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ANOTHER SOCIALISTIC "Thia time." says the Chicago ,, Chronicle, the illustration comes . from sunny Italy, and Duke Pompeo de Litta is the victim. Ten years ago the duke was a wanderer and spent much time in Germany, where he studied Socialistic theories under such teachers as Bebel and Volmar. "He was a complete convert to their views and he made Up hia mind that he would, on a small scale, put them into execution. Eight years ago he returned to his estates in Itlay, got rid of hi3 tenants and turned over all his lands and improvements to the peasants who lived on them. They were organized on the most KUi.Hti ,nn,i Upi him that J f ww IfHM we; evrW f a nominal they paid rent. He did every thing that money could do to give Evans Items. FAILURE. them a fair Start, and then Withdrew to watch with pleasure the working of Socialistic government. -- r jv. Hadisy went lo be hoine y aid returned I to Ogim on llecoralion Wt. uty Z ndav evening. - bont A He, H ThiirtdmJ The time wax spent la sewing carpel rag. Sam Voder and wife and A. W. Had ley drove to TrMnjnton Ds.oratiju Day. There thev v.re met by B. F. Wiureler and the Miases .Sherman and drove lo Hi-e- l.ivet t anycr v litre they ipent a I very enjoyable day. Alco, Pa., and A. S. Mich., who have been A.Hrauingof of climax, rUUi,'K the t'lifornia Coast, stopped iu Kvans on their return and are renewing old acquaintance with A S. Yoder and wife. Geo. Carlton was in Kvaus survey mg for the telephone Hue aud'they now have " lue Pol n Henpecked King of Beasts. "Should some of the strenuous la"For some years afterward his dies of the United States happen to visit a zoological garden," said the The realized. were June 1907. hopes 4, highest animal painter, "they would be enTranent Times: Socialistic community was both couraged in their contempt of man. 1 am going to write for Times The lion Is often lauded as the creaand Then happy. prosperous courage. But In this time. But our people are re- ture of preeminent domestic life he Isn't a circuiastance came a change. The first untojoicing on the crops aud many compared with the lioness. When ward sympton was idleness. The other things. Some of the men she smiles, he humbly approaches peasants having lost all idea of are at work upon the water ditch. and lawns upon her. When she frowns, he lingers trembling In the corner. accumulation, lost incentive to They going to have a grand ball up Aud If perchance she emits a growl, work. Then, as an idle brain is here next, Friday night. I hope he crouches closes to the floor until her majesty may feel In better humor. the devil's workshop, they began we have a good old time. Some No, Indeed. Many human husbands wool may feel that their wives are into commit all sorts of depreda- of the boys are a shearing above this town at the mouth of clined to domineer. But of complete tions on the property. Finally subservience of male to female the Canyon. Well, Bishop George If, king of bea3ts Is the most striking exthey conspired against the duke Ward had some of women thinning ample." and tried to deprive him of his his sugar beets. I hope they done Before Breakfast. No one sick so far. Shall we walk before breakfast? this week. suzerainty. Why this eternal yearn"The duke, seeing that the Many of the people are passing Assuredly? ing for breakfast? Forget it. Dr. Lat-soour town every day. says: "We get strength plan had turned out a complete through from yesterday's W. Ottogary. (not stimulation) failure, has now instituted legal I have walked food, not from hundred miles without breakmany A Gilt. to recover his proceedings Magnificent properfast. In fact, all the walking 1 have done in the last four years has been ty. Whether he can do so or not we learn without breakfast for J never take Pioneer Buhl From the he is forever cured of all admiraused to walk In that the Hon. Frank H. Buhl,presi any." GeorgeandSand write at night. Dicktion for communsim and Socialthe daytime dent of the Twin Falls Land & Wa ens used to say that a stunt ism and apparently thinks they ter Company, has presented to the afoot was the best preparation for his are of the devil. daily literary work. Daniel Webster city named after him in southern and George Washington were great ' 'The singular thing about it all Idaho, $25,000 to be used in erect- walkers. is that the world learns so slow- ing a school building in that hustManZan Pil Remedy comei put up in This is a magnificent a ly. These communistic experi- ling place. collapsible