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THE EVENING DISPATCH
OlIN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
Entered at the Fostotflce Provo Utah for
ransmission through the mails as second
class matter
Tho office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocatod half block north of the First National
flank
Al communications should be addressed to
THE DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Uowoy is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly
DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be
d lv respected by this officeJNO
JNO a BAHTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognized
in settlement unless signed by
JOHN L BARTOW
PROVO CITY JULY 9 1894
THE STRIKE SITUATION
There does not seem to be adequate
cause for the present strike although
there is a rather higher grade of men
mixed np in this than in any other of
the previous strikes occurring this
year But whatever the underlying
causes may be the effects have been
andare widespread and disastrous to
eatisfy he most blood minded anar
chist who ever struggled to destroy the
safeguards of law and invite the reign
of chaos It eame10n at once during
the last hours of the coal strike and
after that unfortunate affair had rip
ened its baleful crop of evils The
country was not prepared for another
strike on the scale of this last while
the strike element was not only pre
pared but admirably prepared at that
and disciplined for the work as well
The black wave of incendiarism law
lessness and arson broke in one mass of
horror upon one of our most import
ant western citiesalmost without warn
ing The state authorities sat still
while the lines were being established
manne4Lvfd supplied with fighting
jiiterial Altgeld claimed that he had
troops enough and would not hear of
Mr Clevelands sending him any help
He flew into a pet and wrote a long
unnecessary letter to Mr Cleveland
A little reflection would have taught
Mr Altgeld and his advisors that Mr
Cleveland probably feels uneasy for
the valuable interests of the United
States in the beleagured city That he
had plenty of means at hand to protect
all this perfectly if due care was taken
and due preparation made on the
local field goes without Baying
Yet the facts are that the strike
did occur it did become dangerous not
onlv to the interests of the United
States but the very existence of the
city Itself was threatened That vast
ricbandfaiE city was on fire in forty
p laces at once and f
nithi1wittfangrY ex ucflInmger
oils mobs before Mr Altgeld and his
state government had done anything
more than strengthen the police a little
This was not the sort of preparation
that would suit a soldier It did not
suit the president Doubts too had
been expressed as to the reliability
of the militia in a great emerg
ency and probably this doubt had
found lodgement in the presidents
breast This would naturally make
him anxious to have in the city and
within reach a force of disciplined and
perfectly reliable men However the
is Chicago militia behaved better than
any one had been willing to believe
Doubtless Mr Altgeld himself was
aurprised with his militia They stood
litu old regulars and did their duty
like patriot These circumstances
put a little chan oJv < r utiiilrdtion
Indeed ought the federal authorities
be careful that the situation wa rrants
its interference before it exhibits
military force on any field or under
any circumstances Neither feaeral nor
state authority should refrain when
the safety of a city a state or the
federal property is threatened or whEn
the regular transmissions of the mail
or interfered with The time for
moralizing cr philosophizing is then
past The time for action has come
and act we must with determination
efficiency and with wisdom and for
bearance too The strike must be put
down business must be resumed but
while all this is being done wouldnt
it be as well if we considered a little
how it may be done so that there would
be no more of it or bow we could
render the business of striking a little
less fashionable than it is at present
IT in a curious fact but if any one
will note closely he will find that the
name of evers man killed or hurt in the
Chicago riots is a foreign one Only
here and there and always among the
defenders of law and order appears the
nan = es of our dear od Anglo Saxon dead
or Bounded Here is an immense and
very suggestive fact Take up the re
ports of the terrible riots in Chicago
of Saturday afternoon and see it we
are not right The anarchist must be
sent back to Europe either at the ex
pense of this nation or the nation
fcuey came from We will never have I
peace until this great act of justice is
performed
WELL they have martial law in Chi
cago at last and Goy Altgeld will find
out that the anarchists of that city do
