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Cluirch Directory. l'UEillVrEKIAN CI I A PEL. Regular service H i in. anil 7:20 p. in. Sunday. Sunday School at 10 a m. Christian Endeavor meeting Wed neslay evening at 7.30. Strangnrc always welcome. Rev. A. C- Todd. Pastor. I. 0. T. M. Snrlngvllle Tent No. 9 meet In regular re-gular review every Tuesday eveninn at 7.10. Visiting Sir Knights made welcome, A. O. Packard, Cora. Elliot N. Jordan, R. K. P. E. HOUTZ NOTARY PUF3LIC Ofl'co First roor South of HnrrUon'i Hotel. SPRINGVILLE UTAH Hogs Killed If you want your Call (mi M. F. Miner. Leavo orders at Miner' Meat Market. Dress Making Mrs. Yates has opened parlors in the Hank Building, upstairs, where she will be pleased to meet her friends and patron who desire work doue in JHE LATEST FASHIONS AND BEST WORKMANSHIP. SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. WATSON In the Place to HOUTZ'S '""oup SOAPS, OANDIBS AND CONFECTIONERY. Candies from 15c to 40c per Found. Toilet Soap 3 liars for 5e. Carbolic Soap 25c per bar 2 for 45c. A full line of Croft & Reed' Medicated Soaps always ou hand. GALL And Se Us at 1st door South of Harrison's Hotel I pay cash for" FAT CALVES, NEAT CATTLE, FAT HOGS, . .CHICKENS, TURKEYS, Etc, Etc. o : Call at my place :-o ? HARRY WEBB, SPRINGVILLE --- - UTAH ZION'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, DR. Q. W. SHORES, CeataHlaf PkjrtUtia. ThM Xmtltuti& to duly l&cor ejaratwd main the la we of Utah, wUft oarrftai vtaok et f ao.ouu.uo, aad u apaalaUy Aeroted to tk troatnvmt ad our of all ohronlo, dp e.td and wanting disease which har laaw MOM the general practitioner, AVaohttely the Unast equipped In- ftftuttoa went of Chiangs, 4aptd fa either mail ar olio treatment, Undr personal euporTialen of Dr, O. W. Shores, (ottftnator of tha 0.00 a month too for Chronio dla- mm) whose thill and experience fcava made thto Institution faiaous r la tha treatment and our oft CATARRH, ASTHMA, OBAFNC5S, BRONCHITIS, DYSPEPSJK, WEAK STOMACH, RHZUMATISn, pen A LB tnSEAJES. KIDNEY AND LIVER ILLS. PILES, CONSTIPATION BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, NERVOUS DHBILITY, FIT. minTiint; cured .. . . PBRMANENTLY. $5. iXI. THIS ASOYM A pedal dtpirtmont for treatlqg allseases of Moa. Curee (uaraateao. . Sfflces 14 Eajt Second Soatk Street. SALT LAKE CITT, UTAH. : 4 V(kj Liva our op own I'fMTa? . O. W. JNtRJ. NOTES OF THE WEEK. A (cam and wagon for sale cheap j fur cash. Apply to Angus McDonald. Miss Amv Rowland returned to Eureka, Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary P. Silver visited in town 'iter Sunday, the guest of Mrs. I) P. Felt. Miss Arccna Crandall went to Am erican Fork, Friday, for a holiday visit. One Minute Cough Cure cures quickly. That's what you want! C. J. Feterson. The inrant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hatch uassed away, Sunday, and was buried Monday. Ralph Crecr was a Spanish Fork gallant who loitered in this city a couple of days at Christmastide. Miss Anna Nesbit. a pupil of the Hungerford academy, went home to Mammoth to 8p?nd her vacation. Mrs. J. It. Sellick came down from Poeatello, Idaho, to spend the holi days with her moil.e , M s. Kelly. MissJosie Liddle, of Pay sou, who has been tiding to school at the Hungerford Hun-gerford academy, went home to spend vacation. Will Lowe and wife left for Elsi-norc Elsi-norc and Monroe last Friday, to spend the holidays, visiting relatives in those cit ies. Joe. Whitehead and Bruce Roy-lance Roy-lance have opened up a shooting gallery gal-lery and doll rack In the old Star restaurant building. Charley AUeman returned, Fiiday, from his missionary labors in the interest in-terest cf the Y. M. M. I. A. at American Am-erican Fork, Lehi, Alpine and Fleas-ant Fleas-ant Grove. There will be a dance for the young people at the First ward meeting house Thursday and Saturdav evenings. even-ings. The Shepard quadrille band will furnish the music. Miss Sadie P.oyer, of Salt Lake, was in town over Christmas visiting her father and numerous other relatives and friends. Miss Buyer pronounces Salt Latte "just lovely." W. E. Watson has returned from Springvllle, and will remain among us during the winter. Will can't hardly keep away from Spring City anyway, can he well, we won't tell your name. Spring City correspon dent of Mt. Pleasant Pyramid. Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., ays, "'After two doctors gave up my toy to die, I saved him frm croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." It Is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. C. J Feterson. Dr. Smart was made the victim of a surprise party, Monday evening, at which time a small party of friends took possession of his mansion, and held forth until as late as early the next day. The party spent a very enjoyable evening, and the doctor en joyed himself as well as the next of them. All the married people who wish a good time and want to dance the old year cut and tha new year In, should take In the dance which is to be given New Year's eve., at the First ward meetinghouse by James E. Hall, and Israel Clegg. The services tt the Shepard quadrille band have been secured for the event, so good music Is assured Don't be persuaded Into buying liniments without reputation tr merit Chamberlain's Fain ISalin costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following from L. G. Itagley, Ilueneme, Cal., are con- slantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Fain Halm, and I say so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rheumatism, rheuma-tism, lame back, sprains and swellings. swell-ings. For sale by C. J. Peterson. Last Thursday morning Harry May-cock, May-cock, the 13-year-old son of John May-cock, May-cock, was riding a hors on State trect when the animal slipped on sonio Ice, throwing the lad off. He struck on his head and shoulder and was picked up Insensible by Win. Sumsion, who was near by. The lad was carried into the City Drug Store and medical aid was summoned, Dr. Dunn being called. The boy was then taken home, where he lay in an unconscious condition until about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when he revived. Ills injuries proved not to be very serious, and Sunday he was able to bo out on the street, - Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of ar.pll and completely dormice the whole system sys-tem who n entering It through the mucous sui-fucca. Such articles should nover be used except ou prescript Ions from reputable physician, as the danmjie they will do Is ten fold to the nood youcun possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A .Co., Toledo. O., contains uo mercury, and U taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous urace ot the system. In buylag Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you Ret the genuine, it Is taken Internally and Is mado In Toledo.Ohlo. by F. J Cheney Co. Testimonials free. .r"SoM by Pniffglot. price Je. per bottle. I have a fruit I ract fir Mile. Davis Clauk. On. Noble, of Nephl, was In town Yedned ly. Will Crandall, of North Ogden, was in town, Tuesday. Dr. Chaa Bird, of M.tnti, was In town this week, to attend the Crandall Cran-dall reunion. Geo. H. West, of Greeley, Colo., was in town last week looking up the beet sugar industry. The relief society, of the Second ward, gave a dance to the young people peo-ple or that ward last night. The week of prayer will be observed by union meetings every evening of next week, in the Baptist hall. If you hare any jewelry or clocks which need fixing, take them to West, lie will do the work cheap. Dave Clyde is now wearing the gold watch which was rallied oil at the Brown & Manwaring's barber shop. He held the lucky number. Harry Webb is wearing a two by four smile thes- days, the cuse of which is that he was the one who drew the line silver table set at Slau sons. The dunce giveu at the First ward meeting house Christmas eve was sort of a "kid" affair. The little peo pie were out in force anil had a great time. The concert given at the City hall Monday night by the First ward M. 1. A. was not very well patronized, (inly a very small crowd turned out to hear the program. Prosperity conies quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition. DeWilt's Little Early Risers are famois little pills fur constipation, biliousness, indigestion and all stomach stom-ach and liver troubles. C. J. Peter-s Peter-s in. Miss Mable Gardiner, of Salt Lake, and Miss JTenipie Pen rod, of Provo, were in town, Tuesday, visiting Mrs. Fred James, at the Hoyer House. Miss Gardiner I a niece of Mr. James' and is visiting Miss Penrod during the holidays, at Provo. Theaters Saturday and Monday evening by the Johnson & Houtz company were very good. Saturday they played "Lynwood" and Monday "Queens' Evidence." The latter was rather the best, both the play and the playing. Mt. Pleasant Pyramid. Housewives, please remember that you take no risks in using Three C;own llaking Powder, Triple flavoring flavor-ing extracts, and pure ground spices, for they are strictly guaranteed of the very best quality or money cheerfully cheer-fully refunded. Why uot five them a trial? At the instigation of Isaac Alircd and John Man waring a surprise was sprung upon Lewis Williams and wife at 1 o'clock, Monday. A program pro-gram of sinking, recitations, etc., made the time pass very pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. Willir.ms have been residents of this city since last July. After hearing some friends con-tinuallj con-tinuallj praising Chamberlain'c Colic, Gholcra and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of it for his own use and is now an enthusiastic over in wonderful work as anyone can he. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by C. J. Peterson. Jno. W. Hatfield, son of Mayor Hatfield, who has been undergoing a Surgical operation at St. Mary's Hospital Hos-pital in Salt Lake, is reported as doing do-ing nicely and the operation will be the means of restoring the young man to health. Mr. Hatfield's many friends in Eureka will rejoice to hear the good news. Eureka Democrat. The Sprlngville Post of the Home Guard and Minute men held a meeting meet-ing at the City hall, Monday afternoon, after-noon, and made arrangements to give a picnic party at the Reynold's hall. Jan. 13, Committees on program, invitation in-vitation and tables were appointed. A committee was also appointed to prepare a new code of by-laws for the Post. The Independent scribe has the report re-port from reliable sources that Levi Thorpe, the genial section boss on the R. G. W. railway, at Mapleton, had gut into a friendly altercation with the section boss at Lehi, while they were putting down track at Soldier Summit, and was so badly used that he thought it advisable to take a layoff for few das. It Is rumored that EJitor Howard, of thoSalina Press, was in town Christmas, Christ-mas, looking for some of the habitues of The Independent shop. Howard Is described as a handsome, debonair young man, and it Is said that his appearance ap-pearance on the street here caused a sceue of wild excitement among the ladies who were abroard at the time. Remark of "My! ain't he sweet!" What a pretty man!" "Oh-h-h-h!" "O-tH-0-hl"'Iiere he comes!" reached Howard's ears and, blushing furiously, he dove headlong Into Stanson's shop, and while the fair throng congregated in front ha pulled his hat down over his faoe and made his escape by the rear cutrance. Tho fraternity here are sorry that none of them were visible during Howard's stay in t'wu. V, S. day, of Clinton, M , has , awaided the contract of carry- J 1 1 iug tiie mails from Spanish F.irk to Salem. The married peoples' ball given at the First ward meeting house, last Thursday evening, was a decided success. suc-cess. A new baby boy arrived at the home of Roy Scuvill this week, but the ex act dale of his arrival was notlearned by the baby reporter. The L. D. S. Sunday school of the Second and Third wards gave a Christmas program at the L. D. S. meeting house, Friday evening. Thos. Reeves, of St. George, was in town this week visiting C. N. Sanforrl. Mr. Reeves is on his way home to Dixie, from the Southern Stales mission mis-sion fields. Miss Kittie Case, of Detroit, Mich., who ha? been visiting Mis Neilson at the Huugerford, accompanied Miss Neilson to her home, at Mt. Pleasant, Thursday. The Hungerford h)ine is nearly deserted de-serted this week, the teachers and pupils nearly all having gone to different dif-ferent parts of the country to spend their vacation. Mr. Jay Prudens, of Salt Lake city will hold gospel meetings in the Bap tist hall, every evening, at 7:30. beginning be-ginning Sunday, .Ian. 2nd. Everyoue invited to attend. Delos Crandall, of Huntington, Emery county, was in town this week, to attend the Crandall reunion. This is the lirst time he has viited Spring-ville Spring-ville for ten years. The meeting of the Hungerford Literary and Debuting society which should be held Fiiday night, has been post poricd for one week, ou account ac-count of the absence of pupils and teachers, who are away spending fieir vacation. Mrs. M. P.. Ford, Ruldell's, 111 , suffered for eight years from dyspepsia dys-pepsia and chronic constipation and was finally cured by using DcWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for all stomach and liver troubles. C. J. Peterson. The Pleasant Hour Club will give another of their enjoyable parties at the Reynolds hall New Year's eve. The renowned S perry quadrille band, of Nephi, will furnish the music by which those present will dunce the old year out aud the new year in. Pat Ward ami bis section crew, who have been laying steel on the new track of the R. G W., at Soldier Summit, completed the work and came homo Thursday. Passenger train No. 3 was the first train to go over the new road bed, Thursday. A good party was given at the First ward meeting house Christmas night. A Sunday school party was given eirly in the evening by the Sunday school of the First ward, and after the close of which the seats were cleared out aud dancing engaged in. Christmas was celebrated at the home of George. Huntington this year by