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The Tremont Times. UTAH. THURSDAY, TREMONTON, BOX ELDER COUNTY, Mrs. QiUett of Corinne, mother, Mrs. J- C. Galen. - 13 Annual Washakie. Town Locals. Mr Sherman, visiting her Dear Sir: Ileler and Joseph Stohl made a busito Brigham Friday. North Garland. County Court Convention Proceedings The haul here are preparing Of the Box S. S. I Some of them went out west to get some pine nuts. T hey may come back next week some time. Resignations Tendered Appointments Made To Elder County Association, Sept. 29th and 30th 1906, At Brigham Utah. Fill Vacancies, here. Two High Grade Sewing Machines at the Hardware Store. tf A No : HO Corinne, Utah. to The staid citizens of this place are not them have troubling themselves seriously with the been notified to begin digging on Thurs- affairs of the outside world. Common day 20th. topics of conversation are the weather, bass fishing, the opening of the duck Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Smith returned shooting season, and the movements and home from Logan Sunday, after visiting utterances of the great commoner. Wm. friends aud relatives. Board of County Commissioners met 18th., 19MS, Full Board preSeptember Saturday Sept. 29th. sent. 10 00 A. M Praise Service, The Rev. T. 11. Hansen, Scripture, Key note of The resignation of Dr. Wm. G. Frciday the Convention. "Suffer little children as health officer of district number three to come unto me and forbid them not, was upon motion of Chairman Valentine for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." accepted. Dr. Francke being appointed. 10 80 Appointment of Committees. Resignation of Fred G. Elliott as road 10 45 Reports from the Sunday supervisor of Malad District was acceptSchools and officers of the Convention. ed and Henry House appointed to till 11 15 Topic, "Is the Teacher called of vacancy. God as well as the Preacher." Mrs. S. N. Cole. ethioii number seven of an appmpi i 1185 Topic, "What should be the atkm of 75. to build the two bridges and primary object of the Teacher." repair roads in Snowville district was Mrs. D. R. Orbison. upon motion of Com. Hart appropriated. 2 00 P. M. Devotional exercises. j'pou motion of Chairman Valentine The Rev. A. II. Shattuck. of 300 was appropriated tore thftsum 2 15 Topic, the Teachers preparation roads iu Grouse Creek district. pais Mrs. J. C. Reichers. and practice. side-walk- s , Friday. A good many of - I'KOOKVMMK. Message From Elwood. The base ball game played on the local James Caggie of Corinne, is papering diamond between the Tremonton "Colts" the new saloon building for J. L. Stahl. and a mixed nine of Elwood players . reJim is doing a line job. sulted in a decided victory fat the lattei . Mrs. Mr. a,d Fred Eggli were in The "Colts" reiuforc d by M Hall a" l Fret passed the cigars Bert Heed, were confident of carry iu g around. of the honors, bnt in this they were disappointed as the result shows. We have not only got plank J.Bronson, the Elwood pitcher pitched but we have painted ones. Look iu from for hU team, allowing of the best store in Ticmonton. tf a masterly game but four safe hits, and, but for errors o Miss Mary Drake of Corinne, started the part of his support would have scored school iu the primary department of the a shut-ou- t against the visitors. Trcmontou school Monday. Out of thirty five men who faced him Born to Mr and Mrs E. G. Porter on at the bat he struck out twenty three. Tuesday a son. Ed is figureingon running The Tremonton pitcher was unable to a vineyard iu California, and furnish hold the home team down after the fourth his own help. inning, but batted him almost at will. The line up of the two teams are ai Get your Farm Loans of Joseph N. follows: Stohl of Brigham. He has the money 4i Tremonton and will treat you right. Elwood J Stokes p Thos. Davis and wife of Blue Creek, J. Bronson B. Sisson C were Tremonton visitors Thursday and V. Hanson E.Sherman 1st B I.Anderson and Appropriations Made. Threshing are pretty near through up This rain hold it back and one See the new line of Stoves- and Ranges new machine is break down. I hope at Hardware store. tf they run this week, Mrs. J. C. Gates and daughter Esther, Wilbur Wyatt and his wife, was seen returned home Saturday from an extendhere in our town Sunday, aud other man ed visit in Oregon. and his wife too. Some children with Josh. Sehrenk aud wife went to Brig-ba- them too. Tues. to lay iu a supply of peaches. One Iudian here from Pocatello visitA large assortment of Quecnsware ex- ing friend. pected daily. Lout buy until you see The sugar beet crop very splendid this our line. tf year. Frank King of Garland, i s doing the I will tell another story. We been out 2 35 Topic. "Reading the truth of construction work for the 0 S L Co, for Nevada country. We take train from the iesson." MUa Donna Thompson. a new sideing at Trcmontou. Ogden to Teeth, then we take team from 2 55 General discussion of the topics A Josephson of Ilolbrook Idaho, was Teeth to Ruby Valley. It take us travel previously given. shaking hands with old friends in about one day and a half to get there. 