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Cliurcfi Directory PKKSIlYrFRlAN CHAPEL, i Regular services II u. in. ami 7:20 p in. Sundays, Sunday School at 10 u. in. Chiistian Kmleavnr meeting Wed-.nesday Wed-.nesday evening at 7 ..'Jo. Strangers always welcome. It--v. A. C. Toii. Pastor. M. A. Miner, Proprietor- I Standard K meat j fflarket. Wholesale mid Itctall Dealers In MEATS. Fresh and Smoked Meats of all Kinds Cash paid for fat calves. Free delivery I pay cash Full FAT CALVES. NKAT C.VTTLK, FAT HOGS, CHICKEN'S, TCRKEYS, Etc , Ere. o : Call at inj place : o HARRY WEB3, SPRINGVILLE .... UTAH ZION'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, DR. G. W. SHORES, CMsaltlef Paytlilan. TIim Institution V duiy lnor prtd udr th laws of VUh, irtta a oaaital tk of 950,000.00, &d to pMially devoted t tk treatment ead omt of ftll ohroalo, d!?-Bte4 and wajtfiite; dioe which hv 19 lof bavfilwl th fnrl practitioner. Alisolutly the tnwt "quipped In-ftittlya In-ftittlya west of Caioajo, adopted 1W Hhr raK.il or oflo treatment. TJader praoaJ uperrtaloD of Dr. O. W. Shocea, (originator of th $0.00 moath. feo for Chronic dl-mo) dl-mo) whose eklll Mid exporiouco jkra Maul thla institution famoua la. tho tro.txnent and euro of; CATAHSU1, KIDNEY AND ASTHMA, LIVER ILLS. D3AFNTI5S, PILE, MCNCtllTIS, CONSTIPATION . i- &PEPM BLOOD AND WEAK SKIN STOMACH, DISEASES, RKEUMATISn, NERVOUS PiHALB DMBILITV, RiiftTiasr cuhsd ii vr I Walt PERMANENTLY. A HOVTX TOR AUj thi abovb DLMUSXS. A 9fclal iVprtmetit for treating 4m ruts of Moa. Cures guartntMd. Offices U Eatt Second South Street, ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. U LIVH OUf Al 10WN VfiilTE Ltk, l8. " - - Mont ifat Dress Making Mrs. Yates has opened parlors in the Bank Building, upstairs, where she will be pleased to meet her friends and patrons who desire work done in THE LATEST FASHIONS AD BEST WORKMANSHIP, SPRING VI LLE, UTAH. wAtson HOUTZ'S I the Place to go for your SOAPS, CA.NT3IE33 AMD CONFECTIONERY. Candies from 15c to 40c per Pound. Toilet Soap 3 bars for fie. Carbolic Sonp 2oc per bar 2 for 43c. A full line of Crofts Reed's Medicated Soaps always ou hand. $5? CALL And Se Us at 1st door South of Harrinn Hotel, i syr ss of the vaia. lnliU ulsters (l! Stallion's. Will Starr, of Starr, Juab C-i was in town Friday. Nat Crandall is suffering with a felon on his hand. A tier lltiv-phrey is now so far recovered re-covered from his altaek of fever as t he ahle to sit up. Jnhti S. Hover has Loon appointed adininistratoi of the estate of Mary An Wilson, deceased. FokSalk 40 acre farm in Hobble Creek canyon. For pas 1 icuiars apply to C. O. Law, of Springville. I'ou Sai.i:-A fliit-ciassvcond hand piano cheap. For pari icuiars apply to Mrs. E I. Lund, of S; h gvilk-. Men and teams are now engaged in building a new depot for the Rio Grande al.Spanish Fork -Rural Press. MlssMay Pratt and Win. P. Silver, of Provo, were visiting friends in town Sunday afternoon and evening. Miss Miriam Norri came down from Salt Lake, Sunday, for an extended ex-tended visit to her brother, Samuel. Gospel meeting in I h . liaptist Hall next Sunday eve. at 7:30 p. in. Subject. Sub-ject. What a (,'hrisi.iau sh-njld be! All invited. Win. Uo lance shipped loads of produco. mostly Weil nesday. lit; shipped of produce today. seven car hiI attics, the ears Myron Goodnianson was in town this week visiting his parents and renewing aeiiuaiutances after an ab-seut ab-seut e of t wo years. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. De-Witt's De-Witt's Little Early Uisers cure biliousness, constipation, sick headache. head-ache. C. J. Peterson. J. It. Dowdall and J. II. Kindred have leaded Nephi Kindred's blacksmith and wheelright business of the Mis. Kindred and will carry on the same old stand. Dislltfurement for life by burns or scalds may be avoidel by Using D Witt's Witch H iz.