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p. "ti - m LMHi.Ll: HI : I ):H illisn F- Gibsoa, Elitor and Manrger- tstattal at the poM office at Sprinif vlllc. Irtah. lortrsnaialaaion tbroujh the mulls a Meosd-claw mattr. Issued Emj Thursday Morning. TIIM1 Or SUBSCRIPTION. faa tt. ... - 12.00 tts mttht, T J.OO .75 ASSOCIATION The Daily Patriot of Park City itdiarl. It vs a boM move to boom a fallen camp, but the moon wasn't light. The Kich fild Od 1 F. 1 's lodgt (Jifealens the Southern Censor with a liM suit, and the Censor pays' "bring on y u auil." No" doubt Crosby thinks that a deal m ire fun than being be-ing thrashed. Tbe Spriniville Independent, conies to us printed with blue ink. Why do tou feel that way, neighbor (HI s m?. Denver Post. Why? Because we haven'i the price with which to feel in richer tints Ever feel that way yourself? By the death of J. W. Brunnell, ditor of (lie Piute Pioneer at Maryivale, last w ek, one more country editor has gone to his reward. Mr. Brunnell worked hard for the cum p he represented and is deserving ol the best If) be had in the happy journalistic bunting grounds beyond the veil of death. Oue of the ordinances passed by the City Council last wetk renamed three of the streets those lhre- immediately souih of the Cit v hall ?quare. The treat on the south ide of the square is now called Huntington street; the one east mid west past the Bank is Royhmco street; the ntlt south is Starr street. Editor Taylor of the Broad Ax utters n protest at mushroom sheets receiving pay for campaign cam-paign services, while established and legitimate journals get their trouble for their pains. Twas ver thusly, brother, and will be until newspaper men run their political advertising on the plan they do their comraeieinl. When politicians seek ottices in order to regain or preserve their health it will be time enough for a newspaper to go into politics for fun. E. Pitcher Woodward, the eecen trie-looking individual with the donkeys who was here couple of m n h r-ince, reached San Francisco in time to win bis wager. Three of the "can tries" auceumbed to the hardship! hard-ship! of the trip across the . Nevada desert, but iho original "Maccaroni" of New York went through all right. Woodward is a man of genuine grit, and thousands of tepli among whom his ron'e look him will be glad to hear that he won. - "Constant Header" wants to know if The Independent office will he a desirable, resort for gentlemen of leisure thi winter. In reply we will say that we fear it will not. 0'ing to the hard times we have beeu unable to upholster our chairs or to re-enamel re-enamel the stove railings. Tne hop walls have been freshly calsomined and a new floor laid , but for all this we feel that we cannot properly entertain the ) gentleman in the style they are used to. We regret also that the composing room gaug is not made up of spr n ers and that it fatigues them excessively in mind and body to walk around eighteen people in going from one aide of the alley to the other distance of eight feet. We hope the gentlemen, there far when they try the door and find the latch string pulled in, will realize that it is au uncomfortable uncom-fortable interior we are striving la protect them from, and not think tint we are saying our prjtyers in secret or printing counterfeit money. 1U f!K !i !!IS T UK! The rc-publirai i"ii in la-i iveek's ndcpenilniii of the 1'tU-i of "Mariner" i:i the l.chi 15 tn ner on Hie Halm ol ih pio hibilory enactment intlii-titv caused quite a H ir, and .Mariner" comes in for some incitv severe criticism. home nouuee "Mariner' people pro- prevaricu- tor of ihe lirst waler. and his letter a mess of balder lash for which there is not llie slightest found at ion i n ('act. However tins may he, it i-true i-true ihat ' M a i iner'' u : s here, and that his frrand was to dig 11V evidence which WoijM prove, to il uizeus of L.l.i ih,t, prohibition here was a hollow sham. The wri er had si veral j t"ll,nsil "'."" ""leM. This was ll.e first he was leaving lor hoiiiu 1 was lea viu j lor lioine iif;..,.. ,..: i ,,, . , ; , ,. -..!. ,1 ll...l l.n I. ...I I fill in his (jne.