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( ' ! ? r THE RICH COUNTY NEWS. RANDOLPH. UTAH H really enjoys doing. In a boarding house you ruin your health, In a little cottage like this you conserve it. With a little cottage like this you need spend no money for holidays or excursions, no money entertaining your friends, IKt House and Lot WORN OUT AFTER SHE COOKED no "How much is It? faltered Helen. Twenty-nin- e hundred dollars, came back answer the glibly, and that InBy ESTHER SQUIRES cludes all the built-i- n furniture, the stove In the kitchen and the little It would cost only a trifle to ( by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) have it erected Helen Thompson, newest and young"Twenty-nin- e hundred, Helen was est member of the reportorial staff of Then she did some figuring repeating. the Dally News, looked with some and heard no more of the salestrepidation in the assignment book of womans talk for a minute or so. She the city editor. She hoped she wouldnt was reflecting that her meager patrihave to cover one of the society wedmony, all she had In the world, condings that usually fell to her lot. At sisted of $3,000. And this cost only such events she always felt like an $2,900. outsider and Intruder. Instant content It seems like a lot to spend, Helen came, however, when she saw sprawled reflected aloud. Still, If It would be In the city editor's hand, Homemakan economy in the long run, and If It ers Exhibit Patterson Hall. Apply would mean better health and all It for tickets at business office. And seems almost as if I couldnt afford then beneath, Make it snappy. not to buy it. These three words of Instruction Helen looked up with a smile brought color to Helens face. "Just and both women laughed. happy If as my copy wasn't always snappy, Then In an effective the said Helen to herself. I always bring saleswoman said that sincewhisper Helen was in snappy copy and then Joe Brooks a working girl, and since she was the takes It all out. kind of person who would doubtless She felt a tinge of rebellion, but It make her cottage a good advertisew as only a reflection. Helen was loy ment, she would probably be able to alty itself toward her superior, Joe quote her a better price say $2,700. Brooks, the city editor, and had caused But that offer wouldnt be good long. more than one laugh among her assO' Just now they had several of the bunelates by her rapid-fir- e defense of galows on hand. There would be a "Bossy Joe. demand when summer came. In the main, however, Helen Thomp- bigger Well, sighed Helen, "I guess Til son was filled with satisfaction, and, have to say yes. having taken a ticket for the HomeAnd before five more minutes had makers Exhibit from the business ofHelen had signed her name to passed on set out seemed to a little card that was what fice, she a sort of promher an afternoon of real pleasure. For ise that she would buy one of these Helen was essentially domestic. She houses at the price agreed. The salesspent many leisure moments drawing woman would call in a few days to plans of houses, perfectly possible little finish the deal. bouses that any young girl It was not until Helen had walked like Helen might feasibly expect to live in a sort of drze out toward the enIn. But she had no such expectation. trance of the exhibition hall that someNecessity and circumstances had led thing astounding occurred to her. It her to start to work at twenty, and was then that the thought arose that she assured herself that nobody ever she would have to hqve some place to married a woman reporter. So she put the bungalow, and she had only wore her bobbed hair straight, donned $300 left and that would probably be rimmed spectacles, and never appeared needed for erection expenses. in the office of the Dally News In She was standing stock still wonany other costume than that of a man- dering whether she had better go right nish tweed suit. back and tell the glib saleswoman of At least, she told herself, no one her difficulty, wondering if the signacould accuse her of being a vamp, ture on the card was binding, hoping even If she did work in a newspaper somehow that It was so eager was office. she to possess the house whether or Helen took her time at the exhibit. not she had any place to put it when She would not have to write her copy some one touched her elbow. until after a 6 oclock dinner and she Hello, Helen, it was the voice of could spend the afternoon in absorbing the city editor, Joe Brooks. Tve been infinitesshe atmosphere. So sampled looking all over this place for you. imal biscuits meagerly spread with There wasnt anything pressing at the jam or jelly, drank coffee from microoffice, and as Id sent you here I five scopic paper cups, watched for thought youd be here. Thought we minutes beside the booth where a might look around together. Awful d young man demonstrated hole, isnt, it? a patent potato peeleii bought a jar Really Ive enjoyed It sor much ; of marmalade, and collected a pound that Is, until just now. or so of pamphlets and several pounds Perhaps Id have enjoyed it more," of saiAple packages. Purposely she sighed Joe, but the first thing I did 11 1 last 7isitng the section was to run right into the arms of a put off of the hall devoted to portable cottages smart guy selling lots at Hawthorne and bungalows. Some half dozen of Park. Nice enough