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I id SILVERWARE to lie GIVEN AWAY.
I JUST RECEIVED !
I 6000 pounds candy, nuts, raisins, cur-
raDt9, lemons nml citron. In buying
I largo lots I can muko prlcos. Silvor-
waro-Nos. 1 to IS -call and get par
tlculm- FiH "I' t,,c uau,cs' Btocklnps
with candles, nuts, orat.gos. Jigs, dates,
B banmias, chewing gum injd cocoanuts.
I I liavo a complete stock of everything
I n the grocery Hue. Got you a flno
turkey, chicken, roast or boll at our
I meat market. Also carry a full lino of
cured meats and lard at both depart
I menu. Kcp the Bom,s tho People
I wont, and make- prlcos for specialties.
I p, P, HINDMARSH.
yITOJS AND:::: .
I Prices we offer
I to the public:
H Lamps from 20c. up to S3.
H Tumblers, pur set; 15, 25, 85 and 50c.
H Desert I)lhes, a piece. SI, 5, 7, 10,
mt 121. 15, 20 and 25c.
O.ttnieal Dishes, 12, 15. 20, 25 and 30c.
H Teacups and Suticeis hi all varieties.
Hroad and Milk Sets.
Tonel, per pair, 15, 20, 25 to OOo.
H Men's and Hoys' Gloves, all kinds,
H from GOc to $1.25 ucr pair.
H LadliV and Misses' Milts from 20c up
H to (Be per pair.
best llnu of Glas and Chlnawaro to
Hselrcl Xmns, birthday and wedding
H presents from.
Lace Curtnins from OOo to $1.70 pair.
H Lamp Chlnmevs, 5 to 25c.
V Lauterns, tho host, for only COc.
H You nro welcome to examine our
B stock whether you buy or not
H Center St., 3 doors west factory raco,
I CEO. W. JONES.
No. 10 West Second South,
Silt, Lako City: and 302
25th St., Ogden, Utah.
j Will give you
M to all points
I EAST, WEST,
I NORTH, SOUTH.
1H BajrRngo checked; bertha secured; new
tickets furnished at reduced rates.
I "WRITE EOR RATES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I OF PROVO.
I General Banking Business Transacted,
M W.R. Plko Presldonl
a S. Jones Vice-President
J. O. Graham, Geo. Taylor,
Joseph F. Smith, E. F. Shcota,
D. A. Swan.
I D. A. SWAN, Cashier.
Safety doposlt boxes for rant from
M w per annum and upwards.
I and Savings Bank.
PROVO CITY, UTAH.
I Capital, $15,000, Snrnlns, $10,000,
H "t. Loose Vice-President.
John Jones, - Juincfl A Beau,
Roger Farrer. L. S. Hills,
John R. Twelves.
d03. T. FARRER, CASHIER.
fi General hanking bu'sinostransaotcdT
Ia wlt boxes for rent.
GIST OF THE NEWS.
GLEANED FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
AND BOILED DOWN.
A Curious Case Windmill Set Ailre
by Friction During1 tho Recent
Sprlngvlllo correspondence Tribune,
Dec 10: Joseph Tuekott, a farmor
living at Mapleton, had a narrow
escape fmm being burned out Thiirs
day night in a vi-ry stmnge ninnner.
On his place he has a largo windmill,
which ho uses to pump water from a
well for Irrigation purposes In the
summer time. Thursday night a heavy
wind prevailed, which broke tho brake
on tho windmill and set It running nt
Mich a frightful speed, sotting tho
framework on tiro from the friction.
Mr. Tuckett Just discovered tho tiro In
time to put it out before It could catch
his barn and stacks, which were close
Robbery nt Sprlngvlllo.
Sprlngvlllo correspondence Hetnld,
Dee. 12: John Martin's tailor shop
wob entered by burglar- yesterday
afternoon and $40 In gold and gtecn
backs was takun. Tho money was In a
drawer of tho bureau In a bedroom.
A gold chain In tho same drawer was
loft, which scums to Indicate that the
thief was familiar with the locality and
did not have to senrch for tho money.
All tho inmates of the houso were ab
sent nt the time. Sht-rlU Storrs Is
over from Provo Investigating. This
is tho second case of tho soit here,
Georgo B. Matson, a farmer. Ioslng$l30
under exactly tho samo circumstances
tliu preceding Sunday.
The Rabbit Hunt.
