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COUKTY DEMOCRATIC PLATiTOEM
Adopted at the Convention Held in Prove
On Monday October 11894
The democratic party of Utah
county in convention assembled
hereby proclaims the following princi
ples
We reafliim our allegiance to the
party principles as set forth in the
national platform adopted at Chicago
in June 1892 and we ate in hearty ac
cord with the territorial platform
adopted at Salt Lake city on Septem
ber 151894
We rejoice with the whole people of
the territory that LVah is about to en
ter the union as a free and eoverign
state Local selfgovernment ie a dem
ocratic principle vouchsafed to ua
Our party has again demonstrated that
the people may be trusted
We extend to the demojratic con
gress and president our heartfelt grat
itude for the many expressions of good
will to the people of Utah in the pas
sage of the liberal enabling act in re
Btorine to the Mormon church its confis
cated property in opening the Indian
reservations for settlement in the
wise appointment of bona fide citizens
of Utah to local oflicas in the extensive
grants of land for various public pur
poses hi the enfranchisement of
hundreds of our citizens by the provis
ions of the enabling act and by the
more recent amnesty proclamation of
President Cleveland all of winch acts
ot friendship are in striking contrast
to the treatment accorded Utah by the
r nllh1ian nlTtv
JLroudly we point to the record of our
ilelegate iu congress Ron J L Raw
lIDs whose uutumg zeal great ability
tact and diplomacy nave secured to us
BO manv acts beneficial to Utah His
indefatigable labor and unparalleled
succesa will surely be approved and re
warded by his return to congress with
a vastly increased majority
We further commend the action of
the democratic congress and administra
tion for the measure ot tariff refoirn
effected whereby hundreds ot million
of dollars will be saved annually to
people of this country Obstructed as
they were at every move by determined
opposition they nevertheless succseded
in wresting from wealth and plutocracy
a portion of the means of increasing
their illgotttn Rains and in rendering
McKinleyism a lost cause We es
pecially enaoise the income tax pro
vision ot the tariff law whereby those
most able will be required to bear a
more just portion of the burdens of
taxation
In the repealing of the federal elec
tion law and thus securing freedom of
citizens at the lolls
In revising the pension lists and
pension laws so as to prevent spolia
tion of the public treasury by the un
deserving while dealing liberally and
justly with those who deserve the aid i
ol government
It behooves the people of this county 1
and this territory to beep the re
publican party out of power It is a
party ot broken and post mortem prom
ises whose policyprompted by avarice
and individual aggrandizement has
precipitated the Decent panic and
brought this country to the yeige of
ruin We arraign the recent repub lean
legislature ot Utah for its intense
partisanship and inefficiency for its
attempt to divert the public moneys
from their legitimate use to the pay
ment of bounties to select private en
terprises Had it not been for the wise
action ot tbe governor more than SSO
000 would have been taken from the
public school fun For its refusal to
appropriate suflicient funds lor the In
sane Asylum the Agricultural College
and ths University of Utah by which
simony those institutions < au only
1 > 01 on uquirclr by lubY
Ins which must be met bv the peo
I in the future For uassinc unwise
s and refusing to oaes others which
pld be for the common good
n call attention to tbe efficiency
Itmesty which has marked every
Kment of our present county gov
t Wise economy should rule
branch of public service We
at competency and fidelity
qualification for office
favor of home industries
favor of the full enfian
t women and pledge our
Delves to use our every effort to the end
that our new constitution shall provide
for woman suffrage on an equality
with men
We call upon the people to see to it
that the state of Utah shall be founded
upon tbe broad principles of the demo
cratic party which are thf principles
of jutlCe and frer srovernment Care
must beexerc ed that monopolies shall
not get control of the public lands
