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THE EVENING DISPATCH
IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
lOR
V Entered at tno fostofflce Provo Utah for
ransmission through the mails as second
matter
Tho office ol THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocated hal bloc north of the First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed t
TUB DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
V
Mr E S Oowoy is a regular solicitor and
V collector for the Daily and SomiWeekiy
DISPATCHI His contracts and receipts TV ill > Q
V ilulv respected by this officeUtio
V Utio j BAHTOW
V V NOTICE
V No order from this office will be recognize
In settlement unless signed by
JOHN L BARrow
PROVO OIT1 DEC 28 1894
TO JIAKE HARD TIMES
V A good way to make hard times
V harder is for every body to put on lojg
V f ices groan and complain at any and
V all sorts of things Here is about the
V vay to accomplish it with the least
V waste of time or words
Good moinii g Mr Dempsey A
r f beautiful day and the weather seems
r
V perfect
Yes thats M right but d n the
V times One doe not feel like enjoying
the weather ar anything else when
V wheat is down to fortyfive centu and
V silver to sixty Mr Dempsey has a
V chill for the balance of the day and
V shows it to all who come within a wIle
V of him and he spends the balance of
the day in cursing the times This i
V V all wrong and it is i not the way to make
times better
tmes
Another excellent way to improve
the times is just when the pinch is
greatest call in your loans I anyone
V owes you a balance much or little go
to him just when the liquidation will
be hardest to him and insist upon a
settlement Should your debtor make
the statement that to pay it now he will
be compelled t sell his best team and
consequently to cripple his farming
operations for tt e coming year i forced i
now be sure you are on the right track
you are going to get the money and
times are going to be ever so much
better with you but your debtor will
suffer No m3ttertimes are improving
There is too much ot this sort of
remedy used for hard times
A most excellent way to make times
V
harder is to collect all your money in
and suffer it to remain in the bank idle
Dont use it Dont loan it upon any
sort of security Dont help your
honest hardworking neighbor out with I
a loan What matters it to you if he is
sold out by the shentt when you might
have saved him without coat or risk to
yourself 1 Discourage all enterprises
which might set things t moving Say
to every man who contemplates im
provements that the outlook is un pro
pitious and that you would not risk it
were you in his place I dont matt r
V ife has asked you for your advice or
not Do not let the opportunity for
V V hitting the times a dig pass by unim =
tizjimsiiverWill never be
I
i Vemonetized and values based on that
metal money are lost forever and her
is a good place to ejaculate d n
V V Cleveland and the whole goldbug crew
I V This latter expression will find many
echoes to be sure but better remedy
V would be t put in an extra acre of
V V
potatoes for the next seasons crop or
prune up and spray the apple trees It
is perfectly astonisnmg how much good
V the latter remedy will do the haiti
V times If you will run over to Grand
Junction and ask any farmer or ranch
man in Grand Valley about it the
V V V only reply you will be likely
t get will be the mans
V V hearty slap upon that part of his
pants where he is in the habit of carry
ing his pocket book and the equally
hearty tone in his voice when he says
4my friend pruning and spraying Ire
the best remedies for hard times will
very nearly convince you So nearly
indeed that you wH try it for once
The true remedy for hard times is
V quit groaning and go to work quit it
now go to work now Keeping etern
ally at it will drive the wolf from any
door Let the brave true farmers of
Utah Valley try this and we will all
feel the effects in less than a fort
night
o IP some Colorado towns were to pay
ess attention to the quail ty ot the
water they drink and more to the char
