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SERIOUS FACTS ABOUTBREAD
l iion danger Bicnu, hotiik
W the paopUs rf thi T
now being nr(wd pon tfceJsr-
xnera Is no qoestion a jfTP public.
taental effect of thaw the detrt-
system. ETwrjJK3 fawdera upon the
phyiciM:0rd of Health every
i'. tell you of tbe nnwhole-
tber kdd tn th nJ
ete.JaTe absolutely prohib
tied ae sal. of bread containinalnm.
-.Ten email doses of alum, given to
cni.dren. have produced fatal rnlto
-while cases nt heartburn, indigestion.
nona kindred gastric troubles from Irri-
"un 01 the raucous membrane, caused
we continuous use of food prepared
with the alum or alum-phosphate pow
ders, are familiar in the practice of
It is not passible that any prdeht
housewife, any lovinir mclher. will
knowingly use an article of fond that
win injure the health of her household.
pernaps cause the death of her children.
How shall the dan(reroua alum cow
-v..w.uisuognHaca7 Ana now snail
the danger to health from their use t-e
oencraiiy, alum powders may be
known from the price at which they enj
sold, or from the fact that Mot are ac
companied by a trif, ot are disposed
of under some scheme. The alum pow-
aer eo6ts b a few cents a pound to
unite, ero is oltcn sold at 20 or 25 cents
. poo.no. If some present is given with
it tine price may be 39. 40 or 5 Cents a
It is impassible to name all the alum
powders in the market, bat srtf- baking
powder sold at a lovr prif, or advertised
sa costing only h'f Us much as cream
of tartar powders, or accompanied sj a
present, or dispsed f tinder any
scheme. Is of thisels, detrimental to
health, and te De avoided.
But the oasy, safe, and certain pro
tecting of our bread, biscuit and cake
r all danger of unwholesom?nes Is
in the use of the Royal Baking IVwdcr
only. This powder is mentioned be
cause of the innumerable reports in its
favor by high rnrdieal authorities y
the U. S. Government. a ly the of
iicial chemists and fllrds of Health,
which leave no ftoabt as to its entire
freedom from ttlnm, lime and ammonia,
its absolute purity and wholcsomeitess.
While, its use is thn n Safeguard
aga'nst the poisonous !uln powders it
ti satisfactory . the same tima to know
that it miliJS tha whitest, lightest,
wftcsVnd most delicious food, which
will keep ranUt and fresh linger, and
that can be catca with immunity hot
or cold, stale or frrtsh. and also that
owing to its greater strength it is more
economical than others.
These fa?ts should incline eoasuracrs
to tarn a deaf ear to all Importunities
to buy the inferior JViwdcrs. If a grocer
urges the s! of the cheap, impure,
alum brauds, it should be borne in
mind that it is because he ean make
more profit oa them. The wise bousc
Iteepcr will decline in all cases to take
T.iixxehiW(:illi.-ov?ihij a dmH
fit art.ae whrre K wrwr.mt a matter at
ins A r lift of dear o it at ttal e.
en a ddtaSjii V"
ri . tall any trs
1- Bat tfir bees ofrxer
iUi iuicto throurh tbe evermore?
t wonder IT ever a day is bora 't tt e'venluc to
St ihcy have a mark
Thro' the gathering dark
111 tbe point of their golden wheels?
I wonder If ever word is said, or even s song
But Ihetr sotd live on
When their sounds are gons
fa the palace of silence hung'
I wonder if ever life to lived bttt its being
pi", "m io pfne.
But lis banits tourh Vtli
And dresM nhii wfll
Bpenk after fv lir arc dumb?
and m tl may be. thou forgotten one, wb?n the
That the world diioVs up
From tie shattered cup
Wba iX,t all that is spilled.
