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AMERICA. Services alike Methodist CbmcJ. West Two additional ptMSJU ftnve heen written and added to our national hymn by Henry Vandyke, (but who is we don't l;nw) and they are so good we Rive them here, We understand they were recited - at meeting in Des Moine.-- , Iowa, thy 1. 1, and was very ably handThere was a fair congrega- - not long aco. In the view of Mr led 1 II .,.,. un Lmmmi ai r A it ' " tion present and an seenwa .wen is too provincial, brjatiung trie air manner the with speaker's pleased and fitting thl conditions of New of presenting his subject. bngiana, rawer man laaiog in Drank Acid With Fatal Effects. It ii those of the whole co.intry. certain that there has been a new Mr and Mrs F ACook received meaning given to the name of "our a message from Ogden Tuesday within thf past generaof the country" morning notify big th-rt tion ( r vo by the opening up of death of their little t ie vast territory in t'.ie middle of Myrtle, their son's child, ths continent and OS the westsrn aged about live years. The lit- s'opjs of th Rooky Mountains tle one was playing with some looking out over the great Paeifie l lie waoic other children Monday evening ociaa. hymn now as reads a bottle follows; found of them when one containing muriatic acid. She My country His of thee, poured some of it into a cup and Sv,,rt land of liberty, gave it to Myrtle to drink, telling of th(ip j sinf,. her it w root beer. The fiery rjJlni where ray fathers died, stuff threw her into terrible ag- - and of thc prim:, pride, ony and she lingered for eleven prom ev'ry mountain's side, hours when death ended her suf- Let freedom ring, iwi,, r n grand-daughte- r, feringa. Two little children, a girl aged o and a boy aged two years, got on a train in Salt Lake City and came to Ogden. Their parents were nearly frantic over their supposed abduction, but wereov- er joyed when they found they had fallen into kind handein Og- den and were well cared for. Ad vertising in the Salt Lake papers and the use of the telephone restored them safe to their parents. They had lately removed from Denver to Salt Lake and had started out to go back to jv ,Kltur country, thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love: love thy rooks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills My that their silence break , The sound prolong. I love thy inland sens, Thy capes and giant trees. Thy rolling plains; Thy canyons wide and deep, Thv Pane's boundless sweep, 1 vs v m- - The Oregon Short Line Company will operate ita usual Summer to Canada on July 30th. Rates will apply to Stirling, Raymond, Magrath and Cardston in Al berta Province. Tickets will be good for thirty days. ManZan Pile Kemciiy conic put up in tollnpsihl m! with a DOItlt. tu apply right where tin srtnui. and in tlanimalion cxiU. It re Have at uuec Mind blending, itching or protruding (tuarantei'tl fold by Tremo&l pilei. Mercantile Company. The driving of n livery horse to its death by a brute named Roy Stone at Ogden a few days ago. is a crime that tie- mands a greater punishment than t lie laws allows. Stone lured the horse, a fine Spirited anilDa, valued at two hundred dollars, to go for a short drive, Imt he did not return until midnight, and then he sent the horse to the stable by two boys who could hardly induce it to reach the barn. It was covered with welts raised by the whip and was SO exhausted that it lay down and died, Stone is on tri.il for cruelty to animals and if convictotl ill probably he fined a few dollars or !ent to jail for - a -tmte .lavs. -- y Th whirmina-- rr e 1 post would be flip right thing for such hnites with forty or Pi mi litty stripes well laid on. 1 lie who will deliberately drive a horse to death would not herd- tate to commit murder if he had the least provocation. The soeie ties for the prevention of cruelty animals are doing much to pre vent such things, but severe pun ishments meted out by the court will add to the effectiveness of the laws and serve as a warning to ot ot like vicious j hr AIS MM Author of liberty, Of thee we sing; Long may our land be bright, With freedom's holy light Protect US by thy might Great Ood, our King. , Disasters on Land and Sea. of this great money-savin- g event. No matter how small the purchase, we absolutely guarantee to save you money. L. FISHBURN & SONS C TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. hoi S o.-a-iy 15 W IS 1 isLH to yk a A Car Load of the Famous Red Wing Stoneware just received. Shipment diiect.from Red Wing, Minn, it is positively the best Stoneware, and tliU carwaa manufactured espcilly for our trade. A. Car Load of Stoactrara seem to some people a big proposition: to us is is merely business. You will appreciate that there is a great difference in the cost of gooda when shipped in smad qu intilies, ping local freight and hire commissions to Jobbers, and shipping in earlead lo-- and buyWe have reduced the coit te a minimum, and are in a position 10 sare you ing direct from the factory money. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Prices much lower than last year. s . FRUIT JARS AND CROCKS. YOU Will soon be putting up large fruit, and we want to assure yu that vrs are equipped to care for Butter Jar to twelve gallon pickle Jars. your JAR wants. We have them all alone the line, from a Mixing Howls, Milk Pans, Rakers, etc. Several Dozen 1 and E quart Mason Fruit Jais In STONEWARE. " landS " Economy" " In STONEWARE. These Jars are constructed exactly the same as the glass jars, but arc much better, as they are a good many times stronger, and they exclude the light from the fruit. CALL AXI) SEE THEM. Please do not think we are "knocking" the glass jars; we are not; we si ll them, and at t h time we have on hand: Mason and Economy; ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOZEN. two-poun- HEAT DOCTOR AND THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS. We ARE Doctors of HEAT and will aree to reduce the heat in are not Doctors of medicine. SO! 120 from to Our kitchen Perfection Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove does the trick. degrees your REMEMBER: That while the goods in our store are the very best that, money will buy, we give you a $25.00 Talking Machine with, the first 135 spent at our store. This means that, we give you all of your money back. You are safe to csll on us for anything in Hardware, Tinware, Enameled Ware, Queensware, etc. AYe o aii h-- m Don't Fall to Take Advantage It Wa3 All Right Back Thera. They had evidently baen quarreling Two disasteroua wrecks have before entering the Sutter street car within the past week. The at tin- - ferry. "1 would thank you. Mr, Johnson, collision befirst was a head-o- n not to sit by me'" she said, icily. tween an excursion train and a I'll never go with her (), Lucy, freight train on the Pere Margurette again never, never, dearie!" railroad in Northern Michigan.1 GrirtiaUj the harsh tones melted to solt endearing phrases. 7.. The car About forty persons were killed become verj crowded. It stopped otitri'dit and nearlv a hundred iniur at Van Ness, conductor, wedged among pas- fid. nianv of them' maimed for life. gengers, midway of the aisles could The cause was the disobedience of not see the rear steps. With his hand order hv the conductor of the on the bell cord he snririenlv volH' j llinv ,,;lk train who had nositive in- frPiht " "Ifo ii.--, nil v.eve Hind" up mi iisui, structiom to give the excursion the aln." reanonderi Hie impulsively right of way, but forgot it untillj young man. v;. wiiiarn, ne nuin t mean us: too late. Pranoiaca Ch ran tela The other was a collision between J Grim Coiiaph In Hungary. Mendocino on two ships off is tne mosc terrible epitaph In What a coast. California the During existence? One of the grimmest i3 heavy fog Saturday night the steam suveiy that 0". a stone which was set schooner San Pedro, south hound, up a Tew yc a,o in the cemetery Debrescin, eastern Hungary: "Here struck the steam possengcr boat of rest in the Lord Joseph Moritz, senior, Columbia, north bound. The col who died In his CL'd year. He was lision occurred at midnight when Ehol by bta Bon. Frau Joseph Morlta, who died in her 47th year. the passengers and all on board senior, She was shot by her daughter. Elizasave the outlook and the officers beth Morlta, who died by her own hand in her 17th year, after shooting were asleep in their berths. Sudnor mother. Joseph Moritz, who died ti of e loomed the out fog denly in nrinon iml "7 lie hnH slmi his dark hull of the schooner, and al- - father. Mnv ete-n- al mrov v though frantic efforts were made on their poor, sinful souls!" This by a local lit- to avoid a collision, the schooner memorial was erected association to which, it is said, truck the Columbia on the port tfio last of the family left a um of $7,J00 for the purpose. bow making an immense hole in ner side through which the water Nuc0ct Long Overlooked. . anowcu i iikv it v : ueiuie "a uurrci wt'imnj; nvo ineos. .m.ii;ii;, ;uiu i.r whli h must have been passed over by the terriflce passengers could wheeled traffic for years, has been cape from their staterooms: she found In the main street at Linton, went to the hottom with all on near Ballarat, Australia, by one John had heen Qodden as be was, returning from One lifeboat hoard. work. launched, and some saved, hut, one hundred, at least, found wa-t- o The Need of Frankne;. one hns been wounded, It is tery grave in the Paeifie Ocean, notWhoa an