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OF INTEREST '
Theie nre scores of farms on which
nothing hnl duks are rained, nml
these iluik farmers claim that It Is
more luontable than any other
liraiirh of the (poultry business.
The rich, sweet flavor of joting
iliickn Is Increasing the demand, and
In many of the eastern markets they
are preferred to spring chickens.
They uro very hunly, eny to raise,
good layers, less subject to disease,
no II e; honcn the mortality 1m great
ly reduced from that of all) other
vnrlnty t fowls.
Itvduck eggs iiie h.itcheil In nn
Incubator, which Is done with the
very best results, they require the
tamo heat us hen-ggs, but mine
molshfre. It takes one week longer
to hatch them ftinu hen eggs, ami
attire same ns for chicks, l'eeil noth
ing until 24 lo 30 hours old. l'lnst
glo them n few droya of water using
great rare not to let them get wet.
they should be hatched by them. ', . , ,,' .,' "" ," '" , a beginner that If he would give
selves llefore taking the tin kllngi I1,1',"' ""' f ""(1 Jll,Jr M"n'ta half the good treatment to the nfu
nut of tho Incubator they shnu'd be ' "f ,!,tn,rc""c- tbn" lo ""i' nest, a ,jrell Umt WM w ve 0
thoroughly dry; then remove Ihem rlef, "ckll1 """ r,e "r to Home new breed, he. would bo as
lo the bro.ler-nnd tun the temper- ll h"" "-V"",,to Cou,"y " greatly ..irp.Ued over the results.
Never allow joung ducks water to'.. . ",,.,,.. ... ,'..,. ,.
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swim In until nfjer' they begin to I
leaner cmi wciij w en co unit. for flom 24 , ,g 1(mr8 fter haul,
weeks old butrthey mint hnvo at!nRi
all times before them water to drink
and wash out their bills. After they
are two weeks old It Is of the great
est Importance that the water dlshoi
nre deep, enough to allow the )oiiug
ducks to dip their bills well under
water. If the nostrils of the count;
ducklings become stopped wllh nny
Hiibutnne feed or mud they can
not breathe and will die for want of
If ou wlsh.to nil no them ijillckly
for market purposes, feed In the fol
lowing way: Kqiint parts tit bran,
rhorts and corn meal; mix well with
water, hut not too sloppy. Teed tills
mixture from four to six tihles it
day, all they want to cat, a till re
move what is left. To the above,
mix 10 per cent, ot beef scrnpi twi"e
a day and also at least once a day
some green siurT, such as onions, cut
grass, steamed cut clover or alfalfa
meal. You cannot feed too much
green food, Keep grit In shnllow
boxes or hopper feeders In front of
them all the time.
The quickest and best results have
been obtained when the ducklings
nre confined to a small run. If they
are fed In the above described man
ner, they should get their first full
coat of feathers In about nine weeks
and weigh from live to six pounds.
five to six pounds, i
dy tor the markets
They nre now rea
MISS MARY HABRIMAN, C. C. RUiVfSEY,
, R. W. GOELEf AND THE HARRIMAN HOME
I MQTHERTpRESmc yTJk. RHBH
NEW YOUK, May .Miss Mary
Harriman, eldest of tho children of tho
late K, II. Harriman, who has been I
married to Charles Cnry Ruiusey, soni
of Laurence I). Ilumsey of UuRalo.
This marriage Is tho I exult or n ro
mance between tho capable daughter,
or me great tinancler and n young
scull tor "I proml8o. .Mr. ttiimsoy Is
(he son of a successful business man,
but has given nil his attention to art,
lie has for snmo years spent most of
his time In this city working at sculp
ture and has been seen Ii tt lo even by
his friends at tho Harvard club. Near
ly all this time was spent In a little
studio at the top of an old faHhloned
building a't 55 East Kirty-nluth street,
between Park and Mndlson avenues.
Ha first met Miss Harriman four years
ago at the Meadowbrook club races.
Later ho undertook some work nt Mr.
