|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
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|Paper||Utah County Democrat|
NEIGHBORHOOD, D. D. Houiz was lU kohl ou IcruI hnslness Thuisdny. M. ty. Wnrtior wont to Maronl on JCrfitl uuslness Thiirsdny. Curl A AndorhoiK H rcnortcd sprl-ously sprl-ously III with diphtheria. UebcrO. Jcx of Spinlsh Fork was, oyer on business Thursday. Deputy Shorlff Henry wont to Thistle This-tle Thursday on civil business, To Tlntlo nml return only onp ilollur Suuduy, Murph 12th, Yin U. G. W.t L.llolhrn'ilc wits In -Salt Lake rorcral , days litis ivouH on niuln,g business. ' UriOll Uollorfllllls, opp. depot. Indications promlsa n hir crowd from Provo to thti Tin tin excursion to in or-row. or-row. Highest cash prleo pnnl for dressed poik atd rcul nt tbu Provo Moat Po.c-i-at It. A. IJarnpy went to Salt Lake Thursday to look uficr tliu fish nnd o pane bill. Old hens mid Bruin taken for book-hlnding book-hlnding by P. E. Cruuoh, opposite post-pillee, post-pillee, Provo'. ' C E. Loose wont up to Salt Lnko Thm-sdny to soo the close of the Scout Sco-ut trial COOtCSt. r v 8. D. Chase, deputy Internal rcvontto (' pbllector, wu in Provo looking up do- linquentu Tip,radny. f Full lino of palmit tnodlclnrs. couh rented lut, otu., nlwiiys on htuid at tbo JJlkltorn l'liarnmcy.U Fred Sanniels, was pvor from Muni, moth la't Wednoidny and Tliursilny ylflltlnn Provo friends. Henry Kohl, a well known Tlntlo rttliiliiR inun, was In I'rovo on business WttlnoBtluy ovonlng and Tliuistlay. JfeK food, will nmko your buns lay, pomotbltiB eviiry bb produeor wants, Qv t ;)t lite Klkhutti l'liariiuioy Hi Gov. Wollj has appointed II. 13, Cm'py of yth county as n tncmhur of " th SHto, llorliculmru Jlqard for tba jgtfootul pistrlpt. ' Two rpprewntatlyes f M'o Scnrs i 1 , (J1hh and l'alnt company of Salt Lnko I ilniitR litisluesti with "local mur p plmnU-Thuwdiiy. ' , Mrs. Jos. P. Smith was In Provo 1 ''j'lulrfclay Unci .vesturtlhy vlslilnj.' Imt duuxlilt f, MIs Alice, .who U uttondlnt' . 0 .lie II. Y4 Mca.l.'iny, Tim two-year old on of Prof. Mark PtWmian IUd ThurMluy of scarlet " jpvtiv, Tjto fpneral wus, lield ypstofdny i' from the restdonpe. - ! - ,".(J - I. I I I ill ,n . Ii.id nntliliiB to Bivc uway to our news RU'herur, Uev. W, Murphy of rayaoti wan In the city tndiiv. E E. Cotfinin wctu to Lull I ot) legal huslnecs yesterday, J. W. 'N. Vbtecotton was a Htlt Lnko vlttiuir V't-Heidiiy. Mayor .Ittnei mado n btislnesJ trip to Rail Lnko this morning, Conto wild si'o our new lino of Inrpa i)nd oiubroIdetles,--U. A. llamtiy. Our llni- of ri'iuly nntdo wnln.ls mid wriippew Is complete- It. A. JJnrncy. County Clerk Ilnymcnnip visited Em oka on business Wednesday even- County Attorney Evans went to Biiitaqtiin Thursday on criminal bttsl-nrss. bttsl-nrss. apodal Falo on tnhlo lltmn com-nicnces com-nicnces Mondjy, Murph J3th. It. A. Hirney. County Attorney Jacob Evans was In American Pork yesturday on legal busltioi'. Lccturo at the Iiaptlst church Sunday ovmdnirnt 7:li0. Suhjuet, ''IVhattlio Oii.iul Is, and how torecluvu lu" Tito Insanu nsyluiu n-celvetl a now patiitut Tliuiliy In the pfrson ot Sarah Stewart of Mill Creek, Salt Lake con nty. Geo. E. Uowp of Provo Is a world beater on hloyt lo bargains. Ho tins a full" lino of ladles', gents' and boys' wheels. Ilomoiuber that tho Itlo Grande Wt-storn