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Saturday March 14 1891
CLOSING OF TilE MAILS
ATPROYO CITV UTAH JAXUIKY 17TH 3891
U lGoin to Salt Lake 715 a m
U 1GuIii South to Pnyeon
Ollhi and luab m51 m
U G Easbound l1UOa m
It G Westbound 230 p m
U lGoing North to Salt Lake 410 pm
Houns FOK ARRIVAL OK MAlLS AT DEPOT
U Irrom Salt Lake City 930 a n
It G WProm Salt Lsike Gity J120n in
U G VFroni Denver 2 50p in
U P Vronr Payeon Xophl and
Juab 430p in
IT 111011I Salt Lulie G1 p m
OFFICK HOURS
Honov order window opens at 9 a
in ana closes at 400 p in
Register window opens at 8 a in
mid closes at i > 0p in
Gonural delivery window opens at ti t
a in and elflfcos at frsyp m
Stamp window opens at 8 a m and
clGSes nt 3 Jp In
SUNDAY Houns
onojal doliver3 ami stump via
> dow ooi 1 oni 12 into 100 pm
Jii ijcCAi tux I ItllJDflCr
LOJAE LUDCLETS
11 jLMA ir lltist
SILVHK tJo jltJ j printer 40 Centre st
UAIUSED I il c Llcap alWEST
WEST Cqor
FntE iAJNs hall Tuesday night in
Coxs hall
1itjsri fhh and sausage ahvays on
hand at Eoshards
LOVES request is pickles Call at
D nn Co ler thcm
Ox account of the recent storms the
county uoads are in a bad condition
I JOHN DOE was fined five dollars for
a plain drunk this morning by Judge
Xooi
JX5UHE in the Lion Insurance Com
panv Assest 4700000 II Owens
A out
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to James IL Watson and Lucy
E Koylance of Springville
YIlm you go to the Postoflice for
your mail tumble in at Dunn Gos
and get n pair of rubbers
TIlE Junction City is the name of
Ogdens new weekly published by
Jvfnuedy fc McDaniel
A POLICY in the New York Under
writers is a sure protection Asset I
4000000 II Owens Agent
LANDSCAPE and picturesque sign I
painting done on reasonable terms by
Sam Jepperson Provo Utah
TAKE out a policy in the Imperial I I
Insurance Company Assets over I
10000000 II Owens Agent
EDWARD PEAT ol the Second Ward
who has been to Great Britain the last L
t
year and a half arrived home last
night
FRUITS and vegetables in their season
can always be found at Boshards He
is first hi the market with fan y p
groceries 1
ELDERS 13 II Roberts and Frank
Taylor will preachto the people of the
Second Ward tomorrow Sunday
night A full turn out is requested
LOSlA cup and twelve balls off
there r wheel of my bycycle Finder 1
will please deliver the same to
IcnUHNEY atCornice Works
MRS A2WIE MILLER MCLAXIHAX
Avas before Justice Noon this morning
for intoxication She was found guilty
and sent up for 15 days
IT is 11 positive fact that J II
33oshard is selling more pounds of
granulated sugar for the dollar than
any other store in town +
THE Chamber of Commerce met in
the courthouse Thursday night but as
there was not a quorum present the
meeting adjourned until April 2189
THE district schools had an outing
yesterday The little folks enjoyed it
immensely i as also did the older ones
They kept tune to the tap of the drum
in fine style
Jn the Police Court yesterday morn
ing VTm McGraw a railroad man
fawn P V Junction was fined 455 ior
being drunk lie didnt have the
dust so he went to jail for five days
DURING this changeable weather a
person cannot get along without a pair
of rubbers and the best place in town
to get them is at George Choules five
doors west of the postofiice lie also
carries a fine line of gents ladies and
misses shoes at rock bottom prices
His shoes made to order are known
everywhere Repairing done while you
wait
waitA
A pound of ore should never be sent
out of the territory for rQduction pur
> latcs Utnhlms all the essential 1 pro
ducts necessary for the successful
smelting and reduction of ons Salt
and lime rock is abundant we have 1
excellent coking coal and iron abounds
in unlimited quantities Sail Lake
I Stock Exdiange Journal
THE play of The World is a good
one and with a strong company would
be 11 triumph of dramatic art but the
ntimny which played it in the Opera
Ion J < m the 12th was very tamer
iJ a 1s I n 11 r was probably due to
tit t iiT rs tt t having had any sleep
1it o 14Jr t irJii linurs The stage
