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rary OtbeT Day,
19DAY aftd fUTUTUUT
loi klnrHIW Port
i SUM Matter.
IglRatea ton Applications
Hmt MATS KT3UCXT.
tt Carriers Will Fly.
an age ef great discoveries
ridee on the air. Soon we
Uncle Sanvs mail carriers
in all directions, transporting
Peonle take a wonderful in
;dfcovery that benefits
That's why Dr. King's New
try for Coughs, Colds and
Throat and lung diseases is the
lular medicmo in America
I me of a dreadful cough,"
?. J. F. Davis, Stickney
Me., ''after doctor's treat
t all other remedies had
For coughs, colds or any
A affection" it's unequaled.
;0c and $1.00. Trial bot-
1 All r-..
" duration of life.
Iffon, the naturalist, makes the
ring calculations ori tho dur
Y of life: Prom tho best cnlcn
only one out of 3,210 reach
;e of one hundred. Of 1,000
its nursed by the mother, about
I; die; of the same number
out 500 die. More people
to a great age in elevated situ
is than in lower ones.
the children born alive, one-
th die before eleven months, one-
before the twenty-third month,
Ijbefore their eighth year, two-
lf" of mankind die before their
-ninth year, three-fourths be
their fifty-first year, and of
t 12,000 only one survives
HAZY AS TO DETAILS.
"hat was a famous love affair ol
fo and Leander."
Im yes, so it was. By the way,
the story end at Reno?"
never saw anybody so devoted
hat man to continued stories."
I Yes, he even begins his breakfast
what Makes a Woman?
Ir hundred and twenty pounds.
jar less, of hone und muscle
make a woman Its h jro(d
iatinn. Put in o it health and
;th and blip may rule a king-
But that's just what E'ectric
give her. Thi usatuL-i bles
for overcoming fainting and
pells and for dispell ng weal -
i nervomnn-js, btckache aid
lietlest?, wotn out feeling.
ctric Bitters htve done me a
fj of urood," write E izi Pool,
bw. Oxla., "and I thank you,
I all my heart, for making such
food medicine." Guaranteed by
THE WRONG WAY.
A popular book is religious in
LSWhat way's that?"
It always keeps lent."
STRANGE WAYS. .
first Actor So you've gone back
the Btraight drama?
Second Ditto Yes, I'm in one of
Me "crook" plays.
HE'S UP ON GOLF.
'Angry Papa Son, I'm going to
je a golf club and spank you.
mart Child I suppose you'll use
.mWwkMfew York Globe.
isecf. Bite Costs Leg.
itontaaaH Ural hla 1po from
bite ef anMneect two years be-
re. 'in event even calamines irom
ys and Wtea of ineecte usa Buck-
a a . .
Arnica aeive promptly to Kill
rand rf yeflt inn immatlon,
indVpaiH. Heals burn,
tru, ajlfn, pcma, cuts,
)nly as cents at A ) Drug?
DESK USED IY HAWTXOWH
Pfrfee. a It een
He WBe awvaywr ef Wa Part
The ckek at which Nathaniel
Hawthorne worked when he was sur
veyor of, Iho port of Salem, during
n period in the Polk administration,
is still in existence In Salem, care
fully preserved by its custodians.
Hawthorne secured tho appointment
as surveyor through the intervention
of his Democratic friends, who were
influential nt Washington at the
time. Senator Fairfield of Maine
was especially active in tho matter,
and tho munificent salary of $1,200
enabled this somewhat financially
straitened literary genius of the
first rank fo live in comparative
comfort during his four years of in
cumbency. With the election of Taylor and
Fillmore the Salem Whigs conspired
to have Hawthorne supplanted by an
official of their own political itripe,
and tho result of thte unnecessary
proscription against quo of SaleoVa
most noted native sons was hie
greatest story, "The Scarlet Letter."
Appropriately, too, "Tho Scarlet?
Letter" is prefaced, with an intro
duction, a reminiscence of the au
thor's experience at the dingy seat
of Salem's customs. The collector
at the timo was Gen. James Miller,
tho hero of Lunds Lane, and LTaw
thornc's references to tho man who
could say in an exciting emergency,
"I'll try, sir," lends interest to what i
is really one of the most attractive ;
portions of tho book. I
Hawthorne refers to this identical !
desk in his minute description of the
business room of the custom house. I
"An old pine desk with a three-'
legged stool beside it," is the way he
referred to this equipment.
HIS ONLY CHARITY
Womx'i (fttalift'' frwbjfi.
