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And is it not due to nervous exhaustion? Things always look so much brighter when we are in good health. How can you have courage when suffering suffer-ing witb headache, nervous prostration and great physical weakness? Vould you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits? How? By removing ths cause. By taking It give9 activity to all parts tli at cany away useless and poisonous materials from your body. It removes the cause of your suffering, because it removes re-moves all impurities from your blood. Send for our bock on Nervousness. . To keep In good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Ayer's Pills cure constipation con-stipation and biliousness. Vf fa ow Oocior. Perhaps yon wnul.l like to eocsnlt Mme eminent physicians about your condition. Then write us freely all the particular In your case. You will receive re-ceive a prompt reply, without e-st. .. Adureas. DR. J. C. ATLR. r iyOWCU. aiass. i TTTANTED Several trustworthy persons VV in this state to uiauaice our biiMtiess In their own and nearby counties. It is mainly office work conducted at liome. Salary Sal-ary Mraight f.mu a year and expenses definite, defi-nite, bonatlde. no more, no less salary. Monthly 75. References. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope, Herbert K. Hess, Prest., department M. Chicago- Every Man to his Specialty Our specialty is Meats Fresh, Salt, Smoked any kind of meats except poor meats. We have no demand for poor meats. We have all kinds offish and various delicacies Vf hen in season : : : ERDMAN & SON Mr. W. B. DOUG ALL, Jr. 0 SALT LAKEtlTY. UTAH. rupil of W. T. Hest. the eminent English Organist, and Wm. H. ShrrwoOD, the Greatest American Pianist. Teacher of PIANO AND ORGAN Studio, Rooru No. 3. Bank Building SPRING VI LLE - - - UTAH. FRIDAYS AKD SATURDAYS. JOHN W. HOOVER JR. MANAGER OF TIIK Springville Roller Mills- MANUFACTUREU OF AND DEALER IN FLOUR and FEED Custom crrindintr a specialty. Cash paid for wheat. Mill north of Springville. Bee-Keepers Supplies Wo are now making a Specialty of tnanufacturinjfr.ee Hives, and do it In first-class shape. We can make you prices that will save you money. We want all of this work we caa get for the next three months. v Whitney & Pierce. Kill 1 Mile East of He Creamery. SPRINGVILLE - - - UTAH. J..-K. Dowdell" C Gonoral 3E31,c1sl s-rn lULx. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. ; Carriages and Wagons Repaired. Springyille, - Utah. G. E. ANDERSON PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE i PHOTOGRAPHER. i , Dealer in FRAMES, . PICTURE FITTINGS 1 - and GLASS in all sizes, f Pictureseopied and enlarged by home artists, rictur of family rru st iji uranysub- J ecu taken on the spot. Keep youi Money at Home. EPE1NGVILLE, - - UTAH. . Hrlrliu for Fifty Cent. Oura.uieed tobacco habit cure, makes weak t&ea strong, Mood pure- 60c, $1. All druggist I Ms Short Stories Have you something to print? r.rir.jr it to The Independent oilicc. The II. &T. Royliincc grading oui-fitcame oui-fitcame in from Sunshine, Monday. For fashionable rtressni:ikingr call on Miss Howntan ,all work guarantee. The Independent can give you clubbing club-bing rates on any of the leading papers published. Have you a cotiirh? A dose o.' Hal-laud's Hal-laud's HOitEiiouND svKur will relieve re-lieve it. Trice, 50 cents. Dr. C, J. Peterson's. Take your books that need repairing repair-ing or rebinrifng to V. E. Crouch, I'rovo. lie will do the work cheat? and properly. Go to II. T. Reynolds & Co. for your garden seeds. They always have a complete stock of the best northern grown seeds in p.ckaes or in bulk. The City recorder has for sale a number of copies of t he revise ! city ordinances, as printed last summer, at 50 cents each. Tax-payers should have them. There will he a Grand Spring Millinery Mil-linery Opening at Mrs. II. W. D.ivis', Provo, Utah, Friday and Saturday, March 17th and 18: h. All are invited to call and examine her elegant line of pattern hats. Richard Palfrcyman, of this city, has heeD appointed by Gov. Wells as one of the directors of the Oeseret Agricultural and Manufacturing in,r