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V The Treitiont Times. TUEMOXTON. Wants, For Sale, -- m. Rome smith turned &c. BOX ELDER Cfl NTV. UTAH. THURSDAY, home on TREMONTOH BOY WINS GOLD. MEDAL ' One derrick and two buckrakes. will see his portrait. Will be sold cheap. Inquire of you A great many people Samuel Imthurn. 5-2- Bed. He has not yet doolded Haul-war- Mail For 8:80 a. Haifa Arrive Frora the South at 10:50 a. m. tM8 p. m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. Dr. J. Otto Pitt made a trip to Ma d City on Tuesday. C. C. Wilson made a business trip l )tden on Tuesday Mr. John Sommsr hat been on ihe sick list for the past week B.C. Fryer of Dewey ville was in town Friday. Take a peep in the WINDOW at tbe Hardware Store. Mr. Jacob Storrer is on the sick list, but reported better. Mies Bessie Hill has taken up the du tits of the night girl at the central office u f the Bear RlTer TclepLone Company Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Shuman and daughter Elsie spent last Friday in Co-- i 1 in tie. Tinware that will not rust, and the best Galvanized Bucket or Waahtub that erer waa made; at. the Hardware Store Two refrigerators for sale cheap. of Wyatt Bros. K. E. Wilson, traveling salesman of the ScoTille Paper Co. of Ogden, was a caller here on Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. David Stohl of Brig ham visited relatives in Tremonton on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mis Minnie Robinsen of Logan spent Monday night in Tremonton, the guest of Mrs. E. R. Shermau. Mrs. H. M. Holler returnod home last Saturday after an extended visit in the -- East. Hard Wood for Wagon Reaches, grease for Wagon WheclJ, Carriage Paint to make the old rig look new and Whips to make the mare go, at the Hardware Store. The Utah Sugar Company are mak iog repairs on their sugar factory at Garland and will also build additional beet sheds this summer. B. Tauaka has given u p his position with Dr. Pitt a; d will take charge of the beet growing for w hich he has coutracts with the farmers. Mrs.J. A. Smith snd children returned to Ogdeu Wednesday morning after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. took. Tha )at nr nnthinr Is the kind of meat we propose to supply to I people of Tremont snd vicinity. Give us a call, P, R. Hammond A Co., at Wvatt's old stand. v v The terms and conditions of our loaning are such as to make them acceptable to all hearted father and husbaud and was re siiftted by all. He has been a member good borrowers. of 'he presidency of 32nd quorum of Baf entici for nine or ten years lie has till d many places ef trust and respousibili j j ty both politically and religiously, and, STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. was always found at his post in the praformance of his duty. He was born m rs aj J in Wales, and emigrated to the L'uited States with his parents and anived in eg ACCOUNTS UNDER STATE SUPERVISION AfiD CONTROL. e I" tab when but a lad. About 1870 he 4 with his parents settled iu Portage and 4 small honor for a "kid from the i ,. he has resided here ever siuce. The funeral aervicus were held hi tbe brush" as he w as designated by some of i'urtage meeting house, Elder John F tuose who witnessed the shooting. Conley presiding. The house was filled Washakie Waitings. lo overflowing. The speakers w ere Hen This week we are offering a fine lot oi beautiful ry John and J. F. Couley of Portage, T u m Ultll . u fu iv clort'll ta rr hn fc jJ.M. Hess of Fielding, Moroni Ward of the people are getting through thtir Riverside, George F. Glbbs of Salt Lake lint tite r and Owen T. urine work already now. Davis of Samaria. There Which will be sold at Special Reduced Prices while they last. supposed to be something else now. V. e were friends of Mi Gibbs from all parts Come and see them. sre all well, no one been sick. of Malad valley, from Kail Lake Citv. Mr. George Peyope went up on the Latest sPrins styles; A Fine DisPlay UytollLogMl Uuh, PocattH,, Black the rserutioii a few daye ago to virt' foot, JlcCammon aud at Lowest Possible Prices. Darlington. Idaho, hU friends and relatives too, and Mr iu