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THE SALT TAKE HERALD SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 61896 Q j3
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LITTLE ILLS
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Ways of Vnii < iui < < liiiiKr the mosquito
and Ueliei r Many Minor Ail
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acid is said to supply a wonderful pro
< tection from mosr uitos as well as a
I cure for their bites Take about twen
t ty drops of the acid and put it into a
I bottle containing an ounce of glycerine
and half an ounce of rosemary water
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j I MAJUE JIXTOEVETTIJ COLLAR
If used freely at night the sting of the
Insect will be almost miraculously cured
and disfiguring blotches removed by
morning If the odor is too disagreeable
a few drops of attar of roses will make
4 the remedy pleasanter and leave it
quite as efficacious
INSECT BITES
4 Salt will relieve the pain caused by
the stings or bites of insects if damp
ened with water applied to the affected
part and bound tightly with a bandage
Ammonia is also of ereac service es
pecially for wasp stings to which also
an indigo bag may be applied with good
results Flea bites are relieved bv vine
gar
TENDER FEET
1 After a long walk or much landing
when the feet are very tired it is a good
plan to bathe them in water in which
charcoal has been boiled or friction
with gin and water will give speedy re
lief Another remedy under the same
conditions is to put a handful of com
mon salt into a footbath of hot water
Feat are apt to be sensitive growing
hot and irritable when the skin is dry
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VIolin Poplin and Jetted Ginpnre
and fails to perspire In these cases a
salve is very comforting and the follow
ing will be found ejPnaciDus Zinc oint
ment cold cream and spermacets in
eQual parts
i When there is copious perspiration of
the feet It often arises from const u
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tional weakness and a tonic should be
prescribed by a physician In this case
it is unwise to bathe ths feet too fre
quently an 1 the waer shouH contain a
solution of borax tlin should be freely
I powdered with lycopo l Hum or with
equal parrs of oLirch and sub trale
of bismuth
The following is also helpful Oleate
of zinc 1 drachm subnitrate of bis
muth 2 drichm betanaphthol 2
grains To be rlusreJ frequently over
the surface
RED HANDS
Red hands are often benefited by fre
quent baths in oatmeal watei that is
take fine oatmeal boil it in water for
about an hour strain hen night and
morning use the liquid o trash in it
must hoer be male fresh every
day as it bom spois Far exceptionally
red and hirrh Jrtnls a few grams of
chloride of i irvj may be pa f n1y fc < dol
to the sort ant water you wash in
but remembor to remove your iiips < r
they will be tari < id
INDU 1TON
Cider has osaii lately recommended s
a remedy f J r certain phases of ndiges
tion In cases wnp fool nssimilnn
is too hurried the cider is said to be
beneficial and j > i tIv js acid favors
the action of the gastric juice For
gouty people cider nas ilso been recom
mended beca ifp it corrects the forma
tions of the uric acid to the presence of
which gout is due
Indigesion in children can Je reI
by care fu ll w ViIre ant vigilnntlv j
preaching he wholesome doctrine of
mastication Teih the mild that every
morsel he swall > Vb niLi I111 chewing it
thoroughly is MJ much poison to his
body Children ara tenacious of life and
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this statement
FOP CUTS
A powder for arre ring bleeding is
made by mixing together Equal parts of
alum nutgalls gum arabic and gum
benzoin these first being finely pow
dered Another recipe gives equal parts
of alum sum tragacenth and taumic
acid Each powder is used by sprink
ling and pressing a little on the wound
ed part For slight cuts these powders
will be found efficient and especially in
the often persistent bleeding which fol
lows shaving
AXY WIFE TO A > Y IICSBAND
Today if I were dead and could not feel
Your kisses or your tears upon my face
If all the world could give of woe or weal
Could find within my heart no resting
place
You would not think of any bitter past
You would not chide me for a carel s
word
You could not be so cruel at the last
As to condemn me unconfesed unheard
If I were lying wrapt about in white
With flowers all around me on my
breast
And in my hands and on my face the
light
That angels shed upon their dead at
rest
If I were lying thus and one should say
Such bitter things as you have said to
me
With sternest anger you would drive
away
That one and swear twere all base
calumny
Ill not rebuke you though my heart be
full
I dare not chide I too may be astray
Experience yet may teacha bitter
school
are what to do and what perchance to
say
And yet I ask you humbly tenderly
If I should answer nevermore your call
Would you not grieve of all most bitterly
For words and deeds that are beyond
recall
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SHE TURNED HIM DOWN
He Was IVot Up to Date and Coulil
Not Win Her Heart
Everybody onl the train going
through to San Francisco said she was
the handsomest girl in the United
States and every one of the dozen sin
gle men worked his level best to get
an introduction The young man worth
3000000 finally accomplished the feat
through her father and for the mo
ment was happy Then she queried
Sir can you back pedal your wheel
11 cannot he stammered in con
fusion
Can you mend a punctured tire
Nno
What do you do in case of a col
lapse she continued looking him
straight in the eye
I get a policeman to take me home
he softly answered
Father what sort of a bird is this
anyhow demanded the princess as
she turned to the old man
Hes got a carload of plunks
whispered the governor in her ear
But he does not ride the bike
ur travel on my shape and wealth
put in the young man as he bowed low
before her
They are both n g sir The man
who wins my heart must be a scorcher
and able to make the tour of Europe I
