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Bmltri Feund Everywhere.
Sc.m if the Hiiiitha have got an
far away from hosue as China. They
htv ben tti"r lung enough to tm
bibo Orlt clal bleat and to becorn1 e
tsbllahed In trade. There In a fc'hatig
, bat Smith and a Canton tftnlib. Kini'h
of Bhanghal run to art, apparently;
at any rat he la described aa a "mak
r c.f tn cabinets." Smith of Can
Un la probably an artist, too. in bit
waj be la an auctioneer.
Origin of Spat.
Hiere did apat com fromT High
land soldiers !ra thera first. lie
cause of the bravery of hif'ander
at l4rknnw and eisewher In India
daring tbe Indian mutiny th people
of England looked atout fur aora
wax to allow their admiration. Scru
tier of the bighland ores disclosed
that spat were the moat aultabla for
adoption, ao tbey war adopted and
have been commonly worn ever tln.ee.
Tha gamey Barer of meat li gained
by the bacteria feeding upon IL
Theaa develop within an bour after
food ia exposed on pantry shelves,
and long before tb favor la appre
ciable to tbe tenses tbe bacteria tiat
produce them are abundant.
&a Robin's Pacullaritiaa.
Tbe aea robin, to called because It
baa magnificent crimson Una aa big aa
a blrd't wings Just behind bit bead.
Is a Sah with a voice. He utters a
deep, loud "quawk" when be la caught
and repeat tt every time, be !
Tbe akin of the tuuskrat or mtis
Cuaah makes much more durable
and richer looking fur. and from It
Imitation Alaska aabie coat frequent
ly are made. Rabbit skins aim are
used after a complicated treatment tn
the manufacture of Imitation chin
china. No wonder there ia such a dif
ference In the chinchilla fura.
WELL WORTH SEEING
One cf the m-'st Interesting evhiblts
among the n.ncr of all tudi at tbe l"ui.
i a lunhae t-i;vvmti.o ia hi. Ixmiis ia
that of the Winebewlee Repealing Armi
Company, of New Harm. Cowu.. tuanu
faeturerscf reneali!.- (in and iioigrur;i
and all kind of asm; uniiwju. Th exhibit
vu in reiiricse and w-u opened on tbe
first day of the fair, a fax that citwrly
Illustrate the enUwpriae and up-to-date
tnelbods of the mm pan y behind it. It U
tbe aim of the Wlm healer Reftijis-Arms
Otuoy to ahow at tiurir eibiUt tbe bUrti
development wbb B they La re mubed in
the making of guns anil anitnunltmc, and
on newds only to ae t 3e exhibit to realU
bow near to perfect Ioa thai deveAnpuieaja
baa ombia. There ran be anna tbe tew as to
matte repeslUi rift, all kind cf aht-utia,
tbe mudera ssaiknlna powder abotrun
ahelia and rifle cwrtrtdgee: In fact every
thiiif that cn interval tbe deve-tee i f
hurjUu a ad trap end target aliii!ig.
Io"l fU to eee the eahihtt at the Manu
farturora and find and liaise liuLdinya.
It a well worth your b'.to.
Sutne mn are j-ut naturally good
buKbanda: they cant help IC Tbey
woul If they could.
Tlx Huraberk AximI I'traJia a TV-! not!
AbitxtAj firm; us ini ai St ImIi at trsrt t
(outiiix lo llwir tuur. yir.f i kriirt mh
d.nun( iminiiu lb jwrfrvt banrKt?. lb
b las: i si it im ti,: gimfA itrtai.uua
ai it v. unj K:f.
A woman has a lot of faith In her in
tuition aftr a thing has come to
When Your Crecer Sayt
be !ne nut have l(in" ptarch, jm
may be at h la afraid to krp It un
til ht )! of 13 4 litii ara
a-ibl f-nt(K Htatrh ! only Wt
tr than any tthr (VH Vir ftarxh,
but C"Mln IS ia to the i i kase and
aalla for asm inunry aa H os. brands.
The duties e owe o',ir4?lves are
generally pvrfortned first.
8mme famllip kwp a strvant girl
and stvt-ral of ber relations.
MEE TO li LADIES.
