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H ""'' iiiiiii.iiiM iu.Lii.il 11111111. im.iai
H - The B-ohl patj-njcr
K $l.GO A YEAR
B Entered ftt the -.m-doMce, I.clil,
B Utah, AM ML-COml-ulRHH matter.
H JAS. M. KUtKHAM, Manager.
Spray Your Trees.
K The pornisk'nt itttilucU of tire
H ' iupccloi is pioduchiR deMtable
H rcsulls in this locality. People
K nre either spriiyhij: thrii lice in
H nmmlnnce with insliudtions or
B culling Ilium out to givo plnec
H for new and hotter varieties.
H . The cll'eot of this will bo a great
K iiiinrovcineul in the quulity of
H. tho fruit raiied, which by finding
B a leady market will encourage
B the fruit industry and make it
what it ought to be, a ton roe of
B coiiHiderable revenue.
B There has been, and is now,
Qvj no natural luahou why Utah
H ahould not rank with Californin
B Us a fruit producing hlate, at
B V least in the hnidy varieties In
BB thivor Utah's peaches and applos
B aie untsurpasu'd, amjare bought
B, in eastern niaikets by those 'who
B know of thqir qualities.
V -In?one or two piiits of the state
B people have lately awakened to
B' tlfcir possibilities in this lino and
H - A ate rapidly getting wealthy in
H the culture, and sale of fruits.
BM Urigham City is tho best example
B of these sections, though nearer
Bfl home very protitable orchards
H may Iw found in Pleasant Grove
H and on Provo Bench.
H ' ' There are hundreds of acres of
H ' land surrounding Lelii well
H adapted-to horticultural jmisuits,
B w vl!ieli would yield five or six
BB r t hnk'8 the value of tho prcsont
BB Lf crops if planted- into orchards,
H ' prbporly selected and cared for.
fl Men who own such property
H would not only enrich themselvc.
Bv by. planting and caring for tho
Hj ,- necessary trees but the city as
B Thievery in San
VMS l ' The flagrant and wholesale
BMC graft of San Fiancihco'b mayor,
BTa Iwssaud Hoard of Suporvis-ois is
H being heralded broadcast by the
BH press of the country. During the
BBI l'HMv years tho people of
Hj A'moricji have grown bomewhnt
BIB nccosunTiui! to corruption in niu-
BMB nicipal goveriinienl.s for a con-
B utaiil stream of dishonest oilicials
BH ami corrupt politicians lmve beou
H passing before the public. Yet
BH iti'Clyp latest instance, which so
BBH fofyih' galls attention to the
H8 woijdfii&s of our city governments,
BMK virumutancus aie ogpuuinlly ag-
BVS gralftig, . growing as they do
BB .BMi'S? .' M ' ''' . m
to the people of that gloat city.
It would be dillicult to find 11
greater loguc than one who
would use his public olliie to de
fraud hN own city when stiugg
ling to rise funn the dejilhs of de
spair. In Sail Francisco Abra
ham Kuuf is the central ligtirp
but he has been ably afesintcd in
his Moik of corittption by a well
organiod following. So exten
sive has the city been enveloped
in giaft that a one paper put
it: "There lias been a complete
community of intcrc.te between
ballots, procurer?, corporation
magnates', 'best citizens,' labor
union politician, and pugilists."
So numeious are ihe cases of
fraud in city government in
America that it is no wonder
that I'jiirpQoii writers pronounce
our municipal organizations the
great failuie oft he country.
The evidence of failure ihabiiiij
diuil and yet it is dillicult to
change tho plan so completely
are tho politicians in conliol.
Theie aic sins of omission as
well as sins ol commission. Not
only the man who does a wiong
comes under condemnation but
the man, also, who fails (o do
good. It was tho servant whd
had failed to use the talent who
received the rebuke ol the master
oven though no loss was reported.
The fact that nothing had Imjcii
done was sullicient even for pun
ishment, to the extent of taking
away the powers intrusted to the
servant for some purpose. Who
is making the best use of his
time or talents for good' Not
the idler for good is active. Not
the man who fails to do anything
good for fear of making a mis
take for in that there is no giowth.
Is it not lather ho who thinks
carefully, and with a sincoro re
gard for the rights of his fellow
man does something for himself,
his neighbor, his town or his
United States Urn) UIIIlt,
Salt Lnke City, Ululi,
JHrnnuy 7, 1107.
