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THE SPRIN3YILLE INDEPENDENT Willisai T- 6ib?oa, BJitor and Mantger- Entered at the powt oflice at Spring ville, tah. for traniraiulon through the malls as l-JoonoVclasa matter. Issued Every Thursday Morning. TERMS OP 3UBSCRIPTIOW. One year, .... $2.00 Six months, .... 1.00 TUree mouths. .75 Association Election ia safely over nnd ilie country eavel again. The pattriot ftn once more enjoy slumber us quiet nni peaceful us that of traditional childhood. Number I of Volume 1 of the Improvement Era. iho nvw organ or-gan ol (he M. I. A 'it, is at hand this week, It- a very rif ut, tasty little iimgHzine, full of instructive in-structive and timely matter. It deserves the encouragement of the Mutuals. There are people in this city who believe in furnishing the local paper with plenty of "puffs" in regard to various n-terpiHes n-terpiHes in uh'uh they are in-turested, in-turested, but when they have a job of printing which will require re-quire the expenditure of a little money it is taken to the job printing offices at l'rovo or elsewhere. else-where. This sort of thing falls far short of being a square deal, mid if measures of reform are not ins ituted soon, The Inde pendent will suspend the "free .putF" list and cordially invite ueh people to got their free advertising ad-vertising done in l'rovo or Salt Lake where they take their printing. It's all right to he patr. otic and boom public cuter-prises cuter-prises for the good of the town, etc., but, unfortunately, newspapermen news-papermen are under she necessity neces-sity of eating regularly, and it takes money to pay the type founder mid paper maker. See? POSTAL S AVISOS IS ASKS. A movement now receiving a great deal of attention in the East is that of the establishment of postal savings banks, to be conducted by the United .States government in connection with tb post office. Such a system would, without doubt, be especially especi-ally valuable to wirtl populations, popula-tions, remote from towns and villages which possess banking institution, and the plan is worthy of sttnly. Wilmer Atkinson, At-kinson, the editor of the Farm Journal, gives in a circular letter the following as fconie of the points in its favor: "The making of money is pait of the genius of an Ameri-c&u, Ameri-c&u, but for the saving of it he is not so conspicuous. Imprudence Impru-dence and extravagance are woefully woe-fully apparent. The inculcation of habits of saving promotes tlirift, industry and independence. independ-ence. It lessens extravagance and the cUances of want and poverty in old age and sickness. To simulate saving by offering easy opportunities and needed security to millions striving to be provident, and millions more thoughtlessly improvident, is worthy of the loftiest statesman ah i p. "The prime requisite to induce methodical saving is the convenient conven-ient opportunity of depositing small sums es they are received or are available before they burn a hole through the pocket, and are spent for something not necessary or permanently valuable. valua-ble. "No less important is a guar-anty guar-anty of undoubted security. This is lacking with individuals, or even with corporations." who often, for the sake of larger gains, resort to operations which have ended in disaster and ruin. The safety of the dollar pot way is more important than the returns it may bring in the way of interest. A place near at hand where a dollar may be . i I I Bart touch Syrup. TuiaCL Cr? V" In ttmi ' ''"""Mr". . m1 deposited,' and where il is ! aolutfrlv K'Ciire nguinst .the burglar, the thief, and the tr nip-tatii nip-tatii ns of the saloon keeper, must everywhere prove a strong inducement to saving. "The National banks do not nnd cannot fill this need. A National bank can only be started in towns of a certain size now far above the average of the country village. TIimj they will not take very small accounts, and do not allow interest in-terest o:i those which might be worthy of their taking. 