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R THB DEMOCRAT
H t jSatuiway aEm:Mnnt 21, 18QS.
Bf " OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
EBB' l putrict JuilKe.tVnrcnN, IJajonbcrov
5H t Clerl:, aeorKOlIacrcnmp
BS jt Court Stenograph, Mont Roberts.
M UTAH COUNTY OFFICERS.
IgjwBE ' i jnincnO. nullock. PI. Grove.
"8B? SoloctmenJomcBtl Vorry. I'nysoif.
EBB !- Amcsor Jed J Meteor, American rork
IH' mT OlorK... Georgo llnvtrcntnp. 1'rovo
flBflL' It fHicriH.iM acorpaA.Htorri.I'rovo
IMP V Uccordor llyrum P. Thomas, ITovo
sBB jR tt'resimror Kiion Jnkoman
KK fte irnc-Miilnif Attorney Samurl A. King, 1'rovo
SEK JFv Surveyor Anilrow Adamgon, Am. Fork
SkW S fitipt;6ohool J. U Urown. l'l. (Irovo
Kgy Quarantine l'lurstclat Dr. Allen, rrovo
wml B pnovo city officers.
B ,f -Mayor Snrauol S Jones
jBBW !"' ;F!rtWnnl....nrlB Jphnnon, Thomas Hocslcy
iSBfc H iHecond ' li. J. V. Ootids rd W. H Ilrorolon
nHI & S " ,.TJ. V. Vincent, A. W.Hardlnp
BBfi TF. Fourth " . Thornnw Mnrtln, JoBn IJ. Ilpoth
S3 W -- Fifth " W. M. MoKomlrlck. J. II. Kcelor
1BBI, W' Hecordor Lnrg L. NoUon
S f MarShTi ::::::: : Nowei Knight '
BBB Treasurer .Mary lloahard
BBBL justlco oftho i'caeo Alonzo A. Noon
(k II city Atlornoy .....,...; TbomnsJohn
SMt, Superintendent Waterworks J, E. Annltalont)
fEMv X Quarantined Physician ,...I)r. Simmons
fjBfr l 'Watermaator and Hoad S jpor W. K, Farrcr
9BBk f City Sexton ...T. 11 Olufl
ABBS' FlroChlof W.J. Taylor
SB , JJEiaHBORHOOD. .
&H F; iRqin,r mcqls 25o at Plclncr's res-
l I" ' iaurnntr
tHI r tot your proscription? fMo& at lno
jB, i Elkhorn Pharmacy.
i ffiHj , Fresh oyBtcr season has opened up fit
JifB , m Flelnor's rcstaurunt.
KpA i " Conference special via Short Lluo
WMt M 's tno host train tn tr.ko.
Hrl PalJ at J.ho Elkhorn Pliarmncv for
'H j purodriius, cigars nnil tobucco.
V Cpngressinait W. II. Kag was vjslt-
f IRK 1 Prpvo Wedncsflay uvcnlug.
J. Y. Dlsscll, a well known resident
pf Sprlnt'vlllo, was In Trovo yostwny
firHpj X Studonts Bliqultl call on Pr. 0, B.
B' i Snyder for Hrst-class dental work, 0-3t
Sfll 'j JackLowls wont down to 32nroka
SB I Vedncaday orculnK for a short busl-
IRH 3 . ncss visit.
hB If,, Wahtko. A n olUco boy. Call on
fllV J .vpr. .0. B. Snyder, ovortlioSmootlJniR
H f " Qno dollar for tlio roum) trip to Tin-
mSBk W t. tic Sunday. Special trains via tlio fo
Vr . Grando yeste'rn.
WKl IS Jos. Yntcs, tho popular travpllns
HR f man, wonttoTlntlc Wo'duesdayon his
HJH L ytual business trip
Kl Extremely low froluht yntcs aro In
Hp- -'' elToct from flic' East via llie U. G. V.
iK :' uut1 September 28.
F' . A II. Scott apent a day In Provo this
. woeknnd returned to hlB. homo in
hm t. Eureka, 'NVcdixcsdny
WKf Pi Sam Jlooro caino i)p from Tin tic
HJK, t Thursday oyojilnu And loft today for n
Pftt Y prospecting ftV oast.
