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THE EVENING DISPATCH
JOHN L BAKTOAV Editor and Prop
I
Entered at the Ioetoillce Provo Utah for
transmission through the mails as second
class mattcr1
Tno office ot TUE EVENING DISPATCH JS
ocated half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications sbould be addressed to
THE DISPATCH 1rovo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Uowey Is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly
BIBPATCH His contracts and receipts will be
duly respected bv this office
officeJKO
JKO L BAKTOW
NOTICE
J No order from this office will be recognized
in settlement unless signed by
JOHNL BARTOW
PROVO CITY APRIL 18 1894
THE POWER OF MONEY
i In all ages of the world money has
xcrcieed a malign power in govern
I mental matters The Roman republic
I was the first real exhibit of its wonder
I ful power in the destruction of that
1 form of government The finances
I were so handled that the money of the
I republic flowed into the hands of the
I few while the many went in rags and
supperlese to bed In a short time
anarchy then tyranny famine and
i the plague finished the job and Rome
I was a wreck Our great republic is
slowly but surely drifting upon the
same rock upon which Rome went to
pieces Our people since the war have
been robbed to such an extent by
I
tariff exactions that the mass of the
money of the nation has drifted into
the pockets of a couple of hundred o
men the petted favorites and direct
beneficiaries of a tariff policy which
placed in the hands of the fortunate
two hundred the money belonging of
right to the sixty five millions of men
A tariff reform bill was passed by the
house of representatives with a hope
I ful enthusiasm It went to the senate
in a blaze of glory and the ardent
tariff reform patriots all oyor the
union cried in ecstasy We have con
quered at last victory is soon to be
I ours j complete soulsatisfying victory
The bill went from a democratic house
to a democratic senate with a demo
cratic president himself an ardent
I tariff reformer behind all
1 The bill has been in the senate for
1 nearly two months There has been
wrangling talk and noise in that
chamber but no real progress has been
made This strange halting has at
1 tracted comment and curiosity both
it became so wonderful did this seem
ingly unfathomable delay that earnest
and honest men have set about the
task of its unravelment It is nor dis
covered that Philadelphia Pittsburg
and John Wannamaker have put their
heads togethei and have actually
raised seven millions of dollars to
baulk the reform movement The
sugar tr alone put three millions of
I
dollars into the scheme Under Mr
Stevenson ruling fortythree is a
majority of the senate There are
fortyfour democrats and this enor
mous sum is to be used to fix the popu
lists and enough of the democrat
within reach ot gold to defeat
the bill The republicans need no
fixing They will vote against it i
anyhow so that there is left only four
men to buy It is thought by this un
holy combination that a million and a
half will be amply sufficient to purchase
enough democrats to insure the defeat
I of tariff reform
Money has a wonderful power and
thereare few men eyen in our senate
today who would not look long and
I wistfully at a million and a half of
gold before they could summon enough
principle about them to enable them to
withstand the glamour of that enorm
ous sum Thus are the plutocrats gov
erning us Shame upon ns We fear that
If this bill does not speedily pass that
I the failure will be due to this seven
millions or others similarly raised and
I similarly devoted Is there no way to
ward off this evil save by revolution
IE it true that the bayonet alone can
confront gold in cases like this If eo
then revolution or anything else than
that a few men may so corrupt the
masses that the manhood of America
will sit down in adoration before a
nitre slopshop tailor who has made of
himself a nabob by having become one
I of the beneficiaries of the attrocious
ganeral tariff policy of the republican
p rty but more directly and especially
of the iniquitous McKinley bill
THE reform citv administration or
rather council has a nice way about it
of disregarding the taxpayer alto
gether They are there to foster the
1 Enquirer in every way The prices
they are now paying for stationery is a i
new experience Apparently they
have a far higher regard for their press
than the democrats have take better
