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HKAM UTTER . VAIXBT LEADER Pnatoffico at Tro- fteeaad CJaM Matter. " TL- .-. W T.moaim. Utah, on iBuratey rf each week. , Subscription Kates $2.00 Que fM' (in advance) $100 uantia I in advance) S0j liunths (In advance) - (RM Hot Weather Tips On How To Make Tour tkM wrtab . . mm Practical Hints Climale To Order , nsangsirmajaa a T kjTirttJAI FfMTDDIAI iccArinTiny LP r3tj m , Free to Public obumed oradoet ca Obftcmtion ia the Aaerioui WT - f'T", Vii Library. regard for attic temperature makes all the difference between comfort and discomfort In the rest of the house. AN engineering discovery of pe-- built to move air silently and with cullarly timely value to mil- high efficiency. It runs on standard lions who will perspire through the electric current Put it in front of next few months is illustrated in the window so that it blows air out the above diagram. This discovery In the daytime, when the attic is directs attention to the attic in a hotter than outside temperatures, house, as a means of keeping the close the door leading down to the entire house more comfortable In house, but leave the window open on the other side of the attic from temperature. The attic, being the enclosed part the air circulator. Thus. It moves of a house most exposed to the the heated air out of the attic and beating rays of the sun. Is naturally heat leakage to the lower floors is the hot spot You know how the minimised. In the evening and at night, when heat strikes you when you go upstairs on a baking July or August It Is cooler outside, open the door day. Oood tactics obviously tell up to the attic, close the attic winyou that if you can do something to dow opposite the air circulator, and cool the attic, the rest of the house open the windows on lower floors. rill benefit The circulator, moving air out of Ptoelag so simple a device as an the attic, draws the cooler outside air circulator in an open attic air np through the house. TbM helps markedly, the General simple procedure can make all tb Eleetrio Air Conditioning Institute difference between comfort and dle . pomts out This is basically a fan, comfort.' "l 8lmpl AKEIIMIIIBimiUUBlMt To Yonr Town twell as to your Country PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS The Way of the win-de- Transgressor In Hard. HIRAM WALKER'S TEN BOURBON WHISKEY Ten High has the flavor and smoothness of much more expensive whiskies because it is made with precision-contrin the world's largest and most modern distilol lery. 90 proof. Pint Code No. Ill Quart Code No. 110. fti 'V w violates one's own nature, breaks down and debauches his moral being. But a person must leam what is right and wrong Jby reason, judgment and experience. But why is the way of the trans- gressor hard? Is it not because the transgressor violates the law? This is a moral umverse in which we live; moral from circumference to center. The laws of the universe are the eternal expression of the thought and the life of God himself. If we do not obey these laws we must inevitably suffer. There is no escape.. There are no ar-britrary penalties for breaking these laws, but there are eternal, inescap-- 1 able results. Suppose I break a law of my body. I must suffer as a transgressor. I take away from my health, from my power as a pnysicai oemg. n x tu enough, I forfeit my life. 'The soul mat sinneui, n snau cue. joa is not rmocked." "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." Break a law and the result is sure to follow. A man is under the highest conceivable obligation to keep his HIRAM WALKER'S DISTILLED - ' the thirteenth chapter of Proverbs, fifteenth verse, we find these words: "The way of the transgressor is hard." The writer of this proverb learned from experience the truth that he expressed in this sentence. In ten thousand different ways the human- race has been engaged in an agelong experience in learning what is best" for the individual, best for the family, best for society. Experience has been the great teacher and men have learned by actual experience what the great, necessary, eternal laws of right and wrong are. .', So by experience and by revelation men have learned, what courses of conduct are right and what are wrong For example, if anybody is going to own' anything, have any property, even his own clothing, stealing must be forbidden. People learned from experience, that stealing is wrong, if people