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If I llfftTniV oRK CITIZEN SATURDAY; DECEMBER go, jr
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J81 ' f ' u " our corncr Make use of it for your Information on question
Ml J , " puzzling you. It will be my pleasure and privilege to answer care-
'fflfj kh ,(. Y fln Prott,Py a questions submitted to me. Yout questions must be
Iff? 1 1 ', ' limited to two, and your full name and address must accompany each Utter.
mjl "' special information send stamped envelope. AH communications will
jWfa ! always bo held in absolute confidence.
mH , All letters should be addressed very plainly in pen and ink to
jjy l Helen Brooks, Box 1515. Salt Lake City. yy - .
'HfjK Will you pltast aniwrr two qu-sltons (or
HijP (ato. (1) Will tou tell m all you can about
fj9if m "Roma," what It meant, origin, ate.
jjSij () What Ho lha word! "81c fracltis forlls"
ifibi. SaaanT Thanking you In advance. I rrmaln,
JtWJI FRNEI.OPK, Utah.
PJII I hare bwn unable nllh the material at
v and to And aren th meaning of (h name
i Jfirt Retna," It I find It later, h'mever, I will
J ffljj Ml rod about Jt. "Sic fractut ortU" U a
j jSil , it tin phrase mtaning, "Thua ptrlih the
f , 2jJ strong," or "Thua the strength of the areateat
4 Sllii ft broken."
IMU iBwar MUs Droolci,
' E m ' '"v "" v,ry '"''rctlrd 'n "Just Detwreh
1 11 Ton and Me," and have learned manr things.
ffl K Mt rlendt and 1 have some putsting questions
I y f i will be very thankful If you would answer.
j III J W are tending them all together ao pleats
llj W . bcum the number. (1) What will remove Ink
ill: f ' stains from tan allk pongee T (2) U It proper
Ijj tjR tot a girl to apeak a greeting drat on pairing
j jjjfj boy friend on tha ttreet or elaawhereT I am
f),) amding my name o you may aend It to Dob
Jl L I ea4 tllll. Wishing you lota of tuceni. I am
fi ) j GOLDEN LOCKS, Utah.
In f 1) Is It proper for a girl to aay, thank
flbU Se, at tha elose of a dance! (2) Can
jft&fl pea advlat a Rood method for waving or curl
Wnm In hair that will not harm tha hair and that
fftlJfj Will aava a much ilmo aa possible. Pleat
Ifln sand my name to Hob and Dill.
RfflN T1NEY. UUh.
MBji (I) Ja It, (or If not why lin't It) proper
fiSMlI . p k up " ,ou l)rop " ' the tablet
H HJ ' (t) I am 18 ycara old, I hava blue eye, tight
I ffM Sang hair, I am alender and tall. Can you
1 it (Vteaae tell ma a fashion that I may drtaa my
i SJ kalr to It will become me and alto be In style.
I saWi ' I have a round face. WUhlng you lota of
, Eli Mcceit. I am BLUE EYES, UUh.
SJj I hope we haven't Ukon too much of your
Si H fane and trace. Do you answer personal letters
Svl that you don't put In the paper T
IM THREE FRIENDS.
; flfl Wetcoma girls. (1) I think you will And
MwS afcat tha following will remove tha ink with-
MM at Injuring the goods wet with clenr water
Jjriy Ktan rover tha spot with powdered salts of
? j aWon, and let It "remain a few minutes. Wash
iiffll In clear water. (2) Yea, tha girl should apeak
JjUjj (1) No, the young man ahould thank you.
'Jj.ytS ' nu' n(n " n'm Jrou a'' '"I0" ""
'Maui 4aiaa. (I) Tha fabric covered curlers are' tha
jjjjSi toot and least harmful. Of coarse it takes
lj 4M same amount of time.
jBjBjil (1) If yon ara In a resUurant or cafe, the
Mn oraHara will pick up the fork and hand you a
IjBl gtaaa one. If yoq are In a prlvaU homa.
