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|Utah Valley Gazette
THE LA HECjT.K UTAH VALLEY GAZETTE. A Kill DAY. AUGUST 30, IS. or.:r;:i;iA confluence. i'ln (jiiiii Conference of Utah Stitko will he I. eld in the Slake taber-iiur!- i. on Sunday, Seji-teii- d er n.uijnsciicing ;.t. at li. o'clock a. in. A. O. SJHHIT, I'l csidcnl, I). John, II. II. Cliff, - J- Counselors. i.flc.i. sfisf:virii:s. i'.li Im til for i:l C:ilvr. Waller The diMricl open Sept. 2d. 'x. in Utah county Itev. .1. II. (undfU.i family has arrived from the east. President DeVaILy.tif the think of Commerce has left for a. trip aest. Choice crapes and fresh fruits of all kinds at J. It. IWImrd's. Assessor and Collector ISrown went to Salt I.ake Monday. (to to J. It. Itoshard's for choice hums. s:msac dried heel and bacon . tf. Mr. J. M. Marlin, of the Martin & Drake Live Stock Association lias returned lrom Liu: cast. in Irevo is increasing Now is the time fur tin enterprising advertiser to reap a liar-ves- t. ijiisincs every day. The Lake Hr mUl refers to the lrovo Chamber of Commerce as a (Jen tile body. It. II. Dodd is a line new I street one block brick resilience onerecting south of It. i. Hines' Palace Drug Store. The lktnk of Commerce of Provo has received its magnificent new safe. It is a tiling of beauty us well as absolutely secure. I). T. Clark's new residence in Provo isaiproaciiing completion. It is to be as line a residence as could be desired. issiH . Mr. .Joseph A. Harris has purchased tSie entile .stuck of Mrs. E. Jlorlun in west Provo. We welcome him to the arena of business and predict his cess. suc- We sell the Pleasant Valley and also the famous Castle Date coal, the best in tiie market at the standard Reed Smoot, prices. jull-jiii- J. u W. Deal. The visit of President De Valiev of the Hank of Commerce to the east is nut a mere private trip, but it is made in the interest of Provo, and if the gentlemen is successful in his protects the result will be of incalculable benefit to every citizen of this city. For the finest ami sweetest toned organs, chaste and elegant designs ill cabinet work, go to Dates & .now. Furniture Dealers, Provo, who have secured the agency for the Western Cottage Organs, mid sell them at bedrock prices, .'satisfaction guaranteed, tt The Presbyterian school of Payson City will open Monday , Sep. gil. This school lias three departments Pri- mary. Intermediate and Drainuiar in addition to which several .studies, belonging to the academic course, will le introduced. Mrs. Millivau is the principal. Miss Estella Hloodgood. recently of Chicago. III., arrived in our city' a few day s ago ami will take charge of the day srhuiii of the Methodist mission wliieh will open next Monday. Miss Hioo igo'i.l lias been eminently suceess-- 1 ill in the educational work for sevr-ra- l years. Parents need have no fears to put their children under her instruction. We take pleasure in announcing to our readers that the History Co., of San Francisco, have just published in I 'Die .ic loriu a work entitled in' World." which is exciting a great deal of interest in literary circles in fact Eastern manufacturers have pronounced it a marvel in the liookmakiug art. Tin latest improvements in engraving. lithographing in nine brilliant colors, printing and binding having been employed in itseintielishuient ami adornment until it is indeed one of tin most charming and beautiful volumes that has ever come from the press. To the merits of the subject matter is added twelve hundred illustrations ami the most striking colored oleograph plates ever printed; making them perfect gems of art, which for beauty cannot be surpassed by the linest paintings in fact has nothing like this g.iand feature ever before been attempted in It is the very essence of adami romance, ami wonder venture, hence possesses a charm ami liohl upon n the public that no oilier work can in and to compare with, presented a style that docs great credit to the publishers. It will be sold by subscript ion only hence the publishers want agents to sell the 1 took, to whom most liberal terms will be given on application. We call attention to the advertisement, 'in another column. The Quarterly Conference of the H.Iief .Society of Utah county will be held In the Meeting House Provo City on Friday Aug. SOtli lssu. Service to roiurncncc at 10 a. in. J C. Danie:..