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H THE PEMOCRAT.
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Hf S.Vl'OltDAV NOVKMIIEU I1.'. 1809.
hi; official direqtory.
HHr DKtrlct JucIro. Warren N. Uuscnbcrrv
K, "? Cfurtt; "VorKO Havoroamp.
f court St-mograplier, Mont Hoborts,
H UTAH COUNTY OFFICERS.
1 Jamos O. Uullock, PI. Grove-
MK!y Selectmen-; Jumcs li. 1'ccry, I'ayapn.
'; I A. M. UnvJi.Lohi;
! Assfsaor. ....... Jtd J. Mercer. Amcrtcnn Fork
f Clerk .....Ororgu lliwircumii, l'rovo
&- illicrllT ...,...UcoropA. Sinn s, l'rovo
F ltecurilor.ii IJjrrum V. Tholnuh, 1'ruvo
Trmiiurpr Kllcn Jnliiwuin
R rroHcoytlntt Attorney Sjiimnel a. King, l'rovo
f Burvoj'or..., .Andrew AOumaon, Am. l-'ork
' &uut. Schools'. J. I., Ilrown. l'l. drove
(;. yuira)tlno Vhrilclan Dr. Allen, l'rovo
i- PROVO CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor , ....tinroiicl S Jones
H First Wnnl....nrlff Johnson, Thomas Hccxlcy
ILB Second i' II. J. W. Ootldiinl W. H Ilroroton
(' Third " ..11. V. Vlnoclit, A. W. Hurdlnff
H Fourth " .. TliomoK Martin. Jolin U. Ilootli
' Ktlih " Vf. M. McKciidrloli, J. II Kcoler
.. Krcordor iMfi I4. Nelson
' Mtirnhnl Newel Knlxlit
TrciiHurer .Mnry llnxlihril
Justice of ttio i'car.o Alonro A. Noon
,. CUy Attorney 'I'homiiH John
, Superintendent WaturvrorUs J, 13. Armllateud
M Quoruntlno l'hyslolan Or. Hliiiinori
k YviitermitHlurnndltoiul 8-por yj K. t-'urrer
! CltyHcxlon .'!'. II Clurf
Fire Chief A W.J Taylor
H " PEIGIIB01UI00D,
Htr Avoid colds; II x up yotr windows.
Snow & Young will llx your windows
IK A romedy for shattered panes, Snow
Bf ' & Young.
Tho Utah county toachors aro In sos-
'' flbn today,
j TD V Hans, America's flncst nlcklu
! ID. I cigar.
B Congressman Win. II. King wos In
Hl' Provo yesterday.
Judgo Dusnnberry leaves tonight for
K Vernal to hold court.
K Fall lino of pupcts Just arrvc(J at
H Gates Furnlturo Co,tl
H: M. M. Warner left Inst evening for
B Moab on legal business
" Royal T. llulsh, county nssessor-
- plcet, was In l'rovo today.
L . . 19,000,000 IX""1" ,o1"
Hk p A QTT ptld for wheat nt tho Provo
HK llOrJ. Holler Mills, opp. depot.
,K Sole cficnp for cosh Ileiitlng Stoves
B pf all kinds. Gate: Furulturu C.14
Rk CTUrQT"T7 Amerlcnn Author: With
,B. piYlUlV.D gradu JiYunn elgar.-t.
!; "The ltto dauglilor of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Vf" A. O. Smoot Is qulto 111 with measles.
Im A reception was given by tho local
K lodge, Duiighjcrs of llcbeccq, ljist oven-
jK C. E, Loose was up to Salt Lalco
EEl Woilnesdny uyeijlng to got the elcolipn
BH' Tho best lino qf jicdroom fuUca for
B,' tlta least money sold ut the Q tiles Fur-
(, plturu Co.U
H Chas. Andrews, tho well known
Hf . Nepln ijoql man, was Ju Pfovo on bus-
,i pcs yeatorduy.
Hk ii You t(jl).o uo chnppos til) tho glass is
RBfc, set, If you get Snow & Young o px
9k' yaur windows.