excursion to Tlntlo will bo run tomorrow regardless of the state of tho weather. For bargains In groceries, hardware, crockery warn, gla-svvnro and snorting eoiidrf co to Geo. E Howe, 23 Cuutcr si rout, Prno. , Hilly Illild, tho popular traveling pisiuiger ngent of the Itlo Grande Western ra'lwny, wns in I'rovo yesterday yester-day looking after company business. You can liuy nil kinds of field and Kartlcn seeds of Geo. E, Howe, Provo. Spccljtt prices made on orchard grass and Kentucky Dluo grass. Seeds lu quantities, Jooph Hugo died at Helper yesterday yester-day of pnctuimnhv Ho was well known In Pravo and was n member of Garden City LtKlgo No. 10 It. of P. Ho will be burled lu Salt Luke. Mrs. Taylor of Vineyard mcnlvud, word Wodnesday that hor daunhter Is seriously III In California, Mrs. Taylor loft on tho erenlng train to bu ut her daughter's hudsldo. J. P. Dunn," tbo popular representative representa-tive of Siratv&E lsworth of Milwaukee, manufacturers of fur co its, hats, cap and gloves, loft Thurxdny on ut:o of his regular business trips. Len Hnrwnod of Sprlngvllle, who holds n con train for grading on tho proposed Itlo Grande Ycitoru cunyon lint), advises tu that ho expects to commence work tho llrst of next week, Next Wednesday evening, Mnrch 1C, Hon. Moses Thatcher will deliver the flfih lecture, of tho Provo lecturo couise. Subject, Mexican Antiquities. Lecture to bu given in tho M, E.chureh, Thursday wur tho day for Urn regular regu-lar scslon of the Slate board of Insane asylum commUslnner't, but owing to tho Inability of the governor to attend tho .uuutlufj was postponed fur onu week, Excursion to Eurekn, Mammoth and Silver City via H, G. W. Suntlay.March ISth. Pure for round trip only $l. Special triiln leave Provo 0:25 a.m. Itoturp special loaves Silver City 4:30 p.m. Several yalunblo copyrights nro owned by tho Skelton company of this city. Tho Statu of Kansas" roeonily wrot'i to them couoerulng tho adoption of oiiq ot thorn Iq thplr 'i110 InUtu-lloilH. A. J. Yance, solicitor for tho Rocky Mountain Iloll Tolophono company, has boon In Provo several days this wook looking up. new subscribers and giving n schedule of rates "for certain purposes. Sheriff Storrs and II, T, Reynolds of Sprlngvllle aro oontemplatttiK putting In a bd for tho gradlug of tho Rio Grandp Western Provo canyon road. They wpnt tip tho cuuyotj Thursday to look over the f3ld. The (list meeting of the creditors In the rrpuierotUio H.J.Martonsdu bankruptcy bank-ruptcy case wax lipid before Kofor.eo m Uankuiptcy Whttepotion Thursday, Tlo referee appointed Hober 0. Jex of Spanish Fork as trustee for creditors. Attoptlon Is called to tho nowudy, of tho olt reliable, Provo Hurdtl'qro and Iron conjpapy which appears In this Issue. Tho World wheel is a wpll known eundnrd niako and wheelmen or thoso deyirjng to heoi such should oall and sen It. Soma, time since we reported th amputation am-putation of ha left leg of tba little son Pf Uaao BulluCK rr-udwr(I RMary by n fajl on the W f1 W I91-" tlmt-JJiB hy ha not ieVBtl ipim I ha Haidaot, hut l atitt u a preotrioas n " .l,', L.1 . . . - ' 1 I iji1 i ....iu- t-y.ijM.wny " log la de-piiHi flmular In tliu,nufl mn pulnted and Hint In pmy have Mi lose btith. lie Is. however, lupurted us n Utile better tt.day. Tin mothers' class nnt Wednrsd-iy I'Venlng at the liniuo ot Mrs. T. N. Taylor with n good attendance, thcio being about forty proicni, Dr.