.ffll ajtjtra than ara no aervants, It Is perfectly
XmB ftopar for you or the gentleman next yon to
lM flck Mia fork np, and yon hostess will hand
Vull V c'nn en w 'our hair softly and
f.ma straight back from the fare, letting It
Q 3 as well In front of the rare but do not puff
jk fi II oat. Fasten it low In the back and divide
Up l Into two parti, cross these and form each Into
in K twist across the head from ear to ear. Curl
til t Ski onda and let them come from under the
iff jj aa end to tha left side.
jU g Yea Indeed glrlt I answer many mora letters
jM tj personally, than appear here each week.
ftfj J i ,
iatoar Miss II rooks,
I am a girl of fourteen. I weight about 102
jW, and am I feet tall. I hava light brawn
kalr and, blue eyea. Will you please suggest I
frow shall 1 do my hair and what colors should
g mart Thanking you In advance. I remain
Tail should wear bright blues, rose shades.
Nfht browns, black and violet shades nicely,
Jrradeaee, and I can suggest no prettier style
than to arrange the hair aoftly around the
faoo. braid a few Inches from the head and
futon with a clasp leaving the curled end free.
If four face la mora long than round puff It
cast across top and back of head and fasten
jiEI aVktly etosa to tha head. Instead of braiding.
Mat Mtd still leave tha curkd anda free.
pn ear Wee Brooke,
M(H ' I have enjoyed your corner for some time
WSfi .gad would like you to answer tome questions
Kf far eae. (1) la It proper for a boy to hold a
mi ftrl'a arm while walking on the ttreeUt (2)
IVJ s H proper for a boy and girl to go to church
Ifm sWethort (5) Upon being Introduced to a
KJI fcey'e mother what should you do and sayT la
i l proper U ehake hands with older persons
Kjli erhora you ara Introduced to? Hoping I am
Kll ojc4 too much bother. I remain.
lit AN ARDENT ADMIRER. Idaho.
?S () H la never proper for a man to Uke
Ml a lady's arm. The lady takes the man's arm,
III when on the ttreet at night (2) Yee, quite
K3 proper. (I) A perfectly proper and formal
ffl gray for a lady to receive an Introduction la
i JB) bow slightly, smile pleaantly and repeat the
Mjt name of the person Introduced. If you wlih to
jg to less formal It Is perfectly proper to offer
US your hand, though the elder lady usually offers
lUj er't first.
M Dear Mitt Brooks,
fit I am very Interested In your cory corner
If "Jnt Tletween You and Me." I hope you will
III answer my questions. They are! (1) I was
UK torn Aug. tlth. What la my lucky number,
H day and month? (2) Could you please send me
Da h address of Druee Gordon and Ruth Roland ?
H (S) Does It affect your eyes In after years It
nl foa pluck your eye-brows T
fl ' A GIRL FROM DIXIE. BU George UUh.
Ill (1) Your lucky day Is supposed to be Sun'.
MM day. Your months January and October, your
fower the morning glory and your colors, red
H ' and green. (2) Druee Gordon's address Is, 109
31. " Park T'sce. Venice. Calif. Ruth Roland, Hal
II' , Roach Studios, Cuhrr City, Calif. (8) I do
Mi,' .. rot know I am sure. I have never heard so.
H-' ' Pfr Mlia DrooVs.
0 This U the first time I have written. nJ
K fcope I am welcome. I read your comer every
jj week and sain a great dal of knowledge from
Bi, , It, and love to read your clever answers. I
li. (me a few mictions which 1 would like
p fcn to answer for me. (1) The History of the
E Oak anJiAeorn leaf I That Is my symbol In
, the Bee rflve. (I) My hair Is dark brown and
1, air eyes are also dark, could you tell me
" what color dress wouhj Improve my looks?
(8) What Is the latest In hair dressing T
B, t '(4) How can bobbetl hair be fixed to look
' dressy I (B) What would be 'a good and
, t aultab'e Chrlitmas Gift for a young manT
B. Thanking you In advance,
W ' TOOTS, Dedford. Wyo.
j 1 Thanks Toots, I am Indeed glad to know
i ( foq are benefited by our corner. (l)The oak
i tree Jiat for ages been the symbol of sturdlness
i j and strength. It ll the acorn which dls.
