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A SLIM MEETING. Spanish Fork Citizens Stay Away From School Meeting Numerously. The trustees of the Spanish Fork school district called a raeetinp of the voters , of the district at the Central school building at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon,. The meeting was called to levy a tax to pay off the debt on the Ceitral school building, and to meet current expenses. At the time for calling the meeting to order only the School board, janitor of building aud two citizens were present. The financial report of the board for the school season was read, and the polls were then declared open for. voting. They were kept open until three o'clock, when the returns showed as follows: 16 votes for a 4 mill tax and 1 for no tax. It is a lamentable fact that a meeting meet-ing of this importance should have received the small attention it did. A poll of 17 votes only in a city of the size of this, makes the election almost a farce. The people, when disatis-(ied disatis-(ied with the action of a meeting of this sort have only themselves to thank if they will not turn out and do their duty to themselves and their fellowmen. THE FISH LAWS. Spanish Fork People Believe They are Being Broken. The spring Ashing has commenced and the festive small boy and old sport with their fishing tackles are very much in evidence every day at the dm down in Spanish Fork river. Several of of Spanish Fork's leading citizens have made a complaint that they are satisfied that many flagrant violations of the flsh law have taken place there. They state that they have written to the game and flsh commissioner at Provo, but so far he has not taken any notice of their complaints. They state that a fish run way should be put in at the dam so that the trout could make their way on up the stream. As it is now they are stopped at the dam. where they remain, thereby becoming an easy prey to the people who manipulate manipu-late the "snagging" outfits. This state of affairs should receive the attention of the authorities. If it does, it will be the first time a Provo flsh and game warden ever coucerned himself about anything that was done outside of his home town. These people are notoriously slack about attending to their duties, and this city is not the first one to have a kick com'.ng, Bncklen'g Aruica Salve. Thabcstsalve in the world for Cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores,' tetter, chapped hands, chil-blaiDS, chil-blaiDS, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no 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, druggist. LOCAL BRETITES. Don't forget the grand ball Friday night at the pavilllon. Miss Pearl Daley of Springville, was visiting in town Tuesday. A new culvtrt was put in this week, in front of the Co-op meat market. The Co-op grist mill company arc arranging to stock their mill pond with black bass. Mrs. Andrew Crump, of Mormon-rille, Mormon-rille, died Tuesday during childbirth and was buried Thursday. The Presbyterian school will close for this season Friday. Closing exercises exer-cises will be held Monday, The Co-op grist mill closed down Saturday for a. few days, while the mill race was cleaned and put in good order. A large number of Spanish Fork citizens went to Provo Saturday and Sunday to attend the services in the L. D. S. tabernacle. Several of tho music loving people of this city went to Salt Lake on the special train, Friday, to attend the grand Mel ba opera. Mrs. Rees and her daughter Mrs. Richar has opened up a knitting and ANDY CORtGOttSTIPATlON 25 50 HiiBiSiS- DRUGGISTS I DPrtT 1PTPT fTTI D IKTPPn to S MTcmneof rowtlpUon. Cuttrrt are tin Ideal Uxa ADdULUiuLI uUAKAlU&IiU ti".n"rrrrleerrripe.t euwNqaiinnlnnlli, baa, laaae kMtkMtft-M. ai. BTFBM KKUFBT CO.. fhirn. Hnntraal. r...or Vw fork. n dressmaking establishment