Society. The appointment is a very appropriate one. Len Harwood of Springville, who holds a contract for grading on the proposed Rio Grande Western canyon line, advises us that he expects to commence work toe uist or next wek. Provo Democrat. The Springville Independent has lecently increased in size and the general appearance is somewhat im proved, I.ro. Gibson is giving Springville Spring-ville a good paper, deserving of patronage. Pay son Globe-Header. If your child is cross or peevish, it is no aouot troubled wits worms. V:iITK"S CIIEAM VERMIFUGE will fP- muve the worms, and its tonic cuect restore its natural cheerfulness. Price, 25 cents. Dr. C. J. Peterson's. Miss Ida bird has secured the ser vices or a tirt-cl;iss dress-maKcr f i oin Provo and is now prepared to do dress-making at reasonable rates in .connection with her teaching the new system of cutting and lilting. Opposite Post Office. Before a man's married he's a dude; after marrKe lie's subdued. Before marriage he has no buttons on his shirt; after marriage he h is no shirt. Before marriage he swears he would Lot marry the best woman in the world; after marriage he finds that he hasu't, Review. Miss Almeda JStrlngham and Mr. C. A. Storrs were married at the home of the bride's parents in this city on Wednesday evening, the 8th inst.. Bishop Win. T. Ileid performing perform-ing the ceremony. Mr. Storrs is the agent of the R. G. W. railway at Gunnison, for which place the newly married couple left on Thursday morn i ng. Manti Democrat. The Christain Endeavor society gave a very interesting missionary meeting at the Presbyterian chapel Sunday evening. The subject was "Our New Possesions". A very interesting in-teresting program, consisting of tables and papers giving facts about the climate, productions and people of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Phil i pines, was rendered. Last spring it was reported that the bank robber planted here was Peter Nelson, a Sanpctej or Emery county desperado, but such was not the case. Now comes the report from Castle Valley that Peter was mixed in the job. he being the party win held the relay horses in Mayleton canyon. The citizens here were too aggressive, and Nelson lost his nerve and did not interfere in-terfere in the tight at the mouth of Hobble creek canyon. Hence he lived to tell of Lis connection with the affair. Speaker Rovlancc was pleasantly surprised by his colleagues this after noon at J o clock when a nanusome elK)ny gavel, encircled with gala and silver bands, was presented to him. The mallet was enclosed in a beautiful beauti-ful green plush case and bears the names of all the members of the lower h iuse house of the Legislature, who are the donors. The presentation speech was made by Representative Jackson, and feelingly responded to bv the Speaker. Deseixt Nctcs. If you toot your little whistle and then lay aside your horn, there's not a soul will ever know that such a man was born. The man who owns his acres is the man who plows all day," and the man who keeps a humping is the man who makes it pay. The man who advertises with a short and sudden sud-den jerk is the man who blames the printer just. because it didn't work. The man who gets the business uses brainy printers ink, not a cutter and a sputter but an "ad" that makes you think, and he plans his advertisements advertise-ments as he plans his well bought 6 took and the future of his business is as solid as rock. Brenhum Weekly Press. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. John Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tuckett and Mr. and Mrs. Devere Childs made up a jolly card party which were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Browc, Tuesday night. A good time was had playing cards, cracking jokes. One of the pleasing incidents of the evening was the serving of refreshments, consisting of ice cream and cake, in serving her guests Mrs. Brown used as a tray a platter which is over 160 years old, having passed down as an heirloom in Mr. Browns family for several gen erations. This platter Has been in two houses which fell dtwa, but es caped with out a scratph, and is sli 1 in an excellent state 6f preservation. Spring Tiredness is different from the weariness caused hy labor. The last is cured hy rest; the first requires a few bottles of Hood's Sarsarjarilla to cure it. That distress after eating is cured by Hood's Pills, They do not gripe. 