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flH! vA. PSBEBFJBBfeSPr While everything is new, fresh and
H TJ M;fP3K3Blliv bright and in tho full bloom of its
K. yj bt? e can,t tel1 yu nalf tne story f our
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H Wool Delaines good fall shades, 10 cents a yard.
H Double WidthCaslimeres, fall shades, 15 cents a yard.
H Brocades and Plaids fn m 12 cts. up to 75 ot : a yard
B Wool Shawls worih 52.50 now $1 00
H Heavv Flannels for winter wear from 12 cents up
H The best line of Cantons on earth.
H Chiidrens' natural wool fleece lined union suits worth
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B Ladies' heavy fleece hned union suits worth 1, sell-
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H The biggost line of bargains in underwear you ever
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H ' Don't forget our Millinery. We carrv everything from
H a trimmed hat at 40c to a French pattern at $15.00,
B Madame Ehoda will assist you in designing your fall or
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S.S. Jones Company.
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I "W-A-XiXi i?.a.:p:e3:r..
H Full Line of Pure Wines, Liquors and Bottled Beer for
H Family Use
j Prices the Lowest at
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K H. S. PYNE, Manager, - Provo City
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THE "" H
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Keeps always on jband H
The Choicest Meats. 19
Home Cured Hams and H
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Pork Sausage. u Hi
PURE HOME MADE LAED. D
CASH 1A11 for FAX OAXXJL. HH
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THE DENVER H
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SCENIC LI1IE OF THE WORLD, H
The only line running two through gH
ast trains daily to fH
COLOKADO SP'IS. HB
PUEBLO & DENVER
Effective April 29, 1894. B
Train No. 2 leaves Provo 9 :26 a, m. HH
Salt Lake 8:05 a. m. Arrive at Pueblo H
6 :30 a. m. Colorado Springs 7:51 a. m, - H
Denver 10:30 a. m. il
Train No. 4 leaves Provo 8:50 p. m. fil
Arrive at Pueblo 5:27 p.m. Colorado 1
Springs 6 :53 p. m. Denver 9:25 p. m, H
Connections made at Pueblo, Colo- IBK
rado Springs and Denver with all lines 9H
east, Elegant day Coaches, chair cars 199
and Pullman Bleepers on all traina. flflfl
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f ortable train and enjoy the finest scan- flH
ery on the continent, Shortest line to B
Cripple Creek, C 'dado's Great Gold ll
Train No. 2 leaving Provo at 9:26 a. iH
m. arrives at Cripple Creek next niorn- iBHl
ing 9 '50. HH
A. a. HUGHES, Traffic Manager, Denver, Col, H
B. V. NBYINS, General Agent. HH
H. M. OUSHLKG. T P. A. 53 W. 2nd South St Bl
Bait Lo&e City, man, H
9. KHOOPBR G.P.4T.A. Denver. Col. H
LEAVE PKOVOiPOEEAUTAND SOUTH, B
No. S. For Grand Junction and a HBH
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No. 4. For Grand Junction and H
points East 8.50 p. m flH
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petoand Sevier 3.55 p.m jH
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Fori-, Payson and Euroia.. 6:20 p. m lH
LEAVE PKOVO FOK WEST. HH
No .1. For Saltlja&e City.Ogdon Am. 1
Pork, Lohl and the West.. 11.55 a. m HH
No, 3. For Bait Lake City, Ogden, Hl
Am.ForkaaaLebi ana tbe SHH
VVeat 10.15 p.m HH
No. 5. For American Fork, Lohl, Salt IHE
Lako City and Ogden 35 p.m fM
No. 7. For American ForX i.ohl and JH
Salt Lake City 8:35 6. is HH
AfiBIYS AT PliOVO PEOM EAS'l ANU H
No. 1. From Denver, Grand J unotion H9
and '.polntaEaat 115 a, m BHll
No, 3, From Denvor.Grand Junotlon m
and points East 10.16 p.m iH
No. 5 FxomSprlngvllle.Thlstle San- H
peteand Sevier .....3.55 p.n. M
No. 7 From Springyllle, Spanish F'k Bll
PayBon and Eureka 8.33 a. m EBr
AEIUVE AT PROVO FROM WEST. fH
No. S. From California, Ogden, Salt gB
Lake city, Leni and Am. HH
Fork 9X6 a. m lD
No. 4, From California, Ogden, and lM
Salt Lake city 8 50 p.m iH
No. 6, From Ogden' Salt Laxe city, - aBJ
Lehl andAmerican Fori. . . . 3.56p. m H
No. 8. From Sail Lake city, Lohl and IHlH
American Torb. 6.20 p.m H
iThe only line to ogden and Denver without fHB
change, Free reclining chair cars on through KH
trains. Through blejping cars to Denver BPJB
Kansas city, Chicago and ban Francisco. Ele tPBflflBl
gant equipment, safety, speed and comfort ovHD
O ALUY. Ticket Agt. Provo IVPH
D. O. Dodc, S. 11. Babcock, SlH
Gen, jlgr. Traffic Manager IBH
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General Pasaenger Agent, sbTbbD
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Sign Writing, BH
Carnage Painting, H
Paper Hanging, 9H
Shop one half bloci; north of County 9bbE
Court house, " H
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