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fKE 3?;li;n!LLE illDEPEIi jNT Williji P- Gibwa, Blitor mi Mnagr- Entered tit tho )n( oIHee ul Sprlnirvllle, Statu for trnmllon through the mailt u iMoad-cltue matr. Issued Brpry Thursday Morning. TE3YI3 O" 3U3303IPTI0N. On yar, . - - fl.OO Six months, - - 100 Thre months. " .75 J.!- 11, . L . 1I1A9I-PBESS ASSOCIATION The "Uisiinu beur" in likely to fasten his tefth in tin neat of Emperor William's jmnta if lie does not stop rattling his China A grainl move'!' nbout to he mmle on the checker hoard o! Suit Lake's public ofli.-e. hy abolishing the ollico of Chief of-Police. of-Police. Oiimhlinis becoming "dnnl easy" in Oltri. On man ami m six-shooter imido a html of $100 in one short dewl lust Saturday. Public opinion is again trying try-ing to intimidate some of our law-tuaken. It shows iUrlf in ono instnnce by inisrepieseiit-ing inisrepieseiit-ing Mr; lliwlins on the annexation annex-ation question. The Iron County Record is now four ytara old, mid its editor edi-tor snys it Cfu out pace, buck Larder and kick 'higher than any other four-year-old in the Sittto.. Goodl Shake. The 'Vernal Express i now ftix years old, and is a vigorous, hustling youngster. Uintah county has no better exponent of her resources, and Tht Ex press would be it credit to many much inoro pretentiouslocalities Tho editor of the Piute Pio-netr Pio-netr say's he did interview theadvancs agent of prosperity on tho occasion of the hitter's visit to Maryavale, an! state further that tho a. o. p. made a decidedly' pessimistic talk, lie evidently held out no false hopes to the P.oncoi man. The Provo Rural Press is raising a roar at the way the postotlice in that village is being conducted, Brother Scott enjoy en-joy fun as well as anyone, and no doubt gets lots of amusement out of bis fellow editor, Postmaster Post-master Graham, of the Cn-quirer. Cn-quirer. Ogden is about to have a fu gn r factory in her vicinity. We wish her success, but caution cau-tion her to be shrewd in the move or Salt Lake will want to take it into her greedy grasp, like many other enterprises which Ogden has boomed for her. Do the "right thing" Salt Lake, and, if you are anticipating anticipat-ing moving Ogdan's new enterprise, enter-prise, take it in its youlh, and rear it through the teething and howling days of its infancy. The Provo' Utonian is no louger published by Skelton, Maeser & Co., that concern be-ing be-ing dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. Maeser and Tho Utonian The Utonion will still be published pub-lished by Mr. Macser ns a straight-out Democratic organ. When' it first came to Provo The Utonion was a bright, lively, live-ly, sheet, but of late it hasn't been much force, -We hope to see it brace up again, not because be-cause it Is ; Democratic, but because be-cause Provo needs a good paper. A number of Utah county papers are' 6toring up sorrow for !' themselves by publishing notices of various "drawing," "raflling" and "chance' schemes for the holiduy trades. Anyone Any-one of these is sufficient to bar a paper from the - United States mails. Missing letter contests nre also now put under a ban by the United States postal authorities. au-thorities. This latter will pro tect a good many gullible people who dolibTseeni td care' whether they are protected from swind lers "r not; " So much f r a pat. ernal government: ' ': 'iu. i city r.um'uu , The State and county taxes paid by the City of Spriugville on its city pasture this year amounted to $195. No city tax was levied upon it, of roiirt-e. This piece of property is a good thing in the minds of lots of Spriugville people, but. we confess con-fess we do not mo v herein the charm lays. Lot us eomiderit! for a moment. There are 024 acre-! of land in this tract, some