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... . - ' - ; "TV-. -. - - .-, .J-1 " " 'V '' PLEASANT GROVE, -UTAjN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910. WESTERN NEWSPAF - VOL. 1 tCRFathhpfs UIILMI IIUI LU FOR UTAH m D1DEIID5 OU KILE OF ROAD G0!l-iOTY COUHCIL VERY PAYSOtl GRAB 11 nit Xniini; in rum t w Mm MINES It Grand Central, Victoria and . Sioux Pass But Properties , Are Encouraging Clod Has Given Oppor tunities and Men Must Grasp Them, Say the Speakers USE SMUDGE POTS Heating Orchards is Ad vocated by Professors Of the Institute ' Other Discussions (Special to the News from Provo.) During the afternoon session of the Farmers' Institute on Wednesday three live horticultural subjects were discussed: "Utah's Horticultural Opportunities," Op-portunities," J. Edward Taylor, State Horticultural Inspector; "Utah County Coun-ty for Horticulture." J. C. Duffin; "Heating the Orchard," E. D. Smart, B. Y. U. FARMERS River Bed Straightened and Roads Improved Prisoners ' Are1 Working Hard Mr. Taylor began by assuring his audience that the horticultural au-dietue au-dietue "looks like a pfrmanent camp" in hu vnnU of a visitor to New York. intensive observation throughout this country shown conclusively that we have an idea) situation "In I'tah."; aid the inspector, "we have two-thirds two-thirds natural advantage, with only one-third energy required, as opposed to other centres where the rendition ' Is Just the reverse." We can maintain main-tain our natural fertility through the presence of our iwcullar rivers and Htreams. and through the animal life which produces the fertilization. Utah It Backward. i-,.h u hnrkvard in one "thing though, according to Mr Taylor. Said he: "t'tah wants to be selling a minimum min-imum of profit from brains and en erg with onlv a minimum of that from the soil." Make the Interpretation Interpreta-tion for yourselves 1tah apples, esi-ellly through col or and si attract much attention In ............ ..iliibliH We have the soil and climate, and also the energy and 1 brains: the former couplet et-u s'ipe-, rtor the latter J'ist good as any j found in Hood River or California J They need extenive development n r I'tah lands are exciting mre "'t t dr interest than inside; therefore, an awakening I necessary. j Hut at pris.nt we are not taking' idvartage of our f.ivor.hle opportunl-! Te l-onF l.a dorn- H he n ..r .is." declared the speak-r. we. bavv now only " "l T:',"" n' Great Fruit Belt. Ttah Count for Hi.rVu'.ture" at.lv handled bt J ', I.Mffin The en orm-m crooili "i hor'i. ultursl re H.ur.e in rn-rl ye-,,, in Hah was) r.i.-t r. te.J I.. !..-,.! fur fruit gro- era e..n ir. r ir.re.isne r.-nM in' the future Th gr.-a' fruit bdl skirt tne tie V.a-'i!i ranre rro-n I j hi to; payu.n and farther make great po ibUiti'- for I tan ouniv fruit tnd i-. ; (Special to the News from Provo.) The Colorado and Iron Blossom Min- ina comoanies neia ineir gircwn meeting this morning and declared dividends of ten and eight cents re spectively. Colorado is payable March 20th, while Iron Blossom wvni ino ... h. -3nth. The books of the VIII Vll lv - - Colorado will close on the 15th and open on the 21st of March and the Iron Blossom will close on the 25th and open on the 31st. With the beginning of the new year Iron Blossom and Colorado decided to place -their,, properties on the quarterly quar-terly dividends scale., and this is the