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THE SPR1N3VILLE INDEPENDENT. Issued Every Friday. D. P. FFI.T, FIltor nuil Mnnairvr. Local Mention. Lovely weather. "Above the Clouds"' at the City hall Saturday night. Be sure and see 'Above the thnClmicK at the City hall, Saturday night. Angelica, Port, Sherry, Claret and Ksisling wines, 35 cents quart bottle three for H. 00 at the Eureka saloon, rrovo. If. Harrison, proprietor. Trof. J. M. Tanner delivered a very interesting lecture on Sunday School work, at the meeting house Sunday evening. The attendance was quit? J a rye. The gram Jury at rrovo lat week ignored the case against the Matson boys, who were accused of having broken into Jim MeAuley's dive some time last summer. "It goes right to the spot," said an old man, who was rubbing in I)r. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment to relieve rheumatism. For sale by C. J. Peterson. Now your beet crop is in don't forget for-get us In doling out your dollars. Two dollars out of your beet crop or other farm product will nut hurt you and will give you a weekly messenger of news. Try The Independent a year. Lost A dark green with pink stripe silk bow; was lost on Tuesday evening between the city hall and residence ot Wm. M, lloylance: Under please leave at olliee. Wm. M, lloylance. lloy-lance. , For Sale One gra mare, four years old, weighing between ten and eleven hundred pounds; for sale at G. E. Au-derson's. Au-derson's. Slit is true to pull and good to work single. Will take a cow and produce. 2t The Supreme court of the United States has affli riied the Judgment of the lower courts in Charlei Thiede murder case, holding that Theide had a fair trial and was fairly convicted Tills means that Thiede will pay the life penalty for his crime. Geo. F. Thompson is a handy fellow fel-low to have about. Besides being guilty of doing the funny act for the edification of his friends, he spends Ills idle moments in making glass eyes for the goddess of justice and other blind statues. Same of his work will almost cause one to see it, if you look that way. A cup of muddy water Is not whole-some, whole-some, neither is a bottle of muddy medicine. One way to know a reliable reli-able and skillfully prepared blood-purifier blood-purifier is by Its freedom from sedi ment. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is always bright and sparkling, because It is an 'oxtraet and not a decoction. Holla Marshall was la yesterday and reported that the work on the coal mine in which he is interested is progressing pro-gressing favorably. The owners have a thirty foot tunnel on the property ami the indications are more encouraging encour-aging than ever before. The claim Is located in tho north fork of Provo canyon. The R..G. W. time table for Spring-vllle Spring-vllle has been slightly changed. No. 27 for Eureka and Tintic pointa leaves at 7:20 a. in. Instead of C:15 as heretofore; hereto-fore; No. 3, Faci lie limited toOgden and the west leaves at 10:43 p. ni. ln-Instead ln-Instead of 11:4"), and No. 0 to Sanpete and Sevier is changed from 4:05 to 3:45 p. m. F. P. Whitniore, the popular butcher, was the victim of a surprise party last Friday eToniug. The surprise sur-prise was gotten up by the children and was a family affair. A most enjoyable en-joyable time was had by all. The evening was spent In singing, reciting, and other amusement, and the victim vic-tim of Foe affair did hi share to make the evening enjoyable and was as lively and spry as a yearling steer. This Is the tirst time Mr. Whit wore ha been treated this way, but he is around all right and attending to business as usual. Awarded H!ghet Honors -World' Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A jww Oar Cream of TarUr Powdr. Frei fare Aaoonia, Alum or any othsr adult rant, 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA. "Since childhood, I have been nfllicted Willi scrofulous boils and sores, which caused me terrible suffering. Physicians were unable. to help me, and I only grew worse under their care. At length, 1 began to take AVER'S Sarsaparilla, and V very soon grew bet- .... ft .... fliy III. .ilini lining w half a dozen bottles I was completely cured, so mat I nave not nan a noii or pimple on any part of my body for the last twelve jears. I can cordially recommend Ayers Sarsaparilla Sarsa-parilla as t lie very best blond-purifier in existence." G. T. FiI.imiaut, Myersville, Texas. THE ONLY WOELD'S FAIR Sarsaparilla Ajer'i Ctarry Pectoral cares Caughi ami Colds err Last week The Independent was sent out without the supplement. It was due to the fair and wont occur again. Oid people suffer much from disorders dis-orders of the kidneys or urinary