-S. II. Allen and Mrs. Ida bnsenberry delivered deliv-ered Into resting mid Instructive lec lures. Sntiilny, Mnrch 12th, the R. G. W. niis the 'Jrst excursion of the yctr to I he I'lntio district Spcelaf train will leave Provo at. 0:25 h.iii. Iteturn sp"-clal sp"-clal will leave Sllv- rCltv at'l:.1 p.m.. Mammoth 4:15 p.m. and Eureka C p.m. Fare for the round irlp$t, Mrs. J. M. linker, of Provo Bench, who whs arrested by Sheriff Storrs on chargo of complicity In tho miirdrrnf Mrs, Ktiinm Clirltonsou lu Salt Lake, was released on her nwrr recognizance Thursday on motion of I ho county uilonioy of Salt Lako couuty. Work has ronimenced on tho new store bill ding lo bo erected by .Fessn Knight on J street, not t h of thti lJnvo store. Tho building will bo one sttuy high with, a floor spaou if 62x22 feel. It will niako a great Impiovouiuiit in tho appearance of tho street. Subject nt tho Mot hod 1st church Sunday at 11 n.tn , 'Religion mid what is Hy" Tito evening services will begin a half hour later than usual from this i Imo. Epwor.h Leaguu at 7 p. in. Preaching servlco nt 8 p. in. Evening fiibject, 'Saturday or Sunday which?" All are Invited, Llthognphed stock cortlllcates for mining companies, water companies, and all corporations, edited ami especially espe-cially arranged lo conform to tho recent re-cent uage under the Utah Statutes. Wo furnish all records, art biles of Incorporation, In-corporation, and necessary ofllco up-pllep.--Thu Skelton Co., Provo. Christian Science services will bo held tomorrow (Sunday) iiion lug mid evening in tho rooms or Uiah Sorosls. in Heed Smoot block on J street, to which a cordial Invitation Is extended to all. Morning services at, 11 o'cloek; evening services at 7:.10 o'clock. Subject Sub-ject for both morning and evening: "Mattor." Governor Wells signed tho fish nnd game bill yesterdav and lite samo took effect at once. Under lids law ducks can he killed during tho monlh of March. Several parties loft Provo mi. mediately after receipt of word that, tho measuro was signed lu ordtr to gel tho first crack nt the gaiuo which Is' said to bo vory plontyful, P, Dolt nnd family and E. S. Lamb and family, comprising a parly of. thirteen, arnvod hem Thursday morn. Ing front Colby Kansas, anil will make their homo in Piovo. Mr. Roll has leased tho store room next door west of Flelner's resttiurant ami will engage In tho inanufaciure of clears. Mr, Lamb is n veterinary surgeon nnd expects ex-pects to ottgage lu the practice of his prolcsslon. Wcnrp pleased to wolcome I hem to Provo. Spnrks will light a fire if given half n show. Ed. H. Sparks, tho candy ninn, is no exception to the rule, but tho otto he lit in the pallor ot tho Hakes Houso Monday evening ought to servo as a temporary otirnufhis Incendiary pro-ollvldo. pro-ollvldo. "While occupying n lieatttl-fully lieatttl-fully upholstered chair and dreaming of long orders and short trips, nt the samo time trylnir to smoke a Pangultch cigar, ho was rudely awakened by a fellow occupaht of tho room to tlnd that, his chair was on tire and his own clothing beginning to smnko. We understand un-derstand that he left n few bottles to ehnmpagno to buy Immunity from exposure ex-posure with, but wo respectfully suggest sug-gest that hn loft It lu tho wrong pluce. Heaver Ulado.