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t 61 j DORSE DORSEOF DORSEOF P 1fIt r t tF l
OF F PACKING Riff RiffBusiness R PLANiTL3USIness N1 N1I N1Business
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Business Men Eager Eag r to Estafc EstafcHsh Estaklish 1 1Ii
Hsh Ii h New Industry IndustrylOPE Industryj
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lOPE TO OPEN iNOV OV 1 1ISCUSS 1ISCUSS IIscuss
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ISCUSS BENEFITS BENEFITSACCRUE Tfl WILL WILLTATE WILLACCflt1E
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ACCRUE TO CITY AIATB AIATBAtLre TATE TATEyester TATEActive
Pjk Active work was untf untfay uftjlnay un yester yestera ye3terclay
° nay ay to raise funds to toacking ei eipacking a large largeing largelacking
packing house in Salt Saltlilies Salt1IJes ing the ther theiTles
lilies suggested by b J 1 C Cn1f CT myy r at the theassocia themeeting theT1eUng
n1f meeting eting of the Real R Rtim Ertmf associa associaed asaociation aociatiin
tim Wednesday It is isthE eageted ed that thatbe thatthe thitthe
the stock for the enterprise tnt rpriae rpriaeubscribed via be fully fullyPjk fullysubscribed fullyUbscrA1e
subscribed UbscrA1e for wd w4iln hln In a few Ie lays laysThe daysThe ays aysThe
The committee which has the th > matter matterIn matterin
In 1 chargr cha ehargeJ J W Houston cntiiriraii cntiiriraiiA lirna lirnaA
A Richter Thomas Homer W V J Hal Halloran Haloran Halloran
loran and E J G Darling Darlingwill will meet Sai SaiUrday SalUrda SaiUrday
Urday or Monday whfn wh < n active steps stepswin stepm stepswm
win m be taken to bring the affair to a asuccessful aSUceellfltUl a3qceeqtuI
successful conclusion conclusionMr CondusionJIao eonlusionMv
Mr I lteary eary gave an outline yesterday yesterdayof y erday erdayat
of what they the hoped t tt ti i accomplish at atonce a aonce atonce
once onceWe
We shall need J125 SI S15sii 5 Ni fl to j feel ft > l justi justified jUf1ltififd jusTills ¬
fied lls d In building the plant he > said If Ifin ifIn IfITI
in the next n xt twenty pr twentyfive t days daysMP daygWf daysve
MP ve > can an rais1 I8t rss < P this I his amount amoun t we V can an com comTlete 1Tlele cornplete
Tlete the work an 101 l be i 1Ult > a aIy ly y for opera operation opera1o per11i ¬
tion 1i 1o Nov 1 1 I belieVf beli ihi this can and andwill andilI and1I
1I will ilI be done Already six x men mEno whose whoseitames whGsenatDei whosenarne
itames I am unable to t mention have havesubscribed haVEtb8crlbed havesibscrIbe4 >
subscribed for a oonsWTahSe consi rahe block of ofstock oftock ofstock
stock and I would not be b surprised urpri ed to toset tofOe Insee
set fOe the full amount subscribed in ten tendays tf tendays > n ndS
days daysWD1 dSWillErect
WD1 WillErect Srect rect Modem Plant PlantWe PlantWe PlantWe
We shall erect a modern plant in infrvery infvery n nE
frvery E ry particular > artlcuJar with every modern modernontrivanee moderntontrlvanee modernuntrlvante
ontrivanee that haw hasbeen been proved a apurcess aUfgg auPpss
purcess uPpss by the big Chicago < o establish establiahpnts establishents
1 ents We shall have a lard factory factorya factorysausage
1 a sausage shop and hide and fertilizer fertilizerDepartments tertlUaerfepartmenUl ferthllerI
Departments I The naked plant outside outsideyf
yf f the expense of securing urlng the site e will willost wiDtnst willst
tnst ost st approximately 155000 55000 OCIO The Tb plans planstor planfor plansfir
for the buildings s have already alreacl71tee alreacl71teedraw been beendrawn beidrawn
drawn drawnFor drawnFor
drawFor
For the fit firot it > t fw f w years we cannot cannotpxppct CnuotfXP cannotexpect
fXP expect tt to be able ah p to operate as econom economalTy eeoBCIInIalTy econornalty
IalTy alTy as the Chicago houses as it will willImpossible will1f willI
1f I > Impossible for us to use up the by byodurts byOdfl4tS
grodurts odurts as successfully as they do dohat dohat dohat
hat Is f we W4 e will 11 not have soap Po glue glueTiM gItwrlf gluer
TiM rlf r 1 hair sandpaper and various ota otal oUtilTartments othTartments
Tartments < l > at least at the start startf lltartmay startma
f may ma y come later To offset tIdantabE thisantage this thisantage
antage however we will have baeanta baTeantbge haverantage
rantage e in freight rates of over overper overper overper
per pound We will buy practi practiiiy praetiV
iiy V at our own doors and save sa the thek thefght thech
k fght fiht ch on livestock to Chicago ChIc We Weill WefiX Weix
ill fix ix our cost at the tb plant Wll1ethey Wll1etheybUgeel whtletheynilged while they theybilged
bilged to add the freight bt of o carry carrybe CatTY CatTYbe carryhe
be dressed beef from Chicago to tofait tot toalt
fait t Lake This will more than make makeY
40 Y T for any deficiency in economy and andi
i w us w < to undersell them by a consid considerable conslderable conaldmargin ¬
erable margin marginBiggest margtnBiggest marginBiggest
Biggest Trouble to Got Stock S Sooks ok okThe
s 1 The plant will have a capacity for forlulling foril11ing for1llAng
lulling OH an average of o 990 head of ofanie of3ftp oftlp
anie tlp 1000 100 head of sheep and 1000 1000li IGOOati
li 7 = acfe of hogs per day We W do not ex exFrt cxrPt x xPt
Frt Pt to do this amount of business the thest thegt thet
st t year ear or two If we slaughter 10 10iead 1 1bfad
3 head of f cattle 50000 50 head of sheep sheepi
11 1 i 20000 head of hogs the first rst year
1 1 f fr r one shall be satisfied The trou troulf trouf trouv111
lf f will not be In disposing diapo ing of o the goods goodsf
f it h lit obtaining the stock The Th farm farm9T3 farms
9T3 Ts s of f Utah have bad little encourage emouragejriint fnou encourageI f fci
jriint ci t I to go extensively ftte Mvely into livestock livestockT3sfng lie1todtl1s livestocksng
T3sfng l1s sng ng Beuitf so far from the market marketth marketII i iith
ith th II the wn < > rtiiity of price and high highfrrglit highfi
