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County CorDiDissloners" THE TREMONT TIMES. fabliehad $fmy Thursday At r. Meeting. The bcsrd of county ccmmi3sion. an met in regular aweion August Tremonton, Utah. Win. H. OspwsU, Editor and Man&rr c. u. TREMORT 'BARGAIN Line of Closing Out the Entire DRY GOODS, CLOTHING & SHOES FARMERS' CASH UNION. 1907. The bond of P F Olsen as justice Enters u f;onn cuu matter April. 04. M tb Poet office. r.i TmaostcB. of the peace of Manila precinct. ' v, as 'improved. L'tAft, tiiidiir tl. act of (Trade Msrk STORE. ) of and Mara Notions Below First Cost, also Shirts 1 March 2rd, S7t he which I have bought a line at a large discount, Springs Hotel company for liquor Buy them Ruv it from row own institution most of these are Summer Goods The present issue. license, was accepted. flBbnliaioa ta;t( broken. now before sizes are too much MJ! In regard to the claim of the Gar Mid share the profits. One Tear iu hdranei HERE. MONEY JUST AS WELL SAVE VOUR Sis mouths in adianci-):iI J IV CT LT land Milling company for furnish- - I Reason for selling, 11.60 vtrar not in advance In fact, my entire business is for sale. ing supplies to smallpox patients, A chance here to clear Bring your empty cans and buy oil the cheapest way. too much bard work for old people. action was deferred until the case ire none .. Mowers, Kakes, Jackson f orks, 1 lien rorks. . An advertiser in a Salt Lake pa- ,. !o $1400 each month. up $2,000 each year. Sales $1200 been a of sisal ha, REAT rope " daily QUANTITY Your.-- , to make money, per want, a Jersey cow and says n to meet your reqmrmente. appointment band with ob ample " put, t Now 'she onus be reaeona , delegates totho Fifteenth Nation- -' LOOK PORWABD to vottr reuuirmeats for handliny; D. S. LOHR, if cows reason, what will ie truar. ii'tu can al Irrigation Congress to he held in an abundant iiampv havest. in l buygrain Mtfcatl Sacramento Sept 2nd to 7th, was ing your hinder or Header for you. Everybody to advertise in The iu RAGS will GRAIN KlGHTV THOUSAND firive deferred. Our service reaches all here A car of coal was received Times. ' Your because Orders sacks fo' Place time threshing. on Friday last and in less than The clerk was instructed to noti- - a!'1'' parts of the Valley. Try it. J we m at ins amount he the demand. purcnaseu ngnt t.vo hours every pound of it was fv the treasurer to turn all school:.will . . can be sold tor the ntrht and Mice. time either in or on its way to some : o i .u money in hi poeMion l" UMr UTVTPTTNI THAITA AXm PPT V RAWS !,,- - been b)dy's coal bin. The price was oi the Box iscnooi treasurer orjered for eavv delivery. We Can Supply Your Wants in $i,50 a ton and the cash was District. tjmt line, or in anything that may be required for the FARM eady every time. If ten cars .News or lOMh. H Inch terms are synonymous. The bid of the Box Elder should arrive in one day every bit of it would be unloaded and Co, for county printing and n CASH UNION. before the in Tremonton. night, away Doing the best business between Ogden ishjng WM wpted and the son- MGR. so DAVID nea oi it is great. HOLMGREN, and M&latl. Twenty well furnished rooms, all in good tract awarded. order, on Main Street near railroad station. Reason for The threshers have now begun Taichers All ffut Places in the Cities. for Belling poor health of owner. This is a bargain for work ana new wneat is coming. W S Hansen lawyer knew' -ki client. Representative into market quite freely, the' any man, Whi,e thc scho1 trU8tees BOX ELDER COLN'I Therefor. Wetter of Fee W, Kacily eMgIM The bond of the Utah Binding Twine, Hot fS I . , J 7 -- Tremonton. j & Jifr , - V ; Want . i- 1 pub-take- THE KENT HOTEL FARMERS' Tremonton, Utah. ' ranging from 68 to 70 cents districts have difficulty in according to quality. Oats and I uaty . I i k. i c i it I...L j: wcuer iw Diney are also coming in, ui nnams wmhj buu a s .nam i vnimtEO miiuu, iiicit; ip iJimci ui iiJKi,llft auuui hundred and the latter 85 to 90 pears tn he n0 i?.,.k of teachers in cents a bushel. The prospect is thp (.jtips in fact the superinten- verv fair lor good prices f or of the Sa t Lake City schools wheat all the fall as the crop is ent short several million bushels this sa's there are about twent-- aPPu: year and the old crop is pretty cants for every vacancy in the well sold out. schools there. And this in spite At Sagamore Hill, OS Jttljf of t,H' fact that bK,eT salarka are in n,Hn-- of the ')Utry schools 10, they were short of hands Paia in the hay field and President !tD the same grade of teaches s Roosevelt took off