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THE Miladi's Toilet BOYD PARK STRIA I MAIN SALT LAKE In Some M aplaaSIl asrs llonal-$2- K S0 ki. tflOO. niaalDt cundltlos-aa- fr l.bl paillM. Will kii Caf Uw., Vi RandaU-Dod- d Na. Cuaiaalaas llm claai Mrnu If waalaS br salla4 Auto Co UN tad sastlia-Uc- Silt Lain Ctir LEARNING WHITE MAN'S WAYS Eskimos Said to Be Making Gratify, ing Progress aa a Result of Missionaries' Teachings. Oil nersehel Island, where the sun tehlucs continuously for eight weeks la cummer, the Eskimos had a sun dance, not always clothed in the garments of propriety, a writer in an exchange says. They tyd an Idea that when the tron came bark Its movements were directed by an Invisible power, but they had no tangible conception of a Ood. They liad no belief In a future life, elthet of rewnrd or punishment. Today they re religious, truthful, kind to their children and to the aged. They are ambitious to learn ; they are practical, extremely Industrious, sanitary In their habits, well clothed and well lioused. Insanity la unknown, but tuberculosis Is common. They whale In summer and trap In winter. They are clever In trading, (rood workers on land, water and Ice, and take excellent care of their house hold effects. Tools, If broken, are neatly repaired. When on Uerschel Island or at Fort Mel'berson, they eat the white man's food with great rel lsh. In summer they eat their fish and blubber raw and In winter froren. They like food cooked, but It Is a matter of Indifference to them. They will bar ter for the white man's food, eat a hearty meal of It, and then go out and eat blubber and raw fish as dessert. The contents of a deer's stomach they consider a great delicacy. KEEP HIM REASONABLY BUSY Preacher Serving , In Y. M. C A. "Hut" in Training Camp Finds HI Duties Many and Varied. If there la a notion that Y. M. C A. work In the camps consists In selling tamps and banding out pocket testa meets, let It be dissipated at once. One preacher, serving in a hut In New Jersey camp, reports that be has done almost everything under the sun except preach. He has built fires, swept floors, looked after hundreds of pocknges of laundry, umpire baskeibull games, or-fn il zed a glee club, circus, sold Ice cream at the canteen. and driven a flivver ten miles and back three times a week to provide emld cream. He has written letters home for boys who could not write, and he bas taught those same boys their first lessons In the English lan jruage. He bas been a repository for hundreds of heart secrets, and be bas nerved as trustee for the care of as many as thirty Liberty bonds at Aphis Makes Its Ap pearance Apply Solution of Nicotine Sulphate. Peat Sucks Juices of Plants, Causing Them to Wither and Die Best Results Are Secured by Employment of Power Spray. (Prepared by the United B'atea Depart ment or Agriculture.) Severe losses by- - the melon aphis, or "melon louse," cun Ire largely re duced aud In ninny cases prevented by the uso of control measures uin the first apiwaranee of the Insect. Spraying with nicotine sulphate, which no fur bas given the best results, aud other methods Of combating the pest are described in Farmers' llulletln 914, Control of the Melon Aphis, by IT. IL Chittenden, issued by .he United States department of agriculture. Next to the striped cucumber beetle the melon aphis la the most linportunt cucumber Insect pest and probably the most serious enemy of melons and crops In this country. It works quickly, sucking tho Juices of the plant and causing them to wither and die, often before Insect Injury Is suspected. Whole fields are destroyed In few days. The melon aphis has more than forty Jiz ;t In check jEqcf nenii In nuuiy regions much of the time, but artificial control becomes Imperative when weather conditions are unfavorable to Its parasites. How to Fight the Melon Aphis. The following directions for combat ing the pest are given In the bulletin : 1. Examine the melon or cucumber field In several places from time to time In order that the melon nphls may ot cause serious duniage before de tection. 2. When the aphis Is found, do not wait to find out whether It Is going to Increase, but begin spraying at oix-e- . 