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The Tremont Times TREMONTON, Better Whips at the Harness Shop. Wants, For Sale, Ac. 8hort adverisementg under this head! W.T. Hudson has moved his family will be inserted for One Cent a word j from Curlew Valley to this place. He cash in advat.ce for each iusertion. t No will occupy the house he lately for less than Ten Cents. ed of George Sherman. Big values in 5 and 10 cent goods at FOR SALE Good sweet cider the Hardware Store. and cider vinegar. Call on L. H. Washington's birthday wasn't celebrat Getz Point Lookout, Utah. ed very much in Tremouton. It rained FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Nine- nearly all day and the flags, if any were ty acres irrigated. Forty acres pasture, "tlung to the breeze," didn't Butter adjoining Treraonton. A desirable lo much. But we think just as much of cation. Will sell all or part on easy George as if we had celebrated. terms. Call on or address, Orion Bryan, Four good sets of Teain Harness at the Tiemootou, Utah. Hi.rJware More. Ice Saws and Tongs at Hardware Store. BUILDING LOTS. Two good buildLewis Hrcnkmaun. who advertise in ing lots for sale cheap fenced and some trees on them 50 bv lAGfeet each. Call last week's Times for a carload of pota- at this office for particulars. W. H Cap- - toes- - nas lredy loaded two cars and cx . noil. Times Office. pects to load two more. He is paying cents a hundred for them, or 52 ccnls So Notice To Fruit Growers. Now is the time to put your orchard! in a healthy condition. Cut out all dead wood. Prune your apple trees well to that you can properly spray them. All dd apple trees are covered with insect pests and must be cleaned up. Spray them right away with the lime and sul phur solution. All orchards iufestid bushel. He ships them to California. Horse Blankets; Good but Cheap at the Hardware Store. a E. M. Wyatt nd family and his brother Walter Wyatt returned from their California pilgrimage Tuesday noon. They visited their father at Los Molinos, with twig borer or any other 'nscct pct and found him well. He is much pleasahotl Id be sprayed before the buds burst. ed with the coast country They enjoyPlease take notice that we are going to ed the trip very much and are glad they enforce the law. went. W . O. Knudson, Best Harness Oil at the Harness Shop. County Tree Inspector. Matthew Bae.rand family returned last Subscriptions Paid. Thursday eve niug from an extended vis-- i The Dushore Review says that a re,ith friends and relatives in Illinois, ceipt for a subscription to the local K msas and Colorado. They found some a is certificate of good character. We have issued the following "certi- very cold and stormy weather while ficates" since our last report: away but had a good time, nevertheless. Henry House to May, 1907. E. E. Brenkmann and daughter, who Hiram Wyatt to Scpetmber. 1907. accompanied Mr. liaer on the trip, but spent the time visiting friends and tela tives in some other places, returned at the same time. Town Locals. Tremonton Postoffice Mails Close For the South at 8:30 a m. 3:00 p. m. For the North at 10:00 a. m. . Mails Arrive Three dozen cloths pins for 5 cents' Where? At the Hardware Store. A cei taiu paper mentions a case where buglars broke into a store and the goods were marked so high they did not take any thing. It is just the other way at vis are sold so low Lohr's St i'-thieves art weal them. 1 rv trading at Vi " From the South at 10:50 a. m. 6:48 T. m. From the North at 8:40 p. m. ition and etc Cutlerv, at the Ha Steffenson and Fryer will give a free New Type-- I iv- e just received a lot lunch at their sale on March, 5th. of new job tj" o and rules and can put Found Two keys on a ring. Call at up your job printing in better shape than for them. we have been able to do heretofore. We W. A. Stevenson of Fielding was in respectfully solicit your orders. Prices town last Friday. on application The Times, TreDon't forget the Times office when given monton wautiug job work. Blacksmith Outfit for sale cheap at the Godfrey Anger has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the late Fred Harness Shop. Mrs. Geo. Sherman visited relatives in Seiz, an I he advertises that, fact as well as a sale of the real estate and personal Garland this week. of the late Carl Sinn, of which The Lamp that gives the best light and property he is also the adminisi rator, in this issue Oil to burn, at the Hardware Store. of ibis paper. You will never get a better carpet for the money than Stohl Bros, can give you. Will Be at Hotel Kent. Their spring line is just in, Mrs. Frank Meldrum and