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$100 EEWAED $100 -The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least inc dreaded disease that science has Jieen able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure js tlic only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being 'a constitutional disease, requires requir-es a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting act-ing direct on the blood and the mucous mu-cous surfaces of the system, thereby .destroying the foundation of the dis-rase, dis-rase, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its wo.k. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for testimonials nod addres F. J. Cheney &Co Toledo jO.ib. For sale by all druggists. MAPLETON MATTERS. Editor Independent: Charlie Perry has sold his fine farm and is oil for Castle Valley. Gertie Perry Killpack, with her young babe is up from Manti visiting her parents. L. J. Whitney and James Gallup arrived "home, sweet home" during the recent snow storm. Next Friday evening S. A. King and Ellen Jakenian of Provo will entertain enter-tain the democratic ladies of Maple-ton, Maple-ton, also the Republicans, and all who wish to hear them. Sunday Geo. B. Matson, Jr., a recently re-cently returned missionary, gave th people an interesting account of his travels the Bast two years. The primary pri-mary held a joint session in the evening. even-ing. Frank Allen's horse fell with him in front of the meeting house Sunday breaking Frank's leg above the knee. The suffeiing boy was tenderly lifted into Joseph Tucket's spring wagon and taken home. Ray Bird tied a young horse in Will Tew's corral one day last week, then drove the rest of the band back to their ranch in Mapleton canyon. On returning he found the horse he left had broken its neck in trying to follow fol-low the band. Millie. Mapleton, Sept. 23. All Tree- Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity op-portunity to try it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist and get a trial Bottle, Free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, Chi-cago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life, Pills free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good andcostou nothing. Dr. C. J. Pet erson's Drug Store. The Fall Election Will, beyond a doubt, be the greatest .event in the history of Utah, because for the first time in the lives of even the oldest inhabitant, the privilege of voting for Governor and all the State ofllcials will be given to all males over twenty-one years of age. While it is true the women cannot cast their ballots bal-lots at the coming election, they can unquestionably cast their powerful influenc?, and even at this early day anxious candidates arc seeking for help from the "coming woman." You ought to be familiar with the true situation sit-uation but you can't unless you get reliable news. It's furnished In The Tribune daily or semi. One dollar a month for the daily and 75 cents for three inoDths of the semi. FOR SALE- A fine 5 acre piece of land on Main street, Mapleton. Improvements consist con-sist of one 3-room adobe house, summer sum-mer kitchen, coal sheds, outhouses, corral, stable, etc., new and old orchard orch-ard and all kinds of small fruits; also 5 acres about one mile east planted in lucerne. Terms cash. For details apply to Samuel Jackson, Mapleton, Utah. OUR COUNTRY COTEMPORARES. There is no reason why the country paper should be an Inferior produc-Hon, produc-Hon, as It too frequently Is. It looks as If some of the fraternity In several districts were continually handicap-edbythe handicap-edbythe realization that they are looked upon nskant, that but little is expected of them, and they shape their efforts and productions accordingly. accord-ingly. The country editor has or should have ample time In which to prepare his routtvr; to weed out redundancies re-dundancies and superfluities and give the meat of things; to make his paragraphs para-graphs bright and Juicy, to see that e printer properly classifies the mat- ter, arranges it neatly and systematically, systemati-cally, puts dashes w here they beloi g and makes displays attractive iusteiid of unsightly; to earet'uiiy mi l po:fs and see that they are carefully directed: di-rected: and to have the uresswark so performed that the very best results i will be Attained from that source. Si.e is nothing; it is worse than idle to waste good paper by spreading a little matter over a big sheet; let the paper be proportioned to the size of the town and the amount of business gi.