8. lie sure to use the correct formula and apply It properly and thoroughly, making frequent inflections to ascertain that the undersides of the leaves are well covered. 4. Use plenty of spray mixture 200 gallons to the acre. If necessary and apply at high pressure, about 150 pounds If possible. If the work Is undertaken In time, the bulletin points out, and directions re-lut- 5 r An examining physician for one of the prominent life inauranra companies, in a In Now Workers 6tatlond Extension interview 01 i ue suojeci, utaue i ne astonishing atatement tiiat one reason why Thirty-Nin- e States Many Reso many applicants for insurance are re Out-loo- k Information for quests jected is bevauae kidney trouble is so comfor 1918 Bright. mon to the American people, and the lurtce majority of those whose applications are declined do not even suspect that they (Prepared by the United dcatea Departhave the disease. ment ot Agriculture.) Juduing from reports from drueciste the The interest In Increasing pro who are in direct touch with duction of honey as a war measure Is iue puouc,constantly mere is one preparation iimi and m some sections bee has beea very aucressful in overcoming country-wid- e keeping Is receiving unprecedented at these conditions. The mild and healing Swamp Hoot is tendon. The increase In Colorado this intluence of Dr.' Kilmer's soon realised. It stands the highest for year will probably be 100 per cent. It its remarkable record of success. Is said. In ninny localities there hue ia strictly We find that Swamp-Roo- t been a marked Increase In winter pro an berlial compound and we would ad tection, and the bees passed the cold vise our readers who feel in need of such a it s trial. It is on sale season and were ready to begin work remedy to of gathering nectar as soon as the at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large, weuhcr permitted. However, if you wish first to test this The United States department of ng' great cents to lr. send rlculture now bus 13 Ivilmcr to., Ifinghamton, . ., lor a bottle When 39 In who stntcs, sample are working workers writing be sure and and the requests from those who wish mention this paper. Adv. information nnd help on So Do We All. are coming In faster than the departJohnny My father's it policeman, ment and Its extension workers can g tuke care of them. To meet this demand for Information, meetings nfe g dis being held In various tricts, particularly In the Southern states, In which bee culture Is di War Prisoners te Form Club. A doEen Itrltlsh prisoners of war whs bad escaped from Oertnany met t a. dinner recently given In London Ihelr escape. At this dinto ner fawn decided to form club, membership of which was to be con fined to those who have succeeded lo prisoners making their way out of of wsr or Internment camp In Germany. The site of the club premises has not yet been settled, but the club will certainly be the most novel thin of Its kind In London. Tsck Window Shades. When the window shade falls off shoe string, or any the rod take kind of strong tape and put the tack through It. No matter If the children pull on It or the spring breaks, will not tesr off again. Tigers Fond ef the Wstee. Tigers are extremely fond of bathtoo. If a tub be provided, ing. In they will eagerly raake ue of Its fa cilities for ablution. They are first rate swimmers, and la former days It was reckoned at Singapore Ibat they "ate a Chinaman night," swimming cross fmm the mainland to get him. But They Dent Deceive Msny. men," ssld t'nHe Hn, "mskes portend dey's gtt1n wisdom when dey's only loafin' around It fluiglo' delr curiosity." "Rome ..''! !.'"'.as " ? ' f ','- - v i 'Y'V VKi' . ' v CONSERVE 41 4 4 4 44' 4 i u-- I J s: ji d Portsmouth, trreg-ularitie- Ohio." I suffered front pains in my side and was ao weak at time I could bardlv get around to do my work, and as I had four in my family and three boarder it made it very hard for me. Lydia E. Fin V ham's Vega-tabl- e m Compound '. ' tt . drug-gUt- oo-- for tho past 40 years, under tho personal supervision of Mr. Chas. H. Fletcher. What havo makers of imitations and substitutes at stake?. What are their respensibilitics?JI To whom are they answerable? . They spring up today, scatter " their nefarious wares broadcast, and disappear tomorrow. Could each mother see