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THE RICH COUNTY REAPER, RANDOLPH, UTAH COUNTY REAPER THE RICH matter Feb. Entered as second-clas- s 8. 1929. at the post office Randolph. Utah, under the Act of Mar. 3, 1879. Wm. E. Marshall, Editor and Prop, SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 Per Year in Advance POPS BLOOD PRESSURE UP never saw my husband so crazy mad as he was last night, or this morning, rather, said his wife. "What was the matter, the neighbor asked. Well," she replied, that boy friend daughter went out with last night is one of his pet peeves, and about three oclock this morning daughter phoned they were fifteen miles out in the country, the gas tank was empty, boy friend had no money, and would dad please come out and tow them in. "1 Giving the Home That Cool Look PROOF The lecturer was getting warmed Decorations Can Do Much, Through Suggestion, to Help Out. The homemaker who expects the family to remain at home during part of the summer at least, can do much to introduce a cool element in the rooms by following the suggestions offered here. Some of the methods lessen the heat through coolness realized through touch, and others through sight and lowered temperature. All are conducive to comfort. One essential element in the decorative scheme is coolness of touch. To attain this there is no textile so perfect as linen. The next best is cotton goods with linen finish. A glazed or satin goods or finish is also cool feeling. Glass and metal are cool to the touch, as are also china, pottery and ceramics of high glaze and those of luster finishes. Whatever the home decorator has which can be used correctly in her rooms should be featured. A second essential is coolness through appearance. For example a d material is cooler to look at than a dark one. Therefore, when considering materials to cover furniture remember that the ones will foster the cool look. Of late, furniture covers of rich and gay colors have been popular, which is in accord with the brilliant color schemes which were the natural refrom the action schemes just preceding the' present riot of color in decoration. In summertime, however, if you would have your rooms appear cool, use delicate colored furniture covering textiles. A memory of the coolness of atmospatphere created by oyster-whitterned weave linen covers on furniture and carpeted floors in a Philadelphia residence still lingers with me. I was but a child and Philadelphia was prematurely hot, when stopping there between trains I called on a friend of my mothers. Just to enter the shaded coolness of the drawing room was a relief. To sit on the d chairs and touch the cool textile was refreshing. The homemaker has succeeded today In creating the desired cool atmosphere If her rooms give stlch a welcome impression of relief from torrid heat Accessories which strengthen the impression of coolness are grateful in Bummer time. For example, a clear glass bowl, brimming with water In which goldfish disport themselves, is such an accessory. Fronds of ivy trailing from a glass jar suspended in a window create a pleasing impression of crystal coolness and shady dells. A silver vase filled with flowers suggests the coolness of shimmering moonlight in a flower-fillegarden. Whatever by sight or touch recalls to the imagination things or impressions of coolness should be featured in summer decoration. Such things put persons in the mood to react to such measures as can be taken to actually lower temperatures, such as dimming sunlight, creating draughts through open windows, etc. light-colore- light-tone- d CRUEL SLASH e The Tall One My face is my fortune. The Short One Youll have no Income tax to pay, my dear. Kindly Inquiries up to his subject. And, friends, he said impressively, I tell you once again, medicine never did anyone any good. Thats not true, came a voice from the back of the hall. FRESH RANGE FOR GROWING TURKEYS Not true?, echoed the lecturer. What do you mean? Medicine did my family a lot of goog, went on the heckler. But, my friend, said the lecturer, you have no way of proving that Poultry Expert in Warning Against Blackhead. When young turkeys- have reached the age of from eight to ten weeks, move them out to range shelters on clean ground which was free of all - He was a thin, ragged urchin and poultry, turkeys or poultry manure during the previous year. A good range will afford plenty of green feed, shade and fresh clean water. At this season of the year, growers usually begin to have trouble with their poults, says C. F. Parrish, poultry extension specialist at North CaroBlackhead belina State, college and this comes, tn gins to develop most cases, from laxity in sanitation. Success with turkeys is dependent upon careful management of the growing