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AGGRESSIVE = MESS Es ‘ee! AS, . oe x RAILROAD CENTE wpe MINING = AGRICULTURE _ Milford is*the pepe shipping and trading point'of a vast S ¥ mee Milford has fertile soil, plenty Eeplemnd: schiools'and excellent. mining iw Fo enWinsYearCatalinaOl Swim = MILFORD, Beaver County, UTAH, ente _Ged. Young, a.17 year old Toronto Wrigley, the .owner:.of Catalina: [s- land, had offered’ $25,000 to ““the first man to’’ swim the “Catalina Whille Geoige could hardChannel. ly -be, called..a- man,..in: syears. . he thought.he could -uses «the very nicely“ to help ~ He ‘had ‘no ‘monéy about the: his- “ widowed Margaret: but Oregon, lots The following is a complete report of have all* she miles in Houser the of Long. Steager of stuck to the Mrs. Beach and Rec. from tickets at door for over three hours after the, last man had been ‘taken out... Mrs. Houser. had reached: a point about 3 miles from could the finish with Miss Steager his possessions and inside car motorcycle and he and his chum. started for: California. The motorcycle’ took nearly all their money and’* when they reached Chicago they were broke they went to Mr. Wrigley’s about so office to They were such good looking kids that Mr. Wrigley bought them a meal ticket and loaned.them $66 on of they went and trouble they about six reached weeks to bé:-SWa8M. after before 29!) all San the kinds Pedro race 4s was ne eS With only sixty cents in their pocka channel, and morning George at Avalon who faced the point 22 miles of found race the 102 of and one. starting gun at the from the finish. The swimmers 96 gun was fired and them got took to the .water, six of to failed feet right now and the gun go off. . Pitted against cold hear some this plucky Canadian boy, were women switof the best men and He seen. ever has world the mers axle know he took off big ' The 22-mile jand was on. for race Norman ‘‘claw stroke,’”’ not time At. another’ and main at a few the he Ross, the big minutes betting men took could not hold it after 3 swam having two women morning after been in Egyptian about 23 miles and having and 45 Tuesday water exactly 15 hours Sunday to and ARs Wl oo cieine Geo, Labehbield <1 iaeoee nae Dalla ark oo Russell -_Hunter «........--..-----s0s-----+eee occ Mars! -TADTISET Ardath Johnson. ...........------::1--+++ Beniti A. O. got Hollywood in theatre night before the at enormous an A prominent real the evowd of pebple. | subthat owns a large minutes and 38 secondsia, mat estate firm. Vincente chad .ofPhe first and only person, Point at division 96 starters to the landed of out n winner woma the or if His . mearest fered $1,000 property and Youns reach the mainland: of Cincin- <n front of their inside their rival proved to be Myer far janded just two feet a taken had so he got $26,000 for the days’ atti,, Ohia, who line, ed carri g peen different course havin to the south and ‘py the current miles BABY BOY ‘MILFORD WINS PASSES IN CEDAR GAME AWAY ————— to Mr. and Mrs. An infant born A | ting games Milford, early mornIn one of the amost.exci Milford Clave Walker of 15th passed away the ry Branch ing of Janua Services the seen here this season, the ted Athletic club defea . 25-20 ge, colle Agricultural er was leading the first quart at seore of 4-8, W ile piled up a 18-6 lead. the in g stron came back to pringing the count Milford’s ‘favor. Milford by the the “half: they The B. A. C. third quarter, 16-15, still in afternoon of the same day. S. church Sunwere held in the L. D. day afternoon at 8 o’clock. Patriarch, chief speaker. Moses Edwards was the to rest in the The remains were laid Milford cemetery immediately Harry ing the services. charge of arrangements. Le follow Ward had d a thrill<The final quarter provees to play, minut Hunter Milton. er. ‘With but three R. E. Hunter and . . Carter 20-19 part of this BA. C. was leading w to veturned home the latterwhere Milton ‘thro free a with count tied the followed rare from. Salt Liaake an eye specialstart the rally. » Stevens cent- ‘was being treated by with a difficult shot from deep throw, ist. er. Ray Banks-counted a free Scoring with © pag qwhile Eyre ended, the line just before the side shot from the gun. T. 8, F. ,6 M. A. C.