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. . sr-- f 0 sr-- sr :r-- sr. 5T-- I 1 U talk, B. J. Lund came in I C ..,. yr. t- . tt cr c- sr. er- - - yf sy vl 4 of the T0WJ4. 1 ! Vi from Modena i at i vi at at Vi at get Isaac Jennings came in from Grand Gulch mine this week. to to to Marriage liscenses were issued this week to John Thursday. Jr. and Mary Sam Ranee and Will Kepp are in M Hall, both of Enterprise, and to Jefferson Hunt, of Hebron and Rosette town. Stucki, of Santa Clara. Coe and Lew Harris of Leeds were H. B. Carpenter has taken the conin town this week. tract for surveying the boundary line Born a son to the wife of Bryant between Utah and Arizona. M. W. Ashby on the 21 inst. inAndrus has taken him east to vi at the formation concerning the feed, water, and roads. it Ren Bryson arrived here Thursday Christmas programs were held in the schools Friday afternoon. from the Grand Culch in company with a Mrs. Bowler of Gunlock died Satur- Wilford Golf. The latter met with serious accident while working in the day night, after a long illness. mine by falling down a shaft and lightWill Adams and family, of Eureka, ing on his back across a piece of timber. and Miss Nellie Adams arrived here News of a recent strike in the Grand Thursday. Gulch mine reached here this week. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Will- The report is that a body of copper ore iam Atkin died very suddenly Friday of high grade has been discovered morning. on the 200 foot level about forty feet Mr and Mrs Hector A. McQuarrie from the crosscut The chute is about entertained a party of their friends four and a half feet wide and is almost directly underneath the main ore body-ithe higher workings. The strike is being opened up and gives promise of developing into a very large body. Average samples from six places in the body give a value of 55 per cent copper, the highest assays going 77 per cent, while the lowest shows 39.9 per cent. Some of the samples also show yalues of as much as 70 ounces of silver. vi $ DRY GOODS, BOOTS GROCERIES, vi HATS SHOES &C. l i We handle nothing but Good Goods, and (ft Vl Guarantee Entire Satisfaction. (ft Prices Bed Kock. $ I Try the Girl arid s (ft Reliable nS Go-o- I p. M v' . n Friday evening. Mr. Hudson and Mr. McCorkle, both Scowrroft drummers, were visiting our merchants this week- - Eva, Josephine and Woodruff Cannon and Vilate Andrus returned from the Branch Normal Friday. Bert Pace returned Friday from Salt lake City, where he has been attending the L. D. S. College. James Andrus .0 tr UJZ & Sons have on hand Hotel Arrivals. HOUSE: A. J. Smoote, Hay-Pauncef- - 3 OIM HAND ft ft I NIEA and 2UP TO DATE Stock, of HATS EE W. Barkow, Lyman Canfield. M. E. S. A, Higbee, Oscar McMullin, S. L. Miss Rose Rencher left home Mon- Harris, W. and W. M. Gil crest. day for Panaca, where she has gone to Good Advice spend the holidays with friends. Bouchere, discussing the Henry left fer here Brooks Frank in Tuesday says: we not Grass Valley to take care of Mr. Although we are so Benchers place through the winter.' masters of the Suez canal, practically, owing to our tenure in Quite a number of people from the Egypt and our hold on the Red Sea. I surrounding settlements attended con- do not think the United States Senate ference here, returning home Monday. is wrong in inserting the Davis amendment. John M. Macfarlane and family arThe conditions are, therefore, first, rived here Thursday from Sulphurdale whether we ought to risk creating towards us on the part of the to spend Christmas with their relatives. United States, and second, whether we who have Mrs. John Mr. and Harris, should not be gainers by the construction of the canal even if it were in the in for the the Temple been working occupation of the United past year, have been released to return military States. home. Having answered the first question in the negative and the second in the afHrie Macfarlane, Jesse Bleak, Eph he concludes: McNeil, Oscar McMuIIin and others firmative, would be wise in acBritain Great came in from the Grand Gulch Thursamended the cepting treaty. day to spend the holidays at home. It is said that 3,000 republicans have R. G. McQuarrie & Sons has on entered Cape Colony and a similar numhand a fine stock of Christmas and ber have reached Phillipstown, Holiday goods. Prices low for the It is reported this afternoon that Gen. quality. Buy a nice present for your Knox has been forced to abandon the sweetheart or wife pursuit of Gen. Dewet owing to the situation created in Cape Colony by Alex, the son of Tom Sullivan, while the Boers crossing the Orange River. on his way to school Wednesday morn- The report adds that Dewet with about ing, was accidentally struck in the face 4,500 men is northeast of Lady brand, with a ball club, his lip being cut quite and that an attack on Winburg i momentarily expected. badly. Presents for everybody. -- We are Pleased to State to h: OUR Customers that We haves 5 3 CAPS, and DRESSGOODS B In fact a NEW STOCK 3 Carpenter. John Bartelle, B of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Paris, 3 and see to serve you. n is a Harris, 1 ADDIE E. PRICE.! for Britain. La ;Jnmim8mnnmmnTmtwiTmmwnmmnwmmn win k Truth, treaty are theoretically MORRIS a fine lot of holiday goods and presents. H. B. iiiiiiiiitauuuuuiiuuutmiiauuuaiuuuiuiuiuiiuuuuyA ZCZ pleasure Call us. FURNITURE and WALL PAPER, FEATHERS, CARPETS & RUGS UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES MACHINE & WAGON EXTRAS. pmCESREASQNABLE. E. B. 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