granted to the state of Utah and that
as far as possible these lands be granted
only to the actual settler
We declare ourselves in favor of the
free public school system where the
children of the rich and the poor alike
may partake freely of the blessings of
public instruction
We are in favor of the free and un
limited coinage of silver at a ratio of 16
tc 1 with gold
Belying upon the fidelity intelligence
and patriotism of the people of Utah
countv we confidently expect by their
votes a complete vindication of the
principles herein enumerated
Cable From Queen Lil
Dear Gresham One more boon I
crave
I trust m your affection
TIs not to murder Dole the Kna f
r or put down insurrection
Tis not nqy crown but me to BAV
I write in deep dejection
And BO a package I must have
Of Parks Tea for my complexion
Greshams Answer to Queen Lil
When I received your cablegram
I thought I sure would faint
For though I often use Parks Tea
Tis not for your complaint
I feared that Mrs Gr would think
Wrong about our connection
3Till on her dresser there I saw
Parks Tea for her complexion
Sranot T > rne roraoany
Attention Democrats
A mass convention of the democrats
of Provo precinct will be held in the
county courthouse on Wednesday even
intr October 17th at 730 oclock for
the purpose of nominating two justices
of the peace and two constables to be
voted for at the coming oXoyember
election and for transacting such other
business aa may properly come before
the convention It is earnestly re
quested that all democrats in this pre
cinct be present
SAMUEL KING Chairman
H KBUGEB Secretary
A Household Treasure I
D W Fuller of Canajoharie N I
tSay that he always keeps Dr Kings
New Discovery in the house and his i
family has always found the very best
results follow its use that he would
not be without it if procurable G A
Dykeman Druggist Catskill N Y
says that Dr Kings New Discovery is
undoubtedly the beat Cough remedy
that he has used it in his family for
eights years and it has never failed to
do all that is claimed for It Why not
try a remedy so long tried and tested
Trial l bottles free ac Smoot jJrug Go
e alir Ire GQo and 100
Provo Mail Service
I
MAIL TRAINS LEAVE
D P Going South 920 a m
R G WGoing East 926 a m
ft G WGving West 1155 a < m
U PGoinJt North 432 p m
Salt Lake and bal na East 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina West 415 pa
MAIL TRAINS ARRIVE f
U P From Salt Lake 920 a m
E G W From the West 826 a m
R G WFrom the East 1155 a m
Salt Lake and Salina West 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East 415 p m
U P Mail from South 432 p m
OFFICE HOURS
The general delIvery stamp and reg
istry windows open at 8 a m and
Close at 530 p m
The money order window opens at 9
a m and closes at 4 p m
On Sundays and legal holidays the
general delivery and stamp windows
are open from 1130 m to J230 p m
Mail pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains
W D lioBEKTS
postmaster
W P BAIBS of 24b Jonec street
Omaha Neb says ot Parka 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 Jure The results are truly fl vn
derlul Parks Sure Cure for the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific for
the disease ot Women Sold by Smoot
Drug company
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
0 percent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
SAMUEL CORNABT
Spanish Fork Utah
Just
Two spotted cows red and white No
brands One has white on right side
resembling a very large C Strayed
from corral ntar U P depot on Friday
morning Information leading to re
cevery will DO rewarded
H XELSON
Notice to Tax Payers
The following named perso are
authorized to receive taxes in the dis
tricts set opposite their names up to
Oct 31st 18J4
James StrawSpringville and Mapleton
John Jones Spiniah Fork
jorenzo Argyle Lake Shore
J W Stewart Benjamin
R J Nuttall Salem
Samuel Woreeucroft Payson
Eli Openshaw Saniaquin
Joan B Johnson Goshen
Sophia Snyder Fairfield
L B Rodeback Cedar Fort I
W H iVinn Lehi
Henry Moyle Alpine and Highland
James H Clark American Fork
S L Sweuson Pleasant Grove
LEVI OPENSUAAV
td Call Utah Co
ReWard
For inclination that will lead to the
party or parties that poisoned a certain
black spaniel dog with other dogs at
