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Scottville, Mich.-"I want to tell
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I live on a farm and
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five years old, and
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with hard work and
the care of my fam
ily, but I tell them of my good friend,
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7"^ / of this paper de
fited ia its columns should insnt upon
having what they ask for, reusing all
substitute* or urila hons.
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*OE .?SANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY.
for COUGHS S COLDS
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And .t stings you for your pains;
'.?rasp lt like a man of metal
?.nd it soft as silk remains.
"Tis the same with common natures;
Cse 'em kindly, they rebel:
3ut be rough as nutmeg graters,
And the rogues obey you well.
The Breakfast Table.
As the appetite is more apt to be
fickle in the morning, great care
should be taken that the table is at
tractive. A well-laid table and a few
dainty dishes will often call forth an
Tte no-breakfast fad has died a
natural death, although it certainly
had much to recommend it. Think of
the time, temper and bother saved
each morning. The ideal English
breakfast would not suit the average
American. Pigeon Pie and Collared
Tongue seem a little hearty for the
The French idea of a roll and a cup
of coffee is simple, easy to prepare,
but would be very monotonous day
in and day out.
For those who are able to have sev
eral sets of china, that used for break
fast should be different from the din
ner set. Blue is generally considered
a good color for the breakfast china.
A well-laid table is decidedly mili
tary in its appearance, precision is
the watch word. Knives, forks and
spoons are laid in careful order, a half
an inch from the edge of the table.
The blade of the knife turned toward
the plate, at the right, the fork tines
up at the left. The spoons in regular
order next to the knife. The first ar
ticle of silver to be used is the one
farthest from the plate. The water
glass is placed- at the point of the
knife, the napkin at the left of the
fork and bread and butter plate when
used, just above the napkin. One
may decorate a table with a few flow
ers laid carelessly on the table. But
it is best not to trifle too much with
the military effect of the table.
Take six cupfuls of flour, two eggs,
one cake of yeast, one cup of milk,
two tablespoonfuls of lard and a tea
spoonful of salt. Mix and set to rise,
knead, shape into rolls and let rise
again. Bake in a hot oven.
LITTLE fire is quickly trod
den out: ,
Which, being suffered, rivers cannot
Use3 of the Lemon.-Take daily the
juice of a large lemon, either in cold
water or clear. This is a remedy for
For a felon, cut off the end of a
lemon and insert the finger, bind it
on. In the morning the fester will be
near the surface and may easily be re
Lemon juice and loaf sugar ls a
good remedy for coughs.
Lemon is a gcod stain remover;
either from the hands or clothing.
To remove tan, wash the face in
water snd lemon juice.
A trained nurse of experience has
emphasized '?the necessity of keeping
mirrors out of the sickroom.
The patient should never be al
lowed to look into one, if the ravages
wrought by disease are very evident,
as the shock which it gives a nervous
patient is hard to soothe away.
To Wash White Cashmere.
First remove all the hooks and eyes
and any colored trimming. Then
shave up about four ounces of white
soap, put it into a saucepan, cover
with water and allow it to melt over
a gentle heat. When quite dissolved,
take out a cupful, heat the remainder
to a lather in a gallon of water. When
the suds is a little cooled, immerse
the cashmere, squeeze it and knead
it in water. Do not rub scap on the
material. When ail the dirt has been
removed, squeeze without wringing,
and place the goods in a bath of
tepid water tn which the cupful of
disFolved soap has been added.
Squeeze as much of the water out
again as you can and,hang to dry in
the open air.
When nearly dry, press with an iron
not too hot.
Very pretty porch pillows are made
by drawing pretty colored strips of
worsted through burlap. Different de
signs may be used and contrasting or
well-blended' colors make the pillows I
very artistic. <
Honey is one of the best remedies |
for a cough.
IRST, then, a woman will, or
won't, depend on't.
If she will do't she will; and there's an
end on it.
Bur if she won't, since safe and sound
your trust ls.
Fear is affront, and Jealousy injustice.
Care of the Bedroom.
It would hardly seem necessary in
Even* one ought to make it a Ufo j
rule to wipe out from his memory
everything that has been unpleasant,
'unfortunate, says Orison Swett Mar
nen in Success Magazine. We ought to
forget everything that has kept us
back, has made us suffer, has been dis
agreeable, and never allow tho hide
ous pictures of distressing conditions
to enter our minds again. There is
only one thing to do with a disagree
able, harmful experience, and that is
this day of out-door sleeping rooms,
to speak of the Importance of airing
the bedding and room each day; but
there are many, many homes where
fresh air only enters because carpen
try cannot make woodwork air
We may excuse the extreme poor,
who are saving fuel and heat; but
what of those who have plenty and
yet deny themselves the blessing of
pure air? One of the best ways of
training housekeepers is in the school,
the children who are taught the way
to air a bed and make it are learning
valuable lessons in housekeeping.
