|Utah Valley Gazette
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|Utah Valley Gazette
THE DTAH VALLEY IMPORTANT. GAZETTE, A Mat ter In Which Every IkPRiilrnC lx Interested. of Utah At special session of the Probate held last Court of Utah For a Big Celebration of the Tuesday to considerCounty the question of the reclamation of arid lands, a Coming Fourth. committe consisting of Probate Judge Jones and Selectman Lund was appointed to collect tlie. necessary information requested intlie govern er s A GRAXI) PROGRAMME. letter June 12, 1889. The following Is the letter addressed to our Probate Court by Governor Thomas. from Dear Sms; I have received a letter Nome Idea LUt of Commltteea and connected with the Iho u irrigation Committee of What tke Citplful of I'twh United Staten fieolojjriual Survey, ntatinir that Do on irrigation appointed hv mi the Fourth. a Hitcclal committee foil iity Will visit Utah tin Senate of the I'niii-- Staten, willmid iltHMit I.Mli or Antrim! per round trip, good going on the MODE! morning, train, and returning the s me evening, many of our citizens t :.ll undoubtedly take advantage of this to a day in Salt Lake. Will Glorify tlie Coming The spend of Nobodys performance on Claim Fourth of July. Monday evening was a very good one, bat some thought It was chopped off rather suddenly. Several members of our rifle team VOCIFEROUS PATRIOTISM. went np to Lake ;Park on the excursion Wednesday. Tlie Order ol the Day Mindr Top James B. Whitehead has anew girl Ice Item of Interest Singular baby down at his house. All doing Opinion Known for Yeare well. $2.60 SKILI. j imkinjr the next, that Jnrnnniition lie iroeurcd for the mo of with a view lo lit lire lifrlslnilnn to committee l Ini to the ni'lninutlini of arid hind liy mid illstriliullnn ol the Ktinnit'C, the water supply. I therefore renuerl you to furnish so fur nsreHetfiilly iiiu.v lie imssfiile, iiiturmatioii eoveriiiK' the following points: The liH'iitlon.iif all streams, rivers and irunuls. These can lest lie shown on maps, sketches or truchors, prepared on u scale of two inches to the mile. 2 Lists of chum anil ditches frlvlittf as nearly as possible; complete m iNmiiiu oi cuiiiu or ditch, li Names of owners or officers and their P. f) uf li n mifeia c Hate when huilt or tlrst In use. I Streams from which the water is diverted. Niinilier of acres irrigated, and of cultivated lund. r Xinnlier of acres of iniod hind so loeuted or flint they con'd lie irrljruted liy nil Increase in the ennuis or ditches now the constructed. ir Numlier of acres t hut could be Irrigated bv now ditches or canals, and new reservoirs. Ii The nvaiiahlo sites for reservoirs in the valley or mountains, and the probnblo size of such reservoirs. In addition to the above, you are requested to reply lo the following' iiuestions: 1. Miiit Is tlie nrcruiro depth of snow in T your mountains during tlie winterseason When does tlie irrigation begin ami eml in each valley. V. What is the elevutlou of eueb valley above tbu sea 4. How much water in miners Inches or In cubic feet )Mr second llown tli rough eaeli sln-iiin your county at the point where It can he used lor irrigation during tlie irrigating season ? i. How much water could lie stored In suitable reservoirs duringthe rest of Iho year vala. How much water Is rciiuln.il In each ley or locality to Irrigate an aero or sandy soil for eueli crop ismiill grain, grass, root crops, corn, orchards, etc. etc.) 7. How much wuter is required to lrrigute mi acre of clayey or alkuliito soil ill each yulley nr locality for each crop u mentioned above f 5. How often ami how longut each time, is the laud irrigated 1 . How many lien's of crops have been lost this year for luck or water ? if (lie uliovc information could he supplemented by u brief abstract from the county retHinls of the water rights that have ticeii recorded It would lie of special interest to the eoiiimliiee. and would give them reliable data Ion of the showing the extent of the uppmprlafshow: water sup ily. Tlie abst ract n Tlie dine of record or appropriation, li Name of the elaiiiiaiu. or c Tin- amount of water gniiuee. claimed, appronr adjudicated. priated I Nature of claim, tuid whether a flrst, second or third right. At the last session of longrss. action was takeir liy Coucn-sitsiking for a thorough, in- vcidigatiou oi tlie opportunities for lniildiug and storing water for ngrieul tilin' reservoirs , ami in pursuance id this purpose1 purMtsi-sdie Committee will visit Utah at the time stated. Toe WHtcr juestion is of vital interest to Utah, ami urge you to furnish a complete information as ss.itde, and mail it to me lie-fun Aug. 1. 