|Paper||Provo Semi-Weekly Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Semi-Weekly Herald|
THE PROVO HERALD ruitroN r. f 1 6$." ': ;1T:.'A-.'II'.;'A"- JrSdf OUtKi' Miiii Cist Mine Cage jr. iron "LCtstinis, Etc v fQ1 get. S. V. ; - tftftftftftftftftftftftftftfgigtttjttWatit il J & PROVOTTT- I NortKvStfed2lf - I UXaH West 3tX - m j v -. .ju.e-iart- 60 ; siieo t farmers ; IllmiK' bluff against birds of the air which " prey upon vege- - , table life and beasts bf the ground with in clinations likewise, U doomed ,. it is declared. Charged barbed wire fence s shotguns and special prep- antidote fornluisb dinners'- have eome into being to such extent that the scarecrow has passed the period bf usefulness In many' sections. Professional, jokers and farmers who employ electricity In 4uratIomf--peisoBrierodert- 1 v(i tne agriciMirriinir"' the venerable warppmv tig of jmcafUL the ways? : : -- Men ho claim to know say they have. The if Iff 5 i fef aJc f t' n JOSEPII W. DUNN, General Manager. r 9 W-'s- H m tr VWf' iSi AN Otirrert t Tim3-Tfcl- e .... 8 for all points feasts. -Jfo. 'HO for8anpeTepoints . ; for all potato east,, 8 for Tlntic points ... 4 for all points east,. I 14- " M 6 for f "1 tt J t a -' 1 3LBA No;'i 22 No. 121 45 p.in- 6:04 , 8:41 ' ,.' II .11:40 a.m. 8:34" ." .. .. - 9:16 16 p.m. 4:25 9.61 for Heber . K . .... . FROMJTQBTH- 9:30 .....3.... ...... .v. fron; Heber ml a.m. - farmer possessed ' pnman'r-ih- of perhaps only 80 to-- lOOr acres, the cltyman yho JMWMfwjnt tOTCBltr'WBy. that fellow -- ilC V' the Way. I Tell the agent, "THE OVERLAND ROUTE as: far as it goes' It meanoayjng of. time, !ui avoidance oTchanging cars, broken connections, tc-"You'U Know When You Go." Ask any Short Line Agent for rates and paxticulars.- - ly obsolete, - Is now at Portland. - V - Me.., covered that the crows flew Hway ftt t'g"t of him.-an- dhe. bouu grew tired of his work. So he rigged up a crude Imitation of a t wentieth ':; century scarecrow and " pui7 work. intThen lejpent... summerxcan no longer be perched upon by the orchard, hia employer young crdwaln learning to fly, and the figure believing blm still on which was intended to be the crows' god of ill- at the feeding duty omen, but which in the eyes of the dark hued of the crowa minions of thealr was an indication of the ground Since that time his idet whereabouts of edibles In the Bhape of corn, has been greatly is to he swept Into oblivion. but then it was. . The farmer's wife bates to seq the nnrpirnn-- "ihe" pinnacle of Yankee 'go", because of pleasantassociationsJ During the Ingenuity, long summer days "WhileXshe Is alone, the men Hertied two sticks and boys being off In the 'fields, the slleqt stiff- crosswise and -- simply armed policeman- carries on a silent conversatloa rested his tattered coat with hef,an J she has surprised city people by In as-all- rmTTmM&mzm - L gertln nab aApn-- nana nTnsarTofr A EcetasatjuiutUJtaevajuty-4th- talkto, hever4hserlng e pleased. andiierflVmwhrmbiiTthfl The - adage readsr "Kecp'sulf v" the "lt always silent under the most scathing arraignment, Is wonder thattejcarecrowwi!L be missed, byibe. Teelihg. washmother yptthe scarecrow, ; Every theatergoer remembers the "Wizard of Oz 'V; women folks! w:,;: Thus a score of vpum vy "mettmeteofmarked ability, canerpii ahout iaaahHig nf ttwtli hvHiA flgrlnnlturiat ,n" n? carecrQwto,,tbat-fljualcar-conied. s tears by fair conversationalists, ind hia? by were