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West Portage News. THE TREMONT TIMES. Published Every Thursday Tremonton, Utah. At Mr. an Mm. V F. C. U. m. GiblM were visiting at Loijiin la', vy (.!:. Their Margaret and Louisa Win. II. t'npwtll Editor ami Manager. daughters will spend the summer there. Knterod as MM ml HlfaHi HHlll'l April. John R. (jibbs, Melvio Ittni. hi the FcMt office at Tfetjiouton ICroniwell, Laura and Ruby Bow-- 1 of el! are at home. They have been 1'tah, uiur tha aet of congress attending the B. V. College at Lo- gan during the year. Most all of our young men are Subaci ipt i' m raien. SO of town shearing .sheep, llu-- 1 out ft One year in advance .75 t .veen 60,000 and 70,000 head of flix months in advance U JO sheep will be relieved of their coats Mie vear not in advance in this neighborhood, The monthly Stake Priesthood AN UNJUST DECISION. held its regular session in Port age i i et i.i, mine meeung urougiu A few days ago B family from last hattiniay. i viaitnrs ta town. it California goinz east were obliged The ton of Mrs. Ag to stop at Ogden on aceount of the nes John, of Colorado, died here on illness of their littla daughter. the 1st. The cause of death was They were detained there several R fcCCUmulated absess on the right days until the dath of the child :.side. son of J, Y, The permitted them to resume their j waa Halford very badly walded. journey. They had paid ou t all Mrs. Rose Hall Is suffering with fcteir ready monev for hotel bills severe attack of rhuematism. a id physician etiargea, but held' very of W CMC3 mto their tickets, supposing un- - There aic h,mt AM are in town, cough . hr the sad circumstances the rail whooping under quarantine. POad company would honor their The estate of the late John Gibbs ticket and transport them to win be sold here , end of their Journey Without dwur. The grain crop is looking very Rut not so, they would do nothing j good, but the hay crop will be very of the kind; the tickets were limit-- ! light. el and the time had expired in R. C, Harris has sold a couple of , Uwtoadi j f MACHINERY DAYID every time, and, in this of the m ftin m'A"pi.-,- generally very unjustly. iudge Alton B. Parker of N(iW York decided t hat a railroad ticket judges of less independence have decided otherwise, on the supposition that the purchaser of a ticket Primary Associations. E- MGR. I Don't Talk Hard Times. M. - A. KENT, Tremonton, Prop. Uteh. FOR WALL PAPER, HEADQUARTERS Sign and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. Will Meet Prices mi First Class Work. - Tremonton, - - Utah. Harvesting Machinery We have jus? received a carload of Lohr's Bargain Store, Osborne's Harvesting Machinery TREMONTON. and would be pleased to have every farmer in this Valley call and see it and get our prices. There is no better machinery made or sold anywhere. . his money and is handed the l. one-ha- lf - WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. . l tfl,K' j J1. House Painting and Decorating, Three Mile Alma lvcrson Brig. Nelson Mantua N. C. Jeppeson C. A. Anderson Calls Fort W. W. Lasley E. Hunnaker TREMONTON Dcweyville II. N, Gardner B. J. Record Collinston Hyrum Jensen J. H. Standing Heaver Dam C. J, Elmer Win. F. Bowen chairmanof Board, J A Fishburn. Hear River A. E Holmgren H P Thorsen E M Wyatt. Member " " Manila E.U.Sherman Chas Kroksh " M J c Gates. Sunset II. C, Vanausdeln T. E. Set-ria" 44 D c Roush. Riverside L. H. Keunard Jas. G Smith ' SB Watland. Fielding T. F, Coombs Job Welling E, R, Hadley Sylvester Owens cier George Shuman. Malad E. H. Rudd J. Nish John Shuman. Plymouth Treasurer Hans Knudson J, E. Gibbs R F Meldrum Portage Marshall Kawlins R, W. Adams T. V. San da Promontory Geo, N, House ('has Stokes STATE C. W, Bobbins A L. Peterson Curlew iiirschi J. A. Eckarley Park Valley John c cutler. Governor F. Hyland Terrace John Nilsson Charles S Tingey. Clear Creek O. D Mclutire C. L, Secretary Kempton M A Bredden, S. Babbitt Atty. General J A Edwards. Junction T. H, Blackburn Jr. H. C. Yates Auditor James Christiansen Grouse Creek Phil Pafkett C. C. Toyue Treasurer Saturday, June 15th t A. M. to 10 George Meldrum, After all there is a good deal in Let one m:in 10 gooct oia Mor' ickel and