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WU fr; ft 'JUil ilGttttt.uk ! 1 J : ' i Being crowded fc: time last week we were compelled to leave out part of our correspondence. The more inter- j eating parts are published this issue. . lIXTO, UTAH. Feb. 4, 1901. Dr. Middleton of Cedar City passed thiough here on his way home from Hebron, where he has been attending some severe cases of illness. There are several cases of illness here though none are serious. We are pleased because of the foot of snow on the ground. It is still snowing. Walter J Knell has made atrip to the west with baled hay. The Relief Society was reorganized on the 2nd of the month. Sophia Forsythe is now president with May Thornton and Emily D. Eldredge as councilors. Mr. Lyman, a Z. C. m.I. drummer, was here on fhe 3rd. Joseph E. Eldredge is prepared to make coffins on short order, and guarantees satisfaction. ENTERPRISE. missionaries wives and widows, a free supper and dance will be given Friday evening. A- number of our young people surp.ised Alpha Chidester Tuesday evening. Don Fuller of Leeds was in town Tuesday." John Covington and three sons of Orderville Kane Co was visiting relatives here this week, AndrewSorenson and his daughter Effie were here Sunday, Miller Iverson, willard Larson and Frank Stahli wiil leave for Milford Friday. The residents of My NORTH Leave 1:01 1:10 j3 1:20 1:35 1:58 2: 20 2:38 Modena Escalante J Beryl Sahara 4i Arrive Covena p. p. y. p. in. m. m. m. ra, p. m. p. ra. 2:50 p. m j 2:55 p. m. Bund Sulphur Well 3:10 p. m 3:25 p. m. Latimer ) Leave f si (i Nada Thermo A4 U Si 3:37 SOUTH bound: m m Thermo JX Nada XX m 8:00 a. m. 8:21 a. m, 8:45 a. 9:03 a. Milford Upton Leave p. 3:55 p. m 4:19 p. m. 4:40 p. m. Upton Milford Arrive 9:15 a. m. Latimer Sulphur Well 9:30 a. m. J 9:45 a. m. Lund "J 9:55 a.m. Xi XX ... ..1. 12:40 p. ra. Searl Arrive J C S. Tingey J. D. Dixon bound: Uvada OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Oh, bless yer, they got me t jine Arrive J one 0 these dont worry clubs, an I got Leave J OFFICERS. .STATE so I didnt keer wnen I lost m job. 44 Detroit Free Press. U Heber M. Wells .. .......... . .Governor 44 J. T. Hammond Secy, of State Covena 10:07 a. Sahara Beryl Escalante ......Auditor Arrive Modena .Treasarer Leave J a. 10:40 a. 1(R25 j m m m 11:10 a. ra. 11:28 a. 11:38 a. m. 11:44 a. m. 12:05 a. in. m Searl Uvada Arrive North bound trains leave daily exSouth bound trains cept Mondays. arrive daily eqcept Mondays.. - M.A. Breeden.., Atty Gen. A. C. Kelson ..Supt. Pub. School G, W. Barthh. Judge of Supreme Court R. R. Tanner .....Joint Senator H. Morris. Dayid Representative CITY OFFICERS. Thomas P. Cottam.. ...... .. ...Mayor. Councilmen. John T. Woodbury t ?- T. R. EuLERBECK.Gen'l Supt. - GRANDE WESTERN R. Y. Great Salt Lake Route Leaves Marys-val- e 7:45 A. M. arrive Salt Lake 6:00 P M Connection at Salt Lake City . Direct Line to SaltQLake. TIME TABLE, EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER-NORTH BOUND, George T. Cottam Charles E. Foster Connection at thistle Jet. Francis L. Daggett For all Points EaSt This line runsx through Pullman Palrce and Tourist ordinary Sleeping Cars from Salt Lake or Thistle to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St, Louis and Chicago; also to San Francisco, Portland and Butte; Perfect Dining C v Service. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Most Magnificent Scenery the horror.of that eyeningi You remember, do you not, the tragedy of the Tivoli, when so many Baltimoreans found a watery grave? Mrs Roberts and May had retired to rest, whtn they were startled by loud Terrible ac cry ( n the street below: cident at Tiyoli bridge gave way-hun- dreds de- A number of children of this place scended to the street, now throngtd with an anxious crowd of men, women, are suffering from bad colds, and children. It was no idle rumor. WAalilNOTON . Mothers wept bitter tears over daugh. who had bidden them farewell in Born, to the