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I pay cash F lit FAT CALVKS, N EAT CATTLL, FAT Hues, til ICK KNS, TURKKYS. En-. Ere. o : Call ;it my place : o HARRY WEBB, SPRING VI LLE - - - - I'TA II How to Invest SAVINGS SECURELY and Profitably : o Place them in tho Midland Loan & Savings Company. fin me follorai Airais will PrjJica -: I t'mn- Miarcs Monthly, Yearly To'.il pound I 'sir deposns1 ciep is nep is pronis mile "2in "T "KU.su" H7.'ie .Vf! 10 I H'KH a..'ifl I (SO m I .V.'s (Kl 47-.'.t)U I n:i in 10 Our Heoll l'eiituroii No membership fee; No withdrawal "it; No tines (m Investment stoek; ft definite conl met - no uii'crt ultity ; A KUi.rant.ee that in case of dent h of member mem-ber all money paid will lie returned to hi:-helru.. hi:-helru.. Fur fwii.tr tiai tlnilnrt npulii In J. M. WESTIOOD - Local Treasurer. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. ZION'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, DR. Q. W. SHORES, Con ml ting P.iyildan. This Iaatltutdon is duly lncor. p orated under the laws of Utah, with ft capital stock of $50,000.00, end is specially devoted to tho treatment and cure of all chronic, deep-seated and wasting1 diseases which have so long baffled the general practitioner. Absolutely the finest equipped Institution In-stitution west of Chicago, adapted (or either mail or office treatment. Undsr personal supervision of Dr. O. W. Shores, (originator of tha $ 5.00 a month fee for Chronic disease) dis-ease) whose Ek.ill and experience have made this institution famous la the treatment and euro of: CATARRH, ASTHMA, DEAFNESS, BRONCHITIS, KIDNEY AND LIVER ILLS. PILES, CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA, WEAK STOMACH, BLOOD AND SXIN DISEASES, RHEUMATISH, FEriALE DISEASE3. M:'V0U3 DEBILITY, FITi. E CURI.D .... PERMANENTLY. q-j AMONTHFOfc All. THE ABOVB DISEASES. A Special dtptrtmsnt for treating diseases of Men. Lures guaranteed. Offices 34 Esit Second South Street, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ip vj'j Liva our op iowih WRITE D3. O. W. .SHCRBJ, Lock Box l.lSj. bout I - TIMETABLE FOR SPKINtiVILLE. VTAH. CO". NO WEST Ko I. Pari Ik mall...; .. I. v. 11:03 h. m. To fall Lake, Ok den mil (,o Coast. "No. V I'nvtcncer lo Ogdcu I.v. 3:t.s p. in. No. 8. I'asseuger T.v. fl:il p. m. No. W, Leave .V. a. m. (mixed) dully except Sunday. Eureka and all Tintfc xlut.. No. 3. I'acWtc limited I,v. T: 44 p.m. - to Salt Lake, (igdrn and the Coin. t. No 7. Leavft;l5a. in.. Suit Lake Lily. WOING EAST. No.S, Atlantic Kxprens I,v. lll:U."ia.iu. to P. Y. Junctioii mill Colorado points No. Vwv and mail I.v. :i:m p. in. From Oitrten to all Sun I'etw points. No. 4, Chicago limited I.v. U:t p. in. . H. BABC'CK'K. Traflle Managor. P.C.DODGE. V. A, WADLEUJH, General Manager, On' Passenger A gt ErTbody 5aj So. CascareU Candy CaUim-lie. tlio meat wonderful won-derful mod foal liseoerv of the. upe, pleas-ant pleas-ant ami reftvstiinir to iho lame, net gently nod positively on kidney, liver nnd lxnvels, rlcanaini; the entire, s.tsb'm, dlsiiol t( i'., ruin headache, lever, Imhltital t'onittipni.fon and bi'loiine. I'leoao buy and try a box ef C. C. C tonlovj III. !.". MHent. bold and (uaruutocd to cure by " druggists. RUPTUtl 15. Leu rull'T, (.f Oakland, was in inwti Momlay. Miss Georgia Nesbit went back to Eureka Saturday. Miss M.tu I Fuller is home again from P. V .Iiincliori. Mr and Mrs. K .1. El wards left fur Ca.-dlc Gate Mmi lay. Miss May DangerrLdd returm:;! to Salt Lake, via Provo, Tuoday. ;.((. (iroi sleek is driving tlclivcry wajjiai for i. S. Wo id M .rcuil ile Co. Isaa" Allrctl has niovcil liis family from ( lakiand to Sps mvilic for tlic winter. Mrs. Toles, of Salt Lake was visiting visit-ing Miss Nidsoti, mat roti of l lie Ilunei ford, this week. fioo. Woo.l anil vvife redinieil lo Salt Lake, Mondav. Wlii!" hero they spent, a few days at Kelly's Kanc'i. Moll H.Miiionil left. Sunday, for Cliicat,"). He fiis in the employ of John AIvch, wdio is making a shipment ship-ment of slifep to that point. II 'h.T (J io Im uison. a yoiin railroad rail-road ma:i known i:i Silina is in t i i hospital at Salt Iik': City dangerously dangerous-ly ill witli typhoid fever.- Silina Press. Newt Crandall rrtiin e I from a trip to Soda Springs, Idaho. Me is very intich pleased witii that country and is thinking strongly of nuking his home there. 