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I TERRIBLE TO RECALL
Hi Uti Weeks in Bed with Intensely,
Hi Painful Kidney Trouble.
1 Mrs. Mary Wagner, of 13G7 Kossuth
H 'A.TO., Bridgeport, Conn., says: "I was
1 MO wonkenod and goncrally run down
m with kldnoy dls-
Lfl &&i&m cns0 nn' for n
I SHl -0-"? '-no 1 could
H B' "fc not do my work
' ' 1$ffrr.m weoltH In bed.
H '$ rf Tlicro was ron
1 y$ 'J tJnual boarltiR
H -3 jtvd'i If ,l0WI- I,illn ,cr
Vjaifc rlb, IcknchoB.
H SP-'' headaches and at
H y&-$?''!: times dizzy spells
'&"''','' when everything,
H wiih n blur before
me. The passages of tlio kidney
M ncciotions wen Irregular and painful,
fl nud tlicro wan consldcrnhlo sediment
M mid odor. I don't know what I would
H liuvo clone lii't fi.r Doan's Kidney I'llls.
M I could sec an Improvement from tho
H flrst box, and II vo boxes brotight a
B final cure
m Sold by all riontcra. C) cents a box.
H Foslei-Mllliurn Co., lltilfalo, N. Y.
H SOM12 BEDHOOM DON'TS.
M Don't Ho In the same position nil
M night If you can holp It.
fl Don't cover your head with tho bed-
M rlothoH. Ilavo your covers warm but
m Don't go to bed hungry. Hat an;
Ms light slmpto food that you wish It It
H agrees with you.
M' Don't Bleep In a room that is too
Mi cold. From r.r. to CO degrees Is the
fl right iFiupcraturo.
m Don't go to bod with cold feet, but
M see to It that they aro warm and corn
el fortablo beforo yon get In bed.
M Don't All your bedroom with brlc-n-H
brae and draperies, but havo as HttU
M ns posslblo In It to rntch tho dust.
H Don't put your pillows In tho sun,
H as It draws thn oil out of tho feathers
M Sun tho bed and bedding, but placo tin
M pillows out of tho sunlight In n current
B of air.
The Things We Er.t
H Too much meat Is absolutely hurt-
H fill to tho body. Sailors on board ol
H Bhlps get scurvy when their supply ol
H vcgctablo food Is exhausted. Tho dl-
H gcstlvo organs of tho human body do-
H maud vegetable food, nnd If wo don't
H cat enough vegetables wo pay for It
H Naturo gnvo us wheat, and In every
H kernel of wheat naturo has dlstrlb
H utcd Iron, starch, phosphorus, llmo.
H fliigar, salt and other elements nccos
H sary to make bono, blood and muscle.
M , KCIO-C-SEI2 Is wheat sclcntlflcally
H jpreparod. Cooked, and mado Into
M crisp (lakes, KGG-O-SI-.lS goes Into tho
H stomach ready for tho dlgcstlvo or-
H gitns (o convert It Into llfe-glvlng sub-
H stances with but little effort.
H Kflfl-O-SlilS eaters aro n clean-oyod,
H Htrong and happy lot. Tho proof of a
B pudding mid the proof of F.nnOSBR
1 in In tho eating. EOa-O-SKE besides
H bolng solid nourishment Is most pal-
H ntable. livery mouthful Is a Joy to
H the taste and direct hencllt to your
H l'oalth. A 10-cent pnekaco of EOO-O
H SlOt: contains ten liberal breakfasts.
H Our friends advertise us. They cat
H Kno-O'SKK for a whlto. They grow
H strong. Thoy are well nnd happy and
H "lCV lWi tho good word along.
H '8X' t,lllc vou HCIul ,n "10 Rrocor'a
H c-' vour boy or girl to bring homo n
H jnckogo of KOn-O-SHi:. Havo your
M children cat KOO-O-SniC. It Is tholr
H friend. They'll eac Kfin-O-SKK wlun
H nothing clso will tasto good.
