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B STATE H jFor Justice Sil r- inu Court: B ' R N DASKIN. B for Conrn'sinaa: m BU1GIIAM II UGBJ3RTS. H COUNTY. . H -For Slate Scyinto: H ABEL JOHN EVANS, Lohl. H A O SMOO I', Pruvo. R For Stuio Hi))rc?ent,itl.vcs: H JOSEPH LAI'ISU, American Fork. B .OHNE BELTS, Puybon. B JIAUIKUS LAKSEN, Sp'lsli For;. M VM M ROYLANCE, Spi luKvlltc. B For County Commtsstouurs: B A M DAVIS, Lohl. B JOS T McEWAN, Trovo. B WM B HUGHES, Spanish Fork. B For County j'jhurltT: B GEO A STOLIUS. Sprlogvlllo. K Fur County Truiibiirar: B p F MALMBEKG, S.intnquln. B For County Assessor: B 110 YAL T I1UISJJ, Fuyson. H: or Co,ln,y Attorney: B JACOU EVANS. 1'rovo. jB For County Clerk: B GEORGE HAVEUCAMP, Provo, K For County Recorder: B MAY HUOWN SPENCER, Provo. B For Coitniy Surveyor: B ANDREW ADAMSON, Amor'n Fork. B PRECINCT. B pnovo. K For Jusllco of the Ponce: B JACOB F GATES. BH Eor onstithlo: B WREN WILKINS. B SPRINGVILLE. m For Tustlco of itio Panuo B N II PACKARD, B For Constable: jBj LEE BUl'EE. B LEHI. B Fr Jusllcp of tlio Peace; m ROBERT GILGIIR1ST. B For Constable: B D T FOWLER. B AMERICAN FORK. H For Justlco nf tlio Pence: m joiin w chipman. B For Constable; y B GEORGE 11 WEBB.' B PLEASANT GROVE, B "or Ju'Uco of Hie Peace: m ALFRED W HARPER. H For Constable: B EZRA F VVALKEK, B SPANISH FORK. B Fv Justlco of the Peace: H JOHN J BANKS. jK For Contablci K REES D JAMES. B PAYSON. B For Justlco of tho Peace: B THOMAS II WILSON. H Fur Constable: B THpMAS CLOWAUD. B PROVO BENOH. H For Justlco of the Peace: H JOHN S PARK, B J'or Conntnblc: H pHAS E CRAN DALL. B OA.LEM. B For Justice of ttio Pence: H fllES FltEDEWCICbEN. B For Constable: B WM II GARDNER. jH SANTAQUIN. B (ir Justice of the Peace: H EDWARD BENNJL'J'T. B Fr Conatablcl B J I CUATWJN. B GOSHEN. B lrr Justice of tho Peace: H JAMES GARDNER. B ?or Ounstubloi JH WM EDWARDS. B LAKE VIEW. H For Justice of tho PtT.ce ; B J JOHN NDTTALL, JR. B For Constalilo: B' GEORGE C SCQTT, JR. B MAPLETON. B ff Justice or the Peace: B JOHN II LEE. B For Constable; B LAFAYETTE JOHNSON. B LA.KE HORE. B for Justice Qf tho Th$fsi B JOSEPH FRANCIS. B FfirPoQstable: M aIOR MFVSOM. Hi H n t. HIGHLAND. For Justlco of lie PoHce: S MOYLE. ForConst(ble: PETEI BECK. VINEYARD. For Justlco of tho Peace: CUAS 0 ORAIG. ForConstnblc: WARREN IIOLDAWAY. 4 BENJAMIN. For Justice of the Pence: SHADRAOII M RICHAUDSON, ForConstnble: ISAAC G SHEPIIAUP. Clmlrman County Centrnl Commltteet A O SMOOT. Secretary County Central Committee: GRANT 0 BAGLEY. Address: Provo Clly. Utah. - OUR PLATFORMS. STATE. AdoptecJ by the Democratic Stats Convention, In Salt Lake City, Septem ber 14, 1898. Tho Democrats of Utah by their del. esutes In convention nssotuh'eri, de clare aiiow their allegiance to the Pemocratlc party of the Nation, and fr tho great essential principle of liberty which that party, more than a century ngn, was organized to ptomote and establish. Wo reatllnu tho principles declared in I ho Domocrntlo platform, adopted In Cbjcauo in 18U0. The Imperative necessity of the use of lioth gold mid silver for tho purposes of money throughout the world, Is'eucrully con ceded. Thu use of both is essential to tho welfare and happiness of mankind. Tho ro-cstabllshment of sujh mo In of such vital Importance, that no ordi nary dllllculty should bo permitted to stand In tljo way of Its attainment. It is Kenerally acknowledged that with out both gold nod silver, people must sink In tho cello of Inpplness and civil Iz'illun. They must Iiidjju'bIi In poverty. They mtis cnntlnno to strtmulu in vain to lietter'tliolr condition. They mint toll on