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. SATURDAY,-. OCTOBER 53i,.i9o8. THE DESERET FARMER 13
'repeat this process two or three
times. In the dbily care, soak the ves
sel as soon as it has been used, rc
'inovc fat with soft paper and wash
both inside and out with hot soapy
water. Iron rust is caused by the ac
'tion of the oxygen of the air in the
presence of moisture. To prevent
this cover iron! that is not u.sccfl witli
vaseline or lard. To clean rust, rub
with fat, sprinkle with lime and let
stand over night; wash with soda
solution. Powdered emery and oil is
also good for cleaning rusted iron.
Wash with fine sandstone or pow
dered pumice stone, or cover with a
paste of (baking soda and whitening
and polish with piece of felt.
An iron sink lined with porcelain
is the best. It should have open
plumbing; that is, the pipes should be
exposed to view. There should be
an S shaped trap in the pipe. Hot,
i clean water should follow soiled wnt-
i cr to dean pipes. Follow greasy wat-
r 'cr with water containing an alkali.
1 Flush weekly with soda solution, fol
lowed toy clear water; allow water to
go through strainer to prevent lint
from clogging pipes.
IQarbngc pails should be washed fre
quently with soap and boiling water
and dried in the sunlight. Sprinkle
carbonic aoid solution into the gar
bage barrel in summer to prevent
The refrigerator should be kept in
a well lighted and well aired room.
I Never connect waste pipe with drain
. pipe. Wash, the shelves and racks
iwcckly with hot suds and rinse with
clean hot water. Clean the grooves
and. corners with a wooden skewer.
Clean the clrwin .pipe with a flexible
wire with a cloth attached, with hot
1..soap suds .and rinse wit.h clean hot
water; thoroughly dry U parts.
. Soak below the stitching in hot
wator and ammonia, rinse and hang
to dry before using
. Never wash the inside of tea and
coffee pots with soap suds. If granite
or-flgtatc war-c is used and becomes
.badly discolored, fill the pot nearly
full with cold water, add I tb. borax
and heat gradually until the water
".wjacbcs,thc- boiling-point; rinse with
yjjhot -w.at&r, 'wipe and keep on the hack
viM"8e imtili.ncrfcctJy. drv .
THE LAST STRAW.
When the Drummonds put in a tele
phone they were lavish in their offers
of hospitality to the neighbors. "It's
the unlimited kind," said little Mrs.
Drummond, proudly, "so it doesn't
make a bit of difference how often or
how long it's used."
As time went on Mr. Drummond
noticed that when he returned to v
pretty suburban home at night hi
wife's face often wore a' tired and
harassed expression. At last one
night she seemed so depressed at the
dinner table that Mr. Drummond felt
the time had come for him to speak.
"I'm sure it's that telephone that's
M the bottom of your trouble," he
said, grimly, in the midst of his awk
ward attempts at comfort. "Comic on,
you might as well tell me about it."
"I haven't minded the Lawtons dis
cussing all their diseases with the doc
tor over it, because they have low
voices," said Mrs. Drummond, sadly,
"and I've tried not to listen when
Mrs. Gray ordered her groceries and
provisions and haggled over the
"It wasn't pleasant to have Miss
Howard scold her dressmaker, and
then have the dressmaker call up our
number next day and screech that
until her last bill was paid Miss How
ard would have no new gown.
"None of those things were pleas
ant, but I didn't say anything," falt
ered Mrs. Drummond. "But day be
fore yesterday Mrs. Lombard came
ill while I was out. Lena told roc
when I got home that Mrs. Lombard
was here telephoning a long time.
And today some lady in town called
up our number and said, 'Kindly tell
Mrs. Lombard that Miss Keith re
grets that after all she will be unable
to go to Mrs. Lombard's tea on Sat
urday "Horace, she's ordered all the things
and invited all the people over our
.wire, and never asked me at all!"
BLASTS FROM THE TRUMPET.
It is enough to make devils sn ile
to see the way some christians da. ice,
If you are ashamed of your talent
it is time you were polishing it up a
Remember my brother, my sister,
.that it is not so much what is popular
jn church life ao what is profitable
that vow ought to indulge in.
