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I o ruv ivrnn-louTAi Faiwikr and ruyciiMAX, Tuesday MonxryG, YnrniUAiiY 25, inoa. '
h S'bte llni, pcn no "pen t I " , t r tu- thousand mil " '' l ion f wealth nnd fiim1 l in. I up j li rire m My prize winners had locn ' i hull' but u few 'lays when they lie B in in inir and noon developed a hail cae of up ly whole flock Hhout a s liuncii was Infected I noon found ' oth r sjiehltnrs were In tin some boat m u I ic i' "..irk thiol mined lo save H h tin rlu kens nr illo In the attempt i 5 Th chli k n houa.' had it bnnrd floor, H ! o I vli I mine stones iloeo together 1 i i it t ft skillet on them iimile a fire H I in It nl lm bel o( icails vms H f fill oured on it iiuart of pine tar 1 i un I "i rikl'M a teaspoon of sulphur j ; nnthit riim I closed thothlikcn- H linn nl let them 'smudge" I mini H c n hi. ken ami (hoy never hail a H ! Km h of It nirnlti Hut their beautiful H t. frnth is voir smoked ulmnsl black nf l course I wna veiy inreriil with them for B sovcrul weeks keeplim them closely B housed till all rlmiKur was pussed, unci !m glvlntr warm food If you want hens to lay, juu mint food wllh a view to prndurlnir onus . Warm soft fond In the morning unit H ' pmn at nljeht w lth table m rn pa Inoken fresh bon 01 burned Wtm and raw H rut-it , t ips Some ilalin t tu meat n m K s hi 1.1 saveine Noilouht a savage ' hen la .it object from whlih a hrnve H ti li li nil Hi e, colllHillnic hlmaelf with H the li Inn in a philosophy, Us "I lint C li w nil i I,, better to be a inwuid fur 1 II e imniiti i tluiti tn h" il-mi nil th. tent H of hii llf mil' ' Hut In "Pile of this H h sure t feci raw meat. If you do not 1 wit. s ,i hone mill line K fl.it iue.K and H lie ivy hammer. B Ni r u-' a i nt kerel but one season nnd b' m sine that he la not relateil Jj o any nf the hone If ou crona thi Ji biccd, use the heavy hens, and light Jl wdflit tntkctcl If J oil have r (link JI of Just omition hens ' lake gicnd J) care of Hum never Inbreetl, and tho Jl rrsnlt will sin prise ynu JU l-rotn the lime ulie appeara on the JBI f.rene n little helpleaa lull I of II HIT. tn I the time when either roaated or frlmi- JW feed aha tnnkea u mnrael fit for the JH pnlnte of n klnx or nny other mull, JHI I Mio In 'a IhlnK of henuty mill n In) JW I forcer" A, Hj j. Agrlculturnl Comment. IHj The piotlta of iiKrkullilro for many H enra were at a loiv chli In every pni- H tl n of the Klobe Not nlone on th do- K plcted nnd imky fnima of New I!hk- IPJU ' lnnd hut In the fertile prairie illnlileta JH 4 of the Middle West nnd thioiiKhniit JH j the Initiated seainns nf the United JH 1 Hlulen In India, the drlentnl loiintrlea JH jj Atistrnil'i Hiiulh Ameiliii nnd III i:u- JH p rope llmlf the hard times Ion prliea Jl r nnd deptn-si'iu weie fr It nlniost eiiial JH J I) I ultlMited mid Impi.ni.l Mruia JH hut belonging to the class of worn-out JH linds, sold under mnrtKiiRes In New JH ! l.nitlaud na low as 7 to $15 per aire, JH from S.O tn .'.'. per in re In Ohio nnd f) i, Indiana from $15 tn )2r in other poi- JH .5 tlons of the Koutli ami West, Iniliidlnir JH M in mntiy Intntu es hulMinK mid lm- JH I proements greater In their origin U JH t rest thiiii the entire farm bronchi 1111- JH ' der for ed sale In KiiRltind where In- JH iT tenti sstems of hlKh itittuie ohtiiln JH 111 lands were nllimtd tn run ilnnn and i"" "lil were otTered for sale at l" tn ID per . ; litre within llft uillia of London, slm- pl beraiisc' It did not pa) tn fertllixe ,. and inltHate the ordlnnr) fiirni tiops The whole cntnnieri lal lliiiinilal and Ifi nKrkiiltiir.il world was In n stnto of jl MiiKiintloii nnd dlalress This state of U ' nffalrs hnier, may not inetir iikiiIii JH .! for mm) )eaii to tome ami the 11- JH 11 tuic Is now bright for the tntelllKetit Hj nnd proftrenftlc farmer tnckKrowe, HI li. fruit rnlser ioiiltr)nian nnd Knidener HJ T, There Is a greater demand I oth nt home HI It nnd nhrond for the piodu.ta of the soil HI tin than for many )eara punt HI U Irrlgnted firms me alnn) a more eer- HHI ,f tnln nf a nop, and In the mountain HI U Ftnles piUes uu usually higher nnd HI 'it more unlrorm th in In t!i. prairie mid HI ' rjstern mutes Lands loiiiuinnd from HI m two tn tlirvo tlmin greater price wlun HI I-, tinder n inuiplete s)stuu of wnter sup- HI ,' I ly tliin In mnny nther seitloiis wheio HI Irrlrjntlnn Is unknown, an 1 depeudetuo Js plicod entirely upon the uiltifall JB ' The renders of the Inter-Mnuiitnln JE r.umer und Itniiclnuun me to be on- Hj gratulnteil upon the posltie cvldeiiio JH of gool prices, nnd 11 luger detiuin 1 JH for their grain, ha), potntnes, butter, H 1 heese meats, fruits, i git titles, eggs, H I 1 roultry, wool, horses, inttle sheeii nud HJ I 1 food supplies nvlng to the gienter ni- JH I . 1tlt.;jl mining, rnllrond luilldlng nnd JH 1 Immigration tn the I'ldlU hIoih' JH Another phnse of Importnnle to the I producer of the urld rtgion is the new JH market giiiwlng up on tli West toast JH Mlth Austrilla, Japin (. hlna, blberla. B the Philippines nuil nther totintrlea of HJH tho Orient Hour, meals, dairy products HH t-otton fabric s nnd mist 1 II menus Amer- HHI Jean urtliies, mathlner) nml inerihan- HJH (Use, ahcinlnir nil In. reimlng export .Ic- HH suand Another loial fenture for tiie HJH next two jeiua In Hie toimttv dlredly HjH . trlbutnrs to Halt Uike will be the cx- HJB pendltuie of JJOWXiOKi to tlOOOOtiOO In HJI labor, materials mid suppllea needed In HJH the construction of two inllroiil lines Hl from this tit) to (.'ulirnrnlu, nnd the HJH nlniost complete lebulldlug of the HHH rioutlicrn 1'itc ItU iicios the clreat rkilt HJH like and thiough NhmiiIii Tin so HJH great enterprises alone will employ sew HHH era) thousand men nnd teams, nnd HJH ' these will louminio nlniost nil the sill- HJH plus locnl products of the farmers lit HHH nil the legion siiiiiiundliig 11 e lines 1111- HHH I dei construction. HJHJ , Many new rnnchea nnd farina will bu HJHJ I taken up nnd unproved mid the out- HJHjl look sremi enioui aging foi un increase 1 HHH clemind, na well us foi belli 1 trans- Han ' jortntlon fucilltics. H One of the II ml nud most Important HJH things for tho fiitmtr to do la tn get HJHJ Ills spring wenk well lu hum! Tills HjH means that the stables and stink pens HJHJ should lie ileantd mid tho maiuiie HJHJ hauled upon tho ItehU and guldens. HJHB Iheti ul! the mini Is mil Irilguting HJHE clltclies sliould be cxumlneil. the weak HJHB llac es rtpulicd and the wnter gales und HJHB lateials put In good order lUiitdliifiH HJHH nnd fences alwna need 11 little 11 paliliiR HJH nnd overhauling, panning und cloanlng HJH t up of rtfuso mound f- 'Uht jiii.I, gcr- HJH den, orchard and barn)!!!