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1 V nt Times The Tre TRBMOKTON, For Sale, Miss Lydia Hon-- who was visitShort advcrisements under this head ing Mrs. F. A. Cook a few days last will be inserted for One Cent a word week, returned to Ogden Tuesday cash in advance fur each insertiun. No morning. advertisement for less than Ten Cents. While unloading his car of house hold goods at Buhl last week, Mr. J. C. Gates, formerly of this place, EGGS FOR HATCHING. broke an arm. This will prevent Strictly high class, heavy lay- his doing much fanning for some ing strains, as follows : Rhode time. We di J not learn the extent Island Reds, Rose Comb Brown of the fracture. Wants, &c. , Wanted Horses to pasture. Good Feed and plenty of water. J. Stokes, Jensen Ranch, Point Lookout, Utah. Haying Outfit for Sale- .- One derrick and two buckrakes. Will be sold cheap. Inquire of Samuel Imthurn. Subscriptions 3. Paid. The Dushore Review nays that a receipt for a subscription to the local is a certificate of good character. We have Issued the following "certi- Tremonton Postoffi e. For the South at 8:30 a. m. 3:00 p. in. For the North at 10:00 a. m. Mails Arrive m. m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. George Shuman and family last Saturday in Brigham. spent Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Yoder of Evans spent Sunday with friends in Tremr.nton. Tako n poep in tii:: WINDOW at tin Hardware Store. PAPER. T have a fine large stock of latest styles which I put on the walls at, very low prices. George Tremonton. Mrs. Thomas McMaster of Brigham isiting with her brothers, Messrs. J. A. and A. N. Fishburii. Tinware that will not rust, and the best Galvanized Bucket or Washtub that ever was made; at the Hardware Store. Mrs. and Mrs. George Sherman of Curlew have come down from their ranch to spend a month or two. Your table will be well supplied with meat if you give your order to I), li. Hammond & Co. The best at the low est prices. PI one 0. Don't forget, the bazarr to be held Ladies at Fraternal Hall tlieM.E. by Mel-ilruu- t, J. L. Stahl has had a new gravel walk laid in front of his Main Street lot between Galpin & McClure's and Hudson's livery stable, and we barn that several others are to have walks laid as soon as they get fie teams to haul the material. Now if Mr. Hudson will move his barn back a few feet and lay a good walk in front it wiil make an im-provement that will astonish him-- ; self. Ii wiil not be let by contract, bnl ondi rstaud that Samuel Sclmnk will h ve charge of he work aud that it ttill be ready for dt diuaiiou earl this fall. The church here has been orgunizi d a nun ix ears and the zeal and energy of the ! a tors aud membership base made them one of the strongest congre g ii fin in he Valley I . Tne BinK Will Come. ibis place, we have positive information that its removal to 'lrcmcnton will be only a matter of a few weeks. Koine have baid that Mr. Cole was "only bluft-- j iug," " talking for effect," "he didn't mean to come," &c, but this week cer-tain things have taken place that eon Arm w hat we have said all the time, that the bank would come as soon as the af fairs of the banking company could be got into shape for its removal without I . detriment to its business. And now it is decided Mr. I). R. Orbi- sou, the present cashier, will leave the concern and go to California. He has been with the bank for many years :and feels like quitting hard work and taking ja neitded vacation. Tfc entire ts&ii ! The lack of ice is a serious mutter in this town this summer, and ice cream and other goodies w ill be scarce unless some scheme can be hatched to furnish the'cold stuff at a reasonable price. We understand that D.Tl. Hammond & Co. bought t" carload oT'nrlifi id ice from will Ogden a few day ag. but nave none for sale. The salve that acts like a poultice is JS'o other salve Pine Salve Carbolized so good for cuts , bin ns, boils and chapped skin. Ask about it. Price 25ets cor sale hv Tremont Mercantile Co. . be Air. Cole wilJ'uu-do- reorganized. itedly remain at the head of it, buif a u.).. men .. i.i be chosen as cashier and he hH1 likely ue Tremonton man. aj a number of the si.LK.kiioldi:r in ih uew organization are residents of this place and vicinity. The bank willprob-- j ably be organized under the State Bank-ing Laws aud wiih a much larger capital than it has had