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THE OMAHA UEG: MONDAY. SKPTr.MPER 11, .i'."
May Save Farmers
Big Potato Loss
Alliance Chamlirr of Corn
mcrre Investigate Pom..
lilitjr of Making
Ue of Culls.
All lance, Neb., Sept. 10.(Spe
ia ) lSo Butte eounty ami other
routitict of the western Krhtasl.a
"jiotato belt may Imd a prolitaMe
I'Jmicn of the piesert low nrtce t
nation if the investigation of the AU
I anre Ch'i her ot Commerce into
the advisability of erecting a Urge
l..t.iW) starch factory at Alliance
bruin e.orc'ed remit.
I ur several month the chamber
ha hrrn in commun ration with Kov
ernmrrtal expert at Washington reU
a'ivr to i'ie March, f ,ur tnd lotn
rtierrial a'eohot jiuMihilitir of a
stated factory here, the product to
l.e fna!e fwrfiripaliy rom the hun
dreUy thournd of bushel of
n'4t,e rcited in thi counly
a'one eich year. Very favorable
re r ve been received, and Sec
retary Thonat of the (lumber of
L'vviTce hai liern advised that the
head of a large engineering company,
v. men na elected tarch lactone in
everal nearby tate, will visit Al
liance in the mar future and look
over the iluatiori with a view to
Hox ilutie county lat year led all
other eountie of the ttate in the
production of pntftoe. the total
yuld being UlXJ.000 bushel, of
which approximately 2oO,Q()0 bushel
were cull unfit for market purpose.
It i pointed out by factory rxpert
that thi amount of cull potatoe
would form a substantial basis for
the operation of a ttarch factory.
Thii would enable the potato grow
er to realize a handsome profit from
that part of their crop that it usu
ally practically worthiest on the mar
ket, and would also eliminate, to a
large extent at leant, the problem
of frc;ght and ttorage, which have
handicaped fhe grower to a con
On the occasion of the visit here
of the head of the engineering com
pany, the Chamber of Commerce
plan to call a man meeting of
potato grower of thi and urround
mg eountie to consider plan for the
construction of the proposed tarch
For Nebraska Farms
With County Agents
Htoekvllle. At tha county llvmtork
nicotine at tha fair (roumla laat .a.k,
It waa t.-ld.'4 to push Krnntiar county
Into Una aa a livestock county, according
to a report revelveil from W. M. I'inip.
hell, tha county agricultural Kent. A
three-mid pros-ram waa outlined at tht
meeting: I To enrouraae farmer In tha
ralelne- or mora linstock; S To urg lha
axlulv uaa of purebred aim, and 8
to . vtuftira Into tha county tha best
Kt, and f.i.-akra that can b found aull
!l to tha climate.
Mr. Camp'ietl rupnrta that Frontier coun.
ty la an Ideal place for livestock. Ha
auye that with a aura crop of roraxe
feed, livestock will be tha eaf.-at of In
vestment it la planned to Import cane
eed, rafllr corn and mllllt. Theae, with
alfnifa and lha uiual corn, ahnuld fur
nlah proper liaala for feeillna-. The l-ullil-Ini
of alio alao will ba encouraged, ac
cording to Mr, Campbell.
W. H. Campbell, tha county extenalon
agent, announcea tha following faira In
lha vicinity of Btoikvllle In tha next 30
Knuthweat fair at Maywood, Keptember
Kuatla livestock show and fair, October
Ano tha county farmera unl"n meet
ing la announced for September 111, at
Wahoo. Th flaundora County Farm
burenu offlca will ba located In .t tent at
the county fclr grounda during the fair,
V'hlrh occjra thla year on 8ittmber 1
to 22. At tha tent there will be on dis
play a ma? showing what tha farm Bu
reau he dona during lha year. Sunplei
from tha community wheat and corn
tate alao will bj shown. In addition
there will be a amut-treallng rlemonetrii
tlun given every day of the fair. The
Farm bureau tent nlno will be the head
quarters of Ike rounty'a purehred live
atnrk breeders' and poultry breedcra' asso
ciation. Intcreat In tha "Better 81 roe Better
Block" campalKn la beginning to aaaert
Itaclf In tiautidt-ra county. While tha coun
ty had hut 3ft members lent week, a
number of new membere are m eight.