Tbe JVflsnce Starch Co. l!t gtvt
XS lajl.s a round trip ticket to tbt
Bt. Louis ICtpoaltton. to tire ladies
In each of llo following states: 1111-1
dots, luaa, Nvbtaitka, Keuea anO j
llKuri who ill si i J la the largeat
bumUr of traJe marks cut ftotn a tec
ff tit, 18 ounce package of lK(lan
cold atfr laundry starch. Thll
meant from your can home, any
here In the above named stats
Tbrae trade marks must be m!M tt
and received by the lhfiar.ee Starct
t'o., Omaha. Nhr., bcf.itv lipteinbei
1st, 1904. Octuln-r and Novi tubcr wllll
be the b'!t Ckontbs to visit tba Es- j
ponllKin. II. inc!i.t'r that IV fiance I ,
the only starch put up 1 os. (a full
fxMind) lo the package. You g t one-1
third mote starch for the same monoy '
than of any other kind, and IW anoe !
never sticka to the Iron. Tbe tickets
lo the Eipokltlon a ill be sect by reels
tervd ttiall September ith. Klarch tor
sale by all dealers.
la the North. here the ruffed
grouse Is known as the partridge, the
bohwhlte Is called the quail. In the
South, a here the ruffed grousa la
known aa the pheasant, the quail la
railed the partridge Country Llt la
India's PI ante.
India haa. perhaps, a greater va
riety of plants thsn any other coun
try In the world, having 1J."V0 native
species, while the flora of tha entire
continent of F.urope only embracca
about tea thousand.
Vaccination for Drunkenness.
A nw cure for Inebriety Is by
means of vsci Inst ton I kuov of on
very bad cae where the polleul after
trlnnit baa renttuut d Sober lo tbls'j
THE WEAK 6P0T.
A weak, arhirjf ba'k tr!! nf al'lt
i.'tlney. It arlna when ym wutk.
H a h a ah"n yu try lo rt. It
jSv tJ.rot.a In change-
"C t'rltiary trulil
I . a'ld in tour wla-
4 ery. No ret, no
f f ; i v roil. fort, until tha
V. . k 1 d n e v a ara
""j well. Cure thnn
with Mian- Kld
Wra. W. M. Paa
acher. of 15 Wa
ter hi.. Uradf ird.
al ' an alraont oon-
ticuoua pain la the amalt of tbe back.
Sly ankles, f-- t. banda and almost my
hole body were bloated. I waa lan
guid and tha kidney secretions wera
profuse, rhytlclana told roe I bad
Ciabetea In its worat form, and I fr-ar-ad
I would never recover. Doan'a Kid-c-y
rills cured me in 1636. and I bar
b-eeo well ever alnce."
A FREE TRIAL of Oils great kid
Bfy iLt:,(.'.L which cured lira. Dau
scher will be mailed to any part of the
United States. Address FosterM!)
bum Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Sold by all
dealers, price SO cent per boi.
Tbe way the average man would like
to reform trusts would be. from tbe La
To the housewife who haa not yet
become acqaatnted with the new thinirs
cf errryday use la the market and
who la reasonably eatiefied wl:h the
old. we wouid eucgest that a trial of
m-f.ance Cold Wir St.rch be made
at once. Not akine tverause It Is suar
anteed by the manufactur-era to be su
yerlur to any other brand, but becauaa
each 19c packase contalna If .,
wblle all tba other kind contain but
Jl oaa. It Is safe to say that tbe lady
who once ue Ifeflance Starch wlfl uee
no other. Quality and quantity must
A barmen bk.kt.cn.
A good may to plant pole beast Is
with sweet corn, sat Country Life
in America, riant tbe beans In tba
arcs hill with tba corn (after tbe
corn la up); and tbe beans clamber
all over tbe coroetilks after the eart
ara harvested. It saves tba bother
and eipextse cf poles, and wa think
cornstalks look better tbaa baa
Aluminum Horse Shoes.
In tbe Russian army aluminum
torts shoes art aaid to have been
tried with good results. A few borses
in tbe Finland Iragootja wera Crt
chosen, and shod with one aluminum
shoe and three Iran shoes each. Tba
i peri me nts showed that tbe alumi
num shoes preserved the tout better
than tbe Iron ones.
Uasful Thirst Quencher.
To asauaga thirst and cure feverish
neas, aj;pl tea la a notable sick
drink. It la made 1j slicing tip raw
apples Into a Jug. filling up tbe Jog
lib boiling water, as In tea making,
then sa eaten lo taste. When cold,
this apple tea will be found pleasingly
tart and refreshing.
Of Wide Interest.
Breed, Wis, July IS-Ppec!aJ
Cbarlea T. Peterson, Jutice of tta
Peace for Oconia Co, baa delivered
a Judgment ttal Is nf Interest to tbe
whole I'mted Ptatea. Put briefly, that
Judgnsent Is. -Idd s Kidney 1111s are
tbe best Kidney medicine on tba mar
And Wr. Peterson gives bla reason
for this Judgmei.1. He says: "Last
winter I bad an aching pain In my
back which troubled me very much.
