HAD TO KEEP PROMISE. Woman Paid Penalty of Almost Conscience. LOOK MANY MEN IN PUBLIC L. P. JENSEN, Here Is a point for Mrs Mary Wil kins Freeman in one of her studies of New England conscience. A family moved into a nice apartment U I nice house. The next Sunday they had callers. "Aren't these rooms lovely!'' exclaimed a woman visitor. "Are there any more flats like these to rent?" The hostess said she believed not. "Well," said the visitor, "if there should be a vacancy later, kindly let ine know and we'll move in immediately." Just before going away she reverted to the flat. "You'll be sure to let me know if anybody moves out, won't you?" she said. And the hostess said she would. The next week s nebody did move. "What shall 1 do?" wailed the hostess. "I'd rather live in an insane asylum than in the same house with that woman." "Don't tell her about the vacancy," suggested her conscienceless husband "Oh, but must," argued the woman. "I promised and 1 cannot break my word. I simply can't live with that woman, but I shall let her know about the flat and if the worst comes to tiie worst and she moves in, why, we'll move out, that's all." And that, in spite of the protests of the mystified man, was exactly what ihev did. Successor to ('. Gates, is -- till .1 HEADQUARTERS Fur Hats, Caps, Shoes and Rubber Good, and dents' Furnishings, Will also carry a complete line of STAPLE AM) FANCY GROCERIES which will he sold at Live- .. - Live Prices. Le: ; I am Making a Special Drive on HATS, GLOVES Wanted No Small Deposits. up in .it 7:30 p. m. Methodist at the All services I'on in '.in- i ited. B. L. GILPIN. wheat per bu. . in ni ebufch ! I Pastor, Baptist. : Morn inn Services: 11 sundav School 12:00 Preaching EVENINO 'reaching Prayer Meeting , Vedn d,. nili j Evangel cal German who is inclined to "throw a bluff," as they Congregation. A few say down in the Bowery. We will hold services in the Baptb to and had he $300 deposit, ago days Church the coming Sunday, at 2 P. M, decided he'd change his bank. He All are invited to attend. dropped into a bank that is well Theodore Wobus, Pastor. known to accept no small ueposits to and tord the teller that he wanted wi t open ani account. "We. don't accept small deposits," said the teller, and his tone was not exactly what might be called soothingWho asked you to accept a small "I deposit?" demanded the youth. did want to start an account with ?50,-00but I'll go elsewhere." He got out before he could be stopped, leaving the teller with a look of pain and chagrin scattered about his countenance. 5 & 3 Rules for Business Success. Power to see the future has a certain place in business an exceedingly humble one, however. It is employed professionally by some ladies and price of gentlemen at an average about a dollar a sitting. They can see things afar off, but not the landlord who is coming up the stairs to throw (hem out, nor the policeman who is coming around the corner to run them In. Prescience and clairvoyance have no place in the equipment of men who are able to make a livin" In less hazardous and persecuted c ings. There are plenty of i. ...dible rules for success. Some men who have succeeded are rather fond of laying them down for the guidance of the young. But nobody least of all their authors ever infallibly succeeded by them. Everybody's. Butter per lb. Eggs per doz. .90 .95 .2 2 .071-- 2 .051-- 2 .15 Zj MADE TO I .08 .80 ORDER SUITS will sell the famous Chi- cago Garden City T&yloring Co Suits, cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. M. T. RICHARDS B. C. CALL, Utah. Deweyville, Lawyer, County Attorney. Practices in all all the Courts, Office Co cut House, Brigham, Utah. Both Phones. P. O. Box 972. : S. F. CHRISTENSEN Scientific Optician EYES TESTED FREE With L.C. Christensen and Sons Brigham City, Utah. Nebeker Lawyers Sp1 ty M (0 3 Suite Commercial Block Logan Utah. 6 P.O. Phone 70. BROTHERHOOD Q 3 and o OF AMERICAN Box 54 YOEMA ' 2. For and Against. Yr?, Marie," said Mrs. Gidday to her maid, "I do hate to have my husband kiss me after he comes from the of barber's. I do so detest the- odor " that hailliantlno on his mtistr-"tno "po yo" i rather lil ' paid. j Striking facial reseinhhinces of m.-in nubile lite and in official circles in this city are frequently commented There are three men Widely upon. i:nown whose similarity of face and form is so striking, sayn the Washing '.on Star, that queer mistakes of ideu lily are experienced every now and .'hen. The lesemblaiice of the president to his distinguished secretary of the navy and attorney general, Mr. Moody, has always been the sithj.