frrglit fi f gIn rst they have baJIn preferred > rerrfd to tos toothe I
I
s other I rilmte I 11lt2 If hover they j jrjo
1 1 rjo a ntik n t < r j t T at their doors where wherety vhereaI
ty I < an oifaiTi faiT1 fair vYes te without withouti J
i v inp jn ng tr to jiy j y xorbitaii xt > lbital bita freight fre h t rates ratesy >
y viH v m n a f fw w v year rai r lais ii < e stock stockabunds stockoj stockahund 1
< abunds r 1 H Very V fTY few hoge h are ared arec i iiis
iis c d in liih 1 i Ytt > tt t t with a lit litg tour eourag tourgrnient
ag g grnient < ment m4 > nt i i am an t convinced convinceduld h hy hyld y
Mlld uld ld find i v Yr ry y profitable so soS
S JtSI i 1 am much encouraged encouragedjP encour f d out outII outjg11
II jP < i and can almost t say t tSi con coni eonilr
Si i iT the scheme eme an assured assuredlHouston assuredft assure assurep
ft Houston Tells of Benaf BenafJ Ben BenJ j
J W V Houston when askoj ask ask4lught he heught
thought 4lught ught the advantages advan es or orprprise ortf ornp
tf > prprise np Jri I F would be replied repliedI
I know of no one thing thingd wouldmore would wouldthan
d < more to build up our 6 6I than a ai aI I Ilaking
I asking L kng plant pla ± will beneft beneftuntry ben e i whose whoseib wbolauntry who whoiritry
< untry aronjM arou not onl ib h but butpart butq1 buttqh
7 tqh aTif < > Wyoming WYorru Nevada Nevadaorado part of oftarice 9flrado peI
I lrado as well W I As an anhat tarice of oftake ffhJt ofL
hat L + a packing packlngiplsnt > ta nt will willy W ll cis take the theive tileY
< I y of r Fort Wfrth W Tex Texs ive f years yearsds yeanI
s I it I was a small crorts crortsTnday cr croturt ds town townt townday townThdiy
Tnday day after the establishm eablishm4t t of inchiridustr such suchindustry webi1dustr
industry iridustr it is a thriving city of of4VK ofjI
4VK 4VKI 4 jI jII Nii >
I am satisfied 8tisfi that there will be eat bute eattie
tie 0 e trouble in raising the necessary necessaryriiney necesaryrn
riiney rn ncy Every ore U1 u e that I have talked talkedAh taUredtl
> Ah I seems enthusiastic cnthu iasUc over oVfrtbe ov r the pr prop Pl3ition propC < n nrition >
rition C ition Few if any imagine what whata whatai a aiinent ai
iinent i nptU sucji suc suct a plant will n be beinerease beinereaseIf increase increaseof
of f population J increase Increa < e of wealth in increase ineEe hicrease
crease eEe of work work increase ilJCft > ge of valuation val nation
ftfrs is Elizabeth H IL Thompson Thompsonof
of Uilydale NY Grand Worthy WorthyWise WorthyWise i
Wise Templar and Member of ofWCTU ofVCTD ofWCTJJ
WCTU tells how she recov recovered recovered recoveled ¬
ered by the use of Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkbam 13Pinkliams
Pinkhams s Vegetable Compound CompoundDEAR
I DEAR MRS PcffKHAx DUI I am one oneof oneof oueof
of the many of your vour our grateful friends friendswho friendswho frIendswho
who have been cured thro through h the nee neeCompoiindt UEeof nsaof
of Lydia E E PInkham vegcta Vegetable VegetableCompound blc
Compound and who can today
thank yon for the fine health I IODjoy onjoy I
When I i was thirtyfire years 8alS did I Jsuffered Isu1Iered Isuffered
suffered severe backache and ircipient ireiortbearingdown ircipientbearingdown
bearingdown bt p PDS p as in fact faci I bad badTvornb hadwomb badwomb
womb trouble I was very anxious io ioct 10Jrct o oget
get ct well and reading of the thecures cores your yoorCompound yourCompound yourCompound
Compound had made I decided to try
i it ft 11 I Itocic took only onlysix six botUesbnt bottlesbutitbuiltine bottlesbutitbuiltinevpandenredme it i built me meup meup
up vpandenredme and andcnred cured me entirelyof entirelof eutirelyofmytroubles eutirelyofmytroublesMy my m1tro troubles troublesMy b1es b1esU
U My family and relatives were werenaturally werenaturally werettathrally
naturally as gratified as I was My Myniece Myneee 1 1nifCe
niece neee had heart trouble and nervous nervousprostration nervousprostration nervousrrostration
prostration and wa was considered incur incurrlue incurbl IncurrLIe
rlue bl She tookyour took your Vegetable Com Compoiiad Compcnmd Cornpomd
poiiad and it cured her in a aahortthoe aahortthoeaui abort timean1 time timean
an an1 she became well and strong and andV andaei
V aei er 1 home to ber great joy joyaud and h er bus busrands 1mcands bus1ands
rands delight deligbtwns was blessed with withzbabjr withzbabjrI a b baby y yI
I know of a number of others who whohave w1tolune wbohare
have been cured of different Mads of off off offmale
f nnale trouble and am satisfied eh that thatyour thatvour thatyour
your your Compound is the best medicine medicinefor medicinefO medicinefor
for fO sick sick ck women AIRS ELIZABETH n nTHOMPSON nTuns HrEolfrsoN
Tuns THOMPSON = so Box 106 1 Lillvdalf NY NYQQqfefettf NYiEooq Y Yt
iEooq t > QQqfefettf fKti forica f ertWwrf r cto C i letter proefUg prsiit prsiitdzLbiauacaJ2Jst0pduceL I IfUS
fUS JWjUR dzLbiauacaJ2Jst0pduceL auuat puduclL
and increase of f business bW buzinesnted > iness Jtenaft70er t4 iA iA3road
ted tedroad ed = t i ij
j road Market to be Controlled ControlledThonvis Coutio1fed1JIomaa ontrofle ontroflePhomg
Thonvis Homer Honteralso also spoke s ke of the thegnat tl1E8ftIIt thcgreat
gnat advantages to Salt Lake that thatwould tlxati tlxati1t0UJd tiiatiWauld
would e eqpe eua tffte from oru the b bJIdlft < ildl Udlttg r of smith smitha sihJ sihJa
a plant plantln eitt eittin c cIn
In thee we could e control the meat meatmarket meatmarket meatmarket
market from Butte on the north to toGrund toGruJId toLnnd
Grund Junction on the south and from fromNevadavto trotaNevadaAo fromNevadgto
Nevadavto central Wyoming be said saidSalt saIdSIt saidSuIt
Salt Lake to the natural center of dis distribution distribution dstrlbution ¬
tribution for all tills territory territoryWbea territoryWhen territoryWhen
When asfc asked d d as to th the location of the theplant theplant theplant
plant Mr 4r Homer replied repliedIn rtcplieduIn
