HIE TIT JJ NEPHI, UTAH S, EAST JUAB COUNTY NEPHI, county seat of Juab the Utah, c&cmty, greatest dry farming section cf Utah, owns it j own electric light plant, water works end 1 8 miles paved streets. Two banks, lumber yard, plaster mil!, fine schools and a modern hotel. : : Home Page of Live Topics ihe prepared Department of Agriculture Farmer and Housewife, by specialists in the Suggestions for : : : of stories Short about people prominence in our country for the people of East Juab County. KEEPING RABBIT BY USING AREA PLAN Millionaire Red Is No Longer a Soviet cir-cul- three-fourth- T I Si L '4 Tur Fija Figa 1 trouble to clean it up or at the worst a wave length, xnese signals, n in dime for a new one. The crystal set duced into the secondary r.t all, will doos not go out of commission period- be greatly weakened. The secondary, will still have a ically as the tube set does, due to a though broadly tuned, greater resistance to any signals not worn out battery. The crystal set Is quiet In action, on its own natural wave length. The secondary circuit can be made adding no noise of Itself, as do many of the detector tubes. Reception still more selective by carrying out the In the first two figures ; through static is nearly always more same scheme as the crystal easily accomplished with a crystal. that is, by a connecting The atmospherics seem to be brought across only part of the circuit. Sharp tuning cannot be obtained In all out of proportion to the signal ordinary outfit between local by the tube detectors, while the crystal with anyeven with a vacuum tube detec teems to damp out the high voltage station Is Impossible with a peuks of the static or strays to some tor; it but almost can be done with a tube extent, leaving the signals, which are crystal, by using very loose coupling to strong enough for It to rectify audibly, outfitantenna circuit or by using a loop the disnumerous has The crystal set to pick up the signals. advantages, of course, but so has the vacuum tube, nnd "the good points of Value of Good Receivers. the former greatly overbalance Its Because the energy that a receiver faults. It Is not very stable, a slight jar set picks up Is extremely small and often being sufficient to "knock out" a every possible means must be used to good point. There is no way in which convert this energy, the best results a crystal may be made to amplify nnd are obtained when receivers of high It does . not give sufficient signal quality are employed. A great misstrength to use with a loud talker. take Is made by spending much time It usually causes broad tuning, which upon the construction of a tuner, deni.tm it dltlicult to tune out Inter tector, etc., but giving thought only to ference. It Is not as sensitive to faint the price, and not the quality of the signals as the vncuum tube, although receivers, 9 It Is surprisingly sensitive when propcrystal la erly adjusted. Adjusting the RADIO FLASHES become espe n tedious task, and it has labor-savinvacuum 1 cially so since the Montclalr, N. J., has Installed tubes have, become so numerous. on Its high school an aerial A crystal detector should be included equal In size to some of the In every receiving set. It Is dependlittle space. broadcasting stations. The reable cheap, and takes up two-steamceiving set Is In the physics deKven though you have a with all the partment and many of the pupils talker loud a nnd plifier are licensed operator m,,nlt t,,nt thcr trimming. reradio stations when your times numerous are will be In operation In 1023 at of ceiver Is out of commission because or Bogota bay, Cuba, and Buenos a bud A or B battery, dead tube Aires. This will make possible tome trouble In one of a dozen piecesc these relaying messages to Buenos f vour apparatus Irlng Aires by way of Cuba and BoIs usually some talk there Iapo a or heard gota. to have like that von would Commander Tost of Italy, concert. A crystnl detector noted Inventor in the radio field, will fill In these blanks very well, and states that the land of Marconi von will bo surprised nt the quality of Is far behind in Installing radio ii... mir broadcasting stations are It via the and that future bear broadcasting when you out sending prospects are fai from promiscrvRtnl InMent! of at the noisy end of ing. i amplifier. One hundred thousand persons disadvantages Mnny of Ihe be run heard the bride and groom make partially of the crystal their nuptial vows In a recentovercome, Crvslal receivers usually tune broad ly broadcast mnrrlage service. that Is, n smiill change In tuning Quite nn Impressive number of ly; tioes not cauo n very great chnnge In witnesses If a divorce should Umni strength, and a station can be ever be sought. beard over quite n rnn&e of tuning. It required the erection of II are This monns Hint If two stations before radio could be sucaerials lengths are not sending and their wave operated at Camp Curcessfully -very