acter of the whisky they goozle the
effect would be more immediately
gratifying than if they had mountain
V torrents coursing down each sidewalk
mountain springs on every corner
I V Some of those delicious peaches distilled
into brandy would be
no very sickly
addition t the drink facilities of Grand
Junction They have our permission
as a taxpayer in that burg t try it
Mountain water is certainly a good
thing but it isnt the only good thing
possible t Grand Valley This sug
gestion is fee doesnt cost a cent
MR HUBBARDS idea that judicious
advertising is what has built up LOB
Angeles is probably exactly correct
There is nothing like it When Los
Angeles abandoned her peerless
climate claim and went in for fruit
she just took a bound which landed
her into the lap of prosperity We like
Mr Hubbards conclusion that Utah
has far more and far more varied ad
vantages for the new western settler
than has California California be
longs boot and bootheels soul and
body to the the Southern Pacific rail
way and will never be worth a fico
until she is emancipated Utah has
no railroad master of her fair destiny
ONE cannot help loving and admir
ing the Tribune even with a full knowl
edge of its political wickedness It
does say some sharp and pungent
things but which candor compels us
to Bay are great fallaciea Its article
Thursday morning under the caption
Democratic Soothing Syrup is a
case in point But we may add that
not all the soothing syrup which has
ever been brewed could assuage or
soothe the pains of the Tribune were
the commission to reach the conclusion
Sat there is really and truly a demo
critic majority of honestly elected
delegates t the constitutional conven
tion
ACCORDING to the Tribune the question
ton of statehood for Utah is still an
open one and dependant upon the re
publican majority in the constitutional
convention Not so If the returning
board of Utah determines that the re
publicans have 1 majority in the con
stitutional convention well and good
but i it decides that the democrats
have a majority instead why well and
better but all this does not affect state
hood as we can see The republicans
havens majorityenough the terri
tory to prevent the adoption of any con
stitution
I SOMEHOW THE DISPATCH missed the
little pamphlet spoken of by the Salt
Lake Herald below I would feel com
plimented i a copy of the same were to
e placed on its desk even by accident
The Herald has received a neat little
pamphlet from the pen of S S J o
Provo containing a descriptive sketch
entitled Adown the Provo River
Starting from Haber City the scenery
down Provo canyon and to Utah lake
is graphically and beautifully por
trayed and it widely circulated the
brochure ought to attract hosts of tour
ists to that grand passage through the
mountains
WE trust the Third District court
will get through the injunction case be
fore the 2nd prox We are anxious that
the court should proceed unless indeed
they should strike a lot of boxes which
go the other way
WE say to the Standard that when a
man is collecting a bounty for a rich
corporation from poor widows a
matter of five dollars or so is likely to
be overlooked
DAVE DAY is being roasted on this
side of the line and toasted on the
other I seems that geography cuts a
big figure in matters of this kind
THE legal proceedings yesterday over
tle count of the commission in the
Third District court were interesting
IF China isdefeated she is still form
idable Four hundred millions of peo
ple are a good many to be sure
STATE OF OHIO CITY OT TOLEDO
SS
LUCAS COUNTY
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that
thaiI
he is the senior partner of the firm of I
F J CHENEV Co doing business in I
the City ot Toledo County and State
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
DOLE
LARS for each and every cage of E
CATARRH that cannot be cured by the
use of HALLS oijs J > n 1
i 2
TRANK JI CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subrcribet i
in my presence this 6th dt > y of Decem
ber A D 1886
j I l A W GLEASON
SEAL j