1 t tin t und fftiiu diets were good
j 1s c 1aI kicker is chief
a < i iii i4 tint t1 l make even body
i awl 111 l e venders why every
tS 1 Ji1tC i tH laank When in the
2Iftt illn 3 live 15 t Jt i tir asks that
i 4lf fa IUtn wJiri lie ws on earth
ftnigjlr Sir IiiY the ugtI door
koot sr w HI ssy tn t Ids servitors Take
this tjiiug It < > Hie liu biicad ofjeiuorse
and stop up the uushole with him
Tius contract for building tie R G
W grade from Manti to Salina has
been awarded to HG Reynolds Co
of Springville The road will be fin
ished that far about June 1st The first
ten miles must be finished by May 1st
otherwise the contractor wiU forfeit SQ
for each day the road is i delayed after
that date Mr Reynolds is expected
in town in a few days and then the
dirt will fly
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MM1tCABS I
A Visit Made to Paul Nei
bars Factory
Vatchlng the Men Make I a
Seventyfive Dollar
Cigar
Those of Our Local Business
Men Who are Using the
Home Product
THE DISPATCH man yisited Paul
Xeibaurs cigar factory in this city this
morning and watched them turning
out the weed This enterprise has
been in operation but a few weeks yet
is doing an immense business The
proprietors L M Paul and N A
Neibaur are both Salt Lake boys
They learned their profession at the
Capital and are good workmen It is
almost surprising learn how quickly
their business has grown There are
our hands employed and notwith
standing the fact that they turn out
over six thousand cigars every week
yet they are unable to keep up with
their orders For this reason they m have
had to send for four more cigar makers
and they are expected to be
here next week At present but
two firms are using the product
of this factory and they are Wilson
Brown and Smith Pitt Knight
Jros are haying a special brand man
ufactured which will be knownas
The Opera the name of their
saloon The factory has made several
large shipments to Salt Lake and I
Tintic where their goods have met
with great success
Entering their workshops the vibitor
sees the men sitting up of benches on
which are large heaps to tobacco leaves 1
On the left of the man is the wrapper
on the right the stock on stuffing
while in front is a slab on which the
cigar is made Hanging to the bench
is a canvass pocket into which the
trimmings or tailings are placed
The leaf which is dampened is first
taken and spread out very smooth y
on the slab The operator
then dives for a handful of stock
which he places at one end of the
wrapper lit1 then trims the wrapping
leaf and commences to roll it up By
a dexterous movement of the finger
the shape is given to the cigar and
when perfectly rolled is secured with
paste made fom a gnm which has
neither smell nor taste The butt end
is then neatly trimmed with a knife
and thrown into a heap behind the
slab from whence they are taken and
packed into boxes On the occasion of
our visit one man was engaged in
making the best brand turned out by
the factory known as the Garfield
Beach This cigar has more Ilavanna
stock in it than any other article made
by them and is covered with the gen
uine Sumatra leaf the best vnappei
grown It is a light colon1 jigar and
said to be vury mild Its urice is 7C
per 1000 Onehand is capable of turn
ing l out from 200 to 400 cigars per day
while as many as 600 to 700 has been
accomplished by one man but of
course this is something extraordin
ary Three hundred is i said to be the
average
The Golden Buck is another fine
brand turned out by 1aul Neibaur
This with the GI Held Beach is 5
becoming quite popular and is in
large demand
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TO TAP MAXTI AND ilABYSVALE
The Railroad Project That is at
Present Creating Interest
A dispatch from San Francisco
dale March 12 sp ilingof the sal
of the California Nevada E 11 Co
to I EaUrn capitalihU > rys The road
was offered to th Btnlington which
proposed to biiildthroujii I Fort Fetter
man to the cOat his theory is i
strongly upheld by MIC j act that the
pass near tin foil o as i so strong a
