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I fllST(S THE NEWS.
' 6ANE0 FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
9 AND BOILED DOWN.
II ,m roelory Closed - licet Sntrnr
I '' rampali;" 0vor f r ,,' Scason-
BjirlngvlHc's Now Depot.
fohl corresponclpnco Honild, Dec
I r The I'tiili sugar factory, nfter n
! ,'n siiWtssful campaign, lias shut Its
H H iors anil Its ponderous machinery is
I hlucJ to rest Tor a season. W. I. En
ll llf chief ciiRlnPor, with a fow hands
I iro still it work putting thu mnchln-
' J and factory In shape for next sea-
ou The connecting for beets Is about
I mm and n veiy largo ncrc.ifjo Is taken.
M ifiiioBCUJonlsagood ono next year
the'C will bo a largo ninoiint of beets
raised, which will give n groat amount
f. jai,or fur tho people. This, with the
av Improvement-, that will bo nmrlp
I ,ttbc factory, will uinko our little city
julie busy next suasop.
I Spriufrvllle's Now Depot.
sp-lngvlllo corrospopdonco Tribune,
tV Tuesday: The Ho Grundo Western's
' new depot at this pluce Is now cum
nlctc, and the station employes moved
n yesterday. The bulVlltig Is a credit
B to the company mid this ety, and Is
I Ji!d ,0 ',0 UD" of tl1" llwt stations on
the Hoc of thu Ulo Gruudo Western.
H JL'roof of Labor.
I Affidavits of nsscssniout work have
I fceen fllfd tvlth tlio county recorder
j ilnco ogr last Issue as follows.: .
I Copper Queen ot 1 In Tlntlc Tnlu-
I In? district, by J. M. Murray.
H Sjlilll grnup, In Utah county, by
Ohio, In North Tlptlc mining dls
H trict, liy Andrs'v Strom,
Gmy Laglo ct nl., In Camp Floyd
pining district, by Johrf Garret.
Keening Star, Mary Load, Emma,
Tip Top ct al" In Tlntlc mining dls
tflct. by John Sudcrlund ot ;tl.
I Keltic Shea, in North lljitlo mining
I (iijlrlot, ly Fat Shea ot al.
L;h West Dip Nus. 1, 5 and 0, In
Lehl uilnlng district, by Jobn Dewey
H Noblo Lodo Tunnol and Curvo View,
o Cjmp Fioyd mining district, by 0.
I Last Hope, In Tlntlc mining district,
I pv Mvoo Trnpe ct al.
I Coni, in Tlntlc miulng district, by
Last IInpo In Tlntlc mining district
il ojr Aaron Cm tor ct al.
Curve View in Camp Floyd mining
1 distriefby Joseph West.
Dutchman in Cunp Floyd mining
district by Henry Jones.
Pearl ct al. In Tintlo miulng district
tyB. F. Mllncrotnl.
Lulu lllaoch lu Alpluo mining dis
trict by Soron Ilansun.
Jlouauza ut al. In Lohl mining dis
trict by Otto Hudson el ul.
nuthben et al. In SilvurLakotalnlng'
district by P. Van Ilunten.
Emma & Ida In American Fork min
ing district by Joseph Sneddon. ot "'
Sweet Water lu Tlntlc mlulug dis
trict by Gilbert S.vunson.
Kliza In Provo raining district by
Tabernacle Corucr of Jnnd Sixth
jtreets. Sunday services at 2 p.m.
Btako presidency, Edward Partridge,
p. John and Itoed Suioot.
First ward K streot, bewcon Fourth
"d, fifth streets. Sunday evening
ervices at 7:00. Bishop, A. Knudsou.
Second ward Corner of Fourth and
D streets. Sunday services at 7:30 p.m.
Bishop, Simon P. Eggurtbon.
T'Urd ward-Corner of t; and Eighth
treats. Sunday services at 7:00 p.m.
J Bishop, W. J. Lewis.
Fourth ward Ninth street, between
il and K streots. Sunday services al
7:00 p.iu. BUhop. J. II. Koolor,
M. K. CIIUUOII.
H streot, botweon Sixth und Seyontli.
Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7:U0
P-tu. Pastor, Itev. J. E. Klrbyo.
$ treet, corner of Tenth. Sunday
services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Pastoi,
SMreot, between Eighth and Nlutb.
eunday School, 10 a.m.; preaching,. 11
W i B. Y. P. u. meeting, 0:40 p.m.;
IScture, 7.gQ ,,,,, x'ruycr meeting
l'Macsdiy evening at 7:3Q.
There will be Christian Sclenco ser-
w In rooms of Sofosls, Reed SmooJ
?loc1-. on J street, next Sunday. Sun.
P'7 school at 10:00 a.rr. Church sor
T'atU;0p a.m. Evening servlco,7:30.
ttRnllnCS(3"y Vemng meeting begins
PQ. A cordlul wolcomo to, all.
One eff,.pt n tlu doath pf fl0(npy rj.
Paey will be the perpmupnt closing
W whi i i Wo11 known banklug house of
' i. , was 'e head, Thm -ursn
I tot, d,Hely dnsdtd upon by
'l cl" admlnlurator Mawck. The
bank clones finally lutilghi. and ar
iangomeni8 have been niado to havo
the Provo Commercial and Savings
Bonk tako thu accounts of Swasey &
JMartiu und cloo out tlio business. The
hank is In good condition and might
.continue with profit wcro such the de
sire of tho heirs (if the Swaoy !,. tP,
Tho following statement of the bauk Is
mado by Mr Mnrwlck;
Lonnsand discounts $15.120 35
Overdraft s 131 04
Due from National banks.... o.'lfts 05
Uuo from Statu banks 5,042 47
EMS"v -, . ,8.332 1"
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures and other ronj es-
0 'ate 0.50287
Stoi'kH, bonds nnd chattels... ' 812 82
Paxes and expenses paid 1,023 0.i
'Total $ai,4C0 04
Cupllnl stock , SIC.OOOOO
bjirplus and .undivided earn-
n".. ., 4,05203
Dopnslts... 40.127 60
Cerllllcatesof deposits 1,300 55
Cashier check io 00
Totals.. . . , . . . . , f 01,400 04
Cheiip Itatcs to Denver,
For tho Secotjd Annual Convention
of thu National Live Stock Association
jit Denver, Colorndy. the Klo Grande
Western will ,., 1 tickets in Denver and
return at rate or $18 for thu round trip.
Selling dates, Jautiary 2Sud and 23rd,
limited to twenty days from date of
sale F. Fouts, Agent.
Dros Ciiftlus: and Fittliifr.
Our nttcntlon Is called to tho estabs
llshment lu charge of Mrs. A. A. Asper
for liistructl hi in the art of dress
cutting and fitting under the renowned
"Standard Scjuaro Inch System," By
thin system tho art of ilrcsculting and
fitting Is simplified, and after comple
tion of thu course of instruction pupils
are fully qualified n-i nru given a di
ploma entitling them tn use this fam
0'is syctem. The system is simple and
readily learned, and its accuracy is
unquestioned. Call on Mrs. Asper, on
J street, opposite postoflipe, for fuller
Stato Teachers' Convention.
Cheap rates via R. G. W. For tho
State Teachers' um.ventlon at Ogdon,
December 28th to 3lst the It. G. W.
railway will make u rato of "no single
fare for tho round trip. Soiling dates
December 27th and 2Sth, limited to
pecenjber3lst. F. Foutz, Agent.
ALL KINDS OF MEATS.
Cash Paid for Fat Liye Steele.
24 Conter st Provo. Utah.
osnocOJnA. '! IV 'O "Z
;o hijoii Xioicpoiunii pmA puu oomo
9WIJ!J m I
Soud your orders to J. J Peters, Agent.
Tolephono No. 12.
Oregon Short Lino R'y.
Schedule In Effoct May H 1893.
SuWoet to channe without Nollco.
