|Paper||Beaver County News|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County News|
LOCAL 'J HAPFFNIN6S AND PLRSCNAL v. I. Hi.. mi our luv (irt in hl"l A. kill liil'.l riiiliuii. KrstULf ul-- is no iii-r- lie t- in SuulhelJi I'tah fit n:i iiS eiiiuil In a: Hull I AiLin. ei I he J'at l.liln I'Cil li. al: raluc ill tlnili SulL 1 t . il.l nil r.lll'i' 111- Obiiriei Sauitief inf Si e.iil Will lei I I lii !U iv .1 That iirouini Hug Day i lmW Wa a l in- iruler. ahe Jerter-- i ti 1 THE MARTIN TERRACE ' ! ftai'e t.if 1 That Whether the old hl.g HUM h.R K.l.M'iij.tii.ii iii Ii!m lioiiiinhailow or mil wv hail the Lraxii t li r papf. . it iii- - are Kii.g-l.itl - l.i er Mime tall f tli- 'The it If you have auytliiiiK 1illn. 'ihe v are ea-- y to lake, l wr'i 1 l'iii k. ant in eKeet anil priill m That there has been conaiilt ml.-Sold h M ilhird 1 liiiiin land ext ileii.eiit around Milford Tale a i! will ge c.i our nc.'i tinii ntur. the lari week or two. I! you vwr.t In u.ake a lr look and cull to tai prr'.int 'ihiM' Mua.ay we are all in the farming bus-- j A kin are m rib. ow r oi:r fl i k ot ilium ii ful and Thai mean now. K. 11, tan.-l.Arhangr giiodi. at the I 'or a elioice il vaUntim tail at tiii.i-Tine all a! and time U. Al uoy the It, That all the gambling in Miltonl: louml .he Carhiilixi-i- l will Halve wa .W1W )UHt Sunday. Mrs. Ambnu-llr l;e i vii.lih g Ill what ot ded tor hurii- -, ruin juat and h Sal' I.ake u li u i'll) . i Milford sold hire It bruisrs. hy That tln gambler beat the tovviw and al ij,uriiisny t:stira, iixati-r- any dad t j it. 1 i:o ;;i.i o n ii iii '.Ling Hi to ar a That it e uaual caiicaturca arc mi; hlllit-ol I oil the a'.ieet ilical UliJ Viiulii eh.itne in tin- store window which i iuiLin-livtime lai'-tot Valentine Day. a thu de 'll. .Manx ol th.-iII 1. lint al the mill el Ir.lOiin.; mi! That aiiiiie of the iiicturea are exact del enev, iitir i of Home Milfordian. ed iion fur Heaver count) until That a man never squeel Vou tail yet the lieatmeiilHiii.il FRISCO NOILS he is hit. t ie heat aerviee at llolcl Atkin. a il.e Valent im-- in gr at That aiiine have aqueeled atioul .Vr. T. McAuluy iui liccu on tl.t I Trn-rli. li. atnre. Mra. card, Mick liat. tiling Tlic New ha Maid. n- -t Mr. and Mm. W. II. hi family to I. as nu.vi-liay Ti-iri.ed lie Ilie the (ilat of the Week l In- in'u . That our excuse is, the shoe must Min. Do Wolfe Iiun hei-viniling in tit. have month:;. D.'iiver for the pat I'ditli Waldimcre Iium very ill. ELECTRIC LIGHTED IM want ThompMf.il returned Turs- Mr. anil Mm. Harry King moved That tlia Oild Fellow will celt brute STEAM HEATED i'pii the Martin enliaye Wednesday. day from Halt Lake the Seventh Anniversary of the instiTom Martin nrMiironl was a Frisco tution of the lodge tomorrow night. of everything the market 'Il.e vNit-idining the week. iH aerved at the Hotel Atkin. li Mr. and Mm. John Evans of AduinH-- j That in ail elegant net of dishes we cial That there will bo something a pent u few days in tow u visit-ville are ofTeiiiig for four new siibsiiilier on the program. w itli relatives. was down irom iug Tom McAulay We learn from a c n.muuicution Ti'isco u couple of dll) the first of the That tho town dads should secure r. .in Umg Teach, Hint the children w vk. Imoka for keeping complete, We are offerirg the Reaver ('minty proper !of 11. K. buekcU are Hiiifei'ing irom ' records of the water service, jk11 News, Southern Utah's host paper, A daiightei arrived at t'..e liome of ' measles. V. J. 1 unis, last Mr. and Mm. taxes, and in fact every branch of the from now until January 1. Il'lt fir furnislit-T.rain and Sperry town's business. ' l.n cash. You can't uff ird to I e Sat in day . ifXiiTa-umusic for the hail Thursday without it. . over from Sheriff Koliiiisiiii evening. That it is merely a business propoHeaver Monday alt ndiiig to Sunday services at Tirst Church of wlio lius Mrs. (h very sition worthy of consideration and of Christ Scientist of Milford are held as h.isiiicH. ill is reMjrti-ito he reeovering. follows: Sunday school at S:l.i A. M. importance to the town. a Helen las morning service at 11 oclock, even-- ; . (i. Key Holds lame in frniu the K.Niliou as clerk ill the State bank of services at 8 o'clock. Wednesday ing ranch Tuesday and said he is busily That The News dues not presume County. experience meeting at