strategic point to laiiroad I buildei
that I the Burlingnnltl it for a lung
time I with a shot ITJII gil nrd but time
orth western man a 5l to capture it i
and lay track tinman it Ilowevei
the Burlington ViC not to be outdone
and using strategy ajrans > t their rivals
retook the coycn d gnund and tore lip
the track and u thai the Nortl
western had taken o iu < h trouble to
get down From i Ohj the road will
go across the Xenli plains tapping
its rich gold at sil ri districts to
Crystal Springs all Ih iv stern horde
of Utah when IWI i h will be built
t jirty miles to Iri it i s giving a through
c umection over tie Utah Centra l
to Salt Lake Fr iti i Ciyntal Springs
it will be continued IiV 11 i the Esculanto
desert and skiniif I g the foothills of
the Tushsr inountis I JI l to Junctioi
where another iolCct > on with Salt
Lske is to be I nrti bj twelve mile
branch to ilarjs iis connecting with
the San PeteVa y rd i oad From
Junction it is an ew fi ai to cross the
fertile valley fonnrd by Piute and
Emery counties h t ilgi 4 Curtis Creek
aid the San KafaiI rivr and proceed
thence to Green river and over the
Denver and nil Grande tracks to
Grand Junction iu il so by the broad
gauge of the Colotnio li1ind to Den
ver and Pueblo Tis r > will tap a
magnificent counir r t i with the
most highly cultiv i t d vid and mine i
of precious metals 11 I t coa I
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3T W S A
ilrs Grecnhalgh Talks of Her In
ter view With President Hanson
The W SN As oiL t1I convened in
the Mtetinghoitbe yesterday Marc
13 1891 After the usual opening ex
rcises Mrs Lapibh vicepresident of
American Fork addressed the met
ing i She remarked on the color of the
badge worn by the returned delegate
from Washington Mrs M A Y
Tieenhalgh anil l said yellow was tl e
ight color as it represented jealousy
sign ifyin we are jealous of our rights
as women and American citizens She
said that reports were prevalent that
time Relief Society money had been
used to help the W S Association but
the speaker denied these reports as
the associations had worked for every
iqllar they had used
Mrs Gaddie of Lehi Mrs Emme
ine l Gay of Lake Shore Mrs Boyer
of Sprinville and Mrs Jakeman of
Sanpete county addressed the meet
ing and spoke encouragingly of time
work done by the association Each
reported their district as being in a
flourishing condition
Mrs IfA Y Greenhalgh of Mil
lard i Co delegate to Washington was
the next speaker She said I am
p uffased to be home again In my visit
Washington I met and conversed
with a great many prominent men
from nearly every State and Territory
of life Union We met with success in
Washington and made a favorable im
pression on ninny of the prominent
men there We succeeded in getting
them interested in womans suffrage 1
had an interview with President Har I
rison and found him cold and indiffer
ent at first but afterwards lie was in
erested and expressed regret when 1
stated the justice that had been done
to us here in Utah lie introduced
ne to the AttorneyGeneral and I had
a long conversation with him also In
reporting the condition of Millard Co
the speaker said Although 1 repre
sent the smallest county in Utah still I
Lean report 300 members and every
thing in a nourishing condition
VicePrcsident Mrs Biown of Al
pine and VicePresident Mrs Wride
of Payson reported their associations
being in a good condition
After a few comments from Pre
Pal en the meeting adjourned sim die
THE attention of our readers this
issue is called to the announcement
made by Ender Henderson the con
tractors and builders People placing
work with this film will get good treat
ment They are first class mechanics
THE Sun Foundry board of directors
met in Supt Moores office last u t
at which it was agreed that two direc
tors be appointed to secure funds to
carry on the institution Mr Whalon
was present and talked atural Gas
to the meeting
oiDiENCiXQ next Monday the pas
senger service on the Street Railway
ViiI be abandoned and the motor
