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IN METHODISM Tne Wjy Let I.LKHART. Jfid. Snina: lines ivhru 1 eoir.e in n( ulfUt Ant lake m .ImfiS ff at the tair, 1 lnj.r my jKtj turn on lite light Andhdlrr: And then knew timi Mraltfey I to." Ucd to At the grave ro Dow, Pfctr Cartwright and Ct!'S( i'anieus Circuit Rider. foanctiinej w lieu I tome home at tlx OVlocL and hurry in my clturus, A'.d pel a big armful ol tnk-(- ) ' . nc-e- When I Hiked bow It knew, be said. ' 'Causa that's lio wk I used la do. " 'Hllnii circa conies When in as n Ming an ran be To d.i my chores, and all my chums They nil take turns at helping mr, M j i0p, be put cm on (be bead, Aud says: " Vnii iikv a ircus, ton?" When I asked how be knew be wld; before a ! , I crit-icH- thai' 'nil I lie way I : st d to 1 well, al last In; urn -- Bishop fiesly Will Pr83id3. pules hipping and be lava Hi- - rawhide down: "I can't whip yon for that, although j should," h lay a, ' '('nose that s the way I used to do." New York Times. from a M.1 Y ' i ' te 1 ' mo-to- Will CemeHt be Cheaper? About 2000 barrels of cement are now beiog made daily at the works of the Union Portland Ce- nient Co., near Croydon, Utah. n Intr aViirvAla ir all points of the iompasa. As the transportation clnrg'jj are not near 30 great as on 'cement! from '" . the Pennsylvania, price ought to come down to a mare roaaAtwKla v MouiHi'i'. nuit The - for it. great . iii, iii tm u rae Jtmijl demand is not as now as in the spring, but from the number of nw buildings planned there will be a great demand for it this fall. Greeley's Prophecy on Nevada. torace reel v. on his isil to tlie Pacific coast in 1859, I ( this remarkable forecast lliHtle for.!Bs! of the future uninluhited desort region tf Nevada in an overlandstnge coach: "I have come across a desolate and lor , riDie country, a lantl sreeming. ly worthless forever the (Ireat - - vva Dili AiuericAU Uev that desert, But 1 hew the Almighty lias created nothing ill Vainj and MOP- " as have passed over the awWill It bother you If I clean the fg" was the b!would not toll now'.'" he asked. windows fill reglOD, the thought lias fSi man th it ever lived in the world, "No," said the man, "It won't bothei the vieitnd mentioned Qoltath, L. fixed itself in my mind that, Um me; but. great scott, yon don't :?atr a Jyfmy , ntUc yiA you?" in'1 it FS Uftflftttfor rvrrv (th ts6Aiparioa with Oct king tif BaA&ftn. windows at night, do "In this building wc always do," was w us UUID i or purpose, it, may be tanu imaiiv six nilh-- i. lie used toilir.lt the reply. "Most cleaners would rathm of vast mineral wealth, Jf water from the clouds. When he ate work at night. They can't see. then how far it Is to the ground, CO&sl . a llsh he toasted It holding It il will take a that be 11" aslteil fm,. Die orb pi the sun ipiontly they are not so likely to get but draey, and there are fewer accidents 'Inul thousand miners a linn Noah to lake htm Into Hthe tli,urk. Kor that reason halt the window clean (ill un Vonl, Wl,.i red thousand years to even at us deepai it aid not reach to the lug la big buildings is done iitiej knees of this Kiant. On lived :'.ooo drk." New York (Uobe. brospeel it.'' years, and then he was slain by the - ' 1 - - I !' - 1 1 111 . , 3 ITlltf. BARG.IN NO. 2. lot of Summer Dross Goods worth up to 13c s rb?a them out nil go at the one price, on!) to yard, S ceil!?. A BARGAIN A 0 f0. lot of Summer yard, to , i lent-U- in 3. rjss Gottlfl worth up to 20c a out nil at the one price, only 1 lYlSecat. of Su nnicr Dress Goods worth up to CV a yard, to (lear them out a go at the one price, only 20 cents. A the News every day for fiOc month- - The Intcrnuumtiiin Subscribe 208 South West Temple, Salt All a Ad-dre- to-da- y. Lake. The bites snd Mings- of laMttt, cuts, burn': and brnfawi relieved hi Aets ouce witli l'inesshc ('srbulixi-dlike s poultice. Draws out iiillsiniiuitioii. Try It. Price 5,V. Held by Trfmoaf Jfnr:in il- ' 'i tnpsny SM-Inir- . t - himself VAI tf feet hljih. Ok'h mother was a daincther of Adam. Her flirjeii were n yard lonp. and on each she had two sharp nails. She was devoured by wild beasts. 