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disbursing agent when the advertising bills kre presented, but his business comWhile the railroad magnates have bueo petitors who fall to advertise are really thus engaged. till "rent country ha the paymasters By advertising he atbeen maturing in Its agricultural and in tracts much custom that, were conditions d istrial life, and its domestic commerce equal, would go w the other house; and lim betu increasing iu volume and iu val by so doing gets so much more than hi share of trade as to not only refund the ffg every day. If good milnad men, their salaries, lettiug the stock cost of his advertising, but leave him a drawing market alone and serving the interests handsome profit. Hence, it may readily mer of the general public aiid the honest in be seen that the vestors in railroad securities. had been chant not only pays his rival's advertismiming the railroads and attending to ing bills, but assi ts iu building up his their business iu a proper way. there is private fortune. Logan Journal. Country Ahead ot Roads. not much reason to suppose that the railroads would not also have been develop An ed and improved at an equal pace with the development and progress of the gen POC 1 MAIN STREET, TREMONTON, D and careful ork five miles to the southwest, near Alex ranch. There the water will have a drop of 475 feet, and this power therein will be utilized to produce electricity that will be taker, to Garfield and other points in Salt Lake county. Eight-fooHarris D President The Old Prices. the best work done in over night to get it. town. R. F. Meldrum, MARKETS TREMONTON EXPERIENCED Rock, Brick C& Cement Block WORKMAN. Corrected Weekly By Wyatt Bros Methodist. wheat per bu. .55 Oats per 100 lbs. 1.10 and it is said that the pipe thus used will Preaching every alternate Sunday m. 100 ;C0 Feed lbs .90 p. barley per make five hundred carloads. Logan Re. Sunday School 2:0o p. m Brewers .95 Preaching barley public ia. EVENING SEKVtCKS .21-- 2 Beef cattle per lb. at 7:88 p.m. 01 Interest To Homesteaders. 2 church. Methodist .071-Pork dressed All services at the You arc invited. .051-- 2 Pork alive In an opinion from the secretary of R.E.GILPIN, Pastor. .20 & 25 Butter per lb. the interior, relating to the right of set.30 Baptist. Eggs per doz. tlers on reclamation projects to leave Moknikg Services: .071-2 their claims and work as laborers on the 11:00 A M Chickens Sunday School 12:00 AMipotatoes per 100 .90 projects, tin secretary states there is no Preaching SERVICES A FTHHNOON . 1 not engage witl out work such forfeiting their homestead rights. After residence has once been established, temporary absence from the land for the pu rposc of earning a living will not of itself constitute abandonment especially where good faith iu all other respects is manifest. The eutrymnn must however, Likes Utah Best. evince by his acts an honest intention to Frank C. Nebeker recently returned maintain a permanent residence and to froin a Ihree months' stay iu Mexico, make the l;niui,w , to the cxclnsiou where be wentjto.inspect the big lumber of one elsew proposition in which he and Quil and a EEK rn Ynn ? II11HV Utahns are lot of other interested. But be didn't get stuck oh Every newspaper wants to publish tb the Diaz combination of cigarette fiends, news. The better the paper the more tarantulas and cacti, and he is glad to be news items Local will be. it prosperous back in the land of sugar beets, coal fam are How down. to Can especially hard "Mexico is a prettj incs and Smootism. many times have you, dear reader, been good place to stay away from," says approached by the newspaper man fj i Frank, "unless, perchaDce, one has a sup au item of uevvs and tol l him that you criuity of wives, or too much money and knew nothing of interest, frobably ai desires to retire under conditions offering the time your family were away on a the least resistance. One can keep his visit or some one from out of tow n was extra wives in grand style for less than visiting at your home. Of course you i00 a year, and evcu in my extrava-didn't mean to deceive the scribe, yet I have down there when nice you receive your paper you won costs less than 3600. As for the climate, cUrwliy your family or friends were not it's superfine, but one has a tendency to mentioned. A good way to avoid all this go to sleep. However, that's