typical of the "silent buffer. Stone crows seeking the cause of the new vogue, ,a dot,Dle J0IHted.and rnhis ing by the city tolks and others, the curtain is parf resembled a scare-tcrow " -- be drawn over this piteous individual, r, The word scarecrow signifies Its' realm' of use- - i ne 'tand8 immovable and jimp for a ijerWd,of which is to scare "crowa, tf3uatea .by.The; ropettaLJnMiJL, iquirreia In fact, most anything Js Uable Mto lnflictr grievous rwTongp6I"rMr. : Stone was the first imitator of the scarecrow Kta- lhat bow embodied the only character which IVmer. aurlUy :f mourn-tmovemeS- -- o " a hawk8.-rabbitis'lnuteB- ,lti 1 Simsliineg Fruit and SRowers -- within 24 hours of your Very dobr.It's the piece for rest and rec-AutdWotning7 I reatioThealtaffdlealare. 'iFishmgTCrorfing,' r Yachting and other out door sports may b indulged in every day ; :. l in the winter. t""- -' I liWtbacaFerew-tteei:- ir 1 Dollars ifLourvdeCTrip - rciticn end tickets, 103 Sa. . ad- - r.Ida St. Sslt Mc i. d The scarecrow ia: purely; ah "American lnstituK tion, invented forv thefiurpose of helping the - M mad Ask the can go to at ,light summermeiigar-Eigliter- body Lknow :',' much;--:'",- M JMrvnaeaTToi, who : - IE IIEPiALD F0 LL TIIE-TIE- VS indicator. -;- - - : uL.ii : He s so his stunt was W Jown a staircase on his face, which he r Th did reculirlv Cal Holland, former Chicagoan. but 'to davla limber-tha- twice-a-da- y t r-,- I)g Dore-lo- m .1-- let , , T .aff;irmdr4or"vr'? dozens and' dozeh,Vof farm Tbere are stories about invasions of hoboes and their art of ef- fecting stealthy clothing trades with' the guards of ' the eornfieldsin yhichjdase. the itriehds of the crows always come off second best and far more tw ' tattered.: scarecrow .l.-'-'-jSoriginal expert. His farm Isjt veritable .iJ.nB'rti.cpVpfl Jt tnftra the scavnngnrn of hf ulr make : 1""! . the front yard, from back of the chicken run. from 7 ' ..'V? despite the fact that he and his dog hate the ba ' ar dotted with them . - But the scarecrow Is absolutely and positively And" Mrlt Holland's scarecrows are' some scari to make bis final appearance soon it is gaid, and croM'S. - He has boy scarecrows, men scarecrows ' modern methods of saving theTcvops ' are - taking g;lri and Voinen scarecrbwesses, the "latter, being most bicturesque features of the away ne of the equipped with phonographic apparatus to make American farm, the U:jnumtir.ri,';.i-1-- them realistic. He , is now working on a dog scarecrow, which, when Complete,' will jnake the tjiS' MagnetiTNeedieT '.v. ' "brindle bull pups of the fiercestTnlen wind their1 !5S7TrrrrAxtioii"f ' to rest cornea ,The needle ; j magnetic pointlr.5 tails between their legs and. trace their steps north and south because tbe acta as It It .w;-...-thixher were" a, reat magnet A compass needle would Of local color in Mr. Holland's scarecrows there . come to rest pointing lengthwise of a tar magnet is no end. .Imagine one equipped with a neatly ;placedLundetcUi.xoi4paas'eedlef j'wt ay it- - d trondr-pocke- t fcaiia&crtTicrrciglr'stub, "in the" the Influence'of ihe earth. For this Iftce generally euppose,! to contain its pbysiogno- - 'we think of the earth as a snaRnfX-- " n. my, a bat set rakishJy' on the Mt site of Its head. unJ north star pfl -- withnut"-rfotitin- " : . . One atory" which has found so much credence is that told by a Kew: England farmer, who remem-- . bers the. times before the war. At that