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JtHE BINGHAM NEWS, BINGHAM, UTAH New Rural Credit System for Farmers? ready been established by federal leg-islation. Tliat additional rural credits facili-ties are needed was urged In the re-port of the Joint commission of agri-cultural Inquiry, headed by Represen-tative Anderson of Minnesota. The bill Introduced by him In the. house and by Senator Lenrootof Wisconsin in the senate, however, providing for credits of this nature through the federal land banks is meeting criti-cism. Objection is made to confusing this new type of agricultural credit with the long terra loans on land which are provided by the federal land banks. A strong movement ap-pears to be developing for the estab-lishment of an entirely Independent system. Schemes for the creation of a new system are contained In a bill recent-ly introducecd in the senate by Sen-ator Simmons of North Carolina and also In another hill just perfected which was presented In the senate by Senator Norbeck of South Dakota and In the house by Representative King of Illinois. The Simmons bill creates what is called the National Agricultural Cred-its corporation, with a life of fifty years. XX7ASniNQT0N.--Preslde- nt Hard-- 1 ing's recommendation to con-gress of legislation providing farmers with credit facilities as favorable as those enjoyed by commerce and In-dustry may lead to the establishment of a rural credits system entirely. In-dependent of either the federal re-serve system or the federal land banks. A new chain of banks, which would be linked up with a central corpora-tion at Washington, to take the place of the War Finance corporation. Is proposed. The system would be de-signed to furnish credits on agricul-tural products and live stock over periods ranging from six months to three years, which are not provided through the agencies which have al- - Growing Old Too Soon? Are you one of those unfortunate folks who finds yourself feeling older than you should? Do you feel lama and stiff mornings; drag through the day with a constantly aching back! Evening find you utterly worn-out- ? Then look to your kidneys, rre sent dav life puts' a heavy burden on the kidneys. They slow ud and poisons ac-cumulate and upset blood and nerres. Help your weakened kidneys with V)oun' Kidney Pills. Doan'i have helped thousands and should help you. Ask your neighbor I An Idaho Case C. A. Trover, miner. Main St, Wardner, Idaho, says: "I had a . gnawing pain In ViV7"Jf!$'l the small of my Af?f'A4 back. When I w;f'fi''t Y straightened up fter bending I KTOVfiUA had a knife-lik- e MJ Vt-k- Pnln nd my kld" F'V;v yney acted Irreg-''hi-mm- A ularly and me at nlht. h't&iM&i&ir A friend advised HiyXI me to use Doan's Kidney Pills. After uslnff three boes, the p"lna disappeared and my kidneys were In Kood shape. " Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Bot FOSTER. M1LBURN CO BUFFALO. N. Y. "melts in your mouth" then you get the delec table gum center. ' tUf And with WrigleVa three old tandbys also affording friendly f aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap-- Nfc ' petite and digestion. Wi Soothing, thirst-quenchin- g. 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ROYAL Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste SsnJ for Ntu Royal Cook Book It' FREE. Royl Caking tmmmrmmmmacrmKmimmmKimKmmmimimamm Asps ro ft WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Headache Colds Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directioni j I Handy "Btyfr" boiM of 12 tablets Also bottle of ti and 100 DrugyUfa. I aiplrtu U tt Umd mutt ( Br MuuUstw tt UmttmUntiimUt f tJiUaM-1- 4 'tg THE ,F1 HlCABlNETfeJ Copyright, 1111, Vfra Ntwrfpapw Unloa. "Thank God for tea. What would the world is without tea? How did It exist? I am glad 1 was not born before tea,." WHATT0 EAT For those who like the scrapple, the following dish will appeal. California Scrap. Hr2 - pe Take one cupful ef cereal r-- "'"Ti prepared from PVv I wheat, tidd three I in 1 an(j one-hal-f cup-t- j --J 'uls ot boiling jj water, one tea- - spoonful of salt, and ok five minutes. Cook in a dou-ble boiler for 10 minutes. Cook one ptund of sausage, add one tnblespoon-fu- l of sage, one-hal- f teaspoonful of pepper, mix all together and put Into a mold. Slice when cold, roll in flour and fry In hot fat. California Mock Duck. Take one and one-ha- lf pounds of flank steak, and pound until the fibers are well broken. Brown quickly on both sides. Mix one and one-hal- f cupfuls of crumbs, add One cupful of chopped prunes, one-hal- f tensponful of salt, one-eight- h of a teaspoonful of pepper, one teaspoonful of lemon Juice, one egg, mix and fill the center of the steak, roll up, cover with pieces of suet, surround with hot water, cover and bake one hour. Thicken the gravy and serve. Eggs, Southern 8tyle. Cook rIx eggs hard, nud shell. Boll two onions and chop fine. Prepare a white sauce, us-ing fouir tablespoonfuls of flour and two tablespoonfuls of butter; when well blended add two cupfuls of milk suit atid pepper to taste. Lay the eggs In the sauce and serve nil hot. Chill Sandwich. Take one cupful of tomato paste or soup reduced until thick, one-hal- f cupful of vinegar, one teasponful of pickling spices, one-ha- lf cupful of chopped onion, the same of green pepper, of cornstarch, one cupful of chipped