'Theeslabjished saving funds and bunk are in the centers of industries, the large towns and cities. In New England the average distance from the post-oflice post-oflice to the nearest aavings Uink is ten miles; in the Middle states, twenty-five mile?; in the Southern states, thirty-three miles; in the Western stales. tventy-si. miles, und on the Pacific slope, lifty-two miles. The whole average for the United States is over twenty-nine miles ' Nini ty per cent of the depositors deposi-tors in postal savings depositories depositor-ies would be those who have no facilities for safe saving. In Canada, where postal savings banks have been in successful operation since 1NGS, over one-third one-third of th depositors are farmers. farm-ers. In tho United States the chimney corner, the trunk, the bed ticking, the old stocking, hide amounts of money which, though small individually, collectively col-lectively make a grand total now practically withdrawn from circulation cir-culation an I non-productive. Almost all of this would be turned over to the care of the Government if p istmasters were authorized to receive ir. ''l'oslal savings depositories will help make belter citizen?. The man or woman, boy or girl, who has a savings account will become at once an upholder of law and order, and take a deep and growing interest in the welfare of the State. All the enlightened countries of the world long ago (discovered this, and have postal savings bunks in successful operation. ''Great Britain established them in 1861; France, in 1SG2; Austria, 1883; Canada, 18G8; Italy, 1870; Belgium, ISO'J; Sweden, 1884; Netherlands, 1881 ; Sandwich Islands, 18SG, etc. In all these' countries the pU'n bus worked well. "In Great Britain one person in every eight is n depositor in the postal savings banks, and in a single yar as many as one million people have opened new accounts. "In this country where the post-oflice department now handles safely and economically over one hundred million dollars annually of the people's money in order transfers, its machinery is well equipped to taker'charge of small savings. "To sum up: Postal savings depositories would give the people: 1. Absolute security from loss. 2. A return in the way of Interest on their stivings. 3. Convenience in making deposits. 4. Repayment not affected by change of residence. 5. Prevention of poverty or. temporary tem-porary want by inculcating habits of thrift and savlnv. 6. Education of the children to. the knowledge - of the value and management of mone. "They would give to the country: "A contented, happy, iadus-triou, iadus-triou, independent people who would feel a direct, personal interest in-terest in the stability of government. govern-ment. "It would make available largo sums of money w hich are now hidden away, where fires often destroy and thieves break in and steal." THE ELECTIOS. The election here this year, although very quiet only about 70 per cent, of the vote being polled yet had some interesting interest-ing features. Though the contest con-test this year was supposed to be one of citizens rather than of politicians, it seemed impossible to cover up the party distinction. Democrats, whether in sympathy sym-pathy with the non partisan movement or not, seemed to to-gard to-gard the present one with suspicion sus-picion and stayed close to party lines, although some scratching resulted as a matter of course. The Republicans, seeing their Faith inHood's The CreafCitttes by Hood's Sarsa-parllla Sarsa-parllla Are Indeed Marvelous. "My husband suffer! with utomach trouble bo bad at time he could not work. He has taken Hood's Sareaparilla and it ia helping him wonderfully. He alw bad a scrofulous humor but Hood's SarsapariUa cured this and he hag had no trouble with it since. My little boy, too, has been taking Hood's tiaraparilia and it linn given him a good appetite. We have great faith in Hood's SarsapariUa." MES. J. H. Edwards, 60 Edinbur? Ht., Rochester, New York. Do sure to get Hood's because Sarsa-parilSa Sarsa-parilSa Is the best - in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Bold by all druggists, 61 ; alx for 8.1. HrtA'a Dlllc are the best after-dinner nOOU S r Ilia pais, aid digestion, vse. leaders working for non-parti-sunism and with no particular preference themselves, evidently thought the citizens' ticket good enough Republican for them, hence the general party line up on that side also. The defections defec-tions from old parly lines were of not enough consequence to ji fleet the result, though the Republicans Re-publicans seem to have suffered more than their opponents. The non-partisan movement has been faiily suceessfi throughout the State, few complete com-plete defeats being given it. Various reasons tire assigned for its failure here. the real reason be ing probahl t the accidents which attended it' during iis manipulations. manipu-lations. It was sprung rather too late, and its Democratic foes had time to line up and prepare to meet it when it did come. The clouds of suspicion which seemed