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SQUARE JAW IS xo AMERICAN. Typs of Man Who Makes Hi. Way Spite of All Obitaclet. In la commenting on the BriMsh Medical Journals statement that "The American of presents a firm, square Jaw, broad brow and clear, keen eye, which together usually render the recognition of his nationality a matter of no great difficulty," a New York editorial writer says: "From these features we single out the square jaw as the American feature. The American nose is not much to brag on, and if the American forehead is unusually that is a case for the hair specialist, not the phreBut no other race of men nologist. have such jaws as the American. If anything, they may be a little overdone. There is too much bone. The thin is long, square, overassertive. It militates against the perfect oval of the classic countenance. Some of us are Inclined to the prognathous. It would seem that the house of Hups-burhas cousins among us. But all Jn all. It is a good fault. Thank heaven, we are not a sheep-facefolk. "The history of this people is re corded in their jaws, not in their noses. Their individualistic jutting chins tell that they have had to make their way and have Inherited nothing but the disposition to do It. The receding chin, the fish jaw are the penalties of being born with a silver tiwon in one's mouth." y vatt rTDirn oinuu UniD 1UU IMW If not, We should like you to D HEADQUARTERS Unfortunate Tipping D D FOE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES D D Hats, Caps, Shoes and Rubber Goods, and Cents' Furnishings, D which will be sold at Live- - D Blunders. 1 At J. C. Gates's old stand, 0 MAIN STREET, TREMONTON. 1 MARKETS Wife Says That Husband Drank His Product All Winter. Weekly By Wyatt Bros wheat per bu. .55 Oats per 100 lbs. 1.25 The late Joseph Jefferson took dePreaching every CO light In telling a story of "business" m. Feed barley par 100 lbs .90 .unlay School ,j. In the earlier days of the Walnut 2:00 p. m 'reaching Brewers .95 bark:r Street theater, Philadelphia. Evening Services was being played and all was go.21-lb. 2 Beef cattle 7:3'J nt per p. in. ing with intensity. Then came a All Methodist church. at services the .071-- 2 Pork dressed scene between Camllle and Armand, in the course of which a servant was fou arc in', ited. .051-Pork alive to enter with lights. "In those days," R h. GILPIN, Pastor, said Mr. Jefferson, "sea island cotton Butter per lb. .2C&.25 was stage ice cream just as molasses doz. .15 Baptist. Eggs per and water were stage wine, sherry or Mokni.nu Services: Seuvickr. alternate Snndv i 1 " 2 port, according to the proportion of Chickens .08 11:00 molasses. Armand and Camille were Sunday School 12:li0 Potatoes pel 100 .80 seated at the table, where they had Preachinjr been enjoying such viands as these, Evening Skih ices: 7:30 r.d the!:- dialogue was making the Preaching MADE TO ORDER SUITS very best of an impression on the Prayer Meeting Wednesday uighl at crowded house. Then in came that, 7:30. maid servant with the wabbliest sort All Services are held in tin- - Hnptisi I will sell the famous Chiof a candelabrum. The scene was so Church. You are cordial); invited. engrossing that she was scarcely noA H. 8HATTUCK Pastor cago Garden City Tayloring ticed, but when she sat down her burCo Suits, cheaper than you den between the lovers and one of Too Much of a Task. the candles toppled out and put the can buy elsewhere. A London professor has been countice cream in a blaze well, the strain were that the germs picked up by M. T. RICHARDS was broken. The entire audience burst ing Dewey ville, Utah. into laughter and the curtain had to a woman who dragged her skirt 16,500,-00He found the street. through bo rung down." Harper's Weekly. of the:H We are authorized, howB. C. CALL, Lawyer, ever, to say that he did not take ths The Talking Tree. trouble to name them all. County Attorney. An alumnus of St. Stephen's college Practices in all the Courts. F. of late said the SeyBishop George Office COURT House. mour: "Bishop Seymour founded St. Kri rhnm. Utah. we and treasure here many Stephen's B th Phones, P. o. Bo 972. anecdotes about his wardenship. The bishop was fond of trees, and one day, walking with a young lady, he pointed S. F. CHRISTENSEN out to her some of the fine trees in She professed the neighborhood. Scientific Optician great interest and delight. She cried: 'How the noble aspect of beautiful EYES TESTED FREE trees stirs up the keenest emotions of With L.C. Christensen and Sons the soul!" Then, patting a great, rough Brigham City, Utah. trunk, she went on, 'You superb oak. what would you say to me if you could C& talk?' The bishop smiled. 'I believe 1 can be his interpreter,' he murC& mured. 