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The Tremcnt Times. TREMONTON. BoX ELDER Town Locals. E. A. Harris of Garland, was ton caller Monday. J Win. Davis made a business trip to a this week. Bora Og-- d to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meld rum a daughter. All parties doiug nicely Com me mora tin a America's Thrm Hnnrirerith Anniversary. thereof. btuuteas trip to Briguain Tuesday. Harry lloyd of Oar laud, was a Tre Ronton caller Friday. Tim Covert of Colliaaton, was a caller her Friday. it ordained by the Town Trustees Of all exhibitions held in the United of the Incorporated town of Treuiontoa, States since the Philadelphia Centennial I' tab; in 175. the Jamestown Se :f iju 1 Th it said Tiu .teas d e i her J to be held on the shores ami waters of; by levy a tax aid provide for ibe assessHumph. ii Roads, near the cities of Nor hereinafter j inent upon the real property folk. Portsmouth aud Newport News, Va described abutting ou both sides of .Main April 26 to Nov. 30, 1907, is to be the St. from the west side of 1st east street to moat unique, and iu originality and uuvtbeO. 8.L.R. Track, the samu being eity will completely eclipse all previous' paving and curbing District No. 1 , in Expositions. Tremoutou, Box Elder County, Utah. The celebration commemorates tbe j Said tax is levied to defray the exmost important event in history the pense of grading the sidewalks with foundiug of the first Kusilisli-speakingravel and curbing the same with lumber settlement in America, at Jamestown curbing, aud it is hereby adjudged, de Smith John in where 1607, Va., termJoed and established that the grad-anCaptain a small party of colonists established I ing aiuj ouruing 0f said sidewalks on a village from which has grown America, ,ai(j street will thereby benefit the prop-witnearlv one hundred million popula- - ertv abutting thereon and hereinafter tton. The celebration will show the re described, to the full amount of the position attained by the United mated cost thereof. . States ia history and education, together .nnrtv is ,., .... MHClwwi at au with the marvelous industrial developequal and uuiforui rate in accordance ment aud commercial expansion during with the linear foot frontage upon said three hundred years. Contemporaneous said Street. of portion The cost and expense of making said If you want a good Heater get a Cole's Improvements is estimated at iiO cents Hot Blast of Stohl Bros, at Tremouton. per liuear foot abut, ing ou said portion Johnnie get your gun at Wilson's 10 of &M Slmjl. and lh(. tax hereby levied off on guns this week. is &nC ,0 to ttJjSessej upon said property FOR SALE Mammoth Bronze J 30 cents per linear foot abutting on said Street; aud the said Treasurer is hereby Turkeys. 7.00 per trio. II. M. Holler. flood Cider Apples At 20c. a bushel, authorized aud directed to assess said property and to colcet said tax in accord.uldress C. G. Aduey Coriune, Utah. ance ith the provisions of this ordinance Stohl Bros, are selling all kinds of f for the purpose herein mentioned. Good Luck Ranges, They always give The property hereby assessed coneists atisfaction. of the following described lots and pieces Wilson Heaters are the best. See of ground, to wit; Ail of Lots and Blocks them and you will buy no other. They Beginning at O.S.L.K. R. l'rack; Tbeuc are at the Hardware Store. East to 2nd. West , then Lobt7 to 18 Blot-Beans! Beans!: Beans!!! lbs 25c. 131b Block 8, Lots 10 to I, Lota 7 to--43 Hard50c. nrbsffltrtlWlhs W.frat Block 9, on North Side of Main Street. ware Stoic. to And Lots 1 to 7 Block 10, Lots laud 11 Lots 1 to 12 aud Block 12, Block 16, Buy a Majestic Range. It will last a life time. Stohl Bros, at Tremouton Lot 1 Block 13, thence to R. K. TrucX ou South side of Main Street, as the same have them. appears and are shown ou the official For Sale Full Blooded White map of said Town. All of which propBoosters. Two miles south of erty is iu Box Eldr County, State ol Tremonton at J. B. Vance. Utah. - Mr. E. M. Wyett