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A large can and a small cost
or even less expensive than Calumet the high-quality, moderate-price
kind. It certainly cannot make it as good. Don't judge baking powder in
this way he real test the proof cf raising power, of evenness, uniformity,
gw wholesomeness and deliciousness will be found only in the baking.
is a better baking powder than yon have ever used be
fore. And we will leave it to your good judgment for
proof. Buy a can today. Try it fer any baking pur
pose. If the results are not better if the baking is not
lighter, more delicious, take it back and get your money.
Calumet is medium in price but
handsome recipe book,
Calumet Received Highest
World's Pure Food Exposition
POOR DEAL IN HIGH FINANCE
Farmer Divided Profits with the Sell
ers of Dressed Meat, and
Speaking of the present prosperity
of the farmer. Assemblyman Warren
Pine of Riverside, related a little story
at Trenton the other day which would
seem to indicate the agriculturist is
not always far-.seeing with regard to
Some time ago. Mr. Pine said, he
w-as on a train and overheard the con
versation of two farmers who were on
their way to Trenton. First they
talked about the dry spell they had
last summer, then the game laws, and
finally one of them r-marked that he
had heard that Josh Hankins had had
his annual hog killing.
"Yaas," returned the other with a
chuckle, "and he didn't do a gosh
dastcd thing but bunko himself good
"How did he bunko himself?"
queried the first, wonderingly. "He
got a good price fer 'em, didn't he?"
"Yaas," answered the second, with
another gleeful chuckle, "that was
ther whole derned trouble. He got
such a good price fer 'em thet he
sold titer whole bloomin' lot, an' didn't
keep none for his own eat in."
"Ye hev kind o' got me. Hill." was
the puzzled response of the first. "Ye
will hev ter come again."
"It Is as easy ter see as slippin' off
a greased log." said Hill. "He sold
all them hogs at $10 a hundred, an"
now he Is buyin' them back fer his
table in pork chop an' scrapple lots
nt somcthin like 20 cents a pound."
IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA
"No tongue can tell how I suffered
for five years with itching and bleed
ing eczema, until I was cured by the
Outicura Remedies, and I am so grate
ful I want tho world to know, for
what helped me will help others. My
body and face were covered with
sores. One day it would seem to be
hotter, and then break out again with
the most terrible pain and itching. I
hnvn lippn cfpV cm-oral ftmou fm
never in my life did 1 experience such
awful suffering as with this eczema. I -
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near at hand, and I longed fomthat
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time wncn l would be at rest I had ,
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tried many different doctors and medi-
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anes without success, and my mother
brought me the Cut.cura Remedies. in -
sis ting that I try them. I began to
feel better after Uie first bath with I
Cuticura Soap, and one application of i
"I continued with the Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment, and have
taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. This
was nine years ago and I have had
no return of the trouble since. Any
person having any doubt about this
wonderful euro by the Cuticura Reme
dies can write to my address. Mrs.
Altio Etson. !)3 Inn Road, Rattle Creek,
Mich.. Oct 16. 1909."
Weak Spot in His Defense.
A religious worker was visiting a
southern penitentiary, when one pris
oner in some way took his fancy. This
prisoner was a negro, who evinced a
religious fervor as deep as it was
gratifying to the caller.
rOf what were you accused?" the
prisoner was asked.
'ley says I took a watch," an- j
nwered the negro. "I made a good
fight T had a dandy lawyer, and he
done prove an alibi wif ten witnesses.
Don my lawyer he shore made a
strong .speech to de jury. But it wa'n't
no use. sah! 1 get ten years."
"1 don't see why you were not ac
quitted," said the religious worker.
"Well, sah." explained the prisoner,
"dere was shore one weak spot "bout
my tleft use dry found de watch in
my pocket." Tit-Bits.
Sunday School's Want Ad.
There is a chtirfh in Rrooklyn that
has adopted a novel scheme for en
largina; its Sunday school. It adver
tises lor boys and giris to come to it.