Walter F. Koberta, the rounty agricul
tural agent, reports that there are many
Riundere vounty breedera who are eligi
ble, but who have never applied for
tuemberahlp. New emblema of meniber-
hlp may ba obtained by old membera
by turning In old certlflcatea. The new
certlflcuta resembles a ateel eagravlng
and la a npeclut design provided for mem
bers by tha United States Department of
Malmo farm women are planning a
c;tl2i-nahlp meeting at the achool hnuee
on tha evening of Keptember 13. U la
planned to have reient aoma ptraon
v reed In c'tisonyhip mattera nnd who
will be able to aneHer quoMiona that may
ba put regarding cltlenhlp.
In neatly every poultry yard there
are great number of mll weak
puUcta during the month of Sentem
Mr, according to pecialuta at the
Uuiverity of ,Vebrak agricultural
college. Thi undeirabl condition
with the pullet i laid to be cauted
largrly by weak breeding tock, late
hatching and improer fiod. The ex
pert declare that regardlet of what
ttrpi are takrn at thi time, it will
be impotsible to miture the poorest
of thte ptillrt in time to eome into
Sg Toduction before next pring,
but with proper food and care a
arrrv number of theae rm be ha
trued into tgg production by proper
Dry mh, the iprcialiat ay, i
neccary for the beit reault. The
aKricultural ichu' I it tiling and ree-
rmm'-mling the following mh!
One hundred pound bran, 100 pounl
cornmtai. naj pounn thorta, m
pourn! finely ground oat, 100
pound meat crap or a good grade
of tankage. Sour milk i likewise
rtrom vnpd a an tr !!-n a;d ti
the egneral rat:nn, One hundred hen,
it ) aid, will cuiibu i.e about three
gallon a day. Thi amount of our
nnlk, the ex-r-la ay, will rcnl're
about one-half of the meat tcrapt or
Commercial Hog Hou.
The University of Nebraska agri
cultudut rolleife ha been tending out
blue pr nt of a community type hog
boure whirh his given extremely
Rood atifartinn tluring the past few
yiar, according to extension depart
ment official. Thi hog houie i
constructed of clay tile and Hand
"north and outh' with an alley
through the center. Two et are
ued, 2 feet and 20 feet. The 20-foot
houe ba a four-foot alley and eiht
foot pen on either tide. The floor I
constructed of clay tile covered with
cement and two row of roof win
dow are provided (or on either aide
for (uulight. A nominal charge for
the plan it made.
For thone who prefer the "east and
wet" type half monitor, a plan ha
been prepared showing proper plac
ing of window to bring nunfight into
the pen at the first of March.
Farmer' wives, by reaon of the
up-to-date teaching methods of the
home economic department of the
state university, extension division,
are able to keep abreast with city
women in culinary science. The lat
est recipe coming from the depart
ment teach the farmers' wife how to
make conserver which are explained
by the department as being "combi
nations ol Iruits whose flavors blend,
preserved with sugar and served as
a 'spread.' " Nuts and raisin are
said to increase the food value and
palatability. The recipe say that
when nut are ured, they should be
added five minutes before removing
from the fire. Satisfactory results are
said to be obtained by substituting
white corn syrup or one-half of the
amount of sugar in conserves. When
the supply of preserver are run out
in the spring, very good conserves
may be'tnade with dried fruits and
with rhubarb, home economics spe
Two recipes for conserves are igv
en in the latest bulletin of the de
partment. They are:
Grape conserve: Five pounds of
grapes, four pounds of sugar, grated
rind of one-half orange, juice of
two medium sized oranges, une
pound seeded raisins, one notind of
chopped English walnuts. Wash and
stem the grapes. Separate skin
from pulp. The skins may be run
through a food chopper before eook
insr. Cook them until tender. Cook
pulp and put through sieve to re
move seeds. Cook fruit except rais
ins with the sugar. Chop raisins
How to Keep Well
y PR W A IVAN
QweetiMt taauansiaf BUM, eaaitatiaa reoee.lia al sliaaaaa, uteailt1
a vf g.a ay reaauie, at I ae Dec, ewer4 aineiieUr. avkjaal ia
iaaBf a4 eeW ee la ele4 Pa.
