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tt CHAKGE THE ' lAW. Wo if" einnot refrain from Ad i Id... - . 301 Illinois Wedding. OE says the Concordia Kansan, Uut Thursday August Sth at law "when we think of the Sspsdsa We nndcrrfaud tbre in this State forbidaijig any up the Republican river, be of Mij: Emma djlURh. one company or corootgrttoii t veen here and Republic city, tsroflfrand Mrs John Ellensee owning ovi r one thousand reading King- Oscar's invitation. Ot! Morton, to William E Cctz, son acres of coal or mineral land-- . request or command to Swedes of Mr and Mr? Henry Getz of Dew thi-!t Jf true, that law should in this country to come hum to e.vvil!e. Ulhh- - Iicv (leor SM of the Congregational church bo changed as toon m possible their native land to help build it pastor I. The officiate young poople art-- ' at least m far a- - it applies t; up. Weeafl see some of them well known throughout th" county eOftl lands. No capitalist Will reading Oscar's talk, while sit- and tliev liav? the best wishes of a nivr-i- t in any under ing on the front norch of a three fell m.ti. frbnd leranrnsperaai and taking nulem he believes it gtory modern dwelling, steam happy lif 3. They will make their will pay, neither are compntl- - heat, hot and cold in the rear, home io Peoria where they will be let or corporations doing btisi pr-- and apple trees for lawn at hometo their friends after Bap frfo fc fun. Th.-- desire and decorations and a herd of Poland for their n remuneration Chinas or Duroa for barn yard expect Goc roads will lead to the officers' and employes and a embellishments, with a sea of general improvement of the dividend occasionally fortiieir earn and alfalfa for landscape. 0. L mntryside. The farmer who stockholders, and when these yes. we can imagine them selling drives to and. from town over1 things ie not forthcoming the automobiles, ripping up their ru- - tprxnous, wnooth, wtU cited either. ,uit of else the eatab ral maij boxes, tearing the phone fur roads will unconscious! v tt . , , i i Ia usnmeni eoen mro mo nan a., down off the wall, throwmcr the ,,..,,,. hi is of a receiver who wind-- , up its tai oUt of doors, shooting the dog improvements n the nufofffe- Q affairs the uesi lie can. an; taking the next train for meat and operation of the To open a coal mine and get Sweden in response to the invite- - farm. Ev. it in readine-- s to produce 1000 tion of King Osear. Why. if Os Get our Printing Done at tons of coal a day requires au car hadoneof those fine farms initial outlay of probably $o- - n Norway or Beaver township Tne Times Office, Trenionton. i ag o You'll Have to Hurry - ho-to- If you get in on these Bargains; they won't last much longer. We are going to offer some 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. f i0 S0 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, ' ... i 1 A With only a tliou sand acre- - to work on, and the , 11 unoerta nty 01 all ot it carrying productive veins ol coal, very few men Of companies of ttdlt AitvA in invest' fi'om half a ;. million to a million dollars in I . . '"" he wouldn't go back to Sweden either " Qr jf jie Collj see one 0f 00r farm iimt nnw op!1r Divm he would sell out his old King-- ! i and come over here himself. i i opening coal mines, ana ,iwl,. 5 , still isthatwhilel tahhascoal enough to last the present pop illation ;i thousand cars, thei e i iH.t enough now pro luced to le demauu euppb the . i y IV- - i ck .VIV-I- ' her few people and a coal famine greater 'ban ever before MhiiZiiii I'i'c R a. ily cf)mc y' up In i colliwlblv tub(.' uiili n nosste. Easy tares t hem in t he lace. Kit her iopply nj,'ht where and m change the lan o as to indme tianiiuftttitt) i xUt-- . k n lii'vi-- nt cnoa liliml bMrnnng, hebing Of jiTOWiidlng capitalists t open the coal rnus. uiinrtiii men Bold I) TrumoQt mines or let the government HntnUe CoiApanr . ..-. , ... v -i.. on. ,nM..i " uiiM r.T., pile Remedy cotil and that riudit peedil. relieves when others fail i itiuro s ,,. -- -- jvianan Agricultural . . I I." , . .... to-aa- y, I , . , rent:. 8 'I All Ladlek' Skirts varying in prices from $2.7") up to $9.00, to clear them out jrolt get them now uk one-f- i urth oil regnjar prk. BARGAINS NO. 7. A lot $1 25. cent. o o of Men's Drata Shirts worth regular opto le clear tlmm out you take your choice at tlu one price, only 30 ecu's. BARGAIN NO. 3. a lot of Summer I'ross Golds worth up to nil tit one to the clerr them cut ice, yard, on')' pi U l cents. A BARGAIN NO. 4. lot of Summer Dr.ss Goods worth up to Zlc a yard, to clear them out 11 gt) at the one price, only 30 ecuis. BARGAIN NO. 8. An Aaiottmsrt of i.Hdb- -' Baits, botli Silk nud Leather, worth regular from 25c to 75c. while they last you take your choice at just half regular price. A BARGAIN NO. 5, A Beautiful Assortment of Ladies' Shirt Waists, both SUk and Lawn, worth rejral.tr from up to 15.00, hot to el jfr them out yon tako your choice at one fourth off regular pricits. a BARGAIN NO. 9. Hats for the tire family, all at the one price, only 25 cents. An Assortment of Straw Hate. en- BARGAIN NO. io. An Assortment of Straw Hats worth up to 75c, to clear th' tii out all go at the one price, only 50 cents. D O R. L. FISHBURN & SONS CO., TREM0NT0N STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. Why uot have dmc h liMKS. ,'hk rearauton I lOo a lot of Summer Drs.su Goodi ivortb up to 15e a clear thorn out nil go at ;he one prica, only In yard, body. uer lieails and envelopes printed v. i I. yum- intniB, bust-- j