Bit SMMtr. Tee. Mre. Loey Om
frtlt, of tale pJece, nye: ''fitoty
two eke, I had to fo to bed tad
tay there eereral day a. I enfferee!
untold misery, rtotbtae; aoipiB to
help me, until I tried Cartbi, the
woman's tonic. Althottffh -I had
been afflicted with womanly weak
ness for seven years, Cardui helped
me more than anything else ever did,
It is surety the best tonic for men
on eajtb." Weakness, is woman's
greatest trouMe, Cardui is woeim's
(jretest roed!ie, because it&ver
cornea that weakness and brlnprback
strength. In -the past 50 veamf Car
dui helped ever a million Wenen.
Try it for your troubles, today
IREAL ' LITTLENESS OF JKAN
Sydney Smith Could Im No Rmmh
far Him t, Reval In HI;
Talis some quiet, aober moment ei
life asd add toretlwr the' two ideaa
'of pride aad of nuua; behold hire, a
eveataw ef a span high, fiMfrmg
fhrcmgh, infinfas spaoe in all the
grandeur of littlences. Perched on
a little speck of the universe, every
wind of heaven strikes into hia blood
iho coldneea of death; his eoul fleets
from his body, like melody from the
string; day and night, as dnet on
the wheel, he is rolled along, the
heavens, through a labyrinth of
worlds, and all the systems and cre
ations of Qod are flaming above and
Is this a creature to revel in his
greatness? Is this a creature to
make to himself a crown of glory, to
deny his own flesh and blood and to
mock at his fellow, sprung from'that
dust to which they both will 60on
I return? Hoes the proud man not
err? Does he not suffer? Does he
not die? When he reasons, is he
, never stopped by difficulties ? When
he acts, is he never tempted by
pleasures? When hev lives, is he
free from pain ? WheiNie dies, can
he escape from the,. common grave?
Pride is not the heritage of man ;
humility should dwell with frailty
and atone for ignorance, error and
imperfection. Sydney Smith,
i Preferred Locals.
See J. H. l)uag for contraccinii
building and general repair work u
all kinds. Phum 47fi
THREE DtSHCSLbNG POPULAR
Met Ceeftetf Tertfwa a Favoftt With
Many WaeWei a la bm
FOR RENT Five room cottage
Dinks Old De Close is a sort of 'with ood garden hi d stable
miser, they tell me.
Winks Yes: but there is'; one'
thing he dispenses liberally. ,
Dinks What is that?
Winks His pessimistic talk.
-. . . 1
"Why is it that tho dog is always.
referred to as the most intelligent
"Because he knows how to get a
good living without doing (any
work, Tephed the horse. New Or
M. F. CRENSHAW.
:t 5 Per Cent Money to Loan.
On GoodSouth Christ ianfTLand 5
yen is time.
f' J, B. Allensworth. Atty ,
Office-Phone 267-2. Res. 742
T. i Knight $ Co.
Real &sG . Lb.
"He said he couldn't live without
"He seems to "bo doing'' it, al1
right." ? J
Why, she married him Is
BOOKKEEPING BY MEMORY.
"One of the most remarkable men
I ever knew," said Jfayor Shank of
TTtflinnnnolia. "was a fellow xvhn
"I know, but she's a club woman." WQ-pked in a West Washington sfreet
furniture store. This man could
neither read nor write, but that did
Casey Do you iver play cards, not fieem to bother him in the least.
O'Brien? i Tvhen he waited on a customer
O'Brien (a gardener) Faith, no 1 ho would ask the customer's name
Oi get, me full 'av handlinspades in nd address and go through all tho
the davtoime. Boston Eveninir motions of writing them down in a
Hot Ceokei Toaewe. TaJie a
naoawo toagua and aoeit it in ooia wa
ter fwr II hours, then vtowe It in a
pot te Ml; eorer ft wttk water, a4eV
in oee cMurot, two oaioas, tyro doves
ad a1 fw iMptwrcorna. IM eMa bolt
lor tlrree and a half hours, Mien re
move tit tonipte from the llfiwoi1, akte
It ah 4 trim the root of the tonjpie, and
servo with hot cherry entice, made a
follows: One table ot red cur
rant Ml? (melted), one wino kIam of
port Wine, one of ctrk, two large
oom of brown anno, the Jatee of
three ornvetes and one of temeai and a
little cayenne peeper; toll ell to
gether for halt am hour. When re
deced to a-haUth qwantity strain
through muslin and add some stoned
bottled cherries. Put it in a senee
heat andrterre hot with the tongue.
HnhWta a la Crm Tntea a pair
of young rabbit, kf tkwa m milk
and water to keen tfcem wMto, drate
ana eredge thesn frmr vfth Mir, pen
per and salt Beaito -wet wKh hnetor.
when nearry eeoawd add half a ptot)
of cream to the IissIm jmter WWi
with. Drede trrmr wMt fionr msHl it
fornn a onmt Da aad poar &m ht
Sparrlhs. te itinuUMfc Bparerfse or
loins of fresh pes trr ffweet eMer in
the pan In ploe. of. the nceeeeary bit
of water to start wrtk, benUtag fre
quently with the cider. It wnl gHe it
a delicious flavor.