-c- t of remark and now and then of humorous mistakes Now that Mr. Moody has lieen elevated or at least transferred, to the supreme court of the United States he has come across another double lu the person of James Mailer, clerk of the supreme court. The resemblance of Senators and Forakei is also striking. If Mr. Foraker's well covered head were matched by the hirsute adornment of Mr. Aldrich the resemblance would lie complete. Hut standing side by side they appear as brothers and their similarity is frequently commented upon. Now and then Representative Adln It. Capron of Rhode Island wanders over to the senate end of the capitol, and whenever he does so he gives a shock to some one who upon seeing him is startled at his striking resemblance to the late Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. He is aorj robust in appearance than his prototype from Pennsylvania and much younsei. Hut the resemblance was always Striking. Two senators stand as competitors in the degree of their resemblance to the pictures of a widely advertised doctor, the virtues of whose remedies are announced in the public prints in connection with a picture of the doctor in an attitude of attention with uplifted hand admonishing the sick. These senators are Clay of Georgia and La Follette of Wisconsin. They are enough alike to be brothers were it not for the fact that one is of the most generous build, while the other is below the average height. Both wear their hair pompadour and both can defy the senate when they make up their minds to. Senator Carter, of Montana and Representative Livingston are rivals In the role of replicas of Uncle Sam. When Livingston went, to Venezuela some years ago to observe conditions there he was warmly received by the people who knew the United States chiefly by having seen pictures of Uncle Sam. When they saw Livingston they declared that he was Uncle Sam personified, and some of them be lieve him to be the owner of the United States. Either Carter or Livingston could pass anywhere as the prototype of the typical Uncle Sam without adding any stage paraphernalia. The likeness between Senator Cul-loand Speaker Cannon is also frequently remarked, and Mr. Cullom's resemblance to the venerated Lincoln has been commented upon ever since the two knew each other In the stirring days of the war. Representative Lacey and the late Senator Alger were strikingly alike. Whenever Mr. Lacey visited the senate and sat on the divans at the rear of the chamber back of the desk of the Michigan senator the resemblance between the two was remarked hy people in the galleries. Since Senaator I)u Pont of Delaware, the head of the great powder company, took the oath of office he has been mistaken on many occasions for Admiral Schley. Not long ago his right to the floor was questioned by some visitors, who declared that they knew no reason why Admiral Schley should be on the floor, and they finally accounted for his presence there because of his having received by name the thanks of congress. Later they learned their mistake. correspondent. Carpet Weaver have a new loom and am I d to. do the best of weaving. P S 5 0 Bring in your work. Any work left at the Tremont Times ollice will be promptly attended to. MRS THOMAS LAWS, Thatcher, Utah. D i it a Q. 0) 0) i 1 1 n l9 Bett for fl A Cold, Croup, I Whooping Cou:'i. Etc. JM B H aW Queer Objection to Phonograph. about scientific revelations," remarked a II street man to his neighbor in a Fourteenth street car the other day, "but think a certain lady who lives in an adjoining flat to me has the very latest In the remarkable sound discovery that second-hanwaves have a marked effect upon the sensibilities of marine life. It happened this way: A party who lives across the hall from the lady was entertaining a company of friends tho other evening and had set his new phonograph in action. The last War ing notes of "Waiting at the Chun h were dying away when a ring and tapping at the door was beard. The summons was answered, and there stood the scientific woman In question. 'I must ask you to stop playing that phonograph.' she said, 'It disturbs my goldfish Washington Star. 'Talk I Clyde, thinks that the most probable way to obtain the services of crews is lor nautical schools to be established at or near all the principal seaports, the boys learning in these schools to remain on shore and to be taught the "three R's," but their printo be seamanship. cipal instruction They should be sent regularly on a voyage in a sailing training ship. i Beai i.er V.ille; Homestead No (49 meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday evening of each month at 9 p. ni., in the Fraternal Ball, Tremontou . M.B, Hart Foreman. E. P. Bums s How to Obtain Sailors. The marquis of (Jraham, who Is learning ship construction and engineering in one of the shipyards on the 1.25 .2i'&,25 Hart Against "Snippet" Sermons. The bishop of Oarlyle, himself a most eloquent pulpit orator, preached recently against at "snippet" sermons of ten