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4 THE Political Primaries, WORLD. The Republican primaries list night were evlitontoy captured by the Mi' Kiolcyili sand the Bryan Republicans Health. who were present nearly ell bolted there It 13 very ((range to note the ear.fsi-iit- se being about the same number of seen with which the pnblie show t heir fiction prevent. Ths following delegates and officers care of their health and well being. of the party were elected: Ooe hoa only to paaj along our public Officers. street to become cognizant of the exist-ane- e J. T. Gardner tempory Chairmen and ' of malaria or tne germs of other John Peters, secretary. jolin McNeill ohalrman and j. 11. Wootton contagious diseases, emanating from permanent secretary. filthy outhouse, pigpens and other Delegates, places; where filth accumulates during K H Boley Jefferson Esstmond John this season of the year. People eannot I Chipman A K Thornton James Crook' use too nincli cere regarding such ston Jesse Crookitnn John M Miller things. It is an old saying and a true S w Chipinan Tbos Chipman Jas one that "An ounce of prevention Is T Garnncr John McXslll Mrs J R worth a pouud of ears" If people J R Bindley Peter Adamson would gather np all decaying fruit and lllodley and wife Alvan Adams and wife Thou vegetables and aither feed them or bary B Parksi and wife L Parker K Robints.i ni they would prevent a great deal son V D Robinson Wni M Iiromley of the sir knew that Is prevalent at Helena Robinson Mrs John Peters Mr' present. We know that there are a great Alva Green Amoi Wasstaff Mrs Geo many people who pay no attention to Lee, these small things. Oar city fathers Alternates. should ee that ths ordinance are Ed McClarev and wife Washburn Wm Pulley and wife Richard enforced, in as muen as thfcy apply to Chipman Steele and wife N A Larson C H aacb thlrgs, for we know net at what Briggs B LCblpman and wife and moment ws may be visited by tbit 8tcphen D Chipman, After dreaded disease, diphtheria. inch diseases come among oh we ere Democratic Primaries at , American awfully esrefnl for a short time. The Fork, Thursday evening, kept. 17, 1896. fact Is we Lock the door when the A numbsr of leading democrats gath- -. horse is gone." Let ns all resolve to be end att be City Dali and at p. m mure careful in the near fatnre aa onr Precmet Chairman J. J. Mercer called schools are running and the children of the house, to order, and on motion ths the publle in general are associating to bouse proceeded to tbs nomination gether. So that if oaa Is exposed ail and election of delegates lo attend the will be exposed to a great extent. By Demusrstie convention of Utah county a little care we can prevent the repre-tllio- n Saturday, Sept. 19. The fullowidg of the awful winter of ninety-fiv- e. named 28 persons were elected as delegates; Jss Clark Andrew Adamson J. IL Woottnn. Mesdames Orphia Robinson Phebe Llneh H Laplsh Elizabeth Shelley Mary Boneham Mary A Evans George D RobAT THE TABERNACLE. inson Mrs Jane Robinson E J Wild Jane The first speaker was Elder Geo. D Chipman Don M Bigler and B Y Smith r.f Lcbl and.after speaking of the Greenwood: ths Misses Ida and Amangreat favor that Joseph received at da Chipman and MessresJ. J Mercer eouit after having Interpreted the A Dnnkley E Hunter Jos Laplsh Simdream of the King Nebuchadnezzar pson Missncr B Y Greenwood R E King and of Joseph kinfolk balng brought , os Shelley Sr Don M Bigler Jos Carter thither daring the famine at home l leo D Robinson W H Pool E J Wild and and treated with much respect, he pro Robt Walker, ceededto tell of a ease where Joe. On motion eight alternartca were Smith cast nut devils and brought about elected as follows: Messrs Tlmutby great reformation in a man. The speak McCarty Ammond Mercer Henry Lee cr was disappointed not to see more ir Geo Hoggard Joe Wild Jr Jos Arms-ron- g young people oat to the cervices as he Mesdames Jss Wild Jr and Jos had come from Lebl to invite them to Armstiong. (he T. IL M. I. A. conference at Lehl a On motion of Joe Laplsh Is man c moat excellent young a conference committee composed sf bright young fellow and will some day os Laplsh Jas H Clark and B Y Greenn. 