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THE EVENING DISPATCH
IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
Entered at the Fostofflce at Provo Utah for
ransmiBsion through the malls as second
class matter1
The office or THE EVENING DISPATCH
ocated half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed to
THE DISPATCH Provo Utah
r
7f NOTICE
Mr E 8 Oowey is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly
DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be
dtr respected by this officeJNO
JNO I BARTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognized
in settlement unless signed by
JOHN BABTOW
PROVO CITY JULY 31189
PARTISANSHIP
Of course achieving statehood was a
great thing The crowning of tha ter
ritory with the diadem of sovereignty
the fulfillment of the ardent aspira
tions of the thousands of patriotic po
pie especially among the hardy old
pioneers of Utah creates a sentiment
infinitely higher than mere partisan
ahip It is or ought to be some thing
livlier than mere republicanism or
democracy It is the fruition of all the
higher and nobler sentiments of the
people of all the people Yet we have
the Chairman of the republican cen
tral committee and his moral hench
men such as Graham of the Enquirer
advising tho people to stay away from
Saltair on the first because the matter
was first moved in by democrats This
comes about only because there is a
democratic national as well as territor
ial government on It was meet and
proper for the democrats to move first
and when the call w as made for a gen
eral and formal celebration of the con
summation of so many hopes such
ardentjhopesit naturally devolved upon I
tbe officials of the territory to co first
Tnereadine of the proclamation for lee
tion of delegate to tne coming consti
tutional convention will be done by a
democrat because the reader is him
self the democratic governor of Utah
How could ell this be avoided Now
because of this the republicans are
urged to stay away from this semi
official celebration of the greatest event
in all the previous history of the terri
torv
The republican managers are afraid
t that should the masses of their party
hear these things from the lips of t e
men who have worked this great politi
cal event oat oyer their prolonged and
earnest opposition they might be in
fluenced to vote the democratic ticket
this fall being reasonable and reason
ably intelligent grateful and patriotic
men Itjust simply resolves itself to
this that they recognize the wonderful
service the democracy has done Utah
and they fear the effect it will have
upon the masses of its citizenship
it is sheer cowardiceand the
poverty of their claims upon the
people and L
act t I u OlutelY
without resources to meet the situa
tion with any hope of contending with
it successfully It is indeed a poor
thing that in a matter such as this
their jealousy and chagrin is of such
character that they cannot act for one
day upon a matter of such vast import
ance tu Utah with the democrats to
whose devotion they and all Utah owe
this great boon
r This circumstance ought in and of
itself to insure their defeat if there
were no other causes It is a disgrace
to the republican party to be able to
assign no higher or better reason for
the churlish position the party has as
sumed in this matter It also indi
cates tbe desperate straights to which
their campaign baa been reduced by
the fortunate passage of the Utah bill
That a party has no favorable history to
urge can pDmt to no lusty effort in all
the long years they were in power in
the territory which fairly entitles
them to the favorable consideration
I of the voters is most unfortunate tor
them It virtually equals their asking
consideration upon their manly 1 op
position to all suggestions of statehood
ana the humiliating reasons they as
signed all along why statehood should
not be granted and these reasons were
that the people were not worthy to be
trusted upon the two questions of po
lygamy and church government
Tneso things do not entitle the repub
lican party to expect the vote of Utah
If they still entertain such expectation
we can tell them they are doomed to
the master disappointment of their
lives They dare not meet with the
democrats because all of their hollow
protestations of friendship to Utah
will become more and more apparent
If they do
I
THE campaign will open in earnest
after the governors proclamation cal
ling for an election of delegates to a
constitutional convention published
The fur will fly then and Utah will see
the livliest campaign she has overseen
We believe the republicans will do
their best to secure a majority of the
delegatesfirst because of the moral ef
fectupon the voters as a preparation