power devoted to hauling gravel from
the immense beds east of town to the
streets along the line of track where it i
is so badly needed
THE ball given by the B Y A
Choir last night was a huge success
There were 140 couples present Dur
ing the evening Wm Isgreen who is i
GmeaSt St
about to depart on a mission to Great
Britain was presented with a purse
containing SSO as a mark of esteem
from his fellowstudents
Mu B JBACHiiAK Deputy U S
Marshal left Provo last evening for
Salt Lake having in charge the six
Italians convicted of riot and J W
Chadwick and Edward Whipple who
were convicted of grand larceny last
September the judgment of the
lower couit being affirmed on an ap
peal to the Supreme Couit of the Terri
tory They were all lodged in the
Penitentiary Deputy Bachman re
turned this morning
How can you expect your town to
grow and improve when you never say
a good word for its enterprises but al
ways speak in a slighting way of the
town Dont go away from home to
trade whenever you have a dollar to
spend and then when you are dead
broke go to your home merchant and
tell him to charge it up and expect
your merchant to sell as cheap as the
man who gets your cash This thing
of standing off your home dealers and
trading away from home when you
have the cash will knock the prosper
ity out of a town about as quick as a
hungry hound can lick a skillet how
can you expect to take interest enough
in the town to investigate its advan
tages when you are always crying its a
dead place theres no enterprise its
full of fossils and mossbacks If you
don t like the location and people get
out of the town and stay out if you
cant say a good word for the place
please keep your mouth shut if you
bust
Shooting Match
The Provo Rifle Club were at the
Garden City Bathing Resort Thursday
and Isad a i shooting match among
themselves The following is the
score
Steve Bunneli 42
Frank Newell 43
Geo lalhulay 39
Parley i Ilindmarsh 40
W hoover 41
Chas Cook 40
F Fi n d 1 ey 40
Total I 281
Making an average of over 40 for
each man
Wesley Memorial Services
Tomorrow will be a red letter day
at the Methodist Episcopal church J
Wesley Memorial Sen ices Sunday
school at 10 a m at 11 a ui the pastor
will deliver a memorial scriiion and
r < view the resnlts of the life and work
of John Wesley In the oyeraing a
number of addresses will be given by
the lay members on jim temestllug l11d
important subjects
The public isinost cordially 1 invited
to attend all of these services
Strangers always welcome
G M JEFFIJEY Pastor
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LEGAL SijUABBLE
Two of Pravos illofflays En
gage in a Soil
5n Which One is Very Kindly
Charged With Simple
AssauEt
Judge Brown Finds lim
Guiify But Considerately
Suspends Sentence
W S Myton of this city was before
Justice Brown yesterday on a charge
of assault and battery The complaint
was sworn to by Mr J B Milner who
testified he had gone to his deceased
sons residence at the invitation of
one of the t appraisers of the estate on
March 9th and that Mr M3 tOil struck
him on the shoulder as he stood on the
1001 step about to enter the house
MI Myton told him not to enter the
house as he had no business there
Jesse J J Knight and B II Millie
testified that they had seen Mr Myion
strike Mr Milner but could not say
how hard he struck him
Mr Myton defended his I own case
and called Mrs Jeanette A Mummer
who stated that Mr Myton was her
attorney and she was appointed by l
the court as administratrix of her de i
ceased husbands estate She had given
Mr Myton full control of her affairs
She stated thatshe was fraud of John
13 Milner and told Mr Myton on the
day in question not to aIlow him to
come in the house She was perfectly
satisfied with Mr Mjton as her at
torney She did not see Mr Myton
Strike Mr Milner
Mr Myton then took the stand in
his own behalf and testified that he
only pushed Mr Milner lie told him
not to come in the house as he had no
msiness there and that he was acting
ruder Mrs Milners instructions Mr
Milner persisted in coming into the