Harrlman's now house nt Arilvu, Miss
Harriman waPher father's confidant
In many of his business arfalrs and
was trained especially to understand
the management of the estate nt Ar-
den, Mr, Harrlman's confidence In her
Judgment was so great that ho made
her ono of tho executors of hla great
.estate. She has been tn active charge
and bring high prices.
If ducklings are raised In large
numbers, the picking of feathers will
n;i.i - V-r T7
cracked or coarse giound corn. Keed
thuy might be feu, fur n change, some
this mainly to ducks )ou want to
keep for brocileis after )ou,hnve
m.irketi'd the young mock. M. '.
Iliown, In American Cultivator
Morris Stevens of Kait Unity baa
a eiy aesthetic llltlu scahrlght hell
who will lay her eggs In no olhir
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white bedMu the upper chamber.
Mlhj lllddy wends her way to the
The Rearing Chicks.
lleai in mind that eggs from the
No food should be
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irliptl nl nil
liii n ttlin enii Wn rf ttnifi t ntiit tit 111
ay for most of their feed consumed. T"',1, ,r ? V. , ' "v"
No water should bo given them '? fk M XWL U "
to swim In until fully fea.hered out. " J' T'. , Iff? S T VI'i
After they ,,ro nve or six weeks old. " ""- T""fd '? .th? '?
Keep all clean about the chicks treatment,
straw or nit clover In 'brood coop'i ' ,
sweet and rleun. Water Is gleen In A UncoI1 ,., ,, ,,,, lal ,ad
a perfectly Bjoureil. clean vessel kept n egg mt TOIltn11Pll tWci perfectly
In shade, cool Ami fresh formed-eggs. In tho outer one there
red frequently what they will ea wn8 11() ,,, bul , ,.
only and In variety. Alwas feci erfept egR nut , bz(( of fl rol).
rome green stuff every day. ,. p(!g Tll,8 cot.ta,I1C(i ,.0,k nnd
rlne grit nnd charcoal of course. nlso a perfept nl)(mt tho B,zo of
f h",( e " ,""," ',"' t grak.S "".' Wit a nrso lM. So ho claims tho dls
tdVHed desirable. Move brood coop tillcton of having a hen that lays
ftdm time to time. Teed some bono UlrPe PBRS n ,ittx llnst- Cowmcr-
nteal or wood ashes, two per cent. In ca)
bran mash. AIwiijh havi drv brani '
liefnre chicks, or, If moistened ut all,
let It be with ml.k.-M. W. ..row,,, ,
Hi American Cillllvnlur,
ECs for Food.
Eggs compared with wheat Hour
contain about tho same aniuunt of
ploteln. ten times theMat, nnd half
,h ,fue' v?lll- . .. I
The best, flaored eggstome from
feeding the hen with carbonaceous-
roods, and tho poorest from foods
that are highly nitrogenous., Grains
and cloer jleld tho best flavor.
L'ggs contain four l""- cent, less
protein nnd six per cent. Ieu fnt
Ihan tlrloln steak; hnlf ns much pro-
teln, and one-third as much fat as
cream checso; ' twice ns much pro-
teln, nnd ten times as much fat as
oysters. Fuel value, nbout two-
or the Arden farm's dairy and the 45,'
000 acres of tho Harriman Orango
county fauns. Mr. Runisoy Is thirty
years old and was graduated from
Harvard In 1902. Ho spent several
years In tho Btury nt nrt In Boston and
rtt??zzL? , JMMSmmmmmta
nuncni vumim h i j v. sin -m
Paris and nftcrwurd settled down In ngnrn Falls. Society hai bge.ii con.
this city. He Is known In nrt circles, fldent that Miss Hnrrlnian would mir
ulthough he has not exhibited very ry Robert W. Ooclit. Young Ooolet
much or his work. He had n bronzo
statue ot nn Indian at tho Pan.Amor.
lean exhibition at Buffalo and later
hold an exhibition of his bronze work ,
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rs..st.-. i i i .ar .v. . .1
Jottines bv a Suednlbt.
