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PURE PARIS( fREEN
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A Work of Art
That is what your home can be if 30
you decorate it with Alabastine. For
appropriateness is true art; and not
only can you make your home deco
rations appropriate with Alabastine.
but vou can make them reflect your
own taste in a way that is not pos- Mme articles and Illustrations must not
be reprinted without special perils
sible with any other form of wall covering. bin
"How do you prefer chicken-broiled.
* stewed. deviled. fried. roasted or based
i?x-ro in~n aaac.ins~ eca.i drablt and initkd ~V bk td ol
eeabou it on anl these Doint and ycm can if you will Yes. some folks bake their fowls
mU* take tho treuW W~ to w d us your addtus o a'ave ltnvntr.sufwrso
Vast-ca"Lalive, whlen n vine, tree, suntiowers or
We will send you the ..1Jwtine txt cards. su tell you .arti-Sclal sha-de would 'afford retreat
Whre to CO to make sure of etting enuie AIstizw. from beat.
The Alabastibe -Company, )Y.es. fowls love a sun bath.
90 Candwie Ave..Cradd.Mich.. . They spread out their wings and
e o0 Wae Sr New Yok Ci. tails. loosen their plumage and incline
THE MANNING HARDWARE GOMPANY.,
In the ight.7
The dpeks are cleared for action. I am now in the race I
for cash trade, and I have a splendid stock of everything
needed on the farm or in the household. AiMetAL SEAD&
I cordially invite an inspection of my stock of
their boies to catch the virtue of
every ray. *
D Goods, F cy~ oo !Sun Is good for their henltb. life to
their feathers-warmth and cheer.
But with hens. as with humans.
there's a limit.
Then. sun gets to be enervating,
prostrating. It paralyzes. stunts, kills.
Clothing, Crocker Tin, A hog knows enough to come In out
of the sun.
He pulls for his puddle and loses all
Wooden and Hardware. of Imelf but his snout
IFowls often don't have a chance to
ri ~ D T ~! escape
G Rb 0 C EL~ Rl I E. S I Their owners furnis a house and
yards and thnk the birds will Ond re
of all kinds and in large quantities. ftside.
Come to my store, price my goods, examine the qua ity. Butiltiohikenooptarelowmwit
and if not as cheap as the cheapest, then don't buy from me, they a chiken bake ovens dy and
I have made special arrangements to do a large cash I lives the fowls
this season. and I fully realize that I innst, to do businetss, o raises w
meet sharp comyetition. This I have prepared for. and watch them quack and turn up
I want y t their toes. Keep breeders In sun
Yours. etc..,e ilhth adtoecik
Cad hicks diebfrdsnstokfind renu
bittle antiainr ut so thatinsme
W egt, Oftofarethfrorve tealel
Brush Cars $50.00: Buic.$150.0. anTsoy ptrise dc w thou shadei
___________________________________andfw them iscnt and tourch upe
_____________________tesily ptoe. and, beides furnsn
Cadilac~Thit" at 160000.f,~ ae d inesach and' tos chicans
shde, prdue pasngrokeit, soreat um
and makedelivery from stock. . uhamte sng
The above Cars ar'e nothing new to the trade. for ees h rpryvle
years they have travelled through our mud and sand beds wae ntesdendyulntr
and we feel, when offering you one of the above Cars. we___
offer you a Car that has stood the test and each year tinds O''
them more popular. Ask any one runninir one of the rustkepofhega.Teywl
above Cars their opiniot? and we will risk conlsenesjlO. mr.Pet fgen rn h og
If you are in the market or expect to be at any timeDotfrgthademdysre
ask us for a demonstration, it is a pleasure to show you. jO~admc xeietI o e
-g . wihsupcin.Te a ta
We solicit ourteachiothersneto.proiduce yourinteresn t
paroi tissafe andDstrontibanothFoureyearstof con
II inudgoti n rto ithu hels ofs Chcemuchscha ndmyb
asa la. seak fiitsldoesi ¬I
eustomer takenad dowun andt ittndutelquichy.y.