probably seated in the ton town talk dull tunes ana at car and several miles on his journonce it is infectious and everyone ey. These unjust decisions will in talks dull times. tune cause th traveling public to! instead of rustling around to insist on having ail tickets unlimit-- 1 take care of what business there is, U&VM filtdnirn and mope ovw e l as to the time in which they lltimes. If a customer does hap-- , shall be used, to be good in the , pen to drop into one of these "dull of any holder, and to be times Htores he actually gets deemable for any part of a journey as much frightened out of ""' Performedashe expect8 to buv beeauae things look so blue. He catches the spirit A Short Temperance Lesson. of the store and resolves to hang on to his money with a death grip, evPoor old Jos Ldter. Once lie u n COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. if his business goes to pieces on Supt. of Public Instruction en jolly eood follow of Plrwinti ille li .' h C A Nelson. an. hut Joe hud t i hirst for boose d account ot running short of goods Chairman A. W, Valentine, wa in the habit of trviog to The State Senator 1 District quench that to fill up the empty shelves. A. Dr. E.Rich, Secretary tblret, hat always w ithout mi). While bugbear of hard times should be Peter Clegg. . D. Member-M. E. B. Hart and drunken day he oommited a rather seri Adams, at down lt is d()i S Hansen W Representative oiiscrimeandwasseuttothepcnitentiary L klM Don't forget the Times office when bu,inew Uian VMH else, i..r Srtau yeare, .loo was m, perieel ,,,,, ELDER COUNTY BOX H niHn ao 's s'c'i in deportment when not wanting job work, eeP 't up, uadr Iht iurln r ncc of liquor, so soon until it record t ftd you will eventually hound him Judge 1st Judical District BEE'S LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP the penitentiary mid mu rtKIIMd on h to death- .- Morton, (111.,) News. Willard W Maughan. RELIEVES COUGHS AND pai 6 Good Meals and Good Kooms. Satisfaction Guarateed. Telephone Gonneetion With Both Lines. Official Directory. Bring your Best Colt to knows all about the contract at the time of purchase, although he has never seen the contract printed on the back of the ticket until h? has Meals 25c. Served From 0 t '' was good till used and in the hands of the holder thereof, but other C& SHORT ORDER HOUSE. Garland Flour, Best on Earth, Weuns go' it. Buns, Ladies, don't sweat. Bread, 7 loaves for 25c. Doughnuts and Coffee Cakes on hand, always fresh. Extracts, 4 10c size for 25c, Townsend's, 3 Crown and All sized Bottles Best 8 15c Bottles for 25c, others. Brands, Half Price. All Work Shirts 50c each. Silk Shirts selling for $2.00 each. 200 Dress Shirts to close out at cost. Clothing and Corduroy Pants closing out at cost. each. Examine our Summer Suits at There is something in this part of town besides Hot Air and Gumbo Sidewalks. Please blunder in and see ' us and you will come again to Parley Gibbs has been appointed water master for the Samaria Lake Irrigation Co., with a sala-- v of $65 per month. A great deal of summer fallowing is NW done the farmers. Our west hills are pouring out more witter this year than ever before in the history of the town. Buzz. , instance, HOLMGREN. Tremonton. Proprietor, TftE KENT HOTEL Lohr's Bargain Store. Malad, St. John, 1'leasantview, Samaria, Woodruff and Cherry Creek. mini HODE WOOD, I fjofta lately, ii7uu SUPPLIES. FARMERS' CASH UNION. 1 rrko All liorsea sold or exchanged guarangaddle animals. teed as represented. Give me a call at the Proctor barn. Tremonton, Utah. II('lir.v ',ohn is preparing to build fine barn on his ranch, a , t purchase other tickets and some Lorenzo Hoskins has homestead-- e charitable people of Ogden made a quarter section of land northup a purse for their benefit and west of town. bought new tickets for them. Mrs. Philene Hall and Mrs, Chris That kind of treatment is what tena McCrary have completed a vis clamor it to the northern portion of the hasjnadeso many people for governmental regulation of rail valley. Among others visited were The railroads have taken every advantage of the poor man that they could, and if he objected their agents decided against him Will handle all kinds of horses, draft, roadsters