1nh. Very Tvessci fully. Ahtih'k Ij. Tiiowas. i Craijdais, & jogkfyce SPRINGVILLE, - UTAH. Wholesale! Wholesale! Fruits, Produce and Eggs. EETCarload Lots Specialty. What makes one of tlie Utah county Or- A New In Provo general preparations have Institution Banklor Duly cities more lively and active than ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS for all of Utah County been made for a grand celebration of gaalnd. ? What gives an air of life another Last Wednesday and Thursday South of Springville for the Renowned Champion Mowers, and the coming Fourth of July. An inand prosperity to a place V What one were important days in Nephi. On the unrivalled Whitley Solid Steel Mowers and Binders. teresting and elaborate programme micai. iii:viTii;s. vitalizes the commercial atmosthing was organized a new bank lias been prepared. lion. S. It. ThurWednesday phere of a community more than all In that (lllVCH. I'ii:.li Iaiil fur and repairs for same. The Celebrated Stude- man will lie tlie orator for tlie occacity. The Territorial Board of Waller Cox. else beside V was there in session and Morrison & baker Wagons and Buggies. and music, songs, amusements The energy and enterprise of its Equalization Clue Toilet Soup at Townaliiriiri'a Store. sion, of of a aud other attractions will make tlie great meeting l,ilIKUII. representatives Weir Hand and Sulkey Flows, and citizens. was held there on the memorwell as as here Party Peoples reday delightful adY. II. GravJtUo. have just There is where tlie strength and South Bend Hand Flows. Thursday to nominate candidates for ceived a Ini ol' the most convenient able. of Springville lies. vantage from should Juab seats next Ditscn-berrin iariucr the DO WELL TO INSPECT OUR STOCK, AS WE FARMERS WILL President of tlie day, W. II. legislature Kinciy grinders. livery Peril aps tlie trains thundering from have one. LOWER THAN THE LOWEST, WITH TERMS GUARANTEE PRICES county. .Spanish Fork Cafion through the very S. of It. the Orator Thurman. Trust day, and Bank The TO SUIT. Nephi Savings The case against James IloIIey, of Marshal of the (lay. A. O. Smoot, heart of Springville at almost all is the name of the new in- o Remember We Will Take Produce In Exchange. Company misappropriating Jr. Siiriiiuville. for or lias had hours of the day night a stitution which starts out nnder the water, has been dissinisscd without Committee on arrangements: V. II. an awakening effect. Perhaps the favorable circumstances. The S. hearing. S. S. chairman; capital Duseiiherry, Jones, ROYLAjVGE X advantage of having railway compe- stock is $60,000, divided into 600jshares M. Hwmii, IleiitWt, will Sw In It. Thurman, M. M. Kellogg, W. It. Hr. Kilts will Stone. A. O. Smoot, Jr., Geo. Suthertition and a depot within its very of $100 each. Twenty-fiv- e ille (in Monday, iluly ivmiiiIiik per cent of week. wAll I Inmr eull kt.i) to be considered. Dut the on him at land, H. lSuchniun, Jr.. U. M. Jeffrey. III gates ought has stock leiitiiry on S. already been paid S. Jones, Committee finance: capital Whiles ,.l. I llarlicr sdiop on .Mam street whatever results are due to these near the bridge. All w ork Warrunteil. and the entire balance will be chairman; lteed Smoot', 11. Ilachmuft, up Thomas llceslev, Andrew Eggertson, tilings, individual enterprise, pluck paid in without delay. Y. W. II. C. and Ilatlieubruck. i Jlrowii, progress are also there wide awake ol' a dollar's With eveiy purchase The names of the principal stock- Committee on music: 13. Rachman, and at work. worth of goods ul the lTovo chairman: James E. Daniels, It. Instil nlion the customer is given Jr., Look at our advertising columns DRALER8 IN II. Doilii, John It. Twelves, James