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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

HF i i H TTETXTlTUroUXTAtN FAlftllSI. AND I.A'NC.rMAN, TUESDAY MOKMXG, "PEimUAKY IS. 1902. 7 H BIG SALE OIL LANDS American Consolidate Oil Company Breaks All Records in Purchase. Uip-s Over One Hundred Thousand Acres in California, Utah, Colorado and Wyoming Fields-Consideration Nearly Six Mil. lion Dollars Utah Property Not to Be Worked at Present. TRIBUNE SPECIAL 1 San Francisco, Cal , Teti IS The gigantic dent In oil propertied which has Just been undo public here between the Chanslor 4- -f Cnnfleld cominny and A t) Duller on the one side, and the Amerlein - -t- Consolidated Oil company on the other, Is the largest transaction ot Its kind on record Ihiciugh that transaction, the one company transfers to the 4- f American Consolidated 10SOOO aues of oil land Bltuatcd In Callfornli, 4 4- Utah, Colorado and W)omlng, for a consideration of 5,S75 0OO. Ot -f t- thin linil i'tdOO acres Is nearly nil In Wyoming 4- Speaking of the traneact.on this evening, A. 11. Uutler, one of the pirtie...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

H . 8 I A DALY-WEST CHANGE m Reincorporation of the Mine H in Colorado. H NO CHANGE BUT IN LOCATION i Manager Bamberger Says That in View of Threatened Lltlgntion They Trefcr to Bo a roielgn Cor- porntion nnd Havo rodcral Courtu Handle Their CnBCSTho Ileport of tho Year's Operation!! nt tho Mlno Hj Makes n Orcat Showing Tlio H Daly's Annual Meeting and Ileport. H'l . H ' An unusual move was made josler- H elnv at the annual storkhciHeta mcet- 1 Ing of the I11 33 est Mining cnmpiny B when a lesolutlon wiib passed authorlz- H Ing the sale of the assets of tho mm- H piny to the Dili 3est Mining torn- H pany. n corporation recently organized 1 under the laws nf the Mini- nf Colorado Hi The new corporation In rnpllntlzed the H . same ns the old company for 000 000. j divided Into 150 00.1 shares of tho vuluo H of J20 a share and Its officers nto A Hj , llanauer pieeldont, A f lltlsJr,3lce B , president Hem MtCornlck, secretary ami treasurer these villi J. A Klrhy B and J 1' Mien arc dire...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

I The iNTER-MouyTAiy Faitmisr and Ranchman, Tuesday Mcmxrsro, Februatiy 18, 1002. 0 ' THE PERSEVERANCE CLUB. BY JAMES ALBERT WALES. boys of the Perseverance Uub voted to hold a fair to help raise s for a clubhouse, anil In carry ut this rroject they were well ns 1 by their mothets, sisters and Klrl ils Everything was ready by the before Christmas, and the fair flven In Mrs. Gladwin's house. All of fancy articles, useful ns well ornamental, had been sewed, el, painted and put together In us wnjs by willing hands, and found a ready sale among sym zlng friends of tho boys. Wilbur itley had painted some cleer po ndvcrtlslng the event, and as all illaga had heird of the new club Is time theie was a large attend Lemonade and cake were served e girls, who were dressed fetch as uallre ses In neat aprons and hundreil and fifty-one dollars 'events -live cents was realized this fair deducting all expenses, i made a handsome beginning for lubhouso fund. The boss passed itlons thanking those who...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

