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CHAFir.G OF DAOY
Boreneua jnd Bleeding Qu'oMy Cured,
Mm. J. P. .Deal, Kansas City, Kan.,
"I cannot speak too highly of Until
nol. Wliim cur baby fin four months
old she was no fnt that clmfi.d In.
the creUKi-8 of her legs and body, flha
was so soro and Inflamed that. )
bled, end wan fretting and crying a I
most constantly. Ileslnol Ointment
was recoinnionJed to un. We hud
tried everything that could 1)8 Ihounlit
f without miccec, but Itenlnol cured,
her la very short t!m. Wo rnnnidnr
It tho heft household remedy for Irrl
tatitiR fliln troubles, and would not
be without It. Wo are aluo greatly
pleased with Keslnol Snap. It 1 do de
lightfully refreshing for tho bath."
Ilesinol Olntmont and neslnol Tollot
(Soap are high grade standard prepara
tions, nnd their merit and reliability
have won them a place) la millions of
homes. They are for sale at every
drug store on the American conti
nent and by nil leading chemists In
ether countries. Sample sent free if
you will mention Department No. 48.
Keslnol Chemical Co., DulUrooro, MJL
Easts Turner I should think you'd
havo lots of trouble collecting 'way
Collector Suremark Not on yT
life; everybody here knows I kin
plunk tho bull's-eye nine shot3 out of
Ready for More Sacrifice.
Frank Mr. In tyre, after a recent per
formance of "tinobs," fell Into a
story-telling mood and recalled the
vaccination of the six year-old son of
one of bla rrlends. The boy was
given EO cents for undergoing the or
deal. The following day he said to
'"Daddy, Isn't there anything else i
you can bavo done to me? I need tha
He Proved It.
"My dear, I was one of the very
first to leave," said a man who, on re
turning from an evening party, was
greeted reproachfully by his wife.
"Oh, you always say that," she re
torted. "Well, I can prove It this time, any
how," Insisted the husband. "Look la
the hall and see the gold-mounted um
brella I've brought home."
''Do you mean to tell me you really
live In Chicaso?"
"Yes. You speak as If you thought
It remarkable for mo to do so."
"Why, I supposed people merely
tayed In Chicago until they got
money enough to live In New York."
Tha Gist of It.
Two and two make four. This Is a
TwOiftnd two make three. This Is
Two end two make one hundred
and fifty. This Is high finance Up
Mother Yes, Johnny, the queen bee
Johnny How about the presiden
with cream or
Ready to serve instantly
just open the box and
enjoy an extra good dish
"The Memory Lingers"
Sold by Grocers
ud at tho
POSTL'M UK I' At. CO.. ltd.,
I'ure 'i.HJ o!v.-
li-Ulio Cieok I t Mich.
STETHOSCOPE 13 VERY HANDY
Placed Again. t fart, of Machine
Bound Will Till If Anything
Amiss With Mchlnry.
A sort of lllionrfi,(i for the iimo of
'i'Kliu-,.rB fur II, d..t..iou of loose
follower bolm, broken Kintp rltiRH.
leaking pliitorm, ((., Ih tuiKK'Hted nnd
di'iirrllifd liy n t-otitiibutor to Power
and tho KiiKlnwr. Tho llluulrntlon
shows Its 'iii.nil arrangement. A.
small tube It la Kold.iod to the ilia-
phragm of the transmitter, and a small
rod A supported by a spiral spring C.
Is fitted lu tho tubo and projects at
tho end of the transmitter. Tubo
connections at tho out.slde of the
transmitter and of the two receivers
and connections of -lnch rubber
tubing complete tho apparatus. When
the rod Is placed against the cylinder
water pipe or other parts of the ma
chine and tho receivers to the ears
the sound will tell the engineer whetb
er anything la amiss with his machin
ery. EACH EMPLOYE HAS HIS CUP
Ohio State Journal Furnishes Individ
ual Drinking Vessel to Composi
tor- npjVo-4,i on Pacer.