of which is remarkably re-markably good fanning land and some nf w hich is of no use except to swell the number ol acres. The avcrago villus may conservatively set at $20 per acr, or S 1 2,4 SO for the whole tract. The interest on this amount at 10 per cent is $1,248 pr year, which with the taxes added would be $1,4-1 J. Does the City get $1,41 o in revenue from it? Hardly. Let us consider some more. If this trad were divi ltd up into in-to 10 at re farms there would be G2 of them, on which CJ young citizens might settle and create homes for thtmselvts, and by iheir industry add to the wealth of the . community. There would be G2 farmers to pay the taxes on Ihtrir holdings into the city treasury, instead of the city paying out money in taxes each year. The first value of the land, $12,480, would also go into the city treasury, ami, instead ol being dead capital, could be used to pay the public school debt, or to put in electric lights, water works or other modem and revenue bringing improve mcnta. 'As it i now, tho city pasture is a dead weight tied upon tin-neck tin-neck of the municipality by an element of citizenship which does not realize that there hu been any progress in the town since it first settled hero. It clogs development to the extent that it prevents 02 progressive young citizens from making homes for ihemstlvQs where their labors will redound to the bene tit of the municipality. Rather than this, these (52 young men aro compelled to go abroad to locate and epend their energy in t lie up.building of another community. Is this economy? Is it good rense? Is it do.ng the proper thfng by our fellow-men? fellow-men? A Spriugville concern which is evidently preparing to rise with the incoming wuvw of prosperity pros-perity is I lis one managed by Jas Whitehead, Jr. Mr. Whitehead White-head has been at work for gome lime past making a number of modern improvements in the woolen mills, and now turns out some very fine ami durable fabrics. fab-rics. The equipment of the mills is thoroughly up-to-date. His Slats street store is also receiving re-ceiving attention, and is now in charge of Geo R. Whitehead. An important addition to this is a small but very choice and complete line of groceries. A couple of months since, Mr. Whitehead contracted with The Independent for ; a certain amount of advertising space, and tho other day he asked lor rates on additional space, stating stat-ing that he believed in Unscientific Un-scientific use of printer's ink, and as he was now prepared, ex pected to make use . of it. The art of advertising has been reduced re-duced loan exact science in the last few years, and properly used is powerful (actor in trade. Mr. Whitehead evidently evident-ly understands this, and The Independent In-dependent is pleased to bo the exponent of his ideas. The Grand Vallev Times, of Moab, raises a roar last week because of the price paid newspapers news-papers in this State for legal advertising. The roar is well-placed, well-placed, bul tha newspapers here have only themselves to thank. Iu this couuty there has been a class of papers who cut everything every-thing in the shape of n rate which they could get hold of, and all this iu a short-sighted effort to kill one another off. Of course, they not only failed, but exposed themselves to the neces- IJd Beat Uoiwh jrup. Tuu t-L X') Vl - J hi ttiae. poM trr rtrtug- I I Faiili in liooo Tha Crcat Cujco by H cod's Garaa-parllla Garaa-parllla Are Indeed Marvelous. "My husband e.al.'irod v.