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Juab County Times Successor To The NEPHI Socialists Commence LET PEOPLE RULE, RECORI tical Gampalgn J. R. J. HENRIOD, Manager. Juab county. Ben F. Wilson gave jome very interesting and intel lectual lectures on Socialism Tue-da- y and Wednesday evenings to large and appreciative crowds. The lectures were given in the Arlington theatre- The following are the imprest; ions of a few that attended the the lectures. Mr. Wilson is a beautiful lect-jre- r and a very bright and intelligent man. James Belliston. I can say Mr. Wilson is one of the brightest and ablest speakers ( ever listened to. Everything le said was very clear and impressive. The people of Nephi should wake up and be broad enough to at least come out and listen when honored with such a speaker. Mrs. J. E. Cole. I consider Mr. Wilson a very Regular price $2.00 per year. In advance per year. Published weekly, every Frida at Nephi, Utah. Valuable Lessons Learned As To Fruit Ship, ing. Daring this, the first seasoi that Nephi has attempted tc ship fruit in carload lots, somt obstacles have been experienced which should teach some uable lessons. As the learned through years of unceasing toil the lesson that only by an absolutely strict adhermeth-od- s ence to scientific could the desert soil be made to bring forth crops without irrigation, so it is hoped the fruit growers will learn that to make a success of this line he must come to a realization of the fact that by close application and unvarying adherence to the princig will he be ples of able to compete with his northern neighbors who have studied g just as closely as the local farmer has ing. The car of peaches shipped out last week contained largely third grade fruit, and e v e n at this, some difficulty was experienced in getting a f u 1 car in the time given for loading. The first cause of trouble was there was no call for third quality peaches such as Nephi had to one week after the chip was fruit here ready to ship until one week after the fruit here was ready to ship, at which time the local association received an order for a car. By t h i s time many of the best peaches were too ripe to pack and some of the poorer quality of had to be put in to make up the car. This was a great disappointment to the members of the association as they had hoped to bazin to mike a reputation for Nephi fruit with the first shipment Orson Cazier, president of the association, worked day and night to get in the best peaches that were to be had, and if the members work as hard another year it can be ex- -' pected that some mighty fancy fruit will be loaded out A number of young peach orchards are just coming into bearing, and if not injured by will be frost next year enough fruit raised next year to load a score of the the growers see to it There-ifruit is of shipping grade. always a h e a v y demand foi the variety of peaches known a "extra fancy", and if p r o p e i care is taken of the orchards, together with vigorous thinning il the crop shows indications ot being too great for the trees t mature, Nephi can product cars of this desirable first grade, and no trouble will be had in disposing of then and that at "extra fancy' prices loo. What we considet first class peaches here are fully up to the standard of Erighan City or anywhere else; thf trouble is that w don't take ht time and trouble to make all oui peaches of Srst class grade. Preparation should begin no dry-faim-- dry-far- er m fruit-growin- fruit-growin- 1 that until j rs there cars-providi- np that s twenty for shipping twenty carsol ncaches next year. The lessonf of this year should be remember ed. The! t i m e to ship is wher the peaches are "not fit to eat" that is when they are still quit green and hard. Be r e ft d y t pick large quantities at a mo We Don't Charge You That Juab county with its im- jmensearta of and but highly fertile lend, now has and PreSldent'S AttltUde 00 dreatned-o- f opportunity of de- curing at modern cost enough waur to irrigate fifty thousand POpillar GOVerniUBnt. acres oa the east side of the j It Is our aim and pur- ZZlZLZZ PEOPLE'S VOICE MUST PREVAIL . The steady and substantial growth of our business Is destlnct evldenoe of the success