1 f Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system Send
for testimonials free
F J OHENEY CO Toledo 0
CiTSold by druggists 75c
Jackson Day Social
The Ladies Democratic club wil
give a social on the evening of January
8th 1895 iu honor of members of the
Timpanoeos club and others who have
assisted them in their organization
At the regular meetintr December
13th the following committees were
appointed
ON ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs Wilmirth White Mrs John A
Brown Miss May Brown Mrs Emma
Warner and Mrs V L Halliday
ON INVITATION AND REFRESHMENTS
Mrs W D Alexander Mrs 31 L
Pratt Miss Zina Beck Mrs James
Dunn Mrs Elizabeth Kirkwood Mrs
Bello Nelson Mrs O B Young and
Miss May Bell Thurman
ON DECORATION
Miss Gertie Thurman Ethel Pratt
Nora Beck Mrs W R Pike and Ray
Wilkins
ON RECEPTION
Mrs D A Swan Ettie Farrer Mrs
S A King Mrs E A Wedgwood
Miss Rose Yrmnrr Mrs T V RnnHi
Mrs Towle Mrs Lizzie duff I and Mrs
Selby Jones
ON PROGRAM
Mrs Cornelia Clayton Mrs W D
Roberts jr Mrs W B Pike and Mr
E A Wilson
These committees are requested to
meet at the county courthouse Thurs
day December 20 at 7 oclock p m
MAY BROWN Secretary
Foar Bift Successe
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale Dr Kings New Discovery for
consumption Coughs and Colds each
bottle guaranteedElectric Bitterss
the great remedy for Liver Stomach
and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve
the best in the world and Dr Trinre
New Life Pills w 1 chare a perfect pill
All these remedies are guaranteed to
do just what is claimed tor them and
the dealer whose name is attached
herewith will be glad to tell you more
of them Sold at moot Drug Co
Stop Kiglic Tncrel
At the Elite opposite the postoffice if
you are buying candy for the holidays
for you get a chance for every pound
you buy on a set of silverware a fine
bisque doll and a half dozen other use
ful articles besides ten pounds of
candy
Reduced Rates Via Union Pacific j
To all points on Union Pacific system I
within 250 miles of the station from
which ticket ij purchased Selling
dates December 24th 25th 31st and
January 1st Good for return until
January It 1895
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
SAMUEL OOENABr
Spanish Pork Uth
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Men Dont
Further waste precious time and
drugs vacuum treat
money on
mlnts etc They fftltJ will never cure
you You havojfeim probably tried
them and know gfeSm Nature IS AL
WAYS willingfiSgfefe and waiting to
cure you and gG < jP man suffering
rom the following < IJ W is incurable
Seminal Wealtness Emissions JPnr LI
or Total Impotence Brain Exhaustion
losses ForgctSulncss InuIscrcOon
Sleeplessness etc But natures own rem
edy must be Bcientifi allyused It is EIEC
TICICITY and the greatest possible perfection
for its application is attained in the well
Belt This invention
known Dr Sanden Electric
vention has been sold and given complete satis
faction for nearly thirty years and we refer
sufferers to hundreds of cures in every State
Throw drugs to the dogs and join our army
of cures in blessing the greatest boon ever
given weak men This belt also cures
Rheumatism Lame Back
LumbagoDyspepsiaKidney
and Liver Complaints and
general illhealth
A pocket edition of Dr Sandens cele
brated book
Three Classes of Men
will be sent free sealed upon application
Every man should read it It is the only full
and complete guide for selftreatment ever
offered Free to everybody end for It
The Sanden Electric Co
No 926 Sixteenth St Denver Col
Also New York Chicago d London Eng
largest ElectroMedical Concern in the World I
For Sale at a Bargain
V
I have three thousand feet of
trvroincli iron piping for sale
cheap Heres a bal ajn
S S JOXES
BEST results from the new process of
photo finishing have been obtained by
Photographer Anderson Studio op
posite post office t 1
Half Rates for Halidays
For Christmas and New Years holi
days the Rio Grande Western Ry will
make a rate of one single fare for the
round trip between all stations on tho
system that is tickets may be Bold
from or to any point on the line Sell