care of their papers A celebrated wo
man of the French revolution criedo n
I one occasion 0 liberty how many
crimes have been committed in thy
name We paraphrase thus 0 re
form how many steals are perpetrated
In thy name Just now it will pay the
people who pay the taxes in Proyo to
keep a watchful eye upon the mod B
1 gentlemen who audit the bills of the
srvitors of this fair city The patriots
are becoming careless
OF course the Globe Democrat could
not see the nobility of Crisps relusal
oUhe senate Not it But for all that
It was a noble act and proves that the
party has still in its ranks men who
can make sacrifices when necessary
for the eternal principles of truth of
which the democracy is the custodian
Crisp is that man Crisp has sacrificed
and no man points to any like proceed
ing on the pare of any republican of
either high or low degree goweyer
151I
the Globe Democrat with all its ac
knowledged great abilities can lied
nothing else upon which to base a
charge against Crisp Crisp is the
best speaker the bouse has ever had and
we for one are clad that he had the
unselfishness to refuse the eenate
SILVER has heretofore been the
marker of the Quotations of wheat or
rather wheat has kept even pace with
the fluctuations of silver As silver
advances wheat advances As silver
recedes wheat recedes This is an
historical fact which binds the farmers
ot the west in indissoluble bonds
with the silver producers of the west
Dont forget it
As bad as the representatives in con
gress may be there are women in
Washington who can doublediscount
them For wicked women our Ameri
can capital leads the van The men of
the capital are not all bad nor the
women all angels The fact is it is a
case of six one and a half a dozen the
other
COL BRECKENBIDGST does notlack
brass He has assumed his place in
congress and will continue in the race
for reelection There is Mexico and
all South America to retire to and he
should march in that direction at once
It is the best thing he can do
MADELINE is sick in a hospital Shes
been there before and neither that in
stitution nor an assignation house
would be new to her Madeline is I
equal to any occasion or any situation
by her own testimony
KELLEY captured another train a I
short ways east from Council Bluffs I
and is rapidly going eastward The
army will surely get to Washington I
but what they will do there doeseut
seem so certain
Bright Spiiiig Days
The spring should be preeminently
a season of contentment happiness and I
hope In these bright and pleasant I
months the country should enjoy its
highest degree of tranquilIty and pros
perity But spring it is well known
as often a period of discomfort and dis
turbance in the physical system Im
portant organs of the body become
torpid or irregular in their action and I
the fact is instantly reflected in the
mental condition of the individual A
disordered liver means disordered nerves
and a dull and unsteady brain Any
thing which will bring the physical 1
system into harmony with budding
Nature confers an enormous benefit
upon the nation besides the mere
allaying of physical discomfort Hoods
Sarsaparilla does this as thousands of f
grateful and happy men and women 1
can testify nnd increased use of this
standard spring medicine is i of more
real practical importance in promoting
health and quiet in the business world I
than reams of abstract theorizing
Tho Young Moon
The editor of The Popular Science
Monthly takes certain imaginative writ I
ers to task for their unscientific and ab
surd statements regarding the young
moon and the crescent moon and ad
vises them to leave it alone because they
so often contrive to get it in the wrong I
place In a story which has come Binder
his notice he finds two friends des TJped L
as sittingout one summer evening look
ing over the Thames and the writer goes
on to say By this time the young moon
had arisen and its cold light shimmered
over the misty river Such writers are
reminded that the young moon goes to
bed early and can never be seen in the
process of rising
5100 Reward 5100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure
is fie only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a con
stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh
Cure is taken internally acting di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease and giv
ing the patient strengh by building up
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure
Send for list of testimonials
Adress F J CHENEY fc CO
Toledo Ohio
6Sold bv Druggists 75c
The Ruby as u Fruit
The people of Burmah believe that the
ruby is I a kind of fruit which will ripen
if you give it time They say that most
rubies do not ripen simply because they
are not allowed to do so If you want to
ripen the ruby in your ring according
to the Burmese idea you must take your
ring and lay it in the sun for one month
without disturbing it at all and at the
end of that time it will be ripe and
rood to latNew York JourniO
Our Grandmothers Way
Was to steep roots and herbs and use
it every night We can do the same by
using Parks Tea Nothing acts as
promptly and without discomfort Not
a pill or a cathartic but moves the
bowels every day Sold by Smoot Drug
Co
The Dictionary Habit
Yes its a good thing for a man to
refer to the dictionary but this practice
can often be carried to excess said a
well known magazine writer Why
Ive seen a man get BO much addicted to
this habit he continued that lie could
not write an ordinary letter without
turning to the dictionary three or four I
lines in order to ascertain some big
words that he could use This I think
is a very great waste of time
as he does
not express his meaning a bit better than
if f he had used some shorter and really
English words
Ballards Snow Liniment
Mrs Hamilton Cambridge Ills
says 11 had the rheumatism so bad j
could not raise my hand to my head
lallirds Snow Liniment has entirely
I cured me I take pleasure in informing
my neighbors and friends what it has
done for me Chas Handley clerk for
LaY J Lyman Kewanee Ills advises
us SnowLidiment cured him of Rheu
maticm Why not try it It will surely
do you good It cures all Inflammation
Wonnds Sores Cute Sprains etc
Sold by Smoot Drug Co
Houses for Rent
Apply to Evan Wride corner 0 and
Seventh streets Provo = It
tl As old as
T the hills and
i never excell
ed Cl Tried
4l and proven
is i the verdict
o f millions
S i m m 0 fl S
Liver Regu
lator is the
Eeffer only Liver
OOron1y
Eeffermedicine
medicine to
which you
can pin your
faith for a
1J7J tin 6ur e A
mild laxa
tive and
purely veg
etable act
ing directly
A I II Son the Liver
and Kid
neys Try it
Bold by all
Druggists in Liquid or in Powder
to be taken fry or made into a tea
The King of Liver L2edlclnea
ell have used your Simmons Liver Regu
lator and can conscienciously say it Is the
king of all liver medicines I consider it a
iirg1U gW 11
medicine I chest In itself GEO W JACB >
BON Tacoma Washington
43EVER PACKAGES
Hafl tho Z Stamp In red on wrapp
Trustees Sale
WHEREAS The Trovo Lumber Manu
facturing and Builrtinc Company a
corporation of Provo city Utah terri
tory by their certain deed of trust
dated March 7th 1894 and filed for re
cord and recorded in the office of the I
county recorder of Utah county Utah
on March 14th 1894 at 10 oclock a m
in book 24 of Trust Deeds page 158 to I
162 inclusive records of said county
conveyed to S it Thurman trustee
the following described real estate I
situate in Utah county Utaii territory I
bounded and described as follows to
wit
Commencing at the southeast cor
ner of lot one 1 in block one 1 plat
A Provo City Survey of Building
Lots running thence west 162 feet 2
thence north 80 feet thence west 75
feet thence south 80 feet thence west
159 feet thence north 12 rods thence
east 24 rods thence south 12 rods to
place of beginning Also all of the
South onehalf of lot one in block two
plat An Provo City Survey of Building
Lots
Also commencing 12 rods west of the
northeast corner of block sixtyeight
plat A Provo City Survey of Build
ing Lots thence south 12 rods thence
west 3 rods j thence north 12 rods j
thence east 3 rods to place of begin
ning
Also commencing 163 chains south ot
the southeast corner of block 3 plat A
Provo City Survey thence south 30
min west 1 chain thence north 89
deg 30 min west 3 chains thence
north 30 mm east 130 chains thence
south 84 aeg 35 min east 309 chains
to the place of beginning Area 0305
of an acre more or less and being in
section 12 township 7 south of range
2 east Salt Lake meridian Utah
county Utah territory
Also commencing 1360 chains east
and 2670 chains south of the northwest
corner of the southwest quarter of sec
tion 2 township 7 south of range 2
east Salt Lake meridian running
thence west 10 rods j thence north 8
rods j thence east 10 rods thence
south 8 rods to the place of beginning
containing area ot 80 squae rods
