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I r e m o i it 1 TBI UONToN. BOX ELDKK I'oCNTY. UTAH. Till IMi.W. AUGUST 22, 1907. That Road West of Town. P. A. Hanson mace a business trip to Old Folks Day at Elwood. J week. Lake this City Shot: BilvtMicuieiiH under this head Salt Alitor Tremont Times: Mr Jacob inzeler was ill several will lte inserted for One Cent a word Saturday last was Old Folk's Dear Sir, 1 noticed in your issue N'u days last week anl part uf this Day in the Elwood ward and ft cash In advance for each insertion. week at the hum.; of his brother, pleasant reception was given the of the 1'ith uf Angu-- t an attack up t.dvertlsement fur less than Ten Outs. the judgment and workmanship Q U west of town. He dozen or so pioneers who met in Attention. -- Deering Binder is nowWinzeler, the able to be out again. graveling done on the road Elwood Hall en that occasion. Twine, while it lasts 12 2 cents funnintr west of Tremonton. In We pay the highest market price for H Mrs. K FridsJ was master or cash. This is the very best Bindfcswer to said article 1 will say-tha-t beeves, veal culves an i hos. Call on us mist res rathe or the c?remonies, er Twine at any price, and is if the party who took the if yon have anything in that Line to; el.. and under her direction a short worth 15l Wilson Lumber Co. to notify tlio public about D. R. Hammond & Co., Tretnonton. programme was given in honor of ttpublo conditions of said road and pas -Me Wanted A party with grown The Wilson Lumber Co. are the aged guests. id qui k ju hiiui nt goni to take a fine apple farm on slimes. upon the ii'iali- all their big stock of lumber. A hymn to the tune America was Man mi.et have practical knowledge as Hations t of he supervisor will t the rare of an orchard, m ist com? In doing-thithey sort it all up so sung with spirit by the assembly, teniember that most of the people well reccomended as to honesty and that it will be cssier to get at, and followed by an appropriate prayer nave for laud other of other judgment enough to not critiPlenty be better protected from the weath- by Bishop Hanson, who invoked cise a piece of work until it is finc ltivntion. Address A. G. Bat, tor er. We understand they are going1 the divine blessing on those who i Ma I Mb. ished, and again the writer of that to buil a large shed on the east had the pioneers in the settlearticle must not have understood Here's a Cinch. side like the one on the west sie'e ment of this Valley. Miss Visa Bow to drive or he could have stay- of their yard. Haws entertained the company on either side of said ' hu rn If any one w ants to buy a nice little Si was with music that instrumental Union have Cash Farmers' Tbo trade a cash ship business mercantile doing flocks", where there is good trav of 91500 to 2000 a month, just call on ped 19 ni of a heat and one car of oats much appreciated. J I' Christ eling at the present, time. I will us aud we will give them a pointer or up te Wednesday night. These were sen followed with a few appropri SO say that one ot our county Stock inventories about ?80u0. two, uol all loaded at '.his place but some was ate words of greeting and welcome', Commissioners said road all travels About 93000 cash required to handle it . to the aged guests. He gave some vvnr ati.l '111. .flirt. f O.u. n.l and plenty of time on the balance. Good from Fielding, ton's frcm Central ami' ' location on Main street of thriving tun otl e.- places. Anderson and Hanson good advice to the young bovs and 01 the wav whenever thev Ro to' and cheap rent. h tve tent out. eight can of oats, and I. girN. advising them to respect and Tremonton. I They are men of judg Brenkman. agent for Smurthwaltc & Co, revere the old people and especialHere is a Good Proposition. and understand the condi-- ! pient h u sent out seven cars and has a ly their parents in their declining pons and scarcity of labor. The! car or two more in the warehouse wait years. A good house, barn and other out writer will say that ho hopes to be A little Mi-- s Manila Crowther ible to budding and planted with small fruits, ing for car.