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The Evening dispatch. [volume] (Provo, City, Utah) 1891-1895, January 12, 1894, Image 3

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LOOK OUT FOR OUR STOCKTAKING
H SALE
FARRER BROS CO QI
Announce the Following Prices
For Cash
1
Nuts of all kinds 20c per lb I Currants 41bs for 25c
Peanuts 15c per lb f Seedless Raisins 12jc per Ib
1 Stick candy lie per lb r Prunes 12ic per lb
M1xtUfaidy 15c perlb Dates 121c per lb
Orange Citron and Lemon I Crackers at Factory Prices
Peel 20c per lb Salmon Canned for 12Jc
3 Crown Raisins 41bs for 25c I I
Will Meet all FigUres oij FloUr
iii CUt Figurres on Shoes UnderWear
and Dry GOOdR
Call and See us We Guarantee Satisfaction i
I
CN THE WING
1ROM 100 up received on savings
deposits
J R TWELVES Cashier
FiiEsn oysters by the can or in bulk
at B F Pleinera in the Southworth
block
SnoRT order meals nnd fresh oysters
a specialty at B F lciners in the
Southworth block
FOB your Xmas wines and liquors
and the celebrated A B C beer call
at the Eureka saloon Henry Harrison
Proprietor
Go toB F Fleinera restaurant in
the Southworth block if you want a
< goofl SSfifeuieal Restuarant open un
til 1230 pm
A MARRIAGE LOTTERY
Londons Queer Mixture ofDowry Matri
mony nod Hebrew Philanthropy
Michael Harris and Nancy Jacobs
having polled the highest number of
votes were duly elected to receive a
dowry of c25 and marriage fees and a
vacancy was again declared for a couple
So ran a paragraph in a Jewish paper
recently and a reporter was fired with
an ambition to learn more about these
folks who give couples dowries and
more about the conditions under which
Buch dowries are won The benevolence
it appeared emanated from the Society
for Allowing Marriage Fees and a Por
tion to Young Men and Virtuous Girls
of tKe Jewish Faith The president of
this society one would imagine would I
be a patriarchal sage with grandchil
dren in scores about his knees But Mr
A Swaab who is the head of the so
ciety is a3ouiig man with a slight black
mustache a clean shaven chin and cer
tainly no grandchildren When not
hymeneally occupied is engaged in his
business as a diamond merchant in Hat
ton Garden
The society he said in reply to the
interviewer has been in existence near
ly 50 years and has done no small
amount of good It was started among
u few friends in quite a small way and a
dowry of 10 only was all that could be
afforded at first But 10 if not exactly
a drop in the ocean was not quite suffi
cient to answer tho purpose in view and
as the fund grew the dowry wasincreaset
to 25
Are the operations of the society con
fined to London
No They extend all over England
The funds are recruited by subscriptions
of all amounts from a penny a week up
ward and by donations
It gives them a prior claim on the
dowry perhaps
No it doesnt I will make that clear
in a moment We assist about a dozen
couples every year the dowries and mar
riage fees coming to over 800 The ob
ject in giving the dowry is to enable the
young couples to start a little business
together Before becoming candidates
for the dowrytoward which they need
not have subscribed a farthingthey
have to be possessed of all homo neces
L antics and furniture and the man has to
prove to the satisfaction of the commit
tee that he is in a position to maintain
his wife
Only virtuous girls are to be befriend
ed by the society I gather from its title
Does it not become rather a delicate mat
ter to adjudicate upon the qualifications
of young lady applicants
Every case is investigated by two
members of the committee appointed i
annually for that purpose Thej make
their inquiries with proper tact and dis
cretion and they also investigate the
character of the man Let us go through
the entire procedure Say a vacancy has
been declared which means that we have
sufficient in hand to put another dowry
up for competition We send out notices
to that effect and supply forms of appli
cation We get four five six perhaps
a dozen couples contesting for the prize
They all come before the committee in
couples and are asked questions con
cerning the money they have saved the
