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THE SPftiXSYILLE ijtDEPEsOEHT Imu4 every Friday. n. r. JT1.T. EM I tor aa4 XtMftr. Motored at th poht oft1i-i lit tSprlnirvllle. U u. for trnm.mlifn Ibruub tli uiaiia aa l xt!(l-clj matter. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. One year, Six months. Three months. 2.00 1.00 .50 MLITICAL K0TI3- A newspaper, especially a non-partisan one, Dever get any benefits or ciDolumenU from any political party or parties other than the revenue derived de-rived from charging and collecting or notices of meeting, calls for primaries pri-maries and conventions, announcements announce-ments of rallies, etc., and as all the notices arc of more benefit to the party desiring their publication than tn our riadt'i-, Th Independent will cheerfully puolinh the same, at regular re-gular advertising ratesnot otherwise. other-wise. Where payment for work Is not guaranteed by some responsible person, cah must accompany the copy, to iowre insertion.' A koap from Lake Shore to Spring-villc Spring-villc quick. It Is a mistaken idea to suppose that schools will only last two terms. They will continue for at least six to nine months. The most devoutly wished for events that we can think of Is the remoneti-ration remoneti-ration of silver, Increased prosperity, a cash basis for everything, and a good shower. Now that it Is decided ladles cannot can-not rote, we hope they will turn their enthusiasm Into study. Do not affllU ate with either party until you know the whercforuess of the which. Sonk of our friends seem to think we have decided that Mr. Evans Is guilty of the actloas charged in 'JustlceV letter. Wc do not, uor docs our reference to It so Indicate, by careful perusal. The district schools opened Monday with such an increased attendance that the building accommodations are wholly inadequate, and arrangements re being made for the use of the Seventies' Sev-enties' hall. We ee the minutes of the last meeting of the city council Mr. F. M. Fnell has. petitioned for an electric light franchise. Wc rejoice to see the probable advent of electric llghta-aod llghta-aod hope to see their bright glimmer ooo. Ir some of the peony-whistle political poli-tical papers Intend to publish the entire en-tire Slate ticket at the head of tbelr editorial columns we look to see nothing noth-ing but favorite nominees' names Oiling Oil-ing the editorial pages a vast Improvement Im-provement In some cases. IlOMEOof the Am. Fork Item 4a' In error. We do not apologize for lack of news, but rather for our inability to put Id readable shape, owlug to our having, aofortunately, ipent several hour In his company, Py . the bye; we are like the readers of the Item io that we 'believe it far better to leave a blank space, than to All up with the stuff usually found on page 2 of that emtirlo hand-bill. The Indications are that we shall ooo have a One bridge over Hobble creek on Main street-something that we, with the cillrtns of Sprlngvllle have been asking for for lo! these many months. It appear Spring-title Spring-title has guaranteed the labor of placing plac-ing lo the stone ahuttnienu, grading and other necessary work. Sow let us turn lo hui be ready with our part of of the contract. That portion of Mala tree! hu ever been an eyesore, and bow that lbs county court Is ready let u come uphandomr)-do it up trown. TEI TICKETS. Well, both party ticket are in the field, and the voter are left to choose for Ibeiaselres whlcU tbey shall endorse. en-dorse. In our opinion both parties have put up splendid material, the very heat we have, in fact; with, pos-nibiy, pos-nibiy, a few exceptions. In