h louso and that was why he pushed
him
Justice Brown said that in view of
the evidence he could not help but
judge the defendant guilty He would
however suspend sentence which was
done
AllliKSTlSD FOK SELLING LlQCOIt
Dr Julius Ilanaberg was before Jus
tice Xoon yesterday on a charge of
selling liquor without a license A G
Sutherland appeared for the defense
and W H King for the prosecution
Al Thompson and his wife testified
that they had got the liquor on the 9th
of March and that Dr Ilannberg was
told that it was to drink The Dr
told them he could only sell it for sick
ness but seeing who it was he would
sell it
Dr Ilannberg testified that Mr
Thompson and his wife had informed
him that it was for sickness and that
he let thorn have it on those condi
tions He state Briber that if any
one was to tellhf 4asickness
he would sell it to lIem providing he
could take their word
Freddio Moore and George WebV
both testified that Mr Thompson land
Inn wife said it was for sickness
The case was continue
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How to Advertise
That it will profit any business man
threefold at least l to advertise and do
it judiciously has been demonstrated
time and again and the question is be
yond cavil But the methods to be
observed in advertising is a question
of infinitely wide range is of the very
first importance and cannot be too
carefully studied One thing about it
that may be bet down as true is that
every mans advertising in its lan
guage and style should be character
istic characteristic of the man
characteristic of his stock character
tstic of his commercial position Fo
every man has his peculiarities of de
velopment When he speaks we kiiou
it is he though we may not be looking
at him and his advertisement should
represent him like his voice lit
should put his experience his industry i
his enterprise into his advertising
If a merchant tins any snap any en
orgy in himself let him show it in his
advertising If he has any bargains in
store let him say so If he has con i
neclions which enable him to sell bet
ter goods or the same goods tit lower
prices than anybody else let him say
that say it plainly strongly and in a
way that will carry conviction of truth
fulness and on the same principle
that leads him to treat visitors to his
store so that they will call again let
him write his advertisement so that
his next advertisement will be looked
for if you get a persons attentici
once try to hold it The whole thing
is summed up in this One should study
advertising as he does every other de
partment of his business Advertising
is a science simple if true as to its
main elements but requiring more
thought and system than many of our
business men are accustomed to giye it
Life of General Sherman
The enterprising Pacific Publishing
Co of Portland and San Francisco are
again to the front This time it is the
Life of General Sherman written
by the deceased generals fellow war
rior and bosom friend Major Genera
Howard assisted by that most popular
of ill I biv nhers w Fletcher John
SOUj author of The Johnstowi
biu I < d iiiu die Life of Sitting Dull
and the Indian War H also broutjh l
out on this Coast by the Pacific Pub
lishing Co A grateful nation is at all
times ready to honor the memory of
her brave sms who during life have
followed the Stars and Stripes upoi
the gory field of buttle and this is pu
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ticularly the case with the last of the
great War Iltroes who has jut been
rtimmoned by thf grim call of death to
tlnow on this mortal coilfull or years
I full m honor lull of glomy full ol the
I lovi1 l alfeclion and gratitude of Jiin tel
lt l ow citizens full of ever tlmiumg indeed
that t gue to endure an enviable 5m i
mortality to the memory of tile de
j mrled
This beautiful work just issued by
our friends the Pacific Publishing Co
will be no mean factor in keeping green
for many years to come the story of
he late generals early life hisgreat
war iccoul at Bull Run at Shiloh at
Memphis at Vicksburg at Chat
