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COltt 1Y DEMOCRATIC PLATifOEil
Adopt ed at the Convention Hold in 1rovo
On 1 ondav October 11894
Th democratic party of Utah
count in convention assembled
hereb proclaims the follow ing princi
ples
1 Ve reafliim our allegiance to the
party principles as ait forth in the
national platform adopted at Chicago
in June 1892 and we are in hearty ac
cord with the territorial platform
adopted at Salt Lake city on Septem
ber 15 1894
We rejoice with the whole people of
the territory that Utah is about to en
ter te union as a free and soverign
I state Local belfgovernmeut is a dem i
I ocrat principle vouchsafed to us
Our ttirty 1 has again demonstrated that
the pbplo may be trusted
WeVxtend to the demoratic con
RresJHud president our heartfelt crat
itudltor the many expressions of good
will i i the pi ople of Utah in the pas
Eagef the liberal enabling act in re
stone to the Mormon church its confis
cate Jroperty In opening the Indian
resertious for settlement in the
wiseppointment of bona fide citizens
of UiU to local offices in the extensive
I grantof land for various public pur
poses in the enfranchisement of
I buucds of our citizens by the provis
iQDSi 1 the enabling act and by the
inortecent amnesty proclamation of
Presfeut Cleveland all of which acts
of fridehip r are in striking contrast
to tbreatmeiit accorded Utah by the
ronll flfl 111 HV
1 1
jLrllly we pomt to the record of our
delege in congress lion J L Raw
lins lose uutiimg zeal great ability
tact t4 diplomacy have secured to us
so m acts benelicial to Utah His
indefpaole labor and unparalleled
succewih surely be apptoved and re
ward by his return to congress with
a vas increased majority
Wetrther commend the action of
the dibcratic congress and ministra
tion ithe measure of tariff reform
effect vrisereby hundreds of million
of dt saved annually to I
peop this country Obstructed as
they fe at every move by determined
oppo in they nevertheless succeeded
in wring from wealth and plutocracy
a port of the means of increasing
their frotttn gains and in rendering
AlcKJiJisiii a lost cause We es
peciafenctorse the income tax pro
viBio the tariff law whi reby those
mostie will be required to bear a
moreit portion of the burdens of
taxatfc
In Jrepaaliuc of the federal elec
tion Nand thus securing freedom of
citizeat the polls
In sing the pension lists and
pensifaws so as to prevent spolia
tion Be public treasury by the un
deser while dealing liberally and
justiyth those who deserve the aid
01 goY ent
It bfoves the people of this county
and u territory to keep the re
jiiiiarty out of power It is a
party token and postmortem proc
isesia po icy prollpted by avarice
and jvidual aggrandizement has
precipBd the Decent panic and
broug1tiis country to the yeige of
in
inWe rnin the recent republican
legiBhlj of Utah for its intense
partisBip and inefficiency for its
attem divert the public moneys
fronwr legitimate use to the pay
men ounties to select private en
tern Had it not been for the wise
If the governor more than SO
ul have been taken from the
pubhbool tuna For its refusal to
apprclte sufficient funds for the In I
sane lum the Agricultural College
and niversityal Utah by which
parsinV those institutions ran only
be cifl ° n as required by law by
loans pn must be met bv the peo
ple itl future For passing unwise
laws afefuslng to DaBS others which
would ir the common good
We cteution to the e5ciency
and hoM whch has marked every
departitfc of our present county gov
ernmeifiVise economy should rule
iii eyeif nch of public service We
believe B competency and fidelity
are qualification for office
We in favor of home industries
We 8Tn favor of the full enfran
chjgenlfof women and pledge our
selves Be our every effort to the end
that ov constitution shall provide
for vn suffrage on an equality
with ii
We i3Jl0n the people to see to it
that tlate of Utah shall be founded
upon trroad principles of the demo
cratic 5Ji which are the principles
of jutiQ J rtu government Care
must ifi lc eu tiat monopolies shall
not giutrol of the public lands
grantejlue state of Utah and that
as far sible these lands be granted
only tt actual settler
We I16 ourselves in favor of the
free JI school system where the
chntlr the rich and the poor alike
may B 3e I freely of the blessings of
public ructlon
We in favor of the free and un
limited rage of silver at a ratio of 16
l
I to 1 WIt d
RelyiiPcm the fidelity intelligence
and paism of the people of Utah
