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THE county seat of Juab county, Utah, the greatest dry farming aection of Utah, owns it wn electric light plant, waterworks anrJ 8 miles paved sidewalks. Two banks, lumber yard, plaster mill, fine schools and a modern hoteL t t LOAN IN by BUSINESS Fargo, N. D. Post Adjutant Works Out Plan for the Benefit of His Buddies. The first Instance In which the American Legion has gone Into the trust, savings ana loan business Is from reported Fargo, N. D. To encourage thrift and to help the needy, the post, on January 1, 1021, Instituted an American Legion Bonus Loan association from plans worked out by Arthur F. Col lar, post adjutant Four hundred ff the post's 700 members already bave deposited sums from $5 to 125 on which five per cent Interest Is paid. A Legion man wishing to borrow assigns his state compensation claim to the Legion it will require eight years for North Dakota to pay all service men the bonus awarded them. The borrower may obtain up to 50 per cent of the amount to be owarded him by the state. He pays Interest at 8 per cent Business Is transacted through a Fargo bank. To date more than fifty loans have been made and more than $20,000 has been paid into the savings fund. A dividend Is paid to depositors. Immediately upon being granted a loan, the person to whom It is made must open a savings account to Insure proper expenditure of the money. Legion posts la piany states have written the Fargo post for information upon which to base a simitar system. semi-annual- THINK HE WILL BE GOVERNOR People of Washington State See Bright Future for Their Soldier Lieutenant-Governo- r. Tie's Just naturally lucky," the peoplo of Washington say of William Coyle, Jennings ielr lleutenant-joverno- r, who they claim. Is the youngest maa In the world holding thnt office. Coyle has been a "natural lete" since HOLDS RECORD Former Lumber Jack Who Put (Copr for Thl Department Supplied the American Lesion Newe Service.) LEGION MAN Col- lege Professors to Flight In Intelligence Test invites the stranger within its gates to investigate the possibilities afforded here before going elsewhere. The famous Levan ridge is known throughout the world. Two railroads pass through Nephi. : : jj .Topics ifru fheLimellaJai: Positions as Instructor In philosophy, bacteriology and English have been offered by several large universities of the Chauncey" M. Depew is made, by west to Michael J. the force of circumstances, to pose Nolan, Seattle as an object lesson in thrift Anyway, Wash., before the along about 1950 or 1900 when Chaun-ce- y war a lumberjack, M. Depew decides to retire from during It a sapper the directorate of the New York CenIn the Royal Entral railroad and pass his declining gineers and after in rest and quiet at Brlarcllft years it a patient In Manor he will have a nice little nest army hospitals for egg laid aside for his old age. He 49 weary weeks. told a reporter about It the other day.; A MA Shortly after "The first $100 I ever earned," he America opened hostilities with Ger"was deposited In the Peekskill said, enmany, Nolan, 88 years old, tried to bank at Interest. That was Savings list He was refused enlistment be-to more than sixty years ago, the year cause of his age, but he went before the Civil war started. It haa Canada and took on with the Dominion been there ever since, because I never In forces. Following severe service had the heart to draw It out although France, he was Invalided to a hospital sometimes I needed It badly. I alat Folkestone, England, where he ways thought something might happen. suffered from shellshock, Influenza and "Then I forgot all about it the was He same time. the at Jaundice all former senator continued. "The other held there for almost a year. day I was in Peekskill and dropped In When he reached Seattle in 1919 he at the bank. I asked them if I had any was so weak that he could not lift there and an official told me that my old account of $100 was still on the his hand to shave himself. He en- money Books ond had multiplied to $800. He said It was their 'star account' because tered the University of Washington of Its venerableness." in December, for vocational education And now gaze on the contrast. Mr. Depew added that he had another 1919. account of $8750 which he deposited In the Westchester County bank fifty Nolan's remarkable accomplishments not draw Interest It Is still there and still $8750. In collegiate Intelligence tests have years ago. : This did Deposit your $100 In a bank where the deposit will draw Interest been announced to the country. Com- and Moral be compounded. he peting with four professors, CO answered without error questions In 02 seconds while the brightest of the professors answered but 54 In 30 minutes. Due to his ability, Nolan la finishing a four year complete course Dispatches from Washington In in 18 months. The Intellectual giant below the the press have reported that Attorney average physically, Is a native of Wex- General Harry M. Daugherty Is preford, Ireland. He Is a member of paring to resign from President Harbe Rainier-Nobl- e post the American ding's cabinet Thewillplaa seems a tocanbecome that he probably Legion, In Seattle. didate for United Senator from Ohio. If elected he would probably become SEVERAL JOBS AS CHAPLAIN administration leader of the upper branch of congress. 