tubs with a uozzle. Iasy and will probably be increased to apply right whsre the Bareness and inments have been going on for gift to $40,000 by citizens of the city flammation exist. It relieves at ones hundreds of years and there is who desire the best educational fa- blind bleeding, itching or prott tiding the same likeness among them cilities for the growing community. pile. Guaranteed. Sold by Tremont Mercantile Company. that there is in the growth of Work will he begun on the buildTo Jamestown Exposition. wheat. They all go through ex- ing in a few days. Low rates to Jamestown Exposition actly the same stages and all i Cadet Wanted. Oregon Short Line May 15th and wind up in the same manner. daily thereafter. Long Limits and di See agent for full ' Howell desires to verac routes. ten-mil- 'They start with a charming In Tremonton on Saturday, June 15th. The Business Men of Tremonton are going to show their Farmer Friends another of those good times they know so well how to give. Don't fail to visit our store on that day, if in and of course you will be. D town, We are going to throw out some mighty o for you'll recognize as day; as compared with what you pay elsewhere. Bargains that you'll remember for days to come, and in remembering them you'll think of us and come again: that's the point we want to make. Make our store your visiting place. Whether you come to buy or not, You are Welcome. o i R. L FISHBURN & SONS CO., TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Brigham and Tremonton. O raw Just a Minute, Please e We lisf you a few ef our prices that are sure to to attract you. $29.00 Rakes, 16-2- 6, Deering Self-Du2 ft. $50.00 41-Deering Mowers, " $52.00 5 ft. $15-5Moline Beet Puilers,while they Beet Cultivators, complete, $24.00 immediate success; they all afterwards develop laziness, selfish ness and hypocrisy. They all break down financially and go out of existence, leaving behind them a decidedly bad smell. This program has been gone through hundreds and hundreds of times, and yet, like perpetual motion, it never loses itcharma for minds May 30, 1904, was about as hot of a certain class. a day as one would care to sirzle ' It is easy to Fee that the in. A party of Loganites in the larger the scale on which such an experiment might be tried canyon raced to the top of the the greater the damage would highest peak in sight and found be of friction and an ultimate it hot enough there to boil eggs in the little patches of snow left. breakdown, and that when it omes to organizing a whole On the 30th of May, this year, state in this way, there is no at the same place, the flames of chance that it will ever be tried. a bonfire were frozen stiff, and The thing is not only unwork- then carried to the Telluride pow er plant and thawed out by elecable, but unthinkable. The season this year is "If the property owners of tricity. Illinois were to call a meeting far behind. Logan Republican. of Social ittts and offer to turn Job Printing for Evory over all the'r property for an S - I m a mm , : last-Moli- ne 0 it $33.00 Riding attachment, 60 Tooth U Bar Harrow, while they last 1500 " U " " while they last 50 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. 13-2- tfaCt 5 rse Uncle Eben. "Sometlmeh," said Uncle Ebon when a man joins de 'Don't Wovrj club' de res' of his family has to o!; foh membership in a 'Hand Luck association.' " Ita Awakening. She (sentimentally) Love Is dream that never goes wrong. He (brutally ) Yes. and marriage is an alarm clock that never gets out ol order. Baltimore American. t Summer coughs and colds yield at once to Bees Laxative Cough Syrup, con taint homy and tar, but no opiates. Children like it. Ita laxative qualities recommend it to mothers. Hoarseness, coughs, croup yield quiekly. Keep it on hand. Sold by Tremont Mercantile Co. Perfect by Practice. A Neapolitan woman will carry on her head a vessel full of water to the very brim, over a rough road, and not apil! a drop of it. Made BUILDING LOTS. Two good build ing lots for sale cheap fenced and some trees on them 40 by 150 feet each Call at thia office for particulars. W. H. Cap well. Times Office. . ManZan Pile Remedy RILIIVIS WHIN OTHERS FAIL OO Perfection aw trade Marks Distorts Corvrmhtb aVe. AfiTonaMttiltnc aaketrh and Sawrlrdra qntcklf aaearuin enr opinion fr whether an Intention n pronenij patenutbla. ( oinunlea- Hr,i,amelrX"itMrntll HIKDSOOt on Pnma Mmt fraa. OhMM uenrjr for tweailm petenu. TalenU taken thrnush Munn A Co. rutin nwitl nntut, without onarce, id ma Scientific flimrkai naniliiomelT lltnutreieS weekly. of nr erlentloe tnarnal. rear fonr month. IL Bold hraR A MUNN i Co."