|Box Elder News Journal
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|Box Elder News Journal
rafflHavsf&w r&sjWM&ixsssfxeiPAPER. I , S ALL ADVERTISERS 2 who desire to thoroughly cover Box Bide 3 ' County must use the paper that is read in g for the welfare paper of its town and is dearly loved on that ae- - B count. Its columns are always open to every inhabitant. Charles N. Kent. g The vs, 7OT? 5 . , the homes of the people, the Bos Elder , N Kews. It also covers southern Idaho. . CANAL AND The Utah PERMIT US TO SAY: The Bank of Brigham City. (ESTABLISHED 1889) CAPITAL 50,000.00. DEPOSITORS PROTECTED BY ne-Ha- Million lf dollars. Interest paid on time deposits at 5 per cent per annum. Accounts and correspondence invited. Safety deposit boxes for rent Exchange issued on all the principal cities of ths world at par to our customers, J. M. JENSON, President. JOHN Y. RICH, Manager. HOMER J. RICH, Cashier. ELECTRIC City LIGHT MATTERS- - Committee Council Investigates Municipal Control. BETTER THAN THE COURTS. Expansive James Cottam of Snowville has been in this city the past week on business connected with the suits effecting the Curlew Valley Irrigation Co.- - Mr. Cotiam says the recent visit of Oieen N. Stohl and William Lowe among the people of Snowville and vicinity h3s resulted in great good and the people have decided to Incorporate into one conaany., For nearly ten years past there has been trouble over irrigation matters resulting in expensive law suits and retarding the development of that section of country. These differences were all satisfactorily settled by Messrs Stohl and Lowe while out there and it is believed the incorporation lntoene company"1 ef the heretofore Wight Family Reunion, One hundred and fifty two mem- conflicting interests' will he the beginbers of the Wight family assembled at ning of an era of great prosperity for the First ward meeting house yester- that section of country. day morning to have a reunion, the day being the 82nd birthday of Stephen District Court ProceedingsWight, one of the pibneers of BrigThe" district court convened last ham city. There were members of the Chas. H. Dart presidfamily present from Rockland and Tuesday, lion. : Malad valley, Idaho, West Jordon, ing. Utah, besides those from this city and A number ef probate matters were vicinity. heard, and as it wai law and motion Ihe forenoon was devoted to ad- day, considerable business was transdresses by the older members of tbe acted. The civil and criminal calenfamily and several of the ctaureh dar was made up sho.wing an unusual authorities. At noon a fine dinner easel to be tried this of number large was served to which this large family term. The jury empaneled will be in did full justice. In the afternoon next Tuesday to which attendance there was a short program of songs court the day adjoined. and sentiments and in tbe evening all was arraigned on Howard Richard social dance. themselves in a enjoyed of the charge housebreaking and plead The genealogy of the Wight family not guilty. Tbe trial was set for has been traced back to 1635 at which 13. time Thomas Wight came to America Tuesday, May Wm. Teague was ordered to apfrom the Isle of Wight. The research shows 3000 direct descendents from pear May 13 for arraignment and the this ancester and the branches are case set for trial May 16. too numerous to calculate. In the estate of Henry Losee, deceased, Elizabeth Losce was appointed adminlstratix upon giving a bond of Call for Mass Meeting, 20,000. The citizens of Brigham City are requested to be present at a mass Notice held In be to the house, opera meeting To the farmers of the Bear River Monday, May 12, at 8 p. m, to con- Valley. Notice Is hereby given that on and sider the proposition of the city putafter November 1, 1902, the prioe of an in electric light plant to be ting water will be advanced to 125 per acre, owned and controlled by Brigham subject to the usual terms and regulaCity, and to take such action as may tions. Mayor Boden, N. E. Mortensen and C. Simonson of the city council, and S. N. Lee, secretary of the B. C. Electric Light Go., spent several days of the past week inspecting the electric light systems at American Fork and Payson which belong to the respective municipal corporations. They were shown every courtesy by the officers of those cities and gained much valuable intonation. A meeting of the council was held last evening when the proposition of building a municipal electric system in this city was considered. The