not run it altogether There is authority
to control if only it is searched for
earnestly If the president will only
now take hold of the situation in earn
est order will prevail within twenty
four hours and the trains will be again
running from the Atlantic to the Pacific j
as of yore There are times when tIle
strong hand with a gun in it is to be
held out to those who violate the law
This is one of those times and your
Uncle Grover is the man to dothe nec
ssary gracefuly
3
THE Mt Pleasant Pyramids com
ment published Saturday was veiy
just It is a shame that the Enquirer
could not permit a chance such as ° this
to go by without exhibiting its usual
jealous spleen In the contest for God
dess for Fourth of July THE DISPATCH
was attempted to be sit upon in all
ways by one of the committees and
the Enquirer The truth falls out that
this paper made far more money than
the other paper out of it all and it was
these big orders all alone which soured
the milk in its bosom How the ladies
feel when they know they were used
only to gather the Enquirers hot chest
nuts from the fire we know not
neither do we care
OUR good old friend the Tribune on
Sunday treated the republican party to
seven sharp awful lectures for having
demonetized silver twenty years ago It
claims that had that not been done we
as a nation had been two thousand
millions richer than we now are It
isnt often that one gets such a raking
ever from a member of the family and
the republican party will be greatly
eJified doubtless The Tribunes in
dictment of the g f o p contains many
other counts and some of them are
dreadfully exasperating
THE prentices are now writing th
leaders on the Tribune The old
men are absent on a trout trail it
seems It is a good time to be out of
the way while such a tangled web as
this strike matter is being cleared up
The Trib has an apprentice who is
useful in many ways when he is not
shining em up for de gemman in de
hall
THE riot in Chicago is a disgrace to
humanity Everybody knew it was
coming but nobody made any pro
visions for stamping it out when it did
cnne
THE Tribunes work anent the de
monetization of silver is very good
literature albeit it may not answer the
republican ciuse very well just now
DEBS aud Sovereign had better be
trying to withdraw their men from this
deplorable fight than in sending im
pudent messages to the president
The WhY and Wherefore
There is nothing marvelous in tbe
fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla should
cure so many diseases When you re
member that a majority of the dis
orders flesh is heir to are due to im
pure or poisonous condition of the
blood and IhatjIoGtPs Sarsaparilla is
an effective a ii radical blood purifier
the whole thin is explained
Besides its blood purifying qualities
Hoods Sarsaparilla also contains the
best vegetable stomach tonics diure
tics kidney remedies and livet inyigor
ants and is thus an excellent specific
fo 11 i fS of these organs as
n Pvstem
E OL TWINS
ilvlrJ nd Fimira Fife of Poterboro NH
Ar Entitled to the Honor
At Peterborfc N H live Elvira and
Elmira Fife vVho claim to be and prob
ably are the oldest twins living Next
August they altbe 83 At the age of
14 they entered the employ of a local
manufacturing company and for 60 years
they remained on its psj roll the max
imum wages earned being 99 cents pet
day and the minimum 71 cents for three
days labor
A Boston Journal reporter recently
visited them
Is ifc true you have never ridden on
a railroad train queried he
It is was the reply and what is
more said both in one voice we nev
er wilL Although tho Boston and Maine I
railroad has run cars within 10 rods of
our door ever since they built the road
into this town we have never yet enter
ed a car Wo came pretty near it at one
time A few years ago some of the
townspeople wished us to take a ride in
the cars and we came so near it that wa
went fc > the depot but backed out be
fore we got aboard
Nor have these ladies ever entered
theater and vary rarely did they enter i
society and in all their lives they have I
been separated but 70 hours at any one
interval and when Elvira was taken ill
and it was for a few days thought she
could not recover Elmira was nearly cra
zy and threatened to commit suicide 11
her sister was taken away
I dont wish to live if the old worn
Rn as they always call each other is
taken away
The strong resemblance between them
is still as prominent as ever One great
peculiarity tbout these women has been
that although living in the same house
and eating from the same table they
hav always lived separatelythat is
each has cooked her own meaL If ono
had a boiled dinner the other had a
boiled dinner and it was not cooked in
the same pot either If one had a turkey
the other would buy a little larger one
and s ° in everything they vied with
each other to see who would live the
better