3 luam OgUeu 730pm
73dkra Salt LaUe ...acopm
83uum..., L.elilJuno:lon,.., 520pra
83.1am LelU 516pm
839 a m American Forlt lojtpra
B45om ., Pleasant Orove ??;Pn
SMam .:..... Lalje View 4Mprri
OOonm I'rovo J5I'm
01Ram..........SprlnKvlllo 1 5 ' "
oainm Spanish t-'ork J 27 pm
OiWam llenlaintn !;iHl
037ara ..I'uyson JA?P$
p7oni , .... Santanula i0?"11
lqaaSm.. Nepht aaspm
12Mpm Kphralm '.ES
12 4S p m Muntl 9 P
11 louro ar Juab 'yOJja
1040am IV dR?b-l ar ;Slim
Si"p V ." ..Vrlico lv- 65am
"Trains betwoen Jujb and Frtsoo nm dally
rTlnftor'oelo leave Salt Lake 7:W
aia pm, FawSld I 4.81 p jm, Arrives IU
8!VnralS?ea'So1rd8e:nSrmSan Lake 3:15 a m,
,tSnP?Aton.PB-d. at Ojden with tho
ffiPtlES1 m.? ?OM UUh point, to
Denver. Omi" Kaua ly, CDfci80t St.
ueh Mcuewoit V ttt ",taUon8- na?
I'lfeSf ttirU8 Ceo. W. Oral,. Art..
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r'nobAlE AND QUADIAN9Hlr
Consujt County Clerk or Respective
Signers f r Further Information.
In the District Court of the Konrth Judlsinl
District. Utah CounlT.UlaU -1'robato Division.
In the matter of tho estate of David Knns.
NOTICE -Tho petition of Susinnah Evans
pably askln thatlotters of udmlnlstratton be
Isued to bcrsclf has been set for hearing at 10
o'clock a.m., Thursday, tho 12th day of Janu
ary, 1W9, at tho court houso In I'rovo City.
Uliih County, Slaloof Utah. "
Dated at I,rooCltv, Utah. Dee 29. 1899.
UUO lIAVKItOAMP, Clerk.
By A. V. UoniHON. Deputy,
S. It Thurman and E E. Corfman, attorneys
for potltlo .er.
IKIrst publication Doc 31, 18PS.1
- . " .
InthoDUtrletCovrtor tho Fourth Judicial
District, otah County, Utah l'robato Divi
sion. In the matter of tho ostate of William Whlto
man Chlsholm. decvascd.
NOTICE -The prtltlon of MatRUrot Chls.
holm and Marlnus Larson for approval of llnal
account and for distribution has been sot for
hearing at 10 o'clock n m., Saturday, tho I lib
day of January, IK99, at tho court houso In
I'rovo Olty. IJtah Countv, State of Utah.
Dated at i'rovo City, stall. Dec. 28, 1S9A
OBO IlAVr.KGAMl', Clerk.
liy A. V, Rouison, Deputy.
William Creer, attorney for petitioner.
(First publication Deo. 31, 1S0H.)
In tho District Cmirt of tho Fourth Judicial
District, of tho Stato of Utah, silling In nnd
for Utah County.
Frederick S. Dart, plalnUir, )
vs. J- SUMMONS.
Lillian I. Dart, defendant.
Thu Stato of Utah to tho said defendant:
You nro horoby summoned to npprar within
twenty days after Ihohcrylco of this summons
upon you, If served within tlje county lu which
this notion Is brought, otherwise, within thirty
days nftcr service, and defend tho above en
titled aclloni nnd in caso of your failure so to
do, tucgmcnt will bo rendered against you ac
cording to the demand ot tho complaint, a copy
of which Is herewith served on you.
HAMUM, If. TllUIIMAN,
El,MEIt V.. COIirMAN,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
Potofflce address: Rooms 1 nnd 3, First Na
tional Hank building, Provo City, Utah County,
Stato of Utah.
Statu or Utah, I ..
