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fi j a .1 9 The Tremont Times. TREMONTON. BOX ELDEK COUNTY, Wants, For Sale, &o. Short adverisemenU under ibis Lead will he inserted for One Cent a word awh iu advanee for each iuaertioii. No dverlieement for leu than Ten Cents. A r lUllljljll except the Garland T) T A VT T? D T X V Globe man is making calculations I I) A I to spend Pioneer Dav next Wed- - f AFT PDTj I 1 1111 nesday, July 24th, in Tremonton.' And we shall have a big time here, whether he comes or not, and those a Big Promises who do not come will wish they Everything had come. Time For Next Wednesday. Everybody , Snag Little Farm. Nearly thirty acres good land all cleared and fenced, close to canal with excellent drainage, two acres set to apple trees, in a good neighborhood, is for sale on long time and easy terms. Small payment down and ten to twenty years on balance will give any active young iVmer a chance to get & home cheap as in Idaho. For further particulars call on W H Capwell, Times Office. I Louse, barn and otlitr out a lot of young fruit tries and building ou Main street, Tremooton. Lot U 26 by 15 j feet, and aauts against another of the earns size extending to the street on the north. Good ojMar tad well of soft water. Ail will be sold for only 1200, which is iUs lowest price that will take it. Call on the Editor of The Times for . JPfcinKof and L. LandV V ton, last Sunday night, Francotii M M 1 Pres. J W g, j ' It has been fully decided that next Wednesday, July 24th, Pioneer Dav, shall be celebrated in Tremonton with the best program of event that has ever been carned out here. The Business Men s Association has raised a large fund and will provide for the comfort of the public in their usual hospitable manner. They will have a large bovver erected with seats where all can be sheltered from the heat of the sun. They have engaged the Bear River Band to play all day further particulars. for the delectation of the lovers of TREMONTON MARKETS music. Prizes have been provided for those who wish to take part in .75 2 to spare. wheat per bu. sacked, the Kiin'e. A dance for the chilOats per 100 lbs., sacked 1.30 dren will be held in Wilson's hall Lessons in Ball Playing. .90 Feed barley per 100 lbs during the afternoon and candies and nuts distributed to the little .31-- 2 Beef cattle per lb. The Business Men of Brl2uam City fojkg jn fact aj, wijj be done for .20 & .25 Butter per Ik have got it iuto their heads that ihey the comfort and pleasure of every-e- n .17 2 Eggs, per doz. play Baseball. We don't know how body that can be done, and those 1.50 Potatoes per 100 who come to Tremonton for a day they got it then. Some one must have of sensible eniovment will not be Iremonton Poatotfhe tld them. Just to show them that thev dissappointed. Just read the Mails Close Business Jteu of Tremonton gramme and see for yourselves how For the South at 8:80 a m. ud Garland art going down to Brigham much is in store for you. 8:00 p. m. Wednesday July the 3Ut, to show them Remember, there will be no For the N'orth at 10:00 a. ra. how it's doue. We can see them taking charge for admission to the ball alaUe Arrive grounds, and ice water will be free to the tall timber now all. to From the Souiii at 10.30 a. m. PROGRAMME. Have Ho Whooping Congh. fl:48 p. m. 10:30 a. m., meeting in the bow- From she North at 8:4 p. m. is. jfV raport has been circulated thai t ry. F. Alan E. Roche, Master of Cer-- ! Mr and Mrs F A Cook have had emonies. and the the whooping cough lately, from 1st. Music by Bear River Band. S B Watland entertained his rumor has kept trade away 2nd. Song "America," by con their store. We are requested to cousin, A R Watland of St- Louis, the story is false in every par- - gregation with band accompani-- i Mo., two or three days this week. say been troubl- - ment, led by Olof J. Olsen. This was his first trip to this coun- ticular, they have not e 3rd. Prayer, Chaplin, P M ed with whooping cough since they try. sen. a Mr h Cook has ad children. All the News every day for 50c bad cold and Mrs Cook is never! 4th Male Quartet, A W Hadley a month The Intermountain Revery well, but as for having whoop- - and others. Adpublican. Subscribe 5th Oration Hon. F W Fish- ing cough that is all moonshine. dress, 208 South West Temple, Salt One burn, do have, however, thing they Lake. and that is lots of ice cream, soda! 6th Song, Miss Hansen. Miss Sunshine Coil of Corinne water and millinery which they are j 7th Recitation, B F Winzeler. was the guest of Mrs D S Lohr ov- snllinff at cost. 8th Quartet, Mrs Alice M Ault er Sunday. Miss Coil is engaged and others. in getting subscript ians to the Salt Sth Prayer, Chaplin, P M Han- Saturday's Base Ball Game. Lake Telegram, and hopes to besen. A fast and exciting game of base come a' member of a party who 1Qth "Star Spangled Banner," will take a trip at the publisher's ball was pulled off on the Tremon- the Band, ton diamond Saturday, the 13th, AFTERNOON SPORTS expense. ist Wc