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Wm THE DEMOCRAT.
m y?tfxxr oc-roju-.tt go, tens.
S OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,
HH District Judge, Warren N. Duvnborry
KB .Clork, Oeorno ltnvercnmp.
MRS court Stenographer, Mont ltobcrts.
B , UTAH COUNTY OFFICER8.
HEW$ I Jairins O. Ilullock. PI. Otove
Br( .Selectmen Jatnfj H. I'cory. l'ayson.
fJfV':' I A. M Davis, lchl.
Hjflf .Assessor Jed J Mercer, Aiosrlein Fork
CjHb' dirk UeorRo Hnvtrcmnp, 1'rovo
JHi Sheriff.. ...... ...OtorjtoA. Storm, I'rovo-
HK' Ytecorder ...... Ilytunl J.- Thomas, I'rovo
Hi. 'Vrennurer .... .. .. . , Kllen Jnkeinnn
HbE: I'rosecutinjf Attorney Samuel A. King, I'rovo
IMjjL Harvjyor.,", . ... Atdrew-Adamson, Am. Fork
K" tiupt. School J. Ij, Urown, 11. Urovo
HBB Juornntlno I'hyslclan Or Allen, I'rovo
HP PROVO plTY OFFICEJ8,
IMMkr Mayor...., ,,, ,.,.Samuol H Jones
5 ' Councilor
KV; ri'st Word.... Ilrltt Johnson, Thomas llccslcy
f Second" II. J. V. Ooddard W. H llrcrnton
DMr Third " ..K. V Vincent. A. W. Ilardlna
H4L1'' Fourth" ... Thomas Martin. John K. llooth
H' J'JIih " W M. MclCcndrlck, J. 11 Kcelcr
ifHW-' flccordor ,. ..Lars L. Nelson
HBBfe Marshal .,., ,,,.. Howe). Knight
RH? rreuHuror ,,.Mary lloshurd
f Justice of tho i'enco.,.. AlonzoA.Noon
IjlHf City Attorney Thomas John
wmmt. superintendent Waterworks J, K Annltstcnd
EflHfr u Ouiirnntlno Physician , ...Dr. Hlmmona
MHR' s vatcrmstorandJJoud Sapor f If. Fnrrcr
DBIjF I) .'ItyHexton T. 11 Cluff
JfMBft KlroOhlef...., , W.J Tuylor
HQv jDurlnR tho campaign n largo nuniher
Hflj-' ,"f sntitplo copies of Tiik Utah County
Bfl PemuuuAt will ho mulled to persons
HH' yho uro not subscribers. These sunt
flK' )lo oples will noj-bo charged to tho
Bf jor$ons to wlmm tlioy uru sent, but wo-1
HH? hull bo very gjud t,o bavo nil such con-
Bi jiltiuo ap regular subscribers.
H , fjjianBORHOOD.
IBHp " Window glass; Snow & Young.
BH& yVvold colds; fix up your windows.
Ht See Dr. Nelson about thoso tcctli.f
K XX, B. Swasoy Is roportcd sorlously 111.
IH, JSJniolo Huns, iqorlca's Quest nlcklo
IRm 8now& Young will fix your windows
HKf Regular jncnls SGo ot'FJoIner'a res-
IH A remedy for shattprod pane?, Snow
IHf A Toung.
BR' n City Justice A. A. Noon V'sl'wJ Salt
K. Freh oystef scagorj has opened up nt
Ht Reiner's restaurant.
Hp. Fall llapf cirpcts Just grrlvcd at
K Qates Furniture Co.'jf
fjK' Sheriff Slurry was In Sit)t Jko on
Bk .official business Tuesday,
HH& $iuoco tho Klo (-JrandD'clRar. Mndo
Rr py J. y. Hurt, Eureka, Utnli.
fH MaJnrV. U. JJorry came In from
B nlt Luko onday on btislucsf .
KJBK 0. II Pyj)c.r vv n JL'rovt) Mgndny
HK ttom Mnmmoth visiting friends.
lflH' f A QTJ V1'1' 'or whentit tho I'rovo
fjHl ? "- " Ut WlUl, jpp. dpnot,,.
