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DOING AND SAYINOS.
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1 NEBRASKA NEWS XOTKS
The fall term ca dbstr.tt court is oa
t JPlalUrrouth .
The republicans of Lexington paraded
In celebration of ilcKl .Ky victory.
Mre. David Loomi. wiis of County
Superintendent LuJ.ls of DaUi City,
William P. Layes has brought at 520.
tuO suit against Vv ill .-uu Otto of y ui k
John Knott of David Ciiy run a ru;ty
Sail into h.s feet, and is dead as a
result of lockjaw.
at David city has tae smallest docket
in several yeais t! Iry-iiiCe civil anl
eight criminal cases.
The village cf l.ayjid. fifty rrlCi
northwest of Sidney, j.aa u.-cn inco.p.r.
fed. Ttie plave now iwu .s p-a-
. An open switch in the Buriinttcn
yards at Superior cau:t-J an en.ni aai
box car to be d-.iio;it4..eu, bat uo o..e
ChriEtlan Fesernai. r of Tecuniseh
tried tu crive a uai. iuto a p'Uii.; a;. J
ts "shy" the ti0ht of un eye. T-e in.il
Bj.ems livery bares tlueater.ed to devel
p into a conlljijiatiuri at Wymore, Out
(iia finally exutiiji.ishcd wiUi toe
Xobh of the barn.
A stranger tried to pass a worthless
heck on t..e meicl.uiiU of North i'U'.ti,
but waa unsuccessful. An arrt.u ii
decided upon, but he had escaped.
ur taiv feevutiu tj.u.ic iu ui hm ..
Weeks some one fired a thut from a:u
fcush at WiKlarn iiadJan of Crab Or
chard and the bullet pierced bis hat.
In a wreck at St. ILduard the engine
and tender and the baggage coath left
the track and ran for fifty yards on the
ties, ttaiing them up as it cau
- Chief of Foice iU a ..Martin has re
signed hi position as Bead of the Hast
ings pol.ee, and C.ca:Js Vn2t-r has
keen appoltnej to fill the vacancy.
J. C. Beck of Tsb.e in-ck is replacing
tiia burned livatjr stable With a
trick structure SuxiH feet, two siorl.-s
And basement, and modern in tqa.p
tnent. ' .
Mrs. E. insson of I-laUsrnoulh, a niece
mt the late Abraham Wolff of Mor
Tistown. N. 3., has come lnta the neat
um of liO.000 according to the wording
f WoiiTi will
' John Powers of South Hloux City was
Kicked ta tee abdomen by an assailant
atnd is now at the point of death. His
ataaailant Is known to the police, but
has not yet been capture.
A horse driven by A. J. Mar.iey of
Ttcumaeh became frightened at a
hreahina; machine and ran away, throw
tea; Mauley out of the buggy and se
verely injuring him.
' A. I Burdorne, a Northwestern
krtdge carpenter of York, was h t on
tie back and shoulders by a heavy
kridga timber and narrow escaped ln
tatat death. He will, however, ba on
Jba sick list for some time.
As raaaalt of an election bet Joseph
mt tn ma Kii S .55.
mt a livery stable at Wymore for two
hours astd at intervals of five minutes
yelled "Hurrah for McKlnieyr
Bajnry P. Nielsen nas rectgned the
yrincipalahlp of the Weeping Water
Uch school and will teach German and
Latin ia the Haatings schools.
Whllsj working on the new B. te M.
teidgs arrer the Platte river near Oak
Mad. John Anderson, John Graham and
ajarae other men were precipitated into
fee river by the falling of a girder, and
Anderson and Graham were badly in
jured. A Are tn a barn near the Central
Cranarles company's elevator and the
While switching cara in the yards of
- Desspater Milling company at Be
atrice, J- Jr Heraman was squeezed and
saslied about sis feet between the ware
house platform and a box car and broke
"What's the matter, dear?' asked
tae sea captain's wife tenderly. "Here
rou are safa in harbor and home, but
yet unhappy. Have you not discharged
she cargo safely?" "Discharging the
esvrge to easy enough, mother, but I'm
Xtaseed If I can discharge the cook."