-1th 8'.otnr.cu trouble bo bad at timet he could not work, lie hat taken Uood'3 Sarsannrilla end it is helping him vonderf ally. lie also bed a scrofulous humor bat Hood'a f.ai-saparilla cured this and he has had r.o troublo with It since. My little boy, too, has been taking Hood's Sanaparilb and it tss given him a good nppetit-. We have great faith In Hood'a Rarsaparilia." Mta J. H. Edwards, 50 Edinburt? Ht., Koeheater. New York. Be sure to get llocd'i because 9 fir?in- parilia l the best iu fact the One True Blood Purifier. Sold by all drupgl-.ts. $1 ; six f ot $5. Hnnd'tt Pillc re the best after-din HOOu S rllla pu, gjd digestion, i -dlnnff sity of either going out of business busi-ness or of being forced to maintain main-tain their own cut rait?. They have learned their lessons some of them have but it is now too lute to niaku the information infor-mation of any service. In I'r.ivo the cut and slash process has been applied so continuously that a man there with printing to give on! expects a bonu.4 ba iore.be places the order for the work. As u result, Trovo has a number of weak, struggling sheets, with not enough vigor in i he whole works to properly represent re-present the town. We have been advised to warn our rraders to beware of those advertisement advertise-ment n which offer prizes for roIvidu puzzles and supplying missing letters of words, etc. They arc only catch penny schemes to entice the unwary, and you will never get buck the value of your remittance, even if it is only ,i two-ee-io postage stamp. A p;uty called Into our orlice yesterday, who had evidence t'f a few cases where parlies had been duped by the scheme. Pay son Globe. The United States postal authorities au-thorities have now taken this matter up, and papers printing such advertisements are forbidden forbid-den the use of the mails. It was a good "giafi" and caught a goodly liOmher of "suckers," but it mustn't do it any more. The seven-mile track between Clear Creek and Soldier Summit, Sum-mit, on which about 200 men have been employed for some time .pn.it, is now completed and trains are expected to be running over the road in a few days. The 11. (J. W. has been employing a large numlnr of men along its lines this year, and it is hoped that they will continue 'with the good work. It is said that this road has had more men employed the past year than for five years previous. pre-vious. jj'jiLg-ie. i UJ Two Spriugville gentlemen who released mortgages in order to avoid a few cents of tax are having lots of fun. The lirst individual saved "two bits," or thereabouts, and, we understand lost the amount of lb mortgage mort-gage soino 'it'O. The other man's sorrows are but just be gun. The n:an who could successfully suc-cessfully beat either death oi taxes doe. not. belong to the race t present inhabiting the earth. The coming of the millenium may perfect him, bul we doubt it. Somelhhii? to Know. It may he worth something to know that, the very best medicine for restoring re-storing the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Iiitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres cen-tres in the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing off impurities in l lie blood. Electric Hitters improves tho appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c or 11.00 per bottle at C. J. Peterson's Drug store. A SENSIBLE TALK Very Little is tiavedou Mail Orders of Eastern tiootls. One would be astonished to learn the amount of money that monthly goes out of even so small a town as Coalville, not counting the merchants. mer-chants. We know that in tlm month of -November over 12,000 was Bent away from here, a great amount of which goes into the cotTers of eastf rti merchants. It is useless to say that this money will never he seen here again. This Is one of the tilings that tend to make money scarce, and it Is by do means fair to the local dealer. He Is the man to whom you look for accommodations when you have no cash to pay, and he it is who should receive ynir p;itronag when you rooa s tine km(!j money. The eastern merchants cannot lie