These lessons may be taught with a j
doll's bed in the rural schools, where
this knowledge is as much needed as
in the cities.
No equipment seems to be the
great drawback in so many schools.
First, a teacher with some training in j
the line of household economics and an
Interest deep enough to overcome ob-1
stacles, and this teaching becomes a |
great educational factor to both boys ,
and girls. I
It is well that the boys should be i
trained in the knowledge of the value
of a well-managed home, that it takes !
skill of a high order to keep the house- j
hold running smoothly and without ?
Roosevelt says: "Teach the boys j
to be home-makers and the girls to be 1
home-keepers." ! (
The importance of this training .
cannot be estimated as a large ma- j
jority of the boys and girls receive
none of this teaching in their homes, !
and all they acquire will be from
The great obstacle to household eco
nomics in the rural schools, beside
lack of equipment and trained teach- j
ers, is the already crowded curricu- '.
lum; but even this may be met by i
giving the training in connect' ->n with 1
language, reading, arithmetic jnd for ,
the opening exercises.
|? WOMAN can be handsome by
force of features alone, any
more than she. can be witty only by help
of speech." -Hughes.
The making of a successful omelet
means skill with the best of materi
als. Almost any left-over may be
used advantageously in an omelet.
Vegetables may be used in the
sauce to serve with an omelet or they
may be spread on half the mixture be
Sweet omelets are delicious. Add a
teaspoonful of powdered sugar to the
eggs and spread the jam, jelly or pre
serves thinly over the omelet before
With juicy fruits the juice is poured
over the omelet just as it is served.
Lemon Omelet.-Put the yolks of
four eggs into a bowl with a table
spoonful of sugar, beat until light and
add tho grated rind of a lemon. Whip
the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth
and mix lightly with the yolks. Then
stir in a fourth of a teaspoonful of
baking powder. Pour in the omelet
pan, in which a tablespoonful of but
ter, has been melted, and cook care
fully until done. Cul. in half and put
together with the following sauce:
Take half a cup of sugar, a table
spoonful of butter, tte juice and rind
of a lemon, two well-beaten eggs;
beat together and stir over the fire un
Friars' Omelet.-Cook a dozen ap
ples as for apple sauce, sweeten to
taste and add a tablespoonful of but
ter. When cold stir in four well
beaten eggs and turn into a buttered
baking dish. Sprinkle breadcrumbs
over the top and bake in a moderate
Peach Omelet.-?Dice three or four
peaches, cover with sugar and stand
aside. Make an omelet with six eggs,
a pinch of salt and six tablespoonfuls
of the peach juice. Serve the omelet
with the peaches and sirup of the
juice with sugar, all tot. |
Omelet With Oyster Sauce.-Serve
a plain omelet with a rich white
sauce and half a cup of oysters that
have been cooked until the edges j
curled, in their own liquor. Chop the
Miss .lessie Nicholson inherited a
farm of 225 acres in New Jersey,
which her father had farmed in tho
old way. When she look it she re
alized that the new way to do things
is to specialize, so she began to do
this on thc farm. She raises Canada
field pens, her own hay and makea
a silo, sells chickens and milk, and
that ii? ali. There are 100 cows and
ehe puts away $?..??0 each year.
Boarders In the World.
The people who live in houses, and
sleep on beds, a?id walk on pavements, j
and buy their food from butchers and :
bakers and grocers, are not the most !
blessed inhabitants of this wide and
various earth. Thc circumstances of 1
their existence are too mathematical j!
.md secure for perfect contentment. !'
They live at second or third hand.
They are boarders IE the world, L
Everything is done for them by some
body else-Henry Van Dyke.
Ancient and Modern Boy.
We shall hear much in the coming
years about the superiority of the 1
Greek attitude to life, and that in j
those days men could think straight
about morals. And we shall hold the i
essence of that superiority, and un- L
derstand all that we hear, by remem- ii
bering this-that if you told a hardy j
Greek boy that a person was virtuous, |
or an act was good, he would be at- j
tractt-J to that pe?spn or that act. but I
the same modern bey would be re- i
pelled- Max Eastman, in the Atlantic. I
WI THEY ERRE
HAMPTON'S RETRACTS CHARGE
MADE AGAINST STANDARD
OIL COMPANY. 1
DID WOT SELL IMPURE CANDY
Magazine Publisher and Writer of Al
leged Libelous Article, Because of
Which Corporation Brought Suit,
Declare They Were Mistaken.
