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I MAIL ORDER JLo ve PIRATES Potent Facts in FOR ORCHARD USE Bringing About Matches Affairs T I. U.) NW. A4 3 W. Serial 04599. Copies of said lists, so far as they relate to said tracts by descriptive subdivisions, have been conspicuously posted in this office for inspection by any person interested and by the pub- H lic generally. During the period of publication ot any time thereafter, lua notice, or and before final approval and certification, under departmental regulations of April 25, 1907. protests or contests against the claim of the .elate of any ot the tracts or subdivisions hereinbefore described, on the ground that the same Is more valuable for mineral tfian for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the general land office at Washington, D. C. Failure no to protest or contest, within the will be considered suftime ficient evidence of the character cf the tracts and the selections thereof, being otherwise froe from objection, will be approved to the state. K. D. R. THOMPSON, rteglster. First publication, December 3rd; last, December 31, 1909. spec-lfiea- , non-miner- which of them are best fitted to make each other happy. Still more anxious are newly wedded couples that all their matter-of-cour- Office. Salt Ijafce City, Uxah, Hoptenibor 9, 1909. To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that tha state of Utah has filed In this office lists of landa. selected by the said Male, under Section 6 of the Act of kngres. approved July 16, 1894. as Indemnity school lands. vU: N. NW. U. See. 27. T. 11 S, It. S W., Serial 04526. Copies of said lints, so fnr as they relate to said tracts by doaejipMva have been conspicuously posted In this ofllce for Inspection by any person Interested and by th s, public generally. During the period of publication ol this notice, or any time thereafter, and beforo final approval and certification under depsrt mental regulations of April 25. 1907, protests or against the claim of the state to any of the trant. or subdivisions hereinbefore described, on the ground that the same Is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural pur poses, will be received and noted fot report to the general land office at Washington. D. C. Failure so to protest or contest, within the time sped find, will be considered sufficient evl dence of tho character ol the tracts and the selections thereof, ob Jet ion, Txtlng otherwise froe from will be approved to the state. K. D. R. THOMPSON. Register. First publication. December 3rd, last. Dwmber 31, 1909. con-taat- l 'OUR best salesman cannot work snore than 12 hours a day. 4 An advertisement of your goods In this paper works while you sleep and wake 24 boars a day. J It work In many houiw-bold- s at the earn time. t It talks better than the moat fluent $ . . . a week salesman. , J No one slams the door in Its face J RESULT: It aells goods. J Abmit the coat? Far lea than the f . . . . salesman arid does lota more work. trrtrt. 19S. kf W. H. Oscar Jenson, aged T, while hang ing on a freight car. at Murray, fell underneath the car, one of his lega being crushed off. During the years 1908 and 1909 there were eighteen marriage licenses Issued in Kane county. During these two years there wore no divorces granted. I.. Is. Hunter, a locomotive engison Paul neer, and his were burned to death In a house car neur Cheyenne, Wyo. Hunter was s t a lot ol money TIIliRE'S in this vicinity. Posse sot sot lhatmonry read lhi paper; they swear ty it. They want to 1 shown. If youf goods are fight, they This pa per want to buy. talks to that money at regular It'a money that Intervals, talk back and talks bark strong. Get youf share do your talking through our tad, vertiiiog columns. well known In Utah. Charles Urooks, a brakeman on the Denver & Rio Grande, was assaulted by two Greek section handa near ltlug-liam- , and was severely beaten, one of New Type of Farm Tractor. nla arms being "broken. The new type of gasoline farm trac- the tractor and to operate the levers cent Driven thereto by forty-fivtor ns shown la tho Illustration was of the tilling implement at the same butter, It is said that a number of Buggested by the growing demand for time. people in Salt Lake are taking to a light farm tractor to take the place The machine is particularly an orand Lo their surprise are of the two, four or six horse teams chard tractor, having low, wide wheels, finding it an excellent substitute. used for plowing, harrowing and haul- narrow tread, short wheel base and a The new opera house at Kaysvill ing on western ranches, says Popular short running radius. To obtain the was destroyed by fire on the night of Mechanics. The special feature of the greatest efllcacy the front wheels are January 14, the loaa being $5,000. It machine is that It may be driven from the traction