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THE 4TT Jl NFPHI, county seat The Home Page of Live Topics Hi of Juab cou.ity, Utah, the greatest dry farming section of Utah, owns its own electric light plant, water works and 8 miles paved streets. Two banks, lumberyard, plaster mill, fine schools and a modern hotel. ; : 1 M Hervke, RHUBARB I'lilti-- Biulr THE MAKE Department of TTK-iMttll- f FRENCH AKric-ulture.- ) iSlMi'iiil HERO OF THE AIR Hene Konck of the French aviation service started out the other day to avenge lils friend. Lieutenant Clmpiit, who had Junt been killed hy tlm Iluua. Lieutenant Konck had only Just left the region of the uinlrome when he encountered an enemy Kiiuatlrillu. He drove at them, opening tire with hU muehine pun, and shot down two of the peruiaim. He then went after a third machine und : Suh.-I.leii- invites the stranger within its gates to investigate the possibilities afforded here before going elsewhere. The famous Levan ride is known throughout the world. Two railroads pass through Nephi. : : Our Part in Feeding the Nation OF IT MOST JUAB COUNTY JTTEAST Suggestions for the Farmer and Housewife, prepared, by specialists in the Department of Agriculture for the people of East Juab County. : : : Short stories about people of prominence in our country The Housewife and the War (Spveiul Information NEPHI, UTAH. TIMES-NEW- S. Information Service, I'liltcd States Department of Agricultural) ' CITY MEN AS FARM HELPERS t, i ; I H cruHhlng tJ s. ' A" J to earth. Konck returned to the airdrome to take on more gasoline and to rest before going out for the second putrnl. On thl patrol he met another . o squud-rlllu- One he shot to piece In the nlr and two others he saw strike the ground, all within five minutes. Lieutenant Konck'a achievement has never been equaled, lie recently took a lending place among French ........ fcfa"v.v.j.. aces, and Is the createst French Mir battler lnee the deuth of Captain tiuyncmer. He is descrilied us a retnurK-hlue- a In ably cool and daring liu'hter. Hecently he fought two German mac a squadron of eight, felled one of them und put the other to flight. two-seale- r : Rhubarb Freh From the Garden. Dozen Ready for Uie Attractive Way. In Any On of Half a The Service That Some City Men Rendered Last Year In Saving the Potato Crop Can Be Duplicated Now In Grain Fields, on Truck Farm, and PERSISTENT HARRY NEW two rupfula of rhuhnrb Kaure. When For Insistency perhaps Senntor cool mid u teiiHpnonful of vuullla. Harry New of Indiana wins the prlr.e Chill biiJ nerve with cream. In the wnr senate of the I'nlted State. Another favorite of mine Is rhuhnrh The Junior senator from Indiana has a r niuHlun or aeullop. I nave nil OF sticking power that equals that of the hlKfuita made from the wheat mitistl-tuteproverbial bulldog. and grind them Into criimba. When New get behind a war These I use a a butds for .scalloped measure he stays behind It until It Is dlKhe. Advance Guard of Many Good put through. A one of the strongest Rhubarb Scallop. idvocate of universal military service WiikIi tender rhubarb 7" : tulk and cut Things in Way of Fresh H'. it ha brought the subject to the Into piece about an Inen long. For Fruits and Vegetables. of the senate almost dally. each cupful of cruniba uho a cupful Icsplte the fact that at times It ha and a hulf of the cut rhuhnrb. If the eemed almost hopeless. crumb are very dry, moisten aliRhtly Tucked away In a seat beneath the YOUNG LEAVES ARE TENDER with water. 1. utter a baking dish and Senator New I not often allerle. a put layer of crumb sprinkled with cinnniiiou or nuttncR, thro a layer of I'll, but he Is hetird. He Is quick hi feet whenever promise for aerhuhnrb and three or four tutilrapoon-fu- l on open up. and he never leavi- - the Expert of Department of Agriculture of corn sirup. Iot with butter. Relate Her Experience in Making .umber until his fight I dlpwed of. KeMnt until dish I full, covering the When the Spanish war broke out Delicioua Dishes Some Recipe with buttered crumb. I'.ake for top 'nrrv New wn null k to Cet Into the Are Given. - minute and brown on top. Thl 1 rvlce. Ill service during that war may he served hot with without . t-r "4 ive him an Insight Into military I alway hail with delight the first Muie. hi Tu Meml during the present crisis. Senator .i tender atulk of rhulmrli Hint grow In New I young for hi age and come from Indianapolis, where he used to advance are the my garden. Tbey Breadleaa Meal Save Wheat. en gage In newspaper work. guard of so tunny good thine In the How are you siivlim wheat? tne way of fresh fruit and vegetable I to werve lireadles tneivls now way that the spring and summer bring to and then. Have you ever tried them? 11. I'reiKllesn liieul CHAMPION OF BABIES need planning Kvcn the back yard or city garden Von can't take Just any menu ran have It clump of rhubarb. 