f ir the subsequent election for the first
state administration senators and
congressman and second in order to
impress themselves strongly upon the
resulting constitution itself Doubt
less the democrats are wideawake to
all this and will be fully prepared to
countermine against it The demo
crats have the game in their own
hands at this moment and it they do
not foolishly throw it away they will
come out victorious
ACCORDING to the Herald of Mon
day the republicans at home in the
great east and at Washington are busy
picking out the list of probable sena
ors from Ujah The list thus far
4i
n k
L a
presents the names of political hacks
adventurers hangers onand the like
It is not a formidable list at all at all
The one picturesque name given and
the only tolerable one isOur Frat kie
but this very picturesqueness is what
is going to prove fatal to Frank as it
has done already in the past No no
Frankie will not seat his beautiful and
graceful figure in the senate chamber
this time He may do it in the future
no one knows however but at the
present it would seem that ere
Frankies time comes he will He slight
ly over as he is now under age
THE senate confirmed Judge King
yesterday This action of that bt dy
is a wise and timely one From every
standpoint the appointment can be
looked at from it is wise and correct
The high character of the new judge
as to ability legal leerning and in
tegrity gives us an officer alike above
suspicion and out of reach of prejudice j
Thus may we claim that the entire
democratic administration is making
no distinction as to an officers religious
sentiments This puts a quietus for
ever we hope upon hostility or preju
dice against the Mormon faith in gov
ernment matters
I
THE fact that Hon JOB L Rawlins
is announced to speak at Saltair tomor
row wont diminish the crowd percep
tibly The people of Utah are all
anxious to see and hear this great tri
bune of the people They are proud to
do honor to the man who has covered
the territory all over with benefits
THE pallium is to be bestowed OL
Archbishop Chapelle of Santa Fe this
fall Cardinal Gibbons and Mgr
Satolli will be present Already the
enterpriping New Mexicans are using
the circumstance to bring a big crowd
The New Mexicans are worthy of
statehood
THE tide of emigration which had
set in so strongly toward Uintah coun
ty has gone down to nothing The ill
reports from Dead Mans lode has
ruined the prospecting business there
THE Tribune rates the Chinese as the I
leading merchants of all lands Doubt
less the almond eyed merchants fully
appreciate the partiality of the great
intermountain organ
THE Herald Sunday morning had
an exceedingly catholic article on the
church in politics The article is
worthy the careful attention of every
voter in Utah
WHAT would a republican straight
out ticket without free coinagebe worth
in Utah
Their Name Is Legion
Reader there are many blcod puri
fying medicines I
There is but one Hoods baraapa
rillaDo
Do not allow highsounding adver
tisements or other devices to tura
you from yOUr purpose tot ke HoodB
jiL vjjssthiQ UecnilSB In this purpose
yopi are right and will not be disap
pointed in the result
Hoods Sarsaparilla is an honest
medicine honestly advertised effects
honest cures and gives every patron a
fair equivalent for his money What
more can you reasonably aek
A fair trial guarantees a complete
cure
The Base Turban
Besides the prim straight brimmed
plainly trimmed sailor hat which has
nothing the least fancy about it but its
namethe hat which so many women
matrons included wear so comfortably
and becomingly when they would per
haps look and feel absurd in most other
shapesis the neat little Duse turban
a model not unlike a modified English
walking hat with a low round crown
and a pretty rolling brim that is unlike
the English walking hat proper in that
the Dnse brim does not roll up closeto
the crown but broadens more on each
side making it particularly becoming
to slender faces A veil fastens over it
gracefully and comfortably and it is
just the shape to accompany a tailor cos
tume shopping and walking and for
traveling it is most admirable The
shape described is easily recognized but
different milliners give it a different
name It was however called original
ly after the actress Milliner
In the slow evolution of the race
mused the elephant looking with lan
guid interest at tho
throng curious gaz
ers that stood on the outside of the ropes
and fed him with cakes peanuts and
candy how many millions of years it
must require to evolve from the shape
less and rudimentary projection on the
face of the creature called man the full
and perfect proboscis I Chicago Trib
une
STATE OF OniOjCiTY OF TOLEDO j
LUCAS COUNTY f 89
THANK 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
