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The Sugar Eeel Industry. The following from the Rocky Mountain Farmer will be of especial interest to our readers: "Sugar beet farming has given n?w inspiration to the American farmer. Whatever may be its f iture, the developments of this special farming within the past few years show what the Amer-cfarmer is capable of when ens Is Subscriptions Paid. The Dushore Review eays that a receipt for a subscription to the local is a certificate of good character. We have Issued the following "certificates ' since our last report: E. E. Iireukrnaur. to January, 1908. Lena Vaelpcl to January, 18. in Ite E 'limes'. Hi II. Nicolsen to January. 1 fw7. Hairy Boyd to September. 1007. C REDUCTIONS! It pays to read the advcrthenients of cnterprlMiiir home merchant. They are the people who make it possible to have convenience! right at your door, so tj speak. cTVIORROW FRIDAY cTWORNING DEC. 28, m Yn encouraged by the experiment stations and backed by American cipital. In 1830 there were four sagar factories in operation in the United States. In 1900 there By the Best Insurance Company doing business in the were thirty, and there are now State. I can wive you money on your insurance. fifty-fou- r. Somo 400,000 acres CALL and BE CONVINCED of land were in beets the presl. E Times Office, Sherman ent year, and the estimated proTremonton, LTt ducts from the factories is 345,-00- 0 tons of sugar. More than is ALL ST WILL half tha sugar is produced in the & hv UC3 B H B '""" the 1 most complete line of lftv H1U kt.l.r.s, IUKS ai SIlVrtRIKM at PHI arid region. Colorado is far in BELOW u ' oilier maaufacturer or dealer in the world. the lead of any other state, there m DO NOT BUY A &SGY6LE atfrcraany oi or on any kind of terrr.i until vou have received our cornpW" Ffcea being now fifteen factories in illustrating and describing every kind of r.F and blcvcles. old ln!ist mtvfela at., F..i. !, twlliu ftum factory I'ltfCKa and wondcjfiU new Offer niade possible that state with an estimated by cireci to rider with no middlemen's profits. MflE" SHIP OH APPROVAL without a cent deposit, Tar the Freight and yield of sugar of 119,000 tons. allow 10 Days Free '1'rlal and make other librrnl term Thii r, nth , house in the world will do. You will learn vervthincr anH crrt rnwt, five factories with an Utah has , able information by simply writing us a postal. We need a Afffej. JSerrf in everv town and ran offer an to make money to suitable young men who apply at once. estimated product of 30,000 tons. Idaho ha3 four factories with an PyNCiURE-PBOO- F TIRES kX estimated product of 17,000 tons. PER PAIR 'Trr beet cm. of coarse, is To BntratSuco NAILS, 1ACKS Wo Will Soil iasi'iii1cint w'ivi compared You or Glass a Ssmolo WONT LET OUT THE AIR som : other farm crop3. The Pair fat Only w (CASH WITH ORDER $4.55) r i. growth of the industry is NO K0RE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. Result of 15 years experience in tire re.nir'uble chief! in bringing making. No danger from THORNS. Notice the thick rubber tread TUS. PIN'S, NAILS. TACKS or GLASS. "A" and puncturp strips "It" togethar the farmer, the scien- Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can and "O," also rim strip "H" to be vulcaniied like other tire. prevent rim cgttiny. This any extist and the capitalist. The tire will outlast any other Two Hundred Thousand now in actual use. Over et Property cost higb-rr- fill e "I 8 e e far-seei- ng Once HHJ MMarC WHOmwCrifllfEOj n nUI m HEAD :mi When a quarrvman or a builder starts in to break a rock he doesn't expect to prack it with the first stroke no matter how big or heavy the hammers, hut re- unceasingly .Ex . Wc have sent out to our correspondents a supply of envelopes and stamps, and hope they will each send us a letter at least every other week during the winter. Tell us the news, as you would tell it to a neighbor or caller, and it will receive the careful attention of the editor. Bnt do not feel hurt if he fails to use all you may wrile. He may have heard the same thing already or ho may not have room for it, but don't let that stop your writing. The Heathen In Pecria. A young woman in Gibson City, I Hi nois, has resigned her position as teacher in the public schools for the of purpose going as a missionary to Africa. Why should she go so far when Peoria is so near, and where there are more heathens to the square yard than there are in Africa to the twelve squaro miles. Strange ideas of missionary work these school inarms have especially comed by every member of the family. Try The Salt Lake Semi Weekly Trib1907. It is published twice a each issue week, contains ten or twelve pages and it Is sent to any address for per year Dept. "JL" CHICICO, ILL. " 6 m Right oo QQ 00 00 $16 50 suits now $14 50 " " 15 13 50 " 13 11 75 11 " 10 " -- " " 9 8 FISHBURN'S ALWAYS BEST AT VOL CAN J DO T lf ''.' aB.iaKjiaieiif ONE PRICE AND THA THE LOWEST. o Utah Lake Higher. I At a meeting of the Utah County f'armers ARSOciation held at Provo Mon Ray, a verbal report was given stating. tt about Nov. 1st. of the year 1906 the ti ke was sixteerj incl;es higher than pre J. B, Milner of Provo vjous y( ;ii's. Judge and Lorenzo Arggle of Lake Shore, were eleelel members of the commission. ijehi Banner. re If y.Jh..ji' ytaacsr FEED, SALE C8, EXCHANGE STABLES. Will handle all kinds of horses, draft, roadsters and saddle animals. All