ing dates December 24 25 31 and
January 1 good for returning until
January 4 For further information
apply to any ticket agent of the E G
W Ry Co
C R ALEY i
ASSIGNEE SALE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned assignee of Hales Brothers
company will on Monday toe 7th
day January 1895 at 12 oclock noon
of said day ell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash at the
place of business of said Hales Broth
ers company in Spanish Fork city
Utah county Utah territory the fol
lowing described property towit
Lot 3 block 43 plat A Spanish
Fork City survey containing frame
building 40x40 feet and 20 feet high
and a rustjjvpatfci nt LrX4 b eeirin de =
mentionsTconsisting of two Joomsanc
an engine house 16x30 feet in demon
tions also a few pieces of lumber and
6000 or 8000 ranninc feet of moulding
MARENUS LARSON
Assignee Hales Brothers Co
SPANISH FORK Utah December
51894
E A Wilson attorney for assignee
MARSHALS SALE
Pursuant to execution to me di
rected by the District court ot the First
Judicial district of the territory of
Utah I shall expose at public sale at
the front door ot the county courthouse
in the city of Provo county ot Utah
and territory of Utah on the 16th day
of January A D 1895 at 12 oclock m
all of the right title claim and inter
est of Geo A Dusenberry and J W
Deal of in and to the following de
scribed real property situate lying and
being in said Utah county Utah teni
tory and particularly described as fol
lows towit
Beginning 463 chains north 89 degrees
52 minuteseast and 1378 chains north
f degrees east and 1C chains south 89
degrees east of the southwest corner of
the northeast 14 of section 30 township
7 south of range 3 east Salt Lake
meridian variation 17 degrees 20
minutes east thence south 89 degrees
east 450 chains thence north f degrees
east 1258 chains thence north 68 de
grees west 484 chains thencE south f
degrees west 1432 chains area 6 acres
Also beginning 570 chains west ol
the northeast corner of the southwest
7 of section township 7 south of
range 3 east Salt Lake meridian thence
west20 chains thence south 55 minutes
west 485 chains thence south 88J de
grees east 20 chains j thence north 55
minutes east 529 chains area 10 14
acres
Also comr encing 10 26 chains north
and 535 chains east of the southwest
corner of the northeast i section 5
township 8 south of range 3 east thence
north 40 minutes east 15 chains thence
east 40 minutes south 10 chains thence
south 40 minutes west 15 chains
thence west 40 minutes north 10 chains
area 15 acrea
Aleo commencing 979 chains south
and 555 chains east of the northwest
corner of the northeast U section 5
township 8 south of range 3 east
thence east 40 minutes south 10 chains
thence south 40 minutes vest5 chains
thence west 40 minutes north chains
thence north 40 minutes east 5 chains
area 5 acres
Also a onefifth undivided interest
in the following described real property
situate lying and being in said Utah
county Utah territory to wit
The south i of the north i of lot 3
block 13 plat A Sprincville survey
otherwise described as commencing 51
feet and 7 inches south of ihe I the
northwest corner of block 13 thence
east 260 feet and 3 inches thence
south 51 feet and 6 inches thence
west 260 feet and 3 inches to the
place of beginningarea 3906K square
rodsAlso
Also commencing at the northeast
corner of lot 3 block 13 plat A i
Springville survey thence south 51
feet and 7 inches thence west 12 feet
thence north 51 feet and seven inches
thence east 12 feet Also all of the
south iof lot 2 block 20 plat H A
Spnngville city survey of building lots
except a ten foot rightofway off the
east end of paid i of lot 2
To be sold us the property of J W
Deal at the suit of the First National
bank Provo a corporation
Terms sale cash
sat M BniGEAir U S Marshal
By W 0 NORRELL Deputy
Dated December 1894
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Photographer Daniels
will reopen the Union Block studfo on
Nov mber 271894 prepared to do first
class work at prices to meet any and
all competition
ROOM 8 UNION BLOCK