-:complete the said road in on Main street, Tretnonton. Lot is 25 by Mrs. John Shuman gave her: elicited much applause and favor- the near future, and invites the 10 feet, and abuts against aaotlier 50 Sunday school class a picnic at able comment by the excellent way Inter of the ""bad road'' article to There in which she recited "Grandmoth- ride with him over said road at hy 150 In sic, extending to the street on her home on Friday lastSonie older elocutionists that time, and if he has anv more the. north. Good cellar and we!! of soft ware twelve girls present and; ers. '' do as well. could not water. All will be sold for only 11800, had a to make time, swing- Wants. lines. i Vol 4 No 24 . For Sale, do. A f 4 B SHIELD FROM DISASTER I in any financial crisis is this Its resources are its investments and gnat, securities beyond cavil and the institution itself almost impossible to oe upset by any storm. You protect yourself by opening an account to protect you. bank. 1-- ; ' s STATE BANK OF BR1GHAM e bn -- j -- Br 8 a 6 ACCOUNTS t1 ifj Jz cji Gj? ft) o ' . at that time,! suggestions A song, "Sometime, somewhere" I will be pleased to receive them which Is ilu lowest price that, will take ing, playing games and eating1 it. CaH on the Editor of The Times for the good things provided by their was excellently rendered by Misses Yours respectfully, further particulars. teacher. Mrs. Shuman is very Lucy and Hazel Bridal. Road Supervisor. "Wet and Dry'' was the subject generous and did everything she On another page we publish cxild to give the girls a good time of a short recitation by Mrs Chris-- t and they ought to appreciat e her ina Hanson and was well received. the advertisment of the State Ag Nearly thirty acres good land all Hcultnral Colletrp !il T.oirfln This kindnes3 by prompt and faithful Mr Edward Thompson recited ijljLwi cleared and fenced, close to canal kJ rrtnsiHprprl in " attendance. a very affecting manner "The Acwith excellent drainage, two acres of one the of kind best its Ipect Mr. A R Braun of Syracuse. N Y tor's Wife," and afterward accom fin set to apple trees, in a good neighthe United States. It is ftillv f t borhood, is for sale on long time dropped in on his uncle and aunt, panied his sister Miss Eunics, with jquipped with all the necea3ary and easy terms. Small payment Mr and Mrs Jacob Storrer, last Sat tlie guitar while she sane; 'Snver apparatus and a corps of instruct .i l i rr i nreausi Amo' inR down and ten to twenty years on unlay afternoon, and spent Sunday mrs, experts in their several lines 'i!l give any active young with them. Mr Braun was on .his. balan-jithe closing prayer was otieredjo giye all needful assistance to and DV Allen Hunsaker. after which ' nnnilc! whn wish tn lio.r,mo rrn farmer a chance to get a home vV?. to CaTiforrlTa on from he would Og-- j the committee run up cheap as in Idaho. For further thought presented to the old-- 1 flcient in those studies which will ElvBear est lady, Mrs Rasmussen a fan and most benefit those who wish to particulars call on W H Cftpweil, den and Fee the fajaoua er Valley and visit his relatives at silk handkerchief and to the oldest become successful Times Office. farmers or tie same time. He was well pleas-- ! gentleman, Mr Mathias Larson a atock raisers. The tuition is TREMONTON MARKETS ed at what he saw here, and thinks nice slippers and a necktie. y provided for by the state, and if York State farmers had some of a Then came there feast is no school in Utah where prepared by New wheat per bu. , sacked, .70 our fertile lands might be hap- - the ladies, and they everybody was serv a pupil can receive more benefit 1. 25 New Oats per 100 lbs. , ' ed with sandwiches, pie, cake and at as little expense. Every young .95 Barley per 100 lbs Mr. John Shuman had one of the ice cream, which was highly enjoy- - man who exnects to make a suc-e- d .21-2 Beef cattle per lb. bv all. Then after a social hour cess as a tiller of the soil should largest crops of oats harvested in under-Wo this lb. .35 this Batter per vicinity year. j the people dispersed to their homes strive to attend the college for at he ten on acres had! well pleased with the enjoyment of least a year. Catalogue and oth- .17 2 stand that Eggs, per doz. 120 bushels an ry?rc, O.d Folk's Day at Elwood. er information will be sent on re- 1.25 something like Potatoes per 103 and on another field nearly as To Mrs K H Fridal, Mrs Sore:. qUeSt Iremonton Poatofflce. many. But he has