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THE TREMONT TIMES. Published Every Thursday Tremonton, Utah. coming an apple centre. BEET ACREAGE WILL 1 HAYE TO BE LIMITED. - All orchards, the apples of this section Feared Unless Limit Win. H. C'iil'rll. Kilitnr mikI Manager. have color, size and quality equal to Is Placed. tli K of any western, state. Entered a. aaeonal class matter April, ( are must tie used in the selection of Al neetlng ol (be Moekboldenof the (04. ;,t the Post office at Tremonton rid for orchard purposes in this district tinI'.ali Snu'ar OOmfMljr a few days, ago I'tah. under the act of eOagVMI of is considerable alkali in the low I icretarj tubaMted a report, in which as there of the valley whlcb must be avoid Marrh 3H, er part lie showed that Ihe company ITOUld hve the sections that have ed. However, 1 ' limit the beet acreage i li year in earrates. Hid natural drainage are eminently Subscription th sect ions of Ihe State a thin? that g ( )ne in advance year h is happened but nine since iUt COW adapted to the growing of apples. .six months in advance w as pany organized. The Naval Seedless Orange. One year not in advance After it was asei itained that (lie acre l he , - I tt. -- 1 aje this jrear would, if not limited TRICKS OF PARIS E.CGGARS. ,400 valley have already been and this U being increased set to apples en year. When proper care is given in II cs ' At Home In But we are told by one and an- -' t ic suyir factories, far exceed that of other school of reformers that all rrmer jeara. the stockuolden decided Stock Tales of the Trads Known to Fraternity. You Will Want Well This city is the happy hunting ground of the beggar, and especially New Year. He stops you at it the corner of the street; he tries every to hand you cut of your carriage the moment you stop before shop or resIt is partly the influence taurant. of the season, but it is an evil that Is always with us more or less. Some have quite Ingenious tricks to tempt the pity of the passerby. One lady, who Is we'll known, declares every evening at the Gare St. Lazaie to any sympathetic looking stranger that she Is a governess, and has lost her purse, and would the kind gentleman lend her 30 centimes. "And be pleased to give me your card." she the adds, "so that I may return money." The ruse generally succeeds, but the mendicant has never been known to take the omnibus, except at the close of a profitable evening, when she has probably victimized a dozen good na'ured persons. Another woman who piles her singular industry in the Place de la Concorde, addresses herself exclusively to her own sex. As a result, she obtains as much as five or ten francs from kindly matrons who are touched by her story. At the New Year the usual crop of Increased beggars is so Immensely that one supposes that the comparatively well off must descend into the street to try their luck. No doubt it Is a "metier" that has its fascinations, especially if it bo but temporary. Paris Correspondence Pall Mall Gazette. in mak-inas big gold dollars possibe for the house, if so call your spring purcbiwea lete line of on us at our store. We carry a comj g To save SDining Room, Bed Room, Kitchen lor Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Lino- lleum, Rugs, and Lace Curtains, Also, Ranges, Tinware and Glassware. Nearly forty years ago t tic department of Agricultural, Washington, received a II 'tter telling of a seedless orange of ex I t UlnU 8500 tt t V.O1 VinA ICW, (Utility lO ..h'mnlnntn llent durability growing in Brazil c Oar-Una ;aiiist 8200 acres last year. The Millions of precious lives are lost T lis word was received from u woman district, in Box Elder county, will i limited to from (5W to 0000 acres, as missionary w ho had spent a good portion - i anaj conee 1unu sweep over iL uie afloat 5300 acres last year. Many years o, her iife in that region. No notice was it lap the company limited the acreage pie t tken of this letter until one of the embelieve don't hnd. (If you bok in the advertising colums of vioti.s to the enlarging of the factory at ployes of the department found it and read it. He at once went to secure some "'.v mimx rt ' the papers). Salt is bad, pepper! Lehi-I,C& of these trees, or at least some of the such action was taken. n worse, and vinegar (except in when About 6" per cent of the capital stock buds. Finally after many difficulties, t.ie disposition) is "the limit." w is l represented at the meeting, either in he received about a dor.en ices. They Meat is quite unnecessary; yeast person or by in were the planted conservatory in prow, and the stockln Idem Will handle all kinds of horses, draft, roadsters aud in bread is suicidal and soon. Al determined to call a meeting in the near Washington No attention was paid to them until saddle animals. All horses sold or exchanged guaranmost everything that tastes good fature to consider the question of hold t to Great bear number began H""llul election of officers, instead ley teed us represented. (Jive me a cull at the Proctor barn. is bad! If we are to believe one ' u" The salve that acts li e a poultice is I Jtt u .U: w.