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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY The Juab County Times worm, rn flf.ni District. Joob Coleman, Editor nd Proprietor District Judicial Fifth Judge, NEPHI . . . . . . . . UTAH Josliua Greenwood. Attorney B. H. Ryan. Stenographer W. U Cook. State Senator J. A. Hyde. The harem skirt ought to fool the mouse some. State representative James , D. Stack. Forest Supervisor, Nephl Forest The farmer, unlike the consumer,' D. S. Pack. Reserves In to seed the spring. toes U. S. Expert in Charge Experiment Station P. V. Cardon. Soon again the housefly will engage State Foreman Experiment Station attention as an enemy to mankind. Stephen Boswell. County. recMissouri has the corncob pipe commissioners George County ord. This, however, Is not regarded Jones, George C. Whitmore, John a, as a sporting- event. Neilsen. Clerk T. W. Vlckers. And the industrious cow has taken Recorder T. C. Winn. her place in the hall of fame beside Treasurer A. R. Pax man. the Industrious ben. Assessor Earl Jackman. Surveyor Arthur A. Miller. Attorney T. L. Foote. According to an English professor, Henriod. Farm manure la valuable. the human race is 170,000 years' old. It Sheriff Gus J. of schools Ivan C. Superintendent hasn't much sense for its age. Dalby. Plant some fall forage crops. Probation officer James E. Mem-mo- t Now Wellesley proposes to raise t. Tbe nest egg theory Is out of date, rata for laboratory purposes, why not Road commissioner A. J. Stal- utilize them for the glee club, also? naker. A hen will lay If she is properly fed Superintendent County Infirmary and housed. The witchcraft of 200 years ago Is J. 13. Vlckers. now called malignant animal magneCounty Physicians Dr. W. W. Bennett, Dr. J. A. Hensel. It Is best not to wash eggs that are tism, and It. is, the same old article. to be used for batching. Twenty-fivmillion persons smoked EAST COUNTY MUNICIPAL OF. FICERS. Missouri corncob pipes last year, and Many poultry keepers do not give their birds exercise enough. half of them borrowed the tobacco. NEPHI CITY. MaydY G. M. Whitmore. Councilmen James Garrett, Rape makes very good pasture for Along with taxing bachelors why Jr., not give away a marriage license de Alma Hague, Alonzo Ingram, Enoch either young chickens or laying bens. luxe and a first payment on a parlor Liurton. W. G. Orme. Recorder John Bellls ton. set Experience teaches that the best Treasurer J. II. Latimer. eggs are those of medium hatching Marshal J. W. McPherson. At the same time we are forced to shape. Night Watchman J. E. Memmott. admire the bravery of those young Justice of the Peace Jacob Cole women who walk abroad In harem man. Tbe sitting hen must have her dally skirts. Thomas Bailey care, and attention, just like the InStreet Supervisor Quarantine ' Physician Dr. I). O. cubator. "Love Is love," opines an expert Miner. on heartology, name unknown. LikeBuilding Inspector Enoch Burton. Poultry farmings in connection with N. A, sheep. Is largely followed In parts Chief or Fire Department wise pigs is pigs and prunes ii Melson. prunes. of New England. Superintendent of Waterworks AY fred Gowers. We see by the papers that France Treea should be pruned when they Electric Light Superintendent Is facing a crisis. It strikes us that are first transplanted. This Is Is tbe A. Carver. T. Plant facing crisis Is a chronic disease in most Ideal time to start tbe pruning. Sexton N. C. Nielson. France. LEVAN TOWN. There are two methods for getting President Board of Trustees A. L. We are told that Russia bas hurled cows: by buying them, or by good Jackman. the If China. ultimatum at another buying good aires and building up the L. H. Adelbert Trustees ultiBosh, czar keeps on he won't have any herd. E. Swen grade Francom, George . matums left Malmgren. Clerk Earl Jackman. Onions and peas are among the first fot Is in promised English Wagner Marshal Andrew Poulson. Tbe to sow In the spring. seeds We can't understand next season. Health Officer James E. Taylor. frosty plants will endure some why. The words are always unlntcl weather. llgible, anyhow. EAST COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS. In choosing a breed of sheep, It Mona John T. Kay, Ephrlam II. Three New Jersey "sportsmen'' who matters little which la chosen so long went out for fox bunting are on trial Kay. N. W. Ellertson. for killing deer. Possibly New Jersey Nebo George Tolley, LeRoy Whit-ake- as it Is a good wool and mutton pro ducing quality. wear Wm. Jones. horns. rabbit Nephl Alma Hague, A. R. Pax man, After the bens become broody on The Los Aneeles man who was sent Roscoe E. Grover. their laying nests they may be gently to jail for 30 days for smiling at a A. Levan John Morgan, James and quietly changed at night to the strange woman evidently docs not see E. Taylor, Adelbert Bosh. sitting quarters. tbe point of the Joke. Juab James A. Kelly, R. C. StephWilliams. John enson, In that new poultry bouse have the Automobiles to the number of 4C0.