proposition is thought to be very enand a mass meeting couraging will probably soon be called where the facts and figures will be presented to the people for action. - . Rear River Water be necessary. II. C. Boden, Mayor. County Commissioners. The board met la regular session last Monday, all members being present. Tbe claim of the American Bridge Co. for building bridge over Bear River near Corinne was referred to Chairman McMaster with power to act. The sum of 38.31 was appropriated to redeem 33 acres of land belonging to Jos. Dudley sold for taxes through au error in double assessment. Oieen N. Stohl of the board of trustees for Brigham school district asked that the following levy be made to create a sinking fund: 31 mills, former district No 3; 3i mills, district No 25; 3 mills, district No 26; 2 mills, Curlew Valley district No 27. Action deferred until Litigation of Farmers at an End. Per Company, Mosiah Evans, Manager. Has Set plain to the committee what the board of directors of the Sugar Co. had decided on at a recent meeting held in Salt Lake city. - STORE. FURNITURE Company Its Stakes- Mosiah Evans, local manager of the Bear River Water Co., met with a few of the members of the water committee Tuesday afternoon. He said he had come at the request of Manager Cutler of the Utah Sugar Co. to ex- to be right. STOHL Sugar at tlia Top. Aim - We are in the Undertakers Business. Our stock of imported and home-mad- e caskets, coffins, and other burial supplies is the largest and most complete in the county. Coffins and caskets furnished on the shortest possible notice. Practical embalming done when desired. City hearse furnished free, or one of the finest hearses in the state furnished in or outside city at very low cost. Our prices are guaranteed THE FACTORY NEWS. next meeting. reported that some of the land owners at Portage were not willing to move their fences in order to straighten road as desired. It was decided to sustain the action of Com. Josephson in straightening said road. He was also given power to act in respect to the road at Stand-roCom. Josephson d. ' The sum of 25 was appropriated for repairing road through Rattlesnake canyon. It was decided to open up a road through Pocatello valley. The resignation of Geo. Harper, road supervisor at Honyeyville, was accepted and J. M. Grant appointed to that position. The matter of a road crossing The company proposed to bring the canal to the Hot springs north of Honeyville and sell water at that point for 20 per acre. If the people of Brigham city or those owning land along thq east Hhnk of Bear river want water from the canal, they must organize and build their own canal from the said springs. The charge for annual rental had not been decided upon but 2 per acre had been suggested. Mr. Cutler sent word that he thought it would be useless to try and get other terms from the board as the matter had been fully in. vestigated and decided upon by unanimous vote, but if a meeting was demanded by the committee he would try and arrange for one..,, ,, Prest. Kelly, chairman of the water committee, went to American Fork Tuesday and expected to go to Lehi yesterday to try and arrange with Mr. Cutler for a meeting.. As the latter leaves shortly for New York to be gone a month or more, it will be some time before it can be ascertained if any concessions can be had from the company. Speaking of the proposed sugar factory in this county, Mr. Evans said work would probably begin on it this fall. It was practically decided to build it on the west side of Bear river though he could not say at what point. The company will want fifty or more boys next week to thin beets and will try to get them from this city. A raise in the price of water on the west side from 920 to 25 an acre has been decided upon to take effect What All Should Know. the Bear River Water That Kelly Bros, have the best line designating the number of bridges of mens shoes in the city. which they should maintain. Their womens shoes are unequaled L. D. Barnes was appointed road in style, quality and price. Twelve supervisor of Standrod road district. select to from . nobby styles A. J. Duncombe was granted a Their line of Boys shoes is strong, license ta s;ll liquor at Utah Hot six styles of Solomon Bros, including Springs Rudolph Kaiser granted a best boys shoes. license to sell liquor at Deweyville They can save you money on every upon complying with the statutes: of Misses and Childrens shoes pair One hundred dollars was approthat