H 10 Tim isTEn-louyTAiy FAittnni axd BAycircrAV, Tuesday Monyryo, February 18, 1902. Hj GOOD 11LAS0N TOR IT. IFmlth Hsv'i Drown Jones t: " seem to hnve more chickens to mil than any thcr home on Hi whnrf hi w In It , liMct ! own Well. I understand tiny hue Just put In a new hatchway. - r H BKAYEST WOMAN IN THE WEST. 'i Mm Htisnn Km the wire or ttic Sheriff of Walla Walla county. Washing- HHB I ten, In th linolne about whom centre a thrilling story H th stiqiiid n Jail delivery the other cloy by holding up noted desperadoes HBBJJ n th p h I of hei revolver Ah it n cognition of the deed the cltliena of the Hj town villi Judge Thoimw II Brents aa their spokesman, hate Juat pteeented H her with i silver spoon, a silver gol lot and a Oliver water pitcher, bearing the III iHiii t jii To the braoat woman In the West " 1-ui t'i kioa la "1 yuira old. Sho In vSeMin born and was brought up on a ranch on the Walla Walla rlvt whin sho harned how to tope a ilwr nnd ride n bronco die courage llier...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

f XHE JUS Tiiilt-LOL MAIN i?'AU,HJ'.R AM) liAOitXA N, 'LLKbDAl MoiLMM), 1'EBltUAKV 18, lOOlJ. 11 H I SKIES IN FEBRUARY. I Eight First Magnitude Stars to Appear Above the I HorizonConstellation of Mighty Orion. B Eight stars of the first magnitude will bo above the horizon at 7 o'clock at the close of the month. Named In the order of their brightness, thej are Skills, I the IViR-Star, below und at the left of Orion, which ivnds before us as we face Hue soutn; Cupella,, the She-eloat, nearly overhead, nigel. In the left foot of Orion, and rietelgeuise, In his right shoulder, 1'iocyon, the I.lttle Dor at tho left, or enst of Hetelgeuse, making It and Slriui u nearlv equal-sided trian gle; Aldibarau, the "Hull's i:e," at tho rlrht of netelgiuso and nt about the tamo altitude, Pollux, tho lower of the two Twins (Oemlnl), now to be seen In tho east at two-thirds of the distance from the horizon to the zenith, Hegulus, the principal star In the old lonstellatlon Leo, which Is now falily nb...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 18 February 1902

H -.o The inteu-AIoum'aix Fahmbk and lU2fcii2.iAS-, Tuesday .MoKyiyG, February 18, 1002. II "FIIK TFMPHH AHY II GUI Lui L 'Unl 'uliU H' ; rowers of Uio Scnntc. H Jn (in article nn ' The Ollorchy of H tho Senate." which ho cnnttlbutcs tn H tho February number of tho North H American Itevlew, Mr. A Maurlto Low K argues Hint Hie Senate) hus gradually H,I taken to Itself power which tho H 1 iramors of the Constitution never In- H ( tended thit branch uf tho intlon.il .j legislature to exortlro. Through nn H I abuse of Its right to amend bllln Hj 1 originating In the Homo of lleprcsent- H ntlves. tho riennto I111 lrl tally as- H j fumed control of the nppinprlntlng H I power, which was Intended to be the H ' exclusive prerogative of thu House Ii H la tho Senate. Mr. Low avers, which H l dominates legislation, tho Houkc hav- H Ing been In effect reduced to ft iirgllgl- H Me quantity F.i en tho President may B " ho made on occasion tn feel Its power, B nn when It rejects u Presidential nnm...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

Vol. T. No. . Salt Laki: City, Utah, Tuesday Morxixg, Fkuouahy l'o, moii. Pincn, Fivi Cents. SPECIAL INTEREST TO FARMER AND STOCKMAN Cows That Do Their Best. mi cess or failure of the dalry- III generally depend very lirge i the hip Hint la given to hln n I nn the comfort nml fnvora .11 lions with rt hi li lip suiiounds ,s flood dalrslng icqulros com t stabling, pi'o.l bedding mi lit, in to cleanliness, imcli en tll will furnish Kood nir, the kind tmenl iif th enw, with, wo xmlse In the open ah, except :ih weuthei Is quite severe, suss u Block lndiciitor. milking Is mi Important tac tile innnngtiuent of lows, for i good low Is prevented from rer best by the unklndncss, or le roughness that Is not meant IS, on the part of the mllkei Iking should be done legutaily 1 hours cull das, milking the i the herd In the same order far as possible by the same The milking should be rap ic as rapldl). Indeed, lis Is con wllli sentient, iind the milker l,el all the milk ciuh time, sc he will llnil...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

