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uut join the white cross com v, binding up the wounds of Published Every Thursday At P 1 12 fallen and wiping away the . Tremonton, i tah. tears of the sorrowing. -- lomm MTm. ii. ( npi !i. K.iitor Mid Munner Y Rott in Albany Mirror. THE TREMONT TIMES. . Eatared i:M :n u (m m mm) cims matter pfH. office at Tremonton. PURE un4er Ittrek Srd! I87t. iiionttix in advance com-m'ssione- 1140 in fed VMM If, as one politician avers, "Taft is Mhpfirl nnd has the inside track." it will require all kinds of crowding to pass him. Vice-preside- nt ani fvr u'liimn - Fairbank's fath- armrdintr mnker Also, Ranges, Tinware and Glassware. j - The to the Chicapc Kecord-Heralson is something of an expert in c jpperas, fence making. d. Dining Room, Bed Room, Kitchen, or Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Lino leum, Rugs, and Lace Curtains, r 1 syrup, large cans, put up and baking powders can. will sell them. and that other at prices Pineapple goods . er d( or ota alum ontainiiit' '."' Remember our Clothing Selling at FIRST COST, also A New York man declares that n. . a lot of Shoes and Hats selling cheap. 00 per cent of the women are sell-itbMerchants or butchers Please stuml le in and see what we can do for you at terly selfish. Perhaps he can prove the number who refuse to i ig impure or spoiled liquids support their husbands by taking! 0 foods, including meat, cr m washings. Jtels or restaurants serving The pawn shops are now offering them will be liable to heavy Manufactures and Carnegie hero medals for sale. This penalties A Few Don ts For Husbands. is the natural result of a rich man! retailers of candy and soda Official Directory. too meddlesome ter fountains wUl have to be 1 Lvsm Tremonton Furniture uompany. i FEED, SALE 8, EXCHANGE STABLES. y Lohr's Bargain Store, - TREMONTON. g j creu Want To save as many big gold dollars as possibe in makthe house, if so call g your spring purchases for on us at our store. We carry a complete line of About (be size of a man, barefooted with hU father' shoos on, had an emp ty hag on his back containing two railroad cars and a bundie of empty bung hole He aroM a wooden overcoat, ahcet Iron pan ami had for company picked He a had skirt. anold bar his in of soft up hoop pocket and a apital of 1 soap cents and a m i and was supposed to have gone oil on ion d o 11a r bii ear. HU moustache is liable to appear at any moment. He was bora before brother in the middle of the week, and was crosseyed and looking b Ah ays for Sunday. When last seen he was agoing lick a ta lamp around Tremonton, with some other fellow s girl, and had on a new suit and a new pair of sboes. which he had bought at the -l S.ilisrrijj" ion rate One year in advance One vear not LAW. Lost:--- A cheek, On Tuesday of last week the new State Pure Food Law went into effect. Under its provisions, according to an made bv John Peterson CASH STORE OF D. S. LOHR. t ie new dairy and food About time for EXTRACTS. Look here at these prices for appointed to enforce Hewlett Bros.' and Townsen i's best gooods: the law, the merchants of LtaL 4 Bottles, 10c size, for 25c I Another invoice of Straw invv have on their shelves vast M 25c l";c " for Hats and Notions will be of canned goods sub 3 4"an u ik here in about 10 days from 3 90c 50c for jtti to condemnation, partic 60c " for $1.00 ularly jams, jel ics, etc., sweet- 8 tned with saccharine, a highly 4 ( ans Rest Sweet Corn for 25 cents for the best brands. dangerous product; peas ami Tomatoes, lCc a can. Raspberries, Blackberries, Apricots, other vegetables colored with Cherries and Peaches in in at 20c a the act of eonjrress of Ttftfc, Sk POOD l'i! $IOOO Reward! You Will Small Boy! Will handle all kinds of horses, draft, roadsters and saddle animals. All horses sold or exchanged guaranteed as represented. Give me a call at the Proctor barn. HODE WOOD, Proprietor, Tremonton. THE KENT HOTEL SHORT ORDER HOUSE. Don't forget that sunshiny side (t iJ That Michigan man who is accus-- e8i'w'ial!.v TREMONTON of impure substances and of a woman's nature cannot outlive ed of having seventeen wives, must Meals 25c. Served From 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. have been determined to have his flavorings. All adulterations coldness, indifference and neglect. chairmanof Board, J A Fishburn. Good Meals and Good Rooms. Satisfaction Guarateed. Don't growl about womanly exbuttons sowed