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Beaver. Vol. XIV. ty. Utah. Friday. K- - . 1919 No OF BENEFIT - "wssnsssasssBs indefUble th and enthusiastic worker for the Arrowhead Trail, spent last Wednesday night la Cedar City, and was In conference glaring the evening with sevd cittsens, eral of our "bt some the accompltah-- t explaining ments thus far, obtained, his plant for the future and the general Importance of the great . highway or rtnrr in 11 tfc frrttnrr rnntlrnnna and the citfes forming the objectives of each end. ; , ."""Mr. Blgelow. has ipent a busy win ter and apring, lobbying traveling back and forth and boosting for appropriations and provision for (he Improvement of the road at various points. nd cornea back from the south and west with results of a most tangible nature, largely as a result of his individual effort and the help of such friends as. he has been able to enlist in the cause, he has secured appropriations for the route, running into millions of dollars, V Besides the 15,000,000 bond issue for the state, the greater por- uon 01 woicn wm oe spent rrom tne federal government, on the great North and South State highway that forms an important link in the thro coast trail, a very large sum, probably reaching into the millions, will be spent on the Trail by California, '1I0,000 will be spent at once by Aritona on a feeder for the route In to Utah ria the Colorado River bridge, with a bright prospect for a larger expenditure if the $10,000,-- . 000 bond issue passed by the last legislature of the state receives the ratification of the people on referen dum; and an appropriation of $290,. 000 from Nevada state, Clark county In and the federal government the aggregate these amounts show a very tidy sum and their, expenditure on the Arrowhead Trail will make of it a very decent and practical an- lt- public-spirite- - Jf i - . Vv- - . ..." .Ul n .... jvms-- ' Once again oar, eonrmnatty hah been called to part with en at Its best cltlieaa MtehaeT Eala Gale, C. H. Blgelow, YOUR I LAND? : nvifrr.,, 1 2 TOBEAVER ' mw. Lfiai Z -r" while Irrigating oa his farm at North Creek, was instantly killed by light alng, May 1, 1919, shortly after noon The body was, discovered by his H year old son about dark, who come home with the sad news to his mothV? r and other members ot the family, who were, prostrated by. tke.terrt-.- . bla shock. Help was called immedl-- ' ately and the body was moved to the . home.' A gloom was cast over the entire community next day whea the aad affair wre made known. Mr, Q4I3 waa bora in Beaver, Utah December J, 187S. He was the son ot Hen.--y and Hanna. H. Gale. As t he was always otxlcnt and a wmu he grew to ir piaessed tu r..n,iy virtues th;t mi upYtrue 'i.mhood. His cone l Mosltloa mou the an .ni.!r t n of -fit - Mil' r : "' " TWi J7 ' r ' : vr.-'- ai: t. . , "'.-- all ""My Nov. 8. 1897 he was married to ' Miss Marsha Cape of Tropic Utah. Ten beautiful children have blessed that anion, I daughters and 4 sons. He Is also survived byfeur slaters and one brother, 'five ha'ujbrothera aad 2, r sir slaters. He wis tijh" ltd 4 nsl- cg a fa4bhurfc&ir I. very successful mission ia the West ern states from 1911to ill!, Tfee deceased' held important positions la' eiaae ana wara capacity ana was a membsr of the High Council-c- t the Beaver Stake. ..... . Funeral services were held la the Stake Tabernacle May Ird 1919. under the direction of Bishop Robert B. White. The speakers vera Bishop George Falce vt the West; ward. VJoha- LUlywhlte, Geo. A. Parkinson and Prest Joa McGregor, wio ealo-glxthe beautiful Ufa and cUracter ot the deceaeod. Appropriate mutlo was Jurin.f.J by a qasrt' C "Hrrrl . tomoUIe :' . highway. we're prof a; j ail a 'offertogs '.Mr, Blgelow is known as the fath followed the' rcmiDs to cortege er oi tne Airowneaa Trail, ana a wife at" bereaved The JLLVERaSlLLE NOTES J3ELKSAP. rTLAH LPPC3 MRU. JOSEPH JACKSON a. isssnsa iL right generous, hustling, old "dad" have the love and srejaifc: children be is, to be 'sure. He has been workiof the entire community In this their Mrs. Joseph Jackson, beloved wife Instead of the regular M. I. A. ng" almost constantly for the youngStanley Griffiths and Vance Wal Belknap Rebefcih Lodge. 