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THE TREMONT TIMES. Published Every Thursday Tremonton. Utah. AVm. d II. Oepwell. Editor They figured, perhaps, thai railroad company was rich and At (bt well able to pav.but that make no ' F. C. U. hen a man lures out difference. Mnn.!ffr4"l. he Should day's work is (Trade Mark Subscription rates, Six months i advance llna vear not ifl advance very the of It rr.ay be early or it may be late for us to enter the COMMERCIAL FIELD, but we are in it and the trade is coming our way I ke the tide and we must "sink or swim" in an e'for'c to supply it. We have a good stock on hand and we c m supply, among other things, Cultivators and Cultivator Supplier, H:es, Shovels, Spades, Forks, Rakes, Rope, Cables and Pulleys, Jackson Forks and Hay Carriers, Hammers, Eat;hets, Saws, Brace and Bits, Babbitt Metal, Files, Rasps, Wagon Grecse and Oils, and many needful things now in for farm use. only to the person who it, d to the employer, but it School hurts other working; men. It plac- - County BoarQc and is considerable suffer for There agitation worthy men arc made to going on in the State in favor of the the misconduct of others. box laticn of the school boards tiCr Ncv.r. class es a ban on the laboring ol each county, making the county oie district with a single school hoard, instead of having so many SUPREME J. A. Better Late Than Not At All. OHM, DOt Consolidation Save Money at Home, "Yjur own Home." BiST COMPANIES AND LOWEST RATES. Better Early Than Late, BUT l.kely to be dishonest in other things, and is not to he trusted any 1143 where. hie year in advance i , do an honest Mm.1i 8rd, WTt. Fire Insurance FARMERS' CASH UNION. give value received. It Entered u t&mui nass matter April, matters not what her hi employer M, t( the Port office st Tmhwim. u ubletopay or whether Etab, under tlte act of enagreas o he be poor. The n M who doesn't ce-ma- COURT DECISION. ' nd Besides a 10,000 pound stock of Binding Twine, we hav2 such machines as Mowers, Rakes, Binders, Headers and a good supply of extras direct from Chicago factories. We shipped some over 4,000 bnsheb of wheat this week at the highest market price and we need for next week, 10,-0bushels. Send us your samples of cats and ail grades of wheat. We will hunt a market for it. Call and see us at Respectfully, Trcmcnton, Utah. FISHBURN, Agent, Tremonton. I FEED, SALE C& EXCHANGE STABLES. Will handle all kinds of horses', draft, roadsters and saddle animals. All horses sold or exchanged guaranteed as represented. Give me a call at the Proctor barn. HODE WOOD, Proprietor, Tremonton. THE KENT HOTEL Ct The decision of the Supreme non. iar is as la now t ne case, II f'nnrt. nf iUo T'mlr.l Sltnl' in tho F. Y. Fishburn summarizes the ad Meals 25c. Served From 6 A. M. to LO P. M. . lease of Kansas vs. Colorado, is said vantages that would accrue lv the Good Meals and Good Rooms. Satisfaction Gudrateed. to virtually declare that the legis-- 1 , consolidation m an article In last latum that provides for the reel 6- Telephone Connection With Both Lines. , week s Box Elder .News, as follows: E. A. KENT. Prop. Tremonton, Utah. mation of and lands is unconstitu-"1- . It gives to all children of tional in that Congress was not au- DAVID HOLMGREN, MGR. ni" uiairicis anci. u.u equal aim iuu- . thonsed lv the constitution to en proved opportunities by a fair and act such legislation bearing Upon equitable distribution of school interstate affairs. he small and sparsely set funds. The declaring of the reclamation tied section nets, of course, thei act unconstitutional would be a se- . greater gam, but experience, shows vere blow to the West, where great Garland Flour, Best on Earth, Wenns got it. that the giving of the larger Abs- Buns, Ladies, don't s veat. Bread, 7 loaves for 2 5e. systems have been estab-HEADQUARTERS FOR WALL PAPER, nets comes as the quality of iner- - irrigation fresh. on Coffee Cakes and always