-tl. ''Mariner" duly made llu rotiniis of the town, and the different dmggi-sts 1-1! of how he worked nil I he various smile, winks, etc., which are nipposed 10 relieve, a "dry sh H"iii a pro-hibilioii pro-hibilioii town, hut from all ac counts his gewlieulations me' with a slimy slare. There i-no i-no reason lo believe thai he succeeded suc-ceeded in wo king any of the driig stores, which are ( barged will) conducting an illicit liquoi trade by many hasty-speaking people. It would be. a matter of in-teieit in-teieit to peoplo here to see 'Mariner" placed where he could give details. There is no doubt whatevei but that liquor is sld hero contrary to ordinance, but who dees it is not public properly and ihe emissary of the Lehi liquor men would confer con-fer a furor and aid in punishing a crimv if he would tell w lutt he knows. A great deal of liquor is brought from Spanish I'oik and Provo for consumption here, and it is hinted that ; 11 i 1 e a bit ol retail trade results. Parlicu-Inis Parlicu-Inis in regard to the retail trade, however, are so lew and vague as lo be but bule belter than conjecture. The story is told of how last winter a couple ol boys made their snt inline monev by importing bottled goods from a v ..i. e i..:i .1 1 ,,i,iSrUu , ruianuiinm ' ii inu i-iiic- vuuiii vi. iiiiru nnu .t conviction made Ihe trade would receive a black eye in one quarter. If "Mariner" would have gone more into details his letter would have given better satisfacl ion, and would have had les. of the ncnituii:e 01 a iiim ui gnuer- ing generalities. SWl'KXLY FAHMIXU. Lust year I went past a place where Ihe hushes had been allowed al-lowed to grow up in the fence corners until each field was enclosed en-closed in a miniature forest, says Eben E. Kexford in Wisconsin Agriculturist. Stones had been heaped up in Iho middle of the fields, and about each pile these was a thicket of weeds. Pushes had also been allowed to grow up about the stumps, until the field looked like a pasture that was fast revei ling to woodland. I stopped and looked ihe fields over, and made a mental calculation calcu-lation of the amount of land that was wasted by allowing the bushes to grow, and I think I was not far out of the way in putting it at one-tenth of the entire farm. Each year the area of land growing up lo bushes was increasing, making steudy encroachment on the tillable land. "This farm seems lo he all right, but the owner of it is all wrong," said Ihe friend who was with me. ''The roil is good oue can see that at a glance but the slovenly way -in which it is taken care of gives it the ap pearance of a fourth rate farm.' My friend was right. And the appearance of the premises about the house and barn gave additional emphasis lo his opinion. opin-ion. There wns everywhere indication in-dication of neglect and carelessness, careless-ness, and the result was an impression im-pression on the mind of the pas:-er-by that the farm was a poor one, simply because it had Sf I All Cough Srrop. In tlm. PoM t ilnns n I 1 BmI Salt Rheum Intanse Suffering -Could Not Sleep -Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I had salt rheum on my anr.a, which Itched intensely and kept me from sleeping. sleep-ing. The kin on my hands would crack open. My friends believed I was suller- ine from blood Doisoinnc. I decided to take Hood'B Barsaparilla. 1 oid not bee any improvement with the ll rat bottle but continued with the medicine and after taking five bottles I was completely cured. T.Iy hands ore now aH rnnooth as I could wish." A. L. IUof.V, Elroy, I'a. Hood's Sarsaparilia I , the lieU '.ill'.'.' I 111'.- !! 'n;c I'.io'nl I'uriller. ,1 fell svM ty all Ui-iiut;!t . i-. an- rompl. efficient and Hood s Pllts acent ? 1 - ' ' ' - ' -- m'- sud) a, air of g,.,,., s()Venli- nes9. 