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i NOTICE TO WATER L , . State Engineer's 0"lco, Salt Lak City, tab, Juno 17. 1911. Notice Is hereby Riven that W C Boley, et al, whose post orflce address 1b American Fork. Utah, have made application la accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907, aa amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 1909 and 1911, to appropriate ten (10) cubic feet per second or water from Granite or South Oranlte Creek, Juab County, Utah Said water will be diverted at a po-n- t which bears south 77 degrees west 10,078 feet from tho southwest cor ner of section 7. township 12 south, range 17 west, alt Lake base and meridian, from where It will be conveyed by means of a flume and ditch for a distance of 35.000 feet and there used during the period from April 1 to October 31, Inclusive, of each year, to Irrigate 1,280 acres ot land embraced In sections 27 and 34. township 12 south, range 17 west, Salt Lake base and meridian. This application is SOWING FARM tBy ture and Germinate. TANNER, State Engineer. Date ot first publication June 30, 1911. Date of completion of publication July 31. 1911. CHAS. PYPER Everything Electrical i 8 Froadcasting seed may answer ver humid areas under certain con dittoes. In dry areas, however, It should be avoided. Unless the seed goes down where is reaches moisture it will not germinate. It cannot b put down to an even or uniform depth when broadcasted. The drill has the following advsa tages over broadcast sowing In dry areas, says the Dakota Farmer. It puts the seed down to where it will reach molstare; that is, when moisture is present. It Is frequently pres ent at a lower depth than would suffice for broadcast seeding. It distributes the seed mere uniformly than would be possible when broadcasted It presses the earth around the seed; that Is, when press drills are used. They ought generally to be so uard. It calls for less seed than broadcast sow lug. The difference in favor of tba former Is not less than say one peck per acre. It puts the seed so far down that tbe barrow will not take many ol tbe plants out If the work is careruu done. This is not true of grain that has been broadcasted. When winter grain Is sown the depressions made by the drill may to some extent tend to protect plants from injury from tne winds. The difference between drill sowing and broadcasting in such areas may make the difference between su cess and failure In the crop The depth to which grain should b Panted is Influenced by the kind ol oil. by the condition of the soil as tc tilth, and by the moisture which it contains I'lantlng may De Deeper in sandy soli and in soli of good tilth than In heavy clays. But In any soil II the seed Is to germinate promptly. II niUBt go down to where the Boll li moist. It may be necessary In some in sUinres to plant wheat and other ralns as far down as four Inches, but a less deptn is netter wnen tne conaitions ror grow in are rigni. rainy aeep planting, however, should be the rule In dry areas. The plants are then more In Pltor. U. W. CLARK, Montana. Iry farming; Congrats iiuliai.u.) on at the jj a""'! wwawWAT"T"iuamM job for an estimate. House wiring- a specialty. All kinds of Electrical Supplies. Tantalum and Tungsten Lamps. One block west of Court House fi Come follow the srrew 'til you Join the merry throng ef palate pleated men and women who have quit seeking for the one best beverage because they've found it : t sat Jnevety gtass snap and iparkte vim Quenches the thiretcoole use a creere MaogeLoa Ac 1 and go. Delicious Be Everywhere Ttit COCA-COL- A Atlanta. "TkiTmk About Wnolesome Refreitinj All Kinds of Home Cured and Fresh Meals Kept in m m m C. la WlMame At taw think I DECIDED NOT TO OPEN IT. 7 'jr CO. Cecs-Cala- " Caca-Col- p a Ijjjjj And Then He Escaped. "William." said Mrs. Peckem, sten ly, "did you ever stop to think that some one might steal me when you are away?" "Well." responded the poor husband. with a far away look, "I was a little alarmed when a horse thief was prowV lng these part last week." Mrs. Peckem stiffened up haughtily. A horse thief, ehT" "Yes. I beard that he carried of! two or three nags from this diHtrlct" for And then Peckem made a bee-linthe door. e , mmr sixty-fourt- Cattett, Pioprieton I Rel iitiaf action - I City Meat Co. aa. v i it make the country pleasant and at-tractive. The writer's most pleasant recollection of his childhood days waa tbe comcanlonshln of the farm ani- condition. mala Tbe three small daughters of II. D, There are other reasons than the riAKi: into tour Bnomi AIW k'uut- Kut, ma AotlMrpUo puwitnr