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The Tremont Times TREMONTON, BOX ELDER COUWY, UTAH. THURSDAY, Wants, For Sale, &c. Short sdverisements under this head will be inserted for One Cent a word CMb in advance for each lusertlon. Xo advertisement for less than Ten Cents. Est rayed. -S- red heifer mall, Last seen south of Tremont, June 3. H. M. Holler. calf. Cadar Fanoa sale. Posts-t- or Inquire of L. P. Jensen. - 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 Insp ector. Bounty Notice ' In order to secure bounty on coyotes and wild cats.it is necessary to bring to the Clerk, the skin with scalp, paws and tall connected and the bones of the right front leg from t he knee to the aukle intact . Iremonton Postofflce. Mails Close For the South at 8:30 a.m. Ward Wyatt returned from California last Saturday. He says he had a pleasant trip, and while there visited the colony of Utah people at Gridley. He found them well and doing well generally. During the early spring the high water had partially destroyed their irrigation system, but that is now repaired and they are expecting large and profitable crops. Base Ball the liveliest kind at Tremonton, Saturday June 15th Liveryman Hudson bought out Mr Hode Wood's string of horses again last week. This is about the third time that Hudson has bought Wood out, but, like the boy with the whistles, he seems to find a few more every time. June 14, is Flag Day celebrated as a holiday in some of the states. It is the anniaf the adoption of the stars versary and strips as the flag of the young republic. The weather has been so cold out in Pennsylvania that potatoes have not yet come up and the Al- 18, 1907. EVERYBODY Is Invited to Come -- 8 -- 9 8 6 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 4 good safe bank like this one. tt -- 9 8 e --- 48 ON- 4 4 9 1 4 SATURDAY, V V 8 8 ACCOUNTS Fishburn returned on Monday from a fortnights visit with relatives at Brighatn. Mr Corey, an Ogden iiveryman, was the gue3t of W T Hudson on Tuesday. A new grand stand U to be Aha base karl ground tbta weak. built for Henry Manka and Dick Roush .wasted oui Sft'mrday far Nevada where 'they have a job herding sheep for the summer. L P Jensen is having the front of his store livened up with a coat of paint and a new sign thereon. George Meldrum is doing the work. Your table will be well supplied with meat if you gire your order to D. R. Hammond&Co. The best at the low st prices. Phone 0. There is probably not a town in the country where the business men are more liberal than in Tremonton according to their means, and those who come here 8:urlay are sure to be treated well. Mrs D. S- Lohr returned from the Superior Hot Springs Tuesday, having renewed her youth and feeling that she is good for several years more of life for her vacation. - Superior Hot Springs. t: cp cp -- Six miles west of Corinne is spring that is considered one of the best medical springs in Utah, espec It ially for rheumatic complaints. is getting to be quite a popular health rsort and a nipiber of people can be found camping there at almost any season of the year. If some energetic man with a few thousand dollars to invest would purchase the spring and fit up a commodious and convenient bath house and hotel he probably could realize handsomely on his o4nd the will be remembered Chuifp There will be lots of amusement for the and Boys - AND CONTROL. 9- - c ci M cp ca cf rr cjl c3 d5 cp CJ3 3 cp cpcpepccpccpcJi:pcJ-ct:ct:cJpcpscf'J- 3 To make onr store their Headquarters when they come to Tremonton. Come in and look around. You will be under no obligation to buy, but come in anyway. Some of our Newest Things. Latest SPrinS Styles; A Fine Display at Lowest Possible Prices. Summer Underwear tt10edbt,nlfes or less, for all sized heads in Hlid lb, A thousand, and all sized purses. Can fit U. OUaW Fancy and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, n Everything Good to Eat at UrUtcrica, Waldron & Harris Bros., TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. Girls, with candy and peanuts and a free dance in Wilson's Hall in the afternoon. mm Take a day off. Rest up for once in your life. Bring the family to town and enjoy