4 The Tremont Times. TREMONTON'. BOX ELDER COUNTY, UTAH THURSDAY, Wants, For Sale, &c. Short advcriecments under this head will be inserted Ujr One Cent a word No ash in advance for each iusertlon. hdvertiscmcnt for less than Ten Cents, ill eifl' T.. :.. i, i r house and young fruit a new blocks north of Kent outbuildings three H. C? Nelson. Tre Hotel, price $900. mouton. Apr. 21. pd. , two-roo- FOR SALE. One good milch cow , one dozen chickens, cook range, cupboard, kitchen cabineut, ifon bedsteads, i.hairs, couch and other small household iroods, ail nearly new. Call at H. C. Ncl .von, three blocks north of Kent Hotel. - 1!- v sweet cider Call on L. H. Getz Point Lookout, Utah. Farm for Sale, About 0 acres with good improvements in El wood. John Burman. FOR HATCHING. EGGS Strictly high class, heavy lay: Rhode Island Reds, Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, Blue Andalusians. Single Comb Buff Leghorns. $1.50 for 15 eggs. ing strains, as follows THOMPSON'S POULTRY YARDS, Why work hard thirty minutes knead does Universal" lag dough? The the Mixing and Kneading of the dough in three minutes. They are tu the Hardware Store. Mrs. Felix Zcsiger returned Monday evening from a few days visit with relatives aud friends in Salt Lake City. The poetical editor of the Garland Globe had set his heart on getting a of clothes at our expense, but says he will have to give it up as the Tremon ton boys will never be able to beat Gar land's base ball team in a game of ball. That may be while Garland has to import a team to do the playing, but the Globe man forgets how it was two or ihree years ago when Tremonton won b'x garnet out of seven and can do it a ;ain if Garland will use local plaxers i lstead of imports. Tinware that will not rust, and tie best Galvanized Bucket or Washtub that ever was made; at the Hardware Store. Oriau Bryan aud famiij left for Grid lev, Ca'ifornia. on Wednesday, and will make their future home there if they Hod ell things favoraJdeon tin fr imivial. Mr. Bryan has rented his farm here to Daniel Boss of El wood who will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Bryan. They have many frieuds and neighbors who are sorry to part with them but extend their best wishes for their success where ever they may pitch their lot. Fishburn & Sons have teen decorating their store this week with turquoise and gold paper ribbons, which adds much to the general attractiveness of the place. Such things give a cheerful air to aj business place ar.d cost but little except the time it takes to do them. Those who would like to see The Times prosper and become the leading paper in the Bear River Valley can help a little by sending us one or two new subscribers eicb. It is already pretty well in the lead, there being but one other paper in Box Elder County having a larger cir-llatlon or a better advertising patronage, but as one of our exchanges remarks "a local paper canuot be considered a n proposition . It is for the pur of pose exploiting the resources of the and town community in which it is published, gathering and disseminating the news. It is a public institution , belong tug to all the people," and their cordial " 'Pport is necessary for its existenee. If you have a friend w ho has any interest iu this part of Utah, send him The Times for a year aud he will thank you every time he gets it. A cave-iat Asren tunnel cast of i()g-deTuesday caused a blockade of train-othe Union Pacific and trains from the east were run over the Oregon Short Liue by way of McCamuion thence down to Ogden. It will take several days to clear the track. new-sui- Bear RiYer City, Utah. Subscriptions Paid. The Dushore Review says that a receipt for a subscription to the local is a certificate of good character. We have Issued the following "certificates" since our last report: R, O.Hfren to July. 1907. Dr. K. II Dunn to Jauuary, 1908. Sehmeid Brothers to April, 1908. . Town Locals. Tremonton Postoffice. Mails Close For Lie South at a.m. 3:00 p. m. For the North at 10:00 a. m. Mails Arrive From the South at 10:50 a. m. C:48 p. m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. Get your garden seeds now. . All kinds in bulk at Fish-bcras- A. N. Fishburn made a business trip to Brigham Wednesday. W. F. Proctor of Buhl, Idaho, was in town Monday autl Tuesday looking after his hotel and cafe property in this place. Sheriff Josephson of Brigham w as in tow n last Saturday serving legal papers connected with his oflice. We want to sell 200.000.00 