1 Ins was I he lust mi- 1 1 Willi other farms elose hy was S illicient to convim e one that, as my friend said; the farm wns all right, if it had the right kind of care. Shortly after our inspection ol t lis place, we heard that it was sold. This fall 1 went by il again. A great change had taken place in it. The trees and bushes along the fences had been cut away, and the ground occupied by them was under cultivation. The stone piles had been removed from the fields, an 1 most of the old stumps had been pulled. The house and barn had each been given a thorough renovation, and a good coat of paint, and everything ubout them was in apple pie order, It was evident that the new owner was not a slovenly fanner, lie believed in nealnes.-uud nealnes.-uud in taking cue of things as they ought to he taken care of. - Yesterday 1 heard 1 hut the owner of this farm had been offend one-third more than he gave for i'. Now this sum would cover several limes over the cost of the improvements maile. lherciore it is plain lo sse that what had been dune had given lo the f,;rm a value greatly in excess of all expenditure on it. Slovenly farming had lowered low-ered its value, but good farming had placed it Where it belonged ' m tne list ot vakinhie larins. Neatness ubout Ihe farm pavs Rural free mail ileMyeiy lias stood the test of actual experiment even hetter than its most ent luisiaM ic supporters sup-porters had claimed. Aeeordin to the report of ferry S. Heath, llrt assistant post master ijeiieral. rural delivery has lceii tried in '.i stales ! over 44 UtrorMK routes The re- port points out I hat the satisfactory results suggest tiie feasibility of mak- ; injf it a permanent feature of the postal adiiiinistrat ion, not at once or in all I (list ricts. hut. in some gradual i and graduated form. Public, policy requires some advancement and sooner or later the t'nifed States will have lo follow thu had of the more dens dy populated count riesand estal lish a delivery" service-all over the settled portions of ils territory. Such an admission hy the postal department depart-ment will give new lite to the movement move-ment and its friends will iro to work with renewed activity and notecase their efforts until free delivery Is secured for every well settled country district. Orange ,ludd Fanner. Free mail delivery would be the proper thing in the thickly settled rural communities of Utah county, and wouid be a much appreciated modern convenience. con-venience. Conditions here are more favorable than in many states in that the farming communities com-munities here dim more com-pact, com-pact, the farms being smaller aud the population more dense. There are few sparsely populated sections in this countv. A number of the handsome and debonaire railroad boys whose presence formerly did much to raise the average standing stand-ing of the unmarried male element ele-ment in Springville society have embarked in matrimony the past year, and a senseof uneusinessis spreading among the other bachelors. Further defections art feared, as some of the boys are going about pricing furniture and hinting at estimates esti-mates of wedding slakes. It is thought that Pat Ward will be the next benedict, as he is known to have a Sunday girl, and is working steadily and staying off the streets at night. The actions of Ted Griffiths i n 1 May Humphrey are also suspi cious, but it is known lliatllny will stay with btchelor gang until after the holidays. Vane Scoville and Aner Humphrey are good for another year or two, but will scarce survive until lite II Xl lrnp ai, If a j'aii C should slr.ke, the crowd wholesale whole-sale matrimony would reu!i. Ii is estimated that in one 1 iiy, j Chicago, the coin-in ihe slot I machines are devouring mote j than two million dolla rs a vcitT. 