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If you ar'' looking for a light job
apply at thel gas works
Most of mian's illusions come out
with his ha;r.
Perhaps ignorance and bliss are a
better pair to draw to than folly and
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"A waitress is born to the work."
"Isn't she maid to order?"
"Why are some people so afraid of
the opinion posterity?'
'Itecause lterity bhelongs to the
class of people always after us."
Why He Loved Her.
She-is it because you think I'm so
pretty that you want to marry mne?
lie-No, it's because your parents
have a gramophone.
Nature's greatest curative force
Sweeps away derangements of stom
ach, liver, kidneys and blood. At all
druggists $1 per bottle. Vitalitas salve
60c per jar; or you can get it from
Vital Remedies Co., Houston, Tex. Adv.
Carpenter - You know nothing.
Didn't I tell you to watch when the
Apprentice-Yes, sir, I did, sir; It
was just 4:32.-Liverpool Mercury.
ImpOrtant le Mott.e
-CASTORIA, a safe and sore remedy for
infants and childrei, sad as that it
In We For over s Sn,
.Children Cry for Iletoher's astor!
Madg e'his summer seems to be
euch cooler than last
Marjorie-You must remember,
dear, that you're not wearing so many
A 5s3a ClUE ro0 CIrNG PFLES
And all forms of skin disease is t et
eeasme. It is also a specifica for Tetter,
Ringworm. Dosema. Infant Bore Head.
chape andal Itching sores.
"Enoo fid one dollar for which
lease send me two boxes lsttoei.e
this makes five boxes I have ordered
ftre you, the first one only being for
me, Isuffered with an eruption for
years, and one box of etterame cured
me and two of r friends. It is worth
its weight is old to any one sufferinl
e di flvo od ouht to know of
S luw" Jess W. Milled*-*
Teffesbe at druggists t by malI
4 0ar ife J.TUhl ptroe.Bavaanaha.( Anv.
"Tear olee doesn't to be do
"mag a great deal of work.
"No; rm tryin to be as quiet sad
bseure a possible so that nobody
wl ask me to reslag."-Washlngtoi
"e's a aqueer man,"
"Wheever the movies show the
ltIeas of the day he takes them in."
erlap he hes to se what~he
aIs are not wear threse days.Q "
1s year dauher g oigasway tais
'Ne; h s started a lirtatek
SRh the sma. ad we thaik her
wheaes 9gttlag married to him
W Vry uod."
Nevsr at Lee.
eIt t herd to beat Amrte e raste.r
"A frua at mne who got stuk
"With a So of B ess is shiwplug them
Ii Abel Sir e ae u ios."
New Name fer SON.
er'mer Poddershoks - Baew do
eme Immer boardrs of ylra r ae
brubea NobbeThey playgoal
hea slmar -a~ masta tre Press
'lD yes want a Job as a tfrm
M* ses rele Pl n Pee, yoea
Iars bues bLn t in tohe past sad
I tlik to. s h yes to make you
, siest of Jealous bra moIig al
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PREPARATION OF RATIONS FOR SWINE I
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$8.00, this unlovely animal is one of great importance to the farmer and con
sumaer as well.
9 (By E. J. IDDINGS. Idaho 'Experiment fe
e Station.) ce
How to prepare feeds for hogs to
it secure the greatest economy is a fe
question frequently asked by hog a
Corn should be fed on the cob. v,
i Where shelled corn is bought it gg
O should be ground or soaked. The m
Iowa experiment station after exhast- g
' lye trials found that feeding on the to
cob was most economical and that th
soaking for twelve hours was equal to pr
Such small grains as wheat, bar th
ley, oats and rye are commonly fed he
in Idaho and other northwestern
states. The outer layers of these m,
grains become very hard after a few loi
y months, and when such hard, flinty th
grains are fed to hogs a large part of in,
them pass through the digestive tract ca
s whole as waste. to
" Hogs can be induced to do their to
L own grinding by scattering grain on wi
a rough concrete or other feeding
floor, or by feeding grain in the wi
Ssheaf Ordinarily, however, we have a
a to grind, roll or soak the small wi
grains. Coarse grinding which leaves of
I hard sharp cornered pieces is not ree- E
ommended. Orains must be ground dii
SMne, especially for young pigs. Roll- in
a"g grains leaves them in a porous Al
Sconditin, and when taken into the ex
" stomach they make a porous mass fe
upon which the digestive Juices can ca
easily act. Grinding or rolling ordi- sh
narily saves about ten per cent. tl
Considerable ditfference of opinion mi
exists as to advisability of wetting so
CARE REQUIRED FOR Ti
THE WINDOW GARDEN
Particular Attention Should Be Hi
S oaid to Water anmd Shade
(Yr 3L . B.xIDROTONJ
Pay strict attention to th potted an
plants as regards water and shads, tin
r for all plants require some shade dur- wi
tag summer, espeelally from the aftee tp.