worth of Hardw are, Lumber, Paint, etc., this year (1907). We have the goods, our price is right and we are out after the Wilson Lumber Company. Mrs. J. A. Smith and two children of Ogden arc. the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cook, for a few days. J L. Stearns of the Coriune nurseries, drove up tr Tremonton Monday after noon delivering trees to customers along Ihe line. The safe, certain, reliable little pills that do not gripe 01 sicken are Ring's Lit tie Liver Pills. Best for sick headaches, billiousness and lazy livers. Henry Mauka.C. A. Kelly and Rev. A II. Hhattuck went to Twin Falls, Idaho, last Friday. The two young men will remain there for a time but Mr. Shattuck expect ed to return this week. Dr. A. A. fan liuld of Malad was greeting old friends in Tremonton on fins day. The Doctor was on Ml way home fit ra Canada and stopped oil between trains No matter what you want, if it is II A R D W A R B. W O 0 D E N-A R E, STEELWABEorL U M It K R, see Wilson. Fred Nihart of Twin Falls cainc down to Tremonton last Friday to visit friends for a few days. He will take Mrs. Nihart back with him when he returns some day this week. Hard Wood for Wagon Reaches, grease for Wagon Wheels, Carriage Paint to mane tne out rig loo new ana dips to mane inc mare go. at tne llarrtware more. We notice in the Buhl Pioneer, the new paper up in the Twin Falls district, Idaho, that the Rev. R. E. Gilpiu, pastor of the Corione and Tremonton M. K. churches, will hold services iu the sebool house in Bunion the Htb of April. t i c one-ma- , An Excellent Entertainment. Wilson's Hall was pretty well filled Wednesday evening with an interested company to see Lubin 'I Moving Picture exhibition and they were not disappointed. For two hours and a half they were most pleasantly entertained with the panorama of San Francisco during the fire following the earthquake, scenes rep resenting a bank robbery and the pursuit of the robbers, a highway holdup, Uncle Tom's Cabin and many other life like pictures, the whole being enlivened by a aeries of illustrated songs. They used is the oxy by rogen lime light which does not bare the flickering of a; electric liirht and U not so hard on the eves Krerybody was delighted and we heard many expression 01 commendation of We t;n the whole entertainment. t bin entertainment is to be given in Garland, Fielding and other places in the Valley, and we can honestly say that if given as well in those places as in Tu roon ton. those who attend will not bf disappointed. ' Dress Shirts. A very large and carefully selected line of Silks, Mohairs, Popt I, Sati sea, etc. LIGHT WEIGHT UNDER WE VR IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS. Remember We are Headquarters for the l .,..; I, I. Reliable Corson Gloves, RESOL VED, THAT THE BUSTER BROWN Stocking is a boon to mothers and a snap for Santa Glaus. Paltey. 17 Old HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. This part of the Valley may seem onl of the way, but it is also progressing and in time will excel the upper part of ihe 1 ..,. ., it pon euteriu the , aetual duties of li tvwit;o i;Lf ii t a t ii3 u,7 nii.miv'1. I'win iiwi 'i lau.etTir".romnch. E..sy to take. W life. sale by Tremont Mercantile Co. "Householders would do well to ocFishburns have anything cupy the day not only in planting trees, but in renovating and beautifying their you want in Garden Seeds, and homes aud grounds, as a means of prebuying them loose you get as a valuable aud object three times the amount for serving health, lesson to their children and neighbors." in your money that you get packages. Busier Brown. m uron & Where you gat the Best At the Bight Price. arris Bros. Tremonton. NEVER UNDERSOLD. You Want If A Plow, a Harrow, or a Seed Drill, a Buggy", Surrey, Carryall or Lumber Wagon, a rJTVlower, a Reaper or a Hay Rjake at the right price, CALL. ON WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. Bargain Store. There are a great many goods that are first class that we buy cheap and sell cheap for cash only. full Hi oz. We have it premium Coffee at 17 Tea than first also a class Jap at 40c, better any 50c tea yu can buy in packages. See Take a peep iu the WIN DOW at the Store. Hardware Alford Hansen, a young man of the Don't forget the Times oflice when Seventh ward, fell through an open sky wanting job work. light in the roof of the pavilion being erected for the Logan Amusement Co, BANK REPORT. last Thursday morning, resulting in that rendered him unconscious