you buy. priated fer repairing road through make the best strictly handdirecunder the be to They spent Mantua, made work shoe for men and boys tion of the road supervisor. The county attorney was requested that money will buy. Every pair to draft an ordinance amending guaranteed as highly as a shoe can be pqdders license in the county. guaranteed . The supervisor of Box Elder district A guarantee goes with every pair of was Instructed to have a fence reshoes they sell. moved recently erected by Nels JenAU stitching that gives son in Wktery lane. away on No charge for framing pictures bought at Comptons art gallery . f LOANS Kitchen Utensils in Tin, Copper and Granite. EDWARD B. KIRK We carry nothing but First Quality, Peace Meeting Program- The following program has been arranged by a committee of ladles of the Third ward for the Peace meeting to be held In the opera house, Thursday evening, May 15, at eight oclock: Music. . Invocation Mr. Oieen N. Stohl. Music. Purpose of Peace Demonstration What it may accomplish and tbe Hague Conference Mrs. Emilie D. y The Fatherhood Brotherhood of God man of and the Miss E. L. Rankin. Recitation, Longfellows Arsenel Mrs. Maggie Anderson. Music. Address, The Cost of War Mr. Fred J. Holton. Song, Lest We Forget Miss Daisy Madsen.. Response to Sentiments, Loyalty, Peace and Arbitration Rev. A. T. Rankin. Blessed are the Peace makers F. Mrs. J. Holton. Sunday, May 11, 1902. Perry John Crawford and Alma Is what people say about us when they speak of Drug Stores. You probably have experienced the annoyance of finding the druggist had everything but the particular remedy tyou .wanted . We make it our business to have what you want. City of Corinne, ( I have in the estray pound the following described animals, lawfully impounded, which if not claimed and taken away will be sold at public auction to the highest cash bidder at the estray pound Tn this city, on Friday the 9th day of May, 1902, at the hour of 2 oclock p. m. One bay mare, branded left shoulder, One roan horse, branded left shoulder, J V. One brown horse, branded left shoulder, One black horse, branded right . thigh, L. imSaid animals were lawfully pounded in said city on the 30th day of April, 1902. ( J. A. Edwards and 1 From extended travel have been selling goods else in the west and same size in the east. a trial. Yours at THE CITY DRUG STORE, D. U EDDY S SOn. . $100,000 to at Kelly Bros., H Dlk. North First Nat. Bank, Brigham, Utah J. . m. P. J. Koford. . PROFESSIONAL CARDS. QR. ROCHE, Office Corinne Drug Store. 11 a. m. - Corinne city, IT IK MIND, KNUDSONS PARLORS ICE CREAM Will Serve Ice Cream end Sode Water during the season of 19U. A freh stock of McDonalds famous candies always on hand. Mrs. Jas- - Knudson, Prop. - - Utah. PERRY, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- National OF BRIGHAM Bank CITY. Office Telephone Court House. BRIGHAM Norman Lee. R. H. JONES. LAWYER. Practices in All the Courts. Utah Brigham City, Geo. R. Chase Lorenzo N. Stoil I. & D. Johnson JOHNSON HMD ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- Utah Brigham City, J. STOJHb & CHASE, ... D. CALL, FIRE INSURANCE - ... - Utah r 1 19 State St., - President JOHN D. PETERS, Cashier, - - 92. a Salt Lako.elty, Utah. BRIGHAM CITY pharmacy: AT LAW First Nat. Bank Building. Prescriptions Filled by Registered Utah. Brigham City, Pharmacist. . Prices Lowest, ANDREW Architect. Room 23 Quality-Considered- FUNK, WIDEjRBORG BLOCK Room a. Jensen & Hoopes, Props. Brigham City. Notice to the public: it is now known aa A. E. Walli3 has purchased the Kaiser Restaurant and 5 PER CENT PER ANNUM PAID ON TIME QEFOSITS. N. STOHL, telephone ' ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Practices In all tbe State Coarts and U.'S Supreme Court. Roomi 2021 First Nat Bank building. Utan Brigham City, Glad to meet or correspond with those who contemplate making changes or opening up new accounts. LORENZO - House-Heatin- OFFICE John L. Edwards, S. N. Lee, Nels Jenson, Alma Nelson, Peter M. Hansen. LEE 1. UTAH. CITY, Utah. Brigham City, FEED J. HOLTON, Is fully equipped to care for the ac. counts of firms, farmers and stockmen. Directors: ABSTRACTER, CONVEYANCER and NOTARY PUBLIC Room!, First Natl. Bank Building: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Lucias A. Snow, James Nelseo, to Hyrum Standing.)) W. NELS JENSON, First Norman Lee, (Successor Civil Engineer. S. RICR,. RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE ' BRIGHAM CITY, - UTAH. Special