place, of course. these had been erected by . as many Well, the long and the short of it is rival concerns selling portable struc- that I bit I bought two lots 100 tures. It was 4 when she at last front and 150 deep. When I pay for reached this section. She sped past an that it will pretty nearly eat up my eager-voice- d young man who leaned bank account What the deuce a bachfrom the railing of his booth urging elor like me wanted to buy a home for her to buy a lot in Hawthorne Park, I dont know. Perhaps I had a sort a newly opened cottage settlement, of a reason; only now Ive spent all I and passed several bungalow nests on have on the lot and what am I going y to the cottage that to do to get a house? I guess that occupied the central position In the fellow hypnotized me. exhibit. Artificial rosevlnes rambled Helen gasped, looked confused and over the white lattice of the front said I something about being sorry. porch, white birdhouses were perched may as well tell you, she confessed, on posts in the tiny back yard, ruffled that I bought a house and I havent white muslin curtains could be seen anywhere to put it. through the open windows. So eager They started for Helens boarding was Helen to begin her inspection ff bouse home, and Helen explained her this house that she pushed her way predicament more fully. through the crowd, leaving and enterThat settles it," said Joe. "I wanting by the tiny front porch. ed to ask you to marry me. Ive She walked through the entire six wanted to for a long time, but I didnt rooms with a quick, appraising eye. know you ever thought about houses It came up to her and things. Now everythings settled, standard of convenience in arrange- isnt It? ment Then she took each room In But Why, yes, faltered Helen. turn. Apparently nothing was lacking. what am I going to do about my story? There was the eating nook that she I was so confused that I seem to have had dreamed of, with built-i- n cupboards forgotten what I intended to write, above the benches at either side of and you said to make It snappy " the table. Come right along to the office. We could eat breakfast here and Well write the story up just as It she reflected. happened about your buying a bungaevery-da- y dinners, Then when there was company we low and my buying a lot and then decould eat in the living room. So much ciding to get married. That will be more sensible than wasting space on a snappy though, I giiess, and then " Then what? asked Helen, wonderregular dining room. In the kitchen Helen lingered be- ing if Joe would ask her to have dinside the sink and Imagined herself ner. washing dishes In a pan of steaming Why, then well go and get the soapsuds. She looked at the window license and see if we can find a minand imagined she saw country roads ister to marry us." and blue sky and waving branches of trees, instead of the throngs of visitors Swimming the Nile Cataract. of the homemakers exhibit. She took Among his many daring exploits in a deep breath and lmaghfed that she various parts of the world. Sir Claude n breathed sweet country air instead of de Cresplgny, the sportsthe vitiated air of the hall mingled man, can boast the unique one of bewith the cooking odors of the food ing the only European on record to booths. have swum the narrow gut of the first Some natives For a half hour Helen remained in cataract of the Nile. this little ready-mad- e bungalow, for- who were cruising about, he says, in getting In that time that any one might his modest version of the affair, said have been noticing her enthusiastic In- that If any European attempted the spection or have heard the sighs of feat he would surqly go under and mingled regret and pleasure. She gave not come up alive. I argued to myself a little start when a smooth-voicethat they had no better lungs than I frank-eyewoman approached her. had, so in I went. I think I came up You seem Interested, she said. very much alive. "Perhaps you would like to buy one of these little bungalows. Its just the Safety First. One snappy day recently Johnnys thing for a young bride. Oh, but Im not a bride I dont mother sent him to the store to get ever expect to be. Im a working half a dozen eggs. On his return he handed her a paper bag containing six girl were Just the thing. smiled the woman. articles, which though "You live at a boarding house. You certainly never laid by a hen. have no place to entertain your What are these? said his mother. frMods, no place to enjoy your holiIt was eggs I sent you for. the Well, Ma," said Johnny, day!, no place to cook your own meals, wash out your own clothes, raise flow-erstreets were awful slippery an so I or do any one of the dozen and one thought Id better get lemons Instead. Boston Transcript. . things that a young woman like you bird-house- s. PRACTICE Dealers Know That Milk So Treated Keeps Better and Prevents Spread of Disease. imm (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) The practice of pasteurizing six-roo- large-voice- six-roo- one-stor- well-know- d egg-shap- a, Bulgarian Village Laos Carrying Water. (Prepared by the National Geographic appeared. Even the character of the Society, Washington. D. C.) seemed to change, and had Bulgaria, where democracy has ad- people vanced to such an extent that the it not been for the priests and the brigands It Is probable that the thread peasant premier