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i SECTION SECI sEcLN N THREE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY Y NOVEMBER NOVEMBER1i9O3 15 1903StlI1lL 1903
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1 111 TheP The Purpose rposeand and Method Methoil at Fo Forest st R Reservation serii t fi I
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A JAMES P KIMBALL writes in the th Worth WorthAmerican JlfortJiAmerican WorthAmerican
American Review for August Aqu t on Aggressive AggressiveForest AgrealveForeft AggressiveS
S f1 Forest Reservation R rvaUon The allegations of the theL Uaei thearticle
L article while partially correct are made from fromthe fromT fromthe
i T the standpoint of o an opponent of reserve and while whilethe whUethe whilethe
the intent of the writer Is undoubtedly consistent with withgood with800d withi
i good citizenship it may be pointed out that the griev grievances cneve ¬
ances u e complained of though by no means imaginary imaginaryare
are not so serious as to overbalance the good done doneby donebr doneby
by the preservation of forests in high altitudes altitudesThe altitudesThe t ude udeThe
The high character of the author and Ms Intimate Intimateknowledge Intimateknowledse IntimatOkmowledge
knowledge of western affairs afrltl entitle his opinions to togreat toreat togreat
great reat respect The purpose purpo > of this article is to din disciuss d18cupu dinCUSS
CUSS possible errors of statement StJl tement and to correct Im Impressions IIIplpuions hflprsslons ¬
pressions caused by complaints of a strictly local na nature aaft nature ¬
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With the agriculturists of the west forest pre preservation enaHon presercation ¬
tion is not a cult but a matter of dire necessity The Thevery Tbevery Thevery
very orgln of the law proves prov > s this tbl Bus B for the effort effortof efrortet
t of the United states government to retain n > taln at least leasta
a part of the tb forest at the U headwaters of t the rivers riversirrigation riverIrrigation riversIrrigation
irrigation would w SuJd < have been a thing of the past pastThe paatThe pastThe
The scantily timbered highland areas of the Rocky Rockymountains Rockymountlntl Rockymountains
mountains cannot bear the wasteful wa teful lumbering fol followed folIod fobbowed ¬
lowed by fires which has been be n practiced until the thegreater thegn thegreater
greater gn atr part of this territory territor has become a mountain mountaindesert mountaindtrt mountaindeirt
desert and cities as well as farm lands see e their theirwater tbelrat theirwater
water at r Fapplies cut < ut off in the early summer of each eachsucceeding each8uecdlng eachSUCeCdIflg
succeeding year the Irrigation reason becoming omlng short shorter ¬
er an each fa < b luster rolls by und the supply of drinking drinkingwater drinkingwatfr drinkingwat
water wat r for the growing cities at the foot of Sierra be becoming becOJnln beI ¬
I coming cOJnln < more more scant ant us a the needs of their population populatioMgro populationgrow
grow gro w greater greaterDIFFKRENCB erea tel terDIPTJo telDIFFERENCE
DIFFERENCE DIPTJo RENCE OF CONDITIONS CONDITIONSIt
It may be affirmed by interested Illtere ted persona that the thedenudation thedenudation thedenudation
denudation of the Rocky mountains would wid in no wise wisedecrease willedfCrelUlf wisedecrease
decrease the natural capacity of the high altitudes altitudesMr tl tlMr
Mr Kimball speak l of ranged at elevations too high highfor blghtor highfor
for entry or improvment but perennlaly renewed un under un undtor undet ¬
der the unfailing precipitation It may be true of ofthe orthe ofthe
the western slope of the Teton range of Wyoming that thatprecipitation thatJ1etipttaUon thatproelpitatlon
precipitation is unfailing unfantn but this Is not so as asgarde re regards rtprd ¬
gards the eastern slopes of the mountains of Colorado Coloradoand Coloradeand Coloradoand
and New Mexico where the snowfall i is becoming bee more moreand moreand moreand
and more intermittent and the peaks often are bare barein bareIn bareIn
in March or April An abrogation of the forest re reserve Jeere yeserve ¬
serve laws which would permit a denudation of the themountains tbemountain themountains
mountains below timber line thus destroying the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural storage reservoirs re would not be hailed with withpleasure w1thpleasure withpleasure
pleasure by the farmers of any of the th western states statesbut statdbut statesbut
but would be most strenuously resisted resistedThe r ttedThe ressted resstedThe
The purpose of the law as defined deft ed in the act ct of June Junec
4 1897 Is to improve and protect the forest t within withinthe withint
1 t the th reservation or to Improve favorable t bIe conditions conditionsof
k of water flow and to furnish a continuous supply supplyof
of timber for the use and necessities Dee tles of ettians of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States No one familiar with condi condlp
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UenryMidIt1soll Henry Mlcftelswi of f Denver Rf6flntke in the Worth ff rtb American Review RtWl w JUn
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tiontt in the arid wt may say that such a law was was1IOt was wasnot Wasnot
not needed Nor can it be contended that the na nation Batlon antion ¬
tion in which the title to these lands 1 Is vested v was wasnot wasnot u I IJaOt
not right in segregating therefrom certain portions portionsfor
for the very great benefit of those who have put puthomes puthomea puthomes