SPB- K." D. D.IIoutzJias received some lino
F l ' spoclmcna of horn jlivor from his
JHw .': proporty atStatelino,
ffidH t . Jsaao "Babo" CuramlnRB, tlio well-
B f rknovn stock man of Hobar, Is doing
9B j juislnpsinProyo today.
HB. Conferopco spoclal via (bo Short
fHT , Llaolstlia first train to reach Salt
jH !' l,nko from Utah county
!l"fl! j Academy btudonta nro trontod well
cSK I ' and Riven n fair reduction lu rates by
Hj f - l)r. N. II. Nolsou, (luntKt.
PHt I'- Judge Dusonborry will oxchauRo
HH I bonches tiextweck with Judgo John-
BH f - ppu of tho S'oycnth district.
jHjB'S Tho Elkhorn Pharmacy 1? 'ocutqd at
B f lOWeat Center street, botweon II and
HB " streets. Call und bcq thorn.
HK X . Mrs. "Vni. Brodlc, of Eiirckn, has
RHp ' r yoturncd to that camp aftor a wcok's
V' : os . y'8lfc wl,l' l,or pnronta In Provo.
JipBf" '-- Mlko Donovan, gcnoral nyont of tho
BBt t tho Wugnor Browing Co., was doing
BBHr i- business in Provo last Thursday.
HBHjt i", Albert Ilagon, a well-kaowu iner-
BBBH chant and mining man of Mammoth,
HBp V s doing' buslnpss In Provo today,
BSjK y Another of thoso popular excursions
HBK s to Tintlc Sundny. Fnro for round trip
HpSK- j ptily 1. Special loitvos Provo 0:25.
HJLf Jtsso Knlfilit wont dqwn tqEuroka
IHk fir lltst Wednesday evening tolookuftpr
jtimM'' - P l"tQvcsts of the Humbug and Unolo
ffiffi J Sam mines.
HBaft.; f Have ypur Inprovomcnt Era and
HjglBi. fo ' other magazines nud books bound by
BBmI, t V, E. Croucl). AVork goods prices right.
HKBv'K ?np. P. 6,, Proyo. '
mfflRA ;' Tho tplepbono ltnomon havo bpen
PKp''"' pngagod this week lu putting lu Ingtru-
IHwi rnents f(r tho Coutrnl Coal pompauy
HmMBI , y.ud the Democratlo headquarters.
mHP..s' ' !'.-
En, t, . , W"i. M- oylancK, Sprlngville, Utah,
BSy "' wants yoiir cUolpo fiults, potatqos,
BpoBi'i, winter applos, Pears, alfalfa seed, otp,
JK&wJg Call ou ar wrlto him if ypu havo any
KW 4 thing for sale,
HrffiaKj' ' Jtev. Chas JlpCoard lms be,on visit-
BBHR I Inj: in town several days this week.
BBjf f Mr, MuCpard has resigned bis Suit
HMa " Laku curco and epopts to shortly
BEfin1' ' eave fr lHe H l( tko a poat-gra'di-
BBMBBBKi.il j ateoours. 'o
BbHk'' VrttfikKvllymQ popular baker, Is
BK&L ln'Uy plsod , for his vxcuUer)t
BBBBBSr cBBml . , ..... .rrg'r . "1 liiifaiTijiifAa
wedding und party c.tkt . Ouini in
ctc. Jbwiik Is no amateur in hjs line,
itjid as a result of U long experience
lie Is reaping n fair trade
Wm. M. Itoyhuico, Sprlngville, Utah,
tho oldest Jrutt, projduco and alfalfa
seed merchant m Un county. Pays
Cash for nil kinds of produce. It will
payyouto call nnd st-o b'1" H 'ou
liave goods for s.ilu.
A beautiful display or fall and winter
millinery dt Mrs. II. W. Davis', Wed
ncsday anil Thursday, September 21
and 22. Cheapest nnd most stylish
milliner In town. Everybody Invited
to see lior lino of pattern hats and bou-
f Kd. Yopng has on oshlbltlon nt his
paint shop a lino mirror mauufne
turcd by hlmsolf for the Scott barber
shop. Tho mirror Is perfect and Is
vpry worthy of mention, bolng wo be
lieve Uio drst work of tho kind douo
Scarlet fevor has again broko out In
Iho family of Georgo S. Taylor. A
younger daughter has now taken down
with tho dreadful contagion. It Is
feared soino negligence has boon In
dulged in and that It mny yet spread to
tho neighbors. Tho pla?o should be
governed by quarantine regulations.