horses sold or exchanged guaranteed as represented. Give me a call a,t the Proctor barn. HODE WOOD, 1 Proprietor, Tremonton. am Mac ) THE GERMAN OPTICIAN Will be in Tremonton on or near January 13th 1907. ! . Stearns in .: cupied by purpose. Buy it at Wil Don't fail to call and get one of our beautiful Calendars, the Climax for 1907. UTAH. HHBHH building formerly oc- L Stahl. .m Stock of General Merchandise Groceries, Queensware, Hardware & Clothing. A Complete Line of Furnishings & Dry Goods. PROFIT IS NOT ALL ON ONE SIDE. WE CONSIDER THE PEOPLE And Our Aim Is To Please All With Our Prices. Call And See Us Examine Our STOCK, Compare Our PRICES and You Will Be Glad We Are Here. STEARNS Wilson Lumber Co., a place of business THE PLACE TO BUY! When it comes to Tin Ware, Enameled Ware, Queens Ware, Stone Ware and Galvanised Ware, a good Sewing Machine, the BEST Washing Machine orOO nsh Hoard, those 'GOQD BREAD MAKERS," Table Cutlery, or, in fact, anything in the Hardware line, Paint line, Glass line or STOVE line, We are "IT." I if Building Material in any quantity and for anyoo J Lohr & J usttheopened up saloon I ALL BARGAIN SEEKERS who wish to get more than their money's OO worth should pay us a visit and look over our stock. IT COSTS NOTIIINCi TO LOOK, and if you buy you are sure to get a bargain. REMONTON 10 50 8 25 Stores at Brigham and Tremonton. Now Our Store Is Filled with Choice Goods e That Are Needed by Every Housekeeper. Roth Phones, No. 11. " 3 Bargain Seekers. son's. " " " 12 10 Don't let this opportunity pass by. It isn't often 0 you get a chance to buy high grade wares on such re ductions so early in the season. .oEaSOM ATTENTION Headlight Kerosene is the best. regular price, $16 50 overcoats now $14 25 " " 13 15 " " 12 14 Morton News, III. No home should be without a good city newspaper, and these long winter evenings are when it is wel- une for COMPANY, 8 50 7 off 3 86 00 furs now 84 00 5 00 " 3 35 " " 300 4 50 " " 2 00 3 00 " " 1 00 1 50 Dr. Wi Isn't Enough. peated blows on the same spot will sooner or later produce the desired results. So with the merchant. He must pro vide himself with a good hammer good goods and good copy and then drive CYCLE " " " 1-- Mens Suits. ?" -- periment stations showed that sugar beets could be raised in this country as well as in any Vr, but it required money hi farmers themselves vrevg iu willing or unable to But men with came forward and built (Opital the factories on the promise that the farmers would grow the beets a ad they did it. "The whole industry affords a striking illustration of successful between capital and labor, and teaches a lesson on the value of organization that the farmer should not forget. ' ' " K7" Mens Overcoats. e pairs make SO FT, KLASTIC and Seventy-fiv- e Thousand pairs sold last year. ASY K1DIMO. DECCKIPTIOIIt Made in all sizes. It U lively and easy riding, very durable and lined inside with a ipecial quality of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds St letters from satisfied customers stating that their tirea have only been pumped up once or twice in a whole season. They weign no more than an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being given by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the tread. That "'Holding Back" sensation commonly felt when riding on asphalt or soft roads is overcome by the patent "Basket Weave" tread which prevents all air from being squeezed out between the tire and the road thus overcoming all suction. The regular price of these tires is J? 50 er pair, but for advertising purposes we are making a special factory price to the rider of onlv ij.So per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C.O.D. on approval, ou do not pay a cent until yuu have examined and found them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S4.5S per pair) U you send PULL CAsll WITH OEUKB and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one nickel plated bra hand pump and two Sampson metal puncture closers on full paid orders (these metal puncture closers to be used in case of intentional knife cuts or heavy gashes). Tires to be returned at Olilt expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination. We arc perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a bank. Ask yenr Postmaster Banker, Express or Kreight Agent or the Kditor of this paper about us. If you order a ,jair of theae tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run taster, wear better, last longer and loot finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a small trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. saddled, pedals, parts and repairs, aad everything in the bicycle line are sold by us at hall the usual and our for men. Write dealers prices charged by big SUNIillY cataloeue. repair r but Kri,r us a PSl31 today. DO NOT H1KK OF BUYING a tMAIT WWMIt bicycle or a pair of tires iroin anyone until you know the new and a ly mgn-wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Writp it NOW. At $18 coats now :13 50 10 75 9 00 12 10 I' Ladies Furs. Ladies Coats. tiHttt-rn.- s .80 II .50 -- m Cata-logu- 8.50 ";; Insurer 4 PC BIT' BSP WL tm w & LOHR TREMONTON, UTAH THE KENT HOTEL C& SHORT ORDER HOUSE. Meals 25c. Served From 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. Good Meals and Good Rooms. Satisfaction Guarateed. Telephone Connection With Both Lines. E A. Kt;lNT, Prop. Trcwpotoo, Utal.