I tbe morning I could hardly straight
en my back. I did not know what It
was but an advertisement led me tJ
try Dodd's Klilncy Pills. After taking
on bo I ran only aay they bave done
mora for me tban eipected aa I fel
as well cow as ever I did befre.
Pain la tbe back la one of the first
aymptoms cf Kidney disease. If act
cored by IVvlia Kidney Pills It may
develop Into Brlght's DUrase. iMa
betea. Ilbeun atim or some cf the
other dea lly forma of Kidney tbirase.
After tbe first kiss a )oung man
kirks himself for baling aa.lrj ao
Do You Want the Lowest Ratta
either oneway or round trip ecurion.
to any point at of Cblcarn or tl.
UiiU? Atk the Krle liallroad t'om
pany, tSS liailaay Kt-han;. t'biiago,
fr complete luloruiaUc a. Tbrve lt
tratna ilally Irotu rhtcago and tt.
Ixnii thniuch to New Vi tk, 1'. :.m,
Pufialo, i'lUvburxb ard tbr eastern
r-'Mits Hti-pover an bout rbartif at
Nlaara Palls. t"ml.r:.'i' Pj'ritnis and
!leut:ful t'bautauijtia lr.
, Those a ho dmu' bave to lake care
cf a baby should be aa fully giKk.1 to
those a ho do.
Plw's (Aire for (nui.ikn l o Infaiith:
a-lu-lDr fur e'vifc'l. aiil r.i4. N. V'. haaft'ai
lieoMi Unv, X. J , r U. two.
Young man. If you don't believe that
klKRtiig ia uuhi ailhful. just lei the
girl apa catch you at IL
Try me Just once and I am sura to
eusue aaln. Ivtitnrs Htarch.
A brick manufacturer needs U
earth la bit busluess.
A Trip to Colorado, Utah r California
la Dot couipleta uulvss It embraces
the moat beaut iful rcsortt and grand
est scenery In Coloiado, wblcb ara
found on tbe Colorado Midland Ka'l
way. the highest atamlard gauge line
In tbe world. Exceptionally low sum
mer round trip rates to Cobra.lo in
terior atate points, I'tah. Califortita
and the Northwest are uttered ly tbla
ISue. lir Inlonrallon addresa Mr. C.
II Bi-eera. lleneral Passenger A(eaL
It's a nit mi i,ma w bo a ill t iJe a f:e
bi'tue too bs.'i
Tha bii'ih loft nisht was a blending of
Tw m-ft:ffiit. t"lfirn An4 t-lue
Hut mi1ii.(lii J.i snil tr ciuua
lnis wr i
'OtiitfV wans of Plutonian bu!
The Thufi'i?r rtod twirled putid'rtro
Plwn !r-lrlu- of f,fn.rof.t rer.t
Tb Hc-hlntr, tnfwd bll In lh tur-bul-nt
The wojs. Ilk h Ulosi, were feent!
Our lives. Uk tbe Vy. tn in ehao awry.
Our ealrp with our l'-rrtf--in
But murn'a l-si.n ronri-s lo uj-l.tl jrm
"Our Itnxrta, tn th sunlight cf hope!
Tar midnight, so don. cstinot st.sduW tb
Of rri'.rTilnr h b!r"re ai-d TirM:
Tbe bmn, lilue ky wun H hss drilt-
Vispelm ai! the clouds of the r.irbt!
Take henrt, ewr'one. when your lour
In lirhl ittwt I trurrlir-. and wan-
No mttr th durk: there .1 It sun with
Trudye onward and watch foe tbe
The Grocery Paper.
The jsrocr tubi-cril-es to tbe home
paper. He subscribes not because he
cares anything about the news him
self, but li causa tbe loafers rouH be
cult rtalned. At toon as tbe paper 1
Issued, the dead-beats, the town idlers
and occasionally a rsplls!!;t. drop in,
surreptitiously to try a sllvtr cS the
silvery codfleh. to be sociable with the
grocer and to read the local news
paper. Tbey watch each wher lite
hawks, and when Eill S mil hers gcu
through spougicg tbe current events
Hank Eterens grabs the papier and
squats behind the vinepar barrel to
pern re the sheet from tbe northeast
comer to the southeast curetr.
While Hank reads the otters sigh
and forape olives from the olhe Jar.
crackert from the cracker barrel and
smoking tobacco from the "poor box.'
After a time Henry emerges froa
behind the barrel with the paper.