'ds an able pnlplt orator. wood wu ' appointed to confer ' with Allbxd. Elder Jas. likecommlttecB from Lehl and Pleasant was the next speaker and he talked ilrove with a view of having delegations moetly about Improvement Association, work to gether at the convention aud said that It was something that all the n no way antagonising ens another. After a ringing democratic speech by young needed, that we might be the best people under tie" sun hut still Don. EIHuntcithe meeting adjourn ed. there was room for improvement. The association la worklag along the right lines to glTe this right where It Gene, is most needed. The yocng people Mrs. Emily IToggard passad away at should bs more united In this work In American Fork oa the home ler that much more may be accomplished. of Sept. 15th, at 5 o'clock, of was morning organized This grand institution and general debility, trouble various kidney the Brigham through Yonng by on Feb. was born 14th, 1825, at libs It stakes a number of years ago and and married to Eaglaod, of means educating Is one of the best IB the young In tne principles of the Gne-pe- l. James HoggarJ in 1844 at the age of in tc America If more of our yonng men years. They emigrated In to Fork American and cams 1853, association would attend Improvement 1854, whera they both resided at the meetings as they staonld there would be not nearly so many af our missionaries time nl their deaths. Mr. Hoggard hav-n- g passed lo ths Orest Beyond thirteen have to prepare themselves almost since. There Is a family of nine rears are after work they entirely for their Children living, all of whom are marcalled on missions. and are The mormon chnreh was organised ried. They all lire in this place, 11. Hlndlsy, Anna J. Mesdames 6 Emily with ouly on 1830 by Jos. Smith members but by the thorough teaching Pierce, Martha a. Chipman, Mary U. received by its members In Its most Adams and Elisabeth Lee, and Messrs. Geo. excellent institutions and societies it Heber Hoggard, Hyrum Hoggard, Alfred Hoggard. Besides and Hoggard Gos blessed of this Las eaused tbs light there are 56 grand children and 26 pel lo shins In many lands. children. Mrs. Hoggard ' Our people are the best physieally and great grand mormon church in 1853. the we Joined and world or In the any morally The fnneral services were Leld on may become the best Intellectually Uthir Speakers. the lGt-h- . instant, at the Wfcdnisduy There were also speeches made by and the bonce, speakers were meeting Chip-maElder Jaa.ll. Clark and Stephen Geo. Jas. Elder Gardner, Sprstlcy, Tbos. which we are compelled to .leave and hii out this week for whntof space and Barrett, Bleb up Robinson liioe. and counsellor, Guo. Cnmngliam, Bishop Robinson closed ths services Freat- - Wm. Paxman of Jfeplil, all of few remarks exhorting the people by a to tarn out to the political primal rjeg whom spoke in the highest terms of the deceased, rrayero were offered by and tut np good men for delegates. Elders John McNeill and Jat.ll. S. M, Wewl made a visit to old home at Kaysrllle Saturday. The Public i Another Veteran Cal-vert- u your doctor. prove oi The doctors ap- Scotts Emulsion, For whom? For men ana women who are weak, when they should