-!! should ho HJH ' attended to heroic Die leal noik of the HJB farm luglus, 'llieu tiiu spilng iilnwiug, HJH seeding mid planting und tultlMitlng HfS I Mill next tittup) all the lime und utteii- Hn tlon of the men lulus Utfoie iiiteilng HHI upon the bus) cnuipulgn of Un season, HHj I tho icul sutcessiul fuiimi geueiall) litis HHHJ inudo up his 'plan of tauiptiiKii," 01 HJHJ ! work for the )car A MM) i tn ui t itnt HHH 1 tonsldeiatlon is the caieful plaunttig of HJHJ the amount mid uriei of crop to bt HJHJ raised on 11 hltcn numlar of aires and HJHJ 1 with n given umount of lielii In order HJHJ to obtain the best itsults. That Is 111 HJHJ 1 n), how much ha), gitilu, pastuiv and HJH teed la dislnd foi the ginliig stuck HJI nnd the chili) and thin what amount HJH , tdmll ,ii to market llesldea this, the HJ " nexl totisideuiiton will lie how imuli of HJ u crop of l' H11I1.es toots egutuhlis HJH lnes, etc, shall he raised, und what HJ klndn me most pioiltable The writer HJH believes evei) rnrmer shoulii keep some HHj kind of 11 leeotd of his Hum and the HHn irsults of evil) nop inl.e.l. both the HHH total tiop yield per acre ir held and the HH , nctuil vulue of each nop. 'Jh benefit HHI I of this will be found in making n.in- iparisous from year to ymt in older to Eel tho best results und greatest piotlt out of n given amount or laud and 1 iboi , It pays the tnrmei to ubseiee elosely 10 HH I keep mi ueiount of what his labor and HJU I nutlii) brings him, unit to experiment a HJB little with new seeds ami new 1111 thnds HJB The staple crop in the lirlgated val- HJH , le)s serms to be lui erne or ulfuira both HHH ,. ticcaufce It Is n stead) und pioilUble JH trop, without ispl.intlng tor tweni) JH . ycata In succession, nnd because It pio- HJU I U tides such an abundance of food and fat HHI for every klnj nf live stock cattle 11 sheep, horses, swlna and even poulti) The harvestlriB of ulfalfa is .1 sm ill cx pensa compared with some ot.r erors I I I and It has to be seeded down qui) nine HH ', , in tc to twcnty-flvu )eius n.eoidinKtu HH the nature of the soil and amount It Is HHD -pastured. Ills anoprspeel.iliy udapted H I to the arid region, nnd Is tartiniiuii) HH 1 . talunblonot only for hay, hut us tsel Hj I t-rop. H p J-'nr ytats farmers lr-v in r H ! IHHy ol their lands gi- wlni, roori und Pi' ""Ik Hr''-HHVHVHHVHVHHDHHl 1 r 1 und 1 n jt n of gialn I n-i Hi--un I -iillng ih' M'lln "n tin niaik. t Hum have even til' I mixed 'aiming wllh live stock to cinifunie part of tin grain growing, thus it turning fertllit) to the soil, and nctiially seen their soils growing richer, who have come again under the old spell of habit nnd for a tlnn turned buck lo purel) grain faimltig Wt know two or three who did thin sa)s th" Indiana Tanner, but who soon rec-nuri-d fiom the spell and again went to mixed live slock farming This occurred several years ago, and I hem farmers are now among the must successful we know. They ate now nrrasert at ther.m 1 is that thev did not go in mixed farmlrg long before The) say their lends ate greatly Improved lure they rave lioen feeding Instead of marketing their nun nnd oats and ha) line of theie has In en for several )enrs be on gi owing and fecillng beif latlie, sheep nnd lings and nnnther has tle voted his ennglis to dahylng nnd rig growing Their live stock now consume the thief products nf the farm, and their land Is glowing more nnd rime produc tive This Is what wu cull tho 'New typo of farmer." The vnlui of rnite for hog pasture Is well settl d now It Is a forage plant of less th. 11 ten )enrs for this countr) lint the 1111K' isal popularity to which It has mtnlii'd In some sections put It he vend th experimental stage especial ly Is K leretinble fur hogs and sh' ep, en during drouth and yielding gool gins Ing long after grass Is dried up by drouth It Is both sown broadcast or drilled hi cording to fancy of the farm er 'I hree to four Itolintls of seed are re ipiirtd to the tine The Dwarf Kxi ess variety of si ed, and not bli rape seeel, n member as the lutter Is woithless Those vvlto have grown rap" for hogs and shpep In the lmst few yeais say they would not be without n small neld nf It every year 11 Is a good time now to consl.lei the matter nf setting npnrt u few nctes for it Any good teiin land is suitable for tape Wool grown In the Tnlled Hlates In treastd rnua .M.SOilll pounds In IS 10, tu IQIWlfili pounds in 1901. The sugar trust, In conjoin tlnn with the ( 11I1.111 planter and Ainei leans who have invested inone) in the siigui In dustry of 1'nlsi, Is making it gient effort to seune a lediulliin of the turllf on Cuban taw siihiiis If this 1 rfoit Is suc cessful states the Ohio runner, we ma) litnk foi attempts In leduie the duties on nlhi r ngtb uituriil products, or to lemnve them entile!) The formers of the fulled Htnles for the pust twit or thiee )eirs hnve been iiij.ijliiic u peilod of grent pinspcilt), but It seems to be the opinion of many of our people tint there Is dnnger of