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Some of the
in cases of malaria
Osidine Iakno n remedy
with a knowns result.
J. tes of either uel .pet
erbronimalari. Uxi dle
effects definite beorf
and almosat Instat reihet
Take it as a preve5Tive as
It is a great tonic.
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TAKEN TOO LITERALLY
ygreod Julia Gets Into Bad
reces of Mother by Giving
Tramp a Half-Dollar.
" e not forgetful to entertain sa
gaslur; for thereby some have en
.lsed angels unawares." th
e foregoing quotation is from
ptr =ill, verse 2, Book of Hebrews, Pe
it is Introduced solely because it
..gIttes a vital part of this story. dc
j^ is ten years old and she goes to
tb school. It appears that on a to
guu~ occasion the Sunday school
Ii bhad considerable to say about Be
i ls matter of "entertaining angels
awans." Anyway, it made a deep
- uoeps with Julia.
A tsw days after the lesson Julia's m
tr left her in chary- nf the house k
Iralew hours. When the mother re
gsmi she went to a particular cup Ii'
is 1 cupboard to extract therefrom ci
gehal dollar In this cup is kept
M btlly pin money, and Julia's 01
knew that she had put 60 ct
eats there before she had gone out. be
yg Io half dollar was gone. There
gl-la expression of anxiety on
Mt face and mother scented mis- Ic
'" ym take that money?" asked
I s Ither, somewhat severely.
Jg broke into tears: "I gave it to
& 'W that came to the back door."
ithe Ilttle girl.
'be it to a man!" exclaimed the
mIaer. "What for?"
"I bteght he might be God." tear
ty repled Julia.-Kansas City Star. v
NOW IT SEEMED TO HIM.
w C Wa0
$grIopean plan? I
ea th' gst-rich-qulck plan. I
Move for Change in Time.
Th Prench ministry of public works
_ aeavorlng to have the gover
t7t adopt the system of re reonng
*LIa o railways by the use of the
I* from 1 to 2~4, instead of p noon
I 3 midnlght. This system has s-I
. ma been adopted by many conti
tal railways and has been In op
Mollea for years on the Canadian P
Tihe r olway.
S Hard to Manage.
I raever see you eat corn on the
S I always avoid laborious food."
.-E yon would get up In the world
might patronixe a roof garden.
Recommends Poetum from Per
3I. one is better able to realise the
ous action of caffeine-te drug
,ffee-oa the heart, than the do
Tea is fJust as harmful as coffee
it. too, contains the drug cat
W hea the doctor himself has been
eoved by simply leaving off coffee
t sangt Postum, bhe can refer with
conviction to his own ease.
_.A Mo. physician prescribes Postum
, many of his patients because he
: benefited by it. He says:
- wish to add my testimony in re
to that excellent preparatic
. I have had funetional or
heart trouble for over 15
and a part of the time was u
Sto attend to my business.
Was a moderate user of coffee and
set think drinking it hurt mae. But
imopping it and using Postum lt.
aII my heart has got all right, and
uie it to the change from coleo
'I al prescribing It now In cases ao
Ellsmms, especially when coffee does
jl agree, or affects the heart, nerves
When made right it has a much bet.
hror than coffee, and is a vital
er of the system. I shall con
to recommend It to our people,
I have my own case to refer to."
given by Postum Co., Battle
Mich. Read the Ulttle book.
Roaed to Wellvlle," in pks.
ee m the sheve ltest A mew
ems twem sttme to time, shey
Ieuemti r, l mell et uM at
Union of America
Matters f Especial Mmeeet to ho
tie Pragrerie Agricikiriris the
Good lovers are good haters. mu
Dynamite is a good stump doctor. ce
The grain should have ventilation. dei
Teeth filed in time save the oat bin. of
The dairy harvest is seldom hailed ce
When a man's down he thinks it is er
all up with him.
Half the so-called failures in life are CO
real!y never-wazzers. en
A thoughtless man loses a lot of w
time when he hurries. me
The well-made bundle is often half to
the profits in harvesting.