1!. V. Johnson has just completed ihehriek work on Iliehard Palfrey man's residence, and will begin work on an addition to Dan Payne's home in a few days. L. I). Crandall left for Price, Tuesday Tues-day morning, where he will he employed em-ployed for some time buying grain for Uuylanee, Spring viile's enterprising enter-prising produce dealer. , No man or woman can enjoy life or accomplish much in this world while suffering from a torpid liver. De-Witt's De-Witt's Little Fatly Risers, the pills that cleanse that organ, quickly. Meneray & Co., City Drug Store. Miss Pearl Kither went to Salt Lake Thursday to join a theatrical company, com-pany, but returned Friday as the company wil nit go out for a week or tin, on account of flie illness of the wife of the manager, Mr. Trent. . The Christian Endeavor society of Springville held a missionary meeting for the henellt, of thr famine sufferers of India at the Presbyterian chapel. Sunday evening. A pleasing pro(,M am was rendered to a fair sized audience. A Grand Fair Concert Hall will be given at the Spanish I'ork pavillion, Friday evening Sept. 2i. Darton's full (juadrille baud of lVovo will furnish the music. The proceeds of the dance go to the County Fait fund. The dance should be well ii-atronieif by Springville dan-ers. The 'T.icyclist's Rest Friend" is a familiar name for DeW'itt's Witch Hazel Salve, always ready for emergencies. emer-gencies. While a specific for piles, it also instantly relieves and cures cuts, bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all ar'ections of the skin. It never fails. Meneray & Co., City Drug Slorw. Next Sunday evening Rev. Jay Piuden, who is to he,,'in colportage work in Utah, traveling with a gospel wagon, will preach in the Iiaptist Mission Hall. Rev. Prudeii is a young man lull of enthusiasm and we expect great things from him. D not fail to hear him Sunday eve. at :V) oYlnck. Win. P.i'owii met with what came near being a very serious accident last Fiiday while getting a load of sand at the sand bed owned by Mrs. Inez Love of Provo. He was at work loading his wagon, when a large nuantity of the clay bank which had been undermined fell and buried him up in such a manner that he could not extract himself until hetpcanu. Ilisleg was tUlte severely bruised but otherwise he was not much hurt. "My boy erne, home from school one day with his hand badly Ucerated ami bleeding, and suffering great pain," says Mr. E. J. Svhall, with Meyer Rros.' Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. 'I dressed the wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain Ralni freely. All pain outsell and in a remakrably short time it healed without leaving a scar. For wounds, sprains, swellings swell-ings ur.d -rheumatism, 1 know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. 1 consider it a household necessity." The 2.1 and 50 cent size fur sale by C.J. Peterson. A young lady of Millard recently accepted a young man's invitation to go out riding. Daring the drive the subject of furtune telling was introduced intro-duced and he asked her if she believed In palmistry. She replied, "I believe if I could see both lines in one of your hands I could foretell that we would have a most, delight ful time during the drive." The young man Immedi ately took the two lines In the right hand and t he situat ion In the left, and the "delightful time" was realized. Now all young ladies w ho take buggy rides will please not claim the credit of this palmistry performance, for it is known that some of them take the lines in their own hands while the gentleman holds the "situation" with both hands. Millard Progress. 1!cmoi:s intii;: Ri.O'jn, boils, pimples, pim-ples, M'iofula sores, are protnpt-y eradicated by Hood's Sarsapariila, the One True Wood Purifier, nerve tonic and he:i!t!i builder. Hood's Pii.i.s are easy ,, take, easy i.iopi'r.'Uu Cmv indigestion, biliousness, bilious-ness, -"'. Councilman J. S. Sv-ott arrived Irene Thursday night from his trip east. Subscribe for and send remittances to the Sait Lake Ti i Initio through its lot al agent, V,. N. Jordan. , A large dclegati m of Springville's young people at tended I. he masquerade 'Herat Spanish Fork Friday night. Mrs. R i.v Packard was in camp a lew days this week visiting her husband hus-band at the North Star. -Silver City Star. Refuse all substii utes, and iiseonlj Hewlett Bros. Three Crown Raking Powder, pure ground spices and Triple extracts. A temperance meeting for ehildien was held on the public, square under the auspices of the VV. C. U. of Springville Spring-ville Friday afternoon. Milan Packard of Hie Star Cons, cam.: up f:om