hehed by the government ami many hand, Doughnuts cv It blesseth him that gives ami more are in course of completion r Extracts, 4 10c size for Joe, Townsend's, 8 Crown and Sign and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. him that takes, " Best sized Bottles All '6 15c 25c. Bottles for others. .! are projected. Will Meet Prices on First Class Work. 2. Property is uniformly taxed At times the supreme court Bian ls, Half Price. for the support of education. stretches the constitution to cover All Work Shirts 50c each. "d. It increases the ethciency much mors that the average nun Silk Shirts selling for $2.00 each. A small board of school boards. had any idea it was ever intended 200 Dress Shirts to close out at cost. is selected from a larger populatu n . and then reach to the , again justices Clothing and Corduroy Pants closing out at cost. and consequently the probability hold to the strict letter of the law Examine our Summer Suits at 2.50 each. ot getting better school iboards is and narrow the document to the , There is something in this part of town besides Hot As added authority increased. smallest possible compass. We arc Air and Gumbo Sidewalks. Please blunder in and see comes to the board in the consoli- not disposed to set ourselves up as ..... us and you will come again to datum, greater responsibility and critcnions on this subject, but at dignity attach, in the minds of peo- times it would appear that common pie, to a school board position and sense and common good are violat- they look more carefully to selcc- - ed . by our judges attempting to re- ' tions. . strict the legislative branch of gov- , ' t. school supervisory positions Nelson emment and make of this a govern- Three Ullo Alma Iverson become appointive and experience C. Anderson A. Mantua is and ... . this ment y the judiciary, N.C.Jeppcsoh has shown lus m all parts ol the W. W. Lacluy S. Hunsakcr Calls Fort one of the instances, country t: be m the interests of in illc It. N. Gardner B. J. Record JUeweji TREMONTON nu uih- aii n iriMui urn nun creased efficiency. Collinstoii Hyrttm Jensen J. H. Standing perhaps the single exception of the HoHvcr Dam ('. J. Elmer Win. F. Howen in Ihe "5. Kconomy expemli A Fishburn. homestead law, has tended to do chairmanof Board, J Hear River A. E. Holmgren H.PThorsen ture of school moneys is likewise a E M Wyatt. Member the West so much pood as the recManila E. It. Sherman Chas Kroksli resultant of consolidation! J c Gates. C. Vanausdtln H. T. E. Secrist Sunset lamation law and it will be a mis"ii. l?eiier teachers are selected D c Roush. Riverside L. H. Kennard Jas. G Smith ST fortune for this section of the coUn and hence ii follows that pupils net S B Watland. Fieldirg T. F. Coombs JolVelliDp if the Supreme Court declares more efficient t rainmu, and therehv try Pi. The Mammoth Imported Jack, "KENO," will stand George Shuman. Mahul E. Had ley Sylvester Owens it unconstitutional. Morning Ex cler E. H. Is Nish J. Rudd is of he purpose the schoo more during- the season at Hudson's Barn, Tremonton, Thursdays, John Shuman. Plymouth Treasurer aminer. J. E. Gibbs Hans Knudson Portage realized. fully R F Meldrum Fridays and Saturdays, and at our farm one mile wost of Marshall W. Adams T. W. Sandal R. Rawlins SUMMER EXCURSIONS. "7. All schools are held for the Dewey ville the remainder of the time. Promontory Geo. N. House Chas Stokes STAPH same length of time, thus giving TERMS: $10 for the Season. Curlew C W. Robbing A.L.Peterson The excursion program of the WAKDKOP BKOS., Dewewille. Hah. all children the same school Park Valley I. Hirst hi J. A. Eckersley railroads running out of Ogden has Governor John c cutler. . ii , . . SHORT ORDER HOUSE. 00 . J FARMERS' CASH UNION. i . George Meld rum, Store. Lohr s 1 House Painting and Decorating, . . , . 