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 clo...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

: Tite lNrJ'En-rouxTATy l?Aimn and riAyciTMAy, Tuesday MoitNTXG, fehkuart L'5, 1002. 3 . IRST FIGHT IN SENATE illman and McLaurin Indulge in Rough and Tumble Fight, chfork Senator Made Serious Reflections Upon Honor of His Colleague The Latter Resented Them by Denouncing State ment a Lie Blows Followed Both Senators in Contempt. rashlngton. Feb. 22. Washington' ihday ni signalized In the United tes Sonne by n flat light. The two itors from South Carolina were the Ive participants In the affray. r. Tlllmnn In the course of a speech 11 tho Philippine tariff hill made so is reflections upon the honor of his ague, Mr. McLnurln. In brief, he iged that his vote In support ot the Mention of the treaty of I'arls had i cist thtough tho e-torclso of lin ger Influences. i McLaurin was not In the cham it the time, being engaged In com- Ire work, but he wan sent for, nnd aicd Juit an Mr Tillman conclud. Is speech denounced as a man. Io ai ashes, Mr. McLaurin nrose ddiei the hen.ite, (peaking to ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

-.---- B ; THE INTER-MOUNTAIN wH : rr.imr h heath. PHH i rubllslir und Oeiicial Manager. QH ) Terms of Subscription. Strictly In Ad- 9H I Inter Mountain l'o'rmir und Henchman. !lEH The'saii 'i akWkly TrlOurw. II W Pr H iiiiv. ri:niti'AU as " VxH Tic II uf Committee on Territories ;H j ), -, , i m it report recommending ,VH tni nlnu-slon of Oklahoma (whether tcV! V ( cmihinitlm with the Indian Tcirl- H t 11 ri 1 d Is not Muted), of Nl-v Mem- 7?H n ml if Winona, 1'iububly Congress tft V,: in th" tcpoit rind grunt thn JPIH mlml m ns It ought to . indeed. MH tin I 11" excuse for refuting. Thru H mill v Alnki nH the only Territory, ,H t,ut Hi t l" so I'"""" that two or thrco EB Toil 'i e'tn I"1 made out of It. ElLI ' nitor rhonins Kcnins of Utah KHl w.ll . fi l-'obru.'ry let l tho director H of the t nlled Stntca geologic nl auncy. H "I lull vo It would he highly desirable to m.i I. c ii complete survey uf the Hour l rltci and lis tilbutarlcs, and ugiec with H you th.it It Is one of the ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

tB. The tSTEii-MouyrAiy iAnansw and kanciiman, tuesdav jiot?xtng, Fetiruabv 'Jfi, 1902. 5 H JUESf OF THE NATION i tS pejmnce Henry Reaches New York and Is S Cordially Welcomed. pfl resident Roosevelt Wire the Sailor Prince a Welcome on Behalf SMB of the American People and Admiral Evans Conveys Verbal "fl Welcome for the Country Great Crowds Cheer the Visitor. iijS ttH tHhviislilnirli n. I'en -3 Ti Prince wl-Bi'nr s incs-a8c of uniting sent fiom IHi Kronprlnz off Nantucket the Pres- 'nt replied. "W White House. lVh "1 Prince lien ivw of Prussia. The Iloheuznllern, Now , fKork city Vccept my hoaitlcst gleet-MLw1- on sou! pac ftrrlvnl 1 tli ink )nu Sr )our mosisc In the mime of the Hmcrlcan people I welcome you nncl I "aHok forw.ud to meeting ou personally latoHtmotrnw. JHj 'Theodore Itooseelt." etM (JNrW 1'OItK, Ten 21 -rrlncc Henry, fJBrresentutlve of Ills biother, towfte Fniptinr nf (Germany nt the 8.JS tut,s mil oillcliil craft moved In past Port Wads worth, the llrst of the sn lu...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

