THE BEE HIVE STATE J The county farm bureau executive committee lias just finished u survey of the crop situation in Sanpete county coun-ty anil makes the following report on acreage and crop percentages; lrri- . gated grains. "O.OtKl acres, tWi per cent ; unirrigated grains, l.j.OOil acres, 4.'! per cent ; alfalfa, 'J:',,0O( acres. :(7 per cent ; wild hay. ld.sXM) aeivs. oO per cent ; sugar beds, frJiH) acres. 77 per cent ; potatoes, TOO acres, 5(1 per rent ; peas, 500 acres, 50 per cent. Keiurned service men who have let their war risk insurance lapse are now pel-milled lo renew it without paying the premium for the intervening interven-ing months, is the text of an announcement an-nouncement from tiit? treasury department de-partment received by the Salt Lake navy recruiting office. These terms are to apply within eighteen monilij after discharge. The Spanish Fork Canning Com puny began operations last week o" the season's stringless beans. A I'orcu of ubout seventy-five women, girl;, " and men is employed at the canning plant, while about the same force is employed in the fields. An excellent yield is expected. The tax levy in Kinghani will be 21 mills. Outside the incorporated limits tin? amount has been fixed at 13 mills. The income from licenses and fines and forfeitures lias been much reduced and expenses must he mtt by taxation. The income from, the 8 mills for town purposes will amount to about $20,000. The United Stales Kailroad Administration Admin-istration will be asked by Ihe Stale l'ublic Utilities Commission to build a station at Sigurd on the Denver .V. Hio Crande, I'resident Joshua llreen-wood llreen-wood of the commission has an-uounced. an-uounced. Every person in Morgan county between be-tween 10 and 17 years of age can-read can-read and write. There Is no blind person and but one who is deaf between be-tween the ages of 5 and 30, according accord-ing to reports to the state superintendent superin-tendent of public instruction. The Price Kiver irrigation plant, f which, was bought by the state under foreclosure of mortgage for X'.Jo.OOO. has been sold, according to U. K. Davis, Da-vis, president of the state land board, to the Carbon Power, Land & Waler CXunpany. Morgan county is the first to file-its file-its 1010 school census with the state, board of .education. The census' figures fig-ures were received this week, showing show-ing that in the county s.Miools there were 834 pupils, of which 4;"t were boys and 395 girls. Leonard It. McBridge, .1 deserter ' from the United States army, gave himself up at the recruiting office in Salt Lake last week and was taken to Fort Douglas, where he was turned over to the army authorities. In order to rid the city of the undesirable un-desirable element of vagrants and. "loafers," the public safety department depart-ment of Ogden has announced that city prisoners will be placed at work in the city cemetery. Articles of incorporation for the Allendale Al-lendale Land company of Logan, Utah, were filed with the secretary of slate. Former Congressman Joseph Howell is named as president of the corporation, corpora-tion, Hersehel Bullen as vice president. William M. Howell as secretary and H. E. Hatch as treasurer. The company com-pany is incorporated with a capital stock of $00,000 and proposes to engage en-gage in a general land business. The Bingham school will begin work September 2. The foreigners between the ages of 10 and 45 will be compelled to do a certain amount of work. It is likely that this .extra work will be lone by the regular teachers. As there 'ire 1200 persons here between the age mentioned, the work is sire to be heavy. Fire, believed to he of iavendiary origin, or-igin, destroyed part of the building and damaged stock in a warehouse !)f the Ogden Furniture and Carpet company. West Twenty-first, street and Iteeve avenue. The loss was estimated estimat-ed at S5000. Jorgen C. Xielsen of Provo received notice from Senator Iteed Smool that the federal pensions bureau had grant-ad grant-ad him an allowance of ?20 a month, to date from March 4, 1017, as en-sion en-sion for services in tile Utah P.lack Hawk Indian war.. The first swing at "unjust, unreas-riable unreas-riable and discriminatory oil freight . rales" in Utah, was taken in Salt Ijiki last week in the preparation of a d-lailed d-lailed complaint to he filed with the Interstate commerce commission. Fire of unkifown origin destroy"-' a grain field belonging to Dr. F V. Smedley of Farmington. last -k. The volunteer fire department responded respon-ded to the alarm, hut was able only to prevent tin' fire froan re'o hing ad-lacent ad-lacent fields. A group of Salt Lake capitalists have purchased 1120 acers of coal land ii , Carbon county anil promise to reduce 'he price cf coal to $1 a Ion in Salt i.ake. The company is operating tinier tin-ier the name of the Mutual Coal coin-' coin-' oany., David II. Miner has filed an application applica-tion witli the stale public utilities ' commission for a permit to operate u t stage line between Moroni and Pay-son, Pay-son, to connect with the intenirban line it the latter point. Lewis Hoy. arrested by the police of Ogden on Ihe charge of smoking opium iind keeping a house where opium wa smoked, was sentenced to serve loo lays in jail by City Judge Sam Powell. Deputy Came Warden Jonas Collin nf Provo, slates that prairie chickens und sage hens are unusually pletiful. The season opens August 15.