Countv of Utah, f "
I, Geo. Ilavoicainn, County Clerk, and ex.
nmcto CHrk of tho Fourth Judicial District
Court, In and for tho Couniv of Utah, Stato of
Utah, do hereby certify that tho furexolng Im d
full, true and correct copy of lhearlglni.1 sum
mons In tho enso of Frederick S. Dart vs. Lil
lian P Dart as appears on lllo In my onlco.
f n witness whereof, I havo hurcunto set my
hand and alllxed my oltlclal seal, this 2nd day
ot December. A. D. I89H.
8KAW OEO. HAVEUCAMP, Clork.
Ily A. V. UonisoN, Deputy.
First publlcatlot Deo. 3, 1MI8.1
In tho District Court ot tho Fourth Judicial
District, Utah County, Stato of Utah.
Fannlo II. Mooro. plaintiff, vs. Wm Ilowen
and Huth llottcn, hlswlfiitbe Spanish Fork
Co-operutiVB Institution, a corporation; tho
Tlntlc Itangn Hallway Company, n corporation;
Lombard Investment Company, defendants.
To bo sold at sheriff's snlo at tho front door
of the county court liouto on thu luth day of
January A. D. 1K99. at 12 o'clock m., at Provo
Mty.'Utah Coutity, State of Utah, tho follow
ing deicrlbcd proncrty, to-wlt:
Part of the soulhueat quarter of fcectlon
thlrty-four-31, township clght-S, south of
Icnngo two 2 cast of Soft Lake i Meridian; and
beginning ut a point two and one-fourth
chains west, and ono and ono-fourth-IKi chains
south ot tho northeast corner ot tho said quar
ter, and running thence south thirty nnd
thrco-fourthi-suy chains: thence west thirty
nine and thrcc-fourtbs-3'JV clulns; thence
north thirty and thrco fuurthivOOU chains;
thenco cast thirty nine nnd three-fourths 3aft
chains, to thu point of beginning. Containing
tn all ono hundred and twt nty-12U acres.
Datud ut Provo, Utah, Dec. 15. 1 WW.
Uko. a. Stoiiiis.
Shcrlf. Utah County, Utah.
Ily Wm.IC. Henry. Deputy Micrlrr.
L. A. Ostcin.nttorney for plaintiff.
First publication Deo 17, 1803 1
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF MECHAN
lie It known that I, James M. O'llrlcn, nin
about to forccloso a mechanics,' lcln which I
now boldngalnst tho propeity of tho llulllon
Heck Tunnel Company, a corporation ot tho
Stato of Utah, to satisfy a demaod for work
and labor pcrlormcd, nnd tools and materials
furnished to tho amount of J.MIO. Said lcln
bolng recorded in tho records of Utah County.
Statu of Utah. Said property of tho llulllon
Uqcl; Tunnel Company against which I hold
said lcln Is located In the Tlntlc Mining Dis
trict, County of Utah, SJato of Upib, and known
East Dov Mining Claim, U. H. Lot No. 3H8
Hlg Eastern Mining Clnlm. U. 8. Lot No. 3119
Protection Mining Claim. U. S. Lot No. 3117.
Shepard Mining Claim, U. 8. Lot No. 32M.
Therefore under Section 1301 ot Chapter I,
relating to mechanics' loins, in tho Uolsed
Laws of Utah for IHH, I heruby notify any and
nil persons claiming or holding lclns on or
ugalnst said property of tho llulllon Heck Tun
nel Company to bo and appear at tho District
Court of tho Fourth Judicial District, COun'y
of Utah. 8tato of Utah, nt 10 O'clock n.m on
tho 23rd day of January, 1899, or as Boor, thcro
after as sumo can bo heard, and to then nnd
there to exhibit proof '$ M. O'llBIBS
llolihelmcr & Ilolzhelmer, attoruoys for
James M. O'llrlcn.
(Flrtt publication Deo. U. 1893.)
In the District Court of tho Fourth Judicial
District, of the Stato of Utah, sitting in and
for Utah County.