&K&: Sold cheap o.r.csh-;np8tjrig Stoves
BH pt alt kinds. Gates Purnlluro Of).li
BK , Miss Ueulah Buehman spoit tho llrsj,
Wm Pf'tf)0 week visiting ft lends li ureku
H Jesse Knight wogt to Tlntlo Monday
HH evening to look after hl rilnhirf Iiter
VaR w Dr. N. H. Nelaon does tho best or
, Rental work, ybu should p$l and see
H .. r-Pljfgwflw coon in town;'" Hols
5Blf?v - ttBgJifte(rfor,thQ Husjue&s JJon's
fjgBs Posimastor John Potcrs of Apicrlpan
PJHw urk was m Piovo on busluesj yestcn
MPs Judge M. . Warner vUltcd Tlntlo
fjBBi' Jt Sunday op Jjpl ujid mining busl-
Hfe Call on Dr. C. B, Snyder over tho
Hp raoot drug store fur first-class dental
fHBtl 'fhf twRp fa of bedroom Rultes for
l-BMr.. , flie Jet mon.ey jjojd nt tb.0 Qutes Fijr.-
Ksv ;ture Co.M
BH ' POd.Q0O Hunf clgaw pod In 1807.1
fjP yotj take no chances till tho n)asg is
H''. J. U yo" ge Snow & Young to fix
BBF' your windows.
gBRf , Ai K'" wcnt Ul illmoro Sqn-
pHlf .4y o attend the sessluu of tho Fifth
mK iutrict epurt.
BbBL- Judge Johnson came i)p frpm San-
HlH j, jiste Sunday fur a eouple of days' stay
kB'v ,ou leV' busunesp.
pSP The R. (K W. will piake reduced
Msflfr ' to El,rekR Thursday night for
MkE, "8 Kl9,ye contest.
m' fi 3 jRmajP yetu;ppd Sunday frn) Ms
Br 3sl1f&rna trip with 3600 Sheep which
IjBjL & Ixjugl); lp tljp Xojdeu Bute
MM.?. The '.'Star Estate" Sfrcel Range, so
HR rW"1 talked atMijit, Is sojd only by the
IfflBp. " PteFir8ltnrepo,14 , '
WHLh ' Yo k P rJW, wo njeasure the
Mg ' jpultig, we urnlM; t alM. iye do
BfWp' Pperlp,lHis carefujly fltlpjl day or
KflK' JH hy a cBDifi rwrtpr phar.
m" ,WrJ,n.luJ$o .Bsy ; thtf
wcok from tho Piovo City Trunnfor,
First National Hapk mid Central Coal
Deputy Sheriff Henry goes to Ogdcn
todny wllh Warburtnn and Wilson,
who wcro conimitled to tho Stuto In
Have your Improvement Era and
other magazines and books bound by
F. E. Crouch. Work good; prices right.
Opp. P. O., Prow.
Matt Cttllon, Allen G Cnmpliell, A.
P. Holden and 13. II. AVeeks came
down Tuesday as witnesses In the
minim; auso of Campbell vs. Morse
Class, uny old slzoj 8now$ Young
Mr. It. Jay amiicrl will glvn the
opening soolal dance at tho Sopt hworth
Hall Tuesday, Hur. 1st, tintl ocgins his
regular Sututduy Matiucca on Nov, fith
at 8::io p.m.
Stop that draughtjsco SnoW & Young.
Mnhiira's minstrels played to n small
hut appreciative nudloncc Smirday
evenltie. Iho opening was nmiismg
and many of tho musical specialties
Win, M. Itoylnno', Sprlngvllle, Utah,
wants your cliolco fruit, potatoes,
winter upph-s, peurs, nlfalfa seed, etc.
Cull on or wiltohlm If you liavo any
thing for sale.f
Kod-liot coal the Kf.mmi:IBU Coai.
Warranted to go 25 per cant further
than any other coal on tho market
Sold exclusively by the Central Coal
Co. Telophono No. 7, Provo.f 17
Call at tho Homo Uakory for bread,
cakes, pics, Ice cream, Irults and con
fectionary. Cakes for tho family nnl
for ball, receptions und partlos made
to order. Plainer Bros. Prop'rs.f
Ityvp that brokjn glass replaced.
