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THE SPaill-SYiLLE INDEPENDENT. Issued Every I'i 'May. D. P. TE1.T, Uditur anil Mnni;cT. Local Msntion. Potatoes wanted: .sec i). T. Fi ll. Lumber wantc 1, ap ly to I). 1'. 1VU. Hyrum Straw Ins returned from ;i six months' visit to l'aggs, W'yn. Springvillc has jmt on its holt. lay nltiic. JuHli'i'K at tin; store windows; win-dows; they fairly teem will) hcmst . The Inde)fid"nt U now comfortably comfort-ably Installed in i new qiiarleis Call nnd see us jiM. opposite tin- pot otllcc. A purse rontaiiiiun so me money at.d keys lias hei ii found, which the owner iuay have hy proving and paving for this card. L. J. Whitney, 1 1 - Map'cton ruin-in,' ruin-in,' expert. Ii'li t"dav' lnr Ktircku. where lie wiil engage iu s line miiiiiiu enterprises. Francis M. Knell an I Win. M. II -valance arc each di i iuu a new waoii, and both are. as lielde I as a little h iy with a red top. The I!. (J. W. will t.-!l t x.-'xt'U at one fare for the round tup to any point on its line I )ec. 1M, 2"). and lil, and Jan. 1st, limited In Jan. M i. Angelica, Port, Sherry, Claret and Jivisling wines, ll.'i cents tjuart bottle hree for $1.00 at t lie. Kureka saloon, Provo. 1 1. Harrison, proprietor. Who's got a knife to trade? Ceo. Crrocsbeck knocked e editor out of a choice pen knife and left a regular toad-stabber us a substitute. Who'll trade? The Third ward V. M M. I. A. is fully organized for work now and tin full complement of elected. Mr. Let lioyer is t he treasurer and Jas. It Whitehead is treasurer. For Sale-On gray mare, four years old, weighing between ten nnd eleven hundred pounds; fur sale at (J. K. Anderson's. An-derson's. Shu is t rue to pull ami good to work single. Will take a cow and produce. 2t Dec. itth, theC. A. R. post intend having u high old time at Frnvo. They will mip, socialize, and dance. The dance will be given in the opera liouse, and the balance of the exercises exer-cises will take place at the old Republican Re-publican headipiait :is. ,1. M. West-wood West-wood of this city has tickets for sale. A story that may he thought fishy has just come to this office. It appears ap-pears thai a genjlemaui of the town Vus passing the Hobble Crel operations opera-tions at the bridge when he saw a fine largo trout gaily gliding through the water, lie soon landed the spotted beauty on the bank and found it weighed fully three pounds. "The Ultimate Aim of Life," is the mbjeetC S. Adams will speak on Sunday evening at the Baptist hall, at 7:30 Meeting precluded by a short praise, service. All are invited. A Bible School will be held at 3 p. in., to which both old and young are invited. in-vited. Ladies' Aid Society, Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock. E. F. Parsons. A nice piece of wedding cake was sent from Mapleton for Mr. Gibson, the only single man on the force of The Independent, as a talisman to place under his pillow. The Independent Inde-pendent is not prepared to sav whether Mr. Gibson placed it under his pillow or under his vest, but it is noticeable, however, that he is more suave since he was bo kindly remembered. remem-bered. Water was turned into Hobble Creek before the workmen had flu-Ished flu-Ished excavating for the new bridge, resulting in a great deal more work flopping around in the water. W. 11. Kelsey has the contract for the timber, tim-ber, which is now being made and will soon tie on the ground. If Supt. Manner were to plate a lantern at the path leading down to the Improvised foot bridge much public good will would be said of friend llarmer. .sr . Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crap Crwm of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or amy other adulterant, 40' YEAF.J THB STANDARD. IT mjn A Sufferer Cured " livery season, from the time I was two yeaisnM, 1 sullen d dreadfully dread-fully i'om erysipelas, which kept growing of:,e until my hands wero almost useless. The bones softened to thai they wo'iid bend, and severn! of inv holers are in'v crooked from A'JV this cause. Oil luv fW'54-k hand 1 carry large! iM . i... r.. HI s.u, ui ii,imieii it TJ ' ftV arsapariHa, wool! ! M2Jr was alive and able (o carry nnsthing. Light hollies of Avers Nirsapuriiia enred me, a: that I h.iM- had no return of the disease (or more Hum twenty veal's. The first but t le seemed to reach t he spot mid a persistent use of it had perfected the Clilc." O. ('. 1.VIS, Wautoma, W is. 1 rjir II ' , THE ONLY WORLD'S FAIR 'Sarsaparilla AYER'S FILLS Promote Good Digestion. A guar) rail has been phi' el at the briuge, just east of the meetinghouse. N. II. Fell of Manfi was u visitor at this office yesterday. The use of Hall's Hair Henewer promotes the growth of the hair, and restores its natural color and beauty, frees the scalp jf dandruff, tetter, and all inipu. ilies. Ayer's Pills, being composed of the e.