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1 The Tremont Times TREMONTON, JJOX ELDER COUNTY. The hail during Sunday's storm Wants, For Sale, &o. Small, red June 3. H. M. Holler. Cedar Fence Tremonton Poatofflce. teams hauling gravel and fixing it up in good shape. Close For Ihe South at 8:30 a. m. 5:00 p. m. a. m. 10:00 at For lbs North New (jaJll Arrir From the South at 10:50 a. m. 6:48 p. m. From the North at 3:40 p. m. Mrs. F. A. Cook seent Memorial ray with relatives in Ogden. Viiford Anderson is now installed as hsad clerk at the Trtmout drug store Julius Baer returned to Peoria, HI, ufter a three month's stay with Matthew ilaer. Mr. Hansen of Beai River City has been assisting Mr. Zesiger in the barber shop during the past wesk. Rudy Schwab left Saturday for Grid ley, Kansas, where he was oalled to the Wilside of a sick sister. BEARS will put on all wall paper eought of me at short notice. Have a fine stock, latest styles. Geo. Meldrum. Tremonton. 1 Daniel Ackerman and L, H. Getz were business callers at Brigham on Mon day Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brenk-mnuon Friday, May 31st, a son. Moth er and child are doiDg nicely. ' Will Be Able car load of ice, some tons, was received by Galpin & Mc Clure this week from the factory! at Salt Lake City. They stored it in I. A. Cook s ice house and it now looks as if the people would be able to have a little ice cream this summer if they have the price. A Stole His Overcoat. Garland Tuesday, and while attnnding to some business in the bank at that Mr. F. A. Cook drove to Mel-dru- There was a large number present not only of the members of Mr. Shattuck's congregation but of Mrs. A. N. Fishburn was distributfriends and neighbors who wished ing some beautiful roses among her to bid them good-byfriends Monday eveuing. They were An excellent supper was prepareut her from Brigham and sho did not ed by Mrs. Hart and all enjoyed a keep all the good things to herself, for pleasant evening. At a late hour which they are very thankful. the friends retired to their homes Misses Geneva and Bertha Jenwith many wishes for the success, sen are entertaining their aunt, health and prosperity of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Jensen, of Snowville Mrs. Shattuck and their little fami- his week. iy. hail in e. 1 J. A. Fishburn and children are spending a week or friends and relative at Mr. Fishburn went down day and returned Friday two with Brigham. Wednes- evening. Don't forget that you are expected to come to Tremonton a week from Saturday. We are going to have the largest day and the gayest time of the year and we want everybody to enjoy it. I'iosules are for the Kidneys and Blsd der. They bring quick relief to back arte, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn ut feeling. They produco natural action of tbs kidney. 30 day treatment 1.(M. Money refuuded if Pinnules are not satisfactory. Sold by Tremont Mer Millie fVr.ipsni . A STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. AT UNDER STATE SUPERVISION ACCOUNTS 4' -- g. cp c cp a-- . cjo rto p cfc ctt cpa J c cp cf. CJ? C3 ' CD AND CONTROL. a? cj- a- - - ct ci FINE SUMMER GOODS HUNDREDS WILL BE HERE! This week we are offering a fine lot of beautiful be j XJlg j frrm xx win x ax lo rf ui lii Porto Valley" with Shooting Matches, Base Ball, Tugs of War And Other Games. Vsl J VV Hot Old Time. -- uo .411 Come and see them. V liiv Latest Spring Styles ; A Fine Display at Lowest PossiblePrices. A fine line of best makes UHUCIWCai just opened. See it. A thousand, or less, for all sized heads Dress Goods, OUIUUICI I Id lb, OlXdW Hqtc COLT EXHIBIT. SHOOTING CONTEST. A prize of $5.00 will be given Tremonton Gun Club Teain for the best colt brought to Tre or Team challenges any monton from registered ho rses. for Teams in Box Elder County $10 a side. 25 targets per man RING CATCHING CONTEST. unknown angles. Targets free By ten boys who come to town Entries to be sent in not falte: on horse back. A prize of $2.00 than June 14th to Charles pci will be given the winning side. And then Clure, Tremonton. THE BALL GAME. TUG OF WAR. j This will be the great event of Tremonton and suburb Li-- the day and will take place at 8:30 i in in the afternoon. It will be be Box Elder Couuty. Pflf3v tween the business men of Garto winning team. land and Tremonton and there VOTING CONTEST. will be nothing like it in Box El For the most popular young der County this year. It will be lady brought to Tremonton. Sur- worth going miles to see. The rounding settlements are invited winning team will take the gate to enter this contest