auooga at Knoxville at Missionary
Ridge at Atlanta and last but yery
far from the last that glorious and
immortal March to the Sea the
generalship and military grandeur of
which has probably never been sur
passed in the annals of warfare All
these matters are most graphically and
vividly dealt with by the able au
thors and when it is remembered that
General Howard has with the con
sent of the late generals family had
access to all the private diaries and correspondence
respondence of General Sherman for
the purpose of enabling him to do
justice to the subject he had taken in
hand there can be no doubt but that
the book under notice is an authentic i
nd reliable biography of the deceased
soldier It is illustrated by portraits
battle scenes etc from end to end
Tlifi steel plate engraving of the late
General from a photograph taken just
before his last illness in his generals
iniform is a very fine likeness and a L I
nasterpiece of the engravers art I
The book should find its way into
every patriotic home in the country
See the publishers l > advertisement in
mother column
She Wanted to PrJte Tickets
There was a line ten feet long at the ticket
window in tho Hudson River railroad wait
ing room and the policeman on duty was
busy reminding tho slower travelers to bo
brisk with their change when a tall thin
elderly woman with spectacles and with a
complexion like a halibut peered in at thIS I
ticket clerk and said
What do you ask for a ticKefc to Pough
keepsie
Quo dollar fortyseven
Ts that tho lowest prico I I
Only one rate
Eliza Smith went up last month and only
paid one dollar and thirty cents
Theres been no change madam Do you I
want A ticket
Would I save anything if I went to Peeks
kill got of and bought another ticket there
Costs more Hurry madam there are
Others waiting
Well I only wanted to price tickets I
never knowed Eliza Smith to tell the truth
before and I just wanted to bo sure that she I
hadnt brokenorecord New York Tribune I
Circumstances Alter Casc
Father I notice that young gentleman
calling on you every evening always wears a
dress suit Dont you know that a young
man who has nothing else to do but rig him
self up in good clothes wont mako much of a i
husband
Daughter True father but George has a
wealthy old aunt who is a stickler for style
He is obliged to dine with her every evening
before ho calls to see me
FatherI was about to remark when you
Interrupted me that a young man who haa
nothing else to do but rig himself up in good
clothes VvSiit oik much of a husband unless
my daughter it happens that ho has a wealthy
old aunt who is a stickler for style I shall
expect you to mar his immaculate shirt bo
som inside of a week Clothier aud Furnisher
His TVifo Fought for him
Noble Rush keeps a small oyster hen
at Washington and is the husband of a
woman who believes in being a helpmeet
with all the force of her vigorous charac
ter The other day Noble got into trouble
and the police court He was charged with
keeping an unlicensed bar His attorney
failed to appear at the trial and Mrs Rush
thereupon filled the legal breach with hor
portly presence She allowed that o
knew a thing or two about law herself d
nho defended her accused husband with
the fierce vigor of an indignant woman
She accused the witnesses for the prose
cution of prejurdy and made an impas
sioned appeal to the judge who was so al
fected that he let Mr Noble Rush off with
a fine of 8105 and costs The defendant
noted an appeal and is credited with the
thankless remark tliat if hed had two
wives bossin1 the job hed got itin do
leek fur lifesure
The murder of Joseph Gibson a promi
nent citizen of Hiawa seeGa who was
found with his throat cut from ear to ear
twelve hours after he left his home has
terribly t excited that neighborhood A
man named A mous is suspected by somt
of having committed too crime L
went to Iliawassee from North Carolina
He is a theological student but is also a
wife beater Gibson had reproved him for
beating his wife and it is thought had in
that > ry aro itscU hia enmity
