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" " r"""''r (I is f v f f" V-i JL j, VOL. 7. NO '2. sriiiNfi villi:, v iwii, tiu'iday, novbmijei; .11. i; 1'IilCE- $2.00 I'EK YEAH. INDIANS HOT AHMED. How Some of Them Were Cruelly Murdered. INDIAN STORY OF THE AFFAIiJ. The Wardens Niiinbcrel Tv.e:ity-five. The Iledmen's finiis Yer? i:i Their Tepees During The Shooting. White Rucks, Utah, Nov. i).-Lictit. Cuvanaugh and a detachment of cavalry cav-alry are stationed here for the purpose pur-pose of suppressing anv cxcilcment which miht result from the iec"ut affair af-fair of game wardens and I'les and torepoit promptly any small parti's attempting to leave the te.-erv at ieu. Todav at 2 o'clock-, says a Salt Lake Tribune special, Chief Stnw.r.vick. Uncle Sam, a brother of one of! the murdered Indians. 1 i.e-relchen 1 Starr, one of those who escaped from Fie.li.ra I.i:e:!. the ill-fated camp, and over forty i The City 'Council nu t last 'Monday other White Kivers came and divided and canvas--' d the v-.tes r. in hi talk with Lieut. Caw. nau;,'li. The Spi injjviile, Nov 2 I. After th-lieutenant th-lieutenant has no authority to hi- were canvassed he council nr. len d vestigatc the affair of the waid; us, eerl illeati s of election to he issued to but no government ollieial having ap- the i'nilevviiig named candidates: peared on the seen1; thus fir, the Indians decided to tell their story to him. Starr, it will he remembered, was the man who told your correspondent the story of the killing when his party was met by F troop, shortly after that. event. Today he spoke lirst and i vended his previous statement by telling somewhat more fully the same 1 story. i Yumbotz. the other Indian vvhoj escaped from the scene of Hie dit!1-, eulty, told his story also, and fnun the point where he met Starratcamp, 1 their stories tallied exactly. They i 'were not together until that time, having hunted separately th.it (lay. They were both emphatically certain cer-tain that tliere were at least weut-11 weut-11 ve wardens. Thompson was the only man they identified by name, cut they were certain that they can ; identify at least live others by sight. I iney again insisted that none rd the Indians engaged in the affair tvere armed, all of the guus being in their tepees. At the conclusion of the story of; the two Indians, Lieut. Cavanaugh expressed regret that- the affair had i occurred, and stated that doubtless ' the investigation would adjust the. matter, no toM lac Indians tnai ; their course of returning tjuieliy' l: the reservation had been admirabiei and that they would surely get justice. Uncle Sam thanked- Lhut.Cavau- augh for his remarks and said that ait . of his people, the White Uiveis, would 1 wait patiently for the investigation. but he expressed a desire to in: present ! at the execution of the white men ! who had killed his brother. A nephew of SkimarilT, Hie old Indian who was killed, told of his own and his people's peaceful intentions and wanted an investigation. in-vestigation. The meeting ended with a decidedly unique address by Bu1.! woods, a 1'in-tau 1'in-tau agency policeman. lie thought the best way of settling th? affair would be to deliver a warden into the hands of Starr, another to Cncle Sam, and yet another toShisiarilf's nephew, to he dealt with as those Indians desired. He was informed that, while this would doubtless satisfy the Indian's In-dian's idea of justice, it did nut exactly ex-actly coincide with the white man's way. The meeting then adjourned, with expressions of good will on both sides. If Yon Keep. If you keep a horse, cow or a dog. send for Dr. Humphreys' Veterinary Manual and learn about t heir treat- j nient and care. Mailed free, address ' Humphreys' Medicine Company, Cor-1 William & John Sis., New York. MAPLETON MUTTEKIXGS. Will Lynch has sold his