be strong; for babies and children who. are thin, when they should be fat ; for all who get no nourishment from their food. Poor blood Is starved blood. Consumption and Scrofula never come without this staf "ation. And nothing is better for starved oil. blood than cod-liver Scotts Emulsion Is ith taste fhefisL-fa- t taken out. tr hu haed asOorMd dlra I pinfciilM tor Iwnty ytara. (.Aik ta bscaiua It to mlwaya doctor.) TUi jriar alatobla- - alwiyi aallon- a- alwiyl cantolnl Un pant! Nwweflaa UMIum OUI ud H)p- cent and ti.N sizes. Tba la dll Hz may ba inoagh to card J ar taugh help )Nr baby. SCOTT BOWNB. Cbtssbte. (tew YsrR SCOTT'S EMULSION tlx W it The Uniui Pacifls will soli mnud trip tickets to Provo, Sept 24, for aua fir. or the State DmocnUo Convem lion. From all accounts Chainbefrlain'e Congh Remedy Is a Godsend to the afflleted. There Is no advertlsment about this; we fesl Jut like saying it. The Democrat, Ciernlltm, Ky. For sale by Thos. 8teeleand Co. The grand Snndsy school picnic on Monday was an affair that will long bn remembered by yonng and old Ttye grove is one of the best fnr a picnic to be found In t lie 8tale, tbe day was serene aud a large crowd was on- hand. While menv etjoyed Hum selves eating picsle dinner end rusticating, others weie auinsed In many ways. There was base A foot ball, i sees of all kinds and games end amnse mints until everybody wu worn ont am thoroughly satisfied. The tug of war and ths Australian triple gilds were taking festuresTha young will look foreward witn loff&frig hearts for ths time when another such a day shall come to tneni.-- ' - LETTER FROM ROBINSON. Quite a number of Inquiries ha vo been made of me ennornlng the cost o: board, tuition eie. here at the Agrlcul' tural college. Will you kindly say through Tbe World, to tbe young people In that vicinity that rooms can be had in tbe boarding house, with bedstead, wash stand, otove, table, electric light and board for $2.00. 82,50. $2.75, $3.00 per week for each student, board is the same to all, tut' Boms rooms are more desirable. It remains for stndsnts to furnish bedding and fuel Coal Is given at. wholesale prices and Is delivered to the rooms esch dsy. . I have taxen apartments In ths biard lag house and will board there. Miss Maggie Shipley will act as idltorof turere Mr. W, F. Benjdmln, ih Spectator, lturhford, N. Y- -, says: it may be a' pleasure to yon to know tee high esteem In which Chamberlains ni.d.eiues are held by the people of ha your own State, where they must wnn beat known. An aunt of mine, resldesat Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few yean since, and hero. it leaving home wrote me, asking they were sclp I '.ere stating If they were not she won Id bring avuentlty with her as she did not like to he matron. mediclnee refer Cough Chamberlain's to are red os colds cures r fo Its famone Remedy, and etoup; Chamberlain's Tain Balm fnr rheumatism, laine back, palca In ths aids and chest, add Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D larrtoea Remedy fnr bowel complaldfc, These medicines hens been In constant nee In Iowa for almost a quarter of a century The people beys learn ted that they are articles of great worth and merit, and nsequalod by any a .be I-- Ih ey ere f .r sale Lett by Xhcaias Steele A without them, " '.The . Reward - It is railed Chsmberlalu.s 1iinBaim. It always dura ths work. 50 cent bottles for sals by Thomas Bterii A Co. CHICAGO, T. LOUISS and EASTI : DON'T STOP TOBACCO. Only BOW TO CUBE YOUBSELV WB1LS USING IT. 1 1 1 1 sire a corroppned. 