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DAJJRY AND P0ULT11Y.
INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR
OUR RURAL READERS.
IIott EnccfMfnl 1'nrtnr.rs Ojernte The
Department of tlio Fnrm A Vmvr
Hints n to the Cnro of I.lvo 6tock
ft nil Poultry.
How to llarultr) l'lttron.
OW TO HANDLE
patrons Just right
Is somctlmcn a
writes A. Schoon
mnn In tho Ameri
It Is well known
My-K itf tnnt n cneescmuK-
i VJ-J' or, to bo Bucccss-
f J) ful, must have abil
ity to handle pat
rons with "gloves
wnrn. Tho ClieOBO-
makcr who simply oxamlnes tho milk
nnil accepts or rejects without cere
mony has much to learn. When I
was tenchlng school and attending
teachers' Institutes, conducted by our
best stato Institute conductor, his nd
vlse, first, last and n.l tho tlrao. was:
"Study your pupils. Each pupil Is n
law unto himself and must bo studied,
If you would got tho bast results."
Just so, I claim, Is It with chocno
factory patrons. Tho cheesemaker
must Btmly each patron and handlo
him accordingly. Tho cheesemaker
who can make flrst-claBS cnocso in
every respect, but who frequently gots
Into a Janglo with his patrons, cannot
command tho highest wages. Hand
ling tho patrons Just right Is a most
Important part of tho cheesemaker a
I will tell you how I handled a
cranky patron, this spring, where many
a quiolc-tempcrcd chcesomaker would
Early In April I received a vat cf
milk with n strong taint of rotten po
tatoes in fact, I hardly know whether
tho product would bo potatoes or
cheese. Tho next day I took pains to
discover tho rotten potato man, which
wna cnslly done, but I was at sea Just
what to do, ns ho was a valuable
but cranky pntron: and I know I stood
in danger of losing his cimtom If I
should Bay: "This milk you must tako
back; It is way off." I said to my
helper, "Run this milk into a can by
itself nnd, If wo can't make choeso of
It, wo will mako potato dumpllngB. Wo
must visit our patron this evening, and
wo'll havo to handlo him with 'gloves
on. " Promptly nt C p. m., we visited
his home. Wo found him at tho barn
and casually and pleasantly nsked him
to nhow us his cows. Wo talked cows
nnd milk and tcstB for somo tlmo. Ho
scorned pleased to havo us take an In
terest In him and was, accordingly, In
good humor. I said to him, "Did you
over hear ot potatoes) tainting milk?"
"No," said ho. I said, "Rotten pota
toes glvo milk a worso taint than nny
thlug on God's green enrthl" "Is that
bo? Sayl I havo my morning's milk
In tho cellar now, and there aro po
tatoes down there nnd some of them
nro rotten." "Well," said I, "It that
is no, won't you plcaso put your collar
milk In a sepnrato can from tho rest?"
"Yes," said he, "I will." Tho milk was
brought aa promised and was "way
off" bad enough to sicken anyone I
gave him a sip and ho made a wry face.
"Of courso," said I, "that milk I can't
take." And ho willingly took It homo,
n humbler aad a wiser man.
would only be $12 n year. How man?
businesses nro paying 12 per cont7
Poultry will, but $42 not being enough
for a living, tho capital must bo In
crensod. "How much of n honhouso can bo
built for $100? At $2 a running foot, It
Is easy to figure out a DO-foot hennry.
Dlvldo this Into flvo pens, and put ten
fowls in each pen, and thcro will bo
quarters for JuBt forty-flvo hons nnd
"Ono hundred hens nt $2 profit each
would glvo but $200 a year clear money
on tho entire collection. Could ono llvo
on thnt amount?
"But them aro more who only mnko
$1 a head profit than that double tho
amount. It requires experience to
bring out big results, JuBfllko any other
"Now, If our inqulror has somo other
occupation for a living and will start
ns wo suggest ho can gradually build
up n paying business.
"Moral Begin small; go Blow: don't
oxpect too much with little. Rather
BIRTHPLACE OF POTATO.