farm. irs. Aome a. i.irn is very in trom the effects of typhoid fever. Mr. Ilinkley enme over from Provo Sunday and aided in reorg.ini7.iog the Y. M. M. I. A. Last Friday evening Prof. Rydalch gave a very interesting lecture nn "Government." After the meeting a number of young folks met at the home of Mrs. L. M. Johnson where a social chat was enjoyed. After lunch Mr. llydalch told several amusing stories of his travels down south among the Negroes. The lecture was given under the direction of the Mapleton literary society. Educate Your linwela With Cmcnretii. Candy (Ytharttc, tnrn consiipntion forever. Wc.Kle. IfC. C. C fo.l.dnictfiBtsrpfundmonoy. Royal mal.es the !isJ pare, v hc!fsome anil delicious. am Absolutely yare w i I ' j i CANVASS M' RVi'i i'K'S. -- City Council Orders Ccrll el' Mavor, .lames ' Uecoi.:.';', 1'. !.: Trea-!irer, V. : s . Hall Hon", ,i Havm anil Mar-hal. S. E. Clark. City Jiisiice, Ii. 11. Toomo. Couie iiiuen. (). Ii. limit in Loien II. Maimer, ii. T. Key 11. Stor rs. .), S. liovnd. ,1 ! rtf:i opnnsiti isai s ni is the chaff oaf of us. I not slight the ni lias done wneig. I).. feat in the right victory in the wrong, Th:.- (Jreat Mastvr i little chiidien in down' ever roc ci ad h s. his ; An empty purse and a miser's lieart are two if t he hardest tilings in the world to till. Cover an ass witl he will soon maiiag ;i Iron's skin to poke h;.- and ears h out somehow Many a sore-eyed man sels up for ! nr. eve doeti r. anJ does a thriving j business at it. , If someone would ilml a reined for! fllio bad nicnmi-ics of debtors, he : could make a fort line, is hard to be!n-ve that with gold is tli ' sam" hid that it, is in common clay, The man who blames I sin g oils i ;:ng for i i m . oor. I USel the worst thin wiil put the !! The best wa jn!r f (ij,. e , to mike the w that i" at. to W tl Wii nppeii In the ri.;!it t IO 1 iig 1 in. ike il he jt when he eoie.es. i1;tt ;;te ( i),. W(), , cannot deuce that man i world in which he lias Jon nigs which sat.m:y, i i greater lives. i one evi-thaa evi-thaa the 'To Care CaUrrk ! ! not depend upon snuffs, inhalants or other local applications. Cut. in h is a constitutional disease, and can be successfully treated holy by means of a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapariil i,w liieh I horoughly piiriees t he blood and removes the scrofulous taints which cause c.ilanh. The great number of testimonials from those who have been cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla prove th '-un-eoualed power of this medicine to conquer Ibis dieease. If troubled . Sarsaparilla with Catarrh give Hood' a fair trial at once. Pea Points. Unless a man is open to conviction you can't shut him up with your arguments. argu-ments. The man who fools with cravats or matrimonial ties is bound to get it, in the neck. The foucl lover presses the buttons 0,1 his l)ost irl''s waist-and her papal i noes tne rest,. More things will come to the man j who labors than to the one ho sits ! down and waits. j Some men are like phonographs: ! they i;d!; a great, deal, but never say anything original. - Hope rings eternal in the human I breast. That's why the pool of disap- poiut'!U"nf is always slopping over. ! Don't expect your ulster to look- j cl(,lltl a.j fnsi, t his f.,11, just, because you have had it in soak ul! summer. An optimist, is a man who is happy when lie is miserable; a pessimist is a man who is miserable when he Is happy. Glory seldom troubles a man while helive.s, but after the funeral iteomes around and keeps the flies off his memory. It is said that half the people born die before reaching the age of 10. Some others we know wouldn't be missed very much. he cause he. :tl i ! i.ini' .'u:y ,i-it!':;! Sya is What Jh'V.es So 11 i! y I'uriii Holies Seem llreary. Vi'llV p i! t; ia many homes of y villages there I? i !.