|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Article Title||This, That and the Other|
B TIMS. THAT AND THE OTHER H I'ntronlro the danco rrlday night in B OnrlFa Hall. H The Bnlt I-iko Co-operatlvu Ironworks BBB company neelgncd on 1'rldny last. H llvtncmbcr thn danco In OnrlTfl II nil BBBj on Friday night: B JC mid bottlo trade a specialty nt 0. BBB A, Hosier & Co., liquor dealer, Main BBBj B Tropics Co-op Inst. Is expecting B another shipment o( those stylish Wraps BBBj nnd Cloaks to nrrho this week. fl The Vernal Express nnd the American B I'ork Item hav enlarged to six column BBBj sheets. Success to thom both. BBBJ When In ncetl of anything in Liquors BBBJ don't foruct to call nt C. A. Hosier and BBBJ Co. in tho Dorton building, Main St., BBH B All the stockholders ot tho ttlil Irrl- BBBB nation Company tihould lie at tho inect- B Jni; railed by tho directors (or Thursday BBBB JpMlCT very longnmt beautiful spell BBBB jJTal finewenther which pleased ovcrybody BBBJ -v it started to rain yesterday nnd kopt on BBBJ"""--jr- for aflreral hours. B Patriot tub I.chl nnd American Fork BBB choirs went to the M. I. A. Conference BBBB at Prnvo and dono tho singing In the BBBB morning on Sunday last. BBBB Tho Banner has just printed Mr. Win BBBB Grants Musical advertiser for Christmas. BBBB Mr, Grant is a wldcawnko business man BBBB nnd tnkes things by tho forelock, BBBB Coal Tr.ino uud Vaughn uishcsthu B public to know they aro still in the coal H trade nt tho I). ft K, 0. depet. Mr. B Ynughn is nlwaj son hand to wait on BBBBJ their patrons nnd tho public. BBBBJ The choir paid a visit to American BBBBJ Fork Friday night for tho purpoao of BBBBB practicing pleccx which the combined BBBBJ choirs bad to sing at tho M. I. A. BBBBJ conference last Sunday nt l'rovo. BBBB Thanksgiving was obseivcd strictly BBBBJ here. Tho buslnues housen cloued and BBBBr gave the cmplojeea a chnnco to kill rab- BBBBV bltB or take their best girls to the danco BBBBJ in tlio evening Both werodonoinsomo BBBBb BBBBJ A gcntlomnn called in otir odlco tho BBBBJ other day nnd told us to bo miro nnd BBBBJ stato that tho Union hand vtould be H Hull t the dance in flnril's Hall Frl- BBBBJ day night, l'lcnse remember this nnd BBBBB BBBBB Mr. T, F. Trnnc la now employed nt BBBBB tho Peoples Co-op dealing out goods to BBBBB the ninny patrons who go to trade nt BBBBB that Institution. Mr Trnno is n good BBBBB silenmnn, nnd n congenial fallow to do BBBBj bttalncss with, nnd the Co-op has done1 BBBBJ well in employing him. Bare you money (ot danco In UarfTsI Hall Friday nlgbt. I For a sore throat tksre is aolklnK better than a flannel bandage daapeaed with Chamberlain's Tain Bala. It will nearlyalwaye effect cmreUoae nltht'i time. This reraedy is alo lavorlU for rhoumltlim and ku (ut4 Many severe coses. (0 cents bottlae (or aaleby reopla Coop. Mr, Hosier A Co. kave started asalooa In the Dorton building. These gentlemen gentle-men have applied to the city for n quarter's quar-ter's llconse at the end of which, if their business pays, they intend to make I-ehl their home. They appear to be very courteous la manners and withoutdoubt will keep an ordtrlv houie. Parks' Bure Cure is a poaltlvo specific in nil diseases of the Liver ami Kidneys. By removing the uric acid in tho blood it cures Rheumatism. B.Tt. liasford, of Cartage, S. Dako., says:, "I belloye Parks' Cure Cure excels all other medicines medi-cines for Rheumatism and Urinary dis- nlers." Boldby D. it Elllngwn. i Tho Co-op is doing An immenso business busi-ness tho last few days their itoro is crowded from morning tlll'lato in the nftcrnoon. From the amount ;ot parcels the customers nro. taklpgflwiy yu would think the Bto'rommld Boon bo packed away, but it Is bcjugrcplcnlsh-cil bcjugrcplcnlsh-cil with now goods ovaryday, bo that you can always get new goods,,, The directors of the Tooplo's Co-op met on Tuesday and declared a dividend of 2 per cent, for tho last qnnrter, to be paid in mcrchandiso at onco. Whllo this amount Is not large, yet the directors feel it will be received with a great deal of satisfaction, for It will be a benofit on onoliand, and a pleasure on tho other to know that tho institution lain a healthy condition. Mrs. Isabella dibb Morrill, tho lady who hold down a caso lu this odlco for more than two years, gave us a pleasant pleas-ant call on Tuesday. Bhe tried her hand at the case, and wo found she had not lost her former activity in the movement move-ment of her genteel Angers. Wo liopo she has as much pleasure in hushing iter ewect baby to sleep, as alio uso to have In tho contemplation of such a happy tlmo when that blissful day day should arrive. 