nature of the mans work and so on
Once I suppose I must have been press
ing the prospective bridegroom pretty
hard for the young lady spoke up sor
rowfully Well sir you got married
once and we want to tool
Well as soon as they have been ad
mitted as candidates what follows
We give them a book of members
and tell them to go and canvass for votes
the members possessing votes in propor
I tion to the amount of their subscrip
tions
Have you yourself many votes
Yes I hold something like 80 votes
Then you are the target of plenty of
beseeching brown eyes and persuasive
glances
No nothing out of the way because
as president I take no part in ch osing
the recipients of the dower
Can you give me a specific instance
of the good the society has done
I can and a striking one I think
There are three members of the commit
tee of the society now men of position
and well to do who were embarked up
on life with dowries from the society
rPalMIall Gazette
I VIGOR OF MEN
Easily Quickly
Permanently Restored
WEAKNESS
S NERVOUSNESS
DEBILITY
and all the train of evlla
I iromearly errors or later
I excesses tbo results of
II overwork sickness
1 worryetc Fullstrength
I development and tono
given to every organ and
portion of the body
I Elmplenaturalmethods
I Immediate Improyement
I Been Failure impossible
2000 references Boot
explanation and proofs
mailed sealed free
J I ERIE MEDICAL CO
I mmti1l5
BUFFALO NY
She Excites Japan
The fact that the Japanese govern
ment has granted to Dr Mary A Suga
numa permission to practice as a physi
cian in Nagasaki in that empire haa
aroused much interest in native and oth
er circles Dr Suganuma is an Ameri
can woman who was graduated from a
medical college in Ohio who became a
Japanese subject however on her mar
riage with Mr Suganuma a government
official in Osaki Dr Suganuma is the
first woman physician permitted to prac
tice her profession in Japan Exchange
A Noble Woman
A large water jug and two cups of
hammered silver have been presented to
Mrs Edward Roby of Fort Wayne by
the railroad company to which she ren
dered such efficient service at the time
of the recent train disaster near hei
home She turned he > aee into a hos I
pital and with her faIt lY served as at
tendants allowed the officials to use her
parlor for business meetings and refused
to accept money compensation for what
she considered simple Christian charity
Fort Wayne Dispatch
She Is a Professor at Lair
The post of professor at law in the
girls colleges in Paris has been held
since Jan 1 1893 by Mile Jeanne Chau
vin who is the first French doctress of
law The instruction her pupils get
from her is wholly oral as professors
are forbidden by a special order of the
vice rector of the Academy of Paris to
put copies of the code itself into the
hands of their woman pupilsAmerican
Womans Journal
A Sound Liver MaKes a Well Man
Are you bilious constipated or
troubled with jaundice sick headache
band taste in mouth foul breath
coated tongue dyspespsia indigestion
hot dry skin pain in back and between
the shoulders chills and fever etc If
vou have any of these symptoms your
liver is out of order and your blood is
slowly being poisoned because your
liver does not act properly Herbine
will cure any disorder of the liver
stomach or bowels It has no equal as
a liver medicine Price 75 cents
SMOOT DunG Co Agents
FOR SALEA threefoot nickle
plated show case in perfect order Will
be sold at a bargain Apply at this
office
Wisconsin Womens Work
In a lecture at Milwaukee on Deco
rative and Applied Art Mrs Caudace
Wheeler after explaining the art sense
of the word original as a novelty
which is not common concluded by
saying In all the ceramic art in Amer
ica brought together at the Worlds
fair the only original thing came from
Milwaukee It was a gray stoneware
jug and it is worth 1 cent a pound in its
manufactured state but the skill of tho
worker made it worth 1000 cents a
pound Afterward Mrs Wheeler as
ono of the committee of award an
nounced that Miss Nellie Mears Genius
of Wisconsin which had stood in the
Wisconsin state building had won the
prize offered by tho Womans club for