1,7 held eawtaa w seiu.aavev eaaa mv w w t four-ofive years program for next Sunday evening, at of Joseph Jackson, was born Feb- ker were welcomed home Friday ev a very Interesting ster for the past meeting at the tj v or since Its lncepiency, and will soon the In 1870 a O. O. F. halt The initiation of five at 8L George ;TJtah, ening." They have been serving Park bH4tag, Uere win be ruary I, OFFICER RESIGN! have aeculumated for It a competen eventhe special address given byrW. A. Mar and died la Wapato, Washington, the Ninety First division of the Unit candidates tooX paVt - W : Ren Bohn, who has been our etA- ing. The following ware taken into ... To ft representative of th Record tin of BaU Lake, who win he here In April Z7r 1911. of pneumonia. Those, ed States army. to left mourn are her eient her city marshal .for the past two . husband, iKZZ'i the l4ge. he unfolded some ot his plans and the Interests of religion class work. ' chilAlvia Baker has resigned and E. O. Puffer Lewis Orifllths of her and years, .Jackson, Joseph Beaver; Myrtle Clyde: Mr. Martin has the reputation of while In Cedar accomplishments " : was appointed by the city council to Geo. A. Thompson,' with the left for Salt Lake City, Friday night, . dren Lob narria City, the details of which would being an exceptionally Interesting fill' his place.' Mr. Bohn has done his ' Katherlne-BowmaaArmy ot Occupation in Germany; where Mr. Griffiths. wttl a form the text of an interesting vol purchase . " speaker. 'Therewth be other num-- Mrs. Lawrence 8kinner of Buckhorn new well snd feels that he wants a work Tad.WUde'-";" lira. car. They will return by way ume. In brief, the status of the high ev Mrs. Edwin Brickert. of Parowan; to will which the ma,ke ers, help of th change, and wtll devote his time io After this; ean th of Beaver." way Is aboo as follows: Earl 6f and Lorus Jackson to mining interests near Mllford and and Beaver; pleasant all, deleatsf ,fron the Rahekah - assem- his Iron Beginning at the California end of ening profluble six one an and sisters brother and la county. We certainly wish who attend the ' meeting. The Jaxa band from Salt Lake, bly Uwe Eowdta.ha ejected del the route, there is already approxhim lHM.il ' tint t, nnm hi Klt MA ' Mrs. Mary A. Nailen, aged mother, Batsr-day gave a dance u wood's aau imately SI miles of concrete paveegate, gave a vsry. intertfUng ae have to move hla family away from and many relatives and. friends. an en count of ment, and an additional 16 miles be to construct a spent Fvsryona evening. if the work dona there and vrwjcavvg. ivl asav ruui taaa, w aewn permanent road, were held services Funeral at the .." tween the summit of Cajon Pass and "" the ten million dollar bond, Issue is Bearer Stake - building Thursday, joyable time, felt she had been, much, bene very muck.,;' 7 that - TlctorvUle, has been authorised, ratified, this Arisona-- tab road behas Mr. marshal ted by being able ta atta4 the The services wsre Puffer, the new May 1st. 1910. Kit-Rwhich will give a total of 107 miles Is making stow as one of the four under the auspices of. the I. 0. O, The sew ing designated ot deal a had aaavTVtaas. experience along good out of Los Angeles. From Victor-vill- a but sure progress. principal highways of the state. . Mrs. .Smith aad 'Isabel 'Denny alF. lodge end were presided over by this line of work, having been marto Barstow, a distance of SS Considerable work has been done Bishop Pake. Speakers were O. so told of their trip. Mrs. Smith shal some fifteen years ago aad also A numser of MinersvlUe people miles, on macadam has been author this winter on the road the through