uIn In locating tiJIg a packing plant four fourthing tourtbinaa fourthings
thing must be taken takeninto takenintotion Into cow cowUon a ation
tion Water supply adequate adequateage adequateace < l lage
age railroad facilities and a place V VftcIeItUy stif stiffleisatly Bf BfnetenUy
netenUy distant from the residence por portion portIoIa pertlon ¬
tion of thecity to avoid ail coMpflca coMpflcations c1cations lca lcatJon8
tions or suits for damages OK the theground tlteKIOund theground
ground of being g anuisance I know of ofI ofbut ofbut
I but one locality that answers ftDSWm ail aIItheie aIItheierequirements these theseI hcsa hcsarequthexnents
I requirements and that is the tb tbaround territory trttyaround
I around the hot spring This Will VII tavi VIIdoubtedly t tdoubtedly
i doubtedly bo l the location on The value valuethe v Yahlaaf Yahlaafthe l et etthe
the land there is comparatively small smdland smallaatt smiland
and this is s another confederation con eonderatio eratien I Ibelieve Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe that in a few years we will see seea IIeea seea
a pod sized town built out near hot hotsprings Otsprings hotsprings
springs springsA
A Richter said saidEvery saidEvery Id IdEvery
Every householder and every tax taxpayer taxpayer taxpayer
payer will be benefited 1 by the enter enterprise enterprise enterprize ¬
prise It will build up the city increase increasethe
the value of property propertyincrease Increase largely largelythe larcebthe largelythe
the population and lower taxes Every Everyconsiderable Eve17considerable Everyconsiderable
considerable property holder Should otild b bwilling be bewilling bewilling
willing and glad to subscribe su to stock stockand stoekand stockand
and I believe they will Here is 18chance a achance achance
chance for Salt Lake to shake off u the theold theold theold
old clothes of a country city and tee teecome 1tecome become
come a metix me metioroitan > roMtan center e ter To say saythat aythat y ythat
that this tbi alone alo e would w Jld < increase etDe the pep pepu pepulation popUlation
u ulation tat ion of our city ity yW9f cA1 do not ntththk ntththkwould ttJdDk ttJdDkwoul think thinkwould
would he an extravagant extra nt prediction predietioI
I J Dopn DnrnLn n ReavL said saidSuch saJduc ssidtuch
Such uc an industry will be an ever everlasting eVlaoltin everIating ¬
lasting laoltin < benefit to the city and to mfalmers te tefarmers th thfarmers
farmers of the state It will give dvp e em empoyment r rI
I poyratm p to a large number of men menj Dienud eu euand
j and that means ntI pro It will wBIi w willhelp l lII9Ip
i help every business buah man increase I reeae the thebank thebaak thebank
bank clearings and give a general im impetus ImpetHs 1stpeflis ¬
petus to business businessIt bu ess essnIt
nIt It is L a cold hard business proposi proposition proPOItfon preposition ¬
tion declared J 1 C Cutler However HoweverI
I believe from what I know kDo of it that thatit thatit thatIt
it can be Made de a success sun We must mustcommence musteommenee mustcommence
commence slowly and feel our way wayalong wayalone wayalong
along If it Is conservatively c < managed managedand t D8gedand
and thorough business methods tb0di8 are em employed employM emptoyed ¬
ployed I think a business can be grad gradually gradually gradvafly ¬
ually built up that will 111 be a credit to tothe to1bt tothe
the city and state stateDIVORCE ata stateDIVORCE te tet teDIVORCE
t
DIVORCE NEVER GRANTED GRANTEDMrs GRANTEDirrsf
irrsf Mrs IT N Rasmuasen 2 Makes akes an TJncom TJncomfortable Unc Uncomfortable m mfortable
fortable Disoovery DisooveryMrs
Mrs I Niel iel Rasmnaeen 6en teamed yester yesterday yesltrdeJ yesterday ¬
day much to her kesnrpC surprise that she i inot Is Isnot isnot
not divorced alUt al although sh Jier husband husbandmarried husballdaaaJThd husbsndmarried
married another woman last October Octoberlaboring Octo Octolaboring OctobSrlaboring
laboring under the impression that be bewas liewas bewas
was free f to embark upon the sea a of ofmatrimony Ofmatrimony ofmatrimony
matrimony matrimonyThe
The mistake occurred through a mis misunderstanding misun nilsunderstanding ¬
understanding un of tile divorce court courtrules eourtrules courtrules
rules by the miamated wife and hue hueband husband busband
band In 1101 Mrs RaaonsflBen eu brought broughtsalt broughtsnit broughtsuit
salt for divorce The salt It was referred referredto
to a referee who made the recom recommendation recommendation recummendation ¬
mendation to the court that the prayer prayerof
of the woman be granted Before the thedecree thed thedecree
decree d could be filed and the divorce divorcebecome divorcelegal divorcebec
bec become me legal certain rtaln fees had to be bepaid beNeither bepald
paid paidNeither Neither Mr nor MraURasnusaen MnlRa UMen un understood undentOGd usderstood ¬
derstood it it both thinking the recam recammeodation recJmrneedation recoinmedadoi
meodation of the ref rtf5roe ree ee settled their tbeirdlOcnlUes
dlOcnlUes d IUea Laboring La1torl < under undertllat that belief beliefMrrjtasnttMsen beliefMrBasmen beiletMrRsmusaen
MrrjtasnttMsen so it is saidmarried saidmarriedagtttn said married marriedagala
agtttn last October and is now resid residing resk1iD resldlug ¬
lug < in the western part of the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The first Mrs Basmusaen Ba discovered discoveredthe
the p fredicsment > llcament ment she and her husband husbandare uabandare uebandare
are in by asking lng her attorney to inter interest intercot ¬
est himself in her h r behalf In some IDe prop property proprty property ¬
erty rty to which hicb sae si J < says abe be has an in interest tDtelMt intereat ¬
terest An inv In Invtgat1o tg tgfttton tlo of the tbeflretted files ler lerelIcited
elIcited the fartthat fa fact ilttlat the t decree f di divow ellvOftllo4 div
vow vOftllo4 v tad ha4qe ne nereferees M lMbpesa tIe1 tHreferees
referees tee teeFOUND r es4beveeen es4beveeenr w er J