attendance at the funeral. A corteee A a id Mrs. Socquitch Timpiraboo went u of tbout forty.flfe or fifty ,eamg foow. t Pocatello this morning to visit thai,' Ld tue remidu, t0 tfce ceniet,rv. AI)olU A thousand, or less, for all sized heads friends. two weeks ago Mr. Gibbs took cold and , , ... e , , and all sized purses. Can fit U. ri; nau pretty goou we.tuer last wee, lpoUd fevcr ,tt io wJilcfa sooa took him und I hope spring is coming. Our pec lo lhg hand and we haVe the Time gre4 1)(,youf, are weather. about pie rejolciug Soap and Brushes for the job. Mm lxmisa tiiu bs is able to be out af Mr. James Brown return home fron ter her illness. Fancy and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, Ogden last week and some more othe G Messrs. W and Ed Halford, Clar-- j Everything Good to Eat at jt Indians. .nPhillips, J. F. Conley. Jr., Charles 1 am so busy I could not writs for Tht Ha a d ( heeter Hall went u Dairy limes last week. All my farm done so Jr. Bri k, it har sheep. far. J r.as Heat.n and W. T. Harris have AVillie Ottogary. S out west happing, Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. Evans Items. ins Peterson i.d the mU'u'tuuu to i off the little toe of his right foot. Mr wee in she Oi nyon ; the tint.-- . A. 8. Yoder lovt a very a!uiil he 'hen arrived home, he was taken to horse last week. Malad Bom to Mr. and Mrs. E. Sanper a City and Dr Wright dressed ti e i j j Summer Underwear Cnaxr Hnre OlXdW Ilald, isat rianMstiir VIcdnillg flfnt4'ltc? UrUCeriCSe w.nt, ' k Waldron & Harris Bros., TREMONTON, UTAH, if it is to Los Angeles Saturday morning. They expect to be gone two or three weeks. In the meantime the O.S.L. ticket and freight business at the station here is being cared for bv Mr. Forrester of Salt Lake City. .Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Krug and Mrs. Sophie Meter of Silverton, Oregon, arrived here last Friday noon, visiting with their German friends west and southwest ef town. They departed again Sunday noon from Deweyville for their home. They have been on au eight weeks visit in Indiana and Illinois. We want to sell 1200.000.00 worth of Hardware, Lumber, Faint, etc., this year (1907). We have the goods, our price is right and we are out after the ''BUIS." Wilson Lumber Compauy. baby boy. wound. Mrs. C. Wardrop spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week with her par During the week R. C Harris weut to Honeyvilla to look after some mining property that he is interested in Henry Parkinson, a former resident of Portage, has returned to make his home with us again. Mr. Parkinson has been living in Cache Valley for a number of years. About three weeks ago he was moving back when he met with a very painful accident. He was riding a horse and driving some cattle. His horse' . and Mrs. A. B. Keesc. F. Winzeler and Miss Allio Sherman of Tremonton spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yoder. Misses Vinnio Lev. is ar.d Hazel Brown of Provo are visiting their brother and j sisters, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown and Mrs. S. Elswood. Miss Lewis has opened up a millinery shop iu Alma Nelson's store stepped in a hole and fell uuon Mr Park at Bear Hiver City. Mrs. A 8 Yoder and daughter Marie luson's leg breaking it in two places be and Mrs. S. W. Yoder spent Wednesday the knee aud instep, and also broke his of last week in Coiiune, the guests of instep. He was immediately taken to Rev. and Mrs. J.V.Cody. Brigham City where he had medical aid. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Binkley spent He is recovering nicely. Mr. J. C. Gates returned from his Sunday with Sam Yoder and wife. C. W. Hall is loading a car of wheat Mrs ('has. Schmuts, Mrs. Wm. Fox-- ; trip to tho Twin Falls country a few at Washakie and one at Woodruff. Mrs. G. G. Rector and nephew and ley will and some return time next days ago r Buzz. A. Mrs. Mr. aud were of 8. the guest week, taking his family with him. " He last Sunday, The salvo that acts like a poultice is has taken up some land near Buhl and Mr. H. E. Berchtold ie working Mrs. Pine Salve Carbolized . No other salve! has already seeded ten acres and expects