Blp' Dr. A. F. Lombard and Clias. P.
K.li Field were up frum Euruka today on
Kk mining business.
Bft Tho "Star Estate" Steol Jtnnge, co
' .niueh talked about, Is sold only by the
He prutos Furutiire Cp.14
K,: Yoi) tqj;p no risk, wo mensuro tho
B opening we fnrnlcli the glig?, tvo do
r' ho (jlilingj Snow .tloung'.
HB J. J. Mercer, nssossor. and Jos,
Hr'' Laplsh, feprt'sentntlve-olecl, were aver
' from Aniorcau Fork yesterday.
H E- !? Urltcldow, , well known Salt
jko attorney, was In Provo for a few
lours Tliunulny on logul business. '
BiS. you want tho best PQSSIDLB qual-
Bm If-y of shoos made from the best
HMfL PQSSIULE rnnterlal by the best
HlK j'QSSIDLR workmen, to gvn tho
Hfljf best POSSIDLE Batlbfaotlon, n
fi,' rh? lowest POSSIBLE price
wi', " ',e atyp !? what you want, then
Kj'"i,, yH ?!'ouh try M.cConrd Ijro,a
JP,i'1 ' Rliocs, ,for thoy 'cpntnln al the
jMjT "sJrojlB Pohits POSSIBLE.
mm McCoarcl Bros.
Kl -'. " m-y. .Vm,.,.J..
HnE '" ' ' lll, !.,! mil 1 i,5i-.f
mm o " pTpLY OKE PRCB.
HJptf '' j-j (H) w roruicrlr oooupUd bjr
MammmElmA-. : . .. '
r-"-H- v r- -i it) - ' i- w
P. p Hanks, tniinnucr of Ihuj'nylor
Bros, brnncli of Hnreka, Is doing litnl
ness In Provo today.
C. II. Valentine, Slalo orginlzor f
the K. of P EndowuiiM.t Huik, 1:111m'
down to l'rovo on bulncMTliuiH'Iny.
P. W. 0, llnttiiMibrui'k n-turpid
Thursilitv from ITJnlnli county wlji'io
ho has been looking niter mlnng In
Mf3 Cornll t Clayton returned home
ypsterdiiy Ironi iho Bouiherii purl r
the S'ntu where she 1ms been for several
A special train from kehl Innk
party from that clt.V to piden to vllt
the new sugar plant I115H Wednesday
John A. Lewis has hi'i'ii laid up most
of thp week by Injurlis reeidvcd In a
runaway up Souuish Fork canyon last
Sam M. Lnltny, formnrl" editor of
tho SprltiRvllli! Indrpeiident. 'eft Wed
nesday for California whoro ho expect1
Wesley Warner, brother of M. M.
Warner, arrived In Provo Thursday
from Colorado and left lust evening
for State Line.
J. M. (Joodwin, tho gonial ruttler for
tho Salt Luke Tribune, vrin In Provo
Weilnotdny, and mndoTim Democuat
u pleasutit call.
Have your Improvement .Era nnd
othur miigazliK'H and books bound by
F. E. Crouch. Work good; prices right.
Opp. p. O., Provo. t
Manager Taylor of the Taylor Bn.s
Furnliiiir company was In Eureka ys
tcrilay on btishics In connection with
the branch there.
Kotlcoof tho killing of n cow on the
Ufo Grande Western tracks between
American Fork nnd Proyo tins been
filed with the county plerk.
A. E. Jaruicflon of the Emery County
Plpnear was doing business In Proyo
yesterday. Brother Jamle.son pold
Tjik Democuat n very pleasant call.
For window glass, see Snow As Young.
A Inrgo dog got into Jas. Bean's
sheep corral last night and Is rcpoited
to have killed ahoifl sixty lumhs. Itls
not known to whom the brute tlclougs.
Wm. M. Koylanc", Sprlngvlllo, Utali,
wants your choice frilu, potatoes,
winter apples, pears, ulfalfu seed, eto.
