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H ' '. The Day In thine, also (he Night is thine; thou
'il , IinH prepared the Light and the Sun, I'unlmB,
' . 74-10.
H ! WORLD'S GREATEST WAR AND THE NEWS-
B Ah tho first nnnlveranry of tho beginning of
m tho great wnr nnpronchus It began July 29, 1014
m it may bo timely to reflect upon the great
m , chango that han como over tho appearance of the
H newspapers of our country. If you will take up
m last ycar'n volume of any nownpaper you will be
B struck by tho nbflence of tho bold headlines which
H nmrk tho editions n they come from the press
K today. There Is nn nbsenco of the scnsntionnl.
B Tho nffnlrs of tho world seemed to bo moving
nmoothly ovor their well oiled wny. Politics and
- local dlHastcrs seemed to bo the only news worth
B Then suddenly tho wholo world structure bIuicI-
f dcred. Tho nssnssin's shot that killed tho Alts-
M trian archduko touched off tho spark that set the
B(! ' world aflame. Tho immediate result, as far as
m f tho "dress" of tho newspaper was concerned, was
m I the appearance of issues which shrieked tho mo-
jf mentous news to tho world. If sensationalism
yj1 4 was over Justified it was justified by tho out-
HwifN break of tho great war. Nothing so tremendous'
m In tho history of tho world had over happened.
M Nothing so tremendous, it is safo to say, will over
M Iiappcn again. Most pcoplo did not grnsn the
m - , enormity of tho situation. Most of them do not
W , even grasp it today. It is too much for tho brain
of an individual.
V ' i Tho cataclysm that overwhelmed Europe
, , meant tho destruction of hundreds of thousands
fs1 ' of llvosUlio wounding and mniming of millions,
M the tlisruption of tho order of nf fairs as they had
M , existed for mnny decades and, in a great ninny
) enscs, as they had existed for centuries. Husi-
L tc h1 ncss camo to a standstill, nnd when it did not ac-
K H "t tually ccaso it was u secondnry consideration.
V r . Tho pcoplo of Europe, tho cradlo of modern clvil-
iV . ization. gave themselves un to war. !
B Is it any wonder, then, that the nwvspapcrs
B i ' proclaimed in loud tones tho change that had
M i , como over tho world ? And what will bo tho re-
t i f i suit when tho much to bo desired pence has been
H ( 'j dcclaretl? Will newspaper readers bo satisfied
to view their papers without "screamers?" Will
H i thoy bo satisfied with tho small hcadlino and
' -' with tho unsensntlonal telling of tho news of the
H ' tiny or week? Hero Is an interesting problem
B t with which tho newspaper psychologists can busy
B '. t themselves when tho wnr is over.
H One thing, however. Is certnln. American
H ' newspapers will demand more foreign nows than
B . over before. Thoy will wnnt to wntch closely
H 1 tho regeneration of tho nations that aro now ox-
H , A hntiRting themselves in tho greatest wnr that has
H ' i over been waged on this planet.
B i CANADIAN THISTLE HAS ALSO APPEARED
ilN EASTERN UTAH.
Ogth n Valley, according to Prof. J. II. Pnul, an
authority on weeds, has been invaded by tho
Canadian thlstlo and there Is danger that, if tho
obnoxious intruder Is not killed off without de
lay, tho entire valley will bo lost to high cultiva
tion by tho spread of tho weed. Eight years ago,
Professor Paul sounded n warning against tho
Russlnn thistle, at thnt tlmo issuing a pamphlet
describing the weed nnd urging farmers to or
ganize and fight It. Today tho Russian thlstlo
is In possession of much of Sand Rldgo south of
., , Ogdcn nnd Is sprendlng throughout tho stnte.