Each compositor on tho force of the
Ohio State Journal of Columbus, O.. t
has nn Individual drinking cup. the
cups being kept in a wall case as
shown In the Illustration. The case
Is 3 feet high by 27 Inches wide, and
accommodates 49 cups. A number Is
tamped on each cup and a check
Sanitary Cup Rack.
bearing the same number Is tacked
above the cup nail on tho back of
the case, along with the printed name
of the ow ner of each cup.
Modern Wooden Sailing Ship.
There is a general Idea that the
wooden balling ship Is a thing of the
papt, but there recently loaded at
llalttinore for Its maiden voyage a
wooden vessel that far outranks any
that ever put to sea. This is a six
masted schooner called the Wyoming,
and is a splendid ship in every par
ticular, with a gross register of 3,730
tons, or twenty-two tons more than
the 'well-known steel hull six masted
schooner William L. Douglass of Bos
ton. The Wyoming Is 329 feet 2
inches long, t0 feet 1 Inch beam, and
30 feet Inches depth of hold. It has
three decks, with five discharging
hatches, and took as Its frst cargo
r,K22 tons of soft coal for Iloston.
The frame of the huge schooner Is
securely strapped with Iron and itB
keelson Is protected with big bands of
sheet Iron. Telephones, steam pumps
steam hoists, etc.. make the vessel up
to date In every particular. The ves
eel cost $190,000 to build.
Composition of Putty.
j'utty is composed of dry whiting
and raw llnBevd oil. For glazing, add
aiout 10 per cent, of white lead to In
crease durability. In hot climates a
llttlo cotton seed oil should be added
to prevent tho putty from drying too
Nagoya, Japan, produces about $",00.
Otn) worth of clocks annually. Tokyo
cn.-s i.eit with an output of 2;.0.000.
Japan's exports of clocks umount to
about 1350,000 a year.
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WHY DO MAINSPRINGS BREAK
Despite Best of Cars LHtls Strip cf
Steel Sometimes Snap Into
"Who wrot tho letters or Junius?"
Who was the roan with tho Iron
musk?" Why do watch mainsprings
break? Tho Viest ninlnyprliiKS break,
mid they will break Until the wntrh.
makers discover some secret of na
ture whkrh Is as yet unrevealed to
them. They know that a sudden elec
trical disturbance of the atmosphere,
extreme chariRes of temperature, or
contact with a cold substance will oc
casionally result In a broken main-
pprliiic. Hut they do not umlerrtand
why a spring Fomelinies snaps In
twain or In twenty pieces despite the
best, of care. Tho sprint? la n piece
of tempered steel, usually about twen
ty Inches long, coiled In R barrel be
tween the upper and lower plates of
tho movement. It Is the motive pow
er of the watch. It Is made In de
grees of strengths, widths, and thlck
ne.Rcs suitable to the watch. As It Is
subjected to varying conditions from
highest tension when fully wound to
comparative rest when the watch Is
run down, and as It Is constantly un
dergoing a change In resistance as Its
rolls unfold. It seems tp be the only
part of the watch subject to casualties
against which even careful uso can
not always provide.
One of the largest manufacturers
of watches In the world states that a
sudden spell of hot weather Is Invari
ably succeeded by a noticeable In
crease In the number of complaints of
broken watch springs. At first thought
this Information Is puzzling. A sud
den drop rather than a sudden rise In
temperature would seem to be the nat
ural cause. Cast metals show great
er brlttlenesa at low temperatures un
der all kinds of stress. And steel and
Iron show a marked loss under Im
pact or sudden Rtress.
It may bo easy to understand the
breakage of a mainspring when In ex
ceedingly warm weather tho watch Is
removed from a superheated pocket
nnd laid suddenly on a cold marble or
iron slab. Hut the sudden breaking
of tha spring while the watch runs un
disturbed In the pocket Is a fact and
MAKING NEW COPPER GUTTER
Illustration Shows How to Construct
New One as There Is No Way
of Repairing Old One.