without oven the hop of ado qtlute rcwatd. YiL It Is said that for this porvadliijr. fligrant wrong, there Is and can be no remedy, without the aid and consent of those who are. and will ntiialn deuf to all appeals for re lief. Is it true that at thH time there Is a right which cannot be made to prevail? A wrong for which ther'o Is no remedy? Have the maxims of our raco proven false? There Is a remedy. It Is declared In tho national platform of the Democratic p.vrty. to which we nrjy declare our steadfast devotion. That remedy Is the enact merit nf a law by the Congress of the United States, providing for the free ami unlimited coinage of both gold and sliver at the ratio of 1U t J, without walling for the aid or consent of other nations such consent Mug not'irlomly luipo-Hlblo to obtain, and that such colu lie a legal tender In payment of ull debts butli public and private. Tbe Dutiiocratlo party oxtonds a cor dial welcome to all those pursons who have heretofore n!lorpd to other or ganizations, hut who have seen the Insincerity of tho profusions of their former political associates, to the cuiscof btmetallsm. They have had the courage anil honesty to surrender their previous relations and Join hands with the great Demociatlc party to bring about the tilutuphof this all-lm portaiitjirlnelple. The war with Spiln was necessary ami Inevitable If tho mploti was to hnvo any regard for the protection of lis citizens and tho redrts of wrongs and outrages on tho part of Spain, which had iiecome Intolerable. Every consideration of Justlou am) humanity demanded quick nnd decisive action. Such was tho domain! of tlio American people, Yot after this condition ho came known fur months a Republican administration hesitated, and in weak ness sought to avoid thu responsibility growing out. of thin most Important crisis. After resorting to various de vices and deceptive representation, It was at leiitxtli ctiinpellid through the patrlotlo efforts of Democratic mem bers of Congress ami an array of public pontiment t) favor a declaration of war. Through the skill, willingness, sacrifice and heroism of tho army nnd tho navy of tho United Si alps. I ho war jius been waged to a triumphant and gloilous conclusion. The Congress of tho United States nnd the entlio peoplo of the country did not wish to sparo tho money op efforts npcesary to provide oor sol .djeru HncI sailors with everything need ful for ihelr heltp, comfort nnd wel fare Their request or supplies was ruet,by the action of Congress prompl Jy, &nd to the fullest limit of tbe re quest. Notwithstanding thlr, Itjj to " ' """ '' ' ' ! I - t !' tho chngiiu or thiNniliiii that through political corruption or liicompotftiey of the Hepu'illean ndmlnlBtratlon, our fojdlera nnd sailor luivo not been Biilllelenily provided for Seemingly no legnrd has been paid to the condi tion of ih.dr health. Through the orders of tho War department lliey iiavo been kept at places whloh became verltablo post holes, until they woro so stricken with bunaernml dlxease, that If they wcro called upon to remlet the Kervlce for which J4ny wero pn listed, Aln-y would be found physically un.hle to re'poniU The people ol the United States hold to a rigid nccniint thnso persons who may be found responsible for tlila eon llt Ion, which discloses that ihey were worse enemies to the country I ban those nguhi8l whom our brave soldiers and seamen were ready to go forth to do linitte. To ihennicers nnd men who volun. leered from to Stale 'if Utah and who have, wlwrever an opportunity !m been nIToided. ns in tho Imiiln of Manila, so bravely uphold the honor of mir