-, : 1 1 1 1 1 ill her i.adimr mallei';1 it ii it more imp.u lain in .small i):-. and especially in tin-cm! i : try. '!i' people cannot have tin; benefit to when ! of lie. : i.i -ii' . To' ' i.imd i Wild'' I ela and elu and entertain- Di' ) 'd piihlie libiai'ii'sy - S.lWj i 1 ! .ikim; el was iirnugar 10 my i: cit iy a sii,,rt ! inn: ago a most, eiii iva !)!. dri ing j t riii I iiri.m ! .Uue i i li. woods. home when; we stopped I'litr books visible, the religions work, a police- dot es and the hingr aphies 1 then V el . 3, .m lieu I 'I a oe of auied an u and mm oiher which h:us .-,! i jipi'd from my memo! y. 1 did not wmder thai the wife am! mother who is a most excellent cooiv and aecom dishes a va .t amoun t o'J work. 1'ioked worn and worked out. i ( )h: but if a farmer's life is hanj. thai of a farmer's wife is still hard'-f Wliiie be v"i'!:.s from sun to sun'heV v. oi k is never tUine." llaoshea small lilii'iry ofchoi-je books and one or two magazines liajv mu'eli t'niiifort she might Uikc anil what a change and rest it, might Ik' for le. r. Ibev (,ri''.'i are we asked the oti"-( ic oe 'How can we keep or en i :.! r : i on i u books and maga zines suitable tor tlieir read ng Have you interest lug games? I 'o mi t ry to make it, h.apiiy, or is il i:..-: i l an.'itiiding idace where vii sleep ami eat? If the latter lean i-nly womb-i- that your children did not leave oil long ao. "lint we farm-rs are poor and catt-iitit catt-iitit al'ford mauv luxuries,'' 1 hear seV- eral say. 1 don't doubt that in thjf ist , bii' we all I ave to choose ou ! pleasures an'd luxurie. "What, toon might lie a luxury might be a nece.-i- sity to another, slioul 1 be lookei and vice versa. UooIa I upon as an absolute necessity in every home. In fhisdaV and a;;; him v there "are ' mam' cheap edT- J W' lieh nr; surprisingly good, a.idard works can be had for I I M liir s 2', 2") and e.-n(s A number of ex-; ex-; t .lis He lit th- e.ms in arli-tie landing vil for X cetits or three fnra dollar. Never was there such a variety of histories, biographies, travels, sto: ier; a li I o! lo r go i I read i :ig m li ter 1 s!!..-:i low prices, as at tbeintse.it time, and as ;o maga.; ue.s and papers t b is no eo i io I hem. L. ciy woman needs a Ib'st class periodical per-iodical of her own. The up-to-date household magazine is full of helpful ideas and suggestions and worth uoe-'i m o:e than the price of itsi sub- j sei ijd ii n. Tlie farm paper of today, like cc:y thing ti.se has made many stiidi s. There is one or more pages of bright helpful suggestions for the feminine readers and usually a children's chil-dren's page. The religious paper has made much progress during th'1 past decade. Why is it not a good plan to have a circulating library in country places? Lei each member subscribe to some first-class magazine. After he or she reads it, let il, be passed bu in alphabet alpha-bet ical order to the ot her members of the club and when it has gone the rounds it is returned to the subscriber who Hies it awiiy with the other numbers. num-bers. In this way one may have the benefit of a dozen magazimii and yet only be a subscriber of one. Free of Charge to Sufferers. Cut this out and lake it to your druggist, and get a sample bottle free of Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption, con-sumption, Coughs tr ml Colds. They do not ask you to buy before trying. This wiil show you Hie great merits of this truly wond'aful iciuedy, and show y.e,i what can be accomplished by the regular size bottle. This is .. : i .... .1 I ! 1 .. I . , ! l-i"'"""-'"'-- " "' '' trims to Hie proprietors, did they not know if would invariably cure. Many of the best, physicians are now using it in their practice with great results, and are relying on it in most severe cases. It is guaranteed. Trial bottles free at C. J. Peterson's Drug Store. Regular size oOc, and $l.oo. SUGAR FACTORY ITKMK. The Year's Run Was Finished on Saturday Austin' Visit. The Sugar company paid a dividend of o per cent on Thursday. The last of the Sugar was run out at the factory on Saturday night and the e iaian .