up to this time. A lot h s been purchased and a new building will be erected for its home. This will be done very soon now and we hope to see the sign out, " Ready business," u ; Fixing Up the Roads. re-- t Meeting of Business Men. Tuesday night a meeting of the Commercial tlub was held at Fraternal Hall to make arrangements for a Gala Day. S. B. Watland presided. It was moved to fr within the next two months. mill. OF ABILITY 9 9 OF EXPERIENCE of packing and dispoMng of apples and other fruits w as dis cussed, a committee consisting of Mo- -- ft -- o 8 9 S 6 8 8 -- 9 9 4 a IS 8" o m 8- - SUCCESS f T o That is why our growth since organization has been one of steady PROGRESS. m 8- - STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. 6- - ACCOUNTS UNDER STATE SUPERVISION e- - 9- - AND CONTROL. ' FINE SUMMER GOODS j - roui Mortenscn, Geo. L. Carlton , Seymour Miller, W, 8 Hanaen tttd Walter (Ireen 8rd out hat va- rink of apple and ither fruits were best to ph.nl for profitable crops and to meet the requirements af the best Jiiar kels. Another committee was also appointed to see to the proper packing of fruits and their marketing to the best ad vantage. This committee consisted of Erasmus Hansen, Harry Seager, Moroni Mcrlenstn, David Holmgren and Sey inotirMiiler. The name or trade mark "Bear River Valley Apples," or other fruits, was adopted and will be stenciled on all boxes and packages used by the Farmers' I nion. The manager was also directed to plane orders for boxes aud other packages with manufactures and procure a Supply for was to and recommend This week we are offering a fine lot of beautiful w the coming season. Laces and Embroideries Which will be sold at Special Reduced Prices while they last. Come and see them. Latest Spring Styles; A Fine Display rifACC fi UrCfea UUUUb, at Lowest Possible Prices. ovlc Summer Underwear A A thousand, or less, for all sized heads I Id lb, OlXdW Haic and all sized purses. Can fit U. ?unse, C-fivi- firnrartctiz UiUCcriCb, Waldron b- & Harris Bros., TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. F. C. report seems to have gained credence in tbu town and vicinity within the past few days that the Cole Banking Company will not mave their bank to Tremontot. as has been long aaUi d We are unable to learn the original source of he rumor, but we have heard that large erected uanufacturiug plants ate to at Corinne that, ivilleuiplo ieve al hundred nun uiid that the iiaukiu Company will remain their on that account. Mr. Cole was iu Tremonton last Satur day and had a talk with some of the busi ness men here and we understand he gave them considerable enoouragement, iu fact talked that thuy wonld soon put up a building and do business here. A - ' On and alter July 1, no special de livery stamps will be needed to insure the immediate delivery of a letter. Ten cents worth of stamps of any demomina-tioattached to a letter with the words Mrs. A. P. Bishop came up from "special delivery " written or printed on Salt Lake City Thursday to look after the envelope in addiiion to the postage the interest of her farm. She returned required for ordinary delivery, will Monday morning. cause the post master to get a hustle on Mrs. G. L. Swerdfeger and daughter Mabel made u flying trip to Corinne Satur Hnd deliver your letter on the double day morning. quick. A. V. Hadley went to Ogden Satur The safe, certain, reliable little pills day evening and returned Monday eve- that do not gripe oi sicken are King's Lit ning. tie Liver Fills. Host for sick headaches, VV. H. Capwell and wife of Tremon- billiousness and lazy livers. ton were Evans visitors Friday. TOWN ORDINATE. S. W. Yoder and wife spent Sunday in Tremonton, the guests of the Misses Sherman. Securing Team On Streets. .1 C. Wheelon is having his hay bailed. At a regular meet ing of the Town We expect the tilephonc in about a Council of the Town of Tremonton, week. It will improve the country, not Box held May Elder Utah, County, onlv in looks but In convenience. 