far apart U HI be Impossible to In the Yonemite vnlley. Rock ry, tune one In and rxcludo the other, walls rear thousands of feet vlereas If the receiver tunes sharply, above the valley In which the over a very ii station will be beard Is situated. ramp narrow band of wave lengths. In other words Tory fiw degrees cither way g p High-powere- d perl-m11- two-Ktr- doter FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS OUT OF ORCHARD William Bross Lloyd, Wlnnetka's millionaire lied, has settled down to a "peaceful peasant proprietorship," after serving eight days as a convict In the Joliet penitentiary for violation of the Illinois espionage act. He went in for au indeterminate sentence at "hard labor" and was put at work In Then Governor Small the library. commuted his sentence and that of 10 men convicted with him. Lloyd took the $10 the state gives to all convicts upon discharge. He Lloyd la a Harvard graduate. Is a grandson of the late William Bross, who was once lieutenant governor of Illinois nnd was a pallbearer at Lincoln's funeral. He Is a son of the late Henry D. Lloyd, author and reformer, who was prominent among the workers in behalf of the Chicngo Haymarket rl5t anarchists. The Lloyd fortune comes from the Chicago Trib une. When the Tribune company was William Bross was a minority stockholder. ' Ug 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. : : invites from the point where the best audibility Is obtained will tune the station out. Then some selectivity can be had between two stations even if separated only by a few meters with a sharply tuned receiving set. The crystal In the usual hookups Introduces a resistance Into the oscil DO NOT DESPISE lating circuit, causing that circuit to be somewhat aperiodic. That Is, it win CRYSTAL DETECTOR respond to more than one wave length. It Is rather hard to tune sharply with a crystal and a single tuning coll. It Is Dependable and Cheap and In this case the crystal must be shunted across at least a part of the Every Amateur Receiving Set Inductance and there is no way of Should Have One. keeDine it entirely out of any of the circuits which may be used. In order There is considerable to know about to keep It as sharply tuned as possible, the crystal, and a little knowledge will it is best to reduce the number of enable the operator to get better re- turns shunted by the detector circuit sults mid bring Increased respect for as low as possible without sacrificing this instrument. There are many rea- too much signal strength. If the cirsons for the longing of the owner of a cuit shown In Fig. 1 is used, the crystal receiving set for the vacuum number of turns between slider 2 and tube outfit. However, he has a great ground should be kept lees than a ninny advantnges which the owner of third of the number between slider 1 the more expensive outfit does not pos and ground. This will allow the ansess. tenna circuit to oscillate much more For Instance, the crystal reproduc- freely at Its natural period. If using a tion of the radiophone broadcasting Is single variometer better tuning may t, of the best possible quality. The ac be had by tapping off the detector s tion being only rectifying there is no as in Fig. 2, about chance of distortion. The tube re- of the stationary coll of the variometer, ceiver nearly always distorts to some instead of hooking It across the entire extent. If maximum regeneration Is variometer. The loose coupler Is very much to be used, even though the tube is not allowed to oscillate, distortion Is bound preferred over either of these two tunto result. Transformer or choke coll ing schemes. The two circuits are coupling between amplifiers, no grid loosely coupled to each other by inducbias or wrong grid bias, poorly tion and both circuits will have a matched tubes and transformers or bad higher resistance to any but the wave loud talker will all cause distortion. length to which they are tuned, each A combination of several of these often tendinis to damp out the undeslred causes very great distortion. signal. The crystal Is causing rather When the crystal receiver is out of broad tuning in the secondary circuit. commission It does not take a genius but the antenna circuit with it Is to locate the trouble. The circuit and rather broad in low resistance, is left the adjustments are simpler- - A burned to oscillate freely, and will be sharply out tube moans "$5.00 or more for an- tuned. This will exclude to a great other. A bad crystal meaus a little extent signals on any but the desired F.5 TIMES-NEW- m I. Minnesota Begins Work on Eradication of Disease. Shooting for Sport and Using for Meat Is Good Plan to Keep Pests POISONED in Check. BAITS ARE USEFUL Proposed That Counties Pay for Tesb Ing of Cattle at Rate of 25 Cents a Head Indemnities Will Be Paid. (Prepared by the United State Department ot Agriculture.) Minnesota, third in ruuk as a dairy, Various Washes