Charles Campboll, latoly committed
to the lnsano asylum, died at that,
place yesterday, of paralysis. It will
bo remombored that Campbell was
found some tlmo ago In an unconscous
condition in Cedar valley. Slnoo his
commlttnl ho has steadily gono down
und Thursday passed away. His wife
was down tp his. funeral,
Tho Republican coupty convention
for Utah county wns called to order at
10:15 this morning by County Chair
man John E. Booth, who dcllvored a
sufllclently lengthy address on tho past
glories (t) of tho Itepubllcan party.
"Vym. M. Bropiloy of American Fork
wns named for temporary chairman
and Graco Brltiihall of Spanish Fork
for temporary secretary, A short nd
dress was nuulo by tho tcnipoinry
chairman, endorsing tho St. hauls
platform. Un motion of Thorno of
Pleasant Grovo, ono member of several
comnilttocs on Pennantent Organiza
tion, Credentials and Resolutions or
dered to bo named by sovorn) delega
tions. At this tlmo tho falluro of tho
reading of tho call was mentioned by
an discerning delegate and tho correc
tion ordered by tbu chair.
Members of Iho several committees
wcro then named by oacli delegation,
Recess moved to 1 p. m. to allow tho
committees tlmo to report.
Tho aftorpoon session was called to
order at 1:2Q. Tho comm.Itteo pn cre
dentials had lost Its secrotary aud wltl)
him tho report,
Ou motion of Thomas John tho
chairman nppolntod Marshal Knight
and Dolcgato Glazier n pommlltoo to
flud tiio missing secretary. Peteis, be?
foro tho convention, Tho marshal
thowed up In ten mlnutos with tho
Committco on credentials roported
ovoryhody prospnt ontitlod to soats.
Committco on permanent organiza
tion recommended for chairman, John
E. Booth and for secretary. Miss Graco
Brlmhall; assistant secretary, James
T. Thorno; chaplain, Georgo Brom
loyj sargcant at arns, y. C, Holda
way, Tho permanent ofllcors wcro ordered
to their places.
Pruyar was dfTorod by tho chaplaiu.
On rocommondattou of tho chair
Mrs. Susan Y. Gates, Mrs. Daisy Aus
tin wero named as vico-clmlnnen.
Tjioroportof tho committee on reso
lutions and platform endorsing admin
istration of President McKlnley, tho
Silt Lakn platform, woman suffrage,
low salaries and no deputies, nud oon
domncd alleged oxtntvagunce,
A minority report wns read, signed
by Sam M. Loltoy, reaffirming tbu
National platform. Mr. LoRoy spoko
In favor of his proposed amondnicnt to
tho otfect that it uindn no dlffercnco
whether Republicans wcro gold bugs
or not. Ho also said thoy didn't want
tho support ot Democrats or Populists
lu this county.
Tho majority report was adopted.
S, S. Jones was nominated for State
senator by acclamation.
B,opio process followed with Apollos
Bonjamlno talker which comploted
Tho convontlou js wrestling with
tto representative ticket as we go to
Tho temporary chairman i)sod his
list for a Kayel, but It answorod tho
purpose ai well as a club.
Soma of tho tho Anwlaan Forkdolo
gatlon objected to tho appointment of
tho city manual to hunt up ono of
Tho delogatps this nfternpon px
erolsed their constitutional prlyllogp of
taking their tlmo. Tho reconvening
o) th,o convention wa3 thero'forp slow,
which accounts for tho limited extent
of our report.
. :7I . . . '
YoutylH savQ)0PK walk or a ride
in an over-crowded street car by going
to conferenco via the Short Line Spe
eln., Sfa ad, "elsewhere In this paper.
mm i not ruiMARv.
DEMOCRATS NOMIAT5 CANDI
DATES FOR PRECINCT OFFICES.
A Stroucr Ticket SS'omtnnled and Per
fect Harmony Shown A Good
For Justice of the Peace:
JACOB A GATES.
Tho Democratic primary of Provo
precinct was held lu tho court house
last Thursday oyonlng In accordance
with thq call of Precinct Chairman T.
