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|Paper||Juab County Times|
ALL THE NEWS OF EAST JUAB JUA11 COUNTY. VOI Raise The Colts Commercial Club Strong lor Letter Encampment. Knocks Prof. CaSne Important Lesson Gives good Prof. John T. Caine 111, Professor of Animal Husbandry at The following is a letter which was written by the Secretary of the Commercial Club to the Chariman of the Indian War Veterans' Committee of Sanpete County, assuring the hearty support of the Nephi Commercial Club in the big encampment, and also, administering a little gentle censure to the Nephi 'knocker" whom it is alleged has been making misstatements in Sanpete county. "Nephi Robinson, chairman Indian War Veterans' Committee. Ft. Green, Sanpete County, Ut. Dear Sir: that "It is reported at Nephi, Sansomeone has been touring pete county knocking the Indian War Veterans Encampment to be held at Nephi, City, Utah, on August 3rd, 4th, and 5th , 1910, and making such remarks that would infer that the Nephi Com mercial Club was not in sympathy with the proposition. Any sucn remarks and any such inference which may have been given out are absolutely false, and anyone making such remarks, at the present time, that is especially the way the people of Nephi feelasa whole community, towards the encampment, is branded now and forever as a knocker of the worst type. The Nephi Commercial Club is back of the movement, which the minutes of the club will show, with all the moral supiort they can give the undertaking as a club, ar.d the individual members to a man are back of the Encampment both morally and financially to make the encampment the success that it was three years ago when held at Nephi. Nephi is better to take care of the encampment this year than they have ever been lefure in the way of dance halls, oiei-- a house and race tracks, aud there seems to be a spirit prevalent among the "whole community to do all in their inver to make the en campment the best ever held in the state. Trusting this will explain the true situation of the conditions as they exist at present. I licg to remain. Yours very truly, Thos. II. Burton Secy. at the ytah Agricultural College, is recognized throughout this state and many others as being an authority on horses, their breed ing, feeding and handling. He has had a vast amount of experience with horses and is in an excellent position to give the good advice which appears below. The ar ticle was originally written by Prof Caine for the Logan Republican ", that breezy newspaper which is doing so much to build up the 'beautiful Cache Valley. We clip a, portion of the article, feeling that the advice given will apply here as well as in Dry Unique Taught Cache Valley. " There is no best breed, but because of high country with hilly roads, which are in certain seasons very muddy, there are some breeds which are not so well adapted to our conditions. If a breed is proving successful stay with it and improve along on definite line; but do not change and so mix the breeds that im provement stops. The use of the grade stallion is also to be condemned as there is nothing which retards improvement so much. The fact that the service fee for la" grade scrub is a few dollars lower than that bred stallion to a good pure seems to influence many and so they raise a $100 colt instead of the $200 kind. Public opinion and a sense of loyalty to the men who pay high prices for good pure bred horses should tend soon to overcome this use of the worst enemy of horse improvement, the grade stallion. Another thing to be discouraged is the sale of good brood mares from our valley; keep them on farms and let the geldMost of the ings go to market. farm work can be done with mares, if care is used and the this gained will help to Mares can them healthy. keep be kept at slow work up to within a few days of foaling, but care should be taken that they are not overdone or abused. Do not feed too heavy when the inare is not working nor when Nephi Commercial Club." near foaling, but give them succulent feed such as grass which them in the best of Almost a Dangerous Blaze will keep A. Merrill, in charge of the experimental stations of the Agricultural College extenL- IS liKAl) IN T1IK - sion work, has just completed an extensive in spection tour of