A Cheltenham correspondent states
that he builders clerk to a well known
firm in Cheltenham boast
can by say =
ing that we do sufficient trade in this
town alone to keep a nation in regular
employment The answer must be ap
pended The firm have an apprentice
whose name is A Nation Hereford
i JZ l i Joornr
STATE OF OHIOUXY IOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY f j ss
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F J CHENEY Co doing business in
the city of Toledo County and state
atoresaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DAL
LARS for each and every case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HALLS CATARRH CORK
FRANK J OHEN EY
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
berAD 1880
J A W GLEASON
SEAL
1 Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system Send
for testimonials free
F J CHENEY CO
Toledo 0
rSold by U Druggists 7 5c
As old as
the hills and
never excell
ed l Tried
I and proven
is the verdict
o f millions
S I m m 0 II S
Liver Regu
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r J tin cure mild laxa A
tive and
purely veg
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ing directly
A t 1ii s on the Liver
I IfiJ and Kid
neys Try it
Sold by all
Druggists Liquid or in Powder
to be taken cKry or made into a tea
Tho Hing of Liver Medicines
I I have used your2immons Liver Regu
lator and can conscientiously say it Is the
king of all liver medicines I consider a
medicine chest in itselfiEo W JAO
CON Tacoma Washington
yEVKRy PACKAGE
Xns the Z Stems IB red on wrnppe
40C F ONE
A New Invention Which Might Bt used to
Advantage In Itarbcr Shops
An Ohio inventor has just patented an
effective auxiliary telephone which is
designed to be used in connection with
substations Tho auxiliary consists of a
specially constructed chair The back
of the chair is so made that it will act as
a transmitter so that a conversation
may bo carried on with perfect ease
while the operator is seated in the chair
The principlo on which this patent oper
ates is the vibrations produced in the
body of the speaker which are trans
mitted to the chair back and thence over
the line in tile usual manner
This chair telephone is so designed
that the chair will answer the purpose
of an ordinary office chair Mr McKel
vey the inventor is now making exper
meats with a view of putting this at
tachrnenfc to any ordinary chair now in
rise In devising this telephone Mr Mc
Kelvey has departed from the usual
paths followed by inventors and has
proceeded along new lines employing a
bipole nonmetallic diaphragm in the re
ceiver a compound induction coil the
tertiary coil of which is connected in ae
ries and an amplifying magnet located
immediately behind the diaphragm in
the transmitter This telephone has
been successfully worked over 115 miles
of telegraph wire with earth return and
it is believed that when further experi
ments are made a distance much greater
than this can l > s successfully work d
Electrical World
I It is put forward as one proof of f
nge of Hmnt
ifIUiID
Chester is a fill
James I picked fruit in 1623 At es
Tarring in Sussex a large fig tree still
stands siiid to have been planted by
Thomas a Becket
i
W P BAYES of 2405 Jones street
Omaha Neb says ot Parks Sure
Cure My wife has been constitu
tionally wrecked for years Tried
everything fruitlessly My druggists
persuasion backed bv his guarantee
induced me to buy a bottle of Parks
Sure Cure The results are truly won
derlul Parks Sure Cure for the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific for
the disease of Women Sold by Smoot
Drug companv
He Didnt do a Thing
but make the trip to Chicago on the
Chicago Union Pacific Nortl west
m Line Why Time the quickest
solid vestibuled train no change of
coach at the Missouri River Through
first and secondclass Sleepers and
Dining Cars
For full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P ystem
For Sale Cheap
The Holdaway Park grounds con
sisting of three acres on West Mainbe
iween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets
A pply at this office
I
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
SAMTTBL CORNABY
Spanish Fork Utah
Houses for Ran
Apply to Evan Wride corner C and
eventh streets Provo
SHERIFFS SALE
urauant to a decree of foreclosure
and order of sale to directed by the
District court of the First Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Utah J shall
expose at public sale at the rormerolace
of business of the Provo Lumber Manu
facturing Si Buildine company
corner J and First streets in the city
of Provo county of Utah and territory
uf Utah on the 11th day of July A D
1804 at 12 oclock m the jllowing
described property towit
All lumber consisting of rough and
finishing lumber lath shingles doors
windows sash mouldings pickets
combination fencing etc eto now
