|Box Elder News Journal
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|Box Elder News Journal
THE HOME PAPER. jjj H g Tlie honie paper works for the welfare f II town and Is dearly loved on that ae- eou. Its columns are always open to ever f Inhabitant. Charles N. Kent . V g N V'.' ' r' J'SWK'ZSWS tj ALL ADVERTISERS W who desire to thoroughly cover Box Elder in read is h County must ess the paper that S the homes of the people, the Rox.Elder js N N News, it also covers southern Idaho. k?tj&ffrz?rx Devoted to no Party or Faction But Just to All. VOLUME VIII. Youthful Criminals. Two young boys, about 16 years of age, living in the western part of town wsre brought before Justice James Knudson Monday charged with breaking into a tent near the depot in which live an old lady and her little grandchild, who were away at the time. The boys confessed they were looking for money, but finding none took some articles of little value. They were fined $6 each and will board it NEW GOODS. JUST RBCBIVBD. New lace and portier curtains, window shades, couce covers, table covers, baby carriages, wash stands, chiffoneers, etc etc. go-cart- s, WE ARE PREPARED to furnish you anything you want in our line. Call and see us. XXX XXX County Commissioners. At the regular session last Monday of the county court a petition was pre scnted from residents of Elwood asking that a road be opened between sections Tp. 11 N. R. S W. After 12-1- 3. considering it, further action wa9 de- ferred. Chairman Valentine reported that the city will repair road in Box Elder canyon as soon as work can be done.' Aotion was deferred on the matter of opening a road in the Rawlins district as heretofore petitioned until propositions are received for a right-of-wa- y. Krokseh & Christensen submitted a proposition for building bridges Messrs Cottonwood and Beaver creeks which was not accepted. The clerk was instructed to advertise for bids over constructing these bridges. The road in Box Elder canyon was reported to be in a dangerous condition od account of city pipe trench. Referred to chairman. The chairman, county clerk and enmity surveyor were appointed a to locate the road in Box Elder for eom-mitt- canyon. sta-tie- Gardner, on petition, was appointed road supervisor of Deweyville district. A letter was read from A. F, Elchins of Grouse Craek asking help in opening a road over the mountain. Referred to Commissioner Jones with power to act. Report of B. II. Jones and other members of committee to legislature was accepted and a vote of thanks tendered them. II. II. Cordon was appointed deputy Proposition. sheriff for one month. All persons wishing to subscribe for John McRoberts was appointed ten- a portion of th 8000 acres of water this der of court house grounds and lawn. right necessary to bring out to wish who all N. J. Nelson was appointed county canal, also persons or in land lease or large tree inspector. buy, sell, rent of the The following appointments were small amounts under this part once te made in the Promontory precinct: proposed canal, apply at Geo. Sd Lewis, juetice of the peace; Cbas. Israel Hunsaker, Honeyville; Bp. Oluf Jensen, Bear Card, constable; Charles Stokes, road Dewey, Deweyville; River City, or O. W. Snow, Brigham supervisor. A number of bida ware received and City. M. M. Deserves Consideration. The case of 8. F. Thompson, who for a number of yeais was deputy-sheri- ff of this county, appears to be one to excite publio sympathy and is ' The '1900 Washer eves Wotnene Live. Do not rub your clothes to pieces and Your life away over an old washboard It Is so simple end durable that It will not get ant of order, so easy of action that a child can wash operate It, so effective In Its work that it willeerub-bin- g, any garment clean without boiling, without without the least wear and tear, and without theust of destructive ehemlsals, with nothing t,ut soap and water. It washes the finest tahrlce without breaking a thread, and will wash a carpet with ease. Full Instructions how to om U go with etch machine. PRICE 013. FURNITURE COMPANY. The Doctor writes A Prescription. W. H. Daniels. The old folks showed their appreciation of the music by hearty applause and from expressions heard they old stock, would give you 2,000 chickens for sale. At 25 cents each these would bring $500 which, with the $560 for eggs, would make a total of $1,000. It would require 1,000 bushels of wheat to feed the chickens, costing $500, leaving a profit of $560. Take it to The City Drug Store Thats all - Wynn L Eddy, Prop. chickens for profit is that most people crowd their coops. I do not think there should be more than 40 chickens in one coop. The coop shoud be dry and no draughts. Do not have coops too warm as liens take cold when they go out to feed. Now yeu have the hint how to imou prove some of your spare time. caa profit by my experience. A Reader. Brigham, March 3, 1903. Rock wanted. Enquire at tf Comptons Art Gallery. . REAL ESTATE LOANS. $1.58 Rochester Lamp with Buys a Large Nickel-plat- ed chimney and globe complete worth $2.50. 