In the shop windows in the neighbor
hood of the church one may see pla
caids, such as are used lor adverti
sing cntcrtaimiu nt of various kinds,
that bear the legend:
"Wanted Hoys and girls to join our I
I'low this are set '
forth the advantages that will come i
to the ioung lolk who attend the
Doing Two Things at Once.
A man hurried into a quick-lunch
restaurant recently and called to the
waiter: "Give me a ham sandwich!"
"Yes. sir." i-aid the waiter, reaching
for the sandwich. "Will you eat it or
take it with ;ou?"
"I'oth," was the unexpected hut ob
vious reply Ladies" Home Journal.
DO NOT AlCn'T A l ISM'ITrTI'
ftfn wi u.int I'' rri' ' i i'iir. .i-iwshicir
:3si:wl for rliennu".-iu. n-ura'.i:i t ar i -in-Lir
tnmll-v. 70i-ar-inconv!ant av. ... jial .-.
One should taice care not to -tow
too wise for so jn"eat a pleasure ot life
a laughter. Addison.
IjowN Sir.slc I'mdor trivf- a man wiut
h- wiids, a iii-ii. :iie!!ou--.itiii cipir.
Take from my mouth ihe wish f
happy years. Shakespeare.
Big Can Baking
Powder i Only Big in Size-Not'
in Satisfaction Not in Economy
does not make baking powder cheap
great in satisfaction.
"Here's de funniest joke I ever seen
in a paper!"
"De weather man predicts warm
and clear fer to-day."
THIS TELLS THE STORY.
Uncle Sam's Breakfast Food Co.,
After using "Uncle Sam's
Brjakfast Food" for the past three
weeks I felt like I must write and tell
you what a mistake you make in not
advertising your excellent food.
It ought to be advertised in every
newspaper in the country.
I can net praise it too highly for the
great benefit 1 have derived from the
use of it.
Have had stomach and bowel trou
ble for years. 3iit feel now this food
is going to cure me.
i lecommenu il io aw my inends j affirmative nod. he gave her ado
who have any stomach trouble, but rette and a match. Deftly she r5L
sonic of them tell me they are not able
to procure it from tiieir grocers, say
they never heard of it.
Wishing you all the success possible,
I I am yours respectfully.
We certify that the above is a true
copy of the original and was not so
licited. U. S. BF. F. CO.
A game of chance in which the
chances are about even. The man
leads at first, but after leaving the al
tar lie usually follows breathlessly in
his wife's trail. The rules are very
confusing. If a masked player holds
you "-V ?omnjf at the end of along
?,,nltt,s. f ed JPbbe,f- a"d T
you to telephone the police, but if your
w,fe holds you up for a much larger
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amount the next niorniii'r nt the end of
i . , .- ,
a long hug. it is termed diplomacy,
, . i r , ..
a,)(j colints ,n ncr favor. In this, as in
olher s of ,,f wivcs arc usual,
anoveu more prlviIcses tuan other
Financial Loss Through Tuberculosis.
Based on the census of 1900, it is
estimated by the Xational Association
for the Study and Prevention of Tu
berculosis that nearly 100.000 children
now in school will die of tuberculosis
belore they are IS years of age, or j
that about G.-100 die annually from
this disease. Estimating that on an
average each child who dies of tuber
culosis has had six years of schooling,
the aggregate loss to the country in
wasted education each year amounts
to $1,152,000. According to investiga-
.tne!i i v -nX ne, -,T! '
Stockholm. the percentage of children j
who are afflicted with tuberculosis is
much larger than the death rate would
A Natural Question.
James J. Corbett, in the smoking
room of the Mauretania, praised the
"style" of Jim Jeffries.
"It's a neat style," he said; "neat,
quick, to the point. It gets there like
the remark of a little girl who said
to the minister in the course of a
quite interminable call:
" 'Did you forget to bring j'our amen
with ou, doctor?"'
