|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
O oroli Director 7. v srivn: rii :; wzu Kegi-t'ar servic 1 ! :i tn ami r:2-' p 111. Sunday, Sunday Sehoat I t a. m. Ohiistun Endeavor limeiing Wed neUy evcnlux at '7-33. Strangers always welc.cu Rev. A. 0. Todd. Pastor. K. 0. T. 51. Sljringvjllo Tent Jo. 9 meets in re-g re-g liar review every Tuesday evening ai'.'O. Yisillng. Sir Knights male welcome. A. O Pack a ui, Com. Elliot N. Jokdan It. K. P. E. HOUTZ NOTARY PUHLIC roo I'lrsf Poor South uf Harrison's Hole!. : SPUING VI LLE UTAH f you want your Call on- M. F. Minor. Leave orders at Miner's Meat Market. Dress Making Mrs. Vales lias opencil n rlors in the Pank iJ.iiMing, up stairs, whore she will be phased to meet I it- r friend's itii'J ntions who desire work done in THE LATEST FAS!!!0S AXD BEST WORKMANSHIP. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. WATSON HOTTTZ'S in tiiu riui-Q to go fur j our SOAPS, OANDIB3 AND CONJT'EIOTIONEJriTr. Candles from 15c lo 40c.' per Pound. Toilet Soap 3 liars for 5c. Carbolic Soap 25c per bar 2 for 45c. A full lineof Croft. & Heed's Medicated Soaps always on hand. CALL And Sec Us at 1st door South of Harrison' Hotel. I pay cash FOR FAT CALVES, NEAT CATTLE, FAT HOGS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS, Etc , Etc. o-: Call at my place : o HARRY WEBB, SPRINGVILLE .... UTAH ZIOfJ'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE. DR. 0. W. Cmaltlnj Pkyilil.n. Thi Inrtltutteu Is d-vly lneor f eratt-d ndcr th of Utah, irtth a capital rtoek of $50,000.00, ad ia peolally dwvoted t tk traatnw-it nd cure of all chronic, drp-etd end waatlnsr CL.-:ftea which bv 9 U brffled the. gurl practitioner. Aolutly tli finest equipped In-ttttttlon In-ttttttlon ?ftt of Cbioa;o, adapted for eithr mail or oc trntnsnt. TJndsr personal vprvUion of Dr. O. W. Shores, (oririnator of the f 5.00 a month fe fer Chronic dls-ue) dls-ue) whooe iklll and fip.rleuca have wads this Institution fatuous la th treatment and cur of: MS 01 SMOKES, CATARRH, ICONS AND ASTHMA, LIVE! ILLS. OEAFMI5S, P1L83, BRtNCHITiS, CONSTIPATION OYS,'EPSJH- "blood AND -"Smach, SSSases. RHSUMATISn, NERVOUS PCflALB DXBILITY, DliEAAES. nTs. RU PTOHH PERMANENTLY, j q-j a mojtth roa I Q ALL THS ABOVE tl7 DISEASES. A fpidal d p militant for treating disease of Mgii. Cures guarantsaj. Offices 34 ta.t Second Soutii Street, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 3f YJJ Liva clr town mm D9. a W. l.ck Bo i ijgj. sent fni i NXTP.S or TII!i WFKK. A '.,. m and vvmnii f ir -ale cheap, .or cah. A jij t i A Mil M 1 'ON' A LI). James R. Sheen, of Silent, was in town Friday. RidmpTew was down from Maple ton Monday. Miss L'ola S. Kennedy left for lei lioine at Ogdeu Tuesday. Miss Ph mpton lead the services al the Rapt ist Hall Sunday evening. One Minnie Coiiirh (Jure cures quickly. That's what jou w:n t ! (.'. J. Peterson. SeTi!ial Wi ll yr-.i wn and I i vel.v . j.i(; were peram'iulal ing around town Thursday uicht. J mil A Il d.hs, the creamery man, was in town Sunday, looking afLer his huiiies iulerests. The road Hiipervisor has tiecn doin some trood woik this week fixing up I lie str el crossings. A -lieep train con ;ist in ; of 22 cars passed thiouyh SpriaMjle Tuesday U dug E ist, oa the K. (J. V, Wayne J ihnson v. as down from Maplelon Thursd.iv veniny and t ink in the hop at, Reynold's Hall. The Johnson A: Hon;. l);'a:n it u-coaipany u-coaipany left Thursday ni'irn'm far a tour of Sanpete and Seveir couniics. Fruik Driiry is ih- latest c.mveit to t he Maceahiv-s. He made the ac-HuaintaneiMif ac-HuaintaneiMif the outlast Tuesday evening. If you want lo suhM'i ihe for or send remittances to the Salt Like Trillium, Tri-llium, do so through their local agent, E. X. Jordan. The Stut tz Theater csmpany plaved ' Under Two E.ag.s" al ths opera house last I' i iday night. They drew a good house and gave fair satisfaction. The engine on No. 7 passenger train on the Tlntic hraiich broke down at Silver City, causing the t rain to he late at Spi ingville station Monday Mon-day morning. A dance will he given to-morrow night in the l.'