1 t Check your baggage thro It doesn't mike any difference what your destina tion Is Omaha, Chicago Kuisiii City, St. Louie New East, Some ons has said recently that the frark of the ATCHISON, TOl'EKA & SANTA FK railroad was in such perfect condition that tbe long distance ran of the Fryer" on the New York Central canid bs equaled if not exceed ed, by its magnificent, Burlington. And yon can shack vour home baggage from In Utah to your dlsti nation r in the East. Tlekets via the Barling-toare on sate at all R. G. W. ticket off Ices, W.F. MbMilla, Genl Agg'tSMtLska 11 Walker Block. MARTIN .H AMBROSE,, A.'nKzu Ain ui waki iuznr Hair Cnttimv 18 tAiTE;$T , smit remedied, nmonf other No To Bar. The Indlnn Tobocco Antidote, Double Chloride of Gold ete. but none of them did me the leut bit of food. Finally, however, I purihaceJ bos of your Haro Curo and It hia entirely cured me of the habit iu and Ita forma and I have inereaaed pounda in weight ud am relieved from thirty nil my ntimeroUN achiw pnlna iof body ud mind I could write quire of paper on my, Youra reapeef-fullyehuvedfeelingauedeonditlon P. IL Marbury, faa'ur C. P. Chu rob i JR. Smith - Feed and Sale jS ta- bles. Runs hacks to all trains. Fork Wagon Works FOR GOOD PRIN1NG CALL AT hUURh THE WORLD OFFICE TIKE ud BASH. ANDREW ADAMSON i Sold by ill druggists at 81:00 per bpx: County . three boxes (thirty daysr treatment) 82.CO, with writteji goaesntre or sent &t U. S. sect on reo.ipt of price. Deputy Write for booklet end proofs. Eureka Chemlcai andMfg.Cn. La Crosse Wla. and Boston Surveyor. Mass. Surveyor Mineral and NOTARY PUBLIC. Like Other Women The American Fork, I hart suffered (or 15 years with a ewipUralloa at trosblri, with conUnuous. almost unboar bit pain In my bark. Tin Crip also pratra. Through Half cssh paid fur oats and' wheat st . Jackson's. Oar Sana- s Takeyour wheat and oats to and where yon will get half cash JL Line half merchandise. PICT 01 led m. But llood'i Tii Denver and retnrn 820.00 via t he arssparilta hss cured Local Time Card In effeet Aug. 18,1895 Union Paefie Oct. 6 to 8th. for tne a ol alt my troubles, festival of Mountain and home. and I rlanot speuk Going south Going North W the place and now is the Mbly of It Mas. E. E. Smith, Po Etna, rat Rend down Rend up Dunkley's hs:uaicbe bullsestlom lou pm Balt Uks City e.itam MOpm accepted time to get a good pair or Mood 'a Pills ouk Hoods parilla rures .... Utah. Physicia u and Surspon, 2 to 5 P. M. American Fork - STEPHEN WOODS: , I No. 2, 8:47 a. m. No. G, 211 ip. m. Alvah Lewis U. D. Office hours, 20th IX AVFICT APRIL EAST- - Utah. No. 8, SrfiG p. iiu. D. C. Dodge. G ex mVb U.G. Mkkxiii,, Lci'ai, Ai.t.NT. I I 1898. WEST: 11 8 a. m, No. 5, 4:19 p. m. No. 7, 94)2 a. m. No. 1. S. II 4Uabcotk, Tn 4 me mu'r F. A. Wauleigh, Gen tabs agt. Janies HevcoUs S:43aa T:0eptn Lehl June! B:Spm Pruotiual lIofLe-sho8:Hum 7:10pm Amerleu Fork I: Stem I:l3pm r ont Hen lesTlng l:S6um When thehilr has artiBt Ths Union Pacifliv.wlll sell1 round AND T:lTpm Plruuut Grove 8 9am 1:16pm If the scalp Is not ehlcsy :S0nm bail Sr Lake head 8:00tm Salt to 24lb Prove tut tickets the 4:Kpm pt. trip vtyla, htUhdbi paiitkii, fir wy Bgi44itniU one faro for the ronnd trip, for the there Is a chanes ol regaining the hair E. L. 1i.VAX. mraXimaOSk Plan, and Tlrket Agent S- D4GKIXON, Gel. Mgr , Omsk, Melniks sllreT Republican State Csnrentlon, by using Hill' Hair Benewer. AMERICAN FORK.' UTAH AMERICAN FORK. shea cheap. er TonsorJal . - , Autriui rirLtuh American DENTIST ns (pis r York, Philadelphia, Boston you eaii reach it via th? Henry Lee ; BACO-CUR- Mr ' and Etna, Cal Jack-son- or ii totter writing and correal Ad tpted to those especially 9)ilenc, who are duvii heartsil. Innosume sud tonel. Ia it y )U will find pleasure and happiness. Through It, ou may find rorth-c- o peace at heart. S n6 1 su'i trial month o' LETTXRS PUBLISBING Ca. Ilj I' iqpnli i, nd.