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jsijLii ms I fm uiuiij- - ki Meeting of the Farmers' Cai'n Union. The annual meeting of the stockholder? of the Farmers' Cash Union of Bear River Valley was held jn the Tremonton school house last Saturday aftern on. Th? deliber-tion- s . ;ii i -- STORY POSTS MADE DURABLE. FENCE Tornrnj Rott Discourses Woodi Given Sixteen Years' Additional Service by KMOBB PHILOSOPHY. tion, Presemtiva cd Vaccina- ic. If" ONE HUNDRED 100 BEAUTIFUL PICTURES 100 Fence posts of many kinds of cheap wood whu-'ordinarily would soon dc menced business they had handled impregnation, with trsesote bas been something like $87,000 on a paid greatly cheapened by the introduction up capital of $2145, and that the of tbe "open lank," which cati be la profits above all expenses were tailed at a cost of from f30 to $45, or about $2100. Mr. Holmgren told much less if any old boiler is used. A how soma of the losses of the as- tank with a bottom 13 square feet lu area sociation had been the result of will suffice for treating 40 ur 00 0 inch a day, or double this Bomber either carelessness or dishonesty pons when IWj runs per day can made. The on the part of the farmers, and adabsorption of creosote per post Is ab ut vised that all take great pains to at follows; EucalyttUS, one tenth sea that every bushel of grain they gallon; willow two tenths gallon; aassa shipped was up to the standard fias, ash, hickory, red oak, water oak, and exactly what they sold it for, elm, nnd maple, four tenths gallon; in order to get the best price and Douglas tlr, quaking apu aud black walnut, gallon. The prl to hold the market against all s taken to see what the sense of the stockholders present was, and nearly all voted to accept additional stock and allow the cash to remain as working capitftl. Every member present seemed pleased with tha result of the year's business, which certainly showed excellent management in doing so large yolumi of business on so small a capital. The election of directors resulted in the ehoice of Cslrln W, Richards, Pres.. Fielding; David Holmgren, Bec'y and Treasurer, Bear RUer City; P. M. Hansen, Vies Pres., Elwaod; Thomas Wbestley, IJoatyTllle; F. Alan E. Roche. Thatcher; of ere jsote li about 10 cents per gallon In the East und i'iddle West, 16 cents aud 27 per gallon ou the I'aeilie omits per gallon in tbe Rocky Mountain States. Tbe cost of treating a'.post will therefore vary from 4 to 15 cents. Pro perly treated, it should give serrlce for : least twenty years. Experiments of tbe Forest Service shows that with perservatlfe treatment the durabillry of lodgepole pine in Id the li increased sixteen years. Thscostof creosote there Is relatively high, yet by treating posts there li a savlug, with '.iterest at R per cent, of 2 cents per post yearly. More Important than the saving, hnvever, Is the fact that through preservative treatment other woods are fit d to take the place of cedar, of which tha supply u rapidly becoming exhaust-el- . A detailed description of experiments in preserving fence posts, together with practical suggestions for t eating them on a coiamoilctl scale, are contained in Circular 117 of tl Fore t Service. This publication can bo ft tallies' upon application to tha Forest' f cst, t Waihlngtoa. It George L. Carlton, Treinentoa; C, O . Adnty, Carlnce. F. AUn E. Roche was appointed to take up the Bubjeet of freight rates with the Oregon Short Line railway with a view of petting all points on the Malad Valley branch to be common freight rate points for all carload lots of freight shipped in or out of the Valley. very curious how haid times will cause some men to try and get another man's job. A few Jape who have been working for the railroad company at Salt Lake City are envied of their jobs by other employes, brakeinen, switchmen, firemen and othere who have been getting twice or three times the wages of the Japs but are now laid off, and they have asked for the of the .J ups that they may have their places. Three months ago not one of these would have been willing to take the place of a Jap laborer, even at four or five dollars a day, and should he get the place now he would net stay an hour if he saw anything better, no matter how much the employer might lose by his (putting. is die-charg- Wish to Light the Valley. Two or three gentlemen from Will-ar- d were in Tremonton on Saturday last looking over the field and of the considering feasibility lighting this town and other places in the