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: Clothing : Jllfl4 WW - 1 DEAL BROS. & MENDENHALL GO TO . Star Bakery . Bot'plac in town for Cakes Home Made Bread and Candies. IVIocvl 33 ot. PKALEK8 IN FRUITS, VEGETABLES and CANNED GOODS. Whitehead & Tucket. Isyoursawing roachlneoutof order? If so call on Roll T. Marshall. Ira I. Keiarfl, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 2 over Hines drug store Pnovo Citt, Utah- J. JOHNSON & CO., HOUSEHOLD GOODS Terms Cash. Bought and Sold. 223 State St. Salt bake. ZION'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, DR. Q. W. SHORES, Cnutlnf Phyvljtasw This Institution li duly Incorporated Incor-porated under tb laws of Utah, with a. capital stock of 1 50,000.00, and la specially darotad to tha traatment and curt of all chronic, daep-aaatiad and wantlngr dlaoases which hara long baffled tha gonsral practitioner. Absolutely tha finest equipped In stitution wost of Chicago, adapted for either mall or office treatment. TJndwr personal supervision of Dr. Q. W. Shores, (originator of tha 95.00 a month fee for Chronic disease) dis-ease) whose skill and experience have made thla Institution famous In the treatment and cure of: CATARRH. , . A ASTHMA, DEAFNESS ' BRONCHITIS' DYSPEPSIA, . WEAK STOMACH, RHEUMATISfl, FEflALB DISEASES. . KIDNfiY A NO LIVER ILLS. "" PILES, CONSTIPATION BLOOD AND SKIN y;Y. DISEASES, JSESV0U3 debility, fits! DliaTIIDC CURED .. . PERMANENTLY. qj A MONTH FOB ALL TEX ABOVB . D13ZASESL A Special department for treating diseases of Men. Cures guaranteed. Offices 14 Eatt Secant South Street, SALT XJLKB CITT, UTJlEL . i vou tivd our op iown WRITE SSS $5. LOCAL UUtVl IE A boy was born to the wife of Jesse Station on Friday, Jan. 8th. The public schools are all closed today, thm being visiting day for the teachers. The Independent extends condolence con-dolence to "Frankic's little sweetheart." sweet-heart." Messrs Diekersoo and Martin intend leaving town for the cunyon in a few d.iys, on a tie proposition for Deal Bros. In last week's issue an item was oinitted to the Intent that a baby girl was bom to Mrs. Nettie South-worth South-worth Tig man. The Uio Grande Western announces the low rate of 20 cents for round trip to I'rovo on Jan. Kith and 17th, good until Jan. 18th. On Thursday evening a very pleasant reception was held at the Ilungei ford Academy. Candy nulling was the order ef the evening. On going to press, The Independent learns that the New York Stock Co. has canceled its date in Springville, the manager having changed his route. The high winds during the last two nights played havoc with several Insecure windows, among which are the front upstairs windows of the City Hall. Will March, following the good example of Elliott Jordan, has signed as advance agent of Thatcher's "Molly llawn" Company, for the Sanpete route. Mrs. Van Leuven has generously offered to head the contribution list in the interests of the charitable r-ganizstion r-ganizstion which is mentioned elsewhere else-where in the local columns. On account of the absense, without permission, of one of The Independent's" Indepen-dent's" type setters, nearly aco'umn and a half of local news had to be omitted in this week's issue. , A torpid liver means a bad complexion, com-plexion, bad breath, indigestion and frequent headaches. To avoid such companions take Pc Witt's Little Early Risers, the fatuous little pills. Oscar Mowers met with a painful accident on Tuesday. His horse fell on him near lioyer & Bringhurst's corner and hurt his ancle severely. It is not known yet whether any bones are broken. The Springville Ki lie Club team which went to Spanish Fork to shoot a return match were beaten by the American Forkeis again. No realms assigned except that the other fellows shot a little the straightest, winnnrs by one point. Ry private telegraph, The Inde-p Inde-p -ndent learn) that on Thursday Representative Rep-resentative Roylance was appointed on the following committees: Ways and Means, Judiciary, Public Lands, Appropriations anil Fish and Game. The first four are about fhe most important im-portant