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RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKEN
Kentucky Experiment Station Find
More Good Qualities Than In Aay
We lmv jiiKt closed a scrips of ex-ppiimt-nta
extending over n period of
two yeurn with 100 Khodn Island Red
TienH. Rhode Inland Tit-flu are a com
paratlvoly. new chicken, having only
Wn ndriilttvd to tho Stnnaard" fcy
11ih American I'oultry asportation In
Rhode Island Red.
February, 1904, but as a result of tha
experiments conducted at this station
we have no hesitation In saying that
they have more practical pood points
combined with fewer undeniable qual
ities than any other chicken. They
are: Broilers at seven weeks; fryers
at nine weeks; layers at 20 weeks.
When full grown, Rhodo Island lted
hens average nine to thirteen pounds
each und corks nine to thirteen
pounds. They are big red birds with
brown beaks, rod eyes and. smooth
yellow 1' gs. The males are a rich
cherry red and tho hens a lighter
ehado of red. Thev have the laying
qualities of the Leghorn, the vitality
of the Malay dame and tho heavy
coat of feathers peculiar to the Coch
in, but with bare legs.
Their color does not show toil. They
are a desirable table fowl at any age,
having oblong bodies, wide, deep, full
plump breasts and yellow styn. They
mature early, are very hardy and will
stand severe winters and continue lay
ing. They are good hustlers and bug
hunters and require les9 feed than
common chickens. They lay big
brown eggs, are enthusiastic sitters
end excellent mothers, although at
the same time they are easily broken
from sitting when desired. They are
free from disease and with their won
derful laying qualities, especially ia
winter are the ideal farmer's fowl.
The census statistics of 1909 show tho
average yield per hen throughout the
Vclted Status Is only 120 eggs an
nually. The experiments at this sta
tion have Bhown conclusively that
Rhode Island Reds can be depended
upon to lay from 190 to 210 eggs per
hen and as they cost no more to raise
than the old varieties, it would seem
to be a logical conclusion that poul
try raisers would do well to devote
their attention to this wonderful new
.chicken. Horse Cave (Ky.) Kxperl
nu tit Station.
RAISE SQUABS AS SIDE LINE
Industry Can Ee Made Quite Profita
ble With Proper Management
Start With Pure Breed.
An advertisement lately for a bunch
of common pigeons is a good Illustra
tion of the way some people get Into
the squab business the right way.
Any person who starts squab raising
jf'or profit with common pigeons leaves
behind all chance for success. Ima
gine a breeder starting with a small
bodied bird as the common pigeon for
market breeding, w lien the market to
late is demanding a nine and ten-poui.d-tothe-dozon
squab! Even when
there is a scarcity of squabs the cum-
Pair of Homere.
tnon pigeon Is a poor seller, and when
the offerings Increase there Is no de
mand for such stock. It Is just thU
kind of novice that Is responsible for
knocking" the squab industry, and
also the reason for some oit the fail
Many try to put the squab business
In the same questionable class s-s the)
Helgian hare and others, but even that
animal had to suffer for many things
human beings were responsible for. It
Is a sure thing that the squab business
nR a side line to poultry will give good
returns when business Ideas und
methods ure applied. There are many
who have been at It for years, and,
while not making a big cry over re
nulls, keep right at It yenr after year,
nay m's l,ut l'i'ItJ. btU l'relv getting
good results. Americans are not in
the habit of continuing any lobing Yen
'it.ie Liuuy years.
INTO THE STCCu POT
RECEPTACLE FOR ALl. LEFT-OVCft
MEATS AMD DONE 3.
Clever Housekeeper Allow Nothing to
Go to Wanto Delicious Flavors
That May Be Imparted by Ju
dicious Use of Herbs.