Iheli becoming too pmspi lolls Other lndiistiles Mem tn fmi tint the farmer will m-1 loo rat and sniity, hence the effort to furlhei their on Intcieats at Ids expense The sugar trust Is very much Intrrt-slid und Is undoubtedly toiitrlbuilug u lirgo umount of money to secure this It-Jslutlnn. Our lending ilaii)inen have silos und feed ensilage nights und mornings and 11 feeding nf hi) at noon h.ijs.1 writer In the 01 unge Jiidd Pnimer They nrc not fe-ilitiK veiy much grain at ptesent prlc - The best wheat feeds Chicago, gluten nnd cottonseed meal, me tho piiuclpnl meals A rew d.ilDinen mo feeding beet pulp and receiving Kood results One fnimer who s milking twelve tows told me n few clii)s 11211 tint since he commenced feeding tills with the same umount of grain his cows hid Rained a. llttlo over a fort)-iiuirt ean of milk per day Ileet pulp eosts n per ton in car lots, rarmers ,lve about eight ejuarts to n. feed per eow twlic 11 il.i) ' Another writer sii)s 'I have been feeiliui; siiunr beets to my stock nnd consider them worth :o cents per bushel, or uboiit js .c r ton 1 1 hop thorn lu feed box with winnie-polnted shovel and feed rintn six to eight iiuarta to each atiliiinl. I think they 1,1 e 11 prnlUnblo crop to raise for feeding but ciinnntt sen nny prollt to glow them for augur factory, na I am six miles from the inllioad." Plunking of the future of the btit-sucar nn .1,1 ' lu the Hut remarks For h? the sef estS. 'S ." "V lh". Prodlirtlon h.i !, ""' lir'' r,-Kl"u of morn than Hi (e. iv"'f"n '0","nl Jn. the Cnlte." lu. i 1," V2n'' "" niining Hid istrj Is 1 . h. .J.K "11f""c and that g..at s IV 1 .. . i r " '.' rtaln In assume win- sire .m-n.! V,.rUipn,Jir rro1" mountain , ''"'." ow running to wa.le It require I ost I Htm It. f'rT ,h",1 Wl,h ""'' ' cost tlili enllr ! 7 met '" w peril) and aitnirtivene, ( rurul life niv.im'i , "" x,f,nslve lieet-grnwer v'w V. 1 el ''! "" '"g'jnielit before the ,.;;, ""d Means loniniiii,,, of Congress in..nl !5 hp11i;r"i'-thin of the beet-sugar iL'il'.T.""' ""is tountrj. said "l will "iot weiiri in, ui.t, 1. . ""i" c win nee tie. .,?.. !. '! ,1,"or of mj strug Mes nor or the Innunierahle and often unexK.,t,,i nlwtniles I had In meet 1 11 ovirc-ulne Hurilie it In su that I I11I1 m.r JIOin.i and .hit it was Voir ) ears ;'.orr"'i ":,l,,,"",'!1",. J"1 la-Mi f Lir" . .' " "!" "'" ,ht fait r) could arrord to Pn r,,r them The to.lnf lay. ? b' nfrV"f lH,,l" until harvest !,.. fBl",ir;jr:.,,,e ' rMu"d " the iK'lier farming that the. r.ililnir of '' ''ad, taught me mid of i le bStl" torslltlnn Into uldih their eulllvallcinia.l ''r""Rl'l land 1 lucre isert 1,1" J "?, ", an?.".,yl"''." fr,"'L 1J '" ' hu-hels per acre and reduced ili , or crowing 1111 1 putting tin wheat on the ears from over tllin'g wale' frue"l',r W1 U,,",,C. 'l " ""'" uiing was true In lesser degree in, tn v .w ,iy '" lroi-e the Increased ileal in f acre of all other crops his JH.ll from M 10 Ml ir cent In tlieise dls trlils 1 while the illltlvatlon of the sugur be.1 has been Intriduceil In this countr) SJl!.n.'t.l"he I'"""- margin for Improve. ?'" I" firming melhmls the lllcf.-i.e.t vleld would be mill h greater ami would oft n iM.id jui per tent pir atu J he Idaho Ueet-Hugar rompsn) Is ma. king arrangements to Plant severs! thou, stum acre a lo beets this )ear. and sell tho , rop to Hie 1 1 ,h factories. jure inn be suttossfully usisl to take the phi. 1 11 innnt stock f. eel, as barlei anit ...11. Valuable fee-el mixtures ?"')$ nVl . V i'iIu.' SI .WSle !?!",' SJl-SSSn. TK gKil.".nr?lflia,1,:"'tl" lhluf Wells of Southern California. In the s.rles ,.r wiit.r-suppiy an.i rri. gutlnii paiK-rs the l-nltnl Hlte. ceolnglcal survi) has In press but not et publistied. the Wells of Houthetii Cnlirornlu ' i.Noh o and l h) Mr Jose ph Harlow I Ipitln eolt Mr K II N, v. , 1 1 lijdrographe r In thargi. In his letter of transmit! iL re. "h"J" T."'. r"""! Mr" Instruetlve. as snowing wluil mm be done In other parts of the r nitiei giaira unilir favorable ion" dill, as of e limine and soil am! have no ciillur Interest In ant consideration of the extent tu which the leild land ian ul 'Siolit ? f'!l"nieel b Irrigation" .eXST.1".'"!. ,""u'l I" 'he Han Ber. llhleJ.n"i, ,'"' '" m".hf"' t-'allfcirnn. vvhi.h has an area of Ml square mile., '.'".' ,J'm ?"". Betnarellno mountains IS iX?' "nid ,1,'','ll"nd are the centers 2!Lfr"" iroduitlon t p to eleiallint of 1 feet the lelotlvel) high lands s.e trie fnun front and the relatively low lands nie mil.jcct to 11 Tho distinctive iron of Hm neiimidliio vallt) is citrus turns eitaiiais 1 redonilnste. followed n. xt by leinms and of Isle )ears the yriipe ru 1 liss be.ome .. pcinuUr i.rodii. t llltve's alui-inels prunes nnrlcels, liears peaches and wine raUii and table ihi!.,'t.ii .'rr. " ""."" ,"' Perrectlon In this illstrlit 11 the eleven eurs prior 'ii.! '""ny llpied near!) seven million boxes nf nriuges, an average an nual Income or i00p"tvV "'" un's'iT,'. if .'.V "Ti-blood nf the land Nllh.iut it thi, valley would become, a Mini-ilesert The rain clouds from the ,U . .mS."JI "I fonlensed agclnst the tbiill' ' l;V't.,"-,'",.,n "' " Sierra Jiiiitre 1 nt Can lle-rimi-dlim uiountulns. In the wlliler lime usually hi the form of T7 n:rir"ivx ,,Tr5w.p,iV 4 .oVw"1r"r)'''lrcrr,.i";v'1"i;r . ;v r t, v h t 1 f it w , L M-a 11 Ui ,i ir 1 1 iv, , over J ti d in n d " .k ng clow 1 rm 1, .rs i,r nr I in w iter f uukfvvn I) 11 kn it 'Mi It. In a I tltlou 1 the nit t.r Hood- t'i summer flow or nil the slr'iems rrnm Hun Antonio ireck to Mill creek Is diverted and used rnr Irrigation purposes and probably M per rent or It sinks Into the ground nnd relnr trcrs the waler plane This large underground res ervoir slopes toward Santa Ana river, Un most Imiorlunt Htreum of southern I .ellfnrnla west nt the coast range It drains a total area above lllncon of M Mtuare miles 