II. si handsome bracket free. Wallis. H. E. Giles. . Mrs. G. M. Jefand behold a true insignia of the relaTin lTovo tit Survenr lias been frey, MissOlillia tive importance of Springville. It is Decorating committee: M. M. Kel directed to proceed to tinish grading indeed a rare thing that you hear a side- logg. chairman; Mrs. Geo. Sutherland, icparatory 10 lajing uspliallum man of that progressive city business walks. The asphaltum is now lead) Mrs. S. K. Thurman, G. M. Jeffrey. Always keep on hand a Well Selected line of T. T. Miss Davis. remark J. Maiben, that every body in the counHenry lor use. , llt-eHannah Hillings. Miss Edith Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, try knows him well enough, and it .vis unusual hrsivy gust ol' wind blew Mrs. W. II. Dusenberry, Mrs. Dr. W. no advertise. for lum Groceries and Family Supplies. to tain't good the dust about the streets of 1rovo in It. Pike. MissLulti Nielsen, l)r. Ilaiin-herSatur-ilover well know hist manner D. P. Thucsen, Charles Twelves, there, enough siu aim is l blinding They A uioiv eilicieiii sprinkler ser- - Lizzie McCord. Annie Noon, Fanny that a'maii may have been in business Wagons, Racine Wagons, B. B. Carts, Gilpin ie is much uceiled. Sutherland. Annie Sutton. Josephine a century and have his store filled up Deer and Oliver Sulkey Plows, Kellogg. witli old remnants and antiquated ileaiitifully mounted and nicely nil procession: A. (). Committee Chilled Hand Plow, also hosiinl piiofographic views of all the Smoot. Jr., chairman. D. Evans. W. goods marked at the high prices that vola citits-valuable American leading II.' Drown, II. E. Rawlings. The Faultless and Light Running Walter A. Wood, prevailed forty years ago. And all ume w Inch would cost several dollars at on artillery: Luke Cook. Committee n and tliis may be only too Mowers and Binders. retail is given away at the lTovo Committee to select Goddess of Institution to every pur- Liberty: generally appreciated, and therefore Miss Hannah Hillings, Also the Well Known Bain Wagon & Etc. a patent reason why advertising is chaser of iio worth of goods. gSFT. Ida chairman: Smoot, Minerva SuthTecuie Dut business Wilkins. Fannie him. useless the for Jones, The first Ward rjuuday School erland. Call and See Us and Get Prices to Suit the Times. man. who is up witli the times and t Gown by train to Leake View rUKLlMINAlllKS. a Gardens esterday and cnjoved day there are plenty of them in 1. A salute of thirteen guns at dayof hupp) recreation, under the superthe latest bargains vision of Bishop .Johnson and the break, under tlie direction of Capt. West for the benefrom and East tlie teachers. The Luke Coo. Ward Sunday fit of his patrons, has need of con2 A salute of one gun at sun-ris- e Theater baud furnished the music. as a signal lor the unfurling of the tinual resort .to tlie best, most renum-eratiThe Comity Court hed an extra ses- iialiun.il Hags on llieliuerty pubpules, advertising mediums, that he sion tliis week to consider a circular lic buildings and other places, under may keep liis friends always promptly letter from (inventor- - Anrthur L. the direction of A. O. Smoot, Jr. MarGeorge Whitmore was elected presi(iowi-uir. advised of their best opportunities to dent; Walter J. Drown Thomas relative to the reelamalion ol shal oi tin Day. Tlie We woulil call especial attention to stive money, and get the latest styles Music by the bands. new court will act in harmoii) with the i. At!) o'clock assembling of citi- tlie circular letter of Governor Thomas and kinds of goods at the lowest and Alma Hague cashier of the Toilet Aticles, Fancy Soaps, institution. The following were also governor in obtaining desirable statis- zens and forming of procession on to the Probate Court of Utah county, prices. tics. chosen directors: J. H. Erickson, west side of Court House block. puhlisheil above It is very important Chamois. Skins, Sponges, Brushes, Tlie forthcoming mammoth cele- James Forcliee, Louis II. Hills, James 9:30 o'clock procession will l hat citizens everywhere shouhl co5. Contractor latteu 1ms done an ex- move At furnish Marinformation tlie and Combs, of under the direction tlie in of of tlie bration