All left-over meats and bones In
tr?sh condition can be used for tho
jtock pot. Th bones from roast
jio.it hud the giblets and carcassos of
poultry are especially good. The gib
lets Include not only the gizzard and
neart of tho fowl, but tho neck, the
wing piniorm, tho head and feet. The
heads niunt be Bklnned, carefully
washed, and the bills and eyes cut
DfT; the tiny morsel of brain gives tho
broth an exlra succulency. To clean
Iho feet, first cut off the nails end let
them llo In boiling water for ten min
utes, aftor which tho skin can easily
bo removed. Hut also soak them In
Bait and water to remove the barnyard
odor before putting thera on to cook.
Chicken and turkey feet are gelo
'.lnous and add a good deal to the
quality of soup stock. Tho feet and
heads of duck and gese, however.
are not good for the soup. After col-
Jecting all tho material that can bo
had, weigh It and add a quart of water
:o each pound, putting In tw o or three
jarrots, one medium-sird onion, ttev
eral celery etalks, a few sprigs of
parsley and salt and pepper. Cook
;iowy until tho meat, falls to rags,
skimming off grease carefully for, II
aliowed to remain this will give the
stock a rank taste. Strain while hot
and when cold cover the vessel and
put away in a cool place.
A great many herbs and spices
whose usefulness Is rarely considered
In America are used In France and
Italy to obtain the delicate flavors for
which the French and Italian dishes
are famed. The most Important sea
soner In these countries Is garlic,
which with proper use is delicious and
with wrong use Is atrocious. A garlic.
pod is made up of a number of little
sections called cloves, and one of
these, peeled and bruised, is enough
to season an Immense dish. For a
llttlo plat made up for two or three
persons, several thiu shavings from
tho c.lovo are enough, and where the,
palato wishes only the slightest sug
gestion of the taste, the serving dish,
or Vessel may only bo rubbed with the
garlic. This flavor Is necessary for
all sauces that go -with spaghetti; a
beef steak rubbed with garlic before
it is cooked Is vastly improved, and
two cloves of it put Into incisions In a
leg of muttoji or lamb to be roasted,
will improve &era T.onderfully. Two
or three corcavon cloves, stuck In an
onion and boiled with beef eoup add
to the flavoring, and if a tablespoonful
of Worcestershire Is put with lamb
or beef to be boiled the taste V.-1U bo
another thing. Hungarian pepper on
paprika, Is also a very useful com
modity in the kitchen, this giving tho
most delicate flavor to tomato dishes,
omelets and salads of all sorts. Fob
potato salads tarragon vinegar is ex
cellent, and chives, which can he
grown in a little pot in any kitchen,
aro invaluable Tor the piquancy they
will give any dish, from an omelet to
a fruit salad. Sorrel, which Is als
easily grown, Is delicious for Friday
soups made of milk or a rich vegeta
ble stock with cream.
The hors d'oeuvre is not much used
by private families in America, but J
dish of any of the things used will ad
mirably set off a modest meal. Fo
oysters or clams, cooked or raw, two
hours before) serving chop two o
three shallots fine and put them In a
sauccdish with salt, pepper, vinegaf
and oil. Pass this around with the
shellfish, supplying email plates foi
holding the sauce. Anothor excellent
hors d'oeuvre can bo made of one
green pepper, aeveral slices of ber
muda on'on, and one firm, fresh to
mato. I'eel tho tomato and denude
the pepper of seeds. Then cut the
last In fine shreds, putting these on top
of a slice of onion laid In turn on a
slice of tomato. Put do this Individ
ual arrangement after the vegetables
have marinated In a dressing of olive
oil, lemon juice or vinegar and salt
and pepper. Anchovies, preserved In
oil are famous appetizers, and they
tire served as they come on a llttlo
dish with hard boiled eggs chopped
Cue, capers and minced prrley.
Nice Fish Dish.
Spanish mackerel is very nice baked,
with tomato sauce. Remove head, tail
diid fins, split tho fish in two and re
move backbone. Season with a little
suit and pepper and place in aearth
in baking dish, skin side up. i'ut over
It hulf an ounce of hot melted butter,
sprinkle with chopped onion and
squeeze half a lemon over it. ut It
in the ovea for 15 minutes, then pour
over It a teacr.pful of strained and sea
soned tomato sauce, bake for 15 min-,
utc-9 longer and serve la the dish It
was baked in.