When the new carriage is bought It
see that a shed goes over it. me
The man who lives in silence is me
sometimes found awake. ha
Diplomacy is often a knife in the po
hands of the underhanded. to
It takes a swift man to pursue a di'
successful career nowadays.
Some people are so fond of ill luck he
that they run half way to meet-it. th
If it wasn't for the misfortune some ci
people would have a lot to boast of. ef
A wise man never boasts of his wis- ka
dom. He wouldn't be wise if he did. In
Lazy men like to fish and hunt-fish te
for suckers and hunt for soft snaps. cc
As a rule the girl who is self-pos
sessed can be induced to transfer the re
Age brings a man knowledge of or
many things he would rather not n!
Perhaps working a little less and wl
living a little more would iron out the gi
creases on mother's face. be
Good, clean men, free from oaths or tb
other bad habits, are the pride of this m
country. Be such a man. Help some- et
body else to be so, too.
Do not make it your business to al- su
ways be pointing out the other fel
low's mistakes. It is just possible he na
could turn the tables on you.
To make a living is the first object hi
of education. Any education which
fills the learner with hopes and de- T
-ires, but fails to enable him to realize
them, is false, and deserving of de- i
WHAT TO DO WITH PROFITS h'
Question of Vital Consideration Among e:
Various Co-Operative Associa- t
tions of Country.
That to do with profits which arise t
incidentally is a vital consideration. In iu
the ideal co-operative company, like it
the Danish bacon factories, the mem
bers buy one share each for about b
$6.25, but the share amounts to noth- it
ing more than a membership fee. V
since no dividends are paid. The '
company uses this money as a work- t1
ing capital and at the same time holds ei
back a small portion of the value of 'I
the hogs marketed, but at the end p
of each year the entire amount that a
is due each member for produce mar- b
keted is paid to him and nothing re- ii
mains that can be called profits, all t
having gone into the price.
In this country substantially the it
same plan is often followed in co. a
s operative creameries, the whole profit
a being included in the price of the
butter, the shareholder getting a nom
t inal return, corresponding to interest,
on his share of stock. In the case of C
grain elevators there is a diversity of
practice; some follow the above plan,
but unfortunately a considerable per
Stentage-probably 85 per cent-do
otherwise. In Iowa there are eleva
tor companies which have made it a
matter of boasting that they have paid
100 per cent. dividends-a confession
that some cooperators have made
money out of their fellows. Other
companies make a practice of paying
16 or 20 per cent In some, according
to the charter, no dividends can be
paid, but a surplus may be accumu
lated and at the end of the period this
shall be divided pro rata among stock- .
holders. This plan may be good or
bad according to the stamp of men
who are running the company. Then
there are some elevator companies in
d which profits are to be divided in the I
form of a rebate on the basis of busi
ness furnished the company by mem
bers during the year, and this is gen
,u nine co-operation.
One reason why the dividend-paying
plan has been permitted to work its
e way into the elevator companies is
g because it has often been difficult to
Sget sufficint capital; but by offering
• a good rate on the shares the farmers
£. have been ready to subscribe. In
nearly all cases the number of shares
, which one man may hold, where per
n hapa 400 are issued, is limited to ten
1or fifteen. This is in order to prevent
the real co-operation from degenerpat. I
m ing into take co-operation, where a
Ssmall group get control of the com
pany and run it in their own interest.
SA common practice where a few men
set out to dominate a company is to
Sbuy shares for different members of
Sthe family, which shares can, of
course, usually be handled as a unit
At the annual meetings of the various
state associations of co-operative com
Spanies this question is always debated.
and the sentiment is usually against
Spayment of dividends above a nominal
t Crushed Bone Fertilizers.
SCruashed bone is a valuable fertiliser
for fruit trees and may be used to ad
t vantage whenever it may be secured
a at a reasuonable price. An application
Sof 400 to 600 pounds of bonemeal per
Sacre will prove helpful on silt and clay
Increase of Dahrytng.