1 . ( ... . If You f ... . lohr's Bargain Store, . ... . . Rjake at the right price, TREMONTON. . . CALL ON . ... Official Directory. t WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. . - Want A Plow, a Harrow, or a Seed Drill, a Buggy", Surrey, Carryall or Lumber Wagon, a cTVIower, a Reaper or a Hay . . Utah. Tremonton, . . , T Horsemen - 1 been made up and the season will commence after June 1. The rates to most any place in the United States and Mexico have been made extremely low and a busy time is anticipated by the agents of the Secretary Atty. General Auditor From June 7 various companies expense of Die eonsoli to tickets will le sold to Mexico diition districts proves the truthButte will rim to Ogden City. fulness of the foregoing June 13 and local excursions will be run to Salt Lake Jund 7 and 9. State Senator , ", , High schools may be better established and maintained, in fact, consolidation means good strong schools. high "9. The schools secure supplies of all kinds at wholesale prices. .. , 10. HIRED 1 lie MEN SHOULD GIVE VALUE RECEIVED, 1111 Moran employs BOX ELDER COUNTY . Taking a Wrong View. tako a w run if rlMT nf Mfe. and wasto their ncrvmia system in endeavor'nR to accumulate wealth ITnw mnnv Treasurer Recorder Clerk Attorney Surveyor Assessor S N Cole Christena Madson Nephi J Valentine. ,,,, t prevalent among laborers. III U.l,iMwiWH'Ui III 11, hi IIH' School Supt of the building Hrigham depot, that ness they am tbrawiaf away. It Is 0. it. failv stages turnishes a DOt wealth nor honor that makes a Justice of Peace ' nian happy. Many of the most wretchstriking example of this tendency, r,! belaaja on earth have ith. Bvt it Constable Is a sunnv spirit which knows he me,, teemed to be viemg with ,,mv radiant, ,,, triali and lit PRECINCT each other to see which could do rn"iro"'. aatl thus extract bappi- - PRECINCT II l I M I T i, - I , . the least work in the OOUfM of a ,,. neas from everv Incldeut chrlstlnn World. in life - The Chairman A. W. Valentine, District Dr. A. E. Rich, Peter Clegg. M. B. Ran and D. W S Hansen Representative 1 ,,, 1 Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. A C Nelson. Valentine. M R Hart Co Commissioners 1) E Adams litF6 ni"! ti"K of insecti. nun Klul hruisl:B r(.i9vetl t Sheriff Joseph Josephson Atts with Pinesnlve I great many men Diawa out tnftanmattoD. and alter setting out in his ad, that .'.(. Sold by T lament he wanted ()() men, he says in big Mercantile Company. black type: "Only men who are ( willing to work need apply simply shows a condition all too Bredden. S. Rabbit t J A Edwards. Junction T. II. Blackburn Jr. H. C. Yates James Christiansen Grouse Creek Phil PaskettC. C. Toyne Treasurer Supt. of Public Instruction COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. A W once Ilka a poultic. ' .,. iv it. Price F. HyUnd Terrace John Nilssou Clear Creek 0. 1) Mclntirc C. L. Kempton M A 1st Judical District Rates to all points north will com- - Judge Willard W Maughan. mence Saturday, June s, and io F J Holton. Dist Atty California June '.. In each instance Chairman County Com. lrip will cost hut one struck with the ifnifl-cance of advertisement inserted f.lIT. in the Salt Lake papers the other Tkt day by Contractor P.J, Moran Mr huin We were Charles S Tingey. B. C. Call Melvin Nebeker Elias Jensen A E Jensen Andrew Funk Charles Cheal OFFICERS JUSTICE COKBTABlJ Elder Jamet Knudson (). F, Nelson Secretary E. Adams, Members. Don't forget the Times offlce wanting job work. BEE'S LAXATIVE RELIEVES COUGHS w hen COUGH SYRUP AND COLDS Have you ever seen a Sunset ? A. bftUllftlly illustrated monthly magazine of the wide awake West with fascinating short stories, picturesque personal point of view des criptionof the interesting develop ineut of the West, and the romance and history of the wonderland of the earth Ask your local newsdealer for current issue or send t.M for year's The book, "Road of subscriplion. Thousand Wonders." 120 beautiful western views in tour colors will be included tree. 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