Sarah Elizabeth Ncllson, plaintiff, 1
James V, Ncllson, defendant. )
Tho Stato pf Utah to the said defendant"--You
nro hereby sutntnonml to appcur within
twenty days afior tho service of this summons
upon you.lf served within the county In Hbldi
this action Is brought, otherwise, within thirty
dais utter service, and defend tho obovo en
titled action; and In caso of yourfuiluresoto
do. Judgment will bo rendered against jou ac
cording lo tho demand of tho complaint, a copy
of which Is herewith served on our
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postomco nddrcssj Provo City, Utah County,
Onfeo: First National Hank.
Flritt publication Deo. 14, 1898.1
OUR, TEA AP COFFI3E
tell the Ulo or their fjoodness In un
mistakable language. Tbos. who up
precbito 'the luxury of a gnou, cup f
either bovuraure can gratify UHr tasto
by purchasing our best tea nt 40o. and
our best cotToo 'at 40c. Tljoso are frpiu
tho choicest selections of the best
crops and tiro u'nilvaled, for strength
ami delicacy or flivnr.
Vimr tfiooery hill will Ijo ten per
cent loss If you trade here.
GEO. E. HOWE, Grocer.
? Center St.i?ro9.i
'" , '
Bread, Cakos, ;..
Can 'y, a d I j
Wedding Calces, fl)
PROVO CITY BAKERY.
EVEnYTHING IN OAKERY
WE KEEP EVERYTHING
WE ADVERTISE. j
F. D. KELLY, Prop'r.
3- -' gj
The chances are thrco
to ono in your favor
If you get us to lepiir
1 X "P mensuro tho
VV Hi oponlng
VV JL thoglnss-
Snow & Young.
: J W.itcli :
i i Repairing.
I wish to lhank tho public t
for their liberal patronago
in tho past nnd nik tin m to
call and bee tho Inrge Xmas
1 Stock of Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware which has ar-
rived and Is on exhibition.
; PIUCES EIGHT. :
J. A. Van Norsdall.
Taylor Ilios, Co.
Muked a Specially of Household Good s
Pianos, etc. Delivers COAL to any
part of tho City. My motto:
PRO 3' TO!
GEORGE WHEABLE, PropV.
Office: Frovo Ilardw. & Iron Co.
CURRENT TIME TABLE.
Ill Effect Nqeiilicr 0, 1HQU.
LEAVE I'ltOVO TOE EV8T AND 80UTII.
No. 2 For Grand Junction
and points East 0:33 am
No. 4 For Grand Junction
and points Eist 8:50 pm
No. 0 For Sprlngvlllo, This
tle Sanpete and Itiohlield 0:23 p nt
No. 8 For Sprlngvlllo. Span
Fork Tuyson and Eureka 0:20pm
LEAVE I'UOVQ FOH WEST.
No. 1 For Salt Lako City,
Oifdon and the West... 11:12 am
No. 3 For Salt Lako City.
Ogden and tlio wost... 7:41 p in
No 6 For Am. Fork, Lohl.
nnd Salt Lako City ... 4:10 pm
No. 7 For Am. Fork, Lohl
and Salt Lako City 8:27 a m
IUUVB PIlOVO FUOJI EAST AND SOUTH
No. 1 From Pcnvor, Grand
June, nnd pnlntR ty'Ht ,1:18 a m
No. 0 From Denver, Grand
Jiiuct'n and points ua-t 7:41 p m
No. 5 Fr.im Sprlngvllb). Thh-
ilo Sanpeto, Hlcblleld 4:10 p m
No. 7 Fnini Sprlngv'le. Span
Isli F'k, l'ayson, Eureka 8:27 a ra
AHUIVE AT I'ltOA O FltOM WEST.
No. 2 From California, Og
don and Salt Lake City 0.83 a m
No. 4 From California, Otf
ileu nnd Silt jko Olty 8J0 p m
No. 0 FioinSilt Luku Oi'v,
Lulu and Amcricin J'l; 0123 a m
No. 8 From Sail LakuCitv,
Lehl strut Anioiican F'l; Qs'.U p va
TWq only lino lo Ogdon and Denver
without changes. Free reeling chair
Cars on ttuougli trains. Through
Hleeplmr para 10, Denver. Kansus Cliy,
Chicago, I'nrllatld und San FrauclcOt
ElHgaut cqulppmcnt, safely, spcotl
D C. Dodoe, General Munagor,
"S. II. Uaiicook, Tralllo Manager.