48C Buys 6 Fancy Decorated Cups and Saucers. 45C Buys 6 large Fancy Decorated Dinner Plates. I5C Buys a Fancy imitation Cut Glass Cake Plate. 10c Buys your choice of a number of pretty imitation Cut Glass Pickle Dishes. Christensen & : MONEY ON HAND promptness and quick delivery. Being our own, makes it possible for us to .make ahd close loans with insures No No No No No No No Knudson. Delay Commission Expenses Tax Mortgage Third Party Attorney Fee Appraiser Fee. UTAH EDWARD B. KIRK, OGDEN, Sugar Beet Contracts- Mr. Job Pingree, representing the Ogden Sugar company, was in Brigham Tuesday making contracts with the farmers of this vicinity for planting sugar beets the ceming season. Mr. Pingree was successful in securing a large acreage and left black contracts with his son John Pingree at the Bank of Brigham City for those farmers whom he failed to meet. Mr. Pingree says the farmers, as a rule, are increasing their acreage this year, being encouraged on account of the good prospects of plenty of water this coming summer. He has visited most of the settlements and if the spring should be early, about the middle of March, the drills will be distributed to the different settle- TABERNACLE CONCERT. TREES Philharmonic Lady Quartette Will Appear Tuesday, March !0th- SALE. FOR Leave your orders with - Seldom In the history of amusements S. In Brigham is the announcement of so A. SACKETT & SONS For Choice Peach and Apricot Trees pleasing an event possible as the appearance here of the celebrated Philharmonic Lady Quartette of Chicago, LORENZO N. STOHL, who will be heard in the tabernacle on Tuesday, March 10, for the first time. They come here heralded by the most flattering press and public notices, and cited in all tbe states they have been in this season as the strongest lady quartette now before the public. The Philharmonic will appear here Room 22Telephono No. 22. under the auspices of the Y. If. and FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Y. L. U. I. associations for the bene fit of the public library. It is a praise& DUMBECK, worthy effort on tho part of the comQARTHEY mittees to give us an opportunity to hear this company and one which we feel sure will receive the hearty sup TELEPHONE S3. port of the entire community. Every 219 - - - Salt Lake City. Utah State St effort will be made to greet these talented artists with a large house and make their advent one of the so cial as well as musical features of the THE BANK OF BRIGHAM CITY Real Estate, Loans and Insurance - ments in proportion to the acres contracted for. Every beet raiser should contract at once, for if contracts are in early there will not be any trouble about drills. Drillers are forbidden to make contrasts or plant for persons until they have contracted. Two cars of sugar beet seed have season. been received already and the old CAPITAL $50,000,00. A performance will be given in the drills have all been overhauled and 3:30. afternoon at School children eleven new ones have been ordered. under 14, 10 cents, over 14, 15 cents, Accounts and Correspondence When beet planting commences the adults 35 cents. Evening perforance Solicited. farmer should not expect the driller at 8; adults 36 cents, children 15 cte to call two or three times to plant a All business given prompt attention few acres of beets. Class Notice. Dancing to should settlement If any neglect On account of the play J. M. Jenson, John Pingree, oontract until late and should be President. , Cashier, all three snort of drills it will be tbelr own Saturday night, dancing classes will tie postponed one fault for not contracting sooner. DO YOU WANT There are about two or three weeks In week. Loans on Real Estate . the spring when the land is in Lorenzo N. Stohl, hostess. at lowest interest;' condition to receive the beet Manager. Homestead Entries and proofs; Among those present were: seed, and the field