and pop- acquire the We will be glad to have you try us next time. habit. do it. I land-owne- MTt Steraj V.lth -- t 1.) The following were visitors of Salt Lake during the Irrigation Congress and Conference: Messrs. and Me3dames Osborne Young. A. P. Younir, Hyrum Vest, Frank Evans. Byron Evan?, James Patterson, Ro b e r t L. d Fowler, F. A. Keyte and and Loren, Messrs. Orson Williams, Lorenzo Webb, Joseph Newton, Peter M. Hiskey, Mrs. J. W. Vest, Mrs. Brigham Gar-re- tt and children, Leroy Williams, Leroy Kay, Miss Ada Kav and son Fred, Messrs. N. W. and Roy Ellerton, Miss Jennie Perry, Miss Katie Mathews. Branch Young, Mr. and Mr. Eph. II. Kay, and Mr. Myron Vest Messrs. Charles and Harvey Kay, Eph. Yates and Mr. Harris of Eureka all came down to Mona last Sunday for a duck hunt. But acording to reports, they didn't get many ducks. sons-Kloy- Department Of The Inter-terio- r. U. S. LAND OFFICE at Salt Lake Zity, Utah, September 21, 1912. Kotire is hereby given that Lara !'. Peterson, of Scipio, Utah, seho, on September 9, 1107. mads Homestead Entry (Serial 02677), No. Mm. for SE1-4- . Wl-Sec. 25. and Wl-- 2 NE1-4- . Section 3T, Township 16 S., Range 2 W. Salt Lake Meridian, ha filed notire of r ntetili'in to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above before the Clerk of the District Court, at Nephi, Utah, on the 9th day of November, 1912. Claimant names a witnesses: Murray Fisher, of Sripio, Utah Chsr.es E, Stephenson, of Utah. James Kelly, of Mills, Utah. )rson Wadon, of Scipio, Utah. E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register. Vlri paHirt:ift Tt rf t't. 2 fitre-yes- Nephi Fred Hfr.r.oit. whose postoffice od!ren i Ptirkrr. Nevada, has made application in accc rdance with the of the Complied Laws of I a'nemlcd by the Session YMfi. Utah, Judiciary. The first Is the recall of JirdRva and the the review by the people of Judicial decisions on certain excep tional qurstlona. I hare said again and again that I do not advocai recall of Judges In all states and In all communities. The Integrity of our Judges, from Marshall to White and Holmes and to Cullcn and many others In our state Is a fine pars of American history. Hut I say It so bcrly democracy has a right f approach the sanctuary of the crairts when a special Interest has eornij'tlj found sanctuary too, and thla Is exactly what has happened In some of the states where the recall of th Judges la a living Issue. Is It not equally plain that the question whether a given aoclal policy Is for the public good la not of a Judicial nature, but should be settled by the legislature or In the linal Instance, by the eeonle them- aeJvea? The president of the United States. Mr. Taft, devoted most of a recent speech to criticism of this proposition, lie says than "It Is utterly without merit or utility and. Instead of being In the Interest of all the people and of the stability of popular government. Is sowing the seeds of ronfusios and tyranny." By this he of course meant the tyranny of the majority Oist Is, the tyranny of the American rwsple as whole. He also says that m r pro posat. which, as he rightly sees It. Is mereW proposal to give the peopl m ral. Instead of onty a nominal, chance to wiilnw and amend state legislation wiih reasonable rapldltv, would make tich amendment and In tcrpetstion "depend on the feverish, iiricettain and nnstaMe fl tcrmination otes on different laws r.f rnccesslve and ehnnetng majorhv tempo-sr- y ities," and that '1t lays the at at the loot Of th free of well ordered and suMeots the guarantees of lf. liberty and prr,prt without rem im.pulsM of a tempo ed,.to the fS'ful an. electorate" rary majorltr of This rritirm Is realty less a criticism of my proposal than a crltt It 1sm of all government. Is wholly nffTinded. unless It 1 on tbi belief that the people are Wamentr.llv nntntst worth, Thl in is ins qiefitr.n tnai. I mit to th- r,i. ttn esL the pre vallint mV;l'i Jnr s preponderant Opinion h hctier and mnre etartly ss fertslned. than hr a vote f jh people The popt must knrrw better than the ron't ha their own mora!lv and their nwn orlnlrn Is I k that v"" here, frm and others like vmt, von the ih rhsnce to atat people. te elt-eown vle-cf Jnlc- - and pTii,l!c and friora!!! and pr-- t