country, nnd general credit or our Stale, wo ex'ond nil praise, and fu'ly assure them tint the Universal reeling Is that the future has no row aril loo good for them. COUiNTY. Adopted by Utah County Con vention, at Provo, Sep tember 7, 1898. ' ri.ATFOIt AND ItliSOLUTIONS. The Democratl.0 pirly of Utah coun ty, by Its authorized delegates In con vention assembled, uhmlt tho follow ing declaration of principles: 1 We ran ill rni, and endorse the Democrat In plattorm adopted by the National Dotnocrml Convention at Chicago In 1800. ami especially that portion of said platform which declared In fivnr or the frm and unlimited coinage of silver equal with gold at the, ratio of 10 to I. The wnrfuro be tween the moniy power of tho world and tho mnses of limuniliy is still on, tho Issue Is ns Important now, and inorq Important than it was In 180,"). It Is find must continue to be a conflict between grinding monopolies on the nun hand nnd ihodowu-ttodduu masses on the other, until, by tho mighty voice of tho people nt the ballot box. it shall have been settled, nnd settled right. This Is tho paramount Issue before the peoplo. Tt has hitherto been In the Suite of Utah n question tltion which nil of the political part lev .igreeiL Recently, hnwuiw, by iIih ue of Juggling woidsand meanlmrles term, calculated puly to obscuro the vltsl question ami befog the. Issue, tin Itepiihllcnns of Utah, with many hon orable exemptions. In violation of their solemn plndirca nnd promises to the people, have taken a backward step In the progress of the light, until It his become Impossible to tegard them any longer In nnv other HiHit. than ns the fnem's or gold nnd enemies of silver The only truu friends or any question are those who light for lis triumph, nnd fluht to win. Such Is the ntMiude of tho Detiiocrntlo party tnwnnN the free nnd unlimited roloage of silver equal wl'h gobl ns a money of ultimate redemption, 2 Pho Democrats nf Utnh .county are pinnd of tho result of the wnr with Spain. We are nono the less proud of th fact, (hat Democratic Sen itorsand Reprnj'nta'lves in the "on grass nf the United S'ates by unceas ing norltallnn, in cpio of n formidable opposition bv Republican lenders cro- ited a public sentiment In the country which forced nnd compelled n reluct nut. Republican Administration to declare war. A declaration wh'e.h not only tho distinction nf Hie "Maine" wns arranged, but liberty and the op portunity of enlightened freo govern mept. wns extended to an oppressed mid down-t.rnilden people. 3 Wo renfllrm our ndhnrenco In the dnctrlno of eqinl suffrage, ami nre proud of that provision nf th" Consti tution of the Stale or Utah, bv which equal sulTrago Is cmtrantoed without regard to tho distinction of snx; and wo declare that that provision of tho Conftltiitlon, and tho laws made In pursuance thereof should bo given the fullest possible effect; nnd the absolute rlehtor women to voionnd 'mbl olllco should be uphold nnd maltauied. 4--Wo ciingrntulato tho people or Utnh enmity, nnd tho Democratic party therein upon the clean, rrugal nnd honest administration or tho county K"vnrnnient by the officers elected In 1800. Tho county govern moot has hncn administered nnd con ducted In tho Intercut of tho citizens and the taxpnyers nnd for tho oubllo good. Wo therefore, as tho represent atives of thu pirty to whom said oillcersowo their election, lion tily on dorse nnd approvo tho manner In whloh thoy hnvo discharged their trust and bexpeak for them tho sincere gratt ltuiiu of tho people of Utah county. Cut and Slash ! Some barbers do; some don't, Wo do all flnu-rlius tonsorlal work ns