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( The Tremont Times TREMONTON, For Sale, Wants, Shurt &o. uuder this head s tvill be inserted for One Cent a word cash iu advance for each iuseition. No advertisement for less than Ten Cents. Samuel Kent has gone to work fcjr Liv eryinau Hudson for a oinuige. We are informed that A G. Wood and A. J. Ceggie have bought the building now occupied by J. L. Stahl from A. B. Manausa, and Mr. Woodward of and B. F. Livingston of Ogdenwill a open first class liquor house in Tremon e FOR SALE-Go- od sweet cider and cider vinegar. Call on L. H. Getz Point Lookout, Utah. Notloe To Fruit Growers. Now is the time to put your orchards in a healthy condition. Cut out all dead wood. Prune your apple trees well so that you can properly spray them. All old 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 infested with twig borer or any other insect pet should be sprayed before the buds burst. Please take notice that we are goiug to enforce the law. W . O. Kncdson , County Tree Inspector. ' Strictly high class, heavy laying strains, as follows : Rhode Island Reds, Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, Blue Andalusians. Single Comb Buff Leghorns. $1.50 for 15 eggs. FOUNTAIN PODLTRY YARDS, Bear River City, Utah. Subscriptions Paid. The Dushore Review says 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: .1. C.Wheelon to March, 1907. A. O. Woodward to June, 1907. Samuel Imthurn to March. 1908. Town Locals. Tremonton Postoffke Mails Close For the South at 8:30 a. m. 3:00 p. m. For the North at 10.00 a. m. Mails Arrive From the South at. 10:50 a. m. , 6:48 p. m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. Ice Saws and Tongs at Hardware Store. Harry Boyd of Garland whs a Tremon ton caller Tuesday. Found T.v ' eys on a riug. Call at for them. Don't forget the Times office when wanting job work. Post-offic- F. A. Cook made a busiuess trip to the County Seat, on Wednesday. The Lamp that gives the best light and Oil to burn at the Hardware Store . Misses Iva Parkinson and Telia Barnard of Garland were shopping in Tremon , tou on the 4th. fee these ranges at the Hardware J. days. Four good sets of Team Harness at the Hur iware Store. Marion Bond of Pocatello Valley made this office a plcas-iu- t visit last Saturday aud ordered some job printing. He intends posting the new order of the United States Court regarding the herding of sheep within two miles of settlers' homes, and will gee that the law is complied will), at least in his neighborhood. He says there is yet a foot oTsnow iu the Poeatello Valley. E. S. Graves of Nicholson, Pa., an old lime friend of the editor, stopped off at Tuesday morning when ou his Los Angeles, aud cume up to to way Tremonton to see our Valley and in Cider. tolly to visit the editor. We were glad to see him, in fact would be glad to see a Pennsylvania dog and did the best we could to entertain BIS. He was surprised at the extent of the Valley aud its wonderful growth. Dick Ronsh has quit his job with Liveryman Hode Wood to go to curlew with his father and clear up some land. His place is taken for the present by Rudy Schwab. Horse Blankets; Good but Cheap at the Hardware Store. Dr. Alexander and Mr. Porter, of the Alexander-DibbleOptical Co., of Salt Lake City, who were at Hotel Kent a few days last week, returned to that city Saturday morning. They found the roads so bad that it was not pleasant getting about outside of town, and so will make another trip here before long, of whieh they will make an announcement in The Times the previous week. The wedding of Mr. "a 'e Funk and Miss Elizabeth Kupfer1;1 ccklebrated at Verr. uon ,t the BaptiV churn'. Srjv the close of the Germarf,vaU!