Provo Mali service
MAIL TRAINS LEAVE
U 1Going South > > 920a m
R G WGoing East 926 am
S G WGoing West 1155 m
U PGoin North 432 p m
Salt Lake and talma East 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina West 415 pm
MAIL TRAINS ARRIVE
U P From Salt Lake 920 a m
R G WFrom the West G26 a m
R G WFrom the East 1155 a m
Salt Lake and Salina West 355 p m
Salt Lake and Saline East 415 pm
U t P Mail from South 432 p m
oryicE HOURS
The general deliyery stamp and reg
istry windows open at 8 a m and
cloos 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 delivory and stamp windows
are open from 113 m to 1280 p m
Mail pouches close thirty inmutsa
before the arrival of trains
W D RoBeRTS
Postmaster
PKOBATE KOTIOE IN THE PROBATE
i Court in and for Utah County Utah Tor
ritoryIn the matter of the estate of Thomas
lenn deceased
Order appointiUK time anti place for settle
ment of hunt account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and filing the petition of Martha
Tonu administratrix of the estate ot Thomas
fenn deceased setting forth that she mis
filed her final account 01 her administra
tion upon said estate in this court that all
debts except a balance of court fees have
been fully paid and that a portion of
said estate remains to be derided
among the heirs of said deceased and praYIng
among other things for an order allowing
bald final account and of distribution nf the
residue of said estate among the persons en
titled
It is ordered that all persona interested in
the estate of the said Tnomas Fenn deceased
bo and appear before the Probate court of the
County of Utah at the courtroom of said
court in the County courthouse on tho 29th
day of Dec IbSll at 10 aclocfc a m tnen and
there to show cause why an order a lowing
said final account and of distribution should
not bo made of the residue of mid estate
among the heirs and devises of the said Thom
as Fenn deceased accordirg to law
Itisfurtior ordered that the clerk cause
notice to be posted in three public places in
Utah counts and a copy of thisorder be pub
lished in THE DISPATCH a newspaper printed
and circulated in Utah county three weeks
successively priorto said i9th day of Decem
ber Ibtll
WARREN N DOSENBERRY
Probate Judge
Dutd Deo 4 1891
Territory of Utah tss
County of Utah f83
1V L Halliday clerk of the Probate court
inird for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a full
true and correct cop7 of the original order
appointing timo and place for settlement of
final account ind to hearpetition for the dIs
button in the estate of Thomas Fenn de
ceased and now on file and of record in my
oflice
Witness my hand and the seal of said Probate
court at my office m Provo city
SEAL this 4th day of bee A D 1894
V L HALIAPAY
Clerk of tho Probate Court Utah cottnty UT
D D Houtz attorney
E STRAIT NOTICE i nave in my possession
J4 the following described animal impound
cd aa estray or for trespass
One red heifer about 1 year old upper slope
off the right ear upoor half crop off the left
ear Branded on the right ribs
lS
fTh l on the left side covers the whole
fJ rn cniirosideot tho animal
I
If damage and costs on said animal bo not
paid nuthiu ttn days from date of this no
tice it will bo sold to the highest cash bid
der at tho Pleasant Grove estray pound atl
oclock p m on the 31st day of December
1SD4Dated
Dated at Pleasant Urovo City Utah county
Jucvrtnzft of Utah this 21st day of Dec
R WEEKS
PounilfcppTw nt suit city
ESTRA1 NOTICE Have in my possession
L4 tho following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One buy workhorse about 8 or 9 years old 3
white feet aid white strip in face branded
on left thigh
i
Eon
One light red yearling heifer with crop off
each ear and slit in each ear Branded
on loft ribs
One spotted cow about three years old with
slit and hole in loft ear Branded A on right
ribs t
ribsOne
One red yearling heifer with crop off loft
ear Branded S SS n on right hip
I
If damage and costs on said animals be net I
paid within 10 days from date of this no I
tice they will be sold to the highest cash bidder