. " IBM R IMS
Copyright. tf93. by
Creditor 'The consciences of those two
vrui5 apwar io k verv elastic." As
aisnee "Well, dont vou expeet elasticity
""A"""- oioiuiers' uu ttu hero ash-
uie first warning titat
uur liver iau ucing
it work. And. with i
torpid llvsv Kid the
Impure blood tuat fol
lows it, you're on easy
prey to all sorts of ail-
fp.it n the tune to
take Dr. Pierce's Goklen
&ledicul Discovery. As
an appetizing, restora
ttvB tonic, to rwntl discaso and build up tbe
needed Hash and strength, there's nettling to
equal it. It rouses every organ into beailh
t ui aotton, purines and enricbos the blond,
braoss up the whole system, and restores
beatth and vigor.
r'br every uiraso reused by a disordered
liver or impure bhxid. it is tho only ffnaran
terd remedy. If it doesn't lieneftt or 'cure, ia
vrery case, yon nave your money bees.
5300 is offered, by the proprietors of
ur. ftagen Catarrn Itemedv, for an In
curable case of Catarrh. Their remedy
perfectly and perniaucutly cures the
A process that kills the
taste of cod-liver oil has
done good service but
the process that both kills
the taste and effects par
tial digestion has done
stands alone in the field
of fat-foods. It is easv of
assimilation because part
ly digested before taken.
Scott's Emulsion clucks Con
sumption and all other
Unlike the Dutch Process
are nM In tb
IV. BAKER & CCS
which i abBnlvtetf
j)nrf mnd soluble.
the tlrmatk of Coco inixeil
with tSLarcta, Arrowroot or
'Sutrar. and Is far more eco-
Bosalcai, costing lest than one cent a cup.
It is dellciou, noaribing( and kabilw
ftoK b x flmmererrffain.
W. BAEEB & CO, Dorchester. Kan.
L T17 It I OairSSa
I AF.1 SO HAPPY!
Relieved me of a severe Blood trouble.
Jt has also caused my hair to grow out
again, as it had been falling out by the
handful. After trying many physicians
in vain, I am so happy to find a cure in
S.S.S. O. H. Elbert, Galveston, Tex.
SCI rDP? By f orclnr out (renal of dls.
WJ IVs-m? ease and th poisoa as wtU.
g fy It Is eattrsly vscetabls and harmless.
S Treatise ca Blood and Skin mailed fteta
Bwm Srsoow Cs Atlanta, 0a,
R WAS the
s b oe-leather,
e e c e n t ric.
Mee' and oh, so proper'. Why,
b.cssyou, he wouldn't have taken Mrs.
Jones' room at all if she had been
yonngish and the least (rood-looking.
The fi rst thing he ssked lur was If "!e
took in Indies. He couldn't dream Of
taking lotljr ihs Uiere it
"Mh1. dear no. sir." he "was rtro'rhptlv
assured, with a twinkle of fun t Mrh.
Jones' optical orri ' never take no
ladies: tb;'re too troublesome. Mine
I tt'uiy for gentlemen."
On which Mr. liarnet permitted him
self to be shown the front JiftVlor and
the first-flow fes'lt loom, let with it
wr a Wdfobih. Mrs. Jones marched
itt, Ihrowing bark the coverlet to show
that the bedding was spotlessly clean;
Dot her invitation to "Step In. "i"": aid
see for yonrrolf," hid the reverse
effect, for the old gentleman, who had
peeped timidly in, bavked out blushing
ana stammering: "Thank you, mn'nm
er yes, yes; I see. thank Jrt' IVZ
That IfvinJ ordeal o-.it th
ftrcd round on two doors clearlv be
longing to two front rooms and in
quired what they wero end r.hb
lodged there. Mr iTof tfS answered:
This door-, si'r. next here. Is a sit
Jing-room, and that L the sUp-rboia (a
bedroom). A young hian has them
two rooms- Siost qiiict-be'aved. re-
spevtable young man he is, sir."
"Ah h'm. 1 hope so, ma'am, I hope
so. I could not remain where my very
next neighbor was irregularly conduct
ed, yon know."