E Thurnmn, David Opoushnw was
elected chnlrman and Grant 0. Jlaglcy
scorotary. Tho first business of the
ptlmary was declared the selection of
nominees for precinct dfllcors which
resulted lu tho cholco of tho ticket
An argument followed on tho num
ber of preolncts In i'royo and the or
ganization of tho precinct committco,
which finely resulted In tho doolslon to
form a committee of ten members,
rouBistlug of tho chairmen and vice
chairman of oaeh municipal ward. T,
E. Thurman was made tho chairman
of the committee, nn excellent selection,
Ono of tho most enjoyablo wedding
receptions that has taken plnco In
the Second wnrd for some tlmo oc
cured at tho residence of Mrs. Sarah
A. Scott Thursday evening. It was
111 honor of tho marriage of Fraucelle
Scott to William W. Sorcnson, which
took plecp at tho Salt Lake Temple
tlio Tuesday previous,
Tho affair was attended by iiboul
160 luyted guests who spont tlio even
ing in songs, recitations und speeches,
ami lastly opcu-alr danplng. Ouo of
the most delicious suppets ever de
voured by the human appotitcs wns
delicately served by tho lady of
tho house, the strengthening
powers of which added to the pleasure
ot tho ocensbn, Tho happy pair were
the receploiits of many costly presents,
all of .vhloh worn yory useful, and will
servo to make life a pjoasuro ip tic
culinary and othor departments pf the
The groom Is ono of Provp's, highly
rcspcctablo young nipn, but has boon
rolling nt Eurukji for somo tlmo,
whllo tlio bride Is the true specimen of
womanhood, sho being tho youngest
daughter of tho Into Bishop A. II. aud
Sarah A. Scott. Mr. ami Mrs Sorcn
son will mako their temporary home
Nineteenth Century Club,
Tho Ninotconth Contury club mot
In regular sossion at Miss Kcllogg's
Friday, Septembor 21. Parliamentary
drill was conducted by Miss Mooro. "
Mrs. Soarlo gave a vory lutorcstlng
talk upon tho' "Anil-Jewish Senti
ment." News of tho wook was glvon by Miss
Soarle. Prof. '. M. Wolfot of tho B.
Y Academy, will leoturo boforo tho
club on September 20, at Mrs, Soarlo's.
Club will hold its next regular meet
ing October 7th, at Mrs. Bonham.
Wedk91)AY Mrs. Wm. 11. King,
Mrs. Wm. noffman, M. M. Donovan,
C. P. Ca3tle, Salt Lako; Mrs. A. T.
McCuno, Nophl; W. M. Sohrpedor, Chi
cago; J. W, Batos, Midway; Sam Estn
brook, Denver, J E, Boyd, St. Louis.
TnunsDAY John L. Bcardsloy, Elk
hart, Ind ; Louis Goldsmith, St. Jos
eph, Mp,; Mrs. S. J. Kouyon, Miss
Konyon, H. A'thijr Konyon, William
George, Salt Lako: L. V. Scoylllo, Og
den; Cal Cragan, Spanish Fork; A. D.
nudnall. Donvor; E. Cjorst, Detroit:
W. D. Brown, Now York.
Qlovo Contest Postponed,
The glovo pontcst to tako placo to
night has bpen postponed until uoxt
Saturday uvonlntr, Octobor I. Law-
ronco Farroll, who Is tq moot Bean,
puly arrived from the oast Thursday
evening ami dcslros to havo a short
timq tpr preparation, nnd acclimation
boforo going Into tho ring. Wo aro ad
ylsod that all arrangomotits havu been
mado for tliq pontes.t to tako placo
noxt Saturday ovoning at tho Provo
opera houso. Watch our noxt lss.uo fpr
full particulars. fc
Republican County Convention.
Cheap rates via R. G. W. 1,'or the Re
publican county convention at Provo,
Saptombcr 84, tbo R. G. W, will soil
tickets from all points in Utahi county
to Proyo and return at rato ot ono
slnglo faro for the round trip. Selling
dato Soptonibor 24; limited to jjeptom
her 25. F. Pouts, Agout.
Excursion to Tintlc yla It. p. W.
Sunday, September 5, the R. G. W.
will rn another of thosp popular ex
cursions to Eureka, Mammoth and
Sliver City. Special train will lonvq
Provo at 0:25 a.m. Faro for round trip
only 81. I'oto, Aent.