Fourth Perfumery, Cigars and Tobacco, Base July cellent job on tlie front of the old shal of the Day, and aids in following operate Iqtersnn and James E. Clinton. to J bv the desired Governor, udge Ball of is evidence the another' Goods, Pure Wines and Liquors Springville Freshwater building, w hich presents order, line of march on Center street Jones ami Selectman Lund. lion. W. II. King did the legal tumformer wide its and to contrast awake, progressive a striking Medical Purposes. patriotic business connected with the organizing and counter march to Tabernacle. I.AKK SIIOUE. ble down appearance. Tlie place will reside of the who character people new OK an is of bank which assured IUOCESSIOX. the OUDEK be pleasant and commodious, awl will V 1. Provo Silver Hand. Thriving and Inviting Jlenutlful 1,0- - there. No expense or pains has been success from the start. soon be occupied bv Messrs. McEwan roll t y. Garefillly Gompoiinded. 2. Car containing Goddess of Liberspared to arrange for a most elaborate & Ferre. of tlie Chicago store. lomost of Peace" rural tlie J One usticeaud attended by The and attractive programme. inviting peoty PERSONAL. John Petersen. of Salt Lake, ami io be drawn by six white 1101868 in calities in Utah comity is Lake Shore. ple there have been lavish with money At all hours, day or night, by experienced Druggists. of six Provo, Miss Augusta Johnson, of C. 11. Turner and W. II. It embraces an area of nearly Wm. Millard of charge Holden, Probert, to determination in time ami their resiwere united it marriage at the thousand acres, most of which is good Brcrelon. a successful and substantial Its water supply for excel all past efforts by a loyal dem- county, dence of the bride in the Second W ard, 3. Car containing 13 young ladies farming laud. has located permanently justness e 1. representing the thirteen original irrigation purixises comes from soap-ag- onstration that will long be remem- in Provo man, Provo, last Tuesdav by Judge J.cere-uioihis family. This city with from the Spanish Fork river be- bered in local circles and Jones. Tliis is tlie first marriage to be drawn by four horses. more of just such men. States, anneeds . patriotic h SPRINGVILLE, but is a promise UTAH. low the dam. Hut tlieiu 4. Carriage containing the Presiperformed bv His Honor, all the was lt.'L. of in fine nals. Kennison, Payson, posters printed by Large is said to have olliciated with dent of the Day, Chaplain, Orator. f water from another source. Lately Provo Monday. the Spanish Fork West Irrigating 1'iik Utah Valley Gazette office, Reader of Declaration of Independgrace of a veteran. L. a WOOD. G. M. Jeffrey is enjoying a Rev. well a driven test had M.J. DALRY. have ence and counover been scattered all the Company have Speakers. Rev. (J. M. Jeffrey and wife are atW. brief from brother Dr. his P. visit of llow a 5- witii a Utah" by young pipe, getting represented to from Green river Salt Lake meeting of the lady on horseback. over two hundred gallons per minute try, Jeffrey and Miss Ada Jeffrey, both tending the annualheld Even of Denver tlie at Ogden this from Iowa. people Methodist Mission, City. of cost a 372 a of at at 0. Cavalcade ol forty-seve- n feet, young depth to intends keen of week, and will remain over Sunday. warned have in J375. This was SPRINGVILLE, W. U. Menerav, of ladies witli escorts, ill uniform get company Springville's vit In consequence of which there will be charge of W. It. Pike and Jos. E. a number of these wells driven ' by loyal demonstration, and thousands in Provo Wednesday. Springville, ) DUAL IN ALL KINDS OF ( tlie but Sunday Daniels, representing tlie States aud next spring, and if they succeed as are no services .Sunday, Hon. W. H. King went down to expected to gather from all quarSchool will meet at ID a. in. All are Territories. well us witli tliis one. they will have on business Tuesday. ' most Nephi to and ters invited the witness of earnestly of water by next season. grand pageant cordially 7. Opera House Hand. plenty the at services Apostle Richards went south on the Choice Parlor Sets, requested to attend the 8. Trades and occupations, as folTlie Lake Shore people are