organs, and are always gratified at the wonderful effect of Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Kidney and Liver Palm in banishing their troubles. Price $1.00 per bottle at C. J. Peterson's. In bringing in your far a produce to pay on subscription please don't bring onions. The Independent has a car load of this delightful fruit on hand, and while its value is appreciated no more is wanted at present. If you have some good butter or better still some of the product of Uncle Sam's mint you will be made welcome when you call. Our enterprising citizens, Mayor Hall and His Honor, Judge Westwood, have provided the City Hall with nix new sets of scenery and a curtain. There is a parlor scene, kitchen scene, street scene, forrest scene. seean s.'eue and prison scene. There are also new llys, et ., in fact the scenery has been renewed through, ut and presents a vry nice appeaamce. The scenery will be used for the first time Saturday night when the M. I. A. will present, "Above the Clouds.' Messrs. Hall and Westwood will be reimbursed for money outlayed from the funds received from the rent of the hall, provided there is anything left after the running expenses have been paid. It has been suggested that local hinatuers give a series of entertainments to aid in paying for the scenery. If the people of Springville desire to increase the population of their city they certainly can do do hotter than have S. M. Davis for Mayor. Monday morning his wife presented him with a beautiful baby girl, and the supposition is that had Sam got a majority of all votes east, including Mapleton, it would have been twins but says he is happy eneu&h as it Is. The sardonic grin that spread over his countenance when the result of the Stato election was announced has given place to a more pleasant and jovful smile, and the brand of cigars he gives bis friends has improved at least 50 per cent. Mother and child are doing nicely and Sam will be out In a few days, provided he receives proper care. The little two-year old son of Thos Avertt had a very narrow escape from death of Strychnine poisoning TucS' day afternoon. It seems that Mr, Avertt had made a water solution of strle.hnine intending tospriukie it on some wheat in the cellar for the ben eflt of any stray mouse that might at tempt to make a meal off a freshly killed hog that was In the cellar. A cup containing the solution was left on a shelf for a moment while Mr Avertt stepped Into the house. He returned In time to see his little son upset the cup In an attempt to get It from the shelf. The liquid was spilled in tho child's face, part of It entering the mouth and nose. The father was greatly alarmed and after getting the child to spit two or three times rlnied the little one's mouth with water and started with it for medical assistance The child was taken to Peterson drug store, and Dr. Peterson administered administer-ed an antidote. As none of the effects of the poison were noticeable It Is not believed that the child swallowsd any of the mixture. However, It was a very narrow escape and emphasizes the fact that it is, to say the least, un wise to leave such dangerous mixtures within the reach of a child, or any one not aware of Its character, for even an ltitant. SoV: HYERS mm John Dallin was over from Geneva, Monday. Work on the Hobble creek bridge is tiling rushed. Go to the City hall Saturday nighj and see "Above the Clouds." , i tie jury in ine Hague case nau not roliiittarl n l-.rHirt un In 1 h. henr tf I L l 111 .IV I I 1 1 V. . I U tig. 1 J IMV V. going to press this morning. Premature baldncps may be pre vented and the hair made to grow on heads already bald, by the uss of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ke-newer. Ke-newer. Of course, Mart Pird, Itob. Miller, Dave Crandall, D. P. Pelt, Dave Cur tis or Hugh Dougall didn't win the medal for the most popular man, and theirThanksgiving dinner will consist hicfly of that great American bird - the crow. Uncle Geoige with his usual enter prise had the wood work of the Harrison Har-rison hotel, both inside and outside, repainted. The hotel looks more comfortable than ever and presents a pleasing sight to the eye. I escaped being a confirmed dys peptic by taking Ayer's Pills in time." This is the experience of many. Arer's Pills, whether as an after- dinner pill or as a remedy for liver complaint, indigestion, flatulency, water brash, and nausea, are invalu able. Theodore Manoff Keusscuff, a Bul garian, who is studying theology at t he Collegiate Institute at Salt Lake, delivered an interesting lecture on Mohammedanism at the Presbyterian Chapel last Friday. He was arrayed in oriental costume and devoted bis remarks mainly to the customs