tho most artistic production displayed at
the Worlds fair by a Wisconsin woman
The Overskirt Again
The rejected overskirt is plainly on its
way back to fashions domain and the
day of easily constructed lightweight
and graceful skirts is on tho wane The
Russian blouse began it and the ruffles
and folds disposed midway of the skirt
hastened the inevitable day Now a
prominent fashion paper boldly pub
lishes the picture of a jaunty young per
son in a velvet gown with overskift
The beholder is not favored with a rear
view of the rejuvenated superfluity but
the front is slightly draped and is longer
in the middle than at the sides It
reaches to within a few inches of the
bottom of the skirtNew York Tel
gram I
A lEigh Liver
Usually has a bad liver He is bilious
constipated has indigestion and dySpepsia
pepsia If there is no organic trouble
a few doses of Parks Sure Cure will
tone him up Parks Sure Cure is the
only liver and kidney cure we sell on a
positive guarantee Price 8100 Sold
by > Sraoot Drug Co
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SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me
directed by the district court of the
First Judicial district of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the county court
house in the city of Provo county of
Utah and Territory of Utah on the
17th day of January A D 1894 at 12
oclock M the following described real
estate towit The land and premises
directed to be sold by this decree are
situated lieing and being in the County
of Utah and Territory of Utah and
bounded and particularly described as
fallows to wit
All of that certain piece or parcel of
land situated in Utah county and Utah
territory bounded and described as
follows Commencing at the south
east corner of the north half of the
southeast quarter of section 13 town
ship G i south of range 2 east Salt Lake
meridian thence west 22 50 chains
thence north 77f degrees east 4033
chains thence east 1850 chains thence
south 4006 chain to the place of be
ginning Area eighty acres Together
with all and singular the tenements
hereditaments and appurtenances there
unto belonging or in anywise apper
taining
To be sold as the property of J R
Uoshard and J E i iisheiU his wife
and J E Booth and D 1 Booth his
wife and T II Cluff at the suit of
the First National Bank of Proyo a
corporation
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
Dated at Provo city Utah county
December 2S 1303
King Houtz attorneys for plaintiff
PROBATE NOTIUEIN THE PROBATE
EUt vPJ It
J Court in and for Utah County Territory
of Jtah In the matter of the estate of
Benjamin M Holjerts deceased
Order appointing time and place for settle
ment of nnal account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and filing the petition of Ben
jamin M Roberts jr administrator of the
estate of Benjamin Itobcits deieased setting
forth that he has filed his final account of his
administration unon said estate in this court
that all the debts have been fully paid and
that a portion of said estate remains to be
divided among the heirs of said deceased and
praying among other tLings for an ordAr Ill
iowa said final account and of distribution
of tho residue ot said estate among the per
suns entitled
It is ordered that all persons interested in
the estate of the said Benjamin Roberts
deceased be and appear before the probate
court ol the county 01 Utah at the courtroom
of said ourt in the county court house on
the 20tb day of January JEW at 10 oclock a m
then and there to show cause why an order
allowing said final account and distrIbution
should not be made of the resMuo of said
estate among the heirs and devises of the said
lienlamin M Roberts deceased according to
lawIt
It is further ordered hut t tue Olerk cause
notice to be posted in three uubhc places in
Utah county and a copy of this order to be
published ui THE DISPATCH a newspaper
printed and circulated in Utah county four
weeks successively prior to said 20th day of
January 1891
J D JONES
Probate Judge
Dated December S31893
TEHIUTORY or UTAH I
COUMI o r UTAH f t bs
T V L Hnlliday Clerk of the Irolmle Court