vou ar, comeand se usdoyhow.ourisseverkootlathte -
dodge whoocllsiand the tryutoemak
the useof a godlaxaive, tokeep te bowesuoperyndbpreentWthapoesonoofbuniyeste
Thelaes podctc~ scene s ELO .aatieaivrnyrppuel veeabe gent paciae.rato ormr
raBeAN O F plasn,Lmai aseVlvoacs n hehvr aS wel poltyprfisan thek Ise
stWah en bowli ynior baneigre s pssies effistoyou in teestiptin mdget orm t aytersbsrpinI
huatro, ickh e thi fe nss, boicfaencek . Fo r yer ofcF avace
eo aes cote anrd.eU anhe Iticned toDruggist.e wobres.Thyma
do a noosethingfvrrythrsel .n
intres Pad ~getme upr nd whou men shae hei
~ AN O CAENON Mnin.f.o.wth csomtnedo acha.e
Trees andicins were sohea andsii ov
was phanted? and, peieso frnshing.
shade podtuce sayong frait, somchi
threaseoroesploper.ti acalue. kdes
terepuor bowls ofbood. eur di
gretc i oo ahn you blant the od.
Physciais Ad ise Dona't expedcoteteto nndin smal
a guodlaxative,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~un to keep offpc j~ the pogn fudgse yElcrclijeso l rans ofe il
Thelatst rodct .f ~iece s VLVO.tctrv Uvr Srup puelyvegtabe.t up! eery theTey thing andor cyfour,
reilate and ,f a peasan, aromtiz tste. Vlvo ats onoreeliereasy of tgreens briand ngpr tceailong
over and much exermnt snoe
M C 1 10LXAIVgarddking Mupon To antha
Our done cedon and'es can coure arca
tecmters to pro.derisin heirmad:
on't owe frmthe hen of the lreg.
Chcke weta bns forpan they cote
V LII IU LIVERtSYRU ownu1 cnpt up udred. We
Do' ruf stow nu stock tosthe
jude ho ais adnd they co met
Or.Kng'sew~ie~iIS ARNT'SDRUGSTO Ear sth."Liasgo l te~ o a mihota eow
'0 bestin theDor't. wThejeicndedash govf ernmenis
ionsllsoEgevethhegr polryving resd
SAL THE GAL FUR ME.
One day upon a purty farm
I met sweet Sal. the gal of charm. '
Oh. when she punched her dimpled arm t
Into that bread dough light an' warm
An' sung a song. as sweet an' free
As robin In a cherry tree. C
'Ah. there." cried I. *you dariln'. dear. '!
Let's git yoked up right now an' here!"
-'Why. sIr." said she. "1 mi:l a cow.
I pItch the hay into the mow.
I gather eggs an' slop the pigs b
An' only dance dumb country -.gs.
An'. see. I dress in calIco.
That's not the city style, you know. k
An'. though my heart turns to you so.
I guess I'd better usvay no.
"Ia. ha!' laughed 1. "That's sImple lire. 9
You're just In style to be my wife. J,
You're such a stu:n:- In that gown
You'll be the belle of the whole town.
An' then your bread's so light an' sweet V
You'll have the cookin' class all beat. y
Now. make it yes an' be my wife.
Your cooking wIll prolong my life."
"Te be! Te he!" the maiden said.
"Your flattery can't turn my head.
But. rather. dear. than see you dead.
I'll gladly come an' bake your bread." e
She reached to me her sun browned hand
An' turned her eyes, so blue an' grand.
I stole a rose from off her cheek.
An' we eloped that vcry week.
C. M. EARNT
HATCHING JUNE CHICKS. d
Some claim that it pays to raisz
June chicks. and others declare the
few raised out of a hatch seldom ma
ture to amount to much. a
We visited a fancier who was a June :
bird pessimist and discovered why his ti
June hatches were niL He was the
*lgger in the June chick coop. He o
took little interest In his June hatches, b
the early chicks had knocked the nor- e,
eity off, and June work in the straw- o:
berry patch monopolized his attention. d
He had done little to check mites and I
lice. They were not after his early a
and late chicks. h
The early chicks had fouled the a
ground, and the coops were filthy and cj
The early and late chicks ate and
slept together. Thus the small ones i
were bullied out of their feed and b
No allowance was made for the ex- U
treme heat, nor were the late chicks
fed different from the first. From t<
these conditions, that he might have
preiented. he lost the majority of his
June brooder chicks.
