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a. U The Tremont Times. TRKMONTONi BOX ELDEU COUNTY, UTAH THURSDAY". Wants. For Sale, dc. Short sdverisemcnts under this head will be inserted for One Ceut a word CMB iu advance for each insertion. No advertisement for less than Ten Cents. FOR SALE Two aDu a half aeres in house and young fruit, a uew i iitbnildfngs three blocks north of Kent Hotel, price $1000. H, C. Nelson, Apr. 21. pd. two-roo- FOR SALE Good sweet cider and cider vinegar. Call on L. H. (ietz Point Lookout, Utah. Farm for Sale, About i0 acres with good improvements in Elwood. John Burman. FOR HATCHING. EGGS Mrs. Abraham Kay of Elwood presented her husband with a little on last Sal urday morning, Marsh 28d. That is what made him smile so the last time you saw him. E. R. Sherman stole unexpectedly in from Twin Falls upon his family Tues day night. He was looking well, brown as a berry and feeling exultant over the prospects iu that part ofldabo. Hesays that settlers are coming in very fast utd the population is increasing much faster than the houses to shelter them. He ex peeta to return in a few days. He is en gaged iu cleaning up forty acres for a farm. Several cars of Lumber have just been received by the Wilson Lumber ('o. They can take care of your order large or until The wind got "ou a tear" last Thursday morning and tried to see what it do in upsetting tiling iu Tremonton, but only one or two out houses succumbed to itsembrrees. The big doors ejuld 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. THOMPSON'S POULTRY YARDS, Bear River City, Utah, o: ilsou's lumber yard were blown off their hinges but no great damage resulted. The storm was accompanied by thunder and lightning and some rain and hail, and a few telephones were put out of commission The Bell Telephone C had a gang of workmen here for the past two weeks dismantling the Tremonton exchange and connecting up with t he Hear Hiver Val lay lines. If they have always worked with the speed that they have shown ou this job it is no wonder they had to raise the rates to Brigbam and Ogden. The auction of the goods and chat tels of W. C. Wyatt was one of the largest h .'Id iu this section in some time and was a .tended by a big crowd who all vied with each other in getting the best bar gnihs. The sale amounted to something like ?2900, and with the property sold at private sale reached in the neighborhood of ifiOOO. Everything brought fair prices and Mr. Wyatt was well pleased with the returns. If the Sanitary Board would send its smelling committee ou a tour of observa tiol around town, it might pjssibly find several places wnere the services of used fo good A health officer coidd-bOue of the vantage. places to which we would particularly call his attention is a ditch along the uorth side of Main street west of Jensen's store. To speak plain ly it stinks abominably, and should be cleaned out. Thirty days treatment for kidney blad d jr troubles and rhuematism for fl.OW.J Vonr money refunded if not Satisfied. Pineules contains no alcohol. Does not derange t he stomach. Easy to take. For sale by Tremont Mercantile Co. . . Subscriptions Paid. Review Bays 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: P. C. C. Peterson to March, 1908. The Pushore Town Locals. Treraonton Postofflee. Mails ( lose For the South at 8:30 a. m. 3:00 p. m. a. m. 10:00 at For the North Mails Arrive From the South at 10:50 a. m. 6:48 p. in. From the North at 8:40 p. m. Ashestor Sad Irons are the best; they sre at the ?Ianhvare Store. A little daughter of Markn Woodruff of Noitu Elwood is ill with- pneumonia. s Everybody talks of t lie wonderfuf iu fc and 10c goods at the Hard'-v- , are Store. Found pair of buckskin gloves. Owner can have same by paying for this bar-cain- .A advertisement. Easter lillics are as scarce as coal was in January, and are selling at from 25 to 40 cents a bud. Don't hesitate to ask us for anything to be found in a first c'ass Hardware More, the Wilson Lumber Co. VV by don't you tall us up on the tele hone and give us that item that you want to read in The Times. We take them hot off the wire. B. S. Wyatt of Ogden was visiting his brothers bete and attending their sale on 1 Tuesday. ManZan Pile Remedy RELIEVia WHEN OTHERS FAIL Minister Called To His Reward, Legal Notices. Rev. Isaiah Dutton Hall, a ministei of the Christian church, died at his rexi Jence about a mill northeast of Tretnon ton, Tuesday afternoon, March 88, after an illness of several mouths, due to the infirmities of old age. He w as iu his 74th year, having passed his 78J birthday on he 21st of January last. Mr. Hall had becniu the ministry for many years in the east, but retired when Nebraska to this he moved from 1907 Probate and Guardianship Vol. Consul! County Clerk or the respeciive sinners for further information. of June, .l. e No I Gentlemen's Dress Shoes, High Cut Shoes, Children's NOTICE; TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF FRED 8EZ, deceasad. Creditor! will present claims with vouch era to the underfilled at his residence near Tremonton . in Box Elder County, State of Utah, on or before the '.'Kill day .State some years ago. When he catnc to this Valley he purchased a farm of 1 A LITTLE SHOE TALK. Notices. School Shoes, Ladies' Shoes, $1.50 up. 1907. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. GODFREY ANGEi;. Administrator of the estate ol Fred Seiz, deceased. (I I 2c ( aid HKll 30c up riuts up Swiss Applique forty acres where with his wife and two Nei.s Jenson, a home and sous he established pleasant 7 I 2c to 10c Linene Kiniona Style- irc u Suiting Attorney for Administrator. won the respect of all the community. Date of first publication, February 28. Seide Glace 20c " He is survived by his aged w ife and sev A. I). 1907. 25eup Curtain Net en children, live daughters and two sons. ' 2Jtc Persian Lawn Growers. Embroidered Silks Notice To They are: Mrs. Mollie Mcintosh of Kan Now is the time to put your orchards sas City, Mo.; Mrs. Mattie Wyatt and Closing out Cheviot Shirts and Shirting ;tt fifty percent in a In all h v condit ion Cut out all dead .Mrs. Bettle Frazier of Tremonton; Mrs. Also Ladies Knit Underwear at a Great Redue- wood. Prune your apple trees v4dl so discount Ada Frazier of Palco, Kansas; Mrs. Fan that you can properly spray them. All t,io!l. nie Pettijohn of Hendk-- , Neb., and J old apple trees are covered with insect Where you get the Best pests and must be cleaned up. Spray il. and I. M. Hall, residing at home. At the Right Price. linn- ami sul with ihem the away light Funeral services were held at the Bap All infested orchards pbur solution. list church Wednesday afternoon, con w ith twig borer or any other insect pest NEVER UNDERSOLD, ducted by Rev. J. V.Cody of Corinue. should be sprayed before the buds burst. Please take notice that we are going to ELWOOD HAPPENINGS. enforce the law. -- -- Fruit W Runaway Accident and Other Harris Bros. Waldron - Tremonton. O. KNl'DSON, County Tree Inspector. News, Notice To Contractors. While returning from last Sunday, little Verne dal, children of Esquire met with a very painful Sunday school sud Haiel Frl Bids will be received until II o'clock K. H. Fridal, p m., Saturday, March 30. 1007, by the accident. The Town Council of Tremonton for the furhorse they were driving became fright nishing of material and building a lock e led ami ran away, throwing them out up 16 by 26 feet in size, nine feet high, ith two sells. Specifications may be and dragging the boy some distanc, when the horse ran into the hitching posts at seen at the olllae of the city clerk, Tre the North Ehvcnd school house The nionton, Utah. The council n serves the right to reject boy was ihrowu wjth much force against ihe fence and his face was cut and he any or all bids. Geouc.e Shvman, was rendered unconsious. Burt Haws City Clerk. and others took the children home and Washakie Waitings. now they are getting along nicely. Martir. Hunsaker and wife returned Well I want to write a very small news. home Sunday evening from Collinston, We had cold wenther, snow aud rain up where they have been visiting his sister, here. I think snow was about one and I ' Mrs.S. Ifanen. iiicli fell ja.vt night. TIki Miss Agusta Byland, the teacher of road is muddy to travel through. our primary school , attended the teachOne young lady died here last Thurs ers' institute at Garland Saturday. Miss day and her funeralservic.es were held at Byland came home perfectly contented their home on Friday morning at 10 a. m. with the road-- in Elwood. She died of consumption and was ill Mrs. Eva Hunsaker and daughter, Mrs about two years. The deceased was 18 Margaret Christens, spent Monday vis years old and was born in this town in l rw the year 1889. iting in Collinston. SunMrs. Mr. and John Burman spent Two of our men went down to Garland day iu Dewey vtlle. today. Their names was Mr. Lewis Mrs. Chas. Haws entertained a large Corsium, and Dick Arritch, and returned Methodist Church Services, number of relatives and friends at her home on train No. Ijl Also Mrs. Tyboatz home Sunday evening. went down to Ogden. Her mother was On account of the absence of Pastor It is rumored that Mrs. J. P. Christen-S3- staying there about a month and a half. Qilpin the following services have been entertained a number of friends and She might come back home some time arranged for in the Tremonton M. E. next week. relatives on March 27th. church: Ruth. Mrs. Pabigee is pretty sick last week. Sunday, April 7, Preaching by Rev. She is little better this morning. They 'Just For Fun." Cody of Corinne at 2 p. m. Song serbeen seen Dr. Francke lest Saturday for vice and young peoples' meeting iu the treatment. with the above title A comedy-dramevening. Well, I couldn't think any news so far is to be given a' Garland Social Hall on Sunday, April 21, Quarterly meeting. Some of our people was in attendance Services conducted by Rev. H. J. Talbot Monday, April 1st, by Garland honietal conference at Malad last Sun of Salt Lake City, both afternoon and ent. There will be a matinee in the af our State uitc and Saturday. There was ternoon at three o'clock and a perform- day evening. from sur the conference at people Sunday, May 5, Preaching by Rev. ance at eight in the evening. Some of many I expect over 000 Thomas of Logan at 2 p. m. Song ser- Garland's sprightliest young people take rounding country. people were there. vice in