tor "nraA Hansen, a shoemaker living m Logan, one mentioned why live stock should actiintf, wolten. irorroua feet. t,iva real aaa are confined to their home as a result be kent on every dry farm. Grain la eoaifurl. MoaeiwalktnKadnllilhl SuMaTarjwbara I was about Caller open thinking 16s. Unit accrpt anjr mlMiluHa. Vur t Ka of injuries received by being run over the main dry crop. Tbe farmer's In store thia a tauupla. addrraa Alton 8. OIiuiukI, La Boy. N. Y. neighborhood. Ing drug were Grain ot while In one are load a playall basket" by hay they "eggs Do you think one U needed around Is his only source of income, and If ing in the street The difficulty of knowing what not here? Pioneer day, Monday, July 24, was tnrm and lnaerta taka It. lha exnendlno to say Is knowing when not to say It. Idea. There's Great Resident celebrated in almost every city, town lures and efforts of the whole year place within ten blocks where a man Mr.. Wtnalnw'a SoottilnaBymp tor Ohttdrwe and bamlet in the state. It marked r inat with a fw miirh mwH thera can buy stamps or see the city direc anfina tua (th'uh, reel nee Intlamma-Uou- . an Income all the Ume; butterfat the anniversary of the en Is colic. Sa a boiua. wlud aJlaja pain.euraa in th vrv day. trance into tbe Salt Lake valley ot ts and vealed a can be knd few calves Work for Extinction of Tuberculosis. President Brigham Young. For a tralnwrecker no punishment of to the local butcher. A Exhibitions showing In graphic form can bo too severe. A vigorous campaign to check tne disposed few hens will nick no a exeat deal of ot consumption have tbe unusual spread of whooping cough in praln that ntharvlu wnulri ba Sare I TO In me lDIUrlOUS WUUencCS Ol beenprevention in every state In the shown Salt Lake has been Inaugurated by lost, and the revenue there- arouta. Uulted States, excel t Nevada, Artzoua, the health department and the strict entirely from sufficient to provide U New Mexico and Wyoming, and also est quarantine possible is to be main- the familyusually with groceries. A few sheep Sowing Broma Grass. In most of the Canadian provinces and tained until the epidemic is checked. will furnish meat Tbe amount of brome grass seed tn for the table and Mexico, Porto Rico and Cuba, ac- V Diamonds valued at $830 were stol cash at various times during the year. to sow In this country depends upon to a statement made by the en from a Provo Jewe'.ry store In when the farmer has no wheat to sell. a number of conditions. If the soil Is cording Lareoa In Variety ARKOtiation for the Study Flnoat In Quality. National retftilraimut Ur r loaning aai Iticy mti avt--i Is no condition clue broad daylight and there Tbe same la true when there are not In a very good physical of all klutU aud color. There of Tuberculosis. and potUhlns Prevention tt the robbers. It Is supposed the borses, beef, cattle and hogs to sell more seed should be used than if tbs sre now 25 states and 16 cities havrobbery occurred when the proprietor They provide an Income when the soil is well prepared. However, we and traveling exhibits to secure a stand of ing permanent stepped from the room for a moment. farmer needs It, and he can pay cash roust not expect two tbe besides operated by the Na we on dry land unless and thereby secure many advantages brome grass The people of Ferron engaged tional Itself, and the total asportation have a well prepared seed bed and at Is 'over band of Indians from the reservation. that cannot be secured by credit. number of similar to VMS a take It year germinate may When the farmer keeps live etock, ht fifty miles north, to come to Ferron 200, Including about 150 small school seasons to or i tnree two and do their he can give employment the whole fully and ex on the Twenty-fourtseasons with a great exhibits. Tho Brut tuberculosis In thicken up. Is on the there but farm year, grain hibit In America was ebown by the part toward impressing tne rising gen a long period of Idleness during the deal of moisture we should use exa Marylnd In. oration with the valor of the plonee-re- , the seed because amount of larger winter season. Most desirable labor 1901. In 1906 there were Poach day at Drignam City this cannot January. would cess of water promote larger be secured when there Is a year will be a big success from all In short period of employment, and con- growth. Taking It on the whole, we four such exhibits. celebration The annual dications. big tbe farmer bas to put up should sow from eight to fourteen The Quaker Scored. will be on two days inetcaa oT one, a sequently low class of farm hands, which pounds to the acre. A depth of from a