If you are going In for late hatches
you may easily escape such troubles
by hustling. Hens are best for late a
chicks, as brooders are difficult to con
trol and keep cool.
Pen your hen in a shady spot for a
few days. then turn he; loose and let
the chicks grow up with the country. i
Late chicks must have plenty of 4hade.
fresh water and air.
They must have a variety of dry s'
feed, but little corn, and must be kept 11
free from lice. o:
FEATHERS AND -EGGSHELLS. 0
If you spray cabbage with paris I
green you may hare the sad experi- t]
ence of Rev. Blatt of Shimersville. Pa., k
who lost 200 fat hens that feasted on P
cabbage leaves. -t handful of bran 0
sprinkled on a cabbage kills the e
worms and is harmless to ben and 0
The most surprised man Is that
neighbor who claims your chickens
when you prove ownership by your
private mark. A toe punch costing 25
cents often saves one from getting a
good punch on the ear In a dispute ii
over stray fowls.
A turkey hanging in the markret at
Columbus, 0., was marked $1140.t
When asked why the price was so
high the denier declared that black
head has killed off nearly all the tur-a
keys in the middle west and cut off
the supply, so that soon only million
aires can buy.
Your laying phaseants should have
a hidden nest. Stand short spruce or c
pine trees in a corner and make cozy
corners for them. If the eggs are in
sight they will soon devour them.
In dusting clucks for lice It is a
good plan to give the hens a new nest
bout two days before eggs hatch.
Give her a louse powder bath about
that time, too, and your chicks will b
not be bothered at all If you have h
kllled the nits. h
The ration Is not often at fault, but a
it's the sudden change of ration that ti
mkes havoc. Take cut bone. When b
fowls hare not had It they act like v
wild when It is fed. When given much e
at this time It lies In their crops like ri
lead and leads to serious Indigestion. S
If fed gradually It generally may be S
left In the pen and the fowls be left fi
to eat all they want. It's the same Yl
with most feeds. I
When a chick gets hard or sour crop 1
there's not much use to doctor. Its
crop may be cut open and cleaned, but
the crop is generally too tender to hold
the thread, and the little fellow sel- r
doa survives the shock. o
There 's one thing about poultry-the
lock is at the mercy of the man be- e
hind the hen. Success or failure may
be quickly~ traced to him unless his ~
stock is bum, and that's really his,
fault too. His methods may have t
made them bum.. or he may have start
ed with bum stock. This is the truth t
in t.n eggshell.
When building that plant watch the '
drainage. So many forget this until
It's too late. When water back-s up
against a building and sewers have to
be dug through concrete floors or hens
get sick running on mucky, swampy
ground it's not pleasant to think that C
a mule wouldn't hare played such a ~
trick on himself. A mule warks by
hindsight. You must use foresight. t
Harry Cassidy, the deputy of the ~
Pennsylvania dairy and food commis
sion, is kept busy watching the rotten
egg dealers of Philadelphia. THe suc-5
eeedd In bringing twelve of these to k
the bar in one month.
A Frightful Wreck
>f train, automobile or bugzy may cause
-uts. bruises, abrasions. sprains. or
wounds that demand Bucklen's Arnica
Sal ve--earth's greatest healer. iu ick1
relief and prompt cure results. For
burns, boils, sores of atll kinds, ccz~ema.
happ'u hands and lips, sore eyes or
orns, it's supreme. Surest pile' cure,
k:at all druggi.ts.
Real Estate .Agent-I tell you, sir,
the death rate in lais suburb ',3 lower
than in any other part of the county.
Near Viec~im-l beileve you. I wouldn't
be found dead here myself.-Chicalgo
Sh-Weil. I hope you are going to
write a letter to the man who insulted
ou. Ue (ani actor)-Whalt, make him
a present of my autograph? Not much.
Whatver disgrace we have merited.
it is almost always in our power to re
establish our reputation.--La Rtoche
A Judicial Fz.or.
