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|Paper||Juab County Times|
COUNTY ALL THE NEWS OF EAST JUAB COUNTY. N El VOL. 1. USING MEET- Taxation Values Ordered III CITY, UTAH FEBRUARY, LIVE STOCK ON ING HELD BY Directs Assessor to County Fair, Gravel Day, and Billiard Table Discussed. Washington, D. port at the next regular meeting; and if good support is assured by the various organizations, a mass meeting of all of the citizens of this community will be called to make active reparations for the county fair campaign. The proposition as to whether the club should install a billiard table, was discussed pro and con with great vehemence. Those favoring the projiosition,' argued, that the fact that a good game had previously been mono-olize- d by the saloon, should not bar the Club from having it, and that some form of amusement of this character was necessary for making the Club a success. Those opjKjhing, aisertcd there was no room to have it in; that inasmuch as the city council was drawing up an ordinance prohibiting the running of hx1 tables in Nephi city, it would not be proper for the Club to go counter to the The vote on the question cityresulted in a defeat of the biliard tabic proposition by a vote of 17 to 15. . - The committee on city affairs were instructed to wait on the Mayor and city council and en deavor to get a day Ret apart as a holiday to le known as "Gravel Day". This was unanimously carried. The committee on commercial affairs was instructed to investigate the railway rates by which Nephi is leing discriminated in the shipment to the Tintic district of some of its products. The freight rate on hay from Utah and Juab counties is ..the same, while Juab county has hundred more on to pay 10c grain and iotatoes. The board of directors have ordered shipjed back all of the music rolls for the pianola, and a lot of new ones have leen pent for. A committee on fraternal affairs was appointed composed of Alma Hague, L. H. Dunnfng, and J, W. Whit more. r C, February vide an amusement hall where enjoy games and i ports can cd. A. V. 10 HE WINS The members of the Governor's club with their wives and lady friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Henriod last Sat- Supreme Court Decides The regular urday evening. business meeting took place, Juab Go. Mill and after which games and a program was rendered. Luncheon was Eleir. Co. Judgment of served by the hostess Mrs. Henriod at 11:30, and a very enjoy able time was had. ! rs nst Lower Court Affirmed. 1st. The United States Thomas Fass, Wm. Nephi, l Census Bureau is making extraDavid Evan the Morgan, Tuesday Cazier, evening Sunday ordinary preparations to ascerIn an opinion handcl down by tain the approximately exact Harris, Alphus Miller, Elisha School superintendence of the the supreme court 'Friday, the Russell, Thos. Ingram, W. C. Second ward tendered Roy Pay k number and value of rendered by the dis judgment form throughout the different on a Shrrw very pleasant surprise party in Sr., the ranges in the United Andrews, Samuel counties of the state than hereN. C. Lund. James Carter Sr., honor of his retirement fi..n the trict court of Juab county in the on April 15 next, the date tofore. Formerly, it was a com- States Robert Beagley. superinlendency. Th? alVair ivn? er.so of A. V. Hague against the k of the inventory, as mon practice for assessors of Juab County Mill end Elevator heldintlvs It 'lief lull, an t Thomas Levan, some counties to place a low val- required by the act of Congress Peter A. Ilofheins. good );; rani was :vn-- company, appe'lant, was affirmeue on migratory stock in order to providing for the Thirteenth 1 '.'rod: Mona, Edward song, by th'-- ga ts; piij er dlought n. Decennial Census. to them have owners IIencourage Hague filed suit to enjoin the Thompson. by Jesse Pay: voo.il eUiohi v. ere Fearful that for one reason or Eureka. Ilobt. assessed in these Frank Canity, Fred Sundell, given by W. II. and Bertha Ba) ivy, company from maintaining a k the raisers v counties. The following reasons another Sister.--- v.c;l solo. water flume in front of his be deterred from freely Edward Hanks, James Morgan. and the Sparry in for a raise in values are made by mayand II. A. James Nephi J. H. Foley, were changing it Christensen; stating the number and value JacoL Williams, the state board: made G. Ord. and ko that it would b? three and a S. John by Roe, Roy Christensen, Pay, of their holdings, the Census "The board desires to work in Bureau i.s Bishop Parkes; vocal solo, Wm. half feet higher in front o hi:? E. L. Thomas, Wm. Homer. unusual exerting Sells. Games and refreshment? property than it had been thopre- of the officials with the harmony efforts to assure the ranchmen Mammoth, John Betts, David various counties of the state to and farmers, "topied out'' the evening making ions forty .. ears. The lower court of the Mikesell, Al Fatten. especially it a very successful affair. granted the injunction and the the end that a just and equitable western range states, that their Silver City, -- J. M. Taylor. c u n puny appealed. As no prejud- assessment shall le made, and ipterests, whether ersonal or kal error was committed by the that once it is made, will not be corj)orate, can not possibly . be would impair, if not wholly dc lnver court, the judgment was make