Distasteful to Little state, has now definitely taken up tba Animals Are Recommended for area plan for the eradication of bovlna Us on Tree Trunks to Keep tuberculosis. Counties, states, and tha Rodents Away. United States Department of Agrlculi ture are to in carrying on, the work. Some time ago a commit tee of breeders was appointed by tha state live stock sunitary board to investigate pluns for continuing the fight against the disease. Recently the committee met with the sanitary board and a resolution was unanimously) adopted asking the legislature for. $120,000 for area work for two years, usual predatory animal enemies, the the work to be carried on In two counties. In addition, the legislature Is to IF be asked for $500,000 per annum for two years for accredited-her- d work. organized In 18C1 WW The plan is approved by the state veterinarian. According to the plans laid out, it la proposed that the counties pay for tha testing of the cattle at the rate of 25 cents a head. Tbe fund resulting from this charge will be used to pay tha There Is much to be read between the lines of an engraved announceInspectors, local, state and federal. who are assigned to the work. Inment which has been sent all over the demnities will be paid In the regular country. It requires, however, an Intimate acquaintance with Washington way. The three big dairy states Wiscon politics and policies to do the reading. Here's the announcement: sin, New York, and Minnesota ara "1214 Sixteenth Street, Washing now all taking up area work, which ton, D. C. The American Nature ashas become the predominant plan for sociation announces the election of the eradication of the great cattle Charles Lathrop Back as president and plague. Some of the states where tha Percival S. Rldsdale as manager and Infection is light are expecting to be Cottontail Rabbit. editor of Nature Magazine. Mr. Pack, entirely rid of tbe disease within a few a national leader In conservation, was years. in abnormal of ways preventing for many years president of the Amer creases In their numbers, according ican Forestry association. Mr. Rldsto the biological survey of the United HOME-MAD- E SEAT WAGON dale has been the editor of American States Department of Agriculture, are Forestry. The American Nature assoby hunting, trapping, fencing, or pois Comparatively Easy Matter for Handy ciation will stimulate public interest oning. Man With Few Tools and Few in birds, animals, trees, plants and Rabbits Are Protected. Pieces of Lumber. all out of door life. It recognizes that In many states east of the Missis Nature's workshop and Nature's playThe Illustration showb how an easy sippi rabbits are protected as game, ground is the forest, and will give and tliu close season for them must riding wugon seat may be built by the special attention to the encouragement Mr. Pack, whose home is at Lakewood, N. J., Is a wealthy be observed. The game laws for 1922, handy man. Four or five boards a of tree planting." man of national prominence whose chief Interest Is nature, trees and forestry. Issued by the United States Depart- foot wide, cut a little longer than the "Who's Who" says he Is "forester, economist." He has banking Interests, Is ment of Agriculture as Farmers' Bui wagon bos Is wide, are placed one. a LL. D (Trinity, 1918), has been president of the Cleveland chamber of com letln 1288, shows the requirements In above the other, with sills alternating merce, belongs to six or eight clubs In various cities, is a member of several each state. In some states rabbits may learned and patriotic societies, has a number of decorations and has written be taken with dog, trap, or snare at any several books. He did a great work during the war as president of the Na time, but must not be shot during the tional War Garden commission (1917-19He studied forestry In Germany and close season. In a number of states having a close season for rabbits tbe spent several years exploring the forests of the United States and Canada. laws permit farmers and fruit grow ers to destroy the animals to protect crops or trees. Poisoned Bait Used. I; I tfajoa Box Poisoned baits can be used to keep down the numbers of rabbits where animals can be prevented Germany was looking for a new domestic Home-Mad- e access to the poison. Wagon Seat. strong man who could save her from from gaining and for for meat. "-using sport centers drifting to utter ruin, who could co- Snooting and ends of tbe between the ordinate the industrial forces at home however, is preferable and will usual- boards as pictured. The sides and In check. Rabbit bnck of the seat are constructed on and readjust Germany's status among ly hold the animals the nations through constructive proof fences can be profitably built the top board. Is not area to statesmanship that would inspire con- when the Various be protected washes distasteful fidence abroad. The man chosen by too large. STRAIGHT ROWS