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The Boy From Town. THE TREMONT TIMES. Published Every Thursday Tremonton. Utah. Al Win. If. Capwill. Eilitur ami MsMgff Entcrtd f ai a tin- cum matter April olfice nt 'i'remoiitoii. usinnd l't nnfUr the act Manh M, f OOBfTSM h need a rest . h' "f Hit Uf calls MM bin ' I'et ' 1 (Trade Mark.) ' I h ttf Haying Is Fairly Begun To have a name like thai. lS'TW. lit weir Subscription one rssi in sdvssee month i" Milvniicc Si ItMTMl (KM ill alliance A rate, I HjM .71 i lis a collar ami a han' bf can 't Mowers. Rakes, Jackson Forks, Pitch Forks, Wire Rope and a GREAT Q'JANTITY of sisal rope has been a daily out put, with ample on hand to meet your requirments. fttSM that would nearly tile If I had on his clothe. He . 'in rUuj list I ain 't him witness on the part of the state He thiuks it's lot's of fun to pump was one Harry Orchard whose see thu water ipnrt, true name h Horsely. Orchard And Hut won't ellinli in the bam and Jump, )nfes3es to the following list of For faar of got ting hurl. murders, which he asserts were His clo's are nice and fl ne committed at the instance of the Hi; hair's all ovpr curls: defendant Haywood and the "in- Hi haudt bain'l half as hii as mint; He ought to alajt with giii. ner circle" of the Western MinA little while ao when we ers' Union, who paid his wages Were fooiin' in the shed and expenses: 1899 Blew up He suddenly got mad at me Sullivan and Bunker Hill Mine at Kecause I humped hw head. Wardner, Idaho. Two men were, There lot." of things that he can't do; killed. 1903-Bl- ew He thinks thut sheep will hits, up Vindicator Colo. And he's afraid of ganders, too. Mine of Cripple Creek, But, Jtmlny! He can light' 903 Two men were killed. S. K. Ktser, Chicago Record. S'iot down in cold blood Lyle Others Want Coal, Too. Gregory, a detective in Denver. sta1904 Blew Up the railroad The Salt Lake City consumers tion at Independence, Colo. Four of coal, as well as those of teen men were killed. are already much alarmed up the home of Fred Bradley in at the prospect of a coal famine San FranciWO, blinding his ina this winter, equal, if not worse, ted tended victim. than that of last winter. The bomb in Denver for Supreme of dealers is to store coal advice Judge Gabbert. This was to be in summer, but they fa to tell exploded by the picking up of a the consumers by what method pocket book laid as a bait. The they can store coal in the sumjudge failed to see the purse. A .mun named Wally picked it up mer even when no coal is to be had in either of these cities. The and was killed. 1905, Jan. 30, whole truth, and nothing but the Assassinated former Governor truth, relative to this matter is Steunenberg by means of a bomb that there will continue to be ii Caldwell, Idaho. 1903-4-- 5 coal famines annually in the Plotted continually to kill promicities and towns of Utah nent officials in the West, Sher- larger until are some more large there man Bell, Judge Goddard, formbodies of coal opened here. The er Governor Peabody of Colorado, greatest measures of coal in this and David Molfatt, a state are yet untouched, for they were intended victims. lie in Emery county. Less than Orchard dovised a bomb attached toa gate; by opening the gate 100 enterprising business men in the bomb was exploded. In this Salt Lake and Ogden can solve manner Steunenberg met his the coal shortage problem by death. He planted the Gabbert each putting up $5,000 and build bomb with the attached string ing and equipping a railroad into wound around a pocket book, so Emery county and opening up a that to pick up the purse meant coal mine here. Emery County He put a bomb ina Progress. tbstruction. mine shaft so that ths upward Fish Hatchery Near Brigham movement of the cage exploded A gentleman by the