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Vage 4. THE BOX ELDER go, SffANDINC rrr lt.cr & WIXOM, Proprietor. tbm or Dscnt?riotr: Yir, 1b jjvan Month. Three Moatha... One .8 . :! free sample. W. properly audited. ntered at the Poet OCee at Brigham City a second ala matter. Emm. HYHUM STANDIXQ, gregonJxiMB IShort Line t R. R. CflBP j $. artJvs faj0) J IT. Hooker at Co., Buf-b- e & Son, druggists. n. Y. DL Eddy The basis of value shall be Appreciates the Band. The following letter to Prof. Christensen, leader of the Brigham Military Band, from a highly respected citizen of this city, is published for the purpose of showing the general appreciation of the efforts of the band as expressed by tbe writer. I have often regretted that I am not able to appreciate music as one does who understands it scientifically, telegraph ayatem aerosa cash and no anticipated worth I A PaciBc " Proi",ei are lobe considered in connec-l,h-e tion with the old plant nor any I If its a bilious attack, take Cham- of the holdings connected with the berlaips Stomach and Liyer Tablet an quick recovery is. certain. For contemplated new plant. I there- - j fore recommend the adoption 0f ,ale b7 Wynn L. Eddy, prescription In Effect Feb. ist, 1903 Trl consumption the determination of a value on the most dreaded and deadly of all di- the Old plant and thal lhcv shan peases, as well as pneumonia, and all Lung Troubles are relieved at once and have access to the onganalac- - cured byAcker.8EnglisUEemedy ..the counts and. vouchers connected king of all cough cures. Cures coughs (wi'hthe work on the contemplat- - and colds in a day. 25 cents. Tour ed new plant that the same may money back If dissatislie(1 Write for and depart at loeal (tattoo dally k follow; JfORTB BQUHU A the same. ruS3t- - Report accepted. Congress proposes to diipose of The 8tomach Is the Man, the 3,136' quarter section in the A weak stomach weakens the man, because it cannot transform the food I nex Oklahama opening by auction he eats into nourishment. Health Instead of by lottery, and strength cannot be restored to Tragedy Averted, any sick man or weak woman without in 'rust tbe mck r time our little t r to first restoring health and strength to 3m saved was writes Mr. W. Wat the stomach. A weak stomach can- hoy IS not digest enough food to feed the kins of Pleasant City, Ohio, Pnsu tissues and revive the tired and rua mcmia had played sad havoe with him down limbs and organs of the body. Md g aillBton, 4 30am 1140 pm cough set ,n besldcf. 4 22 a in H 30 p m o20pmKodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses. treated hlm' but be Krcw HonerTlU 4 1 a m 12 2i p m 816pm purifle, sweetens and strenghten P000" 12 worse 3 m 55 m 06 every day. At length we tried p Brigham .. 159pmrthe glands and membranes of the 7 3 45am 1158am cure Dr. pm stomach, and Perry indigestion, dysKing New Discovery for Con- 1ST am 1151am 7,43 p m pepsia and all stomach Willard.. troubles. sumption, and our darling was saved. Wynn L. Eddy, prescription druggist. Hes now ound, and well." Ivery- SOUTH BOUWD. A cautious aeronaut is building an bdy 0URht to know, its the only ure for Coughs, Colds and all Lung He will 8aii care like a boat. s diseases. Guaranteed by Wynn L. 3e over the sea, so that in the event only Price S Eddy, prescription druggist. of failure he will have lomething soft 60c and 100- Trlal bottle free. gl Noli to land on. Colliniton, 0 16 a m (47am 552pm I ) ll J I 4 025am 65am Dewsy Honey villa 9 S3 a m 003 am Birigham 8 60 a m 6 25 am 559pm ACKERS BLOOD ELIXIR POSI- - FOLEYSHOIJIY-T-AR 6 07 pm 6 23 pm ti vely Cures Chronic Blood Poisoning tope the cough and heals lunge 9 68am 834am 632pm andall Scrofulous affections. At all Perry Willard.... 10 02 a m 640am 0 7 p m times a matchless system tonic and OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Tkrok Pttllm pice lleoin, Lto.t purifier. Money refunded If you are D. L. 1 I). . I A W. Dc, Aet, Brigham. Sf.nl, Iiaur, Ceil Fas. ft T'kt. Salt Like City not satisfied. 