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l . 1 A . . i. 4 TT Oup motto: CONSTITUTION! 0 Silver, 16 U VOL. 5. NO. 20. SPRING VILLE, UTAH, FKIDAY, DEO. 20. 1895. PRICE: $2.00 PER YEAR Hight of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTES. PUBE Sunday Sekool Christmas Program, Program of exercises to be observed Pec. 24, Christmas Eve, by the Primary Pri-mary Sunday School at the City Hail, commencing at 3 p. m: Called to order by S. E. Dalton; lit. Singing by the School, D. P. Felt, director; 2nd. Prayer by P. P. Hill; 3rd. Singing by the School. Dancing, recitations and other exercises exer-cises far one hour, to be concluded with n surprise fur the children. All members of the Primary Suuday School are invited, and teachers and officers In general. In consequence of a lack of room parents are earnestly requested to take the galleries. Program of exercises to be observed by the Sunday School, Dec. 24, Christmas Christ-mas Eve, at the L. D. S. meeting house, commencing at 7 p. m.: 1st. Called to order by J. F. Bring-hurst; Bring-hurst; 2nd. Singing, "Christmas Carol", Geo. Harrison, director; 3rd. Prayer by C. W. HouU, chaplain; chap-lain; 4th. Singing by the school; 6th. Opening remarks by O. M. Mower; Oth. Christmas Carol, Geo. Harrison, Har-rison, director; 7th. Music by the Harmonica Band M. Roylance, conductor; 8tn. Music by the Goodmundsou Orchestra, M. Goodmundson, conductor. con-ductor. Com. on Christmas Trees William Hartuer, Delos Boyer, Faunie Rowland, Row-land, Myrtle Hall. Com. on DecorationS. A. Cooper, Blanche Crandal, Ernma Beardall, JJelvina Tell, Mattie Caffrey, Nellie Holley, James Suni6ion, Harry Blas-kett, Blas-kett, Harold Alleman, Jonu Blanch-ard. Blanch-ard. Com. on Music J. F. Bringhurst. Com. on Recitations Ida Alleman, Detta Caffrey. Members, teachers and officers are especially invited to be present, also parents and friends. Members of the S. S. will be admitted ad-mitted to the lower part of the house by tickets, and persons not holding tickets are kindly invited to take the galleries or upper part of the building. On the above occasion it is expected and hoped that we will have and excellent ex-cellent time, and be the means of increasing the attendance; also snowing snow-ing our appreciation of the faithfulness faithful-ness and labors of the members, teachers and officers. If you are not already a member of the Sunday School "turn over a new leaf" Jan. 1st, 1890, and come and belp out the goodcause. . C. Boteu, J. F. Boyer, S. E. Dalton, D. C. Boyer, J. S. Loynd, O. M. Mower, Committee in Charge. The Tsjlor Brothers Company. Last Thursday while in Provo a representative of The Independent had the pleasure of visiting the well known furniture house at Provo known as the Taylor Bros. Co., a house whose reputation for square dealing is known throughout the whole county, and in Springville, Mapleton and Spanish Fork in particular, partic-ular, as they have placed more Chicago Chica-go Cottage organs, Emerson pianos and miscellaneous furniture than has any single house in the county. This year, as in the past, they have increased in-creased their variety of household supplies sup-plies to included everything used Qlxlxxaleai s J. lAfflflD & SOUS, Lumbar Dealer, Provo City, Utah. from a kitchen chair to an elegant piano, with bed room suits at your own price. They carry an immense Ptock of the Universal cooking stoves, heaters and ranges. The immense business done 'n this depot has induced them to open a seperate room in which iheir magnificent display is seen to better advantage. The stock of fancy chairs, bric-a-brac and Christmas novelties was simply dazzling. Various kinds of musical instruments, supplies, books, etc., were far ahead of anything in the county. The best evidence of their popularity popular-ity and of the quality and quanty of goods carried is attested by the rush and stir that is always seen there. All Tree- Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the op portunity to try it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist and get a trial Bottle, Free. Seud your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chi cago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life, Pills free, as i well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Dr. C. J. Tet erson's Drug Store. KEWSPAPER NOTES. The Nepbi Times has changed its publication day to Wednesday. - Milt Scott will start a new paper at Mercur. Success to you, old boy. The Juvenile Instructor is now one of our most valued exchanges. The Dispatch is no more, and the Enquirer has the plant. What are you going to do with it, Brother Graham? start a Democratic