with An old Quaker went Into a booksell dratae OtI.T r.OGI tba Ofi'T UAtr (Ma f Inches heretofore. The'date fixed by the ex Is demoralizing to tbe young people of to one and n4 Vulbriiea that ' po4tlvlr yatatn IU tUarkl an and er's shopman, and nhora, aalaaa Impertinent tail-shop, aat seed. wltl be committee ecutive September the commanlty. On the farm without will not be too deep for the -- Krrwh Otnu." Hie. rafabtae, 2". winning to have some sport at his ex wliaaat 20 and 21. HANDY cnllMlaf"relrNiBaii1 pull live stock, production ceaaes during "tuar" llu, lu& m il nt rnor fm. to hora. vui said hint: all pens, Value of a Garden. levying a special road tax of Ave the winter season, while on the farm UI IIK V II ITK m dlriy raaxaa ilM are from are the you "You ftu.1 white. country, In IKukl form talilacm a ha a rlraa mills and securing tbe suite road ap- containing live stock It continues the From an economical standpoint ( aatrklr and raally appllr.1.fur A apunra notr Iw una, is a investment well as as the Is ap ftood alwaja of It whole good the ready general and because lwk.r garden propriation, year, mi the "Yes." cnta Quaker. replied a4,t or Some years aco I waa curious to dnca nt retba ktnd jrm waat, propriation made by the county, the community Is more prosperous. "Then here Is Just the thing for ml u bit a.tdma aad tlx yTWa la Maaipi to Weber county commissioners anticiThe question of maintaining the fer know tbe costs to the mechanic with- you, full prmHr- -. tne man, neraing out a responded supthe for or considof five la Is of E The persons W the soil BROS. & CO., the H MORE ITT family Important, accomplishment tility pate the-- book. St Cmbrllr. Mw. Albany erable road building in the early fu- time will come, though slower than In ply of vegetable during the summer Is Itr asked the Quaker. o What Mh4 ixurx ana tiannjuriurtrt humid climates, when the productive seuon, and I was surprised to know ture. World. Mm rUikf. in tk on Rearing la an "It 'Estay in Ooli Basin, ten miles south ot capacity of tbe soil will be greatly tbe amount was $18. says a writer Donkeys.' " PERfECT HEALTH.' Mocb. Is the home of a plant that reduced, unless tbe plant food now an exchange. The bead tf the family "Friend," said tbe Qusker, "thee had I Some was, therefore, obliged to labor for out taken being Pin karr tha rtrat In perfect arda. replaced. Twtt'a United In the nowhere mother." else to prows better prevent that thy Tbay rtguUla tba kawdi aad proittf crops remove a great deal from the 21 days at 12 per ay to pay for the State, according to Dr. P. A. conA VIGOROUS BODY. solL For Instance, one ton of whest I vegetable bill and yet be did not cf the New York Botanical Supply. removes $1 worth of fertility. This aider It wa an exlravsganc. Cw .Ick bradachc, cotutlpatlna and mwlarta, Now just one thing The plant Is a pec:es or clnc- - I New Minister greatly In contrast to the amount more before I accept this charge. Have toil and is known as poienuila panel-Jug(50 cents' worth) removed In a ton of for Pasture. Rape yon got a "supply?" butter. In the raising of live clock, Rape will produce pasture feed In Deacon Well, yes. though we never Work on the new Rio Grande pas- tbe farmer must grow leguminous from six weeks to two months from said anything to the last preacher withsenger depot at Price mill --""t rweofmand'4 for plants that add fertility to the soil. fof n t0ck that will eat It, about It. I'll show you where It Is, OVVili'iA 1WAMP. everytblng; in a few days. Th controvem'y bebut If you s peas, clover and alfalfa. About 0 ,nd u most and than earlier 1 tell BTfjable a but you you'll llvar ot yon key. have get kldnay, tween the business oran:atiooe and per cent of the fertility constituents rrMn be M feed, and It may Madder troubto It will be have to be Just as careful about uMag the railroad, regarding; tae :.cai!on of of crone is retained on the farm when ellU,n crop. young without Injuryfound Jurt the remedy you need. At dnif-eiaof usl Puck. U.e new structure, baa al last been live stock Is fed and the manure re- - M,mre until late la It aa the rest In fifty cent and dollar aUea. Toe ...a u settled to the jU1 faction of hot turned to the soil. Ry growing tnay have e sample bottle of thla wonder the summer If sown six to eight l new dlanovary by mall and Halves. frae, alae Quarters plants and feeding live stock. weeks before wsnted. parti ext. alt about 11 Lambs' recent at Utllng Ade. the pamphlet George a to Is the fertility, large extent. main Attempting to catch a moving Vldraaa, Dr. Kilmer A Co., BlnchaiBto. W. Y. Uamool In New York, objected to the