IN ORCHARD President Kbert to cope with this to rabbits are recommended for u as as different well colossal task is Carl Joseph Wllhelra on tree trunks, mechanical contrivances to keep the There Are Numerous Methods Recom Cuno. mended for Setting Out Trees on from eating the bark The new chancellor, the director hungry animals New Plantation. trees. the rab and Feeding girdling line general of the Hnmburg-Amerlcnwith of winter In winter bits prunlngs since the death of Albert Ball In in In laying out your orchard take trees or corn, cabbage, or tur 1918, Is forty-siyears old. He Is applebns been In enough pride In It to get your rows practiced successfully nips more than six feet tall, a genlnl and some orchards, on the theory that it Is absolutely straight and the correct disstrong-willeblond. tance apart. There are numerous methcheaper to feed than to fight them. A native of guhl, Thurlngla, Ger ods recommended for laying out an or many, he received Ms education In chard and different men have different Fall Pig. He Mi-A-h Berlin. Heidelberg and Brealan. farrowed Diss need everv at nlans. Start your first row about 13 FH studied Jurisprudence and political tention to Insure profitable gains. Try feet from the fence and leave plenty olscience. In 1906 he entered the de A-water warm to the sIod feed, room at the end or tne rows lor turnddinsr partment of the treasury of the Ger In order to encourage a large con-- Ing when plowing. It Is well to lay oil man government, and remained there s with a plow, digging the holes jn of water and feed, thereby the rowfurrow. until 1917, having been made a privy councilor In 1912. For three year during sumptl In tbe the gnln made. IncreasJi.g the war he was economic and financial adviser. SOY BEAN OF f.'.UCH BENEFIT Spreading Lime on Field. Before spreading lime, tack canvas and burlap around the lower edges Enables Farmer to Produce High-Pr- o tein Concentrates at Home Supof the spreader, letting it bang almost plements Other Feeds. to the ground. This lessens the disto man and horse on account comfort Mrs. Wlnnlfred Mason Huck. rep Leguminous crops, such as clovers of blowing lime. resentative at large from Illinois, will and alfalfas, are richer In protein go down In history as the first married thnn crops, such as Manure Is Saved. woman also as the first mother to made at the Ohio experiment timothy, bluegrass, etc. At present Tests W s In March Until congress. occupy a seat stntloa prove unit not oniy is more lrguminoiis crops are mostly grown 4. 1923, there will be two women In manure saved from paved floors, but for forage, nnd when concentrates rich the house, Mrs. Huck and Miss Alice rathat the quantity saved contained In protein are needed to balance Rottertson of Oklahoma. Then there In the be must of Hiey purchased tions, potpercentages phosphorus, higher will be none, as the former fills the form of flaxseed meal, cottonseed meal ah pnd nitrogen. vacancy caused by the death of her or tankage. K. anil Into William Mnnn, father, the The soy bean offer a partial solu Concrete Tiles. Durable elec"Aunt Alice" wss defeated hi the tion to this problem by ajiabling the as tiles service Concrete good give tion. as clay If they are properly made and farmer to produce his Iticldetitly Mrs. Huck Is likely to set below the frost lino. The only ex- concentrates nt home. Soy beans yield a to of the something: surprise prove Is In very acid soil, such as anywhere from 10 to 23 bushels an ception ninl of leaders -pacifist organization 1 i A 'Id may cause the cement ," ' to acre of seed, depending on soil nnd pent. others who have taken her statement season. Soy beans may be ground crumble. constitutional that she will tiriie used to supplement other feeds. nnd amendment providing for a national Small Ice House Pays. referendum on the declaring of war Rid Hogs of Pests. Mnny farmers nave round tlint a to mean that she Is no International the hogs in a concrete bath l e Imiise will pay for Itself In srnnll Dipping nn of or adocnte ist fiinr'lstanre. ! In terms ot filled with an Insectlcbhil solution I y' to three it fine from jvaaaxM years or both. nil'.k and other perishable products the only sure way to rid the animals and well ants an She from spoiling by Its use. of lice, fleas, and mange. prevented a of an and l.Vi.OWi men tha and navy of iimiT army navy definitely, quip)ed limit of strength provided for In the Washington conference agreement. (Prepared by the United States Department ol Agriculture.) Ia spite of their good qualities as food and game, cottontail rabbits In many lorblities become a great nuis ance to orchards and farm crops, and control measures are necessary to pro- vent their increase. In addition to the natural checks effected by diseases and Pack Heads New Nature Association ). Chancellor Cuno's Task Is Colossal One r n x d V" l Mrs. Huck Not Opposed to Preparedness i; w high-protcl- - . e '