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Hl Ci i .Y Urmqc'iiat. '(Jur (iltji-ct rIihII
B ' tliowlvaiH'CitiPiit of nil Hid v, irlc.it
PVJ I Hcii sis i.r Pmvo Clly mid UlitlT
pil coiiiii,v. ijiiil (ini! ( aur ilnrHMii'S' anil
PJl iiuiiq&gjri prtjiiyJutilo, MfJr mm we
PJh ni'- wl'l. tho pihicjpfus of imm
PJl !' iiHU'iury. Ji wpjiliflH1 limine wen1
PJB v ti ditv that wufoointtimico our jour-
pfll I'lUinth: carp,nnn Utah county without
PH lic'i' luirrfi, us wo rnliy iciillzo tho f.tct
PJb iliiiitfttiiy similar, I'utiiiii'c'H In lh p;ist
PJJI hiUo not in i' t with niccesn, ntiii ,1 slnil
B .4 1 ir full-limy liwju Hloro form. Still
H WO bellVCy lllll .UlOU) c.ilh huionii
PJJ iiiiipln.llultl fur a Jiitiruwl Of Ilia ullnmiv
PJb nr mill wlllivtliu nlili of I ho Dij.mo-
PVJ iiiat, mill bellevo Hi iU wjlli fiioli slip-
PJJ port, of tho puoplo of Provo City ami
PJft' i; I nli timtuly, uh wu jiopo to merit, wo
PflJ lItlll)Klkuil4ll(-CUv i'hq I)i;mocat
H ui( bb parl'in, bill wn 1 1 list will
PJJ newrbtf joiii)''llod lo beennie personal.
PJl Wo cunnj among ihu, people of tlil
PJl iM!iiiiiitiltyuUi Uiu bast jit good fuel-
PJJ .nysiniil a most, unfgnt ilosiru to insist.
PJJ tn thu mlnct'iiii'iH of our mutual in-
llM iciikib' nnu it' In wit!) illcusiuu wo until
B fiat In thu iii.iln wo mi! met with tlm
m a mo feelings. In ordfr to correct n
h r port which no tiiiloitiinil lm been
.--W rriMi(ic$llyioIrcttfliile.il, .mo dsro to
H , ylhat Tin-. Utah County Dijmo-
H" - IIATJ.R Hot II tUllipillgU VUlltllrO, lltlt
H iH ill'slgtiud lO 1)0 il iiTiiKinciit Inslltu-
H Hon. AVo rctipcut fully nbl; Ihu .support
H- of i he, people mid liopu wn shall dc-
H - wrvp ft,
'.
H Tut'. Nopht Ki'pulille litis our llir.nks
Hi for liK-iiuiny rucutit uuulplimuutiiry (f)
M IIoms Ham.s'a, who liiis bi'ou "(IiiIiir"
k tlm ViillowoKiiio, 1st cnlluil lnirrlcdly
p linok by tho Pro.sliluiit. 11ns Uio woo
H v fill aomlltlun of our hrnvo soldiers uiiy-
. ' lldnj,' to do with tlits uiunuinly husu?
'r" Au, of tlii. B'llthLBtoj.clfY. jjiillJcB.
liiivo cniifinfieil UftnJriiontTtfrrof uf
Hj . )icw VciUUiiuiijil wo tko (Ids ncciistnn
H') of loiprcssliiff (iurflinciTci iluinks." 'Wn
H- JiJlH."'1' MhaU dujicrvu tin) plu.tsuut
B- ' ili.nttssiilil of us.
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H J'upii'NT nntl p:os)il'ctt'vc ftlundn nru
H' curiJIiilly Invited to null nl tho ntllco of
Tiik Utah County 1)k.mociat and
HH Hiiliscriliu. ( tun' solicitor overlooks
B yon, do not hu offoudud, but cnino nny-
V way. Wu wiint to scji you.
VL r-5 --'- i - '
g FitKl KttuoKi of tluiTintlc Minor,
B'' la iioiit(f sturtn Dctiioerallc paper In
Hr Prnro. -Uu aiiRbt loiimkon succusspf
V' "is vmituii', as 1'rovo U sadly In ucqd
H if (i nuwspupi'r-at pruKcnt nob liuving
H ono worthy Uiu nanm.l'.irk Uuuurd.