( U. S A. And rssd a t matit i .v , oc i thnt n ttr Active yoi'ig re wealthy and live .g ir.-- . alio dr. Devoted 3alt taka In r.hs evening and after breskfastlng in ths sumptuonudiuing Iirrligta Jt. cars nf the SANTA FK ROUTE, on the third morning, yon arrive in Chleago or tit. Louis in s Bison to attend to bunlneiHor eonnwt with Livery all fast trains for the u FAMILY at Steel's Ogden LETTERS a Bright and attractive JOURNAL. A Two Days Cluytou Ark. Local and Personal. leave Yon The tobacco habit grows on a man un til his nervous system Is gemasly affected, impairing his health, comfort and happiness- To quit suddenly Is too sevsie a shock to the system, m tobacco to an Inverterate nser. becomes a stimulant Lost Via that his system eontinaally craves. Baco Coro-- Is a srieuilfie eure fur ths tobdceo habit, in all its forms carefully Santa Fe compounded after the formula cf an m inent Berlin physician who hu nsad ltin his practice sines 1872. without a failure. It Is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmless. Yon ran ora alt the To tobsceoyon want while taking Been-Gnr- o. It will notify yoa when to stop We give a written guarantee to core permanently any ease with three boxes, or Chicago refund the money with ten per eent interest. substitute but i scientific core, that cures with out the aid of will nower and with no Ineonren tones. It leaves the system St- - Louis pure and free from nicotine as the day yon took your first chew smoke. "Biieo-Cunlsno- mother. Ammunition s. Route We take this means to give our sincere thanks to all our friends who were eo kind in rendering us ssslstance dnr Ing the Illness and death of our aged or IBB nOOGABD u Board can be bed down in town but, per raldumly for leu than $3.00 week. It Is qnite a walk from town up t J selicol but many do It. American Fo rk IIabrixgtox 3r Tuition is $5.00 on an entrance tee trains. far ills year. GKO. K. GILM.vN Rail-roa- d General AgontPare irgrr fare trom American Fork BENJ. BATES, Department. to Logan la $5.15 (regular). Trains do We.a Sraoni 8uth not make proper onneettonsta tiring titres. Sait Laks U.Ly. one through iu one day. Evening train to Salt Lake and 8i. m. train from there next morning. These prices bring CUBZD BT AND GAIXED THIRTI DR. A. unitISTKN3EN. it within reach of every yonng person POUNDS. to attend school. from hundreds of tmnlnonUli, the oriel null of whlrh are on file end open to iupertion the Buggies and Wag ons of all kinds Very respectfully yours, fullowliiK le preHenled: E. W. Robixoox, repaired tn first clan order at Clarion, Kcvudn Conntr. Ark: Jon. IS. Eurekn iTtenical nnd Mfg. Co. . LiCrmue, priees to salt the times. , American Kurk, Wia. Gentlemen: 'or forty yeare I uaed Utah, in nil lu form. For twenty-tir- e yeerz Habrikutox Sr, AMERICAN FORK. of tlml tlmo I woe n (rent auferer from ytsrral debility ud benrt dlNenee. For fifteen yrnm 1 tried to quit, but couldn't. I took vnrinne CARD OF THANKS. MEWBXkS trip. There was a wagon load of watcT Thoe Barrett, Amos Wdgdtaff. Iks melons left from the sale at the Sam Preston, Wm. Preston. Alvin Adams day school refeshment stand Monday and John Parker Mturned this morning from where they have been Tbcy are on band at the Coop for future wit ii Chtcsgo 18 or 20 cars nf ilirtp. Get ons or a dozen and help ont sale. Too Union Pacific will fill round the Sunday school. ,1 Contrip tickets to the 66 Seml-annWm. Grant, proprietor of Grant's ference at Salt Lake October 3rd to G'.h Emporium Bazar, hu iast been ricelv-n- inclusive llui'ted to jtobr 12. at i large lint or nsw goola of all $L35. indisud with his usual enterprising spirit he Is pa hlmr sales for Ths