has been list, but is on the improve. Mrs. E. A. Kent baa beu list for a few days, but U on the kick on the sick now much bet- ter. Thomas K. Thomas father of .Mrs. F. A. Cook, came up from Brigham Mor. day and returned home the same day. Mr. Felix Zesigcr was on the sick list last week , but Is now able to attekd to business again. Chas. Vaile, Fire Chief of Salt Lake City, is spending a few days in Tremon-tothis week. D. 8. Lour and wife have moved into tbe owtns building oa the corner of Main and Second Fast Jaeob Hoerr is delivering potatoes in Tremontoo and Garland at 75c a hundred pounds. Mr. Hoerr had a crop and of good quality. e John Owens of Garland, was in Tremonton looking after his property. He Is having his building on Main St. fired tip for a residence . H. C, Vauausdeln and Harry Boyd re- turned home last week from Twin Falls, Idaho. Mr. Vanausdeht has a two hundred acic farm four miles from that place. II. L. Flstaburn Jr. and wife of Brig-baand Mn. Laura Smith of Smith field were Visitors at tbe Flsbburns' oveHfcra day. The cloud lias passed away and the Star appeared, hut there seems to be soum contention over the rightful owner thereof. Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Vanausdeln of Garland, accompanied by Bert Gem me! and A. K. Rosebery of California, called at the Times office Tuesday. NOYKMHER 1".. 19JC County Court A ordinance levying a tax upon the property ahuttiug in both sides of Main st. from tfc west sid of ut east to the O.S.L. R. Track, fur the purpose of providing foe the grafting and curbing Be Mr. and Mm. O. M. Winzeler made a XTY, I'TUU THURSDAY. An Ordinance. Greatest Of Expositions Tremon COL" . j K te 1 1 Wy-ando- a No 38 HI Morton, Proceedings sHow Is This For Utah? Parma, Colo. Oct.. 25 1WKS. Petitions Presented and Appropriations Made fo Graveling Highways. -- Box Elder County's Mr. Karl Spalir Morton, III., ear Sir: perous Farmers and Their Croat Crops. We are having very cold weather now. Yesterday morning it was 10 below xero. Roardof County Commissioners met regular session November 7th. Messrs. Valentine and Jones present. Mr. James Dean of Illinois,- who owns a farm three aud miles west of f We had from one to two feet of snow one-hal- last Sunday aud .Monday Well Karl, as I intend to move u Utah Mrs. Minnie M. Scbow appeared and in a trick Or two aud go to farming. I asked that N . C. O. Scbow be given a will give you an order for a set of hjavy monthly allowance. Upon motion Chr work harness to be sent to Tremont, I t. V ' mi ...... ... 1 all are family and enjoytug good atcu lroin .ov. 1st to Mav 1st lUOi health. John It Horse pool nail supervisor apI). J. Arkerman. peared and stated that some parties had The above is from the Morton News. conducted water through culverts SCTOSS 111. While our friends In Colorado are the road and that those culverts were walking iu one and two feet of snow rutted and desired to kuow if the county w ith the thermometer 10 below zero, we would repair them. It was m )ved that people of Utah are blessed with warm such water parties conducting through and sunny weather such as our farmers culverts keep the same in repair. Upon need to do their work which is progress potion of Com. Hart the sum of ISO. 00 ing nicely. The ones with small farms was appropriated to complete the gravel- have their work done and are making ing of road between salt works aud from f4.00 to rt.0O a dsy ) cl in Track as petitioned by Mr. Horse-poo- l those with large farms. In another week or two the crops will all he in, out of the wu-01 11,0 feezing weatner wnen ,i Brigham Jensen appeared and asked MrAckerman is using good 00 to grade for au appropriation of in Judgement coming to this the best toad in south end of Box Elder District. west. vauey in toe The said sum was upon motion appropri. James II. Hess appeared and asked for an appropriation of IAO0. 