time he knew a farm hand in Maine who 'was by natural of work. His employer learned instinct this after the man had. been In his emplpy throe ' hours- ,- Seeing Jhat he was practically useless In general farm work, he set him to. watching a prize cornfleld.'hoplng t,hat43y this method he might ntil- lze the man's services and. Save bis cotDfor" the crows were hungry and there were lots of thera.j For two days this suited the- son of reat fine for tbOoul3tle""cTown" andTJo'gerthe- iiere sight ' of kJm'scarlng the crows for miles around. , .Tte sMrker. whose tjaine cannot, be' Hw' ' - 1,-- No-- L - "-A- If nrnrpit tin we'll . ; ?" " b the art t making scarecrows will always Iive agricultural expertsTdeclaref The realisUc acare-7?- t a tn,,h nt m la n nf ort ra. and there will often chase away tramps in the - Southern California and return vi4 San Frapcico dition'al cob and stop over moat anywhere. r jprecrow ttia iftAr ::; at that. ; . - ; . - . .r;-r--:- -r. i ' r-- r- T- "'.r. H;,liioid9' woravt trois?'- " Usually the agriculturist has use for every ment. They are ma"3e over for the children and the oldest son, as a rule, retreats Into the father's hile doing tie woi about the discards, at least farm. When, the, clothes hayo passed the period, of Usefulness, theyc are handed over ttrthe illent sentl-ne- l, where the elements play with them until there . Is little tpemlnd the farmerpLWs ex apparel.4 -,5IT knights of the side door Pullman don't happen tip-- -- y caw-caw- s:o Hollan4 and commented favorably upon the; farm; except for "those rubes in .the back yard who are nlrl-tlm- n how-yo- u . y, It-a- ny wthfarTatiii "tic tela are eood six months for return. SALT LAKE 110UTE man Jto tell you: -- because of the fact that - 1 r .Atnn nf tfi a 4fil elaTFfomi;irr?e at work JJbathklZcroa Jtnd- -other: enemies of the agricuF" turist would perchance i pluck .the "flower from his buttouhole, butr the expert argues that the more uncom- - mother crow, as well as the father crow, to teach ltaNrotme- that tliA Boarerrnw t tho fr!ont ; ia . MASWORML The small farmer is sorry to see bis brother worldly goods take a step forward by proclaiming the scarecrow extinet. The city man may no longer wonder at the art of putting the shani together and bis suggestions Means comfort all, the way when you travel east. Don't buy a ticket via a broken route lmUY ROAD ..loafsAlLaiJo 31fellJ3lLeHtfsifeleje4 ' S1 to sky nothing of a pair of tan Bhors and an occasional posey In the left lapel of a light gray overcoat, and you have a Holland scare-croift holiday attire. Critics might declar e fleld," ihe crows and the farfneFs wife are sorry. And they hare reasons, too. The romancer who mentally tore off yards and yards of poetry about the pathetic plight of the guardian of the chicken coop and rearop.Tnust wenTliis way about the plantation" of his xouhtfy-- couslbi "In constant fear of touching a live wire and he has no mdre such ''" Ol w art'gM iftelr-wdr- :"uf'i.'''''7Tl AU ' 7 wk 3:45 p.nu JTbe onlJine :taX)eden and Denver without change. Free reclining chair cars, through sleeping cars and elegant diners on all thrcragh'trauiarfe"5i.'- :r, S. K. Hooper L A. Benton,. F Fours, A. r -- Agent"' illI I! " WRdVO-5POK-N0BT- H ABBIVH PROVO -- iji i west and north,;; few T1 fVtf nt nr!f vtAfh wi nil ivuiw r vow an nuu uorvu Q far Rnlt. I ,1ta ntiH Herman 1 8 fnr all nnfnta Tract nrl nnrfh No. 4f .... . '4t rM; - - t. r 1 .