J r 1
FOUND DEAD AD IN BED BEDBenjamin BEDI3ezijamin I IBeja1D
Beja1D Benjamin l Rvpe BuperlDi B4Iperl J f s Suddenly Evl Evldeatiy EviI Evideatjr
deatiy of Heart eart Failure railureBenjamm FailureBenjamin I
Benjamin Rupeitt Rupt > aged 38 IL formerly formerlya formerl formerla
a eook ook k at the RoVal dare fe was found founddead founddead
dead in bed last evfcntog evt in ate room In Inthe litthe 11 11e
the e Union house 2C3 3 So South Ch Main ft street streetDeath
Death was trm natural naturiLleauaes causes the po police poice ¬
Ice think evidently heart disease As Asfa Asfar 1
fa far r as known own the man had h no relatives relativesin I
in this tl sectJenof aectton of the country
Mr Rupert who had not been work workI workbig worksteadily I
I big K steadily for some time bad been i ito i itn
tn the habit of sleeping 8Iee until about 1 1oclock 1qdeck 1Qcleek <
oclock in the afternoon Yesterday he hedid i i
did not rise as usual and about aboutoeiock 7 7olelock I Io
olelock o lock Mrs Sarah Goss G as s who run nDII the I IhOUR
house became beca apprehensive apprehEn Ye About boot 1 1oclock If Ifoclock 10oclock
oclock when Whenfr Mr Rupert did ctitTJaot Aot ap appear a apear I
pear she had P F GOBS investigate
the t e matter He looked over a a transom transomtered transemand om I Iand
and sa f1lJKrt topert dead in bed He en I Iteled
tered the theroom room through another anoth door doorA t
A close examination ff the body
showed that Mr Rupert had his right
hand tightly clutMied over Jiis jd heart
A Uttte blood had oozed from the themonth theJDOtIth themouth
month slightly 51 f b U staining the sheet It
Is thought Mr Rupert was taken with withan withan withan
an attack of heart failure and died be ¬
fore he realised real how precarious was as
hi ctoDd1 osdltiou
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OFFICERS OFFICERSTO TO LEAVE LEAVEPour LEAVEFour LEAVEPour
Pour Are to be betaferrea Trawrferrea Pr From FromFort FromFort m mPert
Fort Douglas DowlasThe Doql Doqlrhelast
rhelast The last number of the Army and
Navy Register R contains e ataIDs te fce Informa Information information informslion ¬
tion that four of the o 0ers < Vteia at the therpost thepost thepoet
rpost post are to leave here J 1 the th eo early earlya earlyautumn arJyaatumB
autumn a tumn They are traaaftirVed d from tromtne fIODItJJe fromthe
the Twentysecond battery of field fieldartillery fieldartillery fieldartillery
artillery eacl to a different c company
of coa eoast t artillery artilleryLieutenant artm artmLitutenant artilleryLieutenant
Lieutenant Henry Ii nry B Tar who wbowill whovill vvbowill
will be a captain by b tae time the or orsvcond orr orr
r r rakes effect t goes to ae NI NIolld Ninety Ninetycompany
svcond olld company of coast artillery artillerywhich artilleryvhjcfl
which hkn is stationed at Hao40S8 LTtir LTtirtnant L7 L7tn L Ltnant
tnant tn nt Adna G Clarke Clarkeis is transferred transferredo
0 the H Sixlievenlh Sixt seventh company of coast coastartillery roasta coastartillery
artillery a at the Presidio Lieutenant LlegtenantVjllsm e t
William P Platt is transrerred to the I
Twentythird company of coast artil arUlat ¬
lery at Fort McKinley in Maine and I
Lieutenant John Anderson Berry goes
to the Eightyfifth company of coast coastartillery ooaatartillery coastartillery i
artillery in Manila ManilaROWLAND aJI ManilaROWLAND
JI I IROWLAND
ROWLAND HALL CATALOGUE CATALOGUETwentyThird CATALOGUETwentyThird CATALOGUETwentyThird
TwentyThird Annual ual Edition Fine PineSample FineSample FineSnple
Sample Printers Craft CraftThe CraftTb CraftThe
The Tb twentythird annual catalogue of ofRowland ofRowiand ofRowland
Rowland Hall has just come fromthe fromtheprinters from the tlteprln theprinters
printers prln rs bands and is ready for dis distribution distribution dietributlon ¬
tribution by the faculty of that insti institution ¬
tution of learning It Is tb the most com comprehensive coiuprehensive ¬
prehensive and expensively expet18hi eJ7 gottenup
book ever issued by ih ue school The sOV govera ov oveni
era are a cream white heavy 11 pape papeenckwingr pa pazeenclosing
enclosing thirtytwo pages P es of printed printedmatter printedmatter printedmatter
matter on Holland paper paperInterspersed paperInerspersed
Interspersed In IBJe1M4 are a number of line
halftone halftoa photographs of the exterior
and interior int of the aeneol besides
glimpses e of the grounds and ad a Vista of
the city from the tMlawa lawn of the institu i ¬
then The second picture in the book is
a J striking in Hk likeness hIkeue esB of the late Bishop
Ahi Ablel i Leonard who to was wasrector rector of the theflschool
school at the tune ttrn of his death deathon 4ethPERSONAL deathPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALJ
J Ki Kiese el fir Ogden WaIlS in the city
on business IMI yesterday yesterdayWilliam ycsterdtyWilliam esterda esterdaWUIIam
William I D > Risbel ru bf1 of Cast Castilla ilia SfHlncs SfHlncswas Spijugswas
was w in Salt Lake OB business yestcnUyT yestcnUyTJobnQ HStw4ay
JobnQ John Q CritchlQw secretary retat of tbeTJtak
Credit Mens association who hag ia bees beesat btIeJI beenat
at St Aathony tbol1YI4 Idaho bo on buelri buOlness wilt wiltantve wfRaniv
aniv to the city today todayC < i iC
C B B Henderson Benl rvo a mining man l fc
San JraiKlseo ia registered at the Otnlen OtnlenDr eiftDr QuenDr
Dr F 1f t Stootp at u Blnghan Junctlcn Junctlcnis
is Stopping at the Wilson n n on his way wayhotae wayho ar arhoe
hoe ho from the tb St lAuis fair fairSports fairSrts
011 011Sportt
Sports contests and anduibee I tim Mac Malabee Maeabee
abee day Fridfty 11 It alU r
SIARTS ts ouiro IJim Ilm > B BE F BUTA l r < fA t R1DSMAID I s II1 II
t fANI tANDBEbOMEs > c = BFTIfJM ESc8R1D BRlWui1 ceo < Nt GIRL lR LffffEID LffffEIDceo FRIilD 1
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p pTen liJsJ it Ixnifee Lou Loflls ts Gordon Gon on left iftro iftro5tu for forSaft rot1 rot1Saftsllake
Saft 5tu Saftsllake pike ke trih wflhil5s Miss Etta M Maan of ofTucJwjp ofTuokr 1 1TuakU