"Oh, no, sir; but that ain't Mr. Wei
by. He don't interfere with nobody:"
The old bachelor tHok the apart
ments. Before loiiU, being of course
ten time more curious than any wom
an, lie soon managed to encounter his
nexVroom neighbor in the passage.
tie was a daslnng-iooktng vonnir fel
low, who stnd aside for the old gen-
tlewsa With a polite "!ooil morning.
and then ran lightly upstairs.
"Ily Jove! what a queer oid party it
is. Airs. Jones," said he that evening.
"Looks to a T the awful piece of pro
priety yon said. Ila! ha: you didn
tell him what I am?"
"Law, sir no! He'd fly out of his
skin, let alone the house. How are you
getting on, sir?" asked the landlady:
"Oh, first-rale, Mrs. Jones. 1 shall
Soon have all perfected and I think the
entertainment will be a success. "
Mr. liarnet was appallingly regular
in an he did: the routine of one day
Was, with the rarest variation, the
routine of every day. He was the mort-
to-be-pilied creature a bachelor of
moderate means and no occupation.
tor whole fortnight Mr. liarnet
basted himself trying to find what that
next-room tenant did for his livinjr.
Ity dint of a score of devices known to
the curious, he discovered that young
neioy came in and out at all hours.
As all was comparatively quiet in the
front room in the evening he fondly
took it that the tenant thereof not only
'came home to tea," but staved at borne
itnoying till an early bed-time.
"Really, a most properly-conducted
youug man," said Mr. liarnet to him
self one evening at about the end of a
Alas for his premature approval:
only two evenings later it was some
wnat custurDeo. He heard young
Welby come in alone; but instead of
there being only slight movements
overhead there was something of
commotion. The table and chairs
were moved about Then the lodger
himself walked about noisily and the
deep muttering of his voice penetrated
to the puzzled listener below. Good
gracious! was he talking to himself.
to Mrs. Jones or to whom? Was it
possible that any other than Mrs. Jo
No, no; the thought was too awful. It
quite took Mr. Barnet's breath, lie
sides, he would have heard the most
fairy-like footstep or rustle of feminine
garments, as his door was ajar. It al
ways was, by the by. Why. there was
young Welby going out Ves, the door
shot; and what was more, it hadn't
opened again to that young man at ten
Thir was really looking serious, and
Mr. liarnet pursed his respectable lips
as he slowly retired to his dormitory
quite a quarter of an hour late.
"I shall just lie awake and watch,"
.muttered tbe old gentleman as he got
into bed, which was next the thin
partition walL "If that young scamp
is going to ahem keep all sorts of
improper hours really, anything might
happen next, and my character be com
But Morpheus was not to be so easily
eiuaeo, and Air. liarnet dozed for
solid half hour. He was awakened by
a burst of laughter from the sitting-
room next his apartment. Mr. liarnet
sat np, rubbing his eyes, utterly indig
nant at snch nocturnal orgies. He had
indeed actually raised his hand to give
an angry knock at the wall, when a
sound broke on his ear which made the
remaining hairs on his respectable old
bead stand on end with horror.
A silvery feminine laugh and voice
from that next room!
1 Dcre was no mistake about it; no
disordered nightmare or half-waking
fancy in the matter. A giddv laugh
and a pretty voice, that said saucily
and very distinctly:
My dear fellow, of course I know
yon are dead gone on my little self, but
M Ob, my, fie for shame!
What will your wife say
What will your wife sajr "
This adaptation of an out of-date
nusic-hall song was sunir. and Mr.
Bamet fell back oa tbe pillows gasp
ing for breath.
Then eame Welby's stifled laugh
again ana nis voice delightedly:
"Th.!1. fln T..t , ,
this rate! We'll clew np now, though.
So the selfish r camp didn't even think
mat nis wicked companion might be
tired too. Wa! he going to let her oot
ace ner Home?
Bnt in vain the scandalized old gen
tleman listened for any snch Indica
tions. All he heard was the sound of
a box-ad being shut down. Slipping
out of bed to tbe door, which he softly
opened an inch so as to peep, be saw
neioy pass quietly out into his very
sniaii oearoom ana tn tores minute h
could be heard snoring.