valley with electricity furnished from a plant which they propose to install in the Willard can- yon. They are the owners of a site for a water power plant.n d believe they can furnish electricity o FREE! r e giv la. The babey bas got a treemtridjust ree for musics, aud i U ... quite a exspurl muzishuu, she whiiln me lu siug hur to slesp evry uite, aud i bafto git up in tha nite pritty oflteu and sing. Tinner nue igot hur to sleup aud went t bed myself fealiu pritty tuff, bavin tie toot hake and ncwrollugy iu my jaw. b it long bjut 4 ociock the little skamp woak up, aud hollered bluddy venjunce and i hud to git up aud rock hur back t agan, aud i had to sing, to. Holey mackanaw it win a turrablo attliixyuu. I a bad horrable coald and a frog iu my throts as big as a liuk ov bjloney, but i had to sing jest the same. I allwuz makeup my oan songs, beiu a natchtrel born poelt, aud this is wot snug to the tune ov Rocky by Babey up in a tree top; Sleep yu dum babey Yure poppy is sick, Pares in the wildernlss DUfgS iu the tick, Shet up ) ure baw lin Yure mowtb aud yure oye, Sleap little Freddy , 1 O rocky by by. Pritty soon she went to sleap and so awoak by Handy givvln nu a shake and i cum to tbo scace or mortlu cxzistuuu and scan it wuz daylite. Mandy pintod to the babey, and be boald in my sleap i had changed ends with the yuuguu and wuz hoaldin hur with hur bed hanging down and bur little cburub laigs around my uek whitch i tlmwt wuz hur arras. It wuz a ridickulus situashun and Maudy laffs a. me ever siuts about it 1 hav bin givin the subjec ov vaxi-tshun a grate eal or studdy this winter, aud i bar arrove to the eoaclus hun that i. is a grate sistum and shood bp applids tj evry ill whitch the humeu fambly is air to. Now the objec ov raxinashun Is t giv a feller a little tutch or the diseez so if he gits up agin the jeunywiuo ar tickle sumtimv it wuut hen him mutch soeia hes had It prcevusly. Wal,wo are havviualotov nubble iu the kuntrey with disonnest pollytishuns, why not raxinate em with a nice ittle tutch or boodle iu thalr left hand britches pockit wheu thay furat show simptums ov pjluicle assperashuus, aud then when th.iy got into offls it woodeut hert lhair did i. After we find that the last year, with all its setbacks, has been a very successful one with us, and we hope it has been with you. From an economic stand-poiit would have u 0 been more successful for you had you concentrated more of your trade with us, because it's an undis- D c puted fact that we make the prices to get your o trade, not to meet the other fellow's. And now, just to show you that we appreciate your trade, and to make it an object for you to concentrate your trade with us, we are going to give away absolutely without cost to you, stock-takin- g nt 100 TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. o aonosnonoELio wsmmmm 30 with them. Tbe goat la not a very Intelligent animil but be ha a very striking S8 Jt0 30 $0 Milk Pans, full weight and size (Inclusive,) Our Special Sale will be on guaranteed. Regular price io cents. OUR SPECIAL PRICE b CENTS. 30 oo J0 J0 J0 If yon are going to boy a Heating Stove or Range, come and see is. Our line is complete, but we have put the Meat Axe into the prices. We carry at all times a full line of all kinds of Hardware. Everything you want in Enameled Ware. Agin oo Building Material of all kinds for any purpose. Coal Oil that gives the best light. Try it. Some People have said that times were hard ; but we think that they are good, as we have done more business this month than we did last Janunry ; It must be our ATTRACTIVE PRICES. 1 Watch our Ad. and Save Money. il wood be best to put it ou whare it wood hart 'out to asstlUrte I gess it wood hav a depressln etieckt on the Wilson Lumber Company, No. 11. Phone TREMONTON, UTAH. 'WHERE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD.1 ISM 3 oo li ZD prodused on a 40 aker farm In the ag gerculeberal deostrix or hell, and loa) keap rite on rasslein with auaiks & hob gobblers till thay git sutch a erust onto thalr soales that it will brake the lines or the dervels dungfork short off when hee Chance to Trade for a California Farm. If you want a ten acre orchard California, five acres of orange trees and five acrcaof bearing apri altrio to jab il Into 'em for to spred 'era cot treea for your near Itiver If every generation grows wiser and around lu the hog pascher and furtillxe ley apple orchard, please inquire wiser according to tho scripture, what for particulars at