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Bright's Disease The largest sum ever paid for a prescription, changed hands in Sao Francisco, Aug. 30, -2901. The transfer involved in coin and stock ,$112,500.00 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 in-Testigation in-Testigation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting 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. 2o, 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 tent cases were puoiished and will be mailed free on application. Address John J. Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery St. San Francisco, Cal. TERSE TALES Of THE TOM Born, Tuesday morning, to Mr. and Mrs Isaac Brown, a baby girl. For, rent or sale, the Junction Hotel, furnished. Apply at this office. Oh the snow, the snow, the beautiful beauti-ful snow; why come in spring? vice longago. Just the thing for Utahs best Crop! A fine line of'Baby carriages and Go- Carts, just in; fifty to select from, at H.T.Reynolds &Co. . Father Henry Manwaring died last Tuesday at 5.p.m. His funeral servi ces will be held at the Meeting House today at 2 p.m. Henry Uoylance came down from Idaho last Monday. It looks, prima facieally, as though he brought the snowstorm with him. 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 RRB RIGHT. Provo Naturopathic Institute 68 N 1st West, PROVO - - UTAH Radical Cures by the Latest Natural Healing Methods. HO DRUGS! NO OPERATIONS! Methods used are Osteopathy, - Psyc&otteraBT, Hydrotherapy, Hydro-therapy, Electrotherapy, Magnetism and Massage. A- Those ' vhw a Institutes ma tance by re unaole .to .visit our ay oe treatfM at a d is our new psychological Treatment : : : : f. S. HOLD AWAY, Jr., Mgr. Mr. Jl D. Brown of Provo writes: ' was cured of rheumatism and neuralgia In one treatment by Dr. Iloldaway." Joiin Reynolds Breeder of Thoroughbred White Piymoth Rocksi!&w, Gild Edge Stock. Prices Right. The Evening Telegram of Salt Lake delivered every evening at your house except Suuday night for GO cents per month. Leave orders at Jordan's Book Store. When children have earache, saturate sat-urate a piece of cotton with Ballard's Snow Liniment, and place it in the ear. It will stop the pain quickly. Price 50 cents. The home of Mr, and Mrs J.F. Bringhurst was made glad, last Friday Fri-day morning, by the advent of a sweet baby girl, the eighth in the series of children at their hDme. Couldn't help getting a cold never cures it: but carrying? home a bottle of Ballard's Horehound syrup, and using it as directed, will cure the worst kind of cough or cold. Price 50c. The W.C.T.U. will hold a parlor meeting at the home of Mrs. Zina Cummings next Friday at 3 o'clock p. m. A good program will be given. All mothers and young ladies are especially invited. Mr. Mose Gudmundson will give instructions in-structions on the Violin, Cornet, Clarinet, Clar-inet, Guitar, Trombone- and other orchestral instruments. Will also give instructions in harmony. Charges very light for the next three months. Children often inherit feeble digestive di-gestive power, and colic of a more or less severe character results, when food is taken which is at all difficult to digest; White's Cream Vermifuge acts as a general and permanent tonic. . Price 25c. The Students Society of the public schools,? gave a splendid program at the central last Friday evening. (,"A young rrfan'sf opportunity," by Rose Peterson, was jndged the best effort of the evening. These society meetings meet-ings are becoming more and more interesting, and parents are taking a comendable interest in them. Spring is coming and we are prepared prepar-ed for our trade better than ever before be-fore in staple and fancy Dry Goods and notions. Call and see our nice, pleasant girls, they know just what you want and will treat you in the most metropolitan style, while you are inspecting our New Spring Stocki Yours Truely, H. T. Reynolds Co: When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need .a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse your stomach, improve your apDetite and make you feel like a new man. They are easy to" take, being sugar coated, and pleasant in effect. For sale by Springville Drug Company. Will continue his LEGKA-Li PRACTICE at this offiice. REMEMBER Spring and Summer Styles, 1 902. He is a A uew lot of