To Whom It May Concern :
Notice Mieieby given that Hit; State
ot Utah hivt Hied In thin oftlce a lUtot
land hvleuteil ly the said stale, bs In
demnity School Ianda, under aectlmi
8 of the Act of Congtes, Hppioved July
W, 1891. The following tiactH, em
braced in naid list, are found to be
within hI.x in I Ich of n mining location,
claim or entry, vl,:
SW'l Seo. LM, T. 5 S., It. V K. I,
M , ri-tale No btj7J
A copy of said IWt, so far as It it
liilen (o tiuld tracts, by descriptive ub
dlvlsloiiH, hnK been u'oiiHplciiouslj
ported In this ofllce for liiHpcutlou by
mi) poison interchted, and by the pub
Within the next sixty dajs follow lug
tho dato ot the Hist piibllualloti
ot IhU notice, under depart
mental Inttiuullonxof Jnutiary 10, UKXi
piotosta or contests ni;aluil tht) claim of
the State to any of the tructs or sub
divUloiiit lieielnlicfoiu described, on tho
crouud that the sumo U iiuTiu valiiab'e
for niliicial than for au'ilcultural pin
Hwe, will bo iceeived and noted for
"rcx)rt to the tieneial l-and Ofllce at
U'lisliltigton, I), t:. I'nllurc no to piu
test or cmilosl, within the Hum sped
lied, will bo considered HtiDlciuut evi
dence of the noii'inlneinl ehnracter of
tho tiauts, and tho selection Iheieof,
liliiUtliwwIefnH from olijeotion.wlll
lie recommended for approval.
WAMC 1) iioniw,
l'ilt ptlbllcatlvu Jail, l.'t, 101)7,
Thousands Have Kidney '
Trouble and Never Suspect il
How To Find Out.
Till n bottle or common g1aM with yont
TAterand let It stand twenty-four hours
ts X2fT uiiliealthy con
ypfYf dition of the kid
W t i ueys; Ifitstsim
Jrl jour llt.cit it !
JfU evidence of kid
CVtt llcy trouble J tor
rt frequent dosire
-oJs to pass it or pain
in the back il
also convincing proof that the kidueyi
and bladder are out of order.
What To Do.
There N comfort iu the knowledge, e
often expressed, that Dr. Kilnter't
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remody,
fulfills every wish iu curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, blatTftcr
and every part of the urinary pastiyjc.
It corrects inability to hold vater
and calding nam in passing it, or m
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get tip many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary eflect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If j oil need a medicine
you should have the Uest. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle and a
book that tells all fgffi.
about it, both sent free fiSy3cgX!Hlfe
by mail. Address Dr. ISEPffi$
Kilmer & Co . Iling-8!!:
liamtOU, X. Y When Hem et Swamp-Root
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Diugliauiton, X. Y.
I'nltcd KtutoA Lund Olllce,
Knit IjiUo City, Utah,
Jnmutry 28, M07.
To whom It limy concern:
Notice is huruby given tlmt the HtJite
of Utah luw rilud iu this olllue a llutof
lauds Heleotud by the wild Htnle, il4
Indeinnlty School IjiiiiIs, under seotloii
Oof the Aolof CongU'H.npprovel July
It), 18'Jl. Tho following trnoN, oin
braced In said list, arc found to be
within six miles of n mining locution,
claim or entry, xv.i,
SKMWi4 See. Si, and Ks NV4
Seu. L7. T. 1 H , Jt. 1 V Ss L. M
CStnle Xo. 875 ;
A eopv ot said list, so fur iim It iclntc
to said tract, by descriptive siilsll
vision", has been oonspluiiosly postwl
In this olllce for Inspection by nn.v
person interested, and by tho puhlli
Within the next sixty dnys follow
lug the date of the first publicatKHi of
tills notice, under departuiHUtal In
structions of January IU, 1WH), protests
oi contests against tho ulnlui of the
Slate to any of the tracts or subdi
visions hereinbefore described, cm tht
ground that tho same U more valuable
for mineral than for agricultural pur
poses, will be rcoelved and noted for
report to tho Geneial bind Olllce at
Washington, D C. Failure so to pro
tost or contest, within the tlmo speci
fied, will be considered sultioh lit evi
dence of the uini-mlnernl character of
tho tracts, mid tho selection thereof
being othcrwlso freo from objection,
w ill bo recommended for approval.
fhaxk D. nouns,
First publication Feb. 1 1, 1907.
It is a serious mistake
to neglect u weak heart. It
is such a short stop to
chronic heart disease.
"When you notice irregu
larity of action, occasion
ing short breath, palpita
tion, fluttering, pain in
chest or difficulty in lying
on left side, your heart
needs help a strengthen
ing tonic. There is no bet
ter remedy than Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure. Its strength
ening influenco is felt al
most at once.
"I liav uicd 10 bottlrn of Dr. Mllrs'
Heart Cure and can truthfully my It
tia done mn more good than unytlilnpr
I have rver ud. and I ve trli
narly everything that I know of. The
doctor ho attended me in-kul nid
what I ns taking and I told him
Dr Miles Heart Cure, he mild It wh
not going to do me any good, hm t
did 1 have not taken any for a er
now and hlle there la oooHHlnnally n
slight symptom of the old tiouhle' It
Is not enough for me In continue the
use of the medicine If ehould get
ors I would know what to do Tako
I)r Mllea' Heart Cure na I HU before.
I consider myeelf practically cured of
my heart trouble
B II. DI'KNAM. Livingston. Texas.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
your druqglit, who will (guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If It falls
he wlli refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
8 acres of Grass Land
in the Old Field.