1 find nhead. and take the bread out and exited the It one of the most useful plant In my i to like It. Ilread haa several In all the cltle of America there Harden. Hy cutting out the I. loom ranilly functloti In tbe meal, and fully I a feud between the landlord and the Hulk before It mature and pulling the tilth opinion which we have cltle but one talk often I have grind rhubarb all of It. (he It I one of our best food for baby. And In all the I If neglected tiMi Ions tlx the winner. landlord the usunlly fuel, furnishing rnrbWliydrnte in the l'.nliles are not wanted In modern flat. stalk become wody, but the young form of March and also body building K. Snleave In the rftilir of the rrown will Jame official. I'.ut tine city mihstanee. Hut protein and nilm-rn- l Ix" tender and ijsable all summer. Tin the meal roiitnln enough other fmd non, Jr.. commissioner of revenue and 1 leaf area should not lie reduced too if to furnish the alareh end the protein finance In Jersey City, hn been nosing much ly harvesting, a It will weaken needed and law of the In crevice the about hy tiot nave the Itrend? the root and reduce the harvest the hn discovered a way of assuring to Try plimnlng your meal ao that the v- -, following year. Kvrn when fruit come these baby It happy home. He ha t ill lies the savlnc take I do not forget the rhuburo. and In prebaby-shon lire the of Hie breml. 1'otntors wert already and dared them landlord of the serving time It repay me for my car place or diihei n pototoeii inashwl, bnkiil. to put another city mr out on the! Infant money. by saving ImmIimI or rli-e-d corn-inerice, ovcn-frlehi plan he offer streets. Moreover, Making Preterve. iim-hominy grit large homFtrwlerrlc and raphcrrle are free of charge to all other cltle. with I'ki-I lima beau, split the assurance that ran similarly Usually expensive, to huy hy the crate iny. wrveil a vege- make use of it to tiny America' for preserving, but I make preserve, peRalt lthare good protect meat and grovy. It la not next generation. Commissioner toin- to one hit! f by table, using from nereary to nerve more than one of tion admit that the landlord I within v. etc tit of rhuhnrh. Hott, rasplwrrlc and atrawberr'e have a derided flavor, Aiese sturrliy food at a meal, hot hi technical right In choosing whomof them, for Instance, ever he. likes for hi tenant. I'.ut the crvlng aw that the rhubarb I not noticeable. or crusty croquette I allow the rhubarb to eook down ifi i, inn- - nil tin in ii V city hn technical right, too. And bel until fairly rncett rated before adding fried mush (and theae can lie rooked sy to the landlord: "Very well. If The feult I a dellrloua in the oven Instead of In the fat Kethe yon lnls on the letter of the law the city will do the same. If you Insist ttle) In addition to potatoe or on discriminating against families with rhildren the city will raise your tat Jam or tireoenre. potatoc. makra the meal more taty assessment to the limit. If you try to come back we will fight the case out Kmm time to time t rut the for m.ioy of n and I an easy way of ticfore the bar of public opinion. And yon will lose. For Jersey City I on and. If It I not wanted for wrurliig variety. a ran for few ut the aide of the hable., and don't yon forget It iiw. up Therefore, In planning your hread-lwinter. I have kept iwune very mel make sure that you serve hy rotting Into halflnrh an abundance of fresh vegetable, to and in klue filling f.. viith rold green rabliagp, kale, turnip SCULPTOR WHO RAISED A ROW water, then aeal-In- g iifh dandelion the jar aa tiaiial. top, onion, onion I4it'r In the utnnier I male a few and other grens. as(iaragus. green