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THE HELPER JOURNAL PAGE EIGHT Our t2 How to Cook Meat Tender e pi-ic- for the World's Best Overall civics? f v1 iiuiimimmimiHiiimimmimimiiui Coffee 1 A new shipment of fresh Maxwell Houe Coffee just arrived and it will be on sale Sat at 38c a lb. Temperature and moisture are 15 the two determining factors as to S whether meat will come from the stove tender and juicy, or tough If you have never tasted and dry. says Mi33 Elna Miller, the smallest size of peas and extension nutritionist of the Utah the choicest canned by any Stats Agricultural college. Tender cannery, try our Woods Cross meat may be made tough by im"Petit Pols" small peas, at proper cooking. The connective Us-r2 cans for 25c Sat. which holda the muscle fibers 5 which meat of losothcr is the part iuUws it tough. An old animal or 5 Del Mat z com is familiar the part of the animal which gets to has a for it many more people has much exorcise rrcrt the taste that is satisfying. This tissue than does the corn made into fritters or an: v.r.) or the parts of the scalloped will cause you to animal which get little exercise. have many happy thoughts For this reason, the round is alj of a good meal. Only 10c a ways tougher than the loin secS can Sat. tion of the animal, and the fore quarter tougher than the hind juarter. You won't have to slump Dry heat hardens connective tison the good part of your hot sues, whereas moist heat softens cakes if you purchase a gal- S it says Mis.3 Miller. A piece of very TJii oi our noney oat. tor oac. S tough meat can be made tender y and juicy if it is cooked at a low S temperature with moist heat. The meat should first be ssared on both sides by dropping it in a very S Lean boiled ham of the hot, dry frying pan and turning it S best quality makes an excela3 soon as it is gray. lent filler for sandwiches When It is seared on both sides when it is ground and mincit should be placed on a cooler E ed with a relish or ground part of the stove and two or three an omelet into moulded ham Then of added. water tablespoons and served piping hot makes it should be tightly covered and a delightful and economical just enough moisture added to dish. Choice, lean boiled nam Even at from becoming dry. keep E will sell Sat. for 18c a lb. the toughest of meat will react to this treatment and ccme out ten der and juicy. This same principle Toasted cheese sandwiches, applies to stea!:3 or roasts and cheese sticks, omelets, or may b2 done in the oven or on top of the stove. Halting tough meat rarebits are good this cold tender requires Ion, slow cooking wcatiier. We have a big shipment of mild cheese ready with moist hoat. for you at a bargain price. Whether meat comes from a Get what you want. tough or tender cut of the animal it should not be salted until the 5 cooking is finished. Salt draws out E You may get whole, half, the juices and if added too soon E of will make the meat dry. or cuts the any quarters from these three popular Tender cuts of meat are in E meats at a big saving to jrer-- t demand because they are E Sat. Is a yourself rjickly cooked. Pan broiling E mod method to use for tender E steaks or chopa. A heavyweight E frying pan should be heated very E hot and the steak or chops placed E FOODOdEGaSLSTORES in without fat being added. It E on side one for should be seared PURITY" "A OF SURETY about ten seconds, then turned and g E seared on the other. This should be E repeated so that both sides get two searings. Mrs. Thomas Halverson, of 2 E BUY AT HOME Spanish Fork, is visiting here for E a short time at the home of her Say your read It in The Journal. son Mr. and Mrs. Allan Halverson. S Pe; I I 4 Helper, Carbon County, Utah, Thursday, February 9, 1933 N fid S$ - ti Coirn ."" Honey We IMPROVED die and REDUCED the I In the Market over j'l Boiled Ham . price THE TOGGERY UTAH HELPER Workmens Merc, STARCH Gloss, NOTICE Ha- - package Wings 120 package STRAND SWEET SHOP Cheese Notice