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Will Train Robins to Pick Cherries. HENS GO CRAZ? FOR WANT OF REST. Explosion of Dynamite Kills Four and Injures Many. gororal farmers about Fiesuo, Cel.. inrobius to pick their ehetiies Men and Animals. By an explosion of dyoitmke during a tend using CqtIoqs Effect on Siiturdsy during tha uext few weki .Seattle. August, 14. i all old pr.jii great BoaUtr, Colorado, 1 he finest fruit always grows at the 1 it il expected that last four person w.e instantly killed, pteior will toll, d is it to climb, and where fl.el A angerous top and many seriously injured. those mott fnoium in the hitorr of Alas in season a this I Ac neighborhood Southern i hardly ki and Yakut) will be present at the broke out in tha Colorado or four hioken three without passes Humes 'l'hw tlian it iind td deatrn; Altk:Yukou PaeUM Expoagioa which .Ispot bones fr in iall. pread some distance, surrounding a1 UI be held i Seattle froai June tot to The robins will be trained to retrieve j 1000 cf where dy pounds October 1 5th 1900; the three month of powder houae k. hunting dogs, and are expected to fol An explosion almost continuous nUlUfht eeeli umuier namiMWM itorei. of f.io t irry ihe choice cherries to the peeking has un odsl flTct Oil lowed koockioe down hundreds in the Nori men and spectators and breaking neatly h miss and pack them in ev,i. layers. (Doel nowcoiiieu. in the ton u Four we: e They will be rewarded by allowing them fill the window As i matter of faet a man accustomed killed iind upwards of ii hundred recti - to ant the poorer fruit at the c! Jit of the to seveu hours sleep eueli uijht, (indi up ed injuries from which many of them season. on going to Alaska that he CSOUQt fasilv Several other progressive farmers ere will uaver recover. House, were rck adjust liimself to the altered coadltioas. also planning to devel. p grasshoppers so cars containing va! Most people gel sleepy wliea the dark ed and thirty freight uab'.e merchandise wero totally destroy that they will mow the hay and gather eomes, and do not tiiiuk of sleeping in up in small piles, rtady for loading. All the w indows of t ho (Jaiforeitjr A a result men go day after el. dayliph' ( ttbor persona are tryiu to subdue th will were shattered. The loss ilav when Brat in 111 north with little in building mur.kiut and compel him to untamed u luilli in dollar. elinutioii to sleep. A nun has to train foot up a quarter of dig irrigation ditches through the n;ad himself in Alaska ami Yukni. to go tf I Soldier on Stimulants. ows. iu tha w hU'h mm the ikjr. ith l.nl I was with the reii.:f eolunin that mot shiniug You neriu't believe the above unle.'.s Tlvut rii need ilarkoetg in older to, ed on to Ladysmith. It was an extreme. T.iu choose :o do so dumber pCMofully have to pin blanket ly trying time apart from ihe heat of the BUILDING LOTS. Two good buildover the windows and g to a gicat deal weiilliar. in lliMt column ot some 80,000 Fits for sale cheap fenced and some ing It ii laid man tha itf extra trouble to product itfirst who dropped out were not trees on them 50 by ISO feel each , Call that he tall men or the ihert men, or the at tula office for in the early days that the chicka-n.particular. Vi IFt.'ap-wellin 'I ltDsaj Office; tha were first brought to the north log men. or the little men, but lb drink IMOW time went crazy for wan. f e s: and they dropped out as clearly as THE 'BAND" 3h MEANT. rest. They (Tailed and vailed for the if they had been labeled with a bi? lettr sum to set in order to know when to 0 to 'I here i i u 0a their backs great de Why Friendlyin Strrnc.ee Lett Interest Flirtation. the roott, and ns it continued ,to shin, sire on the part of all young meu to I lie fowls went without sleep until they A gentlemanly merchant traveling' fit". A voting man cannot be lit if he in a railway carriage met a lady, and earn exhausted. This atory is hardW takes ft uliol - Sir Frederick Troves. poll to) ) rendered her such assistance verified but It H trtio that the contiuuId a book of n'miniscenca of an Irish that, she reciprocated by pennitri'ts ..us daylight has i very odd aflact on land agent a tpperary priest is quoted hint to talk to her, says a London exchange. He became ijuiio