To test nutmegs, pick them with a
pin Oil 'will Instantly spread around
tho puncture if they are good.
For an appetizing salad mince a
couplo of green peppers, mix them
with three tablespoonfuls of chopped
chives and serve on white . lettuce
leaves with French dressing.
Shredded red cabbage and white
celery cut fine make a very popular
salad. Sprinklo the top ot the Balad
with a tablespponful of minced onion
and dress with oil and vinegar.
When cooking catchup, Jelly, etc.,
try putting a few marbles in the ket
tle to prevent burning. The heat will
keep the marbles rolling and thus pre
vent the catchup, etc., from sticking
to the kettle.
"When roasting a fowl in a gas stove
put three tablespoonfuls of water into
the meat tin at tho bottom of the
stove. You will find the steam will
make the bird tender, and obviate
the necessity for continually , bast
To fill preserving Jars without
splashing and spilling the preserves
over them, use a gravy boat , It Is
easily dipped Into tho hot kettle of
fruit by means of the handle and the
long mouth fits Into Jars of almos
any size and thus prevents spilling.
French Layer Cake.
Take eight eggs, half a pound of su.
gar, half a pound of flour, a quarter
pound of melted butter, a spoonful of
vanilla extract. Beat. the eggs with
the sugar, heating near a mild Are
until tho mixture Is a little warmer
than blood heat They may be heat
ed in a pan of warm water or on the
back of the range. Whon well warmed
remove from heat, continuing to beat
until they are quite cold. This makes
the cake short and tender. Add the
flour with a wooden spoon, then the
butter. Put into a buttered mold and
bake in moderate oven for 25 min
utes. Cut into three layers with a
sharp knife. Fill with mocha, choco
late, caramel, vanilla or any other
book. When ho had finished wait-
' ing on tho customer, no matter how
, largo a bill of furniture had been
sold, the clerk could go to the book-
Core and pare tho apples. Put a
little sugar, water and lemon Juice
Into a baking dish with tho apples
and bake until tender, but not broken.
Remove to a serving dish, fill the
centers with Jelly or marmalade and
pour tho liquid from the baking dish
over them. Make, a meringue with
the whites of two eggs and four table
spoons of sugar and flavor with lemon
and vanilla. Press the meringues on
the tops of the apples, using a pastry
bag and star tube or drop from tip of
spoon. Bake in a moderate oven about
eight minutes. Garnish with Jelly.
"I pcrmit my wife to run our m,A rfvo tho customer's name '
IOUSO exactly tO Suit herself." . anA n,1,1rQa nT1(1 nonnrnfo rWrir,.
. I a
"Why do you drag mStho word Uon mn the price of every article
Pern4?" i- k sold, from memory." '
"Is she rich?"
"Heavens, yes! A specialist gets
$10,000 a vear for floctorinp hor
J r o
"Why don't you keep a car, Pil-
"Well, for one thing, I'd hate to
beg my gasoline from door to door."
PITY TI8, 'TIS TRUE.
Greene Some day I'm going to
invc a chicken farm.
Brown (who had) On youj
The Choice of a Husband
is too important a matter for a wo
man to be handicapped by weakness, 1
bad blood or foul breath. Avoid
tiles? kill-hopes by taking De Kind's1
Life Pills. New strength, fine com
plexion, pure br?sth, cheerful stilr.--its
thing that win men follow
their use. Easy, safe, sure. 25c, All
To Cream Butter Quickly.
To cream butter in cold weather for
makjng hard sauce or cake, pour on
about two tablespoons of hot water,
and sugar immediately, and heat It
will be white and creamy in lees than
flvo minutes, and thn boiling water is
an Improvement, if anything.
The quantity of the other ingredl-;
enta is the same.
Seelllnf Eey'a Fun.
The Belmtiet who eradieatee the
saeaalee germ will not be Kfayd4 m
a friend by the bey who weeld rather
be an interesting invalid the to
One teaspoon mustard, one salt
spoon salt, pinch of pepper, three
tablespoons of oil, one teaspoon ef
Ylnegar. Mix all together; dip slleed
kidneys in it and broil. After broiled
dust cayonne pepper over them.
Wax caadlee which have naeei
dusty or soiled can. be auuie ueifeot
white by rubbing then with aetea
piece ef Hansel ulpp4 in spMts
Heat thin slicee of .smhed itur
i.. ... :. i.ni.. Mo.' ...
suMhU. H4kee oc buttered toeat,
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Not Narc otm
Tot Infante nd Children
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