oon smashne. ta
ee to it that pleats Intended sor a
winter bloming are not allow*d to fr
bloom now. Pladh of tM beds as S
Pots plemad ia the border must be as
tarned emes a week to prvrat th its
roots striking through the drainage bin
Now Is the time for em attings pr,
of geraiums asd the Keep the ta
slips daa until well o ; thena r
pot. Kep all beds plbhed of until m
hot appears ad kils eoutdoor flowers. w
The oleander will root quickly If slips He
are eat three or oer bches lg, put ho
in a bottle of water, and hng n aa r
shadya pae. en
eeds o peasles, iseamts, pri the
roes, mpatient Se.am. and the lk.e b
must be sown now or winter bloom- pre
If you never have on the csa p t
draon of the preset day, and want do
spikes of beauty a foot long to glad
des the dark eyes of winter, sw seeds pr
of the Improved snapdrago.
Kill Pocket oephr 1·
An orchardlst at Quachy Wash., to
say that he has been smsesessfl In m
destoying pocket gophers I the or he
lhard b dlgle a bol % feut dse the
and a bet across. He has fmons that elh
the pocket gophers get Into the bole da
and ae e ry killed. He repore to
the Western Purmer that he hs
fond as many as 17 pocket gophere
in oe bhol.
Are eof Chrbaisids. b
The eoained area o the 'esndleids et
et the U 8tates l early equal the
o the area of rae or Germany. al
Mules ad HeNroes. os
rse are 4.31 o mules sad 3, tag
STA eres In the Untted SatOs. agg
dn es the rst thre month this b
ar, as esyur with ,MW *b
ags w es the uet quarer of sl. the
3MeM0 worth o valuable Umbear thu
r qkehlbmed wer
feeds for hogs. The self-feeder is suc
cessful if regulated to prevent waste;
and when used feeds are, of coure.,
fed dry. When rations are given is
a trough, our experience at the Idaht
experiment station indicates an ad
vantage from wetting feeds. Dry and
floury feeds need much liquid to
moisten them, and the saliva and di
gestive juices are hardly sufficient
for this purpose; furthermore, wet
ting makes feeds more bulky, thereby
preventing rapid eating, and when
fed in this rather bulky, wet form
they satisfy the appetites of the older
hogs for bulk.
Cooking and steaming were com
mon a few years ago, but are now no
longer popular. It has been found
that cooking tends to tessen the feed
ing value of some grains; and in most
cases does not bring enough benefits
to pay for fuel and time. Exceptions
to this rule are potatoes and beans,
which give best results when cooked.
Alfalfa hay is cheap in the north
west, and can be succesfully used for
a large portion of the brood sow's
winter ration, and as a small part
of the allowance for fattening hogs.
Experiments at the Idaho station in
dicate that alfalfa can be fed whole
in a rack with greatest ecoLomy.
After exhaustive trials the Nebraska
experiment station found that alfalfa
fed whole was slightly more economi
cal than cutting or chopping it into
short lengths, and that grinding fine
into meal as compared with the other
methods of feeding alfalfa was not
so proftable on the farm.
TABLE BIRDS OF
THE RIGHT QUAUTY
Houdan Males Take Kindly to
Fattening Process and Flesh
Hoadan males ap good breeders,
and seldom fail to produce chickens
that grow without much trouble, and
whea the time arrives or the sepmas
tien o the saws the cockerels will
take kindly to the fatteaning process
and put ea flesh rapidly, and make up
into table birds o good quality. The
ash of the Boduan Is of good color,
ine In grain. Jl and of fine flavor,
and an that ceount it has gained for
itselt the premier position as a table
bird is ts iative country. The breed
has been sed with advantage In the
production of eross-bred fowls both for
table use and eg producton, To
reproduce M e table birds Hoad
males are mated to buf Orplngtoss,
whist to produce a good laylg cross,
Houdas acokerels are mated to Leg
horn or Minorca heus. The Biodas
r bite Lshers Ie-undaoubedly the best
cross known for egg produetion, anad
the crossing of thse two disttinct
breds aot only accounts for Increased
prell in the progeny, but the
process at acsing impamves the rat
taming qualities of the eoekerels pro.