Thcro Is nrobnblv no branch of tho
poultry business moro profltnblo than
duck raising, yet but comparatively
fow fnrmors will admit these big white
beauties to their premises. Tho wives
would like to keep them, for their
feathers nro light and clastic, nnd
ovory wny as desirable nil gooso feath
ers, and whllo tho goose InyB but fow
eggs tho duck lays a groat many. Tho
great objection raised against ducks 13
that they foul tho horse troughs, and
tho majority of tho eggs nro lost, for
It is of no use to glvo a Pokln duck
nost or nest eggs. Sho lays wherover
To keep ducks successfully and with
out annoyance about watering troughs
n Bmall pen Is necessnry. Their house
need not bo a flno affair nor tho yard
oxponslvo. A fonco two feet high will
hold them, nnd twelvo feet squaro is
amplo for n dozen or fifteen ducks. In
side tho yard may bo placed a trough.
An Inexpensive trough may bo mado
by taking two pieces ot 2x10 scantling
four foot long. Round them up nt each
end llko sled runners. Tako a pleco of
galvanized Iron two feet wldo nnd nail
It to tho rounding Bides of tho scant
ling. To mako It Btronger nail pluces
of 2x4s across each end. This makes
a very convenient trough to clean, for It
can bo rocked back and forth to clean
It. A plpo from tho windmill Buppltcs
ours with water. Our trough hnB boon
in constant uso for six years and looks
good for eovornl years moro. Ducks
soon become accustomed to their home,
and after their gato Is opened In tho
morning It ought not bo opened beforo
10 o'clock during tho haying season
they will' go forth In Benrch or bugs,
etc., but frequent return visits will bo
mado to that trough. Tho eggs should
bo gathered beforo they aro given their
liberty, and they should nlways bo glv
on breakfast In tholr pen.
Tho best food for laying ducks Is
scalded bran and tho table scraps. En
allago will bo eaten greedily by thef
ducks. Raw carrots aro good food.
Very Uttlo grain will bo consumed If
green food nnd table scraps aro fur
nished. Ducklings nro very easy to
mojingo, but n mistake sometimes costs
tho Iobb of n largo flock. They nro best
raised In brooders oven if hatched
under hens. For years wo have an ar
tificial heat for ducks, but wo would do
so If we raised them In largo numbers.
They can stand moro cold than a chick
en, but wo cover ours when tho weather
is bad, only lotting them out of their
box to cat. Wo food them ovory two
hours until they nro several weeks old.
Open water dishes nro disastrous to
Milklnc uuciuings. xnoy get wet, run aver on
Under tho head of milking may bo tholr backs and dlo. Wo havo never
comprised tho cleanliness of tho anl- been very particular what wo fed the
mols and the manner and tlmo of milk- ducklings brend crumbs, cold pota
ing. Tho introduction of separators toes, scalded corn chop nnd table scraps;
TN FASHION'S GLASS.
practically revealed tho necessity for
cloanllness In a cow stnblo. At tho ter
mination of tho process of separating,
a peculiar sllmo is to be found adher
ing to tho sides of tho separator. Its
color varloe from gray to green, brown
nnd oven black. When examined un
dor tho microscope, germs, portions of
plants, hair, soot, linen, havo boon dis
covered, nnd when exposed to tho air
for a short tlmo it putrlfles rapidly. It
consists In reality of dirt, and us such
must Injure tho quality of milk and
butter. In order to keep tho milk as
frco from tho dirt as possible, the cows
ought to bo rubbed down with a straw
whisk on their right hindquarters and
udders boforo they nro milked In tho
morning. During tho nay It la neces
sary to currycomb and brush each ani
mal. Tho best kind of brush to bo used
is the ono rather moro open than nn
ordinary horse brush, but of the best
hog bristle. Tho animals aro first
Bcraped over with the currycomb and
then brushed. In addition tho udders of
nil cows ought to bo washed and dried
beforo milking, and the milkers ought
to dip their hands In cold water boforo
milking each animal. Caro must bo
taken to completely empty tho udder
when tho cow Is milked. In largo estab
lishments whero several milkers aro
employed it io advisable to select ono
or two ot tho moro careful persona to
strip tho cows after they have been
milked. By this means tho carelessness
of Bomo of tho milkers may be correct
ed. Each milker should havo hlo own
stool nnd pall marked and numbered,
and should bo held responsible for tho
cleanliness of the same. Tho milk ought
to bo poured from tho pail Into the milk
can through n doublo hair Btralncr, and
the milk cans ought, It possible, to bo
placed outside tho cowhouse. R. II.
