THE county seat of Juab the greateit dry fanning section of Utah, owns its own electric light plant, water works and 8 miles paved sidewalks. Two banks, lumber yard, plaster mill, fine school and a modern boteL t X fNEPHI. 1 TilE 'AMEBKKN LEGION . (Copy Qe for Thla Department Supplied by American Log ion Mews Bervloe. ) NEPHI, UTAH S, TIim N (TIT (S Home Page of Live Topics Suggestions for the Fanner and Housewife, prepared by specialists in the 11 ITU for the people of East Juab County. : : Suitable For Presents Lemuel Bolles of Seattle, Wash., has been elected national adjutant of the American Legion for his third term. Yellow Medicine Is the tenth county In Minnesota to make "American Legion Day" a regular event of its county fair. Ever Welcome Gifts e "The Pajnma Gazette" is the name MACNIDER, NEW LEGION HEAD of a publication edited by the disabled soldiers of Asbury hospital at Mlnne Maeon Cfly (la.) Man I Chosen Na-- ! apolls, Minn. tlonal Commander of the Amerl. can Legion. f The bodies of Ounmar Dahl and Va vid Thor, "pals," killed in France by We must build this Legion of ours the same shell, were burled In the so big ahd fine and strong, keep It so same grave In their native Blinoia 'clean and straight and American, that town. fwhen we ask for things for the ex eervlee man, for the disabled man and New Orleans will be the scene of tot those who are financially disabled the 1022 national convention of the yr communities will say, 'If the Le- American Legion. The Southern city gion Is for It, we are for It,' " guaranteed $100,000 for defraying exi This was the first message of Han-for- d penses of the meeting. MacNlder to members of the 'American Legion, following his elecMayor Hoan of Milwaukee, Wis, tion as national commander of the or- has vetoed a resolution of the city If a Christmas were to come and ganisation. Mr. MacNlder is the council Indorsing the work of thl American Legion In finding positions go without leaving with us pincush ions, garters and other men. for Jobless pretty furbelows made of ribbon, it would be remembered with something "I am convinced that the American of A heart-shape- d disappointment Legion Is an established power in the pincushion, a small bag for holding United States a power for truth and pins and a pair of ribbon-covere- d equality," declared Marshal Foch at garters represent a few of many ribthe close of the American Legion's bon novelties the holidays. for national convention at Kansas City. 13 UNDESIRABLE V'llers Unanimous in Saying Presence of Weed Seed Greatly Reduces Its Value. of cardboard are covered with plain black or gold paper pasted over them. A length of light green tissue paper Is folded along the center, slashed Into narrow strips and pasted Inside the rings. Under this a length of crape paper narrower than the green Is pasted; this causes the strips of green paper to spread and stand out. Silver tinsel hangs from the wire handle at each side. Qreat Risk of Spoilage Is Due to Fermentative or Germinative Action Started by the Absorption of Moisture. Gifts for Gay Hours (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) FLOUR YIELD IS COUNTY bvites 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. : : Department of Agriculture Short stories about people of prominence in our country t EAST JUAB GARLICKY WHEAT Carrying On With the American Legion . TIMES-NEW- DECREASED rose-color- made fftrni garlicky wheat, therefore mills have to discount it whenlt Is sold from 25 cents to $1 a barrel. It is used chiefly for blending with sweet flours. Should Be Eradicated From Fields., The field should be planted to a tilled crop the following spring. Any crop so planted should be carefully tilled, preferably with the knife or sweep type of Implement. This will destroy the plants arising from the d bulbs. As the hard bulba last two years It will be necessary fall plowing, followed by another tilled crop. Eye may be sown after the late fall plowing and under for green manure the hard-shelle- FALL PLOWING AIDS IN DIFFERENT WAYS Because the presence of garlic or wild onion In wheat decreases its market value materially, a special Prevents Piling Up of Work at study of the problem of marketing Critical Period. wheat so tainted has been made by the bureau of markets and crop estimates, United States Department of or Harrowing la NecesThe purpose of the Only Disking Agriculture. to Put Land In Shape for sary study was to ascertain how such wheat Early Planting in Spring-Ins- ects Are Dislodged. s, As j k f i Gay Bungalow Caps A monumental building to be erected In Washington In memory of the Na- tional Guardsmen who gave their lives In the World war, has been suggested by MaJ. Gen. George C. Rlckards, chief of the militia bureau of the Wai department. The growth of the American Legion Is shown by the organization of 1,050 new posts In 1920-21- . Many new posts were organized by American Ice men in foreign countries and toex-ser- i i w Ml f i 4' ' l HANFORD MAONIDER. Newly Elected National Commander of the American Legion. I youngest national commander the Legion has ever had. Be la thirty-fou- r years old. I "He Is a natural leader of men," bay his friends, who have watched fclm ping his way through Harvard university and who later saw him pome out of the World war a lieutenant colonel with three citations and several decorations, His military record begins with his j service on the Mexican border in 1016 as a first lieutenant with the Second Xowa When the United Infantry. States entered the World war he enrolled at the officers' training camp at Fort Snelllng and was sent to France as a provisional second lieutenant In the regular army. In France he was with the Ninth Infantry of the