H Titr. ilhpatolms dally ropurt Imriow.
H ' intT'tilloK'ofMloMltU.Uiiii anil frequently
H (:irvulioti mining Uiu tmUllOpi of oiti'
B Om'intry. Hoinotliin U ovidontly rml-
K ji'iilly VrmiK and wo cannot help but
H put Uiu hliumyipon mi lncouipotont
, iuniln!tf;Ulon, It too bad that thu
HVA K'00' of n sucBussful war shutthl ho
1 , llniiuriiliiy thh Jlagi'itnL no)jlcct 6f thu
K -,J ".yTrY i? t 1 eg vLoimRivilutml dufuiulurs.
m Titjt Utah County Dumoouat is
H- thu tltla of a pupof which Is lo bo
, jbiartctl It Trovo Jlilg vcelc, It will ho
m n soinl-wcokly t Ilia start, but .Miniy
m. be Incrcwd to dnlly. Krcd tTulson
H w,ll bo tliopcoprluliirf and' "will v,uUu
H tlio policy of tho Jouroal. OuhU are
H nlroiidy nut ntintiuticltij thoovoutnud
B, tho iimt Ib.Min will niuko Its uppeaViuii'o
H this wool;. Fied was In tho city .yos-
V terd'ty winking nrrnpi;oiiioiils for 'thu
jjhc'rCftK imd mya. ha lmu evurytliliiK
B r(-'ai,v f"' tho Ibsiio. Tup
V i1l!l''11 Wilt bu)iuiid with dolight, by the
Hp pe uilo at I'rovo who have no
m Joed puper of tbtiirdwn, oxueptliiK thu
T JOiiqntioi'. Ami thai h tiibru of u bo-
Ffi I.UHo than iinythlutf 'eUe.-Sali l-iko
H' JIurylil, Tueulay. ''
H' Hv the ffisiun lrtlweeii (bo nniuocntis
M null silver llcpihlk'nti!)v:ffi Iduhn, the
H hiicocbs of thp ufuiiitullh: rorces In that
" " P'titu )a iitsurud. Sueh ti rybiilt of the
H t:oufutciiuu is extrctuiil u.iflsftictory to
H'v tlie sihiT futcfij, ns It JiifiiuvH the ro-
Hk o1pcIoii of Cungicnm-r Wilson, u woll
B ; ii ;uwn imd trim hiiuuturHst. Tn sopii)
H it Is a tnatti-i'.of lvyrut tlitvt Utnli Uein-
R? ' " ja-'10 ,Ult ro,,(nv l,, :orat of thoso
Hra-iifUilS'10' ll,u thu dllTcieiico lit aoiidl
KUJ,Mtwi i tlioHeiiUiiii'titai'iTouBbllvor
HH"1 J ..'igjltiWlc'OislHrni-orPoliiivoJ'jiorspnnl
iB' nPKvatiiliii-ineiit re ud cm. It lninn$'ibl
H ff,Fy, Of owo tliln,; wo may, liowovcr,
, " JSAsUivjIy (isKHtcd, and thatlis tbitt
UBl "", m Kitrejuir.ijlvesvin ConL'rrss,
kr-.,- ;",,,J In JWo Senate nmV tho lowoi
T' " ' jJ0l"", wl1 ,,e POtunc.riita. mid ijoiisc--
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WHAT IS THP REPUBLICAN
PARTY V'
ir
Umlor rcnont jdvolalffio, no snno
Dili can cniitoiid biitthal Ihu Kopnb
Ilcuu pnity is tho party of.Rold, ntul N
Hhsidutoly otfnucl mid conirolluil by
lk.is Hfirina. No nuiUer If isnino of our
tlepublicuii Jnntids .tin ehilni tikbc
fjlonds of nlVco .It onnnot illtnttlio
foot Hint thoir pafly N nnalterablo eiji
postsd w the jH'Oplu'ji tiuuioy, Ily nd
IioHmk to tluil paity tlnu cannot Mil
but 14H0 tild toonr cointuon onyiry' no
nnitliT ulitii tbolr protiistnUiflis may
he. In lust Mondriv's l&lbo the Salt
l.uki- Herald says lunafl:
. "llcpublloans iimy'i-OfiiHu (o permit
Cbairtiuiii Hutitiu tn Interfere In State
ctiinpalKUj'fi'it ihoy must not funjet
that jwcti luiunty oraiilzillori U a part
of.tflB Stato (irutitilKitluii, and that
"flitch Stale orj;iinl.itlnii is it pail of the
N'alhmal orvaiilzillon.