--. Secretary. tnag-ni.icie- iit book-makin- g. lie-gi- Sl'KCl L MiriCK! Next Sunday at II a. m. the Itev. Mr. Warts of tin North Nebraska conference, will preach at the Methodist church at 8 p. m. Miss Joscphcue Kellogg will give a Iihle reading with comments on a subject of special interest to all. Every body most cordially invited amt urged to attend these services for the real proiiit they may obtain. Bids for Vault. Proposals sealed ami endorsed will be received at my oflice. Hoorn No. 2 at court house, Provo City, Utah, until September 2, lSHfiat 1 o'clock p. in., for furnishing rock, brick, cement, lime, sand and the necessary labor to build a vault for Utah county. Plan and specification can be seen at rny oflice. Hv order of the Court. V. L. IIALLIDAY. Clerk of thecounty court, Utah county. Drctin of sckinovii.i.e. Gre:i.'ue sxncl AT AMERICAN I'OltK. Glory. ?lm Llvuiy Uulrnpnlll bf tli. North Entl While we hear of schemes of progress iiud enterprise on every hand .in Utah, Springvillo is not going to sleep, but in every respect she is keeping pace with the onward inarch of the day. Within the last mouth a doctor, tailor itml watchmaker Lave located in the thriving city. In the mean while too Mr. Whitehead's woolen mills liae added new machinery and buildings iintil their capacity is now c'liiul to about one third of that of the Provo woolcu mills. Mr. Whitehead is now preparing to run all winter and tiud.s a reaily sale for all the woolen goods he can produce at figures which insure continued prosperity ami to his beneficent growth enterprise. Hclow the present location of the Spriugvillc wnllvii mills is another line mill power also owned by Mr. Whitehead where in time another mill of some sort is almost sure to he V. e believe located. this property could be purchased at a reasonable liguro by any one or any linn who would utilizu it for manufacturing purposes. Here is a rare chance for capital. This mill power is immediately adjacent to the 11 io Grande Western llailway and could not be surpassed. The stream is large even in a dry season and is considered altogether one of the best water powers in Utah territory. Considering the size of the city and the times, Spriugvillc lias added more new buildings to the number of her comfortable dwelli g houses than any neighboring city this season perhaps. In the way of general improvements too, she is keeping up with the progress of the times In line style. A system of water works which the city has under contemplation would give her a great advantage and place her on a footing to compete for investors even with Provo herself. A dreamer who looks forward into the horoscope of futurity ami believes that lie forcasts somewhat of the greatness of events, says that the time will come when Provo amt Springville practically will be as one city with nothing but an artificial boundary line to determine where the one place begins and the other terminates. Surely it requires no great stretch of imagination to foresee the day when the road between Springville ami Provo will be cniluded with grand residences, factories and mills and jecome a kind of thoroughfare for traffic and carriage riding. Hut such changes cannot be brought about in a day, although they can be greatly hastened by the enterprise of citizens in pushing forward every public improvement and encouraging all Chat promises to add to the growth and irosperity of the city and adjacent country. We understand that the citizens of Springville will establish a bunk before a great while. This is an institution needed for the convenience of commerce there; for Springrille is preHer eminently a business place. merchants are alive to the advantages of enterprising business methods. While other cities of considerable population in Utah county cling in a e measure to the methods of y