all in Utah county Utah territory
In trust however to secure the pay
ment of its certain promissory note in
the sum of ten thousand dollars 10
00000 with interst thereon at the
rate of ten per cent from date until
paid said note being dated on the
17th dav of February 1894 payable on
demand to A 0 Smoot the party of
the third part in said trust deed ana
being described in said trust deed and
WHEREAS Said trust deed pro
vides among other things that in case
of default in the payment of said prom
issory note then upon the application
of the legal holder of said promissory
note it shall be lawful for said trustee
or his successor in trust to sell said
premises or any part thereof at nublic
auction at the front door of the county
courthouse in Provo City Utah first
giving twenty days notice of the time
terms and place of sale and the prop
erty to be sold by advertising in some
newspaper published in Proyo city
and upon such eale to make execute
and deliver to the purchaser thereof a
deed in fee simple of the property sold
andWHEREAS
WHEREAS The payment of said note
has been demanded and default in the
payment thereot has been made
Now therefore pursuant to the power
in me vested by said trust deed and at
the request of the Deseret Savings
Bank of Salt Lake city Utah the legal
holuer of said note I the undersigned
B R Thurman trustee hereby give
notice that I will on the 21st day of
April 1894 at 2 oclock p m of said
day at the front door of the county
courthouse Provo city Utah county
Utah territory sell the said real estate
or so much thereof as may be necessary
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash in hand to pay the expenses
of said trust including reasonable at
torneys fees and the amount of the
principal of said note with interest at
the rate of ten per cent from the 16th
day of February 1894 and will make
conveyance to the purchaser of said
premises
S R THURMAN
Trustee
Date of first publication Malch 30th
1894
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO DISINCOtt
Ii porate In the the district court of the
First Judicial District ot Utah territory In
the matter of the application of the Saving
Investment company 01 Utah a cnrpoiatlon
to dissolve and disincorporate
Notico is herby given that the Saving In
vestment Company of Utah a corporation
formed under and by virtue of the laws of the
territory of Utah bus presented to the dis
trict court of the llrat Judicial District of the
territory of Utah a petition praying to bo al
lowed to disincorporate and dissolve and that
Tuesday the 17th day of April1804 at 10 oclock
a moo or as soon thereafter as counsel can bo
heard has been appointed as the time and the
courtroom of saM district court in the city
of Provo county of Utah as the nlaceat
which the said application is to be heard
In witness wheieof I have hereunt set my
hand and affixed the seal of the dIs
SEAL trlct court of the First Judlcal Dis
trict ot the territory of Utah at
provo city ino join aay or March A
D 1804D
I DH PEEKr JR Clerk
By B B THUR < IAN Deputy Clerk
William H King attorney for petitioners
The above notice is hereby ordered to be
published in HE DISPATCH at least once a
week for period of one month
H W SMITH Judge
Attest R BTHUKMAJT
Deputy Clark
NoncE TO CKEDITORSESTATE OF
JJM Andrew Sward deceased Notice is
is hereby given by the undersigned executor
of the estate ot Andrew Sward deceased to
the creditors of and all persods having
claims against the said deceased to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within four
months after the first publication of this
notice to tho said executor his residence in I
Provo City Utah county Utah territory
ANDHEW SWARD I
Executor pt the estate of Andrew Syard
deceased
pBtefl it t Proyo city DtRh Apr IS m
7 rrsrrr
QUilMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
O the First judicial districtTJf the territory
of Utah Dtah county
O W Huff plaintiff vs Ireta Homenway
C WHemenway and the Dixon Publishing
company a corporation defendants
The people of the territory of Utah send
greeting to Ireta Hernenway C W Hemen
fxe 6
fx nbli hin
way and the Dixon Publishing company a
corporation defendants
You are Hereby required appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiff in the district court of tho First Ju
dicial district of the territory Of Utah and to
answer the complaint filed therein within ten
days exclusive ot the day of service after