H 1 3 I Tho IUissinn thlstlo is n serious drawback, but
B ' t , tho Canadian prickly plant is an absoluto menace
' j $ to nny farming community in which it tnkes root,
lit "nys Ogdcn's Standard. It cannot successfully
Jyjf bo plowed up and must bo smothered by tho total
B Ejl i cxclusio'n of sunlight, a Iicavy coating of mnnutd
Si 1 , serving that purpose. There Ih not n more dev-
m Si, I ' aatating growth known to farming than the Can-
i 3w , ndian thlstlo and our farmers should rally, as
B 'ljj1 thoy would were their homes on fire, and, organ-
I ' izing, proceed to not only check tho destroyer,
KM c. ', but eliminato it, root and all.
B "' ( There aro two other places in Utah whero tho
' Canadian invasion has been discovered on a
farm in Salt Lako county and in Provo in Utah
(J, county. The thlstlo in Ogdcn Valley was found
VJ' , ;t on the land of Lars Peterson in Huntsvillo and
1 ' J) has been traced to an importation of flower seed.
B ft At n meeting recently, tho pcoplo of Huntsvillo
J volunteered to co-opernto in destroying tho weed.
' A Would It not bo well for tho fnrmers of the
fri state to awaken to the importance of getting rid
1 of weels of every description?
B lijl Since tho board of county commissioners has
";l refused to lend nny financial aid towards the
Ih t Carbon-Emery fair this fall, why cannot the busi-
: 4 3 neaa men and citlzenB generally of Carbon county
Mi get together nnd organize a company? In other
H Mi flections of the country this is done and after u
m fl time stock in these associations become dividend
H i J payors. The present board of county commis-
B , ,1 sioners will not bo in office forever, nnd as soon
i ' ; na xy ?ro Put ut or perhnps when they hnvo
- q A realized how small is their action, a chango will
H i H come over the "spirit of their dreams." Wo can-
MJj 7 not afford to discontinue tho Carbon-Emery fair.
" i h JL
ANOTHER WILLIAM M'KINLEY WANTED
IN THE WHITE HOUSE.
Whon William McKInley entered the White
House on March 4, 1807, after four years of dem
ocratic national control, the session of congress
to undo the prosperity wrecking and deficit mak
ing laws of the preceding four years was the first
thing determined upon.
He had the new congress In session Mnrch
IRth, had a protective bill through the house
March Hist and had it enncted into law on July
24th. In other words, In less than five months
time the Wilson-Gorman law was off the statute
books nnd n prosperity making law was substitu
ted without the loss of valuable time. Manufac
turers and business men responded with enthusi
asm to the new prospects, and there followed the
greatest era of Industrial development the coun
try ever knew.
President McKinley realized his duty as the
"advance agent of prosperity." Ho had no fear
of congress in extra session. "The pcoplo have
only recently voted thnt this (a protective tariff
enacted) shall be done," he declared in his inau
gural, "and nothing is more binding upon the
agents of their will than the obligation of imme
The McKinley example of prompt achievement
Is precisely what the people today are determined
shall bo followed by the republican president sure
to enter the White House on March 4, 1017. His
name is of no great consequence, but his purpose
is, and the more closely it parallels the McKinley
wny of quickly restoring prosperity, the more
emphatic will be the majority vote cast for him
in tho election of 101G.
Kentucky, famous for its pretty women, fine
horses and good whiskies, but nearly all of whose
counties have gone "dry," Is threatened with
state wldo prohibition next November. The
"drys" claim they hove the voles to carry tho
state. Hut the "wets" claim first blood. Tho
republican state convention, just held, refused
to put n prohibition plnnk in the platform, and by
a vote of twenty-one hundred to one hundred and
sixty declared for the existing county option sys
tem. The republican candidate for governor, to
bo selected in n primary election in August, will
hnvo to make his campaign on this platform.
Tho democrats do not hold their convention until
August, after the republican primary, but it is
predicted thnt they will also declare for tho coun
ty unit law and against state wide prohibition.