goiie-bdays and rarely call the agency of the press into service to advertise, and push the bark of .trade far mil into adjacent avenues, Springville merchants are not so neglectful. They recognise the .virtue of printer's ink and are utilizing it advantageously to themselves. and the community. .fcpriugvffle real estate Is good Several sales property to invest in. huveqcently been made and others are bgriigyiegoiiated now. Itis jRelieved that the new city. coiiVdlXill be a progressive tliorough-goingni- c. . old-tim- ortho L'Uh Vulli-yAfter calling many different times at the general nierchuiidls establishment of W. W. Jackson lu American Fork, a representative of The Gazette at hist found him behind the counter for once. IIu gives most of his attention to outside busines ami il is not always by any menus that he is to be found in his store. Mr. Jack-so- n is one of the imlepcnduul solid ineu who make American Fork their linmu and take pleasure In imparling such information us reporters are always in quest of. From him we learned of the death of .Sister Lee, wife of Edward Lee, the well known painter of the place. Her demise Friday last and the funeral took the place Sunday following. The services were conducted at the church. Among the speakers were Thomas Barrett, Samuel Wagstaff and Ilisliop Halliday. .Superintendent Cutler of the linstitutlon has resigned. Ilis health has been bad for some time but nevertheless' his resignation was not expected. O. II. Hunter, the sheepman, has succeeded to the suprintemlency. It Is said that a very worthy able young Provo gentleman is about to capture the hand and heart of one of the most fair amt estimable young ladies of American Fork. The nuptials will be celebrated at an early day. Mayor ltobinson informs us that about twenty men will commence work on the natural reservoirs in the mountains with a view of storing up water for use during the next season. The well boring machinery ordered by the city will arrive soon and an attempt will be made to get artesian water on Main Street. In spite of the fact that the foolhardy competition of Salt Luke Hour mills and dealers has run down the price of Hour so that there is at present hardly any outside market for Hour, still the American Fork mills continue to grind away. James Cliipmau is doing a very large business as usual. A large portion of his custom comes directly or indirectly from the mining camps at llingiiam and up towards Park City. This class of trade is not affected by the small crops iu the least and is very steadv and valuable. Tlie fruit crop is nut up to the usual standard here this year, but there will be enough of everything for home consumption. Ail Excellent Invention for Snvlnp Seed of Short Lucero. The lucern seed crop promises to be the largest ever gathered in Utah county by all odds, and if prices keep up, lots of wealth will be brought into i.lie county asthe returns of this product alone. A great deal of the seed lucent this year Is very short and could not be saved at all had it not been fur a complete little invention which we are pleased to announce to our readers and which works like a charm. Tlie Inventor is Mr. Freeman E. Tanner, of payson, who describes bis useful invention and gives directions for its aplicalion as follows: Put a platform made of sheet Iron on a front cut mower. Hore three holes in the knife bar and bolt the sheet iron under tlie knife liar. Make a rim around the sheet-iro- n three inches high. Thejieed can be raked off the same as from the old fashioned rea pers. We take pleasure in publishing items of this sort for the benefit of our many funner readers and will be very thunkfuU for such items always. We. never think of charging for their insertion. HATTI.K CHEEK. TO LABORING T)E TO Wholesale! Wholesale! FRONT. Fruits, Produce and SEPT. 2ID. 1SS0- - . IMIOIfcTZD'Z" Grounds Beautified with Lanterns, Bunting, Etc. Several Small Tents Erected for the Comfort of Visitors. Grand street parade four Bands in attendance. Addresses GOVERNOR THOMAS Sy ANI) OTHER PROMINENT MEN. Eggs. Dealers in The Celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Buggies, Carts till of And g kinds Poultry and Eggs: Men ROYUWGE OEE-A-ISn. from PRIZES D For Sports of all Kinds. Parc to .Lake Park Good For Three Pays: $2.00 Lelii Springvillo 1.75 Bingham Junction Provo 1.40 Franklyn American Fork Salt Lake and Ogden 50 cents, round trip. R. G.Sleater, FllOM PLEASANT Good Fruit Crop 75 C. J. Mulkey, Pres. Utah Federated Trade and Labor Council. CiKOVB. 