of the Turks. You can earn $5 each day "giving' our absolutely indispensable house hold article away. New plan of work, making experience unnecessary and success certain for cither sex in any section. Sample dozen free. .Credit given. Freight paid. Address, Mel rose M'fg. Co., 1 Melrose Park, 111. The last shipment of beets from Springville, for the present year, was made this week; making in all 332 cars, averaging 21 tons each, that have been shipped this season, and a total ef 7,5)92 tons. This means that over $25,000 were distributed among the beet raisers of this city this year. Only about 4 acres of beets have beoo rejected. This magnificent showing speaks volumes for the industry and skill of Springville farmers. It is cot believed that any city in the county has made so good a showing asSpring- ville. Many whose occupations are of a sedentary or indoor character often have a feeling of being literally worn out, and begin to think of declining years, etc., when if they knew what ailed them, they would And all their troubles arise from an Inactive liver aud overworked kidneys. If when these spells come on the patient would take a short courso of Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Liver and Kidney P.aim he would soon feel again the strength, vigor and buoyancy of youth. Price $1.00 per bottle. For sale by C. J. Petersou. Benjamin liachman an old and well-known well-known cltiicn of Provo died at his home in Provo last week, and was buried Sunday, the Masonic and A. O. U. W. lodges taking part In the services. Mr. H.ichman was clerk of the First District court and afterwards after-wards U. S. Marshal for this district. He brought the first alfalfa seed to Utah, and In that act laid the found-dation found-dation of one of Utah's leading crops. He was born in Sehueufurt, Bavaria, Aug. (1, 183(1, and came to Utah when but 13 years of age. He leaves a wife several children and a large circle of of friends to mourn his deparature. A couple of genteel hobos giving their names as Jonas Sterling and William Ilaker were arrested by Marshal Storrs, Tuesday, for stealing a bolt ef dress goods from Deal Bros. & Mendenhall and Ave pair of pants from the Wood Mercantile Co. The talented gentlemen entered Deal's store early Monday morning, while only one clerk was in charge, and while one of them engaged the attention of the clerk tlie other slipped a bolt of dress goods under his overcoat and departed. The same tactics were pursued in tho Wood Mercantile Go's, store, with the difference that they got nway with five pair of pants Instead a bolt of dress goods. The articles were not missed by the clerks and the thieve would probably have escaped with their plunder, had they not been o anxious to dispose of It. They attempted to sell It to people living between here and Spanish Fork. One prospective purchaser became suspicious and gave the alarm. Marshal Storrs followed the pair and arrested them at Spanish Fork. They were taken before Justice Poyer, found guilty and sentenced to fifty days In the county Jail. They bad a pair ot lady's shoes In their possession, which, as yet. have not been lc!en-, lc!en-, titled, iVt Vt'; ' Iff -,3 -L.-t'f!i Sure throat. Any ordinary case may be cured in one night by apply-Iiil' apply-Iiil' Chamberlain's Pain Balm as di rected with each bottle. This med icine is also famous for Its cures of ihpiimatism. lame back and deep- seated and muscular pains. For sale by all druggists. Chris. Petersen of Deseret, Millard county has filed an act'on in the First District court against tho Nepln Savings Bank and Trust company, to recover $2,250, and interest thereon at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, compounded com-pounded quarterly, from the 1st of ADril 1801. Plaintiff alleges that he deposited $2,250 with the defendant, defendant promising to pay plaintiff 5 per cent interest, and that neither the principal or interest has been paid. Tho Independent is in receipt of a letter from J. II. Kieth of Park City, in which the pleasing information is conveyed that that gentleman has moved his store across the street into a large brick and stone structure known as the Hirshmati building, where a larger and more complete stock of goods is carried. The busi ness has doubled since the change of locution. Among other things Mr. Kieth says: '-The Independent is like a letter from Springville. ()u Monday, the 11th iust., Miss Mattie Lisonbee, formerly of the New York Cash store of Salt Lake City, has accepted a position in the Park City Cash 'store. Although Miss Mattie is staying here her heart is in Springville. I can't tell why, but Guy can." Mr. Kieth expressed regret re-gret at his inability at attend