in and for Utah county Territory of Utah
hereby certify that the loregoing Is a lull
true and direct copy of the original order au
pointing time and place for settlement of final
account and to hear petition for distribution
in the estate of Benjamin MKobcrtsdeccased
and now on file and of record in my ofilce
Witness my hand and tho seal of said court at
my office in Provo City this 22d
SEAL day of Uecember A D 1F93
V L HAIMUAV
Clerk of tho Probate CourtUtah county UT
SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to an exe ution to me di
rected by the First Judicial District
Court of the Territory of Utah 1 shall
expose at public sale at Ihe fiont door
of the County courthouse in the City of
Provo County of Utah and Territory
of Utah on the 25tn day of January
A D 1894 at the hour ot 12 oclock M
all the right title claim and interest
of Albert F Whipple of in and to
the following described real estate to
wit
witSituate
Situate lying and being in section
13 Tp 6 S12EProvo City Coun
ty of Utah and Territory of Utah
Commencing at the southwest corner
of the north half of the southeast quar
ter of section thirteen 13 in township
six 6 south of range two 2 east
Salt Lake meridian Utah County
Utah Territory thence north twenty
2000 chains thence east 2000
chains thence south 7i deg west 2010
chains thence west 1850 chains to
the place of begnning containing
an area of thirtyseven and one half
acres
To be sold as the property Qf Albert
F Whipple at the suit of Nathaniel
Williams said judgment assigned to
Consolidated Implement Co March
31 1891 to recover the sum of 71437
and interest at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum from the 7th day of March
1891 and the sum of 3945 costs of suit
and 8250 accruing costs and the costs
of this sale
Terms of sale cash
Dated this 3d day of January 1894
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff Utah County
King Iv Iloutz attorneys for plaintiff
MAKSHALS SALEPUKSOANTTO AN OR
Iu der of sale I and decree ot torcclosuro to
me directed by the District court of tho First
Judicial District of tho territory of Utah I
shall expose at public falo at tho front door
of the county courthouse in the city of Provo
county of Utah and territory of Utah on the
1st day of February A D 1694 at 12 oclock
1all the right title claim and interest of
A 0 Glazier and Martha H Glazier
of in and to the following described
real estate situate lying and being in
Piovo city Utah county Utah territory and
described as follows towit Commencingtw
2 rods east of the northwest corner of block I
ten 10 pInt hC Proyo city purvey ot build I
ing lots thence east five and onehalt Wi I
rods thence south twelve 12 rods thence
west flVM and onehalf 5 rods thence north
elcil2 rods to the place of beginning con
taining an arei of sixtysix RC square rods
Together with all the tenomentsherjditanients
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
To be sold as the property of A 0 Glazier
and Martha H Glazier at the Suit of H S
limes
Terms of sale cash
N VT M Bui a HAM
U S Mal shill
By W O NoniiELii Deputy Marshal
Dated January 10th 3b94
STItAY NOTICE have in my POSSCSSIOL
ESTHAY
the following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One red COM ana calf cow about four years
old some white on the bellcy point 01 left
horn off crop off both cars no brands visible
Onered heifer about two years old some
whita on the helle hiinh of tnil rlilfn mvn n T
u
both ears upper bit in riirht upper n and vv under vu
bit in left ear branded
DJ I
If damago and costs on said
animals bo not paid within ten
days from date of this notice they will
be sole to tho highest cash bidder at Pleasant
Grove estray pound at 10 oclock a m on the
18th day of January1S94
Dated tt Pleasant Grove city Utah county
territory of Utah this 8th day of January
1891
R WEEKS
ponndkconer of Raid City
Fat People
PAint OBESITY Pints will reduce vour
weight PEKWANENTLV Iron 12 to 15
pounds a month NO STAItvifj sick
ness or injury NO PURLrciTY Thoy
build dp thehealtkand boautifv the compler
ion leaving NO WRINKLES or llabbir s 1