A. P. Bishop's farm this year. so good for cuts, bums, boils and chap to put in thirty or forty acres more as George Swerdfeger is clearing up ped skin. Ask about it. Price SScta. soon as be gets back. Mr. Cap wall 'S farm and setting out ait For sale by Tremont Mercantile Co. -- Mrs. Capwell, the Editor's wife.ar orchard for him. He will also plant au Don't forget the Times office when acre or two of potatoes on a part of it. rived in Tremonton on Friday last. She w ork. C. W. Hadlcy has been here a few want ing job came through from Pennsylvania in a days preparing the fences around his little more than four days. Mr. Capwell lace and doing other necessary work. met her at Ogden. She says she is not ESTRAY NOTICE. agreeably impressed with this country, Mrs like of course, but, Micawber, "she will never leave Mr. Micawber." They STATE OF UTAH.) M j Rawlins Precinct have commencod houseketpinz in the I have In my possession the following house lately vacated by Dr. Dunn, near auimals lawfully impounded, which, if the Baptist church. not claimed and taken away, will be sold cash bidI have a fine large at public auction to the highest WALL PAPER on Friday, the 17th at der residence my stock of latest stylos which put on the of 1 p. in, walls at very low prices. George Me- day of May, 1907, at the hour of Animals Description ldrum, Tremonton. One bay horse with white strip in face, about 8 years old, weight about 100U lbs., A FINE ANIMAL. brauded Z on right thigh. A Strictly Legitimate One white horse, about 10 years old, Liferyman Hndson's Latest Purchase. weight about 000 pounds, branded 'IK WESTERN COMEDY DRAMA, Liveryman Wm. T. Hudson received on left thigh. in said from Graud Island a few dsysago, a fine Said animals were impounded Entitled young Percheron stallion that is about precinct on the 7tb day of May, l'.IUT. W. T.SANDALL, as neat a piece of horse flesh as we gen "The Girl and the Stampede." erally find. He is an imported colt, four PoundKeeper for Rawlins Precinct. years old, black as a so'e, kind and genWill be given by a The burglars who robbed the Day nee tle in every Way, and tips the kt sraafl FIRST CLASS COMPANY OF ARTISTS. 1830 poum's Mr. Hudson feeU that in jewelry store in Salt Lake City a as a be to so or are caught, ago likely this colt he has something that he can WaHs-Fargex Special Scenery, Beautiful well be proud of and will tako prida iu pa tings delivered to the . I.itl, In U .t, ii la Im, press to he shipped to Denver contained vlut " ,:, iinn " " T"" " Costumes, Brilliant Effects ff " s qunntity of the missing jewelry. The wi iu ncii wi;u mi. tit iiuiv. jiu will and Specialties. man who shipped if gave the name of keep him here for a while and then tak On Doors open at 8 - Performance at 8:f0 hitii "in "ii hi ranch near Snowvilla, ents, .Mr. B. - Want if You n trip I 8 .3 exercises care not only in the manner of hrs borrowing but in the selection of the place. - Samuel Nihsrt sad wife s. .rted on a j 8 . N-H A R D W ARE," W O O D A R E, fil T E E L W A R E or L U M B E R, sec Wilson. m. (,f friends to mourn hia untimely death. Mr. Gihbs was a good, loving and kind t d No matter what you 3:00 p. m. the Nortfc at 10:00 a. m. here last Fiiday afternoon aged M yean. He leaves a wife, four sons, five daugh tert, four brothers, one sister sud a host Ua1(C,a nilUaC I will put on all wall paper bought of me at short notice. Have a fine suik, latest .styles. Geo. Meldrum, Treniomcn. Close For the South at that Mr. has cleaned up the landslides in the Bear Hivor Canyon and has turned the water into the irrigating canal. The slides In the canyon were very severe ai-it took nearly two mouths to clear them oat. Tremonton PostoffLe j 9 aI. j e We understand Town Locals. THE CAUTIOUS BORROWER l iwcc UUUUS, Ureas f.ir.r.c ead-in- g i 8 a-- Once more our little community has eause to mourn Mr. Joseph E. Gibbs. one of our most prominent citizen, died Laces and Embroideries W. T. Jlanna returned from several months stay in California a week ago For Ront. Sixty acre farm, whether he will remain in the valley 2 miles west of Tremonton, 40 tUts summer or go back to the land of acres plowed and