the dry farm sections, and gives as his reasons for much of the loss this year the facts that many of the dry farmers were careless about fallowing the ground. Had this been properly done, the crops would have at least been a partial success. Crops on ground which was cropped, last year are an absolute failure in most parts of the state, while those on fallowed ground prove what the professor has been trying to teach the farmers for a longtime. In speaking of the conditions, Prof. Merrill said; "We have not had such a drought in 3(5 years. In point of severity it is the worst thing the dry farmers have passed through, yet the crops as a whole are not Our experiments in injured. eluded examinations of farms in Cache, Davis, Tooele, Salt Iike The work and Juab counties. was done by a corps of field men fronrthe-ngrlcflU- ural college; who are exjterts in their line. "In Cache county several farmers expressed their opinions and showed the insiectors over their farms. James Hall of Wcllsville has sixty acres of fallowed dry farm summer ground which has not suffered. The yield will le from thirty to forty bushels of wheat to the acre. Just above this sixty acres is a large tract, w hich was cropjied last year. On this there will be but half crop. Yonk Ex-Coun- ty Assessor Christian Christen-se- n Writes Letter. Former County assessor Christ ian Christcrsen who is on a mission in Illinois, "wnites. "I have been thinking for a long time that I would write you a letter, but haven't got at it lifore. I am pleased to say I am well and enjoying my mission the lcst kind. " I often think of our associa tion together and the exrerienccs we had while we were in office together.and what a lenefit I to me. . can see it has I heard some time ago that you had started a pajer in Nephi, and have thought ever since of writing you and have you send me a copy of your paper for a year, and I will settle with you when I get home. "I have Iecn laboring in the HOMES MONA, JUAB NKI'III, t.KVAN, anil MILLS, NO. Ranch Wedding. The following news items arrived on the editor's desk during his absence, and is now published. Monday, June 20th Mr. Claud Cole, one of our fellow townsmen, was married to Miss Minnie Hul.se, a popular young lady of Atlanta, Nev. The wedding took place at Cole and Hyde's ranch, some 30 miles from Pioche. Justice Garrison of Pioche performed the ceremony at 4 p.m. Immediately after,, a delicious supper was served under a rustic porch in front of Mr. Cole's cabin. The evening was spent around a huge bonfire, telling stories, singing and reciting. Those present pronounced it by far the most enjoyable event ever held in the mountains. of Nevada. Among those present were prominent people and relatives of the bride from Pioche. A. C. and W. II. Hyde of Nephi, James Stophensen, Earl Peterson and Albert Bosh of Levari. Mr. and Mrs Cole will make their home at their ranch during the .summer, expecting to visit Nephi this fall. Farmers Where Land Was Fallowed Crops are Good. Prof. OK AD CITY. UTAH; JULY 8. 1910. Advice. Knockers. TIMES OUNTY NEPlll 1. YOl'R LEVI NOTES Spi'flal I The regular monthly meeting! Last Sunday of the hoard of county commismorning Messr Jesse sioners was held Tuesday and Pay and alonzo Ingram and the Messrs Pearl Ingram and Wednesday. The applications of S. C.Jen- Bertha McPherson were visitors sen of Juab for a saloon license at the Sunday School exercises was granted upon his furnishing Sunday morning, and in the a satisfactory bond, and the ad- evening a full attemlar. nf vance quarterly payment of $150. officers and teachers of the The following tax levies were stake of that organization held a made hy the board, for county Sunday School Union meeting in purposes, 3 mills; for roads and the Ivan Ward meeting house. w . D. Owens of Salt Lake bridges, 1 mill; for paupers, 1 City a member of the General Board mill; for county school, 2 2 mills; on sheep outside of incur was also in attendance. M. Christensen and Messrs porated towns and cities, 4 mills; Ivan C. J. Dalby who have been on cattle and horses outside of incorporated towns and cities, attending school at the U. of U. returned home Friday evening 2 mills. to spend the Fourth with their The report of County Treafamilies. surer Parkes and Acc untant to school