name of it. who recently came to Brig-haHull, While there are many who befrom Canada, has establishlieve that Orchard confesses to ed a fish hatchery at Maple these murders and atrocities with Springs in the valley a few miles the idea of saving hi own neck, east of Brigham, and is making there has been a great deal of quite a success of his new corroborating evidence offered, which, if not contradicted, will Japan should bear in mind that certainly tend to fix a belief in the minds of the people that pride gO0th bsfort ft lambasting. there was a great murderous con spiracy in the Western FederaHappy is the xpirit that makes tion of Miners, and that Haywood two days of sunshine grow whore Mover and Pettibone were the one grew before. leaders in it, even if the jury only fails to convict them, A South Dakota man advertises I I ( Ml 1 Og-de- n, 190-i-Ble- 1904-Plan- 1 multi-millionair- e, m No Paper Next Week. order that our help may have a chance to celebrate the Fourth and get a little needed recreation, we shall issue no paper next week. Now don't bother the postmaster by inquiring why The Times don't come. It will get around the week after the Fourth. Please read this and remember thorp will bf French dressmaker paper dresses will soon Then we can expect to on the waist p)er lie in vogue. see peek-a-ho- o market. For further It Operates daily over our counter, irs call on us. dayid partiu- - FARMERS' CASH UNION. Holmgren, mgr. Tremonton, Utah. LOHR'S Lohr's Bargain Store, TREMONTON chairmanof Board, J A Fishburn. E M Wyatt. J c Gates. Member tt t. , i i i 4( cler Treasurer D c Roush. R F Meldrum Marshall Three Mile Alma Iversou Brig. Nelson Man tun N. C. Jeppcson C. A. Anderson Calls Fort W. W. Laley E. Hunsaker It. X. Gardner B. J. Record Dcweyvillc Cottiaitou II v rum Jensen J. R. Standing Beaver Dam C J. Elmer Win. F. Bowen Bear River A.E. Holmgren H.PThorsen Manila E. It. Sherman Chas Kroksh Sunset II. C. Vanausdcln T. E. Secrist Riverside L. H. Kennard Jas. G.Smith T. F. Coombs Job Welling Fieldiag Watland. George Shuman. Malad E. John Shuman. Plymouth S B R. Hadley Sylvester Owens E. H. Rudd J. Nish Portage J. E.Gibbs Rawlins R. W. Adams Hans Knudson T. W. Sandiil Promontory Geo. N. House Chas Stokes Curlew C. W. Robbins A. L. Peterson STATE Park Valley D. Hirschi J. A. Eckerley John c cutler. Terrace F. Hyland John Nilsson S Tingey. Clear Creek O. D Mclntire C. L. Kenipton Charles Secretary M A Bredden. 8. Babbitt Atty. General C. Yates H. T. II. Jr. Blackburn J A Edwards. Junction Auditor James Christiansen Grouse Creek Phil Paskett O. C. Toync Treasurer COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. Supt. of Public Instruction Governor A State Senator 1 C Nelson. District Peter Clegg. Don't forget the Times wanting job work. Judge 1st Judical District BEE'S LAXATIVE Willard W Maughan. F J Holton. Christena Madson Nephi J Valentine. Attorney B. C. Call Surveyor Assessor Melvin Nebeker General Kuroki repeated hit act School Supt 'of distributing $400 in tips to the Justice of Peace flunkeys at ;i Chicago hotel. Yet Constable Elias Jensen A E Jensen Andrew Funk Charles Cheal they say Japan hasn't got the PRECINCT OFFICERS engage in a wttr with the PRECINCT .irsTHT. CONSTABLE United state-- . Boi Elder Jamei Kuntboa ('. 1' Si Iton A. FISHBURN, Agent, Tremonton. FEED, SALE A EXCHANGE handle all kinds of horses, draft, roadsters and saddle animals. All horses sold or exchanged guaran-teeas represented. Give me a call at the Proctor bam. AVill HODE WOOD, Proprietor, Tremonton. THE KENT HOTEL SHORT ORDER HOUSE. Meals 23e. Served From 6 A. M. to 10 P. Bf. Good Meals and Good Rooms. Satisfaction Guarateed. Telephone Connection With Roth Lines. Tremonton, Utah. A. KENT, Prop. House Painting and Decorating, HEADQUARTERS Sio;n FOR WALL PAPER. and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. Will Meet Prices on First Class Work. Utah. Tremonton, Harvesting Machinery. We have just received a carload of 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. WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. To Horsemen. The Mammoth Imported Jack, uKENO,"' 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: S10 for the Season. WARDUOP PROS.. Deweyville, Hah. Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. A. W. Valentine, Chairman Dr. A. E.Rich, Secretary M. B. Hart and D. E. Adams, Members. W S Hansen Representative BOX ELDER COUNTY S N Cole J. Osborne's Harvesting Machinery TREMONTON. Official Directory. J Save Money at Home, "Your own Home." BIST COMPANIES AND LOWEST RATES. George Meldrum, Garland Flour,' Best on Earth, Weuns got it. Ladies, don't sweat. Rread, 7 loaves for 25c. Runs, Doutrhnuta and Coffee Cakes on hand, always fresh. Extracts, 4 10c size for 25c, Townsend's, 3 Crown and J 15c Pottles for 25c. AH sized Pottles Best others. Brands, Half Price. All Work Shirts 50c each. Sdk Shirts selling for $2.00 each. 200 Dress Shirts to close out at cost. Clothing and Corduroy Pants closing out at cost. Examine our Summer Suits at $2.50 each. 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 Recorder asserts that Clerk mon-jrvt- o Paper Next Week. Did You Eyer Hear 01 Automatic Stock Subscription? Treasurer ower. In No LOOK FORWARD to your requirments for handling an abundant grain havest. WE can SAVE MONEY in buy-ini- ; your binder or Header for you. EIGHTY THOUSAND GRAIN BAGS will arrive in ample time for threshing. Place Your Orders because sacks will lie in demand. This amount we purchased at the right time and can be sold for the right price. SIX THOUSAND APPLE BOXES have been orderWe Can Supply Your Wants in that ed for early delivery. line, or in anything that may be required for the FARM or IP M E, va Inch terms are synonymous. Dist Atty Chairman County Com. A W Valentine. M B Hart Co Commissioners D E Adams for a wife who is dumb. It were Sheriff Joseph Josephson superfluous to add that he is a wid- A ! torn: hi I can't lid hoisohack an' to dav When lira klid on tho si raw, He tut if roosters help to lay The tifgi I picked for maw. HARRY ORCHARD. When our old gander h lined lie run Ai tho' Ur thot he'd Idle. The trial of Haywood at Boise, Anil lie a!n' ever hot a 1111 which has held the attention of Or mail,' a homemade kite; the entire country for the past He never milked a cow, ami he four weeks, develops a terrible ( an t even dive or twlm; state of affairs. The principal I'd hate to think that he va me; MM Fire Insurance FARMERS' CASH UNION. vol, know. and His MAM it CCil eight Anil lie can't bkin the rat. A Oil C. U. Fa boj cam her from towu To stkV a wcrk or Irt, nm itewa sWtasi iii. mum h Last nUlit RELIEVES COUGHS , office COUGH when SYRUP AND COLDS Have you ever seen a Sunset? beam if 'illy illustrated monthly magazine of the wide awake Wi st with fascinating short stories, personal point nf view desof the interesting develop cription ment of the West, and the romance and history of the wonderland of the earth. Ask your local newsdealer for current issue or semi f 1.50 for year's The book, "Road of u Thousand Wonders."- - 120 views in fourcolors will be included tree. A beauti-fulweste- SUNSET flood SAN BREED TO THE BEST. MOINEAU The Old Reliable No. 44324, An Imported French Percheron, weight 2200, is nt Charles Rchmutz's place, 2H miles west of Tremonton, for Hie season of IftOT Terms of ser 10 for single Ml vice list, or 20 when tlie mare Is known to tie In foal. MAGAZINE BUILDING, FRNUSC, CAUFOIISM. Wanted I Everybody to advertise is 9te Times. 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