taught by yeaits of experience. Drop In and give us a trial. i. W. SCOTT, Tonporja! ri?t ' o ' PROBATA AND GUAHDIAN8HIP NOTICF8. " ' I Consult County Clerk or ItespectLve S fjnpi fir Further information. In the District Court of tho Fourth Jdl:lnt District. In unci fot utnh Count r, Stuto o! Utah In tbo mAtter of tho cstute of WJlllatn Uoaili. deceased. NOVICK - Crcitllors will present claim wltli voucber tp the unJorxlRiii',1 nt Spitntth .Viu 'Vi Utah, on or before Kchruury 13, . W1LMAMJ llOACH, ,,.,, AdmlnUtr-tcr. J llllixit Crccr attorney for ndmtnlttrator. ,.tatea nt lrovo, Utnh, Oot. is, l8s. IPlrst publleutlon Ooi. 13, iws.1 In the District Court of tho Fou-th Jiultclnt r)Iirlct, of tho Stuto of ttuh, In and for Utnh County. In the nutter cf tho ostnto of Edward P. Urnven, deci'UKrd NOTlOt: OP SAlP-Tho undorstgned wilt sell nt private ilo tho letlnwlnir propurtj', te wilt The right to tho towsnlon of certain luntls Mltuate in Orard Con my, Ltiili, known ns the Cottonwood ratuh, which connlstH or nbout forty acres of luccmu land, unci other liit.di iikfd for paituro uiul rancn purpoxi-H, (situate 0 i tbo Cottonwood crccK uud In tho Uojk uiounuliiR, toKolher with tlio water rights ctmiit-oted MiiTrwIth, nml thu Improvements thereon, ccnHlsltng of ciihlas, corral-, fences nml other Ilxtiirt'SHiul nppurlonancvHi 00 tons nf lucerne lmy lcn.itod on sale ranch, kit of blaikiuitth nnd curiieuitr tools, II head cattle, aialves, is linid of liorHos, UeorliiB mowliu machine and hay ruke, X old wnpons, u ml of humeri. rIOItiK saddle, 2 pack khiIcIIoh, i plows, 1 hiri . 1 whcclharrow, I scraper nnd I com sli. Her, on or nf Irr Monday, tho T'lt tlnv or No vember. A. U. liDi, uud written bids wlil bo rfcelyril ,y tun u ciTsiuned, nt Atiierlcan Fork Clly, Unh Terms o' B.ilo u.ibIi. Uwful inomy of thu United htitca. ttibd paid upon ecnllrmatlon nf sale, by nnler of thu court, J ask J. OitAVPs, Administratrix. (Iko cunninoiiam. administrator. ICInir, Uurton & ICln, nnd Oram O. llagley, Attornujs for Administrators, IFlrat publleatloL Oct. SO, 189S, NOTICU- .Notice of sale of real estate at private- s'lle. Under nuthorlty of an order of sale granted bv tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial District, for Utnh County, Stale or Utah, dated Oct.a, 1K9S. I will soil ntprlvuto nalo the fol lowlnn described real estate to-wltl Tlio cast hnir of lot 4, block 40, of plat "A", Spanish Fork City survoy; nlso one-fourth of u share uf an un llvidod tnlercstof whit Is Known ns tho Spanish Fork pasturo Tho sain will bo made, on or after thu Dth day of Not ember, IbOS.nud bids will be recelrad at the residence of the undersigned In snld HpauWh Fork City. Term of sale, cum, upon tho contlrmattom of said sale. ORO1I0H W. WILKINS, Administrator of tlio estate of Qcorgo Mayer, dece.isivt. 1) ited Ojt SA, I60S. Win. Crcer. Attorney. First publication Oot M. 1893 NOTIOB TO CltKBJ FOHS, Kitnto of William Holt, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned nt Spanish Fork, Utnh County, Stato of Utah, un or before February as. isoj. Dated this Srth day of October, 1W3. Joiin 1. IIOl.Tand Sauubi. Ifol.T, Administrators ol Ustate. Warner & Itnutz, nttornevn IFIrst publication Oct. 20, 1893.1 i ' SHEIIIPP'S SALE. In tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial District, Utah County, Htatuof Utah. Ana Hanson, plaintiff, vs. Hani. Hanson, de fendant. To be sold at Bherlff's Snlaon tho 10th day of Ilovunber. A. I) 189S,nt tho frontdoor nf the .'ounty Court House, In tho City of I'rovo, Count v of Utah, Qtnto of Utah, at 12 o'clock M. the foflowtng dcsorlhcd property, to