soils are rapidly freight train on the Oregon talned and depleted POULTRY NOTE. wife. of modern the extravagance Kin "n? Short Line at Cache Junction early built up. This Is Impossible without "It Is true that the married men of pmsy live stork. t .7r,rrr if are aa Sunday, Edward Ralph Roce loet his a rule tetter "have Ticks hardy. halves, today," he ended, Refore going Into the five stock bead bold and slipped under the moving for chicks Wstch the little but bachelors have better quarters." wheels of the train, bis rlsht foot be business too ev" "Ivety. the farmer lice. kind of csa learn must what crops In? crushed to a pulp, neeesilatng be Fxercla keeps the fowls la good profitably grown. This varies great health. amputation. between and within the states ly Young chicks should not be allowed Mr. James Shields, aged M. a pio- some crops thel can be grown Triumph to roost too early. Lake in Salt borne died at her neer, In Kansas and South Dakota refuHy for ben rid best turkeys the Keep Of Cookery on July 21. Mr. Shields came to would probably fall In Montana, and Utah In 1833, rsl settling In West some that can be surresafuily grown next ycr'e breeding. trou cause Is more likely to Jordan, where he raided continuous-l- la one part of the state would fall la bleNothing In mature turkeys than overree for fifty year. latr removing to another. Alfalfa, where It ran be tha best all around trnp. In.For Uce on little eblcke nee a crop Salt Lake City, vhere ait a resided un- grown. tt can be safely paatnred by bogs and til tbe end came. rf sreaae cn tbe bead and under the eon of . rank Rid- borse. and la a good feed In winter The four year-olwing. summer and kinds of all for snimals. ley of Ogdm was the victim of a terri- even the There te no belter preparation than chickens. ble experience Sunday by being Imihe 1'me kerosene wash for the benm hotme. prisoned In a newly made Many JcGcjous diJ. Alfalfa Indlteenssble. The of hours. for a number l',ce ran suck more vitality Three cemetery secure To tiave been rnaclo from the the cheapest pork, from tbe little rblrk than aft Ita food boy wandered Into the graveyard In finest and will that produce pork bogs Indian to Com by the ali3 have can upply. the afternoon and Is supposed be in the best poflble state of bealta above or A Juat crack amA'l Into opening excavation. tbe of the ex and slipped and vigor, alfalfa must be Included la ft 1. r - m. Mvi.1 ... . . rro.l,. tv ahlrh i t dauehter" of ' i. ' lltJ The fourteen montbe-olI I cook. on. At the Kansas sta a cairn a! pert m the draft. Is the rsuae of many colds. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Peterson tion a gain of 104 pounds of pork wss and with ducks eat that as uae a was Turkeys a which in haneed rope But none of lhc creamade from a ton of alfalfa bay and the other fowl usually swing, at Ephralnv Tbe child waa bout the same amount from an acre geere and withto eat and become excel PostToaSt-ie- S over-1s- t tion! too much get playing at the ewin? and In some man- of alfalfa pasture. in In and tempting the fa!ale. the rope lier became entangled Young turkeys should be confined waa choked to death. Pasture ftetter Than Grain. In dir. clean and eafe pen until "ToaStie" are a to n opinion banded down by tbe Pasture cf any kind clover, alfal they are pant the young danger s'ags M Inert, Farmer, and Outkfa luxury that male a dclight-fsupreme court lasi week, me action ol fa, or any of the grasaee. affords good .f life. Workers rVrw-leIn so It court and much Is food for the giving Vary the district economy. Duck eggs are In demand by confkf tVir tW fm 4vSa fr f ot her hn $S.1M for the meimni hyy. T hraa he ft arlihte fM cheaper than the grsln feeds that It fectlonrrs, as they Impart a glare to hmn mw eSntt ay'Wf iha IcCa first )arwr, an The more !n al accident do Is farmers occurred which thst cannot with bad be which package band, snrprlatng ttclr rt,ig. W Vd bf ajVw aViiff fwrt f.4, tar afV" tf fom rhfely. te Devil's Slide In February, was affirmed not fence In tracts and sow the land hen ess. fm fwg its own story. Fowler was working for the company to grazing crepe for their swine. The ponltry ralaer Is now finding out that tbe early batched chicks are when a steel trus fell and killed bira The Memory Lingers more vigorous and profitable thai j Wsterlna Horse. The Oregon Short Line has tec a red I horse batches. and the late experienced Pslna'akfng double Sold by Crocert the for of all its right way lav M I f KTtTnRi The yon rig tarkeys should be ' f rer' (v j ft. truck between 8K lake and Ogden. men have proven beyond a doubt that r i r ij ss