H You try KOO-OSKH and you can
H deduct the cost from your doctor's
H 'c Apn' our book, "Ilack to Naturo,"
H 'ren' 't'H a Kood bookful of plain,
H good, common sense. If you want a
H copy, address EflQ-O-SEE Company,
M 10 Flrbt St., Qulncy, III.
M I The Newspaper Mnkor.
H Tbo newspaper maker Is In honor
H ho 1 1 ml to do good nnd slncero work.
H 'I1Q wholo community Is his client,
H and Is entitled to roapect. Whatever
H tuiy 'l0 advanced ou his editorial page,
H "10 r'e,lt t0 cnmr tno nows t0 Hlllt
H t,1 Pinoso of nuy faction In tho com-
H munlty Is withheld. OthorwIsQ the
H Biibscrlbor Is not bolng treated with
H consUlerntlon or fairness. There must
H bo tho combination of brains, Incessant
H energy, liroaj judgment nnd knowl-
H edge, with devotion to a high purpose,
H or ll' l'al,cr wl" fa" R,lort r achieve-
H niont l'hlladelphlo Ledger.
AWFUL ITCHING ON SCALP.
H llnlr rinally Had to Bo Cut to Save
M Any Scalp Now In Good Condi-
H tlon Cured by Cutlcura.
H "I used tho Cutlcurn Soap and Olnt-
H tnont for a diseased scalp, dandruff,
H and constantly falling of hair. Final-
H ly I had to cut my hatr to savo any
H. . at all. Just at that time I read about
H tho Cutlcura Remedlea. Onco ovcry
H. woolc I Bhampooed my hair with tho
H Cutlcura Soap, and I used tho Olnt-
H lncnt twlco a week. In two mouths'
H tlmo my hair wau long enough to do
H up In French twist. That Is now flva
H rears ago, nnd I havo a lovely head
H of hair. Tho length Is bIx Inches bo
low my waist lino, my scalp Is In
H rery good condition, and no mora
H dandruff or Itching of tho scalp. I
Hj used other remedloa that wore rccom-
H mended to mo as good, but with no
H'' results. Mrs. W. F. Or less, Clay Cen-
l (or, Nob., Oct. 23, 1005."
W Mother "Johnny, why nre you hop-
H ping around on ono foot?" Johnny
H "We're playing borbo, uud I'm tho one
H papa hot on
B ,Mri. irintlotr'ii Knotlilnit Hrup.
S'orcblMrea toetbluii, oUfUllii:unn,re4ocn la-
muUiu,lUj'pralcurowtnacUo. 2Ja bottle,
H "Tho best hearts aro ever the brav-
Wt est," eald Sterna
Yep, our nclinol Uvi let out fer two
monlliH mid u day,
An' tliey'K nolliln' f do lint t enper nil"
Wo Imv sol a bnll loam nn' we won't uc
Kcr I'm pitcher mi' cnptnln nn" coachcr
Wo liov liullt n new wharf at th' old
An' my Aunt Mnry'n Konl mo a new nhln'
Hklnn" Joiicm mi' tnyKclf wo nre innkln'
We're ii-koIii' t' fioa when wo'vo flnlnhcd
An' I kiichk wo'll ho IMIlA'rr.H, It m
"Bklnny" Jonci hpz I' Hiioiik nn' sho'll
In "Th" aim" In Hi hrunli wo lire bulldln'
.lint l ri'ii-ilct-voiiH In wlioii they tilt on
An' wo'vo lllled It with l)rcalfot food,
nuts nnd Homo WINK I
t'p iilimp on th' iloor wo hcv printed n
"JIST llcWAic," 8M th' fdun, "If Yli
KNIi-r IN llerU
Yli iihibT I.pAvo iiLI. Vi:il hopK nN' YHIl
KKnr In till: rllnr!"