located on Jots 12 3 and 8 in block 1
plat uA Provo city survey Frovo
city Utah
Also all machinery and all hardware
consisting of nails hammers hatchets
door locks hinges screws carpenter
tools etc etc now located in the
building of mortgagor on lot i block 1
plat A Provo city survey Provo
city Utah
Also iwo horses one 3U Cooper
wagon one 2J6 Studebaker wagon
To be sold as the property the Provo
Manufacturing Building company a
corporation and Josiah W Cluff as
assignee atthe suit of the Deseret Na
tional bank a corporation
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
Dated at lrovo city Utah county
June 20th 1894
Thurman and Wedgwood attorneys
for plalnttff
HYPNOWI8U NUTSHELLED Greatest
U t flu I ioji book out Tolls all about
the wonderful subject Whatever your vIews
are on Hypnotism you will find this book of
great value Published price 50 eta Sent
iree transportatl llpropaid if you remit 25
cents for subscription to Homes and
Hearthll thc elegant household monthly
Address HOMES AND HEAKTHS PTJBLlBft
JtiQ CO yew York
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TROBATE NOTilCE IN ThE PROBATE
PROBATE and for Utah county territory
of Utah In too matter of the estate of
Thomas Mitchell deceased
Order appointing time and place for settle
ment of nnal account and to bear petition for
distribution
On reading apd filing tee petition of
Evan Wride administrator of the estate of
Thomas Mitchell deceasedEettinjc forth that
he has filed his final account of his ministra
tion upon said estate in this court that all the
dehtsclalmS and against raid estnt < have
been fully paid and that a portion ot said es
tate remains to bb divided among the heirs of
the said deceased and praying among other
things for an order allowing said final account
and of distribution of the residue or said
estate among the persons entitled
Itisordereu that all persons Interested in the
estate of the said Thomas Mitchell deceased
le and appear before the probato court
ot tbe count ofUtabat the court room of said
court in the county courthouse on the 14th
day of July 1594 at 10 oclock a m then
and there to show cause why an order allowing
said final account and of distribution
should not be made of the residue of
said estate among the heirs and devises of the
said Thomas Mitchell deceased according to
law
It is further ordered that the clerk cause
notices to be posted in three public
placns in Utah county and a copy of this or
der to be published in THE DISPATCH
a newspaper printed and circulated in Utah
county three weeks successivelyprior to said
14th day of July 1894
WAKHEN N DTJSENBEKRY
Probate Judge
Dated Juno 20 1894
TEIUUTORY OF UTAH l
COUNTY OF UTAH P
I V L Ualliday clerk ottne probate court
in and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a fulltrue
and correct copy of the original order appoint
ing time for settlement ot final account
and to hear petition for distribution
of the estate of Thomas Mitchell deceased
andnowon file and of record in my office
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at my office In Provo city this 20th
sEmi day of June A D 1891
V L HALIIDAY
Clerk of the probate court Utah oountvTJT
ALIAS
OUMMONS THE DISTRICT COURT OF
0 the First Udfcial District of the territory
01 Utah Utah county
Dennis Sullivan plaintiff vs John Beck
Henry Rice Jonathan Rico William LOx
David Kleeman Benjamin Kisemanand I Elias
Michael partners under the name of Rice
Stix Jo John J Cushing Charles E
Poweil J A Cunningham and Henry E Tay
lor defendants
The people of the Territory of Utah send
greeting to John HecK Henry Rice Jonathan
itice William Stir David Eisoman Benjamin
Elseman and Ellas Michael partners urcler
the name of Rice Stix Co John Cushing
Charles E Powell 1 A Cunningham and
Henry ETaylor defendants
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiL in tho district court of the
First Judicial District of the territory of Utah
and to answer the complaint filed therein
within ten days exclusive I of the day of ser
vice after the servico on you of thissummons
if served within this couuty or if served out
ut this county but l in this district with
In twenty days otherwise within forty days
judgment by default will bo taken against
you according prayer ot this complaint
fthJ
The said action f brought to obtain the judg
mentand decree of this court for tho fore
closure of tho mortgage described said com
plaint and executed by tho saId defendant
John neck on the 10th day ot December limO
and duly recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of the county of Utah in the Terri
tory of Utah in book No 11 of Mortgages
pages 53 and31 to secure the payment of a
promissory note ofthcdefen ant John Bock
lorl 60u dated at Eureka Utah November
SMth Hmo parable ninety days alt r date to
the plaintiff or order ith interest at the rate
