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THE SPfllWVILlE INDEPENDENT1 Issued every Friday. D. P. KELT. E.IIIor m4 Manager. ' Entered at the pint offline ut Hprtngirlllft. I'luh. for IraiiMrilmion ttirougb tiiu luulU hi eotHiil-rluMt tuittur. TERMS OF. SUBSCRIPT! ON. One year, Six months. Three months. 2.(10 J.00 .50 A road to Lake Shore. A iikidoe over ITobble Creek is sured l.y the county court. as- Waterworks are looming up as an early necessity to our growing importance. Electric light are the great need of the day and the chance 1m here ity fathers, take it. Romeo, lcas- give u a rest. We have no quarrel with you an to Mr. Crccr. If the worst you iiave ever said of hint In true, he Is i , grille and your method. orders hue- While we were huddling around stoves last week New York and other Eastern villages were sweltering in the heat, people being prostrated In the streets. Verily, this Is a great country and our part is the greatest- cold Is better than close, sultry pros trating heat any time. The Spraying law has been declared declar-ed to bo unconstitutional and I nop. eratlve, but that Is uo excuse for not "praying the trees next year. All know it is good where done accom-Ianled accom-Ianled by Judicious care aud close at-tentlon. at-tentlon. Let lis spend this winter In collecting agricultural reports of iu emcacy and then know for ourselves how It Is by other, experience. Tns question is often asked: Why the Union Paciflcdocs slight such a populous town as Springville by having hav-ing no depot or resident agent and have their station two roils out of town? An editor 4 supposed to know everything, but this question we could not explain nor Is an answer found In the dictionary, nor can a reason for their neglect bo secured from their whilom agcut from Provo, Mr. Craig. Gentleman catno up town and give us a nice depot, secure some business from Springville a.id .id he one of us. We Intimated In a facetious way last week, that it looks bad for for so many of our boys to sit on the steps on the Reynolds and the bank build-lug build-lug every Sunday. Ve reiterate attain this week that It Is very annoying to ladle to have to pass a large crowd of men who have nothing to do but pass remarks about them, stare, giggle gig-gle and Indulge la other annoyances pccullar to this claw of cltliens. ilt has a deleterious effect on our city to re soman? men Idling ineir time away on the etreeta. It doesn't mat ter If it Is Sunday it looks bad. They .had much better spend their time reading some good book or other lit erary work that will storo their mind with knowledge. We take pleasure this week In pre senting our patrons with a supplement containing news ouUlde of that generally gen-erally provided by us. Our reason for thie Is because we feel grateful for the liberal patronage given un by the bus- Ineutmen and citizens generally. Ouradvertlslng patronage speak for Itself and, we are pleased U say, our ubicriptlon list has grown 100 per centilnc last April when we first .k charae of the oaper. In view of this we feel justified In expending more money In making our paper the best In the land. Thanking our maoT friend and trusting our new venture will please them as well as making mint mnr. we are. as ever, the dgbters for Springville and bcr en N" another part of this paper is found a circular letter from James P. Olsen asking for more milk. The real neces. Ity for this circu. lar Is that the creamery has secured a contract for 13,000 lbs. of butter per month and litis means. If the order is filled, that $3,000 issent into Springville every month and distributed among the people In good hard cash; it means the revivification of the milk, butter and cheese business in our citv. to s:iv nothing of other Interests that are sure to be affected by it. The creamery is fully prepared to llll their. contract if they can get the milk, as they have, all the facilities for turning out 500 lbs per day in addition to their cheese business, The creajnery is an Institution that we should be proud of as Jt has all the very best machinery that could be secured; it has the most efficient oper ators, as can be attested by those who use their butter and cheese, and if it has not paid In the past it has been from a lack of patronage, from cither fllne or abroad, but now with this l'oitlcent order of lbs. 15,000 per month It will be a paying institution, insti-tution, provided the people no step In and send iu their milk; help out out our home industries. What could our sugar factory do If those outside of themselves did not furnish them with beets. Beets may not be the most profitable farm Industry there Is, but It brings in the cash and can be made profitable If handled rightly; so It is with our creamery. We always feel like taking our hats oft to those real lovers of home