A44n tetters to tare ml Ike He.
pea par Uaiilaltea. aaet
tvett will mi aaeaa aV'iaaa.e aa aeaatetW
FOOD FOR THE TEETH.
Dr. S. A. Cohen think getting the
r ,lit kind of treth i more impor
tant than keeping the teeth we hive
clean and white, lit say that teeth
decay because they are chalky, or
(ft in spot, or bcraic of o "c
thing clae, whirh ign fie that they
were not r ght to begin w th.
The firt art of teeth i formed be
fore the child i born. They stun
forinimr in the ixth week of fetal
I fe. The lay ng down of the en
amel ia begun at the seventieth week,
and it i completed in the hi-t nilk ,
tooth, jut at the time when the first
milk tooth j due to cut through t lie
Therefore, the prrgnant mother i
reiponsible for tlie size, shape and
structure of the baby' niilk teeth. If
l'e dor not yet mouth lime and
phosphorus in her food, or if she
vomits exees'ively or has no anpe
lite and tloe not eat, her baby'
trfth are liat'Ie to suiter.
The reaeon the mother's teeth de
rnv, or become loose, or show other
ailment, is because her teeth are be
iuz robbed of ome salt to supply
the baby growing teeth.
In the Forjythe clinic 75 per cent
of the mother of the children in at
tendance gave historic of dental ad
nu-nlj duriiiif pregnancy. Most of
these admen's 'got belter at the end
of prcpnanry and returned with the
We have noticed how much more
regular in arrangement, perfect in
form, and good in quality are the
milk teeth, a compared with the ec-
oud set. The reason is that the baby
before birth is far better protected
than afterward. The laying down of
the enamel on the permanent teeth
starts at birth. At 12 years of ae
the enamel layer of the wisdom teeth
the last of the teeth are furnished.
If the child i poorly nourished,
and especially if it does not get
enough lime and phosphorus, during
the first 12 years, the quality of the
teeth will be affected.
Every attack of scarlet fever,
measles, rickets, diphtheria in fact,
every fever lasting more than four
days will register on the teeth. The
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Kit FURTHER TALES
t JU-fM or
Extension Work Building
Set Aside at State Fair
Lincoln All phases of the agri
cultural extension work of the state
university at the Nebraska state fair
this year will be housed under one
immense roof 112 by 240 feet. The
board of manager of the fair have
assigned to the agricultural extension
service building formerly known as
the automobile auditorium.
A large part of the space acquired
will be devoted to the boys' and girls'
clubs exhibits and demonstrations. In
addation to 80 calf stalls, 150 pigpens
and apace for 500 chickens, there will
be the ring for judging pigs and
calves and for team judging contests
between counties. There also will be
a large, well equipped stage for club
demonstration teams and plenty of
booths and show cases for club ex
hibits of food and clothing. For
adults, 15 booths have been set aside
for exhibits in agriculture and home
Gibbon Rail Shipments
Average 35 Cars Per Week
Gibbon. Thirty four cars of prod
uce and livestock were shipped from
this point the last week in August
with an increase to 37 for the first
week in September. Of this number
the liurnll-Collins Brokerage com-
re.'istry bonis will nm be open for
inspect. on for year in the tje t(
the wisdom tetih not until ihe indi
vidual is ol leijjl
Thr diarrhea wind) rome in baby
hood in i "iinettiuii v. Ill tl.c tuning
of the milk teeth are liable to rrgtairr
as delect in Hie permanent terili.
The cutt ng of the teeth i a nut
ter of minor nnportaiur, aa com- 1 V v ''
pared with their devt lupiurni. .Sever- '
theless, tooth cutting it not dee trout
ii pain, irritations, ami even tumor i
lever and minor diarrheas. j
.Severe conatitutioiial disease are I
much more apt to iiiccitiit.ite the '
cutting of teeth than they are to delay
If 1 mistake nt, Shakespeare pic
tured Richard 111 a born with teeth.
Hut meant that their was something
the matter with the king Irom the
nan. i'.iclurd I poor model, a
the mother i apt to disrovrr when
her baby'a teeth come ton early or
rut through too f.it.
ptt SURMIOTI WILEY
My Marriage Problems
Adele Garrison' New Phas of
'REVELATIONS OF A WIFE"
a party with. nit inviting J m.