They expect to return again Tuesday mornW. A. C. Bryan on the uncollect-tibl- e ing. and unpaid taxes far 1008 Dr. Bennett made a hurried was ordered filed and approved. trip to Levan in his auto on SatThis is a rejort that should have urday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars .Ienen nf been gotten out by the precedare here spending a few Scipio treasurer. ing with Mrs. Jensen's grand days C. T. Winn reported that he Mrand Mrs. John parents, had finished his abstract work Ollorton and her .sister. Mrs. of the mining records, which Albert Tunbridge. was accepted by the Imard as per Stephen btephensen and Eu the contract. Neilson went to Provo Sungene County Clerk Vickers is busy day to spend the 1 th with friends this week totaling the tax rolls. there. The total valuation for Nephi I). Pack of Provo came down City, without the railroad and Saturday, will spend a few days other projerty valuations assess at Ievan the of Miss Ma- guest ed by the state hoard of equali ble Nielsen. zation, is $(m7.C18. and the total Mr. and.Mrs.-TT. Taylor and lor Nephi School instinct is family of Juab were visitors $0:2.07O. here Monday with relatives and County Supt ( loo. Sperry made friends. the following recommendation to Wilford Beard prop, of the the Board ofLCountv Commission Levan Cash store and confection ers: new moved his store on into ery, April 28. 1910 the 1th and had having reports To The Honorable Board of a good patronage from the joo-pl- e Commissioners. 1-- -- - . County of Ix?van. Gentlemen: Hobbs of Nephi was one Lloyd l would recommend to your of our 1th of July visitors. honorable Ixvly that the rate of Mr. ami Mrs. Karl Jackman tax for County School purposes for Mr. and Mrs. Alma C. Juab County Ik? made 3 mills went to Mt. Pleasant in Mr.Dalby Brothers of Petersboro, have 80 Dal-by- 's The needs of Juab Co. alont acres of ground which was croppauto. Sunday to spend the educational lines are growing. ed last year. The crop has Uen Fourth with their wives' parents Some of our cities are not able Mr. and Mrs. Lund. practically destroyed while sixty-acretv comply with the law because of fallowed ground close Last Saturday July 2nd the lack of funds In at stork visited the home of Mr. of shows the grain standing by least two cities we should now and Mrs. Peter A. Hofheins and three feet high. Peter Peterson on have kindergartens established left a baby girl. that of Petersboro reports has he but this at present is impossible fallowed summer Miss ground Vernus Shepherd and M. liecause finances will not jiermit Miss Viola Morgan went to J. also a fine crop, as has Partington of the same place, southern part of this state ever The School Libraries of the Scipio to spend the 1th. allowed since leaving home, which is now cities of Juab County should lo who is also using Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kofud built up and according to law the ground. nearly one year." Indcpetidedcc Day at Scipspent trustees are asked to spend s cer- io with their "Ballard brothers of (."ache daughter Mrs. Dantain amount each year for liooks iel Olsen. Junction have wheat which is half destroyed where land "Karl Bcnnion says that hi for school Libraries. 8haic. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wankier The trustees fcf I that they can and Mr. and Mrs Richard Iver-so- n (Continued on ac? tnn p.l cropped last year was used. crops look fine. He says that Water Power Inefficient. not comply with the law because 'while fallowed g.ound is pmdnc- - fall, plowing is the only thing. went toSalt Tuesday lack of funi.s. of Griffin Brothers the Davis "In only good Mr. County crop. in Wankier's auto. alx.ut Nomjinga at I.ast Thursday night I would further suggest that and GeoigeC. Kighy of the same spring grain is injured. All of Mr. and Mrs. George Garrett (. I p. m. a fire alarm wa bo ret aside for Co. Supt locality report that on fallowed the farmers of that locality are of Ncphl were among our 4th of turned in from the home of fund- ?fHJ0 of which An oil stovc logo for July visitors. They were the G. W. Sudbury. ground their crops w ill le large, in favor of fall planting and sumbalance end the ?W0 f i r salary and took on the with heads fire, in some manner wheat, mer fallowing. good guests of