of eight per cent per annum from date and
interest o said note at the rate of ton per
cent per annum from the S4lh day of Febru
ary JbOl less payments made thereon in the
su m of two thousand dollar that the premises
conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and
the proceeds applied to the payment of paid
promissor note attorneys fees for an
Ilmounteq Ito three per cent ot the amount
of thp judgment hrein obtained on said note
and payment of costs commissions and ex
penses of sale and ia case such proceeds are
not sufficient to pay the same then to obtain
a judgment and execution agai st said de
fendant Beck for the balance remaining un
paid and also that the said defendants and all
persons claiming by through or under them
may be barred and foreclosed of all right
title claim lien equity of redemption and
Interest t to td rtpaged premises
will more
jejtnIdaedPrjjj
wlu pj
to the coui or ttWirei therein demanded y
Witness tho Han iVirrey W Smith Judge
and the seil of the district court of
the First judicial district in and for
lSEALI the territory of Utah this 30th day
of June in ithe year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninetyfour
D H PEERY Jn Clerk
By F D HIGQIMJOTHAM JR Deputy Clerk
WO Hull itttoriiHvforniRlntjff
First insertion July 21334 I
PROBATE NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
1 COlrt in and for Utah county Utah
Uorritory I
In the matter of the estate of Simon P
Westfull oecased
Order lor notice of hearing In petition for
partition and assignment or dower
On reading and tiling too petition of Mary
E Lafavor praying for partition of the estate
of Simon P Ucstfall deceased and for the
assignment of toe widows dower therein
It is ordered that Monday the 10th day of
July A It 16P4 at 10 oclock a m ot that < fay
at the oflico of tho Probate JudKnat the court
house in Provo City Utah County Utah Ter
ritory be appointed for hearing said petition
and that the clerk give notice thereof by
causing copy or thii order to be published
in TUE DISPATCH a newspaper printed and
publisned in frovo City Utah County and
Territory of Utah for six successive weeks
prior to said dayot hearing
WARRliN N DDSENBERRY
Probate Judge
Dated Juno 21894
Tencoryof Utah I
County of Utah B8t
1 V Ualliday clerk of the probate court
in and for Utan county territory of Utah
hereby corlity that the foregoing Is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
lor notice of hearing in petition for partition
and assignment of dower in tho estate of
Simon iWestralldeceasedand now on flloand
ol record in my office
Witness my band and the seal of said court
at ins office In Provo city this 2nd
SEAL day of Junc A Dl Ib94
V L HALLTDAY
Clerk oCtheProl > ate Court Utahcou nty UT
SHERIFFS SALE PURSUANT TO A DE
O crcoor foreclosure and an order of sale to
me directed bv tee district court ot the First
J uciicial district of the Territory of Utah 1
shall eXPose at public sale at the front dcor
of the COUnt court house in the dity of
Provo county of Utah lerrltcry of Utah on I
the 7th Cay of July 1894 at 12 oclock w the i
lolloping described icai estate towit
The laud and premises directed to be Sold by
this decree arc bituate lying aud beiiiA in tee
city of Pleasant Urove county of Utah ana
Territory or UtiiII nod bouudqd and particu
larly described us tollows
Beginning 65 chains east of the norlhwest
corner ol the southwest quarter ot section 33
towufahips south of range S east Salt Lake
merIdIan lllence south degrees west a05
chains thence south iIYZ degrees wet 52
chains thence south 274 chains thence south
85k degrees west lOtti chains thence
north 10 degrees west idJi chains
thence north 73 degrees east 1032
chains thence south 2Hi degrees west 3JQ
chains thenno north b7H degrees east B78
chitin thence south 412 chains thence west
hunks to place of beginning Area 1375
acres
To to gold as the property of Juventa Pier
pontat the suit or the First ationr Bank
of frovo corporation
Terms of sale Cash
Dated Juno Iii 1611
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah county
Wm H King attorney
NOTICE TO CREDlTORtsESiATE OF
L Joseph Haycock dooeasodNoticc is here I
by given by the undersigned administrator of
the estate of Joseph Haycoca Jr deceased
to the creditors 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 at the probnto court at Castle Dale
Emery County the same being the place to
transact the business of the estate
I I JOSEPH HAYCOCK
Administrator of the estate of Joseph Hay
cock Jr deceased
Dated this 2nd dav of Juno 1894
TVTOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF
NOTICE Nelson deceased Notice is j
hereby given by the undersigned administra
tor ol the estno of Isaac Nelsen deceased
to tho credltois of and all persons h aving
claims against the said deceased to exhibit