the service on you of this summonsif served
within this county or ifserved out of this
county but in this district within twenty
days otherwise within forty daysor judg
ment by default will be taken against you ac
cording to prayer of this complaint
Tho said action in brought to obtain a de
cree of this court for the foreclcsure of a cer
tain mortgnce described in the complaint
and executed by the said ireta Reinemvay et
alon the 1Gth day of July IfiW to secure the
payment of a certain promissory of tnat
date for JOOOO with interest at 10 per cent
per annum that the premises conveyed there
by may be sold and the proceeds applied to
the payment of said 200 with interest there
on tit 10 per centper annum from July 16 Ib93
for 5000 attorneys fees and the costs of this
suit and in case such proceeds are nt t suffi
cient to pay the same then to obtain an exe
cution against said Ireta Hemenway et al for
the balancts remaining due and also that the
said defendants and all persons claiming by
through or under them may be barred ana
foreclosed of all right title claim lien equity
of redemption and interest in and to said
mortgaged premises and lor other and fur
therrelief
For fuller particulars reference is hereby
made to the plaintiffs complaint now on die
herein
And you are heieby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to thC court lor thw relief therein demanded
Witness the Hon HarveyW Smith judgeand
the seal of the district court
of tho First Judicial district In and
SEAL for the territory of Utah thIs 2dth
day of Jlarch in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred
and ninetyfour
D H PEERY Jr Clerk
By B B Thurman Deputy Work
E E Dudley attorney for plaintiff
u n
AHSIIALS SALEPURSUANTTO AN EX
in ecution to me directed by the District
court of the First Judicial District of the Ter
ritory of Utah I shall expose at public sale at
tho front door of the county courthouse In the
city of Provo county of Utah and territory of
Utuhon tho 12th day of April 18U4 at 12
o clock m all the right title claim and in
terest of Evan Wride of in and to the
following described real estate situate lying
and being in Utah county and described ns
follows towit
Commencing 12 ch s of no cor of the se K 4 of
sec 3 tp 7 8 of r 2 p Salt Lake meridian I
thence w 1 deg north 745 ch thence s 1 deg
wcst 500 ch thence o 1 deg 1000 ch thence
n 1 deg e 500 chv thence west 1 deg n 255 ch
Area 5 00 acres
Also commencing 705 ch sand 3 20 ch o of
the nw cor of thfaswM sec2 tp 7 s ot r 2 o
thence 1 deg s I050elt thence s 1 deg w 10 UO
ch thence w Ideg n 1050 ch thence nl deg
e 1000 ch Area UY acres
The above described property will bo sold
subject to a certain mortgage executed by
The said Evan Wride And Phoebe T Wride his
wife dated June G Ib93 due one year after
date with interest the rate of iy per tent
per month from date until paid in favor of
Joseph E Chamberlain
Also commencing 700ch sot tho no cor of
thaso3iofec3tp7sofr2e Salt Lake me
rediun thence s 8U deg e 271 ch thence s1 deg
wSOOch thence 8 J deg w 1000 ch thence
u1 dege 500 ch thence s 89 del e i50 chains
Area 5acres
Less all that nortionor the above described
property occupied by the county roud
To bo sold as the property of Evan Wrido at
tho suit of the Mount Pleasant Commercial it
Savings Bank a corporation
Terms of sale cash
Dated March 22 iSSH
NAT M BHIOHAM U S Marshal
By W 0 NoitHErL Deputy Marshal
The above sale has been postponed until
Monday April 23rd at 12 oclock m at the
place above specifiedNAT
NAT W BRIQHAM
U S Marshal
By W 0 NOHKELL
Denutv
Dated April 1891
OUMMONSIN THE mSTlUCT COURT OF
Su the First Judicial District of the Territory
ot Utah Utah county
Martha J Pemberton plaintiff vs Telitha
Fidlor Mary L Christian William 0 Drake
Henry K Drake Artie AHoguo Manly Drake
Della E Hogue Kansas K Hogue B Frank
Milupr Mary A Drake Wm J Miles Esther
E Miluer David McPherson National Bank
of Commerce corporation H U ClatlinCo
a corpora ion Provo Commercial Savings
tititlc tv i1t M iuil itodnoy D Swueoy
defendants jT viP i
The People or the territory of Utah send
greeting to Telitha Fidlor Mary L Christian
William C Drake Henry K Drake Ante A
HogueAlanly Drake Delia E Hague Kansas
II Hogue B Frank Milner Mary A Drake
Wm J Miles Esther E Miluer David Mc
Pherson National Bank of Commerce a cor
poration H B Clallln Co a corporation
m f A fD Sa ii f
Provo Commercial and Savings Bank a cor
poration and Rodney D Swasey defendants