HI fi Tim TXTEIi-MOUNTAIX TVAT.MI3K ASTO T.AyCHM.y, TUESDAY MOKXiyQ, FEimUAHV 25, 1002. M f lion' lilsh Is tho LIITcl toner n( B j" Franco? A I'. H. H Nine hundred ami eighty-four feet. H f SAM illsmnntls melt nr run In n fire? H i No, they mil liurn freel) nt modcr- H ' Me temperature (What vvorll-ronovvneil Amorl nn Im mortalized a lertaln mkiI In Hiiiiln- bsbbsj Tlianklnfr You B i Wiishlnslnn Irvine; nnd the Alham- H I lira llkclj lire sour mnn ami spot B I What vns tlie i,n1d production of Oreson for 1W -M Tor the calciidir veir tho Wrcctoi fl of the Mint put II nt SI Ml 7M H ) ... ' Whit ex (loiernnr of Arknnens i B ! killed In the hiltio tf llucna Vista? - , T.V II B , Arcleihall 'Veil ho win eervlnt; ns tnlnnel or tho llrst Arkansas Volun B Milt Lake City, 1I 2lt BBB I'dllnr Trlliun. Will jou kindly ox BBB l,,aln lnr Australian Inn I tnx system BBB In your next bun I iyn issue In column BBB rt Questions mid Ansiicrs7 Tax- Bflfl pnvcr BBB ' A illpplitR tint vvns Inclosed recit...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

Tina ivnatt-MouvrAiy F.vnM.an axd lUycmrAy, Tuesdav -.iokxixg, fkbkuakv ar, inoa. 7 ,H HORROR IN NEW YORK i Death List in Fire in Park Avenue Hotel Numbers Eighteen. Many Others Were Injured in the Blaze-More Than Five Hundred People Were in the House When the Flames Broke OutOne Woman Leaps Five Stories to Her Death. New Folk, feb. ::. for tlic third time since Now Vnr ilav, Pink nv rnue, this city, tn liccn thn nceno o loss lit human life" I'lrst the ml. llalon In the New 1'rrk Ccntrnl tun ifI at l'lUy alxth direct and Pnik av enue, seenml cuius the ilyn unite t-x-jiloslon in Ihi" llnplil Transit mlhnny nt rorl-llist street, ami the thlul, to elay, uiih a tiro which atnileel In the Peventj-llrot leRlmelit nininry it Ihlr t) third utreet und then apre-uil to the Park Acnue hotel, where eighteen per sons were killed nnd many Injured. AltMOIlY IN TLAMIIS. It nil the vvoist lire alneo the Wind nor was dentrojed. The lire mi Hint Fpen at about 1 3rt In the mornliitf In the nrmor). and ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

B f. 'I'llllJM'Jill-.MOUM'.lli. I'AIOIIW AM) KAM.1UIAA. i'LJihUAV JiOMMMJ, X'J3UllUAItg 2ii, 11)02. ALLEN TALKS OF NOME Hi H He Has Faith in the Riches Hl of that Region. H l GREAT FUTURE FOR MINING B J?laeer Mining In In Its Infancy, nnd H Quartz Mining Has Not Even Be- VH Knn The Brooklyn nt Tnrk Valley 1 divine; a Good Account of Itself 1' The Horn Sill cr Shut-down Has Not Yet Materialized The Earth- M quake that Disclosed a Clold Mine lH Stocks Fall Lower Than Ever. B Y J Allen a former resident of Silt H I.nko. Is In tho city after n winters H lslt 1 nst, on Ids wny to Nome Mr H Allen spent four seam at dllTcrint H Alisknn points, mid his return In tint H rountr) shows Mi faith In Its ni-rlt. sH Mr. Allen la now Dei illy United Mates H Marshal at Nome, uml organized the B fire department at that I laee He 1 nleo the llrst I'lro Chief nt Daw son IK n reports Mlehael Sullivan, formerly on the Salt Lnko llloe fone, ns being l- l rated nt Alder Crtck, eighty miles north H of Nome ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