How to Sweep Thread.
In sweeping a carpet, it is some
times difficult to get up long hair or
threads of stuff. The best way is to
brush lightly round and round Instead
of straight along, says the Louisville
He'tfld. All threads will then he
forced in a sort of ball and can b
jasily picked off tho broom.
Casollno and Cornmeal.
Dip a stiff brush in gasoline, then
In corumal, aud rub over any soiled
worsted garment You will be sur
prised to see how beautifully it ill
clean and freshen It. It also removM
spot 'tor ruga Rnd draperies
ELEVEN YEARS OF HEALTH.
Kidney Trouble Never Returned.
Mrs. Everett Griffith. 28-15 13. Indi
ana Ave., Evansvtllo, lud., nays: "I
u cerUtn'y la bad ehn;io from kid
ney dlaeflflO and It Is really a wonder
.- thf.t I am alive today.
1 f The kidney accretions
I paased Irregularly arid
1 were abnormally
" " " thick; I had bad spells
vILk times could h
C- I at and. My left
1 f below the knee
y. wnn my neaa anu at.
frf'" -.;)n!5 came bo badly swol
' Ah ' k len that I began to
t1' treat myself for drop-
ay and my back whs bo sore and lame
I could not raise my arms above my
head. I was finally Induced to take
Poan's Kidney I'ilis and in six weeks
I was well. My cure was made In
1S99 and I have enjoyed excellent
health ever since."
Remember tho name Doan'e.
For sale by all dealers. .50 cents a
box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Euffalo, N. Y.
Weeks I once knew a man who re
ally enjoyed moving.
Seeks I don't believe It.
Weeks It's a fact You see, ho
lived in a houseboat
CURED ITCHING AND BURNING
1 was taken with the Itch In April,
1904, and used most everything. I
had a friend pay me a visit from
Cumberland, and she advised me to
use Cutlcura Remedies which I did.
The euro was certainly quick, and I
use them to this day. I had It terri
bly under my knees. I only used one
box of pills, but two boxes of Cutl
cura Ointment, and I use the Cutl
cura Soap all the time. I hope this
will benefit others, as It hns me, after
Dr. and others could do noth
ing for me." (Signed) Miss Lu John
son, 1523 Ninth St., N. W Wash
ington, . C, April 3. 1910.
In a later letter Miss Johnson adds:
"The trouble began with an eruption
under my knees, eii3 extended up
wards toward my waist, until I was
not able to sit down. It kept a con
stant Itching and burning all the time,
night and day. I went to my doctor,
but he could do me no good after I
do not know bow many medicines he
gave me, and then told me I would
be compelled to go to a skin special
ist, which I positively refused to do. I
cried all the time. Finally I made
up my mind to try Cuticura Rem
edies, and tried Cuticura Pills, Oint
ment and Soap, and was enWrely
cured of the Itching three days after
I started using them. The healing
took about eight days. I consider
Cuticura Remedies marvelous, and
would recommend them everywhere."
Cuticura Remedies are sold through
out tho world. Send to Potter Drug
Chem. Corp., Boston, for free book
on skin afflictions.
To Pray for the Rich.
Two women prominent In St Louis
have started a movement to Induce
800,000 of their sex In the south to
pray every day for tho rich. They ex
plain they hope by organizing system
atically groups of women who will
pray often and well for the more af
fluent, wealthy persons will be led to
contribute to a fund for the evangeli
sation of the world. Belle II. Ben
nett, president of the woman's mis
sionary council of the Methodist Epls
oopal church south, and Mrs. R, W.
McDonnell are the originators of the
Trjr Marine Eye Itrmrdy for Hft
Watery Kyos and Granulated U1I3. No
pmaTttn- Jum Kya Comfort. Marina
fy faivn In Aseptto Tubea Nw
ita. H urine Liquid 5c-0c
With One Exception.
Harduppe Every man should mar
ry. Everything I have hi the world
I owe to my wife.
Wigwag Don't forget that ten spot
rou owe me. Philadelphia Record.