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the District Court of the
FirstJudicial l District of the Territory of
Utah and to answer the complaint filed there
in within ten days exclusive of the day of
service after the service on you of this sum
mons if served within this county or if
served out of this county but in r district
within twenty days otherwise within forty
daysor judgment by default will be taken
against you according to the prayer of this
complaint
The said action is brought to obtalna decree
of this court for tho partition of certain real
property fully set out and described in
plaintiffs complaint according to the re
spective rights of the parties aloresaid or if a
partition cannot be had without material in
jury to their rights then for a sale of said
premises and for a division of the proceeds
between the parties according to their rights
plaintiff prays for general relief
For fuller and further particulars reference
is hereby made to the plaintiffs complaint
now on file herein
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as I
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to tho court for the relief therein demanded
Witness the Hon Harvey W Smith Judge
and the Seal of the District Court
of the First Judicial District In and
SAL for theterritory of Utah this Kith
day of March in the year of our
ijotuono tnousana eight nunarea
and ninetyfour
DH PBBBV JR Clerk
Dy F D HiaaiNBOTUAM Deputy Clerk
Kellogg Corfman attorneys for plaintiff
i TOTICE OF APPLICATION TO D1S1NCOR
porate In the First Judicial District
court Utah county Utah territory In the
matter of the application of tho Lake Shore
Irrigaticn company a corporation to disin
corporate
Notice is hereby given that the Lake Shore
Irrigation company a Cornoration formed
under at d bv virtue of the laws of the terri
tory ot Utah has presented to the district
courtof the First Judicial District of the ter
ritory of Utah a petition praying to be al
owed to disincorporate nnd dissolve and that
Saturda the 28th day of April 8J4at 10
o clock in the forenoon or as soon thereafter
as the conusel time und can be the heard court has room been of appointed said district I as
court IH the city of Provo county of Utahas
the place at which the said anpllcation is to
boheard
In witness whereof have hereunto set my
hand and alBxed the seal of the dis
SEAL trict court of the First Judicial Dis
trict of the territory ot DtBhat Provo
city the 24th day of March A D
104
D H PEEiir Ju Clerk
Dy R B THDKMAN Deputy clerk
William 11 King attorney for petitioners
The above notice Is hereby ordered to be
published in THE DISPATCH for one month
H W SMITH Judge
Attest R BTHDRMAK Deputy Clerk
MARSHALS SALEPURSUANT AN
iU order of sale anddccreo or foreclosure
to mo directed by this First Judicial District
court of tho territory of Itah I shall expose
at public sale at the front door of the county
courthouse in the city of Provo county of
Utah and territory of Utah on the 27th day of
April 1894 at 12 oclock m all the right
title claim and interest Charles WBrewer
ton and Thomas Highampartners doing busi
ness as C W Browerton find Oompany Mary
Brewertonand T w Wimmer defendants
or in ana to cue followmtr described real
Estate eituite lying and being in Utah terri
tory Utah couatyand described as follows to
witBeginning seven and fiftyfour 7 54100
chains east and seven 881CO chains south one
H degrees west of the northwest quarto of
section five 16 in townshin nine CIJ south of
range two 2 east Salt LaKe Meridian thence
south b9 degrees east 10 83100 chains thence
south 25100 chains thence south 89 degrees
east 05100 chains thenco south 30 degrees
west 2C 62100 chains thence north 1J4 I degrees
east 1 21100 chains to beginning Ten 34100
acres JKUO or less
To Jo sold as the property of Charles W
Browerton and Thomas Highnm partners
doing business as C W Brewerton and Com
pany Mary Brewerton and T W Wimmer
deferdants at the suit of Emanuel Kahn
dolig business as Kahn Brothers
lerms or sale cash
NAT M BIUQHAM U S Marshal
By TspitAS FOWUJB Deputy Marshal
L ted April 4th 1894
JiBes p114 aphroe er avHoiWB for plslptf t1
f
j I I
I
rovo City Plan ing Mill
Manufacturers and Dealers in
All Kinds of Building Supplies Estimates Furnished
Biaildirug Contracts IMIsicle
Correspondence promptly attended to Located corner of H and 3d Telephone No 32
E J WARD SONS Props Provo City Utah
HKOFESS10NAL CARDS
=
