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Bright's Disease The largest sum ever paid for a prescription, changed hands in San Francisco, Aug. 30, 3901. The transfer involved in coin and stock $1 12,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men ' for a specific for Hriyht's Disease and Diabetes, hitherto incurable diseases. m v- a m a m mey commencea tne serious in vestigation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the Three nice rooms to rent. Inuuire at this office. A i jolly time at the Opera House, tomorrow night. Mapleto'n, Feb. 21st. Born to Mtf. Josepd Jensen a girl. For rent or sale, the Junction cured and tried it out on its merits by Hotel, furnished. Apply at this office. putting over three dozen cases on the Second hand buggies for Sale: co- treatment and watchinir them, f i - t-s w u ouvj sail a i fi i j r- i . TERSE TAliES OF THE TOKlfl. ww iney aiso goL pnysicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and 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 com tnitfee arid the clinical reports of the teut, caes were puniished and will be mailed free on application. Address John' J. Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery St. San Francisco, Cal. HARDER & BROWN Sells the tenderest and best meats on the market. They also keep a choice line of fresh and cured meats, lard, picles, canned goods, vegetables and fish and game in season. OUR PRICES ARH RIGHT. Provo Naturopathic Institute 68 N 1st West, PROVO - - UTAH Radical Cures by the Latest Natural Healing Methods. NO DRUGS! NO OPERATIONS! Methods used are 4 1A thXeopatly, Psyctottierapy, Hydro- .iflierapy, Elsctrot&erapy, Magnetism ' ' aai Massage. Those who arc unable-to vfsit uur Institute may be treated at" a di tance hy our new Psychological : : : : Treatmeut : : W.S. HQLDAWAY, Jr., Mgr. R.r. K. I. Brown or Provo writes: ! wjis cured o( rheumatism and neuralnia in otu treatment by Dr. Uoldaway." . (2. j-SmgK Will continue his PRACTICE this offiice. at REMEMBER 5: He is a Notary Public, and will give special care to the making mak-ing of all Deeds, Morcgages, Wills and all Legal Papers that require care and attention. He will also And Renters or Iiujers for Real Estate, If you have property for sale or rent, call on him, he will charge you nothing noth-ing for advertising, unless a sale is made, or a rental secured. Special attention paid to Probate Matters. HEALING NATUKfS POSITIVE RtMIOT rOW THt CCNTAIN CUKI OF LEAD POISONING. RHCUMA- TIM, COVT, AIL RIDNET COMPLAINTS, CA-TARRH, CA-TARRH, CCZCMA AND ALL OTHCB SRtN AND . BLOOD DISEASES NATURAL HOT SULPHUR WATER SALT LAKE HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM BATES 52-54 V. 3d So. SALT LAKE CITY 0160,000 bathing Resort WITHIN A BLOCK OP ALL MOTELS COVERIMS OVCH AN ACWC Of OROUND SOS tUldM OP WATER PCII MINUTE Hot Suk&ur Batiis in Porcelain ind MarbU Ttxbs, Private Pi urges OJV, and Immense Swimming Pools 3C OMSMIC MCKITM M PliUUKC ST VISITINS ATM WMCM IM SALT UK. TURKISH BATH Open Bat and Niomt. Visitors Welcome BCMO POSTAL fO ILLUSTSATCB I04HLIT served, E. Thorn. , Sara Bacon is the happy father of another fln boy. who came on the early train Tuesday. Get our sears now, you can't enjoy "My Uncle from New York" standing; so get there early. Don't forget. There with the jrood-! Who? why TLC.r T T 1 r . v. x-r . . . . a'-ij unuciiuui ievv xnrK, wnn nis merry troup, at Opera TTone 2th. Mrs. Jb rack Baxter of Salt Lake City, came down last Friday to meet with her sisters of the Home Culture Club. The numerous family of ' the Alle mans are engaged this p. in. and eve in their collective annual festivities and recreations. Miss Clora Carter and her friend Mr. Cooper came over from Fureka to spend Saturday and Sunday with the formers parents. For Sale Cheap A 3-room house. 3 acres of land with good wator right, hay shed and 30 tans of hay; 6 blocks from State St. W. A. Clark. For Sale The Kirkendall place, (residence property.) Good house and lot. Apply to Mark Cook or to Deal Bros. & Mendenhall, Springville. We pay the highest cash price for all fat beeves, muttons, veals, hogs and hides. We sell the best mpjit in the market. Harmer & Brown. 