171 square miles or the hasln nre mount ilnnus The controlling nutlet or this grest underground reservoir is at lllnenti vvhrre there Is a larger bndv or water llowlng during the summer than at onv other lce In California south of the Tehnrhnid mountains 1 x eent Hlong the Colorado If an area of gravel of Mil tqunro miles should bo charged to n depth of joa feet 11 fair average depth lo assume for this volley -IIS slnrailn inpntllv would 1st SSOOOffrt ill re -fret of water 'Iliese figures suggest Ihe enotmous espiclty of this great un derground storsae lerervelr of Han Her nardlno Millev It has been charged wllh waters through a long rv'le of years by Ihe floods described Heme measure ments made lu ihe slimmer of 1W showed that there was almost three times more water rising In the eeutril portion of the valley than there was entering the valley from the mountain drainage basin Mr l.li.plneott holds therefore that yrnprrl) Incnted development works near tlncon permitting the lowering of this water plane ouch season 21 feet over an urea of lion acres should vleld from 1VH) tn jaw miners' 111. bos or water Hi thinks the ternier method or procedure should be to divert ror the erentlon or pumping power Ihe entire llnw of th" Solitn tn river near the Aiihurndalo brldae nly.ut the llrst or Mil. and tn P turn the water tn Its natural bed at the rinse nr the Ir rigation season Ills conclusions are That a large percentage of irrlgntlnn water returns to the chnnnots or Ihe streams that the movement or the water through the soil being exreetllngl) slow, I his 11 turn water from IrrlgHllon will he a tterm inent source or silppl) that water of this charaetei Is now tnnklng Its ip pesrsnee on the lands near lllncon that It Is Impossible to delermlne the nmnitnt or water that could be gathered hv cnl leitlng gnllerles on these lands, that the stream measurements show a loss be tween Itlnion and the hrnd or the hanla Ana ential or about fnt miners' Inches whb h might he saved hi a lined conduit extending down the ejnon about 7 I miles that a power rannl wnter wheels eleitrlc marhlnor) twentv pumping' plants nnd the Knlherlng Humes nere s,er. rnr -f"l miners- Inches nf water could be constructed at an npprnxlm ite m.t of ITVrtO Numerous tables eleven plibs and murteen figures Illustrate thedlsius sl"n Mr Llpplnentt's contribution concludes wllh n brier description of the rnliroruu I-ortlnnd Cement rompanv s works nt Col ton In this Millet, the onl) Portland ee. ment plant on tho I'acllle coast With abundant crude materhls of cilcspir. clay, and nlmost chemically pure lime stone near at hand and with the Los Angeles petroleum for rheip and excel lent fuel the eompsn) Is enabled to pro duce a first-class cement for nbout three fourths the price or rorelgn cements This Is nf great consequence for the develop ment nf tho irrigation Interests of tho valley. TOULTRY AND EGOS IN UTAH. An Incorporated State Poultry Asso ciation Is Advocated. Keillor Tribune -In list Mondays Is. sue of Tho Tribune Mr Tnsum Is quite correct In his contention thai the farmer Is tn Mime for the fait that wo have to Import poultry and eggs. Hut I elon t seo how the Legislature, ean help thlt Ihe nproprlatlon of money means that 11 hslf elojcn. more or less, men will fall over each other to Bpend It. No, to give proper forco and establish 11 Just clilm to recognition we must have an Incor porated Htnle Poultry nssoclallon nnd '.LIm."!8'"!0 ''"u"r Journal What Is being done' The potillr) -keepers around and In llu capital city or the Mate did not have a foultr) show, whilst tho much smal or town or Ogden had Now ir tho poultrmen, with prices ranging as they are. cannot help themselves, elo they deserve to be helped by appro, prlatlons from the. public fund? I trow not It Is true thil quite it few States appioprliite mono) to pay prlies. but Unit is during the fall Hlato ralr. where not old) toiiltr), but live stoek In i,en. oral Is on show, nnd even then tho State fair sssocliitlnn furnishes the larger part nf the prize mono) Hut for winter pool, try shows exclusively only one or two Htatcs furnish some money, Tho largest shows In the Knat, such as IloMon New ork, Phllidelphli, Washington and Chi eigo don t get un), and they have money In their treaaur) I know whereof I sneak, because I am n poultomaii msclf or was until I came to Hilt 1-iko city, and shall go Into It again ss soon ns I hive a chance To Illustrate whit cm be done by poul. tr keepers here. If they understand Ih. Ir business, I will do 11 little figuring. Rup pose one hid 1(10 li)lng hens euch with proper management should Is) not less thin 15a egits per year or 15& or 1JS0 doien, for all, at S cents ner elnjen, equals J1I2M Ueeluct 100 for feed. It eaves WIJM clear prollt not counting la. bor with proper 'facilities a man can take care of nxl fowls, with tho assist ance of 11 bo) during the hrrodlnir sen son A protlt of H per cent or 30 per cent per tear on the capltnl Invested would he small 1 know a man who sold out 11 JUMMl hardware business to devote his time In poultrv exclusive!., because It pile! better having been engaged In both nil oecier oiniiiK neon engaged In both for n number of veins It will not do to build ixtensl.o houses Get tho best stock to be had, nud then hlro it boy for jr. or JSl per month tn throw the toil and gather the eggs Tho business wants to bo understood nnd I think i'.1 r. '. ,v.h".