SAMUEL UCLYcr
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended to
O co First Mational Bank Buildlng Provo
WILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 First National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
J B BOOTH E A WILSOF A BOOTH
BOOTH WILSON
AttorneysatLaw
No 23 North J Street
PEOVO UTAH
A i > GASH
Atom eyat Law
Itoom 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN tG i WEDGEWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms 1 and 3 First National Bank 13ai1uing1
PROVO UTAH
M M WARNER I P P WARNER
w ARKER WARNER
Attys and Counselors
At Law
Kooms 13 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
M M KELLOGG E COHFMAN
KELLOGG CORFMAN
AttorneysatLaw
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
s K KING
Attorneyat Law
Office in National Bank of Commerce Building
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
ROBERT ANDERSON
ItiorneiiaHaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldrodgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D HOUTZ
D
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
Li JESSEJ KNIGHT
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 1 and 3 First National Bank Building
PROVO UTAH
A E VEATCH
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 9 andO Union Block
PROVO UTAH
Q WHUFFCO
DEJfTISTS
Office on J Street up stairs Opposite
Postoffice Provo
RFF REED
DRE
EJTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
A McCURTAIN M D
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 8 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 12 a m2 to 4 p m
Residencoone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4ff of
fice telephone No 28
B SEARLE
W
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
R C WATKINS
ArchUect and 81Iperinlendenl
Office in Union Block
PROVO UTAH
R E KNOWLDEN I E JONES
NOWLDEN JONES
GENERAL FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE AGENTS
PO Box 11
PROVO UTAH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FATE OF
lN David Clark deceased Notice is hereby
glven by undersigned administrator of the
estate of David Clark deceased to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims against
the said deceased to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers within four months after
the first publication of this notice to the said
administrator at Lehi Utah County Utah
Territory
JAMES B QIDDFE
Administrator of th estate of David Clark
deceased
Dated at Provo City TJteb April 4 JgM I
7W k Thurman attorney for tat
TAYLOR BROS CO
ARE
Receiving Daily
Carpets
FTjrniture
Wall Paper
Lace and Chenelle Curtains
FOP SfTPOEDcy Trade
ForSprngTrade
TAYLOR BROS CO
PROVO CITY UTAH
Bocks Jowelry 4 ° Store
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
Diamonds Watches Silverware Ect
Prices to Suit the Times
Expert Watchmaker and Opticiao
If you want anything done in watch repairing it will
pay you to call and see me In Pyne Maibens
Drug Store Centre St Provo
Ju BECK The Jeweler
REED SMOOT President M H HARDY M DSec Tree
W R PIKE M D ViceVreaulent L U KLw
ALKX HKD UIST JR Mgr
SMOOT DRUG CO
Wholesale f Retail Druggists
We Carry a Full Line of TOILET ARTICLES PERFUM
ERY CHEMICALS DRUGS ETC ETC
FINE CIGARS < Sc TOBAOOOS
Perscriptions Carefully Prepared Day or Night
Mail Orders Proippfcla AHeqded to
H G3 BLUMENTHAL CO
CALVANIZED CORNICE MAKERS
TINNERS
AND
COPPfPR sitrriis
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE PROVO UTAH
HENRY WAGENER
California IE3rewerr
EMIGRATION CANYON
LAGER IBIEIEIEB 7
Bottled Beer a Specialty AND WHOLESALE RETACI
Office aJd epo4s 17 aijd 3S Easi 2ti Sob h st
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
HOTE II RGAN
12 R E < D T E I > 1S90 91
Rates from 100 to 250 per day
AMES lCAl AJtf P Elj OPEAlW PLAN
Convenient to all Business Portions of the City
Electric Bells Hot and Cold Water Steam Heat
Electric Light in Every Room Hot and Cold Baths
Steam ro Elevator Fire Escapes on Every Floor
VJOOQ ample itooms Dining Koom on Fifth Floor
I 1fMN MOJtGAN Prop Salfc Lake Gifcy 1fca I
PATRONIZE 8 0 N H M 0 INDUSTRY D U S
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Salt Lake Custom
5 MIl T M A IEIS
Office and Factory
BOOMS 55 AND 56 MERCANTILE BLOCK
Over Walker Bros Flyer Co
Salt Lake City Utah
COLOKEDSILE and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS A SPECIALTY I
ALSO REPAIRING

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