-vnolds hail. The old reliable Slj-pard full ij'.iadriile land will furnish the musi-j. Everybody is invited to come out and have a good time. Santa Clans arrived at. C. J. Peter-s:n's Peter-s:n's drug store Sal unlay evening and was exhibited in Hk. show window for an hour or t wo, to the great amusement amuse-ment of the little folks who gathered to see him. The P. Y. A. Cineert company, which was hilled to give :t performance perfor-mance at the meeting house Saturday Satur-day night, on account of a combination combina-tion of circumstances, failed lo givj theireiitertainment. Isaac. Randall went to Salt Lake Monday to have his leg examined. The examination developed the fact that his knee cap was broken, making mak-ing his injuries of a more serious nature than was at first supposed. The dance given by the Happy Hour dam ing club wa not. very much of a success in a llnanaucial wav as the. attenilanee was veiv small, but those who did tarn out had a good time. The Olser, orchestra furnished the music. The First waul M. 1. A. will give a concert at the First ward meeting house next Wednesday evening. A line literary nroi:r.1tii will he ren- dered, the whole to conclude with a rollicking farce itititled "A Mische-vious Mische-vious Negro." The stockholders of the Western Lithograph company held a meet inn at the city hall Saturdoy afternoon, but on account of the small attendance attend-ance they adjourned until 2 o'clock Tuesday, when they again met and made arrangements for the relocating and development or their claims. After hearing some friends continually con-tinually praising Chamherlait.'c Colic, Gholera anil Diarrhoea Lenedv. Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, Caliiornia, purchased a bottle of it for his own use and is now an enthusiastic over iti wonderful work as nnyonecan he. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by C. J. Peterson. J. M. West wood met with what came near being a very serious accident acci-dent last Monday, lie was repaiiing a lock, and was i mining molten lead into it, when some water caiue in contact with tha lead, causing an explosion ex-plosion of the latter, nqeantiiy of which (lew to his face, some of it coming dangerously near his ejes, but luckily did not injure them. The only damage received was some slight burns. Eewarc of Ointment: far Catarrh that Contain "lercury, a mercury will surely ti.Mr.iy the son.-.r of sn.dl aaf! rmnpletriy Ur:iiw i!io vl ilc s-triii s-triii when enti-i'liiK' It UirouiUi the M'liomv surfaces. S.ieli articles .simubl never bo iim J c.u-ipt a in-fucriptlmiM fnim reputable pliyslt'irtiis. :u the dmnaiie liny nil! do Is ton fold to I !n good youe:oiioss!:)))'(liTlo fiwii them. Hall's Cuiarrli I'ure, lnHiuifiieturoi! by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., euntulns no mercury, nud la taken Ititermtliy, iietlntf directly uen the blooil and nmcoussurf.ters of tbe syMem, In biiyln? lull's l'ut:n-rh Cure bo suro you rct tbo rcuiiIiio. It Is taken Internally mid Is mu le In Toledo.Ohlo, by F. J Cheney & Co. Testimonials flee. "Sold by Pm;gWi, price 1'e, nor bottle. Charlie bdii!on. of Oiklarid, wa in iuu ii Tii- ia Win. M. K i.lan e went to l'ays ti iVc.oi?n,.iV. on leislness. ILe ybidy should hear Miss May Babeock. at the City Hall Friday night. Roliert Ann-i, of Salt Lake, was in town this week buying up milch cows and beef cattle. Ed Sparks, Mc! maid's candy man. was in town Wednesday drumming up the holiday trade. Newt Thorno has so far recovered re-covered from his attack of ferer as to be out ..gain on the streets. A Christiu is concert, bv the boys and girls at the Rapt ist Hall on Sunday Sun-day evening al "..'!') p. in. Ever) body welcome. R. P.. Clar'c, traveling representative representa-tive for Cnliln's Packing Cv, of South Omaha, was in town Wednesday. Wednes-day. William Erdruan, of Schena, Mich . has purchased tiie Miner building of Moroni Miner and is thinking of opening up a butcher shop. Friends and relatives gave James CalTrey a very pleasant surprise party li honor of Ins ;2ml birthday. A g rid time was hai by all present,, In publishing the lwt of the, Ma cibee o ill ears in last wick's issue, th ollice of Lieut. Commander, N. 11. Nelson, was oininit ted by accident. Tbe R. V. A. football team will line up against the Crescents at t'rovo Saturday. Round trip fare, Dec. 2."