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fl 10 THE SATZT IKR TRXBUNS2 FRIDAY JULY 8, 1004.
I f HAPPENINGS OF A PAY IN UTAH. 1
bUES FOR $3500 FOR
fl DAMAGES TO CHARACTER
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. July 7. John C. Craven has
filed suit agninst Imrc G. Shepherd ask
H ing judgment for Ul'M, Some Umo ago
Ilr. Shepherd secured th assistance of
the Sheriff's office and a March -was made
f for a number of sheep which liad been
Ltolen. The plaintiff In this caao wa su
H ji ctcd of having the hoei in hln tkwms-
H elon, and the officers made a diligent
H rc.irch among Craven's sheep, but thoac
H missing from Shepherd's flock woro not
H found. Mr. Craven now nllegea that he
liaa sustained $3500 damages in property
H and character.
H Tho following Jurors were drawn this
H mjrning, returnable immediately: Hyrum
Johnson. J. V. Howe,.W. K. Farrcr, Wll
1 liam Hopper, David J. Vincent. K. II.
Holt. Joseph B. Chlcver. Thomas H.
Jones, James A. Bean, William Park, all
1 cf Provo.
H County Recorder Pyno went to Salt
H L,nlce this afternoon on business.
H Born, to Air. and Mrs. Albert Jafferlos,
B Born, to Mr. and Mra. Reno Strong, a
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Tho case of N. J. Jameson, alias James i
Chambers, Is on trial before the following
1 Jurors: Moroni Miner, Thomas II. Jones,
B. II. Holt, O. W. Hyde, Joseph Chlever,
H D J Vincunt, Orson Daniels and AW K.
H The Rev. C. Lewis, a graduate of tho
Hl "Wesleynn university of Ohio, has been
H appointed pastor of the M. E. church of
1 this city. The Rev. V. Murphy resigned
H about two months ago.
H Prof. Walter M. Wolf, who has been on
H n mission to England for the past two
H years, returned homo yesterday. He will
nssumo his duties in the B. Y. U. during
H the coming year.
H Deputy Treasurer S. L. Nelson was sc-
1 rlouely injured by falling from a ladder
B while gathering cherries, and It will likely
H be somo time before he will be at tho
H desk again.
The following marriage licenses were Is
H ppucd today r Arthur Allen Gunnell, ago 30,
and Myrtle Murdock, age 27. of Spring
- illc ; Raymond Jones, ago 25, of Provo,
nnd Mary Killlau of Salem.
Visitors nt tho Upper Palls Resort.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO CANYON. July 7.-C. O. Whlt
j tcmorc was here on July -I.
William Ilunsborger, Mrs. IT. E. Jcrle.
j Miss Mabel Jerle, Mrs. T. AV. Armstrong.
H Miss Ruby Armstrong, spent Monday nt
Mrs. William II. Childs chaperoned tho
1 following merry party at the resort on
j July 2, 3, p.d They were: Misses Susan
Sawyer. G. Sawyer. AUa Rawllngs, Rao
Birteh. Olive Harteh, M. Sapplngton, Eva
1 Mnsou, P. Patterson, Helen Lotchneld,
1 Messrs. I' Letchlleld Fairchlld Sherman
Will Castleton. Will Riley. Roy Brown,
William II. Childs.
Mrs. N. J. Sheckcll chaperoned a party
H from Salt Lake to tho resort on July 3
1 and 4. They were Misses Kate James,
B Ha7.cl Pratt, Mamie Comstock, Edith
"hapman. Nornh Sheckcll, Owlngs Slieck
ell. Messrs. Clare" Rivers. Byram Spencer,
Fnnk King, Harry Tempest, Wilbur
The following were registered over
Sunday and Monday: W. C. Coulson and
family. William Klngart and family, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. S. Allen, J. O. Osborne and
wife. Mr. J. C. Howard, Mrs. L. J. How
nrd. Miss G. Musser, J. E. Brown, James
J nngton and wife. L. C. Bower, G. K.
Smith and family. C. T. Calllson and wife,
Will Beveridge. Bert iMoulfon. J. How
nrth, C. Young and wife, "VlllIam Dun
can. Ralph Evans. G. E. Saunders and
wife. J. R. Swan, Joseph Hadley, Mrs. J.
J Corum, Ruth Comm. Frank Newton
and family, Salt Lake.
Dr. L. J. Dull and family, Joseph
Focht, D. J. NcA-111. P. J. Culcullon, W.
I Hnrlow. Mr. and Mra. Royal C.