meat or one-hal- f cupful of peanut but-ter. Cook the spices and vegetables In the soup, thicken with cornstarch, add It diluted with a little cold water and cook five minutes. Cool, add meat or butter and spread on slices of bread. Cottage Cheese Sandwich. Take a tablespoonful of nilr-ce- chives, add to one cupful of cottage cheese which has been seasoned and enriched with a tablespoonful of trelm. Use brown bread buttered, add a tnhlespoOnful of chopped cherries and 6pread with the cheese. At Christmas I no more deft'.re the rose Than wish a snow In May's new fan- - Kld mirth; But like of each thln.r, that In season Krov'a. Shakespeare. HELPS FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER Canned shredded pineapple, added to various fruit butters, such as aple. plum or aprlcoi, ira- - mrfSD I Prove8 tne nvr. Ir fcv p The meats from prune P,t9 ,nay De ground and YcW-I- used to add flavor and .VtJ JTj richness to cake fillings 5. and various other dishes. jjrJjJ. Small potatoes, which XS! take so much time to pre-pare, n.ay be washed and cooked In their Jackets, then put through the potato rlcer. The skins will stick to the top of the rlcer and may be easily removed. Sharpen the knives of the food grinder by using the bits of scouring sonp, grinding them through It a few times. Use paper towels to wipe out greasy dishes, soil spots on table and floor, and spilled food on the stove, besides numberless other ways vhlch will oc-cur to the housewife. Save griddle cake batter for dipping rrocjueites or meat balls. It can be used as fritter batter, thus saving what might otherwise be thrown away. Pefore painting the house around the windows, cover them with a thick coating of window cleaning powder. The paint and powder will come off, leaving the windows brleht and clean. Thin common house paint with gaso-lln-el then with a brush or cloth apply to rugs and carpet. The result Is very satisfactory and may be repeated when the rug Is fnded. Designs may be painted In with colors, rnnklng the rug look like new. Popped corn painted with a brash and delicate colors of vegetable color ing may be used on a frosted cuke aa decoration. Leaves cut from citron nuiy he used with the corn flowers. Iry bread cut l.i cubes and fried In butter until crisp makes a good breakfast food served with sugar and cream. A bathing cap may be used for an Ice hug In nn emergency. Close the opening with a rubber bond and dust with talcum after drying. Pnek potato in greased muffin rlri.s and fry. The cakes will be unl-- j form and will easily come out of the rln;: In dainty rnkes. Old fashioned buns are delicious When left to rise until ll'lit nnd puffy j and baked to n golden brown. Make a biscuit of the iil ove mixture; roll Into a round bull, place on n linking sheet and flatten until one-hnl- f Inch thick Put to rise until more than double tfelr bulk, brush lightly with incited butter nnl bake In a quick oven. U. S. Shipping Board Is Attacked Again pONGRESSIONAl. Investigation of the procedure followed by the United States shipping bourd lu the settlement of claims growing out of wartime buldlng contracts Is de-manded by Stiles E. Dodge-- of Cleve-land, a special auditor of the board, who has been making a study of con-ditions In some of the Pacific coast shipyards. Mr. Dodge said he had discussed the matter with several senators and representatives and was going to fight to get all the facts placed before the public. One contention he makes Is that he can show that overpay-ments made and contemplated on the Pacific coast Involved from $3,000,000 to $10,000,000. He says he Is prepared to go before a congreasloiiul coui- -' mlttee and present his case. An Investigation of the circum-stances surrounding the release by the shipping board on April 19 of L. M. Stevens, acting general controller, Is sought by Mr. Dodge. Mr. Stevens Is from Pittsburgh, and Representative M. Clyde 'Kelly of Pennsylvania hns written to President Harding for In-formation concerning the removal of Stevens. "If the conditions which Mr. Dodge describes exist," said Representative Kelly, "the facts should be known to the public. I do not want to take snap Judgment, and I am going to wait and see what explanation is made. If I am not satisfied then, I shall Introduce a resolution asking for an Investigation." Mr. Dodge was with the shipping bourd during the war and for a time was controller for the Great Lakes district. He hus not resigned his pres-ent position ns a special auditor, and said today ho did not Intend to tier so, When the attack mnde tipo the board was called to the attention of Chairman Laslser, he said the facts would show that the actions of the present administration of the shipping board In the settlement of claims were not properly subject to audit. Prove the Reverse, Please, Passport Officer Where are your I proofs that she's your wife? Henpeck I haven't any, but 11 you can prove that she's not my wife, you're a made man. London Tit-Bit- s. 1 "A 1922 Woman's Charter of Rishts" vent a woman from occupying such station In society as her conscience shall dictate, or which places her In a position Inferior to thnt of man, are contrary to the great precept of nn-tur- e and therefore of no force or authority. "Resolved, thnt the women of this country ought to be enlightened In re-go-to the laws under which they