—totals, G. 10, ace! eran Wa Peterson. ...5.. cineca “Mrs. Rose Braun. .......-----+-Hugh. Chanslor .........-----:--ssreer+ Mr. Wrigley Young Vasa ‘Mires. Chas. Kelly. -.—-aniweses entire during the him “Mother,” and o'clock and ANNOUNCEMENT hoist- the company has been sinking a vertical shaft, from which drifts are now Californians FOR RADIO FANS The U. P. Orchestra will are optimistic over Utah’s oil prespeets and there will be plenty of California broad- capital for development purposes when it is struck, according to G. S. Holmes, Salt Lake and Los Angeles capitalist. ..Mr. and Mrs. Holmes are. at present. in Salt Lake City, where they expect to remain for several weeks: Mr. Holms was formerly @ hotel operator. Mr. Holmes said that Utahis consisting of blue amount 10.00 Glandia: Wolemian 2 _.-...i..-sc--cce-5-c2 8.00 Maud: saines )-)<.50c.ceico steep 6.00 Mrs. Raines 8.00 Telluride Power. Co. ....--::s1-s-+--Wanda James ~..-:..c-s-rerc-eceoeet 12.00 Vera McAllister —.....-21------e- 8.00 Telephone Girls clee ad 3.00 liquor. to engine, Wet ‘to Mr. and he sent word at . once the $60 Wrigley to have him -take and was send him ithe as Young soon passed him out of the $25,000 and swimthe of any by balance. méver passed to the He landed at Point Vincente mers. The checks were delivered favorite with the lead, but Diesel MATRON PASSES He enterquarts of hot chocolate. 177 pounds ed the water weighing He 172. weighing out and came upwright led a clean, has always in any tobacco used never has life, a drink of form and has’ never taken thoughts Two swim kept with to pay .back that $60 compressor, ing engine. Since setting the machinery and erecting the surface plant, being talked three about on ber these announcements, because a assured. very splendid program is musicians who; These are the same the big' furnished the music “for for Union Pacific dance on the 19th. It was said to be one of the largest dances. ever held in Milford, which public the proves to the Milford Remember ability of these artists. bothered and tea, hot beef operations company has put down a 400 foot shaft, which will make prospecting and mining of the ores very much up in the kelp and hada struggle to get through, the got around his neck and sca weed clutched his arms and legs in a most pulled he but manner unkind during For nourishment through. of ounces few a he took tthe swim ‘good started after all expenses were paid. one The following is a report of committee on sale of tickets:. Mary Williamson. .....-.-..------::-00e0- $32,00 Hubbell vpragt ooes.ce een 10.00 starting he company its ground last July. A complete mining plant was erected consisting of those who have radios should remem- tanzled terriffic and the as& This Coast Capital Declared — ~ Waiting Oil Developments cheaper. As The rock formation at the Magnolia ‘Mahalie Sherwood ....------2.--------- 21.06 | is like that found at the Moscow mine, men, men again. separate when swimmers from the other threw it to the sharks. would camera kinks ott and was graph ite, of grease with a coat suit, then put on his small bathing which by men,: newspaper 67.25 In Star District continuation has been so regular the the race at 54 strokes per minute, slacking as the race.progressed to 48 and finishing at 46. At one time when only out a few miles from the start he was taken with a severe leg cramp and suffered untold agony but: kicking: his leg: and rolling on his back“he succeeded in kicking: the his body all over with the covered then and greased grease had $15,000 manager.” He said when asked about the future, that he would buy a small home in Southern California and. send for his mother before he made.any farther. plans for the future. Young swam with what