superintendent is To Misses Bertha Brownson, buy or sell Real Estate; Cora using his best efforts to get everything Titles examined and conveyed; Rinda Olsen, Leah ready to make the best use of that Hendrickson, Liienzo I, M, Reliable legal work; to all in time beets are get early that Manager. Smith, Mary Richards, Ida and Ethel Curtain, 8:S0pm in contracted for season, good CONSULT Saunders, Gene and Emma Johnson; thoroughly enjoyed it. The concert was under tbe auspices of .the old folks committee and the Messrs. Jos. Brownson, Leo Madsen, band tendered its services free. The R. H. Smith, David and Jos. Oram, opera house was also given free of Trevor Morgan and Geo Loveland. charge by the management. Oleen N. Stohl, in behalf of the committee, welcomed the old folks in a fitting speech and thanked the band Poultry Profit- A hint to the wise is sufficient but not In all cases, or we woufd all be wealthy. 16 takes some ambition to carry out an enterprise, for instance, there is a fortune in chickens as shewn by actual test with 22 hens. I kept a record for two months past In January my hens laid 246 eggs and In February 174, making 35 dozen. These at 20 cents per dozen (though received much more) would be $7. One hundred chickens at this rate would bring $28 and there would be 12 hens to make up any deficiency. This would mean for 1000 chickens for six months $560, leaving six months in which to raise your stock. If you raise 2,000 chickens and keep 1,000 and sell your 4 We have a few good things we are going to sell at prices that can't help hut suit you. ff n, The greatest trouble with raising to be filled. Another Safe. deserving of special consideration from our county commissioners. It will be remembered that about two years ago Mr. Thompson, who and jailer, was then deputy-sheriwas held up near bis home by a couple of desperadoes and with scarcely a word of warning was ehot twice, one bullet going through his body near the heart and another hitting him in the leg. After months of suffering, Mr. Thompson recovered sufficiently to walk around but his health has been hopelessly ruined. One leg is PLumeiM. -- first-cla- ss Opera House We give blue trading stamps with cash purchases. Brigham tf City Pharmacy. Saturday, W. E. Nankevilles Splendid Production of at the Opera House, the Idyllic Pastoral Drama Saturday, February 28, ii yrs., yrs,, , Prof. Dignan has beed engaged by 3:00 p, m. 5:00 p, m. 8i30 p. m. the man- agement of the opera house, who will collect and be responsible for all moneys. All those who paid Mr. Mack for lessons will receive a ticket for full term free of charge. Kindly Victor E- - make arrangements Madsen or x N. Three points to think of whenyou get Abstracts of Title to Real Estate: 1. Completeness; I Invite an examination of the meth- ods adopted to secure accuracy, and of my ability to make good any lost caused by error or omission la my abstracts. I confine A PATHETIC PICTURE OF --RURAL LIFE IN ABKANSA- S- . ABSTRACTING, CONVEYANCING and Superbly presented by a NOTARY WORK cast. Magnificent scenery; competent Intricate stage effects. And can give the promptest & 75c. tion to all work in my line. Stohl. Sale begins ance. 10 a. m. day of perform For good, reliable Pi re Insurance CALL ON PICTURE FRAMES. Pictures and picture frames is our line. We can make your frames and frame your pictures on short order. We have the largest and best line of colored pictures, mouldings and JOSEPH N. Room 22, Telopbone 22, First STOHL, Abstracter. Room 25, First Nat. Bank Bldg., Brigham, Uta REC BERROW, BARBER. 9 Next door to the new Livery. CALL AND SEE HIM. -- 6 $100,000 to Loan at e per cent Our prices the lowest art gallery. atten- Norman Lee, Bonded Nal'l Bank Bldg picture frames to se.ect from. COMPTONS -- myself exclusively to Prices: 25,35,50 at once with Lorenzo Utah, Brigham City, HEARTS. PROF. D. P. DIGRAM, of Ogdon. 