Mhle presented by the Harvara
JUtpobllcan club to Governor Roosevelt,
sjar use by him in taking the oath of
slice aa vice president, bears on the fly
asaf the) tonwrlptlcm: "From Harvard
aaen ta) a Harvard man of whom all
Earrard atiea are proud."
aV bSsBjot In honor of Prof. Hadley
art TAae ts to be given by the school
' f sa!l of Connecticut next monthi
t .ri Badley Ions; ago made himself
'' ' - asaa artth tha tarhra bv eatab'.lah-
3 V tajiwat for them at Tale. Sine,
iktsaM freauently spoken on achoot
" la artea cities of the woodea
Vttmm Wewtoa Thorpe of Mi.
it rtcentlr elected
of nnstrtatUoaal !
f Vanaoot tad data
A PLAN THAT
Ten. I'm engage! to Fiel Warren
When did I say "Yes?" Cue night last
How did that bashful fellow ever g.t
up cuuikge to prcpoe? Sit dwn, and
I'll tell you the whole story.
You see, I had known jr a long t'me
that Fred loved me. He had never tj'.c
me so In words, bat thus? tl,,.tjuei.t ey;s
of t.is had told me so more than out ?.
However, that wasn't enough. I c uiJ
n't acie; t him and name the day on ti e
Ftrength of what his eyes said, f o 1
decided that in s- me way his Hps mast
be unsealed and his tongue ini.e to
":onf!rm the language of hU eyes. Do
ycu follow me? '
How did 1 fix It? Well. I thought and
thought, and finally I hit on a schime. :
I loved Fred, anl, knowing that he
love.i me. I felt that the end J-isJ.lfca
Late one afternoon I received a note
from h.rn sayjijr that ho would ca I
that evt-ti.ng if I wouM te at homt.
ere v,aj iae oi'poi I'.aiiiy ;!.;u 1 h;d
t ta wai.lr.ar for, ami a-ure '.u th-l
I In.jTCVed it. 1 sent word ihat I
r. ju:d itljdiy e 1 i n. Then i rtisci
over to Hay Ear&'iri s hou-e. riu-iir.s
i. r at 1, i I bak.fi 1. -r t , call rue up
by t.-lophoi.e at half -past ei..:.t. I to!-'
I.er that I wanted lur ti tUk to tint
:.; 1 t(.l"i'hi.ne un::l 1 i: i r.;i":sheJ t.i k
Ir.g. She wasn't ta Fay aayti:.;! i,ut
to J-tit Keep ti.e lir? ' j n w hile I tiiied
away. I said I would expia.n latur on i
ir,d back hone - ;1.
Evening carce, f.-l v ith it Frt-d the
earn o:.i bi-i.ful i C. YU lovin;;. luv
kb.e and l.ve.l. x lumpily at .is.-st-tiiirty
the telephone bvil rang. You
l.naw that our trJophone is la the 1
biary, 1 excused n.ysif and w.s.-,erid
ti.e ca!!, be ;r :g car tu! to leave opea the
Uucl iiuiui; .d
room, where I had left Frel.
Saull I give you ti e d.r.iogue? Wt'.l,
it v.sfrrt a tfiaioarae, for May sail rs;:'s
Ingr. hut Jt:-t l.e.d the fur: I n.ean th-j
"iii.ui.e arid !Lt.ri'd. Inrc IS V.'.:' I
WW, Of ceu :m, there, w-yre paart St
f;e-iur.t int:-rvai?, in o;i:r to eiVsf t:.;
Ur.aai..ary fu.lj.v at ti-,e other tr.d of t.-o
l:.ie a fl-.iir.-:
iUuUy, this '.i t rr'.:y fuK- n.
b-jve n-ve-r ti-.-a.-i.f-d l':;-t ycu f
thin-,- mo:; t.:ai a f:i,rs,i:y reK ' I-M.t-'it
J.o-v tan I r.:iwy yoa .h-rt !
Jyn't love yott?-Ie .ra to !o -e o;i:
,Vo, I eou:"n"t do t;.at.-I';o I c-.r- fr
anybody .re? Ycu !.av.y no r5:.-..t r
tk tint. f::s.i I refuse to. r.wr.-K, ' ,
n-t tn arry you, and I '.';':. 't tn.nd
"BACK TO TBS
William 11. Thompson of Chicago, the
jreK.dent of the National Live Stock
ssohar.K, has started a new pn.pi
ganda to keep country boys on ths
firm. He knows what farm and town
life are. He was reared in the country
and has won success In the city, and he
believes the average farmer's son ould
be better off if he atayed on the farm.