committees in the House. Minutes seem like hours when a life Is at stake. Croup givas no time to send for u doctor, delay may mem death. One Minute Couph Cure giv Instant relief and Insures recovery. The only harmless remedy that produces pro-duces immediate results. Aaron Johnson has been appointed sergeant-at-arms of the House during the present session of tho Legislature. Owing to this, the Johnson-Houtz Dramatic company, which has been doing such splendid business in San pete and Sevier counties, has been compelled to return. Mr. Houtz going to re-organize and start again as soon as possible. The next meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held Thursday, Jan, 21st, at 4 p.m. In the llaptist Hall. The main topic of the hour will be Mother's Work. The regular meetings of the Union occur the first ami third Thursdays of each month. This oiganlzatiou is undenominational; Its purpose, to allcvate the evils of Intemperance. All are cordially Invited to attend these meetings. Tho Hlack Hawk reunion and dance Is liable to prove an expeusive as well as disastrous picnic for Wm. Gallup. The gentleman, while descending the stairs of tha Reynolds building carrying carry-ing in his arms a heavy basket of crockery ware, was unfortunate enough to make a mistep near the foot of tho stairs and plunged headlong head-long against one of the huge plate glass wludows, oraeking It badly. The window was not Insured and is valued nt $7o. On Friday evening last, Just about dark, Miss Kate Groesbeck, daughter of Al. GroeslH-rk. met with a painful accident. She was out riding horseback horse-back when a young man by the name of Tom Morgau rode up behiiul her. Just as he caught up with her he delivered de-livered himself of a yell which scared the horse Miss Groesbeck was riding. The home came in contact with a wire fence and Miss Groesbeck was thrown. She received several cuts and bruises. At last reports the young lady was convalescing rapidly. James E. Hall met with a narrow escape fnnn instant death the early part of the week. He was engaged In trying to raise a 3-Inch pipe out of the ground, when the pfpe broke off above the jacks and the top piece fell, striking him a glancing blow on the skull. The fragment weighed more than 100 pounds, and falling five feet, had it struck him full upon the head would undoubtedly have fractured his skull. As it is, Mr Hall is con. gratulating himself upon receiving only a slight scalp wound. A grand ball will be held at Reynolds Rey-nolds Hall on Friday evening, Jan. 22, under the auspices of the Springville Orchestra. Tickets 50 cents. The orchestra have received a lot of new music which they have been practicing practic-ing assiduously. In the assortment is a new dance entitled, "Trilby Two-step Two-step Quadrille." While Trilby dunces on thestajre are associated with bare feet, the managers ot this ball wish to announce that ladies will not be compelled to takeoff their shoes when dancing this quadrille. Levi Curtis et al. have located a lithograph stone quarry (2 claims), about two miles east of Mill Fork; Andrew Thompson and wife have located a mineral claim iu Utah county; Sarah J. Davis et al have located a mill site near their Nellie mine; Wm. liowen et al have located two mineral claims In Cayune canyon, 5i miles from P. V. Junction, and James Straw et al have located a mineral claim northeast ofCrand-all's ofCrand-all's farm between Provo and Sr.ring-viile.- Ex. . The Hobble Creek marble quarry is one. if the latest of Utah county's undeveloped bonauzas. Prof. Tal-tuage Tal-tuage in bin reports regards it as one of the most promising properties of the kind in the state. The country in which it lies is easy of access and is in close proximity to the H. G. AV. 11. R. Mr. Herman Snow of Salem, the owner of the Thistle Brown-stone Quarry and his brothers have lately been doing some development work on the quarry, which - is in the hands of Mr. Don C. Robbins, one of Utah's iveliest 'promoters." The Independent Inde-pendent is giaa to bear that a satisfactory satis-factory deal is on the tapis. As The Utahnian has constantly