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The r e mo nt T I TREMONTON. X EI. DEI. COl NTV, AH. THURSDAY UNE '7. -- 1907 Mr and Mrs V. 8. Feet of Sa!t WILL CE Wants, For Sala. &o. FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT Short edrerlecmenu under this leu. Lake City spent Sunday and part DAY. UTAH will be ineerted for One Cent a word (,f Monday in Tremonton, the g Scofield Kershaw. His Wife and Two MiMr of and John Shuman and emh in idttuu for each insertion. ,u Daughters Ran Down by Train their old neighbors, the editor and Meeting of the Basi-ies- s Men's Associa- Oertieement for lees tliau Tea Cent. at Laytos Station. wife. j Committers Appointed to t;on. Sewand MaohlntS, Sawing Notapou:.d of eosl for sale in the Raise Funds and Secure home from the ing Machine Needles for any mayrwieon their place and the sa ire brueh ranches miles Musicians. ordFo.ks' meeting at the Lagoon , Tuas- chine, also repairs and oil for sale away. The proepecti WM that Cooking by E. E. Brenkmann, Tremonton. will have to be dune with oil ayeTtuiiig, the surrey containing Sco- slow., end 3. Phone Utah. A meeting of the Business Men's J Bell Kenshi.iv, i. is wife ami two daugh as far as wanning the botose i contented was held Tucsdav Uerrwas struck hy ibe Log Angelas Llm Association -- NOTICE. the outlook U r.iiher gloomy. A J The pear and cherry slug u here. Fiihburn, the newljjj lied'.traiu at I ayt.n utiim. nud all four night. Mrs. He'. C:- M. We.'s irba 911 Injure, i : Instantly filed. eie.-f- j was in the chao--. Irsons prSpray at once, with Paris Green, fs an autorr.ohiL' ar olden I in Sin I I aUe 11 nri u ;! W id m the bucgT, acted as sscrs (' for best results. The law is strict C.iy, was compelled lo to the am and illie end lliti la, agod 13 and riulntion of her left leg, which v. :is in u and will be enforced. tary in place of 8. Nihart, who was 'he pt ed in the accident :.ou t!, .n pa iif the a was attend' nt. There WM, good CARL ISAACSON. .lul.v 1st r:!l the mail sent ance and all seemed interested in f faihe. A (Vmnien; nn tl.er. inp tbev ar Tree inspector. oi t of eve al tho,)4nd o t fta in the the matter. The report of the fi- proatbeil the ci JSi.ig the horse seem Unite I States will bi capeiully bworted Bounty Notice nance eomraistee showed a balance ed to realize the danger and plunged for e j o to us. r an 1 an ar d we ghed hn la order to secure homily on oovfltM. hccu Kto aii in. t kcj of the weights. of 82.30 tin hand from the fund left Ward, dragging the vehicle directly in The horse and viltl cats, it i necsnsry Ui bring Tail will oontinUe for s'x months and over from the last gala day, June front of the locomotive. rrill itail a g o I deal of 0 c! r.t work on loth. to the Clerk, the skin with seslp cleared tlie truck but the buggy was end tail connected end the hones of t fie part of the postmaster and his c'e . Th bodies of the mother and After some discussion of wavs! front leg from the knee 10 Mm The ohj el to rfete mine il e weight of commit and Hbc daughter wcic found on the pi lot of means, the following mail carried by the t'tilto d and to fix auk imart. tees were appointed to take charge the engine and those of the father and m . t lieir com pcn-.iiSubscription Paid. ( a u. t!;e wt.rk ior t tie proper ceiebra-f:h- er reighter were found last in the s The Idles and tinge of Insects, Tlie Dushore Keriew says that a r of and 24th: relieved nt tion Utah bruises and burns sell! for a auhacriptlon to the local Day, July pilot cuts, ground and mangled beneath is a of good character. once with Plneenive Carboticvsd. I he train was Arts' it C C Committee to secure band running very fast and We have Issued the following like a poultice. Draws otil inSantinatioti, as a Charles McClure, Felix Zeth yearly quarter of a mi in from the since our Last report: it. Price 85c, Sold by Trcruontj Wilson, Try MT. l'.WH C. Hadler to April, iger. pue before it was stopped. The acci Mercantile (Jtwnpany W. O. Wrea to Oatoher. 