He admits that many country boys win
fame and fortune in tlje cities, but he
argues that for every successful one
there la a horde that barely make both
erds meet But Mr. Thompson gacs
beyond existing conditions. He be
lieves farmers can do much better than
heretofore, and he looks to education
. t - ..f imnenvtnar their -condition
and making the farm more at
tractive for the boy
Mr. Thompson would reform the sys
tem of teaching the little red school
houses of the country district. He
thinks the farmers' rona are lured out
into the world by the glowing storle
of feted soldiers, merchant princes, elo
quent lawyers and the rich anj ruccess
ful of the great citlf-s generally. He
Bays the fault ia In the Fchool books,
which dazzle the country boy with the
flamour of these triumphs. These
books never tell cf the tiller of the aoil
or the stock raiser who wine fame
and fortune In those more prosaic call
ings. Nor do they pive any hints of
the Improved ir.e'hods on the farm and
the ranch. Mr. Thompson thinks coun
try boys would be more contented If
they knew of the possibilities befi-re
therrf on the farm. Ke would have the
books of the district school teil of these.
But he would also have the Instruction
practical. He would teach the young
men how to incr"ar- the crops, how to
belter the strains of the horses, the
cuttle, the sheep and the hops on the
a beef ar.lnial furn'sMng hlgh-prl-iod
meat as It Is to rear a scrub. The
name rule will hold good all thnueri
firming. I'e would therefore have the
ountry school fach scientific farm
me, exalt the glories of the country,
n1 assure the bays that thry need not
ruth to the city to bwomo well U do.
In dicua.-ing this problem Mr.Tborr.p
"Th cry for the past fifty years baf
been 'To the city.' That waa benefklil
tor a time, and a sign of progress, but
we ought now to raise the cry 'To the
country.' The country is deserted by
the boys, and the cities cannot pro
vldi remunerative labor for all who
some. For the social place of our coun
try the tide must change and Bow back
jgaln. For the betterment of our com
mercial interests some of our young
men should turn their attention to the
farm and the ralalrg of produce. Among
the lara-e number of successful farmers
yoa will find a rmsll percentage who?
iom bav chosen the fsrm life. Their
arty achoot Cays oa ths farm were
assjrt la readrag of men and events that
bad aottilntT ft) do nth country nre.
Uiiins you that 1 wouldn't mairy any
man lint K-uii.d piop..e to a g r! ty
telephone. The n an who v. :.s mi :.iu-l
have ti.e cruiage to losi; in; in t.i' eye
anJ tell n;c that he loves n:e an 1 n t
get hjlf a m.,e away ai d ' out t.::iu h
a Witphore. It c-nies wi.h a tun t-
hear a: yt. dy s..y: Hell ,! 1 tliol Wi I
you :arry it.tr Well. hf:e li mj a-.-6er:
T:1.j! Heito! N '' ti'X'd-nl.ht.
and better lu k t ext tlTie."
Then, Ua-,lr.K tae teltp oris. I re
turntd to the reception io-ni. vhsr I
f .und Kie-i with a lo k of d"trn.iil
t!on i;n his face a sort of do-or-3'f ex
pression, that I had never refn the i
before. Cf court.;, I a-suroH an air
Msrrrife st fndit; te i? r op?n. I
told Fred that May r.nrnvd had Ji;t
ca'lei me up. That e d my c r.?
a little, for It wng true, to t 't
;ae fcalf an eye to c e that Fr.i
fccll. ve ft, ' tst tr-''' -" x "'
U told mt that he mut hav.? h :
V,!!l.lr t.liii. 1 d.dn't h-v- I '
f.r furth'-r r"".' of i:. fc-r I's.o
'iti'P wjs a'l atic-. j I tc'-t a
s.atcJ hirof.K befitJc rte. !.! lo a ma
iv wa t ;! r.i-i ii at he 1' v 1 m?.
dii'n't fc;m. f I to.d the t
that it was S) sudd'-n. It w:n't, yt'J
k; v. ; I ! a I i n r-;-",: 't i r y rs.
I toid l.'in that 1 wuuiJ rhmtte "y
name to Warren, and to tvtty.hinr is
1 l.a vt n't tohl ;.'ay the p-rl news
yet, for she has tte'i out of tf J, n. !. u.
s .te retutr.fl lift r.'.n;; t. at'd I "' ' i
thank la r thU aft-. ri....a for I.er p 't
ia the pi-rr. m. Ana t.-.tt de r U t.'.e.
phone t'Uii t lo be hu.iiat). to that 1
Could 1 i : t.