Second division. He was wounded at St, Mihlel. Mr. MacNlder an Investment banker at Mason City, la., where he was born. He has been an active Legionnaire and has served as of the Iowa state department of the Legion. Is com-manu- er HEAD OF (Prepared LEGION AUXILIARY day the sun never seta on the Legion. The da'isy has been adopted by the American Legion as Its official flower. The poppy, which has been populai with Legionnaires because of Its association with Flanders, was voted out because It was not an American flowei and could not be obtained in large Quantities. e The employment of Jobless men to assist the police In com bating the holdup men hna been be gun In Lincoln, Neb. The pun was evolved following a series of robberies In the residential district of the city. The mayor and chief of police of Lin coln have Indorsed the plan. e e iQS-j- jf, Here Is something new In breakfast cape. It Is made of gay cretonne and Is buttoned up the back so that it may be easily washed and Ironed. It Is bound with a plain color In ehambray and has a narrow bend of thla material about It The brim portion may be turned up or down and Is shown here turned up at one side and down en the other. Fairy Powder Puff mmwM Washington and New York were tne head of the United States he was cer tain Kansas City was the heart. The, original post of the American Legion, George Washington Tost No. 1, lost no time in signing Marshal Foch as a member. The generalis simo was met at the station at Wash- inirton. D. C on the day of hie ar rival In America and presented with a membership card and a ceremonial badge of the Legion. Miii-Bh-nl the corn-co- b u rt Gift-thut every woman who entertains will delight hi are pictured herei and they win be all the more appreciated because they are ronde by their donor. A set of numbers for card tables Is attractive and easy to make. They ere cut from white cardboard and have gummed figures In black placed on one side. On this black and Little celluloid kewples which may white background graceful sprays of be bought everywhere have been used gay flowers are painted and the cards In mnny Ingenious ways for Christare supported by small wire holders. mas gifts. Here is one dressed up like a airy bride with ruffles of chiffon bound with narrow satin ribbon for a skirt and her head adorned with a braid wreath and veil. She stands In a small bog stuffed with cotton and gathered about her feet and It has cloth powder puff sewed to It that rests In a glass bow I. Bits of Splendor Christmas Decorations aux-lllar- y 123,-00- mm n ami Mm ) (r y One of the easiest ways for dressing up the house at holiday Mine Is le make lamp, candle and electric light shades or lanterns of rrepe or tissue perr and tinsel To make the si nail lantern pictured two rings For various spring-sow- n crops, especially grain, the United State Department of Agriculture has found fall plowing a profitable operation in many sections. As an economic measure. It prevents the piling up of work at a critical period. Spring grain usually can be sown to advantage as. the frost Is out and the ground is dry enough to work, and It is to the farmer's advantage to havo it In the ground as early as practicable. The greatest obstacle to early planting U On getting the ground in shape. large operations, where either plowing or seeding takes a month, waiting for the man and horsepower to finish plowing before it can be used in seeding often means a delay that Is disastrous. If the ground Is plowed In the fall, when other work Is not pressing, only disking or harrowing will be required in the spring. Fall plowing serves valuable purposes. It permits the ground to store up moisture from winter snows and rains, end often dislodges eggs and larvae of Insect pests which had found snug winter quarters In the soli, exposing them so they will be killed by the cold. Stubble and other vege- as-soo- Christmas never brought lovelier remembrances to fair women than the picturesque hair ornaments for their gayer hours which this season presents. There are many of them made of ribbon, beads, flowers or mock jewels In headbands, and finished with a feather or blossom or other ornament The sparklmg piece pictured is merely a filet of rhlnestonea that encircles the head and supports a small polnsettla flower at the left with a few sparkling rh In est ones scattered on its leaves. For the Hostess FnHnwtna a recent km for him at Kansas City, staged by 50,000 members of the American Legion. Marshal Foch, who came to America as the Legion's guest, declared that although Foch Is now a devotee of pipe. When his special train was stopped at Washington, Mo, Women's Organization. on Its way to Kansas City, he was a box f the Missouri Lowell Mrs. F. Hobart of Cincinnati, presented with wnne ne was attena-in- r loiter, product. the first national president of the convention. American Legion the American Legion Women's auxiliary, offered a dgnr, but he declined ts one of those "war mothers" who be corn-co- b "furnace." served In the great "second army." In favor of thee e When her sou joined the colors and More than 90.000 bodies of Ameri was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, who died In France during the cans Kenturkv. she went with him. There war will rest forever In the she worked dally as a Ited Cross su- World soil near the battlefields. Sec-nsacred pervisor and at night she Instructed a Wnr Weeks declnred In a of In class lied Cross work. te the American Legion letter recent Today Mrs. floburt Is at the head A total of 43.6.0 of one of tTie Hirgest organizations of at Washington. bodies have been returned to the Uniwomen In the world. The Legion ted States, according to the war secre has