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THE RICH COUNTV NEWS, RANDOLPH. UTAH XXSfc. , GIRL TO MAKE MONEY Shame on Them. FOR MORE TREES VISIT ESKIMOS pEREAPS there are a Vastxmam DIFFERENT WAYS FDR IMPORTANT NEED RASMUSSEN TO few mothers who do not know the virtues of Fletchers Perhaps there are a few who know that there are imitations on Danish Explorer to Make Study of Mothers People. the market and knowing this demand Fletchers. It is to AT.T. motherhood, then, that we call attention to the numerous imitations and counterfeits that may be set before them. , Poultry, Dairy or Garden Are Good Suggestions. Three-Fifth- s of Primeval Forests Have Been Cut Away, Says Parents Forester Greeley. Should Woman Member of TO REMAIN THERE TWO YEARS the Farm Family. SUPPLY OF WOOD NECESSARY 9ll motherhood everywhere that we . ring out the warning to beware d. of the For over thirty years Fletchers Castoria has been an aid m the upbuilding of our population; an aid in the saving of babies. And yet there are those who would ask you to try something new. Try this. Try that. Even try the same remedy for ,the tiny, scarcely breathing, babe-thin all robust womanhood would use for yourself. Shame on them. you your White Man Living day Who Has to Go to Land of Eskimos to Learn About His An. eestors Will Have as Closest Aids Two Graduates of the University of Has Never Copenhagen Region Been Scientifically Investigated. at I Children Cry For ALCOHOL-- 0 3 per cent. by Regular i 5 hnibaStoma.dis and Bowels of Thereby Promoting Cheerfulness and Rcstfaitaifc neither OpitHn(Morphinenot Mineral. Not Narcotic Senna, bcbUtSB$ iSagtr mknr Constipate. and Feverishness and Loss orSi;EEPf linUherefrom- JacSimile Sijna Gompb ThI Centacr NEW- YORK- - Your Friend, the Physician. The history of all medicines carries with it the story of battles against popular beliefs : fights against prejudice : even differences 0 opinion among scientists and men devoting their lives to research work; laboring always for the betterment of mankind. This information is at the hand of all physicians. He is with you at a moments call he the trouble trifling or great. He is your friend, your household counselor. He is the one to whom you can always look for advice , even though it might not be a case of sickness.' He is not just a doctor.. He is a student to his last and final call. His patients are his family and to lose one is little less than losing one of his own flesh and blood. Believe him when he tells you as he will that Fletchers Castoria has never harmed the littlest babe, and that it is a to keep in the house. He knows. good-thin- MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT GENUINE CASTORIA TH WOULD BE REASONABLY BUSY DESERT ISLE e.NTAUa COMPANY, CITY BIG IN 4BW YORK CITY. Small Girl About Right, If Bad Man Woman Writer Satisfied With Her ResDid His Full Duty Without idence in Hell's Half Acre in Fear or Favor. ' Get Many Silty Complaints. Every day the postmasters in the larger cities receive countless letters of complaint. Not unnaturally among" so large a number there are many of a frivolous nature. For example, one woman wrote .that the carrier who delivered her letters was engaged to a woman twice his own age, and requested that he should be asked to break oil the engagement or be Feed Redans Bursal EnlargeMckened, Swollen Philadelphia. As Ansou Mount, superintendent of the Howe button factory, of Petersburg, was reading bis evening paper, his little daughter, Mary, age six, was playing on the floor. ' Tiring of play, she crawled to her fathers knee and asked him: Does the bad man get all the people who are bad? The father, not looking up from his paper and a little provoked by the interference replied, I suppose. The child studied fof a minute, and then said: Does he bum them all up? Some little boys told me he did. Again the father replied that he supposed he did. Again the child, not satisfied, asked the father where they went after he burned them all .up. The father, irritated, replied that he supposed they all went to ashes. The child studied for a few minutes, and then said : Gee, he must have an awful Job carrying out ashes." Indianapolis News. ALWAYS Bears the Signature, of Bsact Copy of Wrapper. . v IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHERS CASTORIA ments, Katharine Haviland Taylor, the nov- elist, says shes found a desert island and peace right in the middle of Phiia-- 1 delphia. It happened quite accident- ally. Recently she went apartment hunting with very little knowledge of ihe residential districts of Philadelphia. She found an apartment and rented it because there were two limousines out in front, and so she judged that the street was all right. One of those limousines 'belongs to a broker of rags and paper, she learned later, and