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|Paper||Juab County Times|
EVERYBODY BOOST FOR THE DRY FARM EXHIBIT. ALL THE'NUWS OF EAST JUAB 1 COUNTY. NEl'III CITY. UTAH, VOL. 1. r mm Result haiio i)HLILII U ULnUli ! of Prohibition North Dakota. In Ten Tons of Hill nun nrniu. AUG- - Dry and MILLS, NO. 43 Farm Products to be Shown.". Sides. READ IN THE HOMES OF NEI'HI, I.EVAN, MONA, JUAB 5TJL. 11)10. Seed "Juab County's Tree Sown on Barren J Times county 1 AB YOUK AD IS Herald Republican Writes Splendid Article. NEPHI SOCIETY. TO Mrs. Bush is down from visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pettegrew this week Mrs. Heber McPherson enter tained last Thursday in honor of Miss Effie McPherson of Poca- tello, Idaho who is visiting here Mrs. Sarah Mangum of Salt Lake is here this week visiting her daughter Mrs. Jas. E.Cole, Salt Lake visiting relatives and and friends. Mrs. Joseph Irons Jr. is down from Logan visiting with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Irons. She expects to leave soon for Pennsylvania where she will join her husband who is taking a veterinary course in the BE ENTERTAINED. A reception and party in hono "The state of North Dakota of Governer Spry, Senator Smoot has been under prohibition for Congressman Howell and other! several years- - Judge Charles A Work of Nebo National officials will beheld in the com Nephi is taking on a holiday at tire in preparations for next mercial club parlors Friday even Forrest. A Brief of Sketch Pro Pollock has thein following to say of prohibition that." Wednesday morning when the ingatS p. m. The following three day celebration incident to program of music and speeches "Thirty years of residence in the Black .of the of has been provided: ' four which Dwere Dakota, 29encampment Washington, longed Fight. C, July Address of Welcome spent as a public prosecutor in The U. S. Department of Agri Hawk Indian War veterans and Pres. R. E Grove r. territorial days under license culture is using this year on the the dry farm products exhibit - - Senator Smoot. will Response, the over and. prelast thirteen by National open. Judging ten over tons of Forests system, Vocal solo Mrs. C. K. Davis. Those of the Indian War veteran past as a presiding judge, called tree seed. Most of this seed has iminary arrangements that are "Juab's Address, Commercial I the made am to as hold court Dry Farms". by being been The sown. rest planted or who passed through terrible the frequently Pres. J. W. Paxman. in all parts of the state, I have will be utilized later in the sea- club and citizens of Nephi, Aug days of the Walker and Black Vocal nolo - - - T. W. Vickers will be gala days that Hawk Indianwars remember only been furnished an opportunity son, as favorable conditions are 3, 4, 5, will mark an epoch in the history 'Dry Nephi" - - Jacob Coleman t x.well theRtirrinrse'nesoftho.se to study with care the evolution presented. Vocal solo - - Miss Leah It takes a great many tree of the thrifty county seat of Juab University of Pennsylvania. eventful times. However those of the system, is an Amercan citi Petteirrew. will much and reflect county, Mr and Mrs. John Bailey and What the Agricultural Colletre of us who have been born at a zen, a lover of my country and her seeds .to make ten tons. Jack credit its upon people. most the I tree for would and Mrs. David Baily and Has Done For Mr. in pine, fail important institutions, my later period know little of the Nephi, - - P. V. To arrange a three day celebra their families of in sand the Nebraska I to this owe and future Mrs. planting Moroni, fid ordeals through which duty Cardon. pain here hills by the Forest Service, will tion with something doing every Hose Boyerand family of Spring- Address - - Pres. J. A. Widtsoe. our parents passed during the generations did I not that, average some thing like 125.000 minute in a community no larger ville, J.C. Sedarholm of Brigham Piano Solo - - Phyllis Sparks Indian massacres and depreda- my solemn conviction true measured standard, to the pound. Of Western than Nephi, means a big effort, City, Miss Maggie May Peacock State Administration by any tions of these two wars. For the T. L. Foote. wall has been yellow pine, the