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f app Board ol Education. meeting of the Board of I ueation of Box Elder School was held Tuesday. August 20, members present, F W Flah-burPeter M Hansen, D C Hub-bar- d and C W Hall. The report of Pres- Fishburn upon the plans, specifications and contractors bond for the Clear Creek school building was accepted. Teachers wero assigned as follows: Jean-ettOstiund, Bear River City; Lottie G LihnhoiT, Portage; Geo. Ingram, Etna; Etta Crowther, Junction; Louise Kinnally, Brig-naEighth grade; Sarah E. Guernsey, Collinston; Lavina Sor enson, Honeyvillt; Mathilde Or- lob, Fielding. The matter of employing Maud Johnson as teacher of the Ter-nschool wan referred to the President and Clerk with nower A Dia-tri- ct n, e et to act The date of opening of all the schools of every grade within the district was set for September) 2'kd. The clerk and superintendent were authorized to formulate a code of rules for the guidance of the schools and present same to the Board for their consideration at the next meeting. It was ordered that 1000 copies of the Brigharn City High School annual be printed and distributed among parents and students of the County at an early date. Each board member was au- -' thorizadin connection with the! supervisor within his respective district to employ janitors for all school buildings. The following supervisors were selected: Rueben Nebeker, Wil lard: S L Miller, Penrose; John G Watt, Thatcher; O L Winters, Garland; F E King, North Gar-- 1 land; Harper Rudd, Plymouth. The matter of repairs and re-- 1 novation of school houses was re ferred to each Board memb; r with full authority to act in con- junction with the supervisors within their respective cistricts. It is True Ecoi iomy c You'll Have To buy goods just before you need them, fcr then you have i chance to lock around and Find Goods at Right Prices, If you get in on these Bargains; they won't last much longer. We are going to offer some BIG BARGAIN SPECIALS j Which you cannot always do if ycu are obliged to hurry. You can afford to carry these goods this month and fairly tear things loose. over till next year better than we can and we are willing to pay you handsomely Our stock of everything needful in the house was never more complete than now, and we invite ycu to come in and becompare the quality and price of our goods with others to do it. TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. Runaway Lovers Can't Delta, Colo., Independent: Before coming to town to do your trading look over your paper and see who are the advert if eri and theu go to them anil buy yourgoods, and take our word you w ill never regret it. Von will find the men who advertise are men of push and enterprise, and will give you better bargains than the man w ho is too close fisted to spend a dollar for fear he will not get it back ag'ain. The dav for a man to carry on a successful business with-it advertising fsjpast. Com-petitio- BARGAIN NO. 6. lot of Summer ItruKB Good; worth up to 10e a yard, lo clear the n out all go at the one price, only All Ladies' .Shirts varying in prices from $3.7o up to S9.00, to clear them nut you gut them now at off regular pri.es. A fjo to S The people of Farmington have become so incensed against runaway couples who come to that tjwn to get married, that the t wn council and board of county c jmmissioners have pa.ssed resolution that no more .marriages shall be solemnized in ojr around t ie court house or on its'groundss by any person or persons except jdgesof the district or supreme' courts. etiiU. of Summer Drt'ss Goodi ivorlli up to vard. to dear ibem out ali go at the one price, A lot A lot of Sumner O BARGAIN NO. 4. last you take your ehoice of Summer Dr.'Sfl Goods worth up to SSc a yard, to clear them out all go at the one price, only BARGAIN NO. 9. of "UTAH'S GREAT INDUSTRIAL , bt just half regular An Assortment of Straw Hats. ju ice. Hats for the 25 cents. en- BARGAIN NO. 10. An Assortment of Straw Hats worth up to 75c, to elear them out all go at the one price, only 00 cents. k R. L. FISHBURN SONS CO., TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. 0 jf - Utah Hi SCHOOL." at tire family, all at the one price, only A Beautiful Assortment of Ladies' Shirt Waists, both Siik and Lawn north regular from WjS Up to to clear them out you take your tboice at 85.00, one fourth olT regular prices. I Agricultural College BARGAIN NO. 8. An Assortment of Ladies' Bills, both Silk and Leather, worth regular from SSc to T5e, while they s Keiieve Indigestion and Stomach Troubles Men's Dress Shirts worth regular up to St 35. to clenr them out you take your choice at the one price only 50 ccnls. A lot of 1. h9 cents. BARGAIN NO. 5, bleeding:, show you samples iiml tell you the cost. Tin: TlMRM, Tremoulon. I'tr.li. BARGAINS NO. 7. 20 cents. itching or protruding Guaranteed. Sold by Tremum piles. Mercantile Company . BYSPSSs TABLETS ft A lot so close that he must let people know what he hfta or he will never make a Job Printing for Every Patronize the man success, body. who advertises." W hy not have sonic letter brads and As all the Treniont envelopes primed v. ith your name, busiadvertise we can assure ness and address on beui for the use of the readers of The Times that yourself and family? We run furnish them at very Utile more than the blank thev will make no mistake ones would cost ami thev look much nicer. Call in when in town ami let us trading w ith any of them. KING'S Go'ds worth np to 20c Dress yard, to clear them out all at the one pi'ite, only I j oua-fi.url- . MunZmi Pile Reined;.