as well as steering la thought the fire was caused by an the seat of the ordinary wheel plow wheels, a novel departure In this type actor dropping a lighted cigar in the or harrow, enabling one man to drive of machine. It sells for $1,000. building. unmarried e The d association. Light Coal is so acarce In Saudy that many of the residents have gone to burning wood. The situation la so serious that if a fresh supply is not received today the public schools here will be compelled to close their doorw. John Oglesby Mather, one of the oldest residents of Salt Iake, died Sunday at bla home, aged 88 years. . tit.. se V Fifty-fivyears ago Mather came over the prairies In a wagon drawn by oxen. He had heard of tha development of Salt I.ke away over In e Scotland. There are three Irrigating canal companies In Kane county, with a capitalization of $69,048. Tbe cost of tbe canals waj $26,800. Their aggregate length Is nine and miles, and the cost of maintaining them during 1909, was $1,716, while tne acre-g- f Irrigated was 1,652.Theodore Kennedy, the negro porter who shot young Wallace Lyon, a white man. with a revolver at Ogden on the evening of December 15, Inflicting a wound In the neck which came near ending his life, must answer to I he charge cr an assault with luteiit to commit murder. According to the figures given in the current number of the American Contractor. Salt Ijike City stands seventh in the list of cities In the United States in the matter of building operations during the year 1909. This city showed a gain of 70 per cent In building oeratlons during 1909. Twelve grixzled and tottering old men met In the office of the county commissioners at Ogden on Monday to file their paper proving them to have fought In the Itlack Hawk Indian war, that they mlRht benefit by the pension statutes enacted by the last legislature relative to veterans of the Indian wars. All of 8an(iete county, an ox. two guns and other property Is conveyed In an old deed discovered at Ephralm a few days ago. The deed Is from the Indian chief, Slegnemuch Atropine. ti IlriKhani Young, trustee for tbe Morone-hal- f Is 10 feet long. 6 feet feet high. In rear and front corner posts are ? feet long. The houtie Is boarded within two feet of the bottom of the front poxis. but If tbe house Is set on a foundation it will have an opening of about nil inches which we believe Is too mueh and think 26 inches at tnot is mi Our wide, oening. to bottom. Ours Is simply tacked fast to top of frame of building and on a 2x5 piece at bottom. Th muslin should ! securr-ttacked and the bottom piece be securely tawtcned as In heavy winds It urn Mow out of place. Some recommend larking1 the mulln to a frame and then lowering or raising the frame at will The frame Ides, of counw, will prevent the wind from blowing the curtain in and out and perhap keep it stretched tighter at all times. feet The door to our boiiM Is Inrhes f 2l Incites. However, the door may be larger or smaller as the lumber at band may cut out to belter advantage another size. Our door happens to be from sn old dwelling closet. The window we hate one that was nt hand from a dwelling and Its slue suits us very well and we It Is about rljjht. It Is a two light sash 30x5 inches. However, this mir vary In size to suit the builder. til our house the drop board l two feet from the sills. 23 inches from the routh wall, leaving sn slley through the house. The roosts are 12 Inches opening y le-llev- e m Miould one wear wool, roifon or bnen nejl ( tb! skin? Word ha tU fanafi . to whom diwarding their flannel or merino vest or drawers would bi," their lire. Hut ). rjMnion of phiej.!i has cbatit'"il fiotaMy in recent rar nl now many if ntt ino-- l of lheni fat or or linen next to tl skin. Hid reaon i tlmt wo--l aliiorlx if: it By ACNES CLARKE iirre'!ft,.r it it witbi'f-sfirult- y to the oir or linen, if you can afford if, rutt the skin, with wool clothing. TTie wool excludes moisture and cold, while the cotton a!r.rb the per' pi rat ion tlii dries? and more even and witho ii tlrl'in the. lnlv quiiklv, quickly if the latter have an outer covering of wool. are generr over In this climate esi'ee ially, where houes an l and the in heated transition from indoors to where, consequently, winter, attended far is a outdoors by greater chang in tempertnrp than in are not kept as hot aa in America, it is milder climates, where the cotton linen or underclothes wear and to relj upon to better out r cold of tha tha resist air. to wintry garmenti ofT,.