In Mrs. Maggie Rrown's old stand, opposite the Co-op. The Co-op has been taking stock and undergoing a general dusting and cleaning. Mrs. David Robertson presented her husband with a floe baby boy Friday morning. James Tsoilson lias erected a wheelwright wheel-wright and blacksmith shop next to the marble works this week. Miss Alice Mellor went to Spring-1 ville, last Wednesday, to stop with! Mrs. A. C.Todd for a few days. j Wm. Holdaway, the Provo dentist j has moved his family to Spanish Fork ' and will set up a dental parlor here, j Don't annoy others by your cough ing, and risk your life by neglecting a cold. One Minute Cough Cure cuies coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. C.J. Peterson. Peter-son. A grand gold medal contest will be held at the pavillion on the evening of the first Friday in May. There will be eight contestants, six cf whom have won silver medals and two are public school teachers. The City road supervisor had a force of about twenty small boys employed em-ployed for two or three days this week, clearing the rocks from Main and some of other streets. The little fellows received 50 cents per day for the work and labored manfully to earn their money. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventative of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds. C. J. Peterson's. The Alumni Society of Spanish Fork will hold a course of lectures at the pavillion duriDg the summer months. They will have such speakers as Ptof. Brimhall, Prof. Guff and other celebraties. They expect to give dances throughout the season, to raise money to conduct the lectures. To Cure Connttpatlon Forer. TalieCuscarets Candv Cathartic. lOcorZSo. H C. C. C. tall to cure, druggists refund money. PAYSON' POINTERS. From Tho Header, Saturday-Charles Saturday-Charles Hawkins and several Benjaminites, who have been work- ingdown iu the Detroit District, on the Copper Head group of mines, returned re-turned last Saturday. Among those from thin place who attended Rev. A. C. Todd's funeral at Sprineville Thursday, were the folow-ing: folow-ing: Mr. and Mrs. Troxcll, Mr. and Mrs, James Matthews, Rev. Murphy, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Lee Simons and Mrs. Orawell Simons. Many from Benjamin were also present. Mrs. Lizzie Crumps, a daughter of David Lant, of this city, died Tuesday Tues-day evening at Spanish Fork and was buried Thursday, Mrs. Crump was a Payson resident for many years, and was well-known and highly respected here: a large number of friends and relatives are left to mourn her loss, aud the bereaved family have the sympathy of the eutire community in this their hour of sorrow. From The Globe, Saturday W. E. Conant of Gunnison, Col. was here the Orst of the week to buy cattle, but he found them to be very scarce. A large volume of water has been coming down the canyon this week, and some of the streets have been flooded. Some evenings the electric light plant is started up so late as to make it necessary to light Umps, and complaint com-plaint is being made. A son of Johu Betts is down with an attack of recurrent appendicitis, but It reported improving by Dr. Wade who is attending bim. T. J. Wadsworth, who went to Nebraska some time ago to sell portable porta-ble pantries, has sent for his family, and evidently intends to make his home there. We understand he has quit the pantry business and engaged in his former occupation, that of druggist. CATHAPTIC ,hh)0 Wail il ill; mafias - i mi ii ' i fry lis. Will Answer Any Question You may Ask It. iil 7"-'vj:-, Standard ye American :$ Annual. RsaJyJan. 1, 1898, On All Nsws Steads. vS? J v.'? . ' k ' .1? Larger, Better. More Complete Than Ever. Tbi nwsi viJitij iold Annual Rtfir inct Bcok and Political Manual published. u THE WORLD, Pulitzer Building, New York. THE GREATEST BOOK OP THE AGE! Should be In Every Home and Library. 