or near the rear of S S Jones store
on Wednesday afternoon J will pay a
reward ot S500
B BACHMANJR
You can buy silks for ladies waists
at 25 cents per yard at Irvine Bar
neys
Notice to Bee Keepers
Geo W Mickle of Provo has com
menced making sections for honey and
rll bcu = pare to furnish them for
the coming season in any quantity of
first and second grade and at prices
that will eave money to all users of this
class of goods Those interested are
especially invited to call and examine
the goods or send for sample which
will secure prompt attention
MRS W J FAHEY of Le Roy NY
says U Have tried fifty cough Cures
Parks Cough Syrup is the only one
that helpea me 1 know it is the best
cough Remedy Sold by Smooc Drug
Oompanv
l > now comes the news that Tay
lor Brotners company of Provo will re
ceive in the next few days an entire car
of organs from the Chicago Cottage
Organ company whose goods stand at
the head It will pay you to get their
prices
CALL at Farrer Bros Co and sea
the new dry goods
AN immense line of coats came in by II
express today for the grand cloak open
ing tomorrow at T G WEBBERS
THE quarterly conference of the re
lief society of the Utah stake will be
held in Spanish Fork on Monday Oc
tober 29 1894 Mrs Mary John Presi
dent
den1llE services of Wm ONeil have
been secured as cook at the Gem Chop
house Mr OJSeil is a first class cook
and will give entire satisfaction to the
public
ATT D the cloak sale tomorrow at
T G WEBBERS
MENS heavy leather boots for 150
at Irvine and Barneys
FLANNELETES flannels linseys and
all goods needed at this time of year
are selling cheaper than ever at
T G WSBBEES
THE Geneva Resort is one of the
cosiest prettiest and most complete
pleasure places in all the west
LUXURIOUS meals at ail hours are
served at the Geneya Resort
THE Utah Valley Iron paint has no
equal For sale only byA
A 0 SMOOT
11FTY pianos an1 one hundred
Organs OL easy t rm at Taylor Brother
company
IT will certainly pay you to call and
look that beautiful stock of china
ware crockery glassware and silver
ware over that Taylor Brothers com
pany have just received They also
have the moat complete stock of
watches clocks and jewelry in southern
Utah 1t
LOST Two mares One is light
bay has three white feet strip in face
branded Sp SlLil on left thigh The
i3
other is a dark bay shod on front feet
The animals strayed from Evanston
Wyoming Their range has been in the
vicinty of Santaqum and it is thought
they have returned Information
leading to their lecovery will be suita
bly rewarded by T B Heelie Santa
quinHATERCAMP
HATERCAMP Co are making farm
loans three to five years Interest 10
per cent Write them Frovo Utah it
A COURT UNION 8130
Meetings held each Thursday
at Pyne Maibens hall at 8 p
Om Vis ting members cordially
inyited
AA OONDRCR
A McCuitTAiN 0 Banger
F THOS H DKUCE
Financial Segy
RICKEN N D HONE
A FORAGING EXPEDITION OF ONE
MAN IN THE WINTER OF 1863
tang Kniwxhe Country and Also Human
Nature For His Little Bluff Worked
Uncle Joe Who Vall CnpuHThen LLkci
Ills Chicken Don Brown
It was asnatched night back in
1868 said Uncle Joe
Uncle Joes stories of the war were
things to be looked forward to and re
mcinbered He had served during the
entire four year as a commissioned offl
oer and knew wheraof ho Bpoke having
an excellent memory and an inimitably
humorous way of telling the adventures
of himself and his men
It was in Missouri in the winter of
1808 on a cold raw night that I the offi
cer of the day prepared about miduigh
to make with half n dozen of the guard
what is called the grand round or
more plainly speaking the visiting oi
the soldiers doing picket duty at their
different posts We were on short ra
tions and every man of us officer or
private longed for a good square meal
to brace him up against the raw damp
coldness of the night As I was about
to spring into my saddle a low voice at
my shoulder said
Capn how would a supper of chick
en and honey taste
1 swung hastily around and behold
the speaker Ho was a fellow called
Lang one of our most valuable spins
and in some respects a mighty clavor
follow but inoh well Ill let it go
by saying that his moral nature had
never been overdeveloped He was o
short thickset man with twinkling
black eyes and otherwise the most thor