In an Indianapolis (Ind.) letter to the Louis
ville Courier-Journal this statement nppears:
"Tho progressive party In Indiana today is on the
threshold of becoming nn active adjunct of the
democratic party. Jackson Boyd of Greencastle,
a former democratic mnnbor of the Indiana sen
ate, is chairman of the partv, Edward C. Toner,
the former state chairman, having resigned nnd
gone back to tho republican party. Edwin M.
Lee of Ijiwrenceburg, the first state chairman
tho party had, is still within it and is in favor,
It Is said, of turning the entire organization over
to tho democrats, rather than see tho machinery
of the party go to the republicans."
I ho Sun is in receipt of n communication from
someone nt Wellington severely criticising the
board of county commissioners in the matter of
tho road work being done in that section of the
county thnt is worthy of publicntion had tho
writer only attached his or her name. The Sun
absolutely will not publish anonymous communi
cations. Tho nomo of the writer is wanted, not
for publication, but as showing good faith.
Whether some of.tho people of Carbon county
agree with him or not. others give credit to
Sheriff Henry for nn enforcement of tho laws as
he finds them on tho statute books. "I did not
make them, but was elected to enforce them,"
says thnt officer. Ten o'clock closing of saloons,
ronmrks the sheriff, does not mean ten minutes
after 10 o'clock. All aro to be treated alike.
Tho Sun hasn't tho honor of tho gentleman's
acquaintance, but this fellow Dunlevey must bo
n kind of "all purpose" cuss. Besides his numer
ous positions under the board of county commis
sioners, tho county surveyor nnd others It Is
noticed thnt he has been retained bv the town of
Helper. Just how many jobs ho's holding down
at tho present tlmo It would take something of n
mathematician to figure out.
Down tit Green River some of tho narrow con
tracted ones are boycotting Editor Miller of tho
Dispatch for fancied wrongs, which they will in
time find out to bo a mistake. Miller and Jiis
newspaper have done more, and aro still doing
more, to keep that section of the state before tho
country than nny hundred men who would put
him nnd his publicntion out of business If they
President Wilson does not hesitnto to sny "I
nm not a business man." Still, ho hns been very
"forward" telling real business men how busi
ness should bo done. He is one of those theorists
who knows how everything Bhould be done, but
can t do it himself. His theories are almost as
beautiful as socialism and work about the same
Prlc T.Iver Valley is becoming as famous for
Its products of farm, garden and orchard ns Is
Carbon county for Its coals and coke. Lands nnd
water nro now chenper, values considered, than
they will ever be agnln. Tho man who wants a
farm or tract of land is making the mistake of
his life in not acquiring it now.
Th? ,Sun m tno elRnt wceks lt lma en pub
lished has put on more than two hundred and
fifty new subscribers The Sun's books are open
to any advertiser or prospective advertiser. The
Sun courts comparison with any weekly news
paper published anywhere in Utah.
At uny rate if you're looking for a job from the
Carbon county court house ring It would do no
particular harm to intimate that you're from
Let us hope that we aro having tho last of the
Thaw case. Ditto Albert Geddcs Eccles.
ME ACCEDED TO
STHItfH IX SOUTH WAMW CO.U
rnsi.iH is .sinrMin.
Term Arrlwil At Tliroujili Hie I'ffort
of I.tojiMicorgc Hulxtaiitlnl In
initx of Wane ami Mnnr Con
itmIoih Ornntcil to tlio Striker
I'rom the llrllMi (linoniincnt.
LONDON, July 21. The South
Wnlea coal miners hae accepted the
terma agreed upon cterday and the
atrlke therefore la definite!) at an end
Throughout the ronl field there
an overwhelming majorlt) In favor of
the aettlcment Work In the mine
will lie rcHumcd nt once Iloth aldea
hap promised the government to ex
ert ver effort to make up for the
Divld l.lojd-Cleorge, mlnlMcr of mu
nition and to vvhoae effort tho end
ing of the atrlke Is largely due, ap
peared In the conference hall In Car
diff after the declnlon had heen reach
mi and received an enlhimlaatlo wel
come I'renldent Wlnntono of the
miner' federation declared that
l.tojd-deorge nnd hi colleague had
performed a great service for the
miners of the empire vvho were now
prepare! to do ever thing pollle to
lirlng the war to a speed) termina
tion I.liil-tlcorgi to Minor.