friendly, man and animaUalike and it takes u few as having addressed his floek In the fol and desired to know whine .she lived weeks to yet accustomed to it. It's whisky make? and who she was. lowing mr.tiner; vou hate your wines; it's whisky makes "Oh," she replied, "I'm only an ordiAll the News every day for 50c your homes desolate, it'a whisky makes nary little woman, but nty friends pera month The I nterniount aiu Re--j tou shoot your lafdlords, and" with sist In trying to make me somebody." "Ah." tras the galianr anjwer. "f Ad-- ! emphasis,, as lie thumped the pulpit am sure they act! ttrite wisely and in publican. Subscribe y. it's whisky makes you tubs them." food tasle." dress, 208 South West Temple, S;tlt The Catholic Abstainer Vou latter nr. alt, nnd yet I liavo hake. no doubt a band will meet me ;u the St&ttOsi uhfu Fined for Saving Daughter's Life. jirrive ;it Windsor." "Indeed!" in replied, in Qpon-oye- d For rushing on to a railway track The Good on Hand. from being Xover be discouraged because good to save his daughter a man "Yes; and the Bane band always things get cn ;:o slowly here; and crushed beneath a freight train never fail to do daily that good which at Danzig, Germany, was prosecuted meets me. Ifn't that flattering?" Very, my dear miss: bur. may I lies next to your hand. Do not be in for trespass by the railway authorities ask what band it la that Is always so Enter Into and fined. a hurry, but be diligent. honored?" the sublime patience of the Lord. Of Conduct. ' Oh, yes, certainly; it is a husband." George McDonald. Thou wilt Jlmi rest from vain fanHe caught an to the arm of the seat cies if thou dost every act in life as Alaska's Tail Graes. f'jr a minute, and then went into the On pasturo lands in Alui.ka sraas though H were tiiy lust. Marcus next carriage and bumped his head Antoelus. grows six foot high (luring the rest, of the journey. Contlnuoas hfttgkt in Northland Ul u c Nothin o Like Doing Things. h 2t& We are clearing every summer line out now and making ready for new We would rather iose money on these summer goods than to carry We are going to offer some I Fall Goods. them over. BIG BARGAIN SPECIALS You can afford to carry these goods this month and fairly tear things loose. over till next year better than we can and we are willing to pay you handsomely to do it. . ' V- O 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, ; BARGAIN NO. r. BARGAIN NO. 6. lot of Summer Drutt GShodf worth up so lCc a yard, to clear ibem qu all go at the fine price, only All Ladies' ."skirls varying in prices from ?2.?5 up to $8:00, to clear them out you get them now at oue-f- i iirlli off regular pi ices. A 5 eentf. BARGAIN NO. 2. of Summur Dress Goods worth up to to c!ir them out :ill g- - Mt tbc one price, yard, s cents. A -- . O lot 15c a only lot of Summer f rees Goads wort h up to 20c h to clear thora nut all at the one in ice, only yard, 101.2 cents. A ' o BARGAINS NO. 7. lot of Men 's Dress Shirts worth regular opto 91 23. to elear them out you take your choice at the A one price, only 50 cents. BARGAIN NO. 3. . o BARGAIN NO. 4. BARGAIN NO. 8. An Assortment of Ladies' Bells, both Silk and Leather, worth tegular from 25c to Toe, while they last you take your e'toice at just half regular price. -- A - 20 ccnt. BARGAIN NO. 5, Beautiful Assortment of Ladies' Sbirt Waists, both Silk and Lawn, worth regular from Toe up to to clusr them out you take your eholce at KM, one fourth off regular prices. A bt ' to-da- R. 1 n An Assortment of Straw Hats. Hats for the tire family, all at the one price, only 25 cents. en- o BARGAIN NO. 10. D An Assortment of Straw IJats worth up to ?5e, to elear hem out all go at the one price, only 50 cents. 