1907. S Lohr, tvnt was wn.sed by a great man jr spec Finance Committee-- 1) Will Stay a Few Days Longer, I remonton PoftorTlre. l Uie .uon who were "orn,r stnL,,:sn Vol. 4 No 17 ft fr I fr Bears are not found in the Bear River Valley but Bear River Valley Farmers will find it to their advantage to have an account with some good safe bank like this one. j 3-- fr BEARS - 7-- '4r fr w fr fr fr fr fr fr X If fr m 1 fr fr fr 1 STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. . 4. fr I ACC0UHTS UNDER STATE SUPERVISION i AND CONTROL. i ' yr WE INVITE EVERYBODY t '. ! To make onr store their Headquarters when they come to Tremonton. Come in and look around. You will be un- - i sen-burn- , pa-pf- Galpin and S B Wat land. Committee on nrozramme J A Fishburn, I) Holmgren, Thomas Wal Iro: (' Wilson and Charks McClure. Committee W H Advertising Tr.t ana v Ui- Keller Alvm Capwel sen. The committees will begin active work immediately and do every thing possible to make the 24th of July a day to be remembered in A good band will be Tremonton. secured, the grand stand on the bail ground will be completed, and the town made as attractive to out siders as any other town in the val it - understood that a Ion i (i ui ntTfOfltivfi i".JlU Rt I programme oi sports tor the young ioIks will be one ct . T, the prominent features ol the day, ( joae Tor the South at 8:10 11:00 Dr. Dibblee, the eye sp 'eiH;t and op- tieianof Salt Lake ( i'y. who has bum at K nt Hotel the past week, will remain J few days longer in un cr m eocoiuniod; te those who desire his :cr ices but have, been unal.le to meat him. Those desiring glasses SltO should call on him while he is within reach and thus save a a.m. p. in. , Tor the North at 10:00 a. in. Mafia Arrive from the Suuiii al 10:90 a. lit. 1 p. m. From the North at 3:40 P. m. ?:4H i rip to the eitv. Ice Cream Festival. Town Locals. The ladies o? the M E Church hold an Lee t ream cestivci m No Next Week. raternal Hill on Friday evening, Juns 281h. The menu will consist In order that our help may have af Ice Cream, Strawberries, Cake ancl t'irt everybody and get a little needed reereation, is ot.e!, goodu to come even V. Cue we shall issue no paper next hive To wear their overcoats arid Now don't bother the j week. gum boots in order to get there. ; Paper j postmaster by inquiring why The Fourth oi inly Reduced Rates, Times don't come. It will get week the Fourth after around the Please read this and remembf r The Oregon Short Lino annouces reduced rates for return trip lick- there will be I 4V I r v ! : ' i i I . i .1 J UI UVWl ICS, .r" in I Ujpiless is something long there will be one Tre-mnto- done before of the great- est coal famines here next winter that was ever experience.!. Our oal dealers are making every pos- - 1 i We ettort to get a lew cars lor the threshing season which will soon begin, but they are unable to get slt)Je I . a u , it. We soil them. Rugs, Etc. Carpets, and most have one of tie largest up-to-d- ate Treinoritori FisFBiiture Company. ,.,v.... UllllioullUlil Lilt produce it or the railroads piUUUDC that that haul I Nearly everybody in Tremonton is out of coal and their only fuel and that is getting so scarce that it is sage brush j L is t . , Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination Whftt they will do for fuel the coming winter is beyond our range of predictions, but we know that unless the men who prevent the mining an(j shipping of coal to those who need it and are wiUinR tQ pay for . 1, ret out of the way and let oth-- i ers have a chanre thcre wU1 hn a Wyttj 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. ( )ur stock in all departments offers exclusive styles, yet variety enough to afford free choice and fit all purses. .Neckwear the nattiest of the new in patterns and styles. 1 cr.