and support receipts and everybody is invited their choice of beauty and popu- to occupy the bleachers and larity by a vote of 5 cents each. "root" for his favorite team. fiiTinafiac UrUCCIICS, and all sized purses. Can fit U. Fancy and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, Everything Good to Eat at an Waldron & Harris Bros., TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. I The Big Sale - tators, of whom there was a goodly number present. The game lasted about an hour and a half and was most enjoyable on account of the friendly spirit dis night. played by all the contestants and not eertain when they will return. A Farewell Party to Rev. and Mrs. the absence of the disputing and Your table will be well supplied jangling that too frequently makes Snattnci. with meat if you give your order to 'D. games anything but pleasant for Monday evening a farewell party t he It Hammond ifc Co. The best at the low spectators. The score stood 14 was given at the residence of Comest prices. Phono 0. to 13 in favor of Tremonton not missioner M. B Hart for Rev. and much of a whitewash and showed Sunday morning we had one of the Mrs. Shattuck who left here Tuesthat all the good players do not beheaviest showers that has visited this day for California. long to New York or Chicago. Yalioy in sonic years. It was accompaui Finest beef, veal or pork always on hand at Wyatt's old stand. Nothing bu the best in the market furnished by deilers I). R. Hammond &Co. f Laces and Embroideries Entertain! Will Tremonton thirty Which will sold at Special Reduced Prices while they last. place some miscreant stole his over coat out of his buggy. He doesn't need the overcoat much this summer, but it was one he was keep- Han. F. W. Fishburn of Brigham ing for next winter and he does't spent Friday and Saturday with care to give it up just yet. his brothers here. Tremonton Can Beat Ogden. WALL PAPER. -- I have a fine large stock of latest styles which I put on the That Tremonton can beat Ogden walls at rety low prices. George as well as some other places in Tremonton. - Mrs. I). S. Lohr left last Thursday prices was exemplified a few days for the hot springs near Corinne, where ago by a young lady who visited an ."he will remain for a couple of weeks in Ogden Millinery shop to purchase a hat for which she paid eight dolhopes of improving her health by bathlars. She then came to Tremoning in its mineral waters. We don't have the- worst climate in ton where she found at Mrs. Cook's the world, by any means. Last Sunday store a hat which suited her better when it rained here it snowed in New and upon inquiring the price found She then York City and the mercury ran down to it to be only four dollars. 47 degiecr. bought the four dollar hat and J. C. Riechers and family went stowed the other away as a meto Twin Falls on Friday last and morial of her folly. Moral: Buy Miss Stella Hibbard went to the your millinery and other fixings in ame place Tuesday It is Tremonton. by thunder and considerable some parts of the Valley. V to Get Ice Cream. . id f f f f Tremonton! Wat land & Co. brought in a carload of new harvesting machinery, reapers, bindejs etc., this week and they invite all the farmers in the Valley to call and see what they have before buying elsewhere. ! Bears are not found in the Bear River Valley but Bear River Valley Farmers will find it to their advantage to have an account with some good safe bank like this one. ANOTHER GALA DAY Harvesting Hactiiuery. . Mrs. Vol. 4 No 15 Supervisor L. H. Getz informs us that he has secured another thousand dollars appropriation for the road between this place and Thatch er and now he has about twenty Town Locals. Mail 1907 Posts-t- ot Inquire of L. P. Jensen. sale. JUNE 6, JUNE 15th. heifer truck into the ground, knocked , nearly all the apples off the trees and cut the alfalfa until it looks as if the hogs had been in it. Last seen south of Tremont calf. THURSDAY, SATURDAY, Short advcrisements under this head did much damage in some parts of At J. B. Vance's farm will be inserted for One Cent a word the Valley. miles two south of Tremonton, it cue in advance for each insertion. No was nearly four inches deep. It adrertisement for less than Ten Cents. beat his strawberries and garden Estrayed. UTAH Our boys are loud in their praisthe Garland nine and their friends, and a return game is scheduled to take place in Tremonton oh Saturday, June 15, at 3:30 p.m. It is probable that on that day there will be the biggest crowd here that was ever in this place. es of Death ol Nell Anderson. Cornelius Anderson, generally known