at the Spanish Fork city pound at 2 oclock p
Hi on the 23th day of December 1894
Dated at Spanish Fork city Utah county
18J4 territory of Jlahthis 18th day of December
REES D JAMES
Poundkeeoor 01 silo City
ITSTUAY NOTlOEI HAVE IN MY POS
A4 session tre following described animal
impounded as estray or for trespass
Ono black bull about 1 year old upper half
crop of right ear no brands visible
U dam ge and coss on said animal be not
paid within ten days irom date of this notice
it will b sold to tho highest cash bidder at the
estray pound at 1 oclock p m on the 29th
day December Ib94 >
Dated Pleasant Grove city Utah county
Territory 1894 of Utah this lath day of December
R WEEKS
Poundkoeper of said city
T FGAL NOTICE IN THE PBOBATE
LEGAL
JU Court of Utah county territory of Utah
in tho matter of tho estate of Charles Phil
lips deceased
Notice of time and place for hearing of pe
tition for admission to probate of will
Pursuant to an order of said court in said
matter notice is hereby given that Saturday
the 2Jth day of December A D 1894 at 10
oclock a ui at the county courthouse in
Provo city Itah county territory ot Utah in
tho courtroom ot said court has been ap
pointee the time and place for the hearing of
a petition of George Phillips praying for
the admission to probate of a certain docu
ment liiereivith presented purporting to be
the last will and testament ot Charles Phil
lips deceased when and where all persons
interested may appear and contest the pro
bate or said will or the granting of letters
testamentary to George Phillips and Julia 1
Wanlass as prayed for in said petition
Dated ProvO City December 18lb94
VL HALLIDAY
Probate Clerk Utah Oounty UT
ESTRAY NOTICE 1 have in my possession
jJ tho following descnned animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One yellrold red heifer crop and under bit
in right ear crop off lolt ear blotched brand
on right hip
One white 3yearold heifer brand on left
shoulder fci 5 3 upper slope in right
ear crop FpsSS25p33 off left ear
If damage and costs on said animals be not
paid within 10 days from tho date of this
notice they will bo sold to the hIghest cash bid
der at Payson city estrav pound at 3 oclock p
m on the 31st day of December 1S91
Dated at Payson city Utan county
territory of Utah this 21st day of December
1891
JAMKS REESE
Poundkeepor of said City
i i ARSElALS SALEPURSUANT TO AN
MARSHALS to directed by the Dis
triccCourtin and for the First Judicial District
county of Utah and territory of Utah I
shall expose atpu JUc sale at the front door
of the county courthouse in tho city of Provo
county of Utah and territory of Utah on the
2ith day orDecemborlS9i at 12 oclock M tho
following described real estate towit
Beginning at the southoRSt corner of block
18 in plat A Payson City survey running
thence north one and 78100 chains thence
weat two and 75100 chains thence one and
rB100 chains thence east two and 75100
chains to place of beginning all in Utah
county Utah tciritory
To be sold as the property of C W Brewer
ton Co at the suit of M D Wells C
Terms of sale cash
Dated December 3 1814
NATM BHIGHAM U 8 Marshal
By W ONOHRELI Deputy Marshal
Jones Sgbroedor attorneys for plaintiff J
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lumbof Yard an Planing Mill
Carry Everything in the BUILDING LINE
TELEPHONE NOl 32 E PROVO CITY UTAH
HKOFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended to f
O OQ First Matlonal Bank Building Prove
ROBERT ANDERSON
KtiomBHatLaw
ROOfS 4 and 5 J1 Ledge Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D 9 HOUTZ
V AttorneyA tLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
D KFF REED
DETIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
A D GASH
Atorneyat Law
Room 7 County Courthouse
eilOVO CITY UTAH
THU MA WEDGWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms 1 and a First National Batik Unfitting
PROVO c UTAH
WARNEE KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 1 Union Block Provo City Utah
D JONES
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Attorney atLaw