Payson Gtobo-HcadenTheblg rabbit
hunt between Payson and Benjamin
came oil last Saturday, the Payson
hunters winning by ono rabbit and a
fraction, computed according to the
number of men on each side. Bonjamln
had ten men and Paysuu eight. When
tho bunnies were counted, after tho
hunt was 6vor, Payson had forty-five
and Benjamin tlfty-four. Tho most
unfortunate part of tlic hunt was oc
casioned by the ontlro crowd getting
left bj the train. The conductor told
tho hunters to bo ready to return at
S-AO and he pulled through at 2:20,
leaving them behind A few managed
by walking and riding, to got home,
that night, some went to Eureka, and
fourteen taxed tho capacity of tho
Hotel do Morgan at Goshen and re
turned on the morning train.
Tho ministers' meeting wns held In
tho parlor of tho Baptist church this
morning, with nil tho pastors of tho
four churches Congiegational, Moth
odtst, Lutheran and Baptist present;
also tho deaconess of tho Mothodlst
ohurch, Mrs. Kingsbury. A very
pleasant hour and a half was spent
listening to tho analyses of tho pastor's
Sunday morning sermon. After some
discussion, comments and planning of
work, tho meeting was adjourned to
meet next Monday at Ror. J. E. Kir
FutEDA-A. DitESSEL, Sec'y.
Provo, Dec. 12, 1808.
An Unpublished Letter from Shako
To tho editor of Tins Utaii County
Demociiat Allow mo to call your at
tention to tho delinquent tax list,
which has been published. In looking
over It, and comparing with a party
who has paid his tax for this year, I
tind In It somo very gross errors and
blunders; for Instance, 1 call four cases
with which I am somowbat acquainted,
I will call them A, B, C and D.
A has two city lots, a house In which
ho and his family reside, a team of
horees, wagon, cows and farming Im
plements. His tax In full, city and
oounty, was $0,
B has two city lots, that Is all ho has,
he Is ovor 75 years old, has beou ailing
for some years back. Now at present
ho is unlit for work, and Is quite sick,
and has boon for somo tlmo. Ho is
C has a piece of ground rods square
on which his house stands, is 6lckly,
works at times when able. Ho Is taxed
upwards of $19. The county (Demo
cratic) remitted, but tho city council
(non-partisan) wants the last mill.'
O has a part of a lot without a fenco.
bis houso and all his furniture would
not bilng, at a sale, $25. Ho Is nn old
man, In tho vlcity of ninety. Ho Is
taxed 18.35. Brother Openshawwhen
ho was treasurer, told hlni to go home
and novcr mind, f,ho city couucll then
(Mmocratlc) did tho sarao.
Another caso has Just como under
my observation, that Is a man with
two lots, and two-story brick houso;
has paid $40.
What a burlesque at justice! And
tho board of equulizatlon(?) has passed
upon these cates and said virtually
they were correctl Shame on such
procedure Tho founder of Democracy
has loft on record "Exact Justice to
Woe unto you scilbw, non-partisans,
hypocrite, who devour wl lews' and
old feeblo men's houso. But thn you
know tho city council Is non-pirtlsnn.
I guess thuy resemble tuv play The
Merchant of Venice. Sliylock wanted
hN pound of flesh, and wo all know the ,
result. Oh, consistency thou nrt a '
P. S. The pec-weo uon-parlUan
sheet tho Enquiror pleuso copy, If
tho vlco-prcsideut will nllow It.
Proyo, November 13, 18US.
Beet Sugar Experiments. .
Tho following extract from the
Country Gentleman, of Albany, New
York, In regard to expeilments In beet
culture and the tuauufacturo of beet
sugar will doubtless bo Interesting to
many of our readers:
Onklal repon from the expert
mental plants of tho New York De
partment of Agriculture show the sea
son to have been an unfavorable one
generally, and ihat an unknown bcotle
destroyed many of tho pl.mts, so that
reccedltig in many cases was abso
lutely imeehsr.ry. Good yields, how
ever, nro reported, and the oxporl
meats may bo said to bo a success so
far as proving iho adaptability or the
Now Yurk soil for sugar beet growing,
the real object of the experiments.
Tho now factory at Blnghamtnii.
now closing Its lit at season, pays $3 per
ton for each ion of beets delivered to
It. It also furnishes the seed to grow
ers at about cost. About 1100 farmers
were under contract to furnish beets
this year and 18000 tons have been de
livered It Is thought that, between
15000 and 17000 tons will bo converted
into sugar before tho close of tho sea
son, making the output of the factory
1500 to 1700 tons of Migar. Tho factory
runs day and night, employs 10 men in
two shirts of llfty, anil Is now produc
ing fifteen tons of migar dally.