Is hereby given that all members of thci Helper Chamber of Commerce be present at a meeting to bo held at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M. at the City Hall, Heper, Utah, County of Carbon, on the Cth day of February, 1&33, for the purposj of incorporating said Helper Chamber of Commerce in accordance with the Laws of the State of Utah. B. II. HYDE, President. jl9 f2 9 BUY AT HOME Henry Hall has a new elk head, Mr. and Mrs. John Kosec of trophy of hi.i hunting trip last fall, Spring Glen accompanied their son now gracing the walls of his busiJohn to Salt Lake City Thursday ness establishment. The mounting atwhere he will receive medical was done by V. A. Beck of Castle tention for some time. Gate. , Mrs. F. It. Portter, wife of MayAttorney J. P. Eosone left lasl or Frank Porter, now is able to be week for Salt Lake City where he around after having spent the past and Mrs. Bosone will make their few months at home because of a future home and engage in the fractured foot bone. practice of law. Pork Beef Veal - D.RSKAGGS 3,000,000 Who Escaped Income Tax In 1932, Must File Return This Year 3,000.000 persons who did not pay any Income tax iu OMK 1331.' must FurUi'-rnioro- , cut" this they must "Hliell year. make on their own initiative .i:id hci'oro March 15, siuce thry UI ni.'l hs prompted, us will tfic 19.". J iiicomu tax payers, by i;io'iiO lax return Inanks received freni tho Excrement. Tills Veil group ot men is made up of marll.-'i- r rviurn ried persons or heads of families net income during tiie calendar year of 1932 was $2500 or more; of slnfile persons whose net 'ncome in that period was $1000 or more; likewise, ot all persons whose gross income was $5000 or more. These new recruits must returns to the suhnilt filled-ou- t collector's eff.ee even if no tax need be paid due to exemptions and credits for dependents. An urgent need for increased revenue compels Uncle Sam to bear down hard this year on John Q. Taxpayer. Thus, the exemption allowed married men and heads ot families, formerly $3500, lias been reduced to $2500; and that for single men has been cut from $1500 to $1000. At the same time, last year's rates of 1 H per cent on the first $1000 above ex emption, 3 per cent on the next $4000 and 5 per cent on the remainder, have been increased to 4 per cent on the first $4000 and 8 per cent on tho rest. Ia addition, the 25 per cent reduction in tax formerly allowed for "earned Jiyome" has been done away with, although the $400 credit allowed for each child or other dependent remains. whose rpo contrast the new and pre- - vious taxes, let us take the case of r, Mr. Brown and tv Mr. .lone.- Mr. Er ried man say, a mar children and a net inco- " 0 a year. Asa n last year was married ' ij'tion Of $3500, entitle'' -- r vlus $ $800, for his children '.; ..f $4300 exemp tion. He paid tVi per cent tax on the remaining; 1700 income, less 2F per cent credit for earned Income or $7.8 8. This year Brown will pet an fxumption of only $2500, plus the $800 credit for his two children or $3300. He will be taxed 4 per cent on the remaining; $1700 Income, with no allowance whatever for earned Income. His tax therefore will be $68 or almost nine times his previous tax. Mr. Jones, a single man with no independents, earns, say a net Last year he come of $14,500. would have paid a tax ot only $ 4 SO. But this year it will he 10S5. The unmarried man's exMm emption of $1000 eavis 13,5!'3 on which to pay tax. The, rale' for. t'ao finil $4000 will be 4 per cent, or f 160; on tho next ! :( t us Taxpayer's Status NET INCOME SIOOO no Inv SIXGLK No'ciilLUKEV OXk'oHLI) TWocmumEX $2000 $3000 JjilOOO $5000 SIO $80 $120 $!1C0 "otllv no tax $20 $00 $100 tax no tax $4 $14 $81 notax "otax "8 908 mo ",a Geno Ori was a Salt Lake city visitor Sunday, returning home Monday afternoon. Tom Bonacci left Wednesday morning for Salt Lake City where he will spend a few days on business matters. Miss Elizabeth Paterson was a business