The Times office. his kiugdum. TOMM Y ROTT. hopeless fools some of our grandparents must lute bees. mi From Saturday, Fedruary 1st, To Saturday, February 8th, I e m J Special Sale No. 2 be-fo- unnecessary go through know how much encouragement a expr-mlrpainful, operation for Piles they recieved, but we understand If you use M IslftS. Put up in collapsithey arc man who hve the ability ble tube with nojsrle, ready to apply. For to complete their part of the con-tra- any form of Mloa. price 50c. For sale by if one should be entered into Trooiout MorcastiU Co. o R. L. FISHBURN & SONS CO., kouauueu euuy to speek ov to axsept ov b.ybes from the korperashuns. We are lawt that the hole wurld treddia the biawd rode to evcrlastiu distruxuu, aud evry kiud ov mazurcs has biu adoptid to reside emmagtashun to th.it climd w hare it is hot & aultrey. Now 1 propoas to make a mixcher ov bnuistoau, orijjiucl lift, js unerel kussid n.iss aud prezurv the hull batch iu alKy-ho- l cud put it in a barl, theu giv surleu men Uauuee to draw it oat and vaxiuate tue inhabbitunce with the stuff. I haiul exzackly dusided wot purshuu ov the auattamy to use it oo yii, but thiuk See the display of these pictures in our window. Ask us and we will tell D o you how to get one without cost to you. Q I wuz U Beautiful Panel Pictures, o every one a work of art. at a cheaper rate than any company Short cuts aro being adopted In all that has to use fuel for generating branehes of business, A Oermau prince, s.eemboie Iraflkk torge that hot si.ty If the power, and if they can get a Instead of taking the time to com and pneple had a tutch ov the ainiusfeer guarantee from the people through- look our assortment over, has placed aa thay sol sals. out the Valley that they will use ad In a Plttsburc paper for an American liut duuno, tlz quere bunch or the light when furnished at A wife, who must bo " nice, rich lady." critters that komKZ(s ami dekompozes reasonable price, they will put in a Potatoes, cabbage and other vegeta- the humeu raso. Sum ev em vaxinaits t usirselfs evry day with rolgut whiky. Willard bles at Di K. Hammond & Co i. and string wires plant at Thay git moar mizry out cf it thau cood through the Valley. We do not It will be to b ct o From tbe New Albany Mirror.) , cash or merchandise or in additional stock as desired. A vote was ao OE c Treatment. The ovcuins is pritty long now owiri to tbe days btin short, and thay not brin mutCS goin on enduriti the lull be of the body were presided cay if set in tbe ground can be made foar tbe storm ov the prezidesassl W. Richards, to liut for twenty years by a simple eleckshun, i stay to lioam nites and over by Calvin Most of skoald the y unguus and enttrtHUu,Mandy roosote. president of the board of directors. treatment with woods bo are well (whitrh in Ay wormian.) About a hundred ir.e.nbers were ibs oiillpd "Inferior" We uv named the bUey Frederick-to tbe treatment, ami this In present which was considered ft adapted a true of cottouvrood, tupsn Mandy beiu grate fiend to Fred Noel a very good representation seeing specially willow, sycamore. Jov grade plues, and ov l)uihoar, she wanted to name it after that the membership is scattered some of tbe 1 rediculed the ideo, say in wots g'jiug. When proprriy taeat-d- , him. from Corrine to Plymouth. these woods outlast untreated cetar the Uhe, Frtd Iialnt uo gurls imim, and The report of the manager David and oak. which are becoming too scarce thay 'II be pleutey ov changes to call ov the boy-- , that ip the fuclier. but Holmgren showed that during the and too much lu demand for other uses .inn sed it wuz ta grate oiinuiieuiy and seven months since they com- to ilow of tbeir uiee.ing the demand for she she woodcut take ho chases, so i had to fence posts. competition. The directors raported that they had decided to pay the interest on the capital stuck in additional stock in accordance with the bylaws which give them that privilege, but that the dividends due members on purchases could ba had in Be j. A mild. Vt pUdHant remedy for constipation MJcs and Liver PHI. in PWEULES SO DAYS for the Kidneys 1MATMSSIV F9R SMW 5 mm FOR SALE, THE KENT HOTEL in Tremonton, Doing the best business between Ogdes and M&lad. Twenty rooms, sll in gosd Main Street near railroad station. Reason for order, on for selling poor health of owner. This is a bargain for well-furnishe- any man. Also s doslrsble building lot nnd terms inquire nf SO by 160 (vt on Tremont Street. Psr fusoo K. A. KENT, TreesoMoa, Utah.