Then that creature in. the sitting
Staora, would slip out of the house pres
"Good Heavens! What a shameful
scandal the whole thing is!" gasped
poor Air. liarnet, creeping back to bed.
What could he do but speak to Mrs.
Jones? And yet. how could he frame
words to even allude to snch audacioni
"It Kii 'o clock, sir," came Mrs.
Jbnrs resonant tones outside the door.
"fch ah no dear me yes, I'll be
aown soon, roa am, cried Mr. Barnct,
starting cp in alarm.
Mrs. Jones retreated, giggling, but
sue looKcd as solemn as a judge whcn
later, Mr. liarnet sent tor ber, and
with mmh stammering cot out tha
she was quite mistaken about bin beltt
room neighbors character. Nothing
. luruLX Ui ills U -V II
senses would mak'e hira 'say jo. bill he
had h'ifird lait hi'iit, "near midnight.
ma aui. a girl s voice yes, it was a
music hall girl, Mrs. Jones;" and then
the old gentleman told her what he
had heard, to his utter scandal ization.
Mrs. Jc.nrs couldn't believe but Mr.
Eamet was mistaken. Mr. Welby was
certainly not married, and couldn't be
gunly of such improper conduct as
having in a lr.!y visitor so late.
"I heard it ma'am, I tell yon!" cried
Jlr. I nrr.rt. 'Dottie was hrr name
rood ll?nven-.: What is that sea mo;
"i by, sir. lie's an .cntertaliief; then
that all', andntnst tiafe licen re'eara
ingorci' uy hisself for his new enter
tainment." She was smiling.
u'joo gracious: a piay-aetor, you
mean?" cried the '"i-r'.Geil lodger.
;"J'bn, !t, ll:V-n. By himself, indeed.
M rs. Jones! I heard the woman's verv
voice and words. U s a scandal, ma'am,
and I won't stop."
"Well, sir, I'll just be on the watct
to-nirht on the top landinp1, nnd rt -votr
hear nnvthi'-Sff hpain, sti p out ami calj
up to me, and we'll sec for ourselves,"
said Mrs. Jones.
To this Mr. liarnet agreed, and Mr.
Jones ri-d--t),t t'.p $ ljre firbt flooi
lr,Htfr,.', Kioin. If worthy Mr. B. liar,
listened he might have heard pea! upon
peal of stilled laughter.
"Mrs. J-on-es! Come le-re- nack!"
Times nraf niiiimglit: the aound, a
liard' shpclibd whisper up those upper
stairs. Stawii came Mrs. Jones to Mr.
linrnet, who, also dressed, stood ut
his door, trembling, scarlet, but tri
"Now, ma'am, will yon still believe
I was dreaming? Listen yourself at
that r-reprobatc's door."
"Ha! ha! my dear bay." came the
sllrerr tone nf "llottie" from within.
THE FARMING WORLD
GROWING SMALL FRUITS.
0ow to Make Ooo Acre Pay a Handsome
So easily may one provide for an
abundant supply of small fruits, that
it is to be wondered at that there are
still so many who willingly deny them'
selves and their families of a healthful
luxury for tbe want of a little very
mtle-outlay of tunc; ranscle, money
l)r!e acre; If judiclonSiy planted &
well selected stock of strawberries,cnr
rants, gooseberries raspberries black
berries and grapes will usually supply
an ordinary family and furnish enough
surplus to bring on the market suffi
cient returns to repay all expenses the
In case no orchard has been planted
on the place, the small fruits mny be
niaed:Mn ttf! sum 5Pfe bf gt-oHrid: and
to no disadvantage to either small fruits
or trees if properly fed with domestic
In the first place, select a suitable
tract, say ten rods wide and sixteen
rods long, well drained, either natural
ly or artificially, and cover with
manure in the fall or early winter.
spreading evenly. In the sprinir. plow
rti .. iiMiint
41 J .
AM THH I.KAD1NO I.ADV.