-ro of different sent the parts country, Pine Salve Carbolized. No Other salve half of what we see in certain "l "u,u,us 11,0 e,ei:"uu evcr uvc Proprietor. It seemed to be the ton- T.vo were sent to Riverside, California. a. at present so good for cuts, bin us, boils and chapj iurnals of health and hygiene. Isjnsiis of opinion at the Price it. aboi t Ask of The attention the fruit growers was ped skin. meeting that the wonder is that the human Isich action would be desicabte, and it is aroused, when the trees began to bear. For sale by Treinnnt Mercantile Co. race has not become extinct long probable that the articles of luoorpora-ago- . The tiees and fruit were iu great de- I Job C& for Every in fact so was the demand maud; be great amended so as to provide But some how or other there' tion will body. ' alone from two original; buds the tlu.t f " nnul elections, few a more and folk left are still Why not have some letter heads and Meals 25c. Served From 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. the1 According to the report submitted by t ee sold for $1800. Two of the first a-- e at with your name, busicoming every tick of printed envelopes tie secretary, the Utah Sugar company plants are still living, and one iu River ness and address on them for the use of (rood Meals and Good Rooms. Satisfaction Guarateed. c'ock handled ' ,'Mt tons of b .'els last year. side, Cal., was transplanted by President yourself and family? We can furnish Telephone Connection With Both Lines. . 6 of a ton, or a total cost of R loscvclt when he took his trip to the them at very little more than the tdank There are sins of omission as E- A. KENT, Tremonton, Utah. Prop. Pacific ocean. California has a perfeel ones would cost and they look much nicwell as sins of commission. Not 1,188,537.07. The various items f .ost er. Call in when in town and let us were as follows: Coal, 107,111 88; coke, climate for orange culture. show you samples and tell you the cost. only the man who does a wrong Now there are no less Ihan twenty-fivl,3Kt) 41; lime rock, J21.080.87: sugar Thk Times, comes under condemnation, but bags, 5,5W.07; Biter Tremonlon, Utah. bags. 8 ,272.47: thousand acres of orange trees tn Riverthe man, also, who fails to do taxes, 80.i 22,70; ordinary labor, 91S4.J side district alone. Piles arc dangerous but do not submit good. It Was the Servant who 0i6,76; interest, general expenses and: Every year the United States consumes to an operation until you bave first tried ManZan, the Great Pile llcmedy . It is had failed to use the talent who I taddenuls, m,t Including laboratory sup about 20.000 car loads of citrus fruits. Y hen the are for up in collapsible tubes with a noz-ziput oranges ready gath the Best Insurance Company doing business in the received the rebuke of the mas- - i that allows it to be applied exactly By ering they are generally clipped off the ter even though no loss was re-- 1 where it is needed. If you have itchine W. 0. Knudson's Report. State. I can save you money on your insurance. trees with clippers. or protudiug piles and ManZan does not ported. The fact that nothing When they are gathered they are as- relieve, money refunded. Soothes and CALL and BE CONVINCED had been done was sufficient ev- - Biigliam City has loug since become sorted and brushed by machinery. Af cools. Relieves at once. For sale by E. K. Sherman Times Office, Tremonton, Ut. Tremont, Mereaut ile o. e.1 for punishment, to the extent famous for the growing of peaches, chcr tjrthis is done Ihey are wrapped in tis1,1 fttCt sue paper by .lapauese girls. bonc" of taking away the powers in-- ! ries ald 60 YEARS' Uui1' tuu Hot to Then they are put iu boxes and nailed Mtend,n fn,m EXPERIENCE trusted to the servant for some an . Coliinston are particularly adapted to by machinery. The oranges are now . purpose. Who is making the , , , , , iue raising 01 ail varieties 01 atone inns. rjady for their long journey across the bast use of his time or tftlents for as well as berries and ,,. I sec- grapes. country, and to go without damage they gX)d? Not the idler, for good is tion has a very limited local market and most be cooled. Special refrigerator I RADE mHI active. Not the man who fails to it has become necessary to establish