-ing gi.-ing on, and then with the above suggestions sug-gestions kept in mind and a reasonable reason-able amount of editorial ability brought to bear, the publication wiil most likely be all right. The Great Campaign receives all of them but three or four, and holds them t be fully up to the average. Some few are "sloppy'' and down at the bee!, while others' are as bright as a dew- drow, as clean as a cat and sharp as a i pin. lnvidiousn-ss is not proper and not meant, the suggestion of a few j names not excluding others of the I same kind. The Uichiield Advocate is ; generally well printed and same or its paragraphs are equal to any in readable read-able quality; so with the Spriugviile Independent, the Brigham Bugler, the Park Record, and Salina Press, all being first class country papers. Go ahead, brethren; make your papers as good as circumstances will permit and your good sense suggests. sug-gests. You are all good people and will never have a dollar or a word of appreciation more than we want you tJ have. Great Campaign, Salt Lake. Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, Cal., says: "I am trying in a measure meas-ure to repay the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for' the good the good their remedy has done me. For years I was a constant sufferer suf-ferer from weak lungs and bronchial astmha. My rest at night was disturbed disturb-ed by a hacking cough, so that I felt miserable the greater part of the time. Many remedies recommended by my friends were tried, none of which proved suitable to my case I did not experience any beneficial results until I began taking Chamberlain's Cham-berlain's Cough Remedy. After two bottles of the large size have been used I am pleased to state, my health is better than it has been for years. The soreness has left my lungs and chest and I can breathe easily. It has done me so much good that 1 want all who are suffeiing from lung troubles, as I was, to give it a trial." For sale by all druggists. FRFSH RRFAH J-LFlnra,the popular 1 r 'ovoBaker, visits this city every Tuesday and Friday regular Bread delivered to any part of town Local agents: at Miner Bros.' Shop. Eisleddfod and Conference Eale-i. For the Grand Welsh Eisteddfod at Salt Lake city, Oct. 3rd and 4th, and the annual conference, L. D. S., at Salt Lake city Oct. 4th.5th and Cth, inclusive, the following rates are authorized au-thorized to Salt Lake city nod return: Provo $ 1.00 Spring City. .? 3.00 Springville 2 10 Ephraim.... 3 00 Sp. Fork.. 2 25 Manti 3 00 Benjamin. 2 2.) Sterling 3 25 Payson 2 35 Gunnison 3 25 Santaquin . 2 30 I Salina 4 00 (i.';.' he n .... 2 75 Clear Creek . . 3 !." Eureka .... 3 25 P.V. Junction 4 85 Mammoth. 3 25 Scolleld 500 Silver city.. 3 25 Castle Gate.. 5 !0 Castilla .... 200 Helper 5 00 Thistle 2 75 Price 5 00 Nebo 3 00 Green River., ft 50 Indianola. 3 00 Thompson's.. 10 00 Mllburn.... 3 00 Cisco 10 00 Fairview . 3 00 Fruita 10 oo Mt Plcasaut 3 00 Grand Jtinc't 10 00 From all other stations not mentioned men-tioned above rate will be one single fare for the round trip, but in no case to exceed rate from point beyond. Tickets will be sold on following dates: From Ogden, Bingham, Springville, Spring-ville, Silver City and intermediate points, from October 1st to 6th, inclusive; in-clusive; tickets limited to October 12th, 1805. From all other points October Oc-tober 1st to 6th, inclus've; tickets limited to October 15th, except Grand Junction, Fruita and Cisco at which points t ickets are on sale only on Oct. 1st and 2nd. Or. Price's