Streets & Smith's 10 cent : books just in at Jordan's Book Store. ' 'V''.' : - J Mr. and Mrs, Philip Chase returned Saturday from a visit to their relatives rela-tives in Kane County. Have your Blacksmithirig and wheels repaired, by Tb. Peterson. All material furnished at wholesale prices. : '"V Always something good to read in stock' at Jordan's Book Store. If he hasn't what you want he will get it for you. Horses like oats, Spring chickens like wheat.' We have plenty of both to trade for cash, 4 J, Yours truly H.T.Revnoids &Co. Eor Sale; Three and one half acres of good land, orchard and grove, a good brick house, well and cellar; a snapl Inquire at this office. The "original verses" reported in the Relief Society report last week, were composed and read by Elisabeth Gange. By some inadvertence her name was spelled Congor. No one knows the unbearable torture tor-ture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afflicted. Tabler's Buck eye Pile Ointment is a quick, safe and painless cure. Price 50c in bot tles. Tubes, 75c. Mrs Annie Jones Atkin of Provo will pay your 1 fare to-Provo and re turn If you will attend her Easter sale and purchase one of those elegant and reasonable hat3, either for street or full dress. The sale takes place Saturday, . March 29th. You will never wish to take an other dose of pills if you once try Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Ehey cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver 'and bowels. Sold at Springville Drug Co. Just arrived at H.T.Reynolds &Co., from Chicago; TWO CAR LOADS of strictly up to date furniture, everything every-thing necessary to furnish a home complete. Donot go out of town when you can do as well and often better here. Yours truly H.T.Reynolds &Co For all pulmonary troubles Ballard's Bal-lard's Horehound Syrup, taken in the stages, proves a certain and sure specific. spe-cific. It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough, and if used in season prevents the further development develop-ment of consumption. Price 50c. "Pictures from the land of Plenty," has just been received, which, is a lovely pamphlet of 22 pages, ellegant-ly ellegant-ly illustrated, setting forth the wonderful won-derful productiveness and romantic beauties of the Grand Ronde Valley, Oregon. J- It is indorsed by E. D. Whiting, one of our boys', and is very interesting reading. Last week a couple, of our young blonds; tried pugilistic conclusions with each other,' very much to the damage of one of them. They had been partaking rather freely of the beverage that exhilarates, intoxicates and degenerates, and by a sort of you-dare-not-knock-a-chip-off-my-shoulder arrangement, the 6et to was "pulled off." Constable Crandall bappned to pass, and seeing the belligerants hot at it, arrested them, justice Boyer assessed one $10, the other half that amount. It is to be hoped that the lessen will be salutary, to the extent that such a thing will not occur again in our City. y TL.eece.led pacliaj.;i insures uniform i EI tjuliii" and freithnfiti. I In & (sriass of Water. Put a handful olglased cdffee in a giassof water, vasn ell the coatm look at it; smell it! it fit to drink? Give SOI the same test. It leaves the water bright and clear, because it's iust HUN For a good meal in any style, fresh bread, confectionery and cigars; also for fresh Oysters, in any style, call at Mrs. Van Norsdall's. The Rev. Thatcher of Salt Lake City, will lecture, Sunday evening, in Fraternity Hall. Subject; Easter Hop. Everybody invited. Are you sick? If so, investigate the merits of Herbine. It is a concentrated concentra-ted medicine, the dose is small, yet it quickly produces the most gratifying gratify-ing results, digestion improves, the lips and cheeks lose their pallor, the eye becomes bright and the step elastic. elas-tic. Price 50c. V Our Grocery Department; We have on sale choice California mixed pickles at 15 cts per qt; qts 25cts; Sour crout at 10 cts per qt; 2 qts 15 cts; a choice line of canned meats, vegetables vege-tables and fruits; in fact a full and complete assortment Of staple and fancy groceries at bottom prices. We are always pleased to see you. Very truly Yours, H.T.Reynolds &Co The History of Sprir sville. Having a few Histories of Springville Spring-ville on hand the following offer is made; Every new subscriber