his coat, would get in the city, Everything in the city costs more grabbed a fork and went to e p-ic- pi-tj- c v v pitching hay to beat the band. thfin in the country and the work harder there than in the country The hired man said the l'resident's face was covered with schools, yet the teacher, for the great drops of sweat, the hot wkebi! the supposed advantages sun beat dow n mercilessly, but city life, will work for less money the President staid with them than she would get in a country until the bay was safely in the school, pay more for her board and mow. If all our public men hae less at the end of the term, should imitate this example, Un this we think many teachers t'le labor famine in the harvest make a mistake. fields WOUld be broken. RoosNot Yery Hot at Gridley; Only 105. evelt seems to make a success; of everything he undertakes1 Mr W P Cror.ier, who went to and would doubtless have Cridley, California, some time ago, made aa good a farmer as Presi- writes to a friend in Tremonton said dent. The reason is that he calling attention to what was in The Times concerning the hot likes work, troes into it with weather there. all his heart, makes a careful He writes as follows: "In reply study of whatever comet before to the article in TheTremont Times him, and thu gives it the ben- in regard to the hot weather head-- 1 I fit of ener&Y combined with bj Charles Hill, the hottest day iat wehave had at Gridley. this intelligence, which are the!1 - - - season was 105, and this didn't "iQ.am as hot to me as 90 ormitd in every callinff. O the Bear River Valley, and 1 was not sittinu in the shade, either. They Want Coal in Idaho. was shoveling out a ditch, and if the thermometor hadn't registered Up at Payette, Idaho, the coal would have thought it was 105 shortage has become so intense that about W. the commercial clubs will appeal through Governor Gooding to the y Lab state Fair Engages Miss Rollson. micr-siai- e commerce commission to do something to compel the, The Utah State Fair association! railroad companies to bring conl to has engaged the services Oi .Miss them. It is understood that the Rtane rtoiison, tne woman witn shortage of coal is the result )f the t one of policy of the railroads in forcing all he in vstci ions power,'' as competitive companie.- - out of busi- - the leading free attractions of the neat, and thereby stopping the de- - coming State fair. It issaid that coal velopment of competitive Ms H0fSOn, although not a mus- mines, which, with the rapid grow cular woman, lifts ten men, but th of the country, renders the mines ontroUed by the railroads power ten men oannol lift her. Accordlissto produce sufficient coal to ing to press reports she appeared supply the demand even if the before the royal court of Kngland r ads had sufficient rolling stock to a few years ago and astonished all it Some of the wealth- - who beheld her bv her demonstra- iai people are ordering hard coal ,ion of h,r mvsterious psvehic pow from Pennsylvania at a cot of sis . , ne 01 tne newspapers nas 11 er. t r,n.i;eu.tl,t !.; """h 'i'""1"" ; w 1 1 Arranged . Large Owl Is Judge's Victim. Due of the largest, owls ever seei B nenton county was shot by Judge MeFaddea. says the Philomath Re view. The bird measures about four The from Up t p of wlnj?s honorable Judge, hearing a clatter among his fowls about one o'clock In the morning, sallied out. with his shot- gun and observed the cause of the dis turbances perched in the top of a tree among the chickens. ' pounds. I Charles Cheal constable PRECINCT OFFICERS 'RECTNCT JUSTICE CONSTABLE Elder James Knudson C F. Nelson Three Mile Alma Ivurson Bri&, Nelson Mantua N. C. Jeppfson C. A. Anderson Calls Fort W. W. Latley E. Hutisaker Deweyville K. N. Gardner B. J. Record Collinston llvrum Jensen 3. B. Standioe Beaver Dam C. J. Elmer Wm. F. Bowen Hear River A. E. Holmgren fl.PThorsen Miiuna P F. Olsen ('has Kroksh Sunset II. C. Vanuusdcln T. E. Secril Riverside L. H.Kennard Jas. G. Smith Uox j j . Fielding T. P. Coombs Job Welling E. R. Hadley Sylvester Owens Malad E. H, Rudd J. Nish Plymouth J. E. Gibbs Hans Knudson Portage R. W. Adams T. W. Sandal Promontory Geo. N. House ( has Stokes C. W. Kobbins A.L. Peterson CarUw Park Valley D. Hirachi J. A. Eckersley F. Hvlaud Terrace John Nilsson Clear Creek O.D .MelutireC. L.Kempton S. Babbitt Junction T. II. Blackburn Jr. H. C. Yates Grouse Creek Phil Basket l C. C. Tovne Bawlins ' Official Directory. A Fishburn. Member E M K F Meldrum Chmriea S Tinjrey. M A Bredden. Edwards. James Christiansen Supt. of Public In8truclion 1 We have just received