for tvo davs and which may ultimately Report Made to the Secretary of State By the Cole Banking Company, Close his death. Hansen was walking the roof and failed to see the opening which was covered with building paper. He fell about thirty live feet and would undoubtedly have been killed had he not alighted on a fellow workman, August, Christianson, who was working on the ground floor beneath him. Christianson's left ankle was brokon and he was other- wise injured. Botli were taken to the hospital where it was found that Hau sen's scalp was badly lacerated, but it was thought his brain was uninjured. He had just recovered from the typhoid f jver and his vitality being low he may yet die. lie has a wife and one. child in destitute circumstances, and the people have subscribed something like 1835 for t'jejbcnefitof the unfortunate man and his Of Dress Goods is now complete, Before buying call and see our large We aaways iika to show you something good and reasonable whether you buy or not. line. Gents' Plain and Fancy Sox. Ladies' Hose, 10 cents up. old reliable Tomboy BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS. The Eyans Station News. j 4 Xo OUR SPRING LINE membra nee. I There are remaining but two farms of ft brush and we trust their owners will wake up to the fact that they do not the planting of as many trees aud shrubs jpon and flowers as possible, both by private improve the looks of the country as much Is a productive farm aud a neat little individuals and by the otiicers of public If these institutions, in house would. Institutions. p. The people here are anticipating the c innection with the work of planting, of the telephone, and then there w ill conduct such exercises as most ef- luxury Is the H. F. 1. route which will be gainfectually to impress upon the minds of ed before these ambitious people will the present and of the future citizens of iv'fc lip. the state the great value and beauty of f J. C. Wheelou and C. Campbell were a thrifty, growing tree, a double object Evans visitors Sunday aud returned to will be accomplished. their homes in Garland by the evening "Especially in the schools should this be Joue. By a proper appeal to the loy- train. Mrs. A. S. Yoder made a business trip alty and public spirit of the students, it to Brigham Mondav will be possible for the beautifying of Reese and family spent Easter school grounds to he secured, and at the Mrs. C. Wardrope same time for this invaluable lesson to be with their daughter, in Ehvood. taught. The children should underS. A. Yoder and wife commenced house stand that each growing tree has a life, Reese house this week. the destruction of which ia an offcuse. keeping in the Aud thus will it be the duty of man to Tblrty days treatment for kidney blad beautify the earth and make it a better Ic " troubles and rhuematisin for SI .Oil. home, be impressed upon those who arc Y itrinoney refunded if not satisfied. Late Logan News. Vol. , t FOR SALE-Go- od and cider vinegar. 11. 1907 Saturday the 20th inst ., is ex pected to bring some of the finest Monk iu the state for exhibition. Two yonag men of i ly rum were arraigned before the Justice's court of that place on Saturday, March 'i3rd. for violat ing the tobacco law. Both of them wen fender age. The older one, who ia nearly twenty ne rears of age, was lined 110 for furnishing the tobacco and the young er one W for rising it. The Hyrum Coop was also lined 115 for selling the tobac co to a minor. The tines were paid and the lesson tliis learned will be kept to re CUy on n'inD left Tremon Arbor Day. t0D Tuesday morning for Oakland, Call-'ru'm- tueir They have Xexr Monday, I lie 13th, lias been desig in f' 'ends this mde mny place who iutetl i,y Governor Cutler as Arbor Day. ol wil he sorr-- t0 The following is his proclamation U111U -a" UP ;,ueuoaor Whereas, by the statutes of the state practice here and was considered a .er . jf UuU U)e 5th d,y of Apr, is set m incnt fixture, hut his mother's health, apart to he observed as Arbor Day and which had become impared since the "Whereas, it is made the duty ef the earthquake and fire in San Francisco, governor to issue a proclamation calling caused her to wish for his return, and fur the observance of this day; now, receiving a very fluttering oiler of a prac therefore. tice in the Qolden State, lie concluded to I, John C. Cutler, governor of the accept it at once. Mrs. Dunn came ()f Uuh fe xjl.UR. of M. wiih him here joa! after their marriage accord in and the statutes, quireeaentof last Christmas, r.ud bad just bcLiiu to auce w ith the public custom and senli g.