visitor in the state capital Friday of last week. Why Use a Bladder Physic? BTJ-KET- Lonesome? - $9500, 8 per cent, or $760; and fice. The returns must be filed by there is a surtax ot $165. midnight, March 15, and at least of the tax paid at that If the new income taxes seem' rather heavy to you, think of time. The rest of the tax, if deone-fourt- those men who had $1,000,000 in come In 1932. When the tax collector gets through with them this year, each will have paid out $571,000, as compared with a $240,000 payment last year. Ogden Secretary Treasury Mills has estimated that there will he nearly 6,500.000 returns filed in 1933 as against 3,000,003 In 1932. To every person who paid a federal income tax last yea ', V. S. collectors of internal revdiue throughout the country are nailing an Income tax return liai.k this year. IHit it will he up to who did no-- , pay the 3.000.000-0(a 1932 income tax to get their own blanks, which may he h id on of cull. application to at-1 1 ''i h sired, may be paid In three installments on June 15, Sept. 15 and Dec. 15. Responsibility for filing rests entirely with the Individual; the government threatens added penalty, fine or imprisonment to anyone willfully failing to do go. There are two kinds of forms on which personal Income tax returns are made, and it Is important that the proper one be used. a single sheet Form 1040-A- , blank, Is for reporting net Incomes of not more '.hnn $5000. Form 1010, a larger folded blank, Is for net incomes of more than $5000. Tho latter form must also le used by business and professional men and farmers, 'egard-b's- s of the amount of income. Jy mSfi Gallon Tins KRAUT A Gallon Tins BEETS Diced 4pA Gallon Tins PORK AND BEANS Tall Tins, 4 for Drifted Snow 4 Flour, 48-lbag.. Fancy Sifted Peas tfpA 2 cans 5y Sliced Pineapple ttTA 2 cans ZJ?y Large Fresh Oranges Sweet, Juiey, each CORNFLAKES 3 pkgs. 2!)f Peets Washing Pow-- S der, Ige. pkg FANCY MIXED CAKES, lb MACARON- IJew 25? When you think of those in other cities one of your own family or a and wish good friend you could talk to them you can! TELEPHONE.' Low night rates on calls 8:30 p. m. begin at Station-to-statio- j 1A 5 I 47 bag Quick Quaker Oats Large pkg AAA S IN OUR MEAT DEPT. QUALITY MEATS ONLY BOILING MEATS and POT ROASTS lb PORK ROAST Picnic cuts, lb. LAMB Yearling Whole or Half, lb LEG OF SPRING LAMB, lb VEAL POT ROAST lb PORK LEG ROAST glad to tell you the rates to any points you want to call. 14$ lb Telephone & Telegraph Co. POTATOES Select Quahty 100 lbs RAISINS Seedless pkg PEETS Granulated Soap Large package JELL'O All Flavors S packages SPAGHETTI Franco-AmericS for SOUP Campbells All Flavors, 3 for BLACKBERRIES Solid Pack, gaL PEACHES Solid Pack, gat CORN Whole Kernel 2 cans PEAS Crem Extra Sifted 2 cans TOMATOES Solid Pack Large, 3 cans MACARONI S lbs. for RICE Blue Pine Fancy, 2 lbs FLOUR Price Brand Per sack LARD Pikes Peak can OLIVE OIL Imported Gallon ORANGES Large Size Each CHEESE Full Cream .. per lb 37 j ffii lV 511 25? 1 STEAKS Per 3Vf MftjL lT rj 'tfA r. : 'fQft V - 4Cfi 5r "CJ ijy ni 1Ci j Jy , 1.7 4 A jy TAi Itr CrA- Per lb POT ROAST S LAMB OR VEAL STEWING, lb TAMALES Large, Fresh, each FRANKFURTERS 2 lbs LARD pkg Per 5 m b. Fat Hens and Friers S PHONE Y'OUR ORDER TO 803 BY 11:00 A.M. Chamber of Commerce Dance lb 9f 4tei JtVf au 9y nj uy Steer Beef Good Cuts lb lb LAMB LEGS Per U. & INSPECTED"" lb PORK or LAMB Per yj 4fA AU U. S.Insp. PORK ROASTS Per 4 Q JUO$ Steer Beef LEAN PORK STEAK lb 0j Yearling, whole or half 4ftA Vy Y'earling LAMB CHOPS Yearling 3 lbs HAMS Picnic Style Per Per - lb Sugar Cured , BACON Sliced 2 lbs LARD Pikes Peak 4 lbs SALAMI Carouso Brand Per Per 39? . Lean qj Oy lb CHICKENS qj lv 4mA 29 j 29 j lb. SALT PORK IpA 7y . OC lb BACON - 3"yy lb. PORK STEAKS ... - MEATS lb OYSTERS FISH Attorney Thorit Hatch spent County Clerk Elizabeth Hadley who for the past ten days has In the WILL BE MADE AN ANNUAL been confined to her home with Tuesday and