r countv confidently expect by their
votci Jnplete vindication of the
pnnciplrein enumerated
I From Queen Lil
Dear Jam One more boon I
I tn your affection
TIS ntiptirder Dole the Bom re
Nor gown insurrection
Tis n5 crown but me to sava
I wip deep dejection
And sTackage I must have
Of fB Tea for my complexion
Grni8 Answer to Qati U2
jrhe ewfyJiyour cablegram
l t tit 1 sure would faint
For tr1 I often use Parks Tea
> Tis for your complaint
I feait Mrs > G would think
flrrabout our connection
Till r dresser there I saw
E lea for her complexion
Igrnnnfr Ttrnp ntnnaiiy
otice to Tax Payers
Thawing named perso are
authclj 0 receive taxes in the dis
trictsipPP0318 their names up to
Oct 894
jamtwSpringvilIe and Mapleton
John Spanish Fork
JLoreijFKyte Lake Shore
J W fart Benjimin
E jjall Salem
6amipreeQCr f Payson
Eli ogaw u Santaquin
JOhnf neon Gpshen
sopruvder Fairfield
L Btback Cedar Fort
y jfin Lehi
hJ
Hemyl6 Alpine and Highland
Jamc1atkAmerican Fork
r S Lison Pleasant Grove
I LEVI OPENSHAW
I td I CoIl Utah Co
1 t i ice to Bee Keepers
Ge i Mickle of Provo has com
I men king sections for honey and
H will ared to furnish them for
the o season in any quantity of
first cond grade and at prices
that we money to all users of tbis
class < Wa Those interested are
estJec ited to call and examine
the go Bend for sample which
will Bprompt attention
What Do You Take Medicine Fr
I
Because you are SICK and want to
get well of course
Then remember that Hoods Sarsa
parilla Cures
All we ass is that in taking Hoods
Sarsaparilla you vnl lao so with perse
verance equalling or approaching the
tenacity with which your camplaint
has clung to you It takes time and
care to eradicate old and deepseated
maladies particularly when they have
been so long hidden in the system that
they have become chronic Remember
that all permanent and positive cures
are brought about with reasonable
moderation hoods Harsaparilla at
tacks disease vigorously and never
leaves the field until it has conquered
One Way of SaiiiE C Cents
I heard a good story that brings out
Russell Srges laying up for a rainy day
nobby It seems that Russell seldom if I
ever misses the directors dinner spread
every day in the Western Union build I
ing after which he is not averse to an
inexpensive cigar and just hero it is
not amiss to suggest that Russell should
smoke tobies which would furnish his
tobacco solace for the small sum of three
for five which is just in his line i
While at the cigar stand fishing around
his not at all fashionable costume for
tho requisite coin an acquaintance ar
rived and planked down lo cents for an
imported weed The cunning old 1r mip
ulator of the destinies of Wall street
lambs saw an opportunity hero to make
a turn in the cigar line Producing a
dime he laid it beside the acquaint
ances 15 cents and then suggested to
said acquaintance to order two for a
quarter As tho b and tho gentleman
wanted retailed for 15 cents straight 01
two for a quarter the foxy Russell se
cured a 15 cftJiter for 10 cents This is
a lesson in economy so theres no use
saying anything about the other phase
of the deal Pittsburg Dispatch
JBuckJeu s Arnica Salve
THE BEST SALVE in the world for
Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcer sal
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped
Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Piles
or no pay required It h guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded PricQ 25 cents per box
FOR SALE BY mont Drug Po
5
THE STUDY OF LICHENS
A Delightful Rranch of Science With Which
10 llecomo Acquainted
They arc a difficult branch to study
for the descriptions are shrouded in a
mysterious language that needs an un
abridged dictionary to translate it and
a good microscope is necessary if one
wishes to examine their internal struc
ture and spores But they are a delight
ful and easy branch of science to be
come acquainted with by observation
They are to be found all the yeai
round on stones and fence rails and on
trees They are easy to mount and are
so fascinatingly ugly or beautiful tha
they make an interesting collection IL
almost any wild bit of country there
are from 50 to 70 kinds to be found and
even in the most civilipd place at ones
own hearth there are uro to bo seven
or eight species growing on the sticks oi
wood laid for the fire They are so like
and yet unlike that they sharpen the
powers of comparison and observation
until one feels that the keen bladed