oughly impassive face I ever looked
into It was said of him that he would
slip into the butternut suit of the rebel
and make himself much afc home iii
Lees army Ho was hail follow well
mat with all the men and came baok to
the Union lines possessed of the most
invaluable Information He had expo
riouced thrilling adventures and was a
man of intrepid courage
It Capn he repeated as ho stood bo
udo mo that cold night how would a
supper of chicken and honey taste
Excellent Lang excellent I re
plied thinking of our limited supply
of smoked ireafc and hard tack Hava
you some
No but I might got some I reckon
if I looked round a bit he drawled laz
ly kicking up clay with the toe of his
boot I saw immediately that he meant
to go out of camp find a farmhouse and
help himself Such things are not un
heard of in the army
I Nonsense Lang said L Ton
would bo killed sure if you went The
pickets are on extra sharp lookout to
night and its altogether too daugercma
You would never como back alive
With that I sprang into my saddle
and rode away followed by my men
We were gone two or three hours
making the rounds of the pickets and
U more miserable ride I had seldom tak
en I was chilled to the bone and hun
gry and my men likewise As I rode
jack toward camp the glow of a bonfire
in a remote corner caught my eye and
I immediately turned my weary horse
civard it Before tho crackling heap
sat Lang calmly frying chicken while
at his side reposed a hive of honey He
looked up and smiled grimly
Suppers most ready capn he
said touching his apology for a cap
Make yourselves to home gentlemen
Lang said I sternly didnt I tell
you not to go
No capn he replied as ho con
tinned to cut up the plump fowl in his
laud yon didnt say I couldnt go al
though if I remember correctly you
didnt exactly advise it on the score of
its being dangerous but a man whats
ed the life I have aint goin to let a
little thing like that stop him when
les hungry and ho held toward mo
I he plump leg of a chicken nicely
browned
I Lang said I tell me how yon
tJidit
tJiditNo
No very great matter he replied
proceeding with his culinary art When
rond gone I walks along quiet to the
o tpost and finds a picket walkin up
and down like he owned tho earth so I
lops down on my stomach alongside a
fence Bein a dark night ns it is Mr
Picket comes along and dont suspect
hat fence so of much as harborin a
mouse Minute he gets half a rod away
over that fence I goes lightuinlike
and takes a scoot into some woods close
by and then goes about my business
Go on said I with my mouth full
of chicken and honey
Lang Jon tinned You see I know
his country mighty well so I makes
racks for a farmhouse close by where
they keeps plenty of chickens When I
opens the gate to go in along comes a
dog Well capn thats the only dog I
over met with that I couldnt either
scare or make friends with No sir
that dog wouldnt take no stock in
jluffs so I whips out my revolver and
lays hin > out At that up goes a win
jyrr and a man begins to yell to find
ont whos there IPut your head inside
hat window and keep it there or Ill
knock it off for you says L Now
Jim I continues you just watch
hat window and if the fellow sticks
his head out dont wait to bo oererno
niouslike but just fire Im goin to
get some chicken and honey Course
hero wasnt no Jim along but that
fellow in the house had to be kept out
of the way so being a dark night I
ust bluffed him about there being more
han just mo around You bet he keeps
his head inside and I goes to the chick
en house and helps myself to some plump
young codgers and takin a beehive
on the other shoulder makes tracks for
ho camp the way I come
I Have a piece of the breast capn
Thats done particular brown tho way
ou like it Chicago Post
To RESTA new brick house seven
r coma with city water and modern
conveniences three and a half blocks
ast of Hotel Roberts Apply to John
J Davies First ward Provo city
FARRER BROS A Co have a full ai d
fresh assortmentcf groceries r
CPSTRAT NOTICE I have m my posses
ill sion the following described animal 1m
pounded as estray or for trespass
One red or roan steer about 8 years old un
der slit In left ear has a crooked noso
branded on right ribs blotched so that cant
ell what It Is
Ifdamngo and costs on said animal bo not