Master Since your wife died vou
1 have sot drunk every day. You had j
bene- prt married again at once.
Servant Oh. sir. leave me yet a
month in my grief.
A scientist claims that hogs have
souls, but he probably doesn't mean
i hose who occupy two double seats in
a crowded railway car.
Any woman can make an impres
sion on a man who has either a soft
heart or a soft head.
It is easy to see the silver lining of
other people's clouds.
ie more you eat
the better your health
ments with athletes
show Qjiaker Oats
to be the
SEES KIN IX PHOTO
Chimpanzee Recognizes the Pic
ture of One of Its Kind.
Gazed Intently at Features and. with
Evident Recognition, Implants on
Card Affectionate Kiss and
Harrisburg. Pa. An Incident sug
gestive of Darwin's theory of man's
monkey ancestry occurred here In the
remarkably "human" conduct of a
trained chimpanzee exhibited before
Dr Samuel G. Dixon, state connnis
Eioner or health, and eminent among
American zoologists and scientists.
This anthropoid, "Lady Betty," by
name, was seated in the commission
er's private office calmly smoking a
cigarette when Dr. Dixon, merely to
see what the effect might be. handed
her a photograph of one of her own
species a copy of one In the collec
tion presented the American Academy
or Xatural Sciences by Dr. Thomas
"Lady Betty" took the picture In
her right "hand," turned in her seat
to get the most favorable light upon
it. gazed Intently at the features, and
then, with every Indication of pleased
recognition, pressed it to her lips, iiu
planting upon It an affectionate kiss.
After which she gracefully handed
It to the scientist. leaving him and the
office assistants who were witnesses
of the proceedings amazed at such au
exhibition of human attributes.
'I picked tin the nhotoKranh." said
Dr. Dixon, "arid handed it to her. She
tock the picture, turned it around
carefully to get It in the right posi
tion and moved her body into first
one position and then another, in or
der to get the proper light upon the
picture. She studied that photograph
as Intelligently as any human being
could have done. Suddenly she kissed
"In succession the photographs of a
gorilla and other anthropoids were
given her. She looked at them, but
made no such move of recognition or
Accompanied by her owner ami
trainer. "Lady Betty" had entered the
room with grace and dignity and with
out a word of command, had walked
up to Dr. Dixon and shaken hands
with him. He asked her to be seated
and she took a chair beside his desk.
Her trainer then asked ir she would
"".. uu ii response to an
a light, and after making the desired
use of It. blew It out. Then she
looked around for some place to put
the burnt stick, of which she was re
lieved by the trainer.
It was at this juncture that Dr
Dixon thought of the photographs In
his desk. His long association with
the Philadelphia zoological gardens,
of which he has for many years been
vice-president, has brought him In
contact with many members of the
monkey family, and he has made a
special study of the alleged relation
ship between that group of animals
and human beings. That he had no
thought of in any way arousing "Lady
Betty's" Interest In the photograph Is
best evidenced by his own statement:
Fitting Them for Career of In
dependence In Colonies.
Lady Ernestine Hunt, Daughter of
Marquis of Ailesbury, Establishes
School to Teach Rising Gener
ation Useful Arts.
London. Girls who have left board
ing school have a great deal to learn
before they aro fitted to seek a career
of independence In the colonies of the
That Is why Lady Ernestine Hunt.
daughter of the fifth marquis of Ailes-
br'-h(as founded a colonial training
i00?01 fo &lrls at Co ". near
She Is herself the acting principal
of the school, and her aim Is to give
girte of IS and upward training In
those subjects which will be of most
use to them in "fending for them
selves and their homes, whether In
the colonies or In England."