on a bike Go take lessons tumble
over on your ears get up with a determination i I
termination to conquer or die win suc
cess and then write me a postal card
father remove the menagerie and
bring in that chap with the bicycle
hump on his backNew York Sun
day World
A GREAT DIN EIt
Because Enjoyed l > y a Great Quar
tette Pltey Are Still Alive
The greatest dinner that I ever sat
down to says Watterson in the Cour
lerJournal I consisted of a leg of mut
ton dressed with mustard a bit of hot
younger and richer than he is though
he still has his ancestral acres
That was a dinner
FOR BLACK EYES
It is often the case that people meet
with accidents and bruises that cause
disfiguring discolorations from which
they suffer not a little embarrassment
and annoyance It is worth while to
know that there is a simple remedy and
one quite within the reach of every one
Immediately after the accident mix an
equal quantity of capsicum annum with
mucilage made of gum arable To this
add a few drops of glycerine The
bruised surface should be carefully
cleansed and dried then painted all
over with the capsicum preparation
Use a camels hair brush and allow it
I to dry then put on another or even
a third coat as soon as the first is en
tirely absorbed A medical journal is au
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FOR THE M ORNING
white bread and some fresh butter
with half a jug of fine whisky to wash
it down It was in front of New Hope
church in the summer of 1S94 Some
one had sent Eustis a leg of mutton
Someone had sent Yeatman a Earge pill
box of butter Bragg General Polks
cook had some flour Eustis and Yeat
man invited Governor Harris and my
self The governor happened to have
a key which fitted General Polks medi
cine case All of us united in making
the robbery of a vial of Irish whisky
the general himself being absent and
that was the dinner Glorious dinner
Please God the quartette still survive
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to tell the tale which they do whenever 1
they meet and can get an audience
Eustis is in Paris ambassador the
same cool selfpossessed man in diplo
macy he used to be under fire able
brave and lazy Harristouching the
eighties is the dashing brilliant im
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petuous boy he was 32 years agoand
tUlver or gold or neither I look to
ward him as I write Yeatmaln ob
trusive only in his courage on the bat
tlefield lives the life of cultivated leis
ure and unambitious rusticity which
delighted him most when he was both
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course is pursued immediately after the
injury discoloration of the bruised tis
sue will be wholly prevented It is also
said that this remedy is unequaled as a
cure for rheumatism or stiffness of the
neckNew York Ledger
A SAFE RULE
ur never need a family Bible to tell me
how old a girl is I can hit her age every
time
How do you do it
By the songs she sings Chicago Re
cord I
I When patent leather shoes begin to look
shabby rub on sweet oil with a piece ot
flannel and polish with a clean piece
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COST OF 3IAJRREAGE CERE3IONY
A clergyman in Kansas married a
couple the other day and received in
payment a barrel of beans He came
from Boston knew beans all right but >
didnt like them to eat However they
proved salable
A Vermont bride is worrying for fear
she is lightly valued for she heard that
the clergyman who recently performed
the ceremony in which she took a lead
ing role offered to trade the unopened
envelope containing a wedding fee for
a watermelon The envelope contained
a punched 3cent piece I
There are plenty of toll bridges along I
the upper Connecticut and plenty of
near people on both sides One of
theseno matter whether in New
Hampshire or Vermontrecently gave
the minister who married him to the
best wife in seventeen states an enve
lope containing one 2cent toll ticket
The same clergyman performed an
other ceremony with more satisfactory
financial results After it was over the
groom gave him a pair of cheap gloves
which he turned over to his wife She
flung them into a drawer in disappoint
ment which was moderated some
months later upon finding a S5 bill in
each finger and thumb
Hymen is one of the most unimport
ant functions at the Budapest celebra
tion Just now One of the features is
an illustration of peasant wedding cus
toms and the committee offers a weeks
entertainment to the couples who sub
mit to a public wedding The idea has
often been used for advertising pur
poses in this country
SECOND THOUGHT
Its mighty fascinatin ter rise up in public
view
An tell this glorious nation all the things
it orter do
Ter scale the heights of oratory fur ez ye
kin climb
An hear yer voice aechoin down the cor
ridors of time
But there comes a sad reaction an sech
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feelins lose their charm I
Vhen yer git back home agin an settle j
down ter run the farm I
When ye see the weeds agrowin tell
theyve got ter be a sight
An the cow asufferin fur tile want o
milkin every night
I hev lost enthusiasm oer the ballots in
the fall
Through athinkink on the bushels thet
Ill never count at all
An the goldbugs an the silberbugs seem
trifiin every one
When I come ter view the damage thet
the tater bugs hez done
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IN StrlDJlEItTID
What time the brazen sun offends the
sky
She frets in heavy mockery of sleep
And feels for him In dreams as bil
lows creep
And clutch to reach a seashell dull and
dry
So he in town would fain put business
by
Her face is all the books his mind can
keep
And plans are webs where through her
fingers sweep
The faroff witch weaves every thought
awry
But with the evening dawns their real
dRY
For twilight steals about her like a plea
And brings her lover speeding to her stde
With fond demandings that are not de
nied
And summer moonshine builds a new
Cathay
Wherein they dreamt beside a summer
sea
Rupert Hughes in September Scribners
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