a suspicion that Thompson and Mrs 1' M Hanson, Wouldn't it open the eyes of a ( lose Hails somebody carried away a wagon the committee in charge much credload of his oats after they were it is clue for the success of the en- Pennsylvania farmer if he could For the South at 8:30 a. m. see the carloads of wheat and oats 8:00 p. m. threshed, and that he knows pretty tertainment, and the thanks of the If the sus- - community are extended them for that are being shipped every day well where they went. For the North at 10:00 a. m. from this station. It is now one Mails Arrive picion proves true, we opine there their untiring labors and generous of the busiest places between ()g-- j will be something doing in 'Squire! provision for the comfort of the From the South at 10:50 a. m. den and Malad and the grain buy-- ' Olson's court before long. (5:48 p. m. There were about 125 guests. ers are out on the streets striving We handle the very best meats, both From the North at 3:40 p. m. present. to see which shall catch the eye of fresh and salt, at the most reasonable Subscriptions Paid. the farmer first and get his load. Washakie in that ('all on us for A y rjicn rti tD p cja cc tl;- cv SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. v0 6- - and you will sec that we are never undersold : ( lothes Pins, ; dozen for 5 cents. .Mouse Traps, .'5 for 10 cents. Milk Pans, :5 for 25c, large size. Paring Knives, 5 cents each. Tea S cone, 6 for 15c, silver pkud. Table Spoons, Knives and Forks. Tinware, Glassware, Graniteware, in fact we carry everything you will need to furnish the house. j ' pleasant Eta UNDER STATE Compare These Prices 1 they m CITY. Call and see our complete line of New Ranges. Snug Little Farm. Tremonton Furniture ompany. I ''rv r. r ; It is True fecoHomy ' fauf-iues- To buy goods just before you need them, for then you have a chance to look around and ful-pair'- of 1-- Find Goods at Right Prices, Which you cannot always do if you are obliged to hurry. j fore purchasing. Waldron . Town Locals. Fishburn and family are visin Smithfiel i this relatives iting ,1 A week. Mrs D S Lohr returned on Sun- day from a four week's visit with her sister at Payette, Idaho. The ball scheduled for Wilson's Ball for this evening will not take place, but the dancers will meet at (iarland Amusement Ball instead. Mm Cora Ellsbcrry from fait Lake has leased the "Oak" building and is preparing to open a restaurant in i:. She has bad a partition set making a large room in front, nicely papered, aud with one or two good rooms in the rear, it should be a vsiy convenient place for the busiucss. Amasa Potter of Payson haa written an Interesting letter to Governor Jrhn C Cutler, lu which he tells how and where lie found the wheat from whlej a good share of that sewn on the dry lands of We will publish II. ci Utah originated letter next week. I.jjl. Ijr it. prices, line, I). If. Hammond old stand, Tremonton. Co. Harris Bros., TREMONTON, UTAH. Where You Get Goods at Right Prices. Never Undersold. " GENTS' FURNISHINGS. TREMONT MERCANTILE Waitings. anything ifc & j j The Dushore Review pays that a receipt for a. subscription to the local is a certificate of good character. We have Issued the following "certificates" since our last report: P. M Hanson to March, 1908. Lew Chiistcuseu to September. 1907. Hur crnrb- nf pvpruthina nppdfnl in the house was never more complete than now, and we invite you to come m and be- compare the quality and price of our goods with others Wyatt's Preston, Jr., and Solon! Barber, two well known young m;n of Logan, were drowned in the Bear River near that place last week by the wrecking of a gasoline launch in which they and several companions were tak ing a ride. The boat struck a sunken pile and turned bottom up throwing the whole party o twenty feet of water. The ac cident was so sudden that those who were saved were "unable to' assist the others. If I were a farmer and raised beets for the Garland sugar fact-orsigning one of their ironclad contracts, I think I would incor- porate in that a proviso that I should have what sugar I needed for family use at the same price that the company sells it for to the eastern dealers, and if the company would not agree to that ! would raise oats or wheat, and I would advise all my