00 to gravel roads in Fielding District; matter defer cd until next meeting. Communication from J. J. l.arkins regarding the furrow he was instructed to and Battle-Snakplow between passes, and asked that road be made pas sable. Upon motion the sum of $400.00 was appropriated to make dugway bee hog-bac- tween said passes. Communication from Epb. Hansen re- gardingthe tilliug the uew bridge and fbuiidwrffa uew bridge in Beaver Dam Precinct was presented and upon motion of .Mr. Jones $65.00 was appropriated to grade to bridge. Mr. Hansen was. authoto Logan and get plank. rized to j-- The sum of $19.92 was appropriated to the treasurer to apply on the taxes of , Mrs. Wright, A. P. Abrabamsco and Mrs. Albert Warren. Peter (larber, a farmer living one half mile north of town, shelled aud delivercd 8,000 bushels of his new crop of corn for 36 cents, delivered at the elevator, This com made an average of 5 bushel per acre. He has contracted tbe entire crop off of 100 acres more at 8 cents for November delivery. He is a careful farmer and says this price iu November is better than 40 cents iu April. The above is from the News, Morton, III. and shows a very large yield aud a good price. Fifty six bushel to the acre at 86 cents makes 20.16 per acre for the crop. Now figure the cost of getting this crop, also the interest on the value bf the laud and you will not have over 0.00 an acre uct. How many of our Utah farmers would lie satisfied to go East and farm after getting frmn 20. to $50. an acre profit off their land, and this land is no higher than that in Illinois. Figures won 't lie, we have the best val ley In the world. - that yielded 92 H. M. Holler raised i)0 bushels of barley to the acre ou his farm near Tremont aud also leslized a very large profit on a small piece of potatoes which is a great t rop In this valle) . Sommer A Son of Peur'u III. who owri a section of land here managed by Mathew Baer, had 800 acres of oats hi b av eraged more than 70 bushels to a nusnei. the acre and was sold at Had it not beeu for the unusual rains j j this year which damaged the grain crop, there Is no doubt but what at least this farm would yielded a hundred bush- - H, . v ated. cctt-- i bushels taiuitig aud sold for per bus! el. peratre Mr. G. G ttecfor Is farming the lanl and had other crop in proportion. 13 acres Bail-roa- . had one field of barley Trmoiitou, i i Pros- u. u , im. ffm rf ' j TremooU)a M purcUaw:d tn,r land In a raw state aud had to clear it from sug, brulh, plow, level and ditch fur water aud where six years ago the eouutry was nothing but sage brush and wheat grass there are now some of the (int.st farmi, u the west with large well furnished homes, good harus, machine sbeds, great staeka of hay and grain, eel- jars fuu 0f fnljt au(i vegetables and a home of a well satisfied and happy family. What more lould you ask for? iu a climate that cannot bo beat lu the west, a country .more prottc than any other, good prices for everything that la tnjfcri , and can raise anything that will We have talked with grow elsewhere. some of our farmer friends la regards to publishing the yields of the crops but they advised us uot to do so as tho people who do not know the country would not believe the truth and think wc are decieving strangers aud get them to Invest here. But we w ill say that any of the land iu this valley if properly work ed and the crop well cared for will net the farmer from $25. to $40. per acre and some has run coindderable higher. On potatoes and sugar beets the average, if the land is in proper condition, frequent ly doubles the above figures. in what Is called the Iowa String is more farmers from the East who have done equally as well as our German friends In fact MWM has uot been one single instance where a man has Come iuto the Bear River Valley and attended to business and tried to push alung but what has seen prosperity In its greatest forms. Besignation of L. H. Get, as road sup- DO Where cau I buy two good Mouse traps Tbe total amount of said tax to be so ervisor of Rawlins District was accepted YOU Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hadley