-l Salve, the great remedy for pills and for all kinds of so:es and skiu troubles. C. J, Peter-sou. Peter-sou. G. E. Anderson has received another lot of enlarged pictures among which was noticed the likeness of James E. Hall. Mayor elect of Seringvillc, and Mrs. Martha Curtis. They were both elegant likenesses. Frank Smith, who pleaded guilty to charge of coiumiling a crime against nature in the 41 h district court, was sentenced Wednesday to be s.'nt to the Reform School at Ogden until he is 21 years old. .He is now Id years old. J.W.Clark of Washington, I). C , Indian claim agent for the govern-inent, govern-inent, has been in town the past week looking up and Investigating the claims of the old settlers who lost property by Indian raids during the eai ly settlement of the State. Joe Stevenson csniashed one of his lingers very severely last week while coaling up an engine. He caught his finger between a lump of coal and the top of the fire box. lie is forced to take a lay-off while Dr. Dunn uses his best endeavors to save his fingers The Christian Endeavor society of Springville gave, an Autumn Leap Social at the Hungerford Academy Home last Friday evening. A large number of the members of the society and their guests were present. The evening was pleaser.tly spent. Loren E. Harmcr and JIls Sylvia Iloutz weie married last Tuesday evening at the residence of the groom's father in the Second ward. Hishop Harmcr, the father of the groom, pronounced the words which made the happy young couple man and wife. The ceremony was performed per-formed in the presence of a number of relatives and frietits. The guests present were regaled with a sumptuous sumptu-ous repast. Charles Allen of Maplcton was in town Monday exhibiting two mountain moun-tain lions which his sous, Charles and William had killed Sunday morning near Sterling's ranch in Spanish Ferk canyou. They were mates and were tine specimens of their race. The male measured s feet from tip of nose to tip of tail, and the female measured 7 feCt. They are suppised to bathe pair of lions which have been in that vicinity for two years or more, and to have killed, so it is said, over thirty head of colts during that time. Statu or Ohio, city or Toi.kuo. i Lccas I'orsrv i I'hank .1. Chknkv iiiiikes cmllilliHt lie i.s the .senior (iiirlner of thtt Ann of J. I'iiksev A Co., (lolnsr ImsliH-ss In I In- City ot Toledo. Con nly nml Slute uforenutcl. and thai siilil II rm will pay the sum of ONK ltt'N-rKKI ltt'N-rKKI KOLI.AUS forem h Hint tnery ruse of Catarrh t hut cumiot lw eureri hy tho use of Hau.'h Catankh K'vn. KliANK J. ( 1IKNEV. Sworn to br(or' rnp ami mitiserlliod In my prespni'o, thU 6tli tiy of lifci'inlwr, A. I. istw. A. W. I.1.F.ASON. .tltiru I'uMlp Hall's Caturrh Cum I tiiken- lui'i nully and net dlrri'tly on tho lK)it nml mitoms iiv-fuot'sof iiv-fuot'sof the xystctu, Semi fur tcsllitioiilals. friT. V. .!. CI1KN KV .V CO.. Tnlndn. O Ir'.-ioil iiy Pnijglsts, ,:c- I .1. W. F,i. -I is IV. W ill ' I '.-;. i - -1 -. I p'oi'.i !o, n,oed I 1 1- 'in ( '.i 'i mi ( 'i I v. Miss Kiltie Dnigal.1 lias been appointed ap-pointed postmistress for Springville. by the powers who are at Washington. Mr. George Ii. Cloud, attorney, changed his mind and went to KiniMiian, Arizona St. George Union. A large number of relatives from Ciah county attended the funeral of Mis. Stafford, and left for home on yecrday's train. Iliehlleld Censor. Jos. D. Reynolds and Sarah A. Reynolds Rey-nolds ask for the adoption of Ilulah Cooper P.anncr a minor. 10 months old wlnse mother is dead. Utouian. Sammy Norris. Assistant Engineer for the U (i. W , with bis corps of survey or. has been making a survey of the line on State street so that it can be g rat led up. There is no need of little -children being tortured by scald head, eczema and skin eruptions. DeWitt's Witch lla.el Sal e gives instant relief anil cures permanently. --C. J. Peterson. Vou can't afford to risk your life by allowing a cold to develop into pneumonia pneu-monia or consumption. Instant relief re-lief and a certain cure are a Horded by One Minute Co ugh. Cure. C. J. Peter-sou. Peter-sou. The Springville Tent No. 1) of the Maccabees are arranging to give a grand ball at the Reynolds Hall Thanksgiving eve. They will spare nop tins to mike it thj event of the season. C. E. Allen of Maplcton, was today exhibiting on the streets, two mountain moun-tain lions, which he killed at the in )Ulh of Spanish Fork canyon. They were a little more than half grown. - Enquirer. We wish to announce to the public. that we have made arrangements to carry on the blacksmithing business Nophi Kindred deceased at the same old stand where we will be pleased to serve all the old patrons of the establishment J. 11. Kindred & J. R. Dowdel. il. Li. Matson of