'At Valley Forge" at Provo, Tues day evening, March 4th. Be sure and see it! Washington and his faithful soldiers. Great historic nrodmrtinn. Miner Bros, have opened a new meat market; where the people can get supplied with all kinds of fresh and cured moats, canned goods and breakfast foods. When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballard's Suow Liniment will urive prompt relief. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Springville Drug Co. Lcadville Miner says; "My Uncle from New York"made an instantan eous hit. There is a laugh in every line of this b- ight skit. This C will surely -be at the Opera House Feb.28. I he citizens of the Second Ward met last Thursday afternoon to consider con-sider the. question, whether they would proceed with the building of l heir meeting house. It was decided to proceed with the work. The Ma ecu bee Bahd regaled the citizens with sweet music, - at their stand in the City P:uk. last Sunday afternoon. The sunshine was d-lightful d-lightful and many, both old and voung, enjoyed the entertainment. All dnncers should attend the ball at tlie Reynolds Hall to-morrow evening, eve-ning, as it is for the benefit ot the Fiist Ward M. I. A. Library. Every 50 cent piece spent for a public library is planting seed upon good irround. Earnest Carter who rasides in Manchester, Man-chester, Virginia was married to Mrs. Stella Jenkins whose family relations are of the best, and holding high places in Richmond Virginia. The Independent wishes them long years of joy and peace. You can help anyone whom you find suffering from inflamed throat; laryn- erael trouble, bronchitis, coughs, colds, etc., by abviseing the use of Ballard's Horehound Syrup; the great remedy for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents. Springville Drug Co. Reverend Bailey's discourse, last Sunday evening was a masterly effort and was listened to by a large audi ence. By request he has furnished a synopsis, which will be printed next week, there is not sufficient space this week to give it publicity. Don't letthe hand of time print wrinkles on your face. Keep young, by keeping the blood pure and the di gestive orerans in a healthful condition. con-dition. Heroine will do this. Health is youth, disease and sickness brings old age. Price, 50 cents. Springville Spring-ville Drug Co. . Are you nervous, run down, week and dispirited? Take a few doses of Herhine, it will infuse new energy new life into the exhausted nerves, the overworked brain or muscular system, and put a new face on life and business. Price, 50 cents. Sprihg-ville Sprihg-ville Drug Co. A Subscriber once wrote to his paper and asked the editor what he thought the weather would be the comming week, to which the editor answered. 'I hink it will be very much like your subscription." The subscriber happened to remember that his subscription sub-scription was unsettled and called and paid up. ' j The Miner BROS.carry a choice line of groceries, and spices. - A new lot of Street's & Smith's 10 cent books just in at Jordan's Book Store. A good upright Diano for rent, in good condition, cail at the 4th Ward Meeting House. ' If you want your horses shod sharp, to stay sharp, bring them to the shop of Th. Peterson, Will Lowe left Tuesday to work Emery Co. for the Studebaker Bros Manufacturing company. An 80 acre farm for sale: valuable for general farming, alfalfa, meadow and pasture. Inquire at this office. What a jolly bunch of comedians with my ''Uncle From New York." Opera House, without doubt, Feb. 28. Don't fail to see "Vallev Forcre" at the Provo Opera House, Tuesday eve. March 4th. A great play, a great company. Two candidates were initiated into the Order of the Maccabees, Saturday evening,15th inst, and thus the good work goes on. Confectionery, cigars, tobacco, celery, cabbage, and all varieties of vegetables, fresh and first-class, at Whitehead's. Eor Sale: Three and one half acres of good land, orchard and grove, a good brick house, well and cellar; a snap! Inquire at this office. A report by the Marconi telegraph liue, says that Miss Ruby Ethier has captured a husband, or has been caught by one, somewhere on the circuit. Ed. M. Burt Comedian, Frank Montrose, Mon-trose, Vocalist and dancer, Billy Cook the up-side down artist, in flights in mid air. with My Uncle from New York. Opera House, Friday, 28th. "Far away Moses" Johnson is heard from at last at Kanab, Kane Co. in the land of Bishop Guttler, the heavy man of the last Legislature. Ele ' has a large and enthusiastic class in ele-cution. Ross Bonney has been off the road for a few days, visiting with his wife. Sunday, he was seen on the street wheeling a perambulator along with a baby in it, looking as though he was suie proprietor. The ,,Stalwarts"mentioned as having hav-ing beeu present at Fountain Green last Saturday were; J.M.Westwood, Geo., Harrison, David and Walter Wheeler, and Albert W. Harmer. The boys had a royal reception. The Sanpete Black Hawkers meet at Fountain Green last Saturday and l ... -1 A a. ! 