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1 PaiDts lor 5&Ma Roof. F Th? wood sorfaza to be protected must be well coated twice, at short interval-!- , with hot coal tar and t this coating a thin layAfter a few days! applieder of pluverized screened brick-earth a perfectly solid mass will have formed, which will not only pro-- 1 tects the wood against any absorption of moisture, but at the same time obviate all fire risk, as it perfectly resists ilimes. if liter a ........ few days, the coating is lightly .renewed and so much applied tost the tar appears quite saturated, What Prohibition O FARMERS' CASH UNION. Paints I Finishes J (Trade Murk.) brick-eart- h w .1 The following from the Preston News tells the result of pro hibition in that lively townThe usual howl 13 being raised by the saloonkeepers and brew-er- Every Home Use Atteotios, Farmers. Has Not Done in ID Idaho Town. the time to freshen up the home by doing For the odd icbs of naintir.2 vou have been planning. the the furniture, for the floors and woodwork, for every paint purpose, we have die right Finish. This buy, a, and they brazenly point out the deterioration of real estate value as a result of prohibition, but the best testimony against; their kind of doctrine is the pernicious activity with which they want to inflict the people. Before we had prohibition in this citv we frequently heard of how real estate values would go down, how people would hunt the the wide open places, and how liquor of all kinds would be- shipped in car loidjlots, and the litter suggestion nny ba only too true but it has not lessened real estate values, it has not pulled dow n the town as we have noticed, and there is not a look of despair on the face of every fellow you meet. Far from it. And time will demonstrate that it has really been a ooom. not on v to tne uan l:s. me mercnanis. uvi mrinoss men. but to the families of people that indulged indecorously in strong drink, as more genuine happiness more love of hums and country and city will be sen and we will get moro and better improvements where before they were entirely out of question. Tvo carloads of nev Oat and Barley Bags and a car Wh at Bags will be here in ample of Calcutta i2-un- time to meet requirement:- Prices right. - PAINTS, ENAMELS, STAINS AND VARNISHES full line of Farm Machinery, Tools and Miscellaneous Supplies, Lumber, Cement, Doors, Windows and ethA - ,arc er building materials. Pipe and fixtures, Lavatory and Bath Rccm supplies,! jj g. Separators and Gasoline Engines Come and see our Miniature Water System. each and every one scientifically prepared for specific uses. Ji a surface to be painted, enameled,. stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. We can . PJ tell you what to use, how much to use the Cost 7fL Ask us. B a U Respectfully, W Debating societies might throw BtOtnl light on the ion of whether an cvercrowdd citv is worse than (tn over crow dfii excursion. is DAVID tl FARMERS' CASH UNION, HOLMCRy Tremonton, Utah KGa- - . Prosperity is predicted on all sides, it look- - as if there were to be ii good wo rkin t basis for an income tax on ;i net earning, strong Serial Story to b3 far Times Readers. Printed Ill h T;T 1 Next week begins the publication "Whispering Smith," oneof the ever said h- expects to best continued stories that has eve; not say it but it would been (riven to the Times reader.-- . Tl J of It is denied that .Mr. Rockefeller livf to the age of lou. Maybe he iiil be just like him to do it, ocverthc less and notwithstanding. Fsir vu. Ststfi - It will be a special feature of this paper and in order to get it everyPresident Taf has placed himself, by his declaration on body should subscribe for the tariff, al the head of the overwhelming sentiment of the Times. The story if published in book form would cost as much as . the Republican part) a Mr. Bryan has till unbounded faith in the theory of direct vote of the people, notwithstanding that direct vote never "got him anywhere." A r f Q J fa 7V 4-JL 3 year's subscription. CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS &jr Via Oregon Short Line Daily for tickets one w.'vy is a ma a oa via Porllnml r i- . . here, but