Beamish in Connecticut Farmer.
only feed often nnd keep them clean
L,lco is suro death to ducklings. If
hatched under hons oil their heads ns
soon as hatched. Inbreeding Is a great
cause of falluro in duck raising. Vou
may Inbrced chickens nnd hnvo fair
Buccess. but ducks novcr. They talio fits
and die. It Is poor economy to try io
get on with tho stock on hand to Bave
expense Betsy Trotwood In Western
A aiUtonrl Town Claims ihe Honor
Tint I'roiluclns It. j
Jackson county promises to bo
famous in history ns tho birthplace of
tho Irish potato. Somo of tho local
botanists of Indcpcndcnco havo dis
covered this fact, and hnvo traced the
lineage of tho vegetable, which is now
known to ovory tnblo In the world as
tho "Irish potato," baok to Its birth
place, Llttlo Santa Fo, in tho southern
part of this county, says Kansas City
Star, Tho botanists give the name of
tho plant from which tho potato grow
aa "dloscoroa batata," and feel con
fident in their assertion that tho his
tory of tho potato can bo traced back to
tho town of Llttlo Santa Fe. Dr. Bal
lard, a well-known botanist and geol
ogist, had In his possession yesterday a
plant which ho claimed to bo a speci
men of tho "dloscorca batata," found
at Llttlo Santa Fo. By trnclng tho
plant back somo 300 years tho doctor
says that undoubtedly tho dloscorea
batata was tho progenitor of tho so
called Irish potato. It appears that tho
aborigines of this section know the art
of propagation of plants by cultivation
from their wild state, and by Buch
knowledgo produced tho tuber now so
generally in uso and found on every
"It is a mattqr of history," said the
doctor, "that tho potato was first used
aB an cdlblo by tho Indians near what
is now known ns Little Santa Fo, Jack
son county, Mo. From there it became
an article of barter. Tho edible was so
palatable that Its use spread rapidly
and became common among tho Indians
in Virginia. Tho potato foil Into tho
hands of Sir Walter Raleigh In Vir
ginia, who recognized a good thing
whon ho saw It. Sir Walter took It on
ono of his trips to Europe, and by
reason of tho soil and climate of Ire
land It at onco became a staplo article
of food, henco tho name Irish potato."
BIO VESSELS FOR THE LAKES.
Thoy Will, Kro I.on&, Do tho Groat Hulk
of tho Currying Trsulr.
Plans already formed settle tho ques
tion whether lake stoamshlps 400 feet
long or upward, with a capacity of car
rying G.000 tons of freight nt a load,
will bo common after tho opening of
tho channels twenty feet deep through
all tho shallows between Duluth and
Chi , ago, and tho port3 of Lake Erie.
There Is no longer a doubt that such
monster vesaols will rapidly multiply
within tho next few years, and thoy are
certain to do a great part of the carry
lug trado of tho lakes, perhaps most
of It, beforo the end of the century.
Tho steamships already contracted for
and those which nro certain to bo built
beforo next spring will undoubtedly
so far surpass all vessels now In use
In nblllty to mako money at low rates
for freight that other vessel owners
will bo forced to follow tho pioneers
in this latest Btep forward In the con
struction of splendid lnko carriers.