t i the Independent, who will pay one vear in advance, $1,25, will be given a History free! AH old subscribers who will pay one year iu advance will be served the same. In order to make -this paper more interesting, the "publishers- propose 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 suggested sug-gested that such readings wili be of much interest to all. This matter will be filed With the History, and used in its revission, which will be undertaken in due time. hoti8ands Have Kidney Troubla and Don't Know it. How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand .twenty-four hours; a r-T seaiment or set- i . r- r . uinp indicates an unhealthy condition condi-tion of the kidneys; kid-neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney kid-ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back it altn convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder blad-der are out of order. x What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, Swamp-Koot, the great kidncv m.,. ..tm - " , J ' .iv-vjjr juauia every o -.noiii. uoiii in ma Jterrf Any person who may be in possess- i ys Iiver bladder and every part ion of such historical data nlPRR 1 i ( ..w.u naici cLriri 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. Consumption Cure Warner's Warn-er's White Wine of Tap Syrup, the best cough remedy on earth, cures a cold in one dav if taken in and 50 cents. time. 25 NOTICE To City land owners: There will be a meeting at the City Hall at 2. p. m. Friday March 28th, to take into consideration the business of incorporating incorpo-rating into eight irrigating districts and such other matters pertaining to irrigation as may be proper. H.T.Reynolds, Mayor. Rio Grande Conference Rates. For Conference andXadies Relief Society Excursions, the Rio Grande Western will sell round trip tickets from Springville to Salt Lake and return, for $2 10. Tickets can be purchased from April 3d to 6th inclusive; inclu-sive; good returning until April J2 Trains will leave Springville at 8.15 a.m. , and 4.25 p.m. Trains leave Salt Lake returning; at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. Practically Starving. "After using a few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received perfect per-fect and permanent relief from a severe se-vere and chrouic case of stomach trouble, trou-ble, "says J.R, Holly, real estate, insurance in-surance and loan agent, of Macomb, III- "Before using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meai witnout intense suffering. She is now entirely cured. Several physi lcians and many remedies had failed lu give renei." you don't have to diet. Eat any good food you want, bu don't overload the ostomach. Kodo Dyspepsia Cure will always digest for you. Peoples Drug Store. C)erk McDowell's Start. Alexander McDowell, the clerk of the house, had a curious start in life. As. he tells the story, he was setting type one day in a printing office in Oil City, Pa., when he saw a steamboat steam-boat stop at a wharf near by. "I have set my last type," he said to the man next to him. "Why?" asked his companion. com-panion. "Because," said he, "I am going go-ing to Pittsburg." McDowell, true to his word, was a passenger on the boat. When he landed at Pittsburg he saw a man on the wharf selling cheap jewelry. jew-elry. He bought the man's stock for a very small sum and went back to Oil City. The oil boom was then at its height and McDowell had no trou ble in selling his gold-plated rings and his gaudy brooches at a price far beyond be-yond the few dollars they had cost him. When ho had sold out he was over $500 ahead of the game. He invested in-vested the money judiciously and made more. Now he is a banker and well off in this world's goods. McDowell wears jewehy nowadays, but it is not the kind he peddled around the streets -Washintrn Pot. scaldintr , . . ... UOOOIUE ... . w-v viicui5 louowmg use of liquor-wine liquor-wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary extra-ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful won-derful cures of the most distressing cases. It you need a medicine you should have tho best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wonaenui discovery and a book that tns. more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail. u rwumer Home of Bwamp-Rooi. v-ro., Bmghamton, N. Y. When