eusy thing to conquer one's The Columbia carried ;Q0 passen- pride and hurt feellnss lufflclenttf to crew of seventy-fiv- e talk the matter over In a really kindpers and men under command of Capt P A ly way. It is so much easier to pose as an Injured martyr in alien :e, and Doran. The survivors were pickbrood over an apparent ed Up by other vessels and brought than to sneak oul candidly unklndness, and in the Itaek to Ban Fi tneiaco rilhl spiiit. E Summer Dress Goods Must GOo prices. The biles ami stings of inscats, sunburn, cuts, burns :md bruises relieved at once with Piuesalve Carhottiwd. Aats like it poul'ice. Draws out inflammation. Try it. Priee 2if. Sold by Trcmont Mercantile tompany. , Apparel to-We- ar It isn't so much the profit we make now as reducing the stock down to a healthy ebb. See them and note the Get Your Printing Done at The Times Office, Tremonton. , I On Ladies' Ready- - such as Skirts, Waists, Etc, Pnlley. the driven by the number of its revolutions and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the driver; the quotient will be the diameter of the driver. To find the size of a driving pulley, multiply the diameter of the driveii by the number of its revo lutions and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the driver; the quotient will be the diameter of the driven. To find the speed of driven pulley, you multiply the diameter of the driver by the number of its revo lutions and divide by the diameter of the driven; the quotient will be the number of revolutions of the driven. swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet freedom's sons: t L' mortal tongues awake, Let all that, breathe partake. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS mm the size of a Striving pulley, multiply the diameter of above, 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 v, ants for a month, or for three months to come, you certainly can make money by coming in to see us this month. To find Let music Let rocks Speeioia juiv rgams. 5 We are going to give you some bargains in July. the Tint crop of hav is the ia stack, it is very light. There i; very poor prospects of a second crop and still worse for seed on account of millions of grasshoppers. oome oi tne nuie pests are just hatching, others are half grown and still others are beginning to fly. Several farmers have cut their oats for hay as it was being eat up by the grasshoppers. S W Hall is doing good busines here in the music line. He has y.)ld five pianos and nine or tan organs in this vicinity the past month. To Find the Size or heart with rapture thrills Like IT Moat of I The editor of the Albany Mir ror skipped an issue of his lively muiitfa ntop. y paper, as he says, "on account ill from of the health resulting removal of a bunion from tH Jhy dome, thy silvery stranda, Golden ltc that stands side of our forehead." Well, Thy AffOIlt the West) V.Qf limov th. Mir,. ,!.virlr ax a m m i (,. 'b viiv sweet and Thv crystal air. enlarged to about double its form er size and his readers did not Thy slight everywhere; . 1)e'(1,ml omPfirp-lose so much after all. Glad to love thee best. , j.,. see tne Mirror so prosperous. Our Father's God, to Thee, 1 lare number of our vouni the went to Lagoon on the p?ople 17th, and bad a good time. J 8 Morris is remodeling his residence. Miss Rachel Hoakina and Leona Zundel have returned home from their visit at Blackfoot, Idaho. Bishop J H Gibba is going to have the tithing office repainted and a new fence in front. Mr C W Hall has been secured He will a3 principle of our school. be aided by Miss Rosa Atkinson and J Edward Gibba, Miss Leona Zundel will do the tutor act at Riv erside this year. A Oir NdtioDel Hymn Revised. Last Sunday afternoon Mid evening RV Mr Slmw of Offal preached two excellent sermon at H the M E efareh. The first ffom the text "What is truth?" and was a very able exposition of the momentous question. Theoth er was from Paul's epistle to Timo- - 10 Portage Items. ! BINDER TWINE, &C. Deering Hinder Twine A GOOD Price while it la.-ts- . We also haTe a few pieces of Farm Machinery that we will almost give you. It is the Deering 'Good Goods.' BUILDING MATERIAL. We have everything in the Building Material line that you will need for We mean that we have your new home, or for remodeling your old building. you will want from the smallest nail to the last brush of paint. Our jsnoa everything RIGHT. are prices When you want the best Irrigating Shovel on the market, call on us. Whips to make the "mare' go, and Binder Whips, all styles. Yours for business, m o Wilson Lumber Company. Tremonton. Utah. WWHEBE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD' mmmmmm 1 es-m- TRY "THE TIMES" For Your Job Printing. OUR WORK IS GOOD C8t PRICE R,IGHT.