Wednesday state capital. AFFAIR, BUT PROBABLY IN the flu now is nicely convalesced. THE FALL Because of the great popularity A beautiful assortment of accorded the country store dance given by the Helper chamber of penny valentines for chilcommerce Saturday evening at MALE HELP WANTED boxdren, and heart-shape- d Rainbow Gardens, the local civic, organization has announced its in- MAN WITH CAR NEEDED IMes of chocolates for the tention of making the dance an MEDIATELY to fill vacancy loannual affair, altho it probably grownups. cal grocery route. Must be satwill be held during the fall harvest isfied to make $27.50 weekly at season in the future. start; more later. Steady job, Several hundreds of dollars in steady pay for willing worker. valfoodstuffs, clothing and other CANDY COMPANY Write Albert Mills, Route Manuable merchandise, contributed to HELPER UTAH 2283 Monmouth, Cincinager, the occasion by local business men O. nati, conand wholesale cerns, were given away during the course of the evening and the large attendance, estimated at being only slightly less than the New Years dances, arrived early and remained until the final strains of music had died away. Music for the evening was fur nished by Frank Kraync's orcheS' lllllliiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll tra and because of a moderate tempo which enabled all to enjoy the floor, was highly applauded. Free Dance Popular Last Saturday night apparently was a popular evening for dancing, and we are advised the free dance at Kenilworth was well attended. Music for this occasion was furnished by Danny and his Rainbow music. WANT ADS AMERICAN out-of-to- Special Prices ON TRUNKS SUIT CASES BUY AT HOME ELECTORAL VOTES COUNTED Washington, Feb. 8. The senate Wednesday went thru the for mality of countng the electoral votes cast for the two presidential candidates, with Franklin Roosevelt receiving 472 votes. This is the greatest majority ever given a presidential candidate, with President Hoover carrying only six states. BUY The Mountain States CQA b. b. 54 PORK Young Grain Fed, Whole or half, lb Fancy Sliced Bacon 2 lbs PICNIC HAMS CHEESE Full Cream loaves, each SUGAR 10-lcloth bag SOAP Crystal White 10 bars COFFEE Blue Pine an n The Long Distance operator will be HELPER' b. $'7 b. E Fancy 10tfi-llt- h b. E Kent Halverson, son of Mr. and E A Home Concern Mrs. Allan Halverson, now is nice E Independently Owned ly recovering from a severe attack iiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiummiiiiiimii of pneumonia. To drive out impurities and excess acids that cause irritation which results in getting up nights, frequent desire, burning, leg pains the blador backache. der physic works pleasantly on the bladder as castor oil on the bowels. Get a 25c test box from your druggist. After four days if not relieved go back and get your money. You will feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. Sold by Greenhalgh Pharmacy. The chart above HhiNlrRles bow Hie new income- taxes will affect incomes In the lower scales. It in calculated on net Income at the banlc rates, taking-- no deductions but the personal exemption; therefore your tax probably won't exactly coincide with these figure even If your net income does. Since there will bo approximately 3,000,000 additional taxpnjers this jenr, V. 8. Internal It even tie Commissioner David Uurnet, below, of Washington, urges that income tax returns be filed early to avoid a tremendous rush when the March 15 deadline approaches. -H1 pkg catsup 10-I- b. FEB. PRICE Corn or COFFEE Any Brand, lb I Malted Milks all flavors Hot Chocolate Malt CIGARETTES Chesterfields, Luckies, lelghs and Camels FRIDAY, SATURDAY pkg RAISIN'S 15-o- z. UCCESS MARKETi I T HOME Chris Foznn underwent a tonsi-la- r operatiton in the Price hospital Wednesday morn in rr. lie is recovering nicely, having been removed to his home hero the same day. AND HAT BOXES The Helper Furniture Hardware Co PHONE THREE HELPER, UTAH &.