"Themis but din' nepiibHoan parly
tu tho Niitlon, mid but ono In thu Stato
of rt.ih."
Thefthovo proposition is Incoiitrovert
llilu. I've n If ihn Utah Ilepublicaim
should iidnpt a iilntfoilu doularltig for
"Sllvunr, I'lo'ccinii noil lU'cipioclty,"
as ha hcon MiKKOslcil, lb will not alter
tho fct that such an action ciui bo
nothing uioho tlmn n blind, and that
tho putty inii.it lo coinrnlli.ll by tho
Nnllniiiil oriiolr.iticiu, which isITauun.
A pirty reduced o a lie, such aS such
a tlocliimtlon will bo, must luileod Iih
III bad stralKhti. Ueineiiibur that, In
tho lanximt'o Of the Herald, "Thfiu Ii"
Lutouii ltuptiblican pttty In Hie Na
tion, sunt but ono In tlm State of Utah,"'
and both ore n ml tuns' ho thu same.
Tho kM Htmuliird Republican putty in
New Vnik Is tho tmimt id thu hybrid
Jiopiitillcnn pnity in Utah, and thu god
ol both U gold.
IN A BAD FIX.
' Probably tho host campntcn tit uorbil
over iiirnlilied by thu oppoililmf is
that contained In the following letter:
Cloveland, O.. Auur. 0. 180.
non.Oleu Miller, United States Mar
shal, Salt Lake Uity, Utah.
My l)uiirSlr: 1 lilivu beoti Informed
Unit It, has been ."nicest oil that Uiu lie
iniblU'iin nnrly of Utah, at thu next
Stale Uoiivdutloi, endors i in Its plat
form, Uio froo cnlniiKu of el vir. As
ohalimuii Of tho' Nalloo.'il Coiuinltti.'e.
1 prnti'it niMlnftl thu ltpiibllciius of
any Gtito tnklntr sucii netlon. It wnuul
bo clearly In opposition lo thu pilncl
pies of the pirty as deciarud In tho
platform at the National Coo vein Ion
at St. Louis, and I trut you will u?n
y.iiir inlluutico mid efforts lo ihu oud
that tlintdcolaraUoii inuy be sustained.
Truly yours, M. A, IIanna.
Thero Hover whs tho slightest iups
tlon as to Ihu ih'clmiUlou of tho St.
L(njlHjPjntform,;ip, favor of thosliiRlo
gold standard, but thu tihovo lultur Iiiih
.tho, effect of putting that class of Ue
pnbllcatis, sulf-styltd "Silver llepub
lleiuis," In a very bad hole, and ono
fiom which their leaders have been
unable to exlrlcato thorn. Tho fact
that Uio Ball Lako County Republican
Coiuuiltteo still utti'tnpU to imiiuta'n
that tho Republicans can k bito tho
oampaiKU under a burner reading
"Silver, Protoetlon mid Reciprocity,"
dons uol altor thu f u,t that In order to
bo Republic in you must bo for uold
only, nor does It In thu least ducolve
tho people. If any pMsible hopu uvcr
c.fbtlud for R-tpuhlicaii sii'.'ce In Utah
this fall, Unit hopo Is nbsnlutcly dissi
pated by Iho lliuitin letter quoted
above 1'or its effect thorefure wo
niust lujaid It as ono of thu must val
uable nuhllo.doetiiuont ovur ulvon to
thu public. " Wo take pleasure In not
lii(,' tho hirKU number of former Repub
licans, who repudlatu the dictation of
tho grout Republican boss ami aru
dally bcco'inlng Democrats. Republi
can loin, Ilmiimlfin and KobU'tiKistn mo
syiioiiymous terms and you cannot ou
doisu one without endorsing tho others.
GO TO THE PRIMARIES.
Hlsewhero In this Issue will bo found
the call Jor thu Democratic primaries.