our reference refer-ence Ut week to the Republican ticket tick-et not containing enough native born timber, we meant no reflection mi the ability or Illness of those who are not native born. In our tlrst corps of officers we think Utah peoplo ought to have the preference whero equal ability It kiujwn. As far as 'past conditions' arc concerned con-cerned we think they ought to be buried buried so deep that resurrection resurrec-tion would lie impossible. In looking around the political field j one Is forcibly reminded of the story of I'aul, who was at one time so Litter that he was Christ's greatest enemy, but as soon as he was convinced of his position he was then the very best advocate ad-vocate of the, then, new idea. So it is with many of the former enemi K of Utah people. They are now. and have ben since 'condi tions changed,' the very best friends of Utah and her people, and should not be looked on wit.i anything but favor, provided they are cSlcicnt men. LAKE SHORE AND SPRING VILLS ROAD- A road between Sprlngville and Lake Shore is certainly a great necessity for Lake Shore as it will save the residents resi-dents of that place from 5 to 15 miles travel, and to Sprlngvllle it will be ;i direct benefit, establishing the natural natur-al junction with the. State road. It ought to be the menus of the dropping of many an odd dollar In our city, besides be-sides increasing the ImporUucc of Sprlugvillc, making it the first city met In coming from the very populous districts of Lake Shore, Henjamin, lower Payson and Spanish Fork, as it is now the flrst city met In coming from the East on the It. G. W. The Trlbunecalls for a 'clean campaign" cam-paign" and tbcu stultifies itself by as sailing such men as Jos. L. Rawlins, Moses Thatcher and others, Just because be-cause they don't happen to suit its 'Independent politics.' The Herald is equally as rabid lu its abuse of Hebet M. Wells, who Is a man who stands high in the estimation of all who know him, and who is a personal friend of all connected with the Herald; Her-ald; and but then, perhaps the Herald Her-ald wishes to see Mr. Wells elected. Politics may be like a Ore a good ser. vant but a bad master and it seems to be the roaster of a great many papers in Utah and not a few people. Cure for Hoadaohs- As a remedy for all forms of Jlead ache Electric Hitters has proved to le the very best. It effects a permanent per-manent cure and the most dreaded haMtual sick headaches yield to its influence. Ve urge all who arc afflicted afflict-ed to procure a bottle, and tflvo this remedy a fair trial. In cases of hal-tual hal-tual cuiHtl nation Electric liittcrc cures by giving tlio needed toue to the bowels, and fuw rases long resist the ise of this medicine. Try it once Large bottles only Fifty cents at Ir C. J. Peterson' pfug Store. firaui AtUBtisa- ' Mooey loaned on irrigated farms at tft per wot per annum. Vrlte or ap. ply personally to Samuel .Girruby, Spanish Fork, Utah. tt strength's and builds 3S a KooJ appetitand promotes digestion, clears the complexion and rc5torcMhe,iSxly to perfect health. Sold by all I)ru2;Uts at Ji.co frr bottle. TMC D. J. M. MCICAN MCOICINC CO., $T. ICUU, MO. Mra. S. A. Kcll, of Pa-aona, Cal., had the bad luck to sprain her ankle. "I tried several liniments," she says, 'but was not cured until I rued Chamberlain's Cham-berlain's Fain Balm. That remedy cured me and I take pleasure in reeo-mending reeo-mending it and testifying to Its efficiency." effi-ciency." The medicine is also of great value for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the chebt, pleurisy and all deep sealed and muscular pains. For sale by ail druggist. Na ' nay! 