and Mrs. or three dozeu clothes pins for five cents? evied and collected, at said rate per and Jacob Hoerr appointed upon motion " Where Store! at Hardware the KNOW linear foot is five buridred uiutv ihc Adams of Kvans, left Wednesday for Why of Chr. Valentine. are sold." good goods aud look the dollars after cents. was A. left W. to fiUy Ogden. Tremont Mercantile Co. Petition of Myron Richards asking for farm and stock and cook his owu grub. If you desire to see somethitg good In Section 2. That said tax levied as INCORPORATEDan appropriation of $."00. to cut down W.W. Bronson Jr. of Brigham, has Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, call at aforesaid upon said property shall become Has the most line of Gents' the hill near Malad and for graveling taken charge of the station white Mr. Stohl Bros. Furn. Store, Tremoutou, aud to be d liuqueut tbe 10ih day of Ties, Collars, Cufftj Shirts, Underware, roads. Action deferred until next meetand Mr.. Nihart are on their wedding Utah. Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Overalls, SuspendDecember, A. D. 1900. ing. tour. They will be abseat about a Silk Reefers, Ear Muffs etc. iu the ers, Oood Cider Apples At 20c. a bushel. Sections. This ordinance shall take Becoiders and Clerks report of fees city. month. Address C. G. Adney Coriune, Utah effect upon approval. collected dining the month of October J. Q. Leavltt of North Garland, was a DO There Is plenty of that good (Coal, no,) of the and auditors report of incidental expensBoard of Trustees Passed bv the Lce-vitt Tremont'-visitor Monday. Mr. YOU Lumber. Where? At Wilson Lumber Town of Tremouton, Ltah, November 9 es during October were presented and thiuks the only cure for the coal KNOW Company 's Yards, Tremontou and Bear A. I) 1900. Mr. Hoerr and Thos. Lynch havs barns upon motion accepted. problem is to move to a country where River We have the largest snd liesl assort City. . A. Fiehbura J and Is hay sbeds that they are very proud Umber. there Petition of D, It. Orblaon et si. asking plenty of ment of Ladies' Fall aud Wiutcr MillinBoard. of I believe you will find that none of Presideut You for full of. value always get your that a road be opened between sees. 29 The County Surveyor has been work to select from, to be found in the Maery wish to leave the Bear RivGermans Bros. Stohl the at Furn Store, that's and 32 and 30 and 81 T 10 R 3 was con- - lad Attest. George Shu man. Ing on our streets again and if good money we ate offeriug at great that Valley, One of the reasons for the er Valley. sidcrcd and deferred. Henry C. House! reductions. Recorder. weather holds on it is possible' we will why they sell so innny Heaters aud of farmers iu the the German success itanges. of Precinct Malad road supervisor soon have the street flxed for the rainy ap State of Utah ) FURS Our stock of Ladles' furs is United States is the fact that they have season. peared in support thereof. The"L. T. L."will meet at the M ) complete. County of Box Elder been careful to select good laud and then 2:30 E at Church, every Wednesday p. IX J. Acksrman and family arrived Upon motion of Co'm. Jones, Messrs. J. the of Recorder DO I, George Shuman, stay with It. "A rolling stone gathers m. All are cordially invited to atteud. H. BeSS and Myron Richards were authbare Friday from Moata Vista, Colo. Town of Tremonton, Utah, do hereby YOU no moss," Is a German expression so L. T. L. Sec. orized to haul gravel upon the roads in Mr. Ackcrmaa is looking for a location, while others follow booms the Gcricau KNOW certify that the foregoing is a con their respective districts upon the securand coming bere from a country where Stoves? Wellyesl Where? At the op copy of au ordinance entitled " An Ordiline We have a complete of Paints. improves his land and gets rich. there has been from one to two feet of to date (Wilson) Hardware Store. Heal- nance" ing of land from which to haul gravel a tax levying upon property Oils, Glass, Drugs, Medicine, Toilet Ar titand