the other to an Italian peanut vender. She iiad moved into the historic district called Hells Half Acre. Rut Im glad I was misled, says Miss I am not bothered by social Taylor. obligations and I have lots of time for work. Were never bored. Shooting privileges go with every lease, and lay vocabulary is enlarging all the time. Miss Taylor cannot be persuaded to move, for she is convinced that in this retreat she will be able to do more and better work than if she were living in a neighborhood socially correct. Tissaes, Curbs, Filled j Tendaas Soreness from Braises or Strains; stops j Spavin Lameness, allays pain. Does sot blister, remove the hair or lay up the horse. Only I a few drops required at each I application. $2.50 a bottle at druggists or delivered. Boole I A free W. F. TOUNG, be., 310 Topic Si, SpriagficU, Mot. Too Much Detail. Critic Braaider Matthews said at t Columbia tea: Suggestion rather makes the most vivid tail,- than detni" picture. Re indeed, may spoil a picture com- pletely;. A preacher was describing heaven to a widow whose husband had just died. He said that the separation oi dear ones was not for long, and then with elaborate detail he painted tlx happiness of those whom death re unites in Paradise. When the preacher stopped foi breath the widow observed thought When Knut Rasmussen, the doughty Danish explorer, boarded the Sea King recently for the extreme North, his Va rt was not set on discovering Dew territory. His plan is rather to make a more careful study of tracts found by himself and his predecessors some It might even be said years ago; that he is going back to Ultima Thule to visit ins home people; for his Imain purpose is to steep his mind in the ways and wanderings of the Eskimos, of whom his mother was one, says the New York Evening Post. He is, in truth, the only educated white man living today who has to go to the land of the Eskimos to learn about his ancestors. In so far as his aim is not rigidly scientific it is missionary in spirit. To Remain Two Years. Rasmussen will have as his closest aids two graduates of the University At Cape York, in of Copenhagen. Greenland, they will pick up four Eskimo huntsmen with dogs and a local interpreter. August 25 they will start for Hudson ray, where Lyon inlet, in the Melville peninsula, will be made tire headquarters of the expedition. During the fall and winter excursions will he made on sledges to the Iglullk Eskimos at the mouth of Fury and Heela strait. The party will proceed in the spring of 1022 to Chesterfield inlet, where a food depot will be established sufficient to meet the needs of an unexpectedly. ' protracted stay. They will then - cross the Barren Grounds, visit the tribes along the Northwest passage and, finally return to Lyon inlet in the spring of 1923. The party will then be divided, some of its members returning to Denmark, while Rasmussen, accompanied by his faithful Eskimos, will embark on ' sledges to Baffin land, Lancaster solind, North Devon, Jones sound, Ellesmere land and probably Axel Heilberg land to Thule. .. Rasmussen's Fifth Trip. However well the territory in question may be mapped, the only expeditions that ever visited those parts were those that set out to discover the Northwest passage. In modern times they have never been scientifically investigated, Even the coast line 'Of Baffin bay is' as yet known only in part. The Arctic archipelago, as explained by Rasmussen to the Royal Geographical society of Denmark, is regarded as being extremely important, because it Is the Ywnwecting link between conGreenland and the American GrapeNia.ts is a scientific food, containing all die nutriment of wheat and malt ed barley. GrapeNuts digests easily and Quickly, builds toward and is health and strength delightful in flavor and crispness "There's a Reason for Grape-Fut- s "I. have taken only two boxes , . of Eatonic and feel like a new man. It has done me more good than anything else, writes C. O. Frappir. Eatonic Is the modern remedy for acid stomach, bloating, food repeating and indigestion. It quickly takes tip .and carries out the acidity and gas and enables the stomach .to digest tht food naturally. That means not only relief from pain and discomfort but you get the full strength from the food . you eat. Big box only costs a trifle with your druggists guarantee. FRECKLES J97I Michigan' Avtod'. ckei (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Timber depletion has now reached a point in this country where three-fifth- s of the primeval forests are gone and where 61 per cent of the timber that Is left is west of the Great Plains, Col. W. B. Greeley, chief forester, forest service of the Department of Agriculture of the United States, recently told the members of the Chicago Association of Commerce. Liberal use of American forests