- ) - I by asking i.imih-r, -'Why aie tiefy ':iS- aushms to haive the farm'.-'" Is jt 11 that fans tlie iiieasai.t and i.- medike .there? IIaV i ...... i ." i : if ;i s r. ;i i i. ei . e. " i .1 i von ' leut.v of good war's nm i. llni-i.ed. A force ef aicn ,ia- sun ;.! v;ii:: cee,ini!r a no icpair-i:u' icpair-i:u' the in ichiiierv which will l.Uely keep them busy until Chrisiaus. Th" re 'ent go id weather has given t he fame'! s a irood ehanee to get. t heir , , .,:,. ;ul,i j .,.j i..n f'.r , ... . -n-,,... . M., i t i I ;t!i. ' t !:. ii 'Hi :!' of la'.l o! eying, j . . ... i (ieol'ge A list III. aglll 1! 1 1 ill a I superintendent super-intendent of the .sugar f.i-1 i ", will make an exl ended visit to oi her sugar beet dist rids in this eountiy to ascertain as-certain th" le st. iu''th"ds of overcoming overcom-ing tne blight which affected so many i. 'etsh''re ilusyear. I le understands bis biHiness I'lriruimhiy, and his trip should he of great brueli! In the heel farmers here. We ha vo ken' I'roiii. so far and don't intend behind. --Lehi I! no.. r. to the to get N i !i-l',ir f. . " l: i.ii-rc i rt.i, l.jju in rt 1 il!y f vmu i.e r:r. lei All , t'lC.Kl. l ,.;ti:,'.d Pi.ST M AH Th!!. m:',v i.SneU S ! ,J. II. Jlusianl at ia i or:.. , N... "... r rain-is M Spanodi I ..i Sneil ha- i cci po-t master In removtd. Mr d t he a!)::nl aienl of ! ', vice J. Ii. Mustard, M list a rd has been t he rimsf ai-eoinodafie has ever had in tin ollieial this city posl'ifilec, and the people wi:l luisi ins lavors Wm. Chisholm is s!il Dr. rem''ioton of Salt, calied to see din. and very Lake a ted low. was that. e was not mum hope of tl;.,t the palieiit ,c are a muv:-:.I opioaiio .d'.ir.r, ed I'i'. Wa'nei's recovery, 'U!d not i. This opinion. The new 1. &. I!. (!. depot is nearly com pie i ed, and is a very nice building, a credit to Spanish Fork as well as to the railroad company. Tim . Johnson kV II. mU company play, d here t w i nights to small houses, -which was din: to stormy wcatlier. Ilia! Sterling has commenced the building of a lloe house. Hales & Sicilians are the masons. Andrew D.ilile. Jr.. has just arrived home from Idaho, where he has spent the summer. Forty men rmd teams left today for Soldier Summit to work upon the railroad. " " The lioack House liar people have completed tUe erection of a storehouse. store-house. N i:vs Hoy. - -K. 0. T. 51. Spi ingviile Tent No. if meets in regular re-gular review e:y Tuesday evening at 7 :i. Visiting Sir IC nights made welcome A. O I'M K A li!, Com . Elliot N. Jouoav. 11. IC. A Ilrlllinnt Spirit of Repartee. ! She It is reported around town, that we are engaged. lie I have heard worse things than that. She I never have. Texas Siftlngs. It Ni'viT KnlU. Maud It's very easy to prevent a man from stealing a kiss from you. Marie 1 low? Maud Kiss him yourself. N. Y. World. J'ngilist ii' ruffw. Though we'vo .been taught "words lead to blows." Frojn turtles now employed , Oy puyllistu. one rai.iit suppose, " By worau tbey blows avoid. . 41 T Ltai'J ... . i '..'le.tfc TH6 Favorlts Homa Rsmedtj. For all diseases caused by derangement Cf the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach. 