industry, indus-try, who help these Institutions when they need It, to those farmers who took off their coats when the sugar factory was first began, and when the first call for beets was iou-i,,, buck eted In and furnished beets. Some fartuors said, "I'll wait aud see If it pays," others put In all tne.r surp.ua . . i farmland In beet culture. This Is . A. . , ,, the kind or patriotism man v- i worthy. So It is with the creamery, or In fact any 'infant industry' help it when It Is new or In uecd of help, then you arc a true friend to these things. SPRIHQVHL1S CA5DDATIS. WM. M. KOYLASCB. The democrats have wen fit to honor hon-or Sorlni:vllle in the selection of Win. Uoylance as their nominee for Representative to the Lower House or our first State Legislature. The gentlemen is truly a representative cltlr.cn of Springville. And has been known as a Springville boy to all, irrespective of party affiliations, who was a credit to his pareuts and his neighbors and the citUeus of Spring ville. He has been engaged In the shipping business for ten yea.s, which brought blna in contact with all classes of people, from the Impe cunious rtserot an extra quart of iwrrlcs or bushel of potatoes to the wunU hg acrM by the thousand. He has filled many posl tions of trust Iu municipal, commer cial, and ecclestlcal capacities, alwaye to tbeatlifactlou of his constituents JOHN I" RAN BRISOnVRST. In the eelection of Mr. Frank Bring hurst as a representative from Utah county to the lower house of the first BACKACHE. used Try it, and you will agree with the thousands who say it is the " PEERLESS REMEDY " for curing ailments of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheumatism and Bright Disease. For sale everywhere at i.oo rvr buttle. ; THt DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUI5, MOr , State Legislature by the Republican a strong man was decided on. Frank was bom here in Dec, B-il, and ha grown up with the town and her vailed vai-led Interests. He has been twice elected city treasurer, has held many positions of trut in e. clesiast cal capacities, and has always fill e thern with credit and honor to hinj. -self and his friends. As a candidate for county selectman last year ho run a close race aud succeeded in tying his opponent in this city. lie Has been identified with Springville's commercial com-mercial interests since 1887 when he and Mr. Boyer formad a partncrhiip in the general merchandise business under the title of liover and I'.rinJ, hurst. He is a young man t ha Springville may well be proud of. c look with interest at the com-D ing contest, for both are exceptional,-1 ly strong men who count their friend by the thousand, and possess all tlie qualifications for able representative and no u.e can say after elect io that Springville will not be well an fittingly represented. THI PRIMARY FAIR. HE, annual fai of the priiuai associations h;Js just been conchj ed in which tl; children who J hibited credi able specimens-- their handiwoi were awarded premiums, cither fir or seoond p lzes. The prizes. we.i only of nominal value, but acconji plished their purpose, viz: that of stimulating the children to greater efforts in their childish enterpr' or evidences of skill. Wc think much encouragement cannot be j to such events as primary or kind. f'llru Vint... .. thnin r .uiio iiiuu uinc iui iijuu l ft i ob?cct the promotion and encory J ) mcnt of competitive brains or t U ' five skill. Nor can the uhildre gin too young. It was indeed a sure to see the beautiful evident 1 OUr luv.,u tmuuntvlYoa allll .i tua&tug unu obii II1III.1V . . v1 Willi ill u . ..w na artisan! 01 Uimini v.. ..v.. ----- , . . .AnnfrMntMll. artists oi lilUl-iJUU.V J ' I farmers. We understand a move is under way looking to the opening of another fair under the auspices of the Mutual Improvement Im-provement associations of this city, truly a Mutual Improvement idea. We trust the scheme will meet moat hearty co-operation kith by ,lb pub lic and members of the association We are not in politics and dl refer to Snrinirville's candidates! , . 1 a political stand but from the that they arc citizen of Sprlngvi'j arc honored not politicians, of I ,1 i.l.t Springville orhercltizens are M we will rejoice without regard Hn. or CCiwoiaov"." """fc,u i ?nt, Mr. J. K. Fowler, sccretar J1" treasurer of the Corlnne Mill..onc and Stock Co., of Corrinne, Minn: speaking of Chamberlain's f" Remedy says: "I consider iu best In the market. I have us kinds but And Chamberlain's tP" gi In ,kt !' prompt and enectuai in givini and now keep uo other In oth(Jrec. home." When trouble.with nndj ftrcoldiriTe this remedy a teed-. we assure you that you will be more th.nnUml With the result. For sale by all druggists. Or. Price' Cream Baking Powder WMPatfHllhtMlal.4Plplot. WHY ? Because your Liver and Kidneys . j are out of order. For years and years J housewives all over the country have with rest results t Dr. J. H. McLean's j Liver S Kidney Balm. Buokka'i Anne SJv.. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises. Sores. I leers, ."a!t Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped 1 Hands, Chilblains, Corns, anJ all Skin Eruptions, and postiveiy cures Biles, or no pay required. Jt is guaranteed guar-anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. C. J. Peterson. Pet-erson. Farmers Attention. Money loaned on irrigated farms at 10 per cent per annum. Write or ap ply personally to Samuel Cornaby Spanish Fork, Utah. Chamberlain's By and Skin Ointment h uneoiialled for Edema, Tetter, bait-Rheum, bait-Rheum, (scald I load, Sore Nipples, Chapped Hmids, Itching Tile!), Burns, Frost Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Bye Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents ier box. TO HOBSKOWXZ&S. For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition con-dition try lr. L'ady's Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure lots of appetite, relieve constipation, correct kidnev Jhiorders and destroy worms, (jiving new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25 centB per package, lor side by druggist (io grape f T5 ATTBfUn EAILEOAD SCENIC LINE OF THE WOULD The only line running Tcuo post Trains Daily to LEADVILLK Asi'EN, PUEBLO Colorado Spuing And Denver Effective April 2Jth, J8D4. Train No. 2 leaves Ogden 7.00 a: ni. Salt Lake 8.05 a. m. Arrive at Pueblo 6:18 a. in. Colorado Springs 7:51 a.m. Denver 10:30 a. ni. Train No. 4 leaves Ogden 6:35 p. m. "Salt Lake 7:40 p. in. Sp'ville 9:00 p.m Arrive Colorado Springs :53 p. iu. gftver 9:25 p. m. mnections made at Pueblo, Cori- t'j Springs and Denver with all X'ls East. Elegant day coaches r ears and rullman sleepers on all O-Jrains. Take the J) & R. G. and have 1,w.,-.:lli-' Awl enjoy the Uu- est scefilTv on the contn iiiiiii Shortest line to Cripple Cieek, the great Colorado Gold Camp. ( Train No 2, leaving Springville, at kK:36, a. ni, arrives at Cripple next I ornlne at 9: 50. 'H A. S. Hughes. Traf. Mgr SP S. K. Hooper, G.T. & T. A. mi" Denver, Colorado. ;';,;' B. F.Nevins, Geu'l Ag't. ll. M. Cushing, T. V. A. lj.-u Salt Lake City, Utah. 1.11 ko! I'li'Ss Ami'i'li A I'. HI 8 point- ) elticdil t V.Wru - U V C' ron sruiNGviu.K, ctah. OOISO WEST. ' DENVER AND -ttvv 'vr iv Sec ft Cor li '1',, ...1. II Inelflc msll Ly .11:4.1 a. m Cult Lako Oeuitn Mud tlx- cokt. iHsoniOM-.toOgtlcn hv. 3:45 p. ui inKer lv. 6:;mi p. ui Uoave n. m. (mixed) daily XI'FUl Miiuiiiy. ".ureka and all Tlulic points. - "'1 mm ci(jc jimitcd I.r. I0:N p. m. ve a I alt Lak, (Kden and the coast. Pou 'vo 8:S8 Solt I'o City. C,lneriantte Expra Lv. 9:M a. .a mail,-. (r Creek. l V. June., I'astle liute. i I jLtil. Kllfl mall T v l-A-.n m ONK- OKdcn to all San'lVto points U'ttgu llmlUJd Lt. ;00 p. iu. I ' n. V Ti!Ai ivnv k 1 1 ,, jj.r- F. a. wadleiuh. ' IrafBo MuKer. ;n IWiitter. K- 1 , COI. H. t. IHOKrfc. 1 Oeneral Nanager. T A ACi QlRO livery, Feed AND Sale Stables. SrRINGVlLLK, UTAH. IMeneray & Go. DRUG Wip. M. oijlaijce, The Produce Merchant FRUITS, POTATOES, ALFALFA SEED, HAY and GRAIN, Car Lots a. Specialty. Oorreapondenoe Solicited.. &T1121A1.2H WAGON. Springville, - - - Utah, Packard pros & Co., DKALEKS IN GEflEHJili fllEtGtlftpISE, Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Etc. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH, tVi ? DEALERS IN FURNITURE 4f TEST IT HEWLETT BEOS. New High-Grade Three Crown Baking powder 13 the Strongest and Purest made. i- NO .AIiUM fio fljwryiofiiA Blue. Diamond Label on Every Can Fraijcis M Sijel), IJ KINGVI 1115 MIIvIIVO CO., Manufacturer of and Dealer in REGAL PATENT, ROYAL, ROSE HUD, GRAHAM, GERMADE, CORH MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, CHOPPED FEED. Wheat received on deposit. Custom Grinding a Specialty. Cash paid for wheat. MILL OPPOSITE SPRING CREEK.- A. O. SMOOT, Successor to PROYO L. M, & B. CO. . t Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Mouldings, Rustic Siding,T and G Flooring,Shingles, Lath, Paints and Builders' Hardware, LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSE. TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING A ND TURNING ONE. UTAH VALLEY IRON4PAINT. Combination wire and Slat Fence. D. R. BEEBE, Mgr. Ofliccand Yardoj.p. R. R. Depot. Telephone No. 20. P. O. Box 79, PROVO. CUOOD&DALiEY, General line of FURNITURE, Including: WALL PAPER CARPETS, WINDOW BLINDS, ETC AT BEDROCK PRICES, Civ Us CH for Bargnins, EGGS, POULTRY, BOX MATERIAL and GENERAL COMMISSION. Rl 1 I HL1L1 GROCERS SELIi IT. UNDERTAKERS. COFFINS and CASKETS OF ALL KINDS. All Calls Promptly attest to. 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. terprising citizen. krRINOVUXE, UTAH. Springville, Utah.