homes into the heart of the desert and who have havefounded havefoUDded havefounded
founded great citIes clU s and mighty commonwealths commonwealthswhere COmIDonwealUufwbere coznmonwealthaWhere
where the nomadic tribes of the aborigines abcJfltP expert experienced expertence expertenced ¬
enced difficulty in thetr tb thekasarch search for scanty Maftt support supportHaving supportHaving
Having set apart these mountainous forest lands for forthese forthese forthese
these teuencent be pt purposes the nation was further furtherbound furtherbound furtherbound
bound to entrust fntru t the execution of its laws under prop proper proper propor ¬
er safeguards Iafe rd to the constitutional adviser of the thepresident thEpresident thepresident
president to whose care the administration of interior interioraffairs Interiorl1faln Interior1aire
affairs has been committed from the very inception Inc pt1on of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the government That the reserve laws la have in all allcases allca allcases
cases ca been executed In accordance e with witbthe the benevo benevolent benevolent benevolent ¬
lent intent of the statute to ttot tlGtelatme4 claimed Mistakes Mistakeshave Ietakeeha Mistakeshave
have ha ve been more or less frequent There have been beenchanges beenhange8 beenchanges
changes In officials as a there th re have been changes in inthe inthe Inthe
the federal administration i but the result a as a whole wholehas wholehas wholebias
has been t enlarge tne tbe Irrigated Intarat d area upon the plains plainsformerly plainsI plainsformerly
formerly arid tb t establish new agricultural Indus Industries Indulltrle Industries ¬
I tries notably notabl that of the sugar beet to aid the sheep sheepgrower sheepgrower aheepgrower
grower in providing feeding establishments for many manymillions manyi manymillions
i millions of his lambe and to enable ena the cattle grow grower ¬
er r to winter his stock by enormously enhancing the thecrop tbeI the41op
crop rop of native and cultivr cultlvred ed grasses grassesRELINQUI8HMENT graeeeeRELINQUISHMENT gra8sesRELINQUiSHMENT
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RELINQUISHMENT OF TITLES TITLESAs
I As A an offset otf et to these benefits we nave ve the thece ne necessity e ecessity ¬
cessity ce arising from the very natncc of eftlle the ease of ofmeeting ofmeetlq Ofmeeting
meeting the h > complaints of those who w wwithin hnye tyt sOtt sOttwithin seilite seilitewithin
within the areas set t apart for to reserves J1Ien It Is itrue itruethat true truethat tiiiethat
that the nation offers hi the act of Jane JQ e f IffT IffTthat 1 1that 1ITthat
that in cases in which a ttfect covered o ered fcf fcfpatented bjpatented 1 1patented
patented bona fide claim or toy a patent pate to f fnciuaed fnciuaedwithin u6ed u6edwithin ed edwithin
within the limits of a pubjic forest reseVyatfcm reeerya reationOe reationOesettler e esettler e esettler
settler or owner owierniy may y relbHtftoh re the tractate Ze e gov government 8erDmeflt gO gOernntent ¬
ernment said select In lieu thereof a trafjefvacant trafjefvacantland veant veantland vacntland
land open for settlement not exceeding in iarea rea a the thetract thetract thetract
tract covered by his claim clfimor cl m or oi patent It to also true truethat truetbat truethat
that under this clause of the act the settlers ett mak making maltInc making ¬
ing the exchange ex hange have in nearly all cases aa obtained obtainedfor obtainedfor obtaInedfor
for their government scrip a much larger ba price than thanthey thanf thanthey
f they would have received under private prl e sale Ie But Butthis ButI Butthis
this does not obviate the fact that in order to es establish Htabli astablish ¬
I tablish h a forest reserve it is I necessary necee ary to main maintain maintain maintam ¬
tain tam the tree growth upon the area thus set apart apartand apartand apartand
and that If claims are relinquished the lands will willprobably w1Jlprobably Willprobably
probably be reforested Now the extent of these re relinqulshments reItAqulBJuneatB reltnqulahments
linqulshments is nraeh commented upon poIL In the thePlum tbePlum thePlum
Plum Creek reserve re which embraces 149000 acres acresthe acresthe acresthe
the reltaqufshments to date have been t428 4 acres acresapproximately acrtIIIapprosimately acresapproximately
approximately 6 per cent In the South oth itte te re reserve re retlerTe reserve ¬
serve which contains tt5S9 acres 18520 acres a have
RHEUMATISM RHEUMATISMTHE HEUMATISM HEUMATISMTHE
THE DREAD OF W WINTER WINTERThe NTER I IThe
The cpming of winter with its icy winds nds damp foggy weather and sudden changes changeetwitching changesin
in temperature will set the old rheumatic joints to aching and the muscles to throbbing and andtw andtwkchingwith
twitching tw twkchingwith hing with th such pains as only Rheumatism can inflict Chronic sufferers need no better betterweather betterweather betterweather
weather signals to warn them of approaching storms than their aching bones and muscles musclesThey musclesThey
0 They know from experience how the damp easterly winds and night air increase their theirmisery theira
a misery and rob them of restful sleep Rheumatism is always worse in winter Cold and anddampness anddampness anddampuess
dampness are aJe exciting biusd causes uss they affect the circulation stop perspiration and the poi poisonous poiII poiacids ¬
II sonous acids in the blood no longer able to escape through the pores settle upon the thenerves thenerves thei
i nerves and tender linings of the joints and muscles muscl s causing inflammation and swelling swellingand