01 course, all this from the rabbis. And presume to rny the tradition Is the orb i.i of .lack the Giant Killer. N. Y. PTSH, Moses 1 Statistics. tho show," remarked Philosopher of Kelly, "that one man In every six uses tobacco. Kxperlenen leads nie to add, however, that only about one In every ton ng(, his own " "Statistics "Curo" Is Centuries Old. A prominent member of the Italian chamber of deputies has taken n teal out of the liook of his Illustrious coat frere, Miircus Tulltus Cicero, bj bath Ing in the mud of lake Aguaa, as t eg ro did I.OnO eate afto, In order lo ;pt rid of the gout The mud of the utand lot; waters In the district west 0 Naples wan famous from early times for tbe relief of ant hritls. The inXU. rlous high livers of the Imperial days ksea Ibeir efflescv, and no doubt, did their ' rure" there In much the same fashion us their modern represer.ta live does, let of .Men's Dross Shirts worth regular opto clear them out. you take your choice at tin; one price only 5o cents. A M 'io, to BARGAIN NO. 8. An As 0 t nci t of Ladies1 Belts, both Silk snd oathcr, worth lejnlar fro n 2Cc to 75c, while they last yon tal e your thoice at just half regular price. BARGAIN NO. 9. An Assortment of Straw Hats. Hats fur the cu-- t ire family, all at the one price, only 2n cents, BARGAIN NO. 5, A Teunit'el Assortment of Ladies' Shirt WslstS, both Silk and La vn, worth regular from 75c up to them out you lake your choice at M.00, b"t to one fiiuiih off regular i k'cs clir . BARGAIN NO. 10. Assortment of Straw Hats worth up to Too, to them out all go at the one price, on'y 50 cents. ciear An R. L. FISH BURN & SONS CO., TREM0NT0N STORE. Stores at Bngrham and Tremonton. p NCHOlSaSOHOHOOraOC A Car Load of the Famous Red Wing Stoneware just received. ' It i positively the best Stoneware, and thi; car was nianufac Shipment direct from lit d Wing-- Minn turcd especially for our tradi. A Car Load of Stoneware scam; to soms people a bir proposition: to us v. is merely bl s'.qess. You will appreciate that there is a great niffcrence in the. cost of goods when shipped in shim il quantities, paying local freight and large commissions to Jobbers, and shipping in sarlaad lots and buyWe have reduced the cost to a minimum and are in a position to save you ing direct, from the factory , WHOLESALE AND KKTaIL. money. Piites much lower than last yeaf. FRUIT JARS AND CROCKS. YOU Will soon be pulling up large fruit, and we want to tusurc you that, wc are eojiiipped tn csre for Cutter Jar to twe've gallon picklt Jars. JAK wants. Wc have them all along the due, from a your Milk etc. Howls, Mixing Pans, Bakers, In STONEWARE. am! 3 quart Mason Frull Juts .Several Hozcn " In ST0NEWAU1I. " 1 n ml 2 " Economy" These Jars are constructed exactly the same as the cdius jars, but are much better, as they arc a good many limes stronger, and they exclude the light from the fruit. CALL AND SFK THEM. Please do not ihitik wo ;nc knocking" the ghus jar; wc are not; we sell them, and at this time wc have on hand: Mason 'ind Economy; ONK IIUNDRKH AND FIFTY DOZEN. two-poun- d go HEAT DOCTOR AND THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS. Wc ARE Doctors of HEAT and will agree to reduce the heat in Wc are not Doctors of medicine. SO! Perfection Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove dos t lie trick. 120 to Our from kitchen degrees your REMEMBER: That While .he good in our store are tb very best that money will buy, we .five you a This means that, we give you all of your money 123.00 Talking Machine with the first 25 spent at our store. back. you me safe to cU on us for anything in Hardware, Tinware, Enameled Ware, Queens ware , etc. BINDER TWINE, &C. Duel ing Hinder Twine A GOOD Price while it lasts. We nlso hare a few pieces of It Farm Machinery that we will almost give you. is the Deering 'Good Goods.' BUILDING MATERIAL. We have everything in the Building Material line that you will need for Vi o Tra V, o f Tiro Wf tA n r, er tiAiif vjiu K11 rl i r rr Vi,w.w, moon luui sv iv m a. auvuaa r ou ui fiui yuai uuiiumg. cruvutiiiig juui new uuiaCj fJf -f V, mam irk f in One f otl 0 llorf ii fno ...n.il fnm '.1 n,.Avtl,:n C t vyui 1, yuu Will wain iiv111 mc siuautsi nan ivj uit moi ui uou ui pauu. prices are RIuMT. ffigj 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, rtr-- n i J 1 v 1 i V I Kt-i.c- 1 Wilson Lumber Company, Utah Tremontons SOLD "WHEBE (iOOI) (iOOl)S iari s AKK i8 ' band of Moses. BARGAINS NO. 7. tot 1 an 'tis lies' Skirls varying in prices from !M9 up lo jy.00, to clear them out you get them now at oue-f- i unb off regi.lur price. La A 1 BARGIN NO. 4. - 8' BARGAIN NO. 6. A Jot of Summer Dross floods worb up mica aid to clear the n on all go at the ooe