TucJwjp several sev days ago to act as asjatters the theletters UleS
letters S bridesmaid in h her r wedding w to toTVarren toWarien 1 1WrtfD
TVarren G Sypbut a RioGrande nio GraJlde tele telegraph fel felgraph idegraph
graph operator op rater she little thought that thatwithin thatwltbln thatwithin
within f ftrty rtyeight lght hours UJ she too toowoakJ toowould toowould
would in > a bride In tad there was wasno waain
no in reaarm I for r dreaming of such h a athtog awhen aUilkg
thtog when her aterriase e to BSsg 13 Bdntrd BdntrdIM ard ardM rd rd1M
1M IM M Mooar aRItoo a flOrnde Rk > Grande e conductor conductorhad conductorI uetor uetorbad
I had already aI1ea ylt heenffdt beeff eJJs s C fOr September SeptemberOHtibe septemberOBli11e SeptemberI
I OHtibe Os Vbe oar reomlng coming down from Tuck Tucfcer Tucker Tucker
er 3ws tevogM1ss < BV Y9J Miss Mann got busy As Asthe 45tJt Astat
the tat taht rafiir pulled out she observed id idJiltae t toMIm
Jiltae 11 Gordon that it would seem rather ratherJoeesogie ratherJAe1 ratherioueine
Joeesogie JAe1 for r her to be returning il1J alone aknsewhile alonewhile e ewltfle8he
while wltfle8he ale herself and Warren would wouldbe wouldf wouldbe
f be enjoying enQ > 1og their honeymoon h That Thatof ThatI Thatof
of course was only nJy natural for oneto onetoremark one to toremark toremark
remark remarkAt remarkAt remarkAt
I
At Thistle Miss Mf Mann went ent a little littlefarther Utt1a1td littlef5rtber
farther and observed otI how nice it itwmfid ItwlRtId Itwvtfkt
wmfid have been h If the weddings could couldhsveDeen couldl1Yebeen couldlteve
hsveDeen lteve teen arranged for the same date dateAs dateAhe date4lt
As Ahe > the he train puffed out of Prevo she shewODdared sheWODd shewoiKiaced
wODdared WODd how Miss Gordon could eouldb eouldbwnttngt bfe bfewflffng b bwflftngto
wflffng wnttngt to wait until September fer ar her herwaddrog nerd herwedding
wedding d ceftDlOny ceremony By that time Mr Mratid MrI1If Mrand
and Mr Mrs I1If Warren GL G Syphu would be besettled bettIed beeettiot
settled ttIed and enjoying the comforts of ofa ofGme ofa
a home and married life IieMiss 1 1Mtoe J JMIe
Miss Gordon wag beginning to toweak toweaJ
weak weaJ
1 1NE
aUNG MAN HAS GUARDIAN APPOINTED APPOINTEDSO
SO SOrJE HE CAN GANTAKEUNTO TAKEUNTO T AKE UNTO HIMSELF A WIFE Wt E
Frank FrankSimcic Simcic of Murray I i went w to toCOB toCOBslMrabie con considerable considerable ¬
siderable OUb trodbleto t get married yes yestreday yestreday yestreday
treday alc af aIernoon < rnoob to Mfee Hansena C CBluhm CI CBluhm
Bluhm also of that place The young youiigman youngman oulJIJDaJI
man is only 19 years y of age and did didnot didnot didnot
I not kirtw 1 lie could not be married in inUife InUlis inthis
this country without the consent ofhis of ofhis ofhis
his parents or guardian The former formerlive formerlive
1 live in tl tIe old country so permission permissionfrom permIonI permissionfrom
from them was out of the Question Questionj QUeStionDeputy tiolJ tiolJDeputy
j I Deputy County Clerk D B Davies Daviesi Daviessuggested
i suggested su ested to the couple that theylay theylaytheir the they lay laytlt laytheir
their tlt r troubles before County Attorney AttorneyJ I IJ
J J Whitaker WhitakerWLen WhitakerWLen 1 1Um
WLen Um the facts ts in the caee were wereHISMIND WereSJA1f wereSIAT
SJA1f NrVSHJS NrVS
HISMIND HJS H MIND UNBALANCED UNBALANCEDWilliam
William Nielson is Committed Committedts
ts Asylum to Cool Ardor ArdorFor ArdorFOf ArdorFoP >
For FOf Young Lady LadyRichfteld LadyL LadyRichfield
Richfield chfleJd July 14Wttliam Nfeteoa of ofi oftom ofthis
i this L city was ordered yesterday to be betaken betaken betaken
taken to the mental hospital b taA at Provo by
J Wiliest Ogden n chairman of the bi tard rd of ofcomity 4 4connty efcounty
comity commissioners before whom be bewas bewas bewa
was wa examined exam for iD Insanity lty
Judre J Jud e ChMeater a few weeks weeklago ago bad badMr bedMr
Mr Ir Ktelson up for the same purpose and andhe andhe andbe I
he was ordered to be kept ke t under watch watchof watchor watchof
of the city marshal and district attorney attorneynetBJC att attorfleyI rDey 1 1I
I and if he should agal agali show an any signs s of o obeIs i iI
I et beIs netBJC unsafe he was as to be taken takeseharge n ncharge I
charge On the former occasion it was wasshown WaghGw1a wasshuwn
shown that he h persisted in annoying acnoylnMiss IlD071DMilia annoyingMiss
Miss Elida Olson a young lady of this thiscity OItscity thiscity
city with bis attentions He was s re released re relea ieleased ¬
leased lea ed only on the condition that t ne neWould Deouhl neWould
Would ouhl cease ce3 annoying aI1no J and trying to pay payany PA Payany
any aD attention to her herLast MrLast herLast
Last week however he sent tn the > < > young younglady younglad younglady
lady a letter in which he demanded an
i Interview srith ith her 1Mrw M sad also stated that thatIns thatbe
Ins meant ant irnrinmisjriuX aeII rJf If she did net meet meetttfcr meetske meetbl
bl eke ksa ttfcr e i ier rat mis was wasrtaken
wast
t
G6er er Ktawra 11 oe a a nHMK t ne was wastaaven W Wtakett
rtaken taaven aad nd lctd lAdMiH p3a Ja the county O untylnt jell jaQJvntfl jelltntil
vntfl h he could have aeower another Bearing BearingAt be rtn
At the tb hearing he Wednesday several Wit wltn Witntses witresses
ntses n sses and lId himself > 1f were examined One Oneof Oneof
of the witness stated that he had re remarked re remarkfd remarked ¬
marked in a barber shop apparently to tohimself tohi1I1lf tohimself
himself that he would fix that girl and andfix andfix andfix
fix her 1propE proper r When int interrogated rroft ted as asto 5 5to
to whom he referred ferrecl he said none of ofyour ofyoar ofyour
your business It was also brought b ht out outthat outthat
that be was released from his mission missionabout mISOiOnabout
about a year ago a n because bfoca of infatuation infatuationfor