Wo nro roIii' f dlvldo ull th" iipolls thot
"Skinny" Joiicb nn' 1 hpIIIb on th' Uo ol
An Hi' llrst thliiK I do I'll Kit inn n now
It will ho u Breun slllt nn th' bent ono Ir.
tow ii !
I mippo-ii- If bIio know thot her boy unllod
JlHt ii-plrnlln' thliiKB, sho'd refuso It fruir,
Hut I kiicbb thc-t I'll tell her 1 ketch loti
An I Boll 'oiii cioimcl for th' price that 1
Hut Ii'b biiic thot my inn necdM a now
iIicbh, for fair,"'
IV r I heeled her tell pa alio nln't "nothln
Yep, our school hex let out fer twe
mtmtliB nnd u day
An' tint's nolhln' I' do but f enper nn
Deo' Ii'b fun Jlt t' lUh mi' t' run nrotind
OohIi' I wIhIi th' old ncliool would tnlu
lire nn' burn down!
On tho Quiet.
The deaf man escapes tho dngo's
A nincompoop Is tho other fellow tc
A canucr can can but he cannot can
a can, can ho 7
Ono llttlo ray of sunshine Is worth
u cloudburst of whlnol
Ono may lose ono'a own sorrow
helping nnothor forgot his.
Tho moro rope you glvo some men
tho less thoy ltko smoking!
Imagination hns caused moro stom
ach aches than green apples!
In selecting books for your vacation
do not forgut your check-book.
It makes a difference whether pao
plo laugh at you for saying thin. or
nt tho things you say.
When nn author's receipts nro moro
than his outlay for postnge, then he
may bo said to bo successful.
If John Jones can run n mile In four
minutes, how long will It tnko Fnrmei
Hagtop to weed nn onion patch?
Do not pick your teeth. Lot th
dentist do this. Having had moro ex
perience, ho can match them better.
A Pittsburg doctor saya a hen has
a mind And n sense of humor, too.
Klso why would sho deposit her egg
under tho very center of tho barn
The Right Cow Side.
A city newspaper artist drow tho pic
turo of a milk man diligently engaged
In milking a cow. A country editor
protested on tho grounds that no high
ly icspectablo cow would permit a
man to oxpurgato tho lacteal fluid
white sitting nt tho wrong side of tha
"You aro entirely mistaken," replied
tho artist, "for had 1 not known that
tho cow would not kick, I should have,
never placed tho man on tho wronj
sldo of tho bovine. In fact, my cowl
novor kick, my dogs nover growl, my
horses nover run nway, my portrait!
nover speak. Thank Cod for that!"
Some of tho portraits of deceased
notables always awaken tho though!
of tho boyhood nxloni, " 'Taln't no fall
to strlko n man when bo's down."
' Tho ted nose of a toper Is novot
When calling, do not blow on your
tea; fan It with your hat.
If the Juno brides havo all register
ed, wo will bogln to compile, tho Christ
Get your wlto to try drinking from
a bottlo. Olngor nlo will do and It's
mora tun than a circus.
"Man may fly nt will," says a cur
rent magazine. At last tho dream ol
lovo has como true "Como fly, my
love, with mo!"
No, dear, you cannot plant bird seed
nnd raise blrdo, hut you can plant to
matoes and ralso your neighbors'
chickens any old spring.
