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Tretitont Times i he uanf rtr in Vw. Cj Thm Iwthers - h TREMONTON, BOX ELDER COUNTY1 'TAR. TRI RSDAY, been Brothers received lasi week a large threshing machmi and an power traction eo which with gine they expect to .11 , out several nuaureu u.ic Rrnin in the valley this fall. Ihey Carter at work " HAYWOOD IS ACQUITTED this church week, under tbis bead on the Apostolic Short ad roriaMMOt is now about will be inurud for One Cut a word and the building The Jory Says He is Not Guilty of No ready for the plasterers. in aivan.e for each insertion. Conspiring to Murder Governor Last Sunday evening a prayer 4vriUeraent for lesa than Ten Outs. Steunenberg. oe was held at the and 8ong . . soon as Sawing Machines and Sew" ,m -RwitlumnM r crimen, ieu ny ir DoepAfter twenty-on- e hours deliberaing Machine Needles for any ma of was unloaded irom me car service Another Talhnan. herd sale oil for and also the in tion chine, the case of the repairs jury Koirl in twn took it home with its own 6tear. ,;n .i E. E. of Tremcnton, Brenkman, Idaho against W illiam 1) by It proved a great attraction to all are invited. which weeks to Utah. Phon ti 'mm "'i!.iti:iiL a oner a ,.fr;.. in vci.m i n s nailn uijuv - u weiii iiuia Wilford Andenoi.. who ha" dniltv c"rot . s A inn ci pm ' ' Snog Little Farm. 1 been chief cierk for the I remont This has been one of the most T1 TT W J nansen a. oi r. ueatanas, few the Co. for Mercantile past sensational cases ever tried in the UUUUea UU sereilCl ifa nnw tot no- his MM, UOrilia. rr,r,T,t.Ua "WiJ of courts western states and the cleared and fenced, close to canal rnwn on Satnrdnv last,' iustthr ni viaii. wjXT " em 1113 L1U1J. i. Wl11 mucuwi down on the recordi as the 8 with excellent drainage, two acres p hp g gQne dayB tc0 late to celebrate withua: ' ' 11 0PCUPied set to apple trees, in a good neigh- He has come up here looking M Kr,'ftt h,stoncal (ase' ' S1 ' weeks and has cost the state ol T borhood, is for sale on long time ffrain. uotatoes and other eatables had the bones of one mr v: "i 1 iaho thousands of dollar;. and easy terms. Small payment iner, for the state where the climati feet injured a few days ago by a on down and ten to twenty years The principal evidence offered by the prirjon it, which has and a few oranges are horse stepping i7ivr will anv sctive votint? ha.tjin have to brag of. the prosecution was that of the as- "i laid him up for a time. He is get- - cipal things they ,. v. . of sassin, Harry Orchard, whose tes- could be ex- - He shipped some seventy cars For further ting along as wen as r'hpRti is in Tdaho. was unsupported by the last ftwitirnooy grain from Tremonton pecmu. W H jj call on Capwt and hopes to do even better thja State, although much of it was unparticulars Felix Zesiger and his wife are Times Office. doubtedly true. The failure to fpv rlnvs ill the wilds of yar A carload of stoneware has connect Haywood with the crime Here is a Good V W 14 MM I& p a W - Vol. 4 No 21 AUGUST I, 107 . . A lS-hor- se I ' 1J 1 A. in any financial crisis is this are Its resources bank. great, its investments and securities beyond cavil and the institution itself almost impossible to be upset by any You protect yourself C storm. 4 by opening an account to "e . i. theite 3-- 3. -a.--s 1 ; . - r 1 A tt- J protect you. f - " SHIELD FROM DISASTER ' f - V T rf 9-e- - ' Me i IAn .,;:,; Proposition. A good houaa, barn and Other out lmlldinjK u(! planted with umnll fruits. n Jliiin (treet.Treuoutoa. Lot i? 25 br abuts Rgkiust auotber 00 I'll) mi rt,in tixa, xttuding to ilia strtet od by 150 Good cellar tnd well of soft llio nor'.U. water. vrbica i AH will be sola Tor oulr ihs lowest price that will take it Call ou the Editor of The Times for f'irth ir pertMulen. Here's r; frionrifl olid rplflt.iVP anu fi&i iroui. .uuiwm.c nsmng Hode Wood, chief deputy. ...barber, . hm charge of the shop and "lathers md shaves 'em." A veterinary and horse dentistry outfit has been doing business in this vicinity for the past few days. Thp.v natl a lare