ur'je, only Cart-Wrigh- I Tills! comonl id BARGAIN NO. i. a Bhhop T H NsjIv of Bu3aon tied the garment around his waist v;th 9 ..ijc. ll(- would make appointAre.s will preside at the annual ments to preach months In advance, Methodist conferenee of I 'tun, to and so implicit was the faith of his be held in Salt Lake City, August promises that on the appointed days 28 to September 2. The Bishop great crowds would gather from miles around. One Instance is recorded will land in Now York August 21 where Dow preached thus punctually in the minute on an appointment to will come west at on fo. made live years previous. Of Peter Ctrtwrlght, an Ohio son buildBiTi,mx; lots. good of thunder." licensed to preach at In;,' lots for sale Cheap fenced and some h age of IT. it Is said that his cir-ISO liocson tbcm 50 by feet each. Call cuits were like lines of battle. One al r hit office for particular. W 11 tap quarter!) meeting was held In the aell.Ttsfta oihYc. A tnob led by two champions woods. t with loaded whips invaded it. W!LL DLve iN TH- - PAST-t'lougseized one after the other ol them the principal rioters, threw LcE-:icCitiea cf Italy Arc to Be down, and, aided bv friends, sectirei .'in persons, whom he marched oft to Exhumed. an empty tent, had them guarded over T All the World will join In applauding night, and brought all to justice. lh(, rosoiuti0., ut Ita:, to disinter what His sermon that day was from the trastifi may jet remain untie.' tke text: 'The gates of hell shall not d( ef the ftgod&nt forsfottoii cities prevail." of Ost.a and laestuni. Both cit es Cart wrigbt during his Oj years of wore on! ladly dealt with by P.ovl- - presetting received members 12,090 dctice, Ti e glory of Catin, chief port into Hie church. of ancleat Rome, ncclvlug the corn The camp meeting origlnatetd and and oil of fek'lly, Sardinia and Africa, attained it;: highest development In was alowly but surely betrayed by Ohio. KTnder Diabop MeKendree such Father Tiber and flung cont33p4eouB was the eagerness of the people to atly nil t of reach of the shallowest ships. tend that the roads were literally Tin e, curiously enou?h. l.aa, however, crowded with those pressing their f&tlud to rob her of her Industry which way to the grorea. Kntire neighborfiiat made her famous, and salt Is hoods were foredken for a season i still produced In sm:i!l quantities from their Inhabitants. A bishop's salary thb littlw village of one hundred fc$bab Bl that time was from $20 to $;0 a iianis that has stolon the old city's year aud traveling expenses. From n&jno and paya the ruins hoisaga from this pittance he had to buy his clothes the fcodest distance of two iniles. and provide for his family. Pa jtuni I;, moro Oreek than RiBnan, and one may anticipate that If anRest. other temple of Neptune or iemph' of The ancient Job loused for the rest p dust Cees lies beneath the heaped-uof the (rave, and thereby exhibited It will be Athens and ol ceniu.-ienot a0me that tin be raised from Just a bit of cowardice, besides missrest is the dead. Paeatum's rate is sadder ing life's true MfnWltl not inactivity not cessation from en fo" Lbe thau thftJ ct 0sti; was early smitten deavor, but h; an abiding peace, flowony on Koman ing out from God. The fouuder of b) njalarta and an evil reputation Christianity, acknowledged a great a in caused hei to be bwfed iper washed col- - phjloaopher, promised rest to the oblivion than the weary of earth, and His competency to minis cf Ostia. thus speak Is largely vindicated by His own composure under every trying cirWHEN THE EA.;TH IS FULL. cumstance. It is the world's need-r- est amid life's disi rai t ions. The most Win Professor Thinks Limit of us are trying to find satisfaction in Reached About 2C72. outward circumstance, forgetting all Prof. Ravensteiu, of the Royal Geo-- : the while that the kingdom of heaves the one satisfying state is within nrraphlcal society, has estimated that the fertile lands of the glpba amoiuit or not at all in so far as we aVe concerned. An ancient statement has in to CS.000,000 square mites, the steppes to 14.OM.000, and the deserts tq 1.00D,- - it a parable of life: lint the dove found no rest for the sole of her font, 000. Fixing 2U7 persons to the Bouaia mile for fertile lauds, ten for .steppes, and she returned unto him Into the Sad line for ilsaprtl as the an at o.d ark." Ours Is a lost paradise to regain we must be aide to answer tc population thai the earth umld prop- - which tied w'ithout being atrald. Thai means "ly u""?h' '".V for us rest when the conflict is liercest; the of laaaUtaata reachas about six thou- - repose, when all about i in alarm. sand Utlllioa, the earth will be pen-- "Then are they glad, because they are at rest, and so He brlngeth them utile t0 its rnl, u,. At the haven where they would be." osethan eoatatoa mare somevoat it Tlnies-Herald- . qaartar of that number, tl the rate Waco r in,,,.