O, Thoe Soup Cigaretiatt.
C. D. write: "I wonder if you
couldn't use your influriier to have
a law passed preventing smoking in
restaurant. I he other day, wh.lt- in
a ret.iurant, and a larye, airy one at
that, I was almot prevented from
eating by the smoke screen tint one
young moron was throwing out.
Needles to ay. he had finished liis
'There are some at tin- restaurant
who don't .wait to finish it. but ttatt
1 cigarei at the soup and let it burn
lull tilt during the meal.
"Why should three or four men
make 25 to 50 people miserable?
'A man wrote a letter to one of
the papers along this hue and said
he felt tempted to sit near one of
these smoke' demons with a cigarcr
composed of tobacco, rubber, rope
will) a dash ol asalorlnla (the latter
is my idea), and smoke it while the
aforesaid demon's meal was being
consumed, and sec what would hap
pen, Maybe they would Hop amok'
ing in all restaurant thereafter.
'I would be tickled pink to make
one lor any one who would try it.
waat-Mver a shall lha eiaee Is)
My 4ti.e, II ,ll flta It Jaha)
O Cod, Who art the Father of
all the familir of the earth, and
Who makest men la be of one mind
in a house: Diet this household, we
beseech Thee, and grant that it
niembrts uuy be so united to on
another in Thy faith and fear, that
Thott may et lave Thy dwelling In
them, and through them diaw other
to know Tl.ec, to love 'I bee, and t
serve 1 bee.
Set us fi.-e ue brsrreh Tkre. front
'Ihe aulwurt opiuiivc, Muutun, ." "! l the uir I could have all t'e in whrb wr hive commit-
l-ad the bulk ol young Chester "t"cril"'a my mtnt.il and physual trd in the year that ute iat, al ovv
weight m his arm, lie gave the mi- "mmiion n sin. liter homtiy , ii. It Low we lave tbii:e'd thee,
.rri(ili of being able to carry the fhrase, "Ready t drop" imaLing u orry lor a!l our seliah-
young man by himself, but I kneJ "I Don't Mind You" -)nei, our ptidr. mir anger and every
Hut Allen Dtake bad wished Ihj J walknl steadily down the "i' r wrong doing,
uiiiiiiiiuui of ar, and actorduu'ly ; H nh the rest, however, bu I was! '""' " courage tin dav to h
bad nude it a three-man Job instead war indeed b. n as we settled tht ' ' mf """'K1'' ''' 0"'
My father wa at the yo.int ol- liuni nuih.iio i.o.ir r.f t. ir and deed M'W us tat'in and
ilier' feet, Munson' staUait arm Cheslrr iinon ilie l.e,l All. u h, himible, pure in heart and speech
How Allen DraUa Helped Madgf i weitfbt upon you. Your job will be
l'a Trough Her Ordeal 'keeping sieady, that's all
t il.MTtK XI. The kitchen door otm'd andi ' uund that keeping ttcady
J mn y Rafcbit Mal.e a Whole Pn . f'oin il taint a little uitK'tMxm, iht a man i ire job in tc!f. while
Laugh. U rfiit of an uiuonsciou petsoii-al-1 " cert.nniy underett.inated
J. nmy K!d.u had many fneudJ,)' ".t. me iHrvou.ly try J J ' 'J'I f f ujjo..
II .ii,. . .tit. 'U t" control myaelf, but thett an1'11', At eveiy slep 1 lelt a if the
II . i,e bl ( werc loud of l.utl be- , llr,i()t( a,H11,,h ,jl)p (1 whole we gbt.-l tneiin.-on.eiou. nun
cause he wat aUav. cheerful and rt i ,i,r. which ma le my pulae ,:au et'led in. my hand bemat.i
iu i t'l iuii. ruloiy ever th iiiiilit ol ii.iistiut uit i i.ir ami oitv. 'au. i wnen i unaiiy reafneu
Prayer Each Day
bmU waa ever
in ft timm,
pany shipped out nine carloads of
and add them the last 10 minutes, j potatoes, the Welson-Legler Hay and
If this is done, the mixture does not
stick as readily. Add nuts five min
utes before removing from the fire.