- the trouble conies In In ctah It Is the old shirtless way moil farmers nre apt to follow They don t keep nil necoiint to find out where thev lose or gain and poulirs-keeplnn In such n way Is the quickest route lo get rid pf monev To educate the farmer to a better way no appropriation or money will do any good, It must come through the press and that press Is still to lie established A. It, KOll.NKK iniUQATION IN UTAH. Ileforin Needed In Our Trescnt Jleth. ods There Is Too Much Waste, IMItor 1 rlhune -Tho people of I tah nre now talking irrigation, tho subject Is before theni and all because Oov Wells has lulled n eoiivrnlten lo meet lu Halt Lake city tho jeth of this month to consider tho question of llovernmeut aid to Irrigation In the arid West, that the lesourees whlih prlvilo capital rail to develop inn) bo utilised by the help of the linv eminent. This move Is on tho right line, and 1 hnpo to see every county In the Btato represented hs men of experience In Irrigation nnd who kno our needs ami can show conclusive. I) why Congiess should make, an apprn prlatlon to aid Irrigation t shall licit at this lime express m l.leus on this sub ject, but while the farmer Is looking tor newspaper ankles on Irrigation while the intllonnl eiucslton Is hetoio us and the needs or the Irrigated part or the t'nlled Htales Is being dlsi ussed, und the results to ho ncoiupTlelioil aro being piintcd In such glowing .olors Is a Kood lime tn eall atteutlm to Ihn fuults nf our pres ent Irrlguilon slem tie slipshod 1111 111. ..Is of anpltlnf, w it.r to the land and the waste oecaslon.il thereb) Our canals, or elltchcs. are not, as t rule constructed to nirrv water In the most eeonoml.nl wuy and wllh the least loss b .vuporatlon and seepage I am sure that with can lis proper!) constructed and Intelligent distribution nnt use of tho waters now actual!) used lor Irrlgitlon the duty would bo Increased ut least r ler tent. It seems that the average I'tali Irrl K'!!ior. V'tl "follow out a plan which will get him the most water Instead of stud)lng .1 way to get tho est results b npplvlng just the right amount of watir when tho plant needs It tn pro. mote thn best growth lu Millard conn t) parlkulirl) Inimiors use too 111111 h water-when thev can get It. they hnvo failed to learn the neids of the dllttrent plants and the roper umount of water to appl) to produce the best results, and I venture thn assertion that there Is more, loss to crops b over-Irrigation than b) lack of water on ihe ne reuge Irri gated 1 hive often asked farmers who llvo along thn foothill, In the old settled parts or I ids county, wh) they did not r ;l lucerne seed which Is acknowl edged to b. tho most profitable crop raised In I tali, and the) titcd to toll me Our land Is not adapted to the growth or seed we can raise hlg ernna or hay but we cannot raise seeel along the foothills, ns ou do down In the vsl !'" . . r'," impression was eiionootis, but ,t took a ctrmikht to prove 11 wlieii theie was not w Her enoiiKh to rulsi ; f:"!or'l, 'l-'iioumj'triii''i ,',? p"? II re liv Miipl be the I umi I I 1 L e w t 1 Ul 1 t 1 w II 'm . ' . ,"',,' ' I I j w is ma l"ir j 1 1 ,,. lM11 ,, l( money f oni his laul t! at bo would have made hud then b en w it r enough lo raise u Lrop of h,i. One mirth tho quantity of water req dred to produce a trop or Imerno hay will produie a good crop of seed. Tho fnlluto to produce a trop on most uny kind of land, where vou have a good water supply. Is usually the fa ill of the Irrigator, and more often rrom the use or too miiih water than from any other cause II won't do to turn wuia on the land and expect It to do the work The dltehea musl lie so lonstrutted that the wntrr tan he applied quickly and cvenl) distributed The beaut) of furmlng by Irrigation Is the fact that the Irrigator call glvti lo each crop Jut the amount or molsturo it needs, and at the tlmo when Ihe application will pro lu.e tho best growth The average farmer does not consider tlds part of the Irrigation problem, nor does he seem to understand that It Is Just as necessary tn get the vmer nff tho land at the proper tlmo as It Is to get It on, The llrst thing which uhould b consld ered by tho Irrigator Is, How little water ean 1 turn on and give 10 this crop tho proper amount of molsturo to produce the best growth? No land will proluee Clops tor a series of ears successfully without proper draltuge and the least water used, the less surplus there Is to gel rid of b) some sort of drainage cither natural or iirtlttcla! Ill Illinois, Iowa Missouri and other Slates, are thousands or acres of land which were at one lime worthless, now made valuable b) 11 drainage sstem costing from JIO to J20 per arre and while the farmers In these Slates hive been nnklng worthless land valuable by drainage, many farmers In our State have been making valuable land worth less by uverdrrlsntioti Proper application of the water now used In t tali for irrigation would In crease tho )leld of our iropo at least Ti ler cent, and the line! Instead of be coming sour nnd marsh) with the water table so near the surface as to Injurs plant growth, would be getting lietter onch )enr 'Ihe growth rodttclng cle ment In wnter Intelllgenll) applied to land Is the best or fertilizers. I cannot understand why tho farmers of I'tnh give so llttlo thought to tho question, llow much water Is needed to get Ihe best returns from a ecrtuln crop" Oreelev Colo Is thn greilest liotnto growlng sei lion of tho world and more prollt Is realised per aero at Oreelev from thn grotvlng of 'sprouts" than rroin any other section nf the countr), becmso the riWnff of potatoes thero his been reduced to a science, anel the methods now so successfully emploved wero loomed by experience Tell tho aveisgo farmer In Utah to plint potatoes when tho ground Is damp and then keep the water off until the vine Is in bloom, ind he wnuld think one eras), still, that Is tho wa tho successful potato-grower waters his crop at Orceley. I could quote many Instances of tho evil resulting from 'Cio much water" In Utah, hut spaco forbids and Ihe object of this nrtlclo Is to awaken the farmer to theWnct that he Is not making tho money ort his Imd that he should get In a coun try so ravorablo 10 tho growth of all crops, as In Utah. B(WT UNg I'or Over Fifty ears An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs, Wlnslo.v'o Soothing H)rup, has betta used for over fitly )cars by millions ot mothers for their children while teeth ing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind collo und Is the best remedy for diarrhoea, bold by drug glsta lu every part of the world. lie sure and ask for Mrs W'lnslow's Sooth Ins Byrup and take no other kind. BIG PRICES FOR CATTLE. At a public sale of Angus cattle in Chicago on rebruar) tth nnd5th, st head were sold for JSI.230. nn tiver agn of 673.M per head. Twenty-two bulls brought 111,563. an average of JftS; rifly-nino females brought J35.6G3, nn nvcrnge of J677 11. One nnlmnl, lilac Heap Judy, calved April 51. 