'Toledo (O.) Divine Is Much In Demand v 4 if -' There are also rumors of otiier With Veterans' and Other SomJUWf In cabinet the these, changes Organizations. rumors have grown out of the movement to consolidate two or three of Chaplain for six different organisathe executive departments presided tions, Rev. H. F. MacLnne, Toledo, O, over by cabinet members. For inIs a- - dangerous stance, it Is believed to be a fixed polcontender for the icy of the administration to consolichampion "sky pidate the war and navy departments lot" belt Into a single department of national Every time andefense. other organization However, If current reports be elects him chapthe dilemma as to Secretaries true, lain, he says he Weeks and Denby is in a fair way of feels like Bob Itself. While official denials have been made, the report persists that solving FItzlmmons, the Andrew W. Mellon of Pittsburgh secretary of the treasury soon will retire former world's from that position. In that case. Secretary Weeks would probably step Into heavyweight who, the position. after receiving a telegram announc ing the birth of a son, cried : "Hooray, I'm another father I" Chaplain MacLane wps wounded while "sky piloting" the Thirty-sevent- h It has always been predicted that division in the Meuse-ArgonoffenIn the process of settling up after the sive. Returning to Toledo after the World war the allies would say to war he Joined the Harry E. Kern poet Uncle Sam, "Well, how abftut those of the American Legion and they at Mexican debts?" Anyway, for several once elected hlra chaplain. He also is weeks Thomas W. Lamont of J. P. chaplain of the Lucas County (Ohio) & Co. has been making prepMorgan council of the Legion and of the followfor a trip to Mexico City to arations Soldiers ing other organizations: discuss with Mexican government off' v "ijT at T.afck class of the Toledo Scottish Rite; al icials the status of that country's exThirty-sevent- h Division Veterans' asternal obligations. sociation; Second regiment Ohio NaMr. Lamont makes the trip at the tional Guard, and Toledo chapter. Disrequest of the International Commitabled Veterans of the World War. tee of Bankers on Mexico, of which he is acting chairman. The Mexican SHE'S DRY LAND SAILOR ACE government extended an Invitation to Acthe committee some time ago. Girl Prize Winner In Canoe Michigan by a secretarial staff and companied Carnival Served as Yeoman statistical assistants, Mr. Lamont will F, First Class. receive suggestions of the Mexican government and report back to the The standing Joke that the war-tim- e committee. The committee represents Teomanette could not tell the difference British, French, Swiss, Dutch and Bet between a schoonclan Interests. er and a scow has been roughly estimated Mexican of the government external debt The loses Its tang Is exclusive of accrued interest, long In default amountThis at $200,000,000. when one considers Miss Ethelyn ing to about $10,000,000 additional. Meter, a Depew a Thrift Object Lesson jvym rH 0II Changes in Harding Cabinet? EAST JUAB COUNTY 0T 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 LEGION LEGION NEPHI, UTAH Page 1 AMERICAN S, TimmesNews The Home of Live tfn NEPHI. X3ne TIMES-NEW- duction, which is highly desirable from the standpoint of business as well as of the producer and the consumer, can only come when farmers generally are able so to shape their plantings that HUGE with normal weather, the acreage planted will produce the approximate quantity required to meet the consumUntil this Is accomFarmer Suffers Loss of Income ing demand. plished, seasons of shortage with and Consumer Compelled to prices painfully high to the consumer are certain to be experienced. Along Pay Higher Prices. with these will come years of excessive production In which the producer Is compelled to bear destructive loss CONTROL OF PESTS IS URGED because prices are below the cost of For the correction of production. this destructive alternation of too litJan Be Brought About Only Through tle and too great crop production the development of effective control of Painstaking Technical Research, plant pests Is one of the