and such terrible piercing pains that no wonder the theaerves thenerves thenerves
nerves are shattered the health undermined and the Columns M0 Ohio ls May 23 23patient 10 li liSIx 1O8Six
SIx years 10 Iud I had a Hre sev ro attack of ofpatient 01patient
III patient Often crIppled and deformed for life Inflammatory Rheuojuasm I was laid up upRheumatisml upRheumatism
Rheumatisml Rheumatism beginS > and develops in the blood it in bed tLS for stxmonths and the dootors Z I had haddid
did me no good T They y changed medicine
C a is 18 not ft disease 1 = that th at COmeS in in a night mg h t Ot that t h at can be evary week but nothing they prescribed prescribedrubtad pretlOribedrabbed prescribedrubbed
rubbed awayjn away n a day but is a constitutional well ZS Hmed to JS help me KSfsS KSfsSgrounded FiDall 11ett I left ofttheir ofttheirded off their theirtreatment
treatment and began the UM of s s S My Mygttlttn Mygrcunded
grounded gttlttn ded blood disorder d lSOIUCL 1 that th at all the t h e liniments 1 and an d knee uee and ndelbowJoint8W8reswollaJLterribly ndelbowJoint8W8reswollaJLterriblyPlasters elbow elbowjolntswnre JointswereswoUan swollen terribly terriblypl terriblyplsters
invented cannot Yet and at one time my myioluts joiDts were fIO swollen swollenan4 wollenaJa4
pl Plasters rters ever remove some S me people S JJ S SviH
aJa4 painful that I could not clone them when whenWIn whenwill
WIn go on dallying with external remedies for years opened iwassobadtaatioonidnotmoY iwassobadtaatioonidnotmoYleaving I was so badt ad that at I oowd DOt notleaving mOY mOY1eaving
leaving the real cause of the disease untouched the kn ZttJS e or foot In f faot I had Z one of fSZfSri the sever BeTert seversit
sit t cases of Rheum RheumMism tism I ever heard of 1
blood growing growing weaker and thinner and the joints and was w getting disoouraged you may be b sure suremuscles sureMuscles suremuscles
muscles more useless with each attack This formid 3 w e l I began f S y S L S JSf bat If at I saw T it was wasdome wandong 1 1i
doing me good g I continued it and today I Iable Iable Iable
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able disease and nd Dread Of Winter IS is due to a general am a sound and wen man man and have h never nerersluggish neyersluggish neversluggish
condition of the and the of bad a return of o t the e disease It relieved the tlted theswelling
sluggish system presence swelling SgS and lnlammc1011 SS purtled SSSiSi SSSiSiUnc my blood bloodunc bloodunc
Unc and an d Other ot h er add act d poisons in in the th e blood It I t IS is an inter and oared me of this severe yere ease of Inflam Inflamual Inhmnal Inamnal
nal disorder that can bnly be cured by internal reme 5JfflLdTSSStJ Inatory Rheumatism m after E53ffS5uS sverythtng rything else olsehad elsehad
had failed I have reoomm recommended Dded it to others
dies The aches ana and pains pains are only symptoms which with good results and d i know that ± it is a ayou aa
10 you may scatter or relieve for a time bv by liniments l or sure our for Rheumatism BmeumatUmiJ
J R K ft H UlaAirJaAxJ UlaAirJaAxJother OFIAPKANat OHAPMAWother
other at h er outside onts d e applications app 1 lcations but b ut they t i h ey gather gat 1 ler in in some isee ia Mt t Vernon Ve AV AVother Ave Avaother Aveother
II other part of the body shifting from one set of muscles musc1esII 4 4to
to another and from joint to joint and frequently strike the delicate machinery of the heart heartor
a or some other vital spot Rheumatism is never permanently cured till the blood has been beenpurified beenpurified beenpurified
purified and the th sluggish system aroused to better action and this is exactly exa tly what S S S Sdoes Sto
to does It thoroughly cleanses the blood blo and renovates the system by neutralizing the acids acidsand Raidsand acidsand
and expelling from the system all acrid matter matt atter S S S Swarms Swarms Swarms
warms enriches and invigorates the blood improves the thecirculation thecirculation thecirculation
circulation and builds up and nourishes the weak diseased diseasednerves diseasednerves diseasednerves
nerves S S S acts also as a tonic and as the general generalhealth generalhealth generalhealth
health improves improvesrheumatic rheumatic pains are felt f It less often and andgradually andgradually andgradually
gradually cease altogether Tt is the thin acid blood bloodthat bloodis bloodthat
that is so easily chilled < by the cold and affected by every everyillwind everyillwind everyillwind
illwind and change in the weather Rheumatism and andbad andba andbad
bad ba blood are inseparable inse able you do not have < one without the other and the surest and andquickest andquickest andQuikeat
quickest way to getrid of Rheumatism is 15 to restore the blood to a normal healthy state stateS stateS i is
S S S is composed com d of both purifying pu ying and tonic properties pro rties just what w at is required eqllir < d in every everycae every everycue everycue
cue of Rheumatism It contains c no Potash Alkali or other mineral ingredient bu is isguaranteed IS ISgttaranteed isguaranteed
guaranteed entirely vegetable vegetableIf
lp If you have Rheumatism RheuV1 in any form write us fully about it and our OW physicians will willadvise winadvi8e willadvise
advise you without cost and we will mail to your address our special book on Rheumatism Rheumatismcontaining Rheumatism Rheumatismcon RheumatismC
C containing con nr helpful information to everyone suffering from this painful complaint complaintTim complaintTHE complaintp
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PARK CITY SUPERIOR MINING MININGcompany lUNINGroapanv MININGcopany