25 cents. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Evans, Saturday, March 11, a son. The bow rarty given by the First Ward M. 1. A. last Friday evening was a fair success both financially and socially. Wanted, at once, a girl to do housework and help a little with sewing. Wages, $2.00 per week. Call at this office. In the estate and guardianship of Elmo lb Hall, et al, minors, Philip Iloutz, li. T. Pdanchard and James Catlery were appointed appraisers. J. U. Dowdell will shoe horses for $120 per span, and will set all kind of tires for 5u cents per tire. Every ether kind of work down in proporiori. If you wish to subscribe for any paper, magazine or book at publishers' publish-ers' prices, published anywhere on earth, you can do so through E. N. Jordan. You can be cheerful and happv only when you are well. If you feel "out of sorts" take Heukine, it will brace you up. Price. f0 cents. Dr. C. J. Peterson's. C. W. Darncs, representing the I'rovo Democrat, is in town today. People who iind a democratic county paper necessary for their welfare should try The Democrat. Mrs. Annie Jones-Atkin, the leai'-ing leai'-ing milliner of Provo, will hold a Grand Opening on Monday, March 20th, lasting one week. The latest tilings in millinery goods in stock. Sheriff Storrs an 1 II. T. Reynolds, of Sprirjvilie, went up Provo canyon today to look over the proposed grade of the II. G. W. branch, with a view to taking a grading contract. Enquirer. To allay pains, subdue inflammation, inflam-mation, hea' foul sores and .ulcers, the most satisfactory results are obtained ob-tained by using Pallakd's snow liniment. Price 50 cts. Dr. C. J. Peterson's M. E. Crandall, superintendent of the Second ward Sunday schools, gave a reception to the officers and teachers teach-ers of the ward at his home last Wednesday evening. A most enjoyable enjoy-able time was had by all. Much pain and uneasiness is caused hy piles, sparing neither age nor sex. Tahlek's buckeye pile ointment cures the most obstinate cases. Price .Q cts. in bottle, tubes 75c. Dr. C. J. Peterson's. The stock of goods of the Chicago store will be moved to Silver City in the near future, where business will be resumed. Mr. Weaver will make Springville his head(iuarters,however, ana will return nere later in tne season, sea-son, lie has formed a partnership with Attorney Gray of Salt Lake, and will engage in the land and mining law business during the summer. On Saturday a rnerry party assem bled at the home of Cyrus Sanford to celebrate the 84th birthday of Sylvia E, Sanford. Over forty children, grand children and great-grand-child- partook of a banquet. The day was spent at cards and other social amuse ments. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford have been married 62 years, and bid fair to see three score years and ten of mar ried life. Johnson & Iloutz held the crowds at the Opera-IIouse Friday and Satur day nights. Friday night they presented pre-sented "In North Carolina," a very neat little drama, in four acts. The play was handled in very fine shape by the company and seemed satisfactory satisfac-tory to all. Saturday night "The Black Flag" was presented and was also a grand . success. The company is one of the best that has visited Salina this season. They are worthy of all tne patronage mat can be ex tended t.i them by the people f Southern Utah. Sidinct Press. Wiu. Warthen, one of Springvill leading apiarists, has receiv da etter from F. J. Farr, a bee keeper of Pasadena, California, who last year shipped to Utah two or thiee hundred colonies of bees and located them at Spanisli Fork. He returned to California last winter, but was so well pleased with this part of Utah as a bee country, the letter states, that he is going to come to Utah this s,ring witn dJU co omes ot nees, ;in i will again locate at Spanish Fork. Chas. J. Graham, another bee keeper, is coming to Utah with Mr. Farr, and