-w- g ULX iea rigg i V one- - stocks of Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Quilts and Blankets in the county to select from, and we sell them at the very lowest prices. Come and see. . " Cream if you use a Everybody should have in many a day. ' fie e Peerless Ice Cream Freezer. nuunriii Tremonton t'lut-- i 0tL to make good . iiui n tiic iJcr5L that has been given KEEP COOL Ice If vou will oat plenty of good, an be cool. It's will easy thing Cream, you always UX . Harris Bros.. & hcme-matl- h , in any Way. TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. i f detriment to nnv others Without and without flattering Mr. Picker-wit- prizes a Latest Spring Styles ; A Fine Display at Lowest Possible Prices. Waldron , ,. 1 DU', DUl COme Fancy and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, Evervthine Good to Eat at '.. 1 i- for tin vviuners. It i ox peetad that there will ba a large list of c mtestanta for the prize and in order l to pet eve:-y!ii ets sold on the 3rd and 4th of July interested, tha list of and good to return till the 6th. In eTnits will be published a week or two No quire of your nearest station agent in advance so that all mar kUoW what is in store for thosa who come to W. T. Hudson ri turned Tum1kv for further particulars. Mrs. on (hat day. The committees n'glit from a f"v dv s visit, at Brigliain. Children's Day at the I. E. Church. will make preparations to entertain a Murk Lcaritt of Garland vrus it Tie . crowd an there will be plenty of re..n,.., big "r..,i.... . i ii ii ii ra nr .iiiiiiiij l.nst Snndav- evenitip- the Ltlll- - freshments provided so that none may . . Jlr. and Mrs. David Btohl of Brigham d en s Day exercises took place at Our readers msj bole go away hungry. rioted relatives in town tub weak. the M. E. church and there was a for a part of the programme in the ncit Mrs.E.R. Sherman rctaoeu Bundav not onlv ol the issue of this . . good attendenee paper. . , inoiuius from n three week's visit B children but of their parents and We are assured that one or two eim-iother friends as well. The exer- - ofk.se bull will be played, the Garland Mr. Spangle of Oklahoma is W-iseconsisted of songa and recita-gue- st team especially being invited to come of her sou. Dr D.l.ble, at Ho-- ; )y memberg ()f thfi SundftV down and try litlos with the Treimmt tel Kent for a few days. schooland thev all acquitted them bovs. Mrs. A. X. fbttMfi spent several ves verv nicelv considering their mih friends fl days of last week (hey had ;f MrAlvinM. West, a real estate L anil rehuives in llrhOmm. (fl practicf,. agent formerly located in this Val- -- We handle the very best meats Thee exercises are looked upon ley but lately a resident of Calilt. at the most bv some as of no value, but the is fornia, spending a few weeks with prices. OU on ih for aujtUing in that ,irnp ig ooming when (ho children the family of (1. M. Winzeler. Mr. ( o. line. 1). IMIat.it.i.,1 fctho "old WitsF of the na-t.)- d West brought a number of families etan.i. T,en.nton. t i.n , and these little things certain- to this region a few years ago, and I.ost- - .V pair of ladies' puamlet iy preparc, them to acquit. them-driM'i- ,most of them are doing well. He r1 .vi-Sunday nighr. Finder Uver better in life than if they do still has as optomisti6 views of the will please rpttlTn to Mis Swerdfegtr, not engage in them. possibilities of the Bear River re- Lohr 'a Store, Tremonlt)n. bent to Another Field., gton as he ever had, and believes The new liank ha? mine this is no better land or climate there week. The brink layer. have bwn husil-iuThe congregation 01 the M. E. anywhere, and he has traveled ex-- ! and their work begins to skofr wh?it He thinks that a man Church was greatly surprised last tensively. the building will look iiie. afternoon when Rev. R. E. having thirty or forty acres of land Mrs. Anna Kelly ha returned f rom Sunday announced that next Sunday in this vicinity, by setting out an Twin Falls for a few d s'i uitend to Cilpin would be the last time he would apple orchard of ten acres and tak business herei She - well pleafed with; to the Tremonton charge. ing good care of it, and devoting the country in Idaho and savs her sons preach He aid thev would nrobablv he tha remainder of his land to sugar arc clem iny up a ranch and they will he