h arranging to have his ground plowed to lie a dictator, but will offer crit eyening c ol ' uni 0 weld (iieenw (leu. I, Attorney where ho expect to put in a large cism of business methods of public to Heaver yestenlay to attend to acrongo of hay and grain. official when occasion demand it. legal business. HenderVein end . Raymond Taylor I'onfo in and see that elegaul prein-lin- n son left for Reaver Tuesday', where, That annual election of officers the e we are offering fur new aubsrib-is rumored, they luteiid to lie wed. of the fire it will occur next department to The New. Miss F.thel KUison, l'arl Hamilton v Wednesday night. Mr. Irwin MrXiere retimed from uiul (1. Tuylor completed the jolly Saltloike last- Saturday and is much Ipurty that accompanied them, That through the efforts of the improved in health. Afll.r residing in Frisco for twenty The town dads forgot to n.eet last years Mrs. Tin mpson and three sons School Trustee Burton and other being organized among the romisn to gie im a will leave Satunlay evening for Salt a band night school boys. douhle dose next week. akc. where Mr. Thonison is eugag. in the cafe business and where they A number of water ppes wise e.l Kindest home. will is their future make a That this splendid movement frozen ami burst-'ilurii'g the a; t extended be arc for and should wishes sticeess by by encouragod two extremely cold nights. manv friends. l a ei uple of days! Nil IioIh AC at Miuleiiu tlie tirsl of tho week look-- ! That Milford has one of the best roxxiurims 01111 ing after hiHfiuess interests. graded school in Utah. e ul 1 i lli oh un-o- t - i. -- j R-- T t a-- i j ... li- , In-- ! i ( lit-t- . 1 li;-- r i I r . a . i. I W r ! e t l.t-ei- i li'.-li- e 1 ; i ; liki-n- s HM-- THE ONLY- - MODERN ROOMING HOUSE . . i SOUTHERN UTAH IN hi- - - hi-ci- i COLD WATER BATH CENTRALLY LOCATED HOT r and t MILFORD. UTAH iIhi-iI- I 1 j i I j f Ti-of- t s ir-t- tu-i-- r ELAVER COUNTY l i j i- - , - 1 but-the- 1 : Hpi-u- l Pincsalve Carbolizcd . TtoSMrwisa ! tXv-- . w 7 v- That the school trustees are taking great interest iu the advancement of the school. Jjiirjs That Ururge Atkin has as line a st ud of dry farm wheat as will be found anywhere. : . That he now has under cultivation. UOO acres of lard a inoiuygr:i::i l the baying pul'li : Irma you. your They appii-ciatbelief in their financial slanilir.g. They buy your gooils. A mom cram r.ew r was m like J culii-et.Thu rurrenev r ours in:o your rath box ot its own tn-w ill. If your hnrminj are Ji erti-- c J lug,'1 jour S ib'S are I ig. in. Icoilu apprivi-iii- i i".;. t.irrcf jl irad-a- n non S be put through this year. '1 i That this will mean mure for ford than we fully realize. L. . I iiit'i's the I rst and most (oiuph-- t ;o k of t very thing in That there Is not half enough noise hoing made about the Third Grand Gravel Day in Milford on March 11th. Groceries , Dry Goods, Miners Supplies and All Kinds oj FRhSII and Snch ads. conlHlctne. ini'.plr-- GET VMS t; mi IS ASSAYER CHEATiST AND of taxes Irom otli.-ial- Patent L'licIiryToiiiiil i Loiuliuti, Etc. I iii-u- r i; ry iippiiHi'e tt era 1 1 . L.i jut the apMrtion-men- !! V.ISr- - l u.h We Grow, Why? s a strong, careful, safe and successful institution.. It is a growbank in ever) particular. Your account ing. active, the bank anJ your interests will alw'ays will be appreciated by be carefully considered. Our officers are experienced bankers. o business men; Our directors are all well known, tin y are directors who DIRECT. If you are not a customer ol this Bank, let this be your invitation to become one. DLLiAU Qp county this te LAXATIVE That there co-o- is some talk of i staldish-store in Milford. well-to-d- GOUGH SYRUP I I i original ljvive nvvh yrn: That it was pretty bloomin' cold contain the no tyi.it'S ,in;!v n" the last two nights. bowel, t4iibintf ll to'l iM r.mwh t..fl v j t.l Still AI t s iug u IF ITS THERE WE'LL FIND IT 1 . N iiAiiivritiii!. That for the past several years our have neglected to attend to this important matter. for I .a hi-- Y year. SURVEYS hi, it TO-C&- Thai the town dads should see to it that Milford gets her (Umi-i- - rnr.::nerciul . The Cough Syrup that That so lung ns we cannot have a rids the eysten of a cold good sewerage syntem we better have by acting as a cathartic on the a garbage wagon. bowels is J. A. INGOLS ENGINEER, r 1 Ua-iU- . . That Milford needs something dene toward bettering the sanitary cou-.