Pueed. It may be truly said that the
Heandas c apable at Improving to
psgeay of most owls with which it
is crossed, and on that account t it
an emesallet breed to turn down with
a view to tha improvement of arm
stoak o a amssemoript elts. A tew
mle menimms mated to moagrel
hems will stamp their lketea on
the wragssry, and set Oanly will the
ehasmns p-osu exel over ther
dams' meat epetises, but they wig
pr m bestter ayers,
Lime feo Pewls
the ha th acquires a taste It i.
always to ather the e several
times a day a that thre wil be io
hsan e ar bakage by hens crowd
t-g ae the et or by the ew ai
by bu g lat paullets h t aln
"or waem in, " W (). elr deaim ae
tbler tnown leaue or larbire an
elvlris- paSnlpma nestly a
1mark uLt tlr em r u ate tock a
pawsts maid m-a moa eeetrl
thnea' im an eags temB was-tnnos
Ui ~ i .ar. enm p
For Sixteen Years. Restored
To Health by Lydia E. Pnk
Moretown. Vermont.-"I was ton'
bled with pains and irregularities for
sixteen years, and
.. . as thin, weak and
nervous. When I
would lie down it
would seem as if I
was going right
down out of sight
into some dark hole,
and the window cur
tains had faces that
would peek out at
me, and when I was
outof doors it would
seem as if something was going to hap.
pen. My blood was poor, my circula
tion was so bad I would be like a dead
person at times. I had female weak
ness badly, my abdomen was sore and I
had awful pains.
"I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta.
ble Compound and used the Sanative
Wash and they certainly did wonders
for me. My troubles disappeared and I
am able to work hard every day. "-Mrs.
W. F. SAWYER,River View Farm, More.
Gifford, Iowa.-" I was troubledwith
female weakness, also with displace.
ment I had very severe and steady
headache, also pain in back and was
very thin and tired all the time. I com
menced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and I am cured of
these troubles. I cannot praise your
medicine too highly."-Mrs. INA MaUL
BL &G', Giford, Iowa.
Foley Kidney Pills Succeed
because they are a good honest med
icine that cannot help but heal kid.
ney and bladder ailments and urinary
irregularities, if they are once takes
into the system. Try them non
for positive and permanent help.
Ignorant of His Own Language.
The Boston Americans were playlni
the Nationals In the Bean City one aft
ernoon. Tris Speaker knocked out a
long fly that fell between right fleld
Danny Moeller, the speedy righi
fielder of the Nationals, went after it
crying out for the guidanee of Milan
"I have it! I have Itf"
As soon as Moeller had caught the
fly, a disgusted Boston fan remarked:
"That guy don't even know his ows
language. What he should have said
is: 'I've got it!' I suppose he's some
glnk that's trying to make out he's
been to college."
As a matter of fact Moeller not only
went to college, but graduated.-Pop
Refuge in Confusion.
"I suppos that by this time yom
constituents fully understand your po
"No," replied Senator Sorghum, "but
I think I have explained it at suem
dent length to prevent them from
making any further attempts to com
prehend It."-Washington 8tar.
ECZEMA ON HEAD AND FACE
Reedy. W. Va.--"My baby boy
when three weeks old took the ese
me on the head and fes. It broke
out in pimples and frst they looked
like bliste and a yellIow water woauld
run from them. His head was pe
fhetly raw sad his hair was all gom
Everybody amid he woald never have
any mm~ hair. As sores pread
his hair esame ot breaking ou
Itehed so badly that we had to keep
glovem o hSs hnds to kheep him from
serateh a his heesd sad he. It
earne disguremint. He eauld't
rest at nigh t burn and Itteds
"H*e p treated Oa elsght monts
and he gt worn all the tlme So
I delded to try Ctieor Soap sad
Ointment. In two monaths he wa som
pletely eMared afte asing the Catiearn
Soap and two bohes t CuteurM Olat.
ment." (Signed) G. A. Dye, Jan. 1,
CutiUera 8ap sad Ontmret ms
throughout the world.' Sample @1 eaek
fre,wlth 82-p. Skin Book. Address pest.
eard "Cutlura. Dept. L, Bostea."-Adv.
The Dentist-Let me set 'll have
to treat feour teeth-eight teeth
Mr. Pldo-Hold oat Four teeth,
eisht teeth, eisghteen toeth! What do
you thntak I am-- oombW--Landon
Gnre HMIl. Al.: a h.eut% Ughtal
Ol eared my wb at awre m am at
hamatis. sad my aMend oeeth
aehe. I ear tellb e iti L gS dor
ad yen ehlim sr is-A. 3. StrIamer.
Sand Seh bottles. A deale.-Adv.
Mrs. Knier--Hevems, she mSt
tb engaged to somebody alredy.
sbws.W wes esirud amup see r
see ma am *sgn. 3mers bdemm
when en oppeertuanity s ft ma be
bee set eas isked oat the wre g
s. neron ae 3sam 'e see
a i't smdesed lMh Se Le
lamsh a sirl aen at aduien.