company Principal place pla of business businessSalt buslneSalt businessSalt
Salt Luke City Utah Notice Is hereby herebygiven herebyn
given n tbut at a meeting of the directors directorshold dIrectorsNovember
hold November Novem 4th 1905 li1 an assessment assessmentof
of oneeighth of a cent per share was waslevied wa walevied waslevleI
levied on the th capital stock of the corpor corporation tOrporafron corporatton ¬
ation payat parahlt > lf immediately Imwedlatt > ly to C B Jack Jacktreasurer Jacktlea JacktteasUrer
treasurer tlea urer at 35 3 Commercial Mock Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City ttt tah Any An tnR ujxin on which whichthis whichthis
this assessment may aj remain unpaid on onDecember onDf onDecember
I December Df > cem 7tb tb 1903 will be delinquent and andadvertised andadnURd andadvertised
advertised for sale at public auction and andi andUllle andu1Llea
i unless Ullle payment is made before will be beI beI beiiokl
I oW on the 24th 4th day ay of December Dr ember < 1S 11t13 11t13to l4I3to 3 3i
I to pay th the deUnquI at assessment togfth togfthr
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All wate within i i s > e forest reserves erves may maybe maybe maybe
be used ed for domestic milling mining or irri irrigation inigation irrigation ¬
gation purpoees under the laws of such state statewherein 8 statewherein te tewherein
wherein such reservations are situated or un under under under ¬
der the laws of the United nited States and the rules rulesand rulesand rulesand
and regulations established tablis thereunder thereunderStock thennmderStock thereunderStock
Stock grazing is allowed under permits permitsemanating permitsemanatiDc permitsemanating
emanating from the secretary 8ecretary of ith8inlerior ith8inleriorWITH jthe inferior inferiorWITH inieriorWITH
WITH THE ACS AGJUQULTURIST IQULTURIST OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
THE WEST FOBESX FOBiS PRESERVATION PRESERVATIONIS PRESERVATIONIS
IS NOT A CULT Jt Jt t A NECESSITY ANECESSITYHenry NECESSITYH ECESSITYHenry
H Henry nry Michel en Waited JIlted States ISitpterin ISitpterintendent S1t Sprintendent rin rinI
I tendent of Fore Foresl Reserves Rese in il Colorado Coloradobeen ColoradoI Ooloradobeen
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been relinquished or barelyA bsi76ez i rer r ceat It is sub submitted submitted ub ubmUted ¬
mitted that the sufferings sufterl gfjso f 80 small a minority minoritywhich rnIDorItywhlcb znInoi1tywhich
which is well paid for its I it Ji6uIfRfj as to universally mnlvarsallyacknowledged universallyacknowledged
acknowledged are not so greai gr gre as to t necessitate a achange achange achange
change either In the law or m the metttods of its itsadministration itsadmlAilltraUoe itsadministration
I administration administrationSETTLERS admlAilltraUoeSETrLERS administrationSETTLERS
SETTLERS ON R2CSERVS R2CSERVSEirress tmsERVS tmsERVSEltre SERV15 SERV15Egress
Egress and ingress of actual actuaittler settlers residing within withinthe wltbiathe withinthe
the boundaries of forest nauta ret or ortlt oi tmasit across acrossthe actM8tbe acrossthe
the me ame 0 o and from their proiwrtteB pri ertlas ortheir or Qtr homes homesare homesare e8 e8are
are guarabted by the law It It4 5 also ai lawful for forperson any 1 1person t tJer
person oA to prospect locateand develop the mineral re reot re reof reof
of the reserves Jro provided Always that the thery thery thei1e
i1e esary ry rules and regula regizla4loqs ons are compiled eomptt w with withAd < th thAed
Aed z1e aii ce mining requirethe requlr 1e use of timber each eachlojRUcr eachc
< lojRUcr c 1 wayutMla such auck MD tWoefasH ber asTha A fla4s a upon on onand his hisf hisatalul
f elaim and even ea oJ oJMilJailJnMe ohti Mpt more under U er ai th proper properi proputIoD properand
i ppUcatton tIoD and permit i 1I at eompaaieB are barred barredfrotn barredfthm
frotn the free use of ottimber o timber within the reserves is a amatter aI arMtter
matter I ot necessity were were ft ItOtherWise otherwise there t would be behut bebut bebut
but little timber preserved preservedAll preerve preerveAll < >
All water within the forest reserves may be used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for domestic tlco mining 1ng or irrigation purposes under the thelaws tbelaws thelaws
laws of the United States and the rules and regula regulations regulations regulations ¬
tions established e thereunder thereunderWMITS thereunderIIMITS I IIJHuTS
WMITS OF O STOCK GRAZING GRAZINGStock GRAZINGStock
Stock gracing is allowed under u r permits emanating
from the secretary of the interior The rule under underwhichthese underwbich underwhich
whichthese which t these permits are bjejng Inc granted have proven provenso provenso
so beneficial Uu th t a very veroJNOnou0ce4 pronounced pronoue difference is De Deregulated ob obrvaltle ohservabbe ¬
rvaltle 1a the stan of the grasses en a properly Propea17JOe properlyregulated
regulated JOe forest reserve and those on the public lands 4anda
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L H F FARNSWORTH ARNSW RTH RTHE Caabier CaabierE
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JOSEPH F SMITH President PresidentGENERAL Pr PresidentWILLIAM ldent ldentWILIJAM
WILLIAM 3 PRESTON Vice President PdentCHARLES PresidentCRARLES
CHARLES S S BURTONI BURTON Cey CeyHENRY er erHBNRY
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country trade Correspondence Correspond e invited invitedSixty InvitedS InvitedSixty
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prescription of one of the beat fefltale fefltalephysicians mealeohyalciana I Iphyaiclana
