Court Proceedings. County IO OE Mr. E. W, Dunn appeared and re pre nled liiat in 1M SOW Here-- in Sec. , Tlxs Board of Conoty ConwinlAiHn met iu regular session Marrh 4tk, 1907. Board present .1. P. Christ mini supervisor of were assessed to Win. l.oveland and that Mid land had heen sold to tin Probate Judge for taxes, and asked that sime be ordered or declared erroneously Manilla District, appeared ami Mked per k lid oi a quit claim deed be Up mUsion to use poll tax to make :i ilrain on moti in of .Mr. liar: said pr perty was through county road, upon motion of declared erroneously s Id. ( hairuiau Vali ntlne laid request was re Resignation of Milo M. Gardner a ferred to Commissioner Hurt with power road supervisor of Dewejrvlile District 10 act. presented and upon motion of Chairman The petition of II. ('. K. Hanson ami WHiOBOf Mr. (.pt,.(J Vaflim: r an appropriation of JIJOO to gravel road for 30 rods south from the uorthwest corner of Sec. 18, T. 11, N. R o:hersaskiu-fo- was referred side of Sec. vestigatiou to Messrs. Hart and Adams, Hyrnm Cbristensen appeared regard ing the road which had heen opened and ask thrtugh his land on Sec. ed that settlement therefor be made. Ac tion deferred. Hewltt Tolman appeared and asked that his license for peddling merchandise be remitted for one year. Upo:. motion of Chairman Valentine the application for in -3 iO-1- 1-8 was granted. Henry Seager. county Fish and Game Warden. appeared and made report of the condition of the fish and game iu the county and asked that Die Board take action In having screens put iu the where water is conducted through pipe for power purposes. Upon motion of chairman Valentine the county Attorney was instructed to edict Box Elder County's portion of usee for 1905-- 0 and also to collect taxes ou transient stock, sheep, etc., which was assessed iuUox Elder county. The clerk's, recorder's and sheriff's of fees collected during February and the auditor's report of incidental off- ice expenses, upon motion of Mr. Hart were accepted. Judge Maui; han appeared and asked for a typewriter's desk, a table for the judge's ohamher and for a bookcase on the bench and for a change in the desk on the bench A letter from the President & Secretary of the Often & N. W. R. R. Co., accept ing the franchise granted by Box Elder county , was read and ordered recorded and filed. j 1 ex-repo- Notice To rt Fruit Growers. I'pon motion of Mr. Hart the parsonage of the M E. chiuch was held to be subject to taxation. The bonds of Dav id S. Tracy, Peter ( , Jensen and Win. V Bowen were approv Notioe To Contractors. the BEST and most fashionable to be beginning at 1 o'clock, p. m. sharp, the following property 20 head consisting of 2 good saddle horses. work horses, mares and colts. 15 white oats, one sad- set work harness, 1 set single harness, 13 wagon, 1 surrey, 1 light buggy 1 spriog wagon. dle, 1 1- -4 We shall take pleasure in your ing them on. DO CAN FISHBURN'S ALWAYS BEST AT o Table. 3 Bedsteads and Springs, 8 Dressers, 3 1 Stoves. Couch, 1 Cupboard, Chairs, Carpets and other Heating articles to numerous to mention. 1 TERMS OF SALE. On all sums of $10.00 and over, a credit of eight months will be given on approved note drawing eight percent interest. Five per cent discount for cash on time sales. I homer, Clerk. W. I. W y all, Proprietor. Joseph Josephson S N Cole Christena Madson Nephi J Valentine. B. C. Call Melvin Nebe er Attorney A full line of Groceries at reasonable Prices. YOU Willard W Maughan. Dist Atty F J Holton. Chairman County Com. A W Valentine. M B Hart Co Commissioners D E Adams Sheriff Treasurer Recorder Cler try- Surveyor Assessor o ONE PRICE AND THAT THE LOWEST. D o Stores at Brifidiam and Tremonton. so Justice of Peace Elias Jensen A E Jensen Andrew Fun Constable Charles Cheal School Supt COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH. Chairman A. W. Valentine, Dr. A. E.Rich, M. B. Secretary Hart and D. E. Adams, Members. PRECINCT OFFICERS THE Wilson Lumber Co are oo oo I HAS THEM SKINNED. Have who skinned? Montgomery Ward & Company, Sears, Roebuck & Company. Who said so? YOU WILL SAY SO. i Just bring their catalogues to Our Store and compare prices on more than one hundred different articles, and if your catalogue price is not beaten, the Manager will go out and buy a SACK OF CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN. We want you to come to Our Store once, compare prices and if our goods and prices are not right, we will "tap" the till. i 00 guarantee to deliver the goods on the spot. There is no waiting, no paying the money three weeks before you get the goods. We also We also P8SC1B&T JUSTICE CONSTABLE Box Elder James Knud-soC. P. Nelson Three Mile Alma Iverson Brig. Nelson Mantua N. C. Jeppeson C. A. Anderson Calls Fort W. W. L&Auy E. Hunsaker Deweyvllle R. N. Gardner B. J. Record Collinstou Hyrum Jensen J, R. Standing Bearer Dam C. J. Elmer Wm. F. Bowen Bear River A. E. Holmgren H.PThorsen Maniia E. It. Sherman Chas Kroksh Sunset H. C. Yanausdelu T. E. Seorist Riverside L. H. Kcnnard .las. O. Smith T. F. Coombs Job Welling Fielding E. R. Hadley Sylvester Owens Malad E. U. Rudd J. Null Plymouth Hans Knudson Gihbs E. J. Portage R. W. Adams T. W. Sandal Rawlins Promontory Geo. N. House Chas Stokes Curlew C. W. Robbing A.L.Peterson Park Valley D. Hirschi J. A. Eckersley F. Hylaud John Nilsson Clear Creek 0. D Mclntire C. L. Kempton S. Babbitt Junction T. H.Blackburn Jr. H. C. Yates Grouse Creek Phil Paskett C. C. Toyne guarantee, out of our small profit, to pay our share of the taxes, to help build churches, help to make to bad