knife and pocket lens which are con
stant companions in a lichen ramble
are dull compared with ones own
hrrht ThIOfI
nS
Lichensand by the way they are
pronounced likens not litcheus grov
in three ways which can bo easily dis
tinguished at a glance There are crus
taceous lichens that grow close to a stone
or bark and have no leafy part but are
simply a few warts or dots or a stain
There are foliaceous lichens that lie fiat
They are green or brown or yellow
leathery plants that are something like
leaves and that have brown or red or
pink disks on them and thero are frnti
cose lichens that grow upright like lit
tle shrubby bushes with bright col
ored knobs
Go to any birch tree and there will
be seen within a stained circle some cu
rious little black marks like elfin hiero
glyphs They are the fruit spots of a
common lichen called very appropriate
ly Graphis scripta Almost any tree
one visits will have some irregular cir
cular stains upon it especially if the
bark is quite smooth and in tho center
there will be some brown or black or
white specks It is easy to collect such
crustaceous lichens by slicing off a thin
strip of the bark large enough to show
the outline of the stain and by writing
the name of the tree from which it was
taken on the bark but it is quite a dif
ferent matter when one sits down beside
a bowlderNew York Independent
W P BAnns of 240a Jonea street
Omaha Neb says of Parks Sure
Cure My wife has been constitu
tionally wrecked for years Trind
everything fruitlessly My druggists
persuasion backed bv his guarantee
induced me to buy a bottle of Parks
Sure Oure The results are truly ss n
derlul Parks Sure Cure tor the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific for
the dieeR9 nt Vo
Urn
1 filBMBi Wi Hi P
Provo Mail Service
MAIL TRAINS LEAVE
U Btioing South 920a m
R G VGoing East 926 a in
Jt G WGoing West 1155 m
U PGoin North 43 p m
bait Lake and uahna East 355 p in
Salt Lake and Salina West 415 pm
MAIL TIlAUfS AKllIVE
U P From Salt Lake 920 a m
R G WFrom the West G26 a m
K G WFrom the East 1155 a m
Salt Lake and Salina West 3 55 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East < 4J5 p w
IT P Mail from South 4 32 p m
OFFICE flOURs
The general deliyery stamp and reg
istry windows open at 8 a m and
close at 530 p m
The money order window opens at 9
a m and closes at 4 p m
On Sundays and legal Holidays the
general delivery and stamp windows
are open from 1130 m to 120 p m
Mail pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains
W D ItoBEETS
Postmaster
MRS W J FAHEY of Le Roy flY
says Have tried fifty cough Cures
Parks Cough Syrup is the only one
that helpea me 1 know it is the beet
cough Remedy Sold by Smoot Drug I
Companv
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
BAHUHL CoBNAsr
Spanish Fork Utah
t
PATCHING JEWISH
ANGLING FOR MARINE MONSTERS IN
SAN DIEGO BAY
ths Process Is of the Progressive Kind
Tho 1jirt Toothpicks Play Tho Run With
a Keg Members of the Bass Family That
Veieh Hundreds of Pounds
Dont talk to a man from southern
California about black bass fishing o
ho will make your best bass story a fee
blo pitiful thing Ho will tell you of
black bass that could swallow the big
gest days catch you ever made and
take in your creel for dessert without
as much as gulping Voice a doubt and
the man from San Diego will pull from
his fishing traps something that looks
like a one fluked ships anchor That is
what he fishes with for the strange
monstrous black bass in the bays and
about the islands of the southern Cali
fornia coast They dont call them black
bass down there though the fish com
missioners say they are and the natu
ralists have identified them by fins and
bones and form with the gamy two and
three pounders that make men finirle
even to trout
The men who catch these fish that
sometimes weigh 1000 pounds call them
jowfish a corruption of junefish The
last is a translation of one of their Mex
ican names Probably they were called
juuefish from the fact that they are
plentiful along the shores in the late
spring and early summer No matter
how he got his name the jewfish is a
wonder He looks like a bass fishermans
nightmare when they get him out of
the water Every fin and mark is thero
magnified out of all proportion Hla
scales are 03 big as half dollars hi
mouth is a gaping chasm and the spikes
of his dorsal fin are bigger than tenpen
ny nails
The process of catching a jewfish is a
progressive and interesting one lVie
fishers begin at the beginning With