3 15 Address, Results and Rewards to Monday . We didn't play ball there, because they be expected from faithful work as a SunThe Bell Telephone Co have a large think us to much for them, but bluff out day School Teacher. Mrs. E.E. Shepard. force of men working near Point Lookout, I think. Over two hundred Indians there We few time 7 30 fandango. having good where they are extending their lines. Joyful Songs. A.T.Rankin I). D. Indians out there and they treat us alDon't forget the Times office when three come all safe No 7 45 Bible Reading. only sick, right. wanting job work. Rev. A. II. Shattuck. or four, they come home soon, before Fred Rauber threshed ninty-twbush- beet digging time. 8 15 Address by Mrs. Shepard. "The els of oats to the acre on his farm near Willie Ottogary. importance of teaching Temperance in the Sunday School." tow u. ness trip Vol. ltfoo people Well news from our am sorry didn't write for the Times about three weeks, but I am try to give the news M. Bcssin ger WU down from Malail, and spent Sunday with his family. We are all well up here. I was up A Good Whip for 10c; 500 to pick Washakie Sunday and find all Indians liviug alright. No one sick. from. tf Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Austin Sr. of Garland, were Trcmontou callers Monday. -. their beets. 17, 1900 Sept. Call ou Joseph X. Stohl for your Farm town. 4i Loans. SEPTEMBER Ogden . the levee by Ed Scene's home. The family of Mr. Thomas Bosley will Miss Lizzie Thompson of Clarkston. is shortly move to Apache, Nevada, where visiting with her sister, Mrs. Laura Arch- Mr. Bosley is iu charge of a pomping ibald. station. Miss Secrist of Farmington, is visiting here with relatives. Mrs. Lizzie King went to Brigham Sun dav to attend the Y. L. M. I. A. ConvenMail. turn. year. - .V Mr. J. ('. Craw ford in the Frui'.vale listriet is harvesting a tine crop of peach es. WANTED MEN The housekeepers are busy caring for the peach crop which is abundant this The apple crop prospect is very good. Mr.C. G. Adney expects at least 2.0(H) boxes fr.. the model farm Orchards. HORSES. 111 Call have 300 acres of land to plow Creek Springs was deferred for investiga Apropos to a certain article in your Baer Mathew on or address, tion columns last week, your correspondent Tremonton, I" tab. SjJScrrilTs report of fees collected during would state that he recently purchased a was and line sewing machine from some eastaccepted. presented August FAMOUS THE ern (''., tb' equal in ever particuBoad adjourned for two weeks. TO I T FAMILY lar of any 25. or ISOv machine offered in this loby the sewing machine agents furnished a .ent is giving his office a coat of Will appear in grand concert on Tues. cality. The manufacturer and machine the with at the Garland Amusement ten year guarantee I , I treats R. E. Gilpin. Topic, Sunday School entertainments aud what should be their charactMrs, Win. Knife. er. " 2 15 to be considerable sick IS3 IB '1 TiMvnrv liuc 'cent illness t.ii t fur ....... fiifm'fn.il ...... .,.. hat h e able is ''" Holdeway is doing new drainage that the np'for iu drain the streets of to put urveyor is. T r 1 Sept. 25, Hall. Come. e Curtain at 8 Children .25 it 15. cost me, placed in my home just flli.23 It certainly would take mire than the bladerdash nonsense as written by Mr. convince me that I Passenger Train Ditched. Thos. Horrigan a tocrime by saving for the had committed S10. to 15. As No 32, the north b und passenger use of my own family, the train pulled into Sniniiria, Monday even which I consider I saved In the transaction. inglt met with an accident Some one had thrown the switch open, I hold it to be a true principle of trade and before the train could be stopped the that every man should have the unreleft bad track. the car and engine baggage stricted right to purchase any article The baggageman was badly shaken up (whose sale is permitted by the state and but with th.) exception of that no other national government) of