Even an over-supply of tonnage such
as is vory likely to be tho result, will
not provont tho work of roplaclns
small craft with steamers ot the larg
est slzo from going on steadily. In one
sense It will hasten the change, says
Cleveland Leader. Only tho blgge3t
vcssols can mnko money In such sea
sonB of general over-compotltlou for
cargoes, and In ordor to continue the
business the owners of old boats muat
let them go and put In commission
steamships equal to any on the great
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
fjlv Character to the Hoillco The
Iow-Nocked Bummer Dresses Have
Not Yet Tat In tin Appearance A
Model for Your Gown.
ITH most women
It is safer to give
chnractor to the
bodice by some
unique accessory or
novel cut than to
shorten its top
rashly, and there is
now a fine selection
from which to
choose. Here Is one
in tnis picture, a
fancy waist of dark
bluo crepon, furnished with a yoke of
white guipure underlaid with pale blue
surah nnd finished with a stock collar
of blue satin ribbon, ornamented with
pale blue chiffon rosettes. At either
side of the front are bretelles of folded
pale bluo surah fastened with biff bluo
satin bows, the latter repeated at tho
waist. Between bretelles and shoulders
are Jet bands which end In fringes at
back nnd front. The sleeves have bis
puffs of tho pale blue stuff.
The low-necked dresses that June
promised for July's outdoor wear havo
not appeared as yet In numbers suffi
ciently large to make them seem alto
gether pleasing at first glance. Tho
slight V Is well enough for those who
like it and where throats can bear the
display, but the occasional cases of
overdoing the cut are nothing less than
dreadful. Low neck, except for elab
orate functions, Is not in good taste,
and dresses for afternoon wear or for
evening home use should bo cut out
but a wee bit. Truth to tell, this is a
trying cut, for often a neck that makes
a good showing If exposed well toward
the shoulders is a little awkward about
tho rise of the throat and the portion
that includes "salt cellars" and "col-
edge is a tiny little frill of yellow old 1
lace. The new butterfly sleeve comes
to the elbow and is full yellow tissue ,
heavily weighted with tiny spangles in
bronze, dull green, copper, gray nnd
black, mixed sparingly with gold and
sliver. About the neck goes a trlplo
ruche, tho inner one of closely plaited
yellow thread lace, the next pleating of
tho spangled tulle, and tho last a series
of pale dull rose ribbon loops. So wide
Is the ruche that It sets away out on
the shoulders, and here Is a knot of tho
ribbon that falls In long loops over the
sleeves. A similar knot Is under the
chin, the spangled tulle falling in fluted
plaits to below the bust line. The en
tire effect Is so harmonious that the de
tails noted are all blended Into an ex
quisite crush of cashmere coloring and
glint of barbaric glitter. Such a wrap
will serve to good purpose In topping
off a conventional gown, but It would
Vr -A"" wmwi zm
hardly do for the dress shown here,
whose novelty is all In the arrangement
of its upper part. Made of. white satin;
It is trimmed front and back: with three
plaits, and whenever the satin shows
between the plaits, it Is garnished with
sequins. The blue collar is finished
with a turned down one of white satin,
and the sleeves are trimmed at the top
with six white loops and with scqulned
bands at the wrists.
ranch nnd Orflw Tat.
Yea hal un i otlt. I'von If you riro a slnb
mded. pallid, woi-besuite (Ijspoi'tic If you
H'lnforretllEDstlnn. lnnrothoentivprlon f
food Into rich nnd nourMhlnir I) ood, untl ro
ovor appetite and sleep by iho Kstcnmtlc
uo ot the pretit roi ovatnr or honlth.
Mruncth nnd lioh. IloMoUer'Ftomaph Hit
tor. which nUo remedies iniilnWnl. kidney
nnd rheumatic trouiile, noivousnesi, con
stipation nnrt bMloutncx.
A Oruelal Tet.
"You say j'ou can select a set of cho
rus girls by mall? Get out!"
"Oh, it is easy enough. I just ask
her opinion on ono subject If sho says
that it Is Improper to wear knicker
bockers on the blcyclo, I know that sho
is not Intended by nature for chorus
exhibition." Indianapolis Journal.
Indian oak, ono of tho hardest of woods,
will sink in water.