I.to)d-Ueorge addressed the miner,
expressing sincere Joy that the men
had decided to go buck to work with
hint and hi colleagUM "to fight the
common enem)." lie added-
"A week of enormous value ha
heen lost to thl country. It Is out)
gradually dawning on it how Ire
mendou Is the struggle In which we
are engaged Kven now t nm not sure
that we fully reallie what will lie It
effect on the whole course of human
The coal fields of I'm lire nre now
In the hands of the enemy. I'rmirv
depends upon )ou for coal. I'lve ves
sels from Trance lie In Cardiff Imrlxir
waiting for their tMinker to lie filled
nnd I nm going to ask you to make
up for the lost time nnd allow the
democrac) of Prance that )oti nre
priiared to assist her In the struggle
for the freedom of the world
"I want )oti to work, moreover, for
the sake of tho llrltlsh navy Hll it
"linkers. It means nn Inviolate llrl
Uln, the exlsttnce of which make II
ImiMJMllilp for tin Hermans to despoil
the Welsh pool ftlds a they have the
oal Meld of l-rnncc.
War Mtunlloii Svrlnu..
Peace nt home Is essential. I nm
rlik nt heart nt the necesslt) of cull
Ing attention to the gravlt) of the
pntltlon, hut the situation Is suffl-
lenll) rcrlou to mil fur the united
aitlou of evity mini and woman In
the whole land.
We have sent the men to the front
Support them. If we do so we shall
win n victory for Kuropenn IIUerD
which will resound through the ages."
The miners cheered vvlldl) na l.lojil
Oeorge concluded hi speech nnd left
WYOMIMJ COAL MINIS I'llti:
t'.U'hKh ADOPT 7.V0OO LOSS
ItOCK HIMIINCIB, Wyo.. July 21
1'lrs destro)cd the tipple of No. 2
mine of the Central Coal and Coke
eomiwii) Inst night It wus reduced
to n mas of scrap Iron. destro)lng
several thousand dollars worth of ma
ihlner). ii isu several col nnd stock
cms. and the mauwu) entrance to the
mine Klvo hundred men are thrown
out of emilo)inut ns a result of the
fire The dam gea nre estimated nt
nlout st.nt).fiw thousand dollars.
Dr II II (loetiman seuired Judg.
inenl In JiimIic Hammond' court es
tenia) l fore n Jur) ngalnst J A. 1W
s)the In thl. sum of u hundred dollar.
Ho hud sikhI fr 1:99 00 on nreount of
u heating plant contmct. whhh It was
claimed wn not fulfilled h I'orsjthe
and which was to do with Dr Ooetil
Krlik flundrrson was here thU
morning from Ml. Pleasant on hi wn
to lllnek Hawk, where he I to ,
some work for the coal ii.miHinv
the carpenter line
Joseph Jones, butcher and grocr
MM closed fr u ,,ne ,,, Wt.ek ,,j t
Utah C relit Men's association He I
open again, however
ID THOSE TAKING
1 .hTI,2 mJ0f't f sulHurll.ers to
The Sun desire that It shall not
ho discontinued when their sul.-
sirlptlon. expire Thl I, ,,.e
reason wh If jou want The Sun
UUeontlnued to our ,?"
when the period for which wT
ment Is made has expired joJ
me asked to notlf, the pul luiier J
by card. Iettr or personal. , J
us w,y ,0 t0, Th0 fc
not be sent longer than It 1 I
'r. If It I the desire that It I,
discontinued and so not" the I
publisher. One aubscrlbir got
angry I' we stop hi paper. vvMe t
want The Sun "topV " 0U J
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X so-called "Incurable" ailments, brain, nerve nnd spl. '
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I See The Chiropractic Baby
I At Our Office
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X AT GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
A PRICE, UTAH.