is reported to have of Bulgarian national life would have publicly discussed the advisability of been definitely sundered. But In their the and a electing republic declaring mountain fastnesses this strange comyoung king president, has developed bination of the monk and the maso rapidly since Turkish rulers were ousted little more than a generation rauder kept alive the national feeling Like Robin Hood, they are always repago that this suggested world record in peaceably dethroning kings hardly resented as the protectors of the poor and the weak, and in addition as the seems an impossibility. friend of all Christians and the ruthBulgaria might be termed the most less scourge of the Ottoman oppressor. Balkan of the Balkan countries, both Thousands of legends and songs have geographically and characteristically. grown out of their exploits; and had The country bulks large In Balkan histhey made war against the common one freedom of In tory. generation as they t0 often she has made incredible nroeress and. Lfoe only lnstead their fame themselves, among crowned her achievements with exwould rest upon a far firmer foundaBalkan the first in ceeding prowess war. From this growing pinnacle a tion. Nevertheless, among all the agenhideous mistake brought her to a sad cies which contributed in the end to to wise no due the in repute qualities of her people, but rather to one head- the winning of Bulgarian independence, the brigands were by far the strong and chauvinistic statesman most continuously active ; and the long whose fateful counsel undid in a single centuries of Turkish misrule were conmonth all that the founders of the Balkan alliance had worked for two stantly broken by a series of abortive which were suppressed with years to accomplish, and whose mad revolts, increasing cruelty, until the brutal of folly destroyed, for the majority the world, an impression of Bulgarian massacre In 1875 Inspired Mr. Gladwisdom and capacity which had been stone to the famous Midlothian camgave to the czar a convenient toilsomely built up from such meager paign, handle the sultan, and brought beginnings. A second error, entailing on the againsth war. even greater disaster, was made when Their Development. his Rapid the Bulgar king cast the lot of That war was ended by the treaty people with the Teutonic allies in the of San Stefano, which essayed to esWorld war. The history of Bulgaria differs lit- tablish a big Bulgaria ; but, thanks to tle from that of her sister Balkan Disraeli, British Influence brought states; the successive chapters are about the congress of Berlin, and written In blood. Herodotus, the fa- it was a little Bulgaria which finally ther of history, was the first to notice secured a place at the world's council the wild Thracian and Illyrian tribes table. who inhabited that portion of the A lowly place It was, but with splenpeninsula, and what he said of them did courage the Bulgarians set out to centuries ago has a poignant emphasis make it better, and the story of Bulin these last sad days of Bulgarian ex- garian development in a single generaIf they were only ruled by tion finds few parallels among modperience: one man, and could only agree among ern nations. Except for the humiliate allies In themselves, they would be the great- ing war with her est of all nations. the Balkans and her subsequent suiBulcidal espousal of Modern Bulgars Are Slavs. These ancient Bnlgars, however, garia's advance has been constant and were doubtless of another strain than remarkable. The country possesses great wheat those who now claim the name and who are purely Slav more characterfields, extensive forests, rich mines all of which have been made to reistically so than the Russians even: Just when the Slav first set his spond to 'that patient Industry for mark in this region is difficult to say, which the Bulgarian, peasant ,1s ' the but there he has been for more than model for all his Balkan' neighbors. a thousand years, spreading out from A unique product and the most profitthe parent center in a brood which at able is the attar of roses, the worlds length has covered much of the terri- sdfcply of which comes from southern tory from the Euxine to the Adriatic. Bulgaria, and which has enriched the He early embraced Christianity, and landed peasants of that quarter be from the first Boris down to the last, yond their wildest dreams. Nation of Farmers. religion has highly colored the politics of Bulgaria. Agriculture has always held first Gibbon. In a famous passage, has place in the life of the Bulgarians. remarked that the glory of the Bul- Turkish domination for half a milgarians was confined to a narrow scope lennium made Arming still more genboth o ftlnie and place; and true eral among the Bulgars, for practiIt is, whether one speaks of that cally no other calling was left open remoter era when the Emperor Simeon to them. By weeding out the upper gave to the Bulgars their 'golden classes, too, the Turks made Bulgarian age or to the present day when leak agriculture more and more a peasant than 40 years sufficed to mark the activity. And now, by legislation, the passage of the country from a state Bulgarians themselves are emphasizof awful servitude to a place of power ing farming on a small scale. A naand prosperity. And now, ten years tional law limits the estate that an aftr the triumphal conclusion