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County Court. Dry Farmiag Congress. A call has lieen uwued for the second convention of those The Ilntnl of County Comnaiatloaen ru :t 1h regular xassiii Jan. ft. 1908, t.11 numb pruseut. interested in the reclamation Elzaruti Hunsaker appeared hii of the semi-ariregions of tiat lie bo furubbed material to ftoc America to meet in Salt Lake right of way from IIta:yvi!le to pro. p ised bridgs liteaeroM Bear River, ilr. City on January 22nd to 26th, A lam was authorul to buy win D'l 1908. The objects of the tje Cbairinau was authorized to feign are summed ui an fol- claim f"r post at l(Jc. d eon-cres- s The bonds of G. It. Iticbens, Constat.! Ella Crack; Anderson, Tmstee El wood Drafting District, and W. II. Knieftl and H. C. K. Hansen U r lows: of Grouna The consideration of the bsst methods of rendering the were accepted and oi'.ice. Unds of the semi-ariregions i productive vhere ditch irriga- proved. in tie mi t A tii n wt a dtfir tion is impracticable tax in sheep which haru grazed The determination of Cidie Co. 2. during 1U07, 'J h f the best agricultural methods resignations wara where crop and live stock . d ! is farming practicable. .3. To encourage the establishment of experimental farms to determine the limitations of scientific soil culture and seed selection; these farms are to be operated undtr the direction of state and federal experiment stations or private enterprise. 4. To assist the prospective settler in erery practical way to determine what land under scientific soil culture methods is susceptible of crop production. r. To encourage the use of every conservative practical method for developing the semi-ariregions of America. LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA. J. B. Carter Writes Entertainingly of The Gridley Colony. EDITOR TREilGNT TIMES: I hate done considerable inTes.lgatlng in this ittite since leaving your locality nome timo ago. I find a great deal of country that does not suit rae, but the locality surroundiug Gridley I consider very good. Jlany of my frieads iu your ricinity reqsested m to let them know what I thought of this section, and" if you will kiLdly publish this statement you would confer a favor on a lrg number of your readers. I find that nature has done a great deal for this sec tion. They have excellent soil here and an abundant supply ot water in the river, though soma difficulties were experienced last summer in getting the water out cf the river into the canal during a portion of the season. Tha trouble was the result of dainrge dune to the canal by extremely high wnter. I am confident that this difficulty will be overcome and that there will Le M treabls in securing abundant water to Irrigate all the land ia this sec- tion. the Rear River Valley eight years and consider it an excellent coon try. They had the same trouble there that Is being experienced here, so I am not at all discouraged In regard fu this In ray judgmwit this difficulty here. trouble will be overcome very soon. There is an abundance of water in the I liver at the driest season of the year. in have traveled many different slates but have seen no place which possessed the natutal advantages I find here. Many of the Times readers arc acquainted with Mr. L. T. Hansen and will I lived in ap- r cf in on-lu- j 1 O Odd and Comic. Dr. E. A. Kicb, ( ounty Physician; Dr. J. O. Pitt, Health Officer, atd I". E- - s rUt as constable of the Sunset precinct. Attend Fishbicrn's Tiling curious the world has seen in l'JOT. Coronation! aid convention, treatiet, court real trials, battles, murders, sudden dcitli, may divide tlie first p ges of a year's" papers between themselves, hut that is n t the whole story of the news. All this may he the important gist of the daily harvest, may influence history or may affect the greatest number of people, hut there is another Mde to t. e subject ; the "human interest'' sort of thing, the trilling happenings which yet tell as does nothing else of man's credulity, joys a:id sorrows, of his ilailf life ' During this sale we propose to sell you every fourth article or yard of goods of the same price for 9 cents, no matter whether the price may be $1.00 or $20.00. One transaction must complete the purchase, or, in other words, the sale must