1 Therd are two kinds of the! machines: Those that have a; slot for petty gambling opera- ; tions,and those that are supposed j always to give something in ic- j turn for the slot investment ; Those who p'lt money 111 h e gambling slot take their chanct s of gelling something out, i:nd the makers and huyeis of llu machines take care that thee chances are none too goo I. Those who drop coins in osli 11-sibly 11-sibly vending slots are 1 o gamblers, gam-blers, but they are frequently dupes; ihe contrivance swallows iho coin, yields nothing worth having, and seems to ask,"Vhat are you going to do about it ? ' There is practically no choice between them, and both (lasses of slot machines should he avoided by all save millionaiies. and outlawed by the state. It is a conim'ort" 'tnnxim ihat ! history repeats itself; it. is quilt : as true but less understood, thai life repeats iiself from gencra-ti"n gencra-ti"n to generation. The meanness mean-ness that has been forgotten, l he-lie he-lie Ihat was too small to he remembered, re-membered, the impurity, the hatred, the ikepti(im that we think are hidden deeply in om hearts, only lie fallow, possibly to bear fruit in our sons and daughters. "Whatever we sow, we reap." This nihkes life, u problem of tremendous impa rlance. r-lance. But Ihe fact fhal w hat we sow others may reap, complicates com-plicates our responsibilities, and makes us not only the arbiter of our own destinies, but the prophets, pro-phets, for weal or for woe, of those who come after us. Tlie science of life should he tugl t in our public schools Something to Know. It may he worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring restor-ing tbe tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Hitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to t he nerve centres cen-tres In the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organ in throwing off impin'it.ifs in the blood. Electric Milters improves the appetite, aids digestion, and is j pronounced by those who have tried j it ns the very best b.ood purifier and , nerve tonic. Try it. Sold . for. 'iiic oi $1. per bottle at Dr. (J. .1. Peterson's Drug Store. , . . j Erery-I)aj Excnrsions'i - To all parts of the world c'a'n be j arranged for any day in the year, for one or more persons, upon application to any principal ticket agent of llu: Chicago, Milwaukee & St,. Paul railway. rail-way. Itineraries carefully prepared forexcursions to California. Florida, Mexico, China, Japan, and to an part of Europe. Estimates furnished, including all expenses. Tickets furnished for the conipl te journey. It is not necessary to wait fur any so-called "Personally Conducted Exeursions." In the days of progressive pro-gressive enlightenment, wiih the English language spoken in every l i a i i . lanu unuer ine un. one uoe neeu lo 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 Ic St. Paul railway, Salt Lake City, Utah, for details if you are contemplating a trip. To Cora Con'tlpa tlun Vomer. Take CaKcareta Canilv Oithari ic. loo oriTiC. If I'. C. C. full to cure, Unionists rt-fuiiil mom y SOTICE TO CREDITtUtS. In the Matter of the K.statf of John Hatfield. Deceased ) NOTICE Is horehtf ulvti bv the nndei-nlKiixd. nndei-nlKiixd. admliifstratnr oi the estate of John HstHeld. dereased. to the riedilois of and all ppi-hoiis having rlaltns aaln-t the aaM dm-eaMMt to exlilhlt them, nltli the raMary Touchers, within four m n hsafler thfi tti-Ht publication of this notice in the said administrator at his r?ftldnct In pi iiim'illo. Utah county, State of Utah. Vm. II ATriKt.P. AdmlnlKtratof of the estate of Jol.n lltU-Seld. lltU-Seld. deceaned. Datrd at 8trin-vilU Oct. 1WIT. A. D. UAn, Atty. OKT TOl'H HORBV'S WOtlTll! f SALT LAXK HERALD Btlt. Btlhtl and Beat. DAILY 110.00 per annum, or t9a per month. 4 1 4 81 SBUf-WRFKLV-Only U.SS Tar, or Tao. for montn. flubacrtb through local agent d TWKI HFJRAl J Salt Laka t or aend direct to- r Twai nnRAMi co., Salt Laka Clr. Utah, WAN I" K I TKt'srUOIU'Y A NO ACT neu'fiitlmuuii or ludleu lo ir-vol for isiiiiiisihl.'. emulilUnecl houw: in OU&. M.MKlily and expeiis. s. I'unltlou utea.ly. Keferenc". Knclofc olf addrussed I stamped envelop;-. The h .mlm-m (.''