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.SXJta&KHBS m ECHO, -- Nr iL MERCHANDISED 3T our 'I'rgntdle! Ajco order get it to Bedrock! I Have Marked, PricesorderDown to that Ikook at These Prices: LADIES, BEAD THIS: w t - r j: 7- -- to And in The Following Goods offer you BELOW C0ST7 in convince you 1 Business.-- 1-- . - YARNS, UNDERWEAR, ETC. Provo Yarns, high colors, per pound $ .60 80 German Knitting Worsted, black and white, per pound German Knitting Worsted, colored, per pound 90 Wool Batting, perpound 40 .60 Canton Flannel Undershirts, job lot, each and 45c. alifornia Flannel Undershirts, red and blue, job lot, each 1.00 Job lot of odds and ends in Underwear at your own price, in order to make room for our large stock of tall goods, A No. 1 Black Corsets, sizes from 25 up, regular price, 75 fr.25, we are vow selling at -- Foil and Complete line ol G roceries and WOOLEN SHEETS, SHOES, CLOTHING- Gowns, Chemise, Drawers, Corset Covers, Etc., I am closing out at Night awayi Below Cost. Come and look at these goods and he convinced. Do not wait for Winter before buying your Babies! Hoods, Childrens Jackets, etc Buy now. while they are cheap, and before the season to pay double. Conle and see my line. sets in, when you will be obliged ' r G ene rai . ATTBITTXOIsn -RAILBOAD.MEIT You cannot Gloves at - A full line of Indian Tan Buckskin duplicate them in this section. -- $1 per pair. Merchandise Alw ays in Stock. 0o ETC. ' en you can Why wait for winter to buy your woolen sheets,-whI fine them now? line of these a have buy alTuirprice goods, which I will sell you NOW at only $t per pair, 1 have just received a fine line of Ladies and Gents Dancing ' Pumps. Call and see them. An Elegant Line of Gents and Childrens Clothing Jnst Received. For a few days I will sell Boys Knee Pants, thrre pair for 50c. Au elegant Line pf Winter Dress Goods Marked Down Below Cost. RemnantCalicos at Almost Nothing. 1 will have a Genuine Clearance Sale and the Couutfrs will be loaded with bargains. IOHH HOPltlN. r v - At, E ,, olbLO. . a dipping solution for sheep, many tons feeding wheat to hogs. He now has being gathered for this purpose alone. about 5tU head on feed and has carefully The plant i. deset ihed as resembling the noted the effect ef the new ration, and bushel a comof e or ordinary tobacco plant in every wty the amount gram per d lot of A -- thwith the exception that the leaves are. pared with fite usual and almost univerwas shipped from the Tiewauke mine sal feed, corn,- - In brief his conclusions ol smaller and the considerably plant Tuesday, the first lot taken 'out and less are that a bushel iK wheat, ground not stately growth. Kalina press. shipped from that property under the gain of 18 to 20 too hne, will bring excitement-wa- a Considerable caused direction of the 'new foremanMr, the in hog, against 10 to 12 in Cedar City last week over the an- pounds Thomaa Brown Bingham Bulletin. of corn. The HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE STATIONERY. COALVILLE. nouncement that W, J. McBurney, L. pounds gain for' a bin'll! 06 head of fold A rich mining ayndicate ia negotiating M. Harwood in question David Carswell had gentleman aud for the purchase of aorne rich new min- located and a good hogs in Chicago not long ago at ffl.65, .Were developing eral properties situated in the moun- mine at Sand been fed on wheat, the wheat Springs thirty nules west that had tains, east of Brigham. Jf tha .deal of Cedar City. Col. Andrew Corry and thereby averaging him L60 per bushel a very fair price even in flush times. proves a go just lookout for some big the editor of The Record were the first Hia method is to grrind the A heat not miuing developments hereabouts to visit the scene of the" discovery, and Bugler. too Brigham fine, and feed dry in self feeders. spring. the showing made was so good t'lat Track laying will commence on the they at once secured extensions on both In feeding torn it has iieen found proonlv w much Sanpete Valley