to envelope il in severnl quarters of the SLite did not help it any in this city. Something to Know. t may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring restor-ing the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Hitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone in the nurvu cen tres in the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidnes, and aids these organs in lit row ingulf impjii itkSyin the blond. KIcclrTc Bitters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is" pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best, b.ond purifier and nerve tonic. Try it.. Sold for Tide or $1. per bottle at Dr. C. J. Peterson's Drug Store. tery-ljf Excursions. To till parts of the world can be arranged for any day in the vear, for one or more persons, upon application to any principal ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. rail-way. Itineraries carefully prepared for excursions to California, Florida, Mexico, China, Japan, and to any part of Europe. Estimates furnished, including all expenses. Tickets furnished for the compi le journey. It is not necessary to wait for any so-called "Personally Conducted Excursions." In the days of progressive pro-gressive enlightenment, with the English language spoken in every land under the sun. one doc need to depend upon the services of guides for sight seeing, but can go alone or In small family parties, with great comfort and security, and at one's own convenience. Write to Alex. Mitchell. Commercial Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & Si. Paul rail way. Salt Lake City, Utah, for detail if you are contemplating a trip. L You can't cure consumption but you can avoid it and cure every other form of throat or lung trouble by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. C. J. Peterson. "Facts And Fiction." Facts and Fiction, "that sprightly western monthly." is building an enviable reputation as a leading western publication. Mechanically it Is neat unto daintiness, being printed print-ed on a superior grade of paper and handsomely illustrated with copper plate engravings. In contents it is varied to afford both entertainment and instruction. A typically strong story in each number is a valuable literary feature. Leading Lead-ing articles on matters of world-wide interest appear as subject matter presents itself. Architecture, fash-Ion, fash-Ion, authors und books, fact about the press, encyclopedia of facts, fanch s, personal notes, etc., are well sustained departments, and combine to form an excellent monthly. A feature original with this publication Is Its series of frontispiece portraits and accompanying sketches of western west-ern authors. This portrait gallery In Itself is worth more than the the subscription price of the magzine. A free sample copy may be had by addressing the publisher, The Dominion Dom-inion Company, 356 Dearborn street, Chicago. Fifty cents a year, five cents a copy. The Pioneers of M7. They wt-ra driven from their saered homes, Like tho savage driven the deer, Into the lonesome desert wild Uushed the noble pioneers. Slowly they wend their way. Toward the setting sun. Then sunk to rest on nature's breat ll'.ilh the old nnd the young. And there they knelt and prayed To God who dwell on high. To shield them from all (lunger, That might he lurking nigh. When the rosy finger of dawn Had tinged the purple oast. They rose from their buiuhle coiieh. And Drep-u-ed their mornings feast. 'Hurriili!"eried the brave hunters, "There's bislon on the plains." So they leaped in'o their saddles And went dashing off again. The eionp w as all rxeit tnent As they wa'ehed the hunters lly l util they returned at night fall, With the hislon for to fry. And then they sank to rest, Beneath the starry sky; Then all nature was hushed In slumber Save wolves that were howling by. They brought forth the sturdy bullock, And hitched to a heavy load. An slowly they wound their way Along t he sandy road. And not one dear companion Was laid beneath the sod. To mark the w: y f the pioneers Where their w.ary feet have trod. Forthelr Prophet prnmls-d thU, Long e're they made the start. They should not lose a single one To grieve their throbbing h.'artK. They stemmed the raging torrent. And faced the howlin? blast. Hope burning in their breasts. That they would ri ml a home at last. Anil many a sack of buffalo chips They gathered on the plain. To prepare their morning meals. Ami on they went agalr. And many weary months of trial. O'er the burning desert sands. I'nlil