Tim IwruR'ltloxrsTxns; Vaiimfai axd ILvyoiorAy, tukspat McmyiyG, FEimuATtv 2, 1003-. D M H1! -A--J TOLD pBilii ... e Black Cat BlBf (SBb-o-o-w on ' shrieked I ho black Hfcome on over fellcra an' girls, IHyo a duo lunch gratia Willi me JMmllk enough to elinwn In" he 'fellers mine, a goodly ns o of grlmulkln nrlstncrncy. A8 cllnw I,ou from the llit in the tnrner, minus a tall nml i I'cppcr nnd-tfalt 1' te, a no gal! mt the focus of fully half nc scandil Hint ranged the irds of Hit1 neighborhood, and ,lz who was lately seen Willi air of rntclllto kittens Itcsldes tle crew then were other rata u shidc anil more or lcn re Itllv. They scratched up to tlio the fene ami tumble l mer, Ij trciellng Hie emnlum lied served m a garden, and llnilly In u lapping ilirlc nrouud the i,nl of milk oor which Hlack ersldul with nugtist liopinllt npplng ceased not through Uck g lather because of It, and .eniiiit glilng out of the supply Then White I.lz spoke up In put suburb in tone She slanged nil) smith...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

II Tun Trcn-MouvrAix VAnmzn axd Eaxciola, Tuesday Mokxtng, FEimuAKY 25, 1002. If HjgliestMan in Kentucky i' I MARRIED 13 TIMES HAS 13 CHILDREN j H , flic unluiky thirteen, In combination j !j ,)th thr nmrrjins habit, has In ought j ' H,P pr .mining tnmr ot Howard Moore H i lor full stop. H ' t !, the unblushing hushund of H thlrt on wives none ot whom him seen H lit to il iurt thin llto slmo tho inutri- K nonl.l knot a tied hn Is now Inn- j ) guishmg in J'lU with tho probability H ; a t uij years' sojourn In tlie penl- Hj f tcnuury nt i ovlngtnn, Ky, as a mild Hl j niilnti I ir his fatal weakness H j It n mi ln ember last th.it Moors H j ,ct Waterloo Bhi- wus u plump H I nnil rili mlng brunette, 21 irs 01 ng. , H I ,ml nimcil I'nnnli' jtoblnson Ho foil Hj In i m it sight anil thi marriage was Hj t limn ill. in Am r ii married llto or flf- H ' U n iliis Mwic took.umbrago at tho i ' f ( t th it his wlte desired to visit her i ithor, Mho was III He promptly dt -tut a In r. Mis. Moore r...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

Till lXTKlKMOUXTAlX RtVKMBK AM) HAXCiniA, TUESDAY MOHMM!, KK1UHJA.KV 1M, 1002. 11 H WAY UP. T IJtulison What do you think of Snntos-numonl's flying ltiachlnet Johnson Out of sight. I Making Cut Glassware. any Weeks Required to Turn Out One of Those Magnificent Punch Bowls. ofon Innsform sand Into thn rainbow Med thins of beauty known ns cut glass Sin real w irlh talking about. DlgRlng a rough-looking stone from the rili cutting and polishing It, until It Come a glorious dlamnnil. Is ft slmplo Ins comp ued to miking the cuulRent mh l wl, tho shlmtmilng deciliter nnd f prismatic water pitcher from a spndc- of minerals mixed and melted t mi) be thought by some thit tho ttlng or tho beautiful slang tableware lt la so highly prized la done with Mi He tools wielded by artists as fra e and ae thellc lis the product of their III The tutRlass factory, aa a matter fict I ai roiiKh and workmanlike an nhtlshment n any shop whero ma Incry buzzes and leather belts whirr r day through There aro se...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 25 February 1902