CV.eijj, Xilwxukss k 2L Paul Sy, all ha is worth. We believe onr reader Many people unacquainted with the could not do bolter than call ard examine Ills goods and learn bis prices. geography of the west Imagine that beeaus "flileago, Milwaukee and S' Don't ueglwt lo see Mm Puularc Lames used in the coi potato title of the rail wav owning the Stort Lins between CLlcago and Omaha, Hello Boys! of MilYon want to catch on to one of the tnoy must go via ths cities Latest Style Ilata Jnst arrived at Duuk-Icy'- waukee and St- - Paul to reach tel.ii destination If it be Chicago or east thereof. Tills is a mistaken l.loa. On a map the. line ruanlng directly east and wet would Iook like thi. The Rio Grande Western Railway Omalii Chicago. Company will pay a reward of SIS for There Is nothing more simple than lbs conviction of any person throwing that, and il is less than GOO miles besionee or ether mlsslra at lLa trains. tween Omaha aud Chicago. Two A. K. Wklbt. through trains daily In esch direction General Superintendent with tim best Sleeping Car and Dlu-ln- g Salt Lake City, Aug. 8tb, 1896. . Car Service, and all regular travel. ers know and appreciate the merits of 8ENTITT0THIS MOTHER IN GER the Chicago, Milwaukee & tit. Paul MANY. Railway's Short Line between tbe East Mr. JaeobEsbansen, who Is in tbe a, id the West. For maps, time tables and Inforemploy or the Chleigo Lumber Co. . at Du Moines, Iowa, rays: I have Just mation generally, call on or address Alex rant soma medicine beck to my mother Mitchell, Commercial Agen , halt Lake in tbe old cmnnary, that I know from Utah. personal use to bs the qest inidiclne lathe world fur eheumstbim, iavlng used it In my family for texeral years. $3-2- Clark, The choir sang: "Sister Tiion Wert The Union Pacific will sell roind Oh! My Father, Mild and trip tlekees to Ogden, Sept. 26th at Thou ThatLovely; Dwcllest," and "Wc are Goone fare for the Round trip for the leg Down tlis Valley.'1 Republican convention. In a recent letter to the nmtjnfic Reservoir Committee Meeting, 10 A. M. Tuesday. This weeks Mrs. Dick Prei't Wm. Psxnian from Xcphl has Adams, a boy; Mrs. arrivals John Crooks, a boy; been visiting his enter and daughter In Mrs, Joho Lee, a boy. American Furk this week. Republicans at Alpine made a failure of tbeir primaries Tuesday evening. Mrs. Millar has our thanks for a supThey will try tt again tonight ply of elegant grapm brought in one Mias Mty Durrant W again to the front day this week. with an elegant stock of new fall mill' rate or one single fere for the Inevy. lit the latest novelties In bats round trip Viatho Rio Grands Western Call and see them. to the following political convention!: Mlu May Durrani for fashionable Democratic eta a Convention at fall millinery. Provo Sept 24. Tlrkcts w ild Sept!rd Ctiai. Jams returned from Salt Lake id 24tb, limited to 8ept. 26tu. Friday where he hu been on tbe market ; Independent Convention Republican with two care of rattle. at Salt Lake Cliy Sept. 24(h. Tickets Mr. Rolltn of .the Murray Meat Cm old on Sept. 24th only, limited to was hustling np stock In town Hr! 26th. Sept. day. Regular Republican .Convention, Mr. Mrs. John Davis of Spanish Fork Is tickets sold on PlAOKHiit, Sept, 24th ber parents Mr. and Mrs Hyrum Sopl. 24th. A special train leaves Salt visiting Lak at 8 43.A.M., going through to Adamson. Mt. Pleasant and returning after elora Graud eoucsrt home talent; Sept. of convention. 28. Republican Congressional Convention at Ogdsn Sept. 26th, tlekets sold The Union Paeifle will at 11 round Spt-25lh- . and 26th. limited to Sept. trip tickets to Provo for the Republican 28th. V eon vcnllon atone fare for the ronnd U. G'Maariu, Agent Blacksmith. - - UTAH. .