tree most ex- but the enterprising and resource-- , of Sterling are guests of Mr. and the benefit of our readers we publish prohibitory Vocal Solo ul declare will show L. Mrs. Miss' Alta A. instrumost one people of usefull the they a brief sketch of the two wars Bailey during this tensively planted throughout the Carter. to the occasion. themselves week. to equal our people National Forests as a whole, 10, from data Stained from Whit- ments in bringing - - - Judtre Green Miss Lillian Condie of Spring- Address that great prosperity and happi COO seed will make a pound. Al The celebration will be by no ney's His tory of Utah. wood. so much enjoy." together the ten tons of seed to be meansa local affair, and although ville is here this week visiting "The drunken act of a resid- ness they now Dry Farm eaches served. "Measured by tests, the used this year represent ierhaps it is 89 miles south of Salt Lake her aunt, Mrs. John S. Cowan. ent of Sanpi-t- county, who at Mrs. Herman Home of Salt a number of persons are expect- -' Manlfon the Dth of April IsCm, license system has been weighed 00 million single seeds. , Lake visiting here as the guest from New Picture Show. to the take seed could be depended capital part of herissister, Mrs. H. I). Allred. insulted an Indian chief by rude- and found wanting, while the onIftoevery n of the festivities. the Many produce a young tree suitMs. and Mrs. J. E. Memmott ly pulling him off his horse, pre- prohibitory' method has not only able for Black Hawk veterans live in the result planting, Nephi Men are the Pro- entertained cipitated a desultory but san- demonstrated its superiority, but would be a supply of to and Salt informally last Sunthe Lake, according nursery nioters. guinary conflict with the savages continues to grow in popularity stock sufficient to committee in charge of the en- day evening in honor of Misses three plant Another new enterprise for The and lasted that efficiency. prohibitory duringseveral sean? 90 per cent of the old Edna Beck who returns to Provo campment, hundred acres of thousand land, M. Whitmore. Wm. G. saloon the has is hisin Nephi. and known proven Territorial system will be on hand this week. An interesting musifighters "Injun" be looked such no can result but W. G. Orme and Jas. driven It friend. has J'. keeiM?rs Bailey, tory as the lack Hawk war. when the war whoop is sounded cal progrrm was rendered. Voseeds not do because for Garrett many have Jr. and business out ofa disreputable cal solos were given by Miss purchased the The ravages, depredations, and . Most of the seed will on August 3. Helen Miss Olive Synder-gaar- d Wool Growers' building, and will Grace, loss of human life were much given him an opportunity to germinate. From Salt Lake and Ogden on be sown, cither broadcast or in Miss Leah Pettegrew, and transform the Armoy Hall into greater in tins war than in the make good in other callings. seed spots, or planted with a i the north, St. George on the I. II. Grace. The following were an electric theatre. They have "If prohibition does not al south and Manti on the east, previous one. In Utah county in the directly place Misses Helen Grace, bought one of the most sxpen- and csjPciaHy in Sanpete, Sevier, ways prohibit the violation of where the trees are to stand. people will journey to Nephi for present Nellie Lucv Housen, sive moving picture machines ushered in a brighter the celebration. For at least Elsie Bohna of Salt Lake, Carter, and I'iute counties the attacks of law, it has is when stock Even Ethel and the pictures will nursery day for the people of the state one day almost the entire popu- - Wright, Bertha McPherson. Jane, obtainable, the Indians were kept up inces- who. allowance must raised liberal a lie such a of high class and moral after twenty years exwill be on Estella, Lulu McPherson, Maggie tone that no parent will hesitate santly. It would le a long story perience under it do not care be made for loss. In the first ation of Juab County tofcdlnfhmv the settlers, their again to make lawful the sale of place, a considerable parcentage their way to the county seat and Pass, Lillian Blacket, Alton to allow his children to attend for Memmott, Haydee Patten, IxJttie