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LERK TURNS BAND IT WHEAT ON DRY FARM Baby Jewelry la endless variety U one of out ialties. We follow right along spec- 8 ALT u he AND up, and have something (at every age. . Rings, chains, silverware, watches, diamonds. grows jrr'.zr" LAKER HOLDS UP BANK SHOOTS HIMSELF WHEN CORNERED BY POLICE. Wine and Women Causa Downfall of Young Man, Who Attempts Venture With Determination to Win or Dla. Des-pera- 17 MAIM R IAMB CITX. UTAH. SALT Excursion to Salt Lake via Salt Lake Route. Account Conference and State Fair, Oct. 2nd to 8th. One fare for the round trip. See your local agent for particulars. , Men give their measure by their If gamblers agreed to cheat there would be no more cheating. Proof of Inherent love for Is not, narrow-mindednes- narrow-minde- people. d I am of those who think that the best way to see the world Is to see It through the great poems. When, superior men are mistaken, In that as In all else. They see more falsely than or mediocre minds. NO LIMIT To Number of Entries for Each Person la this Prise Contest. For the Best Trademark For the Best Motto $50 $25 each Entry In class will be elected which this strong-- , crrm-ins- , vigorous, western company, which wrlKn s Hirers! lite Insurance policy, containing accl'lcnt and health features, ami which luveata IU luoda IV HELP THE WfcST. Contest closet September 30. bela4vertifs Continental Life Insurance vestment Company & In- wJi SN Lak. Cv Typewriters Vk5 se A POSITIVE aae PERMANENT CURE FOX Drunkenness and op ium Diseases. .isAai pi it af as) s to H tmttl LsaWs THE fcttLET wn.Strmt. Ml UU Orr. WANTED MEN T. TRUSS TO TRY OUR B. & W fit ShmildiT Brswa. AMnmlnal Tm. Klaatie Hosiery. The kind thst plcse. orders or n, Fit guaranteed menry reliitvled. Mail given pmmul auenUon. REX DRUQ CO. Cut Rale Draulill Cor. Third So, end WmI Temple, fall YE City IT EASY MAKE w a Jot rnt! toswsve PIANO will jwu no eaaiter where vn We guarantee aafe land ' live. tlef f satireouraum!rM.n. prtcea and Wrtte offer will leieraat jna. MUSIC CO. costmiooico Salt taae viiy. viae AGENTS flBTO WANTED for CHALMERS Cars. whMi have madeauch eenaatioa as the (rentasl varae lor we money t evr eivew in toe medium ptsced cia Write Uxlay sropuwUoatoUve.reaponail'ieinea. Tom Botterlll Auto Co. Bait Lake dip Santo Vacuum Cleaners WOllt'l HIT CUH TMST fw owe ee-- l yoor eiiy. or wrtt HTKWAHT..LKK!MN CO. nt M W. ftecrrad Mouth St., Rait Lake CKf . Utah A grata wanted. See display mt Klectrte show awiplee 1 SF CO. ai Lake, Utah HtiMas HalMtne. rxstt Tr." lasssMlllr year in Ws br fcoo PnH rr.m-- s and ItNontiaod Write for tnlorrasUoe to KO. "! fmtr.es lsts. Prte. forgetful. Miss Mirt sorn mi other I'm sorry, but youll flnJ girl soon who will make foreet me Mr, Stingy Oh, I can never forget POO. Mis Flirt Yes, yon csn. Too aid It last Christmas. and Uuh stste Fair. Salt Lake City, October 2nd to Ith Low excursion rstes via Salt Lk Route. fX-t- . 6lb, President's Day. Set youf lord! agent for particulars. Cwfrftrwrveo Grated WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF HIM Remark by No Means Complimentary Mads by Constituent of Representative Underwood. FOR THE FAVORITE AMERICAN PASTRY. Cheess Rolled Into the Top Crust Is Delicious How to Make Cream Tartlets and Whole Wheat Gems. one-quart- Representative Underwood, chair- - ' man of the ways and means commit-- : toe In congress, represents what is known as a "manufacturing district, because it contains all the factories and smelters in and about Birmingham, Ala. But he also has among his constituents a lot of farmers of which fact he Is now palnwully aware. He drove out to a settlement in Bibb county one afternoon to persuade the farmers they ought to vote for, him. As he stopped up to the porch of a little store an old man rushed up to him with the request: "Please sign this paper. It'a a petl- Ion to Congressman Underwood to have a young lady postmistress here." "I'd be glad to sign It," said Under wood politely; "but as I'm not a resident of thla community, my name wouldn't help you." "Oh, yea. It would," the old farmer assured him. "We're getting everybody to sign It, strangers and all. Go ahead and put your name down! That