jARS for each Clnd every case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HALLS CATARRH CORE
FRANK JCHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem I
bar A D 1886
J I SEAL I A W GLEASON
1 c Notary Public
Y
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 OHENEY ci CO
Toledo 0
eSnld by all DrustKJBta 76c
Priesthood Meeting I
The regular monthly meeting ot the
riesthcod of Utah stake will be held
in the Proyo meetinghouse on Satur
day August 41894 at 10 oclock a m
AO SMOOT
DAVID JOHN
EWD PARTRIDGE
Stake Presidency
MRS W J FAHEY of Le Roy N
dye Have tried fifty cough Cures
Marks Cough Syrup is the only one
that helpea me I know it is the best
cough Remedy gold by Smoot Du
mpany p
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tc As old ta
the hills an
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ed 4 Tried
z and proven
is the verdict
o f millions
Simmons
Liver R gu
lator is the
Befterand y Liver
L1 C j and Kidney
medicine to
which you
can pin your
faith for a
Than cure A
mild laxa
tive and I
puyely veg
etable act
n J ing directly
r1t lz on the Liver
a and KId
neys Try it
S od by a1
Druggists Liquid or in Powde1
to be taken ky or made into a tea1
The Kinc of Silver iedlclnes
S I have used your Simmons Liver Regu
lator and can consclenciously say it is the
king of all liver medicines I consider It a
1J
8i
medicine chest in itself GKO W JAC
SON Tacoma Washington
gEVERY PACKAGED
XfcS tM 3 fteou ia rod on wrapp o
Assignees Sale
The entirestock of the New York
Cash store must be sold regardless of
cost JOHN W LANGLKY
Assignee
Extra Notice
The reason why the Coop are sell
ing their goods so cheap is that they
have stopped the credit system and are
selling strictly for cash
MARSHALS ALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me di
rected by the District Court of thd
First Judicial District of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the Jaunty Court
house in the City of ijrovo County of
Utah Territory of Utah on the 21et
day of August A D 1894 at 12 oclock
M the following described personal
property and real estate towit
Two shares of the capital stock of the
Payson Electric Light and Manufact
uring company represented by certifi
cate No9 four shares of stock in same
company represented by certificate
No 10 two shares or stock in same
company representea by certificate
No 15 And also the parcel of land
situated Payson city Utah County
Utah Territory beginning at the south
east corner of block eighteen IK in
plat A Payson City Survey running
thence north 178 chains thence west
275 chains thence south 178 chains
thence east 275 chains to place of be
ginning together with all and singular
the tenements hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
To be sold as the property of C W
Brewerton Co a firm composed of
C W Brewerton and Thomas
Higham Hattie D Higham A S
HgbaiD Mary Brewerton and T G
Wimmer at the suit of M D Veils
Co a firm composed of M D Wells
H McFarland and B > R Wells
plaintiffs r
Terms of sale cash Ww J
NiT M BKI TTJ U sipVCarSbdl
By THOMAS FOWIJER Daputyr
Dated July 271894
JONES SCHROEDER Attorneys for
Plaintiffs
MARSHALS SALE
PURSUANT to au execut on to me
delivered by the First Judicial Dis
trict court of the territory of Utah I
shall expose at public sale at the front
door of the county courthouse in the city
ot Provo county of Utah Territory of
Utah on the 21st day of August A D
1894 at 12 M all the light title claim
and interest of Willam H Patten and
Martha M Patte 1 of in and to the
following described real estate situate
lying and being in Utah county and
described as follows towit
Lots 5 and 6 block 50 plat A Payson
City survey Area 132160 of an acre
And all the waters and water rights
which are used for irrigating said
lands
To be sold as the property of William
H Patten and Martha M Patten at
the puit of Joseph F Wright
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BRIGHAM U S Marshal
By W H BERRY Deputy
Dated July 271894
Jll JENNINGS attorney for Plain
t ifl
HERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to a decree of foreclosu re
and order of sale to me directed by the
district court ot the First Judicial dis
trict of f the territory of Utah 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 16th day of August A D
1894 at 12 oclock m the following
described property towit
All of lots 45 6 and 7 and HiS feet
off the east end of lots 2 and 3 in block
77 and the north half of lot 1 flU ot lot
8 and the south half of lot 7 and the
south half of lot 6 in block 125 Also
lots 2 34 o and b and the south half
of lots 7 and 8 in block 78 all of the
above lots being in plat A Provo City
survey of building lots