50c and $1. & Son, druggists. Eddy Senator nearly eighty Morgan, furnished the senate has year old, a remarkable illustration of physical A CORRECTION. He appears to rtst him self by making a five hours speech. endurance. The Article which appeared The women of Kamas recently MarateS Mm BttMre Oae Tkoauiqd came within one vote of securing the a Dollar a Year and TttI-lsame right as man, even to ia sitting Ex,iuh. r.lh Dr. Kings Nov; Discovery FrC: the scarf dtill with national colors. Yours truly A. Madsen. Temple, Salt Lake City, Feb. 25. A fine dinner was served to all, and thus both the inner and outer man The Silver Grays were iresented with chairs, handDisturbances of strikers are not some books, gloves and silk mufflers nearly as grave as an individual dis order of the system. Over work, loss according to age and previous presof sleep, nervous tension will be fol- ents. lowed by utter collapse, unless a reliBp. A. Goodliffeof Snowville was able remedy is immediately employed, Tberea nothing so efficient to cure an invited guest and was most agiee disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as with a handsome white Elcelric Bitters. Its a wonderful ably surprised was also Mr. Andrew as silk muffler, tonic, and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run Callahan of Yost, one of the pioneers, was satisfied. More Riots. hat-rack- s, Oealal Basltoh Cnitaaa ' Everybody may not know that th oyel households It is not the custom to relight a oandle, says tbe London Onlooker. For however short a time R has been burning, if once extinguished, it is never used agalb at least not in the precincts of the palace. Another quaint monarchical custom Is that there are always two seta ot servants, to Ineure better service. The one set goes on duty for three weeks, and when that time has expired another set will take their place, so that in the sovereigns palace there is always one complete retinue at work while their dupli-te- a are resting until their three ka ot service come round agaim ' Deal Sea In Tibet. M. Sven Hedin has discovered down systems. It dispels NervousBRIGHAM CITY. CITY OrriCERS Just before dismissal, nuts, candies ness, Rheumatism and Neuralgia and and oranges and apples were dispersed Heber C Boden expels Malaria germs. Only 50c, Mayor satisfaction guaranteed by Wynn L. to all. f N. E. Mortensen Eddy, preset iption druggist. Peter Knudson . At night all again assembled to go j Isaac A. Jensen Cosncilmen Anc The unspeakable Turk is getting the dance for a short space. C Simon sen John P Christensen civilized too fast.- He has repudiated thus closed one of our most note - Recorder the Bax Elder News last week John E Baird Treasurer in" relation to the city aubmitting. TO CURE A COLD IN OND DAY Mary Johnson . Laxative Bromo Qulsla. Tablet. All MarsHal Tk J L, Robinette the matters in dispute between 4rwii.t. r9fluId u mon.y u u rails to care Mc' each B II Jones ,cn QraT,ltntttrg lAo.ney Brigham City and the electric Justices of the Peace light company to arbritration was incorrect in some particulars and W S Taylor Supt. of Waterworks has, we are informed, brought W S Taylor Chief Fire Dept undeserved censure on tbe Mayor Street Supervisor Chris. Christensen and council for their action. Night Watch & Jailor C C Hansen is MISSIONARIES WELL PAID. the Electoral college. Tba foreign nvbolonary flora not He alona. work for love of humanity The beil pill th etsrs and la a well-pai- d person, and instead of were midsummer. tripes; holiand usual Sundajs having the It cleanses the ystm and nTer All the valley assembled (the days of root lika other folk he 1 with gripe. vocation a salary a give years Little Early Riser of worldly repute younger to do honor to the older) at every once in from four to ten year, Ask for DoWitt'g and lake no ute our commodious house, and were ensays the Philadelphia Call. The marstituto. ried men missionaries in China tertained with a fine program, varied eelve $1,000 a year and travel pay . A small pill, easy to buy, east w. are married uka and eggy t0 ac but in its nature, from gay to grave. When missionaries who Tel have children old enough to requliw. Id rosults. DoWilts Lilli There were the usual quota of songs, to be kept in school