waRn drawn by nil " lmcc Uvnno nil "Hriill. tt'lth ot all for kinds fixtures the needed iU.. Cincli :., yard & - i 8- ACCOUNTS UNDER STATE SUPERVISION - AND CONTROL. .. j h j Warm Weather Goods. j m-twe- en n j i, well known was seen to enter a BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY. There are many things in our stock that would add !ust been received by the Wilson is regarded as a great victory for Miners Uhe of Federation Western Lumber Co and w,H be gow much to your comfort) but the space at our command in too ni Vinloaalo anr) rAtiiil whole trial was simply a battle be- - limited to make a full list of them, and you are cordially How Bail. to Them Play Taught capital and labor, in which vited to come in and see what we have in store and learn labor has won. T1C bu siness men from those Under the instructions of the 0Ur Prices We haVC & finC Une f Men'S tw0 dU3ty towns, Garland and judge who tried the case the ver- to down Brig:went of diet Tremonton, the jury could hardly have O Boys' Straw Hats, very cheap. fVlft UnM irn lrAJH,r,lAtr been different, although the jurynam ty cuwcsuaj aim a,c and white slippered men might in their minds have be-- 1 and chants of that gravel pile a les- - lieved that Haywood, Mover and best quality for the price anywhere. 8on in baseball playing that they Pettihone were all interested in the prices, but the The score disposal of Gov. Steunenberg just will not soon forgetwas 12 to 19 in favor of the sage as much as the real murderer whose brush towns. Nuf sed. confession implicates them with for all sized heads A kid-glove- d, We pay the Highest market price for beeves, veal calves and hogs, ('all on us if you have any thing in that line to sell. D. R. Hammond & Co., Tremonton. A certain pan who was seen and is If any one wants to b it a nice little mercantile business doing a eash trade of tlMO to $8000 month, just call on u and we will give them a pointer or t T3. Stock inventories abeut $d0l)0. About $3000 cash required to liauill U , a plsntjr of time on the balance. Good ication on Maiu street of thriving town a :it ciittap rent. STATE ; - - 14. UUUUS. lldW finfllc Shoes and Slippers SSmtS"' mer-operatio- Summer Underwear thousand, or less, H pi oliaW rialS9 and all sized purses. - himself. Wixom's Generosity. in this town a few eveuiugs ago and cut the cirds of a hammock nearly off so that X Washikie Hews. Can fit U. FancY and Staple, Canned Goods, all kinds, UrOCCriCS, Everything Good to Eat. occuWashikie, July 29. they would break when any one will let us know your needs, we will see if we Tremont Times: pied it He had better not undertake OU cannot suoolv them. Our stock is large but we tremonton, ngurativeiy speaKing. lor.w alow on Rut am Wind vpt-that i ob again TREMONTON MARKETS ... . . SVi. i. . ' Hut withal Hrother Wixom seems to me, and I was don't proless to Keep eyetytning ana it may De lrnpobwoic 10 the Lewis Brenkman has moved trom patriotism. a m some ways. i so v last week didn t have nil your order, out let us try It will cost you nothing. .68 his farm south of town to the W ll- is generous person Old whtat per bu., sacked, when few the cauyon Jwind ago nights 63 bur Wyatt house just above the M New iiW write one. I hope will i ,vas blowing cold enough around w. will make he whfirft hs l.nno. i.t.i I.'li Old Oats tter WtMoen 'i 9 ' f a It A .hirer.' Vlin We had splendid time on 24th of he. IbUM New-"- ' 1.15! home during the winter. to a came Broth down his back, stranger July in dur town, and we had am TREMONTON, UTAH. on brings him nearer his business Barley per 100 lbs Wivnm't liniiRA HMft snnirht fibelfer. br big dinn under big bowery b- which requires his attention at a Never Undersold. Get Goods at Ri ht Y Beef cattle per lb. ,116 timpwl'.pn living so far away is a He hadn't a glitch of clothing and was the Distrfct school build'STa1 Butter per lb. .inal.'le to talk English, but he made Jlr. Many of our people rejoice over inconvenience. great 2 .17 doz. Wixom understand that h wanted some the Eggs, per day. Some of our folks been Miss Geneva Jensen was taken C Brother Wixom of the Garland Glob wouldn't comu down to our celebration TI J on rioneer l suuls i.ar anuJ ii mau. - a. T Hy , v T .... . 