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Day, adj set apart for keeping green the mem ory of those who fought the battles of fiedo.n in this great land of ours-But it is not necessary to stop w ith To-d- is ay Memorial placing flowers on the graves of departed veterans. We should not forget those who in times put spoke kind words to us or did IM acts of friendship or helped us in time of need. We should not forget those friends who have pfjied Save Money at Home, "Your own Home." BEST COMPANIES AND LOWEST RATES. J. A. FISH BURN, Agent, Tremontcn. s ?ason, as that contains the gist of the work accomplished. Results: I may quote my sum Formula Fo: We're going to sell lots of Spring Dresses the next few weeks. The pretare here now galore. Here at the right prices, the right styles, the sfuffs ty right place. Come in and look. If you don't want to decide at the time, take some samples home and think it over with the home folks. There's lots of other things here we want you to look at, not dress gocds but incidentals to the lire. The following formula is one recommended by the State Board of mary from bulletin No. 52. Horticulture as a spray for trees 1. Rolling seed potatoes in affected with "Green A his." sjlphur, as has been shown at K"rosene Emulsion Disolve one half pound hard soap (do not use resin soap) in one gallon of hot want; remove from fire and while still hot add two gallons of kero- STRAW , sene, stir violently until the mix- tare takes the appearance of whip ped cream. Dilute with 10 times Skimmed as much water. a few cases even better results Recently issued orders that no t'lan the large seed. rice or old shoes must be thrown in any of its stations, will make 2,000 BAD CASES OF BIG HEAD. the Pennsylvania railroad solid H. J. Frederick, veterinarian with June brides. at the A. C. College, received a It is said that the automobile telegram from the Government habit has almost put the diamond Monday asking him to look after stores out of business in Paris. 2,000 sheep at Soda Springs afFew are wealthy enough to af- flicted with "big head," and on ford both luxuries. Tuesday he left for that place. "Is handwriting held in high Mr. Frederick has been in the esteem?" asks the Springfield south on a similair errand, "big Republican. Depends on wheth- head" prevailing to a small exer you are considering a love let- tent among the sheep down there. ter or a request to "please remit." The desease is one which causes the sheep's head to swell to twice The reason for John L. Sullits normal size within half hour, ivan's denial of his marriage is there is a break and a yellow explained. He says he has been serum exudes. The afflicted anion the water wagon for 116 mal apparently goes crazy and weeks. John L. does not want either stands on its hind feet and to fall off. paws the air or whirls about. A scientist predicts that auto- The cause of the difficulty is unmobiles will be unknown in ten known and no remedy has yet years from now, and that every been found. Many animals so one will travel in airships. If afflicted die, others get well. Mr. this man ever runs for office, he Frederick says he believes he has will get the entire pedestrian found out some important facts vote. during his investigation thus far That Connecticut man who re- and hopes that with a sufficient number of "patients" he can ports having seen a onto something octopus may not be prevaracat-ing- . eventually get Between the President and about the desease well worth the courts, the octopus had while. Logan Republican. WE HAVE LOTS OF THEM AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Did you read our prices on groceries "of quality" in last week's issue of this paper? If you did you undoubtedly noticed quite a difference from what you pay elsewhere. In fact they are much cheaper than we will be able to sell them when our present stock is sold up, as in many instances they are now costing more than we are asking you for them. It would be greatly to your ac vantage to lay your summer supplies in now. No investment will bring you in greater returns than bu3Ting groceries at the prices we are now making. survey-o"-gener- Prof. L F. Henderson of the Idaho Experiment Station has been conducting experiments on Potato Scab during the past few years and has recently issued a press bulletin on the subject. As there is considerable potato scab in Utah, we reproduce that por-o- f the bulletin which deals with his experiments during the last m mas Just a Minute, Please. We lisf you a few ef our prices that are sure to to attract you 6, $29.00 Rakes, Deering Self-Du-2 ft. Deering Mowers, $50.00 4 " $50.00 5 ft. Moline Beet Pullers, while they last-- $15.50 Moline Beet Cultivators, complete, $24.00 i $33.00 Riding attachment, 60 Tooth TJ Bar Harrow, while they last 15.00 " while they last 13.25 50 " U " 1 only, California Sulky Plow, with Pole, extra share, 47.50 evener and 1 16-i- n. 1 only, Walking Plow with extra share, $15.00 The above are Net Cash Prices. oo farmer from his surplus crops and from crops raised especially for that He says that without purpose. impoverishing the farms, for alcohol is not a fertilizer, the fnrmer can produce enough alcohol to ward off Bold and starvation from the country for an indefinite period. All of this is cheering news for the fanner and equally good for the County people at large. Kmei (Utah) FiogitM. etfe&X'tffi Simply an easier, cleaner and quicker market tl'V Olie. . . ., way of making bread. a j uruuu3n oee 11. vtoous. A new line 01 jewmr No. has a capacity from four to six leaves. Paints and all kinds of wood and wall finish. Price, f 2.00 No. 8 four to loaves. in Hardware, Tin, (iranite, Enameled Anything Price, $2.50 rVW Sir ami Oliver ware, When it comes to Lumber and other Building Material, we are especially equipped to look after your wants Large Stock and several cars in transit. If yon like MUSIC, Listen: We are going to GIVE AWAY. FREE, 15 Graphophones to our Customers. This applies to Old and NEW Customers. . , 4 10 : Wilson Lumber Company, Utah. Tremonton, WHERE SOLD." si.no' GOOD GOODS Designs A riT'Tirt pcmllng Copyrights And nktrh our mm RAOE MARKS t: optmon frp whethp.