11 a -n. uiiii a Kreai joumcation. -ne papers say that five Springville . Stalwarts were there; the said Stalwarts have not been made known a tthis office. vvnen you lack energy, do not relish your food, foil dull and stupid, after eating, take a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach & Liver Tablets. Auey win iiiaKevou reel nice a new man and give you an appetite like a bear, tor sale by the Springville Drug Co. Court Union. No. 8130 of the an cient, order or Foresters have just paid Erastus Thorn $37, his sick be nefit, for five weeks illness, besides this he received medical attention free, amounting to as much more in cash. It is a good thiug to belong to a fraternal order. 1 rlSsiT are likely to be used for glazing coffee? If you knew, you would bo euro to demand Lion Coffee which ia. never contaminated with any glaring of any sort, either eggs or glue just pure, fresh, strong, fragrant coffee. The sealed package insures uni-zorm uni-zorm Quality and freshness. There is probably no disease or con dition of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than piles. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment cures them quickly, without with-out pain or detention from business. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75c. Springville Drug Co. The Black Hawk war veterans of Wasatch Co. held a rousing reception at Heber City Tuesday, 18th, Our old time fiddler Henery Walker led the music, and the Misses Brown of our town sang several songs. Our old timer Wm. Clyde did some lively step dancing. They had a glorious time. 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. Price, 25 cents. Springville Spring-ville Drug Co. Francis WIHard's Berthday. The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular regu-lar parlor meeting to-morrow at 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clara Packard. Pack-ard. The program will be in remembrance remem-brance of the great founder of the Temperence Union, Francis Wiliard, consisting of the following numbers: Devotional, Mrs. Newton; gems from Miss. Willard's pen; Childhood and girlhood of Miss.Willard, by Miss Roe, Song by Miss Sophie Packark; Miss Willards temperence work and what she accomplished; by Miss Plmypton; Song by Miss Jennie Thompson; Temperence Tem-perence recitation, Miss Flossie Packard. Pack-ard. Sociabilities after the program. All invited. - If you want a copy of the celebrated celebra-ted World's Almanac, see Jordan the book-man about it. For a good meal in any style, fresh bread, confectionery and cigars, call at Mrs. Van Noiisdall's. "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 confidence con-fidence in this remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moo re. North Star, Mich. For sale by the Springville Drug Co. Myra Elizabeth Chamberlain, nee Weight, died suddenly, of ptomaine poisoning, at her home in Salt Lake City, last Tuesday morning. Her! brother James and others went to the City upon the receiptor the news. The deceased was born in Snriner- ville 30 years ago. She will be laid to rest in Salt Lake to-dav. Ex-editor Gibson went into the hills ast Thursday to view the country. He visited Mack Dougall at his ranch and had a tine visit, he saw no Man- eaters as Geo. Averett had cauerht them all, but he had a lovely tramp over the hills, and returned Friday evening bringing the Oakland school ma'am to town with him for her Sunday vacation. The rotund form, crowned by the jocund face of Jos. Storrs of American Americ-an Fork occupied a chair in this office for half an hour last Saturday. He came over with wife and children Saturday, to spend two days with his parents. He is getting somewhat accustomed to American Fork, but feels quite at home