wife of George Millett ters the morning. Fathers groaned over on the 28th ult., a daughter. the loss of stalwart sons who were to Mrs. Ann Parker Died Friday the have helped them bear the burden of old age and infirmity. Pen cannot por25th ult. she was 82 years of age. two of tray the anguished desolation that lay Mr. Lyman and Wm. Sears waste to so many homes that summer Z. C. m. I. drummers was doing bus day sixteen years ago. iness with our merchants this week. The learned cynic may scoff at super-s- t Rhoner and tion and ridicule the idea of attachH John Crawford, J Chiding Any significance To dreams, but are on the sick list, but Susan will have more power to alt! r ester is improving, willie the 8 year nothing the convictions of the Roberts family old son of willard Larson has been that Mays life was sayed by her fath ers dream. Annie and Margaret Harvery ill the past week. Wednesday the 30 ult was the day ris lie in one grave in the quiet city Cincinnati Times. ' designated to haul wood for the of the dead, Leave Frisco ..Recorder George Brooks Miles M Assessor Francis L. Daggett.. .Justice of Peace' George George Brooks.. ............ ...Sexton ..Watermaster George Brooks Dr. F. Clift Quarantine Physician COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners James Andrus, Chairman Ed. R. Frei William Stirling. A. F. Miles Clerk and Reczrler. ... ..Treasm- - r Nephi M. Savage F. L. Daggett County Attorney, A. Y. Milne. ... Jv... .Sheriff' C. A. Workman Supt of Schools DISTRICT JUDGE. Thomas Marioneaux Joshua Greenwood. .Prosecuting Atty. -- STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS HAVE FOR Oasis.. -- . 7K)0 m. 1.60 a. m, ..... .8:35 p.p. m. Milford. Marshal Attorney J. S. Snow ..6:10 a. Juab. m ...6:40 a.m. Nephi....... ...... Provo 8:00 a. m, Arrive Salt Lake. ........ .9:35 a. m, .9:45 a. m. Leave Salt Lake.. .10:50 a. m Arrive Ogden SOUTH BOUND. : 5 3 Leave Ogden 2:30 p. m. Arrive Salt Lake. ........ .3:30 p. m. 6:05 p. m Leave Salt Lake.. M ."7:45 p. m. Provo. . . .' .9:10 p. m Nephi .10:05 p. m Juab. . .1:30 a. m. Oasis Milford...... .....6:35 Arrive Frisco 8:05 a. a. m m Trains south of Juab do not run on Sundays. Tourists sleepers on all trains between Milford and Salt .Lake. The direct line to all points. The only line to Pacific Northwest, Montana, and all eastern points. For particulars write, S. G. Dye, Agent, Milford, Utah, S. W. Eccles, D. G. T. M. 37 YEARS HELD THE FIRST POSITION FOR 1: drowned, Quickly they arose and hastily OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. Brigham Jarvis Richard A. Morris For all Points West ir la-grip- EFFECT OCT. 21, 1900. Leave a man, tell me how you came to In The World. Best local train service in Utah between Ogden, Salt Lake, San Pete and at school again. Sevier. Fast trains. For folders or Edmond Hall and Andy winsor apply to agent Marysvale or went to Hebron Saturday the 2 6, to GEO, W. HEINTZ, General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City. returning Sunday. Elijah Adair has moved his fami'y Continued from 7th page.J to Stateline, where he has gone to is changed to piteous cries for help, work during the winter. as hundreds sink into the water. Ohl James Canfield went to Stateline this morning to hnnt work. Emile Barlocker returned home last week from Stateline. He has been quite under the weather since his return. Mrs. Barlocker is quite ill with TAKING be a tramp this place are all rejoicing on account of the storms, which make the farmers prospects for next summer very blight. son of H. D. Jesse, the Holt, met with an accideut a few school-hous- e days ago. while ou the playground one of the older boys carelessly threw him on his elbow, injuring it quite badly. The little boy was compelled to remain home for a few days, but is now able to be Time Card No. 6, U RIO Jan. 28, 1901. The weather has been very stormy her lately and still continues so. UTAH & PACIFIC E. R. CO. 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