will bring JOOOcolonies with him. The letter farther st ites that three other apiarists of that section are coming to Utah this spring with a car load of bees, and will locate near Ogden. The honey industry in Utah is getting to be of mi small dimensions, di-mensions, and is quite a source it wealth to the connuiaity. The popular painter of American news-boys and boot-black, J. G.Brown, is represented on the cover of the Lcdtjer Monthly for March by one or bis most characteristic and pathetic subjects, entitled "IlisOnly Friend." On the steps of a marble mansion sits a ragged boy, a picture of dejection and childish perplexity". Peering into in-to his face with an expression of sympathy almost human is a mongrel setter dog. So apt and pathetic Is this little story, skillfully told by the painters brush, that a world of sympathy sym-pathy and sorrow is disclosed. An excllent critical article on J. G Drown and his works, with portrait and ten reproductions of his paintings, paint-ings, forms a part of the contents of the magazine. The Ledjer Monthly is distinguished by the number and variety of its i!lustrations,and i-s seasonable articles. The price is only 50 cents a year. The Ledger 31onthly is i issued by Robert Runner's Sons, Ledger Led-ger Building, Xew York City. "I have been noiu; CASCABETSfor Insomnia, with which I have been aftlicied for over twenty years, and I can say that Cascarets have civeti ine more relief than any other remedy reme-dy I have ever tried. I shall certainly recommend recom-mend them to my friends as being all they are represented." Tuos. G ill a up, Elgin, 111. Pleamiiit. Palmahlc. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Hevor Sicken. Weaken, or Crme. I0e.2oc. Ulc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... &rHnK Itmrdf (:imt, Chirac, Hfrnlreat. Krw Yortt. Sli ft (I Tfl J Sold and irimrnntncd by II rtniB- bu-iu-kijtu titu to cu ki: Tobucoo Habit. B. Y. Johnson has a eontract to erect a uew brick residence for Albert Manwaring at Provo, and expects to begin work this week. Why not make some nice additions to your library hy getting your magazines mag-azines bound? F. E. Crouch, Provo, will do the work for you in good shape at bedrock figures. Dora Curtis will resume her dressmaking dress-making at her old home in Mapleton, where any of hei old patrons who wish work done can drop a card aud i ic will call on them. The March winds are playing havoc with the Editor's lungs, and he has been living in smoke for two wccks. The whole print shop gang have complexions tinted like those of smoked Lamanites. If spring were not so near, Gibson would be a resid ent ( f Moab until the atmosphere be comes a little more seueut-ary in us habits. The O. egon Short Line tr tin sched ule, both north aud south from Salt Lake, will undergo a number of important im-portant changes on next Sunday, the PJth. As heretofore announced, the Milford train will leave Salt Lake in the evening .instead of morning, and will return mornings, instead of even ings, as at present. This change is the result of a request from the legislative representatives from the south and will be of great advantage to the man who has business in Sa,t Lake, as it saves over a day in nak-iug nak-iug the trip from southern Utah' While the new timccard has not yet been approved, it will be published within a few days. The Young Woman's Journal for March is very prettily illustrated. A topic of universal interest, '"The Political Status of W huou in Utah," is discussed by Representative-elect I?. II. Roberts. "Bioy Out-grows Babyhood" is a lucid, beautiful illustration of the teachingsof natural ience in the hoiuj. A soiehtidc article contribute 1 by Prof. Johu A. Widtsoe-is in attractive story form. He makes the commonest operation of the kitchen intensely interesting to the women woo aspire to he ideal home makers. Miss Alice Liuise Reynolds, in a thoughtful paper en titled, "George Eliot's Religious Life," displays deep insight into the character of the grat a ithor. Her originahconception of tlu renowiii d woman's religious feeling is sweelly sympathetic and rational. EeacUiche (topped in 20 minutes by