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y Benj Hunsaker of Honeyvillc was transacting business in Oar land Tuesday. Editor Royal .leppson of the Box Elder .lournal was in town on business Tuesday. liars Jensen and wife of Bpringville are visiting in town the guests of Mnrk llnll and f wife. fcvtf A. Zink, Mrs. J. M. Franeke and Bany Smith were incoming passengers on Tuesday night's '.'- train. Mrs. Lizzie Bingham and Miss Rebecca Tingey of Brig ham City are visiting their sister, Mrs. Cephus E. Ander son. If your liver is slavish mid uul of tono, and you feel dull, bilious, con Btipatcd, titkc ii dose of ( 'li.'imlic i l,-i in vs Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be fore retiring and you will be all right in the morning Sold by All Dealers. T. F. Coombs of Fielding, member of the Box Elder County Board of Education, was here in the interest of school matters Tuesday. Dysentery is a daugerous disease but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera uud Dinrrhoea Hcniedy has been successfully used in nine epidemics of Jysciilci v . It bus never been known to fail. If U equnlly valuable for child ren and adults, and when reduced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by All Dealers, The Misses Amelia Carter and Grace MeMaster of Brigham City are guests of Mrs. Jennie Wallis. Ursel Rose and wife spent Monday in Ogden and took the evening train out of that city to Seattle to visit the Alaska-Yukon Exposition. They will re turn in about two weeks coming home by the way of Los Angeles, Cal. The Crime of Idleness. y Idleness means trouble for any one. It8the same with a lazy liver. It cans cs constipation, headache, jaundice, sal low completion, pimples imhI blotches , loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills MOD banish liver trou bles and build up your health. 25c at All Druggists. Notice. The regular monthly meeting of the officers of the Bear River Stake Y. L. M. I. A. will be held at the Garland school house next Saturday Sept. 4th, at 2 p. m. All officers are requested to be present. Mr. J. A. Wixom, editer and manager of the Garland Globe made -us a short friendly call last Saturday. Mr. Wixom takes life easier since he moved into his hu'ge new offiee, and has his new Campbell press iti running order. He now contemplates purchasing a Linotype and cer tain other essentials of a first class country newspaper office. We understand that Mr Wixom's industrious and never quite son will operate this machine Utah Independent. Insurance Charter Granted. The Bear River Mutual Insur ance Company was granted a charter by the Secretary of State last Saturday. The com I pany has a capital of $10,000, ! divided into as many shares of $1 each. The officers are; W. ! S. Hansen, president; N. J.I Valentine, vice-president; Mil ton H. Welling, secretary; Mosiah Evans, treasurer. The directors consist of F. Alan Roche, Glut' Jensen, A. R. Capener, J. II. Watkins, T. F. Coombs, David Holmgren, J. C. Knudsou, C. G. Adney, J. C. Cutler, Peter Lowe, K. H. Fri dal, N. J. Valentine and W. S. Hansen. The office of the company is in Garland. Twa A Glorious Victory. There's rejoicing in Fedora, Temi. A man's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's Now Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C. V. Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could uot work nor get about," he writes, "and the doc tors dil me uo good, but, after using Dr. King's New Discovery three weeks, I feel like a new iiihii, and eiiu do good work again." For weak, sore or dasBased lungs, Coughs and Colds, lleinorrhaircs, Hay Fever, LaOrippe, Asthma or any iironchial affection it stands unrivaled . I'ricc 50o aud 1 00. Trial bottle free. Sold and guaranteed by All Druggists. James Carter and wife were Brighnm visitors Monday. Mrs. T. E. Seerist of Farm ington is visiting relatives here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood. A fine daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood Monday evening. Every thing lovely. Fred Manning came in from his ranch al Blue Creek Monday and spent Tuesday forenoon in cutting the lawn around liis residence. He went hack to the ranch Tuesday evening. In buying conirh medicine don't be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Kern ed v. There is no danger from it, and relief is sure to follow. Kspeclally re commended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by All Dealers Peter Klein of Salt Lake, is here for a few days. He is the fellow that repairs stoves and makes "old ones new." Get your stove fixed now, as he only comes once a year. When the digestion is all right, the action of the bowels regular, there is a natural craving for food. When this is 'ackingyou may kuo.v that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs, improve the appltitc and regulate the bowels. Sold by All Dealers. Tuesday Mrs. Mantina Jen sen came back from attending the Keller family reunion at Mink Creek and Dr. Win. L. Rich returned Tuesday evening from Paris, Idaha, where he went to attend a reunion of the Rich family. Granulated Sore Eyes Cured. "For twenty years I suffered from a bad case of granulated sore eyes," says Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1903, a gcntlemnn asked me to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought one box aud used about two-thirds of it and my eyes have not given me any trouble since. M This salve is for sale by All Dealers. PEACH DAY, Brigham. Sept, 15, this year. Reduced rales will be made via Oregon Short Line Train