-r '- Breech OfSe. 06 r- I Afreet St a Term - ulellm - New Tort 8t Waeklaitcm li BREAD MAKE.R rit bined. The hands do not touch the dough. Put in all the liquids, then all the Hour, SDravini? Pri-Lead for (Jreen 'ind Arsenate of turn the handle tnree miuutoa and set ! Fruit will be worth money tins year, have it UWay to rise. The kneading rod combines the yeast, c; 111 two. t'e liquid3 and flour ulore thoroughly thin Horse Collars that will not break : can be done by hand, making the bread 10c and Ul). them. Whitt of every 1 JL description . more nutritious and digestible. Saves half an hour ot tedious, tiresome, mussy Two sets of Team Harness at a bargain. labor. No dough board to clean, no dirt, The only PERFECT Irrigating Bttcvel on the nOKcrmStnoflournii0ver the kitchen. Simply an easier, cleaner and quicker market . try one. way of making bread. ONE, OO A new line of Jewelry wood uoous. bee it. Paints and all kinds of wood and wrall finish. Anything in Hardware, Tin, Granite, Enameled ; No. 4 taa a capacity from four to six leaves. price, $2.00 No' 8pOr"cVt$2.50ave3' and Silver 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 you like MUSIC, Listen : We are going to GIVE AWAY, FREE, 15 Graphophones to our Customers. This applies to Old and PsEW Customers. OO u 00 Wilson Lumber Company, Tremonton, Utah. "WHKBK GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." EXPERIENCE mm as "UNIVERSAL" made of heavy tin, with a Oil Coo k moves, YOIT and tlie "ROOM The pail is dconneoti iththehandlo It is a mixer, kneader and raiser comthe Cooking IS beinff done. eo YEF?r body. experiment iu state Socialism, the Socialists would stand apWhy not have some letter heads and cnvclopea printed with your name, busipalled and decline the task. ness and address on ihem for the use of They know that their theories yourself and family? We can furniih 'hC are absolute DOBMttM and thev lh'm "77 liU'c TT ,b'"nk mm tne nnea would coat and they would riot for a moment think Iff. Call in when In town and let us f patting them into "" thc co,ipractical "nmv yo" mic ul1 a 'V imr.r-, nn miion. TrSaWBlffR Utah. READ "A mp ambitious young man to a cadetseip at the Annapolis, Md., Naval School, and asks for applications from boys between 17 and 20 years of age who are sound physically. Anexamina tion is to be held on June 18, and if any desire to take this examination they should communicate at once with Joseph Howell, Jr., Logan, who will give them necessary papers and general information. This is a great opportunity for some young fellow. s Attractivethat Bargainssuch that Bargains Congressman appoint some bright, 2xf $P Washakie Neis. 's altruistic theory, held by a number of exceptionally altruistic characters; they all meet with o There'll be Something Doing York large-brimme- d t M of Mrs was cosmopolitanism the other night In the lobty of the Fifth Avenue hotel. On me of the lounges nat two Japanese ?hat:erlng animatedly. On another seat close by gat a man who looked II!:c a native of the Blue Grass state. He was tall ami lanky, wore a felt hat. and a liberal display of shirt front. On another lounge In the opposite end of the liall sat an Englishman conversing with a Scotchman. The English twatis and the Scotch burr could bu heard distinctly. On a seat further down the row a somewhat stout Individual was rest--, in? himself. He made his nationality evident, as he was reading a German Still further down the newspaper. line sat two men talking and puffing away at cigarettes. One was r.n Anglo-Indiaand the other a prosaic Canadian. Jiul within the hallowed precinct -of the ,en Corner" United States Senator Lbois, of Idaho, was seated, looking the picture of contentment, with his legs crossed and pallia; ut a black cigar. As If to further emphasize this cosmopolitanism, a colored hackman entered the hotel with a trunk on his back. This is not to speak of the hotel's three husky Irish porters, who were hustling in and out of the hall with baggage. V. Y. Times. rv . tUe a In well Illustrated hmLj ot Co. 8 yodcr on j jint:clit3n Gathering Seen New York Hotel. , v Codv ,Dl1 rlnn wtre vililin Mrs A Thursday. Mr. Cody has onc to IsM Like ( i y where hu family will join nJ rake lhelr 'uture homeMr. and Mrs Wayne Binalty speni odar. Sunday with Mr anu Hn. I. W Mrs odogioooo sgssnocao TYPES OF ALL NATIONS. 3 m3m ft. At. TRY "THE Tl IVIES" For Your Job Printing, OUR WORK IS GOOD & PRICE RjIGHT.