"I'm such a nice little sweetheart, eh?
But I must play lead, you know never
mind the wife. Ta-ra-ra "
Welby. "Bother her she can't
I Dottie, repeating after a slight pause
and from the other end of the room.
"lioiiicr her she can t act.
"There, ma'am," vhisered Mr.
net; "what do you say now?
"That we'll see with our own eyes
s:r. Hush! he won't hear the door.'
She softly opened it wide enough for
them to peep in she over Mr. Itarnet'a
shoulder, perhaps to conceal ber face.
Mr. liarnet nearly stiffened where he
stood. His worst fears were confirmed.
Welby stood backing the door. The
table and chairs were pushed aside,
and to and fro the other end of the
space was gliding the prettiest, tiniest
lady, scarcely four feet high, and rich
ly dressed. She turned slowly each
time, waved her tiny hand, said: "lam
the leading lady," and glided across,
turning again in the same way. It was
too much for Mr. Barnet's proprietv
"You barefaced, audacious scamp!'
the old bachelor cried, bursting right
in a blaze of indignation. "How
dare you, sir, bring into a decent house
such a shameless "
-Hiiew:' said .Mr. tielbv, swinging
rounil with dancing eyes and low bow.
as the fair Miss Pot tie, leading ladv
of Welby's Troupe of Automatic Pho
lableau! and collapse of Mr. George
-!i i.'jasjS -
!-i,r';l;t S M'w
-,&. cii.iftANra ni-
if a -
PLAT TOR BETTING OL'T SUA 1. 1. VKL'IT.
"?Cijp, pulverize thoroughly, and set the
trees thirty-three feet apart each r.-ay.
You then ha-e forty trees, which Hie
cultivation given to small fruits will
keep in good, thrifty condition.
In the rows of trees the lon-r way
may be planted fnr WBcUliorry canes
VW?f,tl CSeH two Ivee-UtenS-Ciirl.t
to the row, one hundred and forty to
the acre. In cultivating the blackber
ries you will also cultivate the trees:
!lnrt Mi SlHcU berries will do ail the
better for the partial shade afforded by
the trees. I let ween the outside rows
on one side plant a row of grapes one
rod from either row of trees, thus pro-
id in? f"t- nbnadahce bf r.'ihliL',iil
evrti when the trees are grown, lle
tween the grapes nnd one ro-a of
trees set two rows of rasp1erries five
and one half feet apart and the same
istance in the row. Ii.tween tl
grain's and the opposite rovvoftre
plant a row of gooseberries and one
of currants tho former five and
half feet in the row, the latter thro
Von mw ha-e wentv-two
prapes; forty-four raspberries, twent
two goosewrries and seventv-eigl
currants; all in gtiod shape to cultiva
the long way with horse and cultiv
tor, and three unoccupied spaces of
quarter of an acre each. One
these may now be set to strawlcrries
in rows fonr feet apart and eightee
inches in the row. This
give twelve hundred and thirty-tivi
plants and should produce eight
to one hundred bushels of lerries with
fair culture: enough to pay all ex
penses. I he second space may be
planted to garden vegetables, and the
third space should be sown to clover
as a fertilizer. Alternate with clover.
vegetables and strawberries, ulway
Using the first clover crop a a mulch
for trees and terries, and the second
rrop as fertilizer, and you will be
pleased with the result.
Some will say that the trees, when
grown, will shade the berrv-canes too
inuch, but it is well known that black
berries and raspberries, as we'l as cup
rants and gooseberries do better xvhv
in partial shade, so the argument will
Again, others will say that by pro
ducing the final l fruit you will impov
ensn me sou uciore tnc orchard in
bearing. Not unless you practice the
robber system of taking all and giving
none. llh clover rotation ami libera
applications of barnyard manure, to
gether with good culture, the orchard
will be in better condition at touring
than when first planted. It has been
tried here at "Shady Nook" and prove
a success, so there is no theorizing
about the subject. Johu I. Shawver,
n r arm and t ireside.
