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wocBKMesssaiOBao ALL IS READY ca ra oeioe3QE20 For the Celebration of July bargains. fPIONEER DAY! We are going to give you some bargains in July. t0 SWEEPING REDUCTIONS On Ladies' Ready-to-Wesuch as Skirts, Waists, Etc Singing, Recitations and Speeches Base Ball and Other Games It isn't so much the profit we make now as reducing the stock down to a healthy ebb. See them and note the PRIZES FOR THE WINNERS. Grand Dance for the Children, prices. IN WILSON S HALL AT ONE O'CLOCK, WITH FOR A DANCE AT Furnish Music D R. L. FISHBURN & SONS CO, of Refreshments on the Grounds Plenty CHARGED EXTRA HIGH PRICES WILL THIS THEY BE AND NO ON OCCASION. A WANT EYERYBODY TO HAVE G3QD TIME WITH THE LEAST EXPENSE. Charge lor Admission to the Ball Grounds, and Ice Water Furnished Free to Everybody. UTAH. A Neat Job. Advice to Canadian Farmers May Ap- - ply to Dtah. Jobo Wilson Tells As He of tbe We are in receipt of College Bui- letin, Vol. 7, No. 1 , of the Utah Ag- College at Logan. We find this bulletin a very attractive Conditions Found Them. Farmers want to look ' ' - 1 unfortunate landowner: "Begging at Becks Sngar Beet Prospects at Ogden. South corner, running thence the! Judge Rolop reports that North 50 feet; thence West 50 beet outlook for this season hasfeet; thence gouth g the brightest prospect, of any . s ;ason since the factory has been "CS,U" . e itablished. There are no evi-- 1 mnS tlus being a plot of land d?nces of the white fly and the 50 feet square cut from tbe with such back end of the said Jemima crops . are .. growing . promise that the tonnage is go-- ! Jones." ' . 1 - j -- Congressman Joseph Howell and home again af- - Rut ter sn extensixe trip through Eu- - j rope. They were away several For rnonthsand spent the time very Plssntly. Uftfto Journal, Mrs. Howell are at An(i they appeared to suit. wrien the box was emptied We hollered for a cop M the berrieg fit eat Were those upon the top. -- St. Louis Post-Dispatc- h. HHHHE IT'C IB I mi SEE THIS MACHINE. At an annual session of the Utah Postmasters Association held in MWi tins year, Post- master Joseph Odell of Logan was elected president of tbe or "'iMrstiritbthsof Smitbtield second vice presi- dent. The convention chose American Fork as the place of meeting next year 1J The bites ni mingg f htsMu, .un. tows, was, bnrns nnd bmiM n iievt'd at J'incsalve CrMiud. Atti ft VtS..,,"STS VLmtmVk My, byTSS O fOE30 VfStfcli READ OUR OFFER. A Natural Tone reports show a shortage and it now looks as though the men who have full bin3 twelve months hence will be rattling good mon- ey in their pockets instead of the rusty nails and copper rivets which usually sags the overall pockets of the tiller of the soil Wheat may again te king and the men who produce it and should have it, will take their pro per place as directors instead of the driven. Farmers can make no mistake if they hold their wheat. Chronicle. I The wheat and alfalfa crops are record breakers and the bee industry has prospects of far exceeding its output this seoSOO than any other in the history of the Ashley valley. . j maue aii tverumi acompanv up of local capitalists are put-- ing to be a record breaker. Mr. ting up one of the most mod- Woodruff, who succeeded Dyer uperinUndent of the factory. ern grist mills in the state, is also enthusiastic in his asser-'- , cstino: m the neighborhood unprece(,ented ye& of $50,000, and a power plant in tne 8uRr Qutput fo thig is being built at the mouth of 'tion. Uky nuiyon whfeh will, iD strawberry Season. to electric citizens light give .f enterprising and growing j Sing a song of strawberries, A verv luscious fruit Vernal. Sunday Examiner. Saw them at the market place, o wellaf-ricultur- al interesting document and of the school which sends it worthy salesman for the Eccles Lumout. The fine halftone engravings ber company and tbe Ogden illustrating the grounds and build- Overall factory, returned last ings of the college almost make one Saturday from a trip in tbe feel as if he had really been there, while the text gives nil the neces Ashley country. Mr. Wilson states that the sary information the prospective student needs of the crops in that section of tbe for admission told in arequirments most se- country are in advance of those dnctive manner. It almost makes There is in wish we were a in this vicinity. young man again, in Vernal for tbe more water Hut what we wanted to sav. is use of tlit farmer this season that this job of printing is well 77II than old settlers have seen for worthy of the State School. The "D engravings and letter press are! inscription years. Tbe twvo bridges over well done and in in a deed on record in a certain it every respect the Duchesne, one at Lake has a finished appearance. While county of North Carolina is Fork and tbe other near Straw- it tionrw nn ...... r Df.. .... i ..v. nmlarctnn.l ..v, imnrint ....r....v, wt llie HOOK Ol tUeedS vvuivu UVIJI mwimw washed both been have El-the work Box was done 1 berry, .U1, by the loose from their abutments d?r News Printing Co. at Brigham. the name of the years. TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. ter their wheat as the world crop .John M. Wilson, traveling and und Green river is higber now than it has been for many 6 NINE O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING. Invites You and All Your Friends and Neighbors to Come and Bring Your Children and Celebrate the day with them. CROPS IH EASTERN o of this great money-sayin- g event. No matter how small the purchase, we absolutely guarantee to save you money. The Business Men's Association No . Don't Fail to Take Advantage Free Distribution ol Candies and Nuts to the Little Folks. BEAR RIVER ORCHESTRA Will O Must Go. IN THE FORENOON. A O O All Summer Dress Goods U u Apparel ar H Have been Engaged to Furnish their Choicest Music all the day, H I ICC WITH NUMEROUS &0 This month is going to be chock full of Special Sales at this store; special sales that will be Money Savers to you. The saving to you will be the biggest interest that ever any dollar brought anybody. If you can anticipate your wants for a month, or for three months to come, you certainly can make money by coming in to see us this month. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, At Tremonton, Utah. Bear River Military Bandg IN THE AFTERNOON 30 TALKING and SIB It oo FREE Call at our store and hear the Specially Prepared Records of uu Bands and other Instrumental and assure Music, Songs, Stories, Recitations, etc., yourself that this is the best offerred. You buy only the Records. STANDARD RECORDS ARE FAMOUS FOR THEIR TONE AND QUALITY. One Standard Talking Machine with Flower Horn Free to ever sTj JT H Customer whose Cash Purchases in Hardware amount to My! These are HOT DAYS! Yes, they are very warm; what some call the "good old summer time." Buy a Perfection Oil Cook Stove and you will nt t get too warm while doing your cooking. Lumber and all kinds of Building Material at the right price. Fruit Jars: Mason and Economy. Two sets of good Team Harness. Two Deering Mowers that we are waiting to give to some one of our custo- a sm mers. Binder Twine ! Good time to buy same. Price is right. Call on us for anything ; Hardware, etc. 00 0 f( p0VJU i 00 Wilson Lumber Company, Utah. Tremonton, WHERE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." -- BBS "THE mmwmwmmm TRY TIMES" For Your Job Printing, OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE RjJGHT.