12 IIOLTOri- - The value of an abstract depends on THESE THREE VITAL POINTS. and continuing for a term of eight lessons, under the direction of.. 18 J. 2. Accuracy; 3. Responsibility. commencing Children's Class, from 6 to Juvenile Class, from 12 to Evening Class FRED March 7, ABSTRACTS. Dancing Glasses and opera house management. HANSEN EDWARD B. KIRK, OGDEN, UTAH out in the county jail. One confessed to breaking into Larsen & Reeders slaughter house early last week and taking a shot gun and kDife yvbich he hid away but told the officers where they could be found. He will have another trial on this charge. partly paralyzed and having previousopened for the purchase ef the eounty ly lost one hand, he is almost totally A Close Call. poor farm, the highest being $4,025. disabled. This condition is due to It was decided to reject all bids and Last Thursday afternoon Leo Mad- his faithful services as an officer of the farm was leased to R. L. Jenson sen, of the Collinston the county. He has been a brave and skimming for one year for $252 had a hair raising experience efficient officer, never shirking any which will probably not be forgotten responsibility. Died From Diphtheria. soon. He was in his room engaged in The government rightly provides a Marvin Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. making up his accounts and was in pension for its disabled soldiers and a Peter Nelson of the Third Ward, died the act of reaching up for some papers recent case in Salt Lake City shows last Friday, February 27, of diphtheria in the far end of the room when there that the public sentiment is in favor after a weeks illness. He was about was a crash, followed by the sound of of a local government providing for 19 years of age and his death was a broken glass. Looking quickly around its officers disabled in performing great shock to his family and friends. be saw where a bullet had torn their public duties. Owing to the nature of the disease threugh the window, struck the stove Ofllcer Heath of the police force no public funeral was held but the and imbedded itself in the wall, miss- there was shot in tbe'foot by a desperremains were quietly laid to rest in ing him by a very few inches. Had it ado and crippled for life. The city the city cemetery early Saturday been a moment later, he would Lave ha9 promptly provided him an income morning. returned to that part of the room and for life. Mr. Thompson is now in need of would undoubtedly have been struck. Want the Railroad found was assistance. He bas a large family to it Upon investigation It is reported that the people of that the trouble was due to some provide for and is unable to do manual Bear River City and north have prof- small boys who were engaged in tar- labor. We understand the county fered the Utah Sugar company a right get practice near by. It is needless to board is thinking of providing for of way for the Malad Valley railroad say that the hoys will be more careful him and believe that generous action from Corinne through Bear River City in the future. in this respect will meet with publio and to the factory for $60 per acre and approval. It isnt a matter of charity have subscribed stveral hundred dolConcert for the Old Folks- but one of duty to an unfortunate lars to be paid in laber as a bonus to The Brigham Cily Military band public officer. bring the road that route. Mr. John scored another success at its concert P. Holmgren, who was in Brigham Surprise Party at Collinston. Menday afternoon for tne entertaina few days ago, says' the people there ment of the old folks who A delightful surprise was given at nearly filled are determined to get the road if fair the home of Rev. and Mrs. W, T. the on occasion. house that opera treatment and persistence will bring The same Tuesday evening, March 3rd, in was King excellent the program it their way. one given last week excepting the sex- honor of M r. King. There Is a prospect now that the tette which was omitted. Numerous games of a most intersugar company will accej-- t this offer Glen Island esting nature were indulged in. The cornet solo By so doing toe road will be shorter Waltzes by v. O. Anderson and the The Misses Cora Hendrickson and to the factory but will cross the Ma- baritone solo Robin Adair by Bertha Brownson were being awarded lad river twice. Torvold Jorgensen were interesting prises.. At 10 o'clock light refreshfeatures of tbe program and were ments were served and at about 11:30 EAST SIDE CANAL. These selections the guests took their leave ail having very well rendered. were played at the previous concert enjoyed themselves immensely. Mrs. Branch Deweyville, Honeyville and West by Prof. L. P. Christensen and Prof. King proved herself a most amiable Stohl Furniture Company JOS. F. NUMBER 48. BRIGHAM CITY, BOX ELDER COUNTY, UTAH, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1903. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY N. R. HANSEN'S SHOE AND FURNISHING STORE. interest on improved dry farms..., Iprej J B Holton, Office Room 23, First Nat. Bank Bldg.