first announcement of the amount distributed dis-tributed on the quarterly basis. nmii nf thpe nrooerties are in ex cellent shape, There may---bo- oui surprise that the dividends are not larger, but this Is due to the extensive development work w hich is being done in the properties, l ne iiubi i'i are fairlv well pleased with the outlook out-look of the properties and claim that they are justified ip giving these dividends. divi-dends. The Grand Central and Victoria did a nmutinn' tn.iilV. SlOUX Coll" II, u liuiu a ' ' v ' . soliilated held a meeting but no dni dend was declared ana no ume n for the next meeting. The management manage-ment reports that the property is looking favorable. There are meetings of several of the other Knight mining companies this afternoon including the Opex. M II Walker. G. T. O'Ih-II and Klmer H Jones are in the city to attend this meeting. ' " . i ; Hear Recommendations of the Pleasant Grove Booster Club , and Other Business The Knight railroai council la o- the consideration of t e- iteth &Blieants had b- Knieht reuresentatives A sition the franchise" was q. county to grant the Iran LOCAL HEWS A boy was born to Mrs Peter Chris tiaimeti this week. The little son of Mrs Mark Rich ins is til of diphtheria Alvln V. Sitidberg of Sal' lke. was here on business this week ' A V Sundberg is hmne on anount of a severe case of rheumatism There l a rumor afloat that a band l t.. be olg.itilze.l 111 the Thtrrt ward rimied Sut.dberg ha- :"' "' Sa" Lake to resume his work as carp tiier (Special to the News from Provo.) Straightening out the Provo river bed and building a good macadam road is the work being done by willing land owners in the western part of the town. Today there are thirteen teams and a score of men busy at the work and besides these, there are twenty- five prisoners from the city jail hard at Work in the improving occupation. . At, a meeting held some time ago bv city and county .officials and land owners along Provo river, it was de-..;.i..i de-..;.i..i in atmifi-htMi-the river bed. in liycu r- an effort to protect the property from high waters. It was decided to make hnnrfrpd and ten feet 11 Ullliuiui, in width. The gravel and cobbles in the bed would necessarily nave ui ... Th a i heing aoue io gieal aavamage-oT- ttte fandowners and also the general public as nun-j..,i., nun-j..,i., V na, nf these cobbles are be- ing hauled to the west end of tenter street and an excellent rpa,d will be the result. " -r.,m. ,nH Willina Hands o.i i, mller and crusher 1 11C l"J r.w...- - are placed in the river near the c ty and county bnuge. ious ..,,,.-t,..,l nnrt hauled to lni- t ... i I ..nlIT nf prove the roau. i ue biiai6"-." the bed is being successfully accom-. accom-. ii ..i.,i o.i if thP weather continues tine and high water does not come too sooti there will be. but little damage i.v .ho i,iph water this spring. UlMie u. v n - Farmers and land owners from the west parrot t"e t-u are b"'"1'"","' the work and fifteen teams went to work this morning, i ne wor u-der u-der the supervision of William Carter city road supervisor. Prisoners Worked. bout twenty five prisoners in charge of Officer Snow were -working on the" river bed this morning. The wagons were loaded in quicn urn there has probably never been a road built In this county with , mojs patch than this one. About one mile of the road running west I mm waiter . u b ,...... - - ; .. ..i ,h th.. f-rushed riM-k from iiih in " w .1... rlinr l.e.l AS SIMin as etHHlgtl ' i u.. t.M-n hauled on the road ! will be scraped and rolled by the ,.rintlng Co for printing , heavy miler owned by the tit) iiisj ,lll,,roprlution ot $1'. tna.l. then the purpose of the supervisor to; . ,,,er the foundation with fine gravel and roll U lor the second time. This lull! insure a good road The land owners nr.