called upon to lide you over a period of short funds; they demand the money with your order. And, after freight, postage, etc., has been added to the bill of goods which you purchase away from home it will ba found that your saving sav-ing is preciou.4 little, if any. Stop the practice and buy from those who contribute con-tribute to the prosperity of the community com-munity In which you live. It Is your duty, as well as to your Lest interests Keep your money at home. Coalville Mail. Do It la Husi nous Style. Why not apply ths same rule in the purchase of your railroad ticket that you would in purchasing other commodities? com-modities? If you could buy silk for l he same price you could calico, you would take tho silk, wouldn't you. The C. M. & St. P. Ity. is the "silk'' between Omaha and Chicago; that is, if electric lighted, steam heated, solid vestibuled trains of the very latest designs and safely appliances, i iinning over a stone ballasted, steel rail track, several miles shorter than any other line, cuts any figure in the case. Through electric lighted sleepers, sleep-ers, Denver to Chicago. Through tourist cart, San Francisco to Chicago. Chi-cago. We lead, others follow. Give us a trial. For time tables, maps, etc., call on or address, L. L. Downing, Commercial Agent, 212 South, West Temple St., Salt Lake City, Utah. Holiday Eietirsioti via Oregon Short Line. One fare for the round trip is announced an-nounced for t lie holidays to ail points on the Oregon Short Line Union Pacific Pa-cific ana .Sin Pete Valley Uys. within with-in 250 ni.les from station at which tickets are purchased. SELLING DATES. December 24th, 2ith, 31st, and January 1st, with final limit of January Janu-ary 3rd, 1S93. Tickets sold on above dales will be good fur continuous passage only. STATE TKACHERS CONVENTION. To be held at Provo, Dec, 27 to 29. 1897. Tickets will be sold Salt Lake to Xephi Dec. 27th an I 23th. From points South of Nephi, 2"th and 27th with final limit Dec 30th. Other special excursions will bo announced an-nounced later in this paper. G. W.Ghaiq, Ticket Agent; Provo. D. E. IIUKLET, G. T. A., Salt Lake City. Educate Your ISoiveli With CHflrBretn. Candy Cathartic, car'? ron in;ii :o:i foreMr. 10c, 5!6o. If V. C. C. fall, riruiu-ifctH refund money M. A. Miner, Proprietor. Wholesale ud Ketull Dealer li. MEAT i Fresh and Smoked Meals of all Kinds Cash paid for fatcalvcs. Free delivery NOTIONS A Complete Miner Building. Cameras At a merely nominal price, the New Yokk Ledokii is making one of the most remarkable Camera offers of the season. They are sending out an immense im-mense number of cameras to all parts of the United States. It i iu realty but : : : : Fjfty Cents for the Camera, with complete outfit for photographing and developing. Send today for full particulars regarding regard-ing this remarkable offer, as it is ex-Ireemly ex-Ireemly limited. The Camera is thoroughly high grade and first-class in every respect, fitted with all modern mod-ern improvements, and Is guaranteed a represented. Address Camera Dri'artmrnt, The New York Ledger Ledger Building, N. Y. City. Standard Peat Market. Prices to WAXTEO-TKirsTWOHTY ANT V.T lv. iitleim-n or lsidlfs to ir-velfor re.)inilie. ! ubliKln-tl house in I. tali. Monllily mid cxpsiisrs. roslthm utemly. Kef ere nee. f 'tie lose self -addressed stamped envelop. The LximinUm Co., Dh- V, (.'nif0 T Hotel Buyer, F. J. COVEKT, Mgr. Kates, $1.60 and $2 per day. fc'reo Hack to and from trains. Have a Sample Iloom and Horue-Mko place for travelling meu. :o: SPRINGVILLE, - - - - UTAH. WOOD & PACKARD Tonsorial Artists. Ail Work Done in the Highest Style of the Art. Comfortable Bathroom Bath-room Attached. Fee 25 cents. Shop Onion Bank Building, Sjrinii 1! Oa.ll on MBS. L. M. MUitPHEY, FOR FALL AND WINTER HATSJ& TAM O'SHANTERS, V.LVE1-S AND RIBBONS OF ALL KIND8 We carry a Full Line of Millinery Goods at the Xo-wet I'rloo. if te IiTOU SAVINGS SE3URELY and ProStably :-o Plac them in tho Midland Loan & Savings Company. Wlat Us following Amounts will Prota-: l II! -'t""- i Shares Monthly, Yearly Tot a pound Par iileposUsdep'tH ilop'ts profits iValue 10 !W I tlii.SO jM17.