1 People's lie Blsiory Is written by Rijiht Hon. William Ewart Gladntone, Ex-Preminr of Grout rttifln ami Ireland, (llituiter, Eng.; Hev. A. H. fcayco. QuiHn' College. Oxford, fcntf.: Rev. Samuel Iven Curt.KS, I. 0., Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago. J II,; Rev. Fred trie W. Furrar, D.D., F.K.8., Dean of Canterbury, Canterbury, Kng.: Hhv. Elmer H.Oftpen, D.D., Tufts College, Soraerrille, Mum.; Hev. Frank W (junaauluB, 1. I., Amour Institute, Chicago, 111.; Rev. Oeorge F. Pontncot, I.1., Maryle-bone Maryle-bone Presbyterian Church, London, Fni?.; Rev. It. 8. MacArthur, D.D., Calvary liupfist Church, New York City, N. Y.; Rev. Mnrtyn Summerbell, h.U., Main Htreot Free Baptist Church, Lowinton, Me,: Rev. Frank M. Bristol, I), Firt Mettiodint Fritcojiil Uinrch, Evanston, IH.f Kv. W. T. Moore, LL.D.'The Chrin-tian Chrin-tian Cominonwoalth," London, Eng.: Rev. Edward Everett Hale, IJ.i., South CongreKHtiona) Church, Rosion, Mim.; Itev. Jonepti Ayar Heet, I). I).. WeBleyau College. Richmond, Eng.; Rev. Cnji.'ir Rene Orecory, leipEig Cnivernity, Ijeipzig, Germany; Hev. m. Cleaver Wilkinson, D.l., University of Chicago, Chi-cao. Chi-cao. 111.; Rev. Hamtiel Hart, 1U.. Trinity College, Hartford, Oonn.; Rev. J. Monro Oihnon, I).l.. Rt. 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OOoow"t.'Ovov T7& I ?Interni 5 J$ici ism Me4 il' oococ Residence Fcr Sale . I will sell my resilience, con. sistinir "I ?evcn room lionse with liall.butli room nml cellar, with wiiter jmjhhI tliroueh the house; nice yards and convenient conven-ient oul-buihiings, cheap. A snap for someone. Best situation situa-tion in the city. Cull on or write me for terms. Wm. M. Koyi.anok, Springville, Utah. I.KGAL NOTIOK. IN tlin Illstrlct Court of the I'mirtli J ucllolii! District in ami for I'tali I'ounty. Si att- of IJtali : In tln mutter of the uhliitcnf Nelson 1). Crumlull. lU i'esisRil. Thf pt'tlllon of John S. BoytT for lrltors of nflnilnlMt ration luia been .sol for liourlnit. Ht 10 o'clock ii. in.. Siituidii.v. May Mli, IW'K. at the curt houst) In I'rxivn City, I'tah county, state of rinli. (iBO. H.WKIK'AMP, lly A. V. KoHMON. Clerk. Deputy. NOTICE FOR 1TBMCATI0N. Lit nt oflicuut Suit I.ukeCiiy, I'lali, Mnrcli II). 1KIIN. Nollce Is hereliy given tlutt the followlnjt-natned followlnjt-natned set tler has tiled lint ice of her Inlent ion to make llnal proof in Kiipport of her cliilin, anil tliat sail proof will lie loitilo hefuru County Clerk, I tail County, at l'io o Clly, I'tah.on Salurdiiv. April M. IMis. viz: Sarah A. Dlatiioml. II. V.. KIllKi fur tho N. ', S. W. "4 and S. i N. W. V, Sec. 1.1. T. S. S.. K. 'i K. She names tho following; wll nessoNto prove her conl Imious residence upon and cultivu. tion of, said land, viz: I'oinrov II. IMhlile. of Mapletoii, and Jonathan I.amlison. Arthur N. Kelly, llyruni Tuylor. of Sprineville, 1,'tat-county.' 1,'tat-county.' I tiili. Also at the sarnie time and place, viz: Chris I'eleisim, ll. K. lliill for I he S. K. S N. E. and K. S. K. U w. Zi. T. tt S. H. :l K. lie names the fiilloinu' wil nesses to prove his Conl inuoiis residence upon and cultivation cultiva-tion of. said land, viz: M. W. Molen. of Sprlu(.'ville. I" lull, James T. Williams. Herman Her-man Tweode, C. 1'. Itoel, of Maplctou, I tah. H. N. Mi'Oni'.w. Kenister. J. K. & A. li. Hooth. Attvs. Xotire To Creditors. In pursuance of the provisions of section ni"fty of fte lie vised Statutes of Utah istw. notice is hereby niven to all persons havlnj; claims a(t' inst F. C. Hoyer and ,1. K. HrinK-hurst. HrinK-hurst. lately (loins business at Sprlrmvllle. I'lah county, Stale of I'tali, under tin firm name of Hoyer & l!rlnj;hurst, to prusent the same, with the vouchejs thereof duly verified, to tlie undersli;nel. who has been duly appointed assignee of said linn of Hoyer & Hi iiiK'liurst., for the benefit of their creditors, it I his office, at the store heretoforo occupied by said tlrm in Sprlnirv'lle, I'tah, on or before t tip lilst day of Mav IHHK Dated SprliiKville, Vtah, lebrunry Slat . lWis. Mauco I). Hoyeii Assignee. J. II. Dowdell XSlctclJLSxri.ltlx. HORSE SHOETnsTSPECIALTY. Carriages and Wagons Repaired. Springville, - Utah, JOHN W. 