the day. Don't be afraid that you will not be welcome. The Base Ball Game will be between the Garland Business Men and the Tremonton Business Men for the gate receipts. It will be a hard fought battle and worth a trip from Salt Lake to see it. Has Gone To California. The Big Sale Commencing June 1st, We give 10 per cent off on our entire line of WALL PAPER. ODD LOTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. D. R. Orbison, late cashier of the Cole Banking Co. at Corinne, left on Wednesday of last week for California where he will make his future home. E. M. Wyatt of Tremonton, who ha? lately taken an In terest in the business with Mr Cole, THEY'RE ALL COMING Everybody Will Be Welcome, come and bring your wife and children, your aunts, assumed the cashier's duties at uncles and cousins and have a good time for once in your life. Before the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Orbison the Ladies Aid of Corinne presented Mrs Orbison with a handsome chocolate set , and the of the M E church t hrough members Bring your Best Colt to TremonRev R E Gilpin presented Mr Orton Saturday, June 15th bison with a gold watch fob. Mr F A Cook of the Tremont MerMrs Orbison had lived in Cocantile Co has been ill for several and rinne for seven years and had a days the past week and part of the host of friends all over the Valley time confined to his bed and under who will regret their departure very the doctor's care. The trouhle was will the paa severe cold and cough with every much, and especially trons of the Cole Bank miss the indication of grip. We are glad kindly greeting of Cashier Orbison. to report he is improving. Finest beef, veal or pork always o Washakie, June 10, 1907. hand at Wyatt 'sold stand. Nothing but Tremont Times: the best in the market furnished by TreWe all well up here in usual con's & dealers D. monton R. Hammond Co.n dition. I hope we had good crop D R Hammond & Co have pur- this year had so much wet so far. chased the Tremonton Cafe build-- i Some Indians are thinning down Garland and east of Tremonton. I ng formerly owned by W F ProcWell tor, and will move it from its pres- hope they are making money. ent ocation to the west side of seem to me we had bad weather so But our peot heir shop where they will remodel much wet and mud. are rain we over the ple rejoiced it and use it for a mat market. of Some had last week. the sheep We understand the price paid was men loading their wool in this staconand its for the $500 building tion. Mr James McCaskey and tents. wife are visiting Mr. W. Ottogary Rudolph Pauli, a young man in Elwood. They hel ped him place of Ogden, has taken a position with thin his beets. Mr McCaskey is the Farmers' Cash Union as stefrom Owyhee, Nevada,. His Mr nographer and typewriter. Boy is sick on account bePauli has been employed by the wet out in the rain. I hope Olsen Furniture Co., and lately by ing get he will soon over it. They have Attorney Chez, and comes well ben see Dr. Francke at Garland equipped for the position and will He say he had a little fev undoubtedly be a good man for the er. Ho is doing pretty well today. business. We welcome hiin to Trewant went home last this part They monton. He was very surprised month. Heap of fun all day in Tremonton seeing our country. Wm Ottogary Saturday, June 15th So once. 1 one-year-o- ld to-da- y. 6- V WE INVITE EVERYBODY j prize. Prizes will be givenlvBhooting at target, for the finest colt, the biggest load, aji40r catching rings by boys on horse a hot back. V UNDER STATE SUPERVISION UUUUfce UlCss finnHc Mrs J A 8 1 -- willJ J 8 e BIGsir TIME. h Town Locals. tt- STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. 1 JUNE 15th. -S-- A - I- 9 9 Music, Games, Shooting Matches, Races, Base Ball, Colt a Mirror that potato says bany Show, Tugs of War, Dances for the Children and other town that through bug passed Malls Arrive Special Features Will Make a Day's Programme of in a famishing week one last day From the South at 10:50 a. m. Merriment, Fun and Pleasure for Everybody. condition. He told John Camp6:48 p. m. . bell while resting in front of the From I he Xorth at 3:40 p. m. Everybody should get here early in the day to see and tin shop, that he had never seen such hard times since Cleveland's take in all the good things that will be provided for their enC first term as president. tertainment. Everybody is coming to TremonA Tug of War indulged in between two strong Felix Zesiger and wife went to ton Saturday, June 15th. teams for a Brigham on Monday. 