Y FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY.
now to iiksthov ri,Y laitv.u:.
The rcnt ureal nrihlt) In nntlfl)
cutiiimlKiis. combined with the recog
nition of the nxeney of th fly In car
r)ln disease, treated u icreat demand
for some means of dettrtolmt the fl)
In respoiiM to this the Tnlled States
bureau of enlomoloK) conducted n
series of expel Iments for the purpose
of flndliiK n chemical thnt would tie
stro) the lurvae of the house fl) with
out Injuring tho fcrtlllilnic properties
of lis brcedlnK ilari horse manure
The most favorable results were ob
tained l the 111 or liorux and ml-illH-d
colemlnale llolh substantes
nre very edlenelous In tlestro) Intr lar
ne. nnd neither seems to Injure the
value of the inuuure us 11 fertilizer
llornx Is perhaps the most effective
of the two as, after contau with this
ihvmltal, the ckks will not Imtili
The house fl) la)s Us ikks about
nn Inch, or more, below the surface
of the manure, and on account of the
temperature they will hitti h within
one da) To prevent their breeding,
the manure must be chvmlcall) treat
ed Apply .c; pound of borax or 75
pound (Hltlned volemlnnto to evtr)
elKht bushels of manure Immediately
on Its removul from the hrn Kprln
hie. iwrtlLularl) nround the outtr
Ie, with .1 flour Hfter or fine sieve
Oer this IlKhtl) sprinkle two or t ree
Kallons of w,er Mr every .02 pound
tliiate The treatment should bo ru
peated with ever) addition of fresh
manure If the manure Is kepi in
luemiy " "W " ,n'",e '""
.nn'irnnT1'' '""nur" fr,,m l""'"
an be approxlniuled at twelve or flf.
rm","mee,1" rk- A ''" '"I
trom rve to x eenta h, hundred
'"'""I lots. It mko , ,e ,,,, ,f
"'ax p.acthall) ne cent per horse
It h,.MiTi '" UrB" ''unllwi. the i
"t uhuuM be matrlall) lessened
ninirhocu (jiiltkly vutVi
nttnck'or l H?r "K0 ! " n ro '.
iiiru, .. u beentne ho weak thnt
if .sar-cassAeS :
y I was as well a. mer." Obtain '
aide everywhere. Advt u,"n-j.
Kvry,h,nK In eanvoTTTM. Kun.' "
J W Hammond, Manager !
Almtracts of Tltl ?ni .
OoMen Itulo Iimidlnjr.
J I'Uce, Utah. J
VIN1TINO TIIXMS IIIJILVTO
iiv tin: coi, (mi'ji
Kunn)sldo nnd 1'rlce wrntui
land nnd lllawnlhn, rnptttmtp.
Sunday, nnd both trams runt
ftated. I'rlce pla)cd at UUsitii
wnn defeated by the snr tt h
three Hunn)slde pl)d MVi
nnd was defeated six to fits E
nnd CuMIe Onte battled stCwUi
und the latter took the pa,
the score of two to one
und Hunduy Knmes will tipUH
2llh und 25th
Hun mllcta nro one cent i r
Mnke your wants known Ihroeita
Oct the habit of uslnf 8un ifs
I Our policy is neier lo i
X any shop worn goeds. b
; : order to cleau up all ltd
: : oa band wliile there is p)
of lime to get goodorfr
;: this season e are offeraj
', some splcadid bargains a
; 2 doz. Trimmed Hals-lb W
: stales and shapes, $209
3 doz. UBfrimmed sbapc-
; fine straw, Mack and ta
I We also carry a ci
; line er loyal Society Ik
; Also ill colors in cwcW
: celtoN ami tatlln?
Niagara Maid Silk i
; Mack, sand and while,
; gkoes reduced to $1.26
; Ladles Hose Journal pj
i Millinery, Inc.