bent pins or dip nets they look for mm
news or sardelles The quarry secured
it promptly becomes bait and the con
course is treated to smelt fishing Then
comes the smelts turn in the succes
sion He is impaled and the fisherman
with a heavier rod and a larger hocik
goes to the other side of the wharf for
a halibut or a sea bass
When the bait dead or alive is ready
tho stoutest armed man on the wharf
picks up the line He swings the two
or three pounds of bait around his head
like an Indian does the bolas and hurls
it seaward Tho great line as thick as
a lead pencil coils out after the hook
and that is nearly all until the fish I
comes along
Incidentally toothpicks play quite a
part in tho fishing Each fisherman
takes a handful with him when he leaves
the breakfast table They stick one in
a crack at tho top of a pile and loosely
loop the line around it Tho shore part
of the line is coiled on the wharf and
the end is fast to an empty powder keg
or some such thing that will float well
On the toothpick is stuck a bit of white
rag and as half a dozen or a dozen lines
are used at once there is a string of
these little signal flags all along the
dock The fisherman has nothing more
to do for awhilo than to watch the flags
When one goes down it means that
something has taken the bait After
gathering in tho barracouda eads or
the impaled halibut the jewfish starts
away like the locomotive on a fast ex
press Down goes the signal flaj
Everybody around runs for the line
They know they cant hold the fish bui
tho resistance makes it harder for him
and helps them to tiro him out tho ul
timate object The great fish does not
struggle at first but moves steadily sea
ward pulling the lino through the
mens hands Occasionally when the
fish weighs less than 200 pounds they
can tiro him out without paying out all
of tho line but usually it all goes and
presently the struggle is transferred to
tho water Tho empty powder keg
bounces over the water most erratical
ly tho men chase it in a boat and
when they catch it hold on Then tho
real fun of jewfishing begins It is just
sport for a fish of any size to tow a
Whitehall around the bay and its pret
ty rough sailing in his wake As soon
as he realizes that there is a fight on the
jewfish seems to forget that he is a staid
bottom fish All the steam of his black
bass ancestors gets riley and ho plunges
and turns twists and strikes Some
where down in tho cavern of biB gullet
ho has an arrangement of bone liko a 1
Couple of millstones and when he dis
covers ho cannot spit out the hook he
tries to swallow it and grind the line
apart so the slack has to be carefully
attended to There are some tremendous
fish in San Diego bay and though tho
hooks are mado of hand forged tool steel
they have snapped many of them
If everything goes well if the hook
holds and tho fish does not grind the
line if he steers away from submerged
buoy chains and docks tho fight must
end in tho death of the fish Sometimes
ho tows tho boat for three hours before
his strength is gone and he is hauled
to the surface The death struggle is
r2HA ill The fish is dragged to the
HBBP iies there apparently all but
j dead Ther they drive a harpoon into
him and the sting of the steel starts all
his life again Tho harpoon line holds
hirj near the surface and he makes a
great rao for a little while but of
course it cannot last At tho end the
fish is towed back to the dock and there
the floating population of San Diego is
assembled Everybody gets hold of a
opt avd hoists the giant fish upon the
Sock and there the tired monster floun
ders its mouth gaping IIKO a tunnel
and its eyes big as aseballs starting
from their sockets San Francisco Ex
uuillcr
In a patent case in New York recent
ly one of tho lawyers consumed two
days in describing the differences bo
tween two scientific appliances When
he had finished the judge said to him
Now Mr you will please tell
as what is the difference The lawyer
it is said hasut recovered yet
Cure for Headache
s a remedy for all forms of head
ache Elecric Bitters has proved to be
the very best It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habtual
sick headaches yield to its influence
We urge all who are afflicted to procure
a bottle and give this remedy a fair
trial In cases of habitual constipa
tion Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine Try it once Large bottles only
Fifty cents at Smoot Prug Co
THE Geneva Resort is one of the
cosiest prettiest and most complete
pleasure places in all the west it