(frelical services. Rev. Theodore vu '!"s spoke the words that united the happy couple for better or for worse. Thomas Lynch of Point Lookout was in town one day last week with a fine pair of young horses, one three aud the other tour years old, whieh we understand he sold for ?300 cash. They were fine bays, well bred, of good weight and shape, and the purchaser thinks, and Mr Lynch says, he has a bargain. It pays to raise good stock. A pair of scrubs of the sairi3 age and costing the same amount to raise, would have sold for perhaps ?100 or flSo. The evangelistic services at the Baptist church have been quite well attend ed tbit w eek in spite of the inclement weather, considerable interest has been manifested and a number have risen for prayers, while some have professed conversions. Rev. Jesse Hyde of Murray-habeen assisting in the meetings and has preached some very forcible and up The meetings will lifting sermous. probably close tomorrow, Friday, night. Three dozen cloths pins for 5 cents! Where? At the Hardware Store. The read machine with eight horses did a good job as far as it went the other day aud helped the navigation of our streets considerably. Now if a split log drag could be used after every little rain it would pack the soil down so as to make it hard and less dusty during the summer. Early spring is the time for road work, and when the ground settles it will all pack down together aud make a good bed for travel. Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition and etc , at the Hardware Store. P. A. Hanson of the firm of Anderson ie Hanson, arrived at Hotel Kent last week from Los Anjeles, where he has been spending a few months on his California farm. Mr. Hanson comes into the Valley every year and buys grain, potatoes and other produce for shipment to the mining camps of California and Nevada, and other western markets. Last year the firm paid out 170,000 to the farm its in the vicinity of Tremonton. and arc in hopes to do even a larger business this year. He started back to California Ogdeu FOR HATCHING. EGGS t m in a few Store. L. Stahl has sold out his saloon busi UL'SstoF. E. Galpin of Oklahoma who took possession this week. Stock Food and Liniment; the Best at the Hardware Store. Mrs. F. A. Cook went to Brigham Mon diyto spend the day with her father who is ill. Dishes! High in Quality , low in Price, at the Hardware Store. Robert Burge has closed out his blacksmith business and with Emery Burns expects to go to Ely, Nevada, aud go into business. Good apples at 75 cents per box at tLe Hardware (Store. The safe, certain, reliable little pills that do not gripe or sicken are Ring's Lit tie Liver Pills. Best for sick headaches, billiousncss and lazy livers. We noticed a team or two hauling gravel for sidewalks a few days ago, but tLcy must have "become weary tf well daiug," for they did not continue long at the job. Albert Boessengcr left for California on Wednesday of last week. A letter from him announces his arrival in San Francisco in good health, and is well Ha-dwa- rc UTAH. THURSDAY, Announcement. Vol. MARCH 7, 1907 be. The name of the firm will be The Tremont Furniture House, and the policy of the business w ill be to keep strictly in touch with the growth aud development of the town. A member of the firm intends to make Tremonton his permanent home, there by placing his interests strictly in accord with the betterment of iu conditions. While the owners of this business are closely connected with the firm of Jensen Brothers at Garland , yet each constitutes a distinct and separate business from the other, and only as regards furn it.ure will the two houses carry the same line of goods. We shall aim to carry a full aud complete line, uud to grow with the needs of the trade. Being closely allied with the Arm in Garland we shall aim to buy in car loud lets together, thereby being able to get goods at a better price than either could hope to do in acting separately and thus we shall be prepared to better serve the trade, gi ing the best possible prices and treatmi consistent w ith true business principle Kindly soliciliug the support and confidence of the people of Tremonto:: and the country tributary thereto, we remain with assurance of good will and treatment to all, , The Tremonton Furniture Company. By Hyrum Jensen, Collinston, Present Manager. NOTICE. The public is hereby notified that we have sold to Jensen Bros, of Garland our entire furniture business, together with our good will. We desire to thank the good people of Box Eider county for the kind patronage they have extended to us duringthe three years that we have beg ...,.) We are pleased to announce i '..;, KtWnrtftr- that Jen sen Bros, of Garland will continue the furniture business at the old stand in Tremonton, aud ask our patrons to kind ly favor them with similar treatment and patronage as they have accorded us. Dated March 5, 1907. Stohl