the painstaking caro with which tho prescription for Fletcher's Castoria is prepared : could they read tho innumerablo testimonials from grateful mothers, they would never listen to tho subtle pleadings and falso arguments of those who would offer. an. imitation of, or substitute for. the tried and true Fletcher's Castoria. w" Children Cry' For I ft ICASTOHiA ft it"; i tatS I i w J' sr niirzz h- - V notheStornaaisarl8crUuf i TO II f. IA1 DfT Thmby Iobn DttVrfk Extracts from Letters by Grateful Parents to Chas. II. Fletcher. Cheerfulness and RfStC aw fictthcr 0plam.Morphlnt 4 Mineral. c De- - partment of Arl.uliurs I jr Live stoek men of this country Spraying Outfit Suitable for Use to T are confronted with a situation Control Melon Aphis. X iinparnlletd In history. The demand for are carefully followed, there should be unprecedented do difficulty In protectlmt a field of engrains for human consumption makes It Imperative that such cumbers or inehms asnlnst the ravages of the melon aphis and obtaining products be conserved to the ot- X most and Ihnt only those feeds Rood yield. for live stock which are ? be Nicotine 8ulphat Spray Favored. not needed for human food. As a spray for the melon sprite and It Is the duty of our stockmen other plant lice nicotine sulphnte thus to asist In the provisioning of far has irlven the best results. Th the great armlee engaged In following formula Is said to combine military and Industrial pursuit the Ingredients In the proper roHr-ttonboth In this country and abroad. They must also preserve their Nicotine sulphate, 40 per cent, fluid breeding animals In such a man3 minces ner that their usefulness will be Tellow laundry soap, avoirdupois Increased. Tills will necessitate 1 pounds the titllirntlon of many farm 25 Water, gallon products which In the past bava On account of the low sprsyln nabeen entirely or partially wasted. ture of the vine growlh, a ni.irb more even distribution of the sprsy Is effected by a power sprayer than by a machine. TOWNS ASSIST FARM LABOR Hosps of nearly every Und are valuable as Sprays for the control of the melon aphi and others of lt kind. Business Men Should Aid Farmera In Kerosene-so- s Securlng Burr-eleHelp te Har p emulsion, a standard est Products. as stich Insects remedy for Bucking plant lice, la regarded as secondary rprt-nen- t In vstiie to the nicotine snlphste solu- (Prepared fcv the tn"4 of Aarrkultare tion. Where) only a few plants are Inrrosperlty of the villages, town, and fested and It la Possible to direct a cities In the agricultural retns I Ot water them the stream npnn strong measured of largely by the aphis can be checked materially In the surrounding farms. production this manner without Use of other subIf there are poor crop, the farmers stances. The melon aphis la partial to the have little money to spend for clothing, and other necessities- - When cantaloupe and other melons, encum- furniture, the are crop money flow Info bers, gourds, aqnssh, rmmpklns. and other cucurbits, cotton. nVrs, and or- the community and both farmer and business man alike are benefited. anges and other citrus fruits, all fond More directly at IhU time people of and feed Insects the which plants upon rnir town and cities are Interested In multiply. larger food production, so that there may be a big surplus to feed the army. Unceasing Attention te Weeds. The weed fight Is one of the stand- navy, and the allies. final nese men should aid farmer In ard rontlne operations on th farm, end It represents a large proportion of obtaining sufficient labor to plant and rv to prodnce crop- - No harvea-- t the crop. Farmer should be labor t feature of farming re- urged to go ehend with fhetr fflrm work nthr 1 quires such universal! and oqceaslof and assured of sufficient labor I" bandit the prodtKt. tent Ion as do I he weed. J FRECKLES Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio Woman. 