in Springville. He is working with the Co.op, and is bishop of one of the wards. f Thomas Fuller was arrested in Provo, and is serving eight days in jail for drunkeness and fast driving. Amasa Smith is also in jail, upon the charge of furnishing booze to Fuller, who is a minor. Smith plead guilty to the charge and in default of the $10 fine being paid, was placed in jail. iHis brother Jared was tiving to raise the money in town Tuesday to secure Amasa's liberty, but so far as heard he had not been successful. The report that David Singleton resisted the Sheriff, the day of his ar rest for forgery, and was subdued only after being handcuffed, has been ascertained to be false. It also seem io pe quiie prooaDie tnat tne ooy is not guilty of the charge, to the extent ex-tent stated, but that he hud been used as a tool by sharps, and that he is only wanted in Idaho to testify ... J A A a against mem. rnis paper will give the facts as soon as they are obtai ned. f James Weight's version of the Gud-mundson Gud-mundson misunderstanding is' as fol lows: He went to the leader of the orchestra to engage the music for the Foresters ball. Mr. Gudmundson wanted $18.00, Weight would only promise him $15.00 for a certainty but agreed to pay $18.00 if the party came out ahead of expenses, and said Moses agreed- to that proposition without any reservation whatever Several others coroborattj the statement state-ment of Mr. Weight. W. C. T. U. Contest. On Thursday evening. Mar. 6th. in the City Hall, the. little people of our J town will compete for two silver medals, on oratorical and a musical. The successful contestants of Maple-ton Maple-ton will favor us with their recita-ions, recita-ions, we also expect Mr. Milton Cae f Provo who won the gold medal in the state contest to also render his winning recitation on this occasion. Mrs. John Reed of Salt Lake City has been invited to act as a judge and to abd to the interest bv her pleasing elecutionary ability. Music will be furnished by the L.T.L. Admission, adults 10 cents children, child-ren, 5 cents. The History of Springville. , Having a few Histories of Springville Spring-ville on hand the following offer is made; Every new subscriber to the Injepbndent , who - will pay one year in advance, $!.'5, will be given a History free! AlKtld subscribers who will pay one year iu advance will be erved the same. In order to make this paper more interesting, the publishers pr' pose to give a biographical sketch of some of the old timers, male or female, or some brief incident in the history of our city, each week. It has been sug gested that such readings will be of much interest to all. This matter will be filed with the History, and used in its revission, , which will le undertaken in clue time. Any person who may be in possess ion of such historical data, please hand it in; write concisely and plain ly, and with ink, on one side only and it will have due consideration. The Histories are 50 cents. PROBATE NOTIC It the matter of the estate of Franki I 'T A Crandall, deceaped. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, under-signed, W. E, Watson, admistrator of the estate cf Franklin A. Crandal' deceased' to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchees, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at his residence in springville, Utah, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of sid estate. Dated this 19th day of February, Feb-ruary, 1902. , W. E. Watson, Administrator. J. W. N. AViiitecotton, Attorney for Administrator. First publication' Feb. 27, 1902 i Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they filter fil-ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheumatism rheu-matism come from excess ex-cess of uric acid in the kidney trouble. ' Kica he?rdSrUbJe CaVses uIck or unsteady 5ffV ' and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is w,ng ; PumPinr thick, kidney-po kidney-po soned blood through veins and arteries. it used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearl all constitutional diseases have their beginning begin-ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ana is soia on its merits by all druggists in fifty-cent fifty-cent and one-dollar siz- i ou may nave a CO -- rvl kAiil. I . . r"'"; uuluc y mail Home of