Call on or wrltu him If vou have any.
thing for salu.f
Mis Annie Mcriioarwn nnd Frank
M. Gardner, both f l'rovo, were mar
ried In this cliy last Tuesday evening
Jiy Elder O. M. Gardner. Many friends
unlio In congratulations nnd best
II'ivo thnt broksn glass replaced.
Wm.M. Boylancii, Sprlngvlllo, Utah,
tho oldest fruit, produce nnd nl fill fa
need merchant in Uinh eoniiiy. Pays
cash for all kind" of produce. It will
pay you to call and ueo him It you
have goods for sulo.f
W. J. Maddon, who Is connected
with the Tcllurhln Power comp uiy.niid
I5 well known In Provo, en mo In V cd
nesday evening from Madison Ulver,
Mont. He left Thursday evening for
Cnllfornlti on mining business.
I paw nt Beck's jowolry store the mil
pr day some of the tluest seventeen
jewpled watches thi)i I havu ever setn
They ura some that Mr Beck has had
made specially for h)s fine trade, nnd
they are beauties. It will pay you to
call and see ttQin.
W. Bishop, of tho Spot Cash Gro
cery, Is never 'out of dale. Anyone
visiting his t-toro will ten quite 11
novelty In the way of a 1-cent counter.
Most anything thought of can be
bought at this counter, xnd generally
the itttlcjo will be found iifoful.
Stop that draughtjseo Snow & Young.
Meetings of citizens Interested In tho
proposed Lall. for the benellt of our
volunteers lp Mnulla wero hold Thars
clay nnd last eveping, Thanksgiving
vn. decided upon as tho duto of the
ball. In a subsequent Igsuo wo will
give commmlltees nud full nrrunge-nients.
The R. G. W. mnkos sevcrnl changes ,
In time effecllyo Novpruber 0th. Tho
most linportaiit being hi tho trains
running to and from Smpeto. Tho
Sanpete branch has been rclald with
heavy steel rails nnd the time of trulns
shortened up about -IS minutes bet w ecu
Thistle Junction and MautU20-S0.
Tho sheriff's ofllco received a messi
ago yesterday from Thlstlp that somp
)obos had stollcn a lot of bedding from
n party of Indians, Deputy Sheriff
Jlenry left for tho sceno tho same
morning. Mr. Henry returned last,
eveulm' nnd stated thgt he was unuble
to flijd that thcro was uuythlng n tho
Glas8,-r:anv old, slzo; Snow & Young.
Tho Nitshvjljo 'I'lnieS ljits n tliroo
rjuarter column nrMplo on the growth
of Morinonl'iu in the Southern Stads
and pari lei'lml.v Hi Ti'nn-Ej-ice, It elves
1 H Ijlttjuy of iho ingaiilzaMon wtitl pm
jfriiMni the mtstfon", ibe iie'i.uqU.ift' f
fif which are lit CimttnntKuci, and now
preMiUvd over by Elder Ben. E. Rich,
agisted by N, P. Nelson nnd L. U. An
dronj 11 of whom are refjirrad to u
. .. mi jiii mm " "'"' '' '' 'jS
very cipip ncninry terms. J). J', J'V t
I j ali-o meiiiloned lis having tkei
pmrc i'f 11 r-nper called ihuScirlicm
Star, esi.ibil-hed bv ih ml'Siiiu. Mr".
Fet, the nrilcle says, coined tyti llrM
clans credentials as 11 W'rtcrn news,
paper man and a Mistier, Herald,
vSii urday, November 12.
The ladles of the Woman's Chrl-tlati
Tenipernncii Union have decided 10
stun a fie lhrary juid reading room
for the beoelltof tho young people or
Provo. They have reiped iho rooms
In the basHMieut under Or.iy's liook
storj fur the piirpoe. Anyone having
boots, furniture or anything that will
lie useful tnconii Ibiitc.wlll plcat bring
them m Mr. Boyden. iho president of
the union, who lechles, op street, bp
tween Ninth and Tetiih streets.