S Dairying is becomting more and
r more the ba'klhnb, of the ouaemtrv
FARMER LACKING IN SYSTEM
So States President Barrett of Farm
ers Union in Address Urging
President Charles Barrett of the Na
tional Farmers union, has sent out
the address to the officers and mem
bers of the Farmers union:
The success of the Farmers Ware
house company, of Mississippi. recent- T
ly merged into the National Ware
house company, and due entirely to
the initiative of the Farmers union in
Mississippi. is worthy of the study of
every farmer in America. From the
manner in which this splendid con
cern has achieved triumph can' be
demonstrated the value to the farmer
of cooperation, the necessity of con
centration, and the paying results
which attend the entrance of the farm
er upon business methods.
This is one thing the farmer of this
country needs greatly to iarn--mod
ern business methods. In this resptct
we can pattern after the scientific
methods which have brought success
to the great corporations of this cou:n
try, and without which no enterprise
of any nature may hope to survive. tot
it is common knowledge that the far- no
mer of the south, with one of the u'
most splendid assets in civilization, w.
has sacrificed a tremendous per cent yo
portion of his just profits by failure pi
to observe the rules prevailing in or- Li
dinary business channels.
The founders of the Farmers Ware- k
house company of Mississippi some We
three years ago recognized these prin- 3
ciples, saw the need of science and 01
efficiency in the handling and mar
keting of cotton and set to work to le
insure both of them. When it en- n'
tered into the field this company found m,
cotton conditions in the chaotic state E.
characteristic of the handling of this
great staple. They have introduced V,
reform, radically but surely. The men r
they have selected have been chosen fa
on the test of ability to get results. to
not on soft-soaping or flattery gags of
The farmer has been given a place *
where he can store his cotton, have it
graded by an expert in his employ,
borrow money on it-so recognized is
the stability of the company-have it
marketed with exper: knowledge gain
ed of the world conditions of consump
tion from the farmers' and not the con
sumers' or the gamblers' viewpoint.
It is no wonder that the phenome
nal three year success of this practi
cal amalgamated enterprise moved its
authors to merge the various ware
houses and the parent company itself
into the National Warehouse company.
The authorized capital of the latter is
$2,000,000, with about one-sixth paid
in. The majority of the stock is held
by farmers. The functions discharged
by the Farmers Warehouse company
have been amplified by its successor.
which plans to spread throughout the
cotton belt. It retains its own traffic
expert and handles the products of all
its members upon a business of basis
end not of sentiment. That Is why it
is successful. It has the confidence of
the leading bankers of the state, which
is sufficient guarantee of the sensibil
ity with which it has been conducted
The officers of the ational Ware
house company are T. W. Cartkr. pres
ident. N. A. Pittman, vice-president.
W. B. Sewell, secretary-treasurer.
The board of directors is composed of
the best-known and substantial farm
era in Mississippi 4nd other states. a
The stockholders line up on the same
principle. What I have said is simply t
a brief statement of what the ware- t
house company has done, as i!ustrat- A
ing what may be accomplished once I
I the farmer puts his shoulder to the
wheel and resolves to restore busi
ness methods to the solution of busi
MAKES HIGHER SOCIAL ORDER a
Co-Operation Means More Than Mu- I
tual Financial Advantage- Farm- I
er Must Learn.
SCooperation among farmers means I
more than mutual Afinancial advantage.
SIt lays the foundation of a higher so- I
Sceal order. Too long the farmer has
Sbeen an individualist. Too long the I
country has lagged behind the town, I
a condition which, in part. is due to
the fact that every man has acted 1
ind4ependently of his neighbor The
modern social economic statns has
been attained by mass movement. The I
farmer must learn to utilize this prin- I
SThe soils and crop department of
SPurdue is carrying on co-operative
crop experiments with varlots farm
ers throughout the state on methods
Sof seeding oats and oats fertilization.
The department is also co-operating
g with about twenty-five members of the
SState Canners' association in a series
Sof tomato fertilization experiments.
Flavor of Honey.