- f.Vti 40 iinOi) 10 I 5.50 W 00 ;YS IJ0 1 4T2.C0 1000 OurSpeclnl l'eattiroai No membership fi!e: No withdrawal fee; No tines On Investment stock ; A definite contract no uncertainly; A irm.riint.eu that In case of death of member mem-ber all ioiiey paid will be returned to his heirs, t'ut fuiii.er partkxihui opolj to J. M. WESTWOQD - Local Treasurer. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. ' '-Ll l J. R. Dowdell J. II. Kindred Blacksmiths unrl Wheelrights. Carriages and Wagons Repaired. Horse Shoeing a Specialty Work done with neatness and dispatch. : : : : : DEPOT STREET EAR MAIN. TIME TABLE FOR Sl'BIMGVILLE, UTAH. GOING WEPT No 1. PaWfle mall Lr. ll:ttl a. m. To Salt Luke, Ogdon ami the Coast. No. 5. I'ussi'necr to Suit Lake.. . Lv. 3:4S p. m. No. it. Piissenuer I,?. fM p. tu. No. 2S, Leave 5:.Vi a. m. (mixed.) dally exeopt Sunday. Eureka ami all Tlnltc polati. No. 3, l'a'ltto limited Lr. 7:44 p.m. to .Suit Lake, OKdun and the Coast. No. 7, Leave 8;15a. m.. Salt Laka City. UOING EAST. No. 2, Atlantic Express Lr. 10:4fia.m. to 1'. V. Junction and Colorado polnta No . Fuss, and mall L. 11:30 a. iu From salt Lake to all Han l'ot points. No. 4. Chicago limited Lv. D:00 p. m. D. C. l)OIGE. General Manacer, 8. II. IIABCtK'K. F. A. WADLE1GI1, Truffle Manager, Gen" l'msenger Ajt Harness and Saddle Repairing done on short notice. (Saddles, Tack Saddles, flits, Uin(?s and Harness Fixtures. All work Guaranteed : : : : HARNESS SHOP. .Miner l?.ll.lltre. Kmarea t Dow dell $T SALT lAKE&pb Thos. E. Child, Contractor and Builder. JJuiUing work done promptly. Estimate, furnUlied ou short notice. If you want a GOOD JOB DONE AND NO ifTEB TROUBLE give u a trial- Thos. E. Child, SPRINGVILLE UTAH. JOHN W. HOOVER, J ft., MANAGER - Springville Roller Mills- Manufacturer of and Dealer la Flour and Feed. Custom Grinding Specially. Canh Taid for Wheat. Mill North or Sfriitotilul It is worth 15 cents to look nice, Is it not? An easy, clean kbave will make yon look nice, and you an get It it the Barber Shop of Manwabino A Brow, Next Door to P. O. Styliali Hair Outa Always in Stook.. Ten Priyale Mn Roemi- EUROPEAN RESTAURANT No. 3 East Sf.cond South Strut, SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. The Only First-CI-M Restaurant in the Cily. Private Entrance to Ladies' Dlnlug Room - - Louis Berets, Mgr. o l.iiT VUIU HO.'KY'S wonnit SALT LAKH HERALD A BilJiat. Brljhteat and Beet. 2 DAILYtlo.no por annum, or 5 89c per month. A W!M'-WFl"ft v only SIS par yar, or TJo. for ( month. A Subscrlb through looai agent Q TMU H VMiAIiD CO., Salt Laka City. Utah. o W www HUMPHREY'S' CURES No. 1 Fever, Congestion. No. 2 Worms. No. S Infants' Diseases. No. 4 Diarrhea. No. 7 Coughs A Colds. No. O Headache. No. 10 Dyspepsia, Indlgestaon. No. 11 Delayed Periods. No. 12 Leuchorrea. No. 18 Croup. No. 14 Skin Diseases. No. 18 Rheumatism. No. 19 Catarrh. No. 27 Kidney Diseases. No. 34 Sore Throat o. 77 Grip 4 Hay Fever. Tr. ITnnphrtrt' Homaopathlo Haavnt niva at your DraKlu r Mailed Krea. old by dnurirHU, or letit en reeolpt o( Syt-, 0.:U or t. amphr-1'Melc.,d.WlH1aBl a4 Jobs SIS. New York. -; S . aw Doa-t Tobacco Spit oad Smoke lonr Ure Away. To quit tobaaco easily and (orerer. be mai. artic. lull of l.fo uervo and vljon, take No-To-Bac. the woiulcr workei', that waken weak mea trong. Ail Urutsijisia, 50o or II. Cureguaraa-twa Cureguaraa-twa nooklut and ancple free. Addrese Sterling Kemcdy Co., Chicago of Hn Vote.