OZgjjeav linguistics tha oak from the other trees. Th-
Hk acorn Is the oak seed. The trees grow slowly
H and do pot yield acorns ui.til they are twenty
H yrsrs "l Among American species of oaks
fH th n'h'e.t I? the rtW.it oak, the leaves of
BjaJJ . t i, . ,r r,,,i rr flnrrr.ihapl lobes. The
al t, ,; !,vr, Br, verT onK anj
Wa2wa2wa2walwaTaartataTs!'iT'' - ' "
hare deep lobes j the black oak leaves have
broad, brlitle-ihsped lobes) the red oak
leaf lobes are Irregularly-toothed, bristly,
pointed and triangular Jn ahape and they
point forward more than "outward. Oiks live
to be very old, two or three centuries beln
the usual life of an oak. (2) The shade Un,
biscuit and fawn, light grcent, pink and rose
shades, greenish bluee and yellows should be
becoming to you. (I) The aide part, with hair
severely marcelled or In toft flufflness, brought
well out In front of the ears and done low In
the back are the most prominent features of
the popular style, not differing greatly from
the styles of the ysar past (4) Hare the
hair you had cut off, made Into the National
bob curl and place this about your bobed hair.
Is about all you can do with bobbed hair.
(6) Dooks, founUIn pens, pencils, knives, cuff
links, leather bill books, all make sutuble glfu
for men. (I) Your sixth question I will an
swer later, na tpace will not allow any mora
answers. Dease read rules before wrlUng
again. Your name has been forwarded to
Dlllle and Bob.
Dear Mba DrooVs,
I am a eonsUnt reader of "Just Between
You and Me," and have a few questions I
would Ilka to ask. I hope I am welcome In
vour cosy corner. My questions are! (1) I
was born Dee. 28, IMS. What fc my lucky
day, month and number T (2) Could you
please tell me the address of Duck Jones and
Hoot Gibson T Thanking yon In advance, I am.
A GIRL FROM DIXIE
(I) See answer to Inquisitive Girl, St
George for your birthday reading. (2) Duck
Jones' address Is, Fox Studjoi. WeiUrn Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif, and Hoot Gibson, Universal
Studios, Universal City, Calif.
Dear Problem Solver t
I have written to yon before and yon
answered my questions eo well I'll write
again. That la It I may. (I) What can I do
to maka myself quit dreaming so much? I
hare such frightening; dreams I would like
to know hw to atop It (t) Is It right to go
to dances and partlce also to mutuals with
my sister and the boy she goes with, without
asking hit consent? I am still,
Thank's Floss. I gladly welcome yon again.
(1) Your dreams may Indicate that you'are not
In good health. There are various theories
to explain dreams, but there teems to be not
sven a theory as to how to prevent them
from coming. I advise that yon do not eat
heartily Just before retiring, but other than that
tnd looking to general health, I could not
sdvlse you. (t) Tbla ahould be a probens
which you and your sister alone could solve.
U she la willing It should be quite proptr,
but she ahould ask the young man If thla
arrangement It agreeable to him.
Dear Mlta Brooks,
I would like to ask you a few questions, and
I would be pleased If you would answer them.
(1) I waa born Dee. 18th. What la my lucky
number, day, and month? (2) Could you
please give me the address of GlorU Swanton,
Mary Ptckford, Rudolph Valentino and Rich,
ard Barthelmeas? (8) I am fourteen years
of age. Is It proper for me to write to boy
friends In the town where I was raised? I
thank you for this advice In advance. I am,
AN INQUISITIVE GIRL. .St George. Ut'
(I) For one who waa born In December, the
golden rod Is the flower, colon gold, red and '
green, Thursday la the day and February and '
June the months, (t) GlorU Swanson and '
Rudolph Valentino may be addressed at tha
Lasky Studios, Vine St Hollywood. Calif.
Richard Barthelmeas In care of Inspiration
Plcturaa. ES Fifth Ave, New York City, and
Mary Plckford at the rickford-Falrbankt
Studios, Hollywood, Calif. (8) If the boys are
old friends of the family It would be quite
proper for you to write these.