s;t meV1v hs sntimtneed for ymi ht yrmt ei) ineanVnr SflherenW cf outworn ho ea:t the pelanfrv f formntas aSore (he vital r,ed r.f I r to of (.1) of a water per seentij from i ellow bpnnjrs, Juab County, Utah. Said springs are situated at a point, which hears north K7 di prees 30 minutes east. 24,250 feet ilislatice of the 120th MileComt r on the The waboundry line. ter will I collected by means of three trough at tbe place where it issues from said springs, where it will be used during the period from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, of each year, This for stock watering- - purposes. application is designated in the State Engireer'a office as No. 1600. All protests against the granting of raid application stating the reasons therefore, must be made by affidavit in duplicate and filed in tbia office within priate Utah-Nevad- cubic-fo- ere-tent- ot a (30) thirty t-- r!s ptiis-nmphle- hs i of onr ffrvernment. s5hoti not Bom- to openly bsld, ft a leral-;- - First National Bank. 217 Main Nephi, - - Utah Street Ss't Lake City, Utah. it ENGINES Mm .1. , For Farmwork Irrigation, or Pumping Factory use&eleo- trio Lighting to 1 J - SB h. overnwl-irurn- ( nMpomibl by tel AV. SliKPI-IJSR'-J firm, for . Levan- prtUular - tmj utah Baker Lumber Co, STANDS FOR QUALITY & QUANTITY absolutely Our Mouldings, Sash. Doors, Lath and Shingles are the best on the market The Cements we carry, "Ogden Portland" and ' Red Devil,' are surpassed In quality by none. The Lumber we sell Is equalled only by those who handle the best. We liOAJST )ou will BOAST, if you purchase from (iood Stock Phone Prompt Service II. iNo. ClubMeelins Pay's Mall. Nephi City Backsmtlh Club The Ladies Democratic Shop. Pay's hall, Saturday AIM: OUR night at eipht o'clock. All ladTo do our work right ies are urgently requested to be Using best o( material present MRS. U. F. HOMER. At reasonable Prices President. W. A. A1ATSON. Prope Mr, Carl Nelson, jrraduatfi of will meet in U. Music School and a pu of the eminent teacher Charl pil es Bennett of the new England Conservatory of Music, Boston Mass. will accept private pupils, in voice culture and the art of singing. Studio at Geo. McCune residence.- - Phone 143. days after the completion Pianos. bet known B. Y. All the makes absolutely ffuarantetd, for cash, or on time with easy monthly payments to suit yourself. Let m figure with you. I will save yxxu money. R. L. BATCH ELOR. Art of the bulilication of this notice. CALEB TANNER. Stat Hate of Pate Of first pub. Oct. II, last pub. Nov. II. Engineer. 1912. 1912. Particular Styls. A All our Vehicles have a style not found in other kinds. They d rr , and 1911. fre-Co- ire too many peaches on the trees. Last, but by no means !ca?t get into the association tnti all work together. Be ready to take advice of campetent authorities. Use the s a m e rigid on the dry ment's notice. Cultivate anr methods that you do will ba achiev-ed- , toman If success and farms irrizate carefully and be sure t otnerwise-ther- e'i Mr Tafl s r'Mfrn is the plflot but not THIN VIGOROUSLY if t h e r i too much teen hM frora the Ik sinning that competition. Utah. 199 saving SI with us will the Guarantee" JWELERS and Lewsc-- to rs least Mona Notes. No one Is too poor ularity of our Idea. acres-estimate- (Continued trxxm I'ur ed In your boy while still under parental Influence, see to It that he foime a systemt.Ua habit of saving money, and if you want a guar antee of honesty In him, teach him tha value of a good habblt.-- . pose to supply only perfectly dependable merchandise at popular prices i - Adv. character demonstrat- t mi parties. J. GREENWOOD. If You Wish To See a much as we could for what you buy at this store .Nephi in the court house Thurp- Cheercd for Speech in Opening Actv 'day night. The state Conserva- Campaign for Nomination Quotti tion commission, in connection 3 y Taft at Opposed to tha Malorltv with the national commission Stands Squarely on His Columbus, charge of the Strawberry pro- O., Address. ject have made a proposition to The salient passages la Colonel the Juab county Roosevelt's forceful campaign speech, delivered in Carnegie ball. New York, whereby 15,000 to 25,000 acres Wednesday evening, are given below: of the water