live, that they may no longer publish their degradation by declaring them-selves satisfied with their present posi-tion nor their Ignorance by asserting that they have all the rights they want. "Resolved, that the same amount of virtue, delicacy und refinement of be-havior thnt Is required of women In th social state should also be required ot num. ami the same transgressions should be visited with equal severity on both man and woman. "Resolved, thnt the equality of hu-man rights results necessarily from the fact of the Identity of the race In capabilities mid responsibilities. "Resolved, that the speedy success of our cau.e depends upon the sealoui and untiring efforts of both men and women for the securing to woman an equal participation with men lu the various trades, professions and com-merce. " TUTISS MARY WINSOR of Phl!a-delphl- a, member of the National Council of the woman's party, Is draft-ing u "1822 Woman's charter of rights." The rights which American wemen have nt yet won, and ore now de-manding, will be listed In this charter, based on the charter of rights adopted by the first women's tights conven-tion ever held In America, at Seneca Falls, N. Y., In 1S4S. The charter of rights for Twentieth century women will resemble the 1843 document to a large extent, according to Miss Wlnsor, since, of nil the rights claimed by those earlier women, only om? the right of suffrage hns been completely secured. Some of the resolutions In the 1S4C charter, which may find a pi ace In the new woman's Mngnn Chnrta are: "Resolved, that nil laws which pre- - Australia In Wrong Place. Checking by radio with time clocks In France reveals, so authorities suy, an error of 100 yards in Australia's Itititudlnn. position on all mnps. We may have to move Australia on our limps, sayj the Scientific American. A Feeling of Security j Yon naturally feel secure when yo . know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no .' harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- , kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength . and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. It is scientifically compounded from , ' vegetable herbs. h It is not a stimulant and Is taken in teaspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. ; It is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad-der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with i" every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's fiwamp- - Root. If you need a medicine, yon should have the best. On sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to try this treat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for s sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement No Press Facilities. "According to this authority, Me-thuselah lived only a trifle more than eighty years." "If that's the case, how did he get the reputation of being so old?" "I'm blestitf I know. There were no newspniHT reporters in those days to Interview him every time he celebrat-ed a birthday and add ten or twenty years to his age so the 'story would be worth a front-pag- e position." m Age-Heral- Tho halo a man sees on a girl's bead during courtship develops Into a bon-tie- t after marriage. If a bad nabit hasn't killed a man by the time he Is seventy-flve- , he is pretty sure It won't Her Principle. V- ' Saphead Will you trust tu wit your life? -- Miss Sweet No, Indeed. CusV down is my motto. Wayside Tales. Cheap cynicism Is always cynical about the wrong people. Pad luck Is eluded so often that a rabbit's foot seems to have real potency. The universe Is wider than our views of lt Harding Favors Reclamation Projects A PPROVAI. of President Harding for the McNnry bill providing for creation of a $T.0,000.00t) revolving fund to be used for development of Western and Southern reclamation and drnlnage projects, was given to a congressional delegation who called at the White House. Members of the delepnflon, which was headed by Senator McNnry of Oregon and Hepresentntlve Smith of I(!nho said the President expressed deep Interest In the legislation which Is pending In both the senate and the house. Mr. Harding Indicated, dele-gation members said, thnt he would confer with party leaders on the mut-ter. Ti e President was told that there was strong support for passn.e of the measure Ht this session of con-gress nnd thnt enactment of the bill would result In the pechimution of millions of acres of hind ami provide homes fur thousand) of people. A iik moraiidum submitted by the dalegutlon showed that under tl;e rec-- i lnnmtlon act of 1W2 approximately 3,(H,0tx) acres of desert lands limi been reclulmt'd. more than 40,(XX) f Ules had been established on furai land and the national wealth had been increased approximately $i!00, OiO.iioO and foodstuffs valued lit $1.7). (MK).OIM) raised each year on these varl otis projects tu M states all at an ex pemllture by the government of Hp proximately if l.'i'VMHUKM) front the flint crerted from the sale of public landf and from hind fees of various klndrf. Pieshlent Harding wan said by bli visitors to favor passage of the lels la t lot) during the prenetit Thl most (Hlllculty, It was sitid, was ex peeled In the house, mid the Presi-dent promised to confer with mem-bers of the hoiwe Republican steer lig committee and urge tbiiu to prew the bill at this session.