Dil I till Fr4 '-'"t I had u-ed trto
tt!-pbi.a to brii.f h:.a to teitnd? N , 1
(iida't. but I ni.a!i jf'.tr w a s
r'.cd. I am net gfitss to tnke nny ttn-ii
hante- of lf injr h.m. 1 rather u.-
I :i... ! Mai the other ' y by
! we .couldn't have a lei?;;
ti'-sv h.o;i2. lie ft- :'.'!e..i pa
r:iu: but m:d -yt i-." JU
v, i. n it was tne lv
I:!: a the ' ' ' :.our:!!
. t ;
bankers and even politicians fgured
upon evety p?(?e of their district school
readers. Scarcely was mention made
tf any man who had led a successful
life on the farm.
"The farmer's children are as a rule
the natural farmers of the country.
What they become in afti r life is de
termined by their early education. At
the district school the farmer's son lays
the foundation for his future, and his
Ideas are largely influenced by reading
books treating of men and objvets
which seem to him to be of an outside
world. Why not change this? Let his
books speak of some great men who
have been farmers, and there are thou
sands of them. Let him study the
things he comes in contact with every
day. Let him be taught he can better
his condition by adopting Improved
methods of production. This will make
him more Interested in farm life an1
more contented. It w'll fire his ambi
tion to excel In his father's calling. It
will make him a better man, a better
farmer and a better citizen. I will
keep many boys In the country anii re
lieve the cities of their congestion
There will be smaller farms and more
of them. There will be more ground
cultivated and better results. The l.ve
stock strains will be Improved and the
farmer will get more money. In every
way such a change will be a benefit to
the farmer boys and to the country at
Mr. Thompson presented his proposi
tion In sn 2.drss before th NfltlnTril
Live Stock exchanee, and he Is urging
arricultural anl live stock papers to
crry on a cruasde along the lines he
has mapped out.
French wool shirt waists in some be
coming color sre un Important pert of
the new tailor-made coat and skirt
cortume. Fame of the prettiest are rl'k
mbrclderH cr silk dottd. On dresslr
aults tve shirt wnlt Is of tucked taffeta
or cordd silk, and the latest fancy Is to
h9ve the waist and hat to match, and
If th color Is too vivid for certain
tastes, a black, brown or gray velvet
hat has the loops and 'jniW part of
the brim ficpd with the color. A very
pinkish old-rose waist with old-roae
facings on the black or brown hat Is
an especially aw d style, wlt'.i a black
or brown camel's-halr costume.
Trenty-one Callfornlans, the advance
guard of 500, have sailed from Near
Tork for the Argentine Republic, In
tending to' settle there. Th delegation
already en voytige Is headed by four
brothers named Ballet, from Los An
geles, each six feet tall, and each hav
ing a wife and four daughters. The
cnlony, which has considerable cash
capital, will go into cattle raising Id
the valley of the Platte river.
Owlpg to the big vintage and (be
sctrcltr of casks, win Is selllna- at I
er.t a quart at maay rtaeyarae la tae
Thrie is i,,-a;t i .iti s
po.aloet ate fc'.'t,to 1 k . . a
Toe NurttK rn ti ed ta l-ct toe u-, iwl
One la i.evtr uO.Oiutey uj' of ia..
vigui'Uo fcl-jck. Toe i.iioron 1
p.atjtfd 1-it tpr.n was ..u.-ai.d liu u
a niau w..o i one of t. e n. .-1 .i.;e-
ter.t j'Jil: 9 Oi ! J St'i'-.i !H th.S C. I.O-
try. 1;.e p taw i a .o 1 i . . ii i it.il " " ''
cul f-r pi. ntii A Is u .--. uier t c
potatoes tli.1 i.a I bci.i m .d t'-r l.o.
Planting t ;i e rc .:! .g lap.uly, an 1
la Tie 0.. coped t.i Uie yo-nJ!
plants i.i the tar.y-planied ne!d. l.at
tin taiu.aj be;. i used til t:letf four
aettS. toe t't piott fii.m t..e nop taa
J'tar ttouid oavc ej?iy ic.ii 5KU i:io,e
than It wan. Not a tit cf blame al-h-0i
ts to any o c; it is one ol ti.e rh s
thai ;;o lota potato trowit.g. Lot ll li
k that c;. daes m t (.are tu taao
r. .: !. and is in. nu .. .1 hole .
ti- n f i' o.-.'s t , u.h.vr e'i
. l'-i i.i....-; i in ti.e iutuu. t..
