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Bright's Disease The largest sum ever paid for a prescription, changed hands in San Francisco, Aug. 30, lftoi. The transfer involved in coin and stock S112,o00.00 and was oaid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright's Disease and Diabetes, hitherto incurable diseases, Thev commenced the serious investigation in-vestigation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by put ting over three dozen cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got physicians to name chronic, incurable, cases, and administered ad-ministered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceedings of the investigating committee com-mittee and the clinical reports of the test cases were puniished and will be mailed free on application. Address John J. Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery St,. San Francisco, Cal. SALT LAKE HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM THE FINEST BATHING RESORT IN WEST THE You can combine health and pleasure baAhltiK iu the health giving waters .wt as they come from Nature's laboratory, particularly In rheumatic disenses, most (Crattfylni; results can he obtained from drinking and bathing in this water. Baths ill Talis, Private Plips or Large Swimming Pools, Also Turkish, Russian and Electric Paths for Ladies and Gentlemen OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 62 TJU. Third South SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Provo Naturopathic Institute. ' 68 N 1st West, PROVO - - UTAH Radical Cures by the Latest Natural Healing Methods. NO DRUSS! NO OPERATIONS! Methods used are Ostaopat&y, PsycMberw. Hyiro- therapy, Electrotherapy, Khsiii Those who are unable -to visit our Institute may be treated at a distance dis-tance by our new Psychological ; ; : : Treatment : : : : W, S, HOLDAWAY, Jr., Mgr. Mr. K I. Brown of Provo writes: ( was cured of rheumatism and neuralgia In one treatment by Dr. Holdaway." and then you will know what you are Retting, because he will know what he is buying. No reliable jeweler will risk his reputation by selling any kindofstutl that will "sell." He wants goods he can guarantee. We are that kind nf a jeweler. When we sell you goods we know they are what we tell you t hey are, (tnd will guarantee them. W dow have a Hue holiday stock of olid and filled goods, at prices which ao't be beat. Call and see us. Your Jewelry of a Jeweler Frank N. West TERSE TAIiES Don Carlos Miner, is very sick with the pneumonia. Will Worthen was iu Salt Lake, Tuesday, on business. Six room house and full lot for rent, Enquire at this office. I have a brand new folding bed for sale, cheap. F. L. Baldwin. At the election yesterday, there were cast. 12a ballots, 99 for the five mill tax and 30 against. John W. Deal, and wife were over to assist in properly celebrating "'Manny's" 50th birthday. For a good meal in any style, fresh bread, confectionery and cigars, call at Mrs. Van Noksdall's. Jas. S. Lovnd is going to take the trip to the Pacific Coast, in March, with the Tabernacle Choir. Eraslus Thorn gave this office a call' on Tuseday, the first in a long time. He is quite recovered from his late illness. A boy arrived at the home of neber Cranruer 'ast Monday, and a girl to match at the residence of John Tuck-ett Tuck-ett Jr. The singing, at the Meeting nouse, Sunday evening was excellent. Prof. Ituylance seems to have the siugers well in hand. The Black Hawk veterans of Lehi held their sixth annual reunion last Friday and vocally fought again over the old ground. Fou Sale Cheap A 3-room house, 3 acres of land with good water right, hay shed and 30 tons of hay; 6 blocks ftoiu State St.--W. A. Clakk. We pay the highest cash price for all fat beeves, muttons, veals, hogs and hides. We sell the best meat in the market. Harmkk & Bhown. Fou Sale The Kirkendall place, (residence property.) Good house and lot. Apply to Mark Cook or to Deal Bros. & Mendenhall, Spriugville. People who desire to see the real thing, in dramatic work, aught to see "Way Down East" at Provo Thursday Thurs-day evening. Telephone for tickets. Prof. J. M. Tanner, from Salt Lake City, gave an interesting discourse, to an interested audience at the meeting House last Sunday afternoon. By letter we are informed that the Palfreyman graders are comfortably located at White Plains, Nevada. The- weather is Cold nignts, but quite pleasant days. Miner Bnos. have opened a new meat market; where the people can get supplied with all kinds of fresh and cured meats, canned goods and breakfast foods. When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body t tie application of Ballard's Snow Liniment will give prompt relief. Price, and 50 ceuls. Spriugville Drug Co. Sunday was (a beautiful day and every thiugwas up in runners, from the bobs',, to the handsome cutter were out. crowded with old and young making the most of the sleigh ing. Dr. W. S. Holdaway Jr. ave us a pleasant call Tuesday. He is established estab-lished at Provo and practicing the Osteopathic art of healing the sick. He claims to be meeting with good success. "Way Down East:,' will be presented present-ed by a Urst class company, at the Provo Opera House Thursday eve. People who enjoy a real dramatic treat, shou'd drive over and see the performance, Only twenty-six voters were present at the School meeting yesterday, a.m. c died to discuss the five mill assessments assess-ments for school building purposes. This would seem to indicate a lack of proper interest on the part of the absentees. The "Old time" party given last Friday afternoon and evening, bv the choir and their friends, was in every way successful. There was a large assembly, and there was much Joviality Jovial-ity aud downright enjoyment indulged indulg-ed in by the merry makers. You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat; laryn-gael laryn-gael trouble, bronchitis, coughs, colds, etc., by abviselng the use of Ballard's Horehound Syrup; the great remedy for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents. Spriugville Drug Co. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express my con-tldence con-tldence in this remedy. Mus. J. A. Mooke. North Star, Mich. For sale by the Springville Drug Co. The family and friends of R. A. Deal gave him a birthday party at his home last Monday evening. The Mine was spent agreeably and many felicitations were extended to the twirmrnrt nartv. and many hearty de sires expressed that he might con tinue to live, for a great many years, and enjoy ail the blessings of a later nr.. Mr. Deal ha iust turued his Of THE Mli The Miser liuos.earry a choice line of groceries, and spices. The "Old Guard," Thos. Dallin, is recovering from his recent severe illness. ill-ness. I have a first-class light spring wagon for sale cheap. Wm. H. Cakter. Mrs. Semria Wood is well enough to take her daily ride, which she very much enjoys. If you want your horses shod sharp, to stay sharp, bring them to the shop of Th. Peterson, William Kerswell one of t he yeomanry yeo-manry of Mapleton, called in on Wednesday Wed-nesday to pay his compliments. A. II. Child contemplates soou moving mov-ing his marble works down to Main street, where he will permanently locate. Confectionery, cigars, tobacco, celery, cabbage, and all varieties of vegetables, fresh and first-class, at Whiteheads. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Roylance, last Saturday morniDg, which unfortunately lived only one half an hour. Last Monday evening, the ancieut and honorable families of Hall and Ballenger, met at the Reynolds Hall for their annual reunion. Albert S, Jones of Provo will succeed suc-ceed Walter Adams as clerk at Barney's Bar-ney's store, and we believe he will make a worthy successor. Look out for Fredric Ward, the great tragedian, who will shortly ar pear, with a talented company in a splendid repertoire, at Provo. Uncle William Mendenhall Is as yet unable to walk withoutassistance, but he is enjoying himself quite well, considering his helpless condition. G. W. Beck man, has been at Pay- son for the last three weeks, working for the Modern Woodmen of Amer ica. lie succeeded in organizing a camp, and putting it into working order. Attenti.ni is called to Gov. Wells proclamation, calling a convention of irrigators to meet at Salt Lake City, on Wed. Feb. 26th, inst. As many of our farmers as possible ought to attend. Moses Johnson reports himself at Orderville Kane Co. on the 1st, with a large and enthusiastic class in ele cution. "Far away Moses" is a sue cess iu bis calling us a teacher In the art of elecution. The Council, Monday evening, authorized au-thorized the drafting of a bill for an ordinance, providing for the removal of barns and corrals from the street back into t he lots, which is a step in the right direction. Mrs. Louisa Johnson' of Mapleton, called in for a few mouieutoes, Tuesday, and to say that she had not received any word yet from her husband hus-band since landing at his destination, but expects to bear soon and get word to join him. Will Jordan. Geo. Curtis and Char ley Conover were fined $5 for being drunk aud disorderly, last Thursday eve, and in default of not paying their lines, will make one dollar per day by remaining in doors at the City bastile. Don't let the hand of time print wrinkles on your face. Keep young, by keeping the blood pure and the digestive di-gestive organs in a healthful condition. con-dition. Herbine will do this. Health is youth, disease and sickness brings old age. Price, 50 cents. Spring ville Drug Co. When you lack energy, do not relish your f o 1, fell dull and stupid, after eating, take a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach & Liver Tablets They will make vou feel like a new maa and give you an appetite like a bear. For sale by the Springville Drug Co. The Knights of the Maccabees, wound up their review, last Saturday evening, with a 'Sinoker", which was made an enjoyable occasion What's a smoaker? Join the Sir Knights, the most popular Fraternal order in the City and you'll And out. There is probably no disease or con dition of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than piles. TaWer's Buckeye Pile Oiotmeut cures thctu quickly, with out pain or detention from business. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75c. Springville Drug Co. The Marshal is to be commended for bis attempts to punish the drun keness that has loomed up on the streets during the last month. Quite a number of the lushers have seen Judge Boyer and have contributed to the city revenues considerably. Keep after 'em until they learn to behave themselves. Nervous children are almost always thin children. The "out door boy" Is seldom nervous. White's Cream Vermifuge is the best preventive of nervousness. It strengthens the system and assists that sort of flesh whish creates strength and power of endurence. Trice, 25 cents. Spring vine Drug t-o. ds nis sugar nor waters his milk who bflieves in the best, and is particular to please his patrons. That's the grocer who recommends recom-mends and sells Codec that is coffee untrlazed -unauulterated. William Curtis, of Parowan, is in town this week visiting with his rather rath-er Levi and family. The Ladies' of the Home Culture Club, gave an enjoyible lunch after the Rev, '1 hatcher's lecture last Fri day, and while enjoying it spent a most agreeable hour in soeieable talk and repartee. Are you nervous, run down, week and dispirited? Take a few doses of Herbine, it will infuse new energv, new life into the exhausted nerves, the overworked brain or muscular system, am) put a new face on life and business. Price, 50 cents. Spring-ville Spring-ville Drug Co. WISE AND OTHERWISE. Security is the offspring of caution. You will never get ahead by following follow-ing the c;owil. Everything comes to the man who waits on himself. The better a man thinks he is the more foolish he acts. Friends and debts should be cheerfully cheer-fully and promptly met. The demand for sincerity is far in excess of the visible supply. If a girl is silly and has lota of money she is called vivacious. An exoert is a man who has a little ability and a lot of self-confidence. You can't judge a man's religion by the bonnet his wife wears to church. Two men never come to blows unless un-less they are angry and foolish at the same time. When a man wants to make a fool of himself he usually gets some women wo-men to help him. A doctor can persuade a woman to have almost anything amputated except ex-cept her tongue. HERE AND THERE. Nearly one thousand vessels are lout annuall.' 'Ethergraphy 'is the name advanced advanc-ed by a Titer in the Telegraph Age for!arconi's great indention, wireless wire-less telegraphy. The ringing of curfew upon the great bell in the tower of the chapel of the Guild of the Holy Cross has been resumed re-sumed at Stratford-on-Avon. HOUSEWIFE SUGGESTIONS. Cure a wasp sting by rubbing the place with a Elice of raw onion. After peeling apples drop them into cold water. Thi:j will prevent them becoming discolored. Silver inkstands stained with ink may be cleaned by applying a little chloride of lliue with water. Scorch marks on plates and dishes that have been used for baking may be removed by rubbing with a damp cloth dipped in coarse salt. Renovate black velvet hats by plac ing a small piece of butter !n the palm of the hand aud gently rubbing the surface of the velvet with It. This will quite restore its freshness. Smoke-grimed gass globes should be soaked In warm soda water. Then ad 1 few drops of ammonia and wash them well with a PWapy flannel, rinse in clean water and dry with a soft linen cloth. To clean cream linen blinds stretch them on a table and rub them well with powdered hathbrick applied with a piece of flannel. Blinds will look new when cleaned in this manner. Chicago News. Oldest roitmuUr Kaaljrn. Frank J. Schrleher, who Is believed to bo the oldest postmaster in the United States, recently resigned. He has decided that forty-three years' continuous service for Uncle Sam is enough. He was appointed postmaster of Cruger, Woodford county, Illinois. during President Buchanan's administration. adminis-tration. To Cure A Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Ilrorno Quinine TabpitH, All druKglHtg rotund the money If It f:illn to cure. K. W. U rove's sliriiatuie U on eaeu box 23c Bulgaria I.Ike PanniylvsnU. Bulgaria is about as big as Pennsylvania, Pennsyl-vania, hag a similar shape and reminds re-minds one very much of that state, because be-cause of the resemblance In topography topo-graphy and other physical features. The forests and the rivers watering rich valleys, the mountain ranges, the rocky ledges, and the landscape generally gen-erally la very much like the Quaker State. The population Is about 30 per cent less. Chicago Record-Herald. Cures the Crip in Two Days No remedy equals Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup for this terribh and fatal disease. If taken thoroughly and in time, it will cure a case in two days, and for the cough that follows La Grippe It never fails to give relief. Price i") Hnd r.o rent". who neither sands CAN SELL BIG PASTURE Without Getting the Consent of the Citizens. THE CITY ATTOKMEY'S OPINION The Question Was Itrotight l'p Incidentally Inci-dentally by the Mayor at the Special Council Session Monday Mght. Council met Monday evening with Mayor Reynolds in. the chair; S.R. Thurman present. A petition, signed sign-ed by uumerous citizens, was read, objecting to a tax being levied on city property to build reservoirs out side the corporation, unless those who are directly benefit led will bear their proportion of taxation. Council man Packard proposed to hear from the attorney before ! acting upon tlie petition, Mr, i Thurman suggested that it be refer red to the proper committee, and he would, in conncctlou with them, de termine what was best to do said, Springville had the right to tax within its limits for water purposes but conld not tax those outside; at least he had very serious doubts about the city having lhe power to collect taxes out side its limits for water pur-purposes, pur-purposes, The city has the power to ontrol and distribute the water outside, out-side, the city and collect a pro rata tax from all who use it. The petition was referred to the committee on law. The courtesies of the house being extended to R.A.Deal, D.C. Johnson Hugh M.Dougall, and F.C.Boyer to speak to the petition, they spoke sub stantially as follows: They wanted it distinctly understood that they did desire to r.