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1 ggE. 1 !! JJ CREEK G,:L SPONGE DIVERS. Clcbe Trotter Writes Enthusiastically of Expert Himta Maidens. ' We were cruising in the Mediterranean in the late fall," said a globe Holier, "and on a golden afternoon we stopped beside a little fleet of sponge divers. Nearly nude, the divers sat on the edge of the boat. They held big siones that would help them descend. One at a time they inhaled three or four long breaths, and then plunged with their great stones into the blue water. One boat Interested us; its divers seemed so graceful and young. We drew nearer, and, by Jove, the divers were all girls. "They were young Greek girls from Hlmla, an island near Rhodes. It seems that In Himla the sponge diving Is carried on by girls altogether. These girls seemed very expert. "Their dark hair knotted on their shapely heads, they reclined on the deck till their turn came. Then, graceful as stage dancers, they leaped overboard, and in the sea's dim green depths tugged at the black sponge growths. "The captain said the Hlmla girls were not permitted to marry till they had brought up a certain quantity of sponges from a certain specified depth." MEANT Long-Heade- A well-to-d- p.,I O u o 1PMCI7M 1 MAIN STREET, TREMONTOX, Successor to J C. Gates, it still D D HEADQUARTERS D For Hats, Capg, Shoes and Rubber Goods, D and Gents' Furnishings. D D Will also carry a complete line of D a STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES which will be sold at Live-andLet-Liv- Prices. e I am Making a Special Drive on SHOES. HATS, GLOVES O n END OF FRIENDSHIP. Woman Knew Trials of Dresser and Dressee. d PLtA woman, 1 Corrected Weekly By Wyatt Bros Methodist. who, through change of fortune, was obliged to earn her own living, decided upon dressmaking. She applied to a number of friends for patronage. To her chagrin several of them refused. "I shall not let you sew for me," said one woman frankly, "because I value your friendship so highly. We are excellent friends now. If you make my clothes we shall not be 1 never yet saw friendship that was strong enough to stand the test of wrinkles, crooked seams and sagging skirts. Of course, I don't say that your work will be marred by those defects, but It is likely to be, and 1 am not going to take ay chancces on a severing of our mutual regard. Even David and Jonathan would have been calling each other names if either had stuck a needle in the other's wardam willing to lend you money robe. and to spend days in looking up other customers for you, but when it comes to making my clothes, never." TREMONTON MARKETS Church Directory. wheat per bu. Oats per 100 lbs. Preaching every alternate Sunday School l.COp.m. Feed barley per 100 lbs Sunday 2:00 p. m PreachiDg Brewers barley Evening Services Beef cattle per lb. at 7:30 p. m. All services at the Methodist church. Pork dressed You are invited. Pork alive A FTKRfiOON H.E.GILPIN. Pastor, Baptist. Morning Services: Sunday School Preaching 11:00 12:00 Evening Services: i Butter per lb. 7:80 PM 'reaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at Doing Our Duty. sated it f.ivno. .90 Utah. Deweyvllle. B. C. CALL, Lawyer, County Attorney. Practices In all all the Courts. Court House, Brigham, Utah. P. O. Box U72. Office Both Phones. : S. F. CHRISTENSEN Scientific Optician EYES TESTED FREE With L.C. Christensen and Sons Brigham City , Utah . Hart C& Nebeker Lawyers Suite 5 and Commercial Block Logan Utah. P.O. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN Box 34 YOEMA Bear River Valley Homestead No 199 meets the 2nd and 4th Saturday evening of each month at 9 p. m.. in the Fratcrnaj Hall, Tremouton. MB. Hart Foreman E. P. Burns Correspondent. - Ft Carpet Weaver loom and am I have a new todo rt-- ft Q. O(D0)(0 vi i m WlH I he best of weaving. be promptly attended to. LAWS, Thatcher, Utah. MRS THOMAS riiiaUMsiN I pre-paire- d Bring in your work. Any work left at, the Tremont Times ofllce i I t Sett lor Cotiskt, Colli, Cross, ud TRADE-MARKS promptly obtained la ooiutriea, or no fee. We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY. adiertlee them UmroOfhV. a our eipenee, and help you to niooaat. Send model, photo or ketch for FREE report intablllfy M j earn" practice. SUR Fi.r free Oulde PASSING REFERENCES. Book nn Profitable Patent, write to V B No Opiataa, Conformt to National Purs Food and Drue Law. 1 1 llli ! KH'i refill Isf ESFAeAJsssssre.i Condition Rarely Met With. Every state will be delivered from Its calamities when, by the favor of fortune, great power unites with wisdom and Justice In one person Plato. All SYI.9P RELIEVES COUGHS AND COLDS eoufi syrups eosUlnlnf opiates coajtl-yathe bowels. Bee ' Liza tire Co. gh te hot m the bowels aae coatalas do opiatae. For Sale By Tremont Mercantile Co. i LAXATIVE COUGH 1 niHPIII aaaa m aa Paid up Capital of $1(1,000. Utah, Personal I!cponsibilitv. IWjSOO Accounts and Correspondent Solicited. All business with us will receive prompt and careful! attention . Interest paid on time deposits. B. N I. COLE. President R ORBI80X. Cashier. . CALL AT The Old Reliable Shop For Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing. There you can get the best work done in the State, and you don't have to stay over night to get it. The FIRST, BEST and only FIRST CLASS SHOP in town. Tremonton. R. F. Meldrum, I Hah . EXPERIENCED Rock, Brick C& Cement Block WORKMAN. Cisterns a specialty All work' guaranteed Tjeuionton, I'tah RICHARD SCHWAB, J. L. STAHL, Headquarters for Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. IHEMONTON. LIVERY UTAH. FEED aid SALE STABLE Main Street, Tremonton. - Good Rigs and Careful DriVers furnished al any time at reasonable rates. Will Buy, Sell or Exchange Driving or The Lion's Mouth. The use of the lion's mouth as the Work Horses. All stock Your guaranteed as reprtscnted. vent of a fountain is so common that W. T. HUDSON, Proprietor. it cannot lie regarded as accidental. patronage solicited. As a matter of facf, the custom (like so many customs not forgetting the fountain pent came from Kgypt, which adopted it because the annual Inundation of the Nile takes place when the the sun Is in the constellation Leo lion. The allusion is too obvious to need pointing out. The oldest fixed date (4241 It. C.) can be traced to Egypt, where the calendar was introduced in the middle of the forty-thircentury; and the history of modern bean in Egypt, where It can be traced to about :!00t) B. C. The most recent discoveries give to the land of Egypt a clean run of about 11.00') years without any admixture of foreign races. "Egypt, land of bid den mysteries, great mother of science and art. what thinking mind Mas not dreamed of thee!" John Brown's r fe. Lovers of the antique wonld rejoice In the possession of a qua'ni old Iron safe Which was discovered In an out-o- f t place in Springfield, Mass.. not long ago. The safe was probably used by Its original owner when lie raised sheep and sold their wool It is large enough to hold all the profits that Brown might have reaped in The discovery has bis wool business beeu made by Col. John L. Rice, of Instead of keeping Springfield, Mass. his prize, however. Col. like has turn ed the curious old article over to the Connecticut Vslley Historic! society The safe must have contained many Interesting document! during Its sojourn under Brown's roof, and it would be interesting to get hold of some of them. he-wa- good-hearte- Seventh Btraat, WASHINOTON, D. O. KE'S John Burroughs, t he famous nature student, is never tired of ridiculing the new school of nature writers, the school that attributes a quite hu.uRii Intelligence to animals and inserts "Mr. Burroughs dined with me one night," said a magazine editor of New York, "and among my guests was a young nature writer of the new school "This young man told a wondorful story about the Intelligence of oysters. He 8: :d he was going to put the story In his new book. Mr. Bur roughs gave a dry laugh and said: " Let me tell you about a cat. This tory is quite as authentic as the other oue, anil it should do for your book nicely.' "The student paused impressively, then said: " A Springfield couple had a cat that age had rendered helpless, and they put it out of its misery by means of chloroform. They buried it in the garden, and planted a rosebush over The next morning a faits remains. miliar scratching took them to the front door, and there was the cat waltiug to be let in, with the rose bush under its arm.' " Cross Purposes. Marshall Wilder tells of an elderly lady in Cohoes, who. besides her deafness, experienced much trouble with false teeth Consequently, she was disposed to regard this world as a A neighbor, passing vale of teass. her house one da, beheld the lady sitting at lh" window, wearing an expression of more than usual gloom Thinking to cheer the unfortunate one the neighbot screamed st the top of her voice: ' (Jood-mo- i niug, Mrs. Hiiink. Bine weather we're having." "Yes," replied the elderly lady, "but I can l eat w;th erti yet.' aU B03-BO- Like CorinnC PEARL SALOON Choice Wines, Liquor and Cigars. Pool and Pillards A. B. Manausa Garland, Proprietor. Utah. ship-buildiu- g 6 Phone 70. i Demand for Hooks and Eyes. Hooks and eyes are indispensable in women's attire, holding the folds together so neatly without the use of the mnsplcuous button. There arc a Dumber of makes of honks and eyes, and the annual outlay !or them is catl- - .15 .071-- 2 ORDER SUITS M. T. RICHARDS lock-up- . Let us do our duty la our afeo 01 our kitchen, the market t&e the office, the school, the home, ja1 as faithfully as if we stood in the front rank of some great battle a id we knew that victory for mankind Jo ponded on our bravery, strength