Wo want to earnestly jUlf" "pe nil
Deniooiuts tliulr ut tendance. It Is nt
tho primaries where tho voico of tho
people Is hoard, and upon tho netlon of
primaries depends tho pursunnol of our
olllcer. Wo have maiiy limes hoard
objections urgetl by elllzeim agilnst
'iandidales upon their ticket, and yet
upon must occii'miis wu have noticed
that thoso Bnme kickers did not attend
the priumrlos where those caudhlatos
wore nominated or where ih-logatcs
wero oliosun to represent tho party In
eonvoulloii.- Tho primary Is tho ronl
plnco where ofllcers tiro niado, and nil
who desire u good set of public ofllcers
hIiouIi! bO hi attendance.
Don't neglect the primaries. All
Kootl Democrats should go and help
ma b their ynvty ticket tho perfect
ticket it can and bhmfld be.
A DujtociiATio ppor Ims been cs
tabllshoi.l at Provo, undor tho iinuap;e
tiiout of Fred kelson, tlioformot'otlltor
of tlio Minor. Tho paper will bo
nailed Tius.Utah County Dbmoouat,
and will ho issued, for ll'u present at
luast, as u suini-wcnkly. The first
issue will probably coino out to-mor-row.
Tlntb) Miner.
rinlnlna Clmrlly.
, Holcn What iidjou think of Kato
iibw tea RowiiS Mettle U waa madj
rather 'Rtyllab, but didn't yott'tlilnlc th4
'iolfira fatl!ernyoal'.? IIolonYes; but
tbey jnnlcUed jicr Wa "very nicely,
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CLIAS DUbLEVS FORTUNE.
He Onlrrri! Vlro l'rrMrnt llunnlbal
Ifainlln Out of UK Ntore.
Ono of tho largest MtotPa In Presqito
Isle, Minn., bftloilRS to tho heirs of
Rllns Dudley, an ohl-tlmo merchant of
the town, wliojjS'rronperlty was largely
duo to the fae't that ho onco ordered a
vice president of the United States out
of hlg.ritore. Dudley was an old school
Qtialter who camo here front Pennsyl
vania years ago and tarried on a small
itaflt In buying fura from tho French
Canadian squatters. Ho sold a few
standard groceries and kept socks,
rntttons, and cheap clothing. Though
hn could havo nitnlo himself rich In a
short tltno by selling liquor and tobac
co, his conscience would not allow him
to kcop cither. So firm was ho In his
principles that he would allow no ono
to iiso tobacco In hU store. In tho
summer of 1&04 Hannibal Hamlin at
Hangar, who was then vlco president
camo up here to enjoy a week's fishing
In Squnw Pan lake, and called at Dud
ley's store to purchafco the needful sup
plies for his outing. While waiting for
his goods to be put up, Mr. Hainlin
lighted n cigar and walked up and
down tho floor. Dudley, who was In
tho back store, detected tho odor of
tobacco, nnd camo out In n towering
rage. "Mr. Hamlin," said ho, "get out
of my otoro at once. Nobody Is allow
ed to smoke here. If President Lin
coln or Queen Victoria should romo
Into my store smoking I'd drlvo them
out tho snmo way I do you. do now,
nnd never darken my doors ngaln with
tho smell of tobacco about you " Mr.
Hamlin threw away his cigar and apol
ogized. After that ho told the story
to his ncqunlnlnnccs as a good Joke on
himself, and before anybody In Rrcsque
Islo was nwnre of thl.j fact old man
Dudley was famous. Tho prohibition
ists took him up nnd petted him, and
nominated him for congress. Mean
time tho nnglors of Now England, bo-
Ilcvlng thnt Mr. Hamlin knew all the
places where fish would bite, flocked
hero by tho 6tago load, and every one
bf them fitted out at Dttdloy's store.
When Dudley died In 1880 ho was the
best-known man In Aroostook count)
and waa worth nearly $100.000. lis.
Novel VTnj to Vloin Murlilncrjr.