Springville last Saturday Satur-day to look after operations on that property. Tiutic M iner. Two boys from Springville got on a "bender" here yesterday evening and upset their buggy, smashing it, up considerably. Pay son J lobe. A large company of teamsters from Salt Lake passed through Springville yesterday, on their way to Scndeld where they will haul niin'ng timbers. Lew Harrison and Will Storrs arrived arriv-ed in town, Tuesday night from the camp of Harney Dougall's surveying outfit, now located about P miles from Kvanslon. Prof. Ilraliar, of Montana, who has opened a school at Provo, gave a lecture on education in thiscity Sunday Sun-day evening at the Seventh Daj Adventist hall. Sigmund Rachinam and Frank Ii. Pilz, two cyclists who left Vienna, Austria, September 10, 1S!K!, for a trip around the world, passe I through Springville Saturday afternoon. He sure and hear Rev. .fay Prudeii next Sunday eve at the Baptist Mission Hall. He will bo sure to interest you for he is voting and full of life and zeal for Masters cause. Leo and Mi ll Hariner, Owen AVaU-ers AVaU-ers and Hurl Royer, four of Springville Spring-ville young met) who left the town several nights ago in search of adventures, adven-tures, tiro reported to b. In California. Moments are useless if trilled away, and they tire dangerously wasted if consumed by delay in eases where One Minute Cough Cure would lu ingi Immediate Im-mediate relief. Menkuay & Co., City Drug Store. L. N. Scoville, butcher, is now open to engagements. People w ith pigs to kill should sec him, and have a good clean job done. Price. 50c. Will butcher at his place or at custoiuei's place, tit the billet's choice. Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and daughter of Springville were the guestsofMr. and Mrs. Thus. Parry the front end the week. They visited the Hot Pols and cp joyed their sojourn so-journ in this city very much. Wasatch Wa-satch Wave. Running sores, indolent ulcers and similar troubles, even though of iikiiiv year's standing, may be cured by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salle. u sonnies, sireugi tiens ana neais. it i is the great, pile cure. Meneray & Co., City Drug Store. On Sunday, Sept. there w ill be a special train from Salt Like to the Tint ic district via the Rio Grande Western R'y. A rate of $1 for the riflind trip will be made from Sring-ville. Sring-ville. Return speeidl will leave Silver City at 4;.'U) p. in.. Mammoth 4:45 p. ni., ;yid Eureka at t! p. in. . Jk-yii know that tho ne v proprietor proprie-tor of the Hotel Royer makes a specialty spec-ialty of Sunday dinners? Well, he does, and you should give your wife a little rest mice a week by stepping in and getting a first-class meal for less than it w ill cost you to cook it. Leave your order Saturday evening, or early Sunday morning. Dinner hours, from I to 2 o'clock, p. in. Take Simmons Liver Regulator to prevent illness from the Malarial poison which comes with the Spring months. Simmons Liver Regulator is a mild laxative tint cleanses the system and purities the blood. An excellent alterative and tonic for the Spring. "1 have been very much improved im-proved in health by taking Simmons Liver Regulator." M. Newport, Williamhurg. Ky. Thursday night while Miss Madge Whiting and her little brother were returning from Provo in a cart they met a covered wagon and turned aside to give it the road. As Miss Whiting reined into the track again a led norse, attached to the wagon plunged Into the cart, knocking It into smithereens. smith-ereens. Neither of the occupants were hurt except for slight bruises. If the driver of the wagon had given a decent share of the road as he pass-ed pass-ed lit) trouble would have resulted. E. R. Johnson is down from Draper for t couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arrias returned to Salt Lake, Saturday. P. E. Houtz is working in the tax collector's office at Provo. Mrs. Storrs, wife of the county sheriff, is reported to bo ill. Wantep-50 people to eat their Sunday dinners at the Hotel Royer. Springville has a new druggist: he arrived Wednesday at the home of Karl Tranchell. Fred Richati Aits over from Provo i'uesdav. Fred is a printer, but is contemplating reform. Cotii t Starr and wife were down from their ranch in Juab valley, visiting visit-ing relatives this week. The city road supervisor has put down new plank on the City's end of I he bridge across the mill race. Roj hi nee has shipped a car load of potatoes, one car of oats and two