Barnes spent part of last week rustlcat-
Tj. L. Nunn. Tcllurlde. Colo., entertnlncd
j a party at special trout dinner on Thurs-
Mrs. J. L. Bowm.m and family Mrs. C
Young nnd daughter. Mrs. Lowe and
Ij I. KUCHLER & SONS, jj
0 Wholesale Cigars. R
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I nnnrs. I
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1 NATfRAL LITHIA AVATER H
1 "Mak. s c vcrytl.lng g-x.J.-'
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) S42o Washington Ave. ?
) LEEDOM Sz PATTISON. Props.
daughters, Dr. Hardy and family, Mr.
Van Dyke and family, Dave Harnett and
family are among tho campers for tho
Fishing Is excellent, and tho resort was
crowded from Saturday until Tuesday.
Fireworks and camp llre-s were enjoyed
by many till the 0 o'clock special left. No
accidents were reported.
Notes From American Fork.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. July 7. Tho Ameri
can Fork Co-op has engaged Miss May
Robinson ns dry goods clerk.
Joseph II. Storrs. bishop of tho Second
ward, hao planned for next week a vaca
tion trip to the railroad camp of ox-Sheriff
Storrs at Crevasse. Colo.
Mrs. Beatrice Coghlln. formerly of this
place and later of Mercur, has returned
here to make her home. Her husband Is
Interested In Amerlcnn Fork mining prop
erty. Mrs. E. J. Nash of Alpine left hero last
evening to attend her slater's funeral lni
Salt Lake City.
Tho merchants of this plnce havo agreed
to close every Thursday at 12 o'clock noon
during tho months of June, July and Au
gust. The Chlpmnn Mercantile company hns
begun work on a largo warehouse near Us
lumber yards and on it private railroad
Washburn Chlpmnn, cashier of the
American Fork bank, who purchased the
Friday home, has had the building re
modeled and fitted with all modern con
veniences. In all the place cost Mr. Chlp
Bom To tho wl.'o of William Storrs, a
Tomorrow will be a great day for all tho
old people of the Alpine stake. They will
assemblo at the grove at Pleasant grove.
C. R. Savage and others of Salt Lake are
expected to bo present.
Tho company of tho National Guard,
which was ordered to bo organized here,
has not aa yet met with any decided suc
cess, only about half tho required number
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I ENDS HIS LIFE BY FATAL
DOSE OF CARBOLIC ACID
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. ZvXy 7. Fnink A. Jenne, son
of W. II. Jenr.e. committil suicldo this
morning by taking carbolic acid. Ho loft
no word that would cast any light upon
the cause of tho act.
Youiib Jenno left .his home about 10
o'clock this morning or. his bicycle. A
short time lntr a son of Mrs. Charles
Hcndorshott, who resides near tho Beck
tr brewery, rushed Into the ltous and in
formed his mother that the body of a
dead man was lying on the bank of the
rli-r near the brewery. The police were
cilled and drove down to the scans In
the patrol wagon.
Th- body was found lylnx near the vg
, trr edge Just northeast of tho brewery,
nnd beside It was found a one-ounce bot
tle labeled carbolic acid.
Jenne leaves a widow and two children,
.i j n, n s father and mother were r.otl
"frA.of,th? BUlcldo. th fainted,
mw T -ii Vs "irn4 over to Under
taker Larkln for burial,
James Vclahus. the Ore?k who was ar-
SUPPOSED DEAD MAN
PROVES TO BE ALIVE
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, July 7. Supposed by tho
Rlchlleld remnant of his family to havo
been dead for tho past ten years, Alonzo
Pier has suddenly turned up living. With
out any warning, he came down to his old
home from Oregon, and unrecognized by
any of his relatives or friends, announced
himself as the man whom they all be
lieved to have left thlH vale of tears. Tho
resurrection, a shock at llrst, has devel
oped Into a happy reunion.
Alonzo Pier came to Utah from Michi
gan some thlrty-flvc years ago and settled,
on a piece of land In Sevier county six
miles northeast of Richfield. With him ho
brought his wife, also from Michigan.
Her maiden name was Ellzn. Blood. She
had married a man named Bates, and
Pier was her second husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Pier worked for LeFevro
Cuddcback on a big stock ranch near
WnllsvIIle, Sevier cour.ty. Cuddcback was
a wealthy bachelor. Pier and his pretty
wife failed to agree, and the husband left
her to Cuddcback, going to New Mexico.
This was twenty-eight years ago.