0 co. W. Jonkins, editor of the Santa Maria Timos, Cat., In speaking of the vnrioas ailments of hie children said: "When my children have croup thero is only one patent medlclae that I over uso, and that is Chamberlain's Cough Rcmody. It possesses some nodica properties that relieve the little sufferers iminediatsly, It is, in my eplnlon, tho best cough medicine in tho market." If this remedy is freely given as soon as the croupy cough appears It will prevent the attact. It Is also an ideal remedy for whooping cough. There Is no danger in giving it to children, as It contains nothing Injuilous. For sale by V.F.. Kllingaon. A K. Kilpntrick.of Fllmoro,Cal.,)ind tho misfortune to have Ins leg caught bo-twecn bo-twecn a cart nnd n stono ami badly bruised. Ordinarily ho would bavelccn laid up for two or threo weeks, but says; "After tiling one bottle of Chnmberlain's Pain Balm I began to fcol better, and in three days was entirely well. The pocullur soothing qualities which Cham berlatn's Pain Halm possesses I have never noticed In any other liniment. I take pleasuro in recommending it." This liniment Is also of great value for rheumatism nnd Inmcback. For sale by I) K. Kllingaon. Tho popularity of Chnmlwrlaln's Cough Remedy nnd the high esteem in which It Is held lends ns to bcllove it to be an nrtlclo of great worth and merit. We have the plcasuro of glUiig tho experience ex-perience of threo prominent citizens of Rcdondo llcncli, t'al , in tho use of tho remedy. Mr. A V Trudcll lays: "I have nlwnys rcccivid prompt relief when I need Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.'' Mr. James Ciucharl; Myst "I nm satisfied satis-fied that Chnmbcrlnln'ti Cough Remedy cured my cold." Mr. J. M. Hatcher says: "For threo years J linvo uaed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family nnd its results iinyo always liccn satisfactory " For sale by D K Klllng-son. Klllng-son. Manager T. It. Cutler arrived home on Monday night from his trip to tho Tram, Mississippi CongroM Mr. Cutler says tho delegates had an excellent tlmo to- gelhcr diectifsing silver nnd other questions of Inrr kI to tho west. Ho considers it was n grcnt honor chow n to Geo. (J. Cannon, nnd Utah, when Mr Cannon was choacu president of the Congress, and we agree with him, nnd sny our belief is that (lco. Q Cannon and his son Frank will bo tho means of bringing Utah fo tho front, equal to any twogcntlcmcn wo know of. Tho father is so woll known in tho best of society fromono end ol tho land to tho other, and this gives him n prestige wherever ho goes, and enables him to get Into wcl-cty wcl-cty that other men of less famo cannot, Tho sugar company hasjuit completed n reeorvolron their farm at the point of tho mountain. It covers 1?( ncres of land, nnd will buhl water to tho depth of 8 feet. Tho reservoir is made to storu lato water to water tho sugar beets 0:1 tho farm. It is located on what is known na tho north bench irrigating ditch. Tho supply of water lu this ditch generally ceases about tho inlddlo of July, nnd this cuts tho water oirfrom tho beet crop too early, and If tho company can keop the reservoir full by this dato bo that tho water can bo used to water tho beets from tho first to the middle of August tlioro can bo no question about tho company raising a good crop of beets. Tho water Is now running into tho reservoir nnd will contlnuo to do so until It gets full, unless winter tela in nnd freezes tho water and stops It from ruunlng. Thero imi been much said through the pacrs about tho IMitli Knrrcn case, some of tho papers condemning the lather in a most immcroil'il manner, so much so that he is represented to be a worso human being limn Lynch, who ravished tho young girl Tho writers in such papers don't know what thoy are talking about. They would display uioie good scuao If they said nothing about tho case than to display their Ignorance in the manner they do. The caso is oik which gies every person pain to think atxmt, nnd caitecs thu finer tcellngs to revolt at such deeds. Hut what mutt bo the feelings of tho patents of thoyoung girl, can any tongun or pen tell them? Wo think nut. And docs it help tho case any to licnp coals ofllro upon their heads, nnd does it lemon the crimoofher bctrnjerB any by assailing them? Wo Inn e been waiting for the young lady's statement of tho whoh caso but up to the lime of going to press it his not nrrived v Report of the Condition rf the Leal Commercial and Savings Dank at the Close of Business, Noy. 15, 1894. XCtAnlLXTIES. Capital eiock.V . . . fCO.OOO 00 Surplus KnmJfc . . . .1,000 00 Unpaid dividend .... 10 00 Ina-ret5i5Ifiiscouiit - l.W Tlinedcp.aTt8 12,754 t Uw'inand deposits 15,0001 Rent -U.. 35 60 f .!f (88,210 00 Loans nnddiBcounlB &1,071 M Ovor 4raf t7, 4 W 42 IJnnk building 11,004 81 Eipcnse..lg 1,17a SM Duo from other banks . 11,08 01 Cash.....;.- 2,480 16 RealcBtata.? 1,00180 Profit and loss 1,1-15 OS Fixtures,. A 2,210 63 83,210 00 I, OloEillngson, cnihicr of tho Lab! Commercial and SavlngB Bank, Leh! city, Utahj.do hereby solemnly swenr tho nbovo account to ben true ;tnd correct cor-rect nccounf to tho beilof my know ledge and belief, J OMJ Kl.Lit.aso-i, Cashier. Correct, nttcst" Wm. Clark, I riP.cinr Thos. 11. Cnllcrf 1,lr,clor- Utah Territory. Utah County, f ""' Subscribed and sworn to bofore tno nt (sbal iny ofllco in I.ehi city, Utah, tTils tho Hilrddnyof Dec, 1804 jAMfisTIiiiHOOii, Nolnry Public.