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H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H Cliarlci Cirny hoi been tick (or iodic H time past, H For th latest style In wash goods go H to th People's Co-op. B W. K. Kncker nml T. I'. Trno paid a H visit to Mcrcur on Monday H W. E. Hutching! was in town M011- H day paying a visit to Ins parents. B The dance o( tho M I. A onFilday B ercning ias very well attended. H Location notices for tale at this ofllce. H All yon want at SS cents per doren. H Francis Klrklinra left Wednesday K morning for lila mission to Austrslin, K Tor all kinds of building material and B combination fence go to I'coplt'i Co-op H s j rust. sH ' H ' Fred ltlchan nho has been employed M '""" 'r ome weeks in tlie DxxKia ofllce Hk ! returned to l'rovo Saturday. H The bill to give back the chinch Ha t property has passed both houses of con. HB g-esa and gnnetothoProsidont. HB Don.t forget to read the ad for Sego Hb '. Ulj men's ehoes and District 70 school H shoes. They are sold at tho Co op. H Dr. Merrlhew removed on Wednesday B inte tho place belonging to Johri'BecV, PB i on State efreet. near the tfulbn Hotel. J 1. E. Ellington has put In a fresh PB ,tD,c ' perfumeries, toilet Articles, etc, L- anil has fl(ted hit drugstore up In fine PB Tut executive committee of the choir PB tender their many thanks to Ole XIHng- PB on 'or lft6 general feeling inaaMeettd PB tawardi the choir iu giving the u:o of PB llle ank building free on Tuceaay PB sight, and to Mr. (iaddlo and company PB for the muiie they famished, PB A great many people are influenced B ty wnftl otheri do, and that Is one of PB tne reasons why eo many take Simmons HL "' Liver regulator. ''I was suffering gteat. V ly trom Chills nnd l'eer and tho more m quinine I took the worse I felt I was B told of Slmmenn Liver Kegulator, by a B friend in Arkansas, and I didn't need to PH take mucli of it beforo I was ontirelv re BPJi lieved." tlyron Bradley, TallaliSMee, Bft Franr laliner vteut to Gait Lake on iloiJay. Mrs. Errickson is recovering from her late sieknsss, The social given Tuesday night by th 0 choir In tho bank building was a very pleasing and enjoyablo affair. A fetv days ago the Utah sugar com psuy shipped 41 head of beef cattle to the Utah Slaughtering company ot Salt Lake. Manager T. 11. Cutler left Wednesday morning for Washington, I) 0., to appear before the Ways nnd Means committee. WANTED By Rhodes Bros., contractors con-tractors for I'loneer I'oer Co., Ogden, Utah, r0 rock men and 100 laborors for excavating dirt. The lucky number which drew the piano put up by James KlrkhamA Sons nns 1C2. This numbor was held by I'rhuo Evans. ' M. L. fieott "has sold his Intorcst in the Mcrcur Miner to a stock company but will remain In the employ of the company for some time. Yes, that's what we Bay, Utah county should hfivo n place on the delegation which wl'l be sent from Utah to tho St. Louis convention. Whiskers that aro prematurely gray or faded should be colored to provent the look of age, and Buckingham's ye excels all others in coloring brown or blnck, The Republican county committee o this county has called a convention to be held at Bprlngvllle on April 2nd. The convention is composed of T,2 delegates. Lehl is entitled to 31 of that number. Tom Austin will open bis shearing corrals west of Lehl to sheep onncrs next Tuesday, no will employ about thirty-five men and expects tq slioar between (0000 nnd 00000 sheep this season. It Is the Intention oltlie Union Wclfic to continue to run dally alter conference ihe special train which Is put on durlnp conference. .This servico will be 0! great accommodation to the traveling public. Mrs. Robert Marsh and ton left Monday Mon-day afternoon for San Dcrna lino county, California. Mr. Marsh nil', join them in a few wickj and they intend to make their home I'.ie'o in the future. Tho bare of Ayer's Hair Vigor is a re lined uud delicato tluid, which docs not soil or become ranchl bv exposure to tho air, and which it an perfect u Hub-ttltute Hub-ttltute for tho oil supplied by nature in youth and health, as modern chemistry can produce, l'arks' Suro Curs is a ositlyc specific H all diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys. By removing the uric acid in the blood It cures Rheumatism. 