com cars have been made for this purpose. Designs idnl conditions in order to dispose of They arc so arranged that a constautcur cb anything good for fear of Copyrights Ac. a ikeleh nd description my Anyone sending our hcr ascertain opinion free whether an rtlclturl products. As evidence r int of cxil air comes iu at one end and qntclclr HEADQUARTERS FOR WALL PAPER. making a mistake, for in that invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly contidentfal. HANDBOOK on Patents of this fact last season's report shows g,)es out of the other. When a car load for Oldest free. sent patents. agency securing there is no urrowth. Is ft not hp Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive 200 cars of fresh fruits were shipped of oranges reaches its destination, they fiat special notice, without charge. In the Sign and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. who thinks careful y, and with a and some 8.) ears of apples arc still held arc taken promptly in hand by commisWill Meet Prices on First Class Work. sincere regard for the rights of in A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cirlt0rage In the county for later ship-hi- sion men and sold to the stores, and from S3 a scientific Journal. Terms, culation of any fellow man, does something ment. year four months, II. Bold by all newsdealers. there they reach the consumer. Spring-vill- - MUNN Co.36,B,oadw"' New York for himself, his neighbor, his! The Hear Hiver Valley w rapidly he . CIndependent. (36 F St.. Washington. I. nranch d . ' Tremonton Furniture Company. EXCHANGE FEED, SALE STABLES. e Tremonton. HODE WOOD, - THE KENT HOTEL Printing - SHORT ORDER HOUSE. 11 - Cet Your Insurer Property j ,w.. pllC8-Btc- e . J mm . 1 George Meldrum, House Painting and Decorating, Scientific American. s Utah. Tremonton, : e OflV-e- town or his country. ? Optimism vs. Pessimism. When business a man in search of a borne or location goes to a town and li nds everybody full of hope and enthusi asm over the prospects of the place, lie to become imbued With the same spirit, conclude it is good eno,,, for him, drive down his stakes, anil goes to work In earnest to verify his good opinion of the town. Hut, on Ihe other hand if he Qndl (fee people pessimistic and giv en to finding fault with their surround ings, their neighbors, the town ami its! prospects, he is more than likely to hunt a more congenial location. If there are peMlnthltl in Ileber who h ive no faith iu the future prosperity of this country and its people, they should emigrate to Ari zona or some other prosperous countn " here their lives will not be WMltid in One rOBf StTUfgle Of rafftt and fancied hard luck. The proipects of future greatness for Wasatch county and i's people were nev er brighter than at present All imlica tions point to an unprecedented Msnon of prosperity in this- state and this COOS ty is in the front ranks, but it is going . to take energy and push to keep it there. Pessimitln will never do it, nor will op timisin without enterprise, energy and push behind it. Wasatch Wave. Alcohol Safer Than Qaaoline. The jcreator safely of alcohol, as compared with (rasoline, for commer clal uses Is due to the fact that It will not Ignite from pur radiated heat, as tasollne doe?; that water will extln Kulsh burning alcohol, while It will only spread a fire of gasollnf. and that th fttae of burning alcohol very little heat, while that of tasoline radiates beat vny inpldly. AUCTION SALE! The following described property will be sold at pub-lie auction, commencing at 1 o'clock in the afternoon on To Horsemen. The Mammoth Imported Jack, "KENO." will stand during the season at Hudson's Barn, Tremonton, Thursdays, rrioays and Saturdays, and at our farm one mile west of Dewey ville the remainder of the time. TERMS: $10 for the Season. WAKDROP BROS., Dewey ville, Utah. Monday, April 29, 1907, cylT 2 Miles South and cTVlY 1 1-2 RESIDENCE Miles West ol Tremonton. Beet Cultivator, 1 Beet Puller, 2 Beet Racks, 1 Tongue Scraper, 1 Garden Cultivator, 1 Low Wheel Wagon, 1 Fine Tooth Harrow, 1 Book Case and Books, 1 Wardrobe, 1 Couch, 3 Tables, Heating Stove, 1 Washing Machine, 1 Cupboard, Hand Tools, Chairs and other articles too numerous to mention. One Hand Plow, il Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. 1 &0 Lssssub- - we TERMS OF SALE Will be made known on day of sale. 30 & & Mrs. E. A. IRWIN, Prop'r. Mr, Oil 0 $P li lv Jt",(JH PtS b BREED TO THE BEST. An MOINEAU The Old Reliable No. 44324, Imported French Perchcron, weight 2200, ig at Charles 8chtnut7.' pUe. 2H mile west of Tremonton, for the newon of 1M7. Terms of er viee-- fjn fo. ervirf or 20 when the mare in known to be in foal.