for ladles whom he would meet in the themission theml8elon themission
mission field field3tr field4r
3tr 4r Nieison N 1son seems to be perfectly ration rational ¬
al a on all matters except that be imagines imaginesthat imaginesthat imagineSthat
that Miss Olson is enticing hint on hi a aflirtation
flirtation When asked why he persisted persistedin
in paying any V attention to Miss Olson Olsonwhen Olsenbe en enwbftt
when be had been instructed by the theOert thecourt
court < not to do so be said that when she shesaw sitesaw shesaw
saw him OH the street she would wi wink wtakat winkat k kat
at Mm and otherwise othenbe1rY try to drawhisat drawhisattftttioa drawhlsatt t tteittlon
tftttioa t Mine Olson and an others stated that thathe thatOhf thathe
Ohf he had not t given him a word or sign stensinrr signsInr n nnN
sinrr nN the former hearing t that cooH be beconstrued teOn3ttt becnnstrtd
On3ttt construed a ae aay eneeueagement ent eneoatogei eoDHnt ent whatever what whatever Irhatfrer
ever On the other hand she had tried triedto triedto
to avoid him in every v ry way Dr the Herbert Herbertand Herbertand Herbertand
and McGregor rc iceImSeflded lIU8erlIfed m ewed that he be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed where fc be could not sec Altos Ol Oltreatntent QIWIt 01son
WIt and where Jae cbuld u1a get a eourMf eourMftftoatmenL course of oftieatineut
treatntent And therefore > be wa was wasdeied or ordered or ordf ¬
fed df > to be sent to the asylum at PrOVO ProroThis P PrOVOThis Q QTbi
This Tbi cion was wa takes to prevent p yent any anysible pds pdssibe p pslble
sibe harm that be mJgpt D1g t do to Miss Ol Olson 01 01NteJson 01SOT
son sonMr Mr Nielson does not exhibit any au harm harmful harmful j jful
ful was but becoire mondy 1IMJftd and 1Id dog dogOndent despon4ieltt < te tepondent
pondent and it was feared that be bein mlg inigld inigldto t j jin
in one of these moods 110 o sometliing metJai g gPenLtt dew dewpetals e eperate
petals j
PAYSON 3TBWS NOTES NOTESPayson NOTESPaYIn NOTBSPav5cn
Payson July 14 George A Peery Peeryof
of the t h school bearS has com compietcd COllIpietro cornpItt
pietcd pItt of taking the school census censusof ceRMIBof censuSof
of this district dl ct The morns show an en enrollment eRroIbIwnt enrolhment ¬
rollment of T 111 children which In a fall fallfat fal1fIII fallIng
fat off ef fifty naaizs n over the enumera enumeration e enumeration UBteI UBteItionof ¬
tion tionof of bustyear bustyearSteps 1aI5t lastyesrSteps y ar arSle
Steps l are being b taken to institute a ahigh ahigh
high h school here A ainttt J ntJI grade was wasoperated wasotKlaaM wasoperated
operated In the pnblJc schools last year yearand
and also o will be taught tauitW this year yearenabliofr t1Naa t1Naapupils theaenabling <
enabling pupils to take t k O be lb e first year yearhigh YHrhlm yearhigh
high school course < ant soil remain at athome atbOIlle athome
home homeAt bOIlleAt homeAt
At the school election t Monday Otto OttoKrtendcoa OttoBrl Ottol0tMndo
Krtendcoa Brl ftCleea wa was elected e tetl to sucrsec 8u 1 himself bteisettto
to the he porttion tIon of trustee t for the en enstrine en8air ensuing
suing three th tht years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Payson dty coancil has fixed the thecitytax thectty thecity
citytax city ta tevy leT on 3O2SH = 1237 I1 Aaaeaaabte blc prep 9nperty P1OPttty preperty
erty within he 1 corporate lUnlte J at atmilts i im Imills
milts m ls on the dollar divided as follows followsThree followsTbre fellowsThree
Three and a half mills contingent conting Ult nt U Umills 1f1i l lmills
mills for streets ts 2 mills for s ater purposes purposesand Ji purposeand rpeeea rpeeeaand
and 1 m mIIl l to defray electric light ex expenses cxposses ¬
posses JenS The estimated expense of ron ronntn rtnifling
ntn fling the city government tee fiscal fi l year yeareasing yerending
easing iXseember SI next are areA e Itw ItwA 8tto 8ttoA
A moonlight < lIt excursion will b be ran u to toCastflla toCsstifla
Castflla Springs next Saturday under the theausptees theatsiles
ausptees of the Payson Silver band bandCharlie b DdrUe nandCharlie
Charlie rUe Craircns was struck atr ck a severe severeMow everew severeblow
Mow w in the forehead d Tuesday with an anal analwftr ax axvMk as asbe
vMk > be was chopping eb pptng wood The ax hit hita bitelolbell hitclothes
a clothes line and glanced Gia ed Several Severalctitcnes 8eftlal8tJtdtes Severalstitches
stitches were taken to se ses I < up the ugly uglywound uglyW uglywound
W woundThe wound woundThe undThe
The little child of Herb Strong who got gothold gotbold
hold of the lye can and attempted to eat eatSiune eatN eathhe
Siune hhe of the poison is out of f danger da and andretting 041 041getting
retting atone as well eltas as could be expected expectedA
A warty of young Y people peo left here to toMy to tody
My for Bhranstn7wyo 1baD 3vsnsti tCII Wyq w where re they tile have havea
a contract which vtjtt engage them six sixweeks sixweeks sixtveks
weeks putting up hayT hayTOver ha haOver has hasOver
Over MO JJckete d keis were sold over the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrands
Grande railway te t Salt Lake today en ena enaecoufit
eecouat a ou t of tb the Sunday school excursion excursionPEOVO eXcursloPROVO excursionaovo
PROVO aovo NEWS WS NOTES 2TOTESProve NOTESProve NOTESProve
Prove JalyM July4TlI TH Reynolds repre representing TePre TePreseJtiD represettIng ¬
settIng E H Rollins t Sons of Deer Demreris
is In Prove ProveWMBam Pro ProWilliam ProveWilliam
William Strong bag ae master at t the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande Gra Western West rn hid bill left foot footbadly footIMilly footbedly
badly smashed Ited by a trunk fatting en it itthto ittJdIJ Itthis
this morning meraincThe morningThe
The Womens Bepubilcaa Bepuldleandull club will have havetM haveIt havean
tM outing outinct L Cast cal1la ilia on the end Our Governor Gvvemor Ourttior ¬
ernor WellS Senators S Kearns K earns add Smoot Smootn Smootcorigressluan