predicted, the Messrs. Bacon are getting their financial entanglements rapidly straightened out, and will, it is believed, soon be fully underway again. Enterprising, speculative men are always liable to be caught in panicky time; but they are the ni"n, who push cities and staffs and regions forward; they are the men, who build factories and mills, sanitariums, r.iilroads and colleges, libraries and churches. Zion cannot afford to squander two or threo of them, because be-cause they had too much faith in her posibil i ties. Utah nian. Mr Chas. F. Donaldson and Mis Emma Oaklev were married at 559 Twenty-third street last evening by Bishop White After the ceremot y the h ippy couple and a few close friends partook of a sumptuous wedding wed-ding supper. The bride was gowned in a pretty wedding costume and th" groom wore the conventional black. Mr. Dona'dson is u popular Southern South-ern Pacific conductor and Miss Oakley is ne of Ogden's attractive young ladies. The Staudard Joins with a host of friends in wishing tii happv couple a pleasant journey over life's sea The Standard. A movement is on foot among some society ladies in Springville which is worthy the pa'ronage and support of all philanthropic citizens." Charity begins at home. It nutters not whether the aborigines of the Fiji Islands are supplied with neckties or the woolly headed denizens of Africa run out of table napkins. Help out the needy of your own town, says the hidedendent. This particular charitable chari-table movement referred to Is to raise i subscription fund, tne proceeds of which shall be Judiciously expended in excelsior stuffing, red plush and feathers. These articles of commerce are to be manufactured by a sewing society, to be organized for that purpose, into soft luxurious cushions, which will be placed on the stone sills under the wiudows ol Reynolds store, thus affording a comfortable resting place for dozens of poor wayfarers, who have no other place to loaf. All lovers of humanity will encourage the worthy effort. : The subscription list Is now open at Reynolds store. . You probably pay too much a month for. tea; it is. probably not very good. Try Schilling Best If you don't like it, your grocer gro-cer returns your money. You may firjd unexpected pleasure and profit in it k Schilling & Compaaf h Your Blood Pure If it is, you will be strong, vigorous, full of life aad ambition; yoa will have a good appetite and good digestion ; strong nerves, sweet sleep. But how few can aay that their blood la pure! How many people are Buffering daily from the consequences of impure blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and That Tired Feeling. Hood's Barsaparllla purifies, vitalizes and enriches tho blood. Therefore, it is the medx:ne for you. It will give you pure, rich, red blood and stroug nerves. It will overcome that tired feeling, create an appetite, give refreshing sleep and make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently ia the publio eye today. nOOa S 1 llS Umll. cathartic lie. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS SALE OF KKAL rTA l K. Nollco Is licri'liy '.'iven that In porsmnee (if an order of tlit District Coiir'.Kointli Judicial District. I tiih ounly. State of I tali, niiidi' on the eleventh dav of Seutenilier. A. 1). IMH in the iniiUerof the estate of Martin I'iirdon Crandall. deceased. The undersigned, the administrator of said estate, will sell at null lie wile, to the hinhest bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States, and subject to continuation ny saiu District (tiiiinii.e Mh ilaviil Novcnilier 1WW. at 2 o'clock !). m.. at the late residence of said deceased seven si rodn. situate in sect ion till rty-t hiee; T. sevens: It. three E.. Salt Lake nvridian Also liejriiinlnj? twenty-two and seventeen one hiindreth chains K. of the N. W. corner of section thirty t hree. township seven South of rmiL'e three ast of Salt Lake meridian ; thence Fast 5.00 chains: thence South 20 mln West L'.iltii'hains; thence Wost 20 mill. North S.