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DEPT TEMPERANCE V. C. T. V. Edited ly Mrs J. C. GATES, 0 C F A Cook o 30E30Ev40v (QOOO FOR HEADQUARTERS Stranger Within A 1 the Gates. (Continued from last week's issue.) The National superintendent of the department of Christian Citizenship closes her last annual report with a paragraph which with some omissions . . . boodle graft and is as follows: civic dishonesty subject our laud to the scorn of honorable men and the ridicule of other nations; . . . the universal laws against gambling are almost uni vcrsally a dead letter; . . . blasphemy is so common as to be called the. American vice; . - , the piobloins created by foreign immigration, child labor, indiscriminate marriage, divorce 'religious ploygamy' are unsettled; . I J 1 N . the general government imposes upon Alaska the infamous policy of having its public schools depend upon the revenue from vice; . . . the debauching tyranny of the saloon continues to have as partner this Christian . I If you are thinking of buying a Wagon, let us show you the In Winona, which has no equal. U Also, a good line of Buggies. jj We will treat you right. WATLAND C& COMPANY, Office at Stohl Furniture Store H H Tremor-ton- n government selling its permits to any on prohibition ground: . . . the internal revenue system of these jiroud United States makes the manufacture and sale of liquor poison one of its chief sources of support. . ." Such are the conditions existing in this "land of the free" to which the foreigner comes. That he brings with him, MTOBk-""-"sometimes, habits of thought and life & which but augment the sorry case, serves but to increase the responsibility I of us, members of the world's Woman's Christian Temperance Union, that we j may save, them and their descendants I fc, from a dark past and toward a cleau j Q Come and try us and be convinced. Will meet all competition j for cash. J. C. GATES, k Trenionton, II H tpuL-- . m mem w shut II BIO mmm a m - - Utah. i u 0 law-break- H jj Utah. , Hats, Caps, and Rubber Goods. A full Hue of Gent's Furnishing goods. A complete line of Fancy groceries. A large line of notions. : J. y 1 ST L. 1 oogocsaocKocjoaoyvOK mmmmmmm .....in ...i...i., ..- - - . . i f n I I m r a ! I n rv Of n ui tuiiep ngfiuuiiuidi I ! J --- 1 I A ll uuii m l. ivery g feed - C& able Jigs INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL' "UTAH'S GREATEST Wines, Liquors TIIEMONTON ---- I for Choice Headquarters and Cigars. . ood and Q-oo- d Jpriees, WOOD KKOS. PROP.S' Utah A Bit Of "We Temperance Work. are going away for a few We GARLAND CLUB days," said mother If) Ruth and Fred. "Father ivill take you over to Mr Martin' to stay Choice WINES, Liquors and Cigars EPH. COOMBS, Proprietor. e Utah ami you will have a happy time, cu if there are no little playmate.-- ) for you there." PEARL SALOON Fred Gvent to visit Mr family. They "were a grown So Ruth and -- ' Milt-lib's 11 ups, but the children had a good time to getter, playing in the big, pleasant yard. The first evening Mrs Mat tin thought sec must do something extra to keep the little folks from being lonesome. They had some games and some singing, and apples and cakes vere passed around. Rut something else was passed to the as if a matter of course, and grown-up- s afterward kind Mrs Martin offered the children little glasses of this home-madwine. "It won't hurt you," she said." e "I made it myself." What could the children do? Mother had said nothing about such things as this. She did not know, of cousc, what would happen in the evening. She had never told them not to touch home-madwine. Would it be polite to say, "No, thank you?" But then, they never had any kind of wine at home, and wine surely was not good when some kinds How could they be made people drunk perfectly sure that there wus no harm in this kind, or that mother would be willing to have them take it? It was Ruth, the eldest, who had all these thoughts. How fast they went through her little head. No, she felt that she could not take one sip of any kind of wine. She looked at Fred and said bravely, but very politely, "No, thank you." Mrs Martin, who did not mean any harm, said again, "It won't hurt you, child," hut Ruth answered: "Please, we would rather not," and Fred stoutly shook his head, too. Nothing e Liquor and Cigars. Pool and Billarda Choice Wines, Si PREPARES MEN AND WOMEN FOR SUCCESS IX LIFE. Stephens Brothers Proprietors. Utah. and comfort to the aged Bacon. a Learning is wealth to the poor, an honor to the rich, an aid to the young, support - COURSE OF AGRICULTURE Agronomy, Horticulture, Animal Industry. Veterinary Science," Dairying, Irrigation and Drainage. Etc. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND ARTS Cooking and Dietetics, Sanitation. Hygiene, sewing, Household Eco nomics, Etc. MECHANIC ARTS Carpentry. Forging, Pattern Making, Carriage Building, Foundry Work, Machine Work, etc. COURSES are also offered in Music, An, Garland STUDY ENGINEERING Mechanics, Surveying, Designing, Irrigation, Sewerage, Hydraulics, Roads and Pavements, Etc" Business Administration, Accounting, COMMERCE Bunking, Transportation, iCominercial Law, Stenography, Etc. GENERAL SCIENCE Comprising English, Mathematics, History, Economics, Modern Languages, Natural and Physical Sciences, Etc. Physical Training and Library Work. ill Is now located at Trenionton to do Dental Work. II IS WORK IS ALL GUARANTEED IT IS IMPORTANT afforded by the Before vou decide which school to attend that vou consider carefully the opportunities moral at AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH Its strong faculty, modern courees of study , aplendd equ ipment, of its students. InOsphere and healthful environment: also the low expenses and the uniform and splendid success sum , 5.ia I arness remonton Jompany DEALERS IN .ALL KINDS ? Zr best modern equipment; live stock, farms, orchards, gardens, parade facilities for thorough and efficient work A strong faculty of and Institutions of America and Europe, are in charge ,,f the work of instruct OD the .est en illustrated for now Write catalogue. 18. No tuition . Entrance fee 15, College opens Sept. ndatletic& provided re with expert-mentatio- n ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, LOGAN, UTAH, GOODS REASONABLE Shoes Resoled and Repaired We are coming to the rescue We are young aud brave and sfronf And we're ready for the conflict TIIKMONTON, Between the right and wrong. Our nerves are strong and Steady, Our pulses full and true, For we put away tobacco, And beer and cider, too. We hope to grow to manhood, And mingle with the strife, And with loyal, steadfast purpose, Join the noble ranks of life. obtained In or do lix. Vreotom PATENTS thorn thoroughly, at our advertiwi PAY, tka-.'lomitri.-- . THAT - MARKS prompUr meets TREMONT LODGE. in Fraterm. 7:30 at p. every Thursday nal Hull. F E A Roche, N.G. R. O. Wren, Secy. BHH imMM tend model photo or nUleh for FREE on itnttlitity. PASSING RErcnENCCS. 1'n.ntnbli' 5O A 20 BOS practiw. I'ntrnta write report SUR rorriwuuwe Seventh Stroot, D. C. WASHINGTON, sect. I ! Contractor Estimates TA1I and builder. All work Guaranteed made Phone 93 m. 2 S. P. CHRISTENSEN 1 messenger ODD FELLOWS No 45 PRICES. REPAIR SHOP. GENERAL Advertise with us. It pays KTC. Halters jmmrZliMiBl VKXT JJOOH TO (1ATK81 HTOHK. The Coming Men. AND Tents and Awnings Bicycles Bicycle Supplies Sewing machine Supplies Tin Ware Repaired. the. S OF HARNESS Sweat Pads Harnesses Saddles Collars Whips Blankets Oils . more was said . But long, long afterward, when these 'really truely" children were grown much older, Mrs Martin said to them one day, "We never drank any more homemade wine after that time you children refused It so bravely. We never offered it to other persons either, for fear it might hurt them. We felt that if you two little ones thought you ought not to drink it , we older ones ought not to take CMFIELO miles West and 1 mile South of Utah Tremonton Scientific Optician EYES TESTED FREE With L.O. Christensen and Sons Urigham Cltjr.Utah. WANTED it or give it to anyone," Wasn't that a bit of temperance work HOUSES AND MULES. We'll work a few more summers BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN VOEMAN worth doing? See how long it lasted As Temperance Boys; and then and how far it went . AVe aro buying all grades of horses Bear River Valley Homestead NofiflS C& We'll stand among our elders, mrets the 2nd and 4tli .Saturday evening mules at the highest market price. aud The Loyal Temperance Men. of each month at 0 p. m., in the FraterIf you have horses or mules to sell or if The names of new members are Lawyers nal Hall, Trenionton. being enrolled in the Course of Suite 5 and 6 Commercial Block you wish to buy or exchange, call at the M B. Hart The lessons are of in Study classes Know ledge consists in having a stenoUtah. Logan and Hale Htsbles of Fife Bros Foreman. creasing interest and every local union grapher who knows where to find a P. 0. Hot M Livery Phone 70. nnrns V. E. on its regular should give them place (Jarland, I'tah. Correspondent. program. No curolltucnt fee is required. thing. Hart Nebeker . , Carpet Weaver I have a new loom and am pared to do the best Bring In your work pre- of weaving. Any work left at the Tremont Times office will be promptly attended to. MRS (T.OMAS LAWS, Thatcher, Utah.