These subjects are highly practical,
and include housewifery, home nurs
ing, first aid, darning, riding, cooking,
bedmaking. stable work and garden
ing Cosham house was found to be a
delightfully situated residence, sur
rounded by seven acres of meadow
and orchard, with boy scouts impart-
inS a piece of the adventurous
girls' term has not yet begun and
Lady Ernestine, who taSes great inter-
est in boy scouts, has allowed one of I
the Portsmouth patrols the free run
of the school and its grounds for a (
How to Live
Massachusetts Doctor Says Man Can
Subsist on Twenty Cents a Oay
Gives the Menu.
Cambridge. Mass. In the midst of
j all tho agitation ever high prices and
the meat boycott. Dr. Franklin Whits,
of the Harvard Medical school, rises
to remark that neither of theie supposed-to-be-present
cause the workingman one whit of
Dr. White says that the ordinary
healthful workman can live, on the
outside, on 20 cents a day and grow
fat. harbor his present strength and
add constantly to it in fact, obtain j cent; oleomargarine. 2 cents; syrup,
as much nourishment out of his cheap oae cent. Total four cents,
fare as his more fortunate brother; Lunch. Potatoes, two cents; oleo
who cats up $2 a day. margarine, two cents; smoked' herr-
Americans sadly neglect nourish- ir.g. one cent; cocoa shells and milk,
ment in their foods, looking rather for J two cents. Total, seven cents.
:he flavors and relishes rather than I Dinner. Beans, three cents- non
.he muscie-buiidins qualities i toes three cems. eo two 'cents-
Dr. White advocates ihe dried her-' bread, one cent. Total, nine centa.
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American exposition to be Leld
UruruUer is the son of George Brtimder a pioneer German newspaper pub
lisher ot Milwaukee He Is associated with ms father in the management
or the various papers controlled by the Urumuer lamlly. these including the
Gennan:a. a weekly, and the two dailies, the Geruiania A bend post and
the Herold. The Brumders also bold a coniiolitiig interest in the Ger
mauiu National bank
"I simply passed her the picture in
a spirit of curiosity," he said. 'The
result of my act was as amazing to
me as to the others near by. So -far
as I or any of those at hand could ob
serve, the trainer made no sign to the
chimpanzee, and even if he had. the
animal was so engrossed with the pic
ture as not to have caught any signal
that might have been given. Certain
ly no word was spoken.
"It was all as naturally human as If
I had handed a picture of some person
to a relative sitting where 'Lady
Betty' sat It would seem to me to
evidence a form of affection unknown
among any but human beings, and I
regard It as the most remarkable ex
perience I have ever had with an an
thropoid." The refined manners of the chim
panzee especially Impressed Dr. Dix
on. At no time did she commit the
slightest breach of the strict etiquette
which governs the drawing-room.
When others were speaking she made
no effort to obtrude herself upon their
attention, her manners being equal to
There were three horses In the
stnble for girl colonials to ride, and
tne space where next summer the
girls will be able to sleep under can
vivs was pointed out.
Riding will be taught, both side
saddle and astride, and single and
pair driving, while girls who desire it j
may learn stable work.
Lady Ernestine has traveled and re
sided In Canada. South Africa and
Australia, and is a well-known advo-'
cate of emigration for properly quali
fied and educated girls.
Whea they are weary of single life '
in the colonics, they will not lack of
fers of marriage, for there are hun
dreds of eligible Britons eager for
such capable helpmeets.
Discipline and Industry are Insisted
upon, and two references are required
from each Intending pupil, in addition
to parental Introduction.
Girls who do cot wish to go to the
colonies will be qualified to become
housekeepers In large households or
Xo servants will be kept at Cosham
park, and the girls will do tho menial
as well as more ornamental work.
"Thorough" is the motto of the
Terms last from three to six months,
and the fees, including everything but
laundry and doctor, are made as mod
erate as possible, for middle class
girls who have had a good school edu
cation ar? specially welcomed.