A curious Interierence on the part
Sof the honey bee in our economical
Squestions has occurred in the tobacco
t growing sections of the country. They
gather nectar from the tobacco blow
Ssome, and some of the apiarists com
. plain that the honey is fi:vored in a
t way that is neither delightful nor
f Neighborly Co-Operation.
t Balt pork and soggy potatoes are a
s poor diet for midsummer. Kill a hop
- divide with the neighbors, and each
d. in turna provide fresh meat. Live of
t the garden as much as possible, worry
l less, and add to your health and
length of days.F
Kill the Fever Tick.
s Down with the Texas fever tick
d- down to the Gulf. There a not roon
ad for good cattle and the tick in the
n south, so the latter mus O. Let eo
r erybody help,
Get Rid of Scrub BulL
Turn the scrub ball into bologna anm
fill his place with a sire that will ad,
d dollars to the value of the here
through his -roglry.
Tells How Sik She Was And a
What Saved Her From
An Operation. be
Upper Sandusky,Ohioh .-"Threeyers re
ago 1 was married and went to house
keeping. I was not ar
feeling well and
could hardly drag ir
myself along. I hadth
such tired feelings, co
my back ached, my th
sides ached, I had WI
bladder trouble aw- to
fully bad, and I could iy
headaches, too, and as
became almost a ner- a
vous wreck. My doe- ar
tor told me to go to a hospital. I did be
not like that idea very well, so, when I bE
saw your advertisement in a paper, I
wrote to you for advice, and have done as tr
you told me. I have taken Lydia E. a
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and us
Liver Pills, and now I have my health. vE
" If sick and ailing women would only bi
know enough to take your medicine,they at
would get relief."-Mrs. BEN. H. STAN t
BERY, Route 6, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, w
I Ohio. p4
If you have mysterious pains, irrego
Slarity, backache, extreme nervousness,
'nflammation, ulceration or displace
a ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia
e E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now. w
s For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's F
1 Vegetable Compound, made from roots
D and herbs, has been the standard remedy ei
a for female ills, and such unquestiona:s
,S testimony as the above proves the vae.
of this famous remedy and sbold give b
e every one confidence. a
"THE ETHIOPIAN RACE."
d )i v
Don't Take Calomel
Bond's Pills Are Better
They do not sicken or gripe.
t They do not "tear you to pieces."
r. They do not leave you constipated.
of They are small, mhild, efective. Why
n waste time and money on unknown
e. and expensive purgativest
re Just take one Bond's Pill at bed
ly time for that headache, biliousness,
"e torpid liver, etc., and wake up well!
It. All Druggists, 25c, or send to Bond's
Pe harmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark.
se A free sample on request. Adv.
al- Sang for Sultan.
Mulal Hafd, the ex-Sultan of Moroc
co, while staying at Vichy, in France.
made an excursion to Lea Ardolsleres,
Ssays the "Matin," where Napoleon III.
used often to go for rest. Three young
p. girls, sisters, timidly approached the
Sultan and asked him to sign post
cards. Mulal Hafld consented on con
ditlon that they would each sing a
na song to him. Two of the girls at
. once complied, and the delighted Mu
o. Ial Hafid wrote on their cards words
as which, translated, mean: "ike Na
he poleon Ill., I have violted Les Ardol
rn sileres, where I have enjoyed, together
to with the calm and freshness of na
ed ture, the grace and charm of the
he voices of Miles. Pauline and Clo
as tilde." The third girl did not know
be how to sing. but one of her sisters
in having sung for her the Sultan added
the game of Oabrielle.
Proud of His Longevity.
M. Joseph Madarsy, aged ninety
eight, and the oldest member of par
of liament in the world, wishes It to be
known that be Is not thinking of re
n signing hbls seat in the Hungarian
l relchstag, as his political enemies re
port. He declares in o interview
ng that he means to sit until be is a bhun
he dred at least, and after that to live
e antil he becomes the oldest man in
the world. In order to make msure of
this. he carries constantly with him
a list of all the accredited centena
rlans livring, and marks them off as
art they die.
co Poor Smith,
'e' "You look as if you'd been in a
o fight. Smith."
m- "No. I've just been initiated into a
ror "What society'?"