!rd, only $1 25, via. the O. S. L W, E. Culler;, an artist, of Denver, has been in town the past week deco rating fences and buildings with vSigns fur the Co-op Nursery, of Den ver. President Cluif, of the II. V. Academy, lectured at the L. D. S. meeting house last. Sunday evening, un wie suoieci oi ..uuuai improve ment. Mrs. M. R. Ford; Rud. bill's, lil , suffered for eight years from dyspepsia dys-pepsia and chronic coustipat ion nnd was llnally cured by using DeWitt's Li' lie Early Risers, the famous little piils for ill stomach and liver troubles. C. J. Peterson. liynKii .Straw, who was hurt in the niuck Dragon mine, at Silver City hist, week, and is row at. the St. Marks hospital at Sab. Like, is getting get-ting along nicely and doiinr as well as could he expected at last report j. It is easy to catch a cold and jusl as easy to get rid of it, if you commence com-mence to use One Minute Cotiuh Cure, It. cure.' coughs, colds, bronchitis, bron-chitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take, safe lo use and sure to cure. C. J. Peterson. Will Curtis, nf Parowan arrived in town last Thursday, for a visit to his father. Re brought along with him n ten gallon barrel of Dixie wine, which he left outside in Hie wagon oer night. Next, morning, on going to his wag in for the wine, he discovered that during the night the wine had been stolen and the empty keg only remained. Persons int 'rested in home Industry should go and take a look at the show window at Whitehead's store. There are several large, pretty dolls dressed up in the latcsl sti le. The material of which the dresses arc made, with the exception of the trimmings, wa9 made at the Whitehead Woolen Mills and looks good enough for auy of Springvillo's belles. A. M. Whiting, of Mapleton, was the recipient of a pleasant surprise party list Thursday evening, tho occasion being his 50th birthday. Friends and relatives to the number of .'!() look possession ot his house. They brought, along their picnic bas kets tilled with all kind of palate-tickling palate-tickling viands, and a little wine, for the stomach's sake. A line ini-prointu ini-prointu program was rendered by members of the party. Don't h; persuade:! into baying liniments with ut reputation or merit Chamberlain's Pain Ralm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following from L. G. Ragley, Hueneine, Cal., aiecon-siantly aiecon-siantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Ralm, and 1 say so after having used it in my family for several years."' It cures rheumatism, rheuma-tism, lame back, sprains and swellings. swell-ings. For sale by C. J. Peterson. The following people were guests at the Rover House this week: H. W. Miller. J. A. llobbs, Jos G. Yager, T. (r. Rrooks, Fr 1 James and wife. Jacob M. Chaiatopha, I). S. Seequist, Salt Lake; Geo. Star! up, Sam Jepp-sou, Jepp-sou, Steve Ree, Will Ree, H. Knudson, A. Knudson, Win. Raile.v, W. F. De Long, It. II. Ames, Provo; W. E. Cul len, Denver; S. G. llolhert. Clear Creek; Wiiluru E.ilman, Sebctni, Mich.; C C. Larsen, Mayh!d, Utah; Win. HoUnian, Ouray, Colo.; E. Rlood, Nevada; II. E. Sutherland, Provo; W. T. Goiden, Chicago; Paul Morton, Oregon; Clarence Jolley, Moroni; Stuttz Theatie company; Robert Lawrence, Thistle; Thomas Lough ney, Ogtleu. I hae a fruit, tr.n t for a!e. j !V. ( I.AItK ! Mr. James Ibailisl'.nl j. dill ver sick. I Mis L ;ah Daufor I will lecture a the L. D. S. meeting luuse Sunday evening. Little money will but a whole !o : oftoys at Santa Claus headquarters, Peterson's Drug store. l ast excursion of 'l7 to Salt Like w ill be run over the Short Line Dee. 23. Round trip $1.25. Mr. Charles Alleman, of Springville, has been in Lehi as a missionary of th M. I. A. Lehi Runner. Lo-t. Monday, on the road to Spanish Fork, a lady's mackintosh. Finder please leave at tbi ofllce. If you cannot g i to Klondike Dec. 23, you can go to Salt Lake via. Ihe Oregon Short Line for $1.25 round ti ip. Mr. William Rrlnghurst met with a very serious accident last Friday. While going from the house to the bain she fell, receiving injuries of such a serious nature as to coi.rJne her to her bed. Prosperity conies quickest to the man whose liver is in go id condition. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are far.io :s little pills for constipation, biliousness, indigestion and all stomach stom-ach and liver troubles. C. J. Ptter-on. Ptter-on. Take a dime and we are to your service with either a Solid Iron Cart ajid Horse, Dressed Doll, large Tin Wagon, large Wood Cart, Street Car, Gun, Games, Hand Organ, Picture lilocks, etc., etc., etc. Peterson's Drugstore. The Third ward primary association associa-tion will pive a dance at the City hall Saturday, at 3 p. m., for the benefit ( f the association. Members of the Third ward association will be charged an admission fee of five cents. Others ten cents. MissAIIie Hughe. Noifalk, Ya., was Rightfully burned on the face and neck. Pain was instantly relieved re-lieved by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which healed the injury without with-out leaving a scar. It is the famous pile remedy. C. J. Peterson. Housewiw-s, please remember that you take no risks in using Three C;own Raking Powder, Triple flavor-ing flavor-ing extracts, and pure ground spices, for they arc strictly guaranteed of the very best quality or money cheerfully cheer-fully refunded. Why not give them atrial? Mrs. Mary Rird, Harrisburg. I'a., says, ".My child is worth millions to me; yet I would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure." It cures caighs, colds, and all throat and lung troubles. C. J. Peterson. Take a nickle iind you can cither get a Doll, Horse and Cart, Rocking Horse. Rird, Dog, Cat, Railroad Train, Flat Iron, Rattle, DiMies, Whistle, Flagolet, Whip, Watch, Top, Horn, Celluloid Rail, Manic Rail, a larire Picture Rank, Drawing Slate, etc., etc., etc. Peterson's Drugstore. John Anton passed over the dark river of death to the land of the great unknown, Saturday night. The funeral services were held at the First ward meeting house Tuesday, at I o'clock. Mr. Anton has been a resident of Sprinuviile for some twelve years, and by bis industry, honesty and integrity of character, had made a great number of friends among Springville's citizens. Juki ri Antan was born in Sweeden, July 30, 1H,')5, being 62 years old. He emigrated emi-grated to Utah about, twelve years ago, and located at Springville, where lie has ever since resided. He leaves a wife and three children to tnouro his death. Ihiok on Mscnses of Ilerscf. Rook on diseases of horses, cattle, sheep, doo, hogs and poultry, mailed free by addressing Humphrey's Veterinary Specillcs. Cor. Williams and John Sts., New York. lRieklen's Andca Salve. The best salve in t he world for Cuts, bruises, sores, ulcer. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, chil-blains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. refund-ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. C. J. Peterson, druggist. M. A. Miner, Froprietur. Standard IHeat ?ifi Wholoiile nnd lictait Pflalers lu Fresh ;ind Smoked Meats of all Kinds Cash pa LI for fat calves. Free delivery Market hook! My Elegant XjIxxo of Holiday Goods Call and see niv slock and you will be convinced that the Pi ices can't Re bent in the Slate. : ::::::: If vou nro troin to make a Christmas present you will find just what you waul in the jewylry line nt my store. K J3 o off on nil kiu.l of LlDtHS' tt m T 1 9 11 fllolen Caffery Are selling FURNITURE AT COST, To innke room for a SUfEps!' Liiunren s l. r.ion suits 2oc " ' large 35c up Children's Rmdom Grey Underwear, Under-wear, Shirts and drawers size 16.. 5c Size 18 and 20 0c Size 22 and 24 5c Size 20 and 28 20c S ze 30 and 32 25c Rubl eis, ladies 25c and 30e " children's 20c Arctics, ladies., 75,. men's 90,; li greatest line 100 Stvles Look out for our Great Sale of Out Commenoins Doo. XOtii rvine & Sons - U A THERE WHERE ARE TIB MB? G01NG- Where Roods are cheap and where I can change my produce of all kinds fom r er- chandise at Rock Bottom Prices.. WHERE vv WHY WANTEIi-TRrSTWOHTHY AM) Al'T-vc Al'T-vc trcntlomi-n nnd laillrs to travel for rpspinililf. cstn!ll'icii house in I'tuh. Monthly IM nul vxiionses. l'vsltlou ntvaily. Kafurtiiire. kincl Mlf-adilrcssed ntHniH(l nvUipn The lminm t., Irj4. V. ('vvii Liooi 9? Watches Zl Wallham and Elgin Makes. Clocks Of the best manufacture. manu-facture. : : : : Pins Emeralds, Opals, Sapphires, Sap-phires, Pearls. Amethyst JEWELRY STORE. .m r-i C3IlTajL"fc VAI3Tj or TAN 3.:I0SS at 1 1 9 mat Mens' Underwear 25c each A large assortment Outing Flanels at 5 cents. . Everthmg goes at greatly reduced prices. GMlte's Bonnets Prioos" iieraoias Ghristmas Goods PFOVO IS THAT? BAYS 8h10uId,s'nd at once for Special Pre-UUI0 Pre-UUI0 mliim List. Just Issued. WutchM, rHmliiKl'resSoH,AlrRi(l,-arid many nini Nulualtlo Articles are to be CSIVKN OltlLS AWAY. New York Ledger. Udgor Hldg, XV. rst.