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f the Farmers of Box Elder County, To Greeting: Chainnanof Board, J AFishburn. E M Wyatt. Member J C Gates. D C Roush. S D Watland. Cle r George Shuman. merit your patronage during the past are going: to do our best to merit more of it during the next twelve. We are well satisfied with the way our farmer friends have treated us, and v.e hope they can say the same of yours truly. One principle we adhere to strictly in this store is to give at least One Dollar's worth of Merchandise for every hundred cents we take in. A thing we like to do, and do do as often as -opportunity permits, is to give our customer:! a little more sometimes a great deal more than their money's worth. Our reputation for treating our trade well has created some talk in this Vallev. which simmered down to a fine point means, PAYS TO TRADE AT FISHBURN'S." "IT Marshall You'll not find another such a large and varied assortment in the valley to select from. prices, too, will please you, the savings are so noticeable. The Summer Dress Goods. An endless variety of all the newest fabrics and latest colorings. We think there isn't a that we cannot satisfy. The matchless values will readily appeal to the economic buyer. want n " 1 , 23c J ImonOats 1 2 Columbia Wheat " Maple Flake Mince Meat Gloss or Corn Starch ' 3 5e ' " 4 ':( 7 1' lakes pounds good Rice : lc 25c g 25c 25c 25c 8 2 7 :j PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN WHY Bars Silver Leaf Soap " Dover " P1'' White beautifully illustrated monthly magazine of the w ide awake West ith f km main,;: short stories, pie turcsque personal point of view description of the interesting development of the West, and the romance and hi tory of Ihe wonderland of tho A '' Toilet Cans Corn peas Mustard Sardines " Oil Sardines " good Salmon. flat cans. Smoked Bloaters BUY AT THESE PRICES? " 1-- lb Peter Clegg. Three Mile Alma Iverson Hi it; . Nelson W S Hansen Miinluu N. C. Jeppeson ('. A. Anderson Representative W. W. Laslvy E. HuBsakcr Calls Fort ville K. N. Gardner B. J. Record ev !)e BOX ELDER CO FX TV Cnllinaton Uy rum Jensen J. R. Steading Judge 1st Judical District Heaver Dnm U. J. Eisner Win. F. Bovver Willard W Maughan. Buar River A. E. Holmgren H.PTborten B. R. Sherman ( has Kroksh Dist Atty F J Holton. Maniia H.C. Vanausdeln T. E. SecrUt Sunset Chairman County Com. Riverside L. H. Kennard Jit. O Smith A W Valentine. T. F. Coombs Job Welling Fieidios Co Commissioners M B Hart E. R. Hartley Sylvester Owens Malad D E Adams K. U. Rndd J. Nish Plymouth Sheriff Joseph Joseph.SOn porUge J. E. Gibbs Hans Knudaon Adams T. W. Saoilol Ilawli"j4 S N Cole Treasurer House Chas St, k. s Geo. N. MaAam Promontory Recorder C. W. Bobbins A. 1,. Peterson Curlew Clerk Nephi J Valentine. Park Valley I). Hirschl A. A. Ecker ItB. C. Call Terrace Attorney F. Hylaud John Kilssoi) Melvin Nebeker clear Creek 0. 1) Mclniire 1.. KempU'ii Surveyor S. Babbi Assessor Elias Jensen T. II. Blackburn Jr. II. ('. Yates Junction School Supt A E Jensen Grouse Creek Phil Psskett C. C. Tovni earth Ask your local newsdealer for ourrent issue or send $1.50 for year's subscription. The book, "Road of 120 beaut T a Thousand Wonders." ful western views in four colors w ill be included tree . SUNSET FLOOD BUILDING. Tunisian Bazars. of delight Mi tha visitor are the bazars of Tunis. One merchant has a $5,000 carpet which he likes to display. This huge, filmy creation he will fling into the air for the benefit of a possible customer and allow it to settle Itself gradually on the ground. This it does, unlike an ordinary carpet. So exquisitely Hr.e is the weaving that it imprisons air bubbles large enough to hold a man. Heal storehouses Pi.tono 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 5c 25c 25c 25c 25c Justice of Peace Andrew Funk Constable COUGH Charles cheaii BEE'S LAXATIVE RELIEVES COUGHS . and MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. I- What 25c will buy in our Grocery Department. 