on, if he went to and mixtures must be brand-jai- l H " E M Wyatt. Member Telephone Connection AVith Both Lines. for it. are as so !e long you travagances " " " Tremonton, Utah. J c Gates. E. A. KENT, Prop. in bills own H coming! personal ac-tthe law enforced M keeping your U " "Have all the fun that is D c Roush. order. it to is be of Mr. the running letter will to be said one good ' you," carding SB Watland. Don'c meddle with the affairs of Roosevelt's mottoes. And when it jdmgerous for any dealer to sell cler George Shuman. isn't coming to him, he goes after anything except pure, straight the house. The man who must 1 u-- e o 11 Treasurer even to whisky. -- Logan know every little detail, and counts Marshall the cost of every household move Journal. ' "Oh, the Carolina moonlight softly lights the starry skies," sings a Charlotte poetess. Yes, and it's the Carolina moonshine that lightens the Tarheel's head. unmitigated nuisance. Don't expect smiles and kisses is an FRUITS OP RECLAMATION. According to official figures, since the reclamation law was en HOW TO GET TRADE. acted by congress in 1902, eight towns have been built and 10,000 The trade territory cf a town is people have settled on what were not all dependent upon the distance desert lands. To prepare the to neighboring trading points. The way for these settlers 100 miles trade territory depends upon the of branch railways have been enterprise of the merchants and the built, 1,267 miles of canals have residents of the town. If a town been dug, many of which carry does not reach after the trade it whole rivers, and forty-3eve- n will come only as fast as it has to, tunnels have been excavated. It and will grow as it is forced to. ' is estimated that the territory But if the merchants go after busi- embraced in what is known as ness in the surrounding country, the arid regions of the United advertising in every possible way,j States covers 600,000,000 acres. and making good every word of of which about 60,000,000 acres their advertising, trade will come are subject to irrigation, which, from an everincreasing radius, the! when properly supplied with wa-- j town will gain a reputation for be- ter, can be converted into farms ing awake and it will forge to the as productive as lands in front. It is the men in the town fully the most favored sections. A and not altogether the men living bill was introduced in congress within a certain number of miles the last session for the pur at from it that makes the town. pose of reclaiming ov erfiowed A dead man don't do much anfl swamp lands in Arkansas, good in the world. To be sure Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin, North Carolina, he helps the undertaker a little New Jerseywhen he is hearsed at his late iSouth Carolina and other States, home, rehearsed at the church and those back of ik say that jt and all the rest of the ceremony. wiU be "Pushed" a- the next ses The tombstone man also gets his sion- - The member who offered little dinner out of the event, this meil8Ure roughly estimates but that about ends it. He may the amount of overflowed and leave some "footprints on the swamP lants to be reclaimed at acres- the reclamation sands of time" when he departs, but he don't get any satisfaction ol which would increase the land out of it, for he is kept so busy value more than $6,000,000,000, just being dead that he has no the annual crop value $1,500,000,-tim- e to go and track himself 0u0. nd if subdivided into sniffing at the sublimity acre farms, would supply 2,500,-o- f 000 families with homes and put his life. Boys, it's a pretty short trip, 12,000,000 people on lands now worthless. -- State this life business. You think it's practically an age till the 4th of July or cir- - Journal, cus day, but first thing you know Thirty days treatment ftr kidney Wad your hair gets gray, your teeth der trouble and r bur mat ism for II. 0o. disappear, your eyes grow dim, Yo,,r monty refunded if 001 ntMit. Plneulcs comaina no alcohol. IVes not and OU are an old duffer. So Grange the stomach. Eaaytotake. For then let US be good, gentle, kind, 'c ty Tremont Mercantile Co. loving and forgiving. We will BUILDING LOTS. Two good build flir ",lc cheapfenced and some be far happier and those around ins on them 50 by 150 feet each. Call treed us will be blessed and encourag- at thl office for particular. W ll. (sped. Don't fight th battle of writ. Times Ofttc - ' - - 1 Piles are