A peasant plowing near the village
of Porcnbit, in Spain; (So&i time roj
turned np an amphera filled itti gold
and silver coins, all in a good state of
preservation. The gold coins are some
what larger than a twenty-five-cent
piece, and the silver ones about the size
of a dime. On one aide of both Is the
inscription: "Sabina Augusta Hadrian a,
G. R. AMM and on the obverse Is en
graved the figure of a Roman foot
Foa BnoxcniAL, Astbyatto asd Ptlxo
Sabt Complaints "Brow' Bnmtkial
reViM have remmrkabie eorativ vropev
said Nancy. ' She told me I enuWrf t whj
per.and 1 showed ber rigot on DOW l ODUUL'
Don't Neglect a Cough. Take some Hale'
Money oi norenouna and Tar mtatcr.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
It has been recently announced that tha
Wall wa the creation of the African o-(r.'cbr.-
This ta tae Brst time they have
given us up;
Ttrvf-tfft Tti bm wrifc a ittttlt amoJ
F. J. Cuesei & Co.. Praps., toleSnj p. ; They have bei-n used in Europe for SO yearsV
ne tbe undcrsunieu. navo mown r. . i ana er. wen lesieu ana ezceueni.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and oeilere
kin. rMtl- hnnnnhlfl in tall hllftinM
iVe eiter One Hundred Dollar fcffirt
for an v case cf "iarrh that cannot be cured
by Hall's Cartarrh Cure.
Jagsox says its always a paradox of drink
that a man will get away with more than ha
can carry. felmira uazette.
frnn.afninn and ntianciallr able to carrv
out anv obligation made by their firm.
Wests: Tarax. Wholesale lirusitiMs. 10-
llo, O. Wiloiso. Kissax Mabvis,
Whoiettle Drugirmt. Toledo, u.
Hall'. Catarrh Cars 1 taken internany.
acticif !lire.-tiaport th" Wood and niuco'i
surfai-es of the svsicni. trier JV ner bot
tie. Sold by all Druggists. Tesumoxsii
Miss Pert sava that others may have
their lote in a cottage, but love in a cnrlee
better way to put it uoston iran-
Th. r.trv m,-ti.,narv savs! -Coffe. Justice of the Peace, George WiT
i-l-j . . cli.t ailnnitfint ttmmnJltt' . kincnn nt t xwttt Allliraw f ri
re,riuin. . ai..i i reninmK " Jlniu., makes a deposition concern
fwnn-tH thH .jtt.iiitv rf rcir-sjiiiga severe cold. Listen to it. "In
shnhid i o PTt-clinnt. nti.i'it c'mUifi m 'tfh : the Spring of i3S3, through ex-
roaslr.l. The celebrated brand of "M.iiL t i-mifrnrtpd o wramm
pouch" R.astwi Coirce. wiiii h. lite the P0?"'? 1 tmitroctea a tery severe
I. S. mail. Roes into every household in the COld that settled .Oft HIV lUtlgS. ThlS
Union, is a blend obtained oulv after Ions trie nrYYinmnniwI hrr voocclvi nitrtif
anl Aitient exm-riiuent. It is free of fcrit i . ; , .1 t
andallforeiKiis.ulMtan.-w: isfir.rf sWeat- ue bottle Of BosChee 8
daily, and nuies a most delicious and in- German Symp broke tip the Cold,
vigiratiiiir cii f coffee. Ak your frrfer
for it. KM only in one-poanl parkntre.
Hauler & Kinsclla ColTee and Spice L'oia-
auy. St. Louts.
Just Doo Loftus "What Fort of a doc
Is that j-ou have a pointer I" ISporty "Ko;
a dieuppointcr." Truto.