80 ME NEDED LESSONS.
All the Members of the Family Should
Co-opeinto About Keeping the
Back Yard Neat
Teach tho llttlo ones (nnd admon
ish the older ones) .that tho screen
doors nud window screens lire not
mniio to kick, or shove against, or to
punch things through. How often
wo sec the wlro either bulging out,
or pushed Into holes where tho feit
or hands press against It In opening
or shutting the doors, or tho window
screens rendered useless hecuuso the
baby and his two or three year-old
older mo allowed to press or lean
tnlngt It, or to stick things through
It. Knch one should bo taught how
to handle such things, nnd not al
lowed to touch tho wire, under nny
drcumsttmces. A screen door patched
with a hit of cloth Is unsightly enough
but It I." better thiiu tho bole It cov
ers, as It excludes tho Intruding In
sects. Old pieces of tho wire, saved
from a former covering, nro much bet
ter to use as n patch. i
Teach tho children nnd their eld
ers (and In some ei'jjes, yourself) not
to throw peelings, parings, paper,
bits of cloth, etc., about tho back
door. Tlicro should bo a box or on
old pall close at hand, and Into this
ono can put nil refuse, emptying It
lit least onco a day, either to burn,
bury, or put on tho far-removed ma
nure pllo. If tho wholo family Is
careful to keep things picked up and
put In plnco, tho yard about the
kitchen door may bo ns lovely ns that
In front of tho house. This Is tho
part of the premises moro often seen
by the housewlfo thnn any other, and,
It should havo bright things In It.
Hut tho housowlfo cannot havo this
beauty without cooperation of tho
rest of the family, and sho will often
bo blamed for n dirty, disorderly back
ynrd when sho has no sort of control
over It. This Is where cooperation
should be atrongly In ovldonco. I am
sorry to say thnt tho most frequent
offender ngnlnst tho rules of order as
they lifted tho back yard Is the father
of tho family, himself. Tho Commoner.
ARRANGING CUT FLOWERS.
Cut Stems a Little Evory Day, Put in
Tresh Wator Should Look ns
First of nil, n llttlo salt put In tho
water In which cut flowers aro kept
will lengthen the lives of tho flowers.
Tho water should bo changed each
day, and the atoms cut u trifle, nnd
washed by being held under tho fnucet.
Homombor, when arranging bunches
of flowers that the most effective bou
quets nro thoso mado to look as nearly
as posslblo like tho growing plant. Uso
plenty of green foliage nnd put tho
flowers In loosely, nover In u tight, st
bunch. Tho best way to nrrango thorn
Is to put tho green In first and then
fill In the blossoms. Sometimes two
or threo long-stemmed flowers, or ovci
n slnglo flower, In a long, slender vnso(
Is moro cffcctlvo than a largo bunch'
of the somo flowers.
Little wlro screens for holding tho
flowers aro fitted over tho top of bowls(
and baskets, and nmko tho arranging
of tho flowers n very easy matter. This
Is specially nccessnry if tho bowl Is
a shallow ono. An Ingenious woman,
who did not wish to go to tho oxpenso
of having u silver wlro screen madq
for this purpose, bought a wire screen,
such ns Is commonly used for tho sink,
nnd fitted it over n bowl herself. This,
mndo nn oxcollent holder nnd was, of,
courso, much cheapor than tho silver
ono. Brooklyn Eoglo.
To Procure Sound Sleep.
Tho character of sleep Is nffectod by
many Influences, both mental and
physical. Tho person who, upon re
tiring for tho night, falls to put nway
tho cares of tho day that Is past, or
borrows tho thoughts of tho morrow,
Is slow to roach tho dopths of sleep,
and wakes but llttlo refreshed. An
overfilled Btomach prevents sound
sleep, but hunger should bo rollovod
beforo rotlrlng, nnd for this purpose
there Is nothing hotter than a glass ot
Eggs n Hundied Years Old.
In felling a Inrgo tree sumo dnys ago
In Cirencester, Gloucestershire, a bird's
nest containing four eggs was discov
ered Inclosed In n hollow near the
heart of tho trunk. Tho tap rings
showed that nearly a century lint
olapsed hIuco tho r-ggs were laid, nnd II
was obvious that tho hollow had closed
automatically. Tho eggs wore Intact
but slightly faded. Unidon Dally
German Cinnamon Cake.