New York.-In the matter of tho
libel suits brought by the Standard Oil
company for $250,000 damages against
Hampton's Magazine and for $100,000
damages against Cleveland Moffatt,
the former the publisher, and the lat
ter the writer, of an article in the Feb
ruary issue of the magazine which de
famed the company in connection
with the sale of glucose and candy in
Philadelphia, the following retractions
have been signed in the office of
Shearman & Sterling, the Standard
Oil company's lawyers in the case,
and have been issued from.the com
pany's offices at No. 26 Broad
"Hampton's Magazine, 63 West
Thirty-fifth St., New York.
"Jan. Cl, 1911.
"Standard Oil Company, 26 Broadway,
"Dear Sirs: In the February issus
of Hampton's Magazine ; there was
published an artiole written by me,
entitled, 'Cassidy and the Food Pois
oners.' In that article I referred to
the investigation of . Mr. Cassidy, with
respect to the manufacture and sale
Df impure candies in Philadelphia, and
made the statement that' your com
pany manufactured and sold impure
material which went into these can
dles and that, when the' various deal
ers were arrested and fined, at the in
stance of Mr. Cassidy, your company
paid the fines.
"Upon investigation, I have ascer
tained that your company was in no
way connected with the transactions
referred to and I hasten to retract in
the fullest manner all charges made
against your company and to express
my sincere regret that I should have
fallen into this serious error. Yours I
truly, Cleveland Moffett" .
"Jan. 31, 1911.
'Standard Oil Company, -New "Xork
"Dear Sirs: Referring to foregoing
letter of Mr. Cleveland Moffett to you,
we beg to state that we are convinced j
that Mr. Moffett was in "error in his i
statements with reference to your j
sompany. We greatly regret that j
these errors should have been made, j
it is the desire of Hampton's Maga
sine to be accurate and fair in all
things. In our March number we will
publish this letter and the foregoing
letter of Mr. Moffett. . Yours truly,
Benj. B. Hampton, President Broad- !
way Magazine, Inc."
LORIMER LASHED BROWN
Nebraskan Threatens to Hold Up Ap- ;
propriatlon Bills If Vote on Scan
dal le Not Ordered.
Washington.-Senator Norris Brown i
)f Nebraska in a speech before the abu
lte charged that Senator William Lor
mer of Illinois must have known that ;
iis election to the senate by the Illi
nois legislature was accomplished by
:orrupt practice. He held tnat Sena
:ors Holstlaw and Broderick and Rep- !
?esentatives Lee O'Neil Browne,
White, Link, Beckemeyer and Wilson j
iad been bought to elect Lorimer sen- I
itor; that Browne and Speaker Ed
ward D. Shurtleff of the Illinois houso
if representatives were the political
?genis of Mr. Lorimer in accomplish
jig his election, and that lt was not j
possible for the election to ha- been !
?rought about under the conditions
then existing except by corrupt prac- 1
:lces. Mr. Brown devoted most of his j
.emarks to an analysis of 'the testi
nony which involved directly the rela- ;
Jons of Lorimer, Shurtleff and/!
Browne arid the relations of Browne |
Kith his thirty minority followers. Mr.
Brown issued a challenge to obstruc
tionists that he would hold up appro
priation bills unless the senate votes
it this session on the Lorimer case,
:he resolution pertaining to the elec- |
tion of senators by the people, the bill ,
to create a permanent tariff board and
i general service pension bill.
WARREN IS SHOWN LENIENCY
Socialistic Editor Convicted of Mis- '
using tho Malla Has Sentence
Commuted by President.
Washington.-Pr?sidant Taft Wed- j
lesday commuted the sentence of Fred j
D. Warren, the Socialistic editor who
riras recently sentenced to six j
nonths' imprisonment and $1,500 fine,
jy striking out the imprisonment and ;
reducing the fine to $100, to be col- !
lected by civil process only. Warren j
was convicted in the federal court of !
i technical misuse of tho mails.
Increased Tariffs Are Held Up.
Washington.-Increases ir freight
rates on fruits and vegetables from
Chicago and Milwaukee to various des
tinations in other states, filed with tho
taterstate commerce commission and
made effective Wednesday, were sus
pended by the commission until Juno
L, 1911. The tariffs were flied by th?
Chicago & Northwestern and the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railways.