poults. Fresh range is essential. Parrish says much attention must also be given to supplying the right kind of feed. In general, poults have the same nutritive requirements as chicks. A complete growing ration is necessary for best results. Such a ration will include animal protein, grain, milk, green feed, minerals and water. Milk is useful during the first six weeks. The same commercial feeds recommended for chicks may be used with poults. However, one mash hopper five feet long Is needed Kor each 75 n water founts poults. Two are also needed forjthis number of the birds. Place the mash hoppers and water founts on wire covered frames made from 2 by 4 timber. It requires about 60 pounds of feed, exclusive of green feed, to fulfill the requirements of a poult during the first seven months of its life. By that time, the poult should weigh from 12 to 14 pounds. Always keep turkeys and chickens separated, he advises. one-gallo- linen-covere- "Dad, said little Bobby one night after school, my school teacher takes a very great Interest in you. Father pricked up his ears. Eh? What? he asked. me six times to sit she told Today went on down in class and behave, the boy. Afterwards, she said she wondered what kind of a father I had. Answers Magazine. Making Both Ends Meet day called forth the dad. He concludfrom protest qsual ed, Next report-carday 1 should like to see you as near the head of your class as you are now near the foot. Junior responded impatiently, Aw, what difference does it make, dad? They teach the same thing there. Parents Magazine. Report-car- d d . Weather Forecast Judge (in traffic court) Ill let you off with a fine this time, but another day Ill send you to jail. Driver Sort of a weather forecast, eh. Judge? Judge What do you mean? Driver Fine today cooler tomor. d , 1933, Bell Syndicate. WNU Service. row. A TRIP ENJOY Out of the Way Clairvoyant Beware of a tall, dark man who will shortly cross your path. Client Hadnt you fetter warn him to beware of me? Im a chauffeur. Berliner Illustriei-te- TO SALT LAKE AND NEWHOUSE statement A MEATIER MEAL Variety to Choose From in Finding Good Layers - i . Boston der the tent tomorrow. Practically Minded Daughter," said her mother, has that young man you are going with ever mentioned the subject of marriage? Oh, yes!" yawned daughter, "but 1 told him dad was so hard up he even couldnt afford tires for the car, let alone a husband for me. Eve- Quite a Diatance Caller Does your maid try to make the food go as far as possible? Mistress Oh, yes ; a lot of it goes Equal to Emergency Captain Now, suppose you are on at least a mile from our bouse to duty one dark night. Suddenly a hers. Pathfinder Magazine. person appears from behind and wraps two arms round you so that STYLE SUPERLATIVE you cant use your rifle. What would you say? Cadet Let go, honey. Edmonton Bulletin. ning Transcript . It Didnt Work Family Paper If not convenient to move household furniture outdoors to clean, place a damp cloth over the piece of furniture and then beat it We tried this and the wife made Boston Evening us come back. Transcript. Not Fair Canvasser What That author has a most convinc- ing style of diction. Yes. But you ought to have heard think of Shelley? Dont you think he the agent who sold me the set. employs too many metaphors? Bilks Yes. I think he ought to Just as Good give American workmen a chance. Judge Do you wish to have a deAshington Collieries Magazine. fending counsel? Accused No, sir, but 1 should be Bid Below Value obliged to you if you could get me Young Man Tommy, tell me what two reliable witnesses. Berlin Die your sister thinks of me and Ill give Grune Post you a nickel. Tommy-rAia good laugh worth Right and Wrong more than that? Brooklyn Dally Now Arthur, said the primary Eagle. teacher, if I put 11 plums in your hand and you eat four, how many Indirect Persuasion will you have?. Slowboy Your father Is sitting up Eleven, 3aid Arthur. late tonight. But can that be true if., youve Miss Willing Yes. I think he eaten four? Think again. wishes to be on hand to give us his Id have 11, said the boy, four blessing. Evening Boston Tran- inside and seven outside. script. Those Americans How long has America been disMUTUAL HOPE covered? About 400 years. There you are, and yet I read In a paper about giant trees of America-ry- ou cant believe anything these Americans say. Leipzig Der Lustige Sachse. Book do you nt The selection of a breed Is often perplexing to a poultry novice. Usually the poultry enthusiast does well to select the one that most appeals to his own fancy. The lightweight Mediterraneans are primarily adapted to This class includes eleven varieties of Leghorns, five of Minorcas, Anconas, White-FaceSingle and Black Spanish, Blue Andalusians and Buttercups. The American