Dear Mist Brooktt
This It my first attempt to enter the Comer,
and I hope I will be welcomed. My questions
are these t (1) I waa born on December 2t,
1909. What la my lucky day, color, flower
and months? (2) Which do you think the best
for a girl to enter teaching or stenography?
I have aome Inclination for teaching, but
stenography seems so much easier, (S) I have
a rather bad disposition. How ean I Improve
It? Little things IrrlUte me to. I have a
rather quick temper and am very etubborn.
I try to be pleasant sometimes but It doesn't
seem to help any. Wishing success to you and
your Corner. Yours sincerely,
You are aelcome, (1) For those born In De
cember Thursday b said to bo their lucky dart
February and June, tha months flower, gold
enrodi colors, gold, red and green. (2) This
drpenda so much upon the position you are the
better fitted for. If you are diagnosing your
case of disposition correctly. It would seem
that It would eliminate the thought of teach
ing, for it there Is one toiltkm which requires
more patience and sweetness to (III success
fully, than another. It surely Is that of teach
ing. 8ervlng the public In any capacity re
quires amiability, patience, and a desire to
please, to be at all successful. The world In
general has little use or regard for the Irri
table, surly. Impatient, unwilling to please
person: and they ulwaya have difficulty In
obtaining a position and still more difficulty,
In retaining It. Now while you are youml
and habta and dtxHJrm may be jaoutdfd
Into the beautiful and lovable, la the time to I
build a character which will be a bleislng tq I
ourselfand very one you come Incontact with.
Time, place, or environment will not overcome
rslU of character such as you describe, with-
ut the Ucilre and effort on your part so
vhen I nest hear from you I-sm sure you will I
have made the necessary effort and are win.
ling. (See answer to Dora.) I wish you a '
bright and happy New Year, I
Dear Miss Brooks 1
I have been readlrg your corner for soma
time and have a few questions I wish you
would answer for me. I am n boy of fifteen
ytars of ai;e, and have carried a sU-shooter
iter since I was big enough to hold It up: and
as the world Is getting more civilised I would
Ike to know whether to go on carrying my
gun or lay It aside, uke off my flannel shirt
i.l chaps, and no with the rest of the world.
No, I beg of you don't do It I We don't
want to lose the really, truly, eqwboy (I do not
like the word "gunman.") We may need you
to Uke care of these ugly gunmen who are
handling their guns and pistols so recklessly
)f late. The blghrarted, whole-souled cowboy
li a Joy anj at refreshing as a shower In
August. You are moving with the times, I am
ure, in regard to education and mental en-
Iglitcnmcnt. and that Is what counts. Aren't
nv. boys still needed In the cow country In
which we live? It's a wonderful way to live,
sn't It? Write again and tell me all about It,
tnd If you don't really feel as I do about tha
sssaW-r - -
' PL. m LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. WlUiatua entertained
for about 20 guesU Christmas day.
, Mrs. Alfred Dezzant entertained at
a family dinner on Christmas Day.
8. A. Kirk spent two days in Salt
Latko the early part of the week.
Walter J. Matthews, who la' work
ins; at Mldvalo, spent the holidays
with his family hero.
Vic Larson reports having a very
enjoyablo visit with his parents in
Miss Flosslo Wright ot Salt Lako
spent Xmas holidays with her moth
er, Mrs. Bessto Wright.
Dr. and Mrs. Uuchol wero dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. It Framp
ton and family ChrlBtmas Day.
Draco, tho llttlo daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. Odls Yancey is HI with
Mr. and Mrs. F. Walker of Salt
Lake, aro visiting Mrs. Walker's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Walker.
L. Marvin Smith ot Salt Lako,
spent Xmas with Miss Josephlno
Zola Walker, who has beon teach
ing school at Prlco, is homo tor tho
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lystrup of Pro
vo, spent tho week end with their
daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Gray.
Ed Hillman is spending tho holi
days with his pareths, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nlelson Bpcnt
Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Niels Nel
son at American Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drown of
Salt tako, spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. Nlelson.
Mrs. Alvn Nlelson entertained for
hor daughter Grace, who had tlvc
cousins all 12 years old as guests.