Minor Bookkeeping Item.
A smallltem was overlooked in the
s bookkeeptlg department of the United
o states navy. It was the charge for
uch gns Installed on the battleships Flor- I
og ida and Utah. The itePm was for the
rry trtfling sum of $1,S0i.000.
COLD BLOODED AXD
Cslal: Sev.JU sees.ssauI Teo.. vms:
" iLv use me ler 4.eLb a tame
with ChiN is ssjqNWr . Im e rsfM wrath*5
same smil l ii. ?nm U- bl l gmi
sh. The man who sboota at random
*v sever hits the target
M mmd s. ,W~ W#d1. ainssOr NAIA min$R. PUS $5.00ums
FOREIGN BELIEFS ARE QUEER
Spanish Wedding is Ruined if One
Person Appears Entirely in Black
-Some Other Signs.
In Spain the wedding is spoiled if
one of the guests appears entirely in
black, or if the bride looks into a
mirror after orange blossoms and veil
arefast in her headdress.
When a person's hair ends split, it's
taken by the superstitious for a sign
that she is either a witch or has been
be itched. As blond hair splits more
readily than dark hair, all witches.
spirits and sorceresses have blond or
red hair, according to the standard of
On the marriage eve there is often
much good-natured. rivalry between
the groom and the bride in the Slav
countries as to who shall blow out
the candle, for the person who does
will be "first to die." It is impossible
to trace the origin of this superstition,
yet it prevails in aristocratc society
as well as in the peasant's hut, even
as like this, that "to insure the life
and health of the children" the wom
an must occupy the right side of the
bed. In addition, she must not smoke
before her forty-fifth year. -
There is a superstition in this coun
try and many others against burning
a broom. The bud of birch broom is
used in Southern Germany as a pre
ventive against erysipelas. These
buds, a piece of yellow wax and some
other articles are enclosed in a pink
silk bag, secured with red silk and
worn on the back of. the neck. The
person must change his shirt every
Charles Grafly, the noted sculptor,
was talking at his summer home at
Iolly Grove, near G'oucester, aboutthe
iaint humor of the Gloucester fish.
"In Gloucester one day," he said, "as
I idled among the shipping, an old salt
began to narrate his experiences to
"'Wunst, he said, 'I was shlp
wricked in the South sea, and thar I
come across a tribe of wild women
"'Wild women without tongues!'
said I. 'Goodness! How could they
A young man who had never testi
fed before was called before the court
as a witness in a certain case. He
was somewhat flustered over the at
tention that was being paid him, and
mumbled his words so that the yong
woman stenographer could not hear
them distinctly. He was told to speak
plainly and to turn toward the stenog
"Speak to the stenographer," said
At that the young man arose gpd
with a deep bow to the lady said.,
"How do you do?"-Satire.
American Tools Preferred.,
A favorite sport in New Zealand, as
also in Australia and Tasmania, is com
petition in wood chopping and sawing;
and in these contests, which attract a
great deal of interest, the champlon.
ships are always won through the use
of American tools. In fast, the exfiert
woodsman working for a prize would
never think of using any other_ kld od
Some people would rather make an
a effective appearance than a good
A man must draw the line some
where, but the chances are be will gel
.c on the other side of it later.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
_ ~:~~?p ·i.~~~~_q*i_ '~f1
Norman White, who is again in the
political ring-this time as a Bull
Moose-is telling a story to lighten up
his tariff opinions. Here is the story:
A new baby arrived at a house. A
little girl had been the pet of the
,amily. Every one made much of her,
but when there was a new baby she
felt rather neglected.
"How are you, MAry?" a visitor ask
ed of her one afternoon.
"Oh, Fm all right," she said, "except
that I think there is too much competi
lion in this world."-Lowell, Mass.,
A Pen and Ink Shakespeare.
Woodrow Wilson. on a recent visit
to Atlantic City, referred good humor
edly to his rather illegible handwrit
"But my hand is nothing," hle said,
"to that of Horace Greeley.
"Poor Greeley once quoted from
Shakespeare in a leading article. 'Tis
true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis, tis true.'