Also all of lots 5 and 6 in block 30
and lots 8 91011 and 12 in block 31
plat D Provo City survey of building
lotsAlso
Also commencing 191 chains east ol
the notheast corner of the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of sec
tion 31 township 6 south of range 3
east Salt Lake meridian thence east
859 chains thence south 55 78 degrees
west 1269 chains j thence north
442 chains thence north 35 U
degrees east 331 chains to the place of
beginning Area 348 acres All in
Utah county Utah territory
To be sold as the property of William
Probert and Mary A Probert his wife
J K W Bracken Van Couver Lumber
company a corporation First National
Bank of Provo a corporation the
Provo Commercial Savings Bank a
corporation and S 8 Jones defend
ants at the suit of the Nephi Savings
bank a corporation
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah county
Dated at Provo city Utah county
July 26th 1894
E A Wedgwood attorney for plain
tiff
n I FWU 1 lOJYl NOTSEEIiliED book out Tolls all Greatest about
the wonderful subject Whatever your views
are on Hypnotism you will find this book of
great value 1ubllshod price 60 ots Sent
ireo transportation prepaid it you remit 25
cents for subscription to Homes and
Bearths the ole ant hOU80bold monthlT
lldreBIl1MES tD J1ARTHUBI48j
JNU Cp l iww Yorf
1
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NOl OE TO CREDlTORIIESlATB OF
L J nnls C Ward deceasedNotice is hero
by gip n by the undersigned administrator of
the es ate of Annia C Ward deceased
to the edItors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased to exhibIt
them with the necessary vouchers within
four months after the llrst publication of this
notice at SprliigvilioALEXAMDEil
ALEXAMDEil ROBERTSON
Administrator or the estate of Annis C
Ward deceased
Dated this 30th day of July 1684
l i
IITO CE TO CREUITOttSESTATE of
NOTcE
iN Abraham Esnoaff deceased Notion is
uorebMgiven by the undersigned executor
of the tatateoE > Abraham JSt outf deceased to
the owflitors of and all persods having
claimsrgamst the said deceased to exhibit
themwth the necessary vouchers withIn four
inoutbinfter the llrst publication of this
notice to the said executor at his residence in
Amerjian Fort Utah county Utah territory
W EUGENE A HENBIOD
Execi lor of the estate of Abraham Esnouff
decease 1
Date tit Provo city Utah July 13 1m
tr
uM4bNs1N ALIAS
SIDU NSIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
the First Judicial District of the territory
of UtA Utah county
Denns Sullivan plaintiff vs John Beck
Henry Kico Jonathan itice William fitlx
yid IjJmllD Benjamin Kisembnund talus
fffcttners under the name or tUco
Uo Joan K Uushlng Charles Ji
A Cunningham < md Henry B Tay
dants
i > pie of the Territory of Utah fiend
to John Been Henry Bice Jonathan
Ham Stir David Eisemun Benjamin
and Elias Michael partners undo
ho na ol Rice Stfcc i Co John J Jushlng
Lt
Charles Poweil J A Cunningham and
henry TayJor defendants
You i re hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiff1 in tho district courtof the
First J jdicial District of the territory of Utah
and to answer the complaint tiled herein
withm fen days exclusive ot the day of ser
vice J I alter the service on you of this summon
ir served witnin Lam county or u served out
uf this county but in this district with
ia twenty days otherwise within forty days
or judgment by default will be taken against
you adordlng to prayer of this complaint
The sdd action Is brought to obtain the judg I
ment aid decree this court for tile lore
ciosuroof tho mortgage described in said com
plaint and executed by the said defendant
John uICK on the 16th day of December lilA
and duifrecoraed in the office of the County
Recorder of the county of Utah in the Terr
tory ot Utah in book No U of Mortgages
pages and54 to secure the payment of a
promistorv note of the defendant John Beck
for 12501 dated at Eureka Utah Novombe
24h IbtO parable ninety days atter date to
tl1jplatntJIf or order M itli interest atthe rate
of ugbyper cent per annum from date and
interest o sold note at tan rate of ten per
ceof pat annumIrom the Slth day of Febru
arj 1891 less payments made thereon In the
sum of two thousand dollars that the premIses
conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and
the proceeds applied to tho payment of said
promissory note attorneys fees for an
amount equal to three per cent of the amount
of the judgment herein obtained on said note
and payment of costs commissions and ex
penses of sale and in caSA such proceeds are
not sufficient to pay tho same then to obtain
a judgment and execution against said de
tendant Beck for tho balance remaining un
paid and also that the said defendants and all
persons claiming by through or under them