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A JB9 Filth Avenue, Chicago. I i . ft SALT UKEI TIME TABLE VOR SI'KINGVII.LE. UTAH. GOING WKST No 1. Pacific nmil I.v. 11:0? u. ui. To Suit Luke, Ojfdcn and (he 'nat. No. 5. raasmniT to lalt Lake.. . Lv, 3:H p. m. No. . FuasfiiKiT I.v. 0::iU p. in. No. , Leave n.iVi a. in. (mlxi-dlduily exevpt Hunday. Eurrku and all Tlntlc polnta. No. . I'aclllc llnilu-d I.v. 7:44 p.m. to Suit Lake. Oden and tlm ('oat. No. , Leave 6:16 a. in.. Bait Lake City. liOINO KAST. No.2, Atlantic Exproaa I'V. 8:.ia.ra. to I'. V. Juni'tion and Colorado points No.B. l'asa. and mall Lv. D:40 a. ni I'roni halt Lake to all Hun I't to polntn. No. 4. Chli-BKO limited Lv. :(H) p. m. I). C. DODGE, litineral Manuccr. U II. BAHCOCK. V A. WADI.KIlill, ' Truffle Mutineer. I'HxsfnKf r Agl tQ9QQt1rSf Five ceiiU e i it i aa In sUunps for a beautiful but- Button I - a t ... ...i L3-j''V m. Ill llC tUIIII(ll the world famous fam-ous "Lofiji"' near (teoriicUiwn, Colo. Address 15. L. Winchkli., u. r., u. a o. K Y Denver, Colo. It is worth 15 cents to look nice, Is It not? An easy, oloan have will make you look nice, and you can gt It at the Itarber Shop of AMOS BROWN. Next Door to P. O.. Styliali Hair Outa Always in Stook, The. Colorado Midland Railway Has the best througli cur service in the west. If you are going to Colorado Springs,- Denver, Cripple Creek or nny other point in the East, it will puy you to use the Pike's Peak Route. W. F. Bailey, Gen. Pass. Agt. Denver, Colo. WALKER, C. F. Fisher. Prop. -if- liUJ viCUJl j i va il. -y Rooms with Steam IJeat, 50c to 1.50. $10. t,o$:t0 per month. Restaurant is First- Class. O tj. 1 n: i... m oiju liUvc vjti.jr. fDolen & Are selling To make LOOP I THE " 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. Bala aorl to vat ap abMply (ratify Uta ulnml aimanl anaan4 (or to aam If you don't find this sort of Ripans Tabules At the Druggist's ai a 1 1 iimi,iiwiiiiiiiimi New Service, Chicago Special, Fast Time, On and after March 6, dailf service will be stabli9hed, leaving Denver at 9:30 a. m., arriving in Lincoln t 10:30 p. in., Omaha nt 11:55 p. m., arriving in Chicago at 2:15 p. m. the following day. Only one night on the road. Pullman vestibuled sleepers, sleep-ers, dining and free reclining reclin-ing chair cars. This train makes direct connections with all trains Jrom points on the Oregon Short Line and Rio Grande Western Railways for Chi-cago Chi-cago and all Eastern points. litvMirc your tickets read via the liurlitiKtou Koiilo from Denver. G. P. Thompson. ARt. It. G. W. Hy. II. V. NESLEN. Trav, Pass.. &. Freight Agt. TV. F. MeMILLAN, General Agent, 214 S. W. Temple St., O. S. L. Bid. SALT LAKE CITY HUMPHREYS' cures No. 1 Fever, Congestion. No. 2 Worms. No. 8 Infants' Diaessa. No. Diarrhea. No. 7 Coughs & Cold. 1 No. 9 Headache. No. lO Dyspepsia, Indiflstoft. ' No. 11 Delayed Periods. No. 12 Leuchorrea. No. 13 Croup. No. 14 Skin Diseases. No. 18 Rheumatism. No. 19 Catarrh. No. 27 Kidney Diseases. No. 84 Sore Throat. No. 77 Grip & Hay Fever. nr. Humphrey!' Homeopathto M"' ' Dljeaxea at your Druiririta or Mailed ff- . Sold by drugirhiU, or ent on receipt (if jnott., NX-M ' or! St. flumpUys Med. Co.. Cer. WUIIan md Jobm 8U . New York. Caffpey FURNITURE AT COST. room for a for Send Fire Centi to Tkk Ripans ChesBoai Compant, No. o Spruce St., New York, and they will beeent to you by mail; or 11 cartons will be mailed for 48 cents. The chance are ten t one that Ripant Tabulee are the very medicine you need.