-. ) 1 -0' T: Hotel Boyer, J'. .1. ( OVKHT, MKr- Rates, $1.60 and $2 per day. t"''' I lack to and from trains. Have a Sample Room and Moiuc-Mfce phu-e for travelling men. :o: Si'.UNt.VII.LE. - - - . IT T A II. WOOD & CLARK Tonsorial Artists.' VII Work Ixme in the Highest. Style of the Ail. Cnmfoitahle Hath-room Hath-room Attached. Fee 2-1 cents. Shop Union Banlc Baildins, Springyille- Call on - MKS. L. M. MU2.PHEY, !"OI! K- FALL AND WINTER HATS TAM O'SHANTERS, VAVEft AND RIBBONS OK ALL KINDS We carry a Full Line of Millinery floods at. the Lowest rrloe. How" Ic Ipgsu SAVINGS SE3URELY and Profitably- o Place them in the Midland Loan & Savings Company. Wbat tbe following Amounts will Prodart-: Com- 8!i:i,-rs Monthly Wiirly Tot il poiinil Car i-poslls Hi-p ts iK-pis ironts , alue ?.;WI !7 id 2.40"! 1M0 1': III fiCi 00 , .f 8 Kl ; i'.i.i'O . 1000 Oiiv "iiolrl Kef ltureMt No iiienitit-rsliip ft'f; No withdrawal fen: No tiiii. on lhv(-stiirtt toc'k: A (ti-liniti- rout rart - nn uiirrrtalnty : A iii ranter that lu case of death of inrm-l'i inrm-l'i r all mom v paid nill In- returned to hi heirs, h'xr fui1i.tr particular njxiii to J. M, WESTWOOD Local Treasurer. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. J. K. Kindicd .1. It. Dowdell Kindred & Do Blacksmiths mid Wlieelriglita. C;irri;ioes and Wagons ( Repaired. Hor$e Shoeing a Specialty Work dono with noatncsH and dispatch. : : : : : DEPOT STREET NEAR MAIN, Z S .JEAT XirC5MX LAKE 3 TIMB TABLE I'tiR Sl'KINOVILLK. I'TAII. (JOIXU WEST No 1. I'aelfle tnall I.v. 11:03 a. m. To !alt Luke, Ogdi-n and thu Ooaat. No. 5. I'asseiiKer tu Salt Lake.. . Lr. 3:W p. m. No. 8. Pussen?er Lr. 8.33 p. lu. No. Leave fi.Xt a. ni. (nilxed)dally except Sunday. Eureka mid all Tintfc oiut. No. 3. I'aolllc limited Lv. 7:44 p.m. to Salt Lake, Ogilen and the Coast. No. ", L?ave H;i5a. m.. Halt Lake City. OOINO EAST. So. 2. Atlantic Express I.v. 0:4tl a.m. to I'. Y. Jiincllon und Colorado point!). No, Ii, Puhk. and mall L . 0:30 a. in V'rom alt Lake to all San I'ete point. No. 4, Chicago limited . Lv. 0:00 p. m. H. II. HA Bt'tM'K. Tru flic Manager. D. C. IH)DC.E. K. A. WADLEIOll. (ieneml Manager. Oen' Taiaenger Agt r - Harness and Saddle ltepairini; tlotic on short notice. Saddles, ' Pack Saddles, Itlts, King and HarnesK Fixtures. All work (Stiartinteed : : : : mmi sauiJ. AIIiier tillIUi(. on to . Star Bakery . Bestplace In tow u for Cakes Home Made Bread and Candies. JkCeA-lav On ots. UKALEKS IN FPvUITS, VEGETABLES and CANNED GOODS. Whitehead & Tucket. Thos. E. Child, Contractor and Builder. Building work done promptly. Estimates furnished on short notice. If you want a 6003 JOB DONE AND NO AFTEi TROUBLE give us a trial Thos. E. Child, SPRINGVILLE UTAH. T , . I W JOHN W. HOOVER, Jr, MANAGER- - Springville Roller Mills- r Mnufctumr of nrt Dealer In Flour and Feed. Custom Grinding a Specially. Canh Paid fur Wheat. Mill North of Spkinovillk. r It is worth 15 cents to look nice. Is it not? An oasy, clsan share will make you Ionic nice-, and you can get It at Ihe Harber Shop nt. Manwabiwo (Sf Beown, Next Door to P. () Styliaix Hair Outs Always in Qtook. Tti Prirate Duiii Rooits- Optavanyiikt EUROPEAN RESTAURANT No. 32. Eaot Second Socth Stkekt, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. The Only First-Clais Rastaurant in the City. . Trivate Entrance to Ladles' Dining Hooni - -" Louis Berets, Mgr. HUMPHREYS' CURES i No. 1 Fvr, Congestion. No. Worm. No. S Infants Disease. . No. Diarrhea. No. 7 Coughs A Colds. No. t Headache. No. 10 Dyspepsia, IndigasUon. No. 1 1 Delayed Periods. No. 12 Leuchorrea. ' t No. 13 Croup. No. 14 Skin Diseases. No. 15 Rheumatism. : No-1 9 c,l,rrh- , No. 27 Kidney Diseases.., ! No. 34 Sore Throat. No. 77 Grip 4 Hay Fever, Or. Humphreys' Homeopathta Manual of DwiMi at your l)rug(t or Mallei rrrr loi4 bv arurtiia. or x-ut en recelkt "f aaa Joht ( o-'ta or L XTrt uoiihry miki. Co., ymt. unam iihryi' mm. t .