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H ? PAOKTWO. Tlllt lUSTKK.V TAU ADVOCATE, T1IDIWPAY. MAHCH 0, IWia.
I FARMERS OF UTAH
I MUST BE ON GUARD
H Idaho Legislature Passes Measure Prohibiting
H Shipment of Utah Alfalfa Products Into
H That State In the Future.
B Aro tho farmer of Utah going to
B nllow tho ImproMlon to spread that
H tho alfalfa weevil enn he onrrlcd
B from thin otnto Into othor sections
Bk of tho country through ll nlfalfa
1 product? Thin In tho question
B which In now confronting tho ngrl-
Li cultural IntoriwU of tho state, nnd
BBJ uromlnont producers nnd seedsmen
BV,! aro of Uio opinion Mint n united of
BT fort should ho itmdo to correct thin
BV growing feeling against Utnh nlfnlfn
BBl Homo tlmo neo tho -Into of Call
BB' fornU plncnd Utnh nlfnlfa seed nnd
BBW othor product of thnl plant under
BBBj tbo ban, claiming thnt thoy woro In
BB rooted with woovll. Slnco then n
BBB! similar restriction has gono into of
BBB' foct In Montana, and Init week tho
BBB) Idaho legislature posted n mcosuro
BBB, prohibiting tho shipment of Utah
BBB J alfalfa producU Into that ntato.
BBB' Tho action was taken whon Cnllfor
BBB) nU Authorities suggested that If
BBBj Idaho would take nuch action tho
BB) coast stato would lift lU prohibition
BV upon Idaho alfalfa product, which
BBBj It objected to almplr bocauso Utah
BBBJ products woro altowod to entor Ida
BB, The fallacy of this thoory on tho
BBi port of California authorities wan
BBl dtacuniKKl among farmora and seed
BH men of Utah during tho pait woek.
BBBj Tho alfalfa business In thli stato
BBBj Amount to half a million dollar
BH annually and Ut a growing buitnco
BH alt tho tlmo. Dooloni fool that auch
BH an unjutl quarantine, which would
HBH norlously orlpplo tho Industry here,
HH ehould not oxUt.
H Gn-mntnKVit Official' View.
B When Oeorgo 1, Hoove, United
HBV States doparlmont of agriculture
HBH entomologist Ft Salt Lake City, was
HBV naked his vlows In tho mnttor lie 1
HBV Quoted an saying "Thn Idoa U
HBH preposterous. Tho alfalfa weevil U
BH about ton time ai largo oa tho ol
BH fatfo, seed. A tho oed la alfted bo
BH foro It U put Into bag thoro I no
BH possibility that tho waavll could fall
BH through tho alova Into tho bag.
BH That U only' common sen-i knowl-
HBH odgo of anyono who know anything
BH about tho woovll.
BH "California, or any othor state,
BH would bo more justified In prohibit
BH lag tho entrance of tourUt or Pull-
BH man cur from Utah than to qu&ran-
BH Uno alfalfa products. An n matter
BB of fact, tho tourUt or I'utlmnn car
BH Is moro liable to spread tho alfalfa
BH weevil than tho nlfalfa product.
HBH Prof. K. CI. Tllu of tho Htnto agrl-
BH cultural cullego found nine weevil
BH In (hit vestthulo of n i'ullmnn ear
HBH bound for Idaho through Cache
HBH Vnlley lal summer
HBH Found In tlio lU'irle.
BB i'When I first onmo hero I was
BB Horvel breakfast In n rrataurantt
BH ono morning. In a dish of borrle
BB from California I found un nlfalfa
B weovll. Why not stop tho shipment
BBH' of berries, too? In fnol, why not
BHw atop tho Mhlpmout of any Utnh prod-
BH uct or even tho Irnnsportntlon of I
BH cant or people from thU stntoT It '
BH would bo Just as sonslble !
HBH "Thnro Is no dormant stngo dur-
BH Ing whleh the wootll might bo.
BB transferred In bags of seed Tho '
BBB egg uf tho weevil Is very frtiglle, '
BB being In reality a vury Htnall Jolly-
BBB like iiih. It would break going
BB through u mI eve, and even It It did
BBB not In some cases, It would Imnio-
BB dlntely Im crushed In tho snok
BBH "Aud siippoa a few did escape
BH crushing. If tho weevil hntched It
BH would dlo In tho bag, boouuso It
BBH would havo nothing to tmt. There
BBH lu no foundation for this itunrun
H Action Is ifujitot.
H Hugh W. Smith or u Bait Lnko
BB City seed company, discussing tho
BH action of the Idaho legislature, mid;
HBH "In tho first plnco, I don't bollevo
HBH that tho action was a Just ono I
HBH' don't helluva It was right for Idaho
BH to discriminate against Its uelghbor
BH in favor of California, Wo havo to
HBH depend on Idaho for u good share
HBH oi our hay.