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Ti.;; t.tale ai.h to-' l-.i
3 til it is Nt.vaoa, w.t..
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In t!. eta to. ."h'c .v Y-ov.
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y no i a...rcly rx:.
con fn cf the V.h
t at the lai ge nouM rave to I.
er be nvrrrun with .ip. in nuny
I a tea the latter have I levtiltd, :.--iJ-g
the catt'.eir-eri to rtdace their num
& ra and la tne (- to become sin ; p
htros. Ti.e high and dry rangts of th?
Iti-cky Mountain stales are peculiarly
suite! to sheep. Their reisn ia merely
the survival tf the fitttat in that coun
try. Hut some of the ranses are becom
i:.g crowded, and a bul winter may
bring about a disaster ilmilar though
not equal to that width ruined so many
sattiemen ever a decade ago.
Trim evergreen hedgys.
Keep account of your crops and sign
Itemove suckers from trees and stools
of the vineyard.
If you have a good home market ii
not look elsewhere for the sale of your
fruit, unless you have something extra
fine and some Mint-class customers.
Eee these grape vines with their long
new shoots swaying back and forth?
lhat is their way of asking protection
from the winds. Tying them to the
trel.ls or arbor does It.
To raise fine Urge specimens of fruit
on a tree, graft It with an early anl
late sort. The early part will require
the large portion of the nutriment until
it la ripe, then the late sort will draw
ail the nourishment from ita develop
mnt. When blackberry canes reach a height
ol three feet they should be pinched off.
This can be done with a pair of six
Inch scissors or sheep shears. Pruning
shears are too clumsy for this kind cl
If we expect lit be successful In our
war against Infect pests, we must flKhl
w'th eyes open. Nature gave to man)
of the animals cf the liigstw and low tit
srdfis the faculty of adapting their
dress to the color of their surrounding',
and thereby to elude the searching gaz:
if their per.'euie.r, Look t harp to find
the rateiplllars, the bugs, and the elug
It has been shown that one pair f
robins will bring to Ihc young In one
ieaon mi.re than three thousand worm
-ut worms and others. The robi
a'lone saves to gardeners and fruit
growers more than enough to compen
sate them for the Injury done by al
Other birds together.
Any farmer who will make s specialty
af produrlrg an cxtia quality cf fruit
butler or velables will net be com
pelled to seek a market after his pro
dure becomes known. Hundreds of mer.
hints are seeking the choice goods
and they are willing to pay high price)
for superior articles, because they car
make larger profits therefrom.
It Is noticed that pigs fatten very
sjulckly on sweet potatoes, due to thf
large amount of sugar In the food, en"
aweet potato growera utilize the ama!'
potatoes for that purpose. The beel
Ira contains large proportion ol
sugar, and should be grown for swine
ln" relished at all seasons, both
Jose ad aad raw,
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it' ! :. ., ,. ,.j ;,ift u..eled In th.
(,o. i . i h h .j, i i. .. ; a i ui inaii;
i i i l l i,e .t v...i l..oahl I. .at
t. e ..." i i.i n 0. .. i-i.o. ,1 for fenl.ar
. ... , .i ia l..e ii.j,-uii woa.d it
oi.. ! o. v. - . .t', but l. e f Ue. a .J
Isioweib ht.it iijiiir t'l'w u oil a hiA.-r
. vel of u.usi A ij oo.-i.ii .-s ha
b i n and ,a bt-iau l.ne u.-lt-ei tr.t
I ii.ooi.e.i ai.d ih; fettii-ry. In the
i.crtr.went the fodti? a ltd the mi. is
whir.) a..; j .y ti e ie. ceii.i.a have a .
jaslel tl.v.r di.,irv..its a. d ths uutl
number wi.l be iia.id.ed. in Cclou-io
' ir.dir-atlcr.a me for exUttrlve lamb fuel
ing t.i sfi.e uf l.l;her pr.cei corn on.l
; hay. The largest intre.ss in t-.e bui-
; neMs la In the wtatvin cor.i ttitcs. lbra
1 s-.tep 1.I tie (eu I. si ;ad of c-ltie by
ja .not riti.y. The fmoarj C'ttt.
' (Oi.; i: y of N'ebr j.-ka will f :el 3'
s.afep Intte1 d ct i'f u- ual n t s t f 1
'tie. All this on :.:- th,! v may e::,e i
iibcial nunibsm of fat ; and !a.:i! i
; for t. e wiat. r m .". hi u. Ti h:,;;0 j r i -
of l -Pt y -r r.re r.ot I . V '. y t.. be i- i.