If an egg at me beginning of In
ctibatlon weighs about two ounces,
tlin newly halchid chick will w'olgh
about one nml u iiuurler ounces v'iit
one, week old, two ounces; 'thvoo
I weeks old, six and a quarter ouncca;
lour wee(H o.o, ion ounces; tive
week old, 14 ouiui's; six weeks old,
18'j ounces; seven weeks old, 2.1 va
"'" "ornlI development under
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All good or desirable qualities of
so called u rub poll. try nro Inheilt
ed fibui Kimb purebred ancestors. In
reality there Is no such 'thing ns
(oiuuion lii'im they ale all mixed,
crcm-iod and rocrnased of various
bleeds, whkh, In the icmutcnesc of
,, h f , ,
-'""" P'"".ed stock.
JmlS (I. 0 llrown one time told
and often more ho, than with any
of the new Ineeds. A man who tries
n new breed Iraki after them in a
bvttur ,, pmllllV0ri) , ro.
Vide a I possible favoinblo rondltlons
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esiaiilisiied nued9 the sjmo on. our-
agemcut nml chance to show what
tlinv .fill , ,itiilleh mulu, tt.wi.tnf.
pi.j t-t. . ci.:v .
'"f SffiW g
old ucwbpapeis. Then carefully wrap
each egg with exce'slor and place
them firmly In the basket, bo there
wm be IU) ehfl11B nl)0t ,f more
than one layer Is placed In basket
,,t n thickness of excelsior between
them. Afler eggs nro nil In place
tn excelsior until one or two Inches
Uoo the edge. Ovor this lay a
Heavy piece or cardboard and tie
down. The ex elslor should bo picked
nliart to make It more springy nnd
easier to handle. It In a good plan
mrk the basket "Ilggs for hatch-
lug." The party to whom tho ship-
ment Is to ho mnde should be notl-
fled when tn cxnect thn hinm.nt.
mid Instructed to unpack them nt
once unci allow them to lie perfect-
there. Ho la a good polo player nnd
has hunted with tho (leneseu valley
pack. In Ills lovo for horses ho fol
lows Ill's undo Hcwiud Cuiy, who tor
a number of years diovo (ha Red
Jacket coach between liufrulii mid Nl-
was tho choice of Mr. Hnrrlnian
-online to reports, as the king of tho
rallmnd world always took him on his
tours' throughout'lhe country,
'4l&.'?,.VijetyKY . tl.vMij! iMkfi JW
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thirds that of licet,
that of licli cheese.
uiiu uia chiu me uirui kci. uill inny
ly still for twenty-four to thirty-six
hours. This will allow the eggs to
settle Into their proper form.
Water Is the cheapest thing on
earth and costs the poultry-man no
thine, ami et its' otnlislon from lay'
Ing pens will tell pretty' hard In the
loss of eggs. If, as analysis tel.s us,
an egg Is about SI parts water, 12V4
per cent albumen, I per cent mineral,
and 2 per rent sugar, It Will bo seen
that to deprive a hen of n good wa
ter supply will cut her owner short
on eggs. Tho best lajlhg strain of
hens ever reared ran not make eggs
Title Women Keeping Chickens.
I.ndy Salisbury's success with eggs
and hens red I Is to mind that poultry
keeping Is one of the crazes of- tho
moment. (Jueen Alexandra shows the
way and her Silkies have won many
prizes at the poultry shows.
Then l.ndy Derby owns omo of
tho costliest birds In existence and o
pair of her lllack Orpingtons wore
sold for 100 at the Crystal Palace.
I.ndy Craven Is another prominent
exhibitor and her American Wyan
dotles nre uf much beauty and' va
lue. Lady Chesterfield Iget another
fancier and so arc I.ndy Aylesford,
Lady Kathleen I'llkington, I.ndy Dur
ton and Lady Tlchbornc. And In the
old da)s Cvelyn I.ndy Allngton had
tho finest store of bantams In tho
world at Crlchel In Dorset.