The gutters on large buildings are
liable to buckle and crack, which will
cause a' leak, says the American Arti
san. As there Is no way of repairing
Gutter That Will Not Crack.
old copper gutters except by solder
ing, the sketch shows the proper way
to build a new one. The copper sheet
Is bent with a crimp In the lowe6t
part of the gutter as shown at A, and
fastened with a Vila, turn over
seam B to a clip C that Is 1V4 in
wide. This clip la fastened to the
6healhlcg with copper tacks.
Save Gutta Percha Tree.
On account of the extreme useful
ness of guttapercha In many indus
tries, every effort Is being made to
save the tree that yields the valua
ble gum from extinction. No satisfac
tory substitute for gutta-percha, as
found In the forests of the Malay pe
ninsula and In Malacca, has been dis
covered, and the natives. In order to
get quick returns, are destroying the
trees so rapidly that a gutta-percha
famine Is feared.
ES NOTES B
The art of manufacturing nulls by
machinery was first practiced In 1790.
As far back as 1550 It was custo
mary to make pencils that carried
Cloth la now woven from a species
of seaweed. Its fibers may be spun
Into threads like cotton.
The manufacture of what Is called
"American-style" furniture Is becom
ing an important industry tn Spain.
A machine which cuts up wood to
make matches turns out 40,000
"splints," as they are called. In a mis.
ute. The automobile factories of Michi
gan employ 50,000 men, In addition to
20.000 engaged !n the manufacture of
Digging a H foot sewer at Montl
cello, N. Y., has unearthed a large
copper mine which had beea long for
gotten. In a new washing machine the turn
ing of a crank revolves the bottom
and operates a vertical plunger at the
A simple clf mp has be-en patented
by a resident of New Jersey to hold a
miter Joint together Ormly while It Is
U Is rather singular that Washing
ton Is the only state west of th
Rockies that contains coal from whlcH
coke can be made.
A recent United States patent cov
ered a centrifugal machine for con
verting liquid soap Into so'Id. ettfcer
In bar or powdered form.
for cutting Ico In Bmall quantities
there has been Invented a short, stout
raw. Willi a chisel at the end of the
b'.sdo and a pick at the back.
HO'.lAf.CE THE IS 0 T.l E
INABILITY TO DETECT IT CAUSO
OF MANY MISERIES.
Domestic Dutl.s Never Appear to B.
Mera Drudgery When the House-
wife Goes About Them Ir the
The dullness of domestic; life Is on
of the commonest complaints uttered
fcy a certain type of the modern wo
man. She chafes at the daily task,
the common round. To her It sewns
that the four walls of her home par
take of the character of a prison house
and that all tho romance, the pleasure,
and the Interest of life lie outside.
Within she finds only drudgery and
aordld conditions. She awakes In the
morning with a nigh, contemplating
the dreary duties. She Beeks her rest
at night, bored and weary with th
tedium of a day's domestic toil.
She envies the woman who works
In the wider world, who mixes with
men in the mart, who carves for her
self a career, and who Is free from
the endless Irritations and annoyances
that beset and vex the woman In the
Such thoughts as these Increase her
discontent. The monotony against
which she murmurs grows more griev
ous. She acquires a chronic querul
ousness that communicates Itself to all
who come under her Influence. The
husband feela It and flies for comfort
to his club. The children are con
scious of It and seek solace in other
scenes. And the plight of the woman
becomes more pitiful. She begins to
brood. She feels that she Uvea
She may become sour, narrow, pes
simistic, morbid, and nervous; all and
each of which, will be quickly reflect
ed In her health and appearance, till
ehe becomes the most melancholy In
fluence In an erstwhile happy home.
Inability to detect the romance of
domesticity Is more often than not the
reasons why the miseries depicted en
ter presently Into many married lives
that had opened under the most prom
But what Is the romance of domestlo
life? Wherein does It He? Only
those who are unconscious of It will
ask the question.