may beUHrred and foreclosed of all right
title claim lien equity of redemption and
interest in and to said mortgaged premises
and lor other and further relief as will more
fully appear by reference to the cow plaint
on ne nerem x or a particular description of
the land described In said mortgage reference
is herebymade to the copy of said mortgage
md with the said complaint as a part thereof
And you are hereby floSSed that if you tail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to the court ion the relief therein demanded
Witness the Hon UarycyW Smith Judge
and the seal of the district court of
the Firstjudlcial district in and for
ISEAL the territory of Utah this 3uth day
c of Juno In the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninetyfour
D H PEEBY Jit Clerk
By FD HtaoiNBoiHAM JB Deputy Clerk
W C Hall attoruevforplalntitf
First Action July 1894
2 Th
ayeniIt n WIt ALIAS
be 1NTHE DISTRICT COURT OF
unic licial district of tho territory
ox < irt lOunty
fAu k30 plaintiff vs Manila
r OV
Mill fj mt fcarla Deiaregne Seth Wil
hams d Carnelia Luman Laura
IUler Amcs Miller
1I1I uuy
rkts Julia Porktil
Swell Parkis Wride
9 fir Jane Jtfagmire Augus
no lii W M Umith Albert Miller
Alrev Jit Jfmenzo ililior Martha Torngs
Eiezur C Jen hmma Wentworth Lucy
Crlttenth nit Crlttcnden Martha Perkins
George wuimleyI < rancellaSchafer Sumuel
Jf XJuutJ n fcjwtu AAki i > 4wj 9 nyrum XkCllUKK
Beth JleWbg Martha Coy Jane Williams
Martha enning Austin llagmire Francis
Hagmireand H len Kellcgg deiendants
Tile peiplo of the territory of Utah send
greeUugU all the above namod defendants
You art Hereby required appear in an ac
tion broujht against you by the above named
plaintlffjn the district court of the First Ju
dicial disrict of the territory of Utah and to
answer tie comuliiint filed therein within ten
days exiusive ot the day of service after
the servib on you of this summonsif server
within tlA county or If served out of this
county bit in this district within twenty
days otherwise within forty daysor judg
ment by diiault will be taken against you ac
cording W prayer of this complaint
The saidaotion is brought to obtain a decree
of this cout that the defendants may be re
quired qpionh the nature of their claims
and TtlaTTtl H adverse cialms of the defendants
may be determined bra decree of this court
that by said decree It be declared and ad
judged that tho defendants have no estate or
interest whatever or to the following de
scribed premises towit commencing 116
feet cast ot the southwest corner of lot 2
block 71 Plat hA Provo city survey thence
east t > J feet thence north 9a feet thence west
H2 feet thence south 99 feet to beginning and
that mo title ofplaintilf is good and valid
that deiendants be forever enjoined and de
barred irma asserting any claim whatever In
or to said land and premises adverse to plain
tiff and for such other relief as to this court
shall seem meet and agreeable to equity and
for costs of suit Dlalntin allcuo that she
claims title laMe to said promises founded
upon a warrantee deed executed bYWm Mil
ler now deceased and the defendant Manila
Miller Daniels toFroyo Cooperative Mercan
tile Institution on Oct 17 Ib71 that said deed
Is defective in this that the same is not sealed
by said grantors
And you Are hoi eby notified that if you fai
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to tho court lor the relief therein demanded
and costs of suit
Witness the Hon Harvey W Smith judgeand
the seal of the district court
of the First Judicial district In and
SEAi for the territory of Utah this 23rd
day of July in the year of our i
Lord > one thousand eight hundred
and ninetyfour
D H PEERY Jr Clerk
By R B Thurman Deputy Ulerk
Ttiurman Wedgwood attorneys for
plaintiff
PROBATE NOTICEIN THE PROBATE
i Court in and for Utah county Utah
Territory
In the matter of the estate of George
Hone oeeased
Order for notice of application
On reading and filing too report of the com
missioner praying for confirmation of report
of commissioners of the estate of George
Hone deceased
It Is ordered that Monday the 6th dav of
Aug A D itsi at 10 oclock a m of that ay
I at the office of the Probate Judprnat the court
house in Hroyp City Utah County Utah Tor
ritory be appointed for hearing said petition
antV that the clerk giye notice thereof by
causing noUcf to be posted up according
to law and thiw a copy of this order to be
published in JnE DISPATCH a newspaper
printed and published In Provo City Utah
t lrg orh
County and Territory of Utah for ten days
WAKKliN N DOSENBHKRY
Probate Judge
Datnd July 231891
Territory of Utah tss
County of Utah f
I T IjHalliday clerk of the probate court