-00are flitting here and there In this EAST COUNTY PRECINCT OFFI perches on a level and about a foot above tbe dropping board. Don't for country, but all their flitting does not CERS. get the dropping board. reduce the cost of mules. X&RM " e Mor-tense- r, The average life of a statesman ! said to be 71 years. This doesn't necessarily conflict with the old theory that the good die young. Those Chicago crooks who stole a 600 pound safe In tbe dead of night evidently missed their calling. They should have been piano movers. The Marquis of Landsdowne's Rem$500,000. may go Into the National gallery and then again It may be brought to America. brandt valued at Mona. Prune to prevent tbe lower limbs from hindering cultivation; tbe upper ones from growing out of easy reach for spraying and picking. Justice John fates. Constable Ellas Molyneux. Health Officer N. W. Ellertson. Nephl. Levan. Justice George W. Kofod. Constable Richard Iverson. Juab. Justice R. C. Stephenson. Constable Robert Memmott Illinois husband has offered NEPHI COMMERCIAL CLUB. reward of I2S for the return of hl Meets first and third Tuesdays of missing wife. . "That's all abe ii every month at tiie club parlors worth." he says. That Is love. in the Lunt building. Visiting memcommercial clubs A Chlcajto rrofior says that lack bers of neighboring welcomed. of money Is the bane of wedlock. Id cordially W. C. Andrews, president the matter of feeling this lack as a T. II. Burton, Financial Secretary. of has wedlock company. plenty bane, T. W. Vlckers, corresponding secre- tary. Modern Woodmen of America 10.70O, men at No. mets every Vdnday even-,r1. O. O. F. hall. Wood welcomed. Ueorg L. II. g Visiting Small, Consul. Clerk. Australians hsve perfected tbe milkhuna It so milks thst machine ing I. O. O, V. No. 16 meet every P dred rows In two hours. Hut the milkmaid will continue to live In urday evening In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to atpoetry. tend. J. 8. COOPER, Secretary. woman whe Tbe postnn young on her trousseau worked eight years Latter-daSaints' Meetings. mut hsve had unusual, though nnt well founded, faith in tbe stability Sunday School. 10 , m. first ward at Tabernacle; Second ward at meetof the styles. ing houfe. First ,M. I. A. Sunday. 6:30 p m. A Montreal doctor recently conSecond ward at tributed a pint of his own blood to ward at tabernacle; save the life of a patient Some doc- meting hoii?. Flrt ward at Rollef hall. tors serm to be actuated by a sincere 4 Primary wsrd at p. m. Tuesday. Second desire to cure. mating bouse. 4 'p. m. Turxday. Priesthood meeting Monday, 7:20 Tbe autocrats of fashion may suc- p. m . at the respective ward meeting ceed In making women wear the ugly hoiinen. Relief goodly first ward. sexnd Turkish "harem" dress, but no autoand fourth Thursdays of eaoh month crat now living will ver succeed In at 2 p. m. fecond ward, first and butting women up. rh month at 2 third Thursdays of the respective meeting p. m. at "I know not where f am," cried a houses. poetess In one of the magazines. Eng Religion r?aes First ward. 3pm Hub critics of American literature will very Friday at Relief ball; Heoni wonder why she did not say: "I kno ward. 3 p. rn , every Friday at toi house. not where I am at" Presbyterian Church. An English paper announces that School at 10:20 m, and Sunday Americans lack tbe sense of humor. preaching at p. m. Rev. C. K. Davis. like sounds the This argument of the Tasior. man who satisfies himself by exclaim ' leg: "You're another." et-In- . A Canadian highbrow tells us that tbe temperature seven and a half raltea above tbe earth Is $9 degrees below fcero Let this be a warning to builders or skys v x Tbe nervoua'borse should have leas oats and more bran. A good hen will