paper? Mr.Geo. Hales has gone back to bis "first love" the Beaver Utonian. Brother Hales is strictly at home in Beaver, was, we believe, the original owner of the Utonian. The way the Springville people patronized pat-ronized the M. I. A. fair of that place must be a source of gratification to the association. They netted $100. Lehi Banner. Joel Shoemaker has taken the Logan Republican and his advent is marked by the appearance of a neat and well printed newspaper in which Joel's progressive and Interprising finger marks are plainly seen. Fred Nelson of the Tintic Miner has been done gone and done it is married and an old man now. Although Al-though lie could find no one who would change her name for him he has found a clinging life-mate who will undoubtedly make Fred a better man, at any rate. Miss Ivy Nelson is the lady who merely changes Miss to Mrs. The Salt Lake nerald has made a great stride forward, in securing the services of Mr. B. H. Roberts for their editor-in-chief. Mr. Roberts is a most forcible and aggressive writer, and will undoubtedly place the Herald Her-ald in the front rank with the papers of America. The great trouble with the Herald's editorial page in the pat has been the very evident marks of outside interference, as tho' some stockholder, manager or other persons have had the privilege of grinding their ax on th Herald stone. Its individuality has been blurred or entirely lost. Mr. Roberts, we believe is not the man to have his sanctum invaded by every Tom, Dick and Harry Har-ry and will surely make the Herald shine as has all his literary efforts. UlSINESS UUIEFS. Headquarters for stationery, note bonks, tissue papers, etc., at Meneray & Co. fi-Tuikeys, chickens, geese, and dressed hogs wanted at Bjyer & Uringhurst's. Get a licture of the baby, and give it to your wife tor a Christmas present. pres-ent. Anderson takes 'em. Caffrey & Davis have received a whole "raft" of Christinas novelties, just the thing for presents, from 50c to $100.00 Roylance pays cash for wheat, alfalfa alfal-fa seed, eggs, winter pears and green apples, also game of all kinds. Bring them along, he wants lots of 'em. Deal Bros. & Mendenhal were busy opening up Christmas goods, and will have lots to sell next week and goods to sell cheap. Boyer & Bringhuret are preparing for the holiday trade by a thorough cleaning up,and opening up their new goods which are noted to be in an endless variety. Springville is to have a dancing school under direction of Prof. E. Pickering of Salt Lake. He opens tonight to-night with a full repertoire of the latest dances. H. T. Reynolds & Co. want turkeys by the drove; highest prices given. They have an elegant display of Christmas novelties and fancy groceries. gro-ceries. Irving Sons of Provo are dressed up SoiCthe holiday trade In elegant styleThey are strictly up to date and their affable clerks will always find just wnat you want. Roylance is just completing the 5th carload for this season of lucern seed a line showing for one city. This brings in cash which with the beet money makes things in Springville pretty lively. Wi Mcicitiitrto "CO. an? do rushing business anent the holiday t rade. They have fresh salmon direct from Portland every week. They also carry a fresh stock of oranges, lemons, bananas, etc., in addition to their stock of general merchandise. Uncle Jud of the Wood & Daley furniture house says they have kept hi in so busy lately that he can scarcely talk. Shipping out goods almost be-fore be-fore they come in is the rule. Goods are arriving daily. Over a thousand rolls of wall paper in the latest designs, de-signs, are. now at the depot. At the Bank meeting Thursday, all the officers were unanimously re-elected. Three Hundred and Fifty-Three shares were reuresented. Most encouraging en-couraging reports were submitted by President Deal and Cashier Cum-mings Cum-mings showed the bank to be in a flourishing condition. S. P. C. Larson, the shoemaker, haR just received a fine sewing machine for repairing. It is called the Poly-type Poly-type meaning any kind of sewing can be done on it from the thinest kiud of leather to thick sole work, besides many kinds of fancy stitches. Oh, its a beauty and is worth a call to see its symetrical proportions. Profitable sons H. SINGLETON CLOTHING COMPANY Has Crawled so Quickly to THE FRONT. It wasn't "Blind Luck," Oh! No! Here are some of the Bargains that made them Popular: 200 Men's and different patterns now on sale at B'oshard & Saxey, the popular grocers gro-cers of Provo, are "up to thair eyes iu business" these times. They carry tho best stock of green, fancy and general groceries th H is to be found in