daughter Dr. Ale: ander, of the Alcxauder-Dib-bleViolet, left Wednesday morning for a Co., Lye Specialists of Salt Lake few days visit at West Jordan. city and Boise, will be at the Kent Ho-- t Friday. March 1st. All old patients See those ranges at the Hardware Store. i call. New ouesare invited. A little daughter came to gladden the requested Wc arc here three lines a year. home of Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Foxley of Point Lookout on T ucsday, Feb. 26th. Evangelistic Services at Baptist Cburcn. rftohl Bros, have t he best stock of oil doth lo select from in the Valley. Prof. B. P. Stout of Philadelphia, well Oonrad Kelly is home from Logan for known all over the Last as the "Singing a few days, where he has been attending Evangelist," has been here for several the Agricultural College. Go to Fryer and Steffenson 's sale early. days and is engaged with Pastor Shat A free lunch will be served at noon, tuck in holding revival services at the March 5th. Baptist Church. Sunday evening the Stock Food and Liniment; the Best house was filled with an interested audiat the Hardware Store. ence who were drawn thither by curiosiJ. A. Fishburn and family returned ty to hear Mr. Stout sing, and they were Ume Sunday evening from a two weens n ;t disappointed. The service was a visit with friends and relatives in Brig uniqne one for this country in that him. the sermon, if it might have been so call Stohl Bros, have just received a large ci, was on the theme of "Mother, Home shipment of linoleum over a dozen new and Heaven," and consisted of short jd handsome patterns. It will pay you to Ulks sec young men and women interand them. to call with in stirring songs illustrative Dishes! High in Quality, low Price, spersed of the subject. The words of the linger at the Hardware Store. James Steed, a student in the Agricul- certainly touched tender chords iu his tural College at Logan, came home and listeners' hearts and the dry eyes were sect Sunday with his parents on the few even among the most hardened as fa'tn two miles west of town. h brought back to their memories the Good apples at 75 cents per box at the thoughts of their childhood das and Hardware Store. the old home and loving parents. A tree lunch will be served at Fryer The stormy weather of Monday evenand Steffenson 't, .'.ale, Tuesday, March 5. ing prevented as large an audieuce as The rain and snow Mouday night made tbe evening before, but clone attention tbe streets quite muddy but it was not bad as it the service and tho-.characterized not so and who disagreeable deep been tome days before. a tended felt they had been will repaid .Mr. Shepherd Talman, who resides for the MOrlAct hey had made in going had o il in the rait). aud of mile towu. two south rut been suffering with the grippe for two or throe weeks. Is able to be out once RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Post-offic- . . e 1 UTAH. THURSDAY, AT BINGHAM Hon. Setb Talt, Member of the FEBRUARY Consult County Clerk or the reaped signers for further information. lature, and Clinton B. Leigh, a Reporter Meet Sudden Death. ire NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF FRED SEIZ, deccasad Creditors will present claims with vouch ers to the undersigned at his residence Qe' Tremouton, in Box Elder County State of I tah. on or before the 88th dav of June, a d. 1907. j GODFREY ANGER, Administrator of the estate ol Fred Seiz, deceased. Nei. Jknsox, Attorney for Administrator. Date of first publication, February 2S, Our object Clinton !!. Leigh, a reporter on the Salt Lake Herald and one of the best koown newspaper men in Salt Lake, was killed instantly in an accident on the mine track of the Boston Consolidated mine at Bingham last Friday afternoon. Seth Taft, Representative in the Lower House of the State Legislature from Wayne Co was fatally injured in the same a. i). 1907. aeddent am; died two hours later in the Administrator's Sale ol Personal joMceof the company, about &V0 feet from where the accident occurred. Property. The accident in which the two men IX THE DISTRICT COURT, Pro met their death was a most pereuliar MM . bite Division, First Judicial District, iu In company with a parly of Legislators, and for Box Elder County , State of Utah. In the matter of the Estate of Carl headed b Harry S. Joseph, Speaker of deceased. Sinn, been had inspect-the Lower Bouse, they .Not ice of Sale oi Personal Property. Boston ing the surface, workings of the Not ice is hereby given that in pursuConsolidated. They had been carried ance of an order of the District Court of out to the p ii.t of the mountain, the