'liti responsibility attached to tho preparing of a remedy for infants and children is undoubtedly greater than that imposed upon the manufacturer of remedies for adults whose system is sufficiently strong to counteract, for a time at leJli, any injurious drug. It iswell to observe that Castoria is prepared today, as it has been ALL GRAINS (Prepared by the fnlted Hatee "!"t What Lydia E. Pinkham' ' I , bee-kee- p J FOR WOMEN" A Great Responsibility. cussed. The extension workers are giving attention to preventing the spread of brood diseases, esp daily (f American foul brood, brought on in mnny cases by the failure of ers properly to disguose the disease, The outliHik for 101S Is bright. pe-Hullsts of the department believe. Fac tories making supplies have been running overtime during the past winter and are ready to supply all demands that can be mado on them, provided the goods can be transported. There has been an enormous Increase In the dcmnnd for literature on beekeeping. Including mnny calls for farm ers' bulletins. The demand for bees Is so great that It will probably exceed the supply, for In addition to those who wish to embark In ing there Is a desire on the part of to enlarge their the apiaries and Increase their output of honey. The exports of 1017 honey to Europe, especially to the 1'nlted Kingdom, exceeded by far those of any previous year. During the winter It was common for more honey to leave for Europe In ten days than In any year previous to 1114. 44444444 444 4 4? 4 444 "BEST MEDICINE Omtt Raise Beea to Save Sugar. tlnvs. nlj-htf- w,. rsnxmx- - Nor-wuy- 'e was recommended to me. I took It t Nor U & Tit uCtt Riiol Ttwt Ugly Spu and it has restored Thw'i bo Innr th allrhtMt b4 of iVllBf my health. It ia ihamnl of our fnvkit, aa otinoe doubts certainly the best la guaraateed lo rseaoTS tUraa bomsty medicine for woman's ailments I ever sptila. Mrs. donhla ounrs Othtna of R. Nix l, saw." sa Sara Simply Suaw, snd spply s llttls i'orUmouth, Ohio. Btrnt! from your ' of It soon yrva and should sad as mortilDg ulght tn Mrs. Shaw proved the merit of this to that ovra tha worat fracklrs baas a haaa aaalal ad entabllo tha lighter medicine and wrote this letter in order ire)--. It ta seldom that mora than ooa ounce that other suffering women may find Is needed to rompletely rlnar ths skin snd aia relief as she did. a beautiful clesr ontpleil"a. Be sure to aak for l ha double atreng-tOthtna, Women who are suffering as she waa SB this Is sold under guarantee of money back should not drag along from day to day U It falls to remote freckle. Ad. without triving this famous root and what does your father do? herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeHis Record. Jimmy What ma tells him. Compound, a trial. For special finest-Homuch did you ever get table advice in regard to such ailments writ A cynic Jg a unit) who would make a out of your cur? to Lydia K. l'inkhara Medicine Co., Lynn, fool of himself In the society he Owner Well, I think seven times In Mass. Tha result of its fortv years one mile. Is my record. experience is at your service. bee-kee- stage-manage- d Tertians oddest of bis many tasks was one thst came his way on wild nd stormy night In April, when the mister of arms at the military station entered the "Y" hut after taps, carry ing a red box tinder bis arm. "Say, said the master of arms, "we've got lot of T. N. T. mines stored st the station. Here's the detonators. In this box. There's considerable lightning around, and It Isn't afe lo leave these things close to the mines. Would you Just as soon take core of the box over " The Red Triangle man slept the night (or tried to sleep) with enough Men explosive under bis cot to bio blin ball way to heaven. Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected Receiving Much Attention. as As Soon CITT IN USED CARS EASILY RECOGNIZED Sections Bee Keeping Is In leading textile manufacturers, has for some time been experimenting with paper textiles, and the results have been so good thut Its factory will soou produce these new fabrics on large acute, iwcordlng to a commercial agent report from Copenhagen. They consist of 75 ler cent paper aud 25 per cent cotton and are uld to be soft und warm; a little heavier than ordinary cotton goods and not quite so strong, but cheaper. They should be especially suited, says the Norwegian press, for blouses, dresses, curtains, and. In short, as a substitute for cotton goods In general. The Chrlstlunla aejlugsfubiik (suit cloth factory) has also been experimenting with paper as a substitute and has obtaliu'd some promising results. ENEMY OF MELON NSECT DOES HARM QUICKLY BARGAINS Fabrics Norway. ' The Paper Nyduleus company, one of KIDNEY TROUBLE NOT IS INCREASING FAST MAKERS OF JEWELRY 10 NEPHI, UTAH. S. INTEREST IN HONfr SPRAY CONTROLS Everything for your dressing table, traveling kit or automobile tour. Toilet acta, manicure pieces or completely fitted cases and rolls. We have the handy things" you need. Prices are modest. TIMES-NEW- e ; -- I '"as . -- Notahoui'v C J. EntrHsn, of Springfield, Mass., says J "It was your Castoria that saved my child." 