1- ' -. Waldron ; ' Viur;-V- i T . 4 & Harris Bros. j 1-- Potatoes per 100 1.50 very ill on Tuesday and for a few tremonton Postoffke hours her parents and friends were Maite Cje very much alarmed about her conFor the South at 8:S0 a.m. is now improving' dition, but she 8:00 p. in. and will probably be out in a few For the North at 10:00 a. m. days. Some affection of the heart Mit!s Arrivo was the trouble. From the South at 10:50 a. m. The advertised services at the M. 6:48 p. m. E. chnrch were not held last Sun- From the North at 3:40 p. m. day on account of the failure of the preacher, Rev. Mr. Thomas of We under- -' Ljtran. to get here. of fault no it his, as he jetand was Jfiaa Clare Kent left this Thursday was not notified that he would be rooming for Of den, where she will sr. end eXpected to hold services here, a .ouple of weeks visiting with friends. Nfext Sunday the new paator, Rev. Mrs F. A. Shields of Ogden and Mrs. Moilr,QRnn ,:n t.h aervin. j ' i Town Locals. clothes and something to cat. Mr. Wixom hustled around and found some clothes for him; they were rather a pour fit, however they were better than none, and after getting them on he took him .o his wife and asked her to give the fellow .something to eat. It was then found that the stranger hadn't a tooth in his head and he couldn t.eat solid food r.'X his wife gave him some warm milk with which ho seemed pleased and he became He has now been good natured at once. Wixom with them four or live days. make first he use of could at thought very nicely and we soon harvest our grain, might be next first Is mailed every morning for 50c a month in advance gives all the news. Subscribe for the week. Mr Ed. William INTER-MOUNTA- ' - ff 1 I). S. Carbolic Salve for Burns; Nothing equals it A. D. S. Digestive Tablets are Stomach Menders. indigestion. A. D. 8. I i .o i 1 01-sen- ' ot building material, anu nave iaooia ten or twelve more on ine way to arrive within the next ten days. A car of cement, one cr two cars of nails, one or two of shingles and lath, and ten or twelve cars of lumber comprise $75, the invoice. ul. HnN.wnwwu. surnUs to other cities u- where broilers cannot be so cheaply raised an always bring a high price, - rhev cure Nature's Cure for Constipation moves the cause. a Fruit j Must received some five or six cars IN Dignified EtlOUgll. v Saturday afternoon a stroke 01 lightning struck tne sneus on ine farm of II L Wilcox, three milts south of town, and they were com- There was a pletely destroyed. not rain but enough to pre- slight loss was about The fire. vent the It REPUBLICAN, was seen in our town last Sunday looking for Salt Lake City, Utah. men a header. One of our prom ' ised to come to his place near! Malad Four boys are going up JSjQ to Samaria to work. They did That's what the editor says about our advertisement, not have watar enough to raise Now we've got a lot of dignity only we don't loaf big crop beet. It seem to me water acarce up herearound HWch in it, especially when we are talking to the peo- , , We have so many grasshopper 1t DARN A COS "TAILOR MADE" CLOTHES. r. here in our field. I don't think Elbert Hubbard says : "Dignity is what we use to conceal our we raise second crop lucern on i. : t il, rilvlilr, ignorance, and as we are not iguuraut us nue wvmjng on the clothing It seems they eating everything new, we can't be very dignified in our talk like to have you Wm. Ottogary. up. subject. Dignity or no dignity, we would int('r MWpl1 A,u Ket (),,r Pric0H an see our "a an( PACIFIC ISLANDERS' EXCURSION T0loa on Tailor Made Suits. LAGOON. him in bis printing office, but he seems Nevada, old time es. be a farmer and has learned Cook, visited with Miss Sunshine Coil of Corinne iuclined to We understand they to milk already. hr Saturday. was one of the twentv lucky (or to legally adopt tbe fel waeWded have We handle the very best meats, both r4ePj pluckv) girls