Is there not, In the first place, ro
mance in the very came of "family?"
Is it not one of the most profoundly
interesting culminations of ages of so
cial evolution? A microcosm of tha
Etate, It should possess, in little, all
the interest of a state. Whether it
be en autocracy, a limited monarchy,
or a republic of two. It has foreign
relations which require the exercise
of the utmost tact. It haa or should
have an annual budget, which may
cause much consternation In certain
quarters of tho domestic menage. It
Is concerned with commerce. The
quality and quantity of Ita imports,
although figuring under the mundane
names of bread and meat and grocer
ies and such like, are of as great im
portance to it as its foreign trade to
the most populace state.'
It has trafrlc-lDdlrect, It Is true
with foreign lands. Even the humble
currant that adorns Wednesday's roly
poly pudding grew on the sunny slopes
of Greece and each lump of sugar
dropped Into the cup brings with it a
measure of tropic heat of the south
The Increase in the population of
the home Is, la proportion, as far
reaching In its effects as in the growth
or dwindling of its people to the
greatest nation. It sends forth emis
saries to form fresh colonies, and,
more often than not, it maintains a
defensive force In the sSape of a dog
to guard It from the Invasion of hostile)
It may seem trivial, absurd, to draw
such parallels between the home and
the nation. But a deep truth under
lies such fancies. And were the la
bors of housekeeping and the respon
ilbllltleB of family life looked at in
tho light of their true importance, the
monotony and tedium with which, to
some minds, they are invested would
fall from them as the chrysalis husk
falls from the gorgeous wings of the
butterfly, permitting it to soar into the
higher, brighter element for which It
Beat the yqlks of four eggs, to
which has been added one even cup
ct powdered sugar for five minutes.
Then add the w hites, which have been
beaten thoroughly, one cup of flour
with one teaspoonful of baking pow
der, and lastly add one tablespoouful
cold water. Filling: Two cups of
milk Into which has been beaten the
yolks of two egg3, two tablespoonfuls
cornstarch, one-half cup sugar, ono
' . , . . I .. t ' ' . l)q In
three layer tins.
Split Pea Soup.
Wash and soak a pint of peas over
nlKht,, put on a beef bone to cook
early in the morning; skim It careful
ly then add the soaked peas, and sliu
mer at back of stove. Tbey ought to
rook soft in three hours; then add
half a cup carrots cut fine and. If
Vked, a little minced onion. Another
hour should finish it and give you a
delicious and wholesome soup.
Onehalf cupful of molasses, one-on-h;Uf
cupful of cream, one half cup
ful of milk, four egsa, yolks and
whites beaten together, one cupftu of
sugur, thirti good cupfuls of crumbs,
ouo teaspooiiful of baking powdw.
Cinnamon ud cloves to tasta.
lJf -4 .J. I L j L xJ I
SOME MISTAKES IN POULTRY
Too Many Beginners Stsrt on To
Large Scale Most Common Er
ror (s "Learning Too Fsst."
It Is well for the brRlnner to adopt
the advice of men who are veterans
in the service. In order that they may
avoid many of the stumbling blocks,
siys the Poultry Jouinal. "
Too many novices start on too
large a scale. They are not content
to begin at the bottom round of the
ladder and gradually climb to th
top. That Is too slow for them. If
blessed with sufficient capital they are
pretty sure to start on a large scale.
Without experience. Is it any wonder
that they do not succeed?"