class contains the middleweight breeds. Those admitted to the American standard of perfection are seven kinds of Plymouth Rocks, eight of Wyandottes, Black and Mottled Javas, Single, and Rosecomb Rhode Island Reds, Rhode Island Whites (Single Comb Rhode Island Whites were not admitted to the standard because of a too close resemblance to White Plymouth Rocks), Buckeyes, Chanteclers and Jersey Black Giants. The Asiatics appeal to many fanciers on account of their large size and profuse, soft feathering. The standard lists three varieties of Brahmas, four Cochins, Black and - White Langshans. The English division includes three kinds of Dorkings, four of Orpingtons, three Cornish, three Sussex, besides the Australorps developed from English Black Orpingtons In Australia. egg-layin- Rose-com- b he had crawled in under the circus tent. The manager nabbed him. Do you know what we do with boys like We make meat you?- he thundered. of them for the lions. Here, Carl, throw him Into the lions cage." The youngster looked up at him and said, Oh, mister, let me see the show for nothing and Ill have the fattest boys In the place crawling un- Oh, yes, I have, replied the heckmy father owns a drug store. ler, d Rose-com- b . - 1,000-year-ol- An Expert Tool the boy - talks Well, well very already. Yes, say Good-bGrandma, TomOlten Woche im Bild. my ! son-in-la- y, Fatal Fall Your fiance is not with you today? No, he tripped over a stone. Is it very bad? Yes, it was the stone I wanted him to buy me. Stuttgarter Hlus-triert- e. , . Sand for Young Ducks And Before That? How long have you been this office? in working Joe Ever since they threatened to fire me. Philadelphia Evening Bul- To hatch a brood of ducks with a hen has always been an interesting stunt with young poultry keepers. The ducklings themselves are most engaging in their ways, and the concern of the mother hen over their taking to the water is amusing. In many cases the pleasure of the owner is spoiled by what seems an unaccountable mortality among the ducklings. Fed the Marie letin. CHASES THEM MRS. J. H. WATERS. W. E. Prss. 8UTTON. Mfr. 400 Baths to $4.00 ff C Family Room 400 Rooms $2.00 C & $3 4 two persons (TOKO 3U Choice . $3 or 5 Persons Room Outside with Bath sacn OU THE HOTEL Bill It Is said that my music carries people away. Bess Yes; 1 noticed that you gradually emptied the room. The Scene Changes You know Bill Thompson? Well, his wife Sarah jumped off the bridge into the canal and "Poor Sarah! And a fellow passing by jumped In and saved her life. s Poor Bill." Magazine. Tid-Bit- NEWHOUSE . SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH PARKERS BALSAM HAIR Removes Dandraff-Stop- a Hair Falling Impart Color and Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair 60c and $1.00 at Druggists. Hiseox Chem. Wks.. Patchogqo.N Y. FLORESTON SHAMPOO Ideal for use in connection with Parker's Hair Balaam.Makes the hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at druggists. Hiseox Chemical Works, Patchogua, N.Y. same as young chickens they are apt to collapse within a day or two. The common cause of this is that the feed is too rich for them. They are voracious feeders, and when they fill up with a grain mash are apt to have acute indigestion. The usual method of preventing this is to put coarse sand in the mash the first few days. A good big handful to a quart of mash Is sufficient. Mix thoroughly and let the ducks eat all they want. Weight of Pullets At six months of age Rhode Island Red and. Wyandotte pullets should weigh five and a half pounds; Leghorns, three and a half pounds; Plymouth Rocks, six pounds. They should come into production during the sixth month. A too early maturity is likely to result in small birds and small eggs. While Leghorns usually mature earlier than the heavier breeds, there is evidence that the best of them do not and that the rate of maturity is the same as that for Rhode Island Reds. d Jill I trust, Jack, that our mar- riage will not be against your fa- Thanks thers will. An authors life must be a thankJack I hope not, too. It would be less task. mighty hard for jjs if he should Not at all. Every time I send a change It manuscript to a publisher he sends it All Over Now I never see you now with nice girl you introduced to me year. back with many thanks. that last No, we were married six months Charleroi Moustiqne. ago. No Back-se- at At It Again Mrs. Ferguson It .was a big comedown for me when I married you. Mr. Ferguson Yes, every one said I took you down from the top shelf. Fredericton Gleaner. Danger Driver John, be care- Cool My dear, hes not the only pebble John (patiently) But, my dear, on the beach. Ive never hit anything behind me But the rest of the beach la ful. yet Theres a car behind you. stony. Smiths Weekly.