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The Tremont Times. TREMONTON. BOX ELDER COUNTS, L Wants, For Safe, &c. Short advcrisements under this head will be inserted for One Cent a word cash in advance for each Insertion. No advertisement for less than Ten Cents. FOR SALE. Two and a half acres in house and young fruit a new blocks three north of Kent outhnildings 6900. Hotel, price II. C. Nelson, Apr. 21. pd. , EGGS two-roo- for hatching! 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 egg?. THOMPSON'S POULTRY YARDS, Bear River City, Utah. subscriptions Paid. , The Dushore Review says that a rer ceipt fur a subscription to the local is a certificate of good character. We have issued the following "certi fieates" since our last report: V, T. Wilson, new, to May. 1908. II. P. I.arsen to March. 1907. pa-pe- Town Locals. Tremonton Postoffi e. Mails ( lose For the South at 8:80 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 . m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. There are more trees beinu sold in ll is Iu county this spring than ever before. to be it far fetched wouldn't fact, very siy that there are more being planted this spring than in nil the history of the c uinty before. Il wili not be many years until we shall rank with the best of them i:i iheUniled Slates as a fruit producing section. Uox Elder News. Superintendent Summer of the Bear River Telephone o npauy has iuatallcd new gasoline engine in the central b lildiug here to furnish power for the p' ,ut. The i Id engine was a very small o le, in fart too small for the work re q ired of it, and it gave out some time a . The rvw one i a hummer and not o il.t f rid lies power for the dynamo,: b .i pumps b water from the cellar. Everybody is glad to see the Town B mrd redeeming their promise to fix up the s reels as soon as tlif weather permit t'i. i'hey have had several teain at ! w ik the week or two and are much bin.' good. Now lot the 1 owners do their share and build their 8 dewidks and we ebalj have a town that will attract attention and trade. If the j ink man could he induced to gather up the empty caus and other rubbish tn a me of the vacant lots it would improve the looks of the place immensely. We want to sell $200,000.00 worth of Hardware, Lumber, Paint, etc., this year (1907). We have the goods, our price is right aud we are out after the 'BUIS." Wilson Lumber Company. From the looks of the Tremont Mer eaiililo Cos show window, we judge the base ball season is about to open. Halls, b its and other pat aphernalia of the game is much in evidence. The addition to Jacob Stor-fr'- s cottage is nearly ready for the "mud joiners." It w ill furnish him four e.tra rooms and be very couvenient. He is working at the job himself assisted by Samuel Schreuk. Washikie Waitings. .'."-hanc- Coud 1 1 A. E. Jensen, County Superintendent of Schools, visited the Tremonton school on Tuesday. He has appointed Monday and Tuesday. May 27th and 28th, for the second examinations of Eighth brade pupils. Hard Wood for Wagon Reaches, gr use for Wagon Wheels, Carriage Paint to make the old rig look new and U hips to make the mare go, at the Hardware oioie. W. T. AVilson of Coriuue was a visitor He had with at this place on Tuesday him the l&rge Shire stallion, Mark, late )y brought into thU patt of the country. This is a fine bay of good weight and ..c tion and ought to be apprecii.ed o; breeders and horsemen. W. W. Harness of Roy spent last ueek at the Kent hotel. He was ten dull eel ing trees from the Davis County Nurser ies. in which he has an Interest. I hi trees that he delivered were of good size and free from disease, Tree Inspector Knudson said that of three thousand which he examined he found only elev en in any way diseased, and he could cas ily give a clean bill of health for the . whole cargo. Why work bard thirty minutes knead The "Universal" does ing dough? the Mixing and Kueading of the dough in three minutes. They arc at the Hardware Store. The safe, rcrtain, reliable little pill that do not gripe oi sicken are Ring's l.ii lie Liver Pills. 