Attention Paid to Leveling Work and Field Surveys. , Utah. Dawcyvllte JAMES & to get your horses shod ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Room 22 over First National Bank, Brigham City, UtahTelephone No- 22- Utah workmen who under- - Brigham City, stand the anatomy of horses feet. B. n. jones, & DUMBECK, We have the only foot leveler in ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW QARTIIEY Hand turned shoes to Practices in State and Federal courts and be- Modern Plumbing and county. fore united States Land office. Office over Rosenbaum's store. weight. Try us. Frank & Bob. $ Well Supplied With Money. KEEP - SUCCESSOR TO CLAWSON CHAPMAN, Brigham city The Holton, Fred J Holton J. shoes they sell is replaced free of charge They have the Best Repair Shop It pays in the city and use only the best bv first-clamaterial .... J. Jeppson. Deweyville Eli Holton and Joseph Madsen. Collinston John F. Erdmann and Oleen N. Stohl, Stake Presidency, per cent wall-pap- er s; go-cart- Office hours, 8 to Beaver Nels Madsen and Geo. W. Watkins. v Garland John P. Christensen and Jacob Jensen Jr. Elwood John Baird and H. L. Kotter. Bear River city Jacob Jensen and C. Elias Jensen. Bothweli Leslie Nichols and Wm. T. Davis. Thatcher Abraham Wheatley and Benham Hunsaker. Promontory Casper Andersen and Walter Green. Chas. Kellt, Lucius A. Snow, , cent - Peter Baird Jr. Honeyville David White and O. H. James Thompsen. S7S.000.00 6 per Sorensen and Tho mas McMaster. North ward MONEY to loan at once on good farms, either Provo. dry or irrigated, at . We want 1,000 pigeons by May 15th to 18th. We pay 10c Wm. each. Bring all you can. 11115. Horsley & Sons. - Messrs. A: J. Duncombe and LORENZO N. STOHL, Geo. S. Marx,' manager and Office with Lee & Stohl over 1st Natl Rank ' clerk, respectively of the Utah Room 22Telephono No. 22. Hot springs, were Brigham visitors yesterday. It is the intention of the mangement Unmake the Loaii springs one of the most popular amusement and health resorts in the state and to that end are making many decided improvements. interest on improved dry or 40 styles of baby carriagesand irrigated farms io,ooo rolls of at a low price. Must be sold this spring at Elias Jensens Furniture Store:' tf Offfce Room 23, First Nat. Bank Bldg. V e a 1, chickens, Wanted pork, eggs, butter will pay the DO YOU WANT highest market price in cash. J. F. Erdmann. Loans on Real Estate at lowest interest; Notice to the Public. Homestead Entries and proofs; To buy or sell Real Estate; Owing to the fact that parties Titles examined and conveyed; have, without our consent, conReliable legal work; nected our name with a restaurant that has lately changed manCONSULT agement, we desire to inform our friends and customers that we are not interested in any concern except our own. Brigham City, Utah, There is only one Koford Restaurant and it . dont change its name. HOMER RICH Respectfully, Iverson. Jas. Coil, Poundkeeper for Corinne. Our Stock is as Complete as money, experience and care can make it during the past year we have found that we the past eight years cheaper than anywhere fully as cheaj) as in any town of the We invite you to come in and give us Mrs. Clem Horsley returned home yesterday morning from a months visit with her mother in ss Notice of Sale. ) State of, Utah, Ogden, Utah. Brigham City, Utah. Sign of the big gun, B. They Keep Everything No cast off job lots m our store. Wheelwright Brothers., Mantua-Pet- er Co. from ESTATE We wish to call your attention to our strong line of Take away the sword, the State can be saved without it Mr. Ricy H. Jones. Thou sbalt love thy neighbor as thyself Mrs Sadie P. Stohl. Peace hath her Victories, no less' renowned than war Mr. Lorenzo N. Stohl. "Song, Mrs. Rose Neeley. November 1. Reading and adoption of resolutions. Music. Mrs. Sadie P. Stohl, For Two We As Only We will Chairman. offer for sale 6 5 feet front between Miss C. B. Sullivan, Chas. Kellr's and A. M. Nelsons store at $20 per foot at end ef two Secretary. weeks there will be an advance of $1 per foot. Call at once Lee & Stohl. tf Home Missionary Appointments. rail- road at Collinston was considered. No definite action was taken. An evening session was held at which a communication was read REAL Our aim is at the Top in quality and Bottom in price. THE WALLIS RESTAURANT. Everything here the best. i Short Orders at all hoars. Steak, Veal, Chop, Fish and Game. BEST MEALS SERVED IN THE CITY. Furnished Rooms Combined., A. E. WALLIS, Proprietor.