- il tioii of the town. i e, ; c That the time is ripe for us to do some Uiosting for it and have a bigger turn out this year than ever before. FRISCO, UTAH 1 F.-Mi- lford ; hci-mi- CURED MEATS It then' is anything you wait', we bavi it, an can supply you at right prices. Mil- That there will Im more improve incuts in Milford this year than ever liefon. GRIFFITHS O. O. O. 0. F. 9:-1- An ad. in this paper r is ar.y business n That the big irrigation project will f-- SOCIETIES. Lodge No. 42, I. Judge Joshua flreonwood Odd Fellow hall in meets H. Rvan l)iHl.rict a ttorne v- -E. at eight every evening Saturday benuis White rt cltrk tlf corbrothers o'clock. Sojourning A. White Jr. Coimty Trea-- H. invited. dially County Recorder Flizabeth Neilsou J. A. Collins, N. O. Sheriff W. J. Robinson W. L. Els wick, Recy. At'sessor J. S. Murdock Encampment Saunders EncampAttorney' Win. F. Knox ment No. 9, 1. 0. O. F. meets the Supt. of Schools R. II. Barton second and fourth Monday even- -' Commissioners Henry Hall, Miners-villSiimuol Hoolen, Beaver, W. J. ings of each month In Odd Fellow Burns, Milford. hall at 8 oclock. Visiting PatriJuvenile Officer J. II. Barton archs welcome. MILFORD TOWN OFFICIALS Fred E. Willahd. C. P. C. E. Scribe. Baxter, meets of Trustees Tho Board every 8 a oclock. Thursday evening D. ot R. Mispah Rebekah Lodge No. President Wm. Armstrong IS, I. O. O. F. meets in Odd Fellow Trustees Chcsley Barton, E. F. ball. Visiting Rcbekahs welcome. Miscli, W. J. Smith, Eb Tanner. LlDY A. McCarrell, N. Q. Ada Baxter, Secy. Clerk R. II. ntchforth Marshal J. II. Hedges F. 0. E. Utah Aerie No. 1295, FraKiigini'ci-- J. A. Ingots ternal Order of Eagles meets in Odd Justice of the Peace Bert Nichols of Board Health F. J. Burton, health Fellow hall every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock. Visiting Eagles oilleer, J. C. Bowman and 11 II. always welcome. iilclifortii H. C. Kino, W. P. School Board -- W. J. Burns, Wm. Grin Phillips, See. Armstrong, F. J. Burton F. and A. M. Albert Pike Lodge No. 14, F. and A. M. meettf in Odd FoTiiE MiLFORO CHURCHES. hall the secord and fourth Tuesllow rir-- t Church of Christ Scientlsb Regday evening of each month at 8 ular services held every Sunday at o'clock. Sojourning brother wel11 a. in and 8 p. m. Exiricnce come. J. B. Inools, W. M. iiiot'Ling Wednesday evening at 8 Uko. Jefferson, Secy. oclock. Sunday School every M. Catherine O. E. S. Ruth Chanter No. 6 Order a. in. Sunday at Smithson, First Reader. All services of Eastern Star meets the first and are held in the Christian Science of Fir.t tliinl Tuesday evening of each Reading Room at corner mouth in Odd Fellow hall at 8 avenue and Me Ivcoii street. All 810 o'clock. Visiting Stars welcome. invilid. M. DeWolfe, W. M. Myka Mciliodist I'pisri.jial Clnireh Sunday Florence P. Inuolh, Secy. SehtHil at Id a. m. Breaching service every Sunday morning at 11 ROYAL H Kill LANDERS Polmnnt No. 018, Royal Highlanders, o'clock, and in tho evening at 7:30 o'clock. Junior League every meets in Odd Fellow hall the 1st Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 3rd Monday evening ot each mouth. everv Wednesday Visiting members welcome. Il'ayer Meetingficl'M-tci.adics Aid UiiEsuiY Barton, I. P. ex citing at 7 ;ftO sncieiy meets Thurstlay aflcmoous Lucilr Stoddard, See. at.'J o'clock. Cliajiel at corner of B. R. Meets in Odd Fellow A. C. avenue. Second ytain street and hall Die first and third Monday hatter Day Saints Sunday School each of inunlh at 8 oclock. 3 evening Mutual every Sunday at p. in. brothers Visiting oordially invited. meet. associations Improvement every Sunday evening at 8 oclock. Fire Department The Milford VolunRelief society meets every Tliurs-- ! teer Fire Department meets 2nd Wednesday eve each month al opera day at 3 p. in. All services are liouseat 8 o'clock. Regular practice held in the L. D. S. Meeting hoy se. The public is invited to attend all Monday evenings at 7 oclock. R. II. Pitciiforth, Pres. M I'Vices. I. jjstri.t j r Ih-r- FRATERNAL DIRECTORY Dfttii: il That Frcnchy" ha dcrfuily fond of kittens lately. won-- j cLiunf's, Ulntd 'li MilH.'fvl u( mwucy I'hani.ui i'i i: i.i.vsj I 1 1 Y L g iuLvUva. I'l.ili. Slate Bank oj Beaver County MILTOUD, UTAH .