3st for sick headache billlousncss and lazy livers. -- In iUm UlU, Ji L1IC lllttllll. ijlBIll ton as follows: y l 1 I I UI11UU ' A retail liquor dealer is one who deals iu the selling of spirituous, viuous l.ak-Cti- and int Mr. Meldmuri por s bad a big time that the Odd i elio the Grand I. d:.c held iu Fro vo, and t lull much euthii i. iu was manife ted In all the delegates over the excclleul outlook for i Lc order in this State. Many new members have been initiated the past year and many suspended numbers rein at t li.,u in q an i ie u exceeding four gallnil.; and three r .i i : any n quart to anyone iuu be er in the .'lass, bottle or jag or k . ; and erj sucti retail liqtioi dealer shall pay a yearly license of $1000.00. ordinance- - in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. A. J. FISHBURN, President; xi Bg p-- .v-- at.Ued. . Bear River Yalley Apples. The Singing Evangelist in Zion. David Holmgren of the Bear River papers tuat fiol. P. B. Stout, who assisted in Valley Farmers' Protecttvc Association the roival services at the liuptist churi h reports placing a sample box of apples from their valley with a New York firm l this Winter, is now couducliug very handled over 3,000 cars of western that services iu that city They give The manager of the him redit for being one of the moat fruit last year. firm to has visit the Bear River promised been has there helpful evangelists ihat in near the future and we very r Valley f years. We understand that he will no he when sees the excel doubt have p obably come back here for a few days lence of our there that he will products Uier iu the season. effort to secure all available make every Methodists Hold Quarterly Meeting. fruit. The reputation of Utah fruit growers is extending abroad and no one A very well attended Deieret quarterly iMatlaf n ed fear for a lack of mtrket rvLe was held :.t the ireinouton M L. F u iner. cnurch last 6uiid.iy , Rev. Mr. I'albol, Entertainment at Elwood. tut pfestdlug eider from Salt hake City , c iHiiiicted .he services, gifiug a very In "The Happy Family of Father structive discourse whieh waa full of Time", a juvenile cantata, with wiie counsel, in the evening he preach music and libretto by Charles H. a sermon of great power that was list Gabriel, will be presented by the e led to with wrapt attention by a large Elwood primaries on Wednesday a .dience composed ul the congregations evening, May 1st, 1907, in the O ooth the Methodist and baptist church Elwood Hall. The following e. as well as many others of other do-are characters represented : imiuaiious Hi- - text was from the do Father Time, Prof. Geo. La Saul iugs of Rabab iu protecting the spies Thief of Time, Margaret Peters sunt by Joshua to Jericho, aud from ll he Eva Brough Duty, d.e a many instructive lessons concern-GoInez Christensen Hope, a condemnation of evil in ever) form Love, Marilla Crowther and ais power to forgi.e siu if the reMamie Woodruff Patience, pentance of the sinner is niuccre. Rebecca Lae We :earn from the Sa t suc-cefu- . Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, Friday, Died in the Hospital. Christensen Frederick district forecaster, who estimated the snowfall in Denver at seventeen and a half inch's, said that though the storm was re lein thiscin for prll,ll was ly in UHi.ns unprecedented, uu .iprd 21. 22 .nd 23, 1885, the record:, show a snowfall ..f 32 inches, 23 iuches falling on the last day of the storm. The only weather bureau station in the mountains of this State is located at Corona, on the Moffat road. There only fourinchea fell during the late storm. It ws feared that heavy snow falling otivthe old snow of last winter might start slides running, but in the sections of the State where snowslides are most frequent the snow was light and no slides bare been reported. On the whole it ia asserted that while the storm was heavier than any of the entire winter, and some damage is re ported, the resulting good will offset the loss many fold. Big Fire at Bingham Junction. disastrous fire took place at BingJunction Monday afternoon. Three buildings belonging to George Peterson and their contents were totally destroy ed. The loss was about 115,000, with about G000 iu.Mi ranee. The tire lasted about three hours. The burned build A ham fSga were tho Junction Hotel kept by Mr. Peterson, and a brick addition used as a saloon by Carl Ullun. Most of the furniture and fixtures were burned or and steady PROGRESS STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH. DAVID SOCLES, President M.S. BROWNING, R. L. FISHBURN. JR., Vice Pres. J. E. HALVERSON, Cashier W. T. DAVIS, Assistaut Cashier. OUR SPRING LINE Of Dress Goods is now complete. Before buying call and see our large We aaways Ilka to show you something good and reasonable wheth er you buy or not. line. Dress Shirts. A very large and carefully selected line of Silks, Mohairs, Pongees, Satlues, etc. LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS. Harry Thaw's Lawyer. elpbin Michael Ddinas, the famous alifornla lawyer who was tbe leading toraey for the defense In the Thaw asc. was born In France April 14. 1844. lc removed to California iu his boyhood nd "ii graduated from the Santa Clara college In 1862. Three years later he Myrtle Garfield Rachel Crowther graduated from the Yale law school. AfClara Hawa ter his admbiion to the California bar In Irene Seager 186 he practiced law in San Jose until La Rue Seagerl 1882, and clnce then In San FrancLco. i . t I Remember We are Headquarters for tbe Old Reliable Corson Gloves. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. Gents' Plain and Fancy Sox. Ladies' Hose, 10 cents up. The old reliable Tomboy BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS. RESOLVED, THAT THE BUSTER BROWN Stocking1 is a boon to mothers and a snap for Santa Claus. Buster Brown. Where you get the Best At the Right Price. waldron & Harris Bros Tremonton. NEVER UNDERSOLD. If You Want A Plow, a Harrow, or a Seed Drill, a Buggy", Surrey, Carryall or Lumber Wagon, a c7VIower, a Reaper or a Hay Rjake at the right price, CALL ON WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination Our cess in The wants greatest pride is our suc- pleasing fastidious men. man who knows what he finds it here and those who like to depend, on our judgment appreciate our familiarity with the fashion world's most exclusive offerings. Our stock in all departments offers exclusive styles, yet variety enough to afford free choice and fit all purses. Neckwear the nattiest of the new in patterns and styles. sure-to-plea- se Quarter Sizes (7$ COLLARS Collars the famous Triangle Linen brand guaranteed Linen and and they're only 15c. (2 for 95c.) instead of the li.'ic. Linen collars usually cost. 15c. Each Two for 25c. else so badly damaged as to be of little value Citi-au- . terprise. Our record since organization is one of conservatism, energy - H. Brandenburg, Joseph Halford of West Portage died in a .suit LkJu hospital, ."Saturday evenHe ing. April 20, aged aooiii ,' Ceased had been siiffei in- - vi ii append!' Saturday, He was thosen regent of the University weut to the bospilal about a' Chorus of Seconds. motitli ngO lor in opiuai i in froM which C wrus of Minutes. of California in 1888 and delegate he .vas appareutl recovering n lint n ti C lorus of Hours. to the Democratic nations! convenlapse sel Iu and death f lluwd. Mr. Delmas' C ru. of Days. In M Lonil in 1(K)4. tion fu aural er pttnlcuWui inn notice e Special features will be the home Is at Cast Delmas, Santa Clara recei.eo ,u iait. lo 'in-- laMM uut ffUl Sewing Circle and May Pole Drill. rountv. California appear MSI week. tf Is one of the moct important acts In the career of a business concern. The right banking connection is of material help to any en- - . . e '. .in nd f .mil,, returned Provo and last Saturday fla i f 4 No 9 Choosing a Bank DARING BURGLARS , pa--- Q urge ..e!dr from their rip Vol. flw chureh The Ladies Aid of the Baj-tis- t thirty days treatment for kidney, Mad will meet with Mrs. Wayne Binkhy on der troubles and riiuciuatistn for Jl.Oo. iourmone.i refunded if not satisfied, Thursday, May 2nd. All are invited. i (nettles contains no ale hoi. Does not Mr. W. Fish burn of Brigham came derange the sti uiai li. Easy to take. Fur up to this glace and spent Monday nigh, .ile by Trim nil Mercantile Co. with his brothers, returning Tuesday Had a Large Time. morning. Tinware that will not rust, and lie best GalvanUed Bucket or Wushtub I ho: ever was made; at the Hardware Store We had quite hard frosts several morn lugs' in the past week 'out we have not heard of any special damage. Some thought the fruit might be injured, but tvj have not heard any complaints so far. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. E. A. Kent on Thura day , May 2. at two oclock iu the sfte: noon. All ladies interested are requested to attend. No matter what you waul, if ii is HARD W A R E, WOO O. L N-A R E, S T E E L W A R E or L I M 1! E R, see Wilson. F. A. E.Roche, who was one of the delegates to the Grand Lodge of O O F at. Provo, raturned from there on 'hurt day of last week. While there he took had cold and was confined to his home for two or three days as the res.ilt. APRIL 23, 1907. MAKE BIG HAUL April 23. 1907. But I am going write a short story The Indians are all well up here, and! Id Salt Lake City. Break into Store, they bigin start spring work aud some Loot the Sale and Carry off of them are hunting wood out in the countrv some where. We are already Diamonds and Jewelry. putting in our suear beets. Some ot us Some time last Saturday night burgstart put in in a few days. I hope we lars entered the jewelry stere of John are going to raise a good crop this year, Daynes & Sons in Salt Lake City, broke s much wet weather, and quite a ahowei open the Hall safe and aeenred dia rnouds last night. and other jewels worth from 112,000 to Mr. James Brown went out to Nevada 15,000. again about last week ago, and his sob Among the stolen property was 800t went ith him of uncut diamonds, about 4.000 worth 'J . , ,, T dome oi our inaian women weui um Torth of other jewelry , and 1701n inou to Ogden last week. M rs Pabigee is J from the cash drawer. Tho last rep ting all right now. V"' ented the savings of the cashier. The Mr. Lewis Corsuim aud wife went .. fi v - was no doubt the work of experts; down to Tremonton yesterday. . . . J 's had the place aud time for the oper Ii Timnimlmn II ra .( oi inr I'1ouQo iona picked out. aa being on the Main because one of their relatives died UD c.1 of tue city they stood a good " rc1 the '?5uake River about three weeks ago. for detection. In breaking the Jlr. Owen Davis wa seen in V ash&klp' yVifo rhev used a oiedsie hammer aud , last Sundar on a ouslucss trip. 1 froke off the combination kuob which rhoroadisin good condition so fari,--v 'I dnaitted them to the valuables. Sjine herds of sheep weut through OV"' QIAW CTARM IT TtCWPD tj.vn two or three times this spring oof- - -,n 11C v uun uivui in iuniuii Our day school wilt be out next F nar (hii day afternoon, aud they will carry ot:, His,' f fror programme. I heard of it. Win. Ottogar JWas pENVER, April 21.- -A sharp drop in L Town Ordinance. temperature followed the snowstorm last night, fourteen above zero being record i,.pa At a spveial meeting of the Town by the weather bureau in both Den cil of Tremonton, Utah, held April 2& H 8ml Puebloalld fruit of a,, Uinds in 1907, the following ordinance was enaot I J ustern Colorado was effectually nipped j. ' , 'n' the bud. At Grand Junction, the ten . lie it enacted, ordaiued and pasaed r y''er of the more important fruit growing the Town Counciluieu and the presit f ?L dent of the municipality of Tremo-- . the temperature fell to 30 degrees, and ton, that Sec. 4 of Ordinance 2 be and the weather observer there reported to the same is hereby amended to read day that the condition of fruit was as follows: While the damage to fruit in grave. Sec. 4 License for any vocation or busithis State may amount to several million ness for which a license is required dollars, nearly all other crops will be shall b- - issued for term ot one year grea.ly benefited by the m oisture. A re iu advance. inarkabla feature of the snowstorm was Be it enacted, ordained aud passed bf waa more aavere in the l'wlnde the 'lwi Councilmeu and tba nMMintititM- two-stor- Take a peep iu the WINDOW at ;ln Hardware Store. E. R. Sherman returned to Twin Fall on Saturday last. UTAH. THURSDAY Millinery Department. Have you ever bought your hats of us ? If not you are not getting all that's coming to you. Without bragging, this Valley never saw such styles as we are showing for Spring and Summer. Flat Mush room Shapes chiefly prevail, made of Tuscan and Peroxaline Braids for $1 .75, 2.2;", $..00 to $0.00 for smart dressers. All new Shapes. No made-ovehals in this shop. Our eastern buyer sends us a shipment once a week direct from the manufacturers. Are-designe- Tremont Mercantile "SHOCKING IS NOT OKI! PORTE." Co.