- Ple.-e.l that the mads are ' l.e.t.c improved and 'also that they will be prole, led fl Olll IH K II i"H other cities will take any at a meeting of mayors Friday. Feb. IS. The?. City Fathers were swamped with business, making an extra session ses-sion necessary. a rwititinn askintr for an electric in- nn..kiii milu-nv frnnrhise. submitted by Jesse JCnight of Provo, and an ordinance or-dinance providing for same were read and Mr. Knight addressed the coun cil relative to the franchise. iae pe tition was referred to the commiuee on streets, in connection with the n.onr for rnnsideration. Likewise a petition from the Evans-Chipuian interests. r.Kh if tlu netitioners asking for vc-" v . railway privileges was required to de posit 25-for contingent purposes. John Green tetHioned tor curtain tJIV iinnrnveme ntS. WlllCll WllSI referred to committee on streets. i 3. IX wadley, L. uomson nn.i i r',.ininnre siitmiitted a petition ask ing for rtn extension of the city water privileges to Umion, wimu reived and referred to committee on water works. August-Schroder petitionee lor . n water to be extended to his residence which was referred to committee on waterworks. A recommendation from the Monst er's club relative to esiauiiMiiu paving district, grade lines lor rcmov ing tree' from business part of city, etc.. was received and placed in the hands of the finance committee. Jos. Green's petition for city water to his residence granted A statement from the I'tah County-Light County-Light and PowTr X'ompany, claiming . .toHnniienrt on lamp service re- COUNTYftSSESSED VAly a an. . .,r., tn t:itistics the total assessed' s .i, .x,.r..i.. ,,f the state is HT2.r26.155, IU ail me iuu.il.. - - - .nortCo r.f oil thu i-onnties is I49i.0h8. ... . i ... i .-ir.- Thu t nut ne ndebtea.K property va.u.u a. , . ...... .... . valuaU6a counues '.' ,:,, ,a,i real estate C?'....V.'. ,t hv r.:.h rountv is $l.2.l. The county has oilier hm"ii.' -. - no tionded or floating lmiemejnit TEftCHERS IHSTI TUTE SATURDAY FRUIT RAISERS r HOLD GOHVEIIIil 5 (Special to the NEWS from Provo.) (Special to the News from Provo.) The The Slate Horticultural - society 01 I tah is preparing for the sixth annual annu-al convention The session will be held in the Armory hall next Tuesday w. w, :n T ie urogram ar- ferred to the recorder for ad ju.lica tion. , .i The mayor was Instructed to can a meeting of the water asers of I'l.-as r.rnv Irrigation district Jfc- reli. 17th at 2 P. n., to cotisider matter mat-ter of exchanging water interests with tht Provo Reservoir Co. -Reconvened at 7:30. Feb. Xth. n.j.i .hut lha water schedule We corrected, taking three-fourths of an acre of farnt water from the Sam- i.etiSon. subrtTlrVed b Jaiwo H. Walker, et al.. asking that they be given citv water privileges at their residences was received and referred to committee on water works ItilK of $ 2. allowed trie . .. for February session-of the I'tah County Tea. hers" Institute w ill be hold in the U Y C building at Provo .in Saturday. Feb. l'.'th. The program is as follows- .music ami .... . -V - ,,v Erector J W. McAllister of I.ehl. ' ranged is a good one and will no doubt ,'ecture "t nilicatioi, of the Curricu-1 be bene.i. ial to tl.e fruit raisers who ' .. ' .. ........ n.,11 ... .h.. t I i.iieiiil II is the intention ol many mil. ii i ni. .,i".i"i' i of I'. Lecture, "Why School Work Should be Well and Carefully Imne." by Pritx'M.n! -lml4 't"'!', It Y 1' lit pai tinent meetings at l:.".rt p m High S.li.Kil. special program Grammar grade. -How to (Jet Fxpn-s sum From the Child." Prof Mesiah Hall. Primary grade, -language." by Principal Aiwa L. Umiel. (i'.v. N.-i-on ..nd Kst-lia .!..n-.-u . ti .ft. iin.-d i'inp;tn Sunday evening Mr and Mr-S-,inl. at P.. ; Mr Fred I lienlMi and . Let :.,.u..i .. n NEW FIRE MOUSE. ti... ...... I......... for the fire wagon id: .-terd.v by the corner ,.- M.-r. ann This m a sensible iur.u.geu.ent a- n I'1" " " ;'l'l-aralu rr.- it is M i., k'.v g-t tlK Th. ,. ...r !.uk..l. but the. ke may be i,l:, j.,., tr.-;,kn the . . . 'n.v n.ox. to o.g.te a rre I.ri ,,,., i,pT..V.U . B...le whl.U WlU l" W l s,H,n te- around with il ol i p.- mm raisers or tins section attend the meetings and some topics wtll be discussed by local people. WlU. M Koylaii.e will address the convention conven-tion concerning: "Features of the ivn-ver ivn-ver Apple Show Affecting the I'tah Fruit Industry." James (J Duffin will also resKndto an address: Ti...r villi be a 'nuestiotl box" Any questions pertaining to horticul , lure which are not in the program ihhouUTbe written out and placed la .n.ektions will tlie quesiiuu u. -.-7 Th VU rt- couuultt ha b j t rt!..,,- duHnf !Kitunity will permit. Mi Uoiilla Wadley gave a kt; ; debghtiiil house party hint night to a; large number of friends ) LINOON NEWS. HIOH SCHOOL NEWS. i lie lllltirii.il o . .... n I-aa. Carlson- withdrew his nppli cation for the appointment of water Kiiliiuitfc- th iiiti" 1 i - - .3 .uu.: id Ti. on. Larson as general 4 .rtu:.st.-r which was ennnrmt-d lr The mayor alMi named .1 W N 1 ... I'.mo !or rit aitor ! l v. i. it W. si of the Freshmen class Tie- ward choir is r.-hear-mg f"r 1H , hcImm.I again after a severe III-;i III-;i mu-ti-al entertainment, the proreedsj k ,Hu w ...... will I"" u,-.l to Purdue; . - '.ulaiged with Hie n.nii'K". ... .......... 1-i. r-oii is n-port.-d 'r ! inliiiiies ol standard wurks V.i reciiiiiiiendation was rat 1 Willard W ait) , k spent wi with Mrs Warn W .-n nT.r.neil I". .-vk with a ry Mr DufSn UHer. h.w.-er. ht Ha.-l N.-wman h.-1 h.-1 . - hoi.o lor the past .,,.re 1 i-c ol i.r.pix" t I W lid ! Jr. b't to.lay fori I ... I l-.r.- he is g.etig t" lletk IB the',, lyl.i M.ri.(t t.!e y.f li I. iatk i rid t.g a ! days thi e.k In Pro vi.it.ng tl. her 1. r.r.t.. Mr and Mr K J sice items net and t( ified , , ... i bill of $ ' "." pr.- ii'e.l ! r.t wi.f rmast.-r Carlson tabled . Il.tt -en-lon ' Mi 11pptoprialo.il of $1 v" a ' ! !ow..i Mr Carlson for nt lot and j ,r- .iter j 1-itir.n of .' ".r.-.n a-kitig th.it f.'.okhurst I'.e T.T-lir'-d to lower -et ; ,:t! mil. rt to pre vent w..t.-r r : .-. 1,2 cm petitioner - land. r. i ; to tl-e trrgai"n "wtiD''"' TI I ollie 0! C el -.irb t I.Ver J "ell .lie r ill the 1 o I lllg Chairman C I' Harper and ( O. I:l mid W W Wa'rtii. k of the s, hi.l Uiaid were visitors at m Ii.m.1 this . ek I V H.llil.(. Ir . a. 1 p..-ition lot the pre- nt in th ;i l.thi i.pt.