TnK wnni.n'9 st ASMom dotfx is the l.ini)
mom. fln-triiof. st:i;itnt'r holt'l, tho Gbi:at
KAr.KXi" at St. ltitvroiire Avo. and roili
BU. Cheal?fi. tHf,lks frwn Mitlsrav Ph.
World's Fair entrants ami nv.'rlr--k-
nff flimotis nasmneion rark. ttnri! ru:r
visiLnnt. nr. rtrnni n.niuir;inr nnri rtoH:fin
Of sharks h enfrafrinsT rooUK rjnrv at f - W
.nv. each porafn (Europuu) by iKiiiressinc
tjopcinna i own send, Ri:iiiiicer, fiormrnr
msrr. Palmer House), 43 Kookery Jiuilum,
Tn at handmastrr had a proper ioa of the
fitucH of thMi" iv bo ordenNi imu nts iiium
ctaiis shuulii wear tunitrs. Boswu Courier.
night sweats, ana all and left rht?
in a pood, healthy condition. I can
give German Syrup my most earnest
commendation. " D
Ton Needn't sUto In a Btraaip
Td tiare ilia left:.. troui!r. H Is n trldo
orrad as it insiriwn. But vnu neesl Ilos-
tetter's Isroinach Bittprs to ft oeer it
specif ilr and wmpletcly. Pi'rsstcnt use of
h3 ttririon5i!y ronnnennou reii:!:;y Hnn
preventive will floor it, thcug.i yoa have
tried other mciiciut's in van. Tackle it at
the outset. Tho s;inio tulvicn should be
koninea.ses of dvsnemia. cicbihtv liver
anil kidney cmp'aiut. rhcuinaiisin and n cu
Tnr nniiceman likes to bo in politics he-
cause under sucti circnmstanecs he has a
banco to make a hit. riaiaucipnia macs.
SMALL DAIRY BARN.
A Few Sacemtiona Which My
I want to enct. in Iowa, a s-iitible shelter or
barn for Jerneys, and ask thrmmn your valuaMe
paptr, from some of your cxpcricncctl readers
affrounu plan, etc., for s comloriahle and tn x
pensive structure for the proper care and shel
ter of ten or twelve cows, their calves ana a
bulL In the near future, we expect to put in
use a silo (now unknown in our county In con
nection with this barn, and would ask to have
tt conveniently located on the plan.
There are different modes of con
struction. The stalls for the cattle may
be in a weli-lig-lited ba-tement, with the
fodder and feed in a second story above.
All the stalls maybe above, with the
storage for roots aad other things he
low. Or the basement may be entirely
omitted, with a hay-loft overhead. The
annexed figure is a suggested plan for
THE DAY OF REST.
Tbat'a fine, Dottie. tar love! What
boom we shall maka of the affair at
rhrsloloclra! nraion for th. Olmr
nc of the ahlath.
Doubtless many have noticed that
after the day of rest, n-hrn properly
bserred, they take up their regular
tasks, metal or pnrsical. with a creat
deal of vim and energy the first of the
week and that their zeal lags very de-
aetlly before Saturday night comes.
The reason for this is the diminution
of stored upenergy and the consequent
necessity for a day of rest End relaxa
tion to replenish the stock.
A very interesting fact has been no
ticed by some recent experimenters.
the fact that in ordinary labor, the
store of oxygen which is supplied to
the body gradually grows less; that is.
t nere Is less oxygen taken in than
usea np curing work, so that after a
number of days, a person has lost a
considerable portion of his store of
oxygen, thus requiring a day of rest,
so that there is a sort of physical law
for a Sabbath. This law does not de
termine how often a Sabbath should
come whether once in seven days or
once in ten days. It might be possible
for a person so to arrange his work
that be would not use np any more
oxygen each day than he absorbed. If
he had the right proportion of work
and rest each day. there would be no
loss of the store of oxvgen. But in or
dinary labor, as society is constituted
at the present time, an ordinary labor
ing man expends more oxygen than ho
receives each day. so that a rest-day ia
actually required. It is quite possible
that this was the design of the Creator
respecting man in commanding him to
earn his bread "by the sweat of hia
brow," thus expending daily, by the
amount of labor done, more oxygen
than lie receives, making a day of res
necessary. Good Health.