the evening. the leading parts and a excellent rendiW Ottogary. tion is assured. A number of new popu-- I A Slim Excuse. ir songs will be sung between the acts. North Garland News. You Need Them Now 1 -- OR WILL SOON-T- hen Why Not See Our Stock and Give Us Your Order Now. Syracuse Plows, the Both Walking and Sulky, best all purpose plow made: Osborne Spring Tooth Harrows, The old reliable kind; Disk Harrows, Seed Drills, Cultivators. Wagons, Buggies, Light and Heavy Single and Double Harness, Farming Implements and Tools of all kinds; tp wall have a large stock of papers, and will put them on immediately if you buy of me. I guarantee all my work. George Meldrum, Tremonton. Mrs. E. M. Wyatt received a telegram Monday morning that her sister at Abingdon, 111., was seriously ill and she start ed east Tuesday morning ou No. 12. Cedar Cylinder Churns, Stone Churns and "Those Good Bread Makers" at the Hardware Store. J. M. Hoke, who was looking after his The Garland Globe gets terribly "mif farm near Tremonton for a week or two returned to his home at Flandrau, South fed" wheu anything is said that reflects upon the ability of its atheletes, baseball Dakota, on Monday. Tre Cook of Mr. and Mrs.F.A. the looters, etc., and in its last issue makes a mo nton Mercantile Co. went to Salt Lake very lame apology for the shortcomings last week and made purshases of goods of its baseball game with North Garland to augment their already large slock. by saying that it was a "kid game." Now is a good time to freshen up your And it also feels that "these kids can home Gypsinc and Lacquerette does give Tremont's famous nine a few point the work. ers that would surprise them." Further Don't forget the Times office when it brags about the Garland nine in the wanting job work. following grandiloquent fashion. Just John W. Lewis, the Garland jeweler read: and watch repairer, has moved into a "When our senior nine is ready for the part of Kitcr Hros' drug store where he season's contest, you can get all vour He will also will continue the business. BPi men in your SMALL town together handle a line line of jewelry. His new and they'll white wash you to the tune location is one of the finest in Garland. 400 to 000000000000 goose eggs." of Win. Miller and his brother S. L. MilNow isn't that a rich challenge? While ler of Penrose came in from Ely, Nevada the editor of The Times wouldn't cross a on Tuesday. They reported it somewhat I it to see the best game of ball any prowintry in that country but the rtwdl fessional team ever played, he would give were not quite so muddy as those in this a suit of clothes to see the Tremont boys eetion. Don't buy an Oil Stove until you have turn the tables on Om land's famous nine KM the Blue Flame Cook at the Han) and wUtaWatk them so badly that they ware Store. would never issue another challenge. I An Aged MARCH 88, oue-iourt- These are some of the things you need and the place to them is :tt Watland & Co's, TREMONTON. Tremont Mercantile Company - 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 jnve 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. We clre Located in Tremonton, South Side of cTVlain Street cldjoining the Levee. The wind storm of last week unroofed The safe, certain, reliable little pills that do not gripe oi sicken are Ring's Lit some of the out buildings of P. L. King. tie Liver Pills. 3efit for sick headaches, Mr. Sanford Bingham was called to billiousness mid la.y livers. Ogden to his father's bedside who is very It Is No Wonder Do You Know Us? business. We try to please oaf We (In it straight-forwarill. Customers. In competition with all others who are after their A.. I. Fife is living in his fine new trade, we have held our trade and are increasing it steadily. home he purchased recently from Thus. Draw vur ow n conclusions. We offer you our best service. Wise. "Knocking is not our forte. Mm. Chas Kaiser is reported very sick We carry a Complete Line of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet ArMrs. E. L. Tolman was a Logan visiticlesPictures, Frames, Mouldings, etc. Salt, Sulphur, Partor last week. Some of the North Garland boys return is Green, Lime, Formaldheyde, Vitriol, Raw Linseed, Turpened home from Blind Springs, where they tine, Harness Soaps and International Stock Food. were shearing sheep. We make a speciality of Cents1 Furnishing Goods, .and can The babv of Mr. and Mrs. ( has Uaiier t order, is reported very sick. please you in Price, Quality and Styles Suits d Thou. Wise has gone into the horse bus inesn. He recently purchased about 110 Tremont Mercantile Co. r olds. head of The four year old child of Wm Orov er who has been sick for some time is re ported to be improving. Chase ;ievnand family left for Park City on an extended visit. Matt. two-yea- By Order of the Town Boaad. Logan & Garland. Utah. All parties guilty of t brow lag when, Franklin, Preston & Monlpelier, BOM or oilier SftlslSI in!" the street are RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS It II !eeni requested to slop doinesn Idaho. Kth Indigaifon nd 8tomch Troubles i 1 a milcnu'iur. TREMONTON, UTAH. ' ' Wanted ! Everybody to advertise in The Times. Our aorvice reaches all parts of the Valley. Try it.