-d :, Coop ant lie ban : with silk baokethall li' , i-,i n..!li.1.i a' tl - S..ti P. dr. evhihititig an oddit in tbn t-. nK' 1 a. 'M- 1 .0- 11 i -!,it,r.g foi't. frntn its wiak l,s.f b'indte.1 I' .!: r.d bull-. o .. !. w. S - !1 I"' Th- 'le:iint .'o. V pp-.ehied ! e H.gh . !' . 1. ..1. . l.-u.lldltlg 'be 1: ui,.- ill. l-el:i tonight Ti . Cr Coutrrv .bib h.gin with , .,! umr ho k r-iti vv enti.--i.y in. uill h:iie I., w.iiltiow until li" ti' . I "t t'!e 1 A bi.v .t- 1 I" Mr Wiif if.'. Wariiok P...m; Wad'. v .n'. rta n-d Uiets ls at her 1 o:.. la n i'A Vr l.o'i,. fl.. trowel n.u. . ..ifefl,. nd .i'uti.r. more tran w a,.,,,, ifi ot fniit flsni4. etc: tor ii-'"""-tudy fruit on bght gravely Meti"9 OreUr-Th- ft.'tt rkr Prf K H T- r f.e.r fa. tors to b r.MJrt4ered i- the T:..tirtnr,i r.f the orchard , ;.,.r. I'fM. heat The la,t one S V.. con.derl by .he ITTntr knowledge of h acon rrf . . . - j..i,t.t rand it ton Th" I down frot-i Manila 1 v..!Wer yr, J.in.f Hoinian are P.'r gLai.i Cut i.irii t o' the Manna y routn enter ,f !:ll! i M-iMie f 1 '. I of Nevad-. form ,r' ot tni purr. - - Mr and Mr. J- ard. . , . v ( N ;n ha to Vir to attend h-r daughters U.; Mr, ltia U N"- brt very HI . l.tii ion Cobble it BU kf'. !lt.fs this ind Id.l'.o. W e ,n (rvr.i-. iae tt u Vr Ld a 1-ur.d ri tarty Th'jrdi ! ( ,ki !mcbe'n et.- a t1$ w . elr.l ."liyor C.iopr stat-d ti ' I . in 1411, al.lMiMed 1' '.. '1. t.H'l (OHltll!-'oIler. Wl.o 1. ' "rfiod bv the co-in.ii ,'1 ....'.nt..,..nl ..' I' C C!ltt-"e i i e B i. .. n as i-.llceti.:n w;. ..i i r. v.. The bond irf 1 M ""xh " ' ... .iiot.er was ai l ro-l and H1-.I Te fate of water ta""H ' . . . unantiu.Mf ' ',,!'" " -.,rW. Ck- per acre Ka-t Mead-, j- r ' t' W.t .-ado. i" .or-' city lot II r ' ,n caU Move-l n4 catrte.1 tnat . ... ,..m the l tab I cht nd Power C. 1.. iinhi tbr.gh stt. ? r. .) l.b.--oln ., h-l.l hllNilli The 1 .11 1 I t!i.'.!' II Of e. ..1 . leg i.i M 11k f rotn -.1 nri !l Mke R . I n diphllo-r Ti-. i.- i a tei 1 I .. . ell the Hlj'l F-gli'h trad'- ,1! tl I . r '11 !"" '" . .. ( . .-II,' til" ' ol ,11, Hi I i'I -pirit he's, he-'s, 1 I iiinl the ,. c. n't .I Th'- bit-!(,,. bit-!(,,. .i.,,its during .e',i t.il a- tonight. 1 I...V. irar t ' t-if.tr-1 . - I. nl . g ?l s I. :ii! " ..r '. Ksi-.g lr . I. , 011.. front -. !- ;l Ci ..go ,.M Jo..i- Walk I .! If.lt e itn , V. e.l..-.i . ' . (,I to thelll w' -h otk o: the tear r ..! tie 1 link an. l,lteriit) of .1 f.-w poinl- I! I t k' of belt-up belt-up the r Co th er ie.i Th A PLEASANT SOCIAL. 1 .' At ' the he. Vr Varan CUrdn-r n . . -.nx-n vsH r.t i.,en. . - -- l..r B.o'!-er. Mr ' N 1 S-fT. li. t.ajt cl"e4 ... u .ri.D at oi KS'Sr fr ;,.. .. -0.d.r ..ay w a. ' i:.,.rd N'l- r'um-d 1 r.nx-rihv ;itt fciFi I .--. r.t . OlES IN SALT LAKE yflrm ntin- p-ier n. Tr.omaJ l-arn. d -d at S-.l .irato .tetir Vr Iatwoo wer at C- l-l- d- ..1 1. l-.n hell tod.t l..k- ! Mf Th- M ; 1 , ., orkl tntl ht ef jpearr IB toB " . . ihm ra-n ridaal ton 'mZ;''r.m in M. rw aad ri'matf C"!!""" mi.-. - - - isr - . . rirJir-M Pry.rlr.J 'V ... vt,.. h-r rtf h lrfeJ t.-4 their tfe boto. " Framp'e r !t' in Abt"" " fill tBMI'fcf , . . Tlfor lo r - , tic . -. . V, rea! ,ij- . 1a t at ?""' fcav - tr Will t - . . Ar,"". a4 H'M; ?f",.'T! " ,&r fe. at ;rt';'-VJ - . V . lia't ! two wk ii:tt with Cr.kt,a w e rents' ' if l - .k.. k at h" " ,l,.ry Rc!. b 4a. 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