the preparation of a beautiful Christmas tree, ami George's little folks and their numerous small boy and girl callers are in eestacies of delight. de-light. The tree was surely a beauty. Mrs. Mary P.ird, Harrisburg, Pa., says, "My child is worth millions to me; yet I would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Counh Cure." It cures coughs, colds, and all throat and lung troubles. C. J. Peterson. The Presbyterian Sunday school gave a Christmas entertainment at the chapel last Thursday evening, at which the beautiful little cantata, "The Crowning of the Children' Holiday" was rendered. Presents were distributed to the different members of the Sunday school. William Erduian, who bought the Miner building, on State street, will sooDopenupa butcher shop. He is having n ice house erected back of the building, and is getting things in shape to run an up-to-date shop. Mr. Erdman came here from the state of Michigan, and gives indication of being be-ing a progressive citizen. Springvllle has room for many such. The grand ball giveu at the Reynolds Rey-nolds hall Christmas eve., by the Pleasant Hour Club was a great success, suc-cess, both financially and socially. A hundred and Hfty couple were present and tripped gaily to the soul-stirring music furnished by the S perry orchestra, orches-tra, of Ncphi. The dance was the best giveu this season, and the gaiety was kept up until 4 o'clock In the morning. The following guests ewere registered regis-tered at the Buyer House this week: H. G. lioyer, II. M. Miller, J. II. Sarvis, Sadie Buyer, J. If. Sarvis, Miss Mable Gardiner and Fred James aud wife, Salt Lake; Thos. Laughney, Ogden; J. F. Matthews, Prof. Proud, California; Al. Riser, C. A. Blake, of the R. G. W. R'y; Frank Mclntyre, G. W. Fort, Teiupie Penrod, Provo; T. L. Foote, C. S. S. Sperry, Clifford Bate. II. M. MeCotue, Nephi; T. G. Wcln, St. Louis; Edward Shields, Dawson City; Helen Lamar, Chas. H. Whiting, New York; I. E. Delhi and wife. Eureka; Chas. Hall, Denver. Liookl IVIy miogaut Xiixio of Holidav Goods Ilns j3Lxx-ixrecaL. Call and see my slock and you will be convinced that the Prices can't be beat, in the Slate. If you are going to make n Christmas present you will find jnst what you waul in the jewylry line at my store. molen a Caffepy Are selling FURNITURE AT COST, To make room fur a Children's Union Suits 25c "' " large, 35c up Children's Random Grey Underwear, Under-wear, Shirts and drawers size 16. .5c Size IS and 20 10c Size 22 and 24 15c Size 20 and 23 20c Size 30 and .12 25c Rubbers, ladies 25c and 30c " children's 20c Arctics, ladies 75c ': men's !)0c 1 greatest line 21 JireD's Bonnets -&-t Gxxt Look out for our Great Sale of Com m onclng Deo. lOtlx Irvine & Sons - Provo THERE MM ARE YOU GOING? GOING Where goods are cheap and where I can change my produce of all kinds for mer chandise at Rock Bottom Prices. w potjer If your watch needs cleaning or repairing re-pairing take it to F. N. West, the jeweler. Miss Sutton's kindergarten school gave a Christmas social, last Wednesday Wednes-day evening. MissLoie Whittaker weut to Salt Lake last Thursday to stay through the holidays. Will Whitehead came up from Smith's ranch, Millard County, Saturday, Sat-urday, for a visit to his parents. The Messrs Rockhill, of fpan'sh Fork, were present at the ball given at the Reynolds hall Christmas eve. It is easy to catch a cold and Just as easy to get rid rf it if you commence com-mence to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, bron-chitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. It Is pleasant to take, safe to use and sure to cure. C. J. Peterson. Liookl Watches Waltham and Elgin Makes. Clocks Of the best manufacture. manu-facture. : : : : Pins Emeralds, Opals, Sapphires, Sap-phires, Pearl9. Ametbyst Stanson'si JEWELRY STORE. Hens' Underwear 25c each. A large assortment Outing Flanels at 5 cents. Everthing goes at greatly reduced prices. Prices GhFistmas Goods HERE IS THAT? WHY AT & PriijghUrst. J Will Packard came in from Silver ,'City Friday. Henry Devnish arrlvad home from Idaho Friday. Frank Friel came in from Eureka to spend the holidays. Wanted Three furnished rooms for housekeeping. Address this office. Don Johnson came'down from Salt Lake Thursday to spend the holidays. Louis Oakley came down frsm Castle Gate Thursday to partake of Christmas good cheer at his mother's hearth stene. A wreck occured on theTintic branch of the R. G. W. near Goshen Thursday. Thurs-day. The train wrecked was tha accommodation ac-commodation freight and passenger train, and was caused by the break iug of a wheel on ona cf .he cars. Eight cars were wrecked, six of them being tatally destroyed, ll Is remarkable re-markable that no one was hurt."