fool congressman will never know the difference I" The Sunday Magazine, SILENCE i IS GOLDEN. n lf two-gallod d "it ATTACHED INSTANTANEOUSLY edra-ss-. ajafww mi Jlyweereal If Pasleed LEO paajOw foe Paltr,aieeewe. Tetters ST One of the most Important recent discoveries in the handling of crops and especially of grain Is that in reference to the relation of soil fertility have and moisture. Experiments brought proof that the quantity of water required to produce a bushel ol grain becomes smaller as the fertility of the soil increases. It requires twice as much water to produce a bushel of grain on an Infertile soil as It does on fertile soli In good tilth, says the Kan sas Farmer. Tests showing this re ult have been made both In Europe and America. In every case the more fertile soil, either through tillage oi the use of manure or of commercial fertilizers, the less the amount ol water necessary for the production ol each bushel of grain. The greater portion of the plant food In the soli Is inert until by deep plow ing, thorough tillage and early preparation It is made available to the plants. Such treatment holds moisture deeper In the soli, the air and the gases work on the inert earth and the moisture helps dissolve the plant food, increasing the cumber and action ot bacteria in the soil, these bacteria ths manufacturing plant food from RECIPE PIE Mince Pie. For one pie use half a ROBERT STEWART, Chemical cupful of raw meat chopped very fine, Laboratory, Utah Rxperiment Station. one cupful of sour apples chopped me This question has recently been dium fine, quarter cupful ot seeded studied by the chemical department of one tablespoonful of dried cur raisins, Salt Lake City. Oliver W. Har the Utah experiment station. The Inone rounding tablespoonful ot rants, vey, aged 35 and married, walked troduction of the combined harvester butter, half a level teaspoonful each ofInto the Utah Commercial and Sav- Into the dry farming operation of the salt and cinnamon, and a quarter teawest has resulted In a ings bank at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, poonful of mace and cloves mixed; and at the point of a revolver com reduction of the cost of operation on cupful of fruit juices the larger dry farms. The claim was pelled the teller to band him out left from canned fruit, or, if this is not soon made by the millers of certain 000 in bills. handy, use two tablespoonfuls ot After securing the money, Harvey sections of the state that wheat cut vinegar and two ot water, with enough ran out of the bank and down the with the harvester could not be consugar to sweeten. If desired, half a cuDful of currant Jelly can be used street, warding off pursuers with his verted into flour of good quality. with the vinegar and water. Spread in revolver until cornered In an alley. , In studying this question, samples a pastry-line- d when he turned the weapon upon of Turkey and Kofod wheat cut with tin, place a crust on top, or make atrlps of the pastry instead, himself and sent a bullet through the harvester In 1909 and 1910, toand bake in a moderately hot oven un his head. . He was taken to a hos- gether with samples of the same cut with the binder and stacked, til a delicate brown. A delict ms way pital, his death being momentarily wheat were obutned. The wheat was milled to combine cheese and pie U vO add expected. our in mill flour and the to the pastry when rolling put a table- experimental to him kill intended That Harvey reof flour shorts and -yield bran, success not spoonful of grated rich American self if the robbery was The bran, shorts and flour earth particles. cheese. This should only be used in ful was made plain In a letter found corded were submitted to chemical analysis A wheat grower who gives his fields the pastry for the top crust or strips In his pocket. r and the flour was made Into bread the minimum amount of tillage,- - only and not for the under one. The chase was witnessed by hun standard conditions. The results Cream Tartlets. Line eight or nine disking his land, does little toward dreds of persona, many of whom par- obtained are No. making the bulletin in small reported gem pans with pastry. Beat two 2.000 available and him shot fertility When Harvey ticipated. 