Dj, Miles' Pain Pills. "Oca cent a dose." BUSINESS BRIEFS. Butter for sale at Erdman's Meat market. Roylance wants to buy chickens He pays cash. The latest thing out in ladies' waist set.c, atPexton's. Have you tried the Artie C gar? For sale at City Drug store. Stamp pictures, 24 for 25 cents still be had at G. E. Anderson's. C in Dowdell, the blacksmith, will do your work at the lowest figure. Work t he best. New stock of baby carriages and wall Diners, iust in at Molen & Caffrey's. If you are thinking of building, go to Whitney & Pieice, and get their estimates. Some of the latest novelties in ladies' watch guards at Pexton's store. Call ai.d see them. Tell Your Sister A Beautiful Complexion is an im p issibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, a healthy liver and bowels, Karl's Clover Root Tea acts directly on the bowels, liver and kidneys keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. City Drug Store. Resolutions of Condolence. Whereas, It has seemed good to the Almighty Disposer of Evencs to re move from our midst the wife of our esteemed fellow-member, Brigham Y Johnson; and Whereas, the intimate relations lontf field by our friend with - the members cf this quorum render it proper, that we should p'ace Upon lecord our appreciation of his services a a faithful member, and his merits as a man; therefore be it Resolved, that we tender to- him him Jand his afflicted relatiyes our s ncere condolence; and our earnest sympathy in their afflict ion at the loss of one who was a good mother and devoted wlfo; and Resolved, that as members of the first, ward of Springville that we ivnder V him all necessary assistance we possibly can; and Resolved, that a copv of the fore going resolution signed by the president presi-dent and certified by the secretary be transmitted to the sorrowing hus band and family. Thountb from this aneulsh laden sphere Your wife has passed Jtway Though wit h her weeping children dear She could no Ioniser stay . ' Yet Id a land of fadeless youth No more to suffer pain If vou are faithful lo the truth You'll surely meet again. W. O. Andrew Pierce, Joseph E. IIadfield, D. Y. SnEr akd. Does This Strike Yon ! Muddy complexions, nauseating breath come from chronic constipa tion. Karl's Clover Root Tea is an absolute cure and has been sold for fifty years on an absolute guarantee. CANDY l XJJy CATHARTIC yt sfe. TKAOi MARK zo4rrrtco Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. City Drug PUHELY personal. Dave Clyde is in from Mercur. u. a. Wood was a visitor in Eureka, Sunday. Proctor Robinson, of Filmore, is in town today. . Jas. Creer, of Spanish Fork, was in town Saturday. If. L. Packard went to Goshen, Sunday, Sun-day, on business. Joe Vane has added a porch to his residence in the Second ward. Miss Ruby Ethier and Mrs. Pratt were Provo visitors, Tuesday. Levar Stewart has gone to work at the Springville creamery again. Will Shenton and Will Crandall came in from Mammoth, Monday. Geo. Startup, the Provo candy man, was in town on business, Tuesday. R. A. Deal arrived home from Washington, D. C .Tuesday morning. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Weaver wenti to Eureka, Sunday, on the mining ex cursion. Miss Bessie Goodmanson came down from Salt Lake, Thursday, for a visit with her sister. Mrs. Dell Roundy, who has been visiting her oarents here, retura.-d hcMiie to Silver City, Sunday. Miss CJora Carter came home, Thursday, from Mercur, where she has been visiting for some time. John A. Groesbeck came down from Salt Lake, Monday, for a few days visit with relatives and friends. A light snow, Monday, dampened the streets a trifle for a day or two Spring cannot be staved off much longer. The work on the stand pipe, which the Rio Grande Western has put in at their station here, was finished Friday. Thos. Beesley, the Provo tombstone man, was in town Tuesday looking after matters pertaining to his line of of work. Wm Knold took a few days lay off this week, while his engine was in th; shops at Salt Luke under-going repairs. Miss Annie Griffin, of Provo, visit ed in town Sunday and Monday, the guest of her sisters, Misses Louise and Ethel. Mrs. Albert