(,:,M. sh0wa by the iitni eeawi taa8tjc shc.uW be unlformjy raa- Safety of the Night. Liiued, Prof. Kavenstein show:: th".t A man who stayed at his office tt the iloba would be full? peopled about work one evening was surprised to see u man come in about nine o'clock 0W8naay Maiaalaa. armed with scrubbing pail and window Biggest Man In the World. .th It is officially given out that the t)regon Short Line railroad com- party has recently purchased at It, uis two new motor curs, and id. it is not yel definitely tie-- . elded as to where th?S6 ears are to 1)3 used, still it is intimated that the ( ache alley branch line is to h one ami the Boise line is to have the other This woul b? & good thing to! have on the Maa Valley branch. t CQufdtake the place of the pass, enger ear on train .'53 and allow that t ban He the freight while the r car made better tims with tha mail and pasajngera. i 1 1 Motor Cars lor toe Short Line. . Here are just ten of the many bargains we are offering during the month of August. Read them over carefully. It means dollars to you ctle-brate- And lots of limn nbcudm get inad Enough to R'hip nti! and declares lie never WW anol b'JI ht d Like to do it. Methodist, McCabe, a notable Ohio was named after that famous circii!; Dow was rider, Lorenzo Dow. for his eccentricities of di'Off utid speech as well as for his r.eal. lie wore no butters on his coat, but do." 40 BIG BARGAIN SPECIALS tn ceremony. - (his month and fairly tear things loose.. You can jfford to carry these goods over till next year better than we can and we are willing to pay you handsomely v.-- a Ha-riio- 0 J o We are clearing every summer line out now end making ready for new Fall Gcods. We would rather lose money on these summer goods than to carry them over. We are going to offer some - 1 , ' 30 II- misi.-ien- i S Nothing Like ; wood ami bring it all iudOort. My Pop he forms nti, I (teJi my hemi And say: " Yin 've been in w jmiuin , mi inn "ninnn 111 5 iiiingi M - t tin- - way I -- I p wnsyOH." Uw Had then be said. Ami I akcd 'C'mi'c that' OHIO. Joles of Few romances, says the Tootll'l B TiniOn, .Mi h, received a proposal Companion, enaal that of early No part of Methodism. Qbio Edward from e uitrrii Turner, 0 United Utates found a mo:.- fruitful t'u- undertaker, and .'die promptly flfld or yielded a creator arvet. a ccpte J. Hp Vtt n gentle ia hi l.i S r, John Stp'art, a free mulattr 'atment of the corpae and so syrn to living la Marietta. aJdicted to di u.ikenn- uk, and on the way to the jutheti : in hi bearing toward the river io d, .vn himself, heard the family that Bffi fWfi was moved voice of a circuit rider, stopped at As th? t wo stood the church doi to listen, and wen' with admiration. home wilb an awakened conscience. widow burst the the it open grave !! soon volunteered to fee amODf the tlto tear an J htirieJ her fare Indian tribes and tell IiIh story. War. a :r i urt Mr Turner' shoulder. She derlne northward, he came U) a riv?r. il!a:;e on the says he to'.d her to dry har tear. II, cou!d read and K'nr,rianduexy and ha soon and observed that t'tereare just as bad the whole irlhn under hit intlu-- ' - died at the af?e of 37, ever were g o d fish in the sea Araer ra lght, and she was mueh comfort- mourned and honored, the first'thodist of th lean ed thereby. The undertaker rode Kpiaoo) al ehnr b. h mo with her from the grave an Ba converts One i" ti(v'art' a W'xandotte chief, w len he left her that evening they I w lie was born at Low .r 3andaaky, now Hew re engaee to be. marri? I, Pivmunt, o.. took the American aide C. use s'je waa afraid of adverse In the war of 1S12, aud accompanied io h Invasion c! Canada. Mrs Jole.) decided that they uncle. Dr. L. L). McCabe's Dlabcp had better go in Elkhart, for the illlam, w y.ci beret " Yon g" to bed - a) . Mrs her o I lie EAT.LY Di Use! To H liP Wffi TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing, 95 OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE RIGHT.