whom he pleases. particular damage was done at any time that he chooses to do so, and The wrecker w as sent out to clear the Mil the same at, any time and in anytrack and at noon Tuesday they made place and to whomsoever he pleases, their return trip. wit hout any restrictions, local , state or If the one that left the switch open national, and the Supreme Court of the could be found he ought to be made an States has so decided. Adults Fielding. Praise Service by The Rmv P. 61. schools of the Corinne district opened Sept. 10th with Miss Angie Shaw and Mi-- s Pansy Mcl.ain as teachers of The - vtjk asking for an appropriation of $250 to rejair road from Snowville to Bl ue Sunday School Temper Conducted by F. M. Gilli-lan- , of Salt Lake City. QfJ J . Bryan. Corinne City school. Mrs. Dowse in charge Of the Fruitvale school and Miss Our roads are lined with gravel teams. Marion Cody at Appledale. TinFathers are invtatf the roads Dr. F. E. Roche and family have movaud track railroad the between graveled ed to ition nineteen of W. W. Hickman 1000 A. M. ance lesson. i Mr. Frank Welling has moved his family back to Garland. They have been liviug in Farmington for some time. etiuon number eighteen deferred Sunday Sept. 30th. 11 00 Sermon by The Rev B. Kinney or substitute. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boss is reported very tick. .50 . city. This is State Convention day at Salt Lake City. There are three candidates 2 35 Topic, "The value of a Sunday for Congress, Howell of Cache Co. Fi.sh-burMis. E. A. Kieh. School Library." i of Box Elder, and Christeuscn of 2 55 Discussiou of Topics. Salt Lake. There will be one Dominated 3 15 Reports of Committees aud closand two will U3 wondering how it haping business. pened. 3 30 Question box. Coudncted by Fred Elliott of Corinne, was in town Professor F. M. Gillilan. today (Thursday ) advertising his public 7 00 Uuion Young Peoples' service sale, which trfkes place the 27th. of this example of. led by Miss B. Thompson, of Brigham. mouth. Mr. Elliott will move with his 8 00 Closing address to the Convenfamily to Basset, Nebraska, where he IDAHO LAND FOR SALE tion by The Rev. Brusc Kinney. He will will go into the sheep business. sell his farm at the sale which will be a Improved and unimproved, farms in Tremont Mercantile Co. bargain for some one. best part of Snake River Valley. Best INCORPORATEDCharles Munns of Garland, was a bus water right and dose to good market. Mr. Munns The place to make 'money farming. Our Fall and Winter line of Gent's iness caller Wednesday. for beet land Prices low now, are going to advance rent when the thinks that Furnishings arc now arriving daily and is properly adjusted , the help problem soon . I can olier man of moderate means our prices are right will be settled. His idea is, if those hav- splendid chance to secure a home and be AN I TO L Shaving Soap ing bnd to rent will take a per cent of come independent. Write to AN1TOL Bath Powder W. E. Robinson. Ogden, Utah. the crop, there will be more come into NTTOL Face Cream barred our country to raise beets that are ANITOL Toilet Powder -- I'nitcd M. Anon. For Sale. lots formerly Nihart, but later purchased all nrc takby Sam Sehrenk for sale. If en we will make a very cheap price; one that will guarantee a large profit to the call at purchaser. For prices and terms Office. Times the FOR SA LE two good business houses, good location. One blacksmith shop with tools and five lots and house. We now have the town owned by .Mr 2nd B B. Garfield O.Kelly Read the large sale ad on the inside. Mr M. Hall 3d B W. Christensen Elliott has some bargains, and everything II. Sisson s s A. Earl will be sold regardless of price. B. Heed f P. Christensenl S. Kent Peter Sommer aud wife, Henry Get 7. Br O. Christensen cf Stokes and wife, and Matilda Inithuru returned W. Fridal t f to homes their in Wednesday respective out on account of high cash rent. Summary PEACHES FOR SALE. line of Conklin's Glovesthe east. L. H. Getz and Mathew Bear Complete 1. Earned runs, Elwood 12. Tremonton accompanied them as far asOgdcn. MONEY TO LOAN Try our "dead Shot" for mosquitoes. Struck out. by Bronsou 23, by Stokes 8. f miles At my farm one and Thc"L. T. L." will meet at the M We have got our competitors going Three base hits, Earl, two base hitsKarl, Sells: Six sheets of Tanglefoot Fly south west of Corinne. White peaches yt Church, every Wednesday at 8:8" p. some on price ou lead and oil. We are P. Christensen, M.Hall, J. Bronson. Base in Bear River Farms 8 cent At , on for 5c. per