1.30 1.00 . . S. I DKALGltS IX Always keep on hand a Well Selected line of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Groceries and Family Supplies. Wagons, Racine Spring Wagons, B. B. Carts, Gilpin Sulkey Plows, John Deep and Oliver Chilled Hand Plow, also Tlie Faultless . and Light Mowers and Binders. sar A. the Well Known Bain Wagon & Etc. Call and See Us and Get Prices to Suit the Times. Also viu-yar- ds Old and Reliable Chemicals, Drugs, Musi Fashionable Goods in the market, Cheap as the Cheapest. Muin Street .Spanish Toilet Aticles, Fancy Soaps, Chamois Skins, Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Cigars and Tobacco, Base Ball Godds, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Prescriptions Garefilllg Gompoiinded. Utah. Fork,' Provo Market (Seat At all hours, day or night, by experienced Druggists. Walter cox, O Proprietor Wholesale and Retail ies-rvoi- r SPRINGVILLE, M.J. DALEY. Wood & Daley, SPRING VILLE, SAUSAGE, ETC., A SPECALTY. Moat Promptly Delivered. ) THE BEST GRADES i- O or O - - Elegant - T0111 1 Excelsior Roller Mills, Of Z'rovo, Utah, ff Mucliin s Just put in. AND ALSO ! In all the Latest Designs A Grand Variety Assortment, and at Wood Ss Daly. Spuing vi lle. A. 11KYXOLDS. , - -- . Manager. if n aull-iti- lf inilill.-ihcil- lee-lia- 4- -t I i General Merchandise, Hay, Grain and all kinds of Produce. Gro-cerie- MARTIN & DRAKE Importers and Breeders of kfolk English Shire Punch, found in a We &Holestien Cattle rn tBTStHcjy Fou Sai.Il at All Times os Rea'Soxaih.e Terms Rox PROVO CkTY, UTAH. Vi CHRIS. JENSEN, Merchant j l Late Tailor, of Denver! Has locatil in Springville, Utah. lie Respectfully Invites Public Patronage Satisfaction Guaranteed. ujrtr Sarmel Real L. Pge, nMg Maher iiv tiATrar Agent, Wot pe Paybox, - Utah. UTAH. - -- Payson, TAKES tiie ' LEADING TRADE IX Utah, Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Hats, Boots and Shoes. Ax In frrfHHo Uncoil Urn il 4 Ink Hint nml llroomg liUMS hull IlHMkttt Muxtnrd Muciluirc Mutehe Needle liu.tlc ('nicker Nutmcfjr Oil Illuckimr Uliieliitr Until lirick ltuklujr iKiwiler Hutton Nut Print Candy ChrcM Citmni and clKurctte.. Coni Iw Coroot P1ie Pill jrt'nell Pickle IrlM. lKtxes Rolled oat Hope KufliUnl Catup Concentrated lye Jewelry Kiujr buckwheat flour Currant Kliiered herring Coffeo J fibster Coooanut , Ijioe Chocolate Iaiiui ejiimncys (rtridpe and cap oil Loan on Beal Estate. (kindle Mixn timk! Carpet warp - ss iri prices peateH Don't forget us at the corner of Main and Huntington Sts., (Xml Notary Public in Office And everything usually Mercantile Establishment. first-cla- JOHN D. STARKS Faipili) Store, - D SHETLAND PONIES, Sho-Ho- will SlRINGVILLE, AND CLEVELAND RAY HORSES n-- 10-3- XoelIoi--s in. Wo have just opened with a fine Assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Ladies s and Gents Furnishing Goods, and Provisions, remark-iiVlelKHi- k. 1 Utaii. A. W. REYNOLDS. REYNOLDS BROS., 1 J. W. IIOOVER, Complete be Duplicated in Utah County. Prices, Mark You, that Cannot ltpiiifiiilicr U. I cx-re- ! Undertaking Business Carefully Attended to. J. Delivery I'ltKR to ail parts of the City. Sets, Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Carpets and m loo Beaten. Prices tiiat Cant WALL PAPERS WALL PAPERS All kinds of Drain .Shorts and Rran kept on Hand. Feed, -- ce Bed-Roo- Everything in this line at iKTAre Manufactured at the (ST cry (- , ROLLER FLOURS First-Clas- DEAL IN ALL KINDS OF - FITilUITTJRE, Choice Parlor Sets,- Smoot Rlnck, Opposite Meeting Iloua Latest Improved ' UTAH. . L. S. WOOD. REEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, -- a - - - rd book-makln- SFf Drug Store. SpringvIHe