A verdant local reporter whose pro
ensities incline t- dnrin:: rather than
Sjilmeit ald whose :rde-ey in the
uest of nevs is one of his m :irked
bracteristics aproache'd at jud;:e 1f
S 'nit:d atates di-trict cou'rt and so
t a litth- advance iif.>rmati.on ton
case in proress inl the Juaelg.'s court.
-You see. judge." said the youngster
the astonished jurist, -we :ro to
ress in a few moments, and we ali
now your Inelinationa to do a news
aper man a favor."
The venerable man eyed the youth
:ernly and said slowly and enphat
"Yes. young man, I'll do you a fa
Dr this time, and you will ~see that
cu don't ask ine a;tain."
"That's fine, your honor. Thank::.
Lry.- much. Just a few lines will do."
"I will do you this favor. I shall not
-rd you to jail this time. but if yor.
rer approach me a;gain with such a
estion your friends will not see you
>r sone time."
The -lbscomfited reporter retired ru
inatirg on the mysteries of the law
d the dignities pertaining to the ju
The Exclusiveness of Caste.
An English otlicer who some years
;o was wounded In a battle in India
id left lying all night among the nLI
re dead and wounded teils this story:
sext morning we spied a man and an
d woman. who came-Ao us with a
isket and a pot of water. and to
rery wounded man she gave a piece
joaree bread froi the basket and a
rnk from her watr pot. To us sh
kve the same, and I thanked hearer
3d her. But the Soobabdar was a
1gh caste Rajput. and, as this won
i was a Chumar, or of the lowest
Lste. he would receive neither water
)r bread from her. I tried to per
tde him to take it that he might
re, but he said that in our state, with
it a few hours more to liger, what
us a little more or less suffering to
,-why sho-ll he gire up his fate
r such an object? No; he preferred
The Origin of Oxygen.
That eminent scientist Lord Kelvin
nintained that -all the oxygen in the
cosphere probably originated from
ie action of sunlight upon plants.
hen our earth was a globe of hot
quid it c--atained no vegetable fuel
Ad probably no free oxygen. But as
cooled off plants appeared on its
irface. and these began to evolve
ygen through the medium of the
Inbeams. Upon the oxygen thus de
ed we depend for the maintenance
life by breathing. When we bur'i
>a or other vegetable fuel we use up
cygen, and it is to plants again that
e owe the restoration of the oxygen
us lost to the air. If they failed to I
ep up a sufficient supply the atmos- i
ere- would gradually part with its
tygen. and the inhabitants of the
trth would disappear '.n consequence
In Westminster Abbey.
Fox's-tomb is perhaps the most ridic
ous in the abbey, but others run It
rd-the naked figure of General
~olfe supported by one of his staff
full regimentals and receiving a 1
own from Victory; William Wilber-t
irce apparently listening to Sheridan I]
lng a comnic tale and contorting his<
itures io the endeavor not to langh;
te Sir Cloudesley Shovel, in periwig '
ad Roman toga, which exeited the,
irth even of contemporaries, and ali
ie monuments erected by the East
idia company, with palm trees and:
:her tropical exuberances, to the]
temory of great soldiers, like Sir EyreI
ote. From the point of view of good
iste a dictator would be justified in
Lsmissig these and many more to
te stoneason's yard.-Cornhill Mag
How Pausanius Died.
Pausnnlus, the Greek general, died
self administered poison. When
3tly pursued by those sent to appre
nd him on a charge of treason and
crilege he took refuge in the sanc-4
nary of a temple. Unable to remove
Lm by force and also unwilling to
olate the sanctuary, the officers wall
I up the entrance and began to un
ot the building. When he could be
en they noticed that he was chewing
mething which proved to be a quill
Led with poison. By the time the
'rlk had sufficiently advanced to ad
it of tlerentrance hewas in ady
Secret For Secret
In the days of Louis XIV. even war
rs bandied epigrams with one' an
The Marechal de Granmmont had tak
a a fortress by siege.
"I will tell you a secret." said its
mllitary governor after surrendering.
The reason of my carpitulatio~n was
hat I had no more powder."