Manifests Itself in hives, pimples, bolls
and other eruptions which disfigure tho
face and cause pain and annoyance. By
purifying tho blood Hood's SarsapnriHa
completely cures these troubles and clears
the skin. Hood's Sarsnparllta overcomes
that tired, drowsy feeling bo general at
this season and gives strength aud vigor.
Ts the only true blood purifier prominently
in the public eye today. $1 ; six for $5.
Hood's Pills tSSZ ffi2c.cr.tlpj-
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ANATOMISTS ARE PUZZLED.
EW!S' 98 LYE
rOWSEBZD A'JD rEETTOID
Tho itronont and vurtrt Era
mado. Unlike other Eye, It being
ii flno powder and packed In a con
iwltti removable lid, tho contents
aro always rrailr tor no. Will
mako the bt ij perfumed Hard Heap
In 20 minutes trtlhout boUlno. It la
tho beat for clonnslncrwasto pipes,
dlslnfectlntt sinks, cluaets, Trashin?
bottles, paints, trees, etc
Gen. Accnts., rbllaFa.
Dairy Form. Ono point must always
bo kept prominently In mind. Wo may
not know exactly how milk Is produced,
but wo do know that It comes, some
how, from tho food. Tho great dairy
cow must bo able and willing to eat,
digest and assimilate lnrgo quantities
ot food. A largo abdomen Is important,
as it Is nn Indication ot health, vigor,
vitality. Thia suggests tho danger of
going to extremes in Insistence on
"dairy form." Tho cow must bo a good
animal first, that is she must have nbll
lty to well perform all tho functions
necessary to preservation of life and
health. Fineness of bono or goncral
delicacy of structure may fc? carried
too for. Another common -complica
tion in judging puro bred cows Is tho
difficulty In properly apportioning tho
relative lmportanco of breed character
istics nnd general dairy characteristics.
There Is no reason to believe thnt color,
or tho bUo, shape or abujiqo of horns
materially affect tho ability to give
milk, but such things aro taken into
account by tho breeder. Thcro must bo
a considerable modification of definition
of terms in judging different breeds.
That which would bo called small or
flno lu ono might bo called largo or
coarso In another breed. Ex.
Hero's n Colored Man Wlioio Vital Orxnna
Aro Kvorywhoro They Ought Not to He.
Herbert Place, a negro, 27 years old,
! walked Into Bellevue hospital, Now
York, n recent morning and said ho
would llko to bo examined, as his heart
was on tho.wrong sldo of his body. Tho
clerks wero incredulous, but, finding
that Placo was In earnest, ho was re
ferred to the house surgeon. After
ward, In tho presence of the entire sur
gical staff, a thorough examination was
mado of him. It was found that not
only was his heart on his right sldo,
but that his right lung was on his left
side, and tho left lung on tho right
side, the liver was on tho left side, and
tho Bpleen on tho right side. Place is
ot medium height, strongly' built, and
has never been seriously 111 for a day
In his life. Last fall his wlfo urged
him to havo his life Insured, and he
underwent a medical examination. The
insurance doctor discovered the mis
placeraont of his vital organs and re
fused to pass him.
lar bone." This fact merely constitutes
a greater Inducement for n women
who has a pretty upper throat and she
may safely adopt the cut If she wishes
A Slodol for Your Ootvn of I.lncn.
A Jaunty dress of pale blue grass
linen Is shown below and Is an exceed
ingly tasteful model for outing wear,
being at once serviceable and dressy.
Its godet skirt has a panel of white
pique, embroidered with dark blue
linen, while the fitted bodice Includes a
gathered yoke of blue stuff and girdle
like portions of the lighter material,
besides embroidered straps of the lat
ter. Narrow galloon edges the girdle
and the puffed elbow sleeves are com
pleted by embroidered bands, but the
Cross-Bred Fowls. In England qulto
a demand is annually created for cross
breds by tho poultrymen thero adver
tising such, Bhowing that thoy are or
a moro hardy naturo. and that as meat
Cost to Htart.