H "Utah alfalfa seed can bo shipped
HBH Iut, Iobo Us Identity thoro and be
BH shlpjHid back Into thwo very state
BHf that aro Quarantining against it.
BBI And who pays for It; Tho fanner
BBt Ho paya a prico to Jobbers and a.
BH prlco for shipping, whrai ho might
BBt M well gat tho produot direct
BH "Out tho quostlon of transferring
f the weovll through these products
BBl. '"" 'hoon conoluslvoly provod a
BB alo thoory by many, Including the
BBH- united States department of agrl
BBf oulturo. It I bad to let this Im-
pretulon grow, and tt U time for
tho farmera to Uke action to ston
BBf It- Already our firm has hd hows
BBf "Prlng orders for seed oaneetod cm
BB account of this unjust quarantine.
BBBB Milk In tlio CiHouuut.
BfB Ji.11 h,1,bMn 1'roved that tho
BH woovll could be oarrlcd In tho alfalfa
BBK products, these statos would Uavo
BBH w -UBt a" tor a quarantine. Ilut It
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lm not, and tho wholo mntter Is
unjuot. I have been told that tho
majority of thnt board In Collfornln
which recommended a quaranllno of
Utnh alfalfa produets wore nlfalfa
grower. That would certainly sug
Bot that they wero doing It so a
to keep tho business at homo nnd
thereby keop tho price up.
"The armors of this state, who
depend on nlfalfa for a living, have
got to lako some nctlon, or this
qunrantlno fallacy I going to grow
until thoro won't bo any mnrkct for
Hmlth also quoted some of the
Instance of tho weovll being trans
ferred by box cars, l'ullman and
thn like. Ho said that Utah alfalfa
seed used to bo known as tho best
In tho country nnd that thoro wan
great demand for It. Uut, ho dc
clnrod, If tho Impression spreads
that It I infosted with tho weevil
nnd thnt this weovll can bo carried
In it, 11 will seriously rrlpplo tho
Industry In this state.
Othor who aro proficient In
knowledgo of alfalfa raising hold
tho nama opinion In tho mattur, and
many novcroly criticised tho action
of tho Idaho legislators In rushing
through a quarantlno before they
know It wan Just, thoroby orlppllng
the business of a stnto with which
It transact a largo volume of bust
Work IlotJi Way.
It wo suggested that a consider
nblo quantity of Idaho seed Is sold
to Utah doalor. It come Jioro
from thoro, but tho Utah dealers
could not ship tt back to Idaho
1U:HT H)It HKI.V IMHKAHl.U
Nearly ovory akin dtsoaso ylolds
quickly and pormnnoutly to Duck
Ion' Arnica Halve, nnd nothing Is
better for burns or brutao. Hoothcs
nnd heals. John Dcyo of Gladwin,
Mich., says, after suffering twoUo
years with skin ailment nnd spend
ing four hundred dollar In doctor'
bills, Hucklrm's Arnica Balvo cured
hfm. It will holp ou, 'Only twon-ty-ftvo
conts. Recommondcd by all
growers. Tho effect of this if that
Idaho virtually put aquarantlno
on a part of It own seed. On tho
othor hand, this seod from Idaho
might be shipped to a need firm In
Domer, or Chicago, direct from
Utnh, and could then bo nhlppd In
to Idaho, Montana, California or
any other state
Tho general consensus of opinion
Is thnt Utah has been unjustly
treated In the mntter and that It I
tlmo (ho farmer of tho state took
action to correct tho matter.
MEK FUGITIVE KIUED
tViuIrt' IUly Must Ho Itrtuninl
tit Wlirro INoijM Wiw Made.
Death, while playing tho role of
a bandit nnd burial in a nectudod
spot in Washington county near a
new road that I being built b) his
former fellow convicts, la tho termi
nation of tho notorious career of l-
K. Grant, who slnco ho was 21 ears
old ho spent forty-two years In po
nat servitude. As an escaped pris
oner tho aged convict became n
hunted fugitive. Hungry, and shiv
ering In his titttcrcd rags, he at
tempted a bold robbery last Tuosday
night and died after ho was mortal
ly wounded by it rovolvor shot fired
by Samuel Ilcalo, a ranchor In Kano
county, drnnt for many years has
boon known a a highwayman nnd
had Just entered tho stnto prison on
an eight year term.
Tho placo whore Grant lost hi
In his lost unlawful depredation
wn fourteen mites from a telephone
nnd It wo not until Into Inst Wed
nesday night that tho nows reached
Wardon Arthur Pratt of tho penl-tonllary.