paid within 10 days from date of this no
ice it will bo sold to the highest cash bidder
at the es < ray pound at I oclock p m
on tho 24th day of October 1894
Dated at pleasant Grove city Utah county
territory of Utah this Hth day of Got
lS9
B WEEKS
QUnak gp r Qf gta i l
I
SHERIFFS bALE I
Pursuant to an execution to me di
rected by the District couit of the First
Judicial district of the territory of
Utah I shall expose at public sale at
ti e front door of the county court
house in the city of Provo county of
Utah and territory of Utah on the 24 h
day of October A D 1894 at the hou
of 12 oclock m all the right title
claim and interest of Eli Openahaw ii
and to the following described real
estate situated lying and being in the
precinct of Santaquin county of Utah
and territory of Utah and described as
follows towit
The soutn onehalf < > of the north
west onequarter 30 ol section twelve
12 township ten 10 south of rang
one 1 east Bait Lake meridian Con
taining eighty 80 acres more or less
To be sold as the property of El
Openshaw at the suit of George A
Lowe
Terms of sale cash
I
Dated this 29th day of September
A D 1894
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
Nye Armstrong attorneys for
plaintiff I
EGAL NOTICE IN THE HBOBATE
LEGAL ol Utah county territory of Utah
Jn the mutter of the estate of Theodore oed
rickson deceased
JNotico of time and place for hearing ot pe
tition for admission to probate ol will
Pursuant to an order of said court in said
matter notice is hereby gIven that Saturday
the J0th day of November A D 1894 at 10
r nlnnL o m nt tlin omintTT r niiiJ ImiiRf in
Provo city LTtah county territory of Utah m
the courtroom of said court has been ap
pointed the time find place for tho hearing ol
a petition of James Robertson praying for
the admission to probate of a cei tain docu
nieut therewith presented purporting to be I
he last will and testament ot Theodore Ded
rickeon dcpased when and where all persons
interested may appear and contest tho pro
bate of said will or the granting of letters
testamentary James Haberl son as prayed
for In said petition
DaedatProyo City October 161894
VJj IlAIililOAr
Probate Clerk Utah Oounty TJT
Wm Creer attorney
TVTARS HALS S A LE P DRS HANT TO AN
JtL order of sale to directed by the Dis
trict Court of the First Judicial District
of Utah county territory of Utah I
sbnll expose at pu lie sale at the front door
of the county courthouse in the city ot Provo
county of Utah ud territory of Dtnh on tho
3d day of Nov 1KM at K oclock M the
following described real estate to wit
i oinmencinprat the southwest corner of lot
two 2i block twentyseven 27 Plat A
Spanish Tone survey of building lots thence
north four 1 rods seven 7 leet an I live and
one hall l 5V inches th nco east twlvo 12
rods thence south tour 4 rods seven 71 feet
and live und onehalf LiiKJ 1 I inches thence
vest twelve 112 rods to ihe place of begin
ning
To be sold as the property of John Morrison
and Marvl Jlorrifon at iho suit of Z ons
Savings Bank and Trust company a corpora
ionTerms
Terms of sale cash
NATM BHIOHAM U Marshal
By THOMAS KOWLBH J Deputy Marshal
D < ito < l October J3 1MU
John M Cannon Attorney
iKeep En the Middle of the Road
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Take the D E Gr and have a comfortable
ortable train and enjoy the tinest scen
ery on the continent Short est line to
Cripple Creek Colorado s Great Gold
Camp
Train No2 leaving Provo at 926 a
m arrives at Cripple Creek next morn
ing 950
A B HUGHES Traffic Manager Denvor Col I
B F KKVINS General Agent
H M GUSHING TP A53W 2nd South St I
Bait Lake City Utah
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HOTEL
TInder new Management
Headquarters for Commercial Men
FIRST GLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR
Sirs Thos Boylance
Prop
STAR
Meat Market
In Boshard Saxev Building op
posite Post Office
Choicest Ws in Their Season
SEND 111 YOUR ORDERS
DELIVERY PROMPT
Best of Treatment Guaran
teed
CHEifiVER BROS J E OHEEVER
Proprs Mgr I
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LIVERY FEED
AND
Sale Stable
FirstGlass Hacks and Carriages
SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL
MEN
Comer land Centre Streets Provo City Utah
p 0 Box 356 Telenhone No 48
Excelsior Holler pis