of the individual may hold to a maximum oi first Balkan war, it is again a shorn about 74 acres, and most of the hold and shattered nation. togs are much smaller. Another lan Sy reason of their closer proximity aims to abolish a leisure class by reforces of the proph- quiring all adults between certain ages to the et, the Bulgarians fell earlier cap- to work. tive to the Turk than the other ChrisThere is a temptation to consider tian peoples of the Balkans; and the Bulgaria, touching Greece as it does Turkish supremacy in Bulgaria, which a southern country. Fait its latitude Is began in the Fifteenth century and approximately that of Towa. Its area lasted well Into the Nineteenth, is the Incidentally, Is some 12,000- square gloomiest epoch In the national an- miles less than that of Iowa. The nals. principal port, Varna, on the Blacl There, as ever where the Turkish sea, is farther nrirth than Boston, an' foot had trod In triumph, freedom van its harbor is often frozen In winter lshed, learning languished and the The southern portion of the countrj memories cf past glories all but dis however, becomes very hot in rammer milk Is growing rapidly in the cities of this country, as shown by figures collected by the United States Department ' of Agriculture. Through pressure of health departments and through voluntary action by milk dealers, plant after plant has been switched over irom raw milk. It Is now generally recognized by those who have studied the problems of milk supply, that proper pasteurization does not Injure the chemical or nutritive properties of milk, and that it does destroy all bacteria that Milk dealers may produce disease. know that milk so treated keeps better and satisfies customers, and that It prevents outbreaks of disease which might cast discredit on their product and injure their business. With these facts In mind it is easy to see why the practice has grown. In 1915 only 77.8 per cent of the cities with population of more than 500,000 reported more than half of their milk pasteurized, while in 1921 every city in this class had a milk supply more than 50 per cent of which was pasteurized. In 1915 more than 10 per cent of the cities of 75,000 to 100,000 people had no pasteurized milk, but during the past year all of them had some part of the supply pasteurized. The increase in pasteurization in small cities is particularly striking. Take, for example, those from 10,000 to 25,000 population. In 1915 about 40 per cent had pasteurized milk, but in 1921 nearly 61 per cent had it. Even In cities below 10,000 population pasteurization is becoming more common. KEEP CREAM Took Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Read the Result I suffered for a Cincinnati, Ohio. and irregular- year with nervous troubles eore I took , iinmnmmTiTe8 pained all the time and I was unfit for housework. I waa worn out if I cooked a meal, and was unable to do my washing. My girl friend and my sister told me if I would take UyourVege table Command and Liver Pills I would be After taking the first bottle I felt better, and neglected it awhile, but found I could not do my work until I was stronger. So I took the Vegetable Compound again and now I am the mother of a 19 months old boy. He is fat and healthy and I am sure I could never have carried him if it had not been for your Vegetable Compound. I recommend your medicine to all women although I am young to be advisingsome Mrs. Christ. Petroff, one older. 818 W. Liberty St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound contains no harmful drugs and can be taken in safety by any woman. m JS, Will reduce Inflamed, Strained, Swollen Ten or dons, Llgamentsf Muscles. the lameness Stops and pain from a Splint, Side Bone or Bone Spavin. No blister, no hair gone and horse can be used. $2.50 bottle at druggists or delivered. Describe your eeee fat special and interesting bores Book s A free. T0UNG, lee., Ill Tsapb St, SpriegfidA Hue. If ,Cooled to 50 Degrees Promptly After Separating It Will Keep Several Days. The dairyman must figure a way to keep the cream In good condition during the hot weather months. There is always someone saying cream cant be kept sweet very long during the but it has been summer months, proven that cream cooled to 50 degrees shortly after separating can be kept sweet for several days. To accomplish this, it is necessary to have a cooling tank. Such tanks may be bought from the dairy supply houses, but If only a small quantity of cream is produced a homemade tank will do the trick. This tank js made as follows: Take a water barrel and around it make a box about 3 feet square by about the height of the barrel, insert a pipe leading from the pump into the Lydia E. Pinkhama ComVegetable back pound. My DURING SUMMER Russo-Turkls- one-tim- A MEAL PASTEURIZING OF Explains Decline of Oratory. One reason why we dont hab mo greater oratory," said Uncle Eben, Is dat so many of our best talkers is turnin deir attention to salesmanship. Sommer Find Yon Miserable? Is a lame, achy back torturing you? Does the least exertion leave you tired, You should find weak, all worn-out- ? the cause of your trouble and try to More than correct it. likely its your kidneys. Miserable backaches with and annoying spells headaches, dizzy urinary disorders are common signs of kidney weakness. 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