they g.ized on great Salt Lake, Where now the mighty Temple stands. They filed around be Temple block. With their Prophet at their head. Where they now prepare the sacred rites Fort be living and Hie dead. Now there are towns and cities. Where the saints have made their homes. Where the coyotes used to bow l. And the painted savage roam. Ethkh K. lii.Axcii.vnr. ? he liiioii Pacific Passes through thi" best c;t:os and towns in I'tah. Wyoming ('(dorado, Kansas nnd Nebraska, and is the b-st ront.2 to Denver. Kansas C't.v, Council Hluffs. S,oux City. Si Louis. Chicago and all eastern point. The advantages gained by traveling travel-ing via the Union Pacific are QrtcK Time. U N KijU A LED EltyiCK. M AG SI KICK VT EQ t ' 1 C M K N T, DorftLK Drawing I'oom. PVLLMAX PA l, AVE SlEKI'BKS. Pullman Dising Cams, Fiikk Hkclining Chaik Cars. Pt'LLMA! Toi HIM' SLKI'KItS. For time tallies, pamphlets descriptive de-scriptive of the country traversed, rales of fare, oranv ol her informal ion, address E. L. LOM.W. (iKn'l Pass. anoTickkt Aokst, Omaha, Nek. WANTED -TlirsTWOHTHY AND ACT-jve ACT-jve gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible, established house In I'tah. Monthly fij and expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose seif-addressed stHmped envelope. The Ihnninum ('.. Dt'jt. Xt C'ifc(o Order to Show Cause. STATE of ('luh. I'tah eoun'y s.; In the lUstilet-eouvt in and for said county; In the matter of the estate of Jacob HouU, deceased; Order to show cause why order of ale of real estate should not be mado. John S. Boysr. the administrator of tho estate of Jacob Ilontz. deceased, having ttlerl his petition herein praying for an order of !.-.il of the real estate, of said decedent, for the purpose therein set forth. It Is therefore ordered, by the District Judge of aid court that all persons Interested Interest-ed in the estate of said deceased, appear before be-fore the said district rourt, on Saturday, the 30th day of October, IKlir. at 111 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at courtroom of said District court, at the courthouse, in l'rovo City, county of I'tah. to show cause why an order should not be gran'ed to the said administrator ad-ministrator to sell so much of the real estate of the said estate of the mi id Jacob Moult, deceased. a should ho necessary. Ami that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four weeks suecos. slvely In the Springville Independent, a iiewspnprr printed and published in said I'tah county, slate of Uth. Dated September 25, lM'T. WARItEN N. IH'SBKHKRIIV, Judge. State of I'tah, County of I'tah -ss. I, Oeo. Haveroaniy, county clerk, and ex-ofticioderk ex-ofticioderk of the Fourth Judicial District court, in and for the count v of I'tah. State of I'tah. do hereby certify that thp foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of the original order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should n.it be made in the matter of the estate of Jacob Ho. 117. deceased, an now appears of record In my office. In witness whereof, I have hereuntoset my hand and affixed my official sinl, this '.'."itli day of Sept, A. I). 1U". skal Oeo. Havehcamp, County clerk, and ex-oftlclo clerk of the Fourth Judicial District court. s-a0- lty A. V. Koblson. Deputy clerk. 3..VJ1 Desert Land, Final Proof Notice for Publication. 1'ulted Starea Land Oflice, 1 Salt LakeCltv, I'tah. v Sept 7, 1SUT. Notice la hereby given that John II. Davis, of Springville. I'tah. has tiled notice of Intention Inten-tion to make final proof on his desert-land eliUin Nr4tS7. for the Lot if See. 2. Township 8 South, Range!) Kast. before the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake City on eaturday, the Si-d day of Oetotier, MPT. lie mi ines the following witnesses to prove the complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land: Henry Roylance, Walter Clegg, Reuben Rlchnrdson and Mell Clark, all of Springville. Spring-ville. I'tah. IlynoN Croo. O. F. Davis, Attorney. Register. s-ttMU. Evervlxxly Say So. Cnscarets Candy I'utlmrtie. tho most won-lerful won-lerful medical dim-ox erv of tho upe. pleas-i:it, pleas-i:it, nnd reUvsliini to tho taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver nd Imtvnls, cleansing tho entire svnt.