are going to live together. Jf people are going to live at all, murder must not be permitted. Murder, then, is wrong. are If people going to gain physical comfort, assault and battery must be prohibited; infringement on personal liberty must not be allowed. We have found out what is right and wrong by experience," by trying it. Conscience never told anyone what was right or wrong. Conscience simply tells one over and over .again insistently, as with the voice of God himself, that he must do right. What one conscientiously helieyes or knows to be right he must do, because to do otherwise DR. WILLIAM ELI HAWKINS CHIROPRACTOR - Offices at ROBERT SEVIONSEN JEWELRY CO. 2 p; m. to 6 p. m. Office Hours Office Phone, 75.0-- 1 ;Res., 735 Mad from American gram to pleas the American taste. Hiram Walker's products always har been the No. 1 choice of Americans who know good liquor. Here's a handy check list of whiskies and gins that carry on Hiram Walker's seventyeight-yearoI- d reputation for quality and value. Which number is your lucky number? .., FIVE O'CLOCK COCKTAIL GIN ECONOMIC Utah's biggest selling gin! Distilled from 100 grain spirits, together with the finest fruits, herbs and berries. Always uniform in flavor. 85 proof. HIGHLIGHTS HAPPENINGS THAT AFFECT THE DINNER PAILS, DIVIDEND CHECKS AND TAX BILLS OF EVEKY INDIVIDUAL. NATION- Fifth Code No. 446 e Pint Code No. 447 Also Hiram Walker's Distilled London Dry Gin. Distilled from grain by the exclusive Controlled Condensation process, which insures 90 proof Fifth Code No. 421 Pint Code No. 422 uniform flavor AL AND INTERNATION- AL PROBLEMS INSEPARABLE FROM LOCAL WELFARE. " ' 'llfllllfilflflllllli'llllll'ill!' 1 . ' It is possible that the decisive fac tor in the General Election of 1936 will be a man who was unknown to millions of Americans up to a month I ! or two ago, and who was known to millions of others only because his name appeared on a Congressional bill which waj declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of the United States. That man is Congressman William Lemke of North Dakota, Presidential I I j HIRAM WALKER'S CANADIAN CLUB STRAIGHT WHISKEY Whether you favor rye, HIRAM WALKER'S ROYAL OAK BOURBON WHISKEY bourbon or Scotch, you'll like Canadian Club. Aged 6 years and bottled in Canada under Govern ment supervision. 90.4 proof. Made from the finest Amerl own can grain scien-I process, kept under tific control. 90 proof. Pint Code No. 66 Pint Code No. 322 Quart Code No. 127 Union . Qut Code No. 321 , rs Pary. Principal plank in his platform. 'Un Kflmain oa 1tnaai Vila . mrh nnwer as nosl is currency Inflation, and he has tfael of Shafre" ber sible, that he may use this power for' suPPrt famf; furthermore, good, for the help of the world. These believed bodies are not ours to throw them widely comes 'round, he will have entered inaway, to disable them. an to with Dr. Townsend, agreement Then, there are laws that relate us to other people. We have no right in and will have the official support of movement. these relations to do anything that the e No from a few zealots hurts anyone else, interferes with his believes that Lemke can be elected. happiness, his welfare, or lessens the fulness of his joy. We have no right, Few believe that he can attain a ma- sin, but received a good-size- d vote tie in favor of either Roosevelt or observers say that at least 90 per under the impulse of a desire or pas- jority in even one state. But he can in almost not a Landon. These are the Northwest cent of the Lemke vote will be taken was state. It every debe of tremendous in to importance anysion to do anything as related - j states howdecisive in factor the election, Roosevelt-Landon the Dakotas, Montana and from Roosevelt, practically none from race. body else that is going to work any termining the reason for the that Coolidge Wyoming, and; to drop south a bit, Landon. Even as Before into that, it is ever, the New Deal is injury or any unhappiness whatso- well to going farther tre- Ohio, etc. Under the American elecpresent a brief history of the went into the Presidency by a .. ever. more radical than the Republican mendous electorial his attive system, the candidate who majority; third party movement in American John W. Davis, carrying only tains a majority in a state receives party, so is the Union Party more politics. radical than the New Deal. It will There are always third parties, of the traditionally Democratic