-e- s hue ite-j- y I I 111 H 11 from the drop boards, two la number. ten Inches apart, held In place by cleats at cither end and two cleats through the middle, held In place by being fastened to the studding at one end and by a wire at tbe other; the wire runs from the cleat to the supporting piece of the roof whlrh ru'ls lengthwise of the roof. The wheeling for the roof is held In place by being nailed at either end end In the middle onto the pb-rabove mentioned. The nests In our rase are common store boxes set on the rills beneath tbe root boards and they are easily gotten at from the alley mentioned. In our experience we find heavy, unbleached niulln, obtained at any country elore lo be the niot satisfactory with us. Some pouttrymen recommend that the cloth be In flaxwed oil, but we prefer to use e dled It unolb-d- . Tlie particular house shown in the cut cot us less than but we got the finme stuff, sheeting, floor and window from a dlKraaiitb-building With a concrete wall It would hav cost sliont $12. All new lumber would alo sdd much to this cost. t, Factors in Silo. Tin re nre si least three factors that should be kept in mind In building a mon cnurch. silo, namely, the walls should be Henry Mulhsusen, the te!f-sty.smooth and priendlrular, they must German nobleman acalnst wrioin be air fight. In order to avoid the there there are at least eight charges of unnecessary labor In of btnalarj, four of grand larceny and expenditure getting the ensilage out. It is neces- five of chicken stealing pending, ate sary to place doors continuously from peared In Patt City, entered a the bottom to the top. f guilty, and was sentenced to pie in vears the state prison, the twenty Selecting Orchard Site. maximum penalty. The select Ion of an orchard site Is William A. Drown. Jr., a very popunot goerried by any arbitrary rule. lar young man of Woods Cross, wsa All farms do not afford the best soils seriously Injured the other day while for orchards. The and extfosnres owners of su'b ss do not are unfor playing a game of basketball. h'-a- II Ji.mp-up quickly sod cut bis tunafe. yet they should not fecij on the window sill. A short lime afrouraged to the extent cf not plsntlrg ter pus formed under the skin and trees and raring for them afterwarda. the doctor have ordereri an METHOD OF CROSSING BROOK on surrounding air wi;i even greater d"f!i- (cltv. Cotton, on the ofVr hand, nk only an opportunity to fry, which i d.r as tapidiy a possible. The b?t lan in coll wither i to wear roffori. 1 d Ike d operation. together with melancholia caused by the death of his wife In the Ftate Mental hospital at Provo a short time ago, prompted John W, S?reeK.f, an f.id time citizen, and formerly a prominent stockman of Pmtngvilie. to commit suicide by shooting bimsejf through the heart. Martin Steine. an Austrian miner employed at the Ronton Consolidated, at P.ingiiam, while springing a hole, was rsmelit by a premature explosion and bad his left, hand badly shattered. The left s!de of the victim's far? was also badly lacerated. After a thrilling experience in which he siisfainej several broken rib in a snnwslide on Observatory peak. Ixrn of Hiintfvllle was able to leave the Oeden hofp'tal a few days seo, Iorn wsi on his way to bis mining claim when be was caught In the nnanelal troubles, !? but boitfie 6 "a The cloth to be nied In Ihc front of the house should, of courice, tm long or wide enough to inch from top of t.-jbl- firt. 1 wooden foundation. al at 111 Is - .'.tid r4 .The poultry bouse here lllust rated Dot on a concrete wall, but If tbe sand and gravel can be gotten without much difficulty. It makes an Ideal wall, writes Ira (J. Shellaburger, In Farmer's Review. Ours Is on a Pupils in Public Schools o-t- JL J competition of modern life. But as to the extent to which this should be carried in early childhood there is, unfortunately, a great discrepancy between educators and those who as physicians have to deal in diseao with the consequences of the violation of nature's laws. The officialism of the former h often supreme over medical By WELLS ANDREWS, M. D. experience. But when children ore overworked into disease nr death the physician must raise his protesting voice. The first years of life should mainly be occupied by moral and physical training and during this period the amount of mental cultivation which a child's brain is capable of receiving with permanent advantage is much less than is commonly Jtlivcd. No greater mistake is possible than the atiempt to give any considerable degree- of mental culture until there lias been sufficient development of the phy,-istamina and moral faculties. The organ of the mind is as much a part of the body as the hand and before cither can function protM-rlits vital force must be developed and maintained by nutrition. A large proportion of those who must come within the provisions of a compulsory law in most large cities are ill fed children of the poorer classes and these ill fed children are debilitated by privation and are necessarily as much incapacitated for any mental strain at they are for the accomplishment of any feat of physical flrength. If, therefore, the state, for reasons of public policy, determines