Yesterday yniinir lady arrived In
town over tho Short. Lino, who was
hound lor Casilo Gale, unci In pur
chasing her Ifckct ut U10 Hlo Grande
West ei 11 die discovered I lint she lacked
76 cents of having the price, of the
llckei. Being alouo and wlllmul
friends she tolil her troubles in miiio
of the crowd nrotinil, imionir whom
were Wlilaul Woodliead, Ueury Dunn
nrjd Hans Jensen, who quickly tlutr up
a quarter each and Boot llipstruugei on
hor way rcjoing.
XIX Century Club.
Club met with Mrs. Bonham on
November 11. and was called to oriler
by the president.
Mrs. Corf man conducted the parlia
The uims of the past week wes given
by Mrs. Searle.
"Norman Conquest" wns the first
mule and It was presented by MKs
A paper by Miss Kellogg. Gh'vajry
In England, comrlctnd tho program.
Seventeen members responded to
Mrs Barnes, an honornry member,
met with the club.
A licncn u U ft.
C. E. Loose, one of our mixt cntor
prising nud generous oltlzcns presented
n magnificent gift to the school board
yesterday, being a present of n qunrter
of tho block north o! the Mutser school
to bu used ns a playground for the
children. Theoonly condition of , tho
gift Is that It shall bo properly fluted
up for the purpose. An liipron.pm
recept'on was elven to Mr. Loosv, ut
the school yesicrday nji the occasion of
tip presentation. The property given
liy Mr. Loose cnireP""ds to mat upon
w '.ilelt thu school liuUd.nu siundi nd
which wns purchased for 8U00. '
Wl J Soon bo l.i Pr.ivo.
Jlofcrcnco was made lu thoso Cul
iiiutis In ourlasi Issue to the llaulne
Fire Engine company, limited. 'JJhls
linn, while new to tho west, hare been
urn nil fact tiring flro nppuutus for n
nuiuhor of years, and by n rigid nd
hcrnnco 10 the principle of usln; uoth
lug but thu vrybust material to bo
hud 111 all they turn nu,t havu bu h up
thu largest business of any concern In
the trade. In their hand exilngulsliitiq
special care U lukou to make them ns
strong as possible, with us little niacin
nnlsm as cuu ba used, and the user al
ways knows exactly what hjs apparatus
U rfolng to do, Each t-xtliigulnher,hefnrc
being sent mil, Is tes'ed 10 45!) pounds
hydraulic pressure They make, also,
npparntussiillnblii for villages, trjwns
and cities, and havo un equipment for
largp buildings, mills nud factories
that is unequalled In fire lighting qual
ities. Thu superiority pf this appar
atus may be lufern d fiom iho fact thnt
the United States government has ic
cetitly given tin order aggregating over
(300,000, lor this make, Dip chief con
sideration In making the award being
elllcbincy for thu purposes required. It
Is also Indorsed by inch linns us
Spnigue, Warner & Co., GoodwIJIu &
Goodwlllc, nud n number of leading
lumber and brewing companlcqnf Chi
cago and ulHowhere, The htalo ageuby
Is represented ly N. II. Mix, who ex
peeis to call on our citizens soon with
samples of extinguishers ar.i) photo
graphs and specification, of the larger
apparatus. Wo wnuld advise our citi
zens not to plnco their orders for any
thing of the jlud until they havo seen
Notice of F01T1 ituro.
Elizabeth E. Sohiuldt et al. Il'od no
tice of forfeiture of the Maple lp,de lp
Tliitlp Mining dthlrlel auiiliist John
Davis, oo-clulinant. November 0.
Marriage licenses havo been Issued
by tho county clerk us. followji:
Eugene Roberts, aged 21, and Olgn
J. Peterson, uged 10, both of Lchl,
yE WOULD LKEi,TQ :
suBscniBEn of ouns.
' GF15H GROGfRY.