Cook until mixture jellies.
Plum conserve: One square bas
ket blue plums. Two medium-sized
oranges, juice and grated rind. One
pound raiins, one-quarter pound
nuts, suc;ar. Cut ptums, remove seeds,
and cook until tender in a very small
amount of water. Measure pulp and
add an equal amount of sugar. Add
raisins the Inst 10 minutes and the
ruts the last five minutes before re
moving from the fire. Cook until
The theory ! proved nnd th 1vtn rmnln.
You ran t hv barberry and ri good
"Community servxe is the rent a
person pays for the space he oc
cupies on this earth," says Walter
Hurr in the Community Program.
1$ there anyone in your community
that pays a higgcr rent than your
Syrneune Member of the executive
Commit tf of tha Uloe County brtftlen'
iuatHWMbti met nt the farm bureau of f lr
r entty lo outline tttntutlve plan for an
Oti.j roumy farm tour to he hitl S.p
1 1 it i her 14 ni l', 't he plana cat. fr a
t..ntc luurh at Arbor iodicet followed by
an triBp ( tu n of the ,'H king tumttw at
ltbpAk i'Uy and tit untlman a dairy. Two
i;ia tt fartna wiicia atl vron.on proje'ita
at in oyrittiiOB will coui,i!w tho two
day tilp- Mov will proltai'ly h mxlt
at the (anna of H.irry Mvvere, Jim Ma-
h me H. U Hrait, Ira llhntrn, W. K. , . fc
rn.wn.nar. iuh iiotwrta. wiiiiam Ktnke. I UintUT canvas makes an excellent
ahh ii.fmi-ra, stiauu broihi'.a, wtiiiam covcriuff for binned pram while
4htn. Wiiu.im J. Wirt hat. Herman Km- tL . rL jc-.aWvUM inr
a. h. ui.uittj, oto etmnty itenaiun 1 the eontrol of grain weevil and bran
aivt, rTiii a rmtkhi aiory et all k.,-.
ixiitf trl din.a siittrut'tvd in In "K'' 1
ha aiy, i tw dim w re firai i'ild L
10 tv aurntitm by i rtd Thomtn of Ne- In j w el!-halancet! farmintf com
Kr,":, H,V"'..';;V"rn'u.n;r,B"r0im..ni.y thrre are from 5m) to l.flOO
lha lrd-r ol in.aa iliin aa l-ut dairy cow per tonhii. How
a.ria a dura, etwul 1 lei m WHmi,, ,(,.,, .,... tounshin h'svi''
a a j t i r. dniAinc . "ay uoe "ir rownsnip nave,
a. .-a r about 1 area ljioa i.i.
si . hum r i u ii ami Ur Hieltin. A h.i l r mi l J h ia !'!".
i.(.r a un it an aKi . ui urai i u..,i iii ..i. it v. a si at He atea i.nli
h.' laaa !.( l'ia lae tU -'HI the! The rrm la. I've hear! II eaul
4 a fcaa fetfil. Ia I'l-iie i Ha r.m. That ai a. cate are tirehrt.
I .1.4 i cll, trm a e"l ei"t s'ia'
it al ih (miini r -.-jlte
Grain company 1 1 cars of alfalfa, the
Carlisle Commission company two
cars of hay, the Gibbon Roller Mills
two cars of mill products and four
cars of flour to New York city for
export, E. J. Woolworth sent three
cars of alfalfa meal, Thomas Minor
four cars of hay, M. C. McConncll
one car of hogs, and the Standard Oil
company one car o.f mules.
Custer County Farmer
Makes Profit on Honey
Broken Bow. George Lambert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Lambert,
near this city, has been giving his
entire attention to bee culture the
past year and this season lifted honey
netting him 1.000 pounds when strain
ed. The young man studied with a
noted beekeeper in southern Canada
for several months.
Farmers' Union Notes
Septic Anemia Seriou.
W. if. K. writes: "I recently read
your article on 'Septic Anemia' and
would be greatly obliged if you will
let me know through your column
the symptoms of this disease. Is it
Sore tongue, soreness of the gums.
sore mouth at times, pallor, shortness
of breath. Examination of the blood
shows a deficiency in both coloring
matter and corpuscles.