The commission is of the opinion that
the advances are^ too radical and will
make an investigation of their rea
fla ?'. r ?<..#
Cleveland MemoKal Grows.
Princeton, N. J.-The committee of
the Cleveland Monument association.
In charge of the fund for the memori
il to the late President Grover Cleve
land, is making every effort to have
tho necessary $100,000 subscribed by,
March 18, Mr. Clevelands birthday.
Wrestler Not a Murderer.
Edwardsvllle, 111.-George Burton of
Aiton, a wrestler, who killed two men
by strangling them with his bare
hands, was found not guilty by a
MAKING MONEY WITH SQUABS
Largest Pigeon Farm in World Turns
Out 250,000 Birds Every Year
-Much Work Required.
Travelers approaching Los Angeles
from the north are astonished some
times at seeing from the car "win
dows flocks of pigeons numbering
many thousands just on the outskirts
of the Angel City. These belong to
the world's largest pigeon farm, own
ed by T. R. Johnson, and justly
considered one of the show places
of southern California. Merely as a
curiosity it ranks with the alligator
farm, the numerous ostrich farms and
similar freak establishments.
The pigeon farm consists of about
eight acres of sandy, gravelly land
along the bed of the Los Angeles
river-a "river" only by courtesy dur
ing the long, dry summer months,
when it becomes practically a mere
rivulet. The farm was established
about ten years ago on a compara
tively small scale; but the venture
proved so profitable that the owner
developed the business along lines
such as have marked the growth of
other great modern industries, until
he claims to now have more than
100,000 fully grown pigeons in his
establishment, not to mention tens of
thousands of squabs. Any ono ques
tioning the accuracy of the figures has
the privilege of counting. Aa a mat
ter of fact, the estimate probably is
many thousands below the actual
The object of this vast pigeon breed
ing establishment is the production
of squabs. At tho present time about
40 dozen squabs are killed and sent
to market every day; but a little later
in the season the dally output will be
much greater, so that the annual
squab crop from this one establish
ment is about 250,000. These sell at
anywhere from $2.50 up to ?4 per
dozen> (depending upon the time of
year), and it is evident that the in
come from the mammoth pigeon farm
foots up to a very tidy sum annually.
However, this is not all "velvet" by
any means. The birds consume be
tween two and three tons of grain
every day and the labor of looking
after them, keeping the buildings
clean and sanitary, and killing and
preparing the squabs for market is not
a trifling matter. ,
WATER TROUGH IS SCREENED
Easily Arranged Out of Piece of
Eaves Troughing and Chickens
Cannot Get Into lt.
An excellent watering trough for
chickens may be made by following
the directions given below:
Take a piece of eaves troughing
Screened Chick Waterer.
about 15 inches long and have a tin
ner solder on some end pieces. Then
put a wire screen with a one-inch
mesh over the top. The chickens can
not get into the water and one filling
will do for all day.
Food flavors the egg.
Dry houses prevent roup.
Too much raw meat produces
It is easier to check disease at the
start 'than to cure it later.
The first essential in the production
o'" eggs Is the health of the hens.
Poor drainage in the chicken yard
always results in unhealthy birds.
Some markets demand white-shelled
eggs, where others prefer a brown
Feeding cannot be properly regu
lated when a mixed flock of large and
small fowls are kept.
It would be a good thing to move
the poultry yards occasionally giving
tue hens new, clean grounds to live
With young chicks there is as much
danger of overfeeding as underfeed
ing. Feed often and regularly, iu
stead of too rauch at one tim:;.
Tile orcuard is a splendid place for
poultry lo range in. Poultry is a
very good insect destroyer.
The south slope of a hill makes a
splendid location for a poultry house.
The north and west sides are nat
urally protected from the cold winds.
Remember some sort of green feed
must be supplied in winter. Silage
is good, so is alfalfa or clover. The
last two are especially good if
In some places chickens are pur
chased, confined and finished for mar
ket on milk and ground feeds, the
milk constituting the larger portion
of the diet.
The floor of the henhouse should be
warm and dry. If an earth floor is
used these qualities can be provided
by good drainage and carefully pre
venting any draughts.
Save all the grain, such as kaffir,
milo, sorghum, broom corn peed, mil
let seed, etc., for poultry. It ls oft
eu difficult to get a variety of food for
fowls during winter.
Start the trap nests so it can be
known which are the best winter lay
ers. Almost any old hen will lay in
spring and summer; it takes a good
hen to lav in late Ia!l or winter.
A READER CURES HIS
Simple way for any family to reialn
The editors of "Health Hints" and \
:,Questlons and Answers" have one ques
tion that ls put to them more often than
tny other, and which, strangely enough,
they find the most difficult to answer.