Tho experiments of both tho Romo
and Biughnuitnn factories show that It
takes ten tons of beets to make ono ton
of sugar. Of New York Stale's beets,
it Is found that tho percentage of
saccharine matter in tho beet is equal.
If not far ahead of those raised In
Calllornbi and other Western Slates.
It is helieved that tho farmer makes a
protlt of about $5 per ton. TJo to tho
time of harvesting, tho expenso per
acre Is $11.17, not Including cost of
seed or fertilizer.
The Utah Sorosis met In tho club
room Wednesday afternoon with tho
president, Mrs. Allen, presiding.
Miss Llllle Gate's read a very instruc
tive paper on "'Greek Religion," after
which a recess was taken.
Eighteen membors responded to roll
call, giving qjotatlons from tho
precccding paper, each being Illustra
tive on tho symbols of tie ancient
Mrs. Wm. Bcesley conducted parlia
mentary drill. This was followed by a
general discussion of "How to De
bate." In tho mothers' ccotlon Mrs. Craig
gavo an excellent talk on tho" "Reli
gious Training of Children."
Tho above report of Sorosls was un
avoidably omitted last issue.
Art novelties at Snow & Younir's.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or Respective
Signers fir Further Information.
In tbo District Court ot tho Fourth Judicial
District, Utah County.Utah Probata Division.
In the matter of the estato of Thomas Hoy
NOTICE The petition of Phlllnda Roy
lance asking that letters of administration bo
Issued to herself has been set for hearing nt 10
o'clock a.m., Thursday, tho !2d day of Decem
ber. 1809, at tho court houso In I'rovo City,
Utah County, Slato nf Utah.
Dated at I'rovo City, Utah. Dec. 10. 1803.
OEO. HAVEUOAMr, Clerk.
Hv A. V. ItonisoN, Deputy.
King, Ilurton & King, attorneys for petl
tloier. First publication Deo. 10, 1893.1
In tho District Court of the Fourth Judicial
District, of tho Btato of Utah, Hitting In and
Frederick S. Dart, plaintiff, 1
vs. . V SUMMONS.
Lillian P. Dart, defendant. I
Tho State of Utah to tho said defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear within
twenty days after tho service of this summons
upon you, If served within tho countvln which
this action Is brought, othorwise, within thirty
days after service, and defend tho above en
titled action; and in case of your fullure so to
do, Judgment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of tho complulnt, a copy
of which is herewith servodon you
SAMUEL It. TllUIIUAN,
ULUKIl E. CfllirMAN,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
Postofllcn address: Kooms 1 and 3, First Na
tional Hank building, Provo City, Utah County,
Stato of Utah,
State or Utah, I ..
Countv of Utah, f "
I. Qeo. Have i cam n. County Clerk, and ex.
nmclo Clirk of tho Fourth Judicial District
Court, In and for tbo County of Utah, Slate of
Utah, do hereby certify tbut tbo foreuolng Is a
full, true nnd correct copy of the original sum
mon In tho case of Frederick S, Dart vs. Lil
lian P Durt asuppearsonlllelnmy olllce.
fn witness whereof, I havo hereunto sot my
hand and sfflxed my oRlclal seal, this 2ud dsy
of December. A. D. IK8.
8EAL1 GEO. HAVEItCAMI', Clerk.
Hy A. V. HODlliON, Deputy.
First publlcatlOL Deo, 3, 1693.
In tho Fourth District Court of tho State of
Utah, County of Utah. .
Zion's Savings Hank & Trust Company, n cor
poration, and Joilah Harnett, trustee, plain
tiffs, vs. John Heck, J. A. Cunningham, Jr..
Amite T. llyue.acorge Itomnrv. David Kccles
aud George E Homney, co-partners doing bus
iness under the Arm nnmo of tho '-Pactno Lum
ber Company," Joseph Heck and Mrs. Joseph
Beck, defendants . . . t . . ,
To be sold st Sheriff's Salo on the SOth day of
Dccenber. A. D lSOS.atthe frontdoor of the
County Court House, In tho City of I'rovo,
County of Utah, State of Utah, at 12 o'clock M.
theftflowing described property, to wit.
Lota numbered twoW. fouM and fives, or
Section Twenty-tbrce-23, and lots threo-3, four
t, Uve-B and slz-fi, and the southwest quarterof
tho nortbwest quarter of Seetlon Tweatj-Ove-,
nndlot one-l, and the southeast quarter of
thouortheast quoiter of riectlon TwentV-sU;
29; all situate In Township Ilve-6, south of
Hauge one-l, west of Salt Lskb meridian.