easily care for from fifteen to thirty chicks. This Is about the time to plant and prune, spray, plow and fertilize. little charcoal Is fine to give at any time of the year for all hogs. A Feeding tbe hogs at regular hours la worth trying. They know when It comes. g Tbe hen that grew from the Incubator chicken will want to sit as badly as tbe one that grew from the chicken batched In tbe old fashioned way. W, W, Bennett, M. D, T. H. BURTON Physician and Surgeon Licensed Abstracter, Farm Loans, Notary Public . Insurance and Real Estate TELEPHONE 6L OFTICJ6 AT RESIDENCE D, O, Miner, M. D, Don't put the new bed on sod land. Tbe white grub Is death to straw- berry plants. ' . Associated with McGURRIN & RYDALCH PHONE NO. 84 OmCE Attorney, at Law Salt Lake City, Utah AT KZ8IDKNCZ Boyd Park Building, T. L, FOOTE Attorney at Law County Attorney others. Regulate the amount and kind of feed In accordance with the condition of the hog. WINN BUILDING Physician and Surgeon To prevent contagion, a sick fowl should be at onoe separated from the 'Puom No. 6. NEPHI NATIONAL at Court House Offioe IBANK HENRY ADAMS Interest paid on Lawyer Practice la all the Courts. All legal matters given earerul and prompt attention. Office second floor Time Deposits at the rate of 4 per Clean sand or good country pine of Ooldsbrough Blook. sawdust Is excellent to use on floor of poultry bouses. not plant beans until all danger of frost Is passed, as the young plants are extremely tender. Do At 15 cents each chicks are cheaper than eggs for hatching at two dollars per sitting. day-ol- Dr, J, A, BOOTH The poultry business large small Is made successful through tention to the small things. The turkey hen that ranges from the barns Is likely to steal nest a long ways from home. and at- cent per annum Dentist Offioe Rsosu Nos. 2 and 8, Wian Phone No. 136-2- Be sure to have brood coops and brooders ready and walttng for the chicks when batching time comes. In some places the mutton sbeep are the more profitable, while In other places It pays better to produce wool. Enoch Burton "He Builds Wisely Who Architect Builds Well" The Modern Barber Shop Finest and most up to date Barber Shop In Nephi. Boot black stand and Baths In connection. Two doors South of Postofilce BATCH ELOR BROS., Proprietors City Barber Shop OOTJBTBOUa TMUTKK.VT AND Cleanliness and plenty of fresh air miT CLASS WOS are great helps in developing the chicks and keeping them thriving and A. NIELSON, Three Doors North properlng. of Post Offioe PROPRirroH Don't look for fertile eggs If yon crowd your hens too close. Another Livery and Feed bad thing In the same line Is lack Bus Meets All Trains. of exercise. Good Livery Rigs, Dray and Express If you have only one breed of pure Wagons. blooded birds you will sell many eggs Agents for Coal. Phone Us. No. . for hatching and birds for breeding, H D. GOLDSBROVGH. Proprietor at high prices. Stable 44-2- A field of four or five acres will be large enough to run a flock of 100 sbeep for about thirty days and furnish some bay besides. According to a successful dairyman, the presence of dirt In milk indicates careless and uncleanly methods la production and handling. If brood bens with chicks are given good care they will usually begin laying early and continue to lay for several weeks before they wean tbelr brood. It Is useless to plant beans until the ground becomes warm. If they come up and then are chilled, they turn yellow and never amount to anything. The would be poultryman should be careful In bis selection of a farm, for upon this selection may depend bis success or failure In the pounliry business. The brood sow. like all other animals reaulres sufficient food to main tain her own body In a thrifty condi tion, while yet supplying tbe needs or the unborn litter. For those who bave not much time to devote to the garden there Is. no clans of flowering plant more desirable than the hardy perennials and herbaceous plants. There used to be a mania and It still bas a bold In some sections tor farmers to Increase tbelr farm roe- to slons In spite of their Inability properly ue the same. money In rearing pigeons. In Urge cities 13 SO to 13 75 a doen pair is paid far tbem. Tbe demand Is alaya greater than the supply. Is E. R. BOOTH, Oaskisb . far Plans and Specifications for all kinds ber of Buildings . Residences a Secialty OFFICE AT RESIDENCE If there