That ls "How can I cure my consfcpa
Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist in
Diseases of the stomach, liver and bowels
has looked the whole field over, has prac
tised the specialty for forty years and is
convinced that the ingredients contained
In what ls called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin has the best claim to attention
from constipated people. ,
Its success in the cure of stubborn con
stipation has done much to displace the
iCan be bc
iiiso. by i
ill forraB '
Bock let pr
SPOHN MEDICAL CO..
The Lady-Surely, that is a rabbit, j
The Cat-If she can make mistakes i
like that she ought to keep a restauN j
FRENCH BEAN COFFEE,
A HEALTHFUL DRINK
The healthiest ever; you can grow j
It in your own garden on a small ?
patch 10 by 10, producing 50 pounds or j
more. Ripens in Wisconsin 90 days.
Used in great quantities in France,
Germany and all over Europe. Sena
15 cents in stamps and we will mail
you a package giving full culture di
rections, as also our mammoth seed
catalog free, or send 31 cents and get
in addition to above 10,000 kernels
unsupassable vegetable and flower
seeds-enough for bushels of vege
tables and flowers. John A. Salzer
Seed Co., 182 S. 8th St, La Crosse, Wis.
The Glamour of the Show.
"When Dustin Stax was a boy he
would work like a slave carrying water
to the elephant."
"Yes. And now he works just as 1
hard carrying diamond necklaces tc
TO DEI VE OCT MALARIA _
AMD Bil LD IP THE SYSTEM.
Take tho Old iHandard liKOVB'S TASTKLKSt? j
CHILL TONIC. Von know what TOD are taking. |
Tho f?rmala lo plainly printed on evoir bottle, j
thowlng lt ls simply Qoliilne and Iron In a taste- i
less form. Tbe Quinine drives ont tho malaria j
and tbo Iron builds up the system. Sold br all :
dealers for SO years. Price Ul cents.
"How is your member of congress
spending the holidays?"
"Doin' nothln' at home instead of in
For EO ADACHE-Hicks' CAPCDIN13
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervoua Troubles, Capudlue will relieve you.
It's liquid-pleasant to take-aclu immedi
ately. Try lt. 10c., 25c, and 50 cents at drug
It's easier to borrow from a new
friend than it is to pay back what
you owe an old one.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS
fonrdniKifist itili refund money if PAZO OINT
MENT falls tn euro any ca1? of Itching, Blind.
Bleeding or Protruding Plies tn * to 1 i days. 60c.
A dead heart enjoys being a lively
conscience-on others' affairs.
Ireh Cured in 30 minnie* by Woolford'? !
SanitaryLotlon.Nevtr fails. At druggists, i
Some men borrow trouble and some
buy it by the bottle.
We Give Away
The People's Common Sense Medical
English, or Medicine Simplified, by R 1
Chief Consulting Physician to the bavali
??cal Institute et Buffalo, a book of 18C
over 700 illustrations, in French doth L
stamps to cover cost of wrapping and
this complete Family Doctor Book w
price of $1.50. Afterwards about two
away os above. A new, up-to-date ret
Better send NOW, before all are ?
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Dr. R. V. Piero
DR, PIERCE'S FA VOE
TFIE ONE REMEDY for woman
that ita makers aro not afraid to
every ingredient. No Soorcta-N<
THE ONE REMEDY for women
BO habit-forming drugs. Mad? fir
of well established curativo voice.
Sggff3> $8,50 & $4 SH
IF YOU COULD VISIT W. L. D<
FACTORIES AT BROCKTON. M
careful ly W. L. Douglas shoes aro made, ye
stand why dollar for dollar they are guar
shape, look and fit hotter and wear longer 1
$3.50 or S4.00 shoes you can buy. Quality <
W. L. Douglas shoos a household word e
W. L. Douglas name aid th? retail ]
on the bottom,-which ls a safeguard a,
the true values of which aro unknown,
substitutes. Ton are entitled to the 1
having the genuine VT. L. Doug-las shoo
If your dealer cannot supply TOO wtlh W. U Dowd
Order Catalog. W. L. Douglas, 145 Spark Si
Our Wgh Grads I:
bago Plants aro now
Hon. It lslmpossiblo 1
morn reliablo plants tl
noihlnr but the best s
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thc good health of all its members.
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lng the stomach and bowel muscles to
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Via the West Point Route
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TICKETS ON SALE feb. 21 to 27 (if elusive)
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J. P. BILL UPI
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A Country School for
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