(K chains; thence North 20 mill. East 2.IW-I0U chains; Area one W IOO acres; also one piano. Terms and conditions ot sale, ca-.li. lawful money of the I'nittd States. Milan L. Cimntvw.i.. Administrator of the oslate of .Martin I'aidon Crandall. deceased. Di.ted at Springville, Utah county, Sejjt 24th, lf! MISS E. B. MAGUIRE, Teacher of Art. Graduate of South Kensington (Knylarul) Art School. Drawing, an. Water and Oil Painting TtmKt. Lessons every Wednesday at 8:: p.m. Kor lei'Di write l'ioo or call at the Munerford Academy. 8. B. Thurman. E. A. Wedgwood Thurman & Wedgwood, Attohnevs-at-Law. I'rovo City, - UtJi. M. KOPP, MANUFACTURER OF Fine Candies and Confectioners Supplies. Jobbers of Nuts, etc. SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH. ANDREW BERK EY Contractor and Builder. ESTIMATES MADE WITH OR WITHOUT SUPPLIES. Bnildinns Rcpairei on Snort Notice. SPRINGVILLE. - - UTAH COAL. i Leave your orders with H. T. Reynolds Rey-nolds & Co., for the celebrated Rock Springs coal, the very best in the market. Prompt delivery to any part Of the city by II. T. Reynolds & Co. L in 1 mid l.rcharJ for sale cheap for cash. 32 acres of lucern, 5 acres of vineyard; 2000 vines; 2J acres of fruit, trees; 219 peach trees; 113 pear trees; 50 winter apple trses. All eight, years old and bearing. 2i acres of good plow land, pood for beets or any other crops. First-class water right. Apply to Davis Clark, Springville, I'tah county. Lost A dear little child who made home hanpy by Its 'smiles. And to think, it might have been saved had the parents only kept in the house One Minute Cough Cure, the infallible in-fallible remedy for croup. A Fine Unrein- ha VYr.nU It f A gentleman of Springville will trade a farm of 160 acres, with small house and ten acres broken. It has a tlrst-class brown-stone quarry. Situated Situ-ated in an Idaho town and forty acres are laid off in town lots. This he will exchange for residence property in Springville. Call at this ofllee for particulars. E.J. Ward & Sons, Wholesale and Mmkf and Building Material, . We also Keep in Consisting of Sections, Frames, Hives, Tel. No. 82. Provo Millinery MRS. M. E. WEIDNEIl. Proprietor Bn.1 ' -ffl School Hats . 25c to 50 cents. Latest Designs. CENTER STREET, ? GOLD 811 (i n n .1 1 K-iS iCO TJIAMOXD 'Ring. Plain Gold Ring, 1 X a New Line of Watch Chains, For the oPera Glasses, Silk Umbrellas, Canes, But- ' g tons, Ear Drops, Knives and Forks, and HAVVWS- 0 Everything, ihrt car. be found in a w (j...'d jewclrv St,, iv e 3 fj. BECK) TPJE Evoryti-.lrc Ymns Pctpcct ftdlt), iv VVveVw. 2 Warranto Josiak Be k NUNN S BLACK OIL CO. Every man his own liorse and cattla d.ocior Head what Dr. Nunn's Black Cii is good lor. Horse cut or wounded heals with : u.i,'. lilack s il. Horse or cow got colic or bloat cured with !nti:i's i.i.irk Oil. Morse coughing with distemper cured with u id's t lack Oil. , No Hies on wounds when you use Nn mN Mirk Oil. 1 You get a veterinary book free when vou buy va ... !,ae Oil. Every stockman should keep handy :iiu's itlnck Ml. fUJ-EVEKY STOKE SHOULD HANDLE NU2TM"S BLACK OIL. Call on or write Dr. NUNN for ar.v veterinary advice free. The only Black Oil that took a prize at the Fair was NUNN'S I5L CK OIL. Fifty Centa fit nottle. ' i ADDItESS OltDEKS i)lt. C V. CN, VETiRIN'AliY SUKOIIOV. 29 W. First South Street, - - - - - Salt Lake City. Utah. Alwuys hi yrUov enrlw n.s. Exttnwl J 'sr. Uncurc of (he Suit Lai e pirate! fgrliirr.rinirctetl: Stock for file; u yimd inrcMm. nt. LET 'ER GO 00 C"4 S) Wholesale and Fresh and Smoked Meats of all Kinds OUR BIG HOLDAY SALE. LASTS TILL CHRISTMAS. DO LLS! 13 inch kid body, with NATURAL HAiRand CLOSING EYES, 25c, worth 5c el sewhere, All dolls at same proportion. propor-tion. Celluloi.l and Fillegree Goods Cut Till They are 25 per cent. Under Anybody. ' JMgL. Bis Sale SEE HAND BILLS FORPRICES. r ftfo. 14 Center St., ProVo, Retail Dealer in Stock a full line of etc. etc Provo, Utah. All Kinds of Millinery. Latest Styles and Designs. PROVO. (1 SILVER r-res 'ow .'ISt 031: iH m LCOX r OYER OUR &TCCK Parlors M. A. MINER C. II. WEIiB Standard Meat Markel Retail Dealers in tfc$a Free Deliverv. f ' Cash paid for Fat Calves. DOLLS!