are two toms In the flock and they don't agree, shut up one one day and the other the next There J.;s. CSTLER. Pbesidimt 1i. 8. HILL, Building. d Now that the days are wanner, be Be sure that the turkeys have sure to keep the Incubator cellar well enough, but not too much food during and do not run tbe machines the breeding season Just enough to aired too with high a lamp flame. flesh. In them good keep In transplanting cabbages set the Wash Incubator trays In good hot plants In the ground up to the first water with plenty of the leaf, no matter bow long the stem is, hard yellow soap. Dry In tbe sun. and press the earth firmly about It Do this after each hatch Is off. Justice T. II. Burton. Constable J. II. Brough. Health Officer Dr. D. O. Miner. An Nearly 2,000.000 brook trout fry ar ready for planting la Wisconsin's streams. They will probably develop Into 2,000,000 flsh stories later In the year. Let the best mother ben false the brood. considerable easily earned Farmers bo bave heavy draft Farming Is not a calling In which are making a great mistake In mares are and awkwardness" "main strength more colts of this cla, not afraising en factors. It is not Industry that fords a large aggregate crop by half and keeping the money at home that Is now going west for bones. cultivating a large acreage. Obviously Ihe remedy for unproducThe fertr.Hr of eggs flepends chiefly on the condition of the breeding tive eges Is to use only healthy breedto keep the breeders In stock, the number of females alloted ing stock and condition by good food and good good to one male, the conditions under common sense care and management which they are kept and the food. If you have a piece of land that be planted to corn later than must I cause she Is thin. ook at ber teeth. of May. use seed of some IT they are gooa sne m prons&iy a tbe last .. good early maturing variety of corn. J Olve ber a llttl grain and watch her Learning Sixty Day corn Is good for Ute p'.antlng. a nuie. If white worms appear In the soil manure ferments very Poultry a piece quickly and as freqiently handled of your potted plants dissolve loses much of Its nitrogen In the form of fresh lime In wster and set tbe of compounds of ammonia which are pot In the water, letting It remain rapidly formed and wblb escape Into there until the soil and ball of roots the air unless means to prevent are are thoroughly saturated. taken. It Is said that bees cannot profitTbe American breeds, the Ply ably travel more than two miles for mouth Rrxks, Wysndottes, and Rhode nertsr. If they have to fly a greater Island Reds, can be made good broil- distance and carry back their load er chickens at 2 to 4 pounds a pair, tbey csnnot bring to tbe hive enough roasting chickens at four to six during the working hours to make It pounds each and good lsrge piamp profitable. Tbe btves must therefore be placed with this fact la mind. fowls at oae year old. FORREST HOTEL for Traveling Men. appotatsa t room addition, steam heat tatae. etc. Oaa block south aad en eaat of court house. Phone 22. Headquarter TO BUILD WELL USE Nephi Plaster Has No Equal 1 The Largest and Purest natural deposit of Gypsum in the World. ' Nephi Plaster & Mfg. Co, DONT BORROW The Times from your neighbor when you can get it for Jess .than Three Cents Per Week Mew elegantly "Juab County Mill and Elevator Company MANUFACTURERS OF Flour and Mill Produce Everything New and up to date 0or Leaders Gold Coin Flour and Fresb Ground Graham SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD THREE SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY BETWEEN SALT LAKE AND DENVER CANYON of the GRANDS EACLE RIVER CANYON RUBY CANYON GLENU'OOD SPRINGS - CANYON of tht CUNNISON GARDEN of the CCD MANITOt I SPRINGS THE ROYAL GORGE AM) THE FITTBJ ttrWT AND AOtJOATtH At DtSTCT OF OCX O A DO AXD LTA 1 PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERS FROM SALT LAKE TO DENVER. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS POU FCLDEM. sWKUrs. tfC ADO'ESS F. A. WADtTIGH. G. P.AT.A, I. A. KENTON, G. A. P. D. DENVER. COLORADO SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH "That Famous Nephi Dry Wheat Flour' Nephi Mill & Mfg. Co. Manufacturer! of Belle of the West, Perfection and Blue Ribbon Utah's Leading Brands of Flour Wholesale and retail dealers in all linds of Grain and M!Ltu5, Rolled and Chopped Feed. : : : : Nephi, Utah.