'Keep it always in the house r.:id you will save time and Doctor's Bills, and have at hand an active, harmless and perfectly per-fectly safe puigative. alterative and tonic. If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent headache, mouth tastes badly, rc,r appetite appe-tite and tongue coated, you are suffering from torpid liver or biliousness, and SIM-MONS SIM-MONS LlV'tR REGULATOR will cure you. If you have eaten anything harJ to digest, cr feel heavy after meals or sleepless sleep-less at iiight, a dose of SIMMONS LIVE R REGULATOR w ill relieve you and bring pleasant sleep. If at any time you feel your system needs clennsinjj and regulating without violent purging, take SIMMONS LlVbR Regulator. J. H. ZcHin & Co., Philadelphia. $M' SJ JV1 W 3 M 5 W Putlic School Department. u.inr. t:i:v-ii!.')S AN!) Kililcri AnniKNNH Mii.r.N The cultivation of class patriotism is generally neglected by common schools The lirst step toward cultivating culti-vating class pat riot is in is the organization. organ-ization. Kaeh class should lie organized organ-ized and receive a name, by which it. should be known. The classes are usually named alter the year in which they w ill graduate. The second step is the selecting of class colors, getting gett-ing materials with which to decorate the r. mm and also getting badges, banners, and mottoes. The choosing of class colors is often a verv dillieult task, as all colors are beautiful. So.ne like delicate, modest colors, while others like them bright and showy How much more homelike and beautiful the school room looks with J a few si in pi uiexpensive but artist ic i decorations in it. The mottoesshould b;' something pretty and suitable; the banners pretty, artistic and high-toned. high-toned. The iiadj.-. s are made in many different style'. S me prefer b.ihy-j b.ihy-j ribbon, others libhon about one third of au inch wide, and others like best to have ribbon from one inch to one and one half or two inches wide. Some loop it, some make bows, some simply tie theirs in one knot, others have the name of their class printed on them . Kai h class should have some appropriate yell or a number of yells. One of our yells will certainly be -High School." The feeling of patriotism, which is implanted within the heart of every true American citizen, llnds itsorigln within tbe halls of the common school system. One of the most beautiful and unselllsh attributes which can be ascribed to t he students of this ape, is class patriotism: The bond of patriotism is the tie which bin is together the hearts, the ! inclination, 'he as, hat ions, and if i .).... ... ,i... ...i.,. e. , ..-, iw. . .n,i,.t U ou jiir.ise, ii, milium, oi i ii .n mi' uio. It will bring into closer connection the relationship of their ideas of the practical tilings of life and the qualities which go to make up a good citizen. A class mutually hound together is certain to take more Interest and more pride in "everything which pfTt tains to their advancement, than one which Is not I bus connected. ltwiU be a great incent ive to study: it will assist I hem in making deeper investigations; in-vestigations; it will aid them in making themselves masters of all they undertake and will inspire them to attain to loft ier ambitions. They will make greater efforts for advancement: advance-ment: they wi.l feel themselves hound to progress and sure to prosper, for I he simple reason that patriotism binds together their ideas and thoughts. The fires of patriotism when once kindled will create in the in'nd of each member of a class a greater re-gaidforlhe re-gaidforlhe welfare of the others. They will feel that they are united as one, and that the, safety, well being, and happiness of all depends upon each one. They will riot feel in their hearts that it is I for myself to be always considered, but we for our- S '! T.'S. "1 f you build castles in t lie air, that is where they belong: if .you would not lose your labor go to work and build foundations under them." Mr. Fli Clayson and one of the lady teachers and a' trustee from Lake Shore school visited us Friday. Mr. Clayson spoke ,very highly of the marching and order maintained during dur-ing the recitations. We were visited Monday by the trustees who praised us very much for the excel lent work we are doing, "W. JML. Roylance WHOI.KSA I.K Fruits, Potatoes, I lay and Grain. Cor lA( IrfOtae Studebaker Wagons, Crescent TTrViT SUNDRIES. . - ,' Wheels repaired on short notice. Also Rent Bicycles.