5xll rods, city lot,
10x10 rods, city lot, a
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Enquire at this
Cushions meant for drawing-room
use. are ( made ot hnnllEomu dull flu
lnhod silk, vchct or satin, arid covered
with a network of gold bfiU put on '
In diamonds. In each dlanlLnd ttiorc
Ib a basket filled with flovu, n lion
quel, a bunch of fruit or n'Jipler dec
oration done in ribbon wort. The do
signs are sometimes put o nltcrnate
ly, a stiff bouquet of vari-O'lnred flow
ers alternating wlth a b inlet filled
with similar blossoms. Ti bouquets
arc- usually tied with a goltj nurd which
extends to ona of the d'amond cor
ners. The cushions are fi'iUhed with
a ribbon work or small ball f.'lnge and
sometimes also with a rCflU of gold
Brick Tea Used as .Vttney.
Hrlck tea oven serves a jnoney. It
is still In circulation as iedlttm of
sxclunge In tho far-Inlaisl Chinese
towns and central Asian tcarta and
bazars. Between the Motifcllan town
Df Urgas and, the SlbeWno, town of
Klakta there Is usually L much at'
300,000 taela ($350,000) of t'als money
n circulation. At the latter place II
ones to be used as currJiivy and en
'ers into the regular brlclr-tca trad
M Siberia and Russia. As brick tei
It is largely used In the Russian army,
by turn eying engineers, toudsts and
Bear and Man Bf.Vi Seired,
' A bear Invaded the rillac" of Mi'ln
vllle, in Columbia county, renniyl
vanla. It came up an alley leafing
from a creek to the main stieet tnd
was seen by Martin Gruver. He si out
cd and ran, and the bear, eq'iallj
frightened, dashed past Mis. Anne
Gruver, who was coming from he
lome, ran through her yard and ovei
the property of Boyd Yetter, aud theu
across a field and lrito the wood.
hunting party with lanterns and gum
savo chase, but bruin had too gfeat
The Clever Street Arafei
Competition is saarpenlnR tht wltt
of the street arab. The othr uyenln;
a lad of 15 or 16 stopped a pauior-b
with the not unfamiliar quaitton
"Have you a match, please?" The
pa3sor-by was hurrflng for a train, and
30 replied iu the negative, though he
jairled a b Cul. "Then buy Home!''
said the boy, with a triumphant grin
holding out a handful of penny boxes
Tho ruse succeeded, as no ddiibt it
had done before, and he wcl away
with twinkling eyes. M.iacnestor
Milton In BoyViood and Youth.
A pottialt of tflo ten-year-oll Mil
ton, by Cornollus Jansen, the Dutch
ntlat, show3 ilim to be it typical
Saxon boy, with fl sweet facn, p. fall
complexion, blue eyes, and short
cropped auburn hair. Later his au
burn hair has become a light brown
woin In flowing locks parted at the
foretop; his blue fiyes have turned a
dark gray, lighting up an oval counte
Government Buys Tramways.
The government of South Australia
has purchased th tramwaja of the
city of Adelaide. Tim lines aru to bo
Immediately electrified and mmnsed
by a trust comprising' represdutntives
of the government and all the niutro
polltan and lecal governing bmllcs,
says tho Times, of London. A loiu of
11,100,000 to cover thn purchase Money
is to be raised forthwith locally.
A pupil near Sabetha hai keen
naughty all day. and the teacher Sent
him a note ordering him to stay ftor
The boy wrote an nnswer on hla
slate, saying: "Dere techer: Exuopt
the oner with pleasure. Alwuys lieop
ml engagements with the ladies. Will
bo at the trlstlng place at four p. m,
Postal Cards Aid Science.
The postal cards that have b&en
distributed by tho German meteoro
logical bureaus since last June hae
pt overt successfal aids to sclonce. On
those cards Information of Interest Is
sent from all points of Germany to tho
motorologlcal bureaus of Alx-la-Cha-pelle,
Berlin, Hamburg, Koonlgsborg,
Magdoburg, etc. The cards are exempt
Tweezers and Magnifying Class.
Tweezeis aro so frequently used for
tenioUng 'infinitesimal particles from
the skin that it has occurred to somo
genius to mako a combination ol
tweezer and magnifying slabs This
Is a small folding affair taking up lit
tlo room In the pocket, and in use the
glass is held suspended directly over
the point of the tweezeis.
"What huvo you to be thankful for?"
aBkod tho dlucouragod person,
"I don't know yot," answurcd tho
optimist "Aud whon I find out I'm
going to keop It u necret for fear
somebody llko you will try to argue
mo out of It." Washington Star.
"801110 day wo Hliall bo wconvorajng
with the Inhabitants of MniH."
"I hopo not," nnaworod tho woary
business man "The telophm.o tolls
for L-ouvoiblnK within tho natron llm
Its of this caith are big enough to
mako ono shudder nt tho thought."
Peculiar Holiday Number.
As a sort of holiday number the
London Piactltloner annotmcod ro
contly that It was about to Issuo a
pedal number duallng entirely with
1 f i
For One Year I
To all who pay 1
in advance. I
-HTI3rkaf ll3ii. ,
Call and see
samples, . I