To ono quart flour add ono teaspoon
ealt, two teaspoons baking powder,
threo tablespoons butter, ono egg, ono
pint milk, ono teaspoon 'iillln oi
lomon. Dough should b oft. Itoli
ono Inch thick, put In shallow puna
nnd cover the top with n creamy mix
turo of sugar, cinnamon and mclteo
butter. Uako In a quick oven.
A Flower Vase.
For cleaning tho Inside of tho flowei
gtass or vaso which cannot bo scalded
put a tnblospoonful of rock salt Into n
gill of vinegar, pour Into the vaso and
shake about for a few minutes, then
rluso clean with soft wntcr. Tho wa
ter should not bo allowed to stand
until It gets sour about tho flowei
Ureal: a pound of mnplo sugar Into
bits and put It In a saucepan, with a
pint of milk. Iloil, stirring steadily,
until It is brlttlo when dropped Into
cold water. Stir In n tablespoontul
of butter and when this Is melted turn
Into a greasod pan, and, as It cools,'
cut Into Houaren.
fVhen a man Increases tho number
of his cowb at the expense of quality
ho does n very unbusinesslike thing.
Bettor not keep cows unless thoy are
good onis. Take better caro of what
you havo and bo content rather than
buy poor cows. When ono raises his
own cows ho should test out tho heif
ers that do not promise well as possi
ble, no matter If thoy are registered,
nud have n good pedigree. Wo must
havo something In tho dairy barn be
sides breeding to make a success. We
want Individuality. When this Is well
backed up by .breeding all tho better,
but the profitable cow wo must have.
It Is not always Judicious to sell a
heifer If she. does not come up to the
standard tho first season, provided she
given promise of better work later on
Ono must uso judgment, as well ns the
scales and Babcock test with a heifer.
It Is a good plan to havo an animal
clearance snlo and dispose of tho un
dc'slrablo cows to the butcher.
MAKE A NOTE OF THIS.
Commission merchants say thnt on
an nrrrngo there Is a dlffcrcnco of
four cents a do.en between soiled cgg3
and those that aro sent to market
bright and clean, nnd It Is not neces
sary that all the eggs of a shipment
shnll be soiled In order to mnko a
consignment rank as such. Even a
very small proportion of Boiled eggs
In a package will cati30 tho wholo to
bo rated several cents bolow tho mar
ket price. Tho trampling on tho eggs
by the dirty feet of the hens, fresh
from the moist earth of tho yard, and
tho dlbcoloratlon produced, does not
affect the contents, but It gives tho
eggs nn uninviting- nppearance, nnd It
Is not expected thnt people will bo
Indifferent to the looks of things which
they buy for their table. Poultry
keepers can afford to tako tlmo to
clean tho shells ot tho eggs which they
send to mnrket when the failure to do
fo means the loss of four cents a
NEATNESS IN BUTTER PACKAGES
Tho careful packing of butter has a
good deal to do with tho fostering of
tho butter trade whether that trade
bo with a few private families or with
largo commission houses. This matter
has been frequently referred to In thoso
columns, nnd without doubt somo Im
provement Is being made. Tho com
mission men report that tho manner In
which butter Is put up helps or hinders
them In making sales. A creamery
that has tho reputation of neatness
In packing finds Itself sought not only
by tho commission men, but by largo
grocers thnt want an nrtlclo that looks
well. This mnttor of looks Is especial
ly Important In butter that goes to tho
homcB of tho wealthy. They will form
opinions on the looks of things. Two
packages of butter may bo similar In
quality, but If ono Is put up In bettor
Btylo than the other tho buyers arc
prejudiced In fnvor of that package,'
and tho enters, If they havo seen the
imckngo will actually Imaglno that
tho butter Is of better flavor.
A FEED YARD.