Provo, and the prices arc so low that the very poorest of people can afford to have Christmas this rear, -'representative of this paper was In 'the great S. S. Jones store, in Provo, and was certainly struck with amazement at the mammoth display of holiday novelties shown. The bric-a-brac, tine china ware, ladies' fancy goods both made up aud in material, handkercheifs and doyles in endless variety. A fat calf was seen at E. Webb & Sons' place which has been especially prepared for Martin Lannan's Christ-man Christ-man exhibition at Salt Lake. The calf is only 5 weeks old, weighs 125 pounds and is fairly rolling in fat. It was fed by Mr. Geo. Giles. He alo has a trio of hogs for the same gentleman. gen-tleman. A lamb and a tlock of fat turkeys will also accompany the exhibit. ex-hibit. See R. A. Barney's big offer in this issue. He is going ts give a nice silk handkerchief to every person who buys one dollar or upwards from b i in on Mouday or Tuesday, Dec. L3 or 24. This will cost him considerable money, mon-ey, but he says the people have been liberal with him in patronage this fall and that he is going to try and be Liberal in returu. Springville ought people to give him a call. When most needed it is not unusual for your famliy physician to be away from home. Such was the experience of Mr. J. Y. Schcnk, editor of the Caddo, Ind. Ter., Banner, when bis little girl, two years of age, was threatened with a severe attack of croup. He says: "My wife insisted that I go for the doctor, but as our family physician was out of town I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which relieved her immediately. I will not be without 'Ue-he future." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder A Pure Orapc Cream of Tartar Powder. SALT LAKE AMUSEMENTS. Louis James will commence his engagement en-gagement at the Salt Lake theatre next Wednesday (Christmas) afternoon, after-noon, presenting an interesting repertoire reper-toire of standard tragedies ami one new play which has scored a signal success wherever it has been presented. present-ed. A special repertoire has been arranged for the Christmas festivities. At the Lyceum, where the New Magdalen is being presented this week. They are playing to large audiences aud-iences and the play very much appreciated. appre-ciated. Miss Tittell and Mr. Hayes are exceedingly popular. The Grand Opera house at Salt Lake is one of the neatest and best equipped theatres in the West. They have a stock company, each member of which is a star, aud is so pronounced pronounc-ed by Mr. Louis James, the great American star. They are now running run-ning for the week a piece entitled "Lynnwood", an intensely interesting drama. FJeacling There is a Whole Lot of Sound and Solid Rea Why The Boy's Suits in 10 qQ KCi Per cPJcJv Suit- This does not represent. 3VIX;a GlciXXm nor even Jo StOXTS, hut merely a man who wishes to announce that II, T. REYNOLDS Have received their HOLIDAY GOODS and a line display WILL 13 E SEEN IN THEIR WINDOW CONSISTING OF Tovs Currants Groceries Candies Books Raisins Oranges Nuts Souvenirs Candy Peel Lemons Etc. etc. f & li 8ona v The Influence of an Organization such as ours, becomes All-Powerful and Far-Reaching when by the Might of Right! -IT IS Keynote of ir Success asi Rapid Enufk. - V - M M 4.U4M Prices Right, Goods Right, SERVICE AND ATTENTION in every detail of this business are known to be right. Should anything be otherwise, we make it right. It is the knowledge of this that has gained us the confidence of the people, it is the power, 'The Might of Right" that has made this one of The Leading Stores in Utah. Never more right than now; never better equipped or better prepared to assert our mighty right than at present. You will be mighty right if you Pit Of Nano i Your Stains Lis!. CLOTHlEMMTEJlfr OUTFITTER: THE BIGGEST OFFER YET On MQniay and Tussiay, Dec. 23ri 42 4iti; WE WILL GIVE EVERY PERSON Making a purchase of One Dollar or more at our store a nice SILK HANDKERCHIEF, see Handkerchiefs in Our window. Come one, Come all, and do your trading where you get the lowest prices and not a Chance in a Prize, but a nice PRIZE on every purchase of One Dollar and upwards, Yours for I3IZZ, H. fl. BAfEY, & C0, IlltOXCHIAL, TROUBLES arc very prevalent at this time of the vear. The breathing apparatus it exceedingly sensitive to sudden changes in thempera-ture. thempera-ture. and when it becomes affected, our One Minute Cough Cure is invaluable. For the PUREST WINES and LIQUORS for CHRISTMAS yur orders to the SfTlOOT DSUG CO., Provo. Will till all orders promptly. 00 V THE- igili! LSUGMTOftSapt. 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