Cream Baking Pow'der Most Perfect Made. SPECIAL KOTICK. The new management have taken all subscriptions accounts from Mr. D. C. Johnson, and take pleasure In forwarding for-warding The Independent to all who have favored the former owners with their patronage. It is earnestly requested re-quested that all those who are receiving receiv-ing the paper should call or advise the olhce as to the correctness of the address ad-dress or of any errors that may exist. Do not wait until you have the pay, just come and let's get acquainted and if you have anything to spare from ' your farm, garden or other source of income, bring It along. Springville Is ' the home of us all, and such things ' are just what we want to live on. It h Ea4. Very bad policy t' neglect symptoms symp-toms of trouble in the kidneys. If allowed to develop they cause much suffering and trouble. Bright' l'is- case diabetes and Dropsy owe their great prevalence and tatalily to ""g-lect ""g-lect i-f the !l:.-t warning symptom. Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Ha i in is a certain nire for any disease dis-ease or weakness of the kidneys. A trial will convince you of its great potency. Price ji per bottle. For sale by C. J. IVtersiin- An Alwent-Mhulvtl IVorcsarr. Keander, professor of theology hi Berlin, was one day overtaken by thunderstorm. He jumped into a cab, but con Ul not give either the luunbei of his house nor the name of the f-l icct The driver thought the man whs mad and was about to tell him to g.'t out, when the professor, espying a student, called out to hint, and aid: "Just tell the man where I live." Noander's sister, sis-ter, who kept house for him, took fresh apartments nearer the university, universi-ty, as she thought the distance too great for her brother. A few days after their removal he complained of the long and tiring' wall;, and it then turned out that he had always gone first to the old lodgings uiid so round to tho university. There are many accidents to live stock which cause delay to the farmer and his work, in a large number of instances the delay would be but trifling if a remedy was promptly applied. ap-plied. Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment lias for many years been regarded as the' farmers friend. Its healing influence on the llesh of domestic, animals is immediate imme-diate and permanent. 25c, 50c, and $1 per bottle. For sale by C. J. Peterson. Pet-erson. HE DIDN'T DO A THING but make the trip to Chicago on the Chicago. Union Pacific & Northwest crn Line. Why? Time the quickest solid vestibuled trains, no change ol coach at the Missouri River. Through first and second class Sleepers and Dining Cars. For further information call on or address. G. W. Craig. U. P. Agent. Provo NOTICE. All book accounts of the Independent Indepen-dent business, are to be settled with D. C. Johnson, and all unpaid subscriptions sub-scriptions to Mr. D. P. Felt, the present pre-sent editor and manager. DOCTOR G. Y. SHORES' erf -as C5 t3 FRICE, $2 A EOX. Posltivrly dual until ;1 lo Cure Kvcry Ca ol Natal Catarrh. Caiurl-.;,! diseases require Lutti iocnl nril constitutional treatment Directions t,,r usinj; Dr. (i. W. Shures' Famous Curative Ifetnediea in all catarrhal chronic o;ra It your have catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, hay fev; r nr any complicated aUection of the r.ose, tro.c, bronchial tubes or luns. ue Or. G. W. Short's' l.a-tnrrh l.a-tnrrh Cure. Cough Cu- anJ Tonic and Wood I'un-liet I'un-liet lo cure the catarrh, stop the cough, cleanse alio punfv the blood improve the apt ewe and dlgealK.n. if comrlicjieJ wilh kiJrvv. liver or blaJoer lioul le, use t'r. (i. W. Shores' Kidney an J Liver Cure: ani in all cases take one nl lr (I. W. Sn..res' Antl- on-sltpattnn on-sltpattnn Pills at beilim. If your tr.iuMe is d roinc an.l J.'cp-seateJ, wr.ie lr. li. W. Shores perv: n.i'ly tor h's new symptom list and have your case dug-n-iieJ ani ?et expert Jvke free Or. (1 W. Shores' Ionic and Islood Purifier cleanses and purines the bloud. (fives vrtn,t!i ail