physicians and nurses DU In the Untied UntiedStates UftftedStates UnitedStates
States and has been used u ed for sixty years yearawithneverfalling yearswith yearswith
withneverfalling with ineverfalUnl I success succe by b minions of ofmother ofmotber ofmother
mother for their children ebtld Daring the theorocess tMDroceh theorocess
orocess of teething teethl its value to Incalcnla IIIlncab1able Incalcnlabte incaaciu incaaciubbs
bbs It relieves the child from pain cures curesdiarrhoea carddlarrboea curesdiarrhoea
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colic By giving health to the child it itrests itreets itrest
rests the mother Price 25 cents a bottle bottleB1ETENBUR6ER bottleB1ETENBURSER tU tUi
B1ETENBUR6ER i 8URGER PORTLAND CEMENT CEMENTGerman CEtlEMTGerwaan CEMENTGerman
German HERCULES Brand BrandSTRONGEST BrandSTRONGFST BranSTRONGEST
STRONGEST AND ANDFINEST FINEST CEMENT CEMENTIMPORTKD CEME CEMEIKPORTKD CEMENTNow
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I outside of it and it hast haa beeb > eh acknowledged aeknowl time and andagain aDdagain andagain I
again that if ever the public grazing domain is to tobe tobe tohe
be made useful to its fullest extent it must be done doneupon donecpon doneupon
upon the basis of the principles followed out in the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management of the forest reserves It may be per permissible permisslblt permlsslblc ¬
missible to detail very briefly the practice followed followedAt
At the end of every grazingseaon grazlnse On the stand of ofgrasses ofgrasses ofgrosses
grasses and the general condition of tnV u thi l range is isascertained isascertahed
ascertained In Colorado the matter is then discussed discussedat di8Cu8 d I
I at public meetings between betw n the stock growers ruvenr and the thegovernment thegGvemment thegovernment
government officials Where > the growth of grasses raaetl is isthin isthin I
thin and scant the nuiiber ru b r of head is reduced ftdu where wherean i iI
an increase of numbers pastured pasturdifladmls8lbleaftin pasturdifladmls8lbleaftinffease m admissible an In Increase increase ¬
I crease is allowed The range is then divided in such sucha
I a manner as to give preference in the following order ordera
a Stock of reserve residents b stock of persons personsowning p personsowning r80n8 r80n8I
I owning farms or ranches In the reserve but not no re residing re reI residing ¬
siding IIldtn thereon th reon c stock belonging in the vicinity of ofof ofof ofof
I of the reserve known as neighborhood stock d dstock dI dstock
stock coming from a considerable distance from the thereserve tbere thereserve
I reserve reserveThe re erveI reserveThe
I The aim being to alloweach settler in the reserve reservea
a sufficiency 8UfIlc DeJ of winter range and to keep the out outsiders ootsiden outalders ¬
alders from intruding upon it much bickering occurs occursat occurst occursat
at t these meetlnjrs meeU feat the result is on the whole wholethat wholethat hole holet
that t t each mac 1a obtains hfarhonpe hI bee ranee nae which he may mayagain mayagain
again receive during the swoe succ4tng edm years as it is iseasier 18eaSIer iceasier
easier to retain the tbecattlepan cattle upon the lands to t which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the animals have ifcooso ne MtshnMr 1tta It is thus made madethe madethe madethe
the interest of each owner ow to t improve ve as much as aspossible aspo8tble aspossible
possible the stand of hip hi grssneii graae Arrangements ts are arealso arealso arealso
also made vndejr 4beylsjsw sleeeM ff feestate aU and a the rules ruleso rulHat rulesof
o at 4hes h county e and andtate state msaei srn BrBfs 1 1 jsf foe the return returnof returnof returnof
of tt M tb Stray stock to the proper earners ers These meet meeting meetlop meetlngp ¬
ing lop have been He found a to be of the t greatest value lue to toall toaU toall
all tadMefted 1D ined1nd < and Dd haved v 6 d dc < g > e more ret to t beep the peace peacebetween peacet peacebetwee
= between tifettle ttb t men afsl a d sheep men than is Istct cct present presentunderstood p presenteii4tood nt ntADd
understood lad theytae obviated a good od deal of oftalk oftalJt oftblk
talk atoout aJio hot t fli n a atepinagement Wtrary wanagement t jrf toreaj bres re reseryes re reea reerres
seryes ea Of cojfrseiso long I as cif4aterst tere aha shea actu actuate act acta actuate ¬
ate a mankind iRallldDdttiere there will bedeputes be between nerd own owners OWDera owncrane ¬
era crane ers as to range ID area aM Front O fn thO days cia ays of tmtKyatriarchs tmtKyatriarchsto
tJtrtarcbll tJtrtarcbllto
to the present time there lIan nave seen D dUBtewles cU Nea to tobe toI tobe
be overcome boundaries and right to springs and andwater andter andwater
water ter courses cou to be adjusted but upon the whole wholeit
I it is properly claimed that the system adopted adopt i Is fair fairand fairand fairand
and that if carried out without too much rigidity It Itmust Itmut Itmust
must succeed in settling In an equitable and perfectly
legal manner the disputes which naturally Dat1lrall arise ariseDESTRUCTIVENESS artRDE8TBUCTIVENESSO atlasDESTRUCTIVENESSO
DESTRUCTIVENESS DESTRUCTIVENESSOSheep OF SHEEP SHEEPSheep SRJrEPSbeep
Sheep and goats ia have been exduded from many re reserves re reserves reserves ¬
serves because e of the da damage done toy t y these ani animals animals aidmali ¬
mals to the young < growth Sheep me mea of course de deny deny deny ¬
ny the justice ju tlce of the stand taken or the fact that any anydamage anydamage II IIdam