It is serious.
Lost Toe Will Not Matter.
' Sport writes: "A week ago I re
ceivvd an injury which caused me
the loss of my little toe. It was cut
off at the front toint.
"Please inform me will it affect
my walking or deform my feet ip
any way, or spoil the shape of my
Assume the line of amputation of
the toe was in front of the ball of the
Asthma Not Contagious.
J. D. C. writes: "Is asthma con
tagious? Do you have to sterilize
dishes before using?"
Asthmatics are sometimes also con
sumptives. That would make a dif
The Farmer's Wife
To sterilize all fruit butters and
similar products after they are put
into the containers, for the purpose
of preventing any molding, spoiling,
or infection, set the container filled
and with the tops on in a vessel fit
ted with a false bottom and deep
my Rabbit; fur hi antics were sure
to make thr (curst fed merry, ami
krep lluiu from ((rumbling if lliey
didn't happen to like the refresh
minis. I'siully, after a partv, the guest
didn't stop laughing for a dav or
two afterwards, on account of the
pranks that Jimmy played.
Of all Jimmy' caprr. the field-and-forest
folk agreed that the fun
niest wa hi mimicking of old dug
Spot. Thi took place at i fancy
drcs ball which Hilly Woodchuck
gave to hi friend in the paturc
To everybody's delight Jimmy
Rabbit bad made himself look a
much a he could like old dog Spot.
He had paintrd big. dark red spot
upon his coat with the juice of
elderberries. He had tied a cat-lail
to hit own stump of a tail. lie wore
a battered hat which hid hi long
ear. And he came to the ball carry
ing a bone in hi mouth.
All the other guests dressed as
kings and queens, clowns and fairies,
farmers, robbers crowded about
Jimmy Rabbit the moment he ar
rived, and rocked with laughter. He
wagped his tail, up and down, caus
ing the cat-tail to bob tiuecrly.
"You don't wag your tail the right
way," Hilly Woodchuck told Jimmy.
"Old dog Sp.it wag his from, side
to side." To tell the truth, Hilly was
a bit jealous of Jimmy and his cos
tume. He wore, himself, his moth
cr s oldest sunuonnct anrj ner scconn
be?t apron. But nobody had laughed
"Is th s better? ' Jimmy Kalmlt
cried. And he spun around quickly,
bringing the rat-tail with a thump
across Billy Woodchuck' nose.
The whole company laughed at
Billv now. And for some reason or
other he didn't realize it in the least.
Sad to say. he flew into a rage and
chattered his teeth at Jimmy Rabbit.
"Sick him, Spot!" Paddy Musk-
rat cried. And Jimmy Rabbit rush
ed at Billy Woodchuck. He couldn't
bark, because he had never learned
how. So he tried to growl. But the
only sound he made was a weak
squeak, which Paddy Muskrat's wife
declared was the funniest sound she
had ever heard,
Mcie briK'jth the torso and hipa, dimiiissed :uv
wlulr Alleu Drake supported the' "W fille through that splendid
shouldit and head. y, Mr, ira'-am." he said p.rfiinc
I aurlfd lotwar.l a they rinrrgrd torily, hi eye upon Tom hrstrr's
fro;ii Ihe kitchen, and Allin Drake, uneoiisrioii face. "And now you
who fame list, put h.. fool i buik and f ,tt,y , Katie if she neck.
.lh a d.lt movement kicked the you. We must get th's boy mi
k.tehrn door .hut. I remembered Pressed am! into bed. Let mr sec.
I there vverying we need lure?"
Madge Overcome Her Fear.
"Put your luii ls mulct death hi
bead, Mr, (iiaham," Allen Druke di
reeled cr sply a I came up to tln in.
"Ileie vi here thi one ol mine is.
'I bat' right. Now I can m.in,igr him
brtiert Are you surefooted? Can
you go upsuir backward?"
"Vi." I was forced to make my
answer laconic. My throat wa to
tiff that 1 could not have brought
another syllable out.
"Good I" Mr. Drake rejoined, "I
want to keep hi head higher than hi
body. There will hardly be any
on hadn't lost h'a temper there'd
have been no trouble at all."