what peo is to kindly inform us of the facts or pie want to do when they retire, and for drop a uote in the post office to the pawho has drained tin per. The one item may not amount to old mouey-bag- s of northern activity, Mexico would much, but several columns of such news dregs be just the place." Mexico City he desis the life of a local paper. cribed as the real thing. t o real fur him Sudden Death at Riverside. despite the fact that he can go some wheu the occasion seems to demand it. w. II. Parke, a highly respected citi It's wine, women ami garnbliug with the zen of Riverside, died suddenly labt Mexicans, these noble scions of a rapid Thursday morning at about half past )v disintegrating race, denying four o'clock. He was apparently in thi naught w hen it comes to cnjo t&f best of health wheu he retired, iu fact life as they conceive of it. "And it's a has always appeared to be in very good life that the average American falls a health. A coroner's inquest was held, victim to with an case and readiness who rendered a verdict that deceaseit that speaks but poorly for his ideals, his (HUM to his death through natural caushis strength of will." says Mr. es, probably suddeu heart failure. Mr. Nebeker. Logan Republican. I'arke was 52 years of age. and leaves to mourn his sudden demise a widow and Woo Pays the Bill ? evera! grown up children. in , Evening Services: Preaching Prayer Meeting 7:30 PM Wednesday night at 7:30. All Services are held in the Baptist Church. You are cordially invited. A. H. Siiattuck, Pastor. Evangelical Congregation. in the German We will hold services Baptist them-pelve- Church the coming Sunday at All are invited to attend. Theodore Wobus, Pastor. New Pension Regulations. According to a new pension act, all veterans of the Civil or Mexican wars, who served ninety days or more and received h norahle discharges at the end look of their peri d of service and w hose ages upon may return; although they see left and the are over 62 and under 70 years, shall rehand and the right upon tfMte all at ceive $12 per month; those over 70 and Arms that have prospered tinder 75 years of age. will receive US a and advertised continuously, bulldlo all the lUotith, and all over 75 years of age shall business that a bigger grows up how 820 a month. wonders leeeive The time. advertis their big these houses can pay ' Pinettlea" (OO0 alcoholic) made from ing bills. Well.we'llleiihe nou advertisresin from our Pine Forests, used for ers into a secret. The successful adver b ndreds of years for Mladder and Kidtibtr has found that the more money In ney diseases. Medicine for thirty days, 11.00. Ouarantecd. For sale by the Tre expends Id judicious advertising, ihi mout Mercantile Co. larger his business grows, and ho liae LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP lturutd, .Mr. Man, that tbo advertising He is ?hc REl.IEVE.fc COUUHB AND COLD liim nothing. practically ojts ( KB MADE J. I will sell the famous Chicago Garden City Tayloring Co Suits, cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. - j M. T. RICHARDS Utah. Deweyville. All work guaranteed Taemonton, Utah, I. STAHL, Headquarters for Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ORDER SUITS TO 1'TAIT. IHEMONTON, LIVERY FEED and SALE STABLE B. C. CALL, Lawyer, Main Street, Tremonton. County Attorney. Practices in all all tbe'Courts. Office : Coukt House, Brig bam, Utah. P. O. Box 972. Both Phones. S. F. CHRISTENSEN CD CD X 0 z P 9- P py ar - CD CO CD P 0) PI CD s CD CD 13 9? X P CD 0) 0) at reasonable rates. Will Buy, Sell or Exchange Driving or Your Work Horses. All stock guaranteed as represented. W. T. HUDSON, Proprietor. patronage solicited. PEARL SALOON EYES TESTED FREE With L.C. Christensen and Sons Brigham City, Utah. Hart Choice Wines, Liquor and Cigars. Pool and Billards 5 Proprietor. Garland, Lawyers Suite A. B. Manausa Nebeker 6 Commercial Block Logan Utah. P.O. Phone 70. Box M rtfi yotsTaactV OF BROTHERHOOD AMERICAN distance VOEMA i Bear River Valley Homestead No? 99 meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday evening of each month at 9 p. m., in the Fraternal Hall, Tremonton. M B. Hsrt Foreman E'. P. Burns Correspondent. Carpet Weaver loom and am pre- Bring in your work. Any work left at the Tremont Times office will be promptly attended to. MRS THOMAS LAWS, Thatcher. Utah. Telephone Facts. The 'Phone enables a