and Eon't wait until the ELEVENTH HOUR for PREPARATIONS in anything that results in LOSS and DISAPOINTMENT. Call and see us at ' FISHBURN, Agent, Tremonton. STABLES. ' To place orders fcr ell kinds of A. FEED, SALE & EXCHANGE It is High Time j ' roads. J. Haying time begins immediately after this valuable rail is over. We can SAVE YOU MONEY on the Mower or Ra ce you desire to buy, and supply EXTRAS for them, should such be needed. two-year-o- ld w'.iirh they could be used. The family had no money with which Save Money at Home, "Your own Home." B ST COMPANIES AND LOWEST RATES. HAYING TIME I . - Trade Marl; March 3rd. Insurance Fire- FARMERS' CASH UNION. . To Horsemen. The Mammoth Imported Jack, "KENO' will stand during the season at Hudson's Barn, Tremonton. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and at our farm one mile west of Deweyville the remainder of the time, TERMS: SIO for the Season. VVARDROP BROS., Deweyville, Hah. Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. -- i0" ' role after MfTiat hut Indiana a parole v..od i thre ears. as lone us COLDS In p,.,,.. prisoner OODddQtl himself bester pot niairiml, acted like a (ceiUlemmi nud nns thourht well of bf n.11 However newspaper convey the Inferinalion that he w ent over to Linton a fw day hfo, found it impossible to resist the lemplatiou to take a iltink, and thon he cot drunk, Home little overt act w n tntnitted, and the oftlclaU oanm after him lhat he might aerve the ,t.tnMj,lin(I twelve years of his sentence at he Michi Poot Old .Joe tried lo geaettrprtaea, ommiUttifid hut w aa prevented, and HOW he languishes behind the ban. When a liking foi iro,U; drink can not ba cured in a three veara' abaiinence, then, indeed, must the" power of liquor sironcertban laniruace can Il(,rlr.v it l.ocan RcBoUlflU - - I King Milk liver I'illg kcp the aja lem tlcau and atomarh awen I'rompt mlief for hradacho and hillotiaaejb, Wood for All lb old hy Tn family. Bwoi M(rrcot1lt t'onipam. wins mme.t lncredild lint littl Dist F J Holton. Atty orei twenty five rems ro tht crop of Chairman County Com. fedle8s oranpes avaiUhle for alilpmtnt In 1898. A W Valentine. Tr 14,000 car only one box. h,U went 0,lt of cllforui. Dtl la 1004 Co Commissioners M B Hart ar,',HM) crl"J wtr'' WfPei ,oUl of D E Adams .008.000 hoxea. This year the amount Joseph Josephson ws much KreKtr Tue BTal w" flrl" Sheriff intr'luced from Urazll iu 1873, and three Treasurer S N Cole .VPara later a California woman oblained Christena Madson two of lhaallps from the OoTemment and Recorder l'l''ted them at Ulverside. In 1879 the Clerk Nephi J Valentine. bjd9 werc 1UnK st 5aplere, and in one B. C. Call orll. of buda were aold from Attorney V11 Melvin Nebeker two lr,M- - Now lbe-- ,re fo,lnd Surveyor witle rr of ('llfor,'l flver Elias Jensen Assessor m frllit ' one f lh' valuable mil-bSchool A E Jensen i lticlfi of PTt. being si ,ped in Supt lions of boxes and bringing in vast sum Justice of Peace Andrew Funk Tht naral I10 thouaands of gn...eri Charles Cheal orange rulca In thr markfts of tht world Constable and haK oven thr prima factor in dtrrlop PRECINCT OFFICERS ing California. Anirrlran Farmer. U thel 1 ' f ' e Hosts Ball the livclirst kind Trfmnntnn. Sriturd.iv Juno 1 it li at PRECINCT Have you ever seen a Sunset ? A heauiif illy illustrated month ly magazine of the wide awake West with fascinating short stories, picdesturesque personal point cription of the interesting development of the West, and the ronmnrc and history of the wonderland ei the eerth Ask your local DOwadealer fur . current year's The book, "Road of subscription 120 beaut I a Thousand Wonders." fill western viewn In four colors will be Included tree. SUNSET 8 AN BREED TO THE BEST. MOINEAU An The Old Reliable No 44324, Imported Trench Perchcron weight 2200, is at Charles Schmntz's place, 2H miles west of Tremonton. for the season of 1007. Terms of ser 10 for single service, or 90 when the mare is known to be in foal. vice , MAGAZINE FLOOD BUILDING, Jl'STICE CONSTABLE Box Elder James Knudson C. F. Nelson issue or send $ .50 fur FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. Wanted ! Fveryliody to advertise in The Our service reachea M of parts the Valley. Try it, Times.