Medicines, lu-trre- .t. About a ton of choice fruit embracing grapes, peaches, plums ami pears is being shipped each day from Pleasant Grove to Salt Lake. Although some individuals lost a greater part of tlieii;, fruit crop this season from drough, all the orchards anil that secured water have produced an excellent crop. We noticed the finest apples in Pleasant Drove that we liaye seen anywhere In Utah this year; also some line pears. The people of the city have taken hold of the matter of the wter supply iu real earnest. A company is being organized to make a tunnel through the great mountain hack of the city to or lake an immense natural there uliich is led by eternal snow which never disappears. This is a grand enterprise for Pleasant Drove, and if consummated speedily as we are assured will lo the ease, will place the citizens iu tlie foremost rank of progress, ami ensure an abundant supply of water in the future. llie business men of the place report a good. condition of trade which is steadily increasing all around. The schools open on the 2d of September. Prof. .J. .S.Hrowii, assisted by Miss Ella Smith, and Miss Nellie Itobison will preside over tlie Central school, and Prof. I). II. Robison will preside over the South school. Robert Loader, who led home ami Ills family over two years ago returned a few days since. A petition is being circulated for the appointment of Alex Ellis to the postmastership in place of Mrs. E. rmi-pui- Running Walter A. Wood, Mrs. Emma Reese, Item of General YINfi i GRHNDHLS. JSoger & 3rlj)ghlirsfc, GENERAL MERCHANDISE all Prominent Towns in the Territory will Participate. 300 . Remember We Will Take Produce in Exchange. W free Vertical Feed' Wells. Artesian PipeCashfor Paid for Choice Fruits, ....MAGNIFICENT.... Isis. IFiro-or of Display Rail Afternoon and Evening. Grand Laboring Funning Implements. Have accepted the agency for Utah County for the Davis Sewing Machine. , Write us for Prices. Grand Baloon Ascent ion and Parachute Jump. Sterrctt. residence to lit tlie I'l nee Where the (irnl Relieved Woodberry Park on the lake shore ways Iloyer and just a Resort. will Ha. is a favorite resort forlliu social young mercantile establishment Hriirghu i;ts Those who aught to be competent to people of Pleasant Drove. Last Wedis alnthttf finished. It is a neat and judge predict tiiat the great pleasure nesday evening a jolly party consistcnvitinfysyucious brick structure. resorts out on the shore of Utah Lake ing of J. D. Rlackhurst, Miss Lydia EveronJ desiring well pipe for ar- in tlie future will be located at Rattle tesian vlls should remember that Creek on the Rio Drande Western Mayliew, IL A. Hayes, Miss Susie Rrown, Win. Clark, Miss Annie Reers, Messrfc. Jtoylance and Crandals have R. R. about nine west miles north of O. Agent. J. II. Halliday. Miss any quantity of the article for sale at Provo. Already the grounds at Rattle U. Sadie Raker, Fred Showed and famcan obtained be lower ivrtces than Creek station have been dedicated to ily, Swenv Swensen. Miss Amnia elsewijereHn Utah. Rogers. John Swensen ami Miss the purpose of public resorts. Harvisited the Park, and UemeNtfca Thomas Tame when rison Park resort owned by Thomas GraceaMayliew, time came back most after happy you want aHew harness. Dallin is just fairly opening up. Thu and made a raid upon Wadleys vin-yafor grapes and water mellons Dr. II. H. Aladnoriun has determined proprietor has located permanently on sevto locate permanently in Springville. the grounds and furnishes all sorts of which- yon ' may be sure suffered X. erly ocHe lias rejuetl the building now accommodations for bathing, boaswill and Packard Dentist by cupied ting and getting lunch jnrfrc-freshmen- t. THE take povqLssion in about ten days. Of course it take SpringvirVc is still in need of a time to open up such a placeyKuihlo shoemaker. jne who would locate facilities for enjoying one's there would bejsure of good profitable are first class. Woodberry Park with business froyy the first. .rim i iui!ifie as proprietor, is also lor As the faJtVof the year approaches Rattle moHt IntrroNt Ik. IntiMiwIy Th Creek station hihI popular milirriitlon Hook ever we hear M weddings or rumors of Harrison Park Resort, liulilUlifil. weddings :wd if runor can be trusted place at present enjoys ity .j. ir. nunur. The most huiioim nml MiwoHsrul Amor! at all irfeveral nuptial knots will be of line shade and la lit. nml author oi ilraiitirul has refreshments ami goixi Ivfiiing ciui Writer, uml tied lb Springville ere long. IjiiuI," Tho Woi'lil's Woiv yinry," Nu cun facilities one and pleas Etc. ilont." ' ant time there battling dcniciug.