113 of the Utah experiment station ounces of butter and two ounces of su of re more or water be as in may pounds he stood self behind the ear and indicate clearly that the combined quired In his fields for each till creamy; then add o! gar together pound the alley the crowd was so thick that harvester does not have influence. eggs and two ounces wheat harvested. The grower who two he could not have got much farther either unfavorable or crumbs. Put a heaping tea of cake upon favorable, sefollows shallow the of plan plowing race for had he continued his liberty. the milling, chemical or baking quali cures some Increase In fertility, but spoonful of this Into each pan. bake Harvey was formerly employed as ties of the flour produced. not enough to use the moUture to ths IS minutes, and allow to cool. Whip a clerk In the grocery department of The yield of flour obtained from the best advantage. up one cupful of cream, add sugar and comsummer he C. Z. M. I. Last the extract to taste, put a thin vanilla Turkey variety cut with the harvester of Early land, deep plow preparation menced treading the primrose path; In 1910 was 72.65 of the ing and constant cultivation until it is ayer of red currant Jelly on each tartcent, per he lost his position and began pass- wheat while the yield of flour ob In et, then pile the whipped cream on good tilth, with spring harrowing, ing around bad checks. Wine and tained from the wheat cut with the makes the the top. so soil fertile that only women are said to have been his binder and stacked was 72.77 Whole Wheat Gems. One quart per cent about one-haas much moisture Is redownfalL The yield of flour obtained from the quired to produce a bushel of grain whole wheat flour, one quart water, Kofod wheat cut with the harvester in as It required with tablespoonful melted shortening. slight preparation one Arranged for Her Own Funeral. 1910 was 72.17 per cent., while the Intensive two tablespoonfuls sugar, two table- secures double the tillage Los Angeles. After arranging the yield of flour produced from the wheat service from spoonfuls baking powder, pinch of salt the rainfall. details of a funeral, which, she ex cut with the binder stacked was 72.12 Commercial fertilizers and manure, Deat thoroughly and put Into hot, 20 minutes plained, was to be for a "dear per cent. It is thus readily seen that after becoming thoroughly tncorpor greased gem pans. Bake friend," Mrs. Mary Levy, aged 72 with respect to the yield of the flour ated In the soil, have the same effect In hot oven. years, killed herself by drinking the method of harvesting has no in Rotation with legumes and summer poison. A note pinned to her dress fluence whatever. It is interesting to fallowing similarly Increase the COOKING OF RICE before she took the fatal draught ex cote, however, that a greater per cent producing effect of the rainfall. grain This HINTS ON plained that she was the "dear of high grade flour may be obtained Is the surest way to double or treble for from the Turkey variety of wheat. the yield per acre. It Should Be Thoroughly Clssned and friend'" referred to. Mrs. Levy the last few years had lived upon the About eighty per cent, of the flour proWsshed, and Shaken Occasionduced from the Turkey wheat would remnant of a fortune. ally While Boiling. MOISTURE IN SOIL be classed as a high grade flour, while SAVING Rancher Accidentally Killed. In order that rice when cooked only about forty per cent, of the flour should be snowy white, with every Fort Shaw, Mont Charles R. Van- - produced from the Kofod would be More Csn Be Done In Thirty-SiHours Following Rainfall Than at grain separate. It must first be thor aken, a well known rancher, formerly classed as high grade. Any Other Time. In case of the chemical composition of Kansas City, who owned a ranch oughly washed after picking It clean from every foreign substance, wash half way between this town and of the flour obtained, no conclusion Slmms. was fatally Injured by being can be safely drawn regarding the In By W. C. PALMER, North Dakota Atrri lng through' three or four cold, clear cultural College.. waters, rubbing the grains well be struck by a rock falling from a fluence of the