Dispensing with the formality of a di
vorce Cuddcback wedded Mrs. PICr. and
Mr. Pier returned to Sevier county about
twenty-llvo years ago nnd married Sarah
Jane Green, also Ignoring tho divorce con
ventionality. Pier and his second wlfo
have threo children living. The one boy,
Almon Pier, from tho first marriage, was
left with Mrs. Pier when she exchanged
Pier for Cuddeback. and has boon reared
by Mr. and Mrs. Cuddeback.
Twenty years ago Pier and his family
moved to a ranch near Idaho Falls In
Idaho. Four years ago they went to
Nyssu City. Oregon, where they are run
ning a hotel.
In May. 103. Mrs. Cuddeback died In
n Salt Lake hospital. In May. 1001. Mr.
Cuddeback died at the elegant home In
Richfield to which they had moved from
the Wallsvllle ranch. For years they had
been convinced of Mr. Pier's death. Al
mon, Pier's son. Is the only near rela
tive left except Mrs. James Jakcman. a
daughter of Pier by a still previous mar
riage. Mr. Pier Is now the guest of his
son In this city, and after a brief visit
will return to his hotel and his other
family In Oregon.
rested a few days ago on the charge of
threatening tho life of Miss Isabello Hoge
of West Weber, was arraigned before
Judge Howell today and placed under
JUCO bonds to appear for preliminary hear
ing July 12.
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J. F. Klrkpatrlck of tho Topeka Capi
tol, with his wife and son. arc guests of
E. C. Woodcock on Twenty-fifth street.
J. W. Abbott of tho Government good
roads service wa3 in tho city todny and
was taken through Ogden ennvon by
County Commissioner Wilson. Mr. Ab
bott pronounces the Ogden canyon road
as tho llnest mountain road In the United
Frank Klrwan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win Klrwan. was killed at Evanston.
yo., early this morning. Tho young
man was a brnkeman on the Union Pa
cific. He has been working tor the com
pany about a year, and about a month
ago was placed on a work train. This
morning as his train was pulling out of
Evanston he fell between the cars and
wna run over and killed. He was a years
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A. F. Beal and Mike Swan, tho two
forgers sentonced to one year In the peni
tentiary, were taken to Salt Lako yester
day by Sheriff Bailey.
Funeral services of Abraham Chad wick
were held this afternoon at the North Og
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A. J. Abbott of the Government Land
department, JI. J. Craven. County Sur
veyor and County.Corilml&slcner W. G.
Wilson left for the canyon this morning
to complete the State survey of the rood.
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Park IT. Cook, trnveling freight agent
of tho Harrlman lines, has returned from
a month's trip over the Oregon Short
Line and Southern Pacinflc. where he ha
b-en looking after the wool shipments.
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Mr. Thomas S. Fltssrerald and daugh
ter, Mrs. George P. McSnbe. left this
morning for a ten days' visit with friends
In Cnrlln, Nev.
Daniel Shupe. who was killed In the ex
plosion at Glenwood park last Monday
evening, was burled this afternoon from
the residence of John Gray. 2127 Adams
avonuo. Blsnap James Wotherspoon con
ducted the servlc8 and Apostle George A.
-in! P' PJKay. Hagbert Anderson
and Bishop Wortherspoon were the speak
ers. a a a
The funeral of Mis Charlotto Clark
"el" from the Warren maatlng-hou
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
j PARK CITY
1 TRIBUNE BUREAU,
w 42 N Main Street. Telephone 75. u
ONLY SEVEN DEATHS AT
PARK CITY DURING JUNE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY. July 7. The City Council
met In regular session last evening. All
of tho members wero present with the ex
ception of Councilman Fargo, who Is con
fined to his home by a severe attack of
Tho City Treasurer's report shows the
receipts for the month to have been J0072.52
and warrants paid to the amount of
I203I.JH. leaving a balance of J3S&0.79 In the
treasury. The report of the Recorder was
substantially the same, except that It
showed outstanding warrants to the
amount of J!3XM0.
Tho sexton reported seven deaths for
the month of June six adults and ono
child, three male and four female. Two
bodies had been shipped away for Inter
ment, and a total of M had been collected
nnd turned over to the city.
In tho City Justice's court there have
been sixty-five cases during the month.
Fines to the hmount of WC5 had been
levied and collected.
The street commissioner reported that
he had collected 18o In cash for poll tax
and $123 in labor, and that he had expend
ed for labor the sum of $132.