Every girl must bring a supnly of
aprons, glsss cloths, ccoking sleeves,
gardening gloves, strong boots and
Three hunts met In the nelghbor-
ring as a neglected delicacy, and says
oleomargarine is a safe substitute for
The old-fashioned oatmeal finds fa
vor in his eye. and the potato also has
Its saving moments. The Boston
baked bean also enjoys a high place
in Dr. White's estimation. The doctor
does not. however, believe In doing
away entirely with meat, but thiuks
it should be eaten at one meal In
Dr. White's favorite menu, which
should prove a solace to the hungry
Breakfast. Cornmeal mush one
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on his recent appointment by int? state
honorary cou.inisiouer general to the
In Berlin the coming summer Col
the best current in society, and she
acted as a model which many men and
women could emulate to advantage
"As she was leaving." said Dr. DIx
on, "she took my hand most gracious
ly. I said 'gcod-by.' and she very evi
dently endeavored to imitate me.
working her lips and mumbling. The
iack of development of the center of
speech, which we know to exist In the
chimpanzee, accounts for the mum
bling, but there was the palpable at
tempt to emulate the persons of whom
she was taking leave."
Gives Old Faneuil Rafter.
Philadelphia. Serge Edwin E.
Snow of the Ancient and Honorable
Artillery Company of Boston, came
here the other day with a piece of
the original oak rafter of Faneuil balk
which he presented to the city of
Philadelphia to be placed in Inde
Sergt. Snow said the relic was a
"present from the famous old ball of
Boston to the famous old ball In Phil-
hood, swimming hatha are easily
reached, there Is a tennis court In the
grounds, and the long line of the South
Downs fills the northern horizon a
BELT CONTAINS MANY HIDES
Southern Sawmill Company Gets
Largest and Most Expensive Ever
Made in Country.
Xew York. The largest and most
expensive leather belt ever made has
Just been completed In New York for
the Great Southern Lumber Company
of Eogalusa. La.
It Is of three-ply leather. 240 feet
long, six feet wide, and it took the
hides of 540 Texas steers to furnish
the material. It has been shipped to
the owners, the express charges being
$243.07. The belt Is Intended for driv
ing the large band saw. Its extraordi
nary length Is due to the fact that the
ground conditions of the mill are such
that the engine has to be a good dis
tance from the mill proper. If a belt
that long was made any thinner or
narrower It would not stand the re
sistance It encounters.
Judge Is Charitable.
Richmond, Va. Moved by the pa
thetic testimony of Hunter Ingram, s
14-year-old boy, brought before him
in police court the other day, charged
with having stolen a loaf oT bread,
which the youngster said he wanted
to tnke to his mothher, who was
starving. Judge John J. Crutchfield or
derod a collection taken up In court
for the boy and his mother. Passing
around the hat. the bailiff obtained
from those present in court the sum
of $15. the Judge having dropped in a
crisp five-dollar note. The case
against Ingram was dismissed.
PUPILS ARE RAISING POULTRY
Object of Movement in Oregon Is t
Provide Outdoor Occupation for
Portland, Ore. Portland school
children arc being interested in poul
try raising. Prizes are offered for
the best chickens. An association of
the young poultry fanciers has been
formed under the direction of the lo
cal Y. M. C. A. and the State Agricul
tural college, and a great deal of Inter
est Is being shown in the work by the
Objects of the movement among
school children are to provide health
ful outdoor occupation for them after
schot.: hours and in this way to stim
ulate egg and poultry production.
Chicken raising is profitable here.
but it Is being neglected. By arous
ing interest among the school chil
dren It Is thought the present lack
will be overcome in future.
Much preaching is attempting to get
water by nclisbins the faucet.
of the most
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fAMRY IAXAJIVES .AND HAVE
LED TO ITS GENERAL USAGE
W1IH THE MOST UNIVERSAL
TO GET ITS
FOR SALE BT ALLIEADING DRUGGISTS
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A Pause in Devotions.