-.sential virtues of the liest vegetable aperients, wit bout any id' the woody or lihi'ous material whatever, is the reason why they are so much more effective ef-fective and valuable .than any other cathartic. The best family physic. Mrs. Lima Lisotihee of this city is mourning Hie deal h of her daughter, Kila Nut.e, who with her husband has been living at Los Angeles for the past few years. She died on Dec. 4th, l-0.", aged ,12 years last June 5th. She was a niece of Mr. 10. O. Hay mood, and otlu-r people of Springvi lie. Life will acquire new zel, and cheerfulness ret urn, if you w ill impel your liver and kidneys to the proper performance of their functions. Dr. J. II. McLean's Livr and Kidney I'.alm will stimulate them to health-ul health-ul action. Price $1.00 per bottle. There are many fellows who act in a sort of dog-in-the-manger style by discovering rich coal and mineral locations, and stick to them but never try to develop them, either for pecuniary pecu-niary reasons or from pure meanness. If the latter, they deserve astern rebuke and should be' ridden out of town on a rail. .1. M. Dalton who has recently returned re-turned from a mission was the victim of a surprise party Tuesday evening. A large number of friends entered his peaceful home and for several hours made things decidedly interesting for pveiyone. A most pleasant evening was spent in the usual manner, and all present enjoyed themselves immensely. im-mensely. Those interested in Sunday School work were given a genuine treat last Sunday by a visit from the Stake olllcers of the Sunday School, President Presi-dent Lars 10. lOggertson, Counselor Wm, Mailings and Librarian Jas. Hardy. The gentlemen drwpped many ideas on Sunday School work which will certainly bear a rich liar-vest liar-vest of good, for Spriugville Is with this branch of social life a deeply interested in-terested community. K. L. Prober!, an elderly gentleman who lives between Sprlngville and Spanish Fork, met with quite a serious ser-ious accident as a result of a runaway. run-away. It appears he was driving along the road near the railroad crossing south of town when by some mrans unknown his line broke, causing caus-ing a coll which he was driving tit become unmanageable. It then took a run, striking a telephone pole so violently that it was broken .off and the cart became a total wreck and Mr. l'rohert was thrown violently out. He was very hadlv shaken up. As Mr. Prohert Is quite aged his injuries arc considered serious. The const It ut'on that has been broken down or weakened by long stauditig disorders lo the liver and kidneys, is 111 Utted to withstand the encroachments of disease. Such a person per-son takes cold easily, cannot stand fatigue, ami In cases of epidemics, is the llrst to fall a victim. The proper course Is to remove the cause of the weakness by treating the liver and kidneys, Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm will reach the seat of trouble and restore the diseased organs to healthy functional activity. Increased nourishment of the body will follow and the patient will lap-idly lap-idly regain health and strength. Price 11.00 per bottle. When th.-- cbiiijen have earael.i . warm a few drops ol Dr. J. li. McLean's Mc-Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment on a teaspoon and drop it into the ear, the effect will be magical. It stops the pain instantly. Price 2jc, .10 j u. d IJMI per bottle. The I'i'ovo IOnqitirer thinks L'tih county should have a county fair n,.t fall. We aie heartily in favor of i1. j No other county in the territory cou d shi.v up a better display of pi.-diK'U.- Pawo i I lube. It is often a mystery how a cold has b-en "caught." The fact is, however, that when ! he blood is poor and tin system depressed, one becomes peculiarly pecu-liarly liable to diseases. When the appdite or the strength fails, Ayer's Sarsaparilla should be taken without delay. An M. I. A. fair has recently closed at Spriugville, after having been iu p; ogres several days. The fair was a . successful affair and i.e'.teil the Uis-iciaiion cash, beside several dollars worth of bunting, etc. This Is a good showing and why not our, associations give a fair and sec if they can make a showing equally as good. : Think the in.ti.UT over. Wasatch Wave. When the urine shows sings of dis-I dis-I order, such as scanty or .suppressed How, unusual dark color, frequent calls, or it the amount passed is large and of very light color it indicates trouble, in the kidneys. Diseases in these organs are dangerous, hence the importance of prompt,, measuies to slrp Hie trouble. Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney P.alm exercises a healing and s. Aulating influence over the kidneys and urinary organs and will cause an early restoration lo normal conditions. Price Sfl.00 per bottle. Patronize Hooia Industry. On Monday, Whitehead Bros, will open their imv bakery, one door south of Whitehead's store. They will have fiesh bread every morning and will carry a complete slock of confectionery, confection-ery, candies, nuts, cakes, pies, oranges lemon, cigars, tobhaeco, etc, and will handle the Spiingville Milling Co. 