William Winters bustles np. bit
face full of erackera, an olive pit In
bis left band, and requests tbe posses
sion of the circulating library.
"Lemroe have 'er about a mlnnte.
Hank. I don't spose there's notbin
in It, but It won't take long t' read it.
then! Will It? Ha, bar
Henry bands blm the paper and Wil
liam goes back of tbe stove and tit-
ting on a soap box, takes bit turn at
One by one they read the news
paper, and along about sundown so ire
one comes In and, getting the drop
on tbe other belated sponger, sticks
tha paper la bla pistol picket and
When the grocer wants the Tribune
it Is not to be found. No wonder he
Is cot always friendly to the editor
Kvery Issue of the local paper routs
blm a pound of codfih. tbirty-ecven
cmcker. two quarts of dive and a
poor box full of smokies tobacco.
Cleanliness and Godliness.
Jtm jt ws n Idsv eu
Thai i'iuitinli'.l. imik-il suit
Jri- l.r.iwn w s i-nflitftK rwy"
That ewnej hiiif Hit own. or m-r!
Jim hsiin't but twth
(lltii he w a lwrt f.1 ImiI'
J union imvn o-'k a mum ins plunre
Anil rt.U-I .- h' bert was ..u2!
Thus e wt tffw snd neat:
T!e ivlher tHh ar.t rtnl'
They dm!' ic'sn iu yusi a tear?)
Ac! Um lj ti. I'rlrr wwil
To Jim old K ivt. r sold:
"I'iim litrt the bath r.w m there"
Tn J mr w :i. b tun.H Jtriee t'ai'k
And .t rr-4 as Urewn lore hm hair
Ton s. ttiw man fir-own was Hh.
Hut ri.xw a lltil lvrk(l llmM
Il nn the l-( r ty.
I'ul up hm .iil with vim!
Wntle Jtm was unrlen and tiet.
t ahartt Willi a a Hla cfMal
Lay tr y.ura-u kln.1 ilita,
tie elae you II burn efor bual!
IVj you recall bow. when a youth
you filled your old bat full of water
at the spting and, standing with one
toe In the sand ami the other on a
flat'r.e, threw bark Jour bead and
Imbibed Jour Ail f the sweetest nec
tar In tbe world Well, a knocker in
a V.'icon(n paper aays: 'It m:n
tha shape of a hat to Wet It Quit
I'.ritiklrs from jinir hat au1 buy a dii-
per at thu Famous. " The bae of
your bat. Indeed! Why. If we could
go back to t;t perkid .f bare feet
and bumble lu-e tt:im-. we would drink
from twir Sunday ne If we had o
break Into society wiarint: a tKiitl rap.
We've tr'.i-d eni ail tin, wuh the
cherry aud without, but neer et
bave we tatel beverai that kiit;M
nl the pa'ate and satisfied thimt as
!'.d that ambnwia tnaide tbe bubblirg
spring on the old farm back in well,
bark In Iowa. A bar! the tin dipper
at the Famous!
lettable Individuate who arnually
suffer from that catarrhal affection
of the mucoua membrane of the eyes
and air pasagia, known aa hay frier,
hay-asthma and hay bacillus, will be
lnlerelel In knowing the sou rve of
this bafTltng diaease. Thiae who for
years bave nervounly and painfully en
dvired the Itching, the auevilng and
tha weeping attendant upn bay fever
will be nuch grailfled tn bcate the
teat of tbe trouble which. acidlng
to a country riehansw ia as fulLias'.
"Ten rarkwds of bay are shij tJ
from Fever statin etery
WouIJ an Uijunctu-n bring ua rvilefT
I Can eoel.tn't . a IMr s'
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O'.i ll. I'1 Hmhi j :;
Uo wi.l hub tiic was -.ael
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M. Wortermen, la an addrea to Iowa
airymeo. said: TU hasd aparatfr
system has nd'g.Medfy with. a the
last fw years trailed tt.ward k,wer!i.g
(I q tal'ty ttt butter. This la aot bw
csuse the band separator system is
rocg. bat becauaa that system Is sliil
la Its Infancy and the taetbods eas
ployed by tbe hand separaU factoriea
need Improvement. B:as!!ar diffcn!.!es
were observed the first few years after
tb factory separator wat lBtro!oceJ.