Po vottr feet feel tired, m-hr. und wire
it nisnt? Rub them with a little Ham
linn Wimrd 0,1. They'll be glad in tba
morning and to will you.
Those with whom we can apparent
ly tiecome we!) acquainted In a few
moments are generally the most dif
ficult to rightly know and understand.
If constipation la present, the liver
sluL'iiih. take (inrt'ield 'lea; it is mild in
actiun and never loti-a iti potency.
A man can get alone without doing
much If he has sense enough to kuow
what rot to do.
HE HAD $400.00 IN CASH IN 19C3J
NOW WORTH $3,000.00.
My perents were ' originally Cana
dians from Fsscx County, Ontario. I
was born In Monroe County, Michigan,
from which place I moved to Red Iake
Fails, Minnesota, where I farmed for
22 years. I sold my farm there In tho
Bummer of 1003 and In September of
that year came to Canada with my
wife and eight children. I bad about
$100 In eftsh, team of horsed, a cow, a
few sheep and some chickens. I took
up a Quarter rectlon cf land near Jack
Fish Lake, Meota P. O., and later on
purchased for $2,000.00 an adjoining
quarter section. ' I have now 4S head
of cattle, a number of horses, good
buildings and conulder my holding is
worth at least $3,000.00. My children
have raised from $300 to $500 worth
of garden truck each year since we
have been here. I have never had a
poor crop and havo never had one
frosted. My wheat has averaged from
25 to 30 bushels per acre with one or
two years considerably more. ' My
oats have always yielded well up to CO
bushels per arre and once or twice es
high as 85. My cattle have never been
stabled In winter, and do not need It
I consider that this country offers bet
ter opportunities for settlers than any
where I have ever been. I am sure
that almost any person can come here
and buy land at say $15.00 per acre
and pay for it in one crop. My ex
perience Is that If a man farms his
land In the right way he Is not likely
to have his crop frosted.
Most of the settlers In my district
are Americans and Canadians and I
know lots of them who came here with
little or no capital who are cow do
ing well, but I do not know of any who
have left through disappointment, or
becoming discouraged, have returned
to their former homes.
There are many whose experience
Is similar to that of Mr. Jublnville.
Secure Canadian Government litera
ture from nearest Canadian Govern
ment Agent, und see for yourself.
"When a Wife la Cruel."
The husband rushed into tho room
where his wife was sitting.
"My dear," said he, excitedly,
"guess what! Intelligence has Just
reached me "
The wife gave a Jump at this roint,
rushed to her husband, and, kissing
hitn fervently, Interrupted with:
"Well, thank heaven, Harryl"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It.
In T7so For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
By the Harem Code.
"Do you think I am really your af
finity?" Solomon's nine hundred and
eighty-fifth wife asked, coquettishly.
"My dear," the Wisest Guy said,
"you are one In a thousand."
"My dear," the Wisest Guy said,
He got away with It too.
The herb laxative, Garfield Tea, prompt
ly overcomes constipation, biliousness,
sick-headache and insures better health.
A Redeeming Feature.
"Maud Is a harem-scarum sort Isn't
"Yes, but her skirt Isn't"
Mrs. W!nlnr Boothlna- Syrup for Children
teetblng. softens the frutns, reduces lunammsr
ILon. aUlys pain. Guru wind cuUc, SUo a UlUa
Don't mind being laughed at; some
day you may splash mud on the laugh
ers with your touring car.
Lewis' Einple Binder, straight 60 many
smokcre prcler them to 10c cigars.
Flattery Is simply the nice things
we say about other people.
- f g:j l only ni of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is a positive cure for weakness and disease oi the fetcinine organism. It allays
g Inflammation, heals ulceration and southes pain. Tones sod builds up the nerves.
Lto not permit a dishonest dealer to substitute for this medicine which baa
record of 40 years of cures. " No, thank you, I want what I atk for."
Dr. Ptorps'a Pluusot fIlet ladutw mild mmiund bowl monuHmi oo a eVr.