20, 1907, the following ordinance JjiW" Fancy and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, Everything Good to Eat at TMnfc It Will Not Come Here. . , -- j Then the matter Evans Items. ehange the name of the organization to Business Men's Association, which was agreed to, aud that will be the name hereafter. A committee consisting of F. E. Galpin C. C. Wilson aud A.N. Fishburn was Mrs. L. P. Jensen and children Notice To Contractors. to sol icit funds for the Gala went to Buhl, Idaho, Wednesday appointed to be held in the near future and re Not ice is hereby given that, waled proafternoon, to join her husband on Day at a meeting to be held to morrow port posals will be received by the Board of their new ranch. They will be (Friday) evening. Trustees of Bear River Cltj School I) gone some three or four weeks. No. 13, Box Elder County, Utah, Tremonton Buys a Building. Why work hard thirty minutes kneadon or before Saturday , June 8i does The 'Universal" ing dough? j, 1!07; t he Mixing and Kneading of the dough The Town Hoard a few days ago pur- at 2 o'clock p. m., for furnishing all main three minutes. They are at the Hardchased the building lately occupied by terials and labor required for the build ware Store. Felix Zeeigcr as a barber shop and moved ing of a brick addition to the norlh There are a number of cases of it to a lot near D. It. Hammond & Co's School building In Bear River City, and whooping cough in the vicinity of meat market, and will transform it into also for a brick addition to the school Fielding and other neighborhoods a place for holdiug council meetings, house in South Elwood. in the northern part of the Valley. Bids will be considered for each spar-atcly- , elections Ac, and also prepare in it a s of Rawlli road master L. H. Gelz, or for both in one bid. for the drunk and disorderly. Precinct has had ten or a doztn tmms The trustees reserve the right to reject To Jamestown Exposition. hauling gravel ou the road between Treany or all bids. Low rales to Jamestown Exposition monton and Thatcher lately, and he For further information and for plans v Oregon Short Line May 15th. and ami hopfcs to have oDe milt of good road to specifications call at the office of Andaily thereafter. Long j.iiiiits and di I bow for the work next muddy season. drew Funk, architect, Brigham, or at route. Sec agent for full panic if matter what yon want, if it is verse the residence of Moroni Mortenscn. HARDWARE, WOODE N-- ulars. 1 L. O. WINTERS. ARE, 8 T E E I. W A R E or L U M MORONI MORI ENSEN, Trustee. R E R net Wilson. P. M HANSON, $ RFUEVtS WHEN OTHERS FAIL ManZan Pile Remedy 9 6 - - , , OF CAPITAL e 8 e- 8- e -- r THE SUM TOTAL a -- ga9H w H. L. Wilcox, road supervisor of Manila Precinct has had a number of teams hauling gravel for the road wast of town this week, and from present indi cations the whole extent from the railroad to beyond Salt Creek will be in much better condition next winter than last. We understand the county commis in morrow (Friday) uight. sioners have appropriated several Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fishburu, Sr. t hundred dollars more for the work, uriied to heir home in Brigham Monday will be a good investment and it morning after a week's visit with their one for the farmers than a a better sons in t hi place. Mrs. A. P. Bishop who has been new court house. teaching at Grouse Creek during the inter, has closed her school and was iritiug friends ueur her ranch at Evans last week. Hard Wood for Wagon Reaches, grease fur Wagon Wheels, Carriage Paint to make the old rig look new and Whips to make the tnarc go, at the Hardware Store. Fiuest beef, veal or pork always on hand at Wyatt's old stand Nothing but the best in the market furnished by dcilers D. R. Hammond &Co. 6 -- Last Saturday a meeting of several of he largest fanner and fruit grow ers of The congregation of the Apojfcolic lot the Valley was held at the office of the Christian Church have purchased Farmers' Cash Union in this place to ami just west of i he railroad in this piece will begin the erection of a new house of consider several matters connected w ith the disposal of their surplus products. worship in a few days. One matter brought up w as the estabof This church under the lishment of a mill for the manufacture end Rev. Imthurn Samuel their pastors. of alfalfa meal, a product that has great Rev. Jacob Storrer, have ont growtHheii feeding value and can be transported like building, located about a mile aud we t of town, and lately it was decide: other meal, without waste, if put up in to build a larger house closer to the tow n bags or sacks, a committee waa appoint ed to investigate the business and' report T ii- new uilding will be 32 by 4f f--ei w in ize and ill comfortably sent 250 pen as to the advisability of building such a the many rumors put on all wall paper bought, of Notwithstanding me at short notice. Have a fine Stock, that have been circulated regarding the l itest sty les. Geo. Mcldrum, Tremonti n. removal of Cole's Lank from Corinne to Mails Close 6:48 . 