Ilarmer and her father, Wm. Giles, went to S alt Lake, Sun day, to visit Mrs. Ilarmer's daughter, Mrs 1. A. Randall. Mrs. Lize te Dibble and her son aud daughter left for Fljxburg, Idaho, this week. They will take charge of hotel there. June Pierce accom panied them. From an item in the Daily Prest- Democrat of Santa Rosa, California, it is learned that Sam M. LeRoy, late editor of The Independent, has been made foreman of that paper. Miss Nellie Taylor, of Hungerford academy, received a telegram, Friday, announcing the sad news of the death of her brother at Phoenix Arizona. The deceased was only 20 years old. Ed, Ilardman, who has been in the employ of the Santa Fe & Pacific as conductor with headquarters at Needles, California, wis here a day or two this week, visiting his sister Mrs. Wm. Knold. Miss Ruby Ethier came home Saturday evening, from Pocatello Idaho. Her return was necessitated by poor health which prevented her doing her stage work. She is suffer ing with lung trouble, brought on by the rigid climate of the northern country where she has been. Don C. and Mose Johnson arrived home, Monday, from a tour jt the Pacific coast. They combined busi ness with sightseeing, and when not teaching elocution sampled some fine lots of scenery. The gentlemen spent several days in San Francisco, Oak land and San Jose. A steamboat tripon the Columbia river was part of their extended trip A jCook Book Free. "Tableland Kitchen" is the title of a new book published by the Price Baking Powder Company, Chicago Just at this time it will be sent free if you write a p stal mentio ing The Independent. This book has be n tried by ourselves and is one of the very best of its kind. Besides con taining over 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and home cookery, there ire many hints for the table and kitchen, showing how to set a table, how to enter the dining room, etc.; a hundred and one hints in every branch of the culinary art. Cookery of the very finest and richest as well as of the most economical and home like, is provided for. Remember Table and kitchen" will be sent pos tage prepaid, to anj lady sending her address (name, town and State) plain ly, given. A copy in German or Scandinvian will be sent if desired. Address Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, 111. G 7. Springville, Utah, Wednesday Spriggs Bros. Musical ixtravaganza Hilarity, An absurd Farce Comedy in Three Acts,:introducing New Songs, New Dances, New Music, New Costumes, a comratiy V of Lady and Gentlemen performers who m , ; " are sure ta please you. Admission - 25, 35 and 50 Cents. FISH AND GAME LAW. New Regulation by the Stats Legislature. MAY KILL DEER IN DECEMBER. You Must Not Hare in Yonr Possess ion Elk, Antelope or Beaver, unless Strictly According to Hoyle. It is lawful to take bass and trout between the 14th day of June and the 15th day of December following. Unlawful to have any bass or trout in possession during close season. Uulawful to have at any time any bass or trout less than 7 inches long. Unlawful atany time to take or have in ones possession any perch, rock bass, croppie, eastern brook trout, rain bow trout, gold fJsb, silver fish or silver eels. Deer, male or female, may be killed during mouth of October of each year. Unlawful to kill or have in possess ion at any tjme any elk, antelope, mountain sheep, buffalo, otter or beaver. Unlawful to take, kill or have in possession at any time any game animals, game rJsh or tame birds brought or introduced into the State by the State or private individuals Lawful to kill partridge, pheasant, prairlj chicken, sage hen or grouse between the 15th day of August and the 1st day of December. Lawful to kill mourning doves be tween July 1st and December 1st of each year. Lawful to kill ducks, geese and wild waterfowl between Sept. 15th and the 15ih day of Decem ber following; and during month of March. Unlawful to use sinkbar, sneakboat or other device answering same pur pose while in puisuit of any waterfowl water-fowl on land or in water. Unlawful at any time to take, kill, or have in possession any Chinese pheasant, English pheasant, parroted grouse or quail. Lawful to