's Hour and feed. They have erected a new oven the finest in the State and are in every way prepared to furnish fur-nish t he best bread in the market at the lowest price thai is, they will give you the most for your money. Heretofore, a large part of the bread sold in Springville has been imported, im-ported, and the money spent for it left the city never lo return. It has. of course, cost money to bring the bread here a certain per cent of the total value, and Whitehead Uros!, can and will, make larger loaves than are now on the market, by adding to each loaf just what it cost to bring other bread here. The bakery is nicely arranged, the proprietors arc hustlers, and should, as no doubt they will, do a good business busi-ness Cyolone Coffee Pot. A representative of this paper called call-ed on Itoyer & Hringhurst to-day and took a look at the famous coffee pot of which they have takeu the agency, lor Southern Utah. It is made in three sizes, 2 3 4 quart, it has the appearance of a common coffee pot, with a neat copper band encircling: the top is arranged with a lid on which a canton flannel hag is suspended, suspend-ed, in which the coffee is placed, boiling boil-ing water is poured through anil the coffee is then ready for use, without with-out any grounds or sediment of any kind and the full aroma of the coffee is retained in the beverage and not a fraction of coffee smell is noticed in room where the coffee is being made; a steam condenser in the lid which saesallthe coffee which must be wasted In steam. Fully one-third of the coffee is saved by this new inven-ion. inven-ion. The Cylone Coffee Pot is nieetim: with unqualified success and is giving giv-ing satisfaction to those who have them, and the sales are enormous, as all who see its scientillc, yet simple, construction and have occasion to use A Cup of Coffee Is delicious If made properly, and the way to make It properly is to use the Cyclone Coffee Pot. Boyer & Every visitor to the Store of Made fn the "Cyclone" Co Set Pot. We are agent for the "Cyclone" buy one. It will he a saving to you of one-third of your coffeeo, as you can make as much coffee from TWO pounds of coffee In the "Cvcloue" coffee pot as you can from THREE pounds In the old way CALL AND TRY A CUP AND BE CONVINCED. 'Our Christmas goods will be here next weak A.t On a coffee p )t are convinced that it is the best and they buy one. The tlrm have a coffee pot in tbe store in full operation and every visitor visi-tor will be given a cup of coffee free. . ... - - Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder Mast Perfect Made. Frank N. West WATCHMAKER AMD JEWELER, All kinds of JEWELRY PvEPAIKKD, WATCHES, CLOCKS, Etc., CLEANED and KEPAIUED ON SHOUT NOTICK. Sprlngville, Utah. "WAIT UNTIL I SHAVE, ,lust :i moment ALBERT lwny " rush, but lie lous his work so quickly and so well that it is a pleasure to tw shaved by him," !7 nviei'Yim' HERE'S HIS PLACE, N EXT TO P. (.' BOSHARD & SAXEY, Green and Fancy Produce and Provision PROVO, - - UTAH. FALL MILINERY, at MISS DORA CURTIS' Opposite Post Office. latestDesignsin Hats Feathers and Plumes curled Hats and Ronnets Hctriimucd. SPRINGVILLE - - UTAH. Brinilmrst"' ill be given up of coffeec ,-,',"iV.j.' 1 3 YOlJ COLp? Then Buy an OVERCOAT aJj the Your Own Fi-ice. YOif prMk? If not yon may use all kinds of dishes from L the finest glass and Qneensware tOir the cheaper grades of China and ;S6tS. Crockery ware, in any case irT7TTS G-T.ASS ITlie Best hand, then You are prepared. Everything! in the Crockery oil Bros, h Mendenliall. R. A.DI &.L, President. H. L. CUMMHGS.Oaalikr n. T. REYNOLDS, Vics-Presidetit. Spfingville Banking Gompany, SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. 0VEitd StocH. $30,000. Transacts a general hanking business. Exchange bought and sold and dp its received subject to check. Five per cent interest paid on time deposits, compounding quarterly Money always on hand for short time loans. THE BIGGEST CLOAK SALE IN UTAH TAKES The S. 5. Jones Company This week and Next. aOO lexv gtvjle gust in. omc uc:c pijtle tlje gate gasto: S. S. JONES CO. Christmas The GREATEST DISPLAY of the season will be ai IRVINE & SONS TOOVO, TJto.ll.. We are not carying toys, but in Jleoi, Jieat, & WE ARE Celluloid, Silver, Glass and other new things; 1001 different articles suitable for gentlemen. Our Dolls with kid bodies will be the cheapest ever seen. From 35 cents upwards. Neckwear, Mufflers, Cravat Tins, Buttons, Hair Ornaments, Trilby Hearts, Silver Buckle Gaiters, Etc., Etc., Also for Infants' Goods, Fascinators, Dress Goods, Evening Silks Black Silks, Etc., WE ARE HEADQUARTERS. TWe will save you money on Rubber Goods. Mns Heavy Knee Boots, $2.50; Mens' Felts and 2 Buckle Overshoes, t2.13. EVERYTHING- IN PROPORTION. Iiviiao & Soiiis, Provo jHave rem in if fi have iriorront fonnns UUUVM anfl M line at Lowest jPissiW8 iPrices. I. PLACE AT Christmas Useful (oveldes THE PEOPLE.