beets, oats, alfalfa, wheat and poSurprised, but not more than ' aoon prove ui.'oii it. was when the presiding elder had tatoes, could in ten or twelve year-- ; --We pay the hlgheetmarkej priced Uotified him day or two before have an income equal to $600 or hceeee. veal calves and bog. Call on (iia( llP lft( use fo"r him in another $S()0 an acre from all his land. if you have anything in that line to MIL j piac(, Rnd , hat he wanted him to go He bases his calculations upon D li llaiumondct Co., Tremonton. The new place to what is being done in California, immediately. & Co. : II. wnmenc-Hammond bnv which he will go is Bingham, some Oregon and Idaho. We have the 1). ed moving their bnlfdlagl. They are Ihirly mile I south of Salt Lake, and soil, climate and water to produce moving the old meat shop to the west unt il conference meets Tremonton I he fruit and all it needs is our peofar enough to allow them to put Hit and Curinne will be Supplied by the ple to have the energy to go ahead and do the work. Troctor Cafe building on the place presiding elder, S are ornmer The stood. John where the former generally people lyre Po3t Office Honrs on tlie Fourtli of u hoasing the job. lorry to have Mr. QUpio leave, for i a geni:.l man, Ml exemplary Joly. The etreet work hat atood about Mill he worker an Christian and energetic fnrtbef.at"ek.but ome of the aide Tlu TremoBtoQ poitofltM will be en effortl Ut a.l Eoi the good are being extended and gravelled. Who frotn 10:80 to noon, end fr rn 0 4 to T 10 d PPM hm the good work proceed. N'o Um of ,,,r (,1"irrh In therTeniuK on the 4th of July, on account of it 'eitiw e iiirwl ho'idsv. erri" 'i!' m'!' pioiper Mi Paper Next Week. j i i TO Summer Underweai4 k&)&?Vf A or less, for all sized heads Straw Hats, thousand, and all sized purses. Can fit U. frank Pickering r al j UUUUba IJlCSS Pickering's Ban Her. The entertainment given by J. in Wilson's Hall lu J l' a i '.orr.i' i i r.r ins t w .lt(,.. audience than was present on that occasion. The storv of Ben Hur as written by the veteran General Lewis Wallace was told in graphic manner, and being finely illustrat- e with 125 magic lantern views,: mostly potographs of paintings and oriental scenes, brought back the salient points of the great story viv idly to those who had read it, and in those who had lieyer read it, it If ODligatlOn j tarribli sight. I CL& HO Some of our Newest Things. f F K Mails j fight on before long lhal will wipe Isome of them off the earth. The majority of mankind ar?: long-stiffering, but the time occasionally be a comes when patience virtue and this is one of th ise times. -, i m ESTRA Y NOTICE. sure-to-plca- STATE OP IT AH. Couuty of llox Kldcr. In the Rawlins Precinct of said county. I have in my posscri ta tin- f ll jHStribed eelray animal which, if not se Quarter Sizes COLLARS Collars the famous Triangle I.incn brand guaranteed Linen and and they're only 13c. (2 for 'Joe.) instead of the 'J")c-Linen collars usually cost. 15c. Each Two for 25c. i u tl w end . h udder ' public miction to ti.e it.tny residence in I'oin; Lookout, In ruti day of Precinct, on .Uondny the JItliy 1907, at i lie iiou r r r. m Description of Animal: cie.im.-- i.h, -: i One bay I wcislunir h poundu, eisht or :$on t,u Held euiuitil iinpoi:-l"- pmlnetoothe20thdHv of Have vou ever boueht vour hats of us 1 If not you are coiniiig to you. Without bragging, this ,,f ,r,.ttinj till that's Valley never saw such stvics as we tire showintr for Spring and , Mllllllier. . . '"' '" i, branded i MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. in Juno. ai i 1907, and will bewddto pay duiinigee done lo property of O. M. Steed. 'I'. . . 8ANDALL, Rawlloe PreeJnct. for PonndkMper iiiid f&fl Plat Mushroom Shapes chiefly prevail, made oi Tuscan PcroXiil ine Braids for Si 75. $2.25, $3 XX) to $'.0) Are . lor siiuirt dressers, bats in this shop. Onr All new Shanes. No made-ove- r eastern buyer atiida us a Bhipntent once :i week direet front the manufactureri! (l.'-iLrn- ed TREMONT MERCANTILE "KNOCKING IS NOT OUR FORTE."- - CO.