6. B. Bastard, of Cartago, 8. Pake., eayn: "I belioye l'arks' Suro Cure excels nil ither medl-tines medl-tines for Rheumatism and Urinary dis-rders." dis-rders." Sold by D. E. Klli.Jivm The Republican State committer Thursday iaiued a call for a ftate convention con-vention to be held in Salt Iiko City on April 7 to elect cix delegates to the national conent!on at St Louis on June 10. There nlll be 622 dclegntts, appointed as follows : lleiner 10; Box Elder, 18; Cache, 32; Carbon, 8, Davie, 11, Emery, 8; Garfield, 0; Grand, 3; Iron, 8; Juab, 8; Kane, 4; Mllard, l.t; Morgan 5; Piute, 4; Rich, I ; Salt Lake, HI; San Juan, 1; Sanpeto, 39; Sevier, 17; Summit, 31 ; Tooele, 13; Uintah, 5; Utah Ot: Wasatch, 0; Washington, 6j Wayne, 3; Weber, 61. The fair that w as held in the opera house Inst week by tho M, I A. n fairly well attended The litlor Hit 'irtlcles of work of nrt,clc prcsonttd Hero iiany, and the fruit nnd Honors w'ere eiy beautiful Tho neulle nork whs lovel; iiihI indicated Hint Lehl is J hleistd with many who nro geniu-.es Aith regard to construction nudnr-i rangcinunt in fine work of this kind ! Had tho fair been hel I in the fall Instead of the spring thcro would have been fir greater display. Axltwns it far outstripped tho expectations of all who saw It, The young people uru to be congratulated on tho eflnrt they put forth, and if they will now announce that next fall they will hold Knottier fair people will commence at once to prepaie for It, and wo feel euro there Is no city in Utah that ran out tioutin regard to all kinds ot product A fine boy was presented to W.T I Taylor by his wife yesterday. All well. I Thedlpthena contiiues in Ar.i4ricjn Tork. The Iv.ud of health has i.loecd tho schools and nil public gatherings. Will Vnughon has tho agency U r the DJauionil Coal the best In the nmrket. Cad and givo it d trial. Car at the U P depot. j.'copio'rf Cop handles Swc antor and Rock Springs Cotil the best .11 this W.jaicrn region. You can alw -s de-.fjJ de-.fjJ on lull weight. iv.ughti, Kennnrd, Belmont, S onoy, MuCauelln and a number of uthe .. from Piovo attended tho meeting o(jonne-vllle o(jonne-vllle lodge, No. 1 1, K. of P. last night. D. 8. Taggart, tho traveling u,ent of tho U. P., gave us a plras.int ration Wednesday. Mr. Taggart la a rustler for his company, over looking after Its Interest. ElUha Day who purchased Dr. Msrri-hew's Msrri-hew's place has built nn addition and will have it repainted and renovated preporatory to Its early uso for a residence. The Union Pacific will give a Conference rato of (1.35 from American Fork and (1,25 from Lehl to Salt Lake and return. Helling dates : April 2nd to 0th, Inclusive. Limited to April 15. "Success is tho reward of merit" not of assumption. Popular appreciation is what tells In tho long run. Pur fifty years, people have been using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and to-day it is the blood-purifier blood-purifier most in favor with the public. Ayer's Eareayarilla cures. A Mr, Duke, a livery man from Heber City, was iu Lehl today after a hotee which had been rented from his stable four days ago and net returned lie found the horse alright In the possession of a Holier City mau to whom it was given to return to Mr. Duko but ho had not been nble to return to Hober as Boon as ho expected. A bill hsd its second rending iu the Senate yesterday giving thollnaidof County Commissioners of each county tho poir.r to appoint tho precinc, registration olllcvrs with tho proviso that each appoiiu.nent ho made from tho dominant paity in tho respective precinct nnd from n list of threo nnmen to be furnished the Hoard of Commissioners Commis-sioners by the precinct chairman of that party. All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of Lebanon, Conn , wau b.uily iilllirtcd with rheumatism' At times It wag so t)Ucio that ho could not stand up strnlght, but was drawn over on one side. "I tried different remedies without with-out receiving relief," ho sayB, "until six months ugo I bought n bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. After using it lor three days my rheumatism wim gouo and has not returned since. For ale by D E. Elllngson, druggist ftlmcn S. Ilnrtninn, of Tminelton, West V.i , has been nubjectto ttaeks of ( colic about onco h year, and would hno I to call a doctor and then cutler for I about twelve hours as much nu some do .when thcydlo. He was taken icrently I just thes.imeas at other t -ies, and 1 oncluded to trv Chninborla 'b Colic, 1 Cholera and Diarrhoea Rein ly lie I bays "I took 0110 ile-e of it ai " Itgtna 1 uih iclief in fle minutes. Th - Ib more ' than any thing else has cvt donn for mo." tor sale by D. K. Mlingsnn, druggist.