e.iatie. spinach, carrot and Jnr of rhnharti rntmr, roiklng th fJittBon I'.orcliim. though a so on. rhoing those hl'h are In seathubarh with futrar until sculptor, probably attracted son and abundant In your gnrden or thrn adding tint an ralin. mure attention to himself by his accn-Wlicn rhul'Hrh rrm1e t upvurnti''' your market. With a varied mr-aHons r if list the memlier of the old In the nnal way. rceft that thi jjr(ng 1 reolvrd to find a way to nircroft production than he ever foKl of atari the and the It aervlng hy ne ulihmif Bing more thun tny did by his art work. Sek-cteby hi are Inrcer than usual hnre f tngnr I have found that hy the eseahle I'resident Wilson, to find out friend, nolng rort lrnji I mn make rhii'iarh to make tip fif the bread, you ran why tbe airplane program had have a hreskfasf, dinner or supper afiiK-aiiTrfu!!T. he asserted he bad found plain hbh may be pleasing to the taste and RHubarb 6auc. evidence of lncoinieieticy, (rrnfl and meet tflf-Inrwill needs. the wliih In Vn.h the rhunrh and rut body Inlnences. TTiose Involved e. t'xii three rupfnN of the Ttiere are olhr food rombi nation im!)' eanie bin k with connler-charget- i rut rhuharh In a muretian wltli two anl dishes hbh yon csn take advanMr. IVirgltim disinterestedpugning and for tage of in planning the meal with lnt)lejiiifiil of ness, which he angrily repelled. Add one find one half brend. For Instance, you msy prefer five minute. Mr. fiorglum, whose full name CT'fiila of rorn airnp and co-irt of to replace your usual allowlohn t!utein de la Mofbe IWirglnm. i until fle rtiuhnrh ance of hread with a best saving tender. burn In Idaho In 1 "17, a ad waa nnwii-- f aauee, a ,), If yon desire rt. Thes deaaert furnish much d at Kt. Mary' college In Kan-- . the swine fiwsl material a bread, hot tMepoonfiil W Kinf Migsr will help, After atudylng art for a time In rhu-tar- h In a different form: ltlce pudding, tne of my favort desert tan Francisco, hw went to Pari at the hominy pU'HiriE, Indian podding, tapl-o- a taplwa. of twenty-threand there studied ige or rream Rhubarb Tapioca. fruit tapl". cornstarch In the Academic Julien worked md ?onk a half r.ful of taplw-pudding, baked lanana ( Tje banana ii nd the dea Art, He t nsj . ' WJ s t In use they are fiipful of ater nnld aoft. f'nt whi'h are nderr1fe. hi lit ted a a flnter and wulptor In n dotihle tKiller and rook tint II clear, richer la starch than the ripe ones), the I'sris salon and In Sjialn and California, and In 1fB3 went to London, where Add or gingerbread aaada from the wheat adding Wore water If c be reahled for Ova yi ar. aaM of and ntlr la teanvoefat half cubstitate. RHUBARB IS ONE BEST PLANTS left-ove- e It-- f ;r i r. -- h. to Im7 - am-re- b r e due-reful- Jr !. t, a i I tird d tr 1 k d'b-ate- fx-o- to n-- ery. a TO HELP FARMER x tr rhn-bar- PEOPLE IN TOWN m." t lu-ni- Farm Labor Shortage Such That Heroic Measures Are Necessary to Save Crops. IS NEED CLUB they couldn't still do good fnrmwork. Why. not so bina ugo, when Itlll I'.roun rushed In to cct u few bull of binder twine, und to put ti little extra money in the bunk und chuffed you iiliout the case of your job und how soft you were, you pmhiihly bonsted thut you could still slunk ttbetit or walk between the plow hiiuilles with the best of them. Of course you could mid of coHrse ym an. Mnybe you can't hold It as Ions ns some of them, but you enn do It us well. All right. The time hn come for you to do It. Yi never iiinde ti bimt tlmt .VoU couldu't tck up. did you? If your town down no thi mntti-r- . the country will sutTer a It will not suffer n great denl. most of the low ns are not benni' ol'i.