harvester. In case of of moisture In the tween the bands to remove all the bucket of dirt aa he worked at the the Turkey variety of wheat, the flour soilIn the saving many of us are a good deal like dust and discoloration. well on his produced from the wheat which bad bottom of a fifty-foo- t In the fable. In the winter the rabbit atIs When well cleaned. It must be put been than stacked medical slightly higher ranch. He died before that of the flour produced from wheat time he was always speaking of build over the Are in a quart of boiling tention could be given him. cut with harvester. In case of the lng a house next summer. When sum- water, to each cup of rice, adding Rob Priest River Bank. Kofod variety of wheat, however, this mer came and he was reminded of It, teaspoon of salt to the water; the Is men not true. The Kofod wheat cut he answered, "Every bush is a house water must be boiling when the rice broke Two Spokane, Wash. When a good shower comes we Is put Into It the boiling of the Into the National bank at Priest with the harvester in 1910 has a slight now." to ougM get the moisture Into the soil water will toss the grains of rice content lower tbsn the ly protein dynamit Tuesday, River, Idaho, early ed the large safe and stole money same wheat cut the same year with and keep It there. We have no assur separating them and preventing their more rain tight clinging together. and warrants amounting to $3,000. the binder and stacked. However, the ance) that we will have 1909 away; that there will be enough to rip In wheat cut the harvester with Shake the vessel occasionally, until of consists $7,000 The property stolen, en the crop, to put the soil In good con the grains begin to soften, but after in county warrants, $1,000 In cur- - has a higher protein content than that dition lesve the soli this do not touch the rice but con rencrl 1500 In Kold and $500 In sil cut with the binder and stacked. The with a for plowing, tocontent for next tlnue the boiling until it swells and chemical composition of the bran and good moisture ver. shorts Indicate only that these mill spring. More can be done In the 36 appears to thicken; then take off the Gold Nuggets In Crawa of Geese. products 'are rich In protein and would hours following a rain thsn at any cover, pour off any water there Is, and other time. If the soil Is too dry, thea set the vessel In the oven In order Santa Barbara, Cal. Thirty gold probably re good cattle feed. ssve what little moisture Is left Re- that the dry beat may swell the of loaf the The volume were produced ss some as peas, large nuggets, member that moisture cannot pass up grains, leaving It for about ten min the with cut the frm craws variety Turkey six of taken Tuesday from the was 1,666 cc and 1,653 cc through loose soil. utes, but by no means until the grains geese raised by Mrs. Israel Altschul harvester brown. of this city. When neighbors beard In 1909 and 1910. respectively, while POULTRY NOTES. made Then take out of the oven, let stand of the And a small gold rush was the volume of losf of the bread a few minutes snd turn out Into a the flour produced from the Tur started. They twgan, working pans from which The shsdy cooks are relished by the dish. Every grain should stand spurt. hss been cut with tb key in the vicinity and In washing out the binder was l.fC7 cc. In hens. stacked and beautifully white, soft and perfectly small sand found several nuggets. Lime wster Is a healthy drink for dry. rase of the Kofod variety, these num bers become 1.E7C cc. and 1,450 cc young turkeys. Rotph Wins In Frisco. for 1909 and 1910, and Let your young chicks have all ths James San Francisco. Ilotpn. Jr., respectively, Washing Flannels. 1.394 cc for the wheat which had sunlight possible. was elected mayor of San Francisco been stacked. The Hour was all treat To a pall of cold water hav Re sure that the ducklings Tnesday at the first direct primary ed under uniform standard conditions plenty shade aDd water. bar of any good soap. take one-thirlection to determine the personnel and It Is thus seen thst If any In flu A portable poultry bouse la an ad excepting naphtha, dissolved, and one of municipal officers of the city and erics csn be ascribed to the harvester mlrahle tablespoonful of borax, also arrangement for young tur heaping dissolved. 