"Ha, ha! He. he!" Uncle Jerry
Mrs. Wood) buck turned upon that
O1 ' "lllTllv.
"I know very well that it' all your
i fan. i a.uihed him. "What bus
iness have you at thi ball? You
L'nele Jerry Chuck hobbled hastily
away. People were laughing at him
nil' r;d that was more than he
ii ie, tun!" taid Mr. Wood
chuck to Hilly. "We won't stay at
the ball any longer. There' a rough
crowd here.' '
"Oh! 1 don't want to leave, ma,"
Billy objected. "Let me stay!"
And Jimmy Rabbit, who wa al
way good-natured, wagged his tail
violently and capered up to Mr,
Woodchuck, saying that he was orry
if he had hurt Hilly and begging her
not to leave.
"Look out for the dog!" cried Ma'
ter Meadow Mouse, who had been
watching the fun quietly.
The whole company shouted gaily
at that except Jimmy Rabbit. He
saw a lanky form lean over the pas
ture wall. And he whisked about and
The rest of the party Mood still,
with their back to the stone wall,
and watched him with cries of glee.
His cat-tail tail struck the ground at
every jump. His "hat, slipping out
of place, let his ears stick up oddly.
And then everybody jumped. A
sharp bark scared the whole com
pany dreadfully. They knew, in a
flush, that the real old dog Spot had
come to the f.iticy dress ball, like
Uncle Jerry Chuck, without an invi
tation. The ball was over in no time. Not
until the next day, when the field-
and-forest-folk counted noses, did
they know that every one had escap
Spot!" Uncle Jerry cd. And they all agreed that it was
Chuck quavered in a shrill voice.
Billy Woodchuck had often teased
him. And he wanted to sec Billy
Now. Jnnmv Rabbit had never
learned to bite anything except a
cabbage, or a lettuce head, or a tur
nip, and such things. He didn't quite
know what to do.
But .Billy Woodchuck could bite.
He darted at Jimmy Rabbit with hi
mouth wide open.
Jimmy s wits always worked quick
ly, ueiore winy knew wnat was
4a hr,TA them I'mte ,i a
tj Happening, jimmy Kabbit had thrust
in the SMm anH slt over the f;r. I the old bone into Billy's mouth. That
Tha Farmera I'nlon state exchange la
sltuwln tirorita fur tha tirst tuna since
the bualneea depression t"Ran in 120,
John llavekost. preaiUent of tha board ol
directors, announced. "The members ol
tha hoard feci." he said, that the turnliia
point for which everybody has looked au
eatcvrly hue t-uuie." The showing la at
trltiutrd o a Wrll sustained patronane and
to riff lil rcnnitmr In operation The .tal
reduction in ekpeneea in the four innntlia
covered by the latest audit waa IIS, 1)1,
Begin to count the time when the
steam starts to escape and after five
minutes for quart or smaller size;
10 minutes for half-gallon sizes, and
IS minutes for gallon sizes, take the
the containers out to cool; then set
them away for ftuture use. This
sterilization takes the place of pour
ing paraffin on the top and insures
absolute protection from mold. Of
course there should be a tiRht cover
fitted on the cointainer before it is
put into the steam.
A good "self raising'' flour can be
prepared by the housewife by add
ing the requisite amount of baking
powder to ordinary flour and sifting
startled youngster's teeth closed upon
it with a snap. And all at once he
began to blubber. He was not used
to bitting bones.
"He has hurt me, ma!" Billy cried
to his mother, who had just come
wa-ldl'ng up. "Jimmy Rabbit tried
: to push this bone down my throat."
' '.S'on nsc!" cried Paddy Musk
rat to Mrs. Woodchuck "If your
Jimmy Rabbit that saved them. If
old Spot hadn't stooped to sniff at
Jimmy's bone he would certainly have
pounced upon at least one of the merry-makers.
How can a good memory best be
developed in children?
As soon as a baby can understand
language, memory training may be
begun by talking about the events of
the day at bedtime, and later by re
calling things of interest after several
days have passed. When he can talk
he should be encouraged to talk about
things he has seen and done in an
accurate way and to "remember"
things of similar interest. Small
children enjoy learning the names of
outdoor things flowers, birds, in
sects and with a little thought on
the parent's part, days out of doors
may give splendid training.