was a necessary part of the commercial growth of this nation, Colonel Greeley believes, but reforestation should have bean practiced, if not from the start, at least in late years. There is an abundant area of forest land in this country to support all industries, and a liberal supply of wood is most necessary to the people of this country. It was thought that, like the European civcountries, we would use, when-ou-r d or ilization was older, but as much wood per capita as we did in the early days. But this rule does not affect the American people. The older the states and communities in this country grow the more timber they seam to require in . one-thir- one-ha- lf one" form or another. Demand Continues to Grow. ' Many substitutes have been devised for wood, and yet the great demand of the country for timber continues to grow. More wood is used in construction today than before the discovery of concrete, and more wood is used in building railway cars than before the car was developed. steel or part-stee- l This Is apparently true in nearly every industry. Abundant and widely distributed forests have meant to the United States homes for the masses of the people beyond fjie standards of any other nation. They have placed newspapers and magazines on the average family table. They have contributed largely to social and industrial conditions which promote democracy and constructive energy rather than dis- content and destructive social forces bred by hard and comfortless condi' tions of life. The idleness of 81,000,000 acres of forest land, an area Increased by to 10,000,000 acres annually, destructive logging, and still more destructive forest fires are the factors at work to Increase the timber shortage. Land Enough if Kept Growing Trees. The exhaustion of American timber . Preparing Vegetables for City Market enough to help her and eneourage her in her work, she will soon establish memherself as a ber of the family. If, as often happens, the parents are not disposed to and there is no have such goings-oagent, no girls club, no extension work of any kind In the community, .the country girt regoes to the city and the farming gions have lost one more potential home and family. No doubt exists In the minds of men and women of large experience In the extension work carried on by the United States Department of Agricuwith state agrt- lture in cultural colleges that the economic appeal is the entering influence needed In getting their clubs or bureaus started in rural regions. Once the young people have learned a way to earn money the desire for the things it vpWi buy asserts itself, and home better ments and improved living conditions ' : follow naturally. ? Down in Arkansas a girls canning club started a contest to determine which of the members could produce the most tomatoes at the least expense, and with the lowest percentage of waste. Annet Sargo, on the Mount Valley route, near Hot Spring on. 3,140 pounds of tomatoeg tenth of an acre, at a cost of $31.40 and net returns of $109. With the same expense her sister, Fannie, grew 3,020 pounds and had a net return of Ada Rosamond grew 2,803 $107.89. pounds, costing $27.42, with a net return of $76.60, and Ruby Waddell, at Bonnerville, had 3,070 pounds, cost- lng $29.91, with net returns of $68. n, : HENS IN GOOSEBERRY in Foreign Would mats? women ' , Service. make good Toward From der Trash in Garden, at Hull Forces Measure. The shortage, of coal has been so serious at Hull, Eng., during the strike of miners that the. people were unable to obtain hot water. To meet Shortage of Coal . Emergency this situation the National Kitchen, which happened to have a supply of coal, sold hot water to. the working people at one-hapenny a bucket. The shortage of coal also produced a shortage of Ice, as It handicapped the artificial ice plants. To obviate this trawlers were sent to Holland to bring coal which they exchanged here for lea. lf Hill Land Orchard Near Lynch- burg, Va. LIVE has not come about because the forests have been used so freely hut because of (he failure tr. use land. In a nutshell, the problem is that the United States is cutting wood out of its forests three or four times ns fast as it is being grown. Much of the land on which timber stands or has been ent off will always lie forest land. It is ample to grow all the wood needed for the use of ihe people of this country and for export trade in lumber, and products manufactured from lumber, if the land can tie kept at work growing trees. Timber for the future is simply a matter of putting idle land to work. forest-growin- ClearUn' One gooseberry insect we have with us that isnt easy to control is the fruit worm. It doesnt often become a serious pest but occasionally It has been known to take a whole crop. The worm eats into the partly grown berry and