Refreshments woro sorved.
Tho First ward at Llndon gao w
excellent program with a rent Santa
Clauii Sunday nlghl Tho house was
Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Hilton wero
dinner guests on Xmas of Mrs.
Ethel West and her father Joseph
Thoro aro sovoral cases ot chicken
pox among tho children hore. Par
ents, bowaro of spreading tho dlscaso
even It you think It Is a mild form.
j Fred Ilalliday, Harold Smith and Le
Roy Thorne leavo the first part of
jnoxt weok for Logan where they will
attend tho U, A. C.
Itoto Oczzant and Mildred Meech
,ani, who aro toaehlng school In Mil
lard County, spent tho holidays with
tholr parents In Ploasant Grove.
Miss Elslo Barton Is confined to
her bed with a wrenched back, having
fallen on an Icy porch and hurt her
self. Miss Thclma Shootl, who has beon
attending College at Logan, Is spend
ing tho holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sbooll hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hlllman of
Silver, aro visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Hlllman's parent during tho holi
days. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Elton and Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Klrkendahl ot .Div
idend, spent Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. Alvln Nlolson and Mr. and Mrs.
I It was whispered around that two
I successful parties wore held Tues
jday. No ono will toll much about
either ot tho parties but thoy had tho
I effect of keeping a number of follows ,
In bed alt day Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mills entertain
ed nt a Christmas dinner for Mrs.,
Mills and Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Chnnd
lor of Bingham, and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. L. Smith and children ot this
Bo sur0 your vote gets to tho an
nual meeting of tho Stockholders ot
tho Mutual Coal Co., Jan. 9, 1923, If
you can not go yoursolf, sondyour
proxy, Sco your local agent. r, ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Thornocn
tortalned at Christmas dinner for .Mr
and Mrs. E, L. Madsen and children
of Salt Lako. and Mrs. Marlon Green
and children of Amorlcon Fork, and
Grandma Ellsworth of Fayson.
New York is a crowded town. Her subways and country. We hare th beet school system in all
elev-d railroads in the iam hour, of the day -are lit- word, yH : we . amo J J Jj
erally packed sardine-tight with human freight. But world i literacy. -,.., m m ,
with afi, this congestion of millions of people upon a There arc fra niUioM of ittfantse fa. sj,, vg
little Island, if is the easiest town in the world to lo- States oyer toa T- Mr. . Tki w-, ltelffi
cate your whereabouts without the aid of a compass tests, disclosta1 tha ttorMA fact that 20rf72 I
or a guide. It i eleven blocks wide and her cross population i cuMttJN tho bftiok. taaga T mS t
street! are numbered. New York Is just a great undorstood the wrtttoo wort r.lo o5oflgiS2iJ
checker board. If you can talk the American tongue, 68 of tho iUlterstoo la ew eMot aro torokaka-l
any policeman will help you find yourself if you are The foreign ftfeof'ttMN too 'foro!Mr torsE.
lost. , , The focofn haginsjo prose ta tot. country U Ji
The other day a pathetic story went the rounds fended itaoUoa thogroond that only fcy tet&fTtaT I
of the press of a Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Galio, of Fair- eign kuitrooM.cotjU wo teach tho foreaor AmiC
fax, S. D., who had lived 18vears in mid-Amenca and ideoa and ideal. It ha doftadod hoeU oa UkbtwbS
were returning to the mid-Europe whence they came, that it waa tho anHiaaaot that odacatod the fnrdiaiZ
On their way to the dock to board the boat which into, th Ajrsoricaa. Bat tho records prove eoSsZ'
was to start them back to Czecho-Slovakia they be- sively that ta ha aot taaght AaHtkaa ideas or Anasa.
