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ON THE FARM
SPLENDID RESULTS FOLLOW
FARMING IN THE CANADIAN
American! In Canada Not Asked to
Forget That They Wer Born
Fnrm produce today 1 remunera
tive, and this help to make farm Ufa
agreeable Those who aro studying
tho economics of the day tell u that
the strength of the nation 1Kb In the
cultivation of the aoll. Farming la do
longer a hand-to-mouth existence. It
mean