!.! caini' l Fa.', iy hue ti r ver;
lor - 4 on i xi.-' 'ati' n t-f a 'y tut ii re-
! tair.s t. Uf y Hit ia.-t wia or.
r:o;s roi: i?AT::iixa
' Hr-j far hatth'H !ooh! te fr;
rolkiip!.: d.l'y. ;t.. t i and n,c
'1, ta i v 'j la. i-'f- oi ftoa.!. and li'-.r:
hi as Inyt; .1 i f pa l. u:A "-i the I a -!
tj ate of last M .n n l atch. T...
t.-ivaiil f d ia i.i- or 1 '), ar.d a.i
b ji.uk- i ia wu.t ary a!:i; in; tral'
lth..f c v.'.la tasithi.jril p.rtiti jok). To
' K'-ip t."'-r.i r.-.t vv.-r a we.k chuatd b;
the role, r, .'.ui on the Mn..:i eo ) i.i
u co...i phti e, hat ti ey toast not fi.-eze.
Titt-y tvi.l si ip fc!,y Sit '.an: :, Aiti.t.
v. .: y of y:.r.:ug la tu put toe o.r- i.i
l.tUe r.-f l.cl old frarois aisJ pselt !it
fiai..i K iti f't...ie or oh! a : h K..e.M, u
ihfi chaif or loa.i la t.'.l toe p n't.
. n ' '. m l i t...sao pii.er, c v.r
ti.e. la ,tt nita vi.iie mu-ii.i, alt not
aa a d lg. mail; tin- i ; -
a t. :. .ii.h.:,?h !!.. tl i
t .. ;. ." V": ' o- :'t! vtan h J. . . . .... )
i . , -r ,t at r! -' t and
,- cl ;-j s,
?-'..!. n v.- a la oih.
h feed. I : IS li. -h :
V I 1 '
h-h-r ',.y i la fiii :rsr thia c-rri, -t'.-t
;. ;;rt to t j t I,.. t.ng in tu'lr e.fc.-;
bul tn: :t. bj - In at a,.ont
h" k i. al! ;i,o;.irii::i I pr ;ln compart i
tn't'l tl : iiWihic "i'.:- fvi.id 18 t. o.t.-i
i-.'t-r i.-' i e l.-.-niI, wo.-.ly husk and ren
ders ti.tiii v-f-y r.uttitiius.
DA lit T MOTES.
Wl itt-.v.ir'h the stable or.ce or twice
When you find ycnrstlf grcwing an
gry', lower your voi-e.
Tco many farmers waste at home and
To get the best results from your
cows they should be well fe 1.
Always sreak gcr.tly to your cow be
fore sitting down to milk her.
To cleanse hand towela trm may be
ued by operators in the dairy, boil It
sal soda water.
Use no dry, du?ty feed Just prevtout,
to mi king; If fodder is dusty, sprinkle
It before It is fed.
Never allow the cows to be excited by
inu utirtttn, mjuiky ituu inrkina; :
Dairy utensils should have the fewest
number of seams possible, and those
present should be 'smooth soldered."
The secret of making butter that will
keep a lor.g time la having the age o!
the cream and Ita temperature right be
fore churning. Pet In the common tin
pans In an ordinary cool cellar, the
cream should be aklmmed thirty-six
hours from the time It was set, an-J then
kept not Jonner tf an four days in cold
weather and two In hot.
Charles II. Waterhouse, head of the
dairy department of the New Hamp
shire Collere of Agriculture and the
Mechanic Arts, died Saturday. Reptnm
ber 8, at Durham. N. H., after a ly-ng
and palr.ful Illness, from cancer. I!
h.ad been co;;fnrd to Ii; ted slr.ro Jan
but bad directed the affairs of the
college creamery until wl'hln a few
lays of his death. He ha! be-n con
netted with the college for the past
At a m-fl'ng hell June 59'h In th?
dairy building of the Misslse'ppl Agrl
"Ultural c-clVtte thire were present n
lumber cf gentlemen Interested In dal
lying. A Etato Dairymen's association
for .M Iritis: Ippl was orgnnlred "to en
ourage throughout the state the prac
tice of scientific methods In (lie pru
luctlon, manufacture and sale of all
1alry pr-ductii." A permanent organ
ration being effected, the following
ifT!cers were electel for the ensuing
rrresldent, rrof, J. 8. Moore; aecretary,
The editor of the Journal of Agricul
ture, Montreal, makes an estimate o(
the value of good pastures. He claims
to be well acquainted with some of ihe
finest pastures In Fngbnd, from which
'he well known "Gtoetnr" cheese la
made. They have been In grass from
time Immemorial, and the tenants pay
it least til) an acre aa annual rent for
hem. It takes three acres to pasture
t cow a year, and the cows averag
Hi pounds of cheese, worth M2, a calf
worth IIS, and the whey Is worth about
J15 lo feed th pigs. This, then gives
ts the Income from three acres, and
he Isbor snd use of the cow, about
XT, or mat per acre.