w tt: lteglnnlniten(IO) chains West of tho NK cornerof thoSU M of thoNW U of Hectton II, Township H, South of ICango 3 Hunt, Butt Lake Meridian, thenco Wcst&IUil chains; thoncu Norlhfi 00 chtlnst thonco East 30 00 clinlus; ilicnce South 5.00 to ttn place of beginning. Area )& acres. Situate In Utah County, BtaU ol Utah. Togother with all nnd singular tho tene ments, hcrudltiimonts and appurtenances thoreunto belonging or In unywUe appertain ing, also all water rlnht belonging to said land. Oko. A. STOIlllS, Sheriff, Utah County, utnh. By Itohert E Knowlden. Deputy Shtriff, Dated nt I'rovo. Utuh, Out. ptli, 1HI9. Warner lloutz, Attys, for Ptatnttm. First publication Oct. "J, 1893.1 Motel Wightman. Bssl Accommodations. Headquarters for Traveling Men. W. H. FKnNCIS, PROPRIETOR. Payson, ... Utah. CURRENT TIME TABLE. In lCfTeet July 17,1808. W5AVE I'JIOVO FOIl EV8T AND BOUTH. No. 2 For Grand Junction nml points East 0:33 am No, 4 For Ornml Junction nml pulntH Gist 8:50 p m No. 0 Ji-nrSprumvlllo, This- tlu Kit' ift nnd Uiclilkdd 1):83 p m No. 8 For .Sjjrlnuvlllc. Span Fork I'nyson and Kurolta 0:30 p in LEAVE IMIOVO FOK WEST. No. I For Rait Lako Clly, Oirdun andlhi) West... 11:13 u in No. 3 For Salt Lako City. Omlito ami tlio west... 7;47 p m No 5 For Am. Fork, Lohl. andS.tlt Lnko City .., 3:59 pm No. 7 Fur Am. Fork, Lohl nnd Salt Luke City 8:27 am AUItlVE ntOVO KHOJI EAST AND SOUTH No. 1 From Di'iivnr, Ornud Juno, nml pulntH Enst 11:13 a m No. 0 Krum D-uwr, Grand No. 5 Fr on Sprlnvlll.-. Thh- tin SantiHto, Hlchlleld 3:53 p m No. 7 From Sprnxv'lp.8paii- lull F'k, l'ayaoti, Eureka 8:27 a m Altltl YU AT VUO O KHOM WEST. No. 3 Fjoiii California, Otf- dun und Silt Lako Clly 0:83 a m No. 4 From California, Ok- dnu and Silt Liko City 8.Q0 p m No, 0 From Salt I.ako City, Li-Iii und American F'k 0:83 a m No. 8 From Salt Laku Cltv, Lolil nnd Auinrloiiu F'k 0:20 p m Tho only lino to Odoti und Denver without cfinnjjH. Freo reeling chair enn on tltiuuirh I rains. Through lu"plrm o:irs to Denver, Kanms City, ChiciiKOj I'nrtliin'l end Sun Frariclncn. El-'irnnt oqtilnptuonti Brtfoiy, upceil ati'l ciniifnn, "' I?. C. UODOBj S. II. fiABpOCK Gen'l Jlan'upor. TralHoMnuaHer F. A. WAW.EIOH, Capqaral Pugtangcr JLgt. 1 1) H " '"'"'" ". 'I' ' i i iiiiii.i iiur. ' aH t " ' ' ' i ii i i , ,rr n,ii,Mal iiH I , 1 I : I 'I Mil I I I Hill H "Wiwsn4 visiting H Silver City, c H call -at the H 16 to 1 Saloon I IlOpp. l'lixmnu liotul.) M Sam Levy's Famous H Cigars, and all kinds of WM Liquors always on hand. wt f ureka Soon. Headquarters for all travelling and mining men. Nothing H but first.class trade and the best of goods handled. Finest H brands of Wines and Liquors for family trade. H BAILEY & VIN6ENL Center St., PROVO. 'H WM. M,' ROYLANCE, I SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. M PIONEER FRUIT Ai PRODUCE 1RCW I OF UTAH COUNTY. AGENTS If 0B.... Fays ch ' 1 . M ' i i ii i. , H Studobtter fog choice i S Wagons, Etc., m 2 ' I Bicydes. W ;Et0. I CORKISPDMDEHCE SOLICITED, """", " Provo Roller Mills. I Jesso Knight & Sons, Frop'rs Will Pay CASH for Wheat Mjll opposite Railroad depots. J. T. McEWAN? Postollice Box 192. Telephone No. 31. Manager. jjH I'. O. box, !)G0. TKLitriioNK, No. 40. H S. W. SHARP, T Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. ' FIRST-CLASS HACKS AND CARRIAGES. M Special Rates to Commercial Men. M Cor. I and Center Sts. PROVO CITY, UTAH. B Smoot Lumber Co. S HEADQUARTERS FOR VH Doors, Windows, Lath, H Mouldings, Shingles, WM Lumber, etc H e have the wost oomplete Stock south fl of Salt Lake Oity. n H C0EEESP0NDEN0E SOLICITED. - Pox 128, Provo pity, Utah. ? H