building a the day, listen to the orations of the Utah Central Tuesday. Proctor Academy Hall. lows: new church, and when completed there orator of tlie day, Evans, and Hon. O. Bed-RooG. T. Sets, Elegant in Wimmer, of Payson, marketed A. of kind tlie no interests, will be neater Manufacturing W. building witness and the Powers, Methodist games The dedication of the about 18,000 lbs of wool in Provo WedMessrs. Retd Smoot and W. in Utah county. Citizens here seem of charge Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Carpets ?nd church or Provo last Sunday proved It. 1L Paxman. to take especial pride in building amusements, and participate In the nesday. in line at this success Everything a was great 13. Mercantile interests, in charge interesting and Sheriff Loveless, of Emery County, substantial homes. Two thirds grand torch light ball. Everybody is in every way. It extended even the of Messrs. F. W. C. Hatlienbruck,Qj. good was in Provo this week. of the residences built here within Lite invited and welcome. AND ALSO best hopes of the friends of the church W. Farrer and Jas. F. Dunn. of brick made here are two last years John H. Harnett, son of the well-knoaddresses The of in point of interest. Drig Wartkers, in charge of winch are quite as good in quality as Springville, who I C. Hlacksmithing, in is Payson Notary, employed were all most happy and appropriate. Messrs. C. II. .Nelson and Hansen. was terribly injured by the overturnbrick. the Provo. apThe congregations were large and and in charge of D. a Hrickmaking, Undertaking Business Carefully Attended to. Mr. Wm. Randall and lady went Nearly every farm house here and ing of load of timber up in Spanish The Methodist people and Messrs. preciative. Tiffany. Flemming all well In a lias in Uufion the Latest Designs A Grand Variety Complete Fork proon flowing Henjamin lately, died last Friday, back to New York to visit relatives friends are to be congratulated enE. Jiakery, in charge of Herman ducing suflicient water for household the funeral took place last Sunday, last week. a successful issue the bringing to Tlie Osterloli. Assortment, and at management deserves R. L. Shores, the popular Payson of and stocka purposes as well as for ir and was very largely attended. The in Tonsoriul terprise. F. interests, charge be Duplicated in Utah County. Prlcee, Mark You, that Cannot ligating garden. credit for the success achieved. II. E. Rawlings and Oscar Dennett. gieatMethodist deceased leaves a family of nine and druggist, was in Provo Tuesday. Remember Us, The chapel is now one of in G. Agricultural interests, charge AMKKICAX FORK Prosecuting Attorney Thurman and a widow to mourn his loss. In their Messrs. adds of Roger the neatest in this Territoryofand W. II. Derry and Sc Booth and Wilson went down Farrer, our city. sudden bereavement they have the to Payson and engaged in a little jnucli to the improvement Richard Drereton. Will Have a Urand Olobrallon, Too. Spbixgvillk, l."TAn. II. Horticultural and Floral inaffair Tuesday. sympathy of a host of friends. to take legal The Editor Gazette patrioticly Shooting acc.dents continue terests, in charge of Chas. Twelves, inclined are G. H. Young, of Price, was in town Don Johnson came home from the place. Yesterday a boy named Burnll Soren Jensen looking forward to one and Dr. J. llannberg. the week. shot by Farleybmoot. a with cafion last bad wound waspiccidcn tally M. J. A. REYNOLDS. Sunday week from when we all expect Stock interests, in charge of J. A. W. REYNOLDS. M. The ball took effect in young Burnll s Martin, of Salt J. regLake, OMahony, James F. to be out cn tiutme, when every man caused by the aud an T. Vincent II. made ax, arm. istered at the Roberts House WednesMcClellan. woman, too, is expected that day while cutting R. R. lies. day. Shoemakers, and Two cur loads of asphaltum ofhave J. Painters, Printers, to do their duty, and show their Thomas Child & Son have just set J. M. Drake, of Park City, is regisfe-tere- d etc. arrived in Provo, and the work lay- Stone-cutter- s, -- 1 forthwith. our at the Roberts House. national cele will Hand. Martial 9. begin up three monuments and six slabs in Dealers In. orating