of fruit from Springville this week. The infant son of R. Y. Johnson died yesterday of summer complaint. The funeral will be held today at 4 o'clock. If you want to subscribe for any paper, magazine or book, drop in lo Tiie Independent (Dice and set about it. Professor and Mrs. Rydalch gave a reception to the Public School faculty last Friday evening. It was a very enjoyable affair. If you are going to buy anything in the furniture line go to Molcn & CalTrey's and get their prices before going elsewhere. Will Packard came in from Silver, Saturday. He Is slightly indisposed and will stay in town a few days until his health improves. Cyrus Sanford brought to this office a stalk of corn which stood 12 feel high. Six feet from the ground it carried an ear It inches in length. Amasa Ilaymond has been threshing thresh-ing grain at Spanish Fork the past two weeks. During that time he has threshed 10,000 bushels of grain for the lucky fanners of that burg. Archie Graham, the genial barber who has been putting the shine on the boys faces at Wood's barber shop, left for Salt Lake, Wednesday. He made a good many friends among the b iys w hile here. Certainly you don't want to suffer with dyspepsia, constipation, sick headache, sallow skin and loss of appetite. You have never tried De-Witt's De-Witt's Little Eirty Risers fur these complaints or you would have been cured. They are small pills but great regulators. Meneray & Co., City Drug Store. The wedding bells have again given forth their merry music, this time in honor of the marriage of E. J Edwards Ed-wards of Castle Gate and Miss Ella Whitmorc of this .city, hist Thursday night. The ceremony was performed at the home of Mis. Johnson, in the Third ward, by Bishop Loynd. This accounts for Mr. Edward's pre-occu-picd air, spoken of in last week's paper. The happy couple will make their home in Castle Gate for a time. The Independent extends congratulations. congratu-lations. Elliot Jordan of The Independent has received a communication from John W. Conley, who is at Butte, Montana, stating that he had received receiv-ed letters from friends in Springville, in which it was stated that Salt Lake papers had contained accounts of the arrest of Jack Cooley on the charge of burglary, and that, seme of his acquaintances ac-quaintances here thought he was the man. For the benefit of his many friends and acquaintances here Mr. Conley wishes The Independent lo state that he was not the man, and that he had been in liutte ever since March 5, 1SU7. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cii.se of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halt's Catarrlnp- Wo the ttiiAs .ve known V. S. ( honey ho-ney for the last h years, and believe him perfectly per-fectly honorable In alt buainos transactions unit rhumelally able to curry out any obllga. tloiiH uiado by theft- Arm. West Tiutax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Wauhno, KiNSAN & Mahain, Wholesale Druuslsts, Toledo, O. 1 bills Cat ulr pariVillW,, Internally. aet-Ina aet-Ina dlreelly uieeil of alood and mucous sur-facesof sur-facesof the syiK'" Price. T.V. per bottle. Sold by all DruKBlsis. Testimonials free. Marrlase licenses Granted. The following marriage licenses were granted Dy the County clerk since last report: Godlep Smith, aged 30, and Clarrissa E. Hancock, aged IS, both of Payson; Thos. F. Marsh, aged 25, and Maud E. Hootcn. heed 18, both of Payson; J. R. Nelson, aged 25. of Lehi. and Ida Gaff, aged IS, of Vernon, Tooele county, James Perry, aged 22, of Sandy, and Maggie Lodcr, aged 20, of Pleasant Grove, and Chas. II. Carlisle, aged 24. of Heber, and Amelia Snow, 22, of Provo. Two (iooil Things. "77'' for Grip and Colds; No. 10 for Dyspepsia, Indigestion and weak Stomach; 25c each, at all druggists, gttffliiiinttttmitimiiiitimitiiitw"' 1 100 Envelopes I I for 60 cents Or just 20 cents more than they would ccst you elsewhere and WITHOUT return card printed on corner. Let us print atrial 100 for you. If you use printed envelopes your letters will come back if directed wrong. e S 46 -CALL AT The Independent 43 SPRiNCVILLE, es-A i! WANTED-TltrSTWOltTin AND aCI ive gentlemen or ladies bo tinvnl for responsible, established house ill I tali. Monthly 2 a no expenses. Posit ion steady. Reference. Enclose self-addressed stamp d envelope. The ItomcnUm Co.. IMpI, 1 , hutw BUSINESS I5IUF.FS. Sewing machines from $24 to $28 at Molen & CalTrey's. Mary -"Oh, say! where did you get that pretty cloak?'' Jane "I got it at