In sham contrast to tho columns of
rot which aro published la tho ngrlcul- and egg producers they excel tho bird
Ml iia )'.., . '
tural press regarding tho largo profits
to bo roallzed from a few dollars In
vested In tho poultry business, is tho
following from Farm Poultry, In an
swer to a question from a correspond
ent, in which tho editor clearly points
out what margin of profit may reason
ably be looked for;
"Gan the poultry business be started
"Yes, it can be started, but wo imag
lno vo can read between tho lines that
In that start and for that amount of in
vestment our friend oxpects to bo sup
ported, and of course, wants all
the other expenses met. It cannot
bo done. Three hundred and fifty
dollars is no money at all to Invest in
any business unless the operator ex
pects to 'find himself.' Three hundred
and fifty dollars at C per cent interest
would earn $21 a year.
"Is it not a good business that would
Jve 12 per cent interest? Yet that
Until a fow yeaiH ago.
on account of fanciers sacrificing tho
utility points of tho breeds to gain high
scoring fowls, It looked as If a Blmllar
step hud to bo taken In this country.
But the fanciers aro moro careful now,
and wo bellovo that bettor and hardier
stock Is being grown. Wo prefer p.ire
bred poultry, but want them profitable.
Wo do not care for high scores when
wo aio aiming at supplying a market
for table poultry and eggs, and for that
reason tho cross-bred question was
raised. But let tho fanciers continue
to aim at utility and hardiness, and the
bottom will drop out of tho idea of
crossing for profit, Iowa Homestead
Tho government reservation Mack
inaw Island, which was presented to
Michigan by the last congress, has
been formally accepted by th stato
and Gov. Klch has appointed commis
sioners to have charge ot it.
Cllmblnc Mont lllune.
It Is an expensive as well as a very
tiresome undertaking to ascend Mont
Blanc. It costs at least $50 per person,
for by tho law of tho Communo of
Chamounl each strauger Is obliged to
havo two guides and a porter. So far
as tho danger Is concerned. It Is now
reduced to a minimum, but almost
overy year tho mountain claims a
victim. Bad weather Is tho chief thing
feared by the guides, and so swiftly
does It como that a cloudless sky may
In fiftoon mlnutea turn to a blinding
snow-storm which beats you to tho
ground. Thu3 It wa3 that some years
ago a party of eleven persons perished.
Flvo wero found frozen stiff In tho
snow; tho other six still Ho burled In
the Glacier desjBolssons. Forty years
is tho 'time allowed for the glacier to
yield them up In tho valley below,
A French Iilca.
In tho French market and at tjio
family grocery stores of New Orleans
housekeepers doslrlng to make vege
table soup can, with 5 cents, obtain
what is known as a ,fsoup set," consist
ing of a section of cabbage, a few
sprays ot parsley, ono largo potato,
carrot and onion.
Moluilr In I'm or.
Mohair Is another stuff that has
ntrong current liking and It is shown
In linen color with tiny colored stripes.
Outing rigs are made with facings and
linings to match the stripe and with
charming effect. Blnck mohair or brll
Hantlne is also much In vogue. It is
being made up with all the elaboration
proper to silk, which seems very bad
taste, but, on the other hand, a black
mohair made with full plain skirt that
clears the ground, a loose front bodice,
with a high collar finished with a pair
of Jet buttons and with Jet buttons
down the middle box plait. Is a most
suitable gown for traveling wear. Black
always looks well If It can be kept free
from dust, and brllllantlne "wlpea oft
Just like a china plate." as ono enthu
siastic admirer expresses it.
Regulates the bowels: aunts dentition;.cures dla
rhea and dysentery In the wont forms; cure
canker sore throat; Is a certain preventive of diph
theria; quiets and soothes all pain; Invigorates tho
stomach and bowel; corrocts all acidity; will cure
griping in the bowels and wind colic. Mothers, try
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fandt fines and will V
l for free book, and
symptom blank. II
Y,l'ktr by mall. Af
standing collar Is plain. Llnons of
many kinds aro found In the host of
summer fabrics and gowns from them
dot the summer promenade, but few of
thorn aro as attractive as this esajnple,
which Is woll worth keeping In mind.