that $500. be appropriated to ssid beautiful fall ers aud Cook. Steel Ranges! All sizes now, appreciates abutting on both sides of Main St. from tides, Cutlery, Rubber Goods, Tobacco, districts for said purposes. r eat her we are having here. We wel- and prices. Strong Liues: Eclipse and the west side of first East to the R. R. Cigars, Stockfood, Stationery, School come Mr. Ackcrmaa and family Into our Wonder. Board adjourned for two weeks. Track, for the purpose of providing f Supplies etc Our prices are right. midst. Public Sale At E. O. Porter s the grading and curbing thereof, dnl. The Matters ( all sud be convinced. Following farm on Monday November 19th., con- - passed by the Board of Trustees of Ti That men smoke when they Mr.W . N. Cole for the Harness Dlx TREMONT MERCANTILE COMPANY. Were Taken Up In the Co. of Roy, Ut. is located in Tromonton, sistlng of live stock, implements and montoa, Box Elder Oonnty, Utah, ia n see our line of smoker's sup- On Court District household ular session November 9th. 1900. goods. taking the position formerly occupied Plie3" Anybody would. Ohio Seed FOR SMLE-E- uy 20c. a bushel. lu witness whereof I have hereunto November 7th. Oood Cider Apples-- At by Mr. Troxell. Mr. Cole will collect Potatoes at. 50 per bushel. E. K. The tobaccos are of the finest and take orders for the company, and If Addess C. G. Aduey set my hand aud a Mixed the Corporate Coriune. Utah. Utah. variety and of the moat ex In the case of Brigham vs Bligbam Brenkmann Tremonton, th ere are any who have any complaints When you sell that which is good, it Seal of Town of Tremonton, Utah, Klectric Light Co. et al. represented by pensive cure. to make call on him and be will adjust rccommeuds itself: That's why Stohl FOR SALE Good sweet cider day of November 1906. W The de H Mr. . and to counsel Cole satisfaction. for the same your plaintiff King pipes give solid comfort to (Seal.) George Shuman, anrj cider vinejrar. Call on L. H. Bros, are selling so many Bauges and fendenta counsel not present, tin notion ftf)tz Point Lookout. Utah. is stopping at the Kent Hotel. Recorder. tne old and young smoker. Heaters. to strike out certain portions of defend Lars P. Hansen and family left MonWe won't mention our cigars Have you seen the large and elegant XTFI ! SOtS Amended answer NOTICK as continued for day for Orldley , Cat. where they Iniend line of Queensware at the Hardware loespecially, but smoke one of Men snd teams to haul giav-lfurtber bearing Nov 24th. , with leave to make their future home. Mr. Hansen StoreT The goods are there, he prices our leading brands and you D. U Kouali. Ircmonton, L lati. it pays to get ) our horse shoeing done granted defendant of ton days in hirh quire of came hers about six years ago from tbe right. It will be worth your Mr bill to see will smoke no other. When you ute Stock Kood you want by a man who understands the anatomy to file brief and plaintiff have live days then drouth striken Nebraska, while he the elegant display. Is so of a horse's foot, and guarantees all his to file reply brief. to pel the bst. The International bad not luvtkUKl io any laud be did well German Services on Robert work. Call Trtmon-considered by nil Representative Stock Burgc, to coming hers. Ia tbelr uovlog away Case of J. H. Kirkhsm v. Harsh Eliz Will be held iu the Bspiiol ( hurcb ou ton, Ltah. rowers. We have a few pslls of the tf Logan & Garland, Utah. w Usvfl lost wlist Grtdlsy baa won, a jJjju, Klrkbam defendants motion to 2.30 t. M. Everybody cordiat Kood we which Sunday an Stock closing strike out and for lemporarv allmonv Prussia family honest and upright ia all things, praflJ(in) PfCjlon & Mvntpdkf, Don , t forget the hues oflice when' ally invited to atteud. (MM aud hear lb palls at K2.50 per pail. out la-- t 2j an ou aad honor hard to workers (Continued pa?e.) thrifty 'the new orator. Kcv. Thcodoie Wobuss anting job work. Tremont MorcaaUls Co- - . env -- , - It Is No Wonder j tin-9th- . w . ' 1 "rninjiltj.. - Riter Bros Drug Co.