the pastures begin prof; Lewis A. Merrill, editor of o Oal ours, and we as have never Sen Farmer, is on n trip to Califorin Held lucsrn Utah a of nia nnd bt northwest, ivnd in a fetter to ilekly looking as the best field in Califomi i. hlj paper lie lias this to say of some of We can't but feel that Utah hai them the orchards and othor tilings hi Calia'i beaten as far as dairv ing opportunfornia ities are concerned, but why can't we "Many of Uicsi orchards arc on the have just a few of those California IIo Kttcp hUltldet, SO sleep that the average stiend..i v herds over thcic lu I' tub ;. " Utah fanner would pass it up in despair. At every railroad nation and all aloa Un Faux Pas! the line th lUSands of refrigerator car;, A young gentleman living at X are being tilled for eastern (aarketS. In all IbOte acres of orchards we did DOt see was Invited by his rich aunt to visit W bile walking with her In London. weeds nor grass between the truL'S. How her along Victoria street he saw her ever, weeds and grasses are not ull.nved bow to a gentleman in clerical attire. to steal the moisture. "Who was that, aunt?" he Inquired. t the peaches and pears wo obtained "That!" exclaimed the lady. "Why, !" "Strange!" at the fruit stands and on the railroad that Is the vicar of X trains were a fair sample of the quality remarked the nephew, thoughtlessly. "1 believe this is the first time I have of California trultU is then nn longer seen him," "He has been vicar ten a mvs'.erjr Why Utah should h ive won U years!" was the reply. d iwn at Albuquerque. Grata and tastu less. One average peach from tiiu I'rovo The Lucky Dollar. Bee :h or Brihatn City Is worth a wag a man lir.ds a dollar he When load of we the kind gon got bare. only It as a lucky piece. lie keeps California is great on Holstein cows Iocs not reel that the dollars he earns Home mighty good cows some of then re wo:-tkeeping. appeared to be too. and a herd of ,10 or t0 all of one breed out in the pasture is The Tirjhtwad. worth going to see. One trouble nrlth tightwad is No doubt t here are some sp'endid o .at ho doesn't care who knows it. 11 ; A good crowd was pres- and the priee of the "sha d- cut from owe" ran ten cents to SL4J5 beThe shadows at auction. longed to the girls and were shown on a sheet and the boys were the bidders. It was lots of fun though 8035 were dissappointed in not getting their best girls to eat ths sup-p- ;r with them which followed the Some eighteen dollars auction. was realized. success. Wouldn't it be a good idea for our marshal! to look a little to those who induce dog9 io light or permit them to fight in their daces of business and other public places. We understand that a prominent itizen has permitted dogs to fight and has persuaded boys to bring dogs to fight with his dog, and we haven't heard of the marshal! making any arrests yet. We understand there is an ordinance in the town prohibiting such exhibitions of crudity even if they are enacted in a private place, but we hear that t lie fighting complained of took place in a building which was open and one of the animals ran out and nearly lipsel a lady besides frightening her nearly out of her wits. It was supposed when the star was taken from Mr. Mrenk-rua- n and put on the present We have bought these coats so we can save you from that things would soon be made different, that the ordinances three to five dollars on each coat. would be enforced and Many articles too numerous to mention here that will made to toe the scratch.everybody It was make you money to bu now. Every class of also hinted that Saturday night dances would be prohibited. That has not been done yet, and for the LADIES' BELTS. Here is a snap, 40, 50 and 60 cent life of us wo can't see whereis dancAnd as for ing hurts anything. belts go at 25 cents each. noise and disturbing the peace, it don't begin with the racket that All to close out at actual cost, $3.00 shoes for S2.35, two disorderly curs can make. If Marshal Burge don't want to lose $2.00 shoes to close out for $1.50, $1 50 shoes at $1.00. his star, he would better not perCALL AND SEE US. There is never a time that you mit dog fights or men fights. in can't save of Lohr's Store SEE US FOR BARGAINS. Men's and Ladies Cravinet Coats. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. LADIES' money OXFORDS. us. buying goods Yours Truly, LOHR COMPANY, Tremonton, Utah. t j . gn-ifti:;- , Hum w iasv n Parses In A California man claims to have caught a black hass in- Frequent duics routes. Seed ' M L. for tleU'ls. further uta v side of which as found a bottle of ketchup. This story not Mrarnteed under the pure drug aet, however. . The L. T. L. social at Jo!m Mil-- ! Hue) d)ivo California and Utah Comoared. portiioitius r.lang dairying lor's last Friday sight was a grand to do not, - ii Exhibitions in the West Continuous free snecial attractions afternoons and evenings FIREWORKS GRAND DISPLAY EVERY mm 11 V Spectacular Eruption of Manna Los, the Hawaiin Volcano. Grandest Sight Ever Seen in Utah. Melon Day, Friday, Sept 10th, Come eat our melons. Excursion tickets north of Ogden sold Sept. 3d to 11th good returning until September 14th. Reduced rates from all' points. General admission 25 cents. Baseball at Night. f.lcsque in fiailroad Carriage. The experiment of pUrinf laslmll The Heojaz railway, among other 601 things, will contain a carriage fitted (it nijht was successfully carried up ;'s a mosque, where pilgrims will in Cinriniiftti, As ma r be supposed He ablo to perform their devotions searchlights won employed to illuminate dv.rin;: tke journey to the sacred cities. iOxtornally the praying carriage the baseball field. The Cincinnati Nat is omy fliatitlgnitkkble from the other tiomil LtftfUfl Baseball Park, where thf can luges by a minaret six feet high. first gVBM vas played, win encircled The interior is luxuriously fitted. The floor is covered with the richest of steel towers, each Carrying with Persian carpels, while around the two extremely powerful carbon lamp's sides are verses from the Koran apCapable of illumlnatiof the entire park. propriate to the pilgrimage and in lct- A chart indicates the of geld. Every corner cf the field was brightly teis o! Mecca at one end, and direction mar-shaillumluited at the other are placed four vessels for Although w e havn been unable to ob holding water for the ritual ablutions. tain engineering data on t he construcMost of the carriages are of foreign tion of the littpa we are Informed kbftl make, but the "wagon mosquee". was built in Constant iiionle. the carbon alonu arc IK InChM in di.tnie ter. Three lamps were found almost sufficient to illuminate the pirk b U to m ike the undertaking absolutely successful, fourteen lamp't Here employed to cast their rays upon the ground. Three-phas- e current was Ittppllod by a 250 hornf jiower 110 cycle drain O, having a ipeed f 845 rarolntlotii per miuitc, The amoUOt of current gem r.i vrrn.v. ted wa-- , enough to ran (WkM ti'e number Celebrated lor Mylc. perfect (It. simplicity itvl of lamps. Two of these lamps are reliability nearly 40 yc;irt. Sold in 1'rarjy cerv riiy :md Utn-- In the t'tniea stilus nnj mounted behind each fielder. Other Canada, of by mall direct. Wore ? id than Scud lor trio ciialouc. nny olhcr nialrr. their rays frini the roof of th RSaCAtVI MAO AUNG grand tand and t ho covered hlacher,. More ktibsctibrrs tharr nnv ofticr fasti irn The inventor of tbetfl fimpi is George Cahill, who ha taken a great iuteraat Naw Aiming Hevi-- e for Curs. tnay ba termid the mechanical im f haseoail An Improved nimlng device for proveuunt piaytug. lie is I BWL INOI't EMENTfl makes U possible to fceej the inrcnter of km Ingenioiis baseball v to Art ItUl betty 1'.' itai brings prcpi inn cita'ojue ft ih- trained on a ;ina new c;eh pritc ottcrj. idorcj Mpaa moving tar ptti hteg naai bine wbicb has been used v ...K T3E licCAU CO.. C8 to Ut 'M. Sitt. get lontiuuously, without iceard t; with success. Scie n till c Amcricao. Uc rolling of Uie tresovL ans Machine Dewing runs lighter than any other. lUO-fo- lasts longer than any other. FREE ll is mort any other. has less vihration than any other. is easier to operate than r.ny other. :: makes a more perfect stitch than any other. ct . jeautif ul than is the best or" all com- -, hined in one. I I i CHICAGO ii ILLINOIS roll BA.LX HV . Garland Mercantile Co., Garland, Utah.