be made at one time in order that you may get the fourth article or yard for 9 cents, although you may repeat the 365 days Dr. Kick of Garland was appointed in such news. been have rich Health Officer of the 2nd district. Missis-sipp- i The official call for dt legates to lie The Supreme Court of dry fanning congress to be held in Salt L ike City on the 88, 24, and 25 of this month was read and Messrs. Hart and Adams will furnish credentials. The matter of claim of It. F. Jer?en sen ef Garland for fervlces dining quarantine of email pox was referred to the attorney for lurest Igaton and written n decided on Nov. 11 that 'Go to heir1 is uut profanity. An Ohio tribunal has adjudicated Mr. Beatty's whiskers to be worth $101, a gas com- pany having to pay that sum for their destruction by an exThe news dealer in pinion. plosion. Dr. J. D. Harding was appointed the Albany, N. Y., depot has Physician offered a N. Y. C. R. timetable t al The petition of Moroal Arbon as the funniest book on his nkltig that road iu Baowvills district be changed to ran on n irth side of the sec stand. The French capital'has tions, was granted provided the sago done even better than thete brush is cleared off and the toad put in things. The Paris Chief of good shape, Police having sent out to the EXCURSION TO DENVER. neighboring communes photographs of an escaped criminal, January 17th and 18Q. in each case sending six in as For the Western Live Stock 9h w and msny'poses of the man, receivMeeting National Live Stock Associat ion. ed the following dispatch from SeeO.S.L. Limit, January 27th. a southern district: Five of the Agauts for rates and partt'ulars. criminals whose photographs As It Is In California. you sent already avrested ; we JanuaGridley Cel., January 10. On Tues- are on track of sixth. the of matter the 7th, iu sort this day,. lanuary ry set a sharp pace the formation of for potition Gridley of thing. The very first day of Drainage District No. 1, came up before the year, George V. Stuart of the board of supervisors f Lu te County. Me , set the ball rollThe proposed district includes over Newport, of 6,000 acres, and the tentative plans ot ing by picking two bushels those who have the matter of organi- coreless apples. On the fifth zation In charge include eoitstruaijii of fruit again jumped forward, drainage ditches and the acquirement for a up at Wills-den- , ot'aright of way for au outlet either to haled before a magistrate tlie tulesor the l eather River. for After the tloods ot .last spring, when stealing oranges, was confor the first tin the town of Riggs auil demned to a birching, 5 strokes Gridley were inundated, the laud owners per orange, and there three ef tb neighborhood held several meet taken. 'Jpon this, pity seized iugs with the view to taking action the plaintiff. 'Til leave the against the dredge miners ou tue Feather fruit here, sonny," said he. River when they beliavo for Sale nt You Can Get $10, $15 or $25 worth of Merchandise for 9 Cents. itself. N in eteen-seve- 9-Ce- O D o II four purchases as many times as you wish. Bring Your Neighbors and friends with you, combine your purchases and (you get the fourth article or yard just the same. . 0 S0 If we haven't made this plain to you, call at the store and we'll explain it to you more fully. R. L. FISHBURN & SONS CO., TREMONTON STORE. Stores at Bngham and Tremonton. one jtMtim , K3J A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ( i0 50 0 50 ! $0 ten-year-ol- d responsible tho impaired drainage. But nothing wus doue. Now, as appeared from a Gridley dispatch to The Beo yesterday the property owners of East Gridley are undtr the necessity of building a levee because of tke changed conditions due, in large measure at least, tu the filling of the Feather River channel by dredg This is the time of year that most people make pledges: Some not to steal, unless they steal away uumjjcuiy, uuicib iiul iu uiiiiis., uiiicoo tuty alone or with some one. qq Hum are : Vernon, N. Y., is tlie subject I of yet another First Month od-- , 1 at. dity. tie was reported aeag u LWln 'im- ptVIHHVU rv w l l naries notices, ana so hysterically as a Formerly in times of tleod in the laughed result that his heart was affectFeather the water ran oil without harm 'o the Biggs and Gridley country. But