1100, biouglit JMOO. Another brought JIIOO. TJie low tat price paid for nny animal vvns Jino These, worn record.breaklng prices and they Indicate thit the bieoclern of tho country place a high nliio on nn linnla with a pedigree r-uch prices nro nni pild fnr the nnlmil Itself but for the ability to reproduce. Its qualities. UTAH MAN GETS BEET PRIZE. Christian A Mtrlscn of Ounnlson, Utnli, has been awarded tho third prize of $10i) In tho Ornngo Judd rnrmer con test for best records o methods pur sued In growing sugar beets There were fourteen prizes. The first two prizes went to California growers nnd tho icmnlndei were divided nmong Col orado, Nebraska New York and Mich igan growers Mr Midscn, as well 03 Utah, Is to be congr itulatl LIVE STOCK IN U. S. Census Uurenu Issues n lioport on Domestic Anlmrtls, Washington, Feb. !0 Tho census bj. reau. In u leport on domestic animals fowls and bees In the I nlted Stiles on Juno t, 10W, announces that nil the do. mestla unlimla In the United States have a probable value or, nt leist J3,5on,ixn,iioo Of this amount the' vnluo of the ani mals on farms and ranges constitutes ovrr M per cent The total valuo of all domestic animals nn farms and ranges was J2 98I.H llo, ngllnst J2,.H,7l7,MJ In S0 There was 11 gain In all pirts nf the countr). exiept In the North Atlantic Htatrs, where there was a decrease of horses, sheen and swine making 1 total decrease or .t per ctnt In value The livestock on farms In th" I nited States rollows Calves, IS Vfl.SX, steers. ISSa.lIB, bulls 1315,iw.. nelfers, 7 iv.-oni cows kept for milk, I1.W1 .ul, colts j. artlTc, horses Its.'iMWil. mules, 3 J 71 f 17; asses and burros, H.ci03. sheep, MGeX.SU, swine, 62 S7t,li, gults 1..71 25,' Hlnce lirw the number of sheep de. creased eiver)whero except In the Wist Ihe Increase there was unr tlnn sur tleient to hilunce the loss elsewhire and made the number of woil tearing shett. for the nation 11 per tent greate Ihuu lu imi Ihe number of horses on taims In. creased excel t In the North Atlmllo States Tho gain Is .-0 p. r e.n' If the ntts are Included with the totals of 1J.V1, and 11 per cent If excluded The mules on firms Increased gencrall) 'Ihe dulrv cows on farms and rune's In IDon numbered I per cent more, thin tho milk tows reporleel In 1M0. Strensth nnd 1'ndurnneo Are fnetnre of tho grenteet success No person can do full justice to him self without them In 110 season of the ear ar they more easily oxlnusted f n the spring e need not discuss the ion for thlji hero. Ila enough tn sa iet la one. nnd that Hoods Hirsiptrllla glvea strength and endurance, 11s thousands annually testiry SADDLE HORSES WANTED Tor fcouth Africa. Will buy any number nf mares and geldings brnken to ride, any cnlor other than white, from 14 3 tn 15-1 hanels high (59 tn 61 Inches) 5 tn 8 )e,ir old Must bo scrvlceahly sound, close coupled, with good bone. No objection" tn small wire tuts. Liberal prices and spot cash paid for all piuchases. Appl) to CHAS HOLLOWAV. Knutsford Hotel, Salt Lake. wooL-anowEns association. That at Mt. rlcasnnt Elects Olliccrs Notes of People There. Mi PI it I en ihe Mt PI,-1-1111 W 1 ' hrld 111 11 1 11 1 31 when the f 1 wing ill. wti le ted N B ,ll von pre.kient A i: M Int eh vl e-nrf I dent W I) Midland, "' rctnr) 1 l Jen- n trcisiiror H 1J Jensen dire tor. A petition wis before the asjoi lation prJ testing against all) part of this touiity being set aside ns a forest reserve, and was signed bv all present . . , J II Seel) Is Hi Castlo alley looking after his sheep this week Mrs James loirson has yono to L03 Angeles, Col, to Mlt relatives An old man named Itasmussen ran aw 1) rrom th count) poorhouse one day last week nnd was afterward round In thn mountain., fiosen to death Miss Honnah Mailing entcrtnlne.l a few friends Thursda) evening and served a. nho lunch ,. Ihe Misses Heel) entertained the H TC a 's nnd u few friends Wednesday even- Mlsn Jennie Jorgcnen entertilned the Twentieth (.entury club at tho regulir mee ting Thursday . 'Ihe "V s assisted by neorge and Martha Washington gave a erv pleas ing entertainment ut the Wasitch acad emy rrlda) everlng The "i s ' nro a blanch or the W C T 1 and u neat sum was raised ror that cme At a social held In the church pivlllon 1'rldn) evening n kangaroo toitrt was In stituted and 1 rooted much amusement Mr and Mrs Andrew Madsen nro visiting In PioMrld A new drug storo will be opened hero this week by Messrs (loodwln and Hay. IMPORTANT CAPTURES. Laramlo rollco Arrest Pour Men Wanted nt Other Points. Laramie W'vo Keb 23 -The police of this clt) toda) arrested four men charged with crimes committed In other localities W. 1 liradshaw. who. It Is alleged, baa served time In Ohio admits having passed rniged cheeks in Amnrlilo Tex , and I ort Collins nnd Lnveland ( nlo L I. King John Campbell ind John ltay mond were arrested nn the charge of holding up Arthur New 1 ind of Wood lawn, la BOY IS KILLED. riftoon-Yenr-Old Lad Shot nt n Party. Leadvllle, Colo, 1'eb 2r-Sam illa sea, a 1'-) ear-old boy, was shot and al most Instnntly killed at an carl) hour this morning Wnllarea and n