STOUT ABDOMENS and difficult breath
big surely relieved NO EXPERIMENT
but a scientific and positive relief adopttd
only after years of experience All orders
supplied direct from our ollice Price S3 00
per packhgo or three packages for 500 by
mail postpaid Testimonials and particulars
pealed 2cts
All Corrcfcpoiideucc Strictly Confi
dential
PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass
J
J it S3i c
ESTRAYNOTICE have In my possession
the loilovmg desTmed animal im
pounded as p straw or for tspaSs
Onebay nidrebranCea on left thigl ff
Ii
If damage and costs on said animal DO not
paid within 10 lays from date of this no
tice t will be sold to the hit best cash bidder
at Payson city pound at 2 oclock p m
on the J7th day of January ISM
Dated at Payson city Utah county
territory of Utah this Uh day of January
18W
JAMES HEECE
Prmnrlkoener or said City
u u u eo
uuu
ESTRAY NOTICE have in my posses
LA sion the following describedanirnals im
pounded asestrays or for trespass
One yearling heifer branded on left hip
r1 white face red and v bite
spotted
III
One white cow no brands visible crop elf
oft ear swallowfork in right
One yearling steer branded on loft hip
51
If damage and costs on said animalslm not
paid within ten days from date of this notice
they will be sold to the hIghest cash bidder at
Parson city pound at 2 oclock en the I
15th day of January 1894
Dated at Payson city Utab county territory
of Utah this 5th day of January 1894
JAMES REECE
Poundkeeper of Bad City
E STRAY NOTICE have in my possession
PJ the followIng described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One light gray horse abut 20 years old
branded on left shoulder f and X on loft
I w nTf e iMit
hip till
One sorrel horse about eiiiht years old hind
feet white brand on left thigh >
11
Ono roan horse colt ono year old past little
white In Ince left hind foot white no brands
visible
One lark brown mare colt ono year old
past white strip in lace loft front foot white
no brands visible
One red heifer calf ono year old sIlt in right
car little white under belly no brands vis
ible
If damage and costs on said animals be not
paid within 10 days from tho date of this
notice they will be sold to thehighest cash bid
der at tho Provo cltyet traypound at 2 oclock
p m on the 21st day of January 1894
Dated at Provo city Utah county territory
of Utah this 11th day January 1894
L GLAZIER
Ponndkennerof Baici City
THE DENVEa
AND
Rio Grande 1 Railroad
Tnl T Tn M nn rTT
ttrHt Ll1ib Uf T1lli UHLlJ
The only line running two through
ast trains daily to
ASPEN
LEADViLLE
COLORADO SPS
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective November 19 1893
Train Xo 2 leaves Ogden 700 a m
Salt Lake 805 n m Arrive at Pueblo
550 a 1 m Colorado Springs 720 a m
Denver 940 a m
Train No4 leaves Ogden 820 a m
Salt Lake 925 p m Arrive at Pueblo
730 p In Colorado Springs 907 p m
Denver 1130 p m
Connections made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with all lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman sleepers on all trains
Take the D JR G and have a com
fortable train and enjoy the flnest scen
ery on the continent
A S HUGHES Traffic Manager Denver Col
B F NEV1NS GA58W Second South
Salt Lake City Utah
S K HdOPER G P T A Denver Col
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Notary Corporation and Society Seals
A Spclalty
No 218 South Main Street Salt
City Utah
OH BERG
UNDERTAKER
Established 1867
Carries a full line of Undertakers
goods
inswnnn
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CasKets aM Coffins of all Sizes
HomeMade Coffins made and Trimmed
to Order on Short Notice
Orders by Mail or Telegraph
promptly attended to
Liberal Discount Given to the
trarie
J Street One Block from Depot
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Bold Crown ant Bridge e for and Alu l
fflinm Plates a Specialty
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H E Rawlings Prop
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Corner I and Centre Streets Provo City Utah
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And all Kinds of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