Solid all its electorial vote, even though his draw its strength from those who feel South. majority consists of but one vote. the President course, and fourth and fifth parties has not gone far enough close return To in a a to few thousand the Candidate Thus, state, present, as well. Beat examples are the SoLeft. cialist and Communist parties, which Lemke has a strong following in' a votes cast for Lemke could very easEGGS AND RICHER CREAM put a ticket into the field each year. iiuiiiucr oi winn. m&y ue exuemeiy im- ily take that state away from one maBut these parties do not affect either portant states states which are more jor candidate, swing it to the other. People will never be right in their with Which candidate has the most to economics until they are right, in of the major parties they have a or less in the "doubtful" class, and certain established following, and which might be abl.tpwing the bat- - fear from Lemke's candidacy?., Best nominee of the' th.e?"? newly-forme- d Cgn 3 one-asid- ...... 333 j Leader Ads Get Results - j j YOU WILL GET MORE - - GLOBE MILL FEEDS BRING YOUR CREAM AND EGGS IN AND TRY SOME OF OUR FEEDS V." WILLIAM K. LANDVATTER CREAM STATION ' "A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE" Save Your Crop Don't lose your grain crop by using poor B.I.N.D.E.R T.W4.N.E at the Get Fresh Stock Here R.I.G H.T P.R.I. C.E arid Remember We Have ELEMENTS - a Complete Line of HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIAL IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOP WHERE EVERY NEED FOR FARM AND HOME CAN BE SUPPLIED farmers ' Cash Union 'YOUR GOOD WILL OUR BEST ASSET", . their total varies but little from election to election. They do not attract voters in any number from the Democratic or Republican parties. me important unra parties are those which are brought into being by some problem or condition of the moment and which, though they may live only for one election, present an appeal to a certain proportion of the voters of the major parties. It is in this classification that Lemke's new party belongs. Several times in the history of the Republic, such a third party has de termined the election.. Most notable example of that was the election of 1860, when Lincoln and Douglas con tended for the Presidency. Two other parties were also in the field. Lincoln received only 40 per cent of the vote, yet was elected. Had all of Lincoln's opposition gone to Douglas, the latter would have won easily. Another notable example occured in 1884, when Blaine was the Republican nominee, running against pemocrat Cleveland. Decisive state was New York. Cleveland carried it by the as tonishingly small majority of 1100 votes, and so was elected to the high est office in the land. The Prohibi tion candidate in New York received the record total of 25,000 votes that year. Had ten per cent of those votes gone to Blaine, he would have won. Most successful third party was that led by Theodore Roosevelt in 1912, which ran second to the Democratic party headed by Wilson. In that year, the Republican candidate, Taft, took the worst lacing received bv a malor nartv candidate. Most recent example of an Impor tant third party was the Progressive) Party, which had the elder Senator LaFollette for its candidate. This party carried but one state, Wlscon- - D'6 YOU CCMW-ESj Farmers National elevators and warehouses are licensed by the Federal Gov- xour ciuiuwi iv hic vuiui uuiu prutwuuii ui grain growers wuu """" " siiUp " grain is safe in a Federally Licensed House BECAUSE: It is and supervised by the United States of America. Stocks, grades and the condition of the grain and the facility are checked, at least four times each year, by Government Warehouse Inspectors. Your grain is fully insured, at the market, against loss by fire, wind, floods, riots and civil commotion. A Federal warehouse Receipt is as safe as a Government Bond. It has the United States Government behind it. bonded Federal Warehouse Receipts are negotiable. They are recognized and e collateral at a liberal loan basis. They accepted by banks as be sold and the legitimate holder of a Federal and transferred may Receipt may demand delivery of his grain at any time. gilt-edg- . . For further information about Federal Warehouse Receipts, ask yonr banker or inquire at the nearest Farmers National elevator. 7T Ui.: r' TORE WITH US N ATDMM Where You Get the Most Protection Market Cooperqtiyely '