"And, secret for secret.' return,.d
3 marechal suavely. "thre reasona if1
y accepting it on suchr "asy te'rrms
ts that I hrad no more balls."
Not So Absurd.
"Five years are supposed to have
'apsed since the last act, and thiat
:nan is wearing the same overcoat.
"Nothin' absurd about that. Lle'a
mkln' the part of a married man, isn't
Patience - Did you enjoy my last
yng? atriceI might harve if I had
nown it was your last. - Yonkers
Laziness travels so slowly that pot'
rty soon overtakes him.-Franklllin.
For Infants and Children.
le Kind You Have Alway Bought:
surt of I
They stood upon the crest of~ the
ounta~ nad garzed off through the
"Darling." he whrisperedi. be'iding
loser "give me a kiss-ju:,t one'
"No. Clarenace." she answered tim
ily; "some one. will hearr us. There
any be other ears around."
"Other ears: Why should you think
"Oh. because I have so often heard
f moutainee'Lrs 1 throught perhaps
here might be some around, and"
But just theu the're was a mighty
rash. .1 mountain goat had heard
e awful Pun and jumped over the
The Origin of tie "Marscillaise."
In thw reizin of terror under l-reren
ind 1::rr:r'. n hva hundreds of vie
its were 'arvedi! by the g:illotiae and
bie ieople roe a::iiust the aristocra
'y. wa ( born the hymn of France.
~oms .ed by l:.uget dIe l'Isle. Ie
,as an offleer of engineers and at a
Anque: w'as :-. ked t., compose a war
;onxg. 11e wrote it in his room that
2lght before going to bcd. and the
2ext tuorninrg his hostess. the wife of
he mayor of Strassburg. tried it on a
'iano. and in the afternoon the orches
xa of the theater played it in the
;quare of Strassburg. where it created
nucl excitement and gathered many
olunteers. Itouget called it a song
or the Armvy of the Rhine. but subse
juently it wa;; sung by a regiment of
rolunteer%. mostly assassins. who
narched out of Marseilles to Paris.
rlere it was appropriated by the cap
tal and called the -Hymne des Mfarsel
ais." Itut .Joseph flouget. the author.
lied in p'overty. - Deshler Welch in
Not Mero Talk.
"I ,:n&nt live but a week longer wiz
--oolish: t:lk. duke. How enn you
c 4n a spe4"itie length of time':"
**7. k:rdIord fix on it. miss. not I."
"Is Life Worth Saving?"
.Mrs. Mollie Meltaney. l'rentis. Miss..
vrites that ;he had a seivere case of kid
ev and bladder trouble. and that four
ittle of Folev's Kidney I' ernedv cured
er sound and well. She closes 'her let
er hy savinr: "I heartily recommend
oley's Kidney Rtenedy to any sufTerer
f kidney disease. It saved my life." W.
Brown & Co.
-'m afr.id my husband is develop
ng the gambling instinit." sobbed the
"What's the matter. dear? Has he
>een playing poker?"
"No. but yesterday he offered to
natch pennies with Brother Frank to
!etermine which one shoukl pay the
r fare."-Detrolt Free Press.
Getting Down to Business.
3Iistrss (to new servant)-There are
wo things. Mary. about which 1 amW
rery particular. They are truthfulness
td obedience. '9ary-YeS'M. and
when you tell me to say you're not in
when a person calls that you don't
wish to see which is It to' be, mum
ruthfulness or obedience?
Work 24 Hours a Day.
The busiest litue thing; ever made
xre ")r. Kinz's New Life Pills. Every
ill is a sugar co:,ted globule of health.
hat. changes weakness into strength,
anguor into energy. orain-fag into men
ai power: curing Constipation. Head
Lche. Chills. Dyspepsia. Malaria. 25c at
The Confederate Mnment.
The movement so long neglected has
at last begun to erect a monument to
he memory of the heroes who wore the
frny,-soldiers whose record w-s the
narvel of the civilized world. C'larendon
ow proposes to place upon the court
mouse square a suitable inark of its pa
riotisma by having erected a shaft in
ronor of those who responded and laid
lown their lives upon their country's
tar. All contributions sent to THE
hIAxxxxio TLMES will be acknowlio-acd
brough irS columns.