neighbors to do the same. Utah farmers Ing lots for sale cheap fenced and imr I he hues and Mm on tbem 50 by 150fettccb. Call an paying more for their sugar trees and bruises relieved at hums burn, ruta, K I lill ofllOB ftlt pSftisSISIS. W H .f ap nne with I'iueaalve Carbtilized. Ants than the New York and Pennsyl- well Times Office. like a poultice, Draws out inflanimni inn vania farmers have to pay just " rold h Tremont '!' RYSlHirfl T1RI FTS now and it in not giving them a Mrrcan'ili' Oompnt ' square de) W. B. in-t- l ,, ry . - . V . i at 2 for 25c. Genuine lineu collars usually !.)C. to 50c. each. We have all popular styles in guaranteed Linen collars quarter sizes at --' for S5c. The "Triangle Linen" mark sell at ' normal-preparato- ills. This Association is named the American Druggist Syndicate. Our firm is a member f tlii-- fNftt By dicate and its representative here. This is why you sec the initial letters Linen Collars A. D. S. our shelves and in our windows every remedy of the A- - D.8. is selected from successful prescriptions by 5000 of the leading druggists of America and this is it are warranted by them to be the VEKV (ruarantees the i for the particular BEST UEMKDIF.S we pence tiuahtv guarantee it ami perfect satisfaction. ailment that it is advertised to cure.. Five Thousand Chemist rei mmend Men's Correct Neckwear. D.B. remedies to you, They say to A soroplete line juHt received direct you: "If you don't ItnOfl What ails you doctor. If you do ksow, ask From tbe manufscturts. Our price 15c, ssk your rour local representative of the A. D. s. 25c mil BOe, Plata White Lwn tics 2,c for the A. D. B. remedy that, will etkJi per down. yon." We have a full line of these, prepar Men's Sox in (ireat Vsrtoly. lion. S few of which we enumerate berecelred full line oi llotUrj and low : arc fully prepared to give you exact A D B. Rlackherrv Cardial J Ms I? bat you dealre In price from 15c up, A I). 8. llcadactie Cure We A. I). B.TalU-- S Powder Udles Furnlshlnp Wc A, D. B. Herb Tea 11.00 We are closing Hi is hranch out ut cost. A. D.S. I. rain ami N'ctvb Tonic t lad Liver F.muUUou Sl.Ofi D. A. 8, uiK that We have n few trimmed hats Me a i). s Court (iem dj an for room make exclusive cont to at goes 25c A. D.S. Pile Ointment Fall millinery line. S1.00 A . D. S. lror. Tonic Bitten i l (o D. H. PelvetoBf I.... Kumur 5(k- iv K PHi MM; A complete line of A. 1) t?, 8y ringes, i a. remedfaa 6.8. We the , gutnfllM Hoi Water BoltUs, Ditast 1'uutpB, to give seTfsisrtion or yum money buck. Nlpph ete. at reduced pi tow. Otl tin-A- of-the- y, Druggists have formed au association to secure for he Kick the most successful medical treatment, and furnish at a small cost in the forai of ruady made remedies 4 - DRUGS, MEDICINES. Five Thousand American Excursion North Tremont limes: Well we are getting all right Usual special low August 24th. Our harvesting rates to Northern Utah and Idaho now so far. nearly all done and soon thresh, points. See agents for rates or maybe next week some time. further particular, or write to D. Mr. James Joshua and company E. Hurley, G P A, OS L R R Co., have taken their horse power up Lake'Ci, Utah to maiau uificK.srniLii snop to re-- 1 pair on it. I hope they get it University of Utah. next week some time then start to thresh. Well, our grain crop inatructjon begins Monday, harvest splendid this year ami 16th. Registration September sjgar beet crop good this year. Ig September 18 and 11. Some hauling second crop hay Entrance examinations, Septem- TtI. u:,i !,.. iiseems to uie kiihi her 11 12 and 1 list. weei.. light crop on account being so normal ColleKe, engineering, many grasshopoers. Some "ay y preparatory courses are eat everything round there. fere(j .1 Tl i nope tney are noi nan nexi year Th Catalogue which outlines I am working on a header up al, the Conege WOrk. the Prepar- Washakie around there. I hope atQry Qati0gUe which describes we will get through next week the preparatory and two years sometime. But 1 am sorry I work, or an didn't write for couple weeks. .iHtlt ,f thp School r Excuse me. of Mines; will be sent free on ap Wni- Ottogary. plication to University of Utah. m if.DlM; LOTS. Two goo4 "uihl ;Salt Lake City. Utah. CO.- - Jil j . uHi Attun-Ir.gra- TREMONT MERCANTILE COMPANY, TREMONTON, UTAH.