Tho practlco of cleaning machinery
by means of blotting paper has been
established In German workshops. Tho
Clorman workman formorly received on
an average 250 Grams of cotton waste,
ono now spongo cloth nnd ono or two
renovated onea per week; now ho Is
supplied with 130 grams of cotton
wasto nnd eight to ten sheets of blot
ting papor, at n cost of 2,4 cents, In
stead of a3 formerl-y, (Hi cents. Tho
paper Is not only cheaper, but It can
not soil tho machine with fibers nnd
dust, llko spongo cloth nnd woolen ref
use, nnd It Is far prefcrablo to cotton
wasto. Beyond this, It Is not so cora
bustlblo ns other cleaning materials.
YpII, Why NotT
DIggs If this annexation bSsltldsa
keeps on tho United States of Amerlc
will ooon ho a thing of tho past. BJgst'
Why, how do you mako that out?
Dlggs Wo'll havo to call ourselves th
United States of tho Earth.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Mrs. Flora P. Wrench, Mrs. .Olivia
Hazard and Miss Emma Engel nro
three members of tho board of nldcr
men of tho town of Lincoln, N. J., and
the fourth and only other member Is a
mau.
Cnpt. Aloxandor Macomb Wethcrlll,
of the Sixth Infantry, roportcd killed at
Santiago, wob born In Philadelphia,
May 23, 184S. He was a grandson ot
Gen. Alexander Macomb ot tho "United
States army.
Tho Archduchess Maria Theresa of
Austria, wife ot tho Archduko Charles
Louis, Is said to bo capablo of great
fcato of strength. Indian clubs, dumb
bells and calisthenics play an Import
nut part In her dally life.
M. Chauvln, "tho barber doputy" of
Paris, who was defeated In tho recent
election, has fitted out a barber shop
In tho Passage Tlvoll, and la rapidly
making It n meeting placo ot politi
cians with socialistic Ideas.
Count Minister, who was for ten
yenrs German ambassador In London,
and Is now German ambassador in
Paris, lias Just celebrated the twenty
(lfth anniversary ot his appointment
to tho rank of German ambassador.
Tho monument of tho Emperor Ru
dolf of Hapsburg, which Is soon to bo
placed in ono of tho principal squares
of Vienna, Is tho first stntuo ot an
Austrian sovereign, previous to Maria
Theresa, to bo erected In tho capital.
Tho oldest living author In her ma
Josty's dominions, Mrs. Catherlno Parr
Traill, Is now living In rathor strait
ened clicumstnnces at her hamo nt
Lakeflold, Ont, In her 97th year, bar
ing ranlnlnlned lltornry activity for
moro than eighty years,
Tho Maryland Socloty of Sons ot tho
American Rovolutlon unveiled a'raonu
ment on July 4 over tho grave of Gon.
William SraaRwood, leader qf tho
Maryland lino through tho war for In
dependence nnd later governor of Ma
ryland, Tho grave Is In Charles coun
ty, "Maryland.
John R. Key, a grandson' of tho fam
ous Francis, Is rapidly making n namo
for himself as aq artist. Ho has boon
painting a series of pictures of world's
fair sccnea as ho studied them In Chi
cago, and thew nro on cxhlbltlou in
tho Illinois building ot the Oinalia ex
position. ,
Gen, Gnrcla, tho Cuban load-, now
at. Santiago, has received word Biqt tils
fnvorlto child, a beautiful girl n! 15, Ih
dying at tho houso ot relatives' J In tha
vlllngo of Liberty, Sullivan counly.Now
York. Tho girl has expressed a desire
to Eto her father, but Of coqrsb It Is
Impossible, ,..'' -i.
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PROFESSIONAL
Provo.
W. II. fling. J. V Uurt6n. S. A. King.
TiNa,iuuTox & Kixa,
Attorneys-at-Law.
First National Hank building, Provo
City, Utah.
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M. M. Warner. D. 1). lloutz.
yyAHXKR & H0UTZ,
Attorneys-at-Lnw,
Rooms IS, 14, 15, Union block, Provo
City, Utah.
IXtl & .100.
Attorneyo-at-Law. ,
Union block, Provo Clly, Utah. ;
J.L. Hnwllns. R. . Thurman.
J. II. Hunt, H. A. WeilBWood.
?AWIihS, THURMAN, HUKU &
" WKDOWOOI),
Attorneys-at-Law.
Itnipor block. Salt I.uku City; First
Niilldnnl Hunk building, Proro, Utah.