' Large Family Size, m 4 Quart I v a1 k
No. 10 -Price $2.50. W Japanned. If 5s(ll N 7M BH
T4 , . ., 4 . Half the work at Cracked corn, ground H
it is really better to butchering time is spent boue, oyster and other H
own an Enterprise Jn lartJ and sausage shells, etc., ore important H
Meat Chopper and cut making. You can in- Items of cRg-maklng ma- H
your sausage meat cas- crease your products terlal and must be fur- H
Ily, quickly and well, and lessen the time and i9hc?,!"7nlnlcrtorBMT H
than to trust to a bor- labor of Sausaee Stuff- nn, nVundanc of hl' 1
rnu,,l ml.i . "" ui oauBMo qiuii prlcedcggu. Theycartbc H
rowed machine to ing and Lard Pressing furnished at lowest cost ,
m grind it. llic if you use an by the use of an M H
Meat SausageSfuffer Bone, Shell I
and and and
Food Chopper Lard Press Copn M:U m
. , . .. Stuffs sausage quickly Villi! Mill
Is iiinilo In Stamford family and unlformlv? Patented . ...
sizes, and notonly nave Imff Corrugated Snout &re. Ordor ono early in tho H
tho work at butchering ve,ft?eMterlnt?tlLs? 80,w?n' n,,(J UJ? 'JS!,a w.m H
Umo, but is use-mi In tho venw air entering tineas- surely pay for It Tho in II
kltclion every uay In lug, thus nsMurlngtheprc- hhoivn in cutcostsonly 18.60.
yoar. ,,J;lltcnrlo, Ment scrvntlon pf the sausage. Will wind corn. i(ry bona. H
Choppers cut tho meat with Cylinder Is bored nbso- oyster and othor shells, etc.,
a rovolvlnjr steel knlfo iutcly true. Meat cauuot makliur valuablo poultry H
apalnst a pcrforntcd steel rise above the plate. Cj food. May bo used for
cutting Plato without crush CnnbochntiKcdlntoaTjml uiaklng bono meal fertilizer.
huf, nud mako touKh meat rn-ss In a Jlrty. Mschlno li A cood all-round mill for
tomlor. Kaslly cleaned. ""!?. mado ftnd ,Ml I farmorH and poultrymcn.
wniCVa?t'l?orvnnCrfn,,,e,nna oflwMamoui "r.ntorprlsa" I Wift JVJ-nii.i"'!'.'
will last for J ears. household sioclnltlcaoro Cof. J.'l,l,,y Liunexcollcd. VolKht.
Mado In 5sIecs and styles; fco J1IIH: Itnliln Seeders; Hb.i. Capacity. 1A bushels
for Hand. Meam nnd Klcotrle Fnilt.Wlnoand Jelly IVcsse; ofcorn por hour. Look for
power. So. 6, Minnll Family Olicrry Stoncrst Cold Handlo tho namo "Mrrprtte" on
Ize, 81.76: No. 10, Ijirco Fain. had Irons, etc., etc. ,, . thomachlnoyoubuy. Sold
Ily Rlw, S.'W). Hold direct If hook for tho niuno Enter. by Hardwaro and donora! HI
not to bo had from your dealer. prlso"onUomaclilnoyoubuy. stores, etc,
FREEThe Enttrpriiino Joutrlervtr"t book containing
ottr 200 choice rrctpti and kitthenhtlpt, Sent on requut.
l THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO. OF PA., 212 Dauin Streat, fhHdo1sMa, P. ,
Ik FARM TELEPHONE 1
Will save enough horseflesh W
and time every month to pay m
its cost for a year, and in M
emergencies, when time it M
the big thing, it may save m
your honvo and vottr life. M
Thotuandt of fanni in this M
country are now equipped m
i with telephones and you m
could not persuade one of
these farmers who has prov- M
i ed its value to allow his tela-
phone to be rwnovexl m
It helps to make farm life 9
pleasant and saves money. W
You owe it to yourself to
have a telephone on YOUR m
farm. Call on the nearest W
I manager of the Rocky Moun- '
tain Bell Telephone Com-
, pany and he will tell you
, ! now you oan get it at small ,
cost, or address the General !
t Contract Agent, Rocky ,
Mountain Bell Telephone
Company, Salt Lake City. I ,
' Rocky Mountain Bill ;
Tilephoni Go. 1
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WINTER EXCURSION I
RATES TO I
I Southtrn California : I
NOW ON SALE I
' TWO DAILY PALATIAL I
DINING CAR SERVICE .
, A LA CARTE. STAND- ,
ARD AND TOURIST i
SLEEPERS. FOR FUR- .
1 ASK ANY SALT LAKE
ROUTE AGENT OR
WRITE TO II
, J. H. Manderfieid, J I
A. 0. P. A. I I
SALT LAKE aTY, UTAH t I