7 Have you ever seen a Sunset? t Ladies' Skirts and Waists. $M D. S. LOHR, Tremonton. John c cutler. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. S charles Secretary Tingev. A. W. Valentine, Chairman M A General Bredden. Atty. Dr. A. K. Rich, Secretary J A Edwards. Auditor embers. B. and E. Hart I). Adams, It, ' James Christiansen Treasurer of Public Instruction PRECINCT OFFICERS A C Nelson, PRECINCT Jt'STICK CONSTABLE State Senator 1 District Box Klder James Knudson C, F. Nelson In buying Clothing you don't want to overlook the fact that price alone doesn't mean anything. Its what you get for the price that counts. No suit is a good suit that is cheaply made. The looks may be good but if it isn't built good the looks soon depart. The kind we sell mains something to you -- it means that it is absolutely correct in every particular. Friends' Oats Scotch Oats Banner Oats F .vie drum Governor SPRING SUIT. lkp " R STATE & v if Now is the Time to Buy Your New a John Shuman. Treasurer 1 v There are a irreat manv good that are tirt ejAM that we buy cheap ami sell cheap for cadi only. full 18 oz., We have a premium Coffee at 17 also a first class Jap Tea at 40c, better than any 50c tea you can buy iu packages. Sec Us For Groceries. a tine line of Embroideries. Lace, received Just Gloves. Closing out our Clothing and Shirt Waists at First Cost. Call and see our goods in every deIf Our We sell the Garland Flour. partment. Prico are right and you are right, we want your Yours truly, trade. TItEMONTON Mm WE did our bent to twelve months, and we Bargain Store. Official Directory. SYRUP RNGS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS rsOLnR Relieve Indigestion and Stomach Trouble! DAINTY OXFORDS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY, all the new lasts and leathers. See them is to buy them, buy them means foot comfort Comprising and satisfaction. Red Seal and cA F. C. Dress Ginghams, a yard only 10c. Where else in this can ? them at these A county you get prices We hope we have made it clear to you why you should pay us a visit before making your Spring Remember that we carry everything in wearables and eatapurchases. bles and sell all as cheaply as possible cheaper than any other store in the Valley, quality considered. Fishburn & Sons, R. L. TREMONTON, FEW REFRESHMENTS "In the Good Old Summer Time. d? New Perfection Oil Heaters CO UTAH. Stores at Tremonton and Brigham. MILLIONS IS THE COST OF , - 1 NORTH mat One of the women of the Corev fami Pittsburg stated to day that there aretwo aides to every story and that Mr. orey never had and never would reveal the cause of his differences with hii form erwife. She added that Mrs Corey No I was in every way au estimable woman ami a good mother and that Mr Cofty wa. deeply grateful for the part she )y in played iu helping him wealth. K) sm eess and No more elaborate trousseau was ever into this country than that of brought the prospective bride of the steel insgnate Among her gowus is one coating thou sands of dollars. It consists of change able blue and green silk mull of the pal est tltiM lhekirt la exf'iiifeli tfltbroM HELD UP Engineer Killed and Fireman Wounded by the Bandits. , - escaped The sheriff of Deer Lodge Count on trail of the bandits. They are "HOT" while you are cool. (See them.) Those "Good1' universal Bread Makers: Such labor savers. See them. The Lisk Sanitary Self Basting Roaster. See them. Street v are Car Strike in San Francisco. 1 tin-top- and isy Hfcrtk A combination of the above makes the kitchen A S T E S N-- I II I N T-- I Wire Doors, vention." The Old Reliable which no Fly or Flies have ever been able to effect an these Doors and screen your Windows with this wire, with "the pest" Put Them Up Early. a "Paradise." Try Them. . Guess : Means "Pre- Fly-Proo- f oo and Wire Cloth, through If you put up entrance. you will not be bothered dust come to the Store and be convinced the goods are here, that the prices are right, and SEE THE VARIETY. Don't buy any kind of Lumber to put in the ground but CEDAR lumber Lumber of all kinds for any purpose. 