was District F. and Tolton. J. appointed Opening deputy for Served several years as count sher lxed. This much of the work In CalIndian Reservation Just beyond St prayer waa made by Bishop Farns- - attended the track meet and dance Bearer lodge. iff. We congratulate him on hla ap at Beaver last Friday. ' ifornia has been provided for, and George, and all but one of worth. crossing Sister Bam ot Tobler was Ethel Benediction narrie : Wap pointment and feel that he will make by. itrnnr nftnrt la halnr.m(ut tn nh. the 8anta Clara river has been elimi" 'who-Is member . A quartet sang several beau White. ' ate, 'a y Waahlagtoa, good In every way. ,r ' Monday evening several Minerstain additional funds from the new nated. This irDt be bridged la th tlful songs. The floral offerings "was prent of the Belkaap. lodge, vlUe people rode over to Beaver to bond Issue and the Nevada appro near r tttz y.-- ... t future, the plans having already were profuse and beautiful. The aad delighted her sisters with as In- state hoard can say nor why the as attend dance the Jass the priations are having a very given by been prepared. teresting talk oa the work done In sessor made his assessment so much" speakers referred very feelingly to and toentfleial. effect In' se' These, with the Improvements go- the noble qualities ot the deceased band from Balk Lake. .. the lodge at Wasaio. bqlow the" suggested "valuation "by curing improvements ..to the Trail ing forward at various points In this ' lee--, eream aad eake ere "".' devo served and life of usefulness and the state board. the In California. . Tuesday: evening the. Reverend stale should place the trail In a very tion to after Geneva ahe had led. lodge remarked that when be It duty mlnht aj to Mrljjiith. From Barstow Peter 8(mpkin of Salt Lake gar an Needles, an ap- decent condition by the first of next Martha was In made Idol, Interment iteacmont' In the th city the Bamberger Investigation of is In Loan ot address $160,000 behalf the Liberty provided propriation September, and .within a year from cemetery. 100 to 1 shot was Inaugurated that for general road betterment This the present date, If Mr. Blgelow and toss gn first place where the inquisitors the covers a stretch of 110 miles of road his Mrs. U. L .Edwards is visiting her remain on the Job, it BTJRKTED M. MRS. IP80N Q. which has all been graded, and part should be boulevard from one began ther"query in Beaver county mother, Mrs. Clothier, of Minersend Five ceuity ssseeaor have submit tor, sequestered property, should Is oil macadam hut Is not in very vllle, to the other. ted reports otaasments if their var hera be sny found, was to leara that Marie (Keller) Ip- good condition. Between Amboy and Its value tn an Industrial develop son,MrsGeorglna ious were eouaties to the state board of s Jfar mbelonglng to one of the coun whom lor funeral services Mr. Marion Qray, one.of Mlnerf-Ludlow, about 10 miles, the road ment and sense cannot be held in the East ward chapel ot Bea military and assessment Beaver ty officers, wss omitted from the aseqnallsatloa y was badly located and on account of vllle's oversee soldier boys, lsnded Once It Is In thor- ver, Iron aad counties show a henry fal sessment roll. The query about the April SO, was one of the floods and washouts will have to be safely In New Tork a few days sgo oughly good condition for teurlst of Mormons who pushed hand- and Is ling off la the total assessment as Iron county assessment dropped relocated at an early date, being a home soon. expected travel, there will be dosens of cars carts across the plains from the Miscompared with last year,' the fall from tM2!,t44 last year to $5,118-99part ot the work to be covered by passing through, settlements along k off la Beaver eounty Is $1,420, souri river to Salt Lake in 1,8 S 6. or $104,244 leas than the 1919 Sim Staptey returned to his home ing this appropriation. the line dally, and the commercial