away from homo lag Risers arouse tbe secretion and they one allowed 10 additional. If a Ionic to tba liver, recitations etc. Mr. J. readings, curing perm, young children are with their parents Wynn L. Eddy, perscrlpttH Green of the Century mine deserves and to be supported $100 additional ontly. ia allowed for each bWld. Of course1 fiiuggiil. the thanks of all present for his these salaries include house rental and traveling expense to and from many tuneful numbers. the stations. Nothing has ever equalled it Oh how we thank our J. Green dear When missionaries toko a vacation', Nothing can ever surpass it ot a year their traveling expenses to We thank him so and from their station are paid at1 thia time and almost their full salary le was so very entertaining to us More than, like wise allowed them. He was, he was, he was. the salary must, of oouree, ba the im--( The closing number of the program pelling motive when missionaries go j to such field a Chin. was a very pretty sight, and considerIt is good, too, to learn that the lanot lacking even In the, of borer are ing the untoward; circumstances face of such horror as ft is feared For All Throat and A Perfect their rehearsing, caused by death have recently been inflicted on Gospel s Dven Cure the at presLung Troubles. workers In Chino. of our Rosette school teacher Mr. L. ent moment foreign mission boards Money back IF it falls. Trial Bottle fra which called are In receipt of hundred of letters arsens mother-in-law- , frem volunteers who clamor to be eent lim and his family to Newton, great the land ot tbe Celestials. est expectations. - Beellnlav Sol beamed forth his approval of and on Old Folks Day" as though it you and. all members of your company a cordial greeting, devoted ap predation and earnest wish for your credit is due the girls for the manner success to excellence and to your fond n which they acquitted themselves in 1 lairavcd' Tourist Sleeper, free Chklr CBM, Klt sat ay eoBcn. - pleasure to listen to soft, harmonious music than I can express In words. I have often wondend how people can engage In conversation when in hearing of beautiful vocal or instrumental music. I listened to your excellent performance on Monday and was delighted. L regret not being able to be present this evening but am pleased to enclose herewith the price of Bister Madsens and my tickets and hope you may be both appreciated and well patronised. I am delighted with your devotion to music and glory in your success, and herewith send to hip U Silver Gray Day in Park ValleySilver Gray day dawned beautiful and bright; roads were bad but old but I am pleased in the knowledge that it gives me a greater amount of I air-s- THURSDAY, MARCH 5 1903 NEWS, his debts and invested his savings in worthy occasions here, of Park Valley. guns and ammunition. a Beo-on- MIL, Job Printing d Dead sea in the highlands of Tibet, a vast lake o impregnated with salt that indigenous life ia out of the question. It wm impossible for him to get hi boat close to the shore, so that he and his companions had to wade out two boats' lengths beftrre she would float, and thi was sufficient to bring a thick coating of salt on and clothes. The entire bed their the annual of thelegelake appeared to consist of bgjyh ALL KINDS OF Neatly and .f-- n Bee. I Colds Are Dangerous. B-- The following report was made by the Ak) of to the council at its session last week:-Th- e 10ARD OF mayor and city coun cil5 of have Brigham City been requested by certain leadings citizens and tax payers to accept the terms of settlement of the dispute between Brigham City and the Electric Light Co., as follows Sexton., :: r. That the city purchase all the holdings of the old Electric Light Co. To ascertain the price t be paid; appraisers shall be selected one by the city and one by the company and- upon a failure of these two to agree that they shall select a third. 