kill iquail in counties f Washington and Kuue between October. Octo-ber. -1st and the 1st day of March following. Unlawful to destroy or waste, or permit to go to waste, at any time or i i any manner, any game, tish or birds which have teen killed. Unlawful to ship out of the State any game animals, game birds, or game fish at any time. Lawful to ship out of the Sta'e carp, chubs, suckers, mullet ahd bullhead, bull-head, cat-ttsh, during tiuie when it is lawful to take the same, and then under the direct supervision and inspection in-spection of game wardens; and all p ickages or boxes or other receptacles containing flsh must hare a tag attached bearing the signatures of the warden making the inspection, the name of the shipper date of shipment, ship-ment, and onmoer of pounds shipped. Unlawful for any express company or any carrier to receiver or carry any box package or parcel containing fi?h without saiii tag attached, Xotice to Contractors. Bids will be received, for material, for a bridge across Hobble Creek, near Morton Perry's residence, until March 20, 99. For specifications call ou the committee, II. T. Rkynolds, Chairman. Conference Rates. Fortheannual conference of the L. D. S. church, at Salt Lake City, April 6 to 9, inclusive, the Rio Grande Western will make the following rates to Salt Lake and return: Provo 1.90 Springville S2.10 Spanish Fork $2.25 Benjamin $2.25 Tickets will be sold from Ut.P county points from April 5th to 9th inclusive. Tickets limited to Apiil 18th, 1S99. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills- Frazer Axle Grease .D cwcrV (iriDiirr AS A3 ANY OTH.Ertj XRYITL Not affected by Heat or Cold. Highest Awards at Centennial, Paris and World's Fair. """ft frazer Lubricator Co Factories: Chciago, St Louts, New York. 22, March City Ordinances, An Ordinance Providing for and Controlling Con-trolling Poll Tax. lie it ordained bu the Clt'i Council of Sprinyville: Sf.ctiox 1- That the street supervisor of this city shall, between tho llrst day of March and the first day of November of I each year, (rive at least two days notice of the tlay or days and phce to work the streets to each person subject to poll tax in this city, such uot'ce to be jriven personally or in wilting; and all persons so notified must meet him at such time and place, with such tools and implcnv nts as lie may direct, and lalxir diligently under his direction for eifiht hours each day; and for such two day's labor the supervisor shall K've to him a certificate cer-tificate which shall bo evidence Jthat he has performed such lalor upon the streetsof the city and shall exempt him from performing lalor in payment of any further poll tax for the same year. When a team shall be used by any person in doing such work on the streets he shall be allowed One Iollar and Fifty Cents for each eight hour's work of the saute to be applied on his poll tax. The supervisor shall giTe to any person who may perform lahor in payment of his poll tax a receipt showing the amount of money earned by such labor, which shall be evidence of tho payment of such tax in the amount specified in the receipt. Section 2 Each peson liable to perform l:i!xr on the streets us poll tax who fails to attend, either in person or by satisfactory substitute, nt the time and place directed, with the txols ur; implements required, having hav-ing had two day's notice thereof, or. appearing, appear-ing, shall spend his time in idleness or fail to work according to the direction of the supervisor, or vlioh;ill fail to furnish him within ten 1 10) days after notice some satisfactory satis-factory excuse lo" not attending, shall be delinquent and the supervisor must proceed to collect the same by action it. the name of the city . Section 3. Thccit recorder shall furnish the supervisor suitable blank receipt, tnxiks with stubs, and the supervisor shall give a receipt from said book to each person v. ho has p;iid his poll tax; tho stipervlsorsh'.ll state on said receipt whether said poll 'ax was paia in casn or ia:or. a:ul sn;Ul :a.iko a corresponding entry on the stub Of S'lid receipt, and said stub sluill be returned to the city council with his annual report. i Passed by the City t.'ottncil March nth ! A. I). I). Pigned by me this 3th day of ilarcii. 