J Iff HOOKER JlfiT i
CUSTOM MlLLIMr
OF ALL KINDS
Free delivery to all parts of
he city
Liwesl Possible Sharps Hade
Gash Paid for Wheat
COAL
SMOOT SPAFFORD
Uptown Uffice in
Provo Com Savings Bank
Yard Telephone 1 7
All Kinds < of
COAL
FURNISaED
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WILLIAM TELL
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TO USE NO OTHER
SOAP FOR LAUNPRY
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a The PAlr TER
SPECIALTIES
Sign Writing
Carnage Painting
Paper Hanging
Shop one half block north of County
Court house
PO Box 263 Provo
BLACKS r 1iTHI f C
J THULIN
Practical Blacksmith
WAGONS BUGGIES RERAIRED
Horse Shoeing
Etc Etc
H H Beris Shop I street one block
north of Depot
PROVO UTAH
Merchani T ailorin
When You Want
First Glass Work
At a Reasonable Price
Call on
S PETERSON Merchant Tailor
Half Block North of First National
Bank Pr vo
W olk and Fit Guaranteed
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LEAVE PKOVOFOK EAST AND SOUTH
No 3 For Grand Junction and
points East 926 a re
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East 933pm
No6 For Springville Thistle San
pete and Sevier 355 p m
No8 For Bpringviilo Spanish
Fork Vayeon and Eureka 620 p m
LEAVE PROVO FOR WEST i
No1 For Salt LakeOgdenAmFork
Lohi and the West 1155 a m I
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogden Ameri
can Pork and Lehl and the
West 1017pm
No 6 For American Fork Lehl and
Salt Lake 415 p m
No7 For American Fork Lohi and i
ARRIVES fuL PBOVO FROM EASi 825FIT ANL j
SOUTH
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No 1 From Denver Grand Junction
and points East 1155
No 3 From DenverGrand Junction
and points East 1017p
No 5 FromSpnngvilleThistle San
pete and Sevier 415 p ir
No8 From Springville Spanish Fk
Payson and Eureka 825 a m
ARRIVE AT PHOVO PROM WEST
No 2 From California Ogden Salt
Lake Lehi and Am Fork 926 a m
No 4 From California Ogden and
Salt Lake 935 pm
No6 From Salt Lake Lehl and
American Fork 356pm
No8 From Salt Lake Lehi and
Amoricanfork 620p m
CThe only line to ogden and Denver without
change Free rcolininp chair cars on through
trains Through Sleeping cars to Denver
Kansas city Chicago and ban Francisco Ele
gant equipment safety speed and comfort
O R ALKY Tiokat Ajrt Provo
D C Dodge J H Bennett
Gen Mgr G P A
A S Welby S H Babcock
Gen Supt G Jb A
J BENNETT I
tillage B Hi a Bk3 nifti
DAVID MELDRUM
Blacksmithing
Horse Shoeing
Wagon Repairing
Etc Etc
J 1ItlYs blookslnortn o First National Bank
Piovo Utth
Provo City Market
Corrected Weekly
Wheat per bushel 60c to 70o
Oats per cwt llUO to 8115
Harley per cwt GOc tdJlOO
Butter per Ib 20o A AS
Chicken each 25c
Eggs per doz lOo
Allalfa seed per Ib 80
Beans per Ib old 4o
Dried peaches per lb 60
Dried applesperlb 6c
Potatoes per bushel COo to 65e
Onions old perlb 3u
Beef perlb 4 to 60
Pork per lb 4J to 60
Mutton per lb 4 to 6Q
Veal porlb 4 to J6o
Hay wild per ton 1500
Hay alfalfa ner ton WOO
Cabbage per Ib lo tolo
Kaspberries per qt 80 to lOo
Blackberries per qt lOc to 12ow
Strim beans per lo 3c to 60
Apricots per bushel tl00toll2fi
Apples per bushel 36o to 60o
Peaches per bushel 75cto 8t28
r 1 cftl2
Plums tl00to 125
16 H II
First National Bank
OF PROVO 10
A 0 SMOOT President
W R PIKE VicePiesident
D A SWAN Cashier
DIRECTORS
J C GRAHAM GEO Q GANNON
GEO TAYLOR J P E JOHNSON
E F SHBLTB
General Ranking business b
Transacted
Exchange drawn onHewYork Ohl
cago San Ifiantisco and al itha
Principal Cities of Europe
Safttv deposit boxes for rent at3 per
annum and onward I
BLOM NURSERl
Trove City Box 39
The on ly holder of a gold medal ID
Utah Awarded at the Territorial
Pair 1891
Florist and Landscape Gard
ner All kinds of Fruits and Orna
ments in season Japanese Chinese
and Australian rare plants no
I Roses and Evergreens A
Specialty Lawn Grass seed extra
oear >
Mail all orders to
C H Blomsterberg
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437 West 3d street
THEJ
Cash Market
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Keepa Conatantly on Hand all
Kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats Hois
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Cored Hams
Bacon Lard
Philip Speck rtll
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