F. A. Wadleioii, Geri'l Pass. Agl,
I JT. TfOVVh picket A?eQtt PC0?0-
Provo Steam. Laundry I
S Best work and reasonable prices. . h JM
Give us a trial; guarantee satisfaction. fc 'H
I Vvc do the finest of line vvoilc, and l&ajr 11
j make a specialty of family trade. fP iH
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J. N, GULICK, - - - PKOPRIGTOft M
fzSSti (ST ::::ALI; READY NOW::: I
-j-TLT ,r!sr4 to fill ynur bin for tlm liolldiiy nonnc "M
1 L- vl-Jii nro w'"' "'''' Sl'r,,,',"',' cieitii mil Iil
, ' " j't''?rT,J "r"('0 cn"l nl l"w l'llCi' Witt' "i Jil
i i HwicU-i ,",K'rl"'--' " tl"' i'i "f fail. i fH
J ' y ' t3mSsS&jKi biiuuct'd lit tiniti us mid will ii'Hiv i
l fsjBKP)py j-fM '"', t Saiilii Oliuis with ii wnri i H
I ' ' 1 '"" A. 'I tfjjB 'r'"" ll" MlplTlCir Mini III .(i tli.-i. i
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-a', SMOOT SI' WW. 1
WM. M, R0YLANCE, I
SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. W
PIONEER FROIT AND PRODUCE MERCHANT I
OF UTAH COUNTY. B
AGENTS TOIL.. Pags cash II
Studobititor fog choice II
Wagons, Etc, tm, ,ui,t,s- fa- M
07 3 SKfm A-aia Seed, ;
Bicycles. W ;-to ; I
" CORHESFOHDEHCE SOLICITED. CarM L,U A SPECIALTY, j 1
NEW GOODS- J
in all yirieties. Assortment the best. Jfl
Prices the LOWEST. Elegant prizes jjM
given (ree. Give us a call
At WEST STORE. 1
Liyery Stable. 1
Best Accommodations for Traveling Men. H
Give me a call when you want a first-class rig. :iM
Headquarters for all travelling and mining men. Nothing -jH
but first-class trade and the best of goods handled. Finest 'H
brands of Wines and Liquors for family trade. 'M
BAILEY & VIN6ENT. M
Center St., PROVO. jH
THE CASH GROCERS I
...AHE STILL LEADTNQ IN PIUCES... l
' " f 'I ! I
No. 1 Unicorn' Flour, pork. ,,.,$ 7C
V. W. flour, pr !. 8
Two pans Tomatoes, , .... IS
Three cans Corn , , ?-5
Itlce, No. 1 Japan, per lb, ,.,,., . 7i
Oatmeal, " Br
CofTeo, " 1SJ
EtectrliPor Tale S.ipono Soap, hr. 3
Wcstnra Washnr, Jo. ?. , 8.20
Tub..,, ,., UO, 70, 80j
UuokflU V 15 to 000
Oil Cuus 25 toCOo
"-' '" fm-iyiifiiP HI "I WW 1
A full lino of Granltewuro nt bedrock ;H
Dolls In endless variety at tho lowest tH
Gloves at C0o to 91.25 )cr pair, IH
School Hooks and Supplies cheap, IH
..XUAS BOOKS... ?
lUIRMUKIt that wo credit no ono, WM
WRwunt your cash, and If prices nro 'flH
what YUU want, It h oiitb. Our Roods 'H
nro sent C. O. I), If tta cash does not H
uccornpany your order. Sond your iVI
children if you cannot come yout'sclf. VS
McAdaixi & Bursting:. iM
'PHONE 23. . . -1 IO WEST CENTER 8T, M
I s. Headquarters (ar RAI BROS, WWU M