patriotism by ing sidewalks in Educational 10. C. R. charge Dennett of Will San and interests, is you Fnn burial the are school wife, and give birthday. particulars Payson grounds, The Fourth ward Sunday Geo. II. Drimliall, 4- - A. Noon and of how it cisco, registered at the Roberts House for a of JL3. to off for your next. we mess, more. bases as for go passed making starting, just Walton. and looked our beautiful city over this J. lew Lake day of recreation out to A correction of R. J. D.s article 11. Mayor, City Council and promiX. II. Packard lias copened up den- week. Gardens. nent citizens in carriages. in Tuesday's Enquirer, but tal parlors, and is prepared to do all Jno. S, Rollo, of the Nephi Sn styn, Hay, Grain and all kinds of Produce. tlie Lake 12. Chamber of Commerce in car- appeared liec's full brass bund at as Provo in no to over' tlie amendment it is kinds in of work stopped denial Sunday original 'Springville. night. Cool breezes, riages. Ifrsort usual. We have jnst opened with a fine Assortment of DRY 13. Citizens in vehicles and on foot. correspondence, lerliaps if Air. R. J. W. Higley, of Provo, has gone into line music and enjoyable dancing. K. H. and and their lady Tompkins to find Mr. thu business of 1. Singing of National Anthem by D. will take tlie trouble The best of order always prevails. GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Ladies repairing watches and daughter Miss Eva B. Tompkins, of chorus under tlie direction of Prof. J. Robinson himself when ho comes over and Gents Furnishing Goods, Gro-cerie- s jewelry here. Eureka, Tintic, are at the Roberts notick. E. Daniels. of lie will his version House. it, get again Sab-liat- li 2. Prayer by President A. O merchandise establishThe and Provisions, Sunday School sendees next which will be nearer the facts still ment ofgeneral Smoot. Lawyer S. L. Page, Ed. Simons and 10:80 alat Hall James Whitehead, And at Procter Academy Ji., Geo. W. Williams, of Payson, were in everything usually The Star Spangled Dan than the correction. 3. ways presents a neat appearance Provo yesterday, found in a first-clao'clock. Union preaching service in ner, Song, Mercantile Establishment. Mrs. U. II. Dodd, chorus by by of The great absorbing topic the owiug no doubt, to the fact that of Pork John the evening at 8. Subject: Dividends choir. Jones, Mayor Spanish 4. Reading of the Declaration of day is Water ! Water ! Water ! Hall lady has charge of the place much o: visited Provo Thursday. NOT aud profits of Christian Service. Come C. Graham, Esq. an hour to the acre for small gruin the time. J. by come Independence and and come sing, and worship, Dont forget ns at the corner of Main and Huntington Sts., The Illue and the Gray, by with a small stream is a very absor5. 1 At a teachers joint institute held in H. (loodell, Dros. are busilisten. band. House Reynolds pushing Opera Salt Lake City this week, Miss Ida In ness on sound Pastor. U. Oration, bv the orator of the bing question with tlie farmers. . . SPRINGVILLE, progressive principles Coombs, of Payson, delivered a lecture Utah. so much so tiiat tlie water is fact it is dav, lion. S. R- Thurman. NOTICK. Lanon and & Reading Elementary Royer Dringlmrst have just been 7. .Song, Our Flag is There by a altogether absorbed anil the crops conguage; Prof. G. U. Brimhall, of Spanordering a line new stock of goods. AH members of the several commit- Quartette. of for want the ubsorbed siderably ish Fork, a lecture on School Organi8. Toast, Ialriotism, to be res- mure of the fluid, the tinner, finds plenty to do zation; Prof. Karl G. Maeqer. of Evans, tees for the Fourth of July celebration ponded M. M. to by Kellogg, Esq. a on Mental Discilecture meeta at of In Provo, dull to times, le present spite are lequested by S. S. a sensation was created here response Toast, Liberty, tjuite Prof. Joseph A. Rees, of House Sat- Jones. A visit to the large fruit gardens o: pline; of Heber ing to' lie held in the Court thu last on Geography arrest lecture Fork.a through night Spanish selec10. Music by the Orchestra, at 8:80 W. is II. and Miss and Lillie Boyer, urday evening Ann of Clark and Kelsey, History, of the especially