T > POBATE NOTICE IN THH PROBATE
L Court in rnd for Utah county territory
of Utah In the matter of the estate oC David
Uurk deceased
Order appointing time and place for settlement
rfai crig 8 pJgiIt
mont of linal account and to near petition for
distribution
On reading and Sling tao petition of
latnes 15 Gddio administrator oft
this estate of Davd Ciaric deceased sot
tins forth fiaf he Uaa filed his final l ac
count of his administration upon said estate
in this court that all the debts ot said estate
have been fully paid and that a portion 01
RaW estutfi remains to bo dividgd among the
hlirs ofeald deceasedand praying among othl r
things for an order allowing said final account
and of diStrihution of the eSlduo of said es
tate among tho persons euti led
It is ordered that all persons interested in the
estate of the said DavId lark deceased
be and appear before tho probate cout
01 the count of Utah at the court room df said
courtln the county courthouse on the 10th
day of November Ib94 at lOoclocka m then
and there to show cause why an order allowing
said final account and of distribution should
not be made of the residue of said estate
among the heirs nod devises of the said David
Clark deceased according to law
It is further ordered that the clerk cause
notice to be posted in three public
places in Utah count and a copy of this or
der to be published in TilE DISPATCH
a newspaper printed and circulated in Utah
county four weeks successively prior to sail
10th day of November 1891
WAltUEN N DUSENBERRY
Probate Judge
Dated Oct 10 1894
TEKKITOHY OF UTAH L l I
COUNTY OF UTAH f ss
I V L Halllday clerk of tile probate court
in and for Utah county territory of than
hereby certify that the foregoing Is a fulltru
and correctcopy of the original order t
ing time and place for settlement of dna
account and to near petition lor distribution
01 tho estate of David Clark deceasidand now
on file and of record in my office
Witness my hand and seal ot said probate court
at my alice in Provo city this f 10th
SEAL day of October A D 1KU4
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk ur the urobatocourt Utah countvTJ T
SHERIFFS bALE
Pursuant to an execution to me di
rected by the District court of the FIrst
Judicial district of the territory 01
Utah I shall expose at public sale at
ti e front door of the county court
house in the city of Provo county of
Utan and territory Utah on the 24 h
day of October A D 1894 at the hour
or 12 oclock m all the right title
claim and interest of Eli Openahaw ill
and to the following described real
estate situated lying and being in the
precinct of SumatjuiUj county oi Utah
and territory ol Utah and described as
follows towit
Thesoutu onehalf Of of the north
west onequarter U4 01 section twelve
112 township ten 10 south of range
oue 1 east halt Lake meridian Con
taming eigaty 80 acres more or less
To be sold as the property of E i
Openshaw at the suit or George A
Lowe
Terms of sale cash
Dated this 29th day of September
A D 1894
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
Nye Armstrong attorneys for
plaintiff
Keep in the Middle of the Road
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New York
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
JOHN CARSON I A ROBERTS JK
GHR80N I ROBERTS
Livery Feed
AND
Sale Stables
Transfer makes connections with all
Trains by Hack and Carriage
F Streets between 6th and 7th streets
PROVO CITY UTAH
BLAGKS VHTH NC
J THULIN
Practical Blacksmith
WAGONS BUGGIES RERAiRED
Horse Shoeing
Etc Etc
H H Bergs Shop I street one block
north of Depot
PROVO UTAB
Merchant Tailoring
When You Want
First Class Work
At a Reasonable Price
Call on
PETERSON Merchant Tailor
Half Block North of First National
Bank Prevo
Work and Fit Guaranteed
UiIIaq Blacksmith
DAVID MELDEUM
Blacksmithing
Horse Shoeing
Wagon Repairing
Etc Etc
J St 14 blocksnortn o First National Bank
Piovo Utah
STAR
rJleat Market
In Boshard Saxev Building op
posite Post Office
Choicest Jleats in Their Season
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS
DELIVERY PROMPT
Best of Treatment Guaran
teed
CHEEVER BROS J E OHEEVEK
Proprs Mgrr
c E YOUNG
The PAINTER r
SPECIALTIES
Sign Writing
Carnage Painting
Paper Hanging
Shop one half block north of County
Court house
PO Box 263 Provo
Excelsior Roller Mills
JI If f HOOlfER JlflT
CUSTOM MILLINtr
j 011 ALL KINDS
Free delivery to all parts of
the city
Lowest Possible Bharges JJafle
Oash Paid for Wheat
COAL
mOT S WAFFOH