3:00 p. m. For the Xorth at 10:00 a. m. ft- i is 4 Xo 16 BEARS Tremonton! -- Vol. tf T- O- w, and JUXE The Business Men's Association met Tuesday evening and sanctioned most of the offers of prizes offered by the committee m last week's Times for the events of Saturday, June 15th. They also made arrangments to have seats proivded for the ball ground so that the spec tators would not have to stand during the big game that is to be play-e- i by Garland and Tremonton on ders for the paper, or for job work, and he will not refuse money on subscriptions. Call in, friends, and up-to-d- ate Tremonton Furniture Company. get acquainted Rev. P. A. Sirapkins of Salt Lake City is advertised to lecture in the M K church at Corinne Friday evening, June 14, at 8:30, on "The Wit and Humor of the Nl tions." An admission fee of 25c and 15c will be charged. The bites and stings of insects, sunthat day. The following prizes burn, cuts, burns and bruises relieved at once with Pinesalve Carbolibrd. Aets were definitely decided on: like a poultice. Draws out Inflammation. Ten Dollars for the driver of the Try it. Priee 25c. Sold by Tremont biggest load of people brought to Mercantile Company. town by one team. Now that it in decided to have a good time on Saturday let everybody do all they can to help it along. Look pleasant, be sweet. Greet your neighbor kindly and don't hug the illusion that you are the "only pebble on the beach." Don't quarrel witli the weather. If fine, be thankful for it; if equally, make the best of it. peanuts for them. The Ball Game is schedul ed at You can't change it and prob3:30 in the afternoon. ably would make it worse if It was also decided that one you could. Above all try to shooting contest should be held at make others happy and you ten o'clock in the forenoon and an- will be happy yourself. other ii the afternoon, probably at Five Dollars for be3t colt exhibi-t- e d that day. Two Dollars and a half to the team of boys on horseback catching the most rings. Five Dollars for the winning team jn a Tug of Wa r. A Shooting Contest between crack teams for $10 a side. And for the children a free dance in Wilson's Hall with candy and Subscriptions Paid. The Duihore Review says that a reDuring the Gala Day, Saturday, ceipt for a subscription to the local paJune 16, any of our subscribers who per Is a certificate of ood character. We have Issued the following "certimay come to town will find the ficates" since our last report: R. C. Fryer to September, 1907. latchsteing of The Times office out Tan. 1P0K. A .?. Ons, from .Tan. WOT and the editor ready to r eceive or one o'clock. We have one of the largest and most stocks in the county to select from. Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Quilts and Blankets at same Big Discounts. THIS SALE WIIL END SATURDAY, JUNE 15. Apparel of Quality For Men of Discrimination Our greatest pride is our success in pleasing fastidious men. The man who knows what ho 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 fit all purses. Neckwear the nattiest of the new in patterns and styles. sure-to-plea- sc , 4sl mi urn mm u ' Quarter Sizes UNEN tOLLARS Collars the famous teed Triangle Linen Linen and and they're only 16c. (2 for 25c.) instead of the 25c. Linen ollars usually cost. 15c. Each Two for 25c. brand-guaran- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. If nt you are Have you ever bought your hats of us this ? not getting" all that's coming to you. Without bragging, and Valley never saw such styles as we are showiug for Spring Summer. Flat iMushroom Shapes chiefly prevail, made of Tuscan and IVroxaline Braid tor $1.75, 11.35, :.0) to $0.00 Are designed for smart dressers. hats in this shop. Our All new Shapes. No made-oveeastern buyer sends us a shipment ouce a week direct from the manufacturers. r TREMONT (MERCANTILE "KNOCKING IS NOT OUR FORTE." CO.