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TEMPERANCE DEPT l W. C. T. V. Edited by Mbs F A Cook v m r WW iK V , C fi V i W. C. T. U. If you are thinking of buying a A Wagon, let us show you the Winona, which has no equal. A FOR (mwxIs. full lint' of ieut's Furnishing complete relics. ItlK larr' df i 1 ii Fiiiu'v trrn- - notions. Come and try us and be convinced. We will treat you right. WATLAND C& COMPANY, Office at Stohl Furniture Store Will meet all competition for cash. II u :i 2 Tremonton, Utah, J. G A T EL &d , CD . 1 Ti ciiicitic tali- - II itsMu'.$:r. J. Ull o not only the frenters of our Declaration of Principles, but also the choosers of our Like badge, our motto and our name! the apostles of old perhaps the founders of the W, C. T. I'. builded better than they knew. 1 The essential qualities which have from the beginning distinguished while ribbon methods and which have been largely factors in the organization's n marvelous growth and development, may be summed tip in the words of a resolution framed by MissYVillard and adopted at its first convention: "Trusting Him who is the Prince of Peace, we will meet argument with argument misjudgment w ith patience, denunciation with kindness, and all our difficulties and dangers with prayer And there is always a "next thing." Not.uutil "the Kingdoms of this world are become the Kingdoms of our Lord and Jlis Christ," not until men are 'transformed by the renewing of their minds that they may prove w hat is that good and acceptable will of God" toward a mankind, will the work of or- U ( A with Its principles and the adaptation of Its methods to its policy, the more (irmly are we persuaded of its divine origin been b HEADQUARTERS Also, a good line of Buggies. , must have cr.rn r.; " liats. Cups, :inl ItnJilx r Truly Ih ribbon white is a badge particularly appropriate for au organization so deep a to principle, bo n broad as to policy. White, the in- elusive, bo color because combining ail colors. Colors of the Kingdom are the seven in one. Token of service to the King is the knot of white on the breast of a W. C. T. U. woman recognized and respected the world over as emblem of peace, purity total abstinence audi .Silently, but potently it prohibition. ' ' For God and Home and Every peaks Land;" silently , but eloquently it tells f mother love and woman's achievement. The more our thoughts dwell upon the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and its meaningful claims, the more deeply are we impressed with its Christ-likincliiRiveness. The more we reflect upon the harmony of its policy Inspired, surely, n 0 0 Declaration of Principles of the I STAHL, i tor Choke Wines, Liquors Headquarters and Cigars. i ntlOlONTi ( N, TTAH BOfl A ii dire u ii r i b ura L oiieoe n i U I .l S U l U II I ii i L-- feed iivery C& GREATEST INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.' "UTAH'S ! " j X '. igfi and J I (J 'noes. ochi WOOD HMOS. PROP.S' Utafo Iremonton , ( X EiS. Liuuora and Ci its Proprietor. Ijirhind PEARL SALOON Liquor and (i,ffatH. Clidicc 'W'iiK's, PR EPA RES MEN is Learning AGRICULTURE Acronomy, Horticulture. Animal and Industry. Veterinary Science," Dairying, Irrigation Drainage. Etc. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AN D ARTS Cooking and Dietetics. Sanitation, Hygiene, sewing, Household Economics, Etc. MECHANIC ARTS Carpentry Forging, Pattern Machine Making, Carriage Building, Foundry Work, etc. Work, COURSES are also offered in Music, Art, AGRICULTURAL, LOLl.b u ; s I. I - - .t,.,I y'""". l A- n- H.nl I .. y.. i...' ' "V , , it , , WoVn, h l . opportunities aiiomeo im Btltdfl, aWrilil Mininment. mora .1 spleodidi success of its students. carefully now iic;lt('l S I'ClllDllI .'it WORK S t dm iMiutl Work. (nlARANTIvKJ) n AU U arness. remonton asffiiat DEALERS IN . AND ETC. Sweat Pads Harnesses Halters Saddles Collars Whips Blankets r, ompanv 01 IHKNESS QOOOS KINDS Mrs Agusta C Balnbridge, president of writes San Francisco County W (' T rah i CM Di A. iim al ' I larlauvl , von ... V" ' ' Stephens brothers Proprietors,, Bacon BNGJ N BERING Mechanics. Surveying, Designing, Irrigation, Sewerage, Hydraulics toads and Pavements, Htr. COM MERGE Business Administration. Accounting, StenograCommercial Banking, Transportation, A phy, Etc. GENERAL SCIENCE Comprising English, Mathematics, Historv, Economics, Modern Languages, Natural nnrl IMiwica Sciences, ihtc Physical Training and Library Work. i ill itl'ds Fool and V K. ( IMPORTANT IT IS the' .,. consider v". I STUDY COURSE OF ueroreyou uiri