H p 12 TJIH INTKK-.MOUNTAIN lAKMhll AM) RANCHMAN, TUESDAY AlOKNiyG, TEnRUAKY 25, 1002. I 111! III 1 Wireless Telephony, s Thn tery nemo of nchb lenient In tin ' irnnsrr lesion of messages would seem 1o hac been reached In Iho wireless telephone s)stom which linn neeiitly s-S-S-S-S-yj , been developed hy 1'rof. A. l'rederltk H ' Collins nn eh etrlcnl engineer residing sLB e In Philadelphia Spoken words nre ! transmitted Croat distances thioiiRh the ground without tho use of u con- E . reeling wltc, nnd In accordance with i H , plnn tolnlly different from Hint of tho Hj Mnrronl Mrm 01 wireless 1cloRinTh Hj ! The Collins ststem simply liiKoii nl- H I inntnge of tho rut that theie ore iint- ur.il rli rlri ,i curecnts In evidence H nllghtly bcten thu eurfaio of the pntth Hj nt any point Hint mny ho sole, toil niul 1 liy thin Intention currants of this ehar- B neter are utilized to cause n Ihnv of H electricity between two Instruments H stationed above the surface of th B earth. Tho only ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 4 March 1902

-H YoiT- i.' Salt Laki; city, Utah, Tuesday Mokxixg, MAitcirT, 1002. Pimci:, Vwk Cunts. H )ERAISING AND EGG PRODUCTION. , tlm mil tliriiiiiMiiiK es vars' MSrtr'nnl. o -10 or Intend I .111 f mil that a. cnmmo- ' " r n, ,s n chicken ex '" i id no hive1 un en ! i air. ' ''" that thcl'9 miu ' rcquliemei.ts .rdrd. tl.r will no doubt he .ir HO " ' ' Tl,u llnrt ' ' rv I n hmill not be Lit l-' n uv'i m Ri Class, b, b , r ,1111 alfalfa. The ,p i fc so"'! ,x; , 5i ant Kt a multiple of .ilnidetoi,U that mans feet ,tM t b I n The house bit II built line J Willi build. ,-, to a oi d . through , md knoth"!. ul be provided .,1, i in li oulh Ride, of j than xl f I the sill of which un tmoic thin urn foot above ard prole t I hy wire netting .andoal Th I " Mowed for nit do nit admit of detailed ,0 n of th int rloi nrrunge tbugh the- i" of Itnl Int- but nil r th building In J, ibe quest n I how to stock tpU hi Im nlr ads pome I Hick nnop c n or will not be 4 to adort th Jl I e following, llllik an ou ...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Inter-mountain farmer and ranchman. — 4 March 1902

M I ' 0 Tut; Tvrr.n-rouNTArs- FAiwrnn AM) TLvyGinrAy. Tlt.spay Hotjxtxg, aLvncn-i, m02. I ; NEEDS OF THE WEST H Tlioy arc Elaborated Upon H . at a Banquet. H f TALKS UPON IRRIGATION B t S " e' try of tht Trsatwry Shaw H Speaks to Huslnsss Men nt Btvn- H jut of the National Burtmii JLeigu- in Chicago Hit) Subject I Was ' Commerce and Industry of Hi the West" Judge Gavin of Wew H Mexico Spoke Upon Reclamation of Hj the And Lands. H i . Feb S S crelary of the Hj T nhavt tins ftto Vrfnclpal H it the I' in'iuet or the National H l.ngin ti tonight lit the H V im Mia suhjict vva IJtJln H ml Industries of the West a 1 I utienuicoa were received with R tientlon It Uelnit oh of the B n ) i lu apeechc made by him H Hi appointment to his present fliKt set speech upon the pro- H p ie was liy John W hla of Chi- who spoke upon The League H II d nbod at length the object H i h the league Sought to attain do. I t u that Hn puipose I to keep H ti l u-i cm men thiiiugtiout tin 1 I J c li- t informed a...

Publication Title: Inter-Mountain Farmer And Ranchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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