"Mabel!" called her father, outside
her bedroom door. There was no an
swer, so he called again. Still no re
ply. He pushed open the door, which
was not completely shut, and reach
ing for the button, turned on the lights.
Then he saw Mabel. She was kneel
ing at the side of her bed in her night
gown, in the attitude of prayer the
attitude, that is. as to kneeling. But
she had raised her head at the inter
ruption and paused in her devotions
to blaze at him with a face flushed
"Gee whiz, daddy! Can't a woman
say her prayers?"
Then she bowed her head again,
piously, and daddy, properly rebuked,
slipped noiselessly away.
Opera the Great Leveler.
At one of the Wagner operas a few
days ago a woman nudged her friend
and said: "Who is that distinguished
man bowing to you over there?" Her
friend looked in the direction desig
nated and smiled in a return greeting.
"That's my butcher," she said. "I see
him here quite often. When I go mar
keting in the morning we always dis
cuss the opera. He's a German, you
know, and really knows a lot about
other things besides cutting meat."
New York Sun.
Wa offer Om Hundred Dollars RewirA tar aay
eaae ot catarrh that cannot bo cured by Ilaira
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the tradersfeccfd. have known F. J. ctoney
for the last 1 yrsr. mnd believe him perteetljr hon
orable In all bustnras transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm.
Waloino. Kixxan A Makwt.
Wholesale Drozrtsts. Toledo. O.
nairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, arttnc
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
pyrtem. Testimonials sent free. ITfcc 75 ceata per
bottle. Sold by all Druestats.
Taae Hairs Family Plila lor coostlpaUoa.
So you wouldn't let Bombazine liill
sit on the jury that tried the horse
"Xo." answered Three Fingered
Sam. "wc do things fair and square
in Crimson Gulch. Dill's a good man.
but the fact that he runs the only
undcrtakin business in the county
couldn't help projudicin' him some
agin the defendant."
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op known composition. Ask voua NPiciiBoBS. Thcymust know of many cures
made by it during past 40 years, right ia your own neighborhood.
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
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SPOHM MEPICAP. COCumlmaadcglcmuu, Coshen, !n&,U.S.A.
Proapt Relief- Pemuut Cv
LIVER PILLS at
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able act rarely
testto KBprcwe the complcxioa brightea
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GENUINE mat bear sigratcrc :
is not a "food" it is a medicine, and the
only medicine in the world for cows only.
Made for the cow and, as itsnameindir.-itYs.
a cow cure. Barrenness, retained after
birth, abortion.scours. enked odder, and all
similar affections positively and quicftly
cured. No one who keeps cows, whether
many or few, can afford to be without KOW
KUKE. It is made especially to keep rows
healthy. Our book "Cow Stoney" iwnt FUEE.
Ask jour local dealer for KOW-KTJKl or cu!
to the manufacturers.
DAIRY ASSOCMTIO: CO. Lmtfontil'e. VL
rl Cured by Electropodes
Vew Electric Treatment. Hctal bsoles cra
laUde slices. Body becomes mazae! nerre the
connecting; wltet. Pasilire cere for Rhcum4tiso.
Neuralgia, ltocfrrte. Kidney as Liver cm
pUIats. Only ft.CS pair. Cionstre sleseit with
eath site. 11 Elrctrojoiles tail to core, money re
turned. II not at jeer Uroiifat's tend us 1.C0.
W trill see that ran st supplied.
WESTON ELECIROFODB COk
MTLMAwriaSC, LA elw.C.1.
Turlock Irrigation District
The T.ANT) of SUNSHINE and OPPOR
TUN1TIKS. Healthful Climate. A-l land.
ABUNDANT WATER at low ral.
Poaches. Apricots, Kijcs. Olives. Swrct
Potatoos. Alfalfa and Dairying nay tv:
tor than $100.00 por acre yearly. Writ
for illttstrotod bwoklot.
DEPT. B. TURLOCK BOARD OF TRADE. Torfock. Cat.
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W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 10-1910.
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