Rooms 1 and 2 FIrst National Bank building
with Thurman Wedgwood
Provo City Utah
MM KELLOGG E ECORFMAN
KELLOGG CORFMAN
AttorneysaiLaw
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
H E KNOWXDEN I B IT JOn
KNOWLENLfJONES
GENERAL FIRS AND LIE
lliSU1AflE im n r8 r
X OSosr 12
PROVO O Pt H
h McCURTAIN M D
AI McCURTA
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 0 to 1 a in2 to 4 p I
Residencoone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4E of
fice telepnonelio 28
fl ALLEN M D
S
Residence and office 6th street
One bock east of Tabernacle
PROVO UTAH
B SEA E
V7B
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Provo
OFFICE I COURT HOUSE
R EC WATKINS
IrclilBCt and 8 p rniBndenl
Office in Union lock
PROVO UTAH
A WILSON
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Attorneyatiaw
Rooms 5 and 7 Bank Building
Provo City Utah
D BWE GILLMAN V
DENTIST
Gates monk Provo City Utah
Painless Dentstry
s K KING
ATTORNEYATLAW V I
Rooms 1 2 3 and 4 Swasey Mar I
tins bank building
PROVO CITY UTAH
H AVEEOAMP CO
Abstracters of Titles
Loans and Insurance
I Provo City Utah
SOREN OHEISTENSEN
JUorneu at haw
Mount Pleasant Utah
F H SIMMONS
Physician and Surgeon
Office Excelsior Block <
Rooms 1 2 and 3
Old office of Dr BickfordProve Utah
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ESTRAY NOTICE I nave i mr DOSSCS
LA ama the following described animals im
pounded as trays or for trespass
One black 2yearold heifer branded
onricht shoulder crop otf left ear under n
bit in right ear
One red 4yearold steer branded
orvlcf t hip swallow fork la each ear i
I i
One red and white spotted yearling heifer
spotte
yearlng hoIer
no brands visible crop off rigbt ear two holes
in left ear
One white steer twoyearsold branded
resemblng ou left ribs upper and
undersiope in left ear and undeJ slope
Iniigbtear nodeHOo
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If damage and costs on said
animals be not paid within eight
days from date of this notice they will
notce wi
be sold to the highest cash bidder at the
Spnngvillo city estray pound at 2 oclock
p m on ito 3lst c of December 1S94
Dated at Springville Div Utah County
Territory 1831 of Utah this 24th day of December
R U Bum
POUnd emer of said City j
I
1rAB5HALs SALE PUB PANT TO AN
jTJL order of sale and decree of foreclosure
to me directed by the District Court of
the First Judicial District of tho Territory of
Utah 1 shall eiposoat public sale at the iront
door of thc county courthouse in Provo city
cIy
county of Utah ad territory ot Utah on the
3rd day of January 1895 at 1 oclock a m
al the right title claim and interest of John
Heck Henry Rice Jonathan Uice William
Stix David Eiaeman Benjamin Elaeomn and
Elms Michael part ers under the name of
llice Stix 0 Jonn J Cushing Charles E
Powell J A Cunningham and Henry I Tay
lor of in andto thu following described real
estatesituatu lying and being 11 Utah county
territory of Utah and described as follows
towit
1 ho southwest quarleroftbanorthwcs quar
ter end lots four 4fve and six 8of section
tN entj five 2J township five 5 south of
range onel west also lots numbered two 2
four 41 and five 11 of section twentythroe 23
the lot numbered one land the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of section
twentysix 26 and lot numbered secton
section twentyfive35 all in township five
5 south of range one 1 west Salt Lake mer
odlan comprising in all two hundred and
ninetytwo 40100 29240100 acres more or
lessAnd
And also all the right Utlo and interest of
said party of the first part In and to the lol
lowing parcels of land situate in Utah county
Utah territory to wit eount1
Ine southwest quarter of section twenty
secton
three 23J township five 5 > south of ran oone
rnJoone
1 west comprising one hundred and sixty
1601 acres
To bo sold as the property of John Beck at
the suit of jUfennia Sullivan
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BitiOHAM t S Marshal
By J TisiiiONY Deputy
Dated December 111894
W C HALL attorney for plaintiff
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