3, v The question submitted all be the value of the old plant and the actual expenses incurred irr . the preliminaries for a new - - I i Demo- Ohio. dreaded tlw change of life which I noticed Wins was fast approaching. of Cardui, and decided to trv a bottle. I experienced tome relief the first month, so I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take it off and on now ontil I have passed the climax." Female weakness, disordered falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow a woman to the change of life. Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trouble. Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ape. Wine of Cardui relieved Mrs. Webb when she was in danger. When you come to the change of life Mrs. Webbs letter wvU mean more to yon than it does now. But you may now avoid the suffering she endured. Druggists sell $1 bottles of Wine of Cardui. menses, Jos Joseph son Recorder Meltrude Hunsaker L A Snow Assessor Co Supt of Schools Nephi Anderson plant.- - 4. The cemmittee is empower- - PEAD IT THROUGH. T would Spoil This Story Headlines. t to SL'JgjJ- - Theres no Better Ssnrico Tell it in ' the Than the! vie the To use asv eighteenth century phrase,, this is an oer true tale. Having in town small in a Virgiaia happened 1 is a it the winter of 90s, story very much of the present. .Up to a short time ago Mrs . John E, Harmon of Melfa Station, Va., had no personal of the fare curative knowledge Chamberlains Cough of properties Last January, she says, Remedy. my babe took a dreadful cold and at ene time I feared she would have pneumonia, but one of my neighbors told me bow this remedy had cured her little boy and I began giving it to tey babe at once and it seen cured her. I heartily thank the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within mf reach. I cannot recommend it too highly or say too much in its later. 1 hope all who read this will try For h and be convinced as I was. Sale by Wynn L. Eddy, prescription (jlrnggUu I" t ts Tents, Sheriff Awnings, Wagonr Covers and other ducking goods made on short order to suit your own taste. Surveyor, Dewey ville J N Holdaway Fisn & Game Warden, S F Thompson Dr. C. L. Olsen N P Anderson Commissioner.. Water, County Physician Carpet Weaving COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. Valentine Dr C L Olsen M. B. Hart and E. members of board. A W From Kaaaas City, Saint tenia and Memphis to points in the South, Scmth east sad Southwest Tbe Southeastern Limited lb Leaving Kansas City at 6:80 P daily, will take you to Springfield, Matn phis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonvill and all points in the Southeast For detailed information apply to TERMS OF COURT, done on the shortest time in the county. Chairman Secretary H. Jones, I903. District court First Tuesday in February, May, September and No- -1 Rope splicing done and repairing of all kinds of tears in ducking. Terms reasonable and all work guaranteed. Mail orders given prompt attention. vember. County commissioners meet the first and third Mondays of each month DoWItts Salvo The many friends BAIRD Box For Piles, Burns, Soros 21, BROS., Brigham, Utah. Notice of Sheriffs Sale. In the District court of tho First Judicial district, in and for tbe County of Box Elder, Stato of Utah. Edward I. Rich, ' Brigham II. But- Sheriff rOLESKlBNECOTE Hakes Kidneys end Bladder Right Bromo Quinine TtUctac Tfcb Signature, Monuments. Sale. Now is the time to order your Defendants. To be sold at sheriffs tale on Friday, the 6th day of March,' 1903, at 12 oclock noon at the front door of the county court house in Brigham City, Box Elder county. Utah. One hundred and sixty teres (10) being the northwest quarter (nwi) of section twenty-seve(27) in township thirteen (13) north, range three (3) west of Salt Lake meridian, U. B. survey, situated in Box Elder county, Utah. Purchase price to be paid In lawful money of the United Slates, monuments and headstones. X'ST'Over 1 00 to select from . Stock the best Prices the lowest. It will cost you nothing to order, but will give us time to do the work rase n mtMBh JOHN H. BOTT & SONs. Josnrn Josphsoh, f 12 m5 Sheriff, W Ttae Early Risers famous littla pRIs. A UeaCs SttoDtrcacCi) Indigestion is often caused by overeating. An eminent authority says the barm done thus exceed that from the excessive use of alcohol. Eat