number of other children were at a pirt), and vvhllo tho ho) was sitting lit the plillo another bov name d John Klngslev. began tooling wllh .1 loaded revolver Iho weapon was seclileniillt discharged and the ball struck Wsilasen in the neck, causing ill most Instant death Klngslev was ar rested, but Inter released when the evi dence showed that the shooting vvns pure ly accidental. VICTIM Or OIANT POWDER. White Hall Mont.Peh Si-John Kaus, a miner, vvas )oslordi) tho victim of a rremalure explosion nf giant powder, from which Injurv he died today Kaus was engaged In running a drift and It Is said that one of the holes lie had loided missed fire and while he was engaged In withdrawing tho chargo It exploded, with tho above result Edwnids Didn't Know the Senator. Some )eara ago Idaho sent tc man to tho Henato whose name was MrConnell He enJo)ed u brief term of nbout llvo or six weeks, nnd then he dlsnppearerl lesterclay Mr McConnell visited tho Sen ate thimber again Very few of the Sen ators know him Ills presence, however, recalled the fact that when he was In the Senate ho lifted up his voice and delivered a speech. He was then nn almost utter stranger Old Senator IMmunds looked at him In as tonishment Who Is this man talking? asked IM munds of 11 psge ' Senator MtConnell of Idaho," respond ed the boy. "Well" said Krtmunds, "when It comes tn tho point that In tho United States Senate 11 man can make a speech whom I never siw before, I think It is time for me tn leave" And then Mr Hdmunds, In disgust re. tired to the cloakroom -Washington Post. INFORMATION WANTED. John whi:i:li:u or uxin. iowa, wants tn tlnd his son Richard Wheeler on matters of importance. ii:i,i.nqui:.vt NOIICK. Tho PI) mouth nock Mining company, prlnelpel place nf business Silt I-aka Clt) Utah Location of mines, Tlntlc mining district NOIICK. Thero aro delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock on- actount of as sessment No 1 ot three mills per share, levied on the Itth day nf Kehruir), 1502, the reveral nmounts set oppeslto ihe names of the respective shareholders, as follows. Cert No Name. No bhares Amt. A. A)ers. M n S3 am -j, A)crs, M II 2ey, Zti 7S II. Hirnhart. J W M W 1 llarnhnrt, J. W 249 TeM 10 Baldwin. Charles 13 arm 6f.) llrown, 1 V M em IH Halley, fl. W SS 100 TO Halle), tl W inn 10 Halle), O. W 112 I'm "Jl Halley. tl W t IM Illlley, (1 W . . . 2 1"0 10 Baldwin, W. II ...302 to 337 tWl 5 70 Ilaldvvln, W. II 333 'M . C. Carson, 1! D lW iron SCO I). Dull')-, Ceo. II. ....... 33 3..00 M.V) rrnzer, Mrs C "... HV. rm l 'n PiiBln, V. J l I1Y1 ' CI. Onff, M. A. HS IV) . Klein, J I .',,. Ill inn 1 so Klein, J. 1! M 1 1W Lucas, r, J ( jtyo ion Little. 1 A 1S1 IM 1 SO M. Moore, Walter SJ na 7 M O. Orem A. J. Trusteo .... S sevj 1 vi iirent, A T Trusteo . , Wl Wl 1 si Orem, A J. Trustee .. 217 wo 30 Poton. C i: .'... HI VH) 1 so Sparks. Mrs C 173 -, 1 VI btrlnger, J T 2il lno 7) And in necordinco wllh law and nn order of the board of directors mi.lo 011 tho fourteenth day of rebruar) 1 112, so man) sharia nf each parcel of such stock os miiv be necessary will be sold ut public auction at tho c.ltlce nr the serretarv, room .35 Atlas block Ball Lake City. I'tali. on Bnlurdi) the eighth day nt March, 1102 at 3 11 cloi k p m, to piy the dellnciuent assessment thereon, to gether with tho to.ts of advertising nnd expense of sale, C J McNITT, Secretary of the Plymouth Itock Mining comp my No. MUX NOTICK TCIIt PUIILICATIOV. Department of tho Interior. Land Of. flee at Hilt Ivko City, Utah I'eb J'e, lani. Nnllco Is hereh) given that tho fnllniv Ing.nnnied settler has llled notice or his Intention to make Mnnl proar In support nt his elilm, nud I hut said proof will bo made before the Itegister and Itetelver nt Hilt Lake city, Utah on the 20th el ly of March, 1J02 vlii llomtsteid entry No 12 856 of Oeorgo D Henoch foe tho s 'i of se ij, se h nf sw, 1, sec .1 and nw 1, of ne. it sec i3, tp 1 a , r. 3 w , Ho names tho following witnesses to prove Ids continuous residence upon and oultlvoilnn or sail land, viz 1; 11 in Chcmln.cnt Austin M Brown, II T Ppenrer, Ojbom l,e Chcmlnant, nil of Pleas mt Oreen, I'tnh I'UANK I) HOBBH, Itegister L w . Senior, Attorney. rllK Nonci; or .'iHtrT.irunn. 'ako County, Blato of Utah, Keh j, To'Mrs Sarah M Heath -Vou nro here, bv noilileel ihst I havn expenile.1 sixty, seven (M7ll dollars In labor and Improve n!e".?.,V,,,"5 "". ' l!ulont group of claims in Wlllard mining dlslrkt. Box Llder couni) State, of t'lah. to protect yoeir In. teiest as will .linear by certincuto tiled Dec 1 tube 1 SO, 1901 In Ihn otlleo or the lie. eorder o( said count), In older to hold said Piemlses under the provisions or section 23.1, lleviHS Hl.llulea 11 the I'nlleel Stales being tha amount rteiulreii to liold tli.i sHmo for the vi ir end 1 g imu, and If with. In ninety elivs irim the service or this 1 dlii- or within ninety days after thi nolle hv publkullon you full or reruse lo ontrlbuie su.l proponlon nf expenditure i 11 iw icr 1 urJiilcreHt In said elalips nn it m the prop, n of the sub. nil r under said t ..tlon "121 "" -. N DL1LUII. IM lThe Kind You IMS:1" I Always Bought slmilaung ittcFootl nnilltcti.la- ?I , ,, jjniisSloiiiaclSQiulDovvclsof 4 JjearS tHe J zzzlr J Signature A I'romolcsDigcalionChcctruF- JfV M W ncssannncstCoiilnliisnclllicr nf J Jttt'W Opltim.Morpliiuc norXuicxaL jj wi l Vll T'OT"NUlCOTIC. 2 Mi Wf'P nMofounrSiMvanraim W 11V Hx fwiwer I .4 l,k,itUu- I eSJ - Auk vrfV TlB Jilnnit - n 1 Xt I II 1 lUCMtmnhSHta I ,n 1 1 B ! r I UimSnJ- .1, 11 SJ iMrymfVmr I . Jfr f lit. Hl M IK ApcrifclHomctlyrorConslipei f I V Ir v Ilon.SoiirSloiiwcli.Ui.irrtio&i f I I& Worms.ConviiUious.Vcvcrish- fl gsT Lni flin ness nml Loss or SleO'. J J rUl UV Facsimile Sifinnlurc or )J g 33r&SL I Thirty Year PBPiiQTnRI J tXACT COPY Of WRAPPER.) P WJf Hj I IU I I (No. OSS ) oncr. 1 cm l'tiiiLic.viiov Departmnt nf the Interior. Lnnd OfTlee at Silt LnkoCtt), Utah, January 11 I -. rvollco Is hereby given that tho follow ing. named settler has llled notlco nf his litentlon to m-iko linnl proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Heglster nnd Receiver U S Land ottlcn nt Salt Lnlco Clt), I'tnh, nn March 1. 