Liquor licenses were granted to Pat
Clark. J. II. Elvers, Dan McPolln and
Miller and Cargecg.
A petition was received from tho Mi
ners' union, asking that clthor Norfolk
avenue of Fourteenth street be extended
so as to give a road to the now hospital.
Tho petition was grantedyand referred to
tho Committee on Streets, Alleys and
Bridges with power to act. It was tho
general 6plnlon that It would bo the bet
ter to extend the latter named street.
Petitions to build a sidewalk on Norfolk
avenue, betweccn Eleventh and Thirteenth
street and ono on Park avenue south of
Fourth street, were referred to tho samo
committee. This committee also recom
mended that a sidewalk and crosswalks
be built on tho cast side of Park avenue,
south of Second street
A communication was received from tho
attorneys In the case, stating that the
deed had been executed whereby the city
was to come Into possession of tho lots on
the old Crescent tramway site The war
rant has already been drawn for this, so
that the transaction Is now virtually com-
The City Attorney read a letter that ho
had wUtten to the representatives of the
D. C. McLaughlin estate, giving the rea
sons for tho Mayor's refusal to sign tho
agreement for the transfer of the baseball
park. Further communication in regard
to the matter was ordered, and the Coun
cllmen expressed a willingness to ratify
any agreement that might be entered Into
by tho Mayor and City Attorney.
It was found that there was no ordi
nance whereby the Daly Mining company
could be compelled to plnce a watchman
at the old Marsac mill, but the City Re
corder was Instructed to write to Super
intendent Rood. Informing him that tho
mill was not closed, as he nupposcd It was.
but that children used it as a place In
which to play.
The question of tho unsightly hose houso
on Main street, near Tlmiln's corner, was
brought up, and after some discussion the
fire chief was Instructed to communicate
with F. W. Hayt to sco whether It could
not be placed upon tho corner of his va
cant lot on Park avenue.
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Judge W. I. Snyder was In tho camp to
day en routo to Coalville- to attend the
June term of court. He spent a portion of
the day looking after his Interests at the
A woman giving the name of Stcelo and
claiming to be from Butte, was arrested
by tho officers yesterday, having been
found by them In a state of Intoxication
in the rear of the C. C. saloon. She told
n iMtlful story In the police court this
morning and was released, but a few
hours later she was again arrested for be
ing drunk and disturbing the peace on
upper Main street. She will be arraigned
65 ACRES IRRIGATED
FROM WELL 35 FEET DEEP
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGIIAM CITY, July 7. William and
Josph KnudBon of this city are rejoicing
over the success of a well they sank on
their land west of town. An experiment
was made a few days ago and sufficient
water pumped out to Irrigate about slxty
Hvo acres of land.
The pump Is operated at present by
steam nnd they have been unable to pump
tho well dry. This proves tho experiment
of sinking wells for irrigating purposes a
success. The well Is about thlrt-fivo'fcct
deep and ten feet across, with eight feet
of water in the well. Others arc at work
on similar wells, and the prospect of a
dozen more In operation soon is expected.
The sinking of the well and tho machin
ery cost about $750, and It 13 now valued
at about $3CuO.
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Tuesday afternoon President Charles
Kelly united In marriage Thomns Wheat
ley of Honeyvllle. ago 71, and Mary Con
Icy of this city, ago CI.
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Benjamin Call of Wlllard was visiting
In Brlgham yesterday. He hns Just re
turned from Chicago, whero he was grad
uated with high honors from law school.
D. Rosenbaum, Jr., son of merchant
Rosenbaum. left yesterday to visit tho
fair at St. Louis.
A call has been Issued by City Chnlrman
J. E. Balrd for a Democratic primary to
consider tnc advisability of nnmlng a can
didate for the three-year term of trustee
for Brlgham district No. 4.
R. L. Flshburn. Jr., hns received the
nomination for trustee on th Republican
side. lie Is thoroughly qualified for tho
position. The election will bo held Mon
day next. If the Democrats decide to
put up a candidate a warm contest Is ex
Monday J, F. Sheffield returned from a
two years' mission in England.
A fire caused by a .firecracker totally de
stroyed the brn of Peter Knudson west
of town the fore part of the week. Loss,
$4W. No Insurance.
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At the meeting of the County Commis
sioners Chairman Valentine was Instruct
ed to prepare specifications and order
plans foe the erection of the new county
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Jo Pestoposlc and Frank O'RIley, two
cooks from the Lucln cut-off, had a hear
ing yesterday In Justice A. Funk's court
for assault and battery and were fined $23
each. At the cut-ofT they got Into a scrap
and Pestoposle shot O'RIley In the arm
and the latter cut tho former with a
Two Deaths at Mammoth.