-tn. disel c ui, cum headache, fever, habitual constipation and lii'lonsness. Pleaso he? and tryn box of V. C. C -o-day ; 10, Si. Ml crnt. (Sold and guaranteed to cure by all druggist. Uuckleu'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil-blaios, chil-blaios, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or do pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. refund-ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. C. J. Peterson, (li nguist. THROUGH SERVICE. The through car service to Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis and other eastern cities, via the Union Pacific aud connections, is unexcelled un-excelled by any other line. The equipment consists of Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Chair Cars, Dining Curs, IUifTet, Library and Smoking cars. For tickets, time tables and other information call on your nearest agent or address E. L. Lomax, Gen. Pass, and TUt. Agt. Omaha, Neb. Farm For Sale. Two and two-thirds acres of land with wator right and no water tax; li miles south of Springville Rank, on County road. Citable for gardening, garden-ing, fruit or poultry raising. Enquire of James Johnson, or at this oflice. T Hotel Boyer, V. J. COVERT, Mgr. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per day. Free Hack to and from trains. Have a Sample Room and llome-'ike place for travelling men. :o: SPRINGVILLE, - - - - ITT A II. Call on MRS. L. M. MU1VPHEY, fob MFALL AND WINTER HAT$5-: TAM O'SHANTERS, Y.LVETS AND RIBBONS OK AI,L KINDS We carry a Full Line of Millinery Goods ut the How to Iflvesu SAVINGS SECURELY and Profitably : o Place them in the Midland Loan & Savings Company. W&at M following Amaunts wilJ Prota-: I ! ' ' Com- 8'.i,-es Monthly; Vrarly'ToUl pound i l'ar 1 (U'lMisitb dep'tsjdep'ts profits ; Value iiT-r- tT T"sm7so r?ii7.'iK rue-to ttm) 10 I 5.5U I Bfi.no 5l'.s (Mi; 472.00 i 1000 OnrHpeolcil l" iitiircm No im'inlicrslilp fi-e; No withdrawal fuu; No tint's on investment stock: A definite contract no uncertainty: A pin ran tee that In case of death of member mem-ber nil money paid will be returned lo ht.s helm. For furli.tr p irtimlar aiMily Ui J. M. WESTWOQD - Local Treasurer. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. TIME TABLE l ou si'kingvii.m:. i:taii. GUI NO WEST No 1. l'acldc mall I, v. lt:(Vt u, m. To Salt Lake, Ugden and the t 'oast. No. !i. PHHsowrtT to Salt Lake . . I.v. p. in. No. S. Passenger I.v. :.i;t p. in. No. 3, Leave 5:.V a. m. OnliflMldaliy except Sunday. Kureka and all Tlutli: polutrf. No. a. 1'aelflc. limited Lv. 7:44 p.m. to Salt Lake, Ogden and the I'oast, No. T, Leave 8;16 a. m.. Salt Luke City. GOING EAST, No.2. Atlantic Express.. ..' Lv. 10:05.1, in. to P. V. Junction und Colorado points, No fl. Pass, and mall L . ::U a. in t'rom Salt Lake, to all San let points. No. 4, Chicago limited. . . Lv. :00 p. m. 8. H. HAUCOCK. Traffic: MamiKor. D. C. DODGE. 1'. A, WAOLEIGII, General Manager. Gen' Passenger Agt (HOT YOl It MOKUV WOKTII! V SALT LAKH HERALD BUjcat, Brittlst and Baal. DAILY-J1000 per annum, or 85c. per month. RF.M WKCK'I.V - Only 11.26 pr year, or T5c. for 6 montha. Subscribe through local agent or and direct lo TUB HUR.UJ CO., Suit Lak City, Utah. X 0 GO TO . Star Bakery . Best.place ip town for Cakes Home Made Bread and Candies. DEALERS IN J FRUITS, VEGETABLES nnd CANNED GOODS.' Whitehead & Tucket. Thos. E. Child, Contractor and Builder. Building work done promptly. Estimator furnished on short notice. If you want a GOOD JOB DONE AND NO AFTER TROUBLE give us a trial Thos. E. Child, SPRINGVILLE UTAH. JOHN W. HOOVER, J., mAkagee Springville Roller Mills--r Manufacturer of and Dealer la Flour and Feed. Custom Grinding a Specialty. Cash Paid hv Wheat. Mill North of Spkimgvilijl It is worth 15 cents to look nice, Ii it not? An easy. cUaa shave will make you look nice, and yon can gel It at th:j I'.arlter Shop of Manwarino & Bboww, Next D ior to P; (). Stylisli Hair Outo Always in Stook. ' - - I II I IJ ! I Ttn Private DiniHg Rooms Open Day an Kijht EUROPEAN RESTAURANT No. 32, East Second Sol-tii St b kit, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The Only First-CUis Restnuranl in the City, Private Entrance to Ladies' DiDintf Uootn - - Louis Berets, Mgr. HUMPHREYS' CURES No. 1 Fever, Congestion. No. 2 Worms. '' NO. 8 Infants Diseases. No. 4 Diarrhea. No. 7 Cough9 fc Colda. No. O Headache. No. 10 Dyspepsia, Indigestion. No. 1 1 Delayed Periods. No. 12 Leuchorrea. j No. 13 Croup. No. 14 Skin Diseases. No. IB Rheumatism. No. 19 Catarrh. No. 27 Kidney Diseases, No. 34 Sore Throat. No. 77 Grip & Hay Fever. Dr. numcbrarV Iloiiieorathlo Mamal of I i t I Solit by droffhtj. c fcVt or $1. Humph! Jobasu . Hw 1 OlMtw at your DrayKlt or Mallad Fna. . or sent rn tweiK m mh., hrevi Mi. Co.. OV WttlOaa York.