1 :., , K. I: '.I.I. At I est. 1'. !i. !oi: l'., l5K.il. City K: -order. ayor. An Ordinal. c Creatinsf Graveling District No. 2, and Providing for the Graveling of the Sidewalks in said District. Be it Ordained by tJte City Council of JSprinyville: Section 1. That all sidewalks in Plat "A." Springville. not. included in Graveling District Dis-trict No. 1; also continuing on Eleventh g xf YOU will give fldaertlsing Job Printing WE will give you Best Stock Best Jesuits Best Designs Prompt Service Heasonable Prices The Independent Springville. New Gooc. e arriving Notion Store! You will be able xo save money if you call and examine our goods and Prices before be-fore trying. V i Pextojft Notion Store, street-south from Plat "A" to Arlo Child's residence; also including the first street south of Grant "street from State street to Eleventh street arn lieroby constituted and established as Sidewalk Graveling District Number Two. Section 3 -A tax not to exceed Five Thousand Dollars is hereby levied upon all lots and pieces of ground adjacent to and aoutting upon said sidewalks, for the purpose pur-pose or (Traveling and otherwise repairing said sidewalks. Suction 3. The assessment for cravellnu purposes shall bo according to the front rod, or fraction thereof abutting upon She sidewalk side-walk to be Improved, and the amount of assessment shall be calculated on each rod of sidewalk according to the amount necessary neces-sary for the repairing of said sidewalk: Pro vided, that tho agjrrjgated tax shall ba with in the limits herein named. Skctiox 4. The committee on streets and sidewalks shall list and assess the property according to the provisions of this ordinance, stating the name of the owner If known, or if unknown, then so stating, and giving the number of lot and block, and name ot plat, and number of rods, or fraction thereof, of each lot and prrcel of ground fronting upon the sidewalk and the amount of tax levied thereon. Sction 5. After the list Is made up and the assessment approved by the city council, notice shall be given the tax-payer, by mall or left at his residence or usuai place of business, bus-iness, cr delivered ta him personally by tho city recorder, stating the amount of tax and the time when the city council shall meet to hear agrierances or errors of assessment. mctiok 6 The supervisor of street Is hereby constituted the collector of all tax assessed by this ordinance. Upon the receipt by him of the corrected tax list, he shall furnish to each property tax-payer, owning a lot or parcel of ground adjacent to and abutting ujHiti said sidewalk, a notice a provided in Section 4 statin? the amount of tax assessed against him. when ami whero aayable. when delinquent, and what proportion propor-tion thereof may Im- paid In (travel. When said tax is due he shall proceed tocollect tho assessment and to enforce the payment of such portion thereof a.i h:is become delinquent delin-quent in the manner provided by the lawsof tli State and t he ordinances of Springville. Suction 7. The supervisor of street shall i CSfW IMS! UlC Oil IIIS IJllfHI 171 UW 1 ill 111 1 11 t l. . Ti l . L. t . 1. , 1 .1 performance of his rlutieis as exHloctor of any and all taxes assessed ami collected under ' l he provisions of i,hi- ordinance. i:-thi s. -MI taxes assestwl tinder tho i prm isioiu- of tins ordinance ohull !o due and ; payable on the tifteentl. day of April. A. I . IbW, J. id any tittd all taxes remaining unpaid ; t n the fcrst tlay of December. A. 1. li".. -i:t 1 1 J be deemed ttelitii;iient. I K re:N I hf tit.x asvsMia unrler tm I iii-ov isiems of ' hi-, ordinandi may be paid in wh.dt- or in part iu suitable gravel, at tho option of the taxpayer, at the rate of fifty cents per cubit; yard, delivered upon tho sidewalk where the sane is to be used subject sub-ject to approval of the supervisor, who shall give a receipt for the same. Passed, March C.th, . D. IttKI. Signed by me this 6th day of March, 18!, James E. IUlu Attest. Mayor f Sprlngvlllo. P. E. Hoirrz. seal! City Recorder. us your Utah. Every Day -AT- Store.