Color more foodsbnKhtpr and faster colors than
dve sny garment without nppititl l'rt. Writ,
He Cot It.
"Won't you glv m an order?"
pleaded tha too-iierststent traveling
'Otfrtaluly. Get out!"
People) who nay Just what thy think
are moro numerous than popular.
Lupjifii iiifli ihm
Next tlm you're out with friends,
and you're ail wondering what yoi
cnu drink to S'.irnch the thirst some
thlrg that you'll all enjoy eugcat
Everyone will thnnk yon fir sn In
troduction to the most delicious, re
freshing and thirst quenching beverate
that anyone could drink. It Is cool
ing relieves fatigue and Just hits the
dry pot. At soda-fountains or carbon
ated In bottles Go everywhere.
As to lis whclesomennsB write to
the COCA-COLA CO., Atlanta, On . for
a copy of their booklet, "The Truth
About COCA-COLA" -compiled by authorities.
Foolish Fred Do you like Jobsers?
Pert Polly Yes, both human and
crustacean, in their salad days.
ASK FOR AM.FN'H TOOT-F ASH
tia Amltttlf powler to fthak Into ynnr lsw. R
ll".! fonts. Bunuriii, Ingrowing N'ai.t. Bwolien sn4
Bwt-tlpff f-l, D'tfttert Knd .!ims spot. K.ld
rwhre, 'the. mi't ncrit ftnv M6af'if. a.im
pieriiilU. AJdrr. A.leoS. 01uu.U-rt, La IU17, 1). 7,
The chief secret of comfort lies In
not allowing trifles to vex us. Sharp.
Garfield Tea cures constipation, keepa
the Lluod pure and tones uu the system.
Ever notice how many people there
are In the world who say: "You Just
wait, I'll get even with you!"
IF YOU II AYE A SICKLY
YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE
The family with young rhlldren that Is
without sickntBS In the houne now anJ
then Is rare, and eo It 1.1 Important that
the head of the housa shouiil know what
to do In the liule eniorxencls that arise,
A cljld with a serious aliment needs a
doctor. It la true, but In tha majority of
Instances, as any doctor knows, the child
suffers from some Intestinal trouble,
There Is no sene In irtvlns; tt a pill or
a remedy containing an ornate, nor la
flushing; of the bowels to be alwavs rec
ommended. Hather srlve It a smU dosa
of a mild, pernio laxative tonic like Dr.
Oaldwt-U'H Syrup Pepsin, which, by clean
ing out the bowels and strengthening- the
Org" nt red
German Savings Institution
Planters' House Building, 4th and Pine
Oldest German Bank in St. Louis
and in the State of Missouri
Loans and Discounts
St. Louis City Bonds
Cash and Sight Exchange.
Surplus and Profits
4, interest on twelve montha
3 on six months deposits.
2Vo on current accounts over
tsJltriaTa iTfiii n iM mi a rtawi.i !!. miw at. n rfna. nnjsV. mi.m
if. 'j "3 r'aoT,!iii Km1 nair, or iiiii)ti ttw bt.i
(j.iTprj iv-crUt your c tut
tpUUrtrnWiTii anil HiMik & E fre.
A ItSO KHIN K, J liiiioicnl for uiaoklTii. FVf
Stnttul. PMlufnl, Knouwl. fewulit-n Vr u. Ui)k l,
Gout. Piic (i.uO (r Ujtilo at dv-ler or dvliTcrod.
"other trchw onlf IS ounc mid prlca a4
many symptoms which some women en-
weakness or displacement of the wotnsnly
I j Cara 8trlned, PnfTr Ankle,
ill 1 ?,-JtllkllllN lVotl t-vll, 1' IMUikt,
! f J few, tluKft. itiirur, nntt .ltt4T
erfsns. Mrs. Lizzie White of Memphis, lenn., wrote
Dr. R. V. Pierce, as follows t
"At times I was hardly .hi. to t oa my feet.