ed. To cap the climax, it transthe great piles of cobbles and other pired that th man who was material heaped up by the dredgrrs now found dead was really named ing operations. detlect the current ss to throw it against those tonus and the lauds in This at last is the their neighborhood of and land residents belief the general be pleased to know that his circumstancowners, who have the best opportunlies es are very good here, where he is well for judging. Public sentiment in the satisfied. Mr. W P. Crorior, who is well localities named it almott without exknown by all your readers, agrees with to adverse dredge mining. Sac me in regard to the conditions here that ception ramento Bee. 1 have referred to, except be does not snem to be so hopeful about the time DRY FARMING CONGRESS. when the existing dlAeOktM iu the mat Salt Lake, January 22nd to 26tn. jer of lecurlng water will be overcome. all old and The Times my Wishing Exrurilons vis O. S. L. from Utah friends a Happy Ntw Year, I in Very truly ) ours, points north Ogden. January 19th to J R. Car-nth- . 84tb. Inclusive, limit January 27th. See O H. L, agents for rstes and further After the Entertainment. particulars. 'Bhe baa a magnificent flat." said The la it badly arranged. one, "but The Salt Lskt Se.ni Warkly Tribune parlor Is too far from the dining Is the bsst paper for intermountain room." "The wall nauer Is beautiful," the for ssveral "but reasons, one Importremarked another, pictures readtrt are abominable. It Is a pity to ruin ant one being that it reaches tkem from beautiful walls." "She haa a lot ot our to four days earlier than Eastern or elegantly bound booka," said sUll another, "but I'll be willing to wager a coast papers, A free sample copy will Ave that none of the leaves are cut." be ntnt yeu by asking The rl rlbune. Salt "In other words," said the man who Lake City, Utah. looks on, "she has betn awfully good to us. She has taken pains to enter KING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS talc us. Let us roast her." so uarv "Hartless.'' . , Ketltvt Indication and Stomach Troutoltt DRY FARMING In the Dawn of Young 1908, Tools, Cutlery, Ammunition, Guns, im-hn- thr v(ta and bleu at D. K. Hammond A t o s. It will be unnecessary to jo through painful, pxpeniiv operation for I'ilei Put up iu collapsiif you use Man.an ble tube with nozilc, ready to apply . For nr form of Pile price 30c. For tale bv Tremont M ercantile Co. Tinware, Enameled Ware, Stoneware, See our big We are never "out." Coal Oil in any quantity. Tank Thanking you, one and all, for your generous patronage, and soliciting a continuance of the same, and again wishing you a happy and prosperous New Yours, very rruly, Year, we are Eicurafobi vii 0. 8. L. from rtab points north of Ogden, January 19th l e, limit. January 2?Lu. I L. agnu for rates and Se 0. further particular. Potatoes, cabbag : Qoeensware, Silverware. Salt Lake, January 22nd. to 26th. . q. Building Material, Hardware, Paint, Oil, Glass, oo CONGRESS. 3 We pledge fair and courteous treatment to all of our many customers and friends; Pledge ourselves to maintain the high standard cf our goods, agreeing to carry at all timss a full and complete line of ill Ul m m Our pledge is of a very different nature: When they are through with you, you'll enjoy it all the more." Chas. Belcher of Mt. tut Uciu ! I Phone No. Lumber Company, TREMONTON, UTAH. 11. 'WHERE GOOD GOODS ARE SOLD." SDR a DON'T SIT IN THE DARK. ! You can now, and at all times, Ret Coal Oil at the Hardware Store. ' Chance to Trade for a California Farm. If you want a ten aere orchard in California, five acres of orange trees and five acres of bearing apri- cot trees for vour Hear River ValTheir "Tank" hokb JS0 allom orchard, pleMC inquire Sid is never empty. TYu People ley apple for particulars at The Times ollice. who are never out of Oil, Wilson Lumber Company. P1NEULES for ibe Kidneys 30 DAYS' TMATMINT FOR i.OQ FOR SALE, THE KENT HOTEL in Tremonton. Doing the best business between Ogden ami Mfrlftd. Twenty well furnished rooms, all in $ood Reason for order, on Main Street nonr railroad station. i6 for selling poor health of owner. This a bargain for any man. Also a rirslrnMe building lot ucl terms inquire of ."W For Hc by 150 feet on Trrmont 8trft. K. A. KKKT, Trcfiirmo, Cult.