pay the highest market price fir between the Elwood and Riverside p, m. , dancing for the beeves, veal calves and hogs. Call ou us teams. The game resulted in a vie children at Wilson's hall if you have acytLbg in that line to sell. tory for the Elwood bunch, the 2nd. 2 p. m. the following sports D R Hammond & Co Tremonton score being seven to four in their for which prizes of merchandise The snow still remains on old Fox favor will be given the winners: cash or rider Peak in spite of the bet days. It Christensen, a B Y C slab artist, Prize $1.50 Wheelbarrow race, row looks as if it might stay till next twirled for Elwood, and he pitched 1.00 Sack race, year. a splendid game for his team. He dash 50 1.00 race, yd A carload of stoneware has " hid the opposing team entirely at 100 yd " 2.00 Wilson received the been by just his mercy, striking out eighteen Three legged race, 1.50 Lumber Co, and will be sold " and allowing but four hits. men, on .50 race, egg spoon, Egg wholesale and retail With the exception of a few costly race, 4 doz. eggs one yard Egg The new meeting house of the errors his support played a Prize .60 steady apart, Apostolic church is progressing game. Married woman's race, " $1.00 " rapidly and will be under roof in a Hales, the Riverside pitcher,! Young ladies' race, 1.00 few days. If Contractor Tucker thro wed a very good game, but was " Broad jump, 1.00 doesn't hustle, the people will be accorded ragged support at times,: " 1.00 High jump, " holding services in the church be- errors being responsible for part of Tallest Woman, 1.00 fore Mr Cole does any bank busi- the runs scored. Riverside was al" 1.00 Shortest " ness in Tremonton. " " ar) handicapped by the absence of Oldest 1.00 " Our attention has been called to two of their regular players. 1.00 Oldest man, The game proved that a very under Handsomest one our market report, and those who baby noticed it say that our prices are gtod article of ball can be dished year old, prize $2.00. We should like to up by local teams. not correct. Children's Races, prises amountA Base Ball Fan. and reliable make thess reports ing to $10.00. Ball Game at 4 p. m. hereafter shall call on our dealers To Jamestown Exposition. are the for week they prices every Low rates to Jamestown Expoeitien Red need Rates Tor Pioneer Day. paying for farm products, grain, po vio. Oregon Short Line May lftb and The Oregon Short Line annouces tatoes, butter, eggs, Ac. In this daily thereafter. Long Limits and di a reduction of fares to two cents a way we hope to make these reports verse routes. See agent for full of value to the farmers. mile each way for Pioneer Day in travel over its lines. Tickets good Pluoules are for the Kidneys and Maay carp are new being caugb eeeaaion-allder. relief baek to They bring quiek going on the 23rd and 24th of July the peols aleng Bear River and Iliad rheumatism, ivorn ache, lumbago, and good to return on the 25th. some other kind offish is taken, but ut feeling. They prodtme natural makes a rate of one fare for a to This like few and very tion of the kidneys. 80 days treatment tey are not plenty .. u . the jt.ij vhen prof ILtU. Mooty n funded if Plncules an- luulm "'F ml w,u mmau pay for a license toflsh and a branch fare and a third on not jailer tory fold by Tremout Mer pet issn oi as not to make the sport eaatile th mainline. Company eintlrini? , I A work. Sister Visa Haws gave a piano solo. Elder Hoopes of Brigham spoke very interestingly and at some length upon the first principles of the gospel, mainly on "Baptism, by Immersion". Elder Joseph Kirkham of the Garland Ward favored the congregation with a violin solo, and the meeting dlosed by singing "Redeemer of Iseral." Benediction was pronounced by Brother Jacob Jensen. M the Morning, Other Entertainments in the Afternoon. The first erop of alfalfu Li now nearly all in Steele, and we undeistand that It was a jood one. Considerable wlita, especially on llykt soil, Is about ready fsr the liarveeter. The erop will prob ably be a fair one. Oats arelooking well and promise a heavy yield. Potatoes are not looking well ou most land tLa cold wet spring not havinir bnen very favor- able for their growth, but thste will be enough for heme eonsumptii'n and some Washakie News. , 1-- ' 1-- j pro-ein't.t- j . , j ; j J - j Han-wer- to-da- y. j h. d Tremont Times: Well, no much news here But our stake are sroinir ex st-jf- e ? 6 A -- s l 4 - I M -- fi 8 8 --- 8 4f 8 hv c.. tr 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. k V 8 a. 1 8-- 4 -o- STATE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. 