In't It Jut-t a tittle bit queer Inst )
If banter to warm a chuicb than un
i u.tr pl-ce o i i ai ll. ?
i.... ..eat imii of Kiytl dca'.ca lha
up it t.-:'t he Is dead, aa rfporto
s oat Kjiii eays raay te io.
V.'lm a rn riieJ nana lair bstint
t a 1.. t thin i. a be reeds a tonic an
i. a j o . he r.e.da a Ulvt i ue.
C:p ia tae p. ice and a nr.it r.w
luii-.rti, w. y w.'ath. 'iioj, however,
C . a rot a; 4, y ta t :. I aoal.
'ji.. l..i-t out p. rk U fc.-arius n.i:;ht
liil.,ate that t. e l.al:;.'.n d-tya iaue r
livid "whn the p "a be t a to fly."
l-i - out l...ui of I aivaid ay b
oes til he htsa achieved u n edu-:at-.r
i hi good health and to tllchio
t las Jo'j.
Ti.e ;.. itayunk riiilcf"?her rl?es ta
retoask tliat ti.e man wlio la Etti't.td ta
lake thlr.s they co.ne never Keta.
very niui n.
Lot, of men gain rTntatlns for
a li-uoin. nays the Phil id-lphla . rd
I ; ; tin ply bei .;to-f l) (J know
ftt.iii t. ke.; the.r nattilf fhut.
Jlrs. Mhi'.f Kra !). 1 Want claro
le k l,,i:.', ... 5'hi f;.; thtou,:h a t:.m
1 or c toa he r vault at f-.$e :'.':' p o h.
r it.e - ' ; i-j ii I e hard t i h.i,.', t .ya
he 'hi.,' ,.o .5 Ui n. h
1,1 ,. !
IhK.O, I . .
; r y..i!rM.!f i.ovV
,T,i, - , I.O Klli'l fl; l,fc- .,
ft- t! ."i-.i.-i-;- lOfli.i. i.-a-i
--f i tu- io h. , r n. - . ii.
Or., i.i M .i.i fr.-.- rn. -h-I
if j;.; ;f,.l, .-.-.! h t H 1.
sy v. i h i ; i 0 -ii 'on-
iill. IT! Alli-itrli l':.i- -Oi.
t !"T i,a.:l K-isi- . id
:-r .- ln"nn i '-..,
. !l.t- Hh- ,1 C'-'1 ' "
An t j. i ; i -i ! ; -
;.oi...i Ihr -o
;r 2 f-r i .
r h- )i e.r :-.
ma: ; il A. i !'! . ' ti : i, i
r(n i r . a I'.,., i- -.-a :! 1 .'..-: iiiia l-h..r-ji-u-v.
i .in. -I',. If. S iii.-;. coy.
f :.! I '' ''f roi.-Oi-r- li-h.o-. atk tor
tiitt you -int.
The mak'r.!- of a r x'.-r.prrfplnr:
f.-i intend ii -Y a. an-1 w;k r oil J .
il.e ii v'"t livf? Fc'.o.I ,r In :ho f
;tt. Fo; rinii o-iio.;-'joite r.,'ht' A:t1
a hiit ('i v. e eh! p' the who live In the
b p. rt V Jr'o.'i.o.ir !....-. . ; 1-. ; a. i.x.
! We offer uw liui'-li-il J.VtTars He
ward foi fcny --' ; c.iv.'.n, it ii .-;-
not le 'u;-o bv Ihiliti '':-tar,o '.."tile.
F. J. CiiJ-.-S'l-i Y & !' p .
ToO O., ' I, '
We. ti e uroo !!!,( -! n;n-', o r.
J Cl: n, v foi io, -,-i. ;:, anl l-e-
I evir Imii I- i V ny l.o.'i..! "i- i:. !!
li-iin.--S lr.i!---;.!-,i-.o -f i M;v!0 .;:,i;y
ItCt- ti Oii v otil ill:)' o-oi.tti-Oi iiO.Ue
Ms -. ir il: m.