'ot if I make the trip via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Through vestibuled trains, composed of Iining Cars, first and second class Sleepers and Free reclining re-clining Chair Cars. For further informations in-formations call on r address, G. Sv. Craig U. P. Agent, Provo. srtxiAL. itoncK. The new management have taken all subscriptions accounts from Mr. l. C. Johnson, and take pleasure In, forwarding for-warding The Independent lo nil who have fav.ired the former owners with their patronage. It is earnestly re-(,u-Mi.ed that all those who are receiving receiv-ing the paper should call oradve the otllce as to the correctness of the address ad-dress or of any errorstbat may exist. Do not wiit until jou harje the pay, just come and let's get acquaii4.'d and i if you have apytliing to spare from your farm, goden or other source of income, bnng it along. SnriBgyille is the home of us all, and such thi are Just what we want to live NOTICE FOR P I.Miil Oltti t-at Mult I.uk Mih. lS!j. Notice l.i liereby irlvn t naiiic'I HritN rhtiH bled Hon to make iiiml priMif liiHiinim, mid that said i-o iHTorc iti i ouni y t-terK or rrovo city I inn on ."opt Herman hnow. II. K. Dec. Mth. 1MI1. for the mid SW. !, nl V. E. li of Sec. 20, and N of NW. , of Sec. Il, towuhlilpll, 8. K.4 E. 8. L. M. ftah. lionaineh thr following wttneiuw-i to prove IiIk contlniioiiM ivldcac upon nd cijlu.ii-t cijlu.ii-t Ion of. Mild land, vU: Hyruiii I,. So-rliiifc, Wm. It, McKell, A. TV. II. I.iiiid'ulM. F.mmT Hi'iiiilmll, all of Thlb-tlc, Thlb-tlc, L lah county, I'tah. HVKON GROO. KeglHtvr. T. C. Bailey, a'torney, . 2t7. T. Ghild & 5on, DKAI.EKH IN MOMENTS, HEADSTONES ETC. General Stone Cutting Neatly and Promptly Executed. SPRINGVILLE, . . UTAH. C. E. ANDERSON. PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER. Dealer in FRAMES, PICTURE FITTINGS and GLASS in all sizes, Pictures copied and enlarged by home artists Pictures of family groups, residences, stock or any subjects sub-jects taken on the spot. KP your Monty at Homt. SriUNGVILLE, UTAH, SAVE YOUR TEETH! riei li Silt Late City CwiR Dr. Ned Hewett, DENTIST. He will do better work for less money than any dentist west of Chicago. Chi-cago. Teeth without plates a specialty. special-ty. Pon't forget the place. 19 20 Soott-Anerbaok Building. P. 0. P.u 4i. Salt Lake (frri. ' 1 1 SV 4 TV K 4 t i I i . Li fi mill ll.l I K A ,K H i. a Lost Energy, Fickle appf titc, tired foeling, stomach sicknos aikl weakness can be promptly remeJicJ by using ' Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial HP Blood Purifier. up the enfeebled svstcm. treats Booklet! 'i Aram Skive. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Kruptions. and posiively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed guar-anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Mr. C. J. Pet erson. NEW SHEET KG SIC The Independent has a nice selection selec-tion of the newest sheet music, con-isting con-isting of songs, duetts, quartettes, tc, all of which is eopyrighted and the best out. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World Fair Hitrhcst Meisl nd Diploma. Chamberlain's Bye and 8kin Ointment : Is uneouulWd for Edema, Tetter, Salt- ' Rheum, Scald Jlead, Sore Nipples, Olinpped Hands, Itching Pita, Burns, Froct Litem, Chronic Sore Kyeaand Uranulatixi Eye Lids. For sale by dnif-gwts at 26 cento per box. TO HOBajToWMSRS. For putting a horse in a fine healthy con- ! dition try l)r. Lady's Condition Powders, j J hey tone up the Bvotetn, aid diction, cure ; low oi appuiue, relieve eonnipaucn, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, giviag new iil'o to an old or over-worked horse. 