1 f f f ;;, T f d. STATE SUPERVISION UNDER ACCOUNTS AND CONTROL. Warm Weather Goods. There are many things in our stock much to your comfort, but the space at our limited to make a full list of them, and you vited to come in and see what we have in that would add command is too are cordially instore and learn our prices. stw hope the people having a good times down there, and also our!4jllOcS beet crops are looking very splen prices, but did this vear. We water- ino Uat it we have good crop again. Our A ravrilza tmnnf Un ,,f I,, I.. uuwn t bth 4j & ct: r BEARS 8 8 -- 8 was opened ly sing'"Earth with Her Ten Thouing sand BASEBALL lowers," and prayer by GAMES, all ou us for anything in that MUSIC, prices. Brother Henry Seager. "Softly line. D. K. Hammond & Co. Wyatt's AND VARIOUS SPORTS neams me Micrca Uawnitic, was rilH a nil r, mii then sung, after which Pre Fran- Rev. J. H Talbot prestding el- SpeeeheS) Rttflo jn com give a short address on the Sunday afternoon. He announced that he had word from the Rev. Mr. Meikleson of Colorado that he would accept the pastorate of the Corinne and Tremonton charge and would be here the first Sunday in August to assume the duties and conduct the services. r. ctwb A T(t meeting We handle the very best meats, both fresh and salt, at the moit rcasonabl" & d: X A $j tj .it tfc ct 4? tfc ci cpJj & t j h as 4j cb 8- -. of Elwood St :ike. of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, was held in Wilson's Hall, Tremon pre-ulin- Vo). 4 No 19 I. A. Y. M. M. I j s the tottjjI JULY 18. 1907. ( Here is a Good Proposition. A good UTAH. THURSDAY. Kfaaw ClJnfiOrc Goods. of Men's and or n' Women and All sizes and Children. aUU the for the best quality price anywhere, A line of best makes funse, ed OIippclS Summer Underwear A uB,ui at Garland and have good time JUij nj OlLaW Ho4c lid IS, A thousand, or less, for all sized heads and all sized purses. Can fit TJ. inwysay. we win celebrate Z4 here in our town their arrangeFancy an( Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, ment made already. ' Everything Good to Eat. Ml Pabigee and wife and also et us now yur nee(s, we will see if we Mr Ottogary and wife was on cannot supply them. Our stock is large but we sport in Blacksmith Fork canyon don't profess to keep everything and it may be impossible to tkrA days last week. fill your order, hutlet us try. It will cost you aothng. ;rn HMrs Kate Palawena lost her aon boy last week some time. He was a year and a half old. Last Saturday there was wrestTREMONTON, UTAH. ling match in Garland between Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. one Indian from our town and the butcher in Garland. They claim he was best man in town, but Indian got the prize. It was Utah's Big Popular Priced Daily, The witnessed by over 200 peopleI heard the son of chief will be here in our town on 24th to visit INTER-MOUNTAI- N his friends and relatives, but he Is mailed every morning for 50c a month in advance. It will return home after 24th. His home is upon Wind River Resergives all the news. Subscribe for the vation. I hop9 he will have a N REPUBLICAN, good time Salt Lake City, Utah Wm Ottogary Ctffrckftaa UrOtcrica, KVfiii Waldron & Harris Bros., - REPUBLICAN, INTER-MOUNTAI- ' j2 OIL STRUCK Large n . ac-- . i Y UTAH. Encountered Boring at Yirgin City. . , Quantities IN S. While Tremont Mercantile Co. DRUG DEPARTMENT. George, Utah. July 15th. Yester day morning oil in large quantities was A. I). 8. struck at the oil field In Virginia City, 25c Carbolic Stvlve for Burns; Nothing equals it. at the Itio Virgin oil grounds, ut lb D. S. o'clock. Oil began to flow from the A. They cure Digestive Tablets are iStomaeh Menders. pipes from a depth of 070 feet and con25e tinues to flow in a heavy stream. indigestion. 4 Up to o'olock about fifty barrels lud A. D. S. been allowed to escape. Fruit Lax. Nature's Cure for Constipation. It reThe oleaginous fluid was struck hefore moves the cause. it wns actually expected and the experts were a little aurprised tj encounter it so A. D. S. near the surface. The pressure seems to Blackberry Cordial for Summer Bowel Complaint, 25c be quite heavy for the depth. D. S. People are hichlv elated, especially A. those who are interested in the fields. Fig Syrup, a gentle and pleasant Laxative for ChildAbout 800,000 acres have been locate d 25c ren. J people from Nevada, California and A. D. S. Southern Utah. These Letters on our goods mean that they are GuarThose in a position to know, state that there will be twenty oil ris at work be anteed by 5000 Druggists to give satisfaction or money foreOhristmas. People are tloeking In refunded. and beginning to seek moie loeaCons. l'c A Newsy Paper. Furnishing Department. The shipment of Ladies Trimmed Hats that should have One of the brighest and newsiest in dailies that comes to this office is reached here for the 4th of July were delayed the Republican of now offer them at cost while they last. Salt Lake City. It contains full telegraphic news from all over the world, and its editorials are Every style which the dressy man will wear in fact there is nothing stale you will find here, and at a subtantial saving. in it. And the price is only 50c a month by mail every day. AHk the postmaster to show you a copy, It' or, better, try it a month. monev. the wrth Inter-Mounta- transit, we in Gents' Straw Hats. this season TREMONT MERCANTILE CO. TREMONTON. UTAH.