Tho most useful and economical de
vleo nbout our farm yard Is our feed
yard. It Is n small space about 50 by
100 feet, Inclosed on tho north and
west by n tight, high board fenco; on
the south nnd east, tho fence Is lower
but somo buildings serve ns wind
breaks. When wo commenco limiting
up our hay In tho fall wo stack all
nlong tho north and west sides. Tills
gives iib a well sheltered yard whero
cattlo can bo fed when It la too cold
for thorn to go out In tho pasturo nnd
whero tho young stock can bo kept
nt night until lato In tho season, as
thoy aro protected from tho wind.
We can feed from stacks around the
yard, nnd though tho yard will need
cleaning occasionally, wo find It a
great saving of feed, time and labor.
WHY THE HORSE EATS OFTEN.
Tho horso enn conveniently eat for 20
hours out of the 21. A horso which Is In
good health has a good appetlto at all
times nnd Is able to stand plenty ot
work nnd Is rarely on tho sick list.
To bo n good fecdor especially on n
Journey, Is n great recommendation
In tho opinion of every good Judgo of
horseflesh. Tho renson of n horso bo
lng fluch n constant eater Is that Its
stomach Is really small In proportion
to tho sUo of Its body, and thereforo
It requires feeding often, not less than
four times n day, two of which should
bo early In tho morning and at night,
while liny should In tho stall bo always
within Its reach.
Duel to Death In a Cnnoe.
Fort William, Ont. W. A. Thomp
son nnd Isndo'ro Ilouchard, whllo In a
canoe on Helen Inko, half a mllo from
shoro, engaged In a combat, capsizing
tho crnft. Thoy thon climbed to tho
top of tho upturned canoo and ongngod
In n hand-to-hand strugglo lasting
nenrly 30 minutes, when, tholr
strength spent, thoy slipped Into tha
water nnd iiaiiK.
Alfalfa meal Is ono of tho best hog
foods wo know of; In fact, tho samo
Is being fed qulto oxtenslvoly to nil
livo stock Including poultry.
All stock should bo salted regularly,
tf this Is attended to, It will koop their
digestion In good order and oftentimes
prevent many diseases.
When a horso eats eagerly, bolting
tils food without chewing, ho should
havo dried meal and shorts mixed with
Keep tho colts In n growing condi
tion from the day they enter the world
until thoy aro matured,
It Is a good rule to scald out the
drinking vessels once a week.
GREAT FEAT OF RUNNER.
Covered Six Hundred Miles In Five
Days Over the Roughest Kind
The Tarahumares, a great tribe of
tho northern Sierra Mndre, are the
greatest runners on ei-th, not In re
gard to speed but in endurance. They
havo been known to nverage 170 miles
per dny; thero Is an absolute record
thnt Is indisputable of a Tarahumare
sent with an Important government
document thnt necessitated an Imme
diate answer covering the distance
there and back, COO-mllo Jaunt, In five
days, or an average of 120 miles cov
ered In each 24 hours, not counting
tho time lost while the answer was
bolng prepared, nnd It must be re
memborcd that this feat was not per
formed upon a fair road or on nn un
dulating plain. It was over tho wild
est country that the Sierra Madro af
fords; up and down paths thnt the
very deer would hardly esteem a trial;
the only level ground encountered was
the crossing of a deep river. Also, the
Journey was dono on "pinole," a
species of popcorn ground down nnd
mixed with water, nnd the runner car
ried his camp equipment, a nntlvc
woven whlto wool blanket.
KAFFIR WOMAN WAS BRAVE
Armed Only with Hoe, She Forced
LlJness to Drop Human Prey It
Was Carrying Off.
One of tho first explorers of the
Interior of South Africa was William
Cotton Oswell, a noted hunter and a
friond of Livingstone, to whom ho
rendered Important aid. In his biog
raphy tho following story is given
from ono of his African letters: "An
Incident highly creditable to Kafflr
womanhood occurred Just as wo
reached Mabotse. Tho women, as Is
their custom, wero working In the
fields, for they hoc, and tho men sew.
A young man, standing by tho odge
of the bush, was chatting with tlicm.