is be the best to land, they lookfrom every the big event angle. The proposals theatrical it thought offered: ‘we suppose women and girls, all were told to ‘‘go see mother; she is my main- the and tides the land where they had Upon winning the biggest swim-|° ‘ming event in the world’s history, Geo.: Young was flooded with offers _ets they sold their machine and ate it up. They studied the current of the would ed at Wrigey to the first woman to finish and a a tribute to the endurance of these two women he announced that they each receive $2,500. make sure if the $25,000 was still there because they did not want to go clear out to California and win the race if the money was not there. and Mr. ae cleared $342.25 was the raise, about $70.00, and He sold or two miles farther out. pawned all vested in a Dollars Per Year Total $868.25 | going to run to ore fissures. cast on February 2nd.,. between the at. hours of 10 and 11, over K. S. L. for Expenses Ore:‘on this. property outcrops Paid: Orchestray -.-.csccyas-sssoessnens $16.00 '| the grass roots and has been follow-. the advertising and publicity departPaid Ticket Taker -.............------+- 1.00 ed on its dip and rake for about 225 ment. On February 3rd, from the Pads Aye: cai. ds lates ro ditveuiinne 9.00 feet. The ore:has been increasing in Newhouse hotel hours, 10,to 12. Feb. size and depth, from three different 6th the same orchestra will enter- ' Total $26.00 levels ore has been shipped and the tain over K. H. J ., Los Angeles. All Portland, water Holm’s Rec. from tickets sold by. com. 194.00’ from race, the benefit ball given on January 12: Receipts from sub. ............-.. _ 86.50 Rec. from basket food sale ..... 20.50 | Miss Martha his:own mother-and mother let him land. and a half ‘Two women $25,000 faith im his ability to swim in cold water, 60 ld managed’ to’ get $6.00 = frenr hig chum’s three Two —— T. 6, F. 4, P. 20. B. Av C.—totals.G. 8, Hickman. Referee, Milne; umpire, Rock) James (Black Hardy (Minersville) -.--....- National recognition was occorded the Utah football team of the past season by Judge Wm. V. Brothers of Cook county, Ill. Judge Brothers and Utah his family accompanied the team to Hawaii and also returned on the same boat them. with In a letter to President George Thomas, Judge Brothers said, “The entire party reflected great credit on. the University of Utah and the peo; ple of that great state. The passenun-: gers and officers of the ship were animous in the opinion that they rep~esented a very high standard of col-: lege athletes, with clean minds and bodies and were apparently dedicated to the proved limestone, white monzonites and shales limestone, which has been the reason for the ores in the Star district just as it has been in other part of the world. The Moscow has-been the pioneer of deep mining inthis district. in putting The economical work 10,00 down the shaft is something the comeee -There are of. proud be should pany 5.00 these sunk very few shafts being 1.00 days that can show as low a cost per 4,00 foot as at the Magnolia and the same 3.00 economical policy will be used in the 2:00 future development, and it is pre5:00 that the Magnolia will come in 7.00 dicted to the regular shipper in the next 20.00 depth ninety days, for at the 400 foot 5.00 the ore formation has been entered 8.00 -and a very. strong mineralization and cut the main big ore channel will be ‘within the next 250 feet drifting. UNIVERSITY TEAM WINNERS. They ideals. very highest themselves entirely worthy of their trust.” Judge Brothers is Judge of the Ciruit Court of Illinois, Cook county and. a graduate of NoNrthwestern Uni- ——— M. A. C. WINS FROM CEMAR Milford The Atheltic club basket- y ball team won.an important victor City college fom the famousdayCedar night—the final team jlast Satur score being 25-20. in favor " ford. Athletic lub The some very hard.game of Mil- City engage in in front of them the second game City colof the season with the Cedar 25th, the