ready for seed- gold and oranges. ing. Write or phone to County Why work hard thirty patentee ki does dough? The Attorney B. C. Call, Brigham, the Mixing and Kneading of the dough Administrator of Estate of in three minutes. They are at the Fred Seiz, deceased. Store. Subscriptions Paid. The Dushore Review says that a receipt for a subscription to the local paper is a certificate of good character. We h&w Issued the following: "certificates" since our last report: D.J. Ackerman (taw) to May, 1908. John Gartner, Jr., to April, 1007. t.Uil.Ut,l FINE SUMMER GOODS attended the grand bull and banquet given in the new Amusement Hall at Point Lookout , Thursday evauiug, Ma) last Sunday. 11 I from Tremoi Km n. voi. i a 11X17. , 3. Ton Toams Wan tod next Monday to haul gravel from the County Gravel Pit near Point Lookout to road west of Tremor.-toApply to H. L. Wilcox, Tremonton. Phone 2--2. tf. West Portage Items. L Short adveriaemenrs nnrfpr tlii i,Aa,i Friday last from a two mouth' visit will be inserted for One Cent a Word witu M'lentls "4 relatives la Muaouri,' At Shooting Tournament in Ogden Roy in advauee for each iusertion. No Nebraaka and Iowa. Lohr Sets the Pace and Wins A for less than Ten Cent. littledanghter wag born to Mr and the Championship. Mra. W. H. Kniefel last Sunday. Moth i ac-t! er and child were doing at last At a shooting tournament held t Og junta. EGGS FOR BATCHING. E. E. Breukmanu. Matthew Baer, den iaat Friday and Saturday, Ro&ohr. Strictly high class, heavy lay William Vlarlisf aud Mr. Henrr Get son of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lonr 6ft this ing strains, as follows : Rhode ui ide a busineas trip to Bi ighain on Mon I lace was one of the contestants in the in dividual championship contest fofTth Island Reds, Rose Comb Brown day. Daniel Ackerman will start hauling and Idaho, and a Mr. Anderson of Boise Leghorns, Blue Andalusians. Sin gle Comb Buff Leghorns. $1.60 gravel and sand this week for the foun was the other. The event was 23 clay for 15 eggs. datlon of his house which is to be built targets and in the first trial each broke credit a run THOIPSOrS POULTRY YARDS, Dm his farm two miles southwest of town. 24, Mr. Lohr having to bit 19 of If you want a nice roast of veal or beef straight. Bear River Ctty, Utah. In shooting off the tie Mr. Lohr broke for your Sunday dinuer, you can always Tomato Plant for sale on C. bo supplied b D. ft. Hammond A' Co , at 23 to Anderson's 20 out of the 25, an,, iu this Lohr broke 17 iu a straight run. Me Steffenaon's farm near the old Wyatt 'a old stand. If you want to sea thu biggest rat was awarded a gold medal of const r- Creamery. ever found in Bear Hirer Valley, just able value as well us acknowledged t e Haying Outfit for Sao- .- s.ep into the Tramoutou drug store aud the champion of Utah Mild Idaho, -- MAY A Plow, a Harrow, or a Seed Drill, a Buggy, Surrey, Carryall or Lumber Wagon, a cTVlower, a Reaper or a Hay Rake at the right price, CALL ON WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. . Yo-de- Special Attraction Fielding Opera House a Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination far J. Our greatest pride 's our suc cess in pleasing fastidious men, The man who knows what he and those wants finds it who like to depend on our judght-v- e ment appreciate our familiarity 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. Quarter Sizet with sure-to-plea- Collars the famous Triangle Linen brand guaranteed Linen and and they're only IfiC. (2 for 86c.) instead of the 'J.'ic. Linen .collars usually sc cost. 15c. Each Two for 25c. ONE NIGHT WEDNESDAY, 1 : ' May 15th. Millinery Department. Have yotl ever bought your hats of US I If not you an? not getting all that's coming to you. Without bragging, this for Spring and Valley never saw Mich styles as we are showing Summer. Flat Mushroom Shapes chiefly prevail, made of Tuscan $3.00 to $6.00 Are and Peroxaline Braids for $l.75 k.-,- :. designed for smart dressers. No made-ove- r All new Shapes. eastern buyer sends US a shipment the manufacturers. hats in this shop. Our uice a week direct from Tremont Mercantile Co. "KNnrKlNT. IS NOT or 15 FORTE."