Itakeis' No. 1 Flour... 4 81 DO
W. Vf. Fleur 1 CO
Fine Cream Cheese, whole 0
Be-t Creamery Butter . 21
Onions, per 1001b u
Carols, " c0
Parsnips, ' 75
Beets. " c0
Turnip, ' CO
Apples, per bushel CO
Kggs, pur dozen ..., 2i
ColTeo lOand 12
Electric Soap, box 00 bars 1 75
Ciureiio " " 100 " 0 25.
Tomatoes, case 2 J cms.... 1 75
Coin, ei'ce 24 cans 1 85
Man's Axe, 810 4i lbs 85
Wa-hlng Machines tfi. 2 3 25
Tin Boilers, copper bottom, No. 8 85
Galvanized tubs, enqh 0), 70, 80
Best Baking Powder, 21b cjn.... 25
Money must come with orders qr
they can't b filled.
Fieo delivery to nil parts of tho city.
P, P. HINDMARSH.
ALL KINDS OF 1MEAT&
Casii Paifl for Fat Lire Slock,
24 Center St., Provo Utah.
Miim 1 111 " " H
Wi&wmlev Opnng I
CHOICll! MILLINERY AT I
UTAH MILLINERY & DRY GOODS
1 4B A liaatois SOUVENIR siveii to every 1 I
I 0 Lafly Visiting onr Store I
Come and sco tho beautiful ART PICTURES GIVE.N AWAY vllh I
every 37.50 purchase.
SEE DISPLAY WINDOW. 1
ANNIE JONES ATKIN, : ; : PHOPItfETOlJ
JUST OPENED 1 l
SPOT (MR GROCERY I
I Farrer Bros. Oltf Stand, I
3 Blocks North of Depot.
0 W. BISHOP, FROF'R, o " I
Give me a TRIAL. I will TREAT you rightj
Provo Steam Laundry!
A Best work md reasonable prices. i
Jm Give us a trial; guarantee satisfaction. mW
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j We do thq finest of lino work, and IjSp H
make a specialty of family- trade. lr I
J, N. GULICK, - - - FROFRieTGlI
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...r HE COMING WEEK we will give you some Special Bafl
jfflr gajns in TOWELS and TABLE LINENS, and afew
.JI thoge popular FOUNTAIN BED SPREADS. NothitB
Mm-? li e priees criyen on these goods was ever heardcH
beforq in this City, I
Sale Starts Monday, Noyember 14th,
ONE WEEK ONLY! ' I
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.Towels. i- H Talt)Ie Linen. I
0do?. pnbleaohedTurkMi Bath I rn I C1 R 4 ps. Turkey Rod Table Linen, QAflH
Towers", Regular prlco fiOo i fli H t-h nl regular price 30c. A OH
GOAT ,.,AUU M "' H GOSA'l. m
0 doz. Hock Towels, tancy bor- I rn B '' M 8 ps. UnOlenQhpd Tnblo Llnon, Q((B
dcrs, worth 25c. H, M S 1 p"1"100 60- OUvH
Oo'l i...M ,luv PI 5n -a H H GOLbAT ,,., " B
10 dor.UnhleachMl Honeycomb pjn 1 Ph S B i or?" 70caC,,Cd Tttb, L,UCD, fll
Towels, regular prlco 10c. ), ft! & w S rmr Vp "Wm
' GOAT WU j WJJBsAl jm
10 do?, Blenched Honey-comh nlH - & U ffX?' " ()
iM :y 3 pa. "B'eachod Tahlo Linen, KM
10 doz. Bleached Honey-comb lAfl N r5 ccg sella everywhere at 80 to 05c. 4iPjH
Towels, worm 20c. " jj ffl GOESAT.; XV
00 l E3j Jig 2 ps. B.naohed Tablo Linen, wH
8 doz. nll-Llnen Towels, red rfl ffifi w C M good width and lino patterus, ium
checks, worth 81c. i t-i-3 KM regular price 00c. UllvH
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We have a Full Line of Ladies' and Misses MACKINTOSHES
llcmemljer this sale begins MONpAY, Noyember M
for QNE WEEK ONLY, I
YOURS FOR BJZZ? I
mK A, BARNEY. 4
Center Btyet. ?yv0 lt7,
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