corigressluan n BoweD Hon George Suther SutherL atherJ rutherkjd
J L Postmaster r Thomas and many other otherprominent otheriIOR otherprointneiit
prominent t Republicans Re have been in iavited invited inriled
vited to attend attendJiUss attendJI1M attcndbUss
bUss Nellie Roylance sister of Mayor MayorRoylance Ma7OrnOylanee Mayorfloylance
Roylance underwent und rwent a successful opera operatton operat1Gft operatiost
tton for su a internal affliction at the theProvo leo the170v0
Provo 170v0 o general eReIllJospftal hospital today todayPABOWAIT todayP todayABowAN
PABOWAIT P RoWAN NEWS NOTES NOTESPar hOTESt NOTESPtriwu
Ptriwu Par t wa mq r fJ Jabr 12 1LutSat1lrday ItLast Last Satwdav the theftratars thefnn thefrmru
fnn ftratars And o their eir wives about JIll l per persons perlIOns persons
sons took tooka a ride down < to toe experiment experimenttan
tan I a fl about four miles tles west of town townt towntJok t tJ to to1iG3
J Jok > ck at the crops and al ale Is to hfe bear r Pro Profoy ProL ProLft ProLftnor
ft ftnor foy ir jsrdfne rdIne exptaia a tn tnp maoner IDIUIRtrUr IDIUIRtrUr11tinPftlgt of ofarrt ofntivat
11tinPftlgt < ntivat tIbrdiftern TI klud kiu kiuarigta r f frj
arrt arigta rj grMm 1 tt ttthe r art Jrtreir1tp Jrtreir1tplhcHlortdtn rTresi res rsg rTud rTudthceondltiggt jgni jgnia
lhcHlortdtn the uontildea a of tiifc tiifctt Lh crops was w very skP s
>
At A iAmericah ii Fork shesp sh sheworiCred sheworiCredEd W 1ldtra 1ldtraEd nJfteji If IfSbiBewhSrebetween
Ed woufabe would bewilling wIlling
SbiBewhSrebetween Sonutvh om wh re rsbetwcon tween Aineriran uneri erin an Fo F Fork tiG g gand
and BingTiai Junction upCtlon Bupid stepped steppedIn steppedin t pped
In at at an iinlbltea UI 1 008 station ta tlonit it irJsht aaSfr aaSfrbeen h haceboen tf tfbeCl1
been the ep pschblogi chologicat a moment momt > nt As Asreached A Aatt Aan
att an BinIhl rate tjhon M thf the Tunction lun Lion waS waSrclted cua cuareached
reached iMIs Mist G Gard Gqdnt Bdoj Bdojthat Jb w WS tulte < SUN
that She shesho sholiia shoild Id inot inotber not tcnltiptll ptiI S Sentern SenternI ptem
I ber tocha to chanlfe chane e her na naWien n nam n to tOfmr tOfmrW
When W en Murray rraYwn ira was B BbridestobA reached che the iW two twobrldeztob
bridestobA brlde5to bl w were e1e discussing a s ing wedtitn wedtitndresses Weddintlm ng ngdrestes
dresses anat an the time tlm arid nd dpIae place of the thecereniony then theceremonY
ceremonY ceremonYOn s sI >
I On n this iplnlb isInt ntth they nd imd and Mr Sypnnaj SyphufI Sypnnajand
I and Mr 2ipoir da ooir easily agreed The Thaceremony n Theceremony
ceremony was iytsperormed iP erforinea rfO fII1 d yesterday aftt afttFltzpatriclclbf a aft aftI tt i it
t I ernoon i iflthe e apartilents Qt Mrs MrsFltzpatric E EFltzpatriccof
Fltzpatriclclbf Fltzpatric t the Q1 I Ifittfipetsdence a dence hou house bOt153ab housei s sby
i by b Rev 3en3amin enjamfn Toting of the First FirstMethodiafchurcfi FjrsI First3lethodht
I Methodiafchurcfi Metbodi5 cl1urcli church Miss Mann was Sgowned
I gowned 11 white cr crepe de chine and anrtmsc andMiss
Miss Gordon don wore a dainty white Whf te crfepe crfepeThefceremony crpeTheceremony pe peI
I Thefceremony The = eremony was witnessed by ny about abouta aboutarl
a d ilzen ° zen z n friends of the theprinclpa1s principals and sijdof andofjtrs d I
of o ofjtrs arl airs Its Fitzpatrick who wh has hasfor for many manyye m many manyyelzrs 117 117y
ye y yelzrs rs known Mr Sfooar SfooarJThi 3100arRhi foar foarJThd
JThi young women wpme 1 were accompanied accompaniedfjom accompantef accompaniedtiom
f fjom om Tucker i h by > 3 Mrs rs Mable wife of offhe pffnehe ofI
I fhe fnehe j trainmaster tr fnmaster at that point The Theacquaintance lb lbualntance Thecqua1ntance
acquaintance ualntance between Miss Mann asifl asiflMr
j Mr r Syphus began wh while e the former b bs
fejisemployed asemployed s employed In one of the companys companystelegraph eompanystet companyst5lCgraph
telegraph tet graphtatiortsBoth stations Both couples leave leavetdday le letlwI v vt
I day t on a honeymoon hone moon tour I
laid before him he suggested to Mfi MfiSlmclc 31 31Simeic tri triSimcie
Slmclc that 1 he have some due ne ap appointed a apoInted appointed
pointed as his guardian and then thensecured tbe tbeI thensecured
I secured his consent cons em to be mUTledJ mUTledJSchnener married Jess JessSchneller Je JeScbneller
Schneller a friend rlendoC of the couple who wijocame wUocame whocame
came up from Murray to wltnesstha wltnessthaceremony witness the theceremony tileceremony
ceremony said he would act the thexart thexartof part partof Jartof
of guardian It was then necessary ne essary to tocall tocan tocall
call upon Judge Hall of the probate probatedivision probatetUlfcton probatedivision
division of the court He consented eo l lappoint to toappoint toappoint
appoint Mr Schneller guardian of orSlmcic Ms MsSImcic ildrShock
Shock which hlch he did without any anie anielay de delay tIelay ¬
lay Then the marfetge license 1icen vfas vfasprocured Wtsprocured s sprocured <
procured and the two were made ma maand men mmtand menand
and wife wifefactory wifefactory
factory facto Yto to all concerned PdThey They loOk loOkmnrkabJy re remarkably remarkably ¬
markably well considering ihe he very n1 lwtYesterday hot hotdry hotdry
dry windy weather weha webve had of ofYesterday ii iiYesterday
Yesterday was election OIIGay 4a > for a 8truEtee atrustee seteot seteottrustee
trustee There wad w wst TtR Wioes 7 ballots cast a alight vf vfliRht
light vote ote WllferSBay Wllfu Wilford Du Republican had UI5f
57 John W Bentley Democrat had SO so soMr OII soMr
Mr II Day succeeds himself its trustee trusteeTft trust trustTkM trustee1t
Tft TkM Matliersen tter n fa aUy tIy a ar holding holdingreutdon holdt hoIdtIreunion
reunion today tod y hens HL h tb Ute opera house bousethere bOVSflbere housethere > 1
there is quite a large family of them th one oneof oneof oneof
of the seas having bariu recently come here herefrom befrom herefrom