In Scotland, I.ndy Homo has good
poultry, as ulro Lord Hosebery, who
wins prizes wllh Jils Mlnorcus, and
the story goes that his old poultry
man onco in a melting mood ndnilt
ted: "Those birds will mnko jour
lordship's mime famous one of these
Fowls and Chicks. -
Crowding, Inexperience nnd work
ing with too little capital are the
great causes of failure In the poultry
A good way to break he.is from
sitting Is to tie two together. Do
not have loo much string between
them 1 or 2 feet will be enough
and put them where they can't hurt
For green feed for poultry there Is
nothing quite to good as alfalfa or
clover chopped line, stemmed, nnd
fed as a mash. Poultry will thrive
on It mid tho eggs will keep coming
The farmer who ha .a few good
cows and a bunch of llarred Ply
mouth Hocks can defy the meat com
bine or any other combine. Tho
cow nnd the hen have paid for more
luxuries for, farm homes than the
corn crops, and at the Bamo time
have taken care of the grocery bills.
A new theory for the rapid devel
opment of chicks is advanced by a
California poultrymau. He says tnat
by glazing half the gash of the brood-
i house with blue glnra, alternating
with the transparent, the chicks will
grow much faster, are moro sturdy
and not troubled with llco or bowel
complaints. It's worth trjlng.
It Is not easy to tell a fresh egg
from a stalo ono without opening It,
but If u fow precautions are taken
there will he lttlo danger of any
poor oggg getting Into market: Pro
vide n BUfTlulent number of nests for
the bens (at least one nest for five
hens) nnd keep them cleai.. comfort
ablo mid freo from vermin, so the
hens will lay in them.
Gather tho eggs at least onco each
day nnd take them to market once a
week, keeping them In the meuntlme
In u cool, dry place. Prevent broody
hens from Bitting on the eggs, eten
for u short time. As soon as the
breeding soason Is over take away
the mnlelilrds, i:ggg,found In stolen
nests should be kept sepmate. poll
ed eggs should be. wiped off at once
with a damp cloth.
AT 0 MAKES CORSETS
OUT OF OLD TIN CANS
little Miss Taylor Is Struck Bv
LiRhtnirtu, One Stay Melts and
She Is Burned,
PKTBItsnURO, Intl., May fiMnTy
Taylor, nine, daughter ot John P.
Taylor, farmer, Is us vain of her
"llgure" as any miss or eighteen.
H ibices vanity Bhe has Ingenuity.
Bo 80UIO weeks agb she took some
tin cans, melted them so they would
unroll and then cut nine strips or
tin, which, she hammered Into tho
shape Bhe desired, covered them with
heavy muslin and, lo, the had a pair
Mary has another characteristic of
manv of the grown up members of
morning, during a bevere electrical J
storm she crawled under tho rear
I fit reh or her home. She was oncai-
ed In her homemade armor, which
she had enjoyed wearing ever since
the turned comeflero. Lightning
struck the house, partially wrecking
It, but no one was Injured save Mary.
The little woman was taken from
her hiding pluce unconscious from
Berloua burns. Hor mother undress.
ed her and wns surprised to Ilnd
the rudely constructei corsets, for
Mnry hud kept secret hor resoit to
the uppiirutus of beauty. One o'f
tho ttn.vg contained u small hole
the tin huvlng been melted by tho
lightning, Mnry muy recover,
PERRY DAVIS- PAINKILLER
ic-'bns m substllhto. No other romodj
Is so effoctlvo for rheumatism, lumbago
stiffness neuralgia or cold of any sort,
Put up In 2Bc, S5o and 50c buttlos.
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Men's League Entertain.
The second annual "Ladles' Night"
was given by the Men's League of
Central Union church at tho Alexander
Young hotel, Monday evening, May 23.
Tho sumptuous dinner was served In
tho mak.il lntlroom. Tho gucstH
were sealed nt tables arranged tn ac
cnmmodntn eight, and were ndorncd
with red carnations nnd maidenhair
fcin. During tho dinner quite A di
version was mnde when tho announce
ment was made Hint tho ccllpia of tho
moon was taking place, Kverynno
went out on the adjoining roof garden,
where tho ecllpso of tho moon could
bo seen, It was n wonderful spectac
ular display for Halky's comet roul I
be seen In tho we it nnd looked ns if
nature wan turning on a searchlight
on tho hioon In tho east. Tho dark
ness ocrasloned by tho total ecllpso
lent nddcil brilliancy to the comet, ami
It was such n wonderful sight Hint thn
guests wcro loth to return to the bill-
room nnd rcsunio the dinner. After
this repast the gucttB wcro ushered
Into tho niauka ballroom, vvhero tho
following program was rendered by
Miss Hva Llndcnian, tho solo vocalist.