Springville was in Provo Monday st ill smiling over the party his children gave him on his 7oi h anniversary on the -Till inst, They all met at his son Wesley's place at Mapleton 10 children and 'il grand, children where he and his wife were right royally entertained. Enquirer. Win. Gundry went in to Silt Lake last Sunday and on Monday left for Duck Creek, New in company with W. J. Lr.vrence where he will make an expert examination of sonic mining propei ty for Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Gundry is a well known mining mail and his opinion Js much sought after by men in mining busints.s. -Silver City Star. Merit, purity and high grade goods will tell. Our trade on Three Crown llakiug Powder. Triple extracts and pure spices have increased to such an extent that we have ' been forced to add another addition ti our large factory, and we hope to still keep building additions for it gives work to those who need it, an 1 keeps money at home. Hewlett Pros. Charley Groesbeck is in from Ring-ham Ring-ham this week, where he has been doing devtlopment work on the prospect pros-pect located by him and some other Springville parties a few weeks ago, Charley is jubilant, over the outlook of the mine and says he believes it will prove to be one of t he best mines in the State. They have a four-foot vein of ore, the lowest assay from which shows Hti oz. silver. J. C. Perry, one of the best known citizens of Spencer, Mo., test! ties that he cured himself of the worst kind of idles by using a few boxes of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. He had been troubled with piles for over thirlhy years and hail used many different kinds of so-called cures; but DeWitt's was tho one that did the work and he will verify this statement if anyone wishes to write him. Tuesday afternoon the little three year old sou of Nephi Packard of the 2nd ward met with a very painful and serious accident. His older brother laid down a pocket knife with which he had been whittling and the little (ellow picked it up and commenced com-menced to whittle when the knife slipped, the blade entering his right eye. Dr. Dunn was at once called in and is now attending the boy. Whether the sight of the eye will be destroyed can not be determined . as yet, hut the chance of saving it is very slight- The Johnson & HouU company take the road Friday for their annual tour of the State. They give their first performance per-formance at Spanish Fork on the oth and tilli with Lynwood and Jack O' Diamonds; from there they will play the towns on the Tintlc branch. The company is composed of the following follow-ing persons: Aaron Johnson, Will Houtz, Mrs. Edna Hotitz, Miss Pearl Ethler, Hay Westwood. N.T. Matson, Frank Parry, and Will March who goes as advance agent. The company Is a good one and carry an excellent repertoire. They will no doubt receive the patronage and give the satisfaction satisfac-tion they usually do. boli; ;i SiaiiS'ii'' Rev. Martin of Salt Lake r ach il in the II, iptist Hall Sunday evening. Milan Packard wisup from Springville Spring-ville Thursday looking over the Nortt Star Silver City Star. James Whitemore has quit the butcher business at Scotleld and has moved back to Springville, Miss Cassie Johnson was the loader of the Christian Endeavor meeting at the Presbyterian Chapel Wednesday evening. It is rumored that the R. G. W. are going to grade up their track along Main street out by the creamery. Tin; Womans Relief Corps of Proyo arc going to give a Puritan banquet at the City Hall in . this city on Thauksgiving night. S. Richards of Provo has been in town several days ibis week putting in the plumbing work for Wood & Clark's bath room. Miss Josic Liddle of Pay son who has been attending school at the Hungerford Academy, went home Monday on account of ill health. Subscriptions taken for any magazine, maga-zine, paper or book, at publisher's prices, by E. N. Jordan, local agent for the Subscription News Co., of Chicago. George Groesbeck returned Wednesday Wednes-day from a business trip in the interest inter-est of tlie Chicago Potrait Co. He look in Payson, Eureka and Main-moth Main-moth on his trie.. jr.0 reports a fur business. Wood & Clark have partitioned off a room in one corner of their tonsorial parlor and have put in a bath tub, their patrons can now