minutes' "If people would duration, adding: not listen to a discourr-- of half an hour let them go." A good deal depends on the material of the "snippet" or the half an hour discourse. "Man John," pathetically exclaimed a Scotch minister to his ruling elder, "whey due ye snuff sae muckle whan I'm John "Weel, minister, ye bae the remedy into yer aln han'; pit inair snuff inta yer dlscoorse!" Barrow-in-Furnes- Oats per 100 lbs. Feed barley per 100 lbs Brewers barlev Beef cattle per lb. Pork dressed Pork alive SKM II. Shattuck, Pastor, Har- .55 Chickens Potatoes per 100 ' 7:30. All Services are held in the Baptist hurch. You are cordially invited. A Globe, SERVICES Preaching every alternate Sunday 1 S inday School (0 p. 2:00 p. Preachin? Evening Services strange thing is the universal longing of professional men and others who have come to the city and have prospered, as they advance in life to get back to the country. It is seldom that they do not return, and when they do there is often disappointment and things do not appear as they, did long ago. The change is In the man himself, hut he thinks it is in the country. Nevertheless, the desire to get back to the old country place to end one's days is very genera!. Sir Walter Scott refers to it and compares the course of a man through the world to that of the hare which is started from her lair, and after a long chase and making a large circle ends by returning to the nest from which she started. A There's a young fellow lem, says the New York Corrected Weekly Bv Wyatt Bros Methodist. A FTERNOON n TREMONTON MARKETS Church Directory. Among SHOES. C& I hi,. I TRADE-MARK- olilaini-- S No Opits, Conforms to National Pura Food Rnfl DruB Law. In or no lue. ne otrtum PATCNTli THAT PAY, adrertue uieni tborouijuly, at i I fata you to kucoww. cxmOMl and U St..l ni" !' 1. (.lioto . r l,.r FREE 21 Ion Atntabl'ltT. yoaTV BHMHM SUR PASS, NC, REFCRtlMCtS. Fur free Mtililo B' k on Profltiihlr Patrntu write to all cuunu T'rt Seventh Street, WASHIWOTOW, D. C. B03-80- 5 I twiiu.i.aariwii All coueh nyrupi containing thf howeli. Bo--'c- th For Sale bjweU By NEULES oplitu Bec'Liitire n4 contala Corinne, Utah. Resemblance So Striking That Queer Mistakes Are Frequent Among Statesmen and Officials at the National Capital. MAIN STREET, TKKM )NTON, FOR COUNTRY LIFE. Desire Is Almost Universal Successful Men. Cole Banking Company, LIFE HAVE THEIR "DOUBLES.' 1 LONGING MUCH ALIKE Over-Activ- confti-p- tf CfiufhSyru no tfUcMa Tremont Mercantile Co. for the Kidny 30 OaV8' TRSATMEHT FOR H Ot Failing of the Turkey. "Of course, I had plenty of good things to eat during the holidays at home In Mississippi." said Representative Candler to a group of friends, "and whenever 1 eat turkey I am reminded of what the late Cov. McNutt used to say aliout the bird. McNutt was a great eater. One day some friends were discussing the merits of the turkey as food, when McNutt said: " '1 think I am a pretty fair judjee of good things to eat from possum and iaters to terrapin and chaiupame-bu- t I confesi, I don't go wi) heavy ,m turkey. It is such an IncoDtsulcnt Httl too mflWi for kind or bird Jn on" man and not near enough for two " - l'.ud up Capital if Personal EtaipoatlbUtty, tlO.000. MQ.QM ftfOHfltS and Correspondence BottOjted All business with ui will receive prompt and careful) attention. Interest paid on time deposits. D. R. ORB1SON, 8. X. COLE, Cashier. President. EXPERIENCED Rock, Brick CEl Cement Block WORKMAN. ( All work guaranteed Taemonton, I tali, 'isti'i'iis a specialty RICHARD SCHWAB, r V E. ( II (tALPIN. GALPIN C& AS. McCLUR E. 1 McCLURE, DEALERS IN fines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Main St., Near Railroad Station, i TREMONTON. UTAH. a L VERY FEED and SALE STABLE Main Street, Tremonton. Good Rigs and Careful Drivers furnished at any time at reasonable rates. Will liny, Sell or Exchange Driving or Your Work Horses, All stock guaranteed as reprtsented, W. T. HUDSON, Proprietor. patronage solicited, PEARL SALOON Choice Wines, Liquor and Cigars. Pool and Biliards A. B. Manausa Proprietor. UtaV Garland, I um OBTWICEV. DISTANCE t a9 Telephone Facts. The 'Phone enables a farmer to keep in direct touch with the markets, so as to know when to buy or sell. IT enables the market to make him offers for his produce. IT enables the farmer to obtain a forecast of the weather, ami prevent destruction of his crops. IT enables the farmer to quickly summon all kinds of help, 500 feel or 500 miles, it makes Bo difference. IT saves many and trip to the store, other business places when poada are bad or he is luisy with his work. TRY a 'Phone and you will wonder how you ever Tt along without it. a post-offic- e leaf River Valley Telephone Wanted ! Co Everybody to advertise in The Times. Our service reaches aU parti of the Valley Try it.