- coruua put up in pcllaiiblf lube with u noxile. Ks to !pjlv right where lie serom.'kS and inIi relieves at once (In in mill ion exuts. liiiml only BARGAIN NO. 3. n n 15c a 8 cents. i U mer-chant- BARGAIN NO. i. BARGAIN NO. 2. o 40 Here are just ten of the many bargains we are offering during the month of August. Read them over carefully. It means dollars to you. Harris Bros., & 40 40 40 fore purchasing. Waldron to Hurry A Car Load of the Famous Red Wing Stoneware just received. Shipment diret from Red Wint. .Minn. It. ii positively the best Stoneware, and this ear was A Car Load of Stoneware seems to gome DcooL- - II biz DroDOsition: to us it, it esueciallv for our trade merely business. You will appreciate that there is a great difference in the cost of jroods when shipped in snm.l quantities, paying local freight and large commissions to Jobbers, and shipping in earlead lots and buyWe have reduced the cost to a minimum and are In a position to save you ing direct from the factory . money. AVIUM, , hSALE AND RETAIL. Prices much lower than last year. FRUIT JARS AND CROCKS. YOU Will soon be putting up large fruit, and we want to assure you that we are equipped to care for Butter Jar to twelve gallon pic kle Jars. JAR wants. We have them all along the line, from a your Milk Bakers. Pans, Mixing Bowls, In STONEWARE. Several Dozen 1 aud i quart Mason Fruit Jars In STONEWARE. tand2 " Economy" " Thrse Jars arc constructed exactly the same as the Has? jars, but are much better, as they arc a good many times stronger, aud they exclude the light from the fruit. CALL AND SKE THEM. Please do not think we are "knocking" the glass jars; we are not; we sell them, and at this time we have fii hand: Mason and Economy; ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOZEN. two-poun- et. HEAT DOCTOR AND THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS. We ARE Doctors of HEAT and will agree to reduce the heat in are not Doctors of medicine. 80! Perfection Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove does the trick. 120 to Our from degrees your ki'chen REMEMBER: That v. bile the goods in our store are the very best that money will buy. we give you a 120.00 Talking Machine willi the Brit spent at our .store. This means that we give you all of our mono)' V. B Men and Women for Success in Life. Prepares the wealth the honor to the rich, Learning to is poor, an to the young, a support and comfort an aid to llacon aired COURSES OF STUDY: A 3RKTU LTURE. Horticulture, Agronomy, Animal Industry, Veterinary Science, Dairying, Irrigation, Drainage, Farm Mechanics, Road Build' inp, etc. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND A HIS. Cooking. Dietetic; Sanitation, Hygiene, Sewing, Household Economies, Home Nursing, etc. MECHANIC ARTS. Carpentry, Forging, rat-ter- n Making, Carriage BttUding, Foundry Work, Machine Work, etc. ( Hi 00 back You are safe to cill on us for anything in Hardware. Tinware, Enameled Ware. Queens ware, etc. BINDER TWINE, &C. Deering Hinder Twine 'OMMKKCK. - - aini Ph) sical Sciences, etc. ENG N EER NG. Irrigal ion Engineering jointly with the t'niversity of t'tati. Courses also ofTered in Music, Art, Physical Training and Library Work. I A GOOD Price while it lasts. We also have a few pieces of Farm Machinery that we will almost give you. Business Administration, Accoutring, Banking, Transportation, Commercial Law, Stenography, etc. GENERAL SCIENCE. English, Mathematics, History, Economics, Modern Languages Natural 1 e fij It is the Deering 'Good Goods.' BUILDING MATERIAL. We have everything in the Building Material line that you will need for We mean that we have your new home, or for remodeling your old building. everything you will want from the smallest nail to the last brush of paint. Our prices are RIGHT. When you want the best Irrigating Shovel on the market, call on us. Whips to make the "mare' go, and Binder Whips, all styles. Yours for business, Wilson Lumber Company, Utah. Tremonton, "WHERE GOOD GOODS ABE SOLD." CONSIDER THESE ADVANTAGES. large trained faculty of experts twenty buildingl with splendid equipments farms, orchards, pardons, livestock and farm buildings, beautiful and healthful surrounding in one of the best towns in the state a vigorously moral atmosphere ; modern courses of study, carefully arranged to cnat4a men and women to secure the comforts of life, ;knd make every d: v I happy one. All the graduates of the College it Students have been occupy first rlass positions uniform!) The College has good opportunities for securing employment for its graduates, Expenses are km. No charge for tuition; entrance fee S5.00, The illustrate l catalogue and circular will interest you and will he sent free.. Collegi open September 17, 1907. A ; : . ; AD1RESS, THE REGISTRAR, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, LOGAN, mc-eessf- TTTf e. TRY THE TIMES For Your Job Printing, 55 OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE K-IGH- T.