-acquainted with the people here who. do t)efoby tk.,j,,lmt(. Monday. generally admired her. She was of de April 15th, 1907. as Arbor Day, to be ob cided musical tastes and delight the served as such throughout the state. f.'w with whom she became acquainted "1 urge the observance of this day in with her whistling, an art in which she , i. ,.,,, :m t,.i,i,.i, .:, i, , i, ,i was an adept and had no competitor iaLtd the Honorable S. Sterling Morton in ISoth have the fil.s( t'lis part of the country such a day be cele that guggling best wishes of many friends for their brated. This would include, first of all. Mls Dr-aU(- APRIL Us For Groceries. Just received a fine line of Embroideries, Laces, Shirt Wabfeand Gloves. Closing out our Clothing itt First Cost. Call and sec our goods in every deIf Our We sell the Garland Flour. partment. Prices are right ami yon are right, we want your Yours truly, trade. D. S. LOHR, Tremonton. o i family. Mrs. Emma B pence Chapman, daugh trof Augustus Spence, was struck by lightning last Tuesday while returning She home from the Logan cemetery. the after was unconscious several days accident. The new skating rink in this town ia Hearing completion aud the managers hope to open it to the public April IStfa. They havg invested about 1100(1 iu a "mechanical band," a lately perfected invention which will plav twentv 'foot tunes of the f.m-.- t band selection.. This Report of the condition of the COUE Bankiko Company located at Corinne. in the Coanty of Box Elder, State of Utah, at the close of business on the ihh day of March, 1907. RESOURCES $ 9:5,495.34 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts 8,795 41 725.00 Furniture ik Fixtures Due from National Banks 18,075.10 Cash on Hand 1,720.4(5 1,460.77 Current expenses & taxes paid Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in Undivided Profits Individual Deposits Honds f 124,281 .07 $10,000.00 2.H0I.27 88,479.80 23,000.00 Total HMWUI STATE OF UTAH. I County of Box Elder, t D. R. Orbison being first duly sworn according to law deposes and says that he is Cashier of the above named bank; that the above foregoing report contains a full, true and correct statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 9th day March, 1907. I). K. Okiuhon. Subscribed and swoin t" before mc this 29tu J of Man h, 1907. CO. AllNEV, will he used continuously except on spe- (8KAI.) Notary Public occasions when the best local music ) STATIC OF UTAH, obtainable will be provided. Office of the Secretary of .State. 1 he (. ache Commercial ( lub at a re...... ,,r Wiu .f r u fr t: tl crtMOIICIlltntOI V r.?iL .,"i,lhn ' r the state of Utah, do h.reby certify that l&MM honoring Hon. W. S. McCornick and Hon . W. J. Kerr, who by resigna the foregoing is a full, true and correct lion have severed their relation with the copy of the statement of the above nam Agricultural College of Utah, with which cd compRnVi now on ne in my office this they have been connected as President :t0th day of March, 1907. of the Hoard of TriiHt. es and President 0. 1. Timer, of the faculty respectively for many Secretary of Stale. cii ( yas ,i The hit; horse show planned for this i ManZan Pile Remedy RELIEVES WHEN OTHERS mil Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination ( Our greatest pride is our success in pleasing fastidious men. The man who knows what he wants finds it here and those who like to depend on our judgment appreciate our familiarity with the fashion world's most exclusive offerings. Our slock in all departments offers exclusive styles, yet variety enough to afford free choice and fit all purses. Neckwear the nattiest of the new in sure-to-plea- and styles. se patterns Quarter Sizes COLLARS Collars the famous Triangle Linen brand guaranteed Linen and and they're only 15c, J fur 2.V.) instead of the 25c. Linen collars usually cost. 15c. Each Two for 25c. ( Millinery Department. If not you an Have you ever bought your bati ol u not getting all that's coming to you. Without bragging, tiui Yallr never uw fueh style- - at we KM showing for Spring and J Summer. Flat Hughroom Shapes chiefly prevail, made of Tuscan and Peroxaline Braids for $1.75, $3.23, $8,00 to $600 Are designed tor smart dressers. hats ill this shop. Our A Shapes. No ma.h'-oveeaHteru buyer send us a shipment once a week direct from n uf Hftttmfc j)M. r Tremont Mercantile "KNOCKING is NOT OUB FORTE." Co.