In and for Unit county territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing Is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
confirming report of Commissioners of the
estate of deorge Hone deceased and now on
file and of record in my office
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at my office in Provo city this 23d
SEAL day of July A D 1894
V L HAHIDAY
Glerk of the Probate CourtUtah county UT
KKUFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
Attorneyat Law
Collections Promptly Attended to
p 9 Tim Wat t ° 3l flijok Building rpo
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p rOivoCify Plan i ng M
E J WARD SONS Props
Manufacturers of
SASH DOORS FKAMESMOULDINGS PORCH STAIEWOEK
AND COMBINATION CE
Also Dealers in
Lumber Lath Shingles and General Building Material
Corner 3d and H streets I
Telephone No 32 ProvoUtali I
WILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 0 and 7 First National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
J E BOOTH K A WILSOP
BOOTH WILSON
Atto r n ey sat L aw
No 23 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
Au GASH
Atom eyat Law
Room 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN WEDGWOOD
j
AttorneysatLaw
Booms and 3 First National Bank Holloing
PROVO UTAH
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
M M KELLOGG E E CORFMAN
KELLOGG COEFMAN
Attorneysat
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
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K KING
SK
Attorneyat Law
Office in National Bank of Commerce Building
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
R OBERT ANDERSON
ItiorneuaiLaw
Rooms 4 and o Eldredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
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D HOUTZ
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AttorneyAtLaw
I Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
trover g CTCanT
E VEATCH
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Attor neyat Law
Rooms 9 and 10 Union Block
PROVO UTAH
S OREN CHRISTENSEN
lIllorney al haw
i Mount < Pleasant Utah
A W MUJST
AttorneyatLaw
Office No9 and 10 Union Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
QEJFF REED
DEiTIST
Office over JPyne and Maibens Drug 7
Store Provo Utah
AMcCTJRTAIN M D
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 faiR a m2 to 4 pm
Healdencoone block north of First ward meet
Ing house Residence telephone N o it of
fice telephone S8
GEORGE SMABTM D
Physician Surgeon
SPANISH FORK UTAH
o Je opposite Post office
Calls day and night
J F NOYES M D
PHYSICIAN SURGEON
Office over Pynejfc Maiben Room 12
Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Residence 1 block south B Y A
PROVO GUY UTAH
B SEARLE
W
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor bf Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
C WATHJN8
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IrcMlBGt and Superintendent
Office in Union Block
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Do You Wear Pants
Remember Plpoilth fW PricEs
Pants to Order350 to 1075
Suits to Order 1450 to 45
Overcoats to Order 11 to 35 I
Over Three Hundred and Fifty Patterns to select from t
Latest Spring Styles now in t
Domestic EnglishSootch Frs OhGoods
Full DRESS SUIT in very Latest Cut 530 to 75
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Union Pacific Syste
PcO Time Table In Effect May 6 1894
SOUTH Subject to change with NOETH
out notice
Provo Local NolL ss I 1asEgr Provo Laca
01 o I
Ir JJ at1 y Io D 81 1 y
325 AI 485 pm 145 am Ogden 730 pm 1040 aii
LvI501 Lv7 Ar 300 45 am Salt L a ke Lv 620pm u LaY 930 II
Ar 610 Ar 920
649 1 845 1 Lehi Junction 5 10 Ie 822 it
652 848 CI Lehi 507 u 819 u
658 II u 85t American Fork501 II 813
704 869 U Pleasant Grove 455 II 807
714 u 909 U Lake View 444 766 II
Ar725pm I 920 u Provo 432 h Lv745a m
929 H Springville 422 u
j9f38 u Spanish Fork 414
946 Benjamin 407
A 9 7 6
tOO8 8lllitaquin 345 Ie
tIjO lephi 255
125t p m Moroni 915 am
140 h Ephraim 8 30 U
205 I Manti 800 oS
Ar 1140 a m Juab 215
p m Ly
Lv 1210 p m Jnab 130 Co At
810 p m Milford605 a m
1000 p m Fnisco 430 u
Arrive J PHVA
Trains south 01 JuaD run daily except auuaay
Trains Leare Salt Lake for Ogden dally at 700 a mtJ 30 am 240 620pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at 145am 9 OOam 325pm 706pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at745 a m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan640
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 745 a m arrive Eureka
1160 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
Before buying Through Tickets get our figures
For further Information as to rates maps etc write tayour neareatjITalon
Pacific ticket agent
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