A Letter Nine Tears on Its Travels
A registered letter supposed to con
tain something valuable was i
to the Baltimore postoffico recently
It was sent from here to New York city
for a party there as far back as March
15 1881 The regulations require regis
tered letters to be returned to the sender
within thirty days if undelivered The
letter had no explanation or indorsement
after its nearly nine years of sleep in
New York If the woman who sent it i
will call at the postoffice she can get it i
back now but she will be required to
identify itBaltimore American
Their Little Joke
Tho boys at a certain college not far ivom
Now York have got what they call a fear
ful down on Professor X Coiiscqently they
make his life a howling failura He was waIte
up at J in tho morning tho other day by n
violent ringing at his bell Drawing on his
dressing gowli ho threw up his window and
inquired what was tho matter
Burglars are around and wo wanted to
tell you that one of your windows is openu
AVhich one ho asked anxiously
The ono you have got your head stuck
ut of replied tho students in chorus Cbat
tor
Oil That Child
Mrs Orvillo QoleIs your mamma in
you know I wrote to her and Im on the
minute
Sweet Child Nom but she left a message
Oh there Ive forgotten it and youll have
to wait while I go up and ask her what it i
was Chatter
Adjustment
MotherMy boy I didnt mean to whip R
you so hard
Willie who has been stealing jam S
alt right ma I ditlnt get quite enough jam
anyhow aud Ill go and get little more
Nef York Sun
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OiWBGIAL SAVINGS BANK
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Capital S7jOOO
f PEOVO CiTE err AS < 1
REED SMOOT President
I BEN R ELDKEDGE VicePresldent
< J R TWELVES Cashier
E R ELBREDGE Asstt Cashier
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Directors k
REED SUOOT W H Baowjr
L S HirLS L Iloruitooic
lieN R ELDHEDOE D T CUAUK
E R ELDUEDGE
Receives deposits pitynble on donmnd
Five per cent paid on savings deposits
i Compounded four times a year
Safe deposit boxes for rent from S3 to S750
per annum
Buys and seMs Exchange on Now York Chi
cnKO San Francisco Salt Lake London and all
> principal cintinental cities
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GRAND RIBBON SALE
No 4 Pico Edge Watered 8c yd
No 4 Ct t 10 cc
KG 7 t a it 12i
t iJ No 9 f cc 15
I No 12 C t 17i
No 16 a 20
I All colors in spring styles also
1I 1 IMR best quality challis 14
I yards for 100
Black Sateen 6 yards for 8100
Eibbous changeable silk 35cydi
No30 colored nbbo satin 30ctc
Muslin underwear nt cost
Chemise 25c each
1J2i Nightgowns 35c each
And all other kind of underwear
at extremely low prices
iithi Dress flannels 1 yard wide from
W4ic 25c to 60o per yard assorted
I stripe and plaids
Everything in the Dry Goods Liae
Cheaper than anywhere
iLLIitfr JI AVe Guarantee our prices
Our Spring Goods are on Exhibi
tion now Call in and we
will take pleasure in showing
you around
Headquarters for Lace Curtainsr
from 8100 per pair up
Hathenbruck Co
D 14 Union Block Provo
PROVc >
LfU n nTJ R rnda A V M 1 fNtiTITTTTIOT 1
DEALERS IN
Geera Merchaijdise
And all kinds of Utah Produce
A Complete Line of
Builder Hardware
Constantlyon Hand
The Largest and Best Stock of Shoes
IX THE COUNTY
AT 3 OG J3OTTOf PJ iCESs
They are having their SemiAnnual Clearance Sale Now
cai and See TbeJrn f
STEPHEN CHIPMAN Supt
WEST END STURE
ALWAYS BUSY SELLING GOODS BJT HAVE PLENTY
OF TIME TO GREET OUR CUSTOMERS WITH A
SMILE COME AND INSPECT OUR LARGE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
QUEENSW
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Boots and ShOBS Hats Gaps s Notions Etc
r
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND LOW PRICES it
JOSEPH A HARRCProprietor j
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THE PROVO
MUSIC STORK Vi 4j t
epository for Pianos and Organs of the Celebrated makes Strin
Brass and R Instruments
J E STEPHENS Manager l J
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