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uis Levi................... 10 (0
red Lesesne... ........ .... 10 00)
is. E. Appelt............... 10 00
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). L. Green........... ........na00
. 3. M!ason........... >00
. F. Ridgeway... . .... 1 '00
. M1. Strange................. 00
,V. T. Wilder...... ..... ..... 5 00
.. R. Harvin. Tadmor. Tex..10 00
Foley's Kidney 11ernedy will cure any
ase of kidney and bladder trouble not
eyond the reach of medicine. No med
ine can do more. W. E. Brown & Co.
.Iemson Agricultural College Exam
The exatuinationi for the award of
colarships in Gletuson Agricultural
Jollege will hre held ini the Count"
Jourt House on Friday, July 8th, at
a. am. Applicants ust fill out prop~
r formus, to~ be secured froin the Coun
y Superintendent of Education, be
'ore they will be allowed to stand the
xainations. For detailed informa
ion, apply to the Superintendent of
~ducation, or to the President of
A pplicants for ad mission to thme Col
ege. but not reekin;: for the scholar
hipsu, will also stand entrane exalui
antions at the court house July oth.
Thme schiola: hips are worth S100 and
The next session of t he college opens
Septer ber 14th, 1910.
cosT AsM> cornaxa~ OF STrIaY.
A:n.irie Iturte anrd .\ nial id us
.'41 Chem'rit ry anrd GehIy
* Michaical anid E'l-ctrical En~
r Tetile Iludustry.
('o.t pr r s.esion, including Board.
.and. HeI-tat. Li::ht. L'niorm~ and
I fees.~,l11.70J. Books and all other
nicellan-ous supphle-, about W.00.j
or sttudenits who pa:y tuition. $J0.r0
For c-atalo;z anid informatio~n, apply
A ct i:: Pre"sident.
A Helping Hand.
Is ladly Extended by a
n .\at:ing :: pepared to teill their .:per
eneee fo'r the p'ub!!c :: od . T':.,-.imontis
'omi such:l a ,our e is the be.'t f. evi
lence. anrd w i' pr *ea -hlp..had
o screits of re.:ine,'~. !b-adi -t fol"',.
ie roube for year-. I wa- :,.*d :
mrie oftea during the nighou:e '
>f :o fretiuent pasm~sa:eofheiny
icretons andh' baecaclhe and harp pa:id
ter. in. loin a .d. m mi'ra-e m'
imes I w'as -s lamne and sti:" that i i
ou ni di'lie'uI' 'to ,. wa o
'iever usecd an'"t he" re:': :av
u.- great reief.
CAga DraFor Infants and C-.
STOR The Kind You Have
NOT NARC OTIC.
A Aperfeciendy forss-or
<.tion, Sour sinmachDarh
Wormsgm Frri se
Tir te Ye
l: t Cne anOS SOF Wrorae
has regisTherey Years tr dwnt
The Light of the Stars.ockholr 40,000
Various endeavors have been made .IU .~If i.II~III~
to estimate the light of the stars. In
the northern hemisphere Argelander aS
has registee 324,000 stars down to
the nine and :i half magnitude, and p~Sok........4,0
with the i Of the es t hotometri oc
data Agnes M. Clerk's'-System of t
Stars' gives the sum of the light of
these northern star as eqivalent to
1-440 of full moonight, while the total.
light of all stars similarly enumerated
in both hemispheres, to the number of
shout 000.000, Is roughly placed at
1-ims of the lunar brightness. The
scattered light of still fainter celestial
bodie s dtflcult to compute. By a
photographic method Sir William Ab
hemispheres t1-0offull moonlight. K
times that of Capel!'I. or 1-SO of the
ligt o te fllmoon.
It s not certain, however, that the
sky would be totally dark -if all stars
were blotted ouL Certain processes START BOY
make the upper atmosphere strongly
luminous at times, and we cannot b e
sure that this light would be totally
absent.-Harper's Weekly.inte othwlbarodfri
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un:. If you are constantlv Nptting. blowing 3
th ns. asestppdup feeling. head n ack r fg.Co
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