to com9 through the The great fundamental Issue now newly completed Strawberry tunbefore the Republican party and before our people can be stated briefly, nel may be secured by them proIt Is, are tb American people fit tu viding they agree to purchase povern themselves, to rule themselves, the water when it is delivered on to control tbemselvesT I believe they are. My opponents their farms and in the meantime do not. I believe In the right of the lurnish security in the way of people to rule. I believe that the ma their lands as proof of their jorlty of tha plain people of the Unit good faith bo that the United i Slates will, do. day In and day out, States government will be justiW. C. ed pleasing entertainer. make fewer mistakes In governing fied in completing a set of canals Andrews. themselves than any similar claaa or to carrv the water into this reno matter what their Mr. Wilson is a very able, im- body of men. twining, will make In trying to gov- gion. pressive speaker, who treats ern thorn I believe SKnln that the Some trouble has been experevery line and all important sub- American people, as a whole, are capa- ienced in Utah county in disposble of self control and of limrnlng by jects in a way that makes it plain their mistakes Our opponents pay lip ing of the water from the Strawto all. His subject while politi loyalty to this doctrine, but tjhey show berry project on account of the cal in sense is one of economic lhlr real beliefs by the way In which cost of the work having been i champion every device to make interest which concerns the very- they the nominal role of tha people a sham. bomewhat higher than was at foundation of our national exist I have scant patience with this talk lirst estimated and for this and ence and all who missed it have rtt the tyranny of the majority. When other reasons the national and there Is tyranny of the nwjorlty state oJlicials have seen fit to put missed a rare opportunity of ever 1 shall protest, against It with all my the before the citihearing one of the ablest speak heart and sonl. nut we are today suf- zens proposition of securing of Juab county from the tyranny of the minorers on this subject V. M. Foote. fering d to some 15,000 ities. It Is a small minority that la I havt grabbing our ioal deposits, Why I am a Socialist ottr water be sufficient to pioperly irrigate studied its grand principles and powers and our harbor front. A at 50,000 acres of land I do know I am thereby bettei email minority Is fattening on th sale Some investigation of the line of of adulterated foods and drurs. It la canal and the region lying prepared to meet my God. Geo. a small minority that lies behind mo- the low enough to be irrigated has nopolies and trusts. It. Is a imnU miB. Hobbs. nority that stands behind the present been trade from contour mapf. Mr. Wilson the Socialist speak law of master and servant, the sweat- and this cursory investigation er is a very interesting and able shops and the whole calendar of ro shews that it would be feasible rial and Industrial It la a to brmg the water to and irrigexponent of the principles of the small minority that IsInjustice. nstng our ate a great part of the valley. Social party. He has his subject:: convention system to today defeat the will ii well in hand and keeps the at- of a majority of the people In the tention of his audiance. His choice of delegates to the Chicago conNotice To Water Users. criticisms are about equally de- - vention. State PrKineer's Office. Salt Luke My opponents chsrge that twn tblnes vided between the Democrats. Utah, Aujrw-- . 1912. City, my program are wrong because Republicans, and Progressive It Noliic i heiehy given that E. A. they Intrude Into the sanctuary of the fruit Fruit-growe- Come Juab County To SAYS ROOSEVELT The Socialists are the first tc pen the political campaign ir Editor & Pub M. CHRISTENSEN, SMenr Water Kay Poli- nny the Vehicle horse has styla, too, and these commnea maKe mesiyusn lurn-ou- t for which ftrc b:it the j. Wo Are Noted. ran furnish safe and care fi driter.t and as to prices, they .rethenly lart (if the whole o'tll.t thai is t.oi great. Kock Springs and Hiawatha Coal is the beat. WE CARRY IT. 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