"This appeared the next day:
""Tis two, 'tls ffty, 'tis ifty, 'tUs
A fairly prominent local pugilist was
injured several mouths ago in an au
tomobile accident and bhad three ribs
broken. Fully recovered, he was dis
cussing the incident recently with
"I got $100 out of the auto owner."
he said. "Had to give the lawyer half
and it cost $54 for doctor's bills, but I
made them pay $100 for the thing, any
"Why do they call it 'Labor' day"
inquired the mystified foreigner.
"'It's labor's day off," explained the
If yes wish besutital elear, white
elthes. use lRed Crm . an les AM al
sood sears. Adv.
Mother-Now, Willie, wash yew
wrists and seek as well as yea
hWlB'i -Wh'e ' W •,t
WlmS~-W~O s VC- aiwt
is My Choice of »
Duke's Mixture Presents"
Among the many valuablMe presents now griven away
with Liggett U&Myrs Duke's Mlitturethere tsaomethin to
suit every taste-and in this all-pleasing satisfaction the
presents are exactly like the tobacco itself. For all classes
of men lihke the selected Virginia azo North Carolina bright
leaf that you get in
Now this famous old tobacco will be more popa!ar
than ever-for it is now a Liggell & Myers leader, and
is equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you can b:7.
If you haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with te
Lr edl & Myers name on the ba--try it now. You
t will Ilte it, for there is no better value anywhere.
'or sa you get one ea A founces of choice ranulated
tobacco. unsurpassed by any in quality, and with eachesk you
get a book of cigarette papers FRIkL
Now About t!. r.ee Runts
The coupons now packed with LigtI df' Mers Du:e's
Mixture are good for all sorts of valuable presets. These p ;
eats ot y nat -aI pemsy. The list inacdees not ob7
smokers' articles - but
Swomen and childrca-C1ae
'funtaln pens, mbrellas,
camoras, tollet artcles,
* - tens racquets, atct'er's
gloves and masis, etc.
As a speela oder oeob~ d
Bephasser ed O=ee
t passe nsd addsees as a postal
Cmas D s Mit s
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d CAUTIOLN-T p e.et 7. sa st Lkeer s, W. L
Dessie sImEl I ne as th beI s. Lak fer a she
embeatiest, W.1I. Dmotas .se ase seMl t! 7*e stees me -,as*
0eobrywere. i meaiesr wMc reels .. they are we iwpa raec. M ear
dalr cmn a t mm, ;y w ea l. is eet dtrt o l ewan bw"
Old Roman Wall Uersete d.
A part ai the wall which once n
closed old St. Paul's, London, hu been
discovered n excavations at the cor
ner of Paternoster Row and St. Psal's
alle) in London. The wall, which Is
about 60, feet long, Is made of chalk
and rubble, and was built I the
twelfth century. On the 8me selt
pleces of a Roman ampbra, Romani
vases and some SamisL ware have
also been found. Other "oadd" Include
a camel's sketl unearthed i High Hot
born and a large quantity at pipes ef
the eighteenth eeatury. Under some
old stables In Bartholomew Close
one of the oldest parts of London
three Norman arches have been found.
They are close to one another, and
are believed to have formed part of
the cloisters of the priory which once
stood on this site.
,oeldent Marred Temrnament.
I An extraordinary accident marred
I the military tournament held at Dur
ban (Natal) during a reest sword v.
sword competltios. SIeruget Wright.
B of the Carabineers, who was opposed
tq Quartermaster-Sergt. Raptia do the
same regiet, rwetved his oppo
"et'E sword between the ribs, on the
Sleft side. The weapon snapped, and
tlet tee sharp end In the wound. The
injury was pronounced serious, but noat
The Edueatlenal Step.adder.
I We know what kindergartes is for;
I It Is to educate children for the pri
r. mkry grades.
We know what the primary grades
are for; they are to eduoete hildren
for the grammar grades.
We know wha e grammer grades
are for; tte7 an to edcate children
a for high school.
We know what the high school is
for; It la to dleate ohldren for col
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