) Q LYie ~'
LEFT THE ATTORNEY SMILING
Probably Judge, with a Little Thought,
Would Have Expressed Himself
in Somewhat Different Manner.
There was at one time in Georgia a
judge who had many duties beside his
legal ones to perform, but who never
for a moment forgot that he "em
bodied the law" under any and all cir
On one occasion he was called upon
to act as auctioneer to dispose of
some merchandise left by a dry goods
merchant who had died some time be
During the auction one of the bid
ders created a disturbance, and finally
the exasperated auctioneer, assuming
his character as judge, fined the man
$60, and sent him to jail for contempt
An attorney made an application to
remit the fine and release the prisoner.
on the grounds that there had been
no contempt of court. He maintained
that the judge when acting as auc
tioneer was not a court, and therefore
was not liable to contempt.
The judge heard this application
presented with rising wrath, and as
suming all the dignity which he pos
sessed, he glanced fiercely down upon
the diminutive attorney.
"Sir," said he in stentorian tones,
"I would have you know that I am
judge of this place under any and all
circumstances; I am judge all the
tilne, sir, from the rising of the sun
to the going down of the same! And
as such," shaking a forefinger at the
attorney, "as such, let me tell you,
sir, that I am always and everywhere
an object of contempt."-National
NO PART OF GIRL'S DOWER
Information That Probably Did Much
to Check Infatuation of Love
Young Tom Toote was spending a
holiday in the country, and had been
invited to the beautiful home of a
sweet young thing named Agnes.
"What a charming place!" he said
enthusiastically to Agnes' proud pa
ternal parent. "Does it go as far as
those woods over there?"
"It does," remarked the somewhat
unsympathetic P. P. P.
"Ah," said Tom, still cheerily, "and
to that old stone wall over there,
"It does," came the gruff answer;
"and it goes as far as the river on the
souath, and to the main road on the
"Beautiful!" put in Tom.
"Yes," went on the old man; "but
it doesn't go with Agile!"
Then Tom faded painfully from
Iot Springs Liver B.-a-fe
The best remedy for liver, stomae
or bowel troubles and especially con
stipation is the famous HOT
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Don't miss getting a box to-day
they tone up the liver, drive out the
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make you feel simply splendid in a
Cut out Calomel and sham bang
purgatives. Try HOT SPRINGS
LIVER BUTTONS Just once and
you'll have no use for any other liver
remedy. Fine for sick headache, sal
low skin, dull eyes and blotches.
Druggists everywhere for 2k. pree
sample from Hot Springs Chemical
Co. Hot Springs, Ark.
A remarkable case of reformation
on the part of two old euckoos is re
ported by CoL A. M. Blake from his
estate at Wiryn, Herts, Ebasland.
The oolaned state that he foundm
two young eekoeos with the parent
birds in taithful. ttendence. As is
gesrally known, the rssular habit of
the oeckoo is to lay its eggs in the
nete at other birds, learving the rear
in of thsir obepring to perfebt
This is said to be the third uceuas
sIre year that euckoos hav ebroght
up their yoa at Welwydr.
An observant Atchisoa woma says
she an tell from the wy a woman
roeeks on her frot perch what condl
tion the house behind her is in. If she
sways b·eck and f orth with a Sappy.
comnaortable motion, plumplng both
feet down in a relaxed sort of way,
thesn everything about the bouse is
abmolutely clan and at. But If she
roeks in little ervous jerks, tappng
her feet down at short and irrelar
intervals it snalSUes that there ar
unmade beds beind her and stacks of
unwashed dishes ad dusty Soars.
This I a presrltin prepared -
peally for Malaria e Chine and
Fpever. Ive r six dmoses wll break
ay ese., ad if takhe tlhea as a bet
the fewer wU not etura. I5.--Adv.
"nave you oautlied yomr polley to
"N" repliea Seat - r brhum; "I
am al lookig over the peieles' my
mUti smta havre tOtised to ms, try.
ing to deAldke on ws I had better
Putting mt MUImy.
Tom-Did yro say your fmrea I
Tab-Wel, she memed a siu
ette pown beume she eMuldat make
a shadow in tt.-Jdg
miss Summl-I muat aswer uis et
tr sad I wat to wrtte somethithMa
est man searthsi
ism Paiadeo-Why dent yes t
him pn lovie M-Pft
I ' ae t.a Ioep t gaI* paJ
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It was In a suburban town and the
ood minister ha taken his cI. . ci
Iboys n a Mttle pini out in the
Each we suppHlei wtth a basket of
fruit sad sandwlehes, and as they eat
down In a picturesque spot to appeas
The looked at each ythe*.rot aa Usi mmebHmdmrb,
"what does your rther do when he Leedlg Dumis,, 25 emes
sis down to ahs meas? '
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