Mrs. Garrett's parents. f office. that the expenses had th orlin farmer as much straw but not as "In Juab county had not Mrs. Sudbury Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mengelsen All through the state there is have lecn taught a lesson by the Ulection Monday. rilj . Sr. t,rpnce of mind to throwanda "In Tooj'e county the differ- drought, according to F. A. Wy-at- t. a closer supervision. nig over the flaming stove, the By making the salary of of Co. carried who At the meeting last Saturday ence Iretwccn fallowed arid call her father They were getting good V.m to $1000 per year you nomfire of Supt. Becomes Benedict. stove outside a disastrous cropjted ground is very marked. crops with unscientific methods. evening for the purpose could man to spend then school the and expects all for of the came The candidates On fallowed would have resulted. along drought ground inating On June 30th, the marriage of Soon after the alarm wa? election to be held next Monday, farmers have had much arger ruined all crops which were not his whole time in that work. Yours sounded the fire appartus was Alma Hague was chosen as chairrespectfully, Ralph Pitchforth and Miss Marie crops than were expected earlier planted according to the scienGeo. A. Stierry Jr. at the scene, but had there been man, and T. II. Burton secretary, in the season, w hile on cropjM tific methods. The crops of Smithson, loth of Milford, took a fire the appartus would have Co. Co. Schools. Juab Supt. The following place. The groom is a native of the yield this year wi'.l that county will be planted with liecn useless for there was not reflectively. nominated: Albert ground The to lVard refused raise the than next more care far total be Nephi, and is well and populara failure. then were year enough water to run out of th? Echool tax to 3 mills, and ly knowd here. The Beaver L. county T. P. P. this were Christian. L&ke In the halt county Paxman. year." tin they hose. V. Gadd. T. C. farms are in unusually good cor, Professor Merrill says that the fixed the levy at the old rate of County News says of him,- - "The This clearly demonstrates that Foote, and A. mills. receiv- dition. croom is one of our most worthy Marcus Bennkn. ; dry farmers are not discouraged 2 something must Ui clone to se- Winn moved that the two reAs to votes recommendation and exemplary young men nnd one the no but agriculture-collegerumUr'of because take with Ut water more their of the cure fate, graduate ing the highest : it has also grown up in Milford lesbreak and will fire work, nominee:?, a the when whole some tell fWlnrod garding Kindergarten can ground plowed protwsitionasa good chfrnnr boyhood, fie is the junior was of Board the the were in4 dors break one named had if and opinion two lccome vear ao last fail, harrowed n s n. Carelessness he first out, w I as this a of the Milford Lumber P. memler that matter in d candidates. will on the dry farm, be helpless purely we fighting !pn as the the spring, disci twice dunn t' frequent school the rneeli districts. the r.ot at a is Co. and is held in the highest esrespective the fire. iChristison. the pumiii' r, and seeded early i and the present drought I f we are to have water works Board did The not think a cap- teem by every one who enjoys His jield wi'l avej.l gfiod lesson. That the drought tine, nnd his nomination September. Lnr. vWl 'r a re 1,. ,,.:Uf.,,f fcU 'virt d for his acquaintance." The Times wheat t is the wort in "r years is the able man could ! bu'hels improvements let us nave forty hn joins with the Beaver County at one?: an Air.cc ' f prevenf eL'hr."Ors p! w d s'fitcrr.er.t of many persons vlioU'i to th g j Jie sun,cqnent1y sent in ere, ynir, than a P rind of wnt written resignation as a candi- - their ground in the spring ar.d have leen farming for that woj' I ik U J1 to vote of News in wishing Mr. and Mrs. willing I t o itis "after his to work have time the at a that rfn Pitchforth heartiest might date, leaving Mr. Paxman j seeded in the fall and will ha length of time in the dry farm late f r clear field. late. (This it"m was t Post salary. but twenty bushels to the acr districts of the state.-Prov- o len s A. R. Paxman inated for School fl-Vi- - Trustee. PitclM , 1 1 vs thn fr w-- a lf I u-r- 1 tir i last week's 1 i is.?ue. ) .