But this Is not the only cause of
failure with the beginner. The oth
ers might briefly be stated as hav
ing too much land; buildings too scat
tered, entailing too much unnecessary
labor; tho breed or breeds selected
not being suitable for the purpose
Intended; bouse not built upon
the sanitary plan; too much chacg-.
ing of the bill of fare; unmindful of
small details; harboring too much un
profitable stock; carelessness In car
ing for ailing birds; relying too
much on hired help, and learning too
It Is a waste of money to buy too
much land. From 5 to 10 acres Is suf
ficient for the largest kind of plant
A general mistake Is the continual
changing of the bill of fare. There
should be one system of feeding and
that regularly followed. The bill of
fare should contain the greatest va
riety possible, but the system should
not be changed. New articles of food
should not be given to the exclusion
of others until the fowls have had
chance to become acquainted with
them. All additions or change
should be gradually made. If the
fowls are doing well on what they
are getting, no change should be
made at all.
Probably the most common error la
"learning too fast." It la a note
worthy fact that, as a rule, by the
close of the first year the beginner
forms the opinion that he knows It
all. Thirty years spent in the poul
try yard has taught the writer that
he has much yet to learn. There Is
always something new turning up.
The wise man reads, studies, prac
tices and Investigates, thus daily add
ing to his store of knowledge.
SUCCESS IN TURKEY RAISING
Inadvisable for One to Attempt to
Rear Large Fowls Unless Abund
ance of Space Available.
It Is Inadvisable for any one to at
tempt turkey rearing unless they have
abundance of space, for thes birds.
i ---.;,T' ' ji-.v'. . .v.. .f.
Gobbler and Hen.
more perhaps than any other denl
tens of the poultry yard, are unable
to bear confinement. Sundry attempts
have been made to rear them In lim
ited runs, but as yet the effort has
not met with Buccess. Those who are
favored with space will find turkey
rearing profitable, provided that they
can secure atu-ntion being given to
COMBATING LICE IN CHICKS
Small Quantity of Olive Oil Rubbed
on Fowl's Hed Will Prove Quite
If fowls are healthy, the premise!
kept clean, and a dust bath or ashes
provide 1. lice rarely get the upper
hand, it being through the brood
hens, transmitting them to the chick
ens, that most harm ensues. A hen
with many or few lice on her when
sitting transmits them to the chick
ens immediately they are hatched.
They are to be found stationary on
the chicken's head, above the beak
and eyes, and in a few days when they
get more plentiful, are to be found
behind and on top of bead and throat.
A 6liuple and effective treatment
adopted by the government station la
New South Wales Is to placo a small
quantity of olive oil In a saucer, aud
the day after hatching dip the Ccger
In the oil and thoroughly rub it into
the fliift of the chicken's bead and un
der the throat. This will kill the l!e
if present and if repented the second
or third day there will be little fear ot
any escaping. When a week or ten
days old the chickens should be ex
amined again eud If any of the vermin
I are lot'Od at th!? e a llttlo kerosene
j can be Added to th.e olive ell. It Is
DeM lv muiuuil a. I mi' priia i:u inn
oil luMnedlatidy after they ar
hatched, such oeir.g ure preveutlvs
of the scourge.
Care of Poultry Run.
Plowing and liming the poultry runs
purifies the soil
V.; i b ! i ' V U i ii, ijf
PrfiJivV In hard thin to ovrcc:n
but whfru tu-iih In ot ml lh
opinion of t))CUniii of rllHt! propl
d(nm from yours, ir-J'i.ltie tt-fn b-con-i"
your nifiiaco nit you O'lttit t
lny It ',!. Thin Is unl'J In th tnter-
of tropin ufTrlni? from r.hrnnia
ennxt;t'tion, and It 1 worthy of ttiir
In ti olrilfin of 1pe'"h of rKiW
AniTtcnil oil lti mct tuM"trn
onttpa;i.Mi iinjilniM run fc.
y s bri'f of I -r. 'f.i,iw-ll Bstnj
I ri..;. Vou maf tint t-avn hmrrt of It
rt tit do not iloobt 'h mr1ts on
that ii'rouiit, or b-cau It lias rot bo-n
tiltlritlv )vr!rf-l It hrn K' I 1 V!'7
nuccpHfr'illy on word of numtii rtrom-m-iHlatlin..