the fair. NEIGHBORHOOD N0TE3- Wm. Jarvis of Santaquin died Friday, Fri-day, the 5th. The deceased was born in Hurlton, Lancashire, England, May 11, 1817, and came to Utah in 1S59, crossing the plains with a handcart hand-cart company. Mrs. J. C. York was thrown from a wagon at the Provo bench dug-way, Monday. She was thrown against a wire fence and badly cut and bruised. One of the largest crowds ever assembled in Provo was present at the Sunday school conference at that place on Sunday last. Ed. Booth was arrested at Payson, Tuesday, on a charge of rape, committed com-mitted on the person of Mrs. Hosiua Frei. He pleaded guilty before Jus tlce Harriett and was held in bonds in the sum of $300 U appear before the grand jury. The bonds were not forthcoming and Booth was taken to Provo Thursday. The victim of the assault suffered severely in the struggle strug-gle by being knocked down and bruised by the ruffian. Public indignatiou was greatly arroused over the matter and Booth was a for a time in clanger of being lynched. Mrs. Frie is a small woman and Booth is a powerful man. An Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica- go,says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery Dis-covery as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds, and lung complaints, having used it in my family for the last live years, to tho exclusion of physicians' prescript ions or other preparations." llev. John Itu.gus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "1 have been a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for firty years or more, and havo never found anything so beneficial, or that gave such speedy relief as, Dr. King's Nuw Medical Discovery." Try this Ideal cHigh remedy now. Trial bottles bot-tles free, At C J. Peterson's, A BARE CHANCE. One-half Interest In a choice 17 acre fruit ranch on Provo Bench. Will give time, or trade fur Springville property. Cheap for cash. Enquire of Jons Mkskray. It'-tf r5tt .? X V S3 h.r.'f 'Aifr'A V.-Vi'?J ZE YOU COL Then Buy an OVERCOAT Youir Own lOYOlipRlriK? If not you may use all kinds of dishes from the finest glass and Queensware to the cheaper grades of China and Crockery ware, in any case KJTJEl Jk. GrILiASS On hand, then You are prepared. Everything in the Crockery line at ciil Bros. & Mendenhall. R. A.DI A.L, President. H. T. BEIHUJLUS, Vice-mndent iprinjville Banking Gompaoy, SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. OeviDitfxl Stools. 000,000. .Transacts a general banking business. its received suDjeci io cnecit. Five per cent interest paid on time deposits, compounding qurUrly MMf always on band for short time loans. GEST LOAK SALE UTAH . TAKES PLACE AT Tho S. 8. Jones Company This week and Next. 30fl tcur gtule guot in. (Borne (Duer-gptjUe tije gale gaoto. S. S. JONES 00. Help Wanted. A MATT OR LADY TO MANAGE distributing soap samples, specialties, do corresponding. Send Sylvan Co., 727 Woodward, Detroit, Mich., 10c for samples soap, etc., receive outllt offer. "Abova Tie Clsudi.' At the city hall, Saturday night, a company of local amateurs will present pre-sent that popular drama. Following is the Cast of characters: Amos Gaylord, W. S. Holdaway Alfred Thorpe, Howard Gaylord, Lee Boyer Titus Turtle, Ray Westwood Curtis Chipmao, May Ilumphrey Nat Naylor, M. E. Crandal, Jr. PhiliD Riueold, J. M. Westwood Grace Ingalls, Miss MattieWheelcr Hester Thorne, Miss Lizzie Burch Suy Gaylord, Miss Julia Alleman Lucretia Gerrish, Miss Phoebe Philips The play will be proceeded by a Grecian Pautomimic Drill, by twelve young ladies. The usual prices of admission. Season tickets for fair entitles the holder to witness the play. Reserved seats extra. 173 to $150 a month paid to any one who represents us. Work almost easy enough for a child to do. Mr. J. W. Nixon, Boise City, Idaho, made 1244.50 In one week. Mary Bush, Lyons, Colo., cleared 172.10 la three days. Rev. Wm. Curtis, Aberdeen, S. D., made 914 the first day. No capital or experience necessary. Terms and pamphlets free. Address at one. SnF.pp & Co., 1020 Chestnut St., Phlladelphia.Pit, Wc Have 'em In all the Some Eleiant Dinner Sets. m Best GOODS and ttic Lowest PesslDle Prices, H, L. 0TJU(H,QMkST Exchange bought and told i BOSIARM mil Green and Paney """ Produce and Provision Grocers, Pf0VO, UTAH FALL MILINERY, at MISS DORA CURTIS' Opposite Post Office. latestDe signs in Hals Feathers and Plumes curled Hats tod Bonnet Retilmmwl. SPRINGVILLE . UTAH. BROWN I WOOD, Tonsorial Artists. WacatHklrta the LkWit SrU aa without pain or chloroform. LtilM' Md Children' hair euttlag. tmft dourt paclalty- 8 in un cm cmr tti But BrRIKOTILLI, t Utai a grots Troy Steam Laundry, Piert- 'All brilirt iLouM h In Tiutday. - P?