Wo have added to our stock nnd now
tviva a complete lino of pure drugs and
chetulciiln, patent romadlos, etc. Wo
have the lluest lliiu of stationery and
tahiots In tho city, ui tho Elkhoru
Win. M. IUiylnnce, Sprltlgvlllo, Utah,
tho oldest fruit, produce and alfalfa
seed merchant in Utah county. Pays
cash for all kinds of produce. It will
pay you to call and seo him It you
huvo goods (or aalu.f
Mrs. E. E. Corfman wont to Salt
Lako yesterday morning to attend tho
annual meeting of tho Utah Congroga
tlonal Churches, whore she prcsonteil a
paper on tho work of tho Congrega
tional Education Society.
Odd sizes our hobby; Snow Si Young,
All who contemplate attending tho
glovo contest between Bean and Fr
rcll at Ki)ruka Thursday night will
please leave their mimes at tho Sniuot
Drug Store in order to uet the advant
age of cheap railipad rates,
St, V. Lo Sleur advises us that the
reported deal on gllsonlto lands Is olT,
at lenst for tho present. 'Iho Interest
in this class ofproporty Is now nt Its
height nnd Mr. Lo Sleur justly expects
to make, a fortune out of his holdings
For window glass, seoSnow& Young.
I saw nt Beck's juwoiry store the oth
,er day some of the liuost seventeen
jeweled watches that I have evor sewni
'They uro some that Mr. Book has had
in ud u ppoj:ially for his linn trade, and
thoynro beauties. It will pay you to
call uud sco thorn.
W, M. Wilfton nd visas us that ho has
written to Mercur and, told the sports
of that place that If they desire to buck
Wcjjay fir another go with Bean, tho
match can bo made for $250 a sldo. It
remains to bo seen if the 'bloods" of
Jhe groat gold camp aro willing to
baok (heir talk which appeared In tho
jast ssuo of the local papers of that
B. F. Mllnor, while going up Prnvo
canyon last Friday evening toward
Oharlpstnn with a load of merchna
dlse, met with qulto a serious accident.
Tho wagon was overturned ami Milncr
was thtowti heavily to tho ground,
sustaining a badly hroken slipuldcr.
Ho manuged (o uqtanglo himself from
the load, tio his hpn-es and ro;).ci tho
ofllco of the power plant where hp
telephoned to Provo for u rig and to
Charleston for some ono to proceed
with tho team. Ho was brought back
to Provo and Dr. Jlen reduced tho
fracture. Wo are pleased to leuru that
he I (j gutting along nicely.
, j HEADQUARTERS::;::: j
j Bread, Cakes, I
I Wedding Cafes.
PROVO CITY BAKERY,
l F. D. KELLY, PropV,
, . tm i r, a
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult Comity Clork or Jfcspecflve
Signers fir Further Information,
In tho DUtrlfJ Court ol tho Fourth Judicial
DIMrk't, of tho UUiupt t tah, In and for Utib
In tho matter c( tho estato of F.Jwnrd P.
NOTIOi: OF SAt.n- The undersigned will
si'll ut nrlvoto fwlo Ui-? following property, to
wit! The right to tho pouesalon of certain
luuils situate In (Irand County, Utah, known n
the Cottonwood rnmh, which consists of about
forty acres of lucerne land, and other Ur.di
used for pasture and mncft purposes, situate
on the Cottonwood creek and In tho lloolt
mountains, toRother ttti tho wntor rlBht
iHinncotcd therrwlth, and tho lmprovemiuts
thereon, ccnslstlnc of cabins, corralf, fences
and other axturcs and appurtcnancvsCto tons
(if lucerno hay located on said ranch, kit of
blacksmith nnd enrpcnier tools, II head c-tttlc,
Siulvcs, IZ head of liurncx, Uccrlnc mowing
tnuchlno and liny rake, 'i old wnKOiH, a ret of
linriiCBS. riding saddle, 2 pack xaddles, 4 plown,
I harrow, I wheelbarrow. I scraper nnd I corn
sheller, on or after Monday, the 7'h ilny of No
trombor, A U I MM, und written bids will bo
received by tho undersigned, at American
Fork City, Utah Terms of Kalo cash, lawful
money of tho United Htates, to be puld upon
cenllrmatlon of Sale, by order of tho court.