He ran ptaciiced eye over the
room, lingering a second upon the
table drawn up by the bed.
"1 limit congratulate you and Mrs
Underwood," he said. "Everything
He Hepped to the door held it open
for mr, and I sped down the hail to
Katie' room, with the euiltv ton-
ciousiiee that I bad not once
thought of my poor little maid since
t Had lelt her.
I listened at her door fur a iccond,
beard nothing hut the girl' heavy
breathing, modified by a curious
wiiistldig sound whieli I judged to be
the result of the choking the had
received at the hand ol Smith. I
turned the key in the door we had
locked behind us to keep her from
nervous fears, and, opening it toftly,
I wa surprised to see that Katie
with the trace of frightened tear
upon her fare wa fast asleep. Her
mouth was open and tht was breath
ing with tome difficulty, but I aw
that because of her litter exhaustion
the in all probability would not
awaken for hours. I was free to go
to the place of all other I wished to
be, at Lillian' tide in the contest of
wit and wills the was stun ik; with
the man who called himself Smith.
I stooped over Katie, assured my
self again that she was all right un
til the doctor came, then left the
room a noiselessly a 1 had entered
it, again locking the door and made
my way quickly down the stairs to
Outside the door I hesitated, fear
ing lest Lillian might resent my com
ing. And then I remembered that
and she had said, "I don't mind you
folks," and I resolutely turned the
knob and entered the room.
cheerful and self forgetful, temperate'
and )tttt. Stienvthrii lit 10 stand
for the pgm ol the poor, the op
prrtted, tne (ortakeii, aeiinut the 111
tiiU'tiee cf the rich and the tyranny
of the tiowcrftil A nit brimr ti at
bit Id Thy Heavenly Kingdom. All
ll is v e sk for ihr sake of 1 by
dt.ir Sin, Jesn Christ, lo Whom,
with Thee ed the Holy Ghost, let
glory now and forever. Allien.
HKV. JaMe-A fl M IM'.STIN'ITl'tf,
wni I'era, x. y
Woman (Jctn Farm Prize
for IlVaring Tribe of 16
Plois, France. Sept. 10.-"Vcll. tell
me what you have all raised," genial
ly instructed M. Cheron, minister of
agriculture, facing a group of farm
ers at an atcriculttiral expotition here.
"I've raited 10 children," piped out
a little woman iu the group.
Without an instant's hesitation, M.
Cheron pinned on the woman'
blouse the "Medal for Agricultural
to your druggist
The simplest way to end s
corn is Blue-jjay. A touch
stops the pain instantly. Then
the corn loosens and comet
out. Made in a colorless
clear liquid (one drop does
it!) and in extra thin plas
ters. The action is the same.
Pain Stops Instantly
Vegetables that arc blnnchrd and j
then cookctl with butter and other!
ea$onmK am! very little inoishire !
are more s.ivorv and milntitnx than '
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will b mi ditpUy al our howrum
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r a itunn'i I0 '! it r .tii.rt.
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i t t.i all m rri!ury on tha Mac ear.
Orf N int. a r. M.
IstH anal Jackson Street
Amhciv fihrphy S: Son, fcc.
So extra delicious
With frtsh fruits
No other food ha such an appeal on a hot day as Kellogg'
Corn Flakes I They win fickle appetites, they satisfy hungry
folks! As an extra-summer taste thrill, eat Kellogg' with the
luacious fresh fruit now in season. Such a diet ia not only ideal
from a health standpoint, but it ia refreshing!
You can eat Kellogg'a Corn Flalcea
liberally at any meal because they digett
easily. Let the children have all they want
Insist upon Kellogg'a Corn Flake in
the RED and GREEN package that bear
th ignatur of W. K. Kellogg, origi.
nator of Corn Flake. None are genuine
without it I
Alto maknri of
TV tslatV Diaa4 iseslf
kaj, retally aabw4 Uaatiirf.
STOP ECZEMA OR PILES
t'!fa t je ra.f"li treat.) '
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il i i, d s'iirik t Writ
t.f ...., in Kei H.Jf tlldaf,
Clears the Skin
and Keeps it Clear
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