1102, vis lohn W Jenkins II 1:, No IK 4 dated November 7, P ror tho l.it or Nl.ij. Hli of Nl'.i, and Nh'i or si:ij, nee. :',. tp. 1 s, it j h u M , Utnll Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resltlcnte upon and cultivation nt said I ind viz John llreee, Joreph Coon, Jacob Harelninn Otto Lor. son, all of Hlter, Hilt Like county, t'lah I'UANK I) HOIIIiH, Itegister It. H Ross, Attorney. p776 No. Ml enicr. 1011 i-liilicatiov. Department nf thn Interior, Lnnd ortleo nt Halt Lake Cllv I'tnh, January IS. lit: Nnllco Is hereby given that tho follow ing named settler has riled notlco or his Intention 10 make llnal proof in support nt his elilm. nnd that said proof will bo made beforn the Itegister nnd Receiver at Silt Lake lit), Utah, nn .March 10, ivtl viz Homestead entry No, 12.e,Ti of Ornco M. Spencer, for tho HIPJ. Khu Sec. 21, BWl. Hi, HeC 51, NVvl. NWli See K, nnd NlHi NUU Hertton li, 1 p. I South, Rnngo I West, B I. I Hho names tho following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of rnltl I mil, viz, Austin M. Urown, i: II Lo Chemlnnnt, I) II Jn. cobs. Walter Held till of Pleasant (Ireen, Utah I'UANK I) HOURS, Register li. W. Senior, Attorney pli FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. WATCHIIS, J10O TO KM. tle'ARAN teed one year rountaln pens, Ilk Is) cents postpaid Write tor catalogue Thomas Hughe). Mercur 1 tali MAIL ORDER HOUSES rnni: SAMri.i'.s or oun clotiiino and gen I eat or mdse West .Mall Order House. M W 1st So , Sail laiko City FOR SHLE. Ono of the best forms In Unit I.nke count), SO acres, well Improved, brick house, good stnblea nnd plenty of water. I'nrms for sale in Utah county. Hear River vulley, Idaho, etc. Writo for par ticulars. A. RICIITGR, 19 WKST 1ST SOUTH. SALT LAKU CITY. HINES MERCANTILE CO., Wholesale Commission, Uu)s and sells firmers products of nil kinds Corrcsponelenco solicited. 1G5 E, West Temple, Gnlt Lako City, UTAH NURSERY CO. run line or trull nnd ornamental tieeo, small trulls r 1- shrubs, etc Nuriiery and 11 tc Kins, sr unil , 'ih Lint nnd 12th houth cult e, 3m Allaa lilock. Mall or ders solicited SHEPIIRD BOOK CO. "Ye Oldc llooke Shoppc." ! i'ef, '" , ,l,ook, . '"Otifclu or i schanged Will furnish nnv Isnik, new or old Mor mon ,ind unll Mormon book nnd pirn phlets a specialty 2 H HIV.TI. HT , np. posltn Kniitsfnril Salt Like City, iniih TUTTL.E BROS: iii'siNL'ss rsrAni.isiii:i) m. Correspond wllh us W'e will gladly nni friely glut )ou any Information In our HEAL ESTATE. JIORTGAGF, LOANS. 'Jaxen Pild Interest nnd Ineomo ol lected Notariea pulillc. Legal papers OI'FICES: 140 MAIN STEEET. C. II. CROW SADDLERKtl Maniitiirturers nnd dealers In carriage, buggy and tc im HARNESS, Saddlca. Iilankels whips and full line nf horse equipments Repairing a special!). Mall nrdcrs. HAHr I'll' T HOI'TII 91.00 nn Acio, Irrlgiitecl Land,"" Ter month for our fruit, farming and lock linds appeals In you Adelnsa Or chard l..ii.t 10, Orchiid. Idiho. Hiilel rnies, II jr. a nay. W. S. LYNEs bi'tcrbfomo i'mn'l &. 1 ni , II. uiei In WOOL.,, MIDRS, AND 1 LO W I c niinj HI 1'lrst Hast St tbtalc ItJud) ualt Lalio' F. Pltitt C Manufacturers ot and Dealen Harness, Saddles, Col W hlpt lllankets nnd H iddlery Hi 117 111 Htnte St ," Hilt Lake Cln SEARS UTAH SALT ( Manufacture m of and Dealers b and SEED. I'leld and Oarden Seeds n Rpfdi holesalo I-rlces to farmers, ' or Call. M v.: 1st South. Silt Lit JOHN F. BOI Manufacturing Jewell Old Bold mide nlo new s'tlnJ. riliininrid wnik mrdals, cnnravUl elr) repnlrlnir .. . Orders by moll prnmptly tilled. -oD .main sntiniT RowcMorris.Siiniiiicrlia IllKheit Trices Paid for- HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP Pi ri.i:n HkiNS, yt'its. irrt ft a H "rd We t St ', Salt Ul "eoLOS" Usdway's Ready Relief Cures 1 cents Colds, Coughs, bore Thn fluenin, nroiichltls, Pneumonli. I or tho Joints, l.umbnKO, Inll'f Rheumatism, tveuraliria, II leolhache. Asthma, Dlfltcult Bf Itadwa)'s Ready Relief Is a 8.; for Hvery l'aln. Sprain. Ilrulsfi.l the Hick, Chest or Limbs In l'lrst and Is the only 1-lln Reus Instantly stops tho moil exer lalno alla)s Inflammation, and cc Lcstlons, whetlier of the lunits. 1 bowels or other elands or orirani application. Tor Internal nnd External' A half to a leospoonful In hslf of wnter will In it few mlnu" cramps, spasms, sour stomach, ni' nervousness, sleeplessness, sick lit diarrhoea, d)sentery, colic, ffttulcf all Internal pains. , Thero Is lint it remedh. sneot world that will cure fever and" nil other malarious, bilious anelt vers, aided bv RAllW'AY S P Hi. liulekly OS RAllW'Al S IIHADJ ,'Ar Hold by UrilRKlsIs , UAUnAT'S DR. c w" HIG0ll3 Microscopic and Analytic ftQ SB YEARS IN SALT LAKljJ SALT LAKH H Microscopic Medical Instl C W. Illggirrt, M. D, M.nigerMil'g 4T. I'LMO IturCU JJ Comer Main and Third &"! Has pracllrod In Salt Lake Cltr ' ly.nvo ysars, and th. wonderful ealabllshed cures ho hns efToctw tlmo provo the sclrntlfio prlnf which his medicines ai. coJT Formlnr diagnosis by the aid ', croscopo enables him to.nsj. msry cause of disease and nt cui.. The Doctor hss cured Ito cases of . Nervons Debllltr. .Mental anet VVrskne.. slid Nervous P.oslr snd will forffll ') for any f! under his treatment which nt cure. .. M ,u All cissies of privat. dlea'fj all old llnrerlnp diseases. wWS tho blood and lmpslr the syi oiiKhly and peimanently cured; , JJ kidney enmplalnt turerf All tWT, cured 'lapowoirn removed ."! o pay Olllce hours, KHol" PI'1isse send for a llt.'L.Iciii Dr. C. W. llliiilus, Bait, Luke C