Plaid silk lining still makes th( de
mure rig dazzling In unexpected places.
To be Just right the silk petticoat
should be of tho same plaid. That you
may be proved above the economy of
one eton Jacket dress that Is to be worn
with a change of shirt waists- you may
have the eton lined, with silk to match
that of the silk shirt waist. But you
won't do that if you are wise, and It Is
much nicer to be wise than to be- rich.
With costumes of white duck and
linen the summer girl will don cooks'
caps and Tarn O'Shanters of the dress
stuff. The advantage of thoso over the
visor stylo of cap Is that they can so
to the wash with the dress.
Wraps That Aro Men' lie pair.
Summer wraps are for the most part
mere nufierles of frill with foundation
of delicate silk or a bit of rich brocade.
When they aro oft they resolve them
selves Into a bewildering frou-frou that
is tho despair of the unfortunate man,
who has to adjust the wrap on tho pret
ty shoulders waiting for it. Once on
the shoulders it takes shape, though the
outline Is none too severe. A favorite
model showB a bolero, cut very long,
the nolnts coming below the waist in
I exquisite brocade, traced with cash
l mere colors. All around the bolero's
Tho gout 13 a lame excuse for pro
fanity. Women are said to be always look
ing In the glass. Men seldom do unleoa
there Is something tc drink In It.
Men are very much Inclined to ac
cept a pretty woman at her face valu.
The young man's resolutions to qjlt
using tobneco usually end In smoke.
The principal reason why thoso thin
wafors you get at a church supper are
called oyster fritters Is because you
fritter away so much time looking for
Girls who wish to have small, pretty
shaped mouths, should repeat at fre
quent Intervals during the day: "Fan
ny Finch fried floundering fish for
Frances Forbes' father." Tho frequent
repetition of "stewed prunes" Is Bald
to bo likewise effective.
A married woman's description of an
Ideal man Is a picture of the kind sua
CI. EUCS SUHt CUSE CO.. n CUT5N ELE3.. CWCJXJ.
bold It alldiUSKl ts.
I i H ii 'lil
The lest nerve regulator known. It
cures nervous prostration, restore
nerro-vltal and sexual powers. BMII
Vila lllmi i uercer's.) soiu uy luen-
nrdson Drug Co. and E. E. Bruce &
Lo., Omaha, Xfob., nnd nil druggists.
The best known combination to build I
un weak people. 1111 Amuiulc 1
H'iiisc lAiercers.l csoia uy iucuaru-i
son urug fo. nntt ts. is. uruce a lq.,
Omaha, Neb., and all druggists.
ACADEMY ofthe SflGRED HEART
Th course of lmtim tlon In tbt Academy. conducted
by the Itcllglouiot Ibe bacied Unit, embrace lb
hole lanire ot subject owes aty tocon.tltulea.ulU
and retlne d education. 1'roprUty of depot t.KBt. per.
roiialreitnejeand tba principles of morality am ob.
iecttot uim lt attention KitriMe ground af.
lord the put llvery facllltv tor ulul bodlyexer
eUei tbelc health I. an ob.e't if ounetanl toMWUde,
nl In lrknei tliey arealttn .! with meternal cara.
Veil tetut opera Tuesday, 8eH Si r luitberp&r.
ilcular., addiM 1'"K Nl'I'rlllOlt,
Academy unrrril Heart, ht. Joarph, 31o.
Clcatuei and Ututine the bslr.
l'romotes a luxunent growth.
Neecr xii!2 to Beit ore Gray
Xlair to lta Youtbtul Color.
Ctuce ecaip ilitetus u bslr tallies.
Examination and Advice as to Patentability ot
InvrutlO.0 bend for "Inventors' Guide, or How touts
sTraunl" FATSC! 0 TiSZZ'JL. T7ASHiaaTOf. P. 0.
XV. N. IJ., Oninltn-aa, 1803.
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mention tlifi paper.
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