2o cento per package. For sale by druggiaU Ttjuo Fast Trains Daily to LEAUVII.LK ASI'KN, PlKlSU) COLOKAKO SrUI.NOS A.N'D 1KNVKK Effective Airil 3l.h, m. Train No. 2 leaves Ogden 7.00 a: in. Suit LakeS.or.a. m. Arrive at Pueblo 6:18 a. in. Colorado Springs :51 a.m. Denver 10:30 a. m. Train No. 4 leaves Ogdcn 6:35 p. m. Salt Lake 7:40 p. m. Sp'ville 0:00 p.ni Arrive Colorado Springs tl:53 p. ui. Denver 9:2T p. m.- . Connections made at Pueblo, Colorado Colo-rado Springs and Denver with all lines East. Elegant day coaches chair ears and Pullman sleepers on all trains. Take the D & 11. G. and have a comfortable trip and enjoy the finest fin-est sccnerv on the continent. Shortest line to Cripple Cieek, the great Colorado Gold Cain p.y ' Train No 2, leaving Springvillc, at :3(, a. m, arrives at Cripple next morning at 9: 50. A. S. Hughes. Traf. Mgr S. K. Hooper, G.P. & T. A. Denver, Colorado. II. F. Nevins, Gcn'l Ag't. H. M. Culling, T. P. A. Salt Lake City, L'tah. RIO GRANDE WESTERN R.R. rM SfHIXl.Vlt.il, FTAM. not HO WEST. M. I, I'arlflc mall . .. I.v.ll J.S m to tlt Luke Omlcn ami thr roual. No. S, ra.HMn(or.tK1i'n I. v. a 5 p. m No. 9. l'HH.-NK'r Lv. t '.n) p. m No, I?, Uave S IS a in inilvJ dully rjci tit Mimlajr. Eurrka ami all Tlutir point. No. 1. I'aolSt' llmltcil t,. Q pi p. rtl Ui halt Lake, ti;lt'U ami tlif ooant. No. 7. l.re t:3S a. ni . Salt Lake ( lt . (KM Ml KAftT. No. , Atlantlt: Kptra I.v. 0:M a. m Ui t'lfur l'rik, 1. V. June., Caat la Uato. No. S, I'axa. an. I mall hrr. 4:HSp . ni. Krohl I'Silrtl to all Put point No i, UiU'kjo IlinlU'U t uo p. in. O. P. TIIOMI'SUN. Asi'i.1. S II BAIlOX K. V. A WAIX KIHII. Tratttc lanfrr. lirn'l raMcntt r At fol l. . IMMH.K, H nrral Nanatrr. SALT LAKE SEMI WEEKLY TRIBUNE PER YRAR. S3.00 VutiliohH Tuemlay and Friday, Send for atnplti copy, WEEKLY Tribune. $2.00.v,t. Daily Trltuic. $12.00 AdiltfM ns j vj r h H rrr OUM MM) a" mt w ax l J i t ivniu'fi'iir.' IV. 1 1 T r. J The only line rumiing GRANDEXJ Westerm lkRAILWAYfel WHOLESALE FRUIT, PRODUCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. jSUIPPRP. OF FIXE STP.AWBE11P.IF.S, GOOSEBERRIES, CURRANTS, RASPBERRIES PLEASE WRITE UI FS3 PRICES. WILL QUOTE YOU PROMPTLY. &TAU Good Gua.iantri to he the Fined in A Market. SPRING VILLE - - - UTAH. AGENT FOR 3TUDE1UKKR BROS. MFG. CO. Packard pros & Co., DKALRRS IN GEJiEIjAIi (DERGHfllDlSE, Dry Goods. Clothing, S P R I N G V I L L bZ , . DEALERS IN FURNITURE TEST IT HEWLETT BEOS. New High-Grade Three Crown Baking Powder l$the Strongest and Puret made. bio AUUM riO AMMONIA -A, Blue Diamond Label on Every Can FraijcisM Sijell, AIIIvIIjVG CO., Manufacturer of and Dealer in REOAL PATENT, TvOYAL, ROSE I5UD, GRAHAM, GERMADE, CORK MEAL, BRAN, SHOUTS, CHOPPED FEED. Wheat received on deposit. Custom Grinding a Specialty. Cash paid for ht. MILL OPPOSITE SPRING CREEK. A. 0. SMOOT7 Successor to PR070 L. M, i B. CO, WhnlnaliT ami i Ma iiviuii Acttirra III Lumber, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Mouldings, .uoWumiBa uuu r r iooring,anmgies, Lath, Paints and Builders' Hardware, LUMBER 8AWED AND DRESSE TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING A ND TURNING OKE. UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT. Combination wire and Slat Fence. D. R. BEEBE, MV. Office and Y.rdopp. U. It. Depot. Telephone No. 20. P. O. Box 79, TROVO. CASTILLA Health and Pleasure Resort Is open the year round for those seeking ! health. Rhfrnmnfiam nnA n . v 1 Dl00(1 diseases readily and VEGETABLES. Groceries, Hardware, Etc. U T A H , ALL GROCGRS SELL IT. pAtiti ru.i... i cured. JOVISI li'