roads better, and last, but not least-he- lp to and more build educate your children by helping better school houses and help to pay the teachers. oo Have you ever seen a Sunset? beautifully illustrated monthWest ly magazine of the with fascinating short stories, picA Will Any Catalogue House Do the Same? wide-awak- OO if Wilson Lumber Company, TREMONTON. Roth Phones, No. desturesque personal cription of the interesting development of the West, and the romance and history of the wonderland of the earth Ask your local newsdealer for eurrcnt issue or send 11.50 for year's subscription. The book, "Road of 120 beautia Thousand Wonders." ful western views in four colors will be included tree. point-of-vic- SUNSET 11. MAGAZINE FLOOD BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. Job Printing for Every HOUSEHOLD GOODS: One Range, G LONGLEY HAT. c District Peter Clegg. Judge 1st Judical District They are most becoming to the wearer and very durable in quality. "WHERE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." head Pigs. 400 bushels good HATS LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. HOGS: head Brood Sows, LONG LEY at our store and be convinced that we are in G8TTHE HARDWARE BUSINESS.Lumber and all kinds of Building Material at the head Good Milch Cows, 5 half blood Jersev Heifers; 4 IN 1 W S Hansen Representative BOX ELDER COUNTY Call COWS: 9 NEW SPRING STYLES rior makes. : HORSES: John c cutler. State Senator You will bear close inspection in a , Tuesday, March 26, 1907, had, and they cost no more than infe- as- In style they are LEADERS. n Having sold my interest in the butcher business to E. M. & H. W. Wyatt, I will sell at Public Auction in Tremonton on We have just received a complete sortment of WE CAX FIT YOU. ... Public Sale. ATS. Crosset Shoe for Men. the C. P. School House Shoe for Children are all Bids will be received until 8 o'clock p. m., Saturday. March 80, 1907, by the Twn Council of Tiemonton for the furnishing of material and building a locked. lfi by 21 feet in size, nine feet hig.i, Communication from J. W. Betteridgc up with two cells. Specifications may be regarding road matters was referred to seen at the office of t tie city clerk, th clerk for reply. Utah. Commu ideations from M.Saunders re The council reserves the right to reject lative to road matters of Cnllinston Dis any or all bids. Irlct, and from K. James relative to road Gkohok Snt'MAN, matters in Park Valley District, were re- Citv Clerk. R F Meldrum Charles S Tingey. Secretary M A Bredden. Atty. General Auditor J A Edwards. James Christiansen Treasurer of Public Instruction Supt. A C Nelson. Ford Shoe for Women and the Bed Now h? the time to put your orchards iu a healthy condition. Cut out all dead wood. Prune your apple trees well so that you can properly spray them. All old apple trees are covered with insect pests and must be cleaned up. Spray them right away with the lime and sulphur solution. All orchards infested with twig borer or any other insect pett should be sprayed before the buds burst. Please take4!otice that we are going to enforce the law. W O. Knudson, County Tree Inspector. and ordered tiled, Marshall STATE SHOES. . An opinion from the county attorney regarding the tax on parsonages was read Treasurer Governor Tie SBWatland. George Shuman. John Shuman. cler As we are showing nothing hut the Newest Fashions, the Price will catch your eve, the Quality of the Goods, your Taste. Come and let us show you. The Town Board advertise this week for bids for the erection of a lockup in which to incarcerate who get caught bv the marshal. For our part we can not see that there is a very great necessity for such a build- ing, and We believe that the 111011 ey could be more wisely spent just now in putting our streets in a more passable condition, but if the Council will get to WOrk and enforce the sidewalk ordi- nances and fix up the crossings We think nobody Will kick very hard against the building of a lockup. Then when it IS built let the marshal bestir himself and arrest those who deserve ar- rest and perhaps the fines will pay the interest on the cost of the jail which is about as much as is ever realized or can be pected. But fix up the streets, lockup or no lockup. Strangers will not invest much money here as long as the highways are in the condition they have been in for the past six weeks. We have here the beginning of the largest town in the Bear River Valley, anaJ a Illtie energy properly pended will make it the metropo lls f all this region. " " Ginghams, Washgoods, Embroideries, Laces, Spring Suitings, Waisting, Etc., law-breake- rs east Chairmanof Board, J AFishburn. E M Wyatt. Member " " " " J c Gates. " " D c Roush. It will be an Easy Matter to Select the Latest Styles in road Official Directory. TREMOXTOX Are Arriving Every Day. . district during early spring when the ma terial is in the best condition, and when OB SO New Goods for Spring lipervhor of sakl dutrit.t. djolirl)(.d for ,w0 weeks. S. W., upon motion of Chairman Yalen tine was granted. Mr, Hansen also ask- ed that the road grader be used in his be can get poll tax. The matter of opening the road o lu, tTpoa Marble was appointed OS body. TRY "THE TIMES For Your Job Printing, 91 OUR WORK IS GOOD C& PRICE RjIGHT. Why not have some letter heads and envelopes printed with your name, business and address on them for the use of yourself and family? Wc can furnish them at very little more than the blank ones would cost and they look mm. b uic-er- . Call in when in town and let ua show you samples and tell you the cost. TlIH TlMKK, . rtrvr.