-iith It In n iiMtclili! work of nrt. Over 1.3)0 A llllSAT GALA PAY. innvi'illti'iit Hpirlioil I fmrmvJmm, ilcnltfucil iiiiif Roth resorts are prov dune I'XifiiUtl hy tin n iiriintM nml ciiKruvuni on floors and other fuci for those tiro iimliiiinils, I'liilicliinli Its lmvvn uml .iidil Tli Popular Excursion of tlie Seanon. amusement ai A cxciti'tr.viil to wiimli.'r. Ill uihmlon to this ensure. seeking Lorenzo Cracroft, of Salt Lake City, town site is to be laid foal iiii1 In suiipli'iiiL'iitvil many ar by and voloreil eleo jrruml ami lxnutirul Federated Utah an of be the effort will murli a ave secretary i'. Iu Ion . Tho iilno brilliant color iirtCil Krupli office established the m tin plflnri's pnxliico an uluiuat dazzlinir of ii Trades Council, a very strong organi- post them pcrfccl Kcm of art, umi near Rio future. rufide lit I.toilinaklmr wjhstern a Mivcmt of 5JMIU . zation of the capital city, was in trains pass frequent!) there Everywhere te sell Provo yesterday preparing for the and we advise parti till most Old exseason freshment in tlie vatei& to great popular excursion of the it for they at mxp sitrht, uircnts it perience'll a combine with d iends ail party IiImt money in it. In reality it i realize then-to Lake Park, over the Itio. Grande out to Creek Rattle if nrt. u Thu of i iiiurvH go yon want, to day. MonWestern, which takes place next some money, Imre In a jmhk-- opportunsells t at cxuiir- - make railway always i worth work An this for referusvncy ity for you. sion rates to these result day Sep. 2d, as will be seen by exence to the advertisement of the From $0 to $25 Per Day. of issue lliis N in Is ackimwlislyeil by all publisher and AT, NOT! which It FECI cursion appeal's a (rant to lw tho hiimlsoiiiost, .liistest bo will occasion The Send The Gazette. aji'l ohenpoit. Imok ever tcriiin for illiiMlrniisl the (chosen people of iiinr.diUiircly a grand one, and eclipse in the way of To fren.Air will mivo be the lost. opportunity jl the sbbjcl of tlie It InslHiitly, send 1. Oil for n tlnnnml secure attractions all ' former excursions of i name choice of can vasal or initlit ami next coiripicte Hie season. Governor Thomas will be tu re in Procter ncudenft trtTPory. Extra liberal terms nml exclusive and a Working inrcuts lire speech also, y Vierriivry fruiirantcfd. Sumla rH present and deliver Sunday evening at R o sumo. money l you can do the a large turnout is already assured be- scliool and Rihic clusjf'Tit 0 i n the eololuir Is required to or exiierloiici! Ncithor capital to fore we go press.In this enterprise, us Hie lsaik will soil morning, and meeting of Christum eniraim Ititcir ir pmiicrly presented, anil we alvi our re7 has Endeavor at p. in. Residents ami toronta !) ihiy's time Inus.which to deliver mad Probate Judge. Jones just Itt'foro paviior to the a most cordially invited to le collect business from visitors turned trip Address THE HISTORY timber region where ho recently lost present. COMPANY, Street. 723 Market II. fire. Pastor. so much by J. Kan Francisco, (.Mb-'Goodell, J.Klrvtle Hringhurst's new east of SPRINGVILLE, - UTAH, "Carload Lots A Specialty. oc-cur- ed I SI I'OICTAXT TO FARMERS. DAY. !oi))ai)ce & Crandals, SfllA UTAH'S Embroidery Edtfti K Enr Extract Fruit hook Kib jar Fan Faucet Gcrmnde Ground Spices Ham Hat Handkerchief Hoe Hop llurnc Ribbons Rice . Sugar, soap and salt Starch Sago any aoap Sardines Salmon Shoes. Sock Suspender Sheeting Syrup Shrimp Shot Tea and tobacco Tub, tacks ' Tape and thread Tkpicoa Yarn Cushings Perfection Dyes on hand SODA . WATER ON. ICE.