Swamp-Root. tree, also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. "I have the honor to acknowler e the receipt, of a letter from yourself and J. M. West wood. Commander-in-chief, in behalf of the Utah Indian War Veterans, requesting pieces of i)ld field ordnance, and in reply I am pleased to adivse you that I will tomorrow to-morrow introduce in the Senate a bi 1 granting to the Utah Indian War Vet erans three niecps of .iri - - ' wi uiiuilVU with gun carriages, caissons and har ness complete." Artillery for Black Hawk Vets. The following is a letter written to M.L.Pratt. Adj Gen. U.I.W.V., and J.M.Westwood, by Hon. J.L. K awl ins. Senator Kearns and Congressman Sutherland have written similarly. Catcs the Grip in Ttno pays No remedy equals Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup for thib terrible and fatal disease. If taken thoroughly and in time, it will cure a case in two days, and for the couuh that follows La GriDpe it never fails to give relief. Price 25 and 50 cents. STANDARD MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail Butchers- All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats and a Full Line of Groceries. BY GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM. ran 111! is: The Intrepid Associated Press war correpondent, wl was aboard the V. S. S. Brooklyn during the entire fire months of the campaign. Illustrated with, photographs taken bj the Author during the fight. , ; The Rflost SenoatSonnt Book of the Day - The true story of the famous crntse of the tfylnf Squadron under Commodore W infield Scott Schley, includ ing the blockade and destruction of the Spanish fleet. Contains an autograph endorsement and personal account of the battle by Kear-Admiral Schley. "The facts of the story of the movements and operations of the Flying: Squadron as the author tells them in this book are correct." -W.S. SCHLEY. An Interesting narrative of facts. Explains the so- called "Retrograde Movement;" the "Loop;" the "Coaling Problem." and settles conclusively every adverse- ruling of the Court of Inquiry. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, when Ooveroor of New York, said: "Mr. Qrshasi's story Is the best accosnt I have heard or read of the aval I ightinr during the war. It needed Just as much cosrage to go about taking photo graphs as It did to work the gsns." THE NEW YORK HERALD says: "Mr. Graham, la the telling of facts, leaves the reader free to make the deduction that several naval officers need a Ceart of Inquiry In-quiry to re-establish their rcsatatieB, M No subject has ever been before the public that has Interested everybody as the manner in which Admiral Schley has been treated, and the Arnerican people i demand the full mmnanrtltlon olfla Hmro of Mntlmtrm. This Dooic teas evervthlnir lust as it occurred and as the eyewitnesses saw it. Book is, selling: like wildfire. Liberal commissions. Outfit and books now ready. Send seven 2-cent stamps for canvassing outfit. ACT QUICK. Now is the tina to MAKE MONEY. Price $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.75, according to style of binding desired. AGENTS I W. B. COriKEY COMPANY WANTED Soto Pubishoro, CHICAGO. LIVERY and TRANSFER STABLES. CORNER of ROYLANCE and SIXTH STREET- A Returned Missionary. Elder C. W.Ried, a brother in-law to Bp. Ed. Anderson, who for the last four years has been on a mission to the Samoan Islands, returned Tues day morning and gave his Springville friends a joyful surprise. His wife accompanied him to the far off islands where their first and only child was torn during the insurrection at Apia in March 1899. In consequence of ill health Mrs. Reid returned to Utah in October, 1899, but died at Provo two days after her arrival. Mr. Reid labored the major Dart of the time on the island of lutuila, the most of his labor being in the schoolroom school-room There was a family gathering at the home of Ed, Olesou last even ing to give the missionary a reception which was numerously attended and much enjoyed. He departed for -his home in Manti this morning. Gentle horses, and all kinds of first constant rediness. class vehicles in WASH. STRAW Proprietor of Liivepy and peed Stables. First-Class Horses and Rig3 for hire at Lowest Prices. Transfering done to all local and outside points. Special Prices made -. !: for rigs for funeral.parties. AT P.