Her wonderful talent was fully recog
nized by the assembled guests, and
her songs were enthusiastically en
cored. Mr. Hnbcn tho talented pian
ist, was her able accompanist, Ho
nleo gavo a great deal of pleasure by
his Instrumental sniff, which was ren
dered In a masterly style, and heartily
applauded and encored.
Lnscla ch-lo Planga Illnaldo. Handel
My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice Sam
eon ct Dellln C. Snlnt Snen
(a) Loch I.omonil (Jacoblto Air)..
(Ii) I Love a Lassie Lauder
Aus Melnen Grossen Schn.errcn ..
Irh Grollo Nkht Schumann
Hclmweh ,. Hugo Wolf
Plono Solo , Mr. Hohen
One Fino Day Madame, Butterfly..
At Parting Rogers
Uoat Song Harriet Wore
Tho Year's at the Spring ,
, , ilrs. H. H. Beach
Good Bye Tostl
MIn Blanche 3ooei Tea.
Wednesday, Miss Blanche Sopor en
tertained uIhiiiI foily of her friends at
n ten, which wns given at her homo)
on the corner of Lunalllo street and
Kccaumokii. The function was given
In honor of Mrs. Manuel Gnnett, who '
Is vlBltlng her father and mother, Mr.
nnd Mrs, C. I. Spalding umt Miss
Hazel Hoffman, who has Just returned
from the Orient. Tho hours were I
from 3 to 0. The house wns decorated
In carnations nnd daisies. This trio of
pretty girls received In the llbrnry
Miss Soper wore a blue llngorle gown
which suited her blonde typo of boau
ty; Mis. Manuel Garrett was clad In
a pink hand-embroidered Bilk mullo, a
turban of pink roses gavo the finish
ing touch to this chic coutumo; Miss
Hnzol Hoffman woro n stunning frock
of dark blue silk with tho yoko and
sleeves of Cluney lace; Mrs. T. IMirar
Robinson looked unimially well In a!
cinrk champagne; colored silk, with hat
to match; Miss Constance Resturlck'i
frock of pile blue mullo with largo
black picture hat, was exceedingly be
coming; Mrs. Putnam, wife of Dr. Put.
nam of Knual, woro an embroidered
bluo linen, with a smart- toquo; Mrs.
Chester Livingston's gon of old rose
silk was much admired; Miss 8arah
Lucas woro a whlto embroidered nf.
crlo with n black picture hat. Re
freshments were served on the large,
picturesque veranda of the Boper's
homo, 8mnll tnh'cs, nrrnnged to seat
four, were placed on tho verandn.
These tables woro ornamented with
pnnslos. Tho following prettv younu
girls, clad In dainty llngerlo gowns or-I
fcjatn.l ,t.A !. , . .. I
""" " iiuon-asi in serving mo re
freshments; Miss Roslo Herbert, Miss
Mnry Lucas, Miss Ruth Soper and
Miss Hazel Bucklnnd. Among tho
many gnosis present were, Mrs. K.
Edgar RoUiibon, Misses M, Frooth.
Alice and Ethel Spalding, Muy Kluo
gel, Ida Kopko. Hattlo and Sarah
''""' Ir,c" her' Ana Tucker, M
Cal ton, Alice Thompson, Mary Law.
ronco, Anna Johnson, Alyra Angus,
Balrlco HoldBworth, Alice Roth, An
nabello Low, Constance Restarlck,
Daliy Coko, Harriet Young, Maude
Jordan, Julia and Lydla McStocker,
Morjorlo Allen, J. Irwin, M, Peterson
JJorfttny Whlttlngton, Mrs. Chester Llv.
IngBton, Mrs. Harold dlffard, Mrs.
Rnlph Johnstone, Mrs, Putnam,
Lieutenant Fredorlck .ICllgoro of the
on the Canadian steamer Manuka,
cm tho Canadian steamer Maunuka.