nesa uiul addreaa oti iln.ni fur ihu use fit V(Hiro)f and fa mi K ? We can ftlTDisb ibom at rerr liltlo more tlian ibe blank ours ironld coat awl I bey look nun Ii uicir. ( all in wlu n in town and let us !siow .vo" smii's ami ten you the cost. nr. h up to A - , w BARGAIN NO. 2. Ada Irwin, an Ogden white girl, ran awav with a negro and is bound to raarrv i,;,,, They went to Kvas the laws (if! hut itnston, wyo Wyoming forbid the marriage of whites and negroes they could not , ?f't the knot tied there, About 100 acre3 of whe it, just All the News every day" for 50c read v to harvest, was set on fire lie- . mtcrmoutitam ' nv v amonthfhe unuru urtwin iiri j ivviiivvi . .r c i.Ad-- : . pumican. .suMcrme ... . P,.nofi-.i- i oat hoc. .. .1 n.im ' l J H ill i .3LV.il. lililii 1.1,1. .Ill .,1 l'.li day, a week, and wa? entirl ds- - Lake. The loss was probably otroyed. Job Printing for Every more than $2000. lot of Summer DreM Goodi yard, to clear tbetn nut itll go at the ono price, only - (Mi.tmo. BARGAIN NO. 6. BARGAIN NO. r. O w ft tali. College of Utah. STONEWARE. 8B A Car Load of the Famous Red Wing Stoneware just received. it is positively the best Stoneware, and I his ear was manufacShipment direct from Red Wing, Minn tured especially for our trade, A Cat Load of Stoneware seems to some, people a big proposition: to us it is merely business. You will appreciate that there is a great difference in the cost, of goods when shipped in snniil quantities, paying local freight and large commissions to Jobbers, and shipping in carlsad lots and buyWe have reduced the cost ih a minimum, and are in a position to save you ing direct from the factory money. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Prices much lower than last year. ii UTAH'S GREAT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL." Ii FRUIT JARS AND CROCKS. 2 ! oo yOU Will soon be putting up large fruit, and we want to assure yen that we arc equipped to care for Butter Jar to tv, e'v v gallon pickle Jars. our JAR wants. Wo have litem all alonsr the line, from a Milk Howls. etc. Pans, Rakers, Mixing In STONEWARE. Several l07.en 1 and 2 qur.rt Mason Fruit Jars two-poun- d " 1 and 2 " Economy" In STONEWARE. These Jars arc constructed exactly the same as the glass jars, but are much better, as thsy are a good many times stronger, and they exclude the light from the. fruit. CALL AND SEE THEM. Please do not think we are "knocking" the glass jars; w e are not; we sell them, and at this time we have on baud: Mason and Economy; ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOZEN. HEAT DOCTOR AND THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS. We ARE Doctors of HEAT and will agree to reduce the heat in are not Doctors of medicine. from 120 degrees to 80! Our Perfection Illue Flame Oil Cook Stove does the trick. REMEMBER: That while ibe goods iu our store are the vry best that money will buy, we give you a 25.00 Talking Machine with the first S2o spent at our store. This means thai we give you all of your money back. You are safe to oil an us for anything in Hardware. Tinware, Enameled Ware, Queeusware. et. V.'e your ki'eben Men and Women for Success in Life. Prepares the the wealth the rich, comfort Learning is to an aid to poor, an honor to younji, a support and to the need. Bacon. BINDER TWINE, &C. COURSES OF STUDY: AGRICULTURE. Agronomy, Horticulture, Animal Industry, Veterinary Science, Dairying, Irrigation, Drainage, Farm Mechanics, Road Building, fete. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND akts. -- Cooking Dietetics, Sanitation, Hygiene, Sttirktg, Household Economies, Home Nursing, etc, MECHANIC ARTS. -- Carpentry, Forging, r.v- torn Milking, Carriage Building, Foundry Work, Machine Work, etc. Deering Hinder Twine A GOOD Price While it lasts. We also hare a few pieces of Farm Machinery that we will almost give you. COMMERCE. Business Administration, Accout-inBanking, Transportation, Commercial Law, Stenography, etc. GENERAL SCIEN( B.English, Mathematics, History, Economics, Modern Languages, Natural and Physical Sciences, etc. EN N E ERI N( !. rrigat ion Engineering jointly with the University of Utah. Courses also offered in Music, Art, Physical Training and Library Work. g, 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. a n v if.: mil: ij.j- - Airv.; winus tu mane iiuie nunc ru. ctiiu jumuei rvnius, au nit.n iyict. Yours for business, oo I 1 m i 1 Wilson Lumber Company, Tremonton. Utah. WIIKRK HOOD (iOODS ARE SOLD." .Jey trwtw4aiw t yia iati ... saw CONSIDER ; - 8.5 .tl .l THESE ADVANTAGES. large trained faculty of experts twenty buildings with splendid equipment! farms, orchards, gardens, live stock sad farm buildings, beautiful and healthful surroundings in ono of the bast towns in the state; a vigorously moral atmosphere ; modern courses of study, earefuHy arranged to aaahle men and WORM b to Saamrs the Comforts of life, and make every day happy one. All ihe graduates of tin- College occupy first class positions it students have been uniformly The College has pood opportunities for securing employment for its graduate. Expenses are low. No charge for tuition; entrance fee $5.00. The illustrated catalogue rmd rir. dilar will interest you and will he sent free.. College open September 17, 1007. A -- ; sue-easef- ADDRESS, THE REGISTRAR, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, LOGAN, UTAH. I OO TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing, 99 OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE R.-JGH- T.