all the good food yon want but dont overload the atomach. A weak stomach may jrtfnse to digest what you eat, Then you need good digestant like Kodol, which digests your food without the stomachs aid. This rest anc tbe wholesoms tonics Kodol contains soon restore health. Dieting unnecessary. Kodol qalckly relieves tho feeling of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals. Absolutely cures indigestion. Kodol Natures To rIc. Prepared omlv by B.b. DxWm ft Ca.Oblci TbsIL boteissMtalasIM Mas tbe Mo. tk To Cure a Cold in One Day Seven Million boxes sold in post 13 months. SJews Qffice. ler, Mary N . Butler, Ileber C.But-le- r, NERAL WESTERN ASBNT .Teio Laxative 0ox Elder Rlamtlff, vs. Wynn L. Eddy, Prescription Druggist G. W. MARTIN 1106 17th St. DENVER, COLO. at tho . De-Wit- CARDUI ? Well Again. of John Blount will be pleaed to learn that he has later learn that the man is on his recovered from his attack of back with pneumonia. This is of entirely Pain Chamberlain such common occurence that a cold, rheumatism. however slight, sheuld not be disre- Balm cured him after the best doctors Chamberlains Cough Rena In the town (Monon, Ind.,) had garded: C J Nelson edy counteracts any tendency toward failed to give relief, Tha prompt reIt always cures and is lief from pneumonia. pain which this linament afpleasant to take. Sold by Wynn L. ford Is alone worth many times its HEALTH. f Eddy, prescription druggist, cost. For sale by Wynn L. Eddy, Chairman f The construction of the Panama prescription druggist. Dr. L. Berg S W Fishburn Secretary canal is almost assured . W. Knudson. C. C H Davidson City Physician Whats In a Name? The city council meets the second Everything; is iu tbe name when it land fsurth Tuesdays of each month. comas to Witch nazel Salve. E. C. DeWltt & Co. of Chicago, discovered, some years ago, bow to make a salve PRECINCT OrriCERS. from Witch Hazel that is a specific Justices of tbe Andrew Funk, for Pile. For blind, bleeding, itch Peace Lerenze Peterson ing and protruding Piles, eczema, Constable cuts, burnt, bruises and all skiu diBOX ELDER CO. COUNTY OFFICERS seases, DeWitta Salve hat no equal Judge ist Judicial Dist...Chas H Hart This has given rise to numerous Dist. Atty F K Nebeker worthless counterfeits. Aik for the genuine. Wynn L. Eddy, W Valentine A Chairman Co Corn... prescription druggist. Co Commis., Iowa Suing M B Hart Kelton E H Jones Jos. Jensen County Clerk J S Perry Prosecuting Attorney Treasurer- J A Edwards Mrs. Laura S. Webb. cratic ClDb.ofl.Hii! How often you hear it remarked: Its only a cold, and a few days mA Cures Chip In. Two-Day- on every box. 25c. OH YSPEPSIA is caused by imperfect or lack of secretion of gastric juices in the stomach- - If this disease is neglected Gastric ulcers appear at a certain stage and ?lowly eat into the lining of the stomach, poisoning the blood and preventing any nourishment being absorbed from the food. If neglected the end of dyspepsia is death by starvation unless a gnawing ulcer penetrates an artery and causes sudden death by internal hemorrhage. If you are I dyspeptic dont neglect your trouble, dont despair. Try OioCCiAP &AG3VA A BLESSING TO DYSPEPTICS It cures this agonizing ailment every time. It purifies the blood, repairs the inroads of this disease upon tbe tissue of the stomach, increases the secretion of tbe gastric Juice and restores the stomach to its normal healthy state. I was a great sufferer from chronic dyspepsia for thirteen years, which finally became so bad that I was unable to work or do any business but Kickapoo Indian Sagwa made a new man of me. It fully restored my health and I can work with entire satisfaction, and deem it a duty to make this known, so that those suffering as I did may use KickapoO Indian Sagwa and be benefited. I cheerfully recommend it for doing what is claimed of it. William R. Donahue, Westcott, Nebraska. There are thousands ctf others living today who were cured by it. All druggists sell it, $1.00 a bottle: 6 bottles for $5.00. A sample of Sagwa will be sent FREE upon request. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., New Haven, Conn' VH m.