SHED i MANURE
A A A A. boxes or pens for calves and cows
with call. 6 hy 10 feet earn, r c, cisterns un
der the ws7nnway or abutments, from which
water for cattle may be drawn tlro:;jrh a coclc
the stables in either .ja.se. The stalls are
double and will admit sixteen cows
when all arc filled. A A A A arc boxes
for cows and calves. The space marked
"straw and roots" may be changed to
silo if the stables are in a basement.
the bottom of the silo being on a level
with the stables for convenient feeding.
The stables may be daily cleaned with
a wheelbarrow, the manure being
conve yed to the manure shed; or great
er space may be allowed for the
"passage," the stalls reversed and the
manure conveyed with horse and cart,
passing through the building endwise.
There may be numerous modifications
of this plan, varying with the nature
of the ground, its slopes and different
conditions, aad the personal prefer
ences of the owner. Country Gentleman.
A Most Important Sabject.
The subject of good roads is one ol
vital importance. A volume
may be too limited to tell the endless
blessings of good country roads and the
loss and worrimcnt of bad ones. I will
aay, however, I regard the public high
ways ox any country as much a part of
that country as her laws and ber people,
and her people may be expected to pros
per in proportion as she keeps her roads
in perfect order." Gov. Reynolds. Del
aware, in Memorial to Congress on
Road Exhibit at World's Columbian
Diseask is unnatural, ant is but tlie proof
th;it ivc art antisiutr datura. It is claimed
thatG-irtieid Tea, a sirapie herb remedy,
helps Xuture t: overcuuiu this ab:sc.
"What made Carter try dialect writinfr!"
'Because lie never uas been auie to spell
auytlung cr r-ctly.M luter Ocean.
Nr York. March 20. 1Wt
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Core Consumption, Conshs, Croap, 8or
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"Papa's got on his new suit;
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Papa says business' s dull; couldn't
afford new clothes. Mamma didn't
like to see papa shabby. We know
lots of people ; told them how much
we liked The Ladies' Home Jour
nal; that we would like to have them
take it too ; most of 'em did ; we
made thirty dollars; papa's got it
on ; he feels awfully happy; so does
mamma; I guess I do too. Mr. Curtis
will tell any girl how she can make
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No trrfs of first qunlity can errr be sent
by mail yyhap you know it. By freight,
prepaid if preferred, we ship safely 4. S c-r
6 ft. trees; 2-yer Koses of rare excellence
everything! You actually pay less than
Tor the puny stuff. 1,000 acre Nurs?nr.
20.000 acres Orchards. Exact information
about trees and fruit. Btajiic Uros., Louis
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CHICKEil-HATCHlHi? BY STEAM.
TV "Shave your Soap "
afyy, so the soap makers say, es
J t-jJ pecially if your washincr delicate
things. Now, ia the name of
common sense, what s the
use ? When you can get
fearlme, in powder form
for this very reason, why
do you want to work over
soap, which, if its good for
anything, gets very hard and difficult to cut.
besides, Pearline is vastly better than any
powdered soap could be. It has all the good properties of
any soap and many more, too. I here s something in. it
that does the work easily, but without harm much more
easily than any other way yet known.
Peddlers and some unscrnpuloui gioceis will tell you,
jpy r9t "this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S
V3 VV CLX. V FALSE Pearline is octet peddled, if your grocer sends
yon an imitation, be honest tend it back VOL ' JAMES 1'VLK. New York.
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OL'T. The tent Instructor fitr law nli and
nrratia wor. Indira wild rr It.
DANKS A :CU TVarbfirn Street, CKICAi.0,lU
V-SAJ1S TXB rANa Km I waa
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
-rar-i V CREAM BlM-rlnas
n rorra. knwtwi jspiw atna rii-i i,
iiive iielief at once for (4ld Id llrw
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