most imporFollowed by Adoption of Remtant factors. edies by Farmers. PLANT DISEASES TOLL TAKE United States Department bj the of Agriculture.) When a plant disease or some other Top pest destroys an important crop hroughout a large area, it is easy to lee how dangerous these pests are oth to agriculture and to the coun-rThe farmer whose crop Is suffers through loss of his ncome ; the consumer often through increased cost of his food lupply. Occasionally, as in 1916, when ha wheat crop of the United States ind Canada was reduced approxlmate-- y 280,000,000 bushels by black stem list after the entire expense Involved n Its production, except that of g and threshing, had been the result is so serious as to indanger the stability of banks and of luslness generally in the devastated legion and even, as in that case, to hreaten the future of nations through mpalrment of food supply when need-I- d for winning the great war. Take Heavy Toll on Crops. But spectacular and widespread of crops Is by no means the inly harm worked by plant diseases. y Every season and In substantially lmporant producing section they lake heavy toll on crop production. Their existence without control one of the chief hazards which 3ie farmer encounters, Increasing his :ost of production and ultimately the jrlce which consumers must pay. It has been difficult to determine sven approximately the amount of lamage done by plant diseases, but rery careful estimates recently made y the pathologists of the state experiment stations and the Department f Agriculture Indicate that In 1919 the production of ten of the Important :ereal, fruit and vegetable crops was reduced more than 050,000.000 bush-tn- d other items up to the point of Prepared y. har-restln- days. dergarten For four years he ras OH Doble's on ruarterback the famous Uni He versity of Washington team. pitched and fielded for the varsity baseball team end he was a star hurdler. Following graduation he was a reading clerk In three sessions of the Washington legislature. During the war, he claims, his luck held. He was promoted from second lieutenant to captain for bravery, was wounded In the Argonne while serving with the SC3d Infantry, and fns awarded a Distinguished Service Cross for gallantry. He is S3 years old. the father of two girls and sells farm tractors when not occupied with his official duties aa lieutenant-governoThe people of Washington declare he will be lucky enough to be the youngest governor in the United 8tates after next election. Am r. Has Leg for Service Man. Need a right leg and a perfectly good shoe with ItT Edward Duke-thlr1123 Erie street. Toledo, O., has three legs, one of which he is offering to any man who lost a leg In the World war. Dukeshlre bought a suitcase for $1.50 at a sale of unclaimed It conrepress baggnge recently. He has ap tained a wooden leg. pealed to the American Legion to help blm in placing tne artificial limb with l service man who needs It v. dry-lan- d sailor, who won a prize in the recent cnnoe carnival at Belle Isle, Do trolt, Mich. Miss Meter of Benton Harbor serve! itN a yeoman F, first class In the bureau of navigation at Washington, where she knew all about salt water craft, at least from the pictures and records. It may have been there that she learned the fine points of Legionnaires Respond. the rocky skiffs through the driving When a ptt of the American water fast enough to shame the best In Jackson, Miss., asked for volof the gobs who competed against her unteers to save the life of Welton A. In the water carnival. Crawford, overseas veteran, by blood believe that a girl can paddle her transfusion, 12 legionnaires respond- own cnnoe, too, literally and figuraed, Crawford, seriously Injured In a tively," Miss Meter rys. She was street car accident 1" recovering. one of the organizers of the Benton Harbor post of the American Legion The Meanest Man. and In the race the Legion colors flew The meanest man In the world re- from her winning craft. cently robbed the American Legion A Gripping Play. but at Wilmington, N. C, of $73 which "Was the piny InterestlngT" "Very. the service men had saved to make happier the disabled soldiers under- Some of the women forgo; to powder their noses between the c:s." going treatment In Oteen hospital. L-ri- 1 Jr. rormer Tlierlos enizeios, prime minister of Greece nnd one of the stntement of Europe, lias taken unto himself a bride. Not only thnt but he has promised himself a tour In the United State. His bride, formerly Mile. Helena Schllizr.l, Is the daughter of a Greek engaged In business in London. The bridegroom Is n and his bride ten years younger. They were married at the registry office In London and there was a religious ceremony at Illghgate the next day. Then the couple