vievir, cutes dyspepsia and all nervous JiM'H',es. Price, $1 per hoHle. Iir. II. W. Shores' Kidney Bnd Liver Core cures all diseases of the kidneys, liver and UaJJtr Hriee. JI 'er bottle. Dr. O. W. Shores' Cough Cure "ires all coii-rhs. Colds and bronchial affections One dose mil so. spasmodic croup. Keep a bottle In Hie house Latte size bottles, 2c. Dr, O. W. Shores' Mountain afre Oil sl ips ihe worst pain in one minute. For heaJro lie, lintihache, neuralgia, cramps or colic use il externally and internally. in-ternally. Prevents and cures diphtheria if used it: lime Keep a hottlu handy. Price, J'-c a bottle. Dr. Q. W. Shores' Pepsin Vermiluiie desirovs Intestinal worms and removes the lotle round n.rst where they halch and breed. It never lails. Price 2sc a hotte. Dr. U. W. Shores' Wlntercreen SuWe run s all diseases of the skin. Kemoves red spots anJ Hack pimples from lh face. Heals old sorts In diudsys. i'r ee, 2' a box. Dr. 0 W Shores' Anti-Const Ipitlon Pill, cures chronic constipation, sick headache and bilious attacks. Price. 2sc a bottle. These famous remedies are prepared only by Doctor G. W Shores, Zlon's Medical Institute, Sail Lake City, Utah. For sale by Dr. C. SpriiiRville, i'tah. J. Pkti.kson, s. it. Tliiiniuwi. b. A. WnlpwiHid Thurman & Wedgvood, Attorneys-at-Law, ProvoCHy, - Itltili. pit. F. DUNN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. All Calls Promptly Aitenled Diy or Sisrit. :- Siirtfi'ori 11. O. W. It. K. Oilier innl lto.1-doiiee lto.1-doiiee wit i J. W. It rl ti-lt n rtt. Ti -le Illume I'litincrtioim. JJ. A, WILSON, Attorney-at-Law. HiinKvl(j I lly Attorney, OMce: Uooniii 5 and 7 1st ' at. Hank. Pn.no, I." tali . r-w w- John itKxav smii n. i (re-Pros. J. : , i.v.'. ,-;..vy. am! Trt a. TJliKc;M.- -Jvh.i iictii v i-miili. Mt-lvr J. t.if:it, .1. t.i' iiiil. H. 1 , Grant, OFFICE FACTORY 721 t 7CI S wi, V.'FST Si Matiuf.icnre.--w f l!iii tii.-nle Ltutmiiy Ami Ttiilot Sl(aui. SPECIALTIES: . IHT. liiVK. Kl.f:rTKI''i::i.l 5.' l.Al'NI'llV. )!kk H i v k I"o:ki r: I'INi: TAi.'. Fi".i.TK(.'T r'l.OATtNti vsn :.!.;;. uv.a COMMKI.'TAl. ii VU. I J. F. CRAMT, M'mi tn. Salt La;;k Civv, : : I'tah. j Provo Eleat Co. pays" e e "hiiihest 1 f AS I PRICE FOR hub (. v. Fail. Spcckart, Prep. PROVO, - UTAH. nTTi liri 0 0 k VW Green ami Fancy .Produce and Provision PROVO, UTAH. Strictly First-Class. All , conveniences for Commercial Trade. L. HOLSROOK, Prop Provo, - - - ITtali. If You want a Good Turnout no to Liwy and Transfer : 3TABLB3. On Bavlon.ee St., two HMsWest of Miiii Where jon will find the best tnatchc teams and the best single drivers in town. Hafrffage and Freilit transfered to an part of the city. Good Safe Drivers for Ladios. Si'iuNtivu.LK, : : Utah: Just Opened 0. UliSO THE SHOEMAKER. Next Door to Wood Mer. Co. D. D. Hout, attoiim;v at law. Olli'-e, Klderidtje lilock. l'rovo, : : : : : f'tah. CO X T 1 1 A CT( ) US A TT K X T I ( ) X ! XO.'.'tk ffA I "I- lilli n-liiiii in ii;ihit-nn. I'or TiiMsmH ,r bi Irlihij i'in. THOMAS BOAEDMAH. Itetween Spi Injjville and I'lovo. Contracts (Hied promidly fr 'in 1 bnsliel to lo.oou bushels. 1 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $mo.oo every month given way in uny cnewTio rv fUei through us f-r the utol mcutunuut pateut tliJifg ttie month preceding. We rure tU- liAt pntrntt forourrllnt, ind the ol jret of tliit oftcr it v encounige inventor t k'pplrai k 'f Uk. ir btijit itci. At llic umc tirni m w.fcb to tnipres u;un tiic public tlte (ct Xhat IT'STKG S!MPLE,TR1V1AL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD fORTl'NGS, tnch ai tlie "cjr.wir.dow" whahcan bt eatilyili I up , aitl down witrifut bre-ikinj lli p i.itciipsi'i tack, "aiK-e-pan," "tr.iLir-buii'.n," "in,i-l.x.," "lull. ' t'jpit, and a tliauvind rih'Tr tulle tliiu:i that msl j any one c:m fi 'il a way ul iinpr-v.ic ; anoili'jftrxinipla inen(tona ni (lie onvt lliat liimgljf'".t rriumi Cu Hit ! (Ulhar. I ry to liiiuk ol t,.'mthu lu invci.l. i IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS, j I'af-ntt tten ftut thmnuli tit frccive j; 14I notice 10 j tilt" tiiini.