- nn quickly n.irrlnin Invention ! probaMr raiwitnl-lcnmm tionnmrictlrronfldoiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patpn . frtw. obifV ttffpnry for twuriiig pattnu l'atentt Ukon tbrouih Munn X Co. xv rprrrtf notict, without charga, in th Scientific American. A hftiidaonirlr lllittfiittf wklr. ton of an? pclentlflo journal. ear; four month, L Hokl by nil &Co.",BfM Hrnch (m- -. I.nrtrMt Term. i ass? VRE ffflfi MS TO TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing. 33 Ac. (1MOr1ptlOT1 n nnimit,r. New York OO 1 60 YEARS' I MAKER . . EXPERIENCE BREAD H the Kidneys FOR 30 DAYS' TREATMENT not need an opera glass to distinguish i... Mut alcohol, he holds, can and will be produced by the "UNIVERSAL" ia made of heavy tin, with a Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. YOU and the ROOM The pail rod kneading connecting with the handle ), are COOL while the Cooking is being (lone. IK 1 It is a mixer, kneador and raiser coui- bined. OIV Tt1 The hands do not touch the dough. lji Put in all the .liquids, then nil the flour. of Lead for Arsenate and Green Paris spraying. . . turn the handle three minutes and set , b nut will be worth money this year, have it I away to rise. S Horse Collars that will not break in two. tllt'lll. Whip Of every description : 10c and Up. can be done by hand, making the bread . T"T more nutritious and digestible. Saves , half an hour of tedious, tiresomo, mussy Iwo sets of learn Harness at a bargain. No dough board to clean, no dirt, The only PEKEC1 Irrigating Sh.vel on then0f,ermSi no floUr all over the kitchen. . well. I lines Office. supply as fuel is more than in sight and the end of the coal supply does PINEULES for OO rse OO BUILDING LOTS. Two good build Lately he has been explaintits for sale cheap fenced and some ins ing the possibilities of alcohol. He trees on them 50 by 150 feet acl: Call points out that the end of the wood at this oilier for particulars. W H Cap- ers. 16-2- mp Had he kept sober, it is possible he would never have taken the step which has precipitated him into the pit. Boise Statesman. body. READ: 1- him into the penitentiary. One of the chief causes of his downfall was drink. He imbibed to excess Job Printing for Every TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. OSO seemed easy to make money in illegal ways. He had a good record up to the time of his becoming surveyor general, but at last he became demoralized and plunged into devious ways, which finally led - SCAB. Jiburit & Sons' He will also be obliged to pay a fine of $5,200. His case is another of those in which men have gone wrong because it constantly and his downfall with respect to other standards followed. gro- ceries cheap. lie land surveys. Why not have some letter hends anil envelopes printed with your name, busi ness nmi address on l hem for iho use of yourself mid family ? We can famish them at very little more than the blank enough trouble to make it redThe secretary of agriculture, Wil ones would cost and they look muih nicer. Call in when in town and let us headed. son, is an enthusiast concerning show you samples and tell you the cost. Tin: Timks, "Instead of zipping around in anything that relates to his departTremonton, Utah. ment and that is helpful to farm- POTATO We don't sell cheap groceries, but sell good al red-head- d. -- w j hope the directors of the Farmers' Institutes in the state will make it a feature ia their work. Deseret Farmer. He try Meldrum, former for Oregon, has beentak en to the government prison on .McNeil's island where he will serve a sentence of three years on conviction of forging applications for pub ATS! You Need Them, and d. Age-Heral- jocjo J0 Tree-Sprayin- g. milk may be used as a substitute for the s ap in making this emulsion, using A current publication is called scabby before treating. As the one gallon of hot milk to two gal- But a document new ground approached the scab- Ions of the kerosene, stirring the same which is read with more anxiety by soil of the previous year, as when the soap is used; add wa- more and more scab could be obis the board bill. ter as above. served, but in no case much. A Nebraska woman captured a 4. Formalin gave in this exThe lack of young men in the burglar and married him. The periment just as good results rs Farmers' Institute meetings is so cracksmen have given the State orrosive sublimate. This being apparent as to cause alarm. The a wide berth since. the case, I would advise all to great preponderance of gray hairs The only way for the weather use it, as it is much safer than wjuli seem to indicate that the bureau to regain public confidence the other fungicide. younger generation are not so much 5. The small seed, in this case interested in a better and more will be to issue a prediction that it will be warm about the middle however in slightly moister and rational agriculture as their fathers. richer soil, gave as good, and in This is a deplorable condition and of July. automobiles, people prefer to howl at the umpire. There is no amounting for tastes", says the But Birmingham it only costs 25 cents to sit on the bleachers and howl at the umpire. ri ocaor FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. other station?, will prevent scab we knew not, but whose names on little, if at all. the beads tones in the burial lots 2. Treated potatoes, planted are reminders that they were the in soil scabby from last year's friends if somebody else, if not our crop, will produce a scabby crop. own. 3. Well treated potatoes taken from treated sacks and plantIt is time to begin warning the ed, in new ground, will produce country that we should have a comparatively scab-fre- e tubers, safe and sane Fourth of July. whether the seed were clean or Bill-boar- i ocao c- -i Beautiful Dress Fabrics Fire Insurance . to the land beyond the dark river, and while their graes may be in distant lands we can remember their kind deeds and hope that some loving hands may place flowers on their graves while we place them on the graves of others wlu rn ioaoc I I. OUR WORK IS GOOD 1 C& PRICE RjIGHT.