for lxiard to this necessary affected in any way by their affirmed. the The scientific Annual stroy, the efficiency will necessitate dancing parly changes that frank and full disclosure of The opinion of the' suprem?" Census work. ; S far a of the- - Stake- Sunday School labor and expense of a readjust their possessions. the k was written by Justice concernis will cmrt Board census be held this Accordment of the tax rolls. evening The information gathered by the Frick and concurred in by Chief the at the A ed, bureau, fair, following Arlington pavilion. ingly we have to suggest that Census Office is held strictly and Justice unbiased Justice of and ladies will methods, impartial, serve Straup bevy follows: young live stock be assessed as confidential not only in respect Tribune as a the and quickly person, separates reception committee, range sheep, $2.50 per head; to the fact that under no circumrange cattle, $14.C0 per head. stances is it ever imparted to firm, coriHiration from the facts a jolly good time is anticipated. Mr. ami Mrs. Josiah Black-hcHorses at their cash value, which any one not connected with the furnished, and private or coror- f I'cn.ni announce the with ate connection in identity we think should be higher than Census Office, but in respect Leva ii Notes. for census remains data of tluir daughter muring.' last year, graded according to to its ever leing given to any any i'ot rri fit Irtit' j !! to John W Carter of value. Milch cows not less than other branch of the Government. ever sealed and sacred in the Kth-great safes of the Census Nephi, the ceremony to be perThursday Feb. 10, the heme c f twenty dollars per head. We reASSURANCE in formed SECRECY OF the Manti Office". new our suggestions of last year temple Mr. and Mrs. James N. Morgan on February 2"Jrd. A large wed- was made happy by the arrival to the effect that blooded live " In liehalf of the Census TUB DIRECTOR'S REPORT ding reception will be tendered of a baby girlstock be assessed for what it is Bureau", today said Assistant I'M)'-In his for annual the young couple at the home of report worth. Friday Mr. Ivan C. Dalby and Director William F. Willoughby. to Dethe of the Nagel, bride's Secretary next Friday, jKirents " Frank I can give as positive assurance Tajlor made a trip to "The lxard desires to especial of Commerce and February 25th. partment Frovoto so th;' basket ball game ly emphasize the necessity of as- of the confidential treatment Iabor, Census Director Durand played between the B. Y. U. sessing the full number of all of information called for by the stated : team andthe U of U. team. They k live stock. According to the best questions in the genThe memlx?rs of the Ladies' is census act thirteenth "The returned home Monday morning information obtained by this eral agricultural schedule a 1 more club are busy plann for the than Literary that specific had a delightful time. board, it has lcen customary to could if a confidence were to be Twelfth Census with for their big oi l fashinne.l having ing respect A car of wh" at was loaded by me iersonally and assess the farmer or other small imjiosed to jcnalties upon supervisors, party t be given in the Ostler A. Christensen Bureau The Census home Saturday to be owners having stock at privately. or other employees building on Washington's birthenumerators, collecis concerned in the to the Nephi Milling Co. shipped only with every animal he osvns, but to who disclose information which day- They have extended an and tion statistical of publicatiou allow the stockmen with cattle or Funeral services were held secure, or wh-- i make false invitation to the memliers of the afternoon over the re horses on the range to escajie facts. The spirit of every act they Sunday returns. While there is no evi Commercial Club and their wives Hans C. Norgaard who mains of with an assessment of from 2o to of Congress providing for vari uence that employees r,t the and a few others making it a died 50 er cent of his actual numlier, ous decennial censuses has been, morning of old age. Friday Census Bureau in the past have select affair, and esjiecially The sKke at the meetand the sheep men with from f0 and is, that the information as to following guilty of improj-e- disclosure urge all to come in costume. Neilson and E- C. Elders to 80 percent This is manifest- individuals, firms, and color- of information J. ing. old fashknid dress, whethAny possibly. except, is to Ik; given inviolable W. Peterson. Mr. Norgaard was ly wrong to the small owner, a ations in a very few cases- - these more er it be of 10 or J) years ago. March G, 182? In Visborg, born well as to the owners of other secrecy. It is as much privileged sjiecific provisions for penalties colonial. Grecian, or any other Denmark. information as that by and the as inasmuch imparted Emigrated to Amerproperty, are highly advantageous, ai - will do. The club will serve to a a client a Has resided in this 1877. in ica in this by of the patient hands lawyer, only remedy the census law requires light refreshments, and the to Utah. He fince board is to increase or decrease to a physician, by a dying man though coming persons interrogated to furnish proceed will !: for the lrnefii ('are 10. Feb. Lto ven and died BH0, a thus lieing cannot minister. It years by classes, enlarging the information