Together with all the oppurtenanceti and
'Water rights thereunto belonging,
Dated at Provo, Utah, Nov. 28. 1B08.
Geo. A. Stobhs,
Sheriff. Utah County, Utah.
ny Wm It Henry, Diipuiy riherlff.
Ferguson & Cannon, attorneys fcr plaintiff
(First putlUUo Nov ftMBt)
PREMIUM COUPON CO. I
OF PROVO. fl
THE UNDERSIGNED MERCHANTS have organized a Premium t 'B
Coupon Company for the purpose of increasing and advertising H
their tmsiness. Thousands of dollars worth of beautiful and costly HI
premiums will be given away ABSOLUTELY FREE. H
HOW TO OBTAIN PREMIUMS FREE:
Concentrate your trading, and do it with the undersigned merchants H
and for each and ovary 25c. cash purchase we will give you one cou- H
pon. When.you get 300 of thesecoupons we will give yon a premium H
free. These premiums are all elegant and beautiful and are - H
'WORTH FROM $5.00 TO $15.00 EACH. 1
You will be surprised how fast you will accumulate the coupons if you H
do your trading with us. Coupons given by any of the following mer- 'VI
chants are accepted for premiums: H
Smoot Drug Co... ......Drugs Provo Hdw and Irono St(ves
Provo Book and Sta. Co Stationery i5siSi c. ,r
n a n t - j OTikilsiWft Snow&Young Paints
R.A.Barney Dry Goods Sfiryfti) , bT M
Provo MeatCo Meats Wg$ J' C' Grah"m- Jr Printing H
Geo. E. Howe Groceries JL Dr. C. B. Snyder Dentist
I HEADQUARTERS:::::: j)
Bread, Cakes, I
(( Wedding Cakes.
PROVO CITY BAKERY,
II EVERYTHING IN BAKERY 11
' 11 WE KEEP EVERYTHING
F. D. KELLY, Prop'r.
The chances aro thrco
to ono in your favor
tf you got us to repair
"I X "P measuro tho
VV JU opening
OUR TEA AUD COFFEE
tell tho talo of their goodness In un
mistakable language. Thoso who ap
preciate tho luxury of a good cup of
either boverajje can gratify their tasto
by purchasing our best toa at 40o. and
our host coffoo at 40c Those aro from
tho choicest selections of tho best
crops and nro unrivalled for strength
and delicacy of llavor.
Your grocery bill will bo ton per
ecu t less If you trade Here.
GEO. E. HOWE, Grocer.
28 Center St.. I'rovo.
Provo Steam Laundry. 'I
Best work and reasonable prices. i --M
JK Give us a trial; guarantee satisfaction.. Wk i
1 We do the finest of fine work, and WP ll
J- make a specialty of family trade. p -fl
J, N, GULICK, - - - PROPRIETOR,
XMAS GOODS! I
in all varieties. Assortment the best. 1M
Prices the LOWEST. Elegant prizes
given free. Give us a call '
At. WEST STORE. I
Headquarters for all travelling and mining men. Nothing jB
but first-class trade and the best of goods handled. Finest l
brands of Wines and Liquors for family trade. :
BAILEY & VING&NT. I
Center St., PROVO. B
The CASH GROCERS I
...ARE STILL LEADING IN PHICES.M M
No. 1 HnJcorH' Flour, per nlc 8 75 A full lino of Granltewaro at bodroolc
W.W. Flour, per ale 85 ,rf,-9 Ia eni,lcs3 variety at, tho lowoat. ,
Two caus Tomatoes lo prlccn. ;H
Three cans Corn 25 -Gloves at COo to $1.25 per pair. 'H
Illce, No. 1 Japan, por lb 7i School Uooks aud Supplies cheap. jM
c:s:' :::::::: m -XBrAS booics... m
Electric or Palo Siipono Sop, br. ' 3 ItUMKMDEB that we credit no ona IH
wr..im w..i,nr m n .nn WE wnnt vour cash, ami If prices aro H
Wcstorn Washer, No. 2 ; 3..0 you wan ,t'u 0U.g ir d. M
Tubs .. 00, 70, 80j nrqgentC. O, D.it tho cash does -uot
Duckets 10 to OOo accompany your order. -Sonrl your W
OH Cans 23 to OOo children If you canaotfiomo yourself. j'Ej)
McAdarr) & Bursting:, m
PHONE 23, - r-t IQ WEST CENTER ST. '' S
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