departed for a honeymoon In Brittnny of several weeks. M. Venizelos Intends to make a leisurely tour of the United a part States and will probably of bis time in speaking In the interests of the League of Nations. Former Premier Venizelos was horn In Mumlaes, near Canna. He got his education In Canea, Syria gymnasium and University of Athens, He became a barrister at Crete. His public life began the Cretan assembly. JJLJI .UJMIJUW 1 JgaeeMeel s' fifty-seve- In IN CLOVER SEED Recent Purchase North Carolina Farmer Finds Weed Seeds of Various Kinds. A farmer In Bowan county, N. C, was about to purchase some clover seed last spring from one of his neighbors, preparatory to seeding down his wheat acreage. He noticed that the eed was somewhat Impure, and was reminded of the warnings so frequently given by the county agent In to pure seed. He asked to have small sample tested for purity by the state seed laboratory at Kalelgh. The sample was reported on merely as "No. 9." Ench pound was found to contain approximately C5.nfl2 buck-hor- n seed. 2.22 dodder. 2,022 wild carrot, 2.208 Mark-seedeplantain, 414 curled dock. 27(1 Venus looking-glas139 each of crn grnss and green foxtail a total of 83.140 weed seeds In each pound. This would, no dm!t, he sufficient to seed the man's land to these pesta for the next decade. Although this "ample was the worst d s. In with an election to (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Potatoes require 90 to 100 days after planting before any will be ready for use. The tubers are not fully matured until after the vines die, or at least ripen and shed most of their foliage. Late potatoes in the Northern and j If- - Exterior of Weil-Bui- lt House. Potato Storage Northenstern states are frequently caught by frost before the vines ripen, so should be dug Just about the time Potatoes frost first strikes them. should be dug when the soil Is reasonably dry, so that It will not adhere to them. A spading fork or a potato hook Is best for digging them and great care should be taken to avoid spearing or cutting them In digging. Only a smalt quantity should be turned out at once, as they will become sunburned If exposed more than an hour or two. Store potatoes In a cool, dry place where they will get plenty of ventilation and be In the dark. Potatoes must not be allowed to freeze either before they are dug or while in storage. A cellar or good, cool, storm cellar forms a suitable storage place for potatoes and under proper conditions will keep through the winter and Into the early summer. Another method is to bury the potatoes in a pit outdoors and cover them ao that frost cannot get to them. FEET ARE FOUNDATIOM If Underpinning of Horse Is Not Given Proper Attention, He May Be of No Use for Work. ts ct snd Care Should Be Taken to Avoid Spearing or Cutting Them Store In Cool, Dry and Well Ventilated Cellar or Pit GOOD Protecting Wheat 8eed Against Smut by Formaldehyde Treatment ls by plant diseases. This estimate joes not Include damage due to nor to adverse climatic conditions. When It Is remembered that substantially equal expenditures for labor harvest are required for the diseased and the healthy crops, It Is clear that these pests constitute a most grievous and dangerous overload on agriculture, our basic Industry. Must Aid Stabilization. That stabilization of agricultural pro IMPURITIES W'il'"-'I- J Tubers Are Matured When Vines Begin to Drop Off. con-ititut- , Venizelos Married in London SOIL IS QUITE DRY ev-ir- Allies Want Mexican Cash athkin- DIG POTATOES WHEN Good feet are the foundation of the horse. No matter how well we may feed the horse. If we do not take care of his feet nnd this is especially true of a draft horse he may be of very little value either for work on the farm or on the city streets, which are especially hard on a horse's feet It Is a fact that a draft horse lasts more than four years on the streets of our big cities. well-know- n sel-dtt- ra of any tcRted through the county agent's office, on casual Inspection It Indicated only ordinary Impurity. A laboratory test Is a safe check even on the purest farm seeds. RETAIN ALL GOOD PRODUCERS Relatively Few Hens Will Prove Profitable After Their Second Laying Season. liens showing Indication of been having: producers throughout the year should 1 retained for the next year regardless of their age, but relatively few hens will prove to be profitable producers beyond their second laying year If of' the heavier breeds, such tin the Plymouth Itock, Ithodo Island Bed, Wyandotte or Orpington, or beyond their third laying year If of the lighter breeds such as the Leggood horn. A few rows of trees on the side of the prevailing winter winds will make a world of difference In the comfort of the farmstead.