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ST. GEOROE POST OFFICE.
The m iil from the north arrives every day except
Tiie m.iil from Pine Valley and the South arrives
-very Tuesday and Saturday and leaves m Mon
day and Friday.
The ollice is open from 7 a in. to 7 p. in. every
d.iy "xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open
' frH.- 4 to 5 p. in.
M.rrv order and Registry department open from
S a. m, u 5 p. in.
JOHN PVM.M Postmaster.
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Apri.l 23 dgo, 1145, 24, CI96, 1144, 25
doS, 1144, 26 CI9S, 1151, 27 CI90, 1140,2s
(J87, 115 r, 29 d8o 1144.
Apr. Date. Day. Nihgt
iliercury .was: 30, 69, 41.
May 1, 59, 39.
2, 64, 41.
3, 60, 34.
4, 65, 32,
5, 78, 39.
6, 86, 43.
Thursday, May 12, 1898.
fiR. M. Rogers, Photographer
and Enlager, is now located at
Booth's Q allcry, this city.
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Mrs. Ada Scott of Salt Lake City,
was in town this week-, visiting rela
Wm. Gray has opened a new bar
ber shop at his residence, S. W.
corner of Maple and Soutli sts., this
If you want first class lime call on
.' " Edward Christian, this city.
Hurrah 'for Dixie! No more bare
feet, as we see men's and women's
home made shoes billed at from
$1.25 to $2.25 per pair, at Joseph
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Miss Edith Ivins has returned
home from Kanab, where she has
heen teaching school the past winter.
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Judge E. V. Higgins arrived in
.our city on Monday evening, and
he opens District Court today.
Dora,. the little daughter of Mr.
v and Mrs. Thomas Gardner of this
city, who has been seriously ill, is
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The following are the names of
the St. George volunteers:
Harry Kemp, Wm. G. Miles Jr.,
Granville Fullerton, Otto Clark and
K. M. Rogers, whose residence is
Say, why don't you have that
aching tooth pulled? J. M. Gates,
will attend to -it for you.
We s.re sorry to learn that Brother
George Woodward is ill.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Joseph T.
Vtkin arrived home from Salt Lake
City last Thursday, May 5th, where
he has been on business connected
The last week has been cold and
several fine showers of rain have fal
len, doing much good. The high
mountains around were covered with
show, clear to the foothills.
George McAllister, who has been
quite dangerously ill for some time
is reported as being in a very bad
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Mary Ann Woodward has been
sick for the Last two weeks, and,
although improving slowly is still
confined to her bed, but hopes are
entertained for her speedy recovery.
Farmers commenced cutting lu
cern in Washington field this week.
Crops are extra heavy and farmers
feel jubilant. Grain looks well and
prospects are fair for an excellent
Thomas Judd has returned from
the White River country and we
understand he speaks very favorable
of it. There is an excellent oppor
tunity for young men who have no
homes,. to locate there.
It is said that our St. George
volunteers are a little disappointed
at not being told to 'forward march'
to defend our country's cause. Nev
er mind, gentlemon, if you are not
needed we still owe you a debt of
gratitude and will take the will for
the- deed. There are still many
opportunities to do good in this our
Thomas Gray, of this city, cut his
foot 9 years ago, completely sever
ing one toe and so far severed an
other that the bone never united and
from that time to April 30th, 1898,
it has been an annoyance to him.
At the above date he had the toe
ampuFated and is now doing well
and hopes to be able to walk with
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'At a meeting of the taxpayers of
this city, held in the Tabernacle re
cently, it was decided by a vote of
two or three majority to build our
New School House of brick, and
notices are out asking for bids to
furnish the required amount and
quality of brick. We trust that the
brick business will not be as hig a
failure as some of the brick hitherto
made in this vicinity.
We understand that a female
school teacher has arrived in this
city, from the cast, for the purpose
of teaching the children of our Na
tive folks. We wish the lady suc
cess in her labors, but are of the
opinion that it would have been
better to have made the appoint
ment from among our county resi
dents who are acquainted with the
Indians and know .something of
The St. George Tanning and
Manufacturing Company have dem
onstrated the fact that good leather
can be made in Dixie, and now they
have opened up a new shoe shop in
the old Canaan Meat Market build
ing, having several apprentices la
boring under a competent foreman.
They have a fair assortment of
modern machinery in the shop and
more will be added as the demands
require. Wc say success to the
Catherine, wife of Samuel Reber,
of Santa Clara' Utah, died May 4,
1898. She was born at Redestein,
Switzerland March 15, 1855. She
leaves a hnsband, 7 children and a
host of relatives and t friends to
mourn her loss.
We understand that farmers in Pine
Valley are rejoicing over the fall of
snow during the last week, as the
grain would have had to have been
watered had it not came.
James G. Bencher came down this
week and took his family to Grass
valley, a few miles north of Pine
Valley, He reports every thing in
a Prosperous condition in that
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Joseph Millett was in our city
on last Thursday and reports light
frost on the morning of the 5th in
"Washington field, but no damage
done. Crops in that vacinity look
fine and good prospects for an
abundant yield the present season.
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On the 7th and 8th of May the
Sunday Schools of this Stake held
their Conference in the St. George
Tabernacle. Dr. Maeser, of the
Sunday School Board, was present.
A good representation from the va
rious wards in the vicinity of St.
George were present and a good
time generally was had by all.
The stands of the Tabernacle
were beautfully decorated with flow
ers in pots and vases. The fra
grance was delicious, indeed. The
artificial flowers were also abund
antly displayed on the head dresses
of the young ladies as well as on
some of those whose hair is fast
turning gray. Some of the imita
tion flowers were so real in appear
ance that it would take the honey
bee to tell the difference.
John Foremaster and Miss Maggie
Cox, was married here, the fore part
of May, Mr, Foremaster was form- Jl
erly from St. George and Miss Cox, """M
parents are recently from Australia. M
Planting is nearly all done and M
everything bids fair for excellent M
crops this season. H
The people have been afflicted M
with bad colds for some time but H
are now getting better. 'H
In a letter from Mexico, Published 'M
in the Panguitch Progress, we learn f
that there has been comsiderable
sickness there which is supposed to ' M
be caused by the water. The fruit 'H
all looks nice there, and peaches and "B
apples are as large as the end of
your thumb. Alfalfa was 9 inches M
high on April 17. They have nice "
weather there having had no snow .
a.id but littl rain. The grass is knee
'. high. Horses are selling for $75. to
j $100, and stock from $25, to 75.
liA. P.T.L. 'I
The ican Protectivff Tariff League M
national organization advocating M
Protection to Ameucon Labor, and M
Industry " as explained by its constitu- -fl
ton, as follows : M
"Tlfe object of this Lengua nhall be to p.'otot H
Amoncsn labor by a tariff on import, wh.oh shall H
edoqt'iitely secure American industrial products H
tvmat tdo compotition of foraign labor." H
There &re no personal or private fl
j or ofits in connection with the organiza- H
lion and it is sustained by memberships, H
contributions and the distribution of its H
publications. ' H
FIRST: Corrsspondorce is solicited rogrrdtng H
" Membership " and " Official Correspondents." H
SECOND: Wo need and welcome contributions, .H
whether omall-or large, to our cause, H
THIRD: We publish a large lino of documents H
oovoring all phases of the Tanf question. Com- m H
plst set will bo mailed to any address for 50 cents. y -H
FOURTH: Snnd postal card roquest for frea H
samplo py of the " Amo-jan Economist." ,H
Address Wilbur F. Wakoman. Genaral Secretary, H
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St, George, Utah. H
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