II. T. Reynolds'; they have the iinest line of cloaks you ever sav.' Mable "Mother, let's have Mr. Anderson come and photograph our pretty pansy bed, and have the picture framed to hang in the parior." Mother "Capital idea. I will see to it at once." Farmers take your wheat to the Springville Roller Mill and exchange it for Hour, which is as good as you can get any where. Wood & Clark still wield the razor and will give all who come to their! parlor a first class share. Lovely dishes. Attractive Linoleums. Fioor Oil Cloth patterns. Fiue loloi clothing, just in at Royer & P.rinhurst. Thomas Child does all kind of mason work in first class shape, and his prices are reasonable. Wm. Roylancc is paying cash for dried apples, eggs, potatoes, wheat and grouse. 25 cent meals are still in vogue at the Star Restaurant at any hour of the day. A huge new stock of gents and ladies shoes just opened at II. T. Reynolds. Call and see them. A good clean shave can be had at Manwaring & Brown's barber shop for 15 cts. Cneap percale remnants. Window curtain lace and scrim, new and cheap. Mens cheap work shirts, and a few home made crocks left at Royer & Bringhurst. To Curt Coiistlpntl.nl Forever. Take C isiaieta Candy Cathartic. lOcorffiSc It U. C. C. lall lo cure, Urugifts refund money. City Council Meeting. The City Council met in regular session, Monday night, Mayor Deal presiding. All the members were present except Mr. Scott. A communication from Will Huntington, Hunt-ington, offering for sale a suitable piece of land for a hurrying place for dead animals, was received, and referred to the committee on Public Improvements. The following bill was then allowed and ordered paid: Alma E. Roy lance, 2086 feet of lumber, $29.15; John Con-over, Con-over, for one month's street sprinkling, sprink-ling, $:17.50 The rest of the session was taken up with ordinances, and the following were passed: An ordinance defining the duties of City Marshal; An ordinance defining the duties of Assessor and Collector; An ordinance defining the duties of Mayor: An ordinance relating tolxmdsof the City officers; An ordinance defining the duties of the City Council; An ordinance pertaining to the removal of city officers. The Council' then adjourned until the next regular meeting. OFFICE OF- UTAH. 2 M. A. Miner, Proprietor. Standard Jfleat iMarket. 1: Wholesale and Retail Dealers In MEAT S Fresh and Smoked Meats of all Kinds. . -. . . . Cash paid for fat calves. Free delivery C. E. ANDERSON, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER, Dealer in FRAMES, PICTURE FITTINGS and GLASS'dn all sizes, Pictures copied and enlarged by home artists Pictures of family groups, residences, stock or any ub-ects ub-ects taken on the spot. Keep your Woney at Home. STRING VILLE. - - UTAH. 'T Hotel Buyer, i J. COVERT. Mgr. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per day. Free Hack to and from trains. Have a Sample Room and Home-Mke place for travelling men. SPRINGVILLE, - - - - UTAH. WANTED TRl'STWORTHY AND ACT-ive ACT-ive gentlemen or ladies to travol for responsible, established house In Utb. Monthly tti." nnd expenses. l'olt ion steady. Reference. Enclose self-addressed utamped envelope. The LHtminUm ('., Dryt. 1", ChkaQV UTAH COl' XT V SILK. AGownofit Will Be On Exhibition and Worn at the Fair. Mrs. II. M. Dougall called on Tbe Independent this morning and ev hibited for the benefit of the scribe the material from which, the ladie of Springville will construct an elegant tea gown, which will bo ex hibited and worn by the lucky winner for one day at the County Fair. The fabric from which .the gown will be made is native hand woven silk, made in Provo. it is a piece of the white silk bunting which was left after making the flag sent to tb World Fair at Chicago by the ladies of UUb County, The art work on the gown will be done by Mesdimes Martha Roshard, Anna Johnson, Cordelia Caiter and II. M. Dougall, and it nr doubt will be an elegaat piece of work. Who shall wear the gown will be decided by lot at an entertainment given by the Sericultural Society of Utah County. A Carnival will' be given to the Queen of the Fair ty the lady wearer of the gown on Thursday, October 14! One of the interesting an comical features of the attair li that ir a gentleman should draw the gown he of course will l resent H to some ladv cf his choice whom It will St. If a lady should bo the lucky one and unlucky enough to not fit the gown, she will have to prescut It t some one whom it will fit. '