take their usual Saturday night bath while waiting for their turn to get shaved. Waknino: Persons who suffer from coughs anil colds should heed the warnings of danger and save themselves suffering anil fatal results re-sults by using One Minute Cough Cure. It is an infallible remedy for Coughs, colds, croup anil all throat and lung trouble. C. J. Peterson. Mr. J. W. Iirown. Editor of the "Mineral Age," Warrior, Ala., says: 'After a trial of Simmons Liver Regulator Reg-ulator 1 rind it an excellent remedy for expelling Malaria from the system: and, as a remedy for disease in incipient incip-ient states it cannot be excelled, and no family should be without it." This is a strong endorsement for Simmons Liver Regulator, but none too much s I. The Sugar beet crop of Springville is harvested. The lust shipment was made last Sat unlay. The crop this year is very light, the tonnage is aot over half what it was last year. The farmers here are somewhat discouraged dis-couraged by this years beet crop, but the increase of " cents per ton for beets to be grown, will probably instill in-still new energy in to the industry next spring. Deal Pros. & Mendenhall have secured a contract from the R. G. W. to build seven miles of grading at Soldier Summit wnere that company isgbing to put in a double track to facilitate the handling of the heavy traffic, the road is now having. The work will last six weeks or two months. One hundred teams and loO men will go from Springville to work on the road. Samuel Norris and Miss Dela Clark, two well known young people of this city, were married at the Grand hotel in Salt Lake City last Thursday. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles Shepherd of Evanston, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Norris have taken up their residence in William Carter's cottage on Main street. The Independent joins their many friends In wishing them a happy voyage on the sea of mat rimony. The following guests partook of the hospitalities of Mine Host Covert of the Hover House this week: T. M. Herbert, Mrs. S. A. and Miss Nellie and 11. G. Poyer, IL G. Risen, C. A. Pdake, M. L. Thompson, E. R. Poesier. C. L. Joy, J. Win Miller, S. Crockett, J. M. Easton, E. A. Gregory and wife of Salt Lake, Mrs. Ege and son Arthur, Topeka; Orson Rogers, Kansas City, Joe Martin, Leadville; A. L. Simons, Pa.vson; Win. Daily, Provo; Stephen Escher, Denver, and S. Richards, Provo. The three-year-old boy of J. A. Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111., Is suli-ject suli-ject to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson John-son says he is satisfied the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is in the drug business, u member of the firm oT Johnson Pros, of that place and they handle a great many patent medicines medi-cines for throat ttnd lung diseases. He had all these to choose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use ii his own family at a time when his child's life was In danger, because he knew it to be superior to tny other, and famous the country over for its cures of croup. Mr. Johnson says this Is the best selling cough medicine they handle, anil that it gives splendid satisfaction in all cases. Sold bv l', J. Petcron. a! ail served Bars immwwwmmn SO Per Gent off on nil kin h of LADIES' WAISTS r TAT SHOE 1 at . T. Reynold's ONE GIVES RELIEF. Don't Spend a Dollar Medicine until you have tried You can buy them in the paper 5-cent cartons Ten Tabules for Five Cents. Ifete tori Is put up cheaply to c14- the universal present dmaUM for tew prtod If you don't find this sort of Ripans Tabules At the Druggist's Send Five Cents to The Ripans CueMJcal Company, No. io Spruce St., New York, and they v. ill be s:nt to you by mail; or 12 caj-lons will lie mailed for )3 cents. The c'.iances are ten to one that Ripans Tabules are t'.ie very medick-.e you need. 6$3r To heal the broken and diseased tissues, to soothe the irritated surfaces, sur-faces, to instantly relieve and to permanently per-manently cure is the mission of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Peterson's Drug Store. Etlucnte Your trowels Willi Cusearetd. Canity t 'iithartic cure const ipnlion forever 10. 