Jank J. OiiAVj-tt, Adnitnlstratrlx.
Cluo CDNNiltQllAM, AdmlnUtrutor
Ktn, IlortonA Klnif, and Oram Q, (Jsfllcy,
IFIrstpubllcntloLOct 20, 1SS.)
NOTICI -Notlio of salo of roal sstato at pri
ttndir authority of an order "f sale granted
by tqe Ulntrtct Court of tho Fourth Judicial
District, for Utah County, Statu of Utah, dated
Oct. '!, 1MM. I will sell at private sulo tho fol
lowing described real estute to-wlt! Tho cast
half of lot . block 40, of plat ''A", Sponlsh
Fork City survoyjnNoono-fqurthof a sh.iro of
an undivided tntorestof whit Is Known as thu
HpunUli Fork pasture Tho sain will bo made
on or nttcr tho Qlhdayof November, 1898. und
bids will be receltsJ at the resld neo of the
undersigned tu snld Mpanlth Fork City. Tcrini
of vale, cash, upon tho coullrmatlom of said
salo. uionas V. Wii.kinb,
Administrator of thu estate ot Georgo Mayer,
IJalcdOct f3, IR99.
, "Win. Crcer, Attorney
First publication Oct. St), 1898
In tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial
District, Utah County, Ma to of Utah.
Aim Hanson, plaintiff, vs Hans Hanson, de
fendant. To bo sold at Sheriff's Sale on tho 19th duy of
Ilovombcr A D 1898, nt tho front door of the
Comity Court House, In tho City of Proro.
County of Utah, Btnto of Utah, at 12o'clook M.
tho following described property, to wit:
UeglnnlngtenflU) chains West of tho NE
cornorof theSUAJof thoNWIiof Section II.
Township 6. South of Kongo 3 Kiist, Salt Lako
Meridian, tbenco West 3000 chillis; thenco
North SCO chulnst thenco L-(t aou) chains)
thence South 5 00 to tLo p)aco of beginning
Area 13 upres. situate In Utah County, Stale
Together with nil and singular tho tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In nnywUa appertain.
Ing, also all wattr right belonging to raid land.
Geo. A. Stohms,
Sheriff, Utah County, Utah,
ny Itobert R. Knowhjcn, Deputy Sheriff,
Datoil at Frovo. Utah, Oct. JSth, IK68.
Attys. for Platntttr.
First publication Oct. .", 1S3S.
II II U II II U II II II II II II ll ll ll n ii n
: :: Lambert's
: :: Dancing
I :: Academy. I
a (Sonthworth Hall) lately rcno-
b vat ed and opened under tl)o a
a management of II. Jay Lam-
bert. Will rIvo a select soelal
a danco on TufSday evening,
" November 1. Ail mission 50c. a
a Children's iimtlnee Satur- "
o day iiftoriioou, November C.
d Special lustriiulinn loehlldren s
from u::iq tm 4!.'!0 p.m , then ,
social danclm; unit ueneral in-
struction till 0:30 p.m. Ad- "
2 mission 25e, a
" Club iucot8 Thursday even-
u Ing. November 3. nt 8:'a0, nlso " '
e Friday evonlng, November 11,
-. at 8:80.
Wo rosorvo tho right to ro- -
" fuso admission to whom we
" 800 lit.
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OUR TtfA AND COFFEE
tell tho tulo of tholr goodness In un
mistakable lunguago, Thoso who ap
preciate tho luxury of n good cup of
either bovorajrc can gratify their tnsto
by purchasing our best tea at 40o, nnt)
our boat coTeo at -10c. Thoso aro frpm
the choicest selections of tho host
crops and aro unrivalled for Btrouglh,
and dfj)cooy of tlavor.
Your gtocory bill will bo ten per
coutloss If you trade here.
GEO. E. HOWE, Grocer.
28 Center St.. Provo.
ATvf laps OF MEATS,
CuiiUAr Fit Lire Sloe!.
H ct" st-i Pfoy, Utah,
r. - V- 6
CEO. W. JONES, j
No. 10 West Second South,
Salt Luko City; and 303
2.jlh St., Ogdeti, Utah.