who won out lovv aD'1 m,kc a ci,izen of him fresh and salt, at the most reasonable jn' ejtine subscriptions for the Salt ix these are the facts, but Brottir prteM. Call on us for anything in that Lake Telegram and will take a trip liOS. D. K. Hamm(.ud & Co. yatts to the Yellowstone Park at the ex- - om ,g tt mou,st man an(1 ine Ul0,,e s"-old stand, Tremonton. pense of the proprietor of that pa-- : P"wD"v To Born Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wixom. Via Oregon Short Line August 14. Misses Alice Morrison and Hope per. The trip will take a week and Fishburn of Brigham visited rel- as aan. Mother and child are doing wi ll everything will be first class it 4n IvTpiircimi to I dirnnn AlliniSt week. last atives here a few days will be very enjoyable and we con-- j Will Utilize Hot Chicken lor Springs Hth, will be run over the Oregon Mert Cook visited his parents, gratulate Mi-- s Coil on being one of Line. Short Regular morning Hatchery. Mr and Mrs F. A. Cook a few the oluckv winners. on the Malad Valley Branch train Miss Marv Burns started on days this week. John Beck of Salt Lake City has will connect with train at Brigham Mrs D S Lohr started on Satur- - Thursdav ast for Mintusota where .f . ... in mind a scheme to utilize the wa running t hrough to Lagoon. Fare , , . . , j .. m i s e Wilt Mi ta l IMM 11HU I1C1 , aUl Mm iiou j t of some of the hot springs for from Malad $2.60, Garland 11.75, . a sister at Payette, Idaho. . 7. , L. . sDendine a couple of months visit- . TT . nas oran Tremonton . ne . . . ana t onnne ? ..i.) . , . , incuoator purposes, . ...... . 1111 ...w.v.. , uuu liiuim. ill Hint . , ifciLfcLlvi: ...... . , for the round trip. Tickets good U the Mrs Dowlev house to the H C ' of ground near the Sara-Cit- y to return on this branch on the 15, acres ten 's. Nelson property near Esquire where she has a brother, shei.t g- and will uie the not leaving Farmingtori as far as iga springs north of town. . does not know just when She may 14. chicKSee of . water to hatch thousands den at 10 p. in. August , , ,, E It Sherman came down from 1 w On the land he will place Agent for further particulars. M. ; .. Miss Burns is an . . Idaho last Saturday to visit his Within a year. aiso warnieu nv wir wnn'i nniouers be West Portage. family and rest up for ten days or accomplished musician and will and raise the chickens for the Salt He still thinks much missed here. Ota so before harvest. 22nd, i i i. Parley Oibbi, water July a., .. r. wi... ?T uni lic IIUIIH,a mill lCLT. Ior mMler : . Idaho is the finest land in Uncle Lumbar Co. sm,r" Th Wilson have ...:h .. Uirown fr0Ill llis horM 8ome wiMxmp " , W. Ellis of Ely Meads of Mrs. F. A Sam's domain. REPUBLICAN, INTER-MOUNTA- IN . way he could express his disapproval was by kicking like a steer and yelling at the top of his voice. So aid the only 1) I Utah's Big Popular Priced Daily, The down Hooper, Utah, to celebrate A. D Lax. $5t; It re- - 10c. S. 28e Blackberry Cordial for Summer Bowel Complaint, A. D. S. Pig Syru.. a gentle and pleasant Laxative for Child' 20C A. D. S These Letters on our goods mean that they are (Juar- anteed by 6000 Druggists to give satisfaction or money refunded. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. L" lm"D The shipment of Ladies Trimmed Hats that should have kh that hakaabaM reached here for the 4th of July wen; delayed in transit, we i an oeearinal imconnciou xctpt 0ffer them at cost while they mrnt ever sinre, over lfiM bonis at tins GENT'S STRAW HATS. writing. His condition ll sarlous. 3! tons July 2.'ld,the bsrn and tibout Kvery style which the dressy man will wear this season of hny of Hisbop James H. ;iblia, were von will Bid here, and at a xuldantial saving. no in ui. "-no- w slinf" (" bruises relieved at burn, cuts, burns onc wilh ,.im,,Rlve Cari,oHd. itti destroyed by fire. J,on f r)50 with iu,c a poubice. Draws out inflammation, surrsnce. Try it. Price 25c. Hold by Trernont (bettar recaived tco late for more Hum t hue extracts. BlrtaatlltOempaajrj lt. TREMONT MERCANTILE CO. Tremonton, Utah.