UTAH QUAHj I.V GltKAT
DA.NGKH OP HTAltVATION
PHOVO, Fob. 28. From reports
by fanner and sportsnion thoro Is
groat dangor of death from starva
tion of quail in parts of tho stato
whoro tho lato snowstorm has bcon
Tho ground is covered so deep
with mow that tho birds cannot
find seed or weed or gmln, and
tholr only moan of suatcnanco is
a fow apple that may havo been
loft on tho trc-ce and tho seeds of
tho locust trees. Theso source of
food supply, howovor, aro not suffi
cient to keep tho birds alive, nnd
It I hoped thnt tho stato fish and
gama commlaston ha made, or will
at onco make, arrangement for
feeding tho qunll, which can easily
bo done by scattering mill refuse or
othor seed or grain at tho roosting
ptacon or colonic of tho .birds, lu
tho clump f tree alone vTra-.ni.
Smoko Klks' Prldo cigar, J. W.
McQanti, maker. AdvU
UN ftTTRftCTIVE ROUGH CAST GflTTAGE.
Design Uy Olon I Haxton, Architect, Minneapolis, Minn.
IT.IIHI'IX TIM) VIKW lltOM A PIIOTOGItAPII
li i tij t-i'-r-Pl, TSMjC'NY j
R 7'CXia-tf jy"KlTCHEtH 3 cuo fe 3 LJj-
y & 1 10-tfXH-ft llptawrvK
y PtJ i la-txia-ct I i io-cocich
I UVINCi KM " i I I
I l-y-ffXir-Cf "DINIMGKM I I '
II . CHAMBCK 1ICU
U n I t'Q,0'O' l
Li " - J ii iliJ ' ' 1 "
7 f U L 1
riHKT 1'I.OOIt PIN 8KC0M) KI.OOU PLAN.
This design has a large ploaz across eat Ira ft n,i o i.i. u
sUby thirty feet. Cost to -1 JnSfJE
i; ; When Is a
i i; Trust a Trust? !;
Tho Pacific Board of Klro Undorwrltore assures tho public It Is not j
t t u trust. Lot us soo. It eliminates competition to tho oxtont It Is able,
(J (J it arbitrarily tlxes tho prices of tho commodity It furnishes, It dotor- Ji
S mince tho circumstances under which risks shall bo taken. It fixes tho ,'
commissions of agents for all 1U constituent companies, and It restrains
,' ( trndo by refusing to accept business from a nontrust agont. ,
(J For itwtancc, If nn ngent for a nonboard company accepts a risk for ',
' S $100,000 and can absorb only Uireo-fourths of It through tho companies 4i
ho reprcsonts, tho trust will not tako tho other J25.000. And still
, tho ngont of tho trust and thoso who, for somo roason or othor, aro un
i! dor his influenco nnd presumably profit by trust operations, Insist that
' it Is not a trust. -Editorial, Bait hako HoraIdncpubllcan. (i
: ! WE'RE NOT IN THE ji
j FIRE INSURANCE TRUST
!; !; Refusing to be dictated to and controlled by the (ire insurance ;
!; trust, above referred to by the Hcrald-Rcpubiican, we about the !;
',' middle of last month made new connections in the East, whereby ;
;' we are independent of the Utah combine. WE HAVE THE
l jl AUTHORITY TO MAKE AND MAINTAIN OUR OWN RATES j!
;J THROUGHOUT EASTERN UTAH. j!
The fire insurance companies represented in this agency are as ;!
! i good as the best. The insurance buying public is invited to ;'
!; write, telephone or see us in person as to rates. We're saving ;'
' !; many individuals, business firms and others money. ;'
! ;' Remember, we make and maintain our own rates within the '',
territory represented by us. A list of companies and their finan
!; dal standing Is at your disposal. WE'RE HERE TO SAVE YOU
j; jl DOLURS. J;
R. W. CROCKETT & CO., Inc.
!; ; Same Old Place, Advocate Building, ;!
J !; piuci:, Utah J
J It. W. CltOCIUrrr, President.
. lu I-I'DHBIKIK, HccrcUry.
IIK.ST KNOWN COUGH ItK.MIMlV.
For forty-Uireo years Dr. King'
New Discovery hu bcon known
throughout tho world a tho most
rtdlablo cough remedy. Over three
million bottle woro used last year
Isn't this proof? It will got rid of
your cough, or wo will refund your
money J. J. Owens of Allendale,
8. C , write tho way hundreds of
others havo dono: "After twonly
yearn, I find that Dr. KIng'H Now
nWcovory Is tho unit remedy for
cough nnd colds that I lmvo over
used " For cough or colds nnd
all throat and lung troubles, It luw
no oqual. Fifty cent and J1.00 at
nil dealers. Advt.