farmer to keep in direct touch with the markets, so as to know when to buy or sell. IT enables the market to make him offers for his prod uce. a the farmer to obtftia :i forecast of the weather, and prevent destruction of his crops. IT enables the farmer to quickly summon all kinds of help, 500 feet or 500 miles, it makes no IT Bart for CeUfi.'drwi. MfhoapJna Cough. Ele. e&ftblM difference. ami IT saveH many a trip to the store, other business places when roads are bad or he is busy with his work. TRY a 'Phone and you will wonder how you ever got along without it. post-offic- No OpUiet. Conform! to Nstlooil Put Food and Druf Jirolnptly obUllwd in U or du foe. Wo obuun PATENTS THAT PAY MTertMi UMH thorougwy, At our , IM fielp you lo succow. Send modol. j.hoto or (ketch for FRCC " on practice. SURFor free Guide PASSING REFERENCES. V'Kik on rYofltttbli' Patent, wrtto to "dcountrM-- TRADE-MARK, L?. S ye"' Seventh Street, WABHINOTOH, D. O. iffls7IH0g e Bear River Valley Telephone Co. rrrt BOS-BO- B Utah- - and pared teldo the best of weaving. CD Good Rigs and Careful Drivers furnished at any time Scientific Optician I have a new self-pois- Here's a little bit of advertising philo.s opby for all non advertising merchant? to consider: Now this class refuse to ad vcrtisc because it costs money and bene fits the printer, without, so the merchants assume, bringing them a proportionau j Cisterns a specialty RICHARD SCHWAB, 2 P. M. e ite Uuah. Tremonton, Church Directory. reason why entryruen may There you can tret the State, and you don't have to stay The FIRST, BEST and only FIRST CLASS SHOP iu SHOES. C& Reliable Shop For Blaeksmithiug and Horseshoeing. Ikoc steel piping witl be used to convey the water from Grace across to the plant Cashier. . CALL AT I am Making a Special Drive on t D. It. ORitlSON. 0 Live-and-Let-Liv- e HATS, GLOVES attention. S. X. COLE. Will also carry a complete line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES which will be sold at 130.000 Interest paid on time deposits. D head of dandle Valley, a huge dam is being built to turn the waters of the riv- er from their natural chaunel to a point . h still For Hats, Caps, Shoes and Rubber Goods, D thus using the lake as a large reservoir. Below, on Bear River, near Grace, at the rich at the expense of the country', prosperity The "magnates" have been engaged in getting control of railroad properties through the devious methods of corporation finance, and iu unloading iollated securities upon the Invest in public. The country was prospering, railroads earnings were therefore impro ing, and the masters of railroad finance managed iu one way or another to capi laifza this increased earning capacity and to pocket the proceeds. These charges are not to be taken as applying to every railroad lire or every railroad But it is unquestionably true financier. that a great part of the recent total increase of the capitalization of American railroads does not represent actual expenditure for improving the roads and their equipment, but rather represents the great game of private financiering, by means of which a set of men have rapidly become multi millionaires. They have got control of the American rail road system, have bled it unmercifully for their own benefit, and the result, is that it no longer serves the practical pur poses for which railroads exist. Reviews of Reviews. G. Gates, HEADQUARTERS ual to divert the waters of Bear River into Bear Lake during the winter season, for making a set of individuals euormou-l- J Successor to iag constantly at its power project iutbe n Till. For three years past men have baeu working near Dingle Dell on a ca respond efficiently to it is due to the fact that the railroad system has been used Personal BwpMWtblHty. Accounts and Correspondence Solicited. All business with us will receive prompt and Gents1 Furnishings. w Corinne' IHaL, Paid up Capital of 110,000. Immense Power Plant. The Telluride Pow er Company is era! business of the country Our grea not has come upon us um. prosperity f.iil and the of the ire railroad t. wares, 1 COLE BANKING CO., All emrk tyreo. eoaUHHf opUtt eattl-a- U Couch 8yu U. bowel.. Bee'. U bowtli ao4 coatalaa do opUUt. Uitl bith For Sale By PINEULES Tremont Mercantile for Co. thiFORKldmyt 30 DAYS' TREATMENT f Wanted ! Everybody to advertise in The Times. Our service reaches all parts of the Valley. Try it.