feeds on the pulp. Handpicking is still the method used to hold this worm in check. Poultry ought to be turned Into the gooseberry patch after the fruit is picked, as the hens will do a lot toward clearing the worms from under the trash. Poultry and fruit are a good combination when run right. diplo- HOT WATER FOR SALE PATCH Fowls Will Do Mu.fi ing Out Fruit-Wor- British League Demands Equal Rights Mem Eatonic Works Magic Much Land Is Idle. V WOMEN FOR DIPLOMATS lew Life Sick . The Scandinavians have long felt that their ancestors of 900 years ago have 'never been given the credit that is flue them for their voyages to the new world. By a careful study of the histone track from Bering strait along the Alaskan coast and through Rasmussen hopes Coronation gulf, not merely to throw light on the present, but on the past as well. It s his fifth journey to the Far North. ... Right food for the body is more important than right; 'fuel for the engine. Fact That Man Substitutes Have Been Devised Demand for Timber Continues to Grow Despite tinent. The. members of the Womens Freedom League of Great Britain are sure they would. They have written to the prime minister, the leader of the house of commons and other minfully: Well, I suppose his first wife hat isters of state protesting strongly got him again, then. against the regulations which reserve Home Builders Who Suspend. to men all posts In tli-- diplomatic and The St Louis Home and Housing consular services, practically all posts to the Scratch. Coming Up a with association, organized capital Nexdor Is the stuff you planted in the government services in the of two million dolars to help solve colonies and protectorates and in the llie housing problem by building houses coming up all right? as well as all Xaybor Yes, thanks to you, old Indian civil service, and selling them at approximate cost, in the commercial diplomatic posts i ru-for chickens chap, beletting yonr has suspended building operations service and the trade commissioner cause there is no demand for the round, loose. Boston Transcript. service. houses. Since Us organization a year, In the opinion of the Womens FreeMost of the shadows that cross out dom ago thp association has built 127 league these regulations make 26 which remain unsold. bouses, of path are fanned by our standing in out the Sex Disqualification Act a mere own light. Dinger. farce, and .are completely at variance with the manifesto signed by the prime minister and Bonar Law 3ust before the last general election, which stated that it will be the duty of the new government to remove all existing inequalities of the, daw as between men and women. tHe body well by the United States Depart(Preparedment of Agrioulture.) AVhen a city girl feels the need ot money -- her own money, to pay for tho tilings girls imagine they must have these days she goes to work in an office, a store, or a factory, according te her education and opportunity. In the country a girl, with much the same longings for nice things and good times, looks to the poultry yard, the milk house, or the garden for her spending money. If her parents are the right kind, if they are intelligent To- Only Educated Just-as-goo- Encourage Young to Establish Herself aa g STOCK FLY REPELLENT Care Should Be Exercised to Prevent Mixture Too Strong, Getting Causing Hair Shedding.' When mixing a repellent to put on tlie live stock to keep the flies away, cure should be taken to prevent getting too strong a mixture. It may cause shedding of the Iinir. The following mixture lias been found by the United States Department of Agri- culture to give good results for a short time where applied lightly but thoroughly : One gallon of fish on, two ounces of oil of pine tar, two ounces of oil of pennyroyal and lf reasonable encouragement pint of kerosene. The horses should be given to the landowner to and milk cows will appreciate some grow timber on his own account in preparation. the ways best suited to. his own purposes, but by some means or other the RAIS!N3WLS 0M INSECTS public must see to it timt forest lands not needed- for agriculture do not lie Good Plan for Farmers .in Grasshopidle. The regulations imposed must per Infested Regions to Usd be reasonable and equitable. Obvl-- : Turkeys and Guineas. ousl.v the owner of the land cannot do It all. The public must aid him in Turkeys and guinea fowl are voraovercoming the hazard of forest fires cious insect-eatersWould it not he a and must recognize that the present good plan for farmers in the grasshopmethods of taxing forests In many per infested areas of the West to buy, regions are equivalent to taxing a rent or import at tbe fitrils of these farm crop twice a week during the breeds they possibly can. instead ot one-hn- -';' . rowing season. , poisoning et-TV- the hugs? r LIT V4 '