PHOIIATl. AND UUAHDIANKIIIP
I Nolle. Consult County Clork
or tho Rospoctlvo Hlgnurs For
notiuj: to uiti:i)rroiw kstati:
of llyron Spry, Decease!. Credltore
will pwumt tholr claims with vouch
ors to tho undersigned ut tlio office
of W. H. Frye, attorney, nt Price,
Carbon, county, Utah, on or before
thu 10th day of January, A. 1).
1014. CHAItliBV 8PUY, Admlnle
trator of the Ustnto of Byron Spry,
Flrwt pub. Mch. C; last Apr. 313.
notici: ii)it puiii.iu.vri.v. .
(Publisher.) Department of tho in
terior, U. H. Land Offlco at Suit
l.ako City, Utnh, February 25, 1313.
Notice la heroby given that Purmltt
8. Kwell of Wellington, Utah, who,
ou August 28, 1907, Jimdo Home
stead Kntry (Serial 02CC8) No.
16950, for 8KU. Soc. 10, Twp. 15 i
South, Ilango U Kaat, Salt hake j
morldlan, has filed notice of inton
tlon to mako final flvc-yoar proof,
to ostablUih claim to tho laud above j
described, boforo tho clerk of thoi
district court, at Price, Utnh, on tho
20tU day of April, 1913. Claimant
names ns wltnosewj William P. Mil
ler of Spring Glon, Utnh; Harvoy
A. i'lnegnr of Wellington, Utah;
Itobwt W. Snyder of Wellington,
Utah, and FranU Tldwell of AV1
Ungton, Utah. I. D. It. THOMP
First pub. Mch. C; lost Apr. 10-13. 1
NOTIOK FOK PUI1U(1TI0N
(Publisher.) Dopartrapot of thq In
terior, U. S. Land Offico at Salt
Lake City, Utah, February 26, 1013.
Notlco Is horeby glvon that Joseph
UTAH FUEL COMPAN
MINKItH AND HIlIPPKItH OF
CARBON COUNTY COA1
MANUFACTURERS OR CO
UAItllON COUNTV CUAI.S Alll TIIK 1IUST
In Ui market for llon.es and Mules for .Mlius, Hay and C
.-Mine 1 itips, lie nnd Hprngs nnd tnrioiis other local pr.
ho.mi: INDUHTIUIW patiiom.i:d.
Oenerol Offices 8evonth Floor Judge llulldlng, Salt U.
Mines nt Clear Croek, Wlntor Qunrtors, Castle Oato rt
8unnyslde, Carbon County, Utnh.
J RETAIL LIQUOIl MWICHANTH.
J I Bunnyslde, Castle ate, Wlntor Quarters and Clear CrM.'
J J NOTHINO UUT THU IUCST IN STOCK.
Fine Wines, Brandies, Uoora nnd Cordials for the Fatnll;'
i Pool and llllard Tables.
A. Austin of Prlco, Utah, who, on
February 14, 1912, mado Desert
Land IJntry No. 09383, for 811 i,
80c. 0, NUNBU, Sec. 7, NWU
!NWU,8ec. 8, Twp. 10 South, llnngo
ill Bast, Salt Lako morldlan, has
fllod notlco. of Intontlon to mako
1 final doeerfland proof, to establish
claim to tho land ubovo described,
boforo tho reglstor nnd rocolvcr,
United Btatea land offlco, at Bait
Lake City, Utah, on tho 3d day of
May, 1913. Claimant iiainoa as
wltnoesea T. Ooorge Wood of Salt
Lako City, Utah; J. ailbert Austin
of Prlco, Utah; aeorge Austin of
Salt Lako City, Utah, nnd Goorgo
A. Smith of Salt Lako CUy, Utah.
E. JJ. It. THOMPSON, Kogtator.
First pub. Mch. 0; lost Apr. 10-13.
NOTIOB VOn 1'UHLIOATION
Coal Entry. (Soca. 2348-62, Jl. B.)
Land Offico at Bait LakeP
February c, 1913. NotW
hy glvon that Charles JL '
Ogdon, county of WeW,
Utali, -who, oa tho lllh dT '
1012, fllod la thlfl office '
clarntory ntatoment f '
NBU and NAVUSUU '.
Twp. 13 South, Ilango - J
Lako morldlan, Jina thU
In this offlco appllcatloa W
said land under tlio V&".
Boctiona 2348 to 2352, 0."
od ' Btatutoe. Sorial 0)1'
nnd ull porsons olalralcf'
tho lands doacrlbod, or
iobjoct for any roason t
thoroof hy applicant sbouW
affidavlte of protoet H-
Uurlng tho thirty-day P1"01
llcatloa Immediately tw
first prlntod lasuo of
B. D. n. THOMPSON, IW
Flret pub. Feb. IS; lwtV