but soon the factory tystem waa
found to be tuperloc to th oil tys
tem, and the band separator tystem
baa already proven to bave several
advantages over any cf tba prevSrna
Wben the band aersxatrjrt were Erst
Introduced there were several of 11 lr
agenta that advocated wanbicg cf
their separator once a day or c-cce
every other day. These represecta
tlves bars nearly all a'.sappeare by
this time; which la a blessing to tta
dairy Industry, aa such men were cot
only a disgrace to tbe firm they repre
sented, but they wera trying to tear
down that splendid reputation wblcb
tbe Iowa batter bat and wblcb it baa
taken so many years to establish. A
cream separator, it callers not
whether It is a factory or a farm ma
chine, and all dairy utensils used la
connection therewith, murt be thor
ougtly cleaned each time tbey bar
been used, and if this rule It not fal
lowed, then the quality Is going to
suffer. Tbit bat been fully demon
strated by tba bacteriologist as well
at by the practical cretznerymen-
Tbe thermometer Is an article that
every buttermaker should bare, wheth
er be tt making butter at home or la
a factory. Yet many cf the thermom
eters purchased are tar from reliable.
We remember that some years ago
an Eastern firm sent out a large cum
ber of thermometer at prize. Tba
writer bad one and tried to read tba
weather by iL But be finally iUsoot
ered that tba mercury bulb waa im
perfect or not correctly graduated, for
the readings were certainly more tbaa
twenty iepreea out cf tbe way. Tbit
is very bad, bnt frequently thermome
ters are two, three or four degree
out of tha way and their owners do
not Clacover the fact. This It mora
likely to be the cas whore tba man
bat but on thermometer. If b bat
several be It about tare to nofJc that
there ia a marked difference la ti
readings and begin an investigation.
One good way of telling the correct
or! of a thermometer is to place tba
bulb under tb tongue. If the person
doing this is healthy and not unduly
excited the thermometer should regis
ter 9S degrees. If It re rtst era more or
les something la wrong, either with
the thermometer or with the person
making tbe test. Thermometers do
not cot much, and it w iU pay to buy
several when making the purchase cf
one.. Then in case of breaking one,
there Is alwayt another that may be
placed la service-
Keep Up th Miik Flow.
Now is the time of year to look
carefully after tbe milk fkw and see
that it does not materially fall off.
r.v.ry dairy man knows that wben a
cow Is allowed, through lack of suc
culent fwod. to fall off la her Bilk. It
Is Impossible to agaia bring her back
to the original flow, ao matter bow
bountifully the is fed. Even if tb
food coeta more than the miik during
th summer drouth, it is best to keep
It up It It Is Intended to milk tb
row through the fall and winter. To
allow tbe milk yield to run down tt
to court a doubl loss. Th loss cf
th milk is something, but tf tb milk
it going to a creamery that Is co-cper-ativ
la any phase th lessened sup
ply from all the patrons will Incrras !
proportlofcslely th cost of msking ,
butter and thus force a further lose oa
th patron. I'nfoiiunsteiy oa nioat ! ;
our farms It Is looked upon as the
regular thing to tare th rows tall
o3 In their milk at this time of year,
and nothing is done to prevent It- i
This not ritUig snitt t.g Is tbe hardctt
tlilr.g to overcome when we are trying
to lm!iic the aJcpiMB of metbtxia
that will !i:nir u continuation 4
th fiiw of m'ik during early summer '
throtsb the bit wrath r. This Is a
hard perh..t for our creamery men. but j
the b alwiy geta t tk to the firm- :
era In tie end. Tb! s!k-.:11 t re-
membered and me-aiarea takra to la- J
aur differtct result.
Palatabilrty of Food.
Tha value cf aay food far aa animal
it Indicated to a eonalderaM decrt-e
by lu pa'.atalility. No matter what
balance of prteta aad rarbv'bydratea
a food may ahow ca aaaiysta, if u is
not palatable enough so that tb ani
mal will est It and eat a g4 dev!
cf It. It will bot b of aa ws la th
omony of tb tana. This It 11' se
ers ted by th ipr1uiats rwrrted oa
at th Indiana Ei per! rare I statioa ia
feedtuc distillery grains to fcare.
Tbaa grain acsr cta'o a great
aniantity of d'.geeubl prxte:a and rer
tainly do, but th b.irae did aot CnJ
them palatable ami ref aaed to eat a,.vr
of theaa than they wee om: p: '.ej tlx
Tbit la the report of th atauoa. after
a trial laallng two years. Rr;xH
were sWo secured from teamsttra cei
this point and they atwej wl'.h th
spetlence tf th ststioa strv-rsniewt-er
There arw many o:i.r k!mt
fvx'J that woul.! piake g vd ati.l cbeap
tH'k fvnid It th ca'.;;, fcvre c4
other stin k car i f-r them; but they
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