- SPRINGVILLE and said they were highly in favor of a High School and would do all they K iildtoget one next. year. If tho pupils could get their parents to vote for a High School then we. would have due. ' :" . The Public schools have organ tzM"' as the Spriiigville Athenaeum 'wli.H'' II. K. llydalch as president and Johrt L. Whiting secretary, assisted by , Anna Clark. We inland to meet semi-monthly. The first session will convene Fiiday evening Nov. 10th. Prof. Iirimhall will lecture. The public Is cordially invited to attend and we assure you that you will l. instructed. One great drawback to the advance; . mentofthe pupils is the lack of a school library. We are making efforts' to obtain one. For this purpose a concert will be given Thanksgiving Kve, Nov. 2-1 Hi. One of the chief features cf the program will hcRiog- mg by W ill Roberts of Provo, one of the best baritone soloists of tho country, who will be supported by tho best talent of the town. The program pro-gram will be published in full .next wick. Prices are fixed within the reach of all. If you fail to attend you will miss one. of the most pleasant pleas-ant evenings of your life. The Coming Woman Who goes to the club while her hus-' band tends the baby, as well as the good old fashioned woman who looks after her home, w ill both at times get run down in health. They will be troubled with loss of appetite, headache, head-ache, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy spells. The most wonderful remedy for these women is Electric Hitters. Thousands of sufferers from Lamo Back and Weak Kidneys rise up and call it blessed. It is the medicine for women. Female complaints aud Nervous Ner-vous troubles of all kinds are soon relieved re-lieved by 1 he use of Electric bitters. Delicate women should keep this remedy on hand to build up the system. sys-tem. Only fiOe per bottle. For sale by C. J. Peterson. FOOT It ALL AT PROVO. Y. M. C. A. of Salt Lake and IL Y. A. of Pro to. Next Saturday the Y. M. C. A. foot HhH elev-en will, matt the TJ....Y..A. boys at Provo, wheo a bard contest may be expected. Don Johnson, whd is attending college in Salt Lake,-plays Lake,-plays with the Y. M. C. A. 'team. The kick-off will occur at 3:30 i."tn.; and the line up wfll he as follows: Y. M.C. A. Position II. Y. A. I laggs left end Cox Smith left tackle.. ..Le B'evre Short left guard... Anderson Augustus center Judd Clayburu right guard Ewelf Dykeman right tackle. ,Johansou- Johnson right end Thome Cross quarter hack. . Waddoups Allen left half back. . .-.Larsen Porter right half back.. .FUlerup Willie. full back Otterson J. M. Thirswend, of Grosheck, Tex., says that when he has a spell of indl-gestioLi, indl-gestioLi, and feels bad and sluggish, he takes two of DeWitU Little Early Risers at night, and he is all right the next morning. Many thousands of others do the same thing. Do you? -V. J. Peterson. Il,,u'l Tubarro Spit and Smule Your l ife inn;. To quit tobncoo easily and fororer, be maff-nnic. maff-nnic. lull or life ncrvo and Tigon, take No-To-Uae, the wonder worker, that tuoUm wealt meu str.mif. All ilruRistH, COcorll. Cure guaranteed guaran-teed Ikx.Llct and sample froc. Addrest Sterling HuDiet'y to , CtiUago or New York. j iw i xsrz WANTED TRl'ST WORTHY AND AOT-ive AOT-ive gentU'Den or ladies to travel for rfspoiiKlble, established ho-.ise Id Utah. Monthly It" and ux ix-anes. Position steady. Hifciitnei'. Kneloso helf-Hddrenxed stamped envelope. The hmninion Co., lrt. Y, Lhlcayo Eggs, Poultry, Seeds 0 r-c iotlrao Hoi loltel.- Buggies, Carts, Etc Deflanc utah; ..-,? 1 A.