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K f, (0wge Union.
B Notice is. hereby given that the'
k1 County Commissioners of Washing-
Kl ton County, at a session held on the
H'r 4th clay of April, 1898, Ordered that
Hv , the Santa Clara Creek from the first
ER crossing above Chadburn's Ranch to
Rreyl the head of the stream be reserved
Hf for a period of 3 years, for the pur-
H pose of propagation of Fish, said
J Prohibition to take place on the 14th
Hjj day of June, 1898.
H George E. Burgess,
H County Fish and Game Warden
H '"Pine Valley, Utah.
18.68. . 1898.
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H ing and Paper
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A New Papif.
Pioohe is to have another news
paper. N. P. Dooley and others
will publish it. The material has
been supplied by a party in the
western part of the state and the
paper will bo conducted in tho
political interests of that party or
individual during the approaching
campaign. Tho first issue will
come out next month.QThe mat
erial for tho plant is now enroute.
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Tho market yet shows and ab
sence of demand, although more ,
inquiry for supplies has been not
ed during the post ten days. The
demand this week has been large
ly for high one-fourth bloods and
three-eighths and one-half blood
unwashed ileeeos, which ore want
ed to fill army orders. About
350,000 pounds of these grades
were bought in Boston this week,
the price paid being about 21c.
22c. Some pulled wools of
about three-eighths-blood grade
are also being inquired for. Tho
general market is not materially
changed, although the past two
months' dullness leaves values
rather weaker than otherwise, al
though dealers have sustained
' prices fairly under the the unfavor
able conditions that have existed.
Australin wools yet hold firm.
Tho London auction sale of wool
began May 3, but few buyers from
this side were preseut. Values at
the sale showed about 5 per cent,
decline compared with tho previ
ous closing rates. Bradstreet.
WUMIIMIWHI ! ! I WJ.-W 111 Mill L.M N M
Flour, Bran, Germade, Corn
meal, Cracked wheat, for
Table use, at lowest
The Great food preservative, is per
fectly harmless, and preserves -without
boiling or sealing, fruit, vegeta
bles and wine. Fully tested and
approved. 50 cts. per package a
quantity for 25 gallons.
OUR NATIVE HERBS
Drives from the blood every lurking
germ of disease. It strengthens,
invigorates a'id builds up the entire
system, and is a sure cure for all
common ailments. Packages $1.00,
50 cents or 25 cents.
"Prcservalinc" or "Native, Herbs"
sent to any address, postpaid, on re
ceipt of price, by JOB T. SMITH,
iS-Sai : Harrisburg, Utah .
If you have
CUT, BURNED or BRUISED
Youisvlf, or have any horse, eor,
do, bird or nny nnitmil that is
Trou tided nny vvnr, you will find
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A CUKE THAT CURES.
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Any Size up to 60 inches
high, with tire from Vs to 8
inches wide, and to fit Piny
vlxle. Straight or staggered
spokes. No swelling or
shrinking. Always leady
to use, For particulars ap
ply to J. W- Carpenter, Agt.
St. George, Utah. .
Line Rails ai J
The direct line to Salt Lake City -" H
and all Utah points.
In ofToct May 0, 1308. H
Northbound STAN N8. Southbound. " ' H
-ve 5-43A.M. Frisco Arrive S:o p. M. hIB
Arrive 6:o JMilfoid I Lenve 7:10 f' H
LcaTo 7:20 " f Arric6:4o H
Leave 10:37 " Clear Lake Leave "i.-io H
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Trains between Nephi and l'risco run daily ox- '1
Four trains daily between Salt Lake and Ojjden. ' H
Leayo .ilt Lake 7:00 A. M 6:25 I. M., M
8:10 A.M., Siyl'.M. H
The O eiion Short Line, in connection with the
nmon JV.cific System, is' the thoitest and fastMl 1
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City a ith through trains. H
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UTAH CHURCH AND FARM. H
ThcThird volume of the Utah M
Church and Farm began with , H
October ist, and will hereafter be M
issued on the ist and 15th of every M
month as a separate independent M
journal, by the Church and Farm fl
Company. Its leading features will M
ist Sermons and discourses of the M
First Presidency, Apostles and lead- M
ing Elders of the Church of Jesus H
Christ of latter-day Saints. M
2d. Missionary news from all over H
the world. To returned Elders, and M
all who have sons, brothers or H
friends in the mission field, this H
feature alone will be worth the - H
subscription price. H
3d. An epitome of the best H
thought and experience in matters H
pertaining to Agriculture, adapted H
to local conditions, from the fore- H
most agricultural writers and ex- H
pcrimenters of the day. As a hand- H
book of the farm, in suggesting and H
illustrating better methods in all H
lines of farm practice, the C. and F H
will make the welfare and advance- fl
ment of the' farmer its chief object. H
Its former well-earned popularity
will be enhanced by every legitimate H
means, and the very best in rcligi-
ous and agricultural news and H
thought will be given its readers.
Issued with a sincere desire to
spread abroad religious light and H
useful knowledge, the publishers
confidently bespeak for the Church .
and Farm the patronage and sup-
port of the people. We believe it to
be worthy of that support now, and
trust by sincere effort to make each fl
(succcec.mg issue more attractive jH
Vinci useful than the last. Price 50c H
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