QRANT C. 1IAULKY,
' Attorney-at-Law.
i
First Natlonnl Hunk bulldiug, Provo
City. Utah.
JACOB EVANS.
Attorney-at-Law.
Olliec. First Natloual Rank building,
Piovo, Utah.
Payson.
JOS. 1-J. CROOK,
Attorney-at-Law.
Petsson block, Payson. Utah.
Salt Lake.
O. V. l'twcra. D. N. Straup. Jos. Ltpninan,
pOWKRS, STRAUP & LI PPM AN,
Attorneys-at-Law.
K-iglo block, Salt Lakn City, Utah.
Cut and Slash
Somo barbers dn; sonic don't. Wo
do ail llrst-r-bii-s UuisorJjil .work
as iiuiKht by yenri of oxporlcno.
Drop In and gly us n trial.
J. VV. SCOTT, Tonsoritl Artist.
CEO. W. JOfdES.
Ticket Broker
No. 10 West Second South,
Salt l.ako City; and a02
23th St., Ogden, U uh.
"Will aive vou
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Reduced Rates
to all points
EAST, WEST,
NORTH, SOUTH,
UajignKo checked; bertlu secured; new
tickets furnished at reduced rales.
WHITE roil RATES.
SILVER,-
Trie PRINTS!?.
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( JI Ileadqunrters for
( strictly up-to (Into
' Socloty and Com
mercial Printing.
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In the Cellar, Union block.
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" Ppoyo
IVIeaf
ALL XINDS Oj? MEATS.
Cash-Paid for Fat LIvo stock,
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Zi Center St., Provo, Utah,
wmcSEBthTT' " WM
rflPEMG 11
II Jp.uOFJ.u 11
Utah Millinery Dry Goorfs JB
I ...Co'mpiny... IM
Opp. PostolTice; S. S.Jones old stand.
I Hayorcamp & Co., I H
:1 Abstractor! of Title W
g for Utah Ounty. 5&-i'-H
"l Loans, Inftii'ance .tl1 J H
I Real Estae-fpT I H
Olllco opp. Postofllco, rlvo City, Utah. kil
JaSEmi32g51ilHiMIK3eiiiJ IH
E. J. WARD & S0NS,
LUMBER M Mil PLANING MILLS, ill
All kinds of COAL. jH
Telephone 32. Provo, Utah. '
We want yoia 9
to :ome and see our beautiful stock of Furniture, Car- T
pets, Wall-paper, Linoleums, Window Shades, Lace f
Curtains, Pianos, Organs. Guitars, etc.; Crockcy,
Glassware and Jewelry,; Steel Ranges, Stoves and 'jf
Stove Furniture. The largest line of these goods y'iljH
carried by any house in the. West, at prices that will tM M
be sure to please you. l:M M
OUR NEW CARPETS ARE BIAUTIES. 9 M
PRICES WAY DOWN. Sf H
Our entire stollc of wajnpapeT will be sold at a sac- H
rifice to make'rooni for new slock. Come an time; IH
we never sleep. ;VH
TAYLOR RROS. CO. T I
Center of Coutor St., I'JtOVO; Uraiich House. KUIIKKA, UTAH. B
, ,-iW 531 H
Remember the (T 1 W M
MAINE ,.M ill
SO Weil Center St. i S W t H
1 Provo City, Utah. 'f 1 l( H
1 jkA R- D- SUTTON, Prop'r. . f H
I ttfei K Finest lino of Wines, Liquors and H L. 5 iH
1 1&?W (j,Kars ln Cunlral Utah. 3 5 H
M W&tpB x Courieotis trunment for all, m '" (. jH
3 M
Ll Book-Binding, j M
IjgMBBiL, ,, Ji j Improved machinery. Skilled i ; ' 1 &M
wfjESiWMPiiaiJSffg ' IJ; workmen employed, None but WM
tSSSJfefgfNltpgB Br first-class work turned out of our i ijH
J B!51-gE8l'C lit establishment. County, City and !i:KH
1 iRriPMMn( il Corporation wotk especially so- $. i B
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PROVO PITY, UTAH. J S
Smoot Lumber Co. W
HEADQUARTERS FOR IH
Doors, Windows, Lath,
Monldijigs, Shingles,
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of Salt L ie City. ' cTmplete btock soutl1.
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