called for on the of the city park. Ticket h will of age. He leaves one daughter perpetuating the injustice already foe imparted to another branch of duly authorized schedules, re 7.V. Mrs. Trcna Larson three grand-'- i done, we urge you to see to it the Federal Government, no liance for prompt and accurate how done informais tho much origihis and a b'st of friend. matter the that justice by returns must re t largely im"'i nal assessment by the county tion may lc desired. No court the ccning (M"nday) the good will of those making e f board of equalization. i ea;er visited the home ever has or ever will ignore this the returns. . gnm .Mnnilae?u-ersU. C. T. The of inemlieni the Mr. and Mrs. Junes Warlock "We affirm that it is a com- 'immunity' from tcrsonal r larmcrs, anl oihers will not Club mvt at ln0 hme fjf t involvement i i r business i i .1 ?rrl took their olden .'.Mieplie-no isc lose i ne nceot'ii ini'i rii.it eo Mav ll'Mhi ias i. . i paratively easy matter for the even iv for in information return who v. as ju.-- t past b requirF.idrcd, y unless they feel assured tl,3t it ing, isnd were county assessors to have accur ed cn- Census United States the ; of Srx by Croup was the year will be treated in Mrict cnfi iteitained at an old fashioned ate knowledge of these; facts and To ; do The particoth?rwi.', hi. of death. inquiries. dence. The Census Bureau ex- candy pull, A portion of the cvjmi to make an assessment, if they wiil funeral of the le an ulars will only get out of the habit of ists solely for the collection of evening wan in reading sqnt i 1.1 :er. n i:.'." allowing the owners of live stock general statistics, anI is not and, The Udy of the Decoration." Tiie tch'ls will celebrate to dictate their own numbers. sossment remain 1k an instrument for, The next regular Hireling of th" th? should not practically We call attention t- - th? fact same from year to year, and the disclosing the affairs of indivi- - flub wiil l held tt the home of WfiAlungt y, l.lrtiiday Monday rthooi building. that last year the valuation loard calls attention to the fact dual tie rsons, firm.-- , or corior j Miss Helci flrace. The follow i.ext in the E IaohI Chri; tensen tok two placed upon K-e- varied in dif- that burdens of city, county ;'d at ions. Returns made by thcjjng were present Monday even of Ihe Z C, M. I. drummers down case r,o inm Mesdanit-Florence Lunt. ferent counties from ?1.03 to state entailed by reason of nec Census Bureau are in Millard C. this morning, into f 5.25 per colony, and recommend essary public improvements, in- published in such a way as lof Emily Memmott. J. F. (fniM, . of a uniform valuation creased population, th" demand identify the business oerations. ,. (, Crawford, I iii.se Vickers. (Tuesday). Swine varied from $2.42ter hea for improved and enlarged cd i of individual persons C'rconcerr.s, 'Charles lcnimott of Scipie; Mi.-- s Lillif Moss is home from in one county, to SO 01 in anoth- catir,al facilities .etc., can orfy nor are they disclosed to any Mi ses Lulu and tWtna Mc I'hei- - Salt Lake City visiting with her ande from employees f f ' soo, Ix'ttie Jenkins, Helen parents Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Moss. er, and we rt commend a valu- Ik; met by a reasonable and leg- en-oation of four dollars and upward. itimate increase in valuations the bureau itself not even to Grace, The following are tie? Mr. Lindcy Jennings returned of other th'; of officers the t hom? a club; presiden'. fr m G unnisin last week. departments "Ileal estate has very mater Iloal estate fhnrjM !;ar (' of j to bureaus other or eminent M vice a Es t h e r Fow le r has moved Iblen both r s. Grace; president, ially increased in value through! share of this increase, Commerce of the Louie Nellie d ns Department to Murray where &he will make Housen; secretary, out the state the past three farm and fruit lands, ar and Labor." Allen. her future horn j. years, yet the schedules for as - jnty pro(K?rty. The State board of equalization have decided that they are going to have values of land, and other property, more uni- 15, 1910. k, live-stoc- live-stoc- Slu-rwood- 1 J d - low-val- ue live-stoc- resr-dem- : - s , - live-stoc- k- live-stoc- Mc-Cart- -- ni 1 - live-stoc- uj-o- n r ast - ; - s I s 1 n -- A movement is on foot to pro March HOME. Nephi Society. - Raise Values. live-stoc- One of the most rousing meet ings that the 'Commercial Club has held for a long time took place Tuesday evening. The matter of holding a county fair this fall was thouroughly debat ed and it was unanimously de cided to have the president appoint a committee to wait on the board of county commissioners, the city council, The Ladies' Literary club, the farmers, the the association, dairymen's and other School, organiHigh zations to ascertain what assistance could le expected, if the Club should push the undertaking. The committee will re- Vic-ke- to Census Enumerators. IN EVERY NO. District Clerk Thos. W. in the presence of County Treasurer T. H. G. Parkes, and TL. Foote, County Attorney last Friday, drew the following venire of petit jurors to serve rt the March term of the district court which convenes here Treatment of the Answers State Board Equalization READ 18. 11)10. Jurors Drawn for March Term of District Court. RANGES. Raised CLUB. IMES YOUK AD IS -- y.