'He would probably say, "1 beg your pardon, miss; I am a - . A : 03 09 srt Z 3Ft gjfr CP mm Bfa U Hart mm Nebeker Lawyers " Suite The Danube. The Danube is not the largest or longest river In the world, but Its beautiful blue waters flow througli countries in which 52 languages and dialects arc spoken. Its total length is 1,875 miles, and the Danube basin covers an area of 300,000 square miles. of K bears upon its curiL.it the commerce of Eastern Europe. "The Beautiful Blue Danube," a waltz composed by Johann Strauss II., is perhaps the best known and most popular piece of dance music in the world. It has caused possibly a million marriages, and may have prevented a few. This same Strauss, by the way, who died only eight years ago, was the composer of 400 waltzes. four-fifth- When Courage FMed. "A man should always have the "Yes," courage of his convictions." answered the member of congress gloomily; "but when it comes to voting to increase your salary even the Htoutest heart Is liable to forget Its high sense of justice and moral duty." Washington Star. Accounted for Increase. When you started on Expressman your trip you had one trunk, but I Wedderly .see you have two now. Yes, when I started away my wife packed my trunk, but when I got ready to return I had to do my own parkins. That accounts for the extra trunk and 6 Commercial Block Logan Utah. Phone P.O. TO. BROTHERHOOD va fits pro s Wat a Bit Rattled. In a Boston court, or" 'ay recently, a bit of roc ;ment who caused by a was a colwitness on ...c stand. : ored woman, and very nervous. "Where do you live?" asked the lawyer, after ascertaining her name. "In Boston," was the answer. "And on what street?" "Camden street." "Now, how long have you lived in Boston?" "Ten years." "Prior to your coming to Boston where did you live?" The witness hesitated, her eyes rolling from side to side; then, just as the lawyer was about to repeat the question, she eaid: "On Dover street." 5 OF AMERICAN Box SI YOEMA i Bear River Valley Homestead NoSdfl meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday evening of pach month at 9 p. iu.t in the Fraternal Hall, Tremonton. M. B. Hart Foreman. E. P. Burns Correspondent. Carpet Weaver ftz o O 0) new loom and am prepared to. do the best of weaving. Bring in your work. Any work left at the Tremont Times office will be promptly attended to. MRS THOMAS LAWS, Thatcher, Utah. I have a Bailor Col A, droup, Whooping Cough, tie. nd TRADE-MARKpromptly obtained in obtain PATENTS all countries, or no tec. THAT PAY. adTprtPm them thoroughly, at our to mcrem. ajtd you help exponas, Send modal, photo or kHrh for FREE on patentability. earn pra ijpp. BUR t0 For free Guide PASSING REFERENCES. Book on Profitable rataHti write to Seventh Street, WASHINGTON, P. C. B03-BO- B No Opiates, Conforms to National Pura Food and Drug Law. 1 fi cough ayrupa containing opiates ecnitl ptte tbe ooweli. Bee't Uiatire Cough Mr ? movea the bowel tod contain so opteU. AH Main St., Near Railroad Station, TREMONTON. UTAH. LIVERY FEED PIHEULES for the Kidneys 30 DAYS' TREATMENT FOR JI.OO id SALE STABLE Main Street, Tremonton. Good Rigs and Careful Drivers furnished at any time at reasonable rates. Will Buy, Sell or Exchange Driving or Your Work Horses. All stock guaranteed as represented. W. T. HUDSON, Proprietor. patronage solicited. Needed Golf Stick. PEARL SALOON Tr. I). A. Sargent, the director of the Henienway gymnasium at Harvard, was talking about the new game he has invented a cross between basketball and football. "Of course," he said, "one plays It a little awkwardly at first. Hut then, one plays every new game awkwardly, Choice Wines, Lit) nor and Cigars. Pool and Billards A. B. Manausa eh? Proprietor. Garland, once saw two young ladies making their first essay at golf. W Utah. "'Dt'arme!' said the first young What shall do now? My ball is in a hole.' "The second young lady took out u book of instructions. " 'Let me see,' she said, turning the pages, 'I presume you must now take a stick of the right shape and get it lady. out.' " 'Oh, yes, of course.' said the first young lady. 