Special to The Tribune.
MAMMOTH. July 7. The lS-months-old
son of Mr. and Mr. Walter Berry died
at this place yesterday from pneumonia.
The remains wtfll be shipped to Sprlngvlllo
In the morning.
James, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jamos Spens, died at this place Tuesday
from pneumonia, aged : months and 2
days. The body was shipped to Mount
Pleasant for burial by Undertaker WaJ-lace.
FIRST INVOICE AT
PORT OF ENTRY
The first lnvoco of. mcrchandlec, other
than mall orders, to be billed through
tho new Salt Lake City port of entry ,
was received yesterday by tho Cars- 1
tensen & Anson company. It was an
Invoice of violins from Saxony. The
Utah Mining Machinery and Supply '
company sent a cable order for goods
needed from some foreign country as
soon as tho new port was established
In the hopo of getting through the first
lmoprtatlon, but there was delay In
making the shipment and the distinc
tion goes to the Carstensen & Anton
Surveyor Grecnewald says that some
of the InrgeBt wholesale liquor hous? 1
of the State are urranglnfr to Import
foreign goods direct Instead of buying
from Importers from New York, Gal
veston and San Francisco as they have
heretofore done. It fact, the business
of the Salt Lake custom-house will
from now on Increase very rapidly, and
It will be an Important factor In the
city's trade. Ofllce rooms for the custom-house
have been leased for a term
of one year by the Government on the
second floor of the Atlas block.
New Agency Physician Sworn in.
Special to Tho Tribune.
ROSSFORK. Ida,. July 7. Dr. Frank II.
Poole of Fort Shaw, Mont., has been ap
pointed agency physician at Fort Hall J
ngency, Ida., nnd tnkes the oath of office
today. Dr. Poolo Is a young 'man of en
ergy and has had excellent training In
tho Eastern hospitals. Tho doctor -will
live at the agency proper and la accom
panied by Mrs. Poole.
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The United States vs. John Doo and
Richard Roo appears as plaintiff In tho
Probate court of Bingham county, Ida.,
and said Probate court binds tho defend
ants over to the United States District
court for selling Intoxicating liquors to
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Quite a stir In mining circles was creat
ed last week by a shipment of a carload
of copper ore to Mackay. Ida., from tho
Moonlight mines adjoining the reserva
tion, and which was thrown open to set
tlement two years ago. There Is no ques
tion that largo quantities of mineral de
posits exist In and around tho reservation.
Tho carload of ore was 3L16 per cent cop
per. a a a
The new school buildings now being
erected nt Rossfork aro progressing rap
Idly. Tne school building proper Is In
closed and roofed In. The other build
ings aro well under way. This plant will
be second to nono of Its kind In the entire
service. MaJ. Caldwell, tho superintend
ent In charge, Is Justly proud of his new
plant and is active In seeing porsonally
that the plans and specifications are car
ried out to the letter, although tho super
intendent of construction, Daniel Ray
mond of Blackfoot, Ida., has his oaglf
eye on the workmen nil the tlmo and will
pass no work that Is not strictly up to tho
contract. James II. Owen, the contractor,
who Is putting up the buildings, has re
cently returned from Minneapolis, but ho
will not say what his business was.
Accident and Fight at Parowan.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAROWAN, July 7. Tho Fourth of
July passed off quietly. Tho sports began
at 9 o'clock Jn the morning, and lasted ono
and a half hours. There wcro foot races,
horso races, jumping nnd a game of basket-ball
between Parowan and Para
gonah. which resulted In a victory for
Parowan by a score of 20 to 4 for Para
gonah. There was ono accident and ono fight.
Tho llttlo son of J. O. Decker was thrown
from a horse and severely cut on the head
and his Jaw nearly broken.
Neither of the fighters was hurt. They
paid $7 each In the city treasury and
called It off.
Harried at Coalville.
Special to Tho Tribune,
COALVILLE. July 7. William Beech
and Miss Matilda Wilde wore married last
evening at the homo of the bride's mother.
Mrs. Mary Wilde. Bishop Frank Croft
performed tho ceremony. Tho near rela
tives and a few Invited friends were pres.
cnt, and after tho ceremony a wedding
supper was served.
The happy couple will leave In about a
week to make their home In Cumberland,
Preparations aro being mndo hero to
entertain an excursion from Park City on
July 25, under the auspices of tho K. of P.
lodge. A celebration will be held, con
sisting of exercises In the morning and
sports at the city park In the afternoon.