Bros. Furniture Co., Tremonton, Utah. Plain, Honest Facts, No merchant can sell goods on long time and live, and Bills are Never some PAID. What are we to do? Only one way; Buy for Cash, Sell for Cash. There are times when farmers have 110 ready cash. If your credit is good 3rou can borrow money, may be of your merchant, for 30 or (iO days, th'en pay cash for what you need. Get Our Prices and you will Buy Our Goods. Truly Yours, 30-Day- s D. S. LOHRj, Tremonton. GENERAL 4 No Legal Notices. NEW SPRING GOODS Having purchased the business of Probate and Guardianship Notices. Stehl Brothers Furniture Co. at Tremon ton, we hereby announce to the people Consult County Clerk or the respective of Tremonton in particular, aud to the siguers for further i nforination. trade iu general, what our policy shall e leased w ith the place. Big values in 5 and 10 cent goods at Store. the The salve that acts like a poultice ia Pine Salve Carbolized. No other salve so good for cuts, bums, boils and chapMonday, ped skin. Ask about it. Price 25cts. Commercial Club Meeting. For sale by Tremont Mercantile Co. returned A. N. Fish burn and wife The Tremonton Commercial Club will home Tuesday evening from a visit with meet at Fraternal Hall next Monday evefriends and relative iu Brigham. They March 11, al 8 o'clock sharp. All were accompained by Mrs, Eli Christen ning, are requested to be on hand members Mrs. Christenscn is a m n aid children. road f r tatftt and pfWptfy shtcr to Mrs. Fishburu. p BOX ELDER COUNTY, MERCHANDISE, P. S. Notice what we have to eay in 30 days from now. It Is No Wonder 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 cigars especially, but smoke one of our leading brands and you will smoke no other. Riter Bros Drug Co. Logan & Garland. Utah. Franklin, Preston & Montpelier, Idaho. Prices. Popular We have a fine line of NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF FRED SE1Z, deceasad Creditors will present claims with vouch era to the undersigned at his residence near Tremonton, in Box Elder County, State of Utah, on or before the 28th day of June, a i). 1907. GODFREY ANGER, Administrator of the estate of Fred Seiz. deceased. . Nki.s Sheeting at to a yard. LADIES' DRESS GOODS 6c. 10c. Cardinal Prints Jenson, Attorney for Administrator. ECimoaa Date of irat publication. February 28, A. l). 1907. t Sale of Personal 1 7 Styles . , Sinn, deceased. Notice of Sale of Personal Property. Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of the District Court of the first Judicial District of the State of Utah, in aud for the County of Box El-'made on the 9th day of February, in the matter of the estate of i)ar! Swiss Applique .'50c to 10c Linene Suitings 25c up Cartain Net l-- " Embroidered Silks Property. IN THE DISTRICT COURT, Pro bate Division. First Judicial District, iu and for Box Elder County State of Utah In the matter of the Estate of Carl UD c Seide(ilace Administrator's 4 1 up 5c " 20c " Persian Laws " 28c Closing out Cheviot Shirts and Shirting at fifty percent discount. Also Ladies Knit I'nderwear at a Great Reduc tion. Walton Harris Bros. Where you get the Best At the Right Price. Tremonton. MKVKK UNDERSOLD. r, " ".. deceased, the undersigned, the Administrator of the estate of said deceased, will sell at private sale at the late residence of said Carl Sinn deceased at Manilla Precinct, iu Box Elder County, Siate of I' tab, to the highest bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, on Monday the 11th day of March, 1907, the following personal property, Two Horses, 7 Maies. 3 Colts, about 24 tons Hay, 19 tons Oats, 29 tons Potatoes, 319 bushels Wheat, more or less, a id other miscellaneous farm crops, al so following goods and chattels: Beds a jd Bedding, Stoves, Carpenters' Tools, Chairs, Tables, Cooking Utensils and Chattels, also Farm Implemeuts aud Tools: Binder, Planters, Harrows, Mow ers, Rakes, Forks, Shovels, Wagon, Bug gy, Hay rack, Harness and other farm '.ools aud uttjusila, all situate and being iife farm of said ceased at sa;ii Mauidu Preciuct, Box Elder County, State of Utah. GODFREY ANGER, Administrator of the cs ate of Carl Sinn, deceased. Dated Brigham. Utah, Feb. 25, 1907. FiiED J. HOLTON, Esq., Attorney for Administrator. You Need Them Now, , Administrator's Sale o! Real Estate. In tLe Distr ctCouit, Probate