- - -n .-i..ii ii --rtni
t:il.lM N( I."
Chei p K ttcs via Rio Uranae,Weterit
For the annual conference of L D.
S. nt Salt Lake City, October 5 to 0,
Inclusive, and tho Eisteddfod nt Salt
Lako City, October C, 0 and J. Tlio It.
0. W. will make a rat" of 31.00 from
Provo to Salt Lake City nud return.
Selling dates October 5 to 0, Inclu
sive; limited to Ootobor 15.
Fine now chair cais aud first-class
conches run en nil tral.is. Four fast
trains each way dally.
F. Fouts, Agent.
The Utah County Phjiqciut de
sires to jcquest of nil precinct -chnlrman
in Utah county that so soon as
nominations ror precinct Justi.co of tho
peuco nnd precinct constable nro mudo
In their respective precincts, the Infor
mation will bo forwarded to this oflco
Call at tho Homo Bakery for bread,
cakes, pics, Ice cream, lrults, and con
fectlonery. Cakes for tho family and
for balls, receptions and parties made
to order. Flclncr Bros. Prop'rs.
(I Headquarters for
) ptrlctly up-to-dnto
' ' Society niid Com
In the Cellar, Union block.
Cut and Slash !
Somo barbers do; somo don't. Wo
do all first-class tonsorlnl work
as taught by years of experience.
Drop in and glvo us a trial.
J. W, SCOTT, Tonsorial Artist
Provo Steam laundry,
A Best work and reasonable prices. H
Jm Give us a trial; guarantee satisfaction. jL h
l We do the finest of fine work, and m iB
t make a specialty pf family trade. F H
J, N, GULICK, - FRQFKIQTOR, W
Provo Roller Mills" H
Jcssd Knight & Sons? Pops. H
Will Pay CASH for What, I
Mill opposite Railroad depots. J. T. McEWAN, H
Postoffice Box 192. Telephone No. 31. Manager gyB
WM. M. ROYLANCEJ
SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. H
PIONEER FRUIT MD PRODUCE HEHCKIUil I
OF UTAH COUNTY, H
Pays Cash AGENTS F(K,.., 1
fop csiioice StucletoiMer I
Fruits. Grain. -wwr -g-,, H
0gfr Alfelfa Seed, WagOllS, Etc., fl
W$$ Potatoes, Tn i H
4' Honey, Etc. BlCJCleS,
Carload Lots A SPECIALTY, nnnnflnn,IZr"nnl lmmnn I
NEW FALL GOODS. I
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OUR NEW FALL G-OODS are arriving daily. "While East we B
purchased large quantities of goods at much below their B
i value. We realize that having bought so heavily that we
must sell at very low prices. A small profit and a quick re-, m
turn WILL BE OUR MOTTO. " I
EACH WEEK WE WILL I
Offer 3ome Exfraopdinapy BaFaioI
See list of Bargains for week H
Commencing Monday Sept. 1
' ' ' ' . ., 'HiM
5 ocs 44-Inch Black Brocado OOlfl . ,. . , B
Dress Goods, regular 40 nnd 2, P0 Pair 10-4 Mottled Groy Cot- n( CO pair 10-4 Cotton Blankots, nflPB
4Co goods, go at UU J ton Blankets, sold at $1 aud lull, sold oyorywhero nt 05o umj A19
91.25. go at,..,..,,.,....,.,...UUU 75c. co at lUlH
20 doz Mop!a Elegant Flowing QCfl ' ' ' ' i,huai.., ,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 4- BJ
End Neckties, regular 60, Kal, VM
00 and 05o goods, gp nj, UUU 10 pea Donblo Width Fancy 10 rinz Olilldron's Natural Grey 9
24 doz Men's Four-ln-IIand and f) mA'AK 100 nZlT JTV hoY rH0C0 OrtO 8
Soissffiior.1!1.". :.. m Ai SSo t.T. ,f ;;.?:. M k .. . ?. ;i $h 1
- r : " ' H
DON'T BUY a Cloak of any kind until you see our neyv ...took. Wq
will sell you Fur Collarette Jackets and Capes 25 Per Cent CHEAPER B
than any House in Utah County, " H
0DS ARRIVING DAIUY, I
YOURS FOR B!ZZ, I
R A. BARNEY, m j