dangerous but do not submit to an operation until you have first tried ManZan, the Great I'ilc Remedy . It is put up in collapsible tubes with a nozzle that allows it to be applied exactly where it is needed. If you have itching or protuding piles and ManZan does not relieve, money refunded. Soothes and cools. Relieves at once. For sale by Tremont Mercantile d, Co. Don't forget the Time wanting job work. office when BEE'S LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP RILIBVKS COUGHS AND COLD! A beautifully illustrated ly magazine of the wide-awak- month- West with fascinating short stories, picdesturesque personal cription of the interesting development of the West, and the romance and history of the wonderland of the earth. Ask your local newsdealsr for surrent issue or send 11.50 for year's subscription. The book, "Road of a Thousand Wonders." 120 beautiful western views in four colors will be included tree. HEADQUARTERS FOR WALL PAPER. Sign and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. Will Meet Prices on First Class Work. Tremonton, Utah. A C Nelson. State Senator District Peter Clegg. 1 W S Hansen Representative To Horsemen. The Mammoth Imported Jack, "KENOv' will stand during the season at Hudson's Barn, Tremonton, Thursdays. Judge 1st Judical District and Saturdays, and at our farm one mile west of Willard W Maughan. Fridays ville the remainder of the time. Dewey F J Holton. Dist Atty TERMS: $10 for the Season. Chairman County Com. WARDROP PROS., Demy ville, Utah. BOX ELDER COUNTY A W Valentine. M B Hart Co Commissioners D E Adams Sheriff Treasurer Joseph Josephson Recorder Clerk Christena Madson Nephi J Valentine. Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. S N Cole Attorney Surveyor Have you ever seen a Sunset? B. C. Call Melvin Nebeker Assessor School Supt Justice of Peace Elias Jensen A E Jensen Andrew Funk Constable Charles Cheal point-of-vie- SUNSET ' forty-aroun- House Painting and Decorating, STATE from the being who labors from Governor John c cutler. for the Secretary e irly morn ti late at night Charles S Tingey. of man a omfortcni happiness M A Bredden. Atty. General w to has not soul enough to appre- Auditor J A Edwards. ciate her. Treasurer James Christiansen Don't forget the patient little Supt. of Public Instruction woman you call your wife was A caress once your sweetheart. now and then, or a tender word costs so little and means so much to the woman of your choice. George Meldrum, John Shuman. R F Meldrum goods, MAGAZINE FLOOD BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. TIUOC-MAIIK- promptly S ofctalatd in cuotrtm, or no fixv Wa obuia PATENTS THAT PAT. drru. Um thoracal, u our mil iprnan, ftnd help 70Q to raccem Srari aicxM. photo or ikftch for rNEI report on pmntrt!ltT. prarUc. NtPKHCNCCS. for fm Oukte Poo on rroKuhto writ to r jmf UOamom ftr,t vanth Stroot, in? lim PRECINCT OFFICERS PRECINCT JU8TICE CONSTABLE Box Elder James Knudson C. F. Nelson Three Mile Alma Iverson Brig. Nelson Mantua N. C. Jcppeson C. A. Anderson W. W, Lasley B. Hunsakur Cavils Fort Dewey ville R. N. Gardner B. J. Record Collinaton Hy rum Jensen J. R. Standing BesTer Dm C. J. Elmer Wm. F. Bowen Bear River A. E. Holmgrsn H .PThorsen E. R. Sherman (.'has Kroksh Manila Sunset II. C. Vanausdeln T. E. Secrkst Riverside L. H. Kennard Jas. O Smith T. F. Coombs Job Welling Fielding E. R. Hadley Sylvester Owens Malad E. H, Rudd J. Nisli Plymouth Hans Knudson E. J. Glbbs Portage R. W Adams T. W. San.lsl Rawlins Promontory Geo. N. House ('has Stokia . Robblns O. A. L. Petsrson Curlew Park Valley D. Hirst hi J. A. Eckerhy John NilsaSD F. Hylaud Terrnce Clear Creek O. D Mclntirc C. L. Kcnipton S. Babbitt Junction T. H. Blackburn Jr. H. C. Yates Grouse Creek Phil Paskett C. C. Toync COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. A. W. Valentine. Chairman Secretary Dr. A. E. Rich, B. Hart and D. E. Adams, Memb er. M. PWEULES S for (hi Kidneys DAYS' TRIATMfNT FO ai.O) Pile Remedy ManZan WHIN OTHISS AIL RIUfVM t BREED TO THE BEST. MOINEAU The Old Reliable-N- o. An Imported place, 2H 44324, French Pereheron, weifkt 22(10, is at Charles Schmiiti'a miles west of Tremonton, for the season of 1907. Terms of for single service, or 20 when the mare ig known to be in foal, The Imported Pereheron Stallion, "CORMIER," Will stand season of 1907 at my stable in Tremonton. He is 4 years old, and weighs 1800 lbs, color black. Call and see him. W. T. HUDSON.