fear of of the seeds will be found to be will enter the town singing: wives, and children were con- as a ?e any having them beverage.,. old Nellie Hudson of Salt on ut Jenkins, bonnet, you gray infertile. Of those which germscenes stantly kept in fear of attacks of e or questionable suggest-vLake City, Leah Pettegrew, Alta With the blue ribbon on it Seats and all the acting. the pneak-ininate, many will die before they redmen. In many Effie McPherson, of leave the nursery beds, and many While I hitch old Dobbin to the Carter, Mcsdames cases they lost their homos, their Florian Black-et- t, other paraphernalia necessary shay: will in be lost more transplanting. And of Eureka, Wallace Mangum, have lieen shipped down, so as to crop? were burned, anil their Nebo fields the clover thro of Western of yelEnoch Burton, Mr. and Mrs. give shows during the Encamp If from a pound eaftle and horses driven away. We'll on over the good go right N. C. Pexton. Shed Lunt Jr.. ment. Aiterwards. the ha ui II J. contains low pine seed that 10,000 The nv-rwere organized into old In Messrs. Barton Brough, Val Hoyt. be completely remodeled for a day. Club. individual seeds, 4.000 three year various militia companies and will Walter Paxman. Many guests distinguiscd permanent show house. Jas. old transplants are availadle for were called ujKn to fight and Garret Jr. will be the manager The regular meeting of the field planting, the Department of spend one or more days at Nephi do guard duty in addition to Nelio Amusment Club. wa3 held has obtained satis - during the celebration. Among has been in previous years on of the new theatre. them will be Governor Wm. Spry 12 inches battling with natures' forces for in the Club Parlors Aug. 1st 1910. Agriculture A of factory results. life's s i .'"nin ce. and United States Senator Heed of farmers moisture. numlier Dry The matter of Initiation Fee There are now twenty-fotheir planted grain in Smoot Of course they will not' the Origina'ly Black Hawk had came with nurseries Forest National was discussion. It for and have these spring, proup only alnii' 1M followers, but his annual productive capacity of ie permitted to leave without duced from 10 to 15 bushels iier an to SecC decided s change in killing th? whites, finally r.'icrrx-eFl addressing the Indian War Vetin stealing thousand of head of of the By Laws and raise the over 8 million seedlings. But erans and the people assembled. acre without any moisture at alt. cattle and hones, encouraged Initiation Fee from $5.00 to $10 00 there are many millions of old The citiizens are arranging a It is said that dry farmers who The Times office force received followed the scientific me- a box of fine fx aches with the others to join his ranks until he to take effect the 1st of Oct burns on the National Forest splendid program for the enter have have produced good crops compliments of Arthur Ellison. thods which are watting to be restocked tainment of the visitors. The had alfoiil redmen in his 1910. under conditions of drouth, the All were and some quicker and cheaper forms of amusement will le agreed in pronouncing company. like which has not been known them of P. V. Car don was ad milted to method than the actual planting the lest flavored tieache H iring the war ahich lasted many and varied. Among the in the state in oi years. is trees have that of Uen sampled this vote. urgently unanimous grown nursery At the conclusion of the dry off and on for three years. ( memliership, things already arranged for are the foresters Therefore needed. Mr. Ellison is the manhorse races at Kendall's track, farming demonstration there year. settlements in Sevier and I'iute The rejort of the secretary show on a of the Broad head ieach are experiments making baseball games Iietween six of will lie a dry fanners' convention. ager counties. 