Boy Still Unable to Speak.
Special to The Tribune.
SPANISH FORK. July 7. The son of
Gcorgo Thomas, who was found In an un
conscious stato near the race track on
July 4, lxas not regnlncd the power of
speech, and llttlo hope Is entertained for
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jones leave for a
visit to the World's fair tomorrow.
Jessie L. and Donaldson W. Leo loft Inst
night over the Rio Grande Wostern for a
visit with friends In the East. They will
sec tlis World's fair before they return.
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A primary has been called for July S at
S p. m. for nominating two school trustees.
Hire Men for Railroad "Work.
Special to' The Tribune.
SANTAQUIN, July 7.-Ex-Sherlff Storrs
from Provo was here yesterday to get men
to work on his railroad contract In Colo
rado. About ten teams and twenty mrn
will leave here next Saturday. They will
work about sixty miles northeast from
Tho first crop of lucerne here was a big
one, and Is all hauled In. Some think the
eccond crop won't amount to much, be
cause the graashoppcrs are very numerous.
New Hail Carrier for Provo.
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 7. Tho
postmaster at Provo City. Utah, has been
allowed one additional carrier, to begin
service August 1.
Edward Calder has been appointed post
master at Garden City. Rich county. Utah,
vice George E. Pope, resigned.
11 Sale Ten Million Boxes aYear.
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I BE DEC I DEDa
l For the instrument In our show K
;J window, together with scarf and K
p etool. Very easy terms. f
i Come in and talk It over. .s
3 Carstensen & Anson Co.
Tcmplo of Music i
..74 MAIN "STREET..
Formerly Daynea Music Co.
Prlmnry," Ssoonri 10 Blood Poison
Porm&nontly Cured. Ton en bo trontcxl nt homo
under same canranty. Capital WO0.0C0. V7o foUoJt
tho nint oWlaato eases. Wo hnvocurod tho worst
casM in 16 to 35 days. If yon havo tnkon in ere 017,
JodlJo potash an.l itlll havo whoa nnd pains. Mucus
Patches In Mooth Soro Throat. Plxnple-J. CoPfp
Colored Spots. I'leors on any part of tho body. liftlr
or Eyobrows falllne out, wrlto for proofs ot carai
Cook ileEsaediy Co0
aioMsoiio rams. o-uzo. 111. i5o-ft
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'.' Hqvq Celebrated the t
t Glorious Fourth. J
tWe have Juat celebrated our
first year of business with you. 4-
t 'We find that through our friends
jl. and patrons wo have been more
I than successful. For another year
we say to you, WELCOME.
T Step In and wait for your car, T
I as they all start from .
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I BOTH 'PHONES. NO. 140.
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah.
In tho matter of William Everett, bank
rupt. No. CSO In bankruptcy. Potltlon for
To the Honorable John A. Marshall.
Judge of the District court of tho United
States for the District of Utah:
William Everett of Salt Lako City, In
tho county of Salt Lako and State of I'tah.
In said district, respectfully represents
that on tho 13th day of February last
past ho was duly adjudged bankrupt
under tho acts of Congress relating to
bankruptcy; that he hns duly surrendered '
oil his property and rights of property. 1
nnd has fully compiled with aU th re- I
nuirements of said acts and of the orders
of the court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that he may be de
creod by tho court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable ngainst
his estate under paid bankrupt ncCs. ex
cept such debts as are excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this llth day of June. A. D. 1MM.
WILLIAM EVERETT. Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 7th day of July. A. D. 10H.
on rending tho foregoing petition. It Is
Ordered by the court, that a hearing be
had on tho same on tho 2Sth day of
May. A. D. 1501. boforo said court nt Salt
Lako City. In sold district, at ten o'clock
In Hih forenoon, nnd that notice thereof
bo published In Tho Salt Lake Tribune, a
rw8pnper printed In paid district, and
that all known creditors and othfr per
sons Ir. interest mey appear at the said
time and place and show cause. If any
they have, why the prayer of tho said
Petitioner should not be granted.
And It Is further ordered by the court,
that tho clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
ar.d this order, addressed to them nt their
plncs of residence az stated.
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar
shall. Judge of the said District court,
and the soal thereof, nt Salt Lake city.
In said district, on the 7th day of July,
A. D. mi.
Attost: JERROLD R. LETCHER.
(Seal of court.) Clerk.
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