Lloutonant Kllgoro will visit In Vic
toria Voncouvor nnd In tho Jtate or
Mr. Chittenden and Mr. Thurnian,
who havo boen staying ut the Moana
hotel, visited the crater of Kllauea
t!ilswcek. leaving for Hawaii Tuesday
and returning to the Moana today.
THIS TBADE MARK SIGNIFIES PURITY EXCELLENCE HEALTH.
Medicine for all Mankind
Mr. Horace R. Butts, Providence, R. I., a U. S. Array man, many years
ago on account of the hardshius of army life had dyspepsia and
stomach trouble so bad that he could scarcely eat. He took Duf.
. fy Pure Malt Whiskey, which "gave him immediate relief. He
recommends it as an invigorating stimulant and body-builder.
"I have used Duffy's Pure Mult Whisky for many years and Ilnd
that It Is all that It claims to be. During my twenty-four years of ser
vice In the U. S. Army I was being constantly transferred fiom plnco
to pluce. As n result of changing cllmnte and water, my stomach and
digestion failed me completely, bo 1 wns scarcely nblo to cat a thing. On
the advice of a friend I purchased a bottle or Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky,
and Immediately jrood ream Is followed. This wns eighteen years ago.
Since then I hnvo not-been without It. I lecommend It to nil who are
In need of an Invigorating stimulant and desirous of .building up tho
h j stem."
CAUTION. .When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure
you Ret the genuine: It's theonly absolutely pure medicinal malt whis
key and is sold in sealed bottles only: never in bulk. Look for the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over
the cork is unbroken. f The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co,, Rochester, N. Y., U.
Where They Use
Ask Your. Grocer For It
307 Fort Street
These young mon are capitalists' of
Mrs. Krmi t Watprhouse, who Is
stnylng at tho Peninsula for tho month
of May, was In town Wednesday, and
took luncheon with friends, ut the
The Princess Kawanannkaa Is ex
pected to nrrlvo In Honolulu Monday,
A number of social affairs havo boon
planned In her honor,
Mrs. Ward, wlfo of Llout. Ward ot
Fort do Russy, ban issued InvltatlniiH
for a luncheon to bo g(vcn next Wed
Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Cooke left on (he
steamer Claudluo for Hawaii, to bo
gone Bevcral weeks.
Mr,- and Mrs. Frank Dillingham lort
Wednesday on tho Wllholnilna for a
trip to tho Coast. '"
Mrs. Charles Wilder and her llttlo
son Burr left Wednesday on the Wll.
helmlna to visit relatives on tho main.
Miss Beatrice Campbell will nrrlvo
Monday on the Mongolia to spend the
summer In Honolulu.
i.. ' o.r ' .'. " ' "z m ' 7
uunu out uii uiu niuuiuur aiuuiv lur
in the Home
San Francisco, Cal.
I Dr, 'Clfiis, lfi RotSpr, ts-nnd valet of
Now YQrltvajVspeffdhg(tho wuek on.
Joying tho quiet. oV-Halelwa. ,,
Mis, C, IL,'nJck'ey was a departing
pusvonger on tho steamer Wllhel
OIRL WITH, TWO HEADS
COST FATHER FORTUNE
NKW YORK. May lj).j0i,n O. Nel
roii cif Riooklyn 11111k. ()ueciishoroiigh,
bus a daughter who lias two well de
veloped beads, ho save. Sim Is uiv
hyonrg of ago ami Is unable to walk or
sit up, but hor father Boys alio Is as
bright as any child ho ever Haw.
When (he child was horn tho doc
tor told the parents thnt lio could
not live, but Nelson employed tho
best specialists and succeeded In
keeping his llitlo one not only nllvii.
hut in giving her comparative health.
This cost him nl ho owned, ho snyn,
about 133,000, and ha nml his wlfo now
nre poor. "-
The NelsonB do all possible to pre
vent strnngerH Boeing tholr child and
1 wrap her up to get her out of doors
without attracting attention. Tho child
speaks English and Herman with eainl
fluency using both mouths when bIio
speaks, her father says.
"-"For Tint" cards on sale at
the Oulletln o'tlce