damage dam does occur But the appearance a appeua ef any an sheep
> lllli llllico iiii = C Ccountry
country co ntry demonstrates the fnct f factthat that wheryver r erwer tV h liare i iare Iare =
are allowed 40 o roam the th feticides aall ldes became beta mc bine bill ho re rethat n nthat L Ltbat <
that the reproduction of timber ceases n Coloraio Coloraiopractical Coloralpractical fJloraf o opractical
practical method appears to have been found fo and of a 1oi 1oiIng < n nIng i iing
Ing an unjust discrimination d mln3tion Flock owners ownerskeep usutl usutlkeep l4tLdktp
keep their herds within their own territory trrior until trltllambhig ti tilambhig tho tholambhlg >
lambhig season Wa on is over tln tlwy y then drivo dr1 taem timnig thltl tIiruthe J
the reserve to the ranges upon public latfis abo abovc tj tjtimber IJUmber iltimber
timber line where the grasses are very nutritious IB IIIhere < t5where i iwhere
where here may be found the natural home of the thesheep t hed hedaheep rh rhsheep
sheep It Is hought that in this manner toe t ae highuxi highuximay ttighdMimay highaiKmay
may be utilized without dttrtment to th ti interests intereststhe 1ntErfathe Intere Interethe <
the country COuntr at large it is certain that th 1 t nothing nbthingn nbthin ba babeen
been n heard lately of range wars ars between betwe II cattc cntt me1 me1and 1 1and i iand
and sheez > men menAs melLAe menAs
As to game < ame preservation p rvaUon the law prescribesU prescribesUforest proscribe prfllcribeforest t tforest
forest officers of the tb United States must < t enforce th thstate Qstate thstate
state game laws This is supposed to men m n that If ttviolatloa Ifviolation Ifviolatloa <
violatloa of the game a1t or fish fi h laws ones > to the thtof Potic Poticof PCof
of a United states tates ranger raJg I he must rciwt the ttaefact ttaefactto ISact ISactto ci cito
to the nearest l state game warden wardenForest AardenForest AnrdfOnForest
Forest officers offit have no power to make arrests ar aDd an1It aaOIt aDdit
It is much to be hoped that no such 8u h power may ever everbe ftebe
be conferred upon them A forester fo ter has hn too much to todo tndo todo
do to trouble about game gar rot antf an the hunting seasor seasorusually semaoiusually I Iusually
usually brings into the th mountains su Iud < h a number a acampers t tcampers f fcamper
campers as to make the watching watcbln or their fires firesgrievous 1IreIIgrievous flr a agriewus
grievous burden to him Ii I n the caster e ea ster tr Ofrlorado > Ic iFeserves Ic1ierYe8 icserves
serves rangers rang do not carry firearm the tl e laud Is eeji eejisidered CMIiaslder oqrnsider
sidered sider d d the heritage of th the < people at tth large to tplotted be ex exploited onplolted ¬
plotted under the proper regulations fer the beat beilfllltot beilfllltottwee ofthose of ofthose
those entitled to them the few game animals heteg hetegentirely 6IDaenU eg egentirely
entirely enU y under the care < are of the t be state stat t law lawPERMIT I IPERMI1f kwa kwaPERMITS
PERMIT FOR TIMBKH Pct CtfltTtNG CtfltTtNGRoads CIJDILNGRoads G GRoad
Roads and trails are being made under the rules ruleslaid Adelllaid ruleslaid
laid down by b law wherever necessstr n arises State StatEand StOteaad Stateand
and county reads trsver the Colorado do reserve ftrotti ftrottiend fioniend
end d to end While illegal illegal cutting of timber Is 11Ihtbiteod pro prohibited pohlbltd ¬
hibited 50 p per r cent more freeuse f ase permits have been lleenISllUed beenissued oeenissued
issued than have been taken advantage adv tace of Mr Kim Kimball IOmII Kimbell
ball II says that to the ncvpted t ted theories tI of forest pro protection protection protection ¬
tection and the avowed purposes 8d of forest reservation reservationas re
as 5 popular objection is i striowtiy rI 7 opposed It la nought Issousbthere lstuughthere noughthere
here to demonstrate dfmon trate that an n effort dort at any ay rate is isbeing IsbeID isbeing
being beID made to toarr carry out at the law tn letter and d In laspirit Inilplrlt Inipirit
spirit and that there ia little occasion occ slon tn fact for forthe torthe forthe
the anticipations of evil vii in which Mr Kimball Jtlmballla Indulges IndulgesIn u uID
In Colorado the federal red raI and state authorities aut ritiea > work In mharmony Inbannony inharmony
harmony and there has been no frl friction tIoDTIIe Tb The state statehas statehas te tehas
has endeavored to make its regulations conform to the theforest tJaet theforest
forest t rules s of the interior department and that ac action actiosi r rtIGo ¬
tion being voluntary certainly indicates l tcntt1l that t there is isno IsDO isne
no absolute harshness in these t forest rule ree Andthe Andtheagricultural A Andtheagricultural ttte tttecultural
agricultural cultural department nt is now engaged e iaimportent iaimportentwork iIIimpor In important importantork c t twork
work ork to determine the value of thetttate timber u MBsds MBsdsIt ldsft s sIt
It would not be very V rr difficult to establishsimilar establish iu1i1nr re relations relatione relatbons ¬
lations elsewhere elsewhereIf
If the forest reserve regulations latlon an to be pmbod pmbodled fm fmIed mnodled
led in concrete form formfn In specific c tegisintiost htt H Ita is thought thousrhtthat thoughtLhat
that but little change can be made in taese rules Jt3 asthey 3 3they
they now stand stan HENRY RY MICHKIrfTEN I
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will be kicked unceremoniously to the dim but Joyous past a and ndrobabIy d probably WWI not notbe notberosurrected notberesurrected be beresurrected