that all children shall be educated nnd r compulsion from tiieir earliest years, the state should alTord the means by which this plan may be carried out with the lea-- t i injury find the greatest gx.d, bv providing sufficient food as well ns education for every child compelled to attend school. A great many children nt too early an n'e are ctinpellid to ntfrnd some, school where the immature brain is forn-into abnormal and di,i-Iroactivity. Cotton Clothes Best for Winter annual poultry twenty-secon- show of the Utah Poultry association, held ln Salt Lake City last week, proved to be one of the most successful exhlbtions ever given by the state MUSLIN FRONT POULTRY HOUSE are all, of course, agreed as to the of duty educating the young so as to fit them for the increasing requirements and e (I heart trouble. We Ill-Fe- Lnd Plates Ihs 1 friends and relatives, in whom they are specially interested, should follow their example and enter into the holy ftate of matrimony. Xor, in the least, is this, ns misogainists assert, on the same principle that Ksop's fox. having lost his tail, advised his friends to dispense with their. They really are actuated by the purest motives. Angelina, finding Edwin all and more than her fancy had painted him, wishes thnt her dearest friend shall be, not as hippy as she herself is (that is not to be hoped for, since the like of Edwin is not to be found), but as nearly to as can be attained. Edwin, who in his own opinion U the most fortunate of men in his choice of a wife, does his utmost to persuade his best chum to take to wife the next best and sweetest of women as speedily as possible. When a third person undertakes to introduce a couple where even a one 6ided fancy is supposed to exist, it is the part of discretion to lc silent regarding such a supposition. In such case, even though "speech is silvern, silence is golden." The more and natural the introduction can be made to seem, the more likely are the two concerned to appear at their best. However much it may gratify a man's vanity to think that he has made a conquest without effort, he dislikes being pursued anil is inclined to avoid the woman who he imagines is trying to catch him. Snares must be hidden; "surely in vain tho net is spread in the sight of any bird;" and tact and finesse are requisite if one ould further a love affair. NOTICE. United 1 - Sec. 29; N. U NE. Sec. 30, T. 12 S., ij'NW. NHL t it is only natural that match making should attraction for most women and for many men. Old people would like to see the young friends in whose welfare they feel a v.arm interest well settled in life and they are convinced fully that, with their superior experience- and knowledge of the world, they can judge United States Land Office, Salt lAko City. Utah, September 10, 19U9. To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that the state ot Utah hag filed in this office lists of lands, selected by the 'said etate, under Section 6 of the Act ot Congress, approved July 16, 1894, as indemnity school lands, viz: NW. a 1 Wherefore NOTICE. 4; 1 possess an irresistible JL YV. .' men op womei.. who do parties?" ADVERTISING by . j ..j..., , I not take a more or lessj lively interest in tho love affairs of .rm ..' I ilineir neignuors. as J'.merson ays : I lie sirong Dent ot nature is seen in the proportion which, the topic of love usurps in the conversation of society. What do we wish to know of any worthy person so much as how he has sped in the history ol this sentiment? And what fastens attention in the intercourse of life like any passage betraying affection between two Use the mail order's own weapon (U..y nui, Imi, 11EIJE are coinnnrnt ivelv fine nennlo . 1 Kane county has a floating Indebt edness of 1.!00, or $1.00 of debt for each inhabitant. Poter Adamsou, Jr., convicted at American Fork of Illegally selling whiskey, has been fined $100. Salt Lake bank clearings for th last week show a gain of $764,992.72 over the corresponding week of last year. A. O. Mauser, au architect, waa found dead In bed til Salt Uike City, Sunday morning, death being due to Suggested by the Growing Demand for Light Machine to .Take the Place of 111 2 Teams on Western Ranches. By HELEN OLDFIELD They sail the high and low seas of commerce. They pay millions a year for advertising. Their profit is millions. Spike their guns with generous advertising in this your home paper. THE UTAH BUDGET GASOLINE MOTOR TRACTOR ' r- -t "f I G. snowslide. Tbe Park City Light snd Powe company Is busy fostalHng the new rystem under the franchise granted The arrangement Illustrated above Is stretched from the base erf tbe two them by tbe city council early la Whew completed park Ci'f anchors a post so it will not pull out posts over tbe top of tbe lower post ta will bave as up lighting beti tbe wires are tightened. A wire a brook of ravine. re-e.mb- r.