Divis'ou, First Judicial DisUict, iu and for Box Elder County State of Utah. In the matter of the Estate of Carl Sinn, deceased. Notice of sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the Disti i :t Court of the First Judicial DUtrlct of the Mate of Utah in and for the County of Box Elder, made ou the 9th day of February, a. d, 1907, iu the matter of the estate of drl Sinn, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of said deceased, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said District Court, ou the 11th day of March a. D. 1907, at the residence of said Administrator at Manila Precinct, i i the County of Box Elder and State of Utah, all the right, title aud interest of the estate of the said Carl Sinn, deceas cd, at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said c tite has by operation of law or otherwise acquired other than or iu addition to that of the said Carl Sinn, deceased, at the time Of his death, in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying aud being in the County of Box Elder and State of Utah, and bound c I and described as follows, The East half of N. E. Quarter of Si ti"ii4,iii township 11, North Ranged, West ol Salt Lake Meridian, containing ia all SO acres, more or less, with all ap-p- -- OR WILL SOON-Th- en Why Not See Our Stock and Give Us Your Order Now. Syracuse Plows, best Both Walking and Sulky, the t te nances. I'erms and Conditions of Sale. Cash gold coin of the United States, ten per cent, of the pun base money to be paid to the administrator on the day of sale, bilanoe on confirmation of sale by said District Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. GODFREY ANGF.H, Administrator of the estatr of Carl Sinn, deceased. Dated Brighsiii, I tab, February 25th, , 1907. FkkI) J. HOLTOD Esq ., Attorney for Administrator. Gently moves the how els mid at the same time stops the cough, Bee's Laxa- The old reliable kind; Disk Harrows, Seed Drills, Cultivator Wagons, Buggies, Light and Heavy-Singland Double Harness, Farming Implements and Tools of all kinds; e These are some of the things you need and the place to ge them is tit Watland & Co's, TREMONTON. Clothes lust as You Waul Them. "Just as you want them" Clothes the kind we are furYou select the cloth you like and tell is nishing right along. us what you want, and YOl' GET IT. Our "Correct Methods" of Measuring and Cutting make a misfit impossible. In making up Clothes Special Care is given to strength-eninparts that have the most wear, and the little things are not slighted cither. Let the women folks examine any garment of our furnishing ; they .will tell you "that's well made." Now sum up the Clothes question (rood Cloth, well made into a splendid fitting garment, just as you want it, costing no more than store clothes isn't that a combination worth trying ? M. Born it Co are the tailors ; their goods have convinced many Will yon let us prove our statement g "hand-me-down,- to voil ; f Twenty Dozen pairs of the Celebrated 'Cracker .lack'' lirand (jf Overalls, something that gives the wearer satisfaFor 30 days, beginning ction Frlnimry 5, we will sell thescQg Ladies' Furs We have a few left. Also Ladies' Waists. Skirts We want to I'nderwear, Kte five them them a chance. lit. Drugs and cTVledicines. tive Cough Syrup. Contains Honey and Tar. Mt opiates. Best for cough, cold, croup and whooping cough. Satisfaction W'e have a Complete Hi ran teed. Children like it. Mot In is Tablets, Paper. indorse It. For sale by Treraont Kci Sets. Candy, Pocket cantile Co. ManZ&n Pile Remedy RELIEVE WHEN OTHFRS FAIL all purpose plow made; Osborne Spring Tooth Harrows, , i That men smoke when they AM) 'Cost The "Shumate" is a Hollow Ground Kazor, Klectricallv tempered, and is surperior to any $3.00 blade OB the market. We guarantee these Ha.r,rs and will exchange without question if not entirely satisfactory, The '.Shumate' Honing Strop has no superior. Either 3)1. UU IKistpaid ou receipt of lot Men's Fine Wool Special Rihtied underwear, tine, soft quality. Keeps the body warm. I'sual price HMQi Our price Conklin Gloves. None better in the market. We have a com pletP lino in a reduction from retail prices of , . . , per ct. senti sr 2.00 20 line of Envelopes, Pens, Ink. Mucilage, Toilet Cutlery, Tobacco .and Cigars. Tremont Mercantile Co., Inc..