writing mention men-tion reading this generous offer in this paper. Thre is now some talk of producing produc-ing "Corianton," the play writ en b Orestes Utah Bean' at the Elks Carnival, Car-nival, to be held in Salt Lake City next August. The play is founded on the boos of Mormon, and is aid to be a powerful one. To Cure A Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box 25c DICK A NORMAN STALLIONS Will serve at the residence of James H. Holley, at Mapleton,. Utah, for the season of 1902, on the followingterms; $7.00 for the season. Ten per cent discount will be given for cash in advance. James II. Holley, Roswell Bird. ' - CO-OP FURNITURE CO. V., :.l..: Salt. Lake City. NNON, Vice Prest. - LIAMS. Supt. : wt JOHN HENRY SMITH. Prest. O. H. PETTIT, Tieas. LEWIS M. CAN W. N. WILLIAI ill seli CARPKJS, at reduced prices during Cdriference. arrOVES and FURNITURE Call prices. Try Us- ana examine our We will treat We Are Located At goods and you right. it Notary Public, I in and will give special care to the mak- Clothing, Hats and Gents iug ui an xeeas, xl or ceases. W ills Furnishings, ana an L.etrai Papers that require care and attention. He will also find Renters or Buyers for Real Estate. If you have property for sale or rent, call on him, he will charge vou nothing noth-ing for advertising, unless "a sale is made, or a rental secured. Special attention paid to Probate blatters. NOW READY AT A ID HP A M CO HEALING HATUHf rOSITIVI KtMKOT ron TMC CERTAIN CORK OT LEAD POISONINO. RHSUtlAo T1S. GOUT. ALL RIDNCT COMPLAINTS, CATARRH, CA-TARRH, ECZEMA AND ALL OTHER 8m AND BLOOD DISEASES NATURAL MOT SULPHUR WATER SILT LAKE EOT SPRINGS SAN1TAM m urns 554 W. 3d Sa. SALT LAKE CITY 1 01GO,000 DATHING RESORT WITHIN A BLOCK OF ALL HOTELS COVERING OVE AN ACME OF GROUNO SO GALLONS OF WATER PCS MINUTE Hat Sulphur Baths in Porcelain and TZxibU Tubs, PrtvaU Plunges ir aod Immense Swimming Pools htvt MCALTM MW milMRC BV VISITINa MTN WHtN IN SALT JWtC. TURKItH ATMS - Open Bat and Nmht. Visitors Welcome sens postal ro ilmistrato bookut he OlotMers 45 - 47 Wain St. Salt Lake City. Our stock is so large, and representing the Newest Styles, GOOD QUALITY, I great variety in pattern ; and design, with LOW PRICES combined, make it , possible for us to PLEASE ALL COMERS. , , t If you do not need "a suit, perhaps we can sell you a Hat or a Shirt." v ' We Specially Invite Tour Inspection to our SPECIAL VALUES in $10 $12.50 &$15 suits , BAETOW & CO. PROBATE NOTICE. It the matter of the estate o Franklin" A. Crandall, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, W. E, Watson, admistrator of the estate of Franklin A. Crandall deceased4 to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four mourns arter the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at his residence in springville, Utah, tne same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated this J9th day of February, Feb-ruary, 1902. W. E. Watson, Administrator. J. W. N. Whitecotton, Attorney for Administrator. First publication' Feb. 27, 1902. Cheap Rates East The Great Rock Island andPaciflc Railway has served notice on the Chairman of the Western Passenger Association making a proposition eff ective for rates from Chicago to Denver, Den-ver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return, as follows: Date of sales, July 1st to 10th, August 1st to 14th. Sep tember 1st to 10th, inclusive, at $25. 00; intermediate points in proportion; and on June 1st to 30th, July 11th to 31st, August 15th to 31st, and Sep tember lltbto 15th, at one fare plus $2.00. A proposition was also submitted for east-bound rates from Denver, Colorado SDriners and Pueblo, at one fare, plus $2.00; on sale, June 7th and 8th; 13th and 14th, and June 24th, to SeDtember 12th inclusive. It will be seen that the earlv selling 1 dates east-bound in June, will take care of the school teachers immedi-! ately after school closes. 33 and 37 Main St. jfe flnnie Jones Atkin THE LEADING .MILLINER AT PROVO Will Give a Grand Easter Sale Saturday Mar. 29. HUNDREDS of New Styles for this Millmery AH the Swell Styles in Street Springville ladies are kindly requested request-ed to call. Event; Hats; LIVERY and TRANSFER STABLES. CORSET, of EOYLAHCE Md SIXTE STREET. Gentle horses, and a new lot of first class vehicles in constant readiness.