AND
SEWING MACHINES
Tuning and General Repairing done
With Taylor Bros Company Cen
tre St Provo
DrGI H KEYSOR
The TVelZ ICziown
DENTIT
Is Now Located in Springville and
is all ready for Business at
rooms 13 and 14
BANK BUILDING
Sprin grille Utah
P P Hatlley R t r
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
Repairing Shops
West Main Street Provo Utah
All Work Cheaply and Satisfactorily Done
BLOil NuRSERY
Provo City Box 39
The only holder of a gold medal in
Utah Awarded at the Territorial
Fair 1891
Florist and Landscape Gard
ner All kinds of Fruits and Orna
ments in season Japanese Chinese
and Australian rare plants
Roses and Evergreens A
Sp cialfy Lawn Grass seed extra
clear
Mail all orders to
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437 West 3dStreet
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Our Serl n ts
Off life
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it new conies anqiss
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W J ROSS Manager
Telephone 31 P 0 Box 273
COAL
SOOT SPAFFORD
Uptown Office in
Provo Com Savings Bank
Yard Telephone 17 I
All Kinds of
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CURRENT TIME TABLE
In JBffoot Nov 2O l898
I LEAVE PROVO
No 2 For Castilla Grand Junction
ana points East 924 a m
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East 103tpm
No 6 For Eureka Springvlllo This
tle and Sauna 545 p m
I No1 For Salt LakeOgdenAmFork
Lehi and the West 1105 a m
I
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogden American
FOaaJo Pl
ln JU
can Fork and Lehi and the
West 1016 pm
No 5 For American Fork ahiBfiig < C
ham June Salt LaSo I Jap m
AJtRIYE AT PROVO
No1 From Eureka Grand Junction t
IUld points East ll05arn
No 3 From GrnndJunctloDCas Ua t
and points East 1010 ptm
No 5 From Salina ManU Thlatlo
Castilla and Spring yllie 424 p IE
No From Salt Lake Ogden Am
Forkand the West 924 a m
No 4 From Salt Lake Ogden and
the West 1034 pm
No6 From Salt Lake Laid
and American Fork 541p m
No Change of cars safety speed and com
fort
Through Sleeping cars to Chicago and San
Francisco without change
C H ALEY Ticket Agt Provo
XMAS GAK 3
AT TILE
California Bakery
Laurence Johnson Co
ALL KINDS OF
BREAD CAKES PIES ETC
Delivered to all parts of the city
Osterlohs old stand Opposite Opera House
Provo Utah
THE
CASH MARKET
Keeps Constantly on Band all
Kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats Home
Cured Hams
Bacon Lard
Philip Speckart
Prop
5
E Union P Paeifl System
Time Table In Effect Nov 26 1893
SOUTH J Subject to change with I NORTH
out notice
No I No 2
Levs Daily STATIONS Ar Daily
145 a m Ogden 740 pm
800 c SaltLake610
900 u Lehi Junction 510
903 II Lehi 5 07
909 American Fork501
915 Pleasant Grove455 u
927 H Lake View443 h
940 Provo 430 u
9 49 H Springville 4 21 u r
956 Spanish Fort414
1003 Benjamin 407
102 Payson 358
1021 u Santaouin 349 Co
1110 4C Neplli 300
457 Moroni 1 25 u
535 H Ephraim12 O
600 Manti 1225
1145 H Juab 225
Arrive Dally Leave Daily
1210 p m Juab 22 pI
Iilford 605De
810 p m
1000 p m Frisco 430 a m
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 700 a rut 9 30 am 245 700pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at l45am 900am 325pm 615pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at 430 p m Salt Lake 245pm at Logan 640 pim
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 430 p m arrive Eureka
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 p m and arriye Provo 940 a m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
745 a m
Remember the Union Pacific is the best line for New Mexico and Arizona
Before buying Through Thickets get ourfigurea
For further information RS to rates maps etc write to your nearest Union
Pacific ticket agent
SHHOLAIIK I
OLIVER W MINK
E ELLERY ANDERSON Receivers
FREDRICK R COUDERT J
JOHN A DOANE I
GEO W CRAIG Agt Provo1 Utiilit
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E L LOMAX 3X E BURLEY 1
GeDl Pass and Tkt Agi Genl Agt Pass Dept
Salt Lose Utah
E DICKINSON Genl Manager

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