-- to full down on It. I'.ut If your town fidls don ti on this mntter, your town wilf suffer more than u little. Von know whut h!ij.'iis lo tradeln'ii the dinners nil around nr short on crop and have barely etioith iimoey to serlmp by with. Commercial Club Should Act. Tide the millter Up til the next meeting of tin- - I olllllieri i:il club or Imiird of trnde. r. better still, call a You hnve lnlltieiice !cii!l lo do It or hnve it dotie. Ilerw clioiJi-Is what tlarcnce (nisley, assistant secretary if agriculture of the I'nlteil .suites, says ntsntt It : "To render ibis to the fanner and to the tiiit'on, the loenl cotiinieri'liil dull or titisltiess men's association should iitd"dtit a latmr res iiiatle or a stnull and n'tlve on farm liilxir. Thi IntKir repres4 titatlve or rommljtee should nuke ii riuniisn i,f the business turn, clerks and others in the town wh have had friui rxjwriefic- - and h are wlllliie to close or l.ae their oti ttinii day or pliii es of Inisini nf ten . Km., or for bng peri'sls. and to out on the (arm to This labor representative or bclji. committee shotiM either get in t'ltirh with the farmer t henwlves or with an agent rrpre-cntlt'- i. the farmer, sin h as the master of the Grange, the president of the union, the manager of the f rerun ry or store, or the county agricultural ngcrd. and ascertain Jnt bow many men each farmer can use to advantagi jVHng jtikkI weather and part imlnrl) firing certain ru!t jwrkwl In plnntlng. or harvesting. With thl Information on the farm btir need and the numl-c- r of wnrki-tatallahle, tbe cotnmittee can assign the men who have volunteered to help In thl farm H emergency to the vnrb-uthe rir'igbhorbol," llt-tl- e. Opportunity for Nation a Part the Farm Oudey City Men to Repay to of Debt They Owe What Clarence Ha to Say. Suppose you close, your store next Tuesdny lock It Up and go nwny nil tiny how much will you loseT Some, thing, certainly. Hut aiipMiw, tomorrow morning, you display placnrd oer every counter telling your customer that the store will not ! ocn Tuesdny, that the entire wile force froiug to put in the day fighting for the freedom of America, and nslf them to huy on Mondiiy whiit they need for Tuesdny. How much would you lose then, even If your competitor on the next corner should keep iK-- nil ilny and huslle for business? A little. I'.ut don't you think It iKissihly. would be bread u;n the wuter, that would return to you. and after n: w many dnys, at that? iMn't you believe Hint, for every customer of yours wlio went to lraV wttli your competitor during the ilny you were closed, three of his would come to trade with you within the week? Must Fight In Furrow. t'rban people have got to do some In the furrow fighting for froi-dothl spring, summer and fall. They have got to help the country win the nnr by helping the farmer produce food which mean that they will I helping thcmsclve mft of all. With the exception of a few mining and manufacturing renter, the village, town and rltie of for their or les are mninly on the of the succes inserity farming communities around them. They have good time or hard time In proportion aa Hie farming nticra tlon in their trnle territory succeed or fall. In normal time, even, nl-ble t prompts the business man to encotirace and nld the farmer. Now, In the stress of war. the prompting lo help the farmer come hardly less from good business Judgment than from patriotic impulse. Here I the situation: The farmer will need additional labor to help cub tlvnfe and harvest the crops they have planted. Thl sitnntbin cannot l met The titsfc mtrcd by legislation. litem the Isriodlfc by I'harnoh, to make bricks without straw, wn an easy Job compared with the tnsk of making labor by law. In large the nd"d labor must rome from the people In town whose bind-h- e doe not have to be kept h morning every minute. Mef Who Were Farm Boy. Too know, a very large prortion of bualne men have been fnnit hoys. Just make a mental canvas of the men In your block or your building. Ton remember when they came in green from the country, sunburned and bard a hickory. The fact that they are mi among the best bust-nndoe bet prove that tnen In 1 de-nde- !ol lui nltin,e r-- v com-iiiilt- 1 1 .t. s s Farm Labor Problem, The fnmi labor problem is ne that aflms tiol the fanner alone. It Is a problem liist affect the city .. h the tnnn and in the solution .f city iiimi ini)t beip. Ctndy the problem a It applies to the fanning communities on w hi b yon and jour dp-nfor the largest Inen sure of surces. Write to the depart men! rf agriculture. Waslrmg'oo. It, ( for a of "The Farm titwif rrd.len ufflcli-n- t if I'ropcrly Motolixed ami t'otntnunily by bu-iio- ss Man-pow- er The manure fheck I rcHsin the cream chef k providing a mrn will cash It with spreader. Itye 't-i- p oil I for an sxcellent green (nanurtnc maititiu-uaand Ibtreaaiof fertility.