A lioness sprang on him, and was
carrying him off, when ono of the
women ran after h.er, caught her by
tho tail and w'as dragged for some
little distance. Hampered by tho man
In lur mouth and the woman bohlnd
her, sho slackened her pace, whofe
upon her assailant straddled over her
back and hit her across tho nose and
head with a heavy short-handled hoe
until she dropped her prey and slunk
to cover." Youth's Companion.
Her Time All Taken.
The average woman thinks the sun
and stars would cease to shlno sooner
than that she could Interfere with the
regular routine of household duties.
A Sahethn woman was recently In
formed by her physician that sho
would have to have an operation per
formed. She said she didn't seo how
Bho could that Monday was washing
day, Tuesday Ironing day, Wednesday
the missionary society mot, Thursday
was the day to clean up, Friday to
bake, Saturday to glvo the children
their baths and mend. If he could get
It In Sunday nfter dinner and beforo
evening service perhaps alio would
try It. Sabcthn Hernld.
Long Fibre cf Silkworm.
Authorities and popular works dif
fer greatly in their estimates ot tho
length of tho flbro In tho cocoon of tho
domestic silkworm, Hombyx morl.
Published statements of the length ot
this fibre could be cltod which range
all the way from 1,100 feet to eloven
miles. Even bo good an authority as
tho Encyclopaedia Brltannlca places
It at 300 yards. Recent measure
ments mado in the division of onto
mology show that with certain Milan
ese yellow cocoons raised In the Unit
ed States from eggs purchasod from
Franco tho flbro varies In length from
?88 to 1,195 yards. Forost anil
Pare and cut Into blocks two quarts
of potatoes. Peel and chop two good
sized onions, half a cup of celory and
two tablespoonfuls of parsley. Put In
tho bottom ot a kettle a layer of pota
toes, a sprinkling of onion nnd parsloy,
a dusting of salt nnd pepper, and so or)
until your Ingredients nre all usod,
Add a pint of water, cover tightly and
cook slowly until tho potatoes aro ten.
dor. Rub together ono tablespoontul
of butter and two of flour, add a pint
of milk nnd stir until boiling; add a
Bmnll teaspoonful of snlt, then jour
over tho chowdor and servo.
Hero Is a rcclpo for it good washing
fluid: Ono box potash, ono oiinco salt!
tartar, ono ouuco pulvorlied ammonia
ono ounce pulverlrod borax, two quart!
boiling wntor. Af'or dlssolvod add
tour quarts cold water. Uso ono cur.
to boiler ot clothes. Keop In Jugs oi
glass Jars whoro It will not freeze nnd
put of tho way of children; nlso koor.
tho children out of tho room whero II
Is being mndo.
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"Old Abe" Is the trade mark ot the H
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Curing a Pampered Fet. H
A very clever veterinary had a sya- H
torn all his own. When he received an H
overfed toy dog he would consign hlra H
to n disused brick oven with a crust H
of broad, an onion and an old boot
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bread, the anxious mistress was In- H
formed that hor darling was "doing H
nicoly." When It commenced opera- H
tions on the onion, word was sent that " lt
the pet was "decidedly bettor;" but M
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The Power cf Flattery. H
"IteaHy, Jane," said Mrs. Simper- H
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to work hard, "you aro tho laziest girl H
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you're told. I don't think you have H
ono redeeming quality. You must H
leave on the first ot next month." H
"Law, mum," said Jane, who knew H
that her mistress was not proof H
against flattery, "'ow can I do ma H
work when I 'ear you a-alnglng and H
u-playln' on tho piano that beautiful H
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listen to you? It ain't my fault that 1 H
I lovo good music!" "That will do, H
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era who met In Washington recently H
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one mile alxiru a leiol, It cnju;. an uniunmnoj clluiatv llulldlno modern,. loam heated and 1
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taught, the hand and the orclie.tru 11 ug aiieelal features of the college. I'rlrate training tor do. B
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