a carlosd of Osborne's Harvesting Machinery and would be pleased to have every farmer in this Valley call and see it and get our prices. There is no better machinery made or sold anywhere. WATLAND & CO., Tremonton, - - - Utah. Utah's Big Popular Priced Daily, The INTER-MOUNTAI- N REPUBLICAN, Is mailed every morning for 50c a month in advance. gives all the news. Subscribe for the INTER-MOUNTAI- N It REPUBLICAN, Salt Lake City, Utah. Tremonton Horse Breeders' Association. A beautifully illustrated monthWon msgsslns of tbe wide-swswith fascinutinp short stories, picdes turesque personal point criptienof the iBttrsstiog development "f the W est, and the rOSMSCjl and hJatory "f ilk wooderktod of the earth Ask vnnr loenl newsdealer for current issue or send 11.00 frI year's subscription. The book, "Road of 120 beautia Thousand Wondera." ful western views in lour colors w ill be included - tree. j v SUNSET A C Nelson. tate Senator Haras m lacnmenf. j A i John c cutler. J TT Have you ever seen a Sunset? STATE nJLujimi 1 Wyatt. Watland. tieorpe Shuman. John Shuman. Marshall Utah. Tremonton, COUGH SYRUP RELIEVES COUGHS AND COLDS S B Treasurer Sign and Carriage Painting Neatly Done. "Will Meet Prices on First Class Work. BEE'S LAXATIVE J C Gates. I) 0 Roush. Cler WALL PAPER. FOR Don't forget the Times office when wanting job w ork. TREMONTON chairmanof Board. J HEADQUARTERS Elias Jensen A E Jensen Andrew Funk Justice of Peace j House Painting and Decorating, Melvin Nebeker School Supt For price Tromcnt Street. KENT. Tremonion, Utah. George Meldrum, B. C. Call Attorney Surveyor Assessor Decrease in Death Rate. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. In the reign of Charles L the death rute in London was 70 per 1.000. er morn than three, times what it 13 A. W. Valentine, Chairman now. Dr. A. E. Rich, Secretary H. B. Hart and I). E. Adams, Members. scales; Sandow placed his hands Treasurer Jamestown Exposition. on Low ralfH to Jamealown EspjotltiOB vfaOrtgM arl Lino May 15th, and scales, but could not lift her al- daily thereafter. Long limits and di though the scalps registered 1380 vrc re itro Pff agent far full partle Willard W Maturhan F J Holton. Dist Atty Chairman County Com. A YV Valentine. M B Hart Co Commissioners D E Adams Sheriff Joseph Josephson S N Cole Treasurer r Recorder Christena Madson Clerk Nephi J Valentine. lav.-ya- n lull uooriru ill 1 UH Mr, ijui where the few able to get it. the that "King Eshrard and Mr Glad- -; secretary GtHWal ' majority are not able to pay so toiie placed their hands beneath much even if it were plenty. her feet as she stood in front of the Auditor To j 50 by 150 feet en E. A. Also a desirable building lot and terms inquire of j i no young lawyer waa consulting in jail with hi unfortunate client, charged with scaling a store. ''No, no," ho Baid. soothingly, "I know, of courso, you ilidn't really steal the stove, tf I thought for a 7 nulMttttl O, irui MuMuE .,,,rn-- . wouidn'r defend you. The cynics may say v. hat they like, hnt there are .some conscientious men among lawyers. Yes, of COttrae, t':e ral difficulty Hps In proving that you didn't steal the stove, but I'll Btaaago It, now that you have essured me of your innocence!. Leave it all to me and don't a You can hand over g;iy a worn. guinea now, and pay me the res; " "A guinea, boss?'' repeated the ac-- I cu.cd man, in a hours- - voice. "Why don't you make it 10.000 guineas? I could i ay yt jest cz easy. I ain't got no money." "Xo money?" The lawyer looked Indignant. "Naw-n- or know where I fcla Kit ar.y, either." r The young seemed plunged in t;loom. Suddenly be brightoned. "Well." he said, more cheerfully, "1 like to help honest men in trouble. I'll tell you what to do. I'll get you out of this scrape, and we'll call it square if you'll fiend the stove round 1 to my odicc. need one." Judge's Library. Sheridan's Clcvtr Ecape. Bhtridan was continually dunned for money. On one occasion he was out walking when he met his tailor, who was riding horseback, and whom he vainly ettempted to avoid. Failing to escape a meeting, he immediately began to praise his tailor's horse, and to inquire us to his trotting powers, whereupon the rider proceeded to show off his horse's qualities, while Sheridan walked off another way. . tan. for. FLOOD BI ILDING, district reterClegf. MAGAZINE BAB FRANC.ero, CALIFORHU. BREED TO THE BEST. MOINEAU The Old Reliable An Imported French Pereboron, p ace. 2H mOm west of Tremonton. for riagh aorvice. or No. 44324. rek fr ISO wUeu MM, g the aeason of tbe m.re is Charles Terms of I now B to IS is foU ft.