resurrected II tillsummer till su summer nier comes again So tfhile while > < h the snovd snowkes akea kea are re hurrying and aNIacurryilg andscurrying svJ svJscurrying
scurrying acurryilg through the air When all nature aturetak takes es on the garb grbof of Winter when the th froet froetglistens froetgti frostglistonson
glistens gti glistonson tenson on the Window pane panethen then it is high time We give thought to the era of faa festivity mtivity faativity ¬
tivity which is almost al 06t upon us Thanksgiving With wj its breath of ofJiberty liberty and Pvlrftan Pvlrftanism l Irltan Irltanmm n nism
ism its odor of roast beef and Well browned brownedtuil turkey oy its delicious side dUhes diheaantland diheaantlandother ancl and andother
other things make us think life is i still Worth lining and We are are on handto han to fit fitstomach the thestomach thestomach
stomach with proper pr per refreshment and if you want ft bargain counter pickups this Week Weekjust weeljust wesl wesljust
just glance down the list and sal sect act your holiday holi holidpjrefreshiment refreshment
WHISKIES WHISKIESCROWN WHISKIESCROWN WHISKIESCROWN
CROWN OF KENTUCKY KENTUCKYOREKN KENTUCKYOamBN KENTUt7KYGREEN
GREEN RIVER RIVERMARYLAND IlIVERMARYLUYD RIVERMARYLAND
MARYLAND CLUB CLUBHUNTOTR CLUBHUNlmt CLUBHUNTER
HUNTER RYB RYBYELLOWSTONK RYBYELLOWSTOKJili RYEYELLOWhTONE
YELLOWSTONK YELLOWSTONKOLD
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CANADIAN CLUB CLUBGOODERHAM CLUBGOODERHAM CLUB000flERRAM
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RIESLING RIESLINGSAUTERXStC RIESLINGAUTEJ14 RIFLINGSAtTTERJtES
SAUTERXStC SAUTERXStCCHABUS AUTEJ14 AUTEJ14CHABLIS SAtTTERJtESCRABLIS
CHABLIS CHABUSZINFANDBL CHABLISZINF CRABLISZINFANDL
ZINF ZINFANDLBURGUWDZ ZINFANDBL ZINFANDBLBURGUNDY ANDEL ANDELBURGUNDY
BURGUNDY BURGUNDYST BURGUWDZST
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PORTS AND ANDSHERRIES ANDSHERRlDiJ ANDSHERRTh
SHERRIES
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GREAT WESTERN WESTERNPAUL WESTELIf WESTELIfPAUL I IPAUL
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Delinquent Notice NoticePERUVIAN NoticePERUVIAN NoticePERUVIAN
PERUVIAN CONSOLIDATED D MINING MININGcompany KlNLfGeompanyLocation MININGeompanyLocation
company eompanyLocation Location of principal prinel place ot otbusiness otbU1lin ofbusiness
business bU1lin Salt Lake City Utah Notice NoticeThere NotlceThere NoticeThere
There are delinquent upon the following followingdescribed followl followldellCrtbed followingdescribed
described stock on account of oft assess assessment assesSt ¬
ment t No M 10 levied on the 3d day of Octo Octooer Octoher I
1 er oer 1303 the several amounts set oppo opposite oppusite ¬
site the names of the respective share shareholders shareholds ¬
holders bold as follows followsI follOWltNo followlo
No No NoCert NoCert NoCert
Cert x Name Shares Amt AmtZI Amtif
27 if Jacob P Ferrill GOO 37 i iJacob SO
28 Jacob P Ferrill WO o oa 7 60 SOJacob
2 a Jacob P Ferrill fiOO 00 7 50 50Jacob
30 Jacob P Ferrill P rrlll EOO 7 60 60M 8Jacob
M 4 Jacob JacobPFerrill P Ferrtll 180 270 270l iO iO2S1
231 l W W Rivera 3000 4500 t5 4500W 80 80II
233 W W Rivers 20 2000 ou SO 00 00SSI eGW 00w
SSI W W Rivers 1000 tf 11Z34
234 W W Rivers JOOO IS 5 to tom
236 W W wRlven Rivers 1000 15 W
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236 6 W W Rivers 1000 ISM 15 eo eo2r
237 W W V Rivers eoo ee 0 is 1510 00
238 W W Rivera 1000 1500 1500U 1500U 5 00 i iu
U W W Rivers IOU 160 160IS is
IS W W River 300 I 3 W
35 W Vo Rivers 200 300 a 00
81 1 W V W Rivers 45 68 68m t
142 W W V Rivers 114 11 1 71 71no
210 W W Rivers m rr 100i M 00t > 15 11 j 00 ot
218 21 W W V RIvers 1000 15 IiaDd 1 W Mand esand
and in accordance with the law and an anorder anordcr anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe
the 3rd day of October 1903 so many manyshares manyhares manyshares
shares of each parcel of said stock as asmay asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold BOSdat Jit t public publicauction publicauction publicauction
auction at the office of the secretary 276 276Main rcMain 270Main
Main street Salt Lake City Utah on onWednesday onI ontdneeday
I Wednesday Wedne diiY the 18th day of 0 ofNovembor ofNovembor1903k November < r rat
1903 1903k at 9 oclock p m to pay P delinquent delinquentassessments deinq deinquentassessments nt nte
assessments e nta together with the cost of ofJ ofJv ad advertising a1vertlaing ¬
vertising v r lnc and expense of sale saleADAM aleADAK saleADAM
ADAM SNYDER Acting Secy SecyNotice SecyNotice SecyNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentELEPHANT AasessmentELEPHANT AssessmentELEPHANT
ELEPHANT GOLD SILVER MIN MINing MI MIIn MIStug
tug In company Principal place of business businessSail businealilt businessSalt
Sail Lab City Utah Location ol min DOhio mines minesOhio s sOhio
Ohio mfg district Piute county i UDty Utah UtahNotice UtahNoti UtahNotice
Notice Noti is hereby given that at a meeting meetingo
o of the board of directors of the Elephant ElephantGold ElephantGold ElephantGold
Gold a Sliver Minim company held at atSalt ttSalt 8tSalt
Salt I LakE ake City Oct 28 1903 an assess SIteIJI assessmert
1 mert of on one > 1 cent per p < r share was levijd levijdupon leviJtI leviodopTh
upon u > n the fapitnl stock of the company companyi toomp companyiM1Pl < I1Y I1YiVl1f
I i iVl1f iM1Pl j > n > > d and aO outstanding lItstaJJdi11 paynbie unirir unirirUMktely immft tmrr tmrrI
t UMktely to J4 L F Murray irra seurcuuy ae l4Uu and MJlGc
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treasurer of said company < at rooms 23f 1
240 Commercial club building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity I ICity