4 Mrs. Msry McGinnis. of St. Louis, Mo., savs : "We have given oar Castoria ever since waa she baby your born, and we rcccoznmend it to all .A,is mothers." N. TL CaJmes, ft Marion, Ky., says i "You have the best medicine In the world, as I have given your Castoria to my babies from first to last." 4 Mrs. Albert Urmky, of Lawrenceburtj, IwL, says J "Aa I have had your Castoria In uv for nearly three years, I am pleaaed to say it is Just aa represented. My children are both well and happy thanks to Castona. ", R. P. Stockton, of New Orleans, La., says : "We bepan giving your Castoria to our baby when he was tight days old and have kept it vp ever aince, never having bad to give any ether medicine." i Mrs. Dolph Hornbuclcle, f Colorado SprinffB, Colo., says I "We commenced invinji your Castoria to our baby when she wss four weeks old. U tow. fven months and welpha K'J pounds. Everyone remarks I bst bealthy looking baby. We give Castona credit lor iu" r !.lt l s.tnfiil Brmcdrtbr CofistipatiorandDiarrtiPCi nd fcvrrisnnt' 'J;'.?! t; m m i Lessor bixE? cranio t avrrf rcvi tfOacr rc Smile SifL0 IT' 1 GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS BEARS the Signature cf Etact Copf of Wrapper. band-operate- d -- e He'd Forgotten Something. ss In the earlier days of recruiting, when a partlculHrly smartly attired man presented himself before the sergeant st a rerruitlng office. He adopted an air of great suierl-orlty- . displaying at the same time. In an ostentatious manner, a watch-chai. with Mg seals, a glittering studs, cuff links, as well as several ftoeths Itching tcalpa. On retlrm rently mb snots of dan rings. druff and Itchlns; with Cotlcnra Olnt- - j "Ah, sergeant." he said. In a peremptnent. Jfett morning shampoo with j tory manner, "please look sharp with Concurs Soap and not water. For rree my dtails; I have ah rather an Imsamples address, "Cntlcnrs, Dept. X, portant engagement." The sergennt looked him np and Boston." At drneeists and by malL down steadily as though searching for Soap 25, Ointment 25 and fst). Adv. something he coold not find. SuddenA Question. ly he sprang to his feet. "I have It," he exclaimed. "HeavThe WorkerWhat are you doing? The Shirker Helping to v. In the ens, man, ye've forgotten yer bracelet I" war. The Worker For which side t Flyleaf. Queee. "He has queer Ideas." "For e "SnjfS he'd rather The man who marries a widow usu- stanceT right ally finds out that he Is the successor than be popnlar." to her Idenl hnband. A door spring adds lo the Time ln't alwsys money tt the man anger of the man who wants to slam ilwi iyv tainess on credit. the door. L.ke Home. There Is real sentiment In the esse of the dairy farmer twy viho. vihen he was sent a can of en'lned mils over In France, christened ( "A-steiIt IVIle" and msde a stall with two Mis of hoard on the shelf In his clugont. It n fr tie-pin- In-b- self-closin- g Had His Own Method. Driving along one riny I picked np a small hoy trudging home from conn-tr- y sehool, and questioning htru sbont what he sos learning, his letters and numbers snd so on. "And Is teacher yon to slngT" I asked. "Oh, no." he said; "she can't teach me to sing." "Tluit's too bad." I answered. "Oh, no." he reassured me, "'cause I'm teaching myself." "l!or "Well, v.hen the right along behind Tribune. ret sing t sing them.--Tilcs- go Of No Valve to Him. "Can yon give me any rpiotations from the I'.iMe," asked the ploiia looking Individual of his friend, the stockbroker. "Weil. 1 can have one of the hoys look them up, bnt I don't believe yon will find them of mnch el--fncat this late date," returned the c:lier. e When Your Eyes Need Care Try Muriner Eye Remedy 8 tTWf" f) e.stsff f Hs jlwej-- ''f rW lrff M0l IIIKIIIftUl CvOCHlCAWV rW-l- .