the first Indicia! District of the State of , end of the surface wordings, on a train Utah, in and for the County of Box made on the Uth day of February, a and two of dummy engine consisting 1907, in the matter of the estate of Carl flat cars, and were returning to their Sinn, deceased, the undersigned, the starting point. Another train consisting administrator of the estate of said deceasof another dummy engine and two Hut ed, will sell at private sale at the late! Both trains j residence of said Carl Sinn, deceased, at! c us, was ahead of them terraced incline. Manilla Precinct, in Box Elder County, were backing down the S. ate of Utah, to the highest bidder for Suddenly the cars attached to the engine cash, gold coin of the United States, on in front of the train upon which the Monday the llth day of March, 1907, doomed men were riding broke loose aid tue following personal property, Two Horses, 7 Males. 3 Colts, about slid down the incline. They bumped in 24 tons Hay, 19 tons Oats, 29 tons Pota to the engine which was carry iug its load 319 bushels Wheat, more or less, of human freight, and Leigh and Tafi, ties, a id other miscellaneous farm crops, al who were riding on the front end of the 0 following goods and chattels: Beds second flat car in their train were thrown a id Bedding, Stoves, Carpenters' Tools, chairs, Tables, Cooking Utensils and to the ground. Leigh was run over b also Farm Implements and ChatlcD, the wheels of the car in front of him and Tools: Binder, Planters, Harrows, Mow his skull was crushed in behind. Mr. ers, Bakes, Forks, Shovels, Wagon, Bug faft was thrown onto the track and was gy, Hay rack, Harness and other farm fatally injured by the wheels of the loco tiols and utensils, all situate and being motive attached to his train. When the on farm of said deceased at said Manilla Box Elder Couuty, Stale of locomotive was stopped it rear whtS' Precinct, Utah. were resting upon Mr. rafts body. GODFREY ANGER. Seth Tuft was 48 years old. He was Administrator of the es ate of Carl Sinn, deceased born in the Niuth ecclesiastical ward ol Dated Utah, Feb. 25, 1907. Brigham. Lake his Salt father, whose City, and KitEi; J. IIoi.to.n, Esq., name was also Seth Taft, was a bishop Attorney for Administrator. of the Mormon church. Clinton B. Leigh was a native of Tenn Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. eisee, and a priutcr by trade. He came In tie District Court, Probate Divis'ou, to Salt Lake City about live years ago. First Judicial District, iu and fo,- Bon He leaves a wife and two sous. He was Elder County , State of Utah. about 42 years of age. Iu the matter of the Estate of Carl Bore. e t.t Ind.geition and atemach Troubles andsome Picture Frames Free We will give FREE to those who purchase 10.00 worth f merchandise at our store during the coming week One Handsome Picture Frame worth 2.00. : - IH)N T MISS THIS GREAT BARGAIN. Come early before they all go. AL SO the one making: the Largest Purchase during the week To we will give one grand BUSY BEE DISK TALKING MACHINE FREE. Where you get the Best At the Right Price. wa dron & Harris Bros. Tremonton. - ' NEVER UNDERSOLD. S. Lohr, D. Succesor to Stearns & Lohr, Will not advertise to perform miracles or work wonders, hut for a Square Deal, Good Goods at the Right Price in everything you need, he invites you to call at the store and See The funeral services over the mortal rcmair.s of William H. Parke, of whose sudden death mention is made on another page of this paper, were belli in the ward meeting house at Kiverside ai one o'clock Monday afternoon. The services were conducted by Bishop M. The speakers were Bishop Richards, Pres. M. H. Welling and Jos. E. Taylor of Salt Lake City. Mr. Parke was well known for his hon He sly and integrity of cnaracter. 52 ) ears old A large number of li s el atives from Cassia County, Idaho, and Cente:vi,le an Bountiful, Davs Co., Uuih, and also many from Garland and Fielding were present, and the house was not large enough to hold all who came to pay their last tokens of respect to a kind friend and neighbor. Deceased is survived by a wife, lour sous and five daughters to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father, a worthy and honorable citizen, who will be greatly missed in the community. 