Schedule and rates will he announced later. a2S si 1 A-Y-P Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. .'18.30 from (Jutland to Seattle and re turn; on sale dally couimencinu: June lit. Ask agents for further part iculars. MyMOctl mmmmmm MaMOasSBN M. aaavaSBSSHBI mm mm SaaSBBBMJ BMaMSBSBSBI Ul aHMiBaiHHHVHHHIHMIHiBBHMMMMMaHaHMMMHMBniHiaiMHBiMMMKaHakuaHa University of Utah, s ' utakheC ly THE HEAD OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OF UTAH. 4 SchOOlS H'rte0:.; $l5.00 Laboratory Equipm- h.t i ci i- i ii cs u i e mant Most ot the apparatus, machinery, State Normal School, or the School of merit n , .. ' , ' " x. .i di. L i i e k- i nll(' tools, etc., are new and or the Education, the State-School of Mines, and v begt a School of Medicine are emhraced hy the 11.. of utah. Co-Educational 35,T aa fAnawtmAnlft Including aamitteu to Ow UOparllllOlllw t h e De- ttM departments. The Dean of Women looks partmentof Law which is part of the School after the welfare of the young women of Arts and Sciences. students. 125 Instructors, Strange, is it NftftJS ates of the greatest Universities of this us go away to school when students come country and Europe. from the East and the North and the South, 1 618 StudOnfiSu1Ucluding fh! and the far "onntrien of the earth to attend 1909. With the children of theaining the f Utfth- School, more than 2,000 young people Particulars liegistratiou of stu received instructions in the University dents, Sept. 16th, buildings last year. 17th, and 18th. Fee $10.00. After the 18th, $860 OOO I" CHJIDinCnt tec $12.00. Regular work begins September ini 1, wi ZZL uLnMmmm c 20th. Inquire of local agents for railroad Embraces 10 brick and stone buildings, 92 r1 . acres of grounds and other University rates- Catalog, Picture Bulletin, and eom- s property. I ploto information sent free upon request. Address: U NIVE RSITY OT UTAH, SALT tAKE CITY - UTAH . bum m ii ii ! Our Advance Shipment A I of Tall Suits fiwh I is here and they are the best values S& H we ever received for the money. jffl igj H It will pay you to call and see them S 1 j M BEFORE YOU BUY 10 I Buy your Suit HERE so you can 1 jit H see how it Fits and Looks. Don't 1 f If H guess at it and be Disappointed VJS H when it comes. feD B SLAUGHTER SALE! I of all our High Grade Ladies' Utz & Dun and Gent's H Harlow Oxbloods and Tan Oxfords. H The best shoes ever offered in the Bear River Valley for tho money. M Men's $4.00 Oxfords Now $3.00 I 3.00 2.25 I Ladies' $3.50 " Now $2.90 I 3.00 2.25 I Boothe Merc. & Produce Co., I Where You Get The Best. I Seared With A Hot Iron, or -i.iMnl by overt urncd kettle cut with a knife bruised by slummed door - injured by gun or in any other way the tiling needed at ouce is Uuckleu'a A in 1-4 Salve to subdue inllammatlon and kill the paiu. It's earth's supreme healer, infallible for Hulls, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25c at All Druggists. A-Y-P Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. $38.30 fiom Garland to Seattle and return; on Sulc daily commencing June 1st. Ask agents for further part iculaw. My29-Oct2 THE WORLDS BflEITEST SEWING MACHINE if it :( A V ' ' - ' If you wnnli -it lift a Vihrntlnu S tin i lie, Itotury SliiillK'ij,- uHiiikIi Jhi cud clttintUitch h Wlug M.i. 1. 1 n wi in- to THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Orange. Mass. Many rev ihk id it hine arc mtnlc to i:ii reB.irtllcs.s ol quality, Inn ihe Krw Home i . inude to wear. Our Kuaiunty i rti runs out Mulil by aullliirltnl .l.lll.-rn out. SALI av E. E. Brenkmann, Tremonton, Utah. would be pleased to Dave our read ers, and the public generally, tend In auck Items of news as may come under their observation, sach as births, deaths, marriages, goings and comings, etc. Many things transpire that we may over look, hence we ask you to assist us in this matter that w. may be able to pub lish a i.i. the news. TlTTpllT'!TaluTu77ll77unlrtM.or M ra. B I h'htriuvtwuTr.RL I raport on pataatauUltr. ALL vaMM aThtOTLV ooirioit(i. f.ucu anaaua H uotoilyaly Bui paaaluij ralaraoiaa. SB Wldeawaaa larai-.tuia abcmltl hara oai haaifl- hook on How acoViaMawt Sail taau,1(kara. iaritlnawlUy.llowtugataparoarAa4iitkiir valoaM Information, last aWsTjSBfSMBs. m ID. SWIFT k C0.I 1501 Ssvnth St., Wasalaata., P. Cj PEACH DAY, Hrlghnin.iSept 15, this H year. Htduitd rules will be mndo via LL Oregon Short Line. Train Etehedulo LLX and rates will be announced later. n2R all Vfl Probate and Guardianship Notices, H Consult County Clerk or the respec- V-H tlvo signers for further information. wJH In the District Court of the First H Judicial District, In and for the County H of Box Elder, State of Utah H Notice to Creditors. M Estate of Joseph M. Harris, M Deceased. H Creditors will present claims H with vouches to the undersign- H ed at tho office of Nels Jenson, M in Briglium City, Box Elder- M County, TJtali, on or before the seventh dny of December, A. D. M Date of first pnlilieation Aug. M 7, A. D. UK)i). a7-s4 H Alt HAItltlS, M Adniiiiistrtttor of tlie estate of Josepli If, Harris, Deceased. Nels Jenson, H Attorney for Administrator. H fimrtsBdtnUKttlBBBVMBl Slogans I I 1 FREE Sewing Machine runs lighter than any H other. M tFRlSE lasts longer than any M other. M itwse I is more beautiful than M any other. M FREE I has last vibration M than any other. M is easier to operate M than any other. M make a more perlact M st itch than any other. M mEE i the best oi all com- H bine J in one. H mt WIN(i MACHINf GO. CHICAGO ir- - tbivttrOift- - - -I . M For Sale by H Gdiiand Merc. Co. I V ad