Will give you
III II1WWIIM ll- ! 1MM
to all points
EAST, WEST, :
HaugaRo checked; berths secured; new
tickets fui Dished at reduced rates.
WHITE FOB RATES.
WM. P. " k
THE PRINTER, 1
UP TO DATE I
q Wedding 1
llnspinent I'nlnn lllocb, I
UmUr lloorcy & Wmn),
erZZ1) Latest, lpiproiotneut in
fsl?ljLy Crown and llrldgo
tOWCLASPra rnllF. cut which you sco con
GsJl-wi. I 00 rcmocd from tie
CS??aCjrt..'P3 A mouth and cleaned and
viyi-3fc-' the cost lsery reasonable.
jKJfjIfr Ounranteed to bo tho best
Vvy nndchcupoHt In tho markoti
foj& It not satisfactory, monoy to
DK. J. N, OimiSTENSEN
raiTOvcr Dcck'B Jewelry Store, Provo. ,
, IUST OPENED 1 -." ""Tl
SPOT CASH GROCERY, I
fForrerBtos Old Stand, H
3 Blocks North of Depot. H
? W. BISHOP, FROF'R.
G-ive me a TRIAL. I will TREAT you right I
Provo Steam Laundry,!
j. T- 1 . -r ,( H
A Best work and reasonable prices. ;j&. B
JWt Give us a trial guarantee satisfaction, 'ML
iPf Ve tne nest : nc work, and ImW B
j make a specialty of family trade. !P B
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J, N, GULIQK, - - - FRQPRieTQiJ
GREAT BARGAIN DAY j
AT THE fl
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Utah Millinery & Bfy Goodsl
Secure' bargains jn. Ladies' Wraps,. FalUDress, Goods, B
Ladies' and Misses' Underwear, New Millinery ai-H
rjving every day. B
ANNIE JONES ATKIN, ;-. : (PEOPRIET011,B
1 ' ' l'-.J-i P . . , i ... ..hi, u, i . B
OUR NE2T SPECIAL SALE will begin MONDAY, October 24, n
will last Ojl Whole WeeSlX In our Dry Goods Store will baH
on sale MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, and in our ClothingH
Sore we -will have MEN'S and BOYS' SHOES on sale. We promissH
you some of the greatest bargains of the season, and advise you to H
Make Your Choice Early! I
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BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. CHILD'S KID SHOE. I
KllStfS MMBBj 2JSto?,s,L?xSlteff?.f,l! nm I
31.16, a good winter Shop, A I f)r H I fl " llKlifdreli il.oo sli'e P H
MISSES' iANGABOO, I hL I BABTES' SH0ES' I
30 nr Henderson's Celobratca t fXJll!00 nn B
Itangaroo Call Shoes, sl7(es I ' ( f "-J N 'W' " rtHI1 H
18 to 2 besL wnarliiL, Shnn fill nt" H H taiieti at ?oc, a,)C, UOc unit $t n 1 1 11 H
lp tlVhmisVr'gufc ( 1 Pair, jour choice for UVV H
$1.88, go at only lj)lU(J V J H
vmm mi vnnv I fl I SCH00L SHOBB.
JlLlOOJliO JJXiUiOp pllUl!., k. 30 pr Heavy Grain School Shoo, nrfl B
34 pr Our Very Plnost Misses' fill f I f f K ilPA2, rt';"1". V'llu l) H
Uress Kid Shoes, sizes 18 t0 1 -4K ( J -ea to 81.60, go ut qnly )Y)V H
3, regular ptlcc 82.251, ...11)1 .111 v" " m
niTm.Q qThht qttat, I " " I W'S m Il0ES' I
VlLllJl) D bL-llUUL bllUJb Ml Doyou want a bargain! Hero
48 pr Child's Heavy Grain and nrn BHHBIflBH wy.2m ,c.hance' A" wok H
Pongohi Kid Shoes, sizes 0 to hfj lm HJ'OT' yurc,2 QQ HH H
111. wort.,00oand8Uout....UtJlj sWll.i?
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This Salo is Only for Ono Week. I
Positively fop SPOT CA3H, I
itiwmf pS g0ds; tts your ae after- g8tI
., YOURS FOR BIZZ, M
R. -"A. BARNEY. I
(Pester Street, Er0T0 0ity, vwM