1 That men smoke when they see our line of smoker's supplies. Anybody would. The tobaccos are of the finest variety and of the most expensive cure. The pipes give solid comfort to the old and young smoker. We won't mention our cigar3 especially, but smoke one of our leading brands and you will smoke no other. Riter Bros Drug Co. Logan & (iarland, Utah. Franklin, Preston & Montpclicr, TREMONTON, Idaho. UTAH. have a large stock of Wall Papers on the road that will be here in a few days. Do not order your papering done till you see this. Price will be far below what been have you paying. I George Meldrum, Tremonton, You Wan hem. ".lust as you want them'' Clothes is the kind we are fur- You select the '.doth Voll like tllld tell lllslnilli" l iirllt aloilif. us what you want, and Vol GET IT. Our 'Correct Methods"1 of Measuring and Cutting make a misfit impossible. In making up Clothes Special Care is given to strengthening parts that nave the most wear, and the little things are not slighted either. Let the women folks examine any garment of our furnwell made." Now sum up ishing ; they will tell you Good Cloth, well made into a splendid the Clothes iiesticn fitting garment, just .as you want it, costing no more than store clothes : isn't that a combination Co are the tailors ; their goods worth trying 'i M. Horn have convinced many Will you let us prove our statement "hand-me-down- ," t to Voll ' Twenty Dozen pairs of the Celebrated ' Cracker Jack" ""'nething ,,1r1"1. ,,f gives the wearer satisfac- 'IrtSCr. l,.n l'.r !tll ilu ItfMMnnilltr GODFREY ANGER, February B, we will sell thesefivaf Administrator o f the estate of roods at Carl Siun. deceased. Ladies' Furs We have a few Dated BHgbstn, Utah, February 25th, left. Also Ladies' Waists. Skirts I'jo:. Takr five tlietn n r tin lire. HP J. nOLTOif , Esq iben at Attorney for Administrator. -- Cost i Drugs and Notice to Beet Growers. rJMedicines. Farmers of the Bear Kiver Valley wish' ing to grow sugar beets for liHJT, are re 'nested to call at the Sugar Company's otHce, Garland, at once aud sign con arts. M&nZan Pile Remedy KELICVtb WHIN OTHCRS FAIL - - Wall Paper. lust as n m of Clothes . 1 It Is No Wonder Good Assortment Shoes and Clothing, Notions, in Gloves, Dry Goods, Everything Clocks and Watches, Drugs and Groceries, Queensware. Cutlery, &c, &c. &c. . Siun, deceased. Notice of sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that in pursu aace of an order of the Distii :t Court ol the First Judicial District of the Mate ol Utah in and for the County of Box El der, made on the 9th day of February, a n. 1907, iu the matter of the estate of Cirl Sinn, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the eslate of said deceased, w ill sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, and subject to confirms ti in by said District Court, on the llth (ivy ofIarch a. D. 1907, at the residence of aid Administrator at Manila Precinct, i i the Couuty of Box Elder and Slate ol U.ah, all the right, title aud interest of tue eslate ol the said Curl Sinn, deceas c.t, at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said e tite has by operation of law or otherwise acquired other than or in addition to that of the said Carl Sinn, deceased, a. the time of his death, iu and in all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, ing and being in the County of Box Elder and State of Utah, and bound e and described as follows, The East half of N E Quarter of See-tio4, in Township 11, North Range 8, West of Salt Lake Meridian, containing i.i all SO aeres, more or less, with all ap purte nances. I'eruis and Conditions of Sale. Cash, g ild coin of (he United States, ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid t ) the administrator on the dav of sale, b ilance OH confirmation of sale by said Uistrict Court. Deed at expense ol pur His Hardware, Tinware. . e l in : Parke. 1 and you will always buv here ' H. No advertising is to attract new trade to our store. Our customers know us. That's w hy Let us get yout trade this season they come back. . Funeral of W. 4 We Want New Customers Probate and Guardianship Notices. Legis- Vol. 88, IflOT. Legal Notices. FATAL ACCIDENT parches-advertisemen- 3-- 16 BOX ELDER COUNTY. The "Shumate" is a Hollow (Jrouud Haror, Electrically tempered, and is snrprrior to any 18.00 blade on the market We guarantee these Ruori and will exchange without question if not entirely satisfactory. The 'Shumate' Honing Strop has no superior Either postpaid on receipt of Special lot Men 's Fine Wool Ribbed Underwear, line, soft quality, Keeps tin' body warm, Usual price 01.90, Our price Conklin Cloves. None belter in tbe market. We hare S QOBJ plcle line at a reduction from retail prices of "$1.00 S. 00 Ofj pjr Ct. complete line of Tablets, Paper, Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Mucilage, Toilet fs, Camfy Pocket Cutlery, Tobacco and Cigars, W'r have a I y Tremont Mercantile Co., Inc.