0 hle hllllfMOM : . All the street ear men and telephone )erat(iis in Sn Kraneiseo arc on a strike 1,1 everybody has to walk or hire a w W0. 0" Th9 MUt ,rl' n"n,b-rin- S are out in svmpsthT with the men. The . .. i inc aooui liic .nor i mi aim strike is for a shmter day and bigger mous. The magazines are filled with wajjes. Seteral hupdred strike break- "lat kind of stuff and have pictures of ers arc on their way from eastera cities Hgtd Mormon homes, hovels which it l) tnk8 the places of the striken. ('lllls typical 1'tah school houses and the Los ,)ow famous devilfish map. Mr. Peet Ioted the slaoders freely showing their The Los Angeles Limited train which fl'lT, nialiciousuess and absurdity, was taken off the roads between Chicago Angeles via of Ogden and Halt t1W JWbltoatloM TkkMl; attack the '"' been restomUnd i, now Ci'v' Public .chools of Utah and boost their makiue ita regular trips. The Limited owl' cll00, nt "e cipense of the public srriT,8 ,t 0g4ei from lUr Eu, H, 6;35 schools. Mr. Peet contemplates making p m.. and leaves for the Last over the 411 ',,t'0,l lecturing tour in the south I'. P. at :10 p. m. rn part of the state very soon. -- Salt Timepiece Paperweights. '''", Truth Noire)! and useful are the siu.". . with a clock Inaei in certain, reliable little pills are OCUgOtMtl, i bo They be an t hat Jo not gripe ot sicken arc King's Lit Blade i" it and, but the clock la more tie Liver l'llk :t st for sick headaches. ptalnl? MM when face up. Hsf,., 00 1, N-E- IH'TTK, Mont May 7th. The North Coast Limited HUtbound train on the North Pacific railroad was held up by men near Welch's Spur two masked of Ilutte. Engineer miles cast eighteen James Clow was shot and killed and Fire mn .lumes Sullivan was shot through the arm. After shooting the enginemen th- rob'iers jumped from the engine and '' "' COAST LIMITED i$0 and 3 Burners: With or without Oven. Tfcee Stoves have wicks and give a .eautiful BLUE FLAME. They are the latest and most improved Oil Stove on the market, and are fully guaranteed. 'KEEP KULE" while you cook and do ironing (See them.) Asbestos Sad Irons ered in blut silk and Unworn woven tOffttfa ar with silver thread. The hut worn HIS NEW WIFE ay Mill Oilman with thii costume sets well buck from the forehead and consists William E. Corey Finds Real Live of while straw with silver embroidered Prima Donnas Come High. ornaments and a swopping white feather. Her trousseau includes other splendid New York Mar 8. The love of the evening gowns, afternoon toilettes anil steel king for MWs Oilman will have rott elaborate and simple street costumes. approximately I5,000,0C0 by the time thovare mated. It became known to Mr. Peet Lecturing in Utah. day that he recently presented his moth ,s 1cet lectured in a number of er with 1210,000 in bonds of Ihe steel trust and has also handsomely provided HWM in Davis county a couple of weeks His suLjoot. w as " How 1 tali is mis for Ms father. He gave his first wife 2,000,000 at the time she secured her direpresented in the east by the Preshy vorce and had given her t'rian Hoard of Home Missions, its ,000 ,000 pre Mr. I'eet's He has also made a trust fund l,lr"'S and its magazines." of 11,000.000 for his son by his lirst wife. 'eituree were illustrated by flno stereop ami Here highly inti resting, Investments for his relatives and the ; v' rMd IXUactl frOR) the Preshy leriiin prodigal gifts he ha- - showered BpOtl Home Mission Monthly, and the Assem Miss Oilman bri-.- g Ihe lotal of his ex penditures since he became enamored of ly lit rld which for vears have dev, ted the beautiful actress up to the K 000 - nroat of their space and energy to aland-FIVE &0 $& 9 Wilson Lumber Company, Tremonton, Utah. "WIIEFE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." mmm 521 TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing. J5 OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE RIGHT.