0 I L FISH BURN k SONS CO.. 4 w STONEWARE. mm mm o mm mm mm d? :fm&, m A Car Load of the Famous Red Wing Stoneware just received. Il U positively the best Stoneware, and this ear was manufacShipment direct from lied Wing, Minn tured especially for our trade, A Car Load of Stoneware stem to som: paople a hg proposition: to us it is You will appreciate that there U a great niiTcrcnce in t lie tost of goods when shipped in merely huajneas. email quantities, paying local freight and large commissions to Jobbers, aud shipping in earlead lots and buyWe have reduced the cost to a minimum, and are in a positicin to save you ing direct from the factory . money. WHOLESALE AND HETAlL. Prices much lower than last. year. SCHOOL" "UTAH'S GREAT INDUSTRIAL BARGAIN NO. 9. TREM0NT0N STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. College of Utah Agricultural lot of Bummer Dress Goods worth up to Sir a 'out all jo at Ihe one price, only yard, to clear them FRUIT JARS AND CROCKS. YOU Will soon be pulling up large fruit, and we want to assure you that we are equipped to care for Butter Jar to twe.'vu gallon j.ick lu Jars. your JA R wants. We have them all along the line, from a Mixing Bowls, Milk Pans, Bakers, etc. Several Dozen and 2 quart Mason Fruit Jars In STONEWARE. two-poun- d 1 oo In STONEWARE. lands " Economy" " These Jars are constructed exactly the same as the glass jars, but are much better, as they are a good many limes stronger, and they exclude the light from the fruit. CALL AND SKR THEM. Please do not think wo are "knocking" the glaMjara; we are not: we sell them, and at this time wp have on baud: Mason and Economy; ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOZEN. OO HEAT DOCTOR AND THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS. We arc not Doctors of medicine. We ARK Doctors of HEAT and will agree to reduce the heat in 12(1 from kitchen 80! to Our Perfection Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove does the trick. your degrees REMEMBER: That while the g ds in our store arc the very best that money will buy, wc give ynu a $25.00 Talking Machine with the first $2" spent at our store. This meant that wc give you all of your money back You are safe to csll on us for anything in Hardware. Tinware, Enameled Ware, Queensware, ete. I --1 Men and Women for Success in Life. Prepares the comfort the young, support the rich, wealth t" Learning il an aid to the poor, an honor to to and a aged Bacon. . OO Daurins: Binder Twine g, Stenography, etc GENERAL SCIENCE, English, .Mathematics; History, Economics, Modern Languages, Natural and Physical Sciences, etc. KN(; IN KKRlNCi Irrigation Engineering jointly with the University of Utah Courses also offered in Music, Art. PhysirM Training and Library Work. A GOOD Price w hile it lasts. Wi Farm Machinery that we will almost give you. COMMERCE. Business Administration, Accout-inBanking, Transportation, Commercial LaV, AGRICULTURE. Horticulture, Agronomy, Animal Industry, Veterinary Science, Dairying, Irrigation, Drainage, Farm Mechanics, Road Building, etc. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND iRTSCooking, Dietetics, Sanitation, Hygiene, Sewing, Household Economies, Home Nursing, etc, MECHANIC ARTS. Carpentry, Forging, l'au tern Making, Carriage Building, Foundry Work. Machine Work, etc. oo iare a few pieees ot 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. everything you will want from the smallest nail to the last brush of paint. Our prices are RIGHT. When you want the best Irrigating Shovel on the market, call on us. wmps to maKe tne "mare' go, and Hinder Wnips, all styles. Yours for business, Wilson Lumber Company, Utah. Tremonton, "WHEBE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." m CONSIDER v- -- ,- 6 r. oo BINDER TWINE, &C. COURSES OF STUDY: f4. ilPp OO m OS 1 mmo) raoi THESE ADVANTAGES. A large trained faculty f experts ; twenty buildinga with splendid equipments farms, orchards gardens, live stock and farm buildings, beautiful ami healthful surroundings in one of the host towns in the state ; a vigorously moral atmosphere : modern courses of study, carefully arranged to en aide men and women to secure the comforts of life, and make every day a happy OBO. it students tave been uniformly sucAll the graduates of the College occupy positions cessful. The College has good opportunities for securing employment for its graduates. Expenses are low. No charge for tuition entrance fee $5 00. The illustrated eatalogue and ctfti rular will jfttweat you and will be sent free.. College open September 17, 1U07. ; tirst-clas- s ; I ; ADDRESS, THE REGISTRAR, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, LOGAN, UTAH. TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing, 99 OUR WORK IS GOOD CSk PRICE RIGHT.