Paper 85c. per bushel Alberta peaches, 50c. in. All are cordially invited to attend. delivering the goods; at the Hardware on balls, on Bronson 0, on Stokes 2. W.E.Robinson to Write Valley. L. T. L. Sec. J II Crawford. Boiled Lenseed Oil 05c. per gallon. Store. tf Score 14 to 5, Umpire, J. Hall. Ogden, Utah. Buggy and Wagon Paint at bottom Base ball fan. J. L. Vanausdeln, Lewis Ilarreman FOR prices. and Vanausdeln and wife, of Gar. 1 s one-hal- Judge land were Tremonton visitors Thursday. Mr. Vanausdeln Sr. and .Mr. Ilarreman left Friday for Oregon. LAND FOR SALE In Bear River Valley. I have some of When you want shells aud guns that the best land in the valley, improved will go off just when you want them to, and unimproved, which I can offer at lower prices th9n others are asking for tf buy them at the Hardware store. land and can make very liberal similar Messrs E. M. Mussi Imun and E. A. Burt me before of Ogden, came Ui to Tremonton Wed- terms. It will pay you to see W. E. Robinson buying. Write to nesday iu an automobile. Mr Mussc Ogden, I'tnh. was here in interest of The Sharpies Sepcrator, which is sold by Watland A Ben McQueen and Richard Schwab Co. have the foundation finished and the Mr. Nihart has traded his corner where first Moor laid in the new addition to the Mr. Gates store ami the harness shop is, East Garland school house. to Mr. Jenson for his Idaho farm. It is L. P. Jensen and family arc in from rumored that Mr. Jensen w ill go into Buhl, Idaho. Mr. Jensen invested in some in Tremonton. Snake River land. They formerly lived Guns! Guus! and Gur.s" Target Hltlcs, in Suowvillc, where Mr. Jensen wa. in Single and Double Barrel Shot Guns business. also Repeating Shot Guns. Thirty GflBS mD 1 M and DONT BUY ' ! to pick from. Prirc up Car tridgc Shells, Hunting Coats and (inn you have seen the new line at the Him 1 Covers. At the Hardware Store. ( u n ware store. Dishes of all'kinds, Decoratis painted). ed or Plain. the Side-walbus-IM- Wc have the most complete line of Shot Gun Shells in Northern Utah. We are headquarter! for paint, oil and glass. Our prices are such that WC have no competitors. Wc also carry Medicines, a full line of Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, S received the latest creations in fall Also a complete line of Inch Twenty-onEmbroidery Silk. Ostrich plumes for I1J0 each, at Mrs F A Cook's. Street Hats. TREMONT Paints Ready NOTICE FOR BIDS. The registry book of the Elwood Sealed bids will be received by the That's the story, and an interoffice at will be my open voting precinct esting one too at this time Board of Trustees of Rawlins School the year when there are of in the Post Office Building on the followDistrict No 80, up to 12 o'clock noon Satso many little things around October and ing dates. August urday September 20, lOOO. for the furto be touched up. Big things too nishing of material and construction of E. R. Shkhman, Registrar. a brick school house at 'Cause we can sell you enough your whole paint to cover Thatcher. Utah. Plans and specificaand the out or inside house, When you use Stock Food you want tions can be seen at he residence of J. I). too. barn to get the best. Tha International Is so Harris, Point Lookout, Utah; or at the But we'll sell you as little as considered by all Representative Stock office of Andrew Funk. Brigham. Utah. enough to you want, -jbench. or chair a the of few touch We have a pulls up The Board reserves the right to reject (inwcrs. won't that sell We'll you paint ProjaJon Stock Food which wean "losing any and all bills. first time the or crack, peel out 2.11b pails at UN per pail. John Bo miners, the hot sun strikes it. Tremont Mercantile Co. J. D. Harris. We have a big assortment, I ust S. L. Miller. NOTICE Trustees. We take pleasure in announcing that we are now in a position to do nil kinds high grade photography in our well f Thk Foi LOER Co., most any fancy. COMfi MERCANTILE COMPANY. equiped studio. Garlan Utah. USE 18-21--23 Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Stationary . etc. ANITOL Tooth Powder ANITOL Tooth Paste AMTOL Tooth Brushes ANITOL Toilet Soap Just Notice of Registration. It pays to get your horse ibeeing done by a man who understands the anatomy of a home's foot, and guarantees all his work. Call on Robert Burge, remon- ton! Utah. ,f 1 HELP J. V. Harrii oflem II 99 per acre IN WE LI WANTED. ,iowing old ground, and furnish Blind Springs, Ut. ilil knarrt I for naj color you could AND ULT A COLOR CARD AND TM K PAINT A 1.ITTI.H. Ritef BfOS DrUg Co OAKLAND. UTAH.