Tannin art jrlvinif It to
th-lr f-MMrfn toiiay who ir n!vn It
by thlr rmrnln, nnd It has txr-n truth
f'i'lr mM that more rir.iKclnts us It
p-rnonaity ' In tb-ir families than aajr
IHr r"pntly r-r1vn1 from Mr.
O'O. . Pulllvan, Jp fTrrt. M-., find M.-tn.
.'. Git-nn. i oH ht., Kansa (Mly,
Mo., arft b'jt a fcv nf thoufnn.i
ehowlnjf th rM.-r-m In whuh lJr. Oii'l-
wel! a fcyrtip i'Tln Is hiJ. It Is mi. I.
p-nlle, imn-Rrlilnu not violent.
fiilts or cati'urU-.a. It cihti Bin5iiMHjr
ni pl.'flfvmrlv so that In time naiurs
Ttiln fVws It own work wliniit out
i t MM. Constipated People owo It to
th'-77-'-c!vcj to u-e tLIii giaud bowel
Anyone wtslitnit to make a trial of this
rrndr before buying; it tn th regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or on
dollar a lures bottle (tamlly size) caa
have a sample bottle sent to tha home
frve of oharpe by simply artrtn-sslng Ir,
VV. B. Caldwell. Sl Washtnjrtun Bt,
atontlcrllo. III. Tour rtm mai addres-s
la a postal card will do.
A Hunting Story.
An old backwoodsman thai Abra
ham Lincoln often told of had very
heavy, over hanging eyebrows, and
wore big- spectacles with brass rims.
One dty he came rubbing Into bis
cabin 8jid seizing his rifle, aimed it
caref jUy through a crack of the door
at a great oak tree that stood near,
"What Is ltr whispered his wife.
"A wildcat, Sairy." te said, e
citedly, "an' I missed him!"
He hastily loaded and fired again,
and then again.
"Now, hold on. JoRhua," said his
good wife. "Let me look at you.
Why, laws a-daisy, It's nothln' but a
little bug on one o" your eyebrows!"
A well-known eipert In cooking en
countered trouble in a suburban com
munity the other afternoon when she
prepared to lecture to the Mothers'
club. Her subject was "How to Cook."
She began by telling how much a man
appreciates good cooking, and then
she proposed to give various recipes.
Among the first was one for cold
slaw. "To have this best," began th
lecturer, "take a good-hearted cab
bage and "
At this point a young matron inter
rupted. She was eager to get all the
Information possible. "Tell me,
please," ehe spoke up. "bow is one to
know the disposition of a cabbage?"
An old lady, the customer cf an
Irish farmer, was rather dissatisfied
with the watery appearance of her
morning's cream and finally she ccm
plained very bitterly to him.
"Be alsy, mum," said Pat "You
see, the weather of late has been so
terrific hot that it has scorched all
the grass off the pasture land, and Ot
have been compelled to feed the por
bastes on water lilies!" Ideas.
Important to Mothr
Examine carefully every Dottle) of
CASTOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
Signature of i
In Use For Over 30 Yearn.
Children Cry for Fktcher a CastorU
He that does good to another does
good also to himself, not only in the
consequence, but In the very act; for
the coneclousness cf well doing Is la
Itself ample re-vard. Seneca.
1 . 1 j
Eradicates scrofula and all
other humors, cure: all their
effects, makes the blood rich
and abundant, strengthens all
the vital organs. Take it.
Get it todsy in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sareatab.
Why Hcni a Farm
nj b cuti'pUd to PT to ywir tacdlord moil
of yoir a!d-mmed proriti? Own youtowo
f mm li-ure a frres Komeittvad in
I , TTT'J- Mamlwhs, bktchwn or
I '. -.''. . Ailrta, or purchase
. . ln4 in on of hc
ditilricta ftnii bfinta
5rt.ftf uf O.ifJ Off
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etc. h rcut!y
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by cattle Tiiii,ilriti.nie4
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prwlcc.s 41 Mr.tub,
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