D. & R. G. lege- On January is lead- team from Salt. Lake, which City basketball ing the Salt Lake come to Milleague at that place will D. & R. G. has The game. a for ‘ford a t ‘not lost a game so far thisseason Salt Lake. llo basOn January 29th the Pocate versity. The University of Utah team *ketball team will play in Mliford on first sco Franci San will meet the Purple in their from their return trip game of the 1927 schedule on the and Los “Angeles where they have n, games. fast Northwestern gridiron at Evansto very some g says been playin basketIl, October 8. At that time The Milford Athletic club the Judge,’ “Our athletic officials ‘ball ‘team last year won the Union their of notice d will have had advance onship, and hope to refor it|’ Pacifie champi 1927. (Utah’s) caliber and mettle tain the title during the year the of opinion of us was the consens people who sat near me in the stands NOTABLE GROWTH OF a. at the game, that the boys played J. C. PENNEY COMPANY ed fine, clean manly game and acquitt themselves with valor.” this company, The J. C. Penney a a aa twenty-fifth year, will celebrate its 1927 AUTOMOBILE LICENSES rsary, the first store annive silver cr automoAll applications for 1927 opened in 1902. During nied by ‘having beenbile licenses must be accompa y, the busition. this quarter of a centur either the certificate of registra Nation-wide inness has. grown to a ip. or certificate of ownersh department stores, 773 of on stituti ate, certific of the In case of absence of but two nied ‘scattered over all the. application must be accompa to cover ‘forty-eight states. will stores by an additional fee of $1.00 onal additi bE Twenty-eight and spring cost of issuing a new one. —— be. opened. this coming. The fall. the in r numbe “even a larger HOSPITAL NOTES Van & Hood Idaho-Utah -chain of the Stores has Mrs. Andrew Algier of Greenville, Engelen ‘Co. Golden Rule and added medical treatment. been purchased ly recent attensystem. ny Mrs. C. E. Burgess, medical compa y Penne C. to the J. ed combin the tion. of . | ‘The total sales 2,737.86— Rue Nielsen, appendix operation. stores in 1926, .were 115,68 abscess on over .000 25,000 Sam Gumcol, operation an increase of nearly year. lungs. : the ‘previous opera- the ‘business. of kable tsetiElrietta. Patterson, appendix This. all is a rather remar : that ex: service tion. ng shoppi a to in- monial . Joe Dearden of Garrison, hand —— ——_——__o fection. the tends from the Atlantic to the Pacific about more, and more as a field for:finance and Business condidevelopment. tions aré good on ‘the coast he stated. ~ Bee - u TO HER REWARD dates. Last Saturday, January 15th, Mrs: Emma Pet Wedge of Caliente, pass- BAND DESERVES MUCH CREDIT ed away at the’ local hospital froni an attack of erysipelis. Mrs. Wedge was brought from..Caliente. on an early train Tuesday .morning in @ very serious condition. Everything was done to combat her affliction, ‘all without avail. She contracted the disease which was responsible for her the 19th the U. P. On. Wednesday the Athletic club gave a danee at social Arion hall which was one of the suecesses of the season, death by nursing a sister member of It is doubt- an organization of which she was Past Grand. She was born in Miners-. ville, a daughter of George W. Richards. She. was a mother, of ..two children. One daughter, who: was ill at the time'of her’ mother’s death; Milif there has been a dance in general ford: in several years that the in than public took more interest ful this The Union affair. the furnished ‘music Pacific band those and in at town were surprised and delighted. by was unable to be present. The: other, furnished the wonderful music She is also it a boy of eleven years. that this organization considering the if survived by her husband, who accomhas been such a short time since panied her to Milford and was almost Mr. Bailey. has formed the band. especially been active in keeping constantly up GETS COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS placed dnd sity and Hospital, and State Univer Senator MarsAgricultural college. chairman den of this district: is made on ce NEW ae Odd on: No, 25 Sunday taken.to »Caliente: afternoon, where it..was Mrs. E. R. Smith, statistician for banking ofthe Appripriations. Public highways, Fish and game, tees. ~ Health and Labor commit counthis give, tments appoin These entaty and district splendid repres ant tion on some of the most import county Beaver and a member committees. — the the BEAVER COUNTY: SHOWS GROWTH ing committees by Speaker Jorgen Judiciary, Banking, State Medical committee -until ——_—_-—® of this Jj. F. Tolton representative Senate Both laid to rest in the Odd Fellow’s Cenietery. The atrangements being ‘conducted by Harry Ward. oe county was appointed to the followsen: the bedside Fellows and Rébekahs did everything possible to lighten the burden of ‘the . erief-stricken husband. The body was his instructions. of at her time of her death. have interest «among: the boys, who . by shown a special desire to profit : has of Milford Saturday, ‘now... On January 22nd, train to Cedar |; they travel by special to 3 ts a The elevation ' Ge eee: + On Benefit Dance having swam about 30 miles and was taken from the water at about 3:35 a.m. when at a point about one and a half miies from the mainland; Ross the big favorite gave up water, splendid Tho JANUARY 21, 1927 Committee Reports Magnolia Leads of the committees for Canada, boy heard. last fall that-Wm, of irrigation power syst c light electripopula ystem. tionandis 2000. The lai Route shops, and a aK lh Phe ee ee shows a in her report of Jam: in’: Mil- growth substantial ford: In 1925 there’ were 55 birth’ and: 29 deaths. In 1926 the. birth rate al; most doubled, there being 82 new. ars rivals. while the death xate only; ine ‘| creased es: OFFICERS INSTALLED — BY CEDAR ODP FELLOWS the > IndeCedar lodge No. 63,: of s enterpendent order ‘of Odd Fellow friends at tained its members and January hall A. S. C. a ball at the on District 5. “During an intermissi ae by: one.* ti nts Vas ae IN BADG GETTIN & Attorney Sam Cline has been very busy man for the last few days— especially “sinee he was appointed, prosecute deputy county attorney totoattemp t ito Deputy Grand Master E. N. Thompson I. Lessing, those who are willing by assisted Beaver, of E. Idol, Jos. John R. Murdock, John r, Arch PatterH. Baker, Jos. Skinne George -Valand Hurst son, Dewey the officers entine, publicly installed term beginning the for lodge of the | in January. The officers installed were: NobleE. ‘R. , grand grand, L. ‘Bain; vice G. W Anderson; secretary, en; warney; treasurer, E. A. Willd conductor, Dr. A. den,-W. R. Hunter; to noble supporter GC. Johnson; right rter, grand, E. F. Hanne; left suppo er; weath Merry L. ‘W. ‘to noble grand, right chaplain, G. T- | McDonough; ; supporter to vice grand, Cecil Adams , Normand left supporter to vice grand ter, H.. tGoudge; left scene suppor R. rter, Griffin; right . scene ‘suppo H | A. an, guardi e outsid Barnfield; J ‘| an, guardi Woodbury, jr; inside present.— Varonos. About 150 were |, Iron County Reeord. withraise finance by writing, checks. the out funds to: cover: them. * Up te: present time Mr. Cline has ‘eaused of these the arrest of about‘andtwenty the, end, is.nof bum check artists, der yet, for both, the law.enforcement, -Milpartment-and the busines: men. of ford are determined ‘that this: nefari~ News pus practice shall stop. The does not feel that ‘it should publishso the names of those: who have been’ unfortunate’ as to fall into the toils of the law, but what has already certainly servee 83 transpired should to others.to think before a warning -of -the they try to take advantage business man: who is. willing to trust them. eee ee Ft492 eat Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Tebbs of Pan Oe OSE uitch are here in Milford. Mrs. Tebb: was operated on Tuesday for tonsilitis They are staying at the Atkin.