gratifying; llyrum Clark, tion from La Trovatore. a of o'clock. song. of season Springville, this at the Mr. E. of of Constable Pleasant 11. Homes Our year. The Hros., Grove, by Toast, Committee of Arrangements. Republic, response by G. M. Jeffrey. Mercer, on a charge of passing coun- as busy as a bee shipping fruit in al The committee on decoration for the .12. Toast, Tlie Centennial of tlie terfeit ( liolcr randirw and nuU at Tuwnithrud'H money. It seems tlie bill was directions. He lias a large force pack- Fourth of will please meet at the Constitution, response by lion. W. live dollars istore, Faywwn. on the Salt Luke National ing raspberries,, gooseberries and cur- T&bernadeJuly N. Dusenberry. on Tuesday, July 2d, 1889, Style and liareulna. a party rants. He has shipped this Reason at 8 oclock p. m. to and had been 13. Hail Dank, Chief, by passed Libertys S. S. Jones lias just received a large the choir, under tlie direction of lrof. here, anil good money given in ex- fully 6000 quarts of strawberries, but M. M. KxLLOoa, awl fine consignment of stylish and J. E. Daniels. Chairman. is the about was exhausted then crop It to for this tlie presented 14. lienediution by Rev. J. 11. change. durable clothing, just adopted to the Goodell. He season. raises of Drivers Furnished When Desired. tlie Central Utah in forty varieties of agent payment aud desirable in every way. season, of lire this fruit. His flue of a who simtlie In display raspberry crop is evening freight, pronounced it no good ' If any of our readers want a suit or a works, on tlie West Square, in charge us soon as lie saw immense. Tlie demand for good for the Road. anil ply informed it, Elegant Equepments of chairman, and tlie tlie party that there was no sucli bank fruits still continues to be part of a suit they cannotof get bette of W. greater Advertisement In this oolumn for Sl The only Livery Establishment in Springville for the in the way bargains following members of the Fireworks 11. in existence. Tlie result was it was than the supply. W. first David Inserted Wanted. committee: or Evans, Wanted - satisfaction Help Accommodation of the Public. there anil then placed in the hands of and good stock anywhere. Call at Hi0Vii and II. E. Rawlings, TIMES FBBK. All other advertisements thheb is estimated It Bothat caeh line who and tlie traced the matter Springvilles lOo. per line flrst time, per constable, his establishment and get prices. as aforesaid. They were taken before strawberry crop tliis year amounted subsequent time. By the month SDo. pey Una, Is Council. High Every one Alderman McNicl and bound over for to no less than 100,000 quarts, worth berdec. Address, wuitliiKfor theLocation: One Block North and M of Council Wasted: A jrood (ton Utah future appearance, Mr. Chipman and more than $10,000,00, Stake The Johnstlie Krent Kanosh, Utah. High of historyonce complete iUuatratcil and some outllts otliera at ncn at) lor cvntH meet Block of one half West in Frovo, Friday, July 6th, Packard Bros.' store, between Main and Potter Sts will . towu UoimI, being secureties, i aooure your choice of territory; litieral terms & G. R. tickets The is 1). 8 A. Drummond. H. at in. wanted. selling Addrsss, p. ' Riven. H. A. Hess. Salt Lake City, Utah, iron.Ckmoitio agents . UTAH. V. L. IIalliday, Clerk. American Fork, June 27, 1889. SPRINGVILLE, from Springville to Lake Park for C-- Has. 12S nrst Bast 8U. Balt Lake. era! URt-n-t for L'tali. A AT XEHHI. 1 ilin-ctii- coiu-crvntlo- Irrl-jnitln- jr 1 I 1 y. water-suppl- y Siij-iiiK- GRJPM JBoger & J3rlijghUrst, V Ma-ser- sGENERAL MERCHANDISE. V 1 Y g, a. Spring John well-know- - w-n- s Spring-ville-T-catchi- ng e 1 Springville Drug Store. ve vice-preside- Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, nt, for Prescriptions MEJVDRAY BROS., iv Wood & Daley, ttt ch -- FTTZRZCfl'ITTrZRE!, m wn JLT-ov- WALL PAPERS WALLPAPERS! "Wood to-d- JDsLley. ay mis-lick'- of REYNOLDS BROS., L- General Efflerchandise, t ss WE WILL pird (to-morro- w) PE PEATEll IN PRICES & McKeijzie, LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. SPECIAL COLUMN. oe air Sorts, toa-tio- ns OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.