'See if you can find me a stick shaped like a dust pan and brush." " Large Ears of Forest Animals. Within the limits of particular groups large eats may he taken, as a rule, to indicate either great powers of hearing or the necessity of catching every wave of sound, says the Scientific American. Thus, forest dwelling animals generally have much larger, and especially broader, ears than their relatives inhabiting open country. An excellent Instance of this is afforded hy the okapl of the Semllkl forest, as contrasted With the giraffe of the more open districts of Africa the ears in the one case being excessively , while in the other broad and they are comparatively narrow and Similarly, Orevy's zebra, pointed. which inhabits scrub jungles In and northeast Africa general ly, has much longer and wider ears than the ordinary zebra of the open veldt. al loin Do You Use a Phone? If not, you are missing one of the i necessities of modern life. LET US SHOW YOU. leaf-like- BEAR RIVER TELEPHONE COMPANY, Simi-alilan- Warfare Againit Wood Pigeons. campaign Is being arranged In Until Devon, England, against the wood pigeons which abound there and which, it Is calculated, are responsible for damage to crops running Into thousands of pounds annually. The movement is being organized by the tenant .armors, but all the landowners and Jhootlng tenants are being Invited to cooperate, It Is intended lo line (be borders of :he great woods where Hie birds pass he night with guns, and when they return from their day s foraging to hoot them, this being the only way In which warfare can be successfully waged against them. Profitable Work. "I believe every man ought to ?ood and plenty always," said the man. "It never pays to work on smpty stomach." "I disagree with jou," remarked iul t stranger; "I've found !hupays very well." "That uo? What kind o' work eat fat u Hie JOHN SOMMER, O. S. L. rou do'.'" "I'm a stirRtOil." do Utah. Manager, Tremonton, TIME TABLE. MALA I) VALLEY BRANCH. DEPART ARRIVE No. NO 88. No. 32. 31 No 34. 4 9 K I 0 9:55 10:10 tM :3H fin 7:07 li : 7 The niix M 7:18 liSO 't train '.n 840 H:'( KivrrsH'' PleMIng Plymouth Wksliski" MhIr) lo t hi- - RmiKhis tlsily cx'r 01 H:5 S:50 N:45 Oarlmifll 7 p.m. !l:07 1 Central TREMONTON l:U :V WmilnHn Kvann Monitft fi:4H 11 9M Conooe 12H 1120 (1:40 Urijiliiun 2o 10:22 10:27 10:31 10 37 10 52 M A P. M. A. M. 12:01 1.00 iI. I 1142 - For Sale By Tremont Mercantile Co. McCLURE, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. A (D (0 C& HAS. McCLl RE. DEALERS IX Instead of "making hay while the sun shines," as most farmers do, Farmer Sanford Slsson made cider. Azuba Slsson is the wife of Sisson. They were married in 187S, and have a daughter 17 years old. The farm of the Slssons is near It is one of the pretty Norwalk. farms of the neighborhood and capable of producing flue products, but of all things that conic from a farm cider looked the best to Sisson. In Norwalk cider is generally regarded as a temperance drink. Not so does Azuba Sisson regard the cider that her husband makes and which she avers he drinks. It was Sissonl cider that caused the domestic breach. Recently Azuba Slsson applied to the common pleas court for divorce. In her petition Azuba Sisson says that Sanford Slsson makes the cider in the summer time and stays drunk on II nearly all the winter. Azuba says that S&nford's summer cider has kept Sisson intoxicated nearly all the winter for several winters past. Cleveland Plain Dealer. 0 ( GALPIN Farmer's Corrected Methodist. Afternoon ' F. E. GrALPIN. WAS TOO FOND OF CIDER. TREMONTON Cement Block WORKMAN. Much for Audience. bich." Corinne, Utah, have had nervous palliation or somePersonal Responsibility. $50,000, thing! Why, what do you suppose'.' Paid up Capital $l(),0oo. When the minister called before the Accounts and Correspondence Solicited. wedding. I asked him whether it was for cassocks two to have necessary All business with us will receive prompt and the hilde and groom to knee on. Ue smiled, and said be thought that careful attention. something thicker would be better; and Emily laughed right out and left Interest paid OU time deposits. the room. Well, of course, I knew I'd 3aid something wrong so corrected S. N. COLE, I). R. ORBISON, didn't mean cassocks.' myself. Cashier. 1'resident. And said, 'I meant two Cossacks.' what do you suppose he said?" "Asked you whether you de3lred a foreign military effect?'' ventured the guest. "No. He said that. Judging by the present state of affairs In Russia, he CBl doubled whether he'd be able to get doubthe them; and even If he could, ed whether they would be agreeable to be knelt upon, induing by the way All work guaranteed they were fighting oppression. Oh, I Cisterns a specialty was so mad! You can bei the next won't beat around the bush; Tiemonton, Utah. RICHARD SCHWAB. time I'll come right our iinil ask whether or not we need two pillar3!" Harper's Weekly. EXPERIENCED Rock, Brick Jensen, of Candle Too "Cam-llle- Cole Banking Company, Cood Lady Annoyed at Her Series of I Prices. e ACTION. said Mrs. Italaprop, talldol to a friend about her daughter Emily's wedding, "I'm glad It's all over. It it had lasted a second longer I should think we we IN "Yf" All prices, 15 to 40e. have tbe finest in Tremonton. Church Directory. EFFECT OF SCENE. for do so, MALAPROP o Our Coffees? d SPOILED 1 MRS. 8:21 BAS 7 52 7:1 r.t Suivl 1 1 P, M. 4:55 4:30 4:13 i N 3:5K 3:50 3:40 IJ6 2:.V M 245 9iW .'"