W!'?T T h'AX, Vht.-.,- Ja Dmg-
i-1 ;i ; "j (, I i.
W - 1,1 ! M : ' uIn'V a r; mm: v i N.
ii'i.r V'ai,. I'm- ;'..li". T"i-it . i.
Hail a ("utM,', con- i t.ii.i-a in-i-r-baliy,
acting dl'.-i-i y u bh.o.,1
tod rniic-!.' Borf. -ii-..-r- of the m-i.-h.
J'lice, '.. ! t-r bo'tie. Pold by llii diug
irt. Ti.?:i!oi.-i,i.s fiee.
Hall's Family Pills ace the best.
I An avalanche of wtrda b-d'y chosea
has lets t-ffei i than i-rte rmgins ac
; tence ti-at the rr.iod retains.
"I've come to teil you, sir, that the
; photographs yyti took of us ti e ether
lay are not at all satisfactory. Why
any husband looks like en ape?" "Well,
madam, you should have thought of
that before you had him taken." Tit
Ults. Vital weakness ana nervous fletHlty ran
be cured. "Vlrtuatott" Tablets are guar
knteed by Kbid Drug Co., tilirtn. III., la
cure all nervous diseaiwa, debility and vl-
j lal losHes. or -nd fiev nifdlclrit- untH
i cured If guaranteed lot falls. Pale, mm,
I emaciated, trenililniir ami nervouit people
' thould Iry these tablets; areatest of nervr
tonic. If 70U are not what you ought ts
be, or want to be and can be, gl then
one trial and you will praiae them f"r
ever $2 a parkuge, or 8 for tfi, per mall,
lietall and whulesale of Myers tk Polios
Drug Co.. Omaha. M. A. Dillon, tiomS
Omaha; Davla Drug Co., Council Blufla;
KlgKS Pharmaev, I.lncoln; H. 8. Bakr,
Hloux City. Full tine of rubber goods;
aak for what you want.
Marklelgh Your office seems badly
mussed up; have you no Janitor? Bark,
leigh We used to have one, but since
he became a faith curift he has beca
giving the offce "absent treatment."
Mensea aureiy orougnt on rentlarry,
uppreslona nvglecteii often result i&,
blotJ poisoning and quli k consumptlnn,
I nd ts the direc t cause of wornen'a trou-
lles; tnererore Kee tne tiwiwi reKtilar
jwlth "De le I)u-'a Female Krcnlaior,'
.nd women will be happy ami healthy.
lit It fails, K'tdii Drag Co.. Kluln, III.,
iiend free medicine until relieved and fully
urea; a rr pucbk, or ror to. per
mil. It'Osil nnO wholesale of Mvrs A
Hllnn Drug Co., Cmah; M. A. Dillon,
out h Omnha; Davis Drug Co.. Council
luffs; fUice PliHrmncy, I.lnroln; H. H.
aker. Hloux City. A complete Una of
ii'her gooos on hand; uK lor what you
Teacher Now, children, auppoae thsv
liasH-rooni sot uuwfily trfiveioped ia
flames, and escape cut off. what would
l. .t, . ,
ne me test tning to mi to pieveni tocw
of life 7 Tommy Tatters Kiep ocoll
With Its 8.f,28 miles of railroads, oe
rupyiug nine alatea, includes aa Its
western or Trans-Mls3ourl system the
Fremont. Klkhorn & Missouri Valley
Ilallroad, which occupies the best sec
tion of Nebraska, both for agricultural
ind grazing purposes, It alo pene
trates to the center of Wyoming, .hro'
Ihe cattle ranges and Into the celebrated
heep country and lh oil regions of
iatrona county, V-yomlng. It ai.o Is
he pioneer line to the Jllnik Hills,
hoe mythical past Is n ti:tlmab:ly
bssoclated with Indian Iradliioiia and
their legendary lore. The modern Black
Hilla sre especially famous for their
marvelous richness In gold and silver
ore, and for lis equally marveloua ther
Near by these mark Hills are sec
lions of the so-called "Had Lands."
where are still found great quantlikM
cf relics of prehistoric ages,
The agriculturist or slock groise
should reek location on these lines, so
should the scientist visit the bo 'A,
the miner the, upper Mills, tne tava&Ji
Mm aaaltatlaa of taa Iheraaal arsafav
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