a membership of about having grown from 8.000 In the tary. last year. The organization Is comTf roa will walk down Main street posed of mothers, wives, sisters and IT. R. A " writes George F. Kearny In men. children of a wldjr publlfhcd mngnr.lnr article. v.m will come to a building which The Best Available. the American Legion post of houses The new servant had presented her the town. It is the most democratic references, and the lady of the house Institution that can be found and the read them over with a doubtful eye. discussions of the post are worthy of "I'm not quite satisfied with these, the closest study as an IndVx of the Bridget," she said. future." "Nnyther am I, mum" returned lirldget angrily, "but they're the best A survey recently conducted by the the ould fool would give me." Ameri- American shows that between can Legion Weekly. CO0.OOO and 700,000 service men Br out of employment in the United Practice Makes Perfect. State. The East has a greater per Burns That grocer certainly gives centnge of Jobless men than any oth light weight. I bet he was a profiteer er section of the country, with l.W.OOt former soldiers, sailors sad marine! during the war. Stem Oh, no. he was me sergeant In New York alone, without refruiej 9a my outfit. American IesW "Veekly. employment, maiiy lu actual want. Mrs. Lowell F. Hobart of Cincinnati Is the New president of the - Amer-lea- by the United Btatea Department ot Agriculture.) I'laln wide satin rtlion and narrow fancy ribbons, with band some metallic mounts, ore used to make these elegant shopping tags, ltlhbons In the richest qualities and most brilliant patterns are chosen for them nd they are lined with gny and equally good silks. Besides being bits of the splendor denr to women these bags have the additional value that belongs to a gift made by l donor. 1 Wild Garlic, Showing the Buiblets Are So Difficult to Remove When Mixed With Wheat That from producers, as regards grades and price at the primary grain markets of Maryland, and the effect. If any, on the producer. The average garlic content of 47 samples of Maryland wheat taken from wagons, elevators, bins, and mills was 40 buiblets to a pound. Millers were unanimous In saying that the presence of garlic greatly decreases the milling value for a number of reasons, such as the greater risks from spoilage, the extra cleaning and preparation required for milling, the lower flour yields, the greater cost of manufacturing, and the lower market value of the resultant flour. Buiblets Vary In 61ze. Garlic buiblets range In size from that of a kernel of wheat to that of a pea seed. The specific gravity of the buiblets Is less tlinri that of the wheat kernel, though It varies with the season and with the weather conditions. The buiblets are heaviest at harvest time, as later the moisture evaporates and they lose weight. The greater risk of spoilage in garlicky wheat Is due to the fermentative or germinative action in wheat started by the absorption of moisture from the gnrllc bulbloj. As this Is a slow process, the danger of spoilage Is slight where grain Is handled or moved frequently. One of the serious results of the presence of garlic In wheat Is the clogging of the corrugations of the rolls In the mills so that they cannot function properly. Under such conditions It is sometimes necessary for the mills to shut down two or three times a day In order to scrape and wash the rolls. This slow up the work, reduces the output, und Increases the cost of production per unit There Is little demand for flour Is purchased if ; Fall Plowing Serves Many Valuable Purposes. table matter left from the harvest. If turned under in the full, has many more months to rot and become Incorporated with the soil. Whether to plow In the ful Is of course largely a question of local conditions and Individual Judgment Sandy soils, for Instance, may be rendered liable to blowing If plowed and left unseeded all winter. Heavy soils are usually benefited by fall plowing. BARLEY GOOD FEED FOR HOGS SALT Uee of This Grain for Pork Production Haa Increaaed In Impo- Particularly Necessary During Pregnancy and Should Be Mixed With Th. Feed. With tho cessation of the extensive limiting of barley, the use of this grain for iMk production has Increased in lniMirtance. According to the United Stntes department of Agriculture, the market price of barley ;er Minn I, as compared with com. has frequently less, and It has been found profitable to convert It into pork. Whole barley Is not desirable as a Mock feed on account of the hardness of the However, when the barley Is grain. soaked or ground and soaked lis feeding ef!lc!eny Is grently Inrrvnscd. Although barley contains a little more protein thnn corn. It Is. primarily, n carlMHiaceous fowl, slid inut lie used with a protein concentrate a s Generally, however, barley Is a less satisfactory feed rl.nn orn for fattening hogs. The rapidity and economy of gnlns from bnrl') uVenl largely upon Its quality. Sows should have u!l the salt they want during pregnancy In particular. It f hould not Im mixed with their feed lTnue they might get too ninth in iliHt way. The best plan Is to have a box In the yard containing a tnlx turt of salt, wood, ashes and some wafer-slakelime If you have It. This will give the sows an opportunity t eat Just what nature demands. rtanceIt Carbonaceous. IMPORTANT FOR SOWS d Sell Inferior Laying Hens. The Inferior laying hen of the meat type bus thick, l.eefv peUie bones, with Imrd lumps at th ends. Such hens are not hear.-- layers. Sell them. They usually weigh heavy. Beat Laying Hens. Hens that are prelty ragjred well along In the fall are, as a rule, the best layers. The early tuolter la generally the iKxireat.