as "Neil", died in Goldfield, Nevada, on the 28th of May, after a few days illness. Mr. Anderson resided in Tremonton for some time and married Miss Ethel Moore of Salt Lake City about six months ago. Last fall ho moved to Corinne where he was employed by A. G. Woodward as bartender. Upon the change of firm the first of May, he went to Goldfield, leaving his wife until he found employment, when she expected to join him. A few days ago a telegram was received stating that he was seriously ill and his wife immediately started for Goldfield, reaching his bedside about three hours before he expired. His body was brought to Bear River City where the funeral was Last Saturday afternoon Tremon ton's business men went up to Garland to play a friendly game of ball with the Garland business men. "The game was played with all the frills and furbelows usually put on by amateurs when they try to ape the professionals, and the way the ball was tossed and batted was a caution. A part of the time it was in the field and a part it wasn't, in fact it went anywhere and every where and the struggles of the base men and lielders was enough to brine a smile on t he face of a wood Indian. S N'ihnrt pitched for Treheld on .Sunday last. monton and J. F. Featherstone for Mr. Anderson was about 28 years Garland. The umpire was Howard of age and had many friends in the Evans of Gnrland whose decisions Valley who will be pained to hear were icquieteed in by ill the ipec-- Oft bil untitnelv death. Commencing June 1st, We give 10 per cent off on our entire line of WALL PAPER. ODD LOTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. We have one of the largest and most stocks in the county to select from. The Game Didn't Work. Tremonton Furniture Company. Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination is our sucmen. fastidious pleasing man who knows what he 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 fit all purses. Neckwear the nattiest of the new in patterns and styles. Our cess in The wants - -- Notice. The pear and cherry slug is here. Spray at once, with Paris Green, for best results. The law is strict and will be enforced. CARL ISAACSON, Tree Inspector. To tei Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Quilts and Blankets at same Big Discounts. You can't afford to miss this sale. Hotel keepers have their troubles as weil as other people. For some time a number of men employed in this vicinity have been boarding at Hotel Kent and their employer agreed to be responsible for their board bill. A few nights ago he called on Mr. Kent and found out the amount of the bill, something over a hundred dollars. He promised to settle the bill, the men having left town. But instead of doing so, he also started out for another state. In some way Mr. Kent found out his scheme and by the time he reached Ogden the sheriff was on hand to receive him. After some parleying over the telephone an agreement was reached whereby Mr. Kent got his money and the other party paid the costs. Notice up-to-da- Contractors. greatest pride surc-to-plta- Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received bv the Hoard of Trustees of Bear Kivcr Cit School District, No. 13, Box Elder County, Utah, on or before Saturday .lune Htn, 1907, at 2 o'clock p. m., for furnishing nil ma terialg Hnd labor required for the build in of a brie addition to tin; north school building in Hear Hirer City, and also for a brick addition to the school house in South Elwood. Bids w ill be considered for each separ ately or for both in onn bid. The trustees reserve the right to reject any or nil bids. For further information and for plans and spocifieallons call at the oBice of An drew Funk, architect. Brigham or at1 the residence of Moroni Mortensen. O L WINTERS, ) Trustees MOUONI MORTKNHEN Quarter Sizes (7 UNLn i 'COLLARS Collars the famous Triangle Linen brand guaranteed Linen and and they're only 15c. (2 for 25c.) instead of the. 25c. LlMtl collars usually-cost-- sc 15c. Each Two for 25c. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. - . , , P. M HANSON J j Have you ever bought your hats of us ? If not you AM not getting ull that's coining to you. Without bragging, this Valley never saw such styles a we are allowing for Spring and Summer. Flat Mushroom Shapes cliicflv prevail, made of Tuscan 8.00 to $6.00 Are and Peroxaline Braids for fl.TTj, "l.:. for smart dressers. hats in this shop. Our All new Shapes. No math'-oveeastern buyer sends us a shipment once a week direct from the manufacturers. ic-iriit- 'd r TREMONT cTVlERC ANTILE liwrtritrrmr' to iarT r i tt T7rTJ TIT M CO.