-il Kccmki, puljli: lifl at W'.ijlui.iori, j I). C.,lii(.hi tlieiKtnfwpat"-rpiil,lih'J in Amcrna , in the imr rtt "f invcniiTt. W furtu.h a year'i tul "-npti- n In ll.uj'mrnal, fr of cnt, to all our clxnn. We ,,lk.n,l.riiT,liceoi co.i,theiiivrnti n a h month I Inch n, our Ji;" pnrr, an I humlmlaof thouuixlt of coi'iet of th9 "Narional Kcco.-ler." containing a : kl;etch of tliewmivr, and a cici'-iiption of rm inveiitmn, vilibe aratteitl tiirmiulmot the C'nitH State anions , caiaulinta anl numiUctnren, ihua tiii'gli:; to Una attention the merit ol tiie invention. ( All rnmmuniuittutK regatdtd atiktly confiJenlial. ; JOHN VVCDDLRBURN & CO., SotUllur of American and I oreln CaUnU, 1 618 V Street, N.W., I Box Washington. D. C. : tJC (.tjttt tJitcrfflH: t'J"- H'nujtrtur m W to.'WWs Banking Company. i.v'. . i ji . a , iuj-J . ,. R- A.DI&L, President lb 1. RutNOLDS, S1'JKINGVILLK, UTAH. Capital tools. $30,000. Pransactsa general haiikin business. Exehaine bought and sold and depos its reerivwl subject to check. 1- ive per cent interest, paid on time deposits, compounding quarterly Money always on Land lor short time loans. appy Hoar $i13?i.,T'2 OTT, 53LXI? X.X5Lm CITY Dentistry in all its branches at'the most reasonable rea-sonable prices for first-class work. Best teeth $10 per set. All work warranted. ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED. G. S. VOOD MERCANTILE CO. : Look! SPRINGVILLE, WIIKX YOU VISIT SALT LAKE oo to Tin: HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM SWIMMING POOL. 52 Uiest, Third Suoth St. Tills whom- l-i a siiimtiii'O fur Klifiiimit Ism. Mlm'iV bi-inlniif. lnl'i;i-tliin, l hiiii iIi. C-n-slliiiilion. I'lnuiiic 1 ih-nli(i'!i, I'lilpilation nf I lie lli'lii'l anil nil kUlnry l:nu iipi'viiiih t riiulili'M. Tdw.'ls ami hulls wu--lii'(l liy Lniiilru I.auudiy. i PflCIi I am prepared to fur nish BRICK or ADO-BIES, ADO-BIES, in any quantity at bed rock prices. At the old Cook & Friel yard, south of Springville. Spring-ville. For terms apply to J. W. FRIEL. J. R, Kindred, JiUCGlLS, WAGOXS, HAIlXESS LOAD CAIITS, PUMPS, MACHINE" MA-CHINE" EXTRAS P.EPAIU SUPPLIES and the jtrcat J)ccringdca Vower the best imichinc on earth. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. BERKLEY Contractor and Builder. ESTIMATES MADE WITH Oil WITHOUT SUPPLIES. Biiilflingr Repaired 011 Short Notice, SPRINTiVILLE. - - UTAH SPRINGVILLE CREAMERY J. P. OLSON, Prop. Mnnuitrlurtriif HN'l Imlrr tn Fine Butter nini Full Cream Cheese. Order? for Cream and Iiutt rmiik - Solicited. . - t man HJ f . f-I Fivr,viu.r, UlAH. AIRE? Viee-Presulent. Dental Go, Iross G-oo2.iEi Ooest! UTAH "tilANGK CA11S" Nay! nay! Not if 1 make the trip via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Through vestibuled trains, composed of Dining Cars, first and Hceond class Sleepers and Free re-(lining re-(lining Chair Cars. Fur further informations in-formations call on or address, G. W. Craijr U. P. Agent, Provo. f THESE DUlik limes, who" ni bav'nt. money to buy new Spring Waons or Lucg-its, brinjr your old ones to CARTERS, and have thrm inadeasjfood as new; and thereby there-by patronize Howe Imlurtry. S" L. B. Pederson, TEE SEOE MAKER, Next Door to Harrison Hotel. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. SAVE YOUR TEETH! Whea in Salt Utt city Ccnsalt Dr. Med Hewett, DENTIST. He will do better work for less money than any dentist west of (Jhi-citfo. (Jhi-citfo. Teeth without plates a specialty. special-ty. Don't forget the place. 19 4 20 Scott-Auerback Building. P. O. Iiox 48i. Salt Lake City. T. Child & Son, DKAI.KIIS IN MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES ETC. fJeneral Stone Cutting Neatly ami Promptly Executed. SPRINGVILLE, - . UTAH. G E. ANDERSON, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE " PHOTOGRAPHER. Dealer In 1RAMKS, PICTURE FITTINGS and GLASS In all hlzes, Pictures copied and enlarged by home artists Pictures of family groups, residences, stock or any subjects sub-jects taken on tho epot. Keep your JVIoney at Home. FIT.ISGVILLT.ij UTAH. Cheap. t':.