Railway extension next ei,jH 0j their group of claims, which are fitable to allow Uie hogs With a self w ell. of rails clean will first as the shipment up they si named the Crown, the Crown No. 2 and Monday, and Iron Th coines feeder in plenty of good pasture will anlveon Saturday. the Crown No. 3. Iron Co. Record. w ater, the hogs get alt rJe wheat they from the Pueblo steel works. Thera it Captain Thomas Deuris, the aeil HEALERS IS- it so every prospect that the Sanpete trains known manager at Garfield, died at bt. can use and whenever tliey want of it is wasted. or little none that will eoon be hauling coal out of Morrievery Marys hospital, aged 53 years. The reSome ofhis hog are' making again sons Tribune. mains are at tbw Collins Undertaking on while along of 3 pounds s day, but figurhorse right Jens P. Larsen lost company where they being eubaimed, of 18 pounds for the bant for the slayereof SherifiT Burns, an I until the funeral, notice ofwhich ing a low average gain wheat with busbelof a isogs at only 5 while corral Ha turned the animal intoa will be given later, will lie in state at net 90 cents, would whs.it cents the stopping for dinner with H. M. Fugate the residence 507 North First West. w ill- a 12 pound gain for a bushel w hile the at rushed cow at Perron. A vicious Captain Douris a as a prominent man in ice the horse and gored him to death. It is this city. Nearly everv one knew him ufcorn and hugs at the stuns pi of corn bushel realized the for for will pet price pay understood that the county and his death will be deeply deplored. 0 rents. With cash com would Ja the animal. Manti Meetenger. Captain Douris w as taken to the hos56 cents in Chicago and cash bringing There is no onyx in tae world like pital a week ago, and it is said that at cents, it does not take j wheat ot'iyfit Utah onyx, and there is no onyxln that time he was badly bruised, ilia le figure out itlieouilician an astute Utah like that in the Snowball mine In friends think there may have been some wbi. h is the lie profitable ration. from (otil play and theie1' maybe an investi(ireen eanyon, about seven miles full of low Tins country discovered r wheat, and (hern isie a shortage ofpriced gation today. Herald. corn Logan. Robert Murdock while a and this mine some months tgo beats the world w hat a woman no and the price is high. If the expen-enc- e It interest in Jo when she back disposed of gets it into her head that of the gentleman as above set fmth thst property to Messrs. A. C. Burton she is a bigger man than her father. A is any criterion there is neither sense and D. L. Kichum of Salt Lake. Logan young lady living near t lieu wood pUwted 1.50 nor. necessity in the indiscriminate , Kali on.. three acres of potatoes last spring, did marketing of pigs Uipt has been going From Sheriff Brown of Utah eonnty has no- - all the cooking and sewing for the on for the past six weeks and Nebraska that here milked the fed on calves tie four tilled police department cows, Rich! Delicious! family, and Iowa fsrmera with stuck hogs he has picked up three boyewho gave J and pigs and chickens, shot a uiouiitaua hand might profit by trying the exAT THI WORLDS FAIR, CHICACO. HONORS HIGHEST their namee as John Williams, aged 8 i;on anJ three polecats, attended thirteen periment. It will certainly pay so long AWARDED Airwhen anU supplied in Original Patent Genuine only dances, read five novels snd set up live as hogs are high and wheat is low.- yearepWilliamMowe, agedSyeais, ' . name: said are 9 bearing growers They with each Sb week years. Canisters aged beau. 'John Howe, her j nsp,t tight I A OmA Appetite have run away from their homes in thtchampion wrestler in the neighbor-thiscit- y, arfd health, good snd followed abend of Gypsies j lift a heavier weight than Always accompanies an Absence of sppetite is an . indication from here. The hoys are being held at j tj,e , longest young man in the county. of These delicious Teas are used in almost every home, something wrong. The universal is unanimously de. Prero pending the receipt of news from J Added to these accomplishments, die ie testimony given by those who have 1 Old Country. Liptons No. the merits lan Produce. j a skillful pianivt and World their parents. Herald, The Tea fine portrait used Hoods Sarsaparilla, as toits Finest The to be TIN-SHO- P. - had best in restoring the appetite, aim as a puri- . 