City Nab Any stock upon which this thisassessment th111uaeasmcnt thisassessment
assessment may remain unpaid on the hrt hrtday atday 1stday
day of Deeenber I IS03 351 will be delinquent delinquentand
and advertised for sale I at public auction auctionand auctionand auctionand
and unless payment i 1M made before no nomany somany I
many shares of each parcel of such stock stockas sto stockas 1t 1tas
as may be necessary will be sold on the thegist theUst the21st
gist day of December 1903 1 19 at U oclock oclocka
a m n of said day to pay toe tlIedellJlquent tlIedellJlquenta delinquent delinquentassessment 400Iquentasseesmeat I
assessment a thereon together tog tber with the thecosts theCOlla thecost
costs of advertising and expenses eXpeD etI of sale saleDated sueDated
Dated this 2 ah tb day of October pK pKM jaM EoM
M F MURRAY MURRAYSecretary KUtRA MUHRAYSecretary Y YSeentary I
Secretary Elephant Gold A Silver Mining Miningcompany KlDlnceoIIqIft Miningcompany
company rooms 239MO 39 Commercial club clubbuilding clubbuUdlJac clubbuilding
building Salt Lake City Utah UtahHottee UtahNOtice
NOtice 1 tIee of Special Stockholders Meet Meetins Xeettac
ins insSECURITY hag tacSECURITY
SECURITY ABSTRACT COMPANY COMPANYNotlee roMP ANT ANTNotlee
Notlee la hereby given en that 5eie < win be bea bea
a special s lal meeting of the stockholders hoIders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Security Abstract company a cor corporation corI cotporstion ¬
poration of the state of Utah at the theoffice theomce theoffice
I office of the Utah Savings ft Trust com company comi cornpan ¬
i pany Jlinj pan at No 160 South Main street Suit SuitLake SaltLak SitLa1t9
Lake La1t9 City Utah on Monday November November30th1808 Nov November30th mber mber3Otbo
30th1808 3Otbo 1908 at 4 oclock p m of said Id day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The business to be transacted at said saidmeeting saidmeetIDg saidmeeting
meeting Is the election of a board of nine ninedirectors ninedirectors ninedirectors I
directors to serve for the year ending the thefirst tbeflnt thefirst
first Monday in October m mPresident l1IOIJAMES 1101JAMES
JAMES H MOYLE MOYLEPre MOYLEPresident
President Pre lde t of Said Corporation CorporationH CorporationI CorporationLI
I H B WINDSOR WINDSORB8T VVIND VINDOR VINDORESTABLISHED OR ORESTABLISHED
ESTABLISHED B8T BLISHED BLISHEDI Ws WsGeneral 1 1General
General Insurance Insuranceand Insuranceaod insurancemd
I and Adjusting AdjustingaeWBST djustingI
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McCORNICKCO McCORNICKCOBANKERS McCORNICK CO COBANKERS cciBANKERS
BANKERS BANKERSSALT BANKERSSALT
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WESMEDIEYCO WESMEDIEYCOINSURANCE w ys E SMEDLEY co coIINSURANCEI GOL1NSURANI
IINSURANCEI IINSURANCEIoSee INSURANCE INSURANCEOffice
Office 142 JCaln aiJi Street CUpetafamJ CUpetafamJRepresenting tJpIItattaare IIpStRIThRepresenting
Representing are ntlnlr the Following Weil Knows
CanuMUiies CanuMUiiesCommercial CweaCommerdal COmsanleacommercial
Commercial Union Assurance AssuraacCo AuWllCltCo
Co of Lesson S 3 ffes404 X M M
London Assurance JI Corporation 2 2000 0000ft as f
Phoenix Assurance Co of Lon London LeaMtheelsr ¬
Mtheelsr don 150JO 15 15n
Maachoster n 1MtIIter Insurance Co O of ofKaglaad ofJ1IIgIaad ofig1sad
Kaglaad ig1sad lOoeoAM ioo M eseeerltn
AMerican AMeriCU eeerltn P ftUadel Pi1adlpbia > Uad phia 250CLOW 2 2Naw M
New York Underwriters 1225aJt 1 > 00
Standard Accident Accidentins Ins Co o oLeases TrlTflHsl n nLOSMB
Leases paW pa tkroasii thaRhhMAgsa thaRhhMAgsaexceed ttria tgiarj
i exceed 500000 350QJMQSILVER 500000SILVER 500000SILVER
SILVER QUEEN QUEENM1NING MINING COMPANY COMPANYPrincipal COMPANYPrincipal COMPANYPrincipal
Principal office oti e room ft Commercial Commercialblock Commercialblock
block Salt Lake City C Utah UtahNotice Notice otlct Is Ishereby Isherf Isherohy
hereby herf Y lven that at a meeting of the theboard theboard
board of directors of the Silver Riv r Queen QuemMining Que QueenMining
Mining company held h ld on ths th lAh day > f fOctober rOctot fOtoIr
October Octot > r 19J3 an assessment of onefourrh onefourrhcent O1tfnur1hcent
cent Vi per share was levied upon the thecapital theapltaI
capital pltal stock sto of said corporation co raUon pay payable p paysUe r ¬
able forthwith to John W w Burton the thesecretary he hesecretary
secretary of said company at room C CCommercial CCcmJDerc1a1 l lCcrnmercial
Commercial block Salt Like City C1t UtaM UtaMAny Cia CiaAnv iaAn
Any An stock upon which this l assessment assessmentmcV aJlaes asaessmettmy met
mcV my remaii unpaid on tIle 25tb lb da dat < > f fNovember rNov fNovember
November Nov mber 1905 wilt be dpliaquent and ad advertised ¬
vertised for sale at pub auction a nd adunless ndunle > d dunless
unless s payment is mad > fore so many manyshares ma mahaMJI manyahares
shares of each panI pan < I < such stok as asmy u ube s smay
my be necessary nec 31ny will tit h sold on the th Jth Jthday lh lhof thday
day of December i UI u3 at 1 oclock p tn tnof niof 1 1of
of said Id day to pay tne dellnaueit as a assc asscme y yaient Imeftt >
aient me t thereon together with the th thadvertising < i > st t s of ofadvertising 0fadverttslnc
advertising and expenses of ciDated f sale saleDated IMe IMeDated
Dated this 80th day of Otoo Otobr < < r ISKtt ISKttJOHN 1 1JOHN 1OIJOHN
JOHN W V BURTON BURTONSecretary BURTiSfcrtuy BURTINSecretary
Secretary Silver Queen Qu n Mining romri romriroom CornTtreom fmp fmpTom
room Si Commercial block Sat S SItClt t lj ljCity LJClt
City Clt Utah
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