came separated when a door of a subway train closed can Ideal and ft baa aot mode these ideals safeta
between them. the hands of neo aad wotaca who think only
Eighteen years in South Dakota and this un-Ameri- foreign tongue; who Ihr 18 yoara la the heart of oat
eanized woman was without enough language to find country tor o end hat to ancle Mo wealth that tht
her way back to the dock. Under the strain of fear fnay go back to a foreign hoasd to pad that wah
and helplessness, she died in the Bcllevue Hospital. The foreign lugaan poaor ia tho moot ttn-Anericaa
For 18 years these strangers had lived in our institution tolerated by th snoot goaerotu and till
land with no love or thought of America except as a most tolerant of ileal, "
good thing to be used by them that they could return If their proiwMioa bo trto. th best patriotic Servian
to their foreign home with the gain they got here. that any foreign language aewioaper can reaZsVIZ
We think Sf America as llie irreat. we 1 educated the United Sratta I. W-VVi'SE-"" "
fnasraa-jj.qTriirTanmTiM-cBr 1 1 1 1 1' n.n.:.vaia3mmmmmammmamammm
T UNCLE JOHN Mgas,
Though she's fickle and contrary, there's a charm la
Tanooary, to the feller that's accustomed to her curves. ,. .
With her north wind skallyhootin' and her temperature
pirootin' in among a feller's sensitory nerves! And, when she
fights a duel with. the little jag-o-fuel, that's
iiMinnv waitin out-o'-doors to keep ye warm, O, it
JAIN U ART takes a cheerful giver, and an optimistic lirer,
to demonstrate old Janooaryte charm
y a But when the neighhors gather in defiance
Df the weather to taste the joys of settin by the fire, there's
an institute of learnin' where the home-fires is a-burnin'
rhere patriotism is parent of desire ! Then we find in Tanoo
ary, not a bandit gaunt an' bleary, but a bosom friend beneath
the wintry vest ., ,. . Where we find congenial labor, swap-
in' ideas with our neighbor, and adoptin the conclusion which
i best. ... .. ,M
p While her breath is mighty searchin' where the naked trees
Is Iurchin' and there aint no hint of mercy in her grip, yet the
tnaple-sap flows sweeter, and the spring shall dawn completer,
at the final crack of Janooary's whip. . k. Then, rally all ye
merry, to the call of Tanooary,
Awake, an' taste the real joys J
of life, No season more en- d fnra- " .
Brace up, an' get acquainted - !.
jrith yer wife I w 5
West Jacobs was a Salt Lake vis
Mrs. Owen Chrlstlanson opont Sat
urday with Mrs. Frank Shatter In
American Fork. i
Mrs. Lewis Anderson and Mrs. W.
J. Shipley of Amorlcan Fork spent
Wednesday with Mrs. WIntleld Clark.
Mrs. J, K. Ilalliday and Mrs.
Blanch Jackson of Salt Uiko, spent
Wednesday In American Fork tho
guests ot W. S. Itoblnson.
Mrs. Nelllo Ilalliday spent the
weok In Salt Lake, with her husband
who b employed at the Stnte Peni
tentiary. Thoro will be a married folks par
ty nt Lludon Bccond ward Now Yoar's
night. All uro Invited. It will be
held In the meeting house basement.
Ttoed W. Warnlck leaves Friday for
tho Ogdcn Livestock show, whero ho
will exhibit hogs from tho Ashtarto
Farm. Mr. Warnlck has charge of
the hog department ot tho show this
Messrs. Vcrn, Clyde and Glenn Glll
mnn, John Green, Itoy Median, Leo
Aston, all camo down from Dlnghum,
whore they aro employed, to epond
the holidays hore,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Doveraux enter
tained Monday night for Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Maz0 of Salt I.ako, and Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Christiansen of this
Mrs. l.uclua Lnudlo, Mrs. Ed Wnd
Icy and Mrs West Jacobs spent Wed
nesday In Lohl the guests of Mrs.
Wallace West and Mrs. Glen Adam
son. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Strulm ot Salt
Lako, and Mrs. Altn Schnw of Lehl,
wero tho guests of Mr. and Mra. W.
B. Clark Tuesday and Wednesday of
Tl.o Domestic Sclenco class of tho
Pleasant Grovo High School will
sorvo ono hot dish nt noon each day
for tho benefit of tho students who
live at n distance and bring tholr
lunches. Tho cost will bo Bo por
Mr. and Mrs'. Wm. Evans of Salem
are spending tho week end horo with
Mr. and Mrs." Clifford Tomllns'on.