'larcd ' ghs is barely 16 year of age, having painter. The Kalina girl fier of the blood, constitutes the strong-emflSGHiEjii recommendation that can ic urged sow yecently emigrated from Europe, leaving eok to their laurels. To use a slang Home-mad- e Tinware, Stove fond parents, behind. Boor, yielding expression, tney are not in it. Salim for any medicine. 95. CORDOVAN, UTAH. CALK CITY. PARK Retail a y HENCH4 biliousseducerwse Press. and nil Her liver young fell! Bath Pills cure ills, she Hoods Agents, Wholesale Tubs, Garden Pipe, girl, . Fh CALf AKASfSASl Hck bead ness, indigestion. jaundice, Galvanized Iron, devil, who has the name of having Sprinklers, rXEDI.NO WHXATTO HOC. 9 3.U P0LICF.3 Sous. ache. 25c. lately played capper la betray friends Zinc, Copper and Sheet-- for a gang of circus .thicket here, aud Tha Iadlaaa rermer Talla WM Ha Dm, Our GL Iron Work, etc., made and W Ilk Tb, 2.,L7iBOYSSCHCS5HOaL mHM wae afterwards kicked eut by them withIbroiigH passenger trains, through . Repaired by the ChiLADIES There has been an unusually .largo freight trams, quick time n out pay for bis dirty work. The fellow and Northwestern CUSS ACCOSMODtTIOH from Illinois, Indiana and cago, Union Pacific IIESJ waa forced to marry hit victim last Fri-- - demand Line to the principal cries east of the SCWO FOB CTXUKOE ' , day.' God pity tha poor girt! 'The devil Oinu farmer for stock hogs this in in- Miseourt River. AND TRAVELER OR TOURISTS WLDOUGLAS, ' uch foul betrayers! Brigham ner, and almost daily abipuisnts are BROCKTON, MASS. - K9TICK TO LOCATWIM. ' L. hive " being mads to these state.-Th- ey fcy Bugler.- eefc.t.g vM M, av, PeBgillft rhRMs . Shop, one block east of Stakfc Do you intend to locate an v coal, min iBliufctMrrr M Ti.riigat Ts t. lb It is net generally known that tobacco plenty of corn there, but manyin of the ertd CEMETERIES. FOR or make .n th. iorld. Bt Times. VUE the House. Coalville, Utah. ; any claim, la of Utah. farmers are buying the hog order Biles orrotkqusrry Keeping sections in variona wild N grows desert land, houiesteaU or timber ea A Glenwood gentleman informed a Press to utilize on a profitable basis their Inca? If so consult W, F.Kmith, County I Lit AM BEKWER, m plus wheat stores, Clerk, Coalville, faifore making onf A HOME ENTERPRISE. reporter this week that a species of the how save teil to lie will have bench the Ilsosiers and who been yon Among filing Proprietress. tobacco plant grows on all the Krs. Ljila I. Walker, nd money in doing eo mke T:ik 1,0 c - Bold hy ,ny oh.r lands about that place, and that R is here lately after stock hogs was a prom- time ' ffetary PabUe, ee- dealer cannot .upply you, we CHAS.'HWEST, w and mix farmer stockman ith it inent a will for wliose "m4 short in. name appear prel shortly gathered by the farmers who Dealer, arrahty IWd, Vofieettona Ud. Prioes gsaroaahla. Utah. here. Agents wamted, Apply t once. the genuine article and use it for smpk-U- g northern Indiana, who save a wry ln I line of justice blanks for sale at Th i Co , Utah 'summit County, Summit ; Htffice. of his account Times Hoytsville, in used in making terssting also erpeyienca is It purpose. BRIEF TERRITORIAL ITEMS. higti-grad- twe-carloa- OYDENSDRUSjjTORE. Always On Hand rCH Iumpy tove. 1 at the Prescriptions Filled. MINE WILSON BROS. $2.00 150 PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY r 111 111 Lump, per ton two-tbir- $2.00 -- Stove, per ton The Tea Cardens. Direct Fragrant! - Nut, per ton .50 1 At the Mine. IPTON, TEA PLANTER, CEYLOfJ. -- & ' pl s. mm W. L. Douclas S3 SHOE.:..". tup PEOA HOUSE. s 1 7 feoa; Joseph Jones, TINNER.