Sl'('( R aired onor to the rich, an aid to the young, a support and comfort to the wealth to the poor. . FO WO.M EN A N D . This blessed message came on a postal card: "The mother from a distant state." whose request for prayer for her only son was t he first that appeared in this column, wishes to state that he was guided into the home and employment of a Christian business man. She desires to thank God and the Christian sisters who joined her in prayer in his behalf and to request their continued prayers that he maybe won for Christ's service. She urges other mothers to avail themselves of the mighty power of united prayer for their dear ones. I EPH. COOMBS, e PRAISE AND PRAYER. Imirr W . 1 be accomplished. ganized mother-lovThe Woman's Christian Temperance C'nic n has a long and busy future before It, and its expectations are aptly expressed in the words of the Master: "Oh woman, great is thy faith: be it unto thee even xs thou wilt!" GARLAND CLUB Se 'Tents and Awnings Bicycles Bicycle Supplies. Sewing machine Supplies Oils gardens, pnrad live stock, farrlis, orchard Tin Ware Repaired. from the heart of things in that Twentv buildings, provided will, the best, niWern equipment; and I'flicicnlt, work. A strong faculty of I u .in cViT i hi I. iU'li .1' ii'" " "'"'""n" ' Do not i.it I... us at mm section: ne.u and j forget u;lh; esperiuas, and REASONABLE PRICES, Km,m. Me in chanto of th work of inslriiction ... ' Shoes Resoled and Repaired '1H experts, representing tne si vVril e now for ill ll rated catalogue. hour. Let us be earnestly the Boon-tidfee opens ). Entrance College otpi. mentation. No tuition. nni tonHprle remnmherftd. for we need COLiM ;E LOGAN, UTAH. AGRICULTURAL REGISTRAR, THE ADDRESS the wisdom and strength that God alone 10UK. ",41"' IOCXT noOHTO HAW can give." Never were the minds and brothers and (sishearts of our to ODD FELLOWS good and holy in- "When over the fair fame of friend or foe Mary had a little lamb ters so susceptible in rib The shadow of disgrace shall fall; fluences as now. Let every white TItEMONT LODttE. No 4") meets It got a wandering fit stead gboner leap to the privilege of prayer in even ursday at 7:"0 p. m. In Frater An automobile came alonmil la1 L Of word of blame, or proof of thus and so, this hour. Now Mary's lamb is "NIT!" V E A Roche, Y.U. Let something good he said. R.O Wren All work (iuanmtwfl turn aside BROTHERHOOD Of AMERICAN Y01MAN Estimates iimuV A white ribboner. well beloved, fell "No generous heart may vainly dead o TMi.-ikIn way of sympathy, no soul I'", m. ' Rear Hiver Valley Homestead No Wlf ill, and a comrade was speaking lovingly IS. F. CHRISTHNSEN and (Horified, awaken 4th 2nd and mil"' Smith of meets But the strong this evening may Saturday 2W miles West and of her to a mutual acquaintance, It In the Fraterat month of each he said." m., p. If Scientific Optician something good third not a W C T I' member. Said the nal Hall, Tremonton. saw never "I woman: anything third EYES TESTED FREE M. B. Hart, You It women! Wit e brag like you temperance jL.C. Christensen and Sons Fnrcmao. Mar-iagLicenses. Burns K. P. Brlzham Citv, I'tah. friend Now so! X your on one aaother ALL Correspondent about same you. those things Jos Issued to was just says A marriage license And you are all the same! Other women eph Young of Perry, aged 22, and Mias Cgc, HORSES AND MI LKS. al comment The ." do that don't way Ellen Cole of same place, aged 19, Aug most rose to a complaint, whether against ust lothI have a new loom and urn We are buying all grades of horws Lhwyers " "you temperance women" or the One to James C .Jensen, aged W, and Ulwk ( 'oinincreial tl Sulti and do best to of weaving. the and mules at the highest market price., "other" side, wa not made Miss Elizabeth V. Peterson, aged 'ii. I tal tr if 'f vrn liAire hf)r.nr.r ffiiiJes jjyognu Bring iu your work Any work Bo! Fct On rrsl Rlackainithing, P. But let us keep this reputation' Phone at tin left at the Tremont Timca ofllce y..u iY. to buy or excluxgc, call Horse SboeinR, Wagon atut rOiall we not pray fnr one another in Fife HtablcK Bros., mind of of the be Sale will attended ami Liverv The to, aspirations promptly Carriage repalriug . private and bear testimony to comrade t'ta I'rcuionton, THOMAS laws, rhntchcr, Utah, AdvetttisQ with us. it PMJfi rUnd, arc the ttwld of character. lovwablMMua and worth. iu publlu? God-visite- , 11 I - i ' i e UKXKHAL t fAr-we- REPAID SHOP- - CfcoeifiOTi I Contractor and builder. Utah Tremonton Carpet Weaver Haik WANrffiD Nebeker Pcasnall So D rake. d :. lib.