H from assessment. Last is and Danthis 188. Mrs. was on born the practically Ipson year there' was an appro- value ot this Clark eoanty, Ntv., has travel can hardly be ish Island of Pornholm Marth 18. In Beaver, Monday night, having reef in , fedcounty, which 100,848 sheep Irop of dis1X00,000, Including priation cently been given his honorable estimated. Last year Beavr county retsrned were valued at $1,100,984, or an f 1821. Her father, Hans Mortensen at from Ft 91st division the funds eral post road money and state charge , Mr. Blgelow ha,s .not received th k total aasseesd Taiuatioa of $1,194 average el a little more thaa fll waa a fisherman and, her mo- Russell, .. which will put the section of the support and assistants la this enter- Keller, Wyo. We are glad to welsssessment per head.1 This year the, number ot 448.; Incladed la til ther, Sophia (Roboe) Keller, a grad- come home alt our soldier boys. Trail In that county In first class prise that its importance has merited uate of the medical school of Copenwera 144,71$ head' Of seep which sheep Is given at 81.(11 with a valMr. and Mrs. Ed.'Swtndlehurst are shape. This will include bridge over but we belhre thaCthe people are be- hagen.. were assesmd at .I7$,8$I. This uation of $402,419 or a. little less . over the . safe return ot rejoldns what' sense to It means te the Virgin river between 'valuation is tnsa 97 per aeao. ts qiery asKea Mesquits ginning total Mrs. Ipson Joined the Mormon the assisted year them, and that iron now on he will church In 1851, waa married the fol their son Bert, who cams home bring returned by the raunty-- assessor a and Bunkerville. by th board Is why th cut of $4 Ing wth him his lady friend. Miss not find It such hard slciltig. He On the line Into Kingman. Ariiona lowing year and emigrated to this Oenen Iron, of Nepal, who is spend $4,774,155, and tie sheep Included. per; head from last year, had the big ( trail country with her husband In 185$ total 108,114, the valuation being which Is a feeder line to the Trail Three counties reporting shew Inlog a tow days visiting with the Swln would . S879.0CS. Tl-at were Last the Thfiir In ten . given first Utah years creases in the assessed valve of prop- -' . yelr and not an essential part of the main dlehnrst family. at thefe!VYV-oa ra ue conn Braver In founded Mantl. Then sheep plaeed spent of they $80,000 er lost line, an appropriation erty,.over that, of last yean Juab sight ; w rtject the mission on the RIo,Vlrgen, re waa an of hesd $14 iter ty tvsrsge county, reports a total of $4,741,540 (has been made for a steel bridge notwlthstanminor'drmcultlcs " ' that Is reduced for this year, as against $4,188,770 1 ' n children whit this the value seven Since year great years. grandchildren. maining an and across he Colorado River, Of the.lead fiT? ),PTrtpt Kcer time she lived In Beaver, where her who survive are Mrs, P S v.oolsey practically te $8 a- - head, or pe last year. Rich county reperta $2. tor Ihusband. Nells Teter appropriation of $10,000 for the op- talnly leave-Idied sev In whose home she died; I. Ipson, head lets thaa the suggested' vtlus (14.177 as compared with $2,477. Ipson. V, If en years sgo. enlng f a . passable road from St. bis name of the state land board and M: Dor- for taxatloa by the state board of 809 la 1918. Sevier shows up with M as.hs Eh Is survived by three of her sti othy Baker, City Tress, st George to the bridge, with 'the prom- be fails to obtain t'V I iver. equH:it!on and aaeisment.' ' Why $10,145,990 compared wHh $10,004, ise of additional funds with which goes along. Iron jCVu., Record. children. 29 grandchildren and 17 all of F surer. this great rednetloa so oas about the 4S$ alt Uke HeraM. " .. ; . .vrrr: r neat .,- - ed " . l - . i-i - 1 -- ;. Wfl -y - v , . . r U 11 at ! - . . " : stlm'u-latln- g -- ' , ' Knr, over-estimate- d. com-psn- y 8, shsj.' vlsftVbst ftftvvf;U con-cern- ed 1 - 4s , -. wlth' " ,'Z" 5s.