8tlr cold water, dissolved county of San Francisco. The vote at all It must be a favorable Influence keys. will closely approximate 80,000. tb While the Investigation did not Kaffir corn Is an excellent ration for soap and boras well together and put biggest ever cast In the city. show any Influence of the harvester poultry If fed In connection with other In flannels. Let stand two or three flays and then rub soiled parts lightly on the bread making value of the flour feeds. Books Badly Muddled. Cleanliness Is an essential sanitary with the bands, rinse twice In cold produced. It did demonstrate the value Denver. The audit of the books of of Turkey Red wheat for flour produc- condition for all animals, but particu wster, wring dry, shake and dry quickly, wltboutt freezing. Flannels washed the National Jewish Hospital associa- tion. The Turkey Red wheat produces larly so for birds. In this way do not shrink, remain soft, tion, which Is almost complete, has a uniform flour of high grade which Scraps from the kitchen are not and wear disclosed that the shortage of tb longer. For a family of six It bss the strength to produce a loaf of very acceptable to turkeys. They like takes about three palls of water. lat Alfred Muller. former secretary. bresd or good volume. The flour pro- all their food fresh. Blankets washed in this way never will approximate $73,000. In adai duced from new Turkey Red wbest Keep the dust bos supplied with lion. It Is claimed, Muller owed backs seemed to make as good bread ss nice clean dust and see thst the grit mat but remain fluffy and soft until worn out Hang blankets outside to flour produced from old Turkey Red box Is never empty. and private parties fully $30,000. flry when there Is a little wind snd It flour produced from the while unnec wheat, It Is always undesirable and ' The Strike In Ireland. them to remain In the oew Kofod wheat produced a loaf of to feed condiments to hens to floes not hurt two. essary suds a day or Crocheted or knit Cork. The strike of the Irish rail bresd. very much Inferior In quality stimulate them to lay. or bawls. Kofod washed this wheat year-olJackets the and raps on sev been yet for which for baa market men, cockerels way Do not hold wsy and dried on a sheet not hung up eral days. Is petering out The men produced a good flour. Actual photo too long after they reach the weight In any warm place, are like new re returning to work In large num graphs of the bread made are given la of four or five pounds. (gala. best the Is bers and trafflo was opened Tuesday the original publication. shell absolutely Oyster The millers of the oa the Kerry and Queenstowo shell making food for the hens. Keep stlU harvester the bss Insist thst branches. It before them constantly. Sour Cream. a detrimental Influence on the value The poultry house should be conSour cream may be utilized aad milk of the wheat This claim may be JustlWill Oust Courvcllmen. structed with a view to IU frequent In making cottage cheese, griddle I Is fled stored when wheat the General easy and thorough cleaning. Topeka, Kan. Attorney rakes, etc. One-hal- f cupful of thick an larger quantities as was done with the Dawson on Tuesday commenced It Is best never to attempt to bring sour cream added to a Veal or beef or binder header ouster suit against the four mem- wheat rut withIt the up In the muck yards, or let loaf when mixing make It very moist Is quite probable that turkeys stacked. with old fowls. assoclste them and unusually good. bers of the llnnneweil (Kan.) coun- and must re One of the first problems which the to wheat cut with the harvester Sour cream may also take the place cil for harrassiag and refusing treatment. different ceive storsge Is called upon to solve Is of sweet milk la boiled dressings for meet with Mrs. Ella WUsos. the poultrymaa cut with the bar may be that wheat location of the poultry plant salads and sandwich fillings. It Is a woman mayor. vester and stored la lots of 40,000 theA tea dollar rooster Is genersfly splendid substitute for sweet milk wlU not flour, bushels good produce Me In nice City. Rioting thsn a two dollar