-tard legislation calculated to forward public improvements; on the contrary they were earnestly in favor of the conservation of our water supply, for without itour city cannot grow. They were decidedly against the proposition of taxing the city to build reservoirs for those outside, out-side, without the. power of taxing them. They were in favor of an acreage acre-age lax, whereby the outlying lands could be compelled to pay their proportion. pro-portion. It would be a grevious burden bur-den on the city to assume the responsibility respon-sibility of building those reservoirs, by so doing, it would so cripple the lev-euues lev-euues that it could not make provisions provis-ions fur its own water system, that is a pressing necessity. If the Council desired to pass an ordinance whereby all the lands under our irrigating system sys-tem could be taxed, well and good, the measure would have their hearty support, for such a law would be just. Councilman Packard said ;petitions had beeu presented to him in relation to the various nuisances in town, such as llllhy corral's, pig sties, etc. The committe on health was instructed in-structed to investigate the matter. Mayor Reynolds thought a move should be made to remove the barns aud yards from certain streets, Johuson did not think it right lo make an ordinance compelling citi zens to move their corrals back Into the lots, but they should be kept clean wherever located. Chillis said; many of our citizens owned the streets adjacent to their land and they should be permitted to build their yards where they pleased on their own land. The Mayor asked the attorney, if is became necessary to borrow money loinakc public improvements, could the council mortgage the City pasture? pas-ture? Attorney Thurman said the Council Coun-cil could mortgage or sell, for the pub lic good, as it belonged to the city, as , i . 1.1 1 ....I A an individual, a tin n count who without the consent of the citizens. I i LIVERY and TRANSFER STABLES. CORNER of ROYLANCE and SIXTH STREET- Gentle horses, and all kinds of first class vehicles in constant readiness. Y? WASH. STRAW Proprietor of Liivery and First-Class Horses and Rigs for hire at done to all local and outside points. for rigs for O. 13 1X133 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers news-papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. it Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver li and bladder remedy. It is the great medical medi-cal triumph of the nineteenth nine-teenth century; discovered dis-covered after years of fQsB Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent kidney and bladder blad-der specialist, and ts wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles trou-bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended rec-ommended for everything but if you have kidney, kid-ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need. 1 1 has been tested In so many ways. In hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase pur-chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and fv7Vv' send your address i Dr. Kilmer A C.n Rintr- I EJ to iirfSsysma.:!7 He.hamton. N. Y. Th regular fifty cent and Home of Bwunp-noot. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. Kjrnrntlmm In ,Jti,Io. The Palestine exploration fund has been for the last two years carrying on excavations tn western Jinlea. Remains exti ndlng iu time over fifteen centuries have beeu unearthed. We hava here two well denned pro-Israelite periods, and also the Jewish fleleueldau and Roman periods. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Warners White Wine of Tar Syrup, the best cough remedy on earth. 25 and 50 cents. Voltaire an a l'lnjr V rlter. A French journal recalls the story of Voltaire, who, under a fictitious name, offered to the Comedle Francalse a play entitled "La Droit du Seigneur." It was promptly rejected as badly written writ-ten and poor In rhyme, but when he offered the same manuscript a second time under the title "L'Ecuell du Sage" and signed with his own name It was accepted with enthusiasm and universally univer-sally declared admirable. Something That Will Uo Vou (Jd. We know of no way iu which we can be of more serv'ae to our readers than to teli them of something that will be of real good to them. For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best remedies on the market for coughs, colds and that alarming complaint, croup. We refer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used It with such good results in our family so long that tt has become a household necessity. By Its prompt use we haven't any doub, but that it has time and again prevented croup. This testimony is given upon our own experience, aurl we suggest that our readers.e specially those who have small children, always keep it in their homes as a safeguard against cioup. Vunuun (i. C.) Mes-neiKjer. Mes-neiKjer. For sale by Springville Drug Co. HARMER & BROWN Sells the tenderest and best meats on the market. They also koep a choice line of fresh ami cured meats, lnrd, pities, canned goods, vegetables und fish nnd game in seasou. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. peed Stables. Lowest Prices. Transferlnf Special Prices made funeral parties. 'S OTjD stand. fiftieth year.