them wIth the < Sary vouchers within four
months alter die first publication of this no
tice to the saiuladministrater at his residence
in lrovo CitY Utah County Utah Territory
1 EVAN WjtiDE
Administrator of tho estate of Isaac Nol
pen deceased I
Dated jtf rota City Utah Juno 9fh
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I D r 0 v 0 City Planing Min
EJ WARD SONS Props
Manufacturers of
SASH BOOKS FRAMES MOULDINGS PORCH STAIEWOEK
AND COMBINATION FENCE
Also Dealers in
Lumber Lath Shingles and General Building Material
Oorner 3d and H streets Telephone No 32 Provo Utah
KHUFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended to
O ceo First national Bank Building Provo
WILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Booms 5 and 7 First National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
J E Boom E A WILSOH
BOOTH WILSON
AttorneysatLaw
No 23 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
lJ GASH
AD
Atom eyat Law
Room 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
TILUKMAN WEDGWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms 1 and 3 First National Bank Bniluing
PROVO UTAH
AABNER KNIGHT
WARNER
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 5 c 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
M M KELLOGG E E CORFMAN
KELLOGG CORFMAN
KELLOGG
Attorney sat Law
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
u u u
K KING
SK
Attorneyat Law
Olficoin National Bank of Commerce Building
on 7th Street
I PROVO CITY UTAH
A
IltorneyalLavf
Rooms 4 and 5 Kldrcdge Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
HOUTZ
DD
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
A E VEATCH
A
Attorn eyatLaw
Booms 9 and 10 Union Block
PROVO UTAH
QOREN CHRISTENSEN
SO
ItiorneiatLaw
Mount Pleasant Utah
RP F REED
DRF
DEJJTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
AI McCURTAIN M D
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 HInes Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 13 a m3 to 4 p m
Residcnceone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4E of
fice telephone 28
EORGE SMART
GEORGE
Physician Surgeon
SPANISH FORK UTAH
Office opposite Post office
Calls day and night
J F NOXES M D
PHYSICIAN SURGEON
Office over Pyne Maiben Room 12
Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Residence 1 block south B Y A
PROVO CItY UTAH
B SEAKLE
W I
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy I
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Proyo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
I
I R o W WATKINS
IrclittBBl and Superintendent
Office In Union Block
PROVO UTAH
K E KNOWLDEN I E L JONES
K NOWLDEN JONES
GENERAL FlUE AND LIFE
INSURANCE AGENTS
F O Box U I
PBOVQ AB I
The Good Things Life
MAY ALL BE FOUND AT
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Maiben Block J Street Provo
None but the Finest Goods Dealt in at
WILSON < Sc NEIEA URS
Do You Wear Pants
Member Plpoil Ml Prices
Pants to Order350 to 1075
Suits to Order 1450 to 45
Overcoats to Order 11 to 35
Over Three Hundred and Fifty Patterns to select from
Latest Spring Styles now in
Domestic EnglishScotch Franch Goods
Full DRESS SUIT in very Latest Cut 80 to 75
PLYMOUTH ROCK PART P ca C
172 South State Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Union Fific P System
Time Table In Effect May 6 1894
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325 p W 115 am Ogden 730 prii 1040 jjjjj
iir 4a Ar 300 am Lv 6 Lv 930
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Lv7 45 Ar 610 u Ar 920 u
6 49 8 45 Lehi Junction 1O u 822 u
652 848 Lehi 6 07 819 u
658 to 854 co AmericanFork501 u 813 H
704 u 859 Pleasant Urove 455 u 807 II
714 909 Lake View 444 750 U
Lr725pm 920 H Provo 4 32 Lv745 atx
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929 Springville422
98 u Spanish Fork414 u
948 Benjamin 407
4
957 Payson 356
iO0S H Santquin 345
LI CO Nepbi 25551
1255 p m Moroni J 5 am
140 H Epbraim l830 I
205 Mami 800
Ar1l40 a mot Juab 215 p m Lv
Lv 1210 p m 130 h Ar
S1O p m Milford 605 a m
10OOpm Frieco 430 u
Arrive Leave
rains outh or JUUD run jally except unaay
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for O den daily at 7 Go a m3O am 240 62 Oonv
pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lakedaily at 145am 9 00am 325pm fc705Dm
Logan Train leaves Provo at745 a m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 640 i
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 745 a m arrive Etlleka
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 p m and arrive Provo 725 p 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
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Before buying Through Tickets get our figures
For further information as to rates maps etc write to your neare TJaJon
Pacific ticket agent
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