'Ji?. II C. C 0. fail, drujreists n fund money I!. V. A. vs Y. M. C. A. to be played in Salt Lake Nov. tith and for which occasion I he Oregon Short Line will make the following very low rales. From Payson jd.iti. Spanish Fork 1.4."i Springville and Provo $1.2'). Pleasant Grove, American Fork and Lehi 1.00. Take regular morning train going. ! Train returning will leave Salt Lake i at 7 p. m. G. W Craig Ticket Agt. Provo To Curi. CoiKtlpation Forever. TiUte (' isrtuels C'umlv fatliartic. lOcorSSc, If C C C. full lo cure, ilrucK'sts return) iniinev. WANTED-TKITSTWORTII V AM) AC"-lve AC"-lve irentleintni and Indies to travel for rpspiiiisilile. estl!iliiit house In t'luh. Monthly fC nnrl expensnu. Position stonily, ltofprnnco. KnelotM self-atldressml stumped envelops Tht I7iimivm Co., J'rpf. V,Cliirayo Harness and Saddle' Repaying done on short notice. Saddles, Pack Saddles. Pits, j Rings and Harness Fixtures. All work Guaranteed : : : : HARNESS SHOP, WOOD & CLARK Tonsorial Artists. All Work Done in the Highest Style of the Art. Comfortable Path-room Path-room Attached. Fee 25 cents. .Shop. Onion Bank Building, . Surini J. P. Kindred J. R. Dowdel 1 71 Blacks m itlis and Wlieelrights. Carriages and Wagons Repaired. Horse Shoeing a Specialty Work dune with neatness and dispatch. : : : : DEPJOT STREET NEAR MAIN. Kindred & DowoBli mm for Webster's 'International: Dictionary Successor of the "Unabridged" Tho Ono Grpmt Standard Authority, So vrrlte 1 1 on. Il .1. lirmrf?, Juelko l;. 8. 'Supreme Court. Standard cf Use r. S. Con Prhitfru O.ftca, th3 U. ( Hnpram C-HH't, Sit tl)6 KUttt Hit- fii-smo ( 'utirtH, and of nenr-y nenr-y all thebjaoolbooks. Warmly Commended y Hfnte Suprintn!fl is ( r Nt'lmoln, i lolIw l'rttl- (ienU,juiilot'xKnii(?Rtoi ill must vllmmt number. Invaluable Ui the l)uaelKlil. nml tr t i ne h'lM-iicf, sxMinmr, pro ft'9sin:il man, ftiid self (ttii it tor. THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. It U easy to find the word wanted. It Is easy to ascertain the pronunciation. It Is easy to trace the growth oi a ward, it is easy to learn what a word means. Tho Detroit Free Press sayst The t :nabrlilK1 lias lone Iwiph Ihe stnm Inrrf Atnlio those making constant uu cf a ti :ionry. The ' Intrrnntlonal is our old frtaiiri find hihimI.Lt Mvk. , j Rnd expanded to meet the dfinauilt of our irrowtiig l language and advancing civilization. 't he whole has been mad to reflect tlie erientiflcthotight of the day, and Die l:ittftnd lirtt usages ol the lain 1 t 8 in go ujm uvn niuii vca mc giuur. uv, XI, I0W9, ' The Chicago Times-Herald sons'.- WelMter'l Intprnnllnn.l TlWtnnnrv In if. 1 J form lal)luie uuihoiity on vfrvtlilna rrUUnhi 1 to our laniiuiite In the way of orthoKrapliy, ortho- I ) iT,etyin.flosy, ami rtoflnltlon. Kmni It lliw la no . sppeni. ltl.MperfwtanliHmaneflortandscliolar. . . wihii uikkc II.-IHC. M, 1886. GET THE BEST. ' WySpecimen pasres eent on application to G. & C. MERRIAM CO., Fnblinberi, ,sinogne)ii, mass., v.a.JL. DonotbuycheapreprinUof InrlentedlUOM. ( NOW OPEN A Notion Store AVlieit you i-iin buy almost ANYTHING For alumni NOTHING. COME AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. : : A few l'KtCES : : I-eud IVnclls - From So (tor to ie each I'fiilmlriers - From 10c do, lo & earh Slate IVnclU - - So dor. Ttililets - - From 2't to l.V earli Stn.1 lontry - From 10i- to 2Sc por box F.nvWopfs - - 2 bundle for io .Miiiuloliiie. Guitar. Violin and Huujo Sti iiiKK - - - fa each Safety Pins - - 2'ito.Vdoi llalil'lns - - - Icrtonun Common 1'lil.s .- I1 ic paper tnl( - - 3 bottles for Ilk; Shoe Ulnclilni; - - 2 box oh for V. ( lollies pins - - . !.",( dor. Fine line of tallies' Hose From He to Fine line of t iiderwinr from 4Uc to II 25 suit suspender - From ."e to 0e pair M ! r ONLY GET Ot'K MICKS Miner Building SPRINGVILLE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In tlie Matlerof the Kstateof John Hatflelil, IH-eeased.) NOTICE I hereby (riven hy the undrr-siioied. undrr-siioied. administrator of tlie etate of John lliittleld. deceused, to the creditor of and all persons havliix eiaiuis against the said deceased to exhibit them, with th necessary ynuclient. within four monl lis after the Hist political Ion of this notice to the said iidiulnlsli ator at his ivMilence In Springville, Ftali county. Stale of t'tuli. tt'M. IUtkiklo, Aduilnlstrator of tlie estate of Jul n. Hat-Held, Hat-Held, deceased. I'atrd at Sprlnisi UK Oct. !. A D. Gash. Any.