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Uptown Office in
Provo Com Savings Sank
Yard Telephone 17
All Kinds of
COAL
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THE BEST SOAP MADE
FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES
HADE ONLY BY
KFAIRBANK CO S1 loUIS
Si WSHtRP
LIVERY fEED
AND
Sage I Stabe
I
PirsiGlass flacks and Carriages
SPECiAL HATES TO COMMERCIAL
MEN
Corner land Centrt StreetsZrovo Lay Utah
P O Hov Hnii Tertlioue No 41
Cosmopo 1i ta N
HOTEL
TIn ernew Management
Headquarters for Commercial Men
FIRST GLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
Mrs Thos Roylance
Prop
First N atlonal BanK
OF PROVO
A 0 SMOOT President
W R PIKE VicePresident
D A SWAN Cashier
DIRECTORS
J C GnAHAii GEO Q CANNON
GEO TAYLOR J P R JOHNSON
EF SHELTS
General Banking u siness
Transacted
Exchange drawn on New York Chi
cago San Francisco and al the
Principal Cities of Europe
Safetv deposit boxes for rent at3 per
annum and aoward
Proyo City Market
Corrected Weekly
Wheat per bushel SOc to 70c
Oats per ewt 8100 to 9115
Barley per cwt Soc to 1100
Butter per Ib 20c
Chickeneach 25e
Eggs per doz lOo
xfJh
Alfalfa seed per Ib 8c
Beans per Ib old 4c
Dried peaches perlb oc
Dried applesperlb 5c
Potatoes per bushel SOc to Ole
Onions old perlb 3c
Beef perlb 4 to 5c
Pork por lb 4K to 5c
Mutton per Ib 4 to 5o
Veal porlb 4 to 60
Hay wild per ton J500
Hay alfalfa oar ton MOn
Cabbage per Ib 1c to l4c
RaspberrIes per qt 80 to lUc
Blackberries per qt lOc to 12c
String beans per Ib 3c to 5c
Apricots per bushel H 00 to 8123
Apples per bushel Ito to Sec
Peaches per bushel 75c to 812U
Plums 8100 to 1125
BLUM NURSERY
Provo City Box 39
The on ly holder of a gold medal in
Utah Awarded at the Territorial
Fair 1891
Florist and Landscape Gard
ner All kinds of Fruitsand Orna
ments in season Japanese Chinese
and Australian rare plants
Roses and Evergreens A
Specialty Lawn Grass seed extra
cear
Mail all orders to
Co H Blomsterberg
437 WeSt 3d street
THE DERlV R
AND
Rio GrarUs 6 iRRilfoa
SCENIC USE OF TH WORLD
The only line running two through
ast trains daily to
ASPEN
LEADYILLEi
COLORADO SPti
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective April 29 1894
Train No2 leaves 1rovo 926 a m
Salt Lake 805 a m Arrive at Pueblo
630 a m Colorado Springs 751 a m
Denver 1030 a m
Train No 4leaves Provo 935 p m
Arrive at Pueblo 625 pm Colorado
Springs 800 p m Denver 1030 p m
Connections made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with all lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman sleepers on all trains
Take the D E G and have a com
fortable train and enjoy the finest scen
ery on the continent Shortest line to
Cripple Creek Colorados Great Gold
Camp
Train No 2 leaving Provo at 926 a
m arrives at Cripple Creek next morn
ing 950
A 8 HUGHES Traffic SfansRer Denver Col
B v NTCVINH Oeneral Agent
H M GUSHING TP A58 W 2nd outb St
Halt Lake City Utah
S 4 K ROOPHR G P T A Denver Col
sr
I WS1tRNI
LEAVE P11OVOFOB BAST AND SOUTH
No 3 For Grand Junction and
points East 028 a m
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East 935 pm
NoC For Sprinville Thistle San
potoand Sevier 355pm
No8 For Springville Spanish
Fork t Vayson and Eureka 620 pm
LE Af E PROVO FOR WEST
No1 For Salt LakeOgdonAi Fork
Lehl and the West lloa m
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogden American
FOc tdOC
can Fork and Lehl and the
West 1017 p ra
No 5 For American Fork Lohi and
Salt Lake 415 pm
No7 For American Fork Loll and
Salt Lake S2olKm
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM EAST AND
SOUTH
tfo 1 From Denver Grand Junction
and points East 1155
No 3 From DenverGrand Junction
and points East 1017 p
No 5 FromSpringvilleThlBtle San
petoand Sevier 415piE
No8 From Sprinpvllle Spanish Fk
Paysonand Eureka 825a m
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM WEST
r I No 2 From California Ogden Salt
Lake Lehl and Am Fork 926 a m
No4 From California Ogden and
I Salt Lake 935 pm
No6 From Salt Lake Lehl and
American Fork SWpm
No8 From Sail Lake Lehi and
American Fork 620pm
C Tho onlyline to ogden and Denver without
change Free reclining chair cars on through
trains Through Sleeping cars to Denver
I Kansas city Chicago and San Franofaoo Ele
gant equipment safety speed k comfort
C B tIt Ticket Art ProTO
THE
Cash Market
KeepalConatantly on Hand all
Kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats Home
Cured Hams
Bacon Lard
Philip SpeckartProp
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