4 in Sanjete, l. in ed the Club to lein a flourishing methdifferent scale with and claims that he has large the lest teams in the state, President John A. Widtnoe ef orchard, Iron. Kane and Washington condition. .'JO0 atiout bushels ods of direct sowing and planting, Loof the Agricultural college at good peaches sham counties, ami 2 or 3 in Wasatch seed gathered dancing, street parades the of this most and L. Prof. A. Merrill the of year, Salt gan, notwithstanding band music, etc. county v. ere broken up and abanLake and others will be on hand frost obtained for th:s battles, was last year Walkso was The called war from While the visitors are here the to ex doned,' 7o lives I..sL thousand plain the theory upon which Mrs. Charles Clinton of Salt of dollars worth of property lost. er, one of the chiefs of the Utah use. dry farmers of Juab county are the excellent dry farm crops Broadcasting has already lieen going to show fruit, grains, and which have lieen produced in Lake is thetfuestof Mr. and Mrs. with and estimated exw-nsof Indians. He was a quarrelsome, carrying on the v. r of $1,121, blood thirsty Indian, who stole found to give good results in all kinds of produce grown Juab county this year under ex- Enoch Burton this week. ,i t ..... " cessive Mrs. Charles Kimba!l is down ::7..'t, for v. Utah has at every opportunity, stayed the some regions. It was first tried ...:u.... drought conditions. They Da South of was them. a Hills Black and to in terror the whites, show never been r, ; to that this week for the Indian War are They going irsod.Whitney' will discourse on the following A kota, with an encouraging out scientific in The this war ttegan hi lorvsrn sal is f the war: the way. celebration scientific "And dry fa.rning visiting her parents. theory: "To conserve moisture, land is Judge and Mrs. Joshua Greenwhen it is remembered that the resident of Springville, in Utah come. To broadcast an acre of vation of arid sections of Utah. sleepless foe ranged over and county, seeing an Indian whip land with yellow pine sed Secretary T. II. Burton of the plowed to different depths, wood. a diirict I'M mih ping his squaw, took her part alout8 poundaof seed is used. Commercial club, who haa the sub soiled to different depths and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Golds. in extent, burning saw mi!!s and inflicted upon the wife lieat- - One of the most formidable draw dry farm exhibition in charge. and then covered with a mulch brough are up from Iis Angeles this week to attend the Indian ranges and isolated ranches t aT j !er a severe castigation. from the backs to this method is the ex is arranging to make the demon- of varying thickness. seed This mulch is which which the f the effect Indian to the died. may tent a3 instrucregarded War celebration, and are the and stration attractive casing the abandonment of a most imiortant factor of all in guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. number of flourishing viiliagts. Walker, incensed at having a consumed by the birds and rod tive to all the visitors meml-cof his tri!e thus killed. ents. If the season happens to It has been held that a crop dry farming. Its purpose is to Goldshrough. the heroism r.f th Fritter in aroused the memtiers of hi? lie one in which food for these could not lie produced on Icfs make air tight, heat tight acd J. M. Whitmnre, Jure ,Vhit- by nijrhtan by day t!,e s i Mm flu l ferritins? aMarks of band to fiction and threatened animals is scarce, the 103 is than nine inches of moisture, but w ater tight the noil under it. It more. Mrs. Ros Whitm re. and . mira j'lcrs is worthy the Springville, and attacks were very heavy. The problem of it ha lieen practically demon- acta as a cover over the plowed A. L. Whitm ore, all of Price ma le upon Payson, Nephi, and control of animal vairre?t prjiiso.' tests, such as strated this summer that in ground and stops the iermealion have come over for the Indian other settlements. Governor field mice, ground squirrels, an. Juab county, at least, there has of sun heat into the damp ground War Encampment and are the In the simmer of ','a ; ordered all the Young Ute or Walker war broke out. Drigham gophers, which eat the t ree seeds, been produced practically as beneath it It prevents the eva- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Continue from pag 3 (Continued on pagt eight.) good crois on 3.2 inches as there poration of water through it. Whitmore. Continued on - ... ... -- e . corn-plaste- r, Po-catell- o. Amusement i juu-fighter- s Farm Peaches Have Good avor. ur e ! . 1 r re-f-i1- 1 t!-i- Tags three.