fields Just seera out to the fcor be better nourished lata teraed The construction work Is aow being PosTt M craEAt. eo LM ta m rWesksi Hpa4 III, 9. before ooa tbe dew is S the grses sad rushed e fast as possible, a Bight when systematically watered P.fll Crark. Mica. U.1A. out saUl allowed te should remain OT be . Ue shift bin now need to haste W. N. tart LW Cil, No, 30--1 1U lark. I track laying and grading. -- - n "-"- W I See me on any electrical IJJLiJTjL:. mm toYocr Good IUakh amd Pleasure well in Dry farming aa carried present time is a cold business propoA visit to the average dry sition. farm reveals a lonesome, somewhat there are many gloomy situation; things lacking that are necessary to make this home a desirable, pleasant place to live. Tbe wile the inistrebs of the home feela this mora than anyone else. If she were raised where fruiu, vegetables and live stock were grown, the lack of them to ber now U keenly felt. No farm can be truly a home without live stock. Milk, cream, butter, cheese, eggs and various kinds of meat are necessary. These con- tribute to the comfort and happiness of tbe family. Furthermore, the com-- 1 canlonshlD of animals is a great fao- tor la developing the spirit of coua-- 1 try life In young DeoDle. Tbe lamb, colt, calf, pig and chick all help to row-rati- tice. ia msm If . Iho James McGregor, a traveling tinner, died at tb mergency hospital of the county Jail la Logan, Sunday, as a reacid poisoning, taken sult of June 1 with suicidal intent. .Former Chief of Police Oeorge Sheets ef Salt Lake, one of the best known officials in the state, Is seriously 111 from a nervous disorder, general paralysis being I eared. To bring the annual convention ot the Internatlnal Bridge and Structural Iron Workers to Salt Lake for 1912 is tbe present plan of the members of Salt Lake local No. 27. Suffering a fainting spell on the streets, Joslah Rogereon, pioneer telegraph operator ot Silt Lake, fell to the paving an sustained what is believed to be concussion of the brain. Almost facing starvation, but determined to stay on their claims until water is secured, people in the unlrii- gated portions of the Uintah reservation are reported to be In a aorlous - " r THE DRY AREA, 8e e designated In' the State Engineer's as No. 3797. protests against the granting of said application, stating- the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit In duplicate and filed In this office within thirty (30) days after the completion ot the publication of this no- IN Drill 8ystem ef Seeding Puts Down Where It Will Raach Mois- The Utah Chautauqua assembly at Glenwood park, Ogden, "was formally Milk, Eggs and Meat Contribute opened on Friday, July 21. to Comfort of Family. Zone Marshall, 1$ years or age, was thrown from a horse at North Ogden and received two fractures of the left Companionship of Animals I Great leg. Factor in Developing Spirit of factor twenty-threWith canning ies represented, the Utah Canners' asCountry Life In Young PeoNational affiliated tne with sociation, ple No Idle Period. Canners' association, has been organ-lzed- . office All CALEB ON STOCK TiiE UTAH BUDGE'l DRY - - mmoreh Refrigerator Business being run on cash basis, enables us to sell at very Sho e Polishes up-to-d- reasonable prices. Courteous Treatment to All Will Wear Twice as Long. h Ask any farmer If our handmade harness doesn't wear twice as long as the factory harness. We make it and guarantee iu Bring in your old harness, saddles. etc., and have them repaired good as new. Complete outStters whips, bridles, spurs, Navajo blankets, and everything in harness and saddlery. C& Tuberculoeln-eommiBfelo- one-hal- one-hal- f tm.-- rMi-lrra- 'i ALLEN OSTLER u u - P-- a. i R ememoer JO-S- B Lsii-ge- We build New Machinery, I make Harrows, Cultivators, Wagons and Scrapers. We ' can save you money See us First . Ityd-ber- - legu-tnlno- south-baun- d ivny y d, d - ing'-nuif- Ml d i . i ;: PEXTON f pre Bobsn Laundry rvi. Post Toasties 1 1 u. rrrrra '. ". . A To send your laundry to Provo or Salt Lake, when you can have it done right here at home for less .money? Expert Laundry-maiand latest machinnewest and 67 our beauery. Phone tiful new wagon will call at your door. Patronize home indjstry nd try X ts - WHY PAY EXPRESS n .,, UOnT s Repair Shop ' TuiJ's Fills a. Blacksmithing and Machinery e g, bia R osenvaii n i 11 m y u-- METALLIC HEELS AND COUNTERS -- hWbkl, trli, ft.. vT t DONT BORROW The Times from your neighbor when you can g;t it for leu than tv ul li. r dh ci aa- -f wt-- rratrr-- t I I till m Three Cents Per Wcet anrar. rye. at V vv 4 . i-- ns vrr-fr- , Af . .