from Scotland and he had not notseen seen one oneor OIJeGT
or 0 two of his brothers for i nearly mrly rly fifty fiftyyears fiftyyears fiftyyears
years
ta ta1AID 4 0 0AID
PAID AID HIS HI FINE FINEMilwaukee FINEMilwaukee FINEMilwaukee
Milwaukee Boodler Heturned and andTook andTook andTook
Took His Medicine 11redicineMhvauk MedicineMilwaukee 1tedicineMIlwaukee
Milwaukee July 14 HFormer Former Soper Sopervlsor SOPerisor SuiettIsor
vlsor Joseph Jose h Schnnck against wtom wtomindictmfents wtomIndfctm wLomindictments
indictments Indfctm nts charging eha ng bribery in con connection connection coPneetlon ¬
nection with the awarding aannn of county countycontracts ccurtycontracts eouitycontracts
contracts were returned by the last lastgrand la lastgrand t tgrand
grand Jury returjieaT from Colorado to today todav today ¬
day and ld delivered himself to the thei thesh thesheriff
i sheriff sh rift Schunck entered a plea of ofguilty ofgullty ofguilty
guilty to the two indictments in the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal court and was watCsentenced p sentenced 10 10pay topay o opay
pay a fine of 1001 IOOfr and 41 costs or serve serveone serveyear serveone
one year in prison He paid the fine fineSchunck finfScbunck fineSchunck >
Schunck left Milwaukee several severalmonths severalmonths VEtaJ VEtaJrnonths
months ago since which time Urn he h has hasbeen lIasbeen hasbeen
been employed by bya a mining miningand and milling millingcompany j jcompany
company in Colorado ColoradoSpetamiBT Colora Coloradoe ColoradoSUSPECtfl1N o
e ca caSUSPEC1h1N
SUSPEC1h1N JAIL JAILW JAThSpqq4l
SpetamiBT WtsHu W W51b4 July 14 ItGeorge ItGeorgeiIit Georpc GeorpcSttipife neorJlcIJ1j
IJ1j Sttipife iIit arrSMrt rt tier 1t l ltl t night ht I In jc jcauagln f fm
m auagln Moit n ef befog be1u one of the men who whoheld whoheld 11t 11thetduti
held hetduti up a Northern Pacific train near nerrBearmouth neirBe nearBeatmouth
Bearmouth Be rt1lQuth is still in jail awaiting awaitingfurther a aajtIngfurther waitingfurUer
further evidence AS to his bi identity identHyThe identityThe identityThe
The police are seeking klng a man > who whocame whocame whocame
came here with tb Wilson on but ut so far farwithout farwitbout farwithout
without success successfc successj successYour
j fc J > Your Straw Hat HatIs RatIs BatIs
Is pi p pibably bably dirty tora or cracked by bythis bythis bythis
this time Do not finish nls the summer summerwith j jwith i iwith i
with It 1t when we are offering every everystraw everystraw i istraw i
straw hat that we have at half the theregular theregular
regular prices pricesBROWN pricesBROTN pricesBROWN f
BROWN TERRY TERRYWOODRUFF WOODRUFF CO
166 Main Maf afR Street StreetCheerfully I ICheerfully
e c cCheerfully I
Cheerfully Recommended For Eheu Eheumatism Rheumatism Bheumatisni
matism j jO I
O G Higbee Danville lit ntwrftes ntwrftesDec TIEDec writes writesDec
Dec 2 1901 About tw tWean two years ago I Iwas Iwas Ivan
was laid up for four months with rheu rhieumatism j jmatism im
matism m tism I tried Ballards Snow Lint Llniomentone Lintmont i iment
omentone mont one bottle cured me I lean leancheerfplly can cancheerfully cancheerfihly
cheerfully recommend it to ail suffering sufferingfromtlie i ifrom ifrom111e
from from111e the affliction 25c B He c LW Sold Soldby Soldby
by Z C M I drug o department departmento I t
OVER THE LAKE BY RAIL RAILExcursion RAILExcursion RAILExcursion
Excursion Sunday SundayText SundayTextSpec1 Next NextSpecial ext extSpecihi
Special i tdn t tin leaves Oregon Short ShortLine SJft ShortLIn rt rtL1n
Line L1n depot 93a m Sunday SU y f for r Mid MidLake
Lake and return Round trip only only5L50
5L50 UiOo Special l returning retuntl will m arrive arriveSalt aniveSalt arriveSalt
Salt Lake 109 OO p m mThe v vThe
mfiiII
fiiII fiiIIThe w
The Summer Summx Han HanWTio M fan fanWho n nto
Who has neglected to NBT bi a Jraw raw w hat Imtneed 1Iatneed hatneed
need not do so t any longer 5 TBStery bat batIn batIn hatIn
In the house will be sold at just half halfprice balfprice halfprice
price until closing time Saturday SaturdA night nightBROWN Dig nightBROWN
BROWN TERRY 8 WOODRURF CO1 Cj Cj1C COlot
1 1C 6 Main Street StreetHANTl Streetc StreetMANT StreetMANTIANDRETURN1
HANTl MANTIANDRETURN1 ANDRJfuRNiiSSO ANDRJfuRNiiSSOVia AND RETURt c 2 50 50Via 50Via
Via D B G Sunday July JuIy17 JuIy17Grand 17 17Grand 17Grand
Grand outing outln for everybody ev body Splendid Splendidchance lendd lenddchance d dchance
chance to see Sanpete and and Serier Seriercounties Serlercounties Seehercounties
counties In harvest harv time Special Speda1trIn Speda1trInleaves train ttainleaYe trainleaves
leaves Salt Lake 7X0 O a a au at Flag F limit t
July 20 to returning Special Specialtnttmr mtfcisr re return return return ¬
turn July 17 and IS Everybody in invtted invhted
vtted
a i 1 1A
A Smart Hat HatIn HatIn HatIn
In a new new shape sh pe m lit French FreDchpaJmMiJan FreDchpaJmMiJanSennltt palm Milan MilanSennltt MilanSennltt
Sennltt or split braid caa eah be procured procuredfrom procuredfrom pfvcuredfrom
from us at from 75 cents centstn to JE50 t50 O Half Halfoff Haloff Halfoff
off on every straw hat in the house beuseBROWN heuseBJtOWN houseBROWN
BROWN TJIRRY WOODRUFF CO COI
I 158 Main Street StreetTo Streete StreetTo StreetTo
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To the Publio PublioThe 1u PublIeThe Uo UoThe
The Vienna Model Bakery is now nowequipped nowequipped nowequippedwith
equipped equippedwith with the latest and uptodate uptodatemachinery uptodatmachinery
machinery ma fuineg < for making mald bread The Theplace Theplace Theplace
place has been thoroughly renovated renovatedand renovatedand renovatedand
and repaired repa red Mr Seyboldt has made madetHe macicthe
tHe Vienna famous by his untiring ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts tb > satisfy saf ft the publics J demand
Phones PhonesBeJt Beji 1981 Independent 15
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