and MIL When we do that the humbled of us will be serving In that great a my which achieves the welfare of Die world Theodore Parker. .051-- 2 I will sell the famous Chicago Garden City Tayloring Co Suits, cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. mmz 2 S0 Phonograph That Calls Police. A phonographic device that will call the police by telephone adds a new hazard to the dangers of the burglar's profession, says the Technical World. When an attempt is made to force a window or door with which the proper connections have been made, an electric current operates a phonograph in the garret. The machine calls up central and asks for the police station. The phonogranh then informs the officers of the robbery, giving street and number, and repeats this information as long as the receiver is down. Meantime the Intruder, all unconscious that an alarm has been rung in, virtually walks into a trap, and if the call is promptly responded to is soon in the Wealthy and Practical Sheriff. Robert W. Chandler, the millionaire sheriff of Duchess county. New York, Is believed to be the richest American He citizen hold!' g such a position went Into oi.ice cn a reform wive pledged to economy and is making He is feeding prisoners for a KcmhI. lit.tlc over 60 cents a week. In order lo reach this figure Deputy Sheriff Townsend cut off plum pudding and Ice cream for dessert on Sunday. On ie.fr; learning this Mr. Chandler "That's all right. We must keep expenses down or they will be a.skiir: for cocktails before dinner, and the exchequer won't stand for that." .071-- 2 .15&.20 MADE TO 7:30. All Services are held in the Baptist hurch. You arc cordially invited. A . H. Sn attuck , Pastor. Antiquities at Ephesus. One of the most valuable pockets of antiquarian treasures discovered in recent years has been unearthed by D. G. Hogarth of the British museum, who is engaged in archeological explorations at Ephesus. Some of the coins among the 4,000 objects taken out at the artemisium are attributed to dates between 700 and 600 years before Christ, antedating the time of Croesus. Some of them are of still remoter periods, and are believed to be older than any other coins known to be in existence. Among the most interesting discoveries are rude terra cotta figures of the goddes3 Artemis, while some of the objects jewels and crystals, amber and beads, bone, ivory, bronzes and articles made of gold, silver and electrum, were probably devoted by devout worshipers to the personal use of Artemis. 1-- Eggs per doz. Chickens AM A M Potatoes per 100 Odd bits of spontaneous humor fre quently serve to relieve the solemnity and strain of trials In the courts. In a trial before Judge Kersten In the criminal court the other day counsel for the defendant, recognizing that he had a desperate case, made a particularly strong appeal to the Jury, say? the Chicago Chronicle. Ills plea was of the emotional order, and the crow.l ed court room was bushed as the law yer exalted his client and begged for the leniency of the Jury. in his closing oratorical flight the attorney, extending both arms toward his client, gazed lixedly at the jurori and impressively observed: "Gentle men of the Jury, in all the attributes of manhood, iu everything which goes to constitute my good citizenship, client Is a stalwart. There he sits, a stalwart physically and mentally; a stalwart in integrity and probity." Then the lawyer sat Own. In the rear of the room sat a little man who had been deeply interested in the proceedings In court. As the judge wa preparing to instruct the jury and silence was supreme, the little man leaned toward the occupant of a seat near him and in a shrill voice said: "1 am a little bard of hearing; what Itlnd of a wart did he say the man on trial is?" A wave of laughter rioated over the COUlt room, his honor smiled, while The the bailiff gaveled for order. defendant was convicted. Rose Superior to Little Matters Chloroform and Burial. .90 .95 .2 2 COLE BANKING CO., Utterances Impassioned Went All for Naught. AND THE CAT CAME BACK. .55 1.10 SkRVICKS. Lawyer's WAS WITHOUT AVAIL. mmm m "Tttr&mlffrjP! OO Chewing Gum Habit Spreads. Only In America is chewing gum made. 1'ntll quite iccenth It was consumed principally in tills country, too, but now other countries are waking up. For Instance, a Qlaagow dispatch recently stated that, whereas a few years ago Scotland was free from the chewing gum habit, now a large pa.,t of the population chews gum 4 fuss I tTJC. JiosM OBTSJClV 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 produce. IT enables the farmer to obtain a 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 BO difference. and IT saves 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- e iear River Valley Telephone Co. Wanted! Everybody to advertise in The Times. Our service reaches all parts of the Valley. Try it.