6 4 4 1 GROWERS i he 4 fs'o 13 MEETING OF Apostolic Christians Will Buill soon. I will Town Locals. From the South at 10:50 a. informed Hot Vol. -- f bis belongings is he can not well take wish him, We (ire sorry to have Mr. Sliattuek leave here, citizen end a as he is a good and us f devoted Christian whose influence is ev er for the right and the betterment of those with wl.om he comes in contact. Who will succeed him here as pastor we are ficates" since our last report: Lew is Brenkmahn to May, 1908. E. A. Harris to June, 1907. S lepberd Tallmnn to June, 1907. when Wt. Bear Riyer Valley Fruits to the Front. California, and will move to that place lie adver about the first week tises a sale of personal property to lake pie. June MAY '.:!. FOR TRE Wilson Lumber Company. Rev. A. H. Shattuck has accepted a call from the Baptist church at Dinuba, place on Saturday, will dispose of such IMPORTANT KSDAV. FRUIT We want to sell SS03.000.00 worth of Leghorns, Blue Andalusians. SinL umber, Paint, etc., tl.isyear Hardware, Comb Buff gle Leghorns, $1.50 We liave the goods, our price is (1907). 15 for eggs. rurht and we are out after the 'BLTS." THOMPSON'S POULTRY Bear River City, QUI. ITAH. Till CHURCH ANOTHER ' YARDS, BOX ELDER U. FARMERS' CASH UNION. (Trade Mark.) aiAnnouncemeiii Two weeks earner than we anticipated, we are here prepared to serve our 200 corporate members and as many as may find it desirable to do business with us and investigate our corporate basis and plan upon which we "sink or swim." We make no promises or affirmations to the effects that we will undersell any one in town; in the county; in the state or in Chicago, but we will promise to give each and ev- ery member a rebate or dividend on the purchases made such as the class of goods will warrant, be it 10 percent; 15 per cent or 20 per cent. Each member will become a beneficiary in proportion to the amount of business he does, save the 8 per cent on his capital stock, which comes to all alike. IN SaOCK OW. S, RAKES, BINDERS, HEADN A T OF ERS, EXTRAS, TOOLS OF VARIOUS KINDS AND SUPPLIES OF EVERY KIND THAT YOU MAY NEED IN CARING FOR THE SEASON'S CROP. We can supply them for you, and our purpose is to serve you. FIVE CAR LOADS OF WHEAT AND AS MUCH OATS WANTED REXT WEEK. We shall be pleased to quote you prices by submitting samples. Yours Truly, FARMERS' CASH UNION, DAVID HOLMGREN, Manager. Apparel of Quality For Mer. of Discrimination Our greatest pride is our success in pleasing fastidious men. The man who knows what he wants 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 lit all purses. Neckwear the nattiest of the new in patterns and styles. - Quarter Sizes was passed: unui COLLARS Any person having charge of a Collars the famous team, shall, while such team is Triangle Linen Linen and standing in the streets or other pub and they're only 15c. lie place of this city, stand near the (2 for 2")) instead of the head of the same or have hold 25c. Linen collars usually cost. of the lines attached to them, or 15c. Each Two for 23c. otherwise secure them to some post or other BUbfltantia! place of s'aixl-inThe word team as used in Have you ever bought your hats of us ? If not you are this section includes one animal hitched to ft vehicle. getting all that 8 coming to you. Without bragging, this Any person wuch styles as we are showing for Spring and violating any of the provisions of Valley never saw this section shall, upon conviction Summer. Flat Mushroom Sbapet chieHy prevail, made of Tuscan thereof, he fined the sum of one dollar for first offense, and two dollars and Peroxaline Braids for $1 .75, $2.25, $3.00 to $6.00 Are and a half for each offense there- designed for smart dressers hats in this shop. Our All new Shape.8. No made-oveafter. sure-to-plea- g. brand-guaran- teed se MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. r i t. A, FISHBURN, President. Attest : Qj&ORGE SHUMAN, Clerk of Council, eastern buyer sends us :i shipment once :i week direct from the manufacturers. TREMCNT (MERCANTILE CO. "KNOCKING IS NOT OUR FORTE."