Tho Evaiu' visited In Salt Uko tho
foropart'ot tho weok with tholr eon
The Real Thing.
Colleges mil) tiun out professors of
phllnttinhy hut U's 1)10 school of llfo
Unit runiH 111 plul Knplicrs.
Jud Tunklns sn)s n man can le
happy If he has all Uie money he
wonts, only there Isn't any ancb thing.
Washlnaion Star. N
Repairing Water Pipes r
A satlftfiiclor) It'iiipornr) repair "f
a Irnklng wntt'i pipe may bo inside h
binding nround scleral layers of
string well soaked In thick oil.
Right Key Will Bo round.
Keep on tr)Ing I,c)r; after a while
you will flnil one that will open the
door Into houndles opportunity.
The Lucky Part of It
Htwlllm. "Youth T.tkps Drink
Foil Inlo Commit." He's lucky thai
hlti life didn't come 10 n full stop.
Almost Beyond Human Uevlsli i
1 am trying to do I wo ihlni!" .lure
to he n radh'nl, ami not ho n rol,
whli'h, If 1 limy Jutlgo hy (!.. ox 1II1I
tlons around mo is a mnltor of 110
small dutifully.- .Intne.t , ilnrll.lil
Qrace Before All Things.
The goodness that Is elu-.ip In lu-.tuty
makes Itoauty brief In gnodnens : 'jut
grace, being the soul of your complex
ion, should keep the body of It fulr,
Potato Chiefly Water.
The chlof elements of iliirpntntii are
wntcr, htarch, albumen, minor, fut and
gum, three-quartos uf the hulk being
MARY stopped milking tKt ,
cow to tell the hired
man she had found a real
friend in her "girl chum wltf ",
has all-the rood things in life, '
"I used to think she was awful v
mean," said' Mary, "but she's ,:
the kindest creature in th
world.. When she bought four
diamond rings and had three
others given to her it seemed
to me she might l..tve given one '
to me. We went to the red
school together. But she
learned not to give, and I
learned to be envious. Then I
went to school again among the ,'
daisies and along the hedgerows
and they taught me truth.. My -1
friend had let me see fftose
rings and enjoy their beauty
and that's all she got out of
them herself. She kept from mo
the worry of guarding. them '
Fire Burns for Years. 1,
Fire which stnrted In the Ked Ah'
mine, ncur Wllkesbarrc, Pa., In 1014"
la still burning.
To Induce Sleep.
ir you aro habitually a long tlmiB
going to sleep, try drinking slowly 1
gluxs of wiinn milk und eating a ft .
rrucLcra before retiring for the nlht
The (ii use may be the lapse of lis
between hvdltmc nnd your last atl
A glass of wnter and a tin of crackirt
khniild always be kept at the bedside.
Timber Uninjured by Fire.
InwMlmiilons tnmlu by H'e U"l,''s
Suites foiexi ptmliielK liiborntory In1"-;
cute Unit limber cut from Inxect of.
tiro-killed trees Is Just an good frV
btructurul purpose us Unit cut m
live trees of similar quality, prorwai,
the wood has not been subsequent! .
Jured by decay or further Insert -tack.
Helpful Advlc. ,,
"When a man go broke "
mighty soon who he friends, "J
Cliarcoal Epb, moodily, "VuM,h!;
he friends come aroun' an' fj'
what a damfool he been I" Blew",
Radium In Constant Dsnuw
New ii8res for tho eleraeBt !
are being discovered almost j'iu,!!
coinpany waa formed recently '
manufacture of luminous """yij
bcrs, bedroom slipper buttons. J!,J
scat numbers, etc. LumlnoBata
and glowing eyea for toy dolu "
'ready being ranted out. -'
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8 Wo hnvc tho best equipped garage in Utah
a County nnd can tnko envo of all your troubles.
REPAIRING ! I
Ignition, Welding, Soldoring, and general r M
a i sal
i BATTERIES - jl
Wo lmndlo tho best and give you a gunrnnteo.
M TIRES -II
i0 If you hnvo trouble on the road with your tires im
I wo liavo tho best. 'II
Your's- for soi-vico wo guarantee' nil work IM
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