one. The when making chocolate or maple fudge be charged sgslnst ebesner blood wilt tell the second year for randy or rake filling. Mexico City. Two persons wero but this cannot good Is a storbut special Sour milk will clean silver-wer-e wounded fatally and fifteen others '.he harvester, which merits The ventilation of the poultry house investi age proposition In such a way beautifully. for folIn be on should provided riots here Tuesday Injured . that draughts of air will not strike lowing the return of Francisco t. Ma- gation. the bird a dera from his speaking trip In the sit With Vegetables. The roost and nest boxes should bo Keeping Ripe Plums Picked. south. A good vegetable rule Is salt with Osther plums promptly. Over ripe movable, so that all parasites which Mexican Crucified by Indiana. fruit will transmit rot fungus to other collect upon them may be reached vegetables that are green, no salt In those containing starch or grown Mexico City. Wenceslao France, specimens, and cause toss. The tree and destroyed. Most vegetables are put The conditions required for the president ot Acala, a small town in should be etsmlned every day, asd m la boiling water, though some the fruit gathered, whether It Is maintenance of health aad Vigor In the state of Chiapas, was cruel Indians wasted or not This will reduce the flock of fowls are similar to what are tousewlves make nceptiosta U this by the rebellious Cbsmula wl. required for other animals. when they sacked that place last spread of disease. By DR. lnter-mountai- TAGS ALT L Quantity of Water Required to Pro duce Grain Becomes Smaller as Fertility Is Improved. THIS MINCE TRY x Bargains tn all makes. Two years guarantee. Write as lor rental sale plan and price lit. K"mlnEtrM. SIO to ..". Hmitn Premier, fit to SiS. Underwoods. SIO to oi. Stewart-CUeCe. Typewriter Cschanfe 86 W. Second South 8U Salt Lake City. Utah TW b sw aeUkwr. ACRE - Blobs lie says be hasn't a friend In the world. Slobbs What league does he um pire in? Philadelphia Record. We Rent PtlJ well-beate- ther are suuerior McCsnfeft Bkck. YIELD un-4e- Only the fact of our life makes us think. The rest of thought Is philosophy a bole made with a corkscrew In a cloud. small Results Obtained by Utah Experiment 8tatlon Indicate That Machine Does Not Affect Quality of Flour Produced. lnter-mountai- n Admirations. In things, where the heart the band Is never powerful. te Influence of Combined Harvester on Value of Crop. INCREASE fll Sstarday, according to reports. n Mrs. Roley Poor dear, be hasn't said a word for three weeks. Dr. Hull-FroWell, you don't want bim to croak, do youT Exchange. g Only a Moose. woman Isn't a bluff," asserted Mrs. Qobbollnk, looking up from her newspaper. "This suffrage movement has more. In It than mere Ideas. The new woman Is brave and fearless. Here Is a story of a woman up In Canada who killed a mouse. It seems that she " "Impossible! " interjected Mr. "There must be some mistake read It again." Mrs. Gobbollnk searched out the paragraph and then blushed vividly. "How stupid of me," she stammered. "I did make a mistake. It wasn't a mouse she killed nothing but a moose." ) The modern Oob-bolln- k. Buying Legislators In Joblots. One dsy, writes Sloans Gordon In Success Magazine, a former member inadof the Ohio bouse displayed, vertently, a large roll of bills In the Nell house lobby. A fellow member gaseri In awe at the show of wealth. "I Just sold a drove of hogs," explained the farmer member rather hastily and confusedly. The observing one wss thoughtful. He did not reply for the half minute usually essential to the And beat of his menial-processe- s. then" "Yaas." he drswled, "and HI bet I'm one o' them hawgs." Csuse of the Excitement The sons of the rich were all enthusiastically following some one down the street "What's upf somebody asked. A rather more accommodating young nabob than the others turned around. "Do you see that tall fellow up front T" ho asked. "Yes." "Well." ho said, "he's discovered a new wsy to spend money." Easy Breakfast! A bowl of crisp Post Toasties and cream the thing's done. Appetizing Nourishing Convenient Ready to serve right out of the pacftage. The Memory Lingers rosrt co.. ckibalMfefc ftettle Creek.