I believe I bad every paia and ach. worn. a
could hTt). Uad a Tery bad c.s. Internal
organs were very much diseased and any back
was ycry weak. I suffered rcat d.J with
nerrom headaches, la fact, I auff.red all over.
1 his was my condition when I wrote to you for
advice. After taking your 'Favorite Prescrip
tion ' for about three months can say that mjr
bcaith was never better."
anv otherdyo. One 1(V- psirWaqe colors sll fiber. Thev dye in cold -e rbeffer than an nthrr dve You ri
tor tree booMet How to i ye. Hlrafh ami Mm CoUita. NOWIiut OKIG (UHrANV, ti . till
lsM4 MTlfcss, ft.
tses NaU, ViaMS.
' aaaivt)lU, I oss ru
sway t4B I i II. usj
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ri if',l.! l'-r f'-V,
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Make iho Liver
Do its Duly
Nine times In ten when tha livrr h
ri'ht the Ktotmvh und bowel are ri,;M.
CA RTF. ITS LITTLE
gen tly but firmly com-y
pel a hi ry liver to
do if duty.
' " IT'fl E
and Distress After F-atintr,
f.MAI.L PM.L, SMALL DOSF.. SM.UL PfttCS.
Genuine must Lear Signature
T) 1 o! this paper de.
tastxl in ha column tkotiKl instil upoa
Laving what they ak lor, rdiiiir.g all
IIV1C STOf X AD
1m frr--1t Tflr-r-T Tr ta,' t tJ)A low-K prices trf
Lt&rtMi.MlL I U.iUei to
lltt'e etcrr.ach tnuscles, will Immediately
correct the troubie.
This Is not alone our cp!nion but that
of Mrs. N. H. Mead of 1 reeport. Klin.,
whoso srranddaushter has been takirg It
successfully and of Mrs. J. H. Whuine;
cf Lena, Wis., who ptvea It to her chil'lrea
and titkea It herself. It Is soid la flftr
cent and ona dollar bottles at every
dn:g store, but If you want to test It la
your family before yoti buy It send your
address to Ir. Caldwell and ha will for
ward a supply free cf ch.irffe.
For the free sample address Dr. TT. 15.
Caldwell, 2ol Caldwell buiiiiing. MonU
- Shipping Fver
T'-ajiposaKl. Liquid ,(f i n oa t tmtjFV ; svct'o tfco t-. .xxl vtian.W- nxtt.i u.m
iwlufnomawwi from tarn body. rumirttrr:rT in rn ih-f,, s,p, I r.oim i
I cuilirj. lAtyttnirir M-tnrk rrDiy. nifi 1a tr-T.o anmn,t biLMTMLft twTi7
Jnd U a An k. '.An rvmmlr. fce tod l Nuu. ? auktl 1 10 Dors' a. O:. t!;l ov
:M-pit. shot (o jour tlrufrr'n. bo l II vn tt liu jotu Vnm Boo mot, mhltmy
SFCH!I I'EDICAL CO.. WZiZl. ESSKEH 1X3.. 0. S. JL
M V etu
denosits. f h.s. A. stockstrom oo f. M.ter
: Wrfir Ihrt L haa Stni'rtf
Net son W. McLeod Wm, J. Letn
tiiwtnH.Conradi H. Hunrcfe
Fred Oj-P K. Uutk.iMtm H. A. TroiUcht.
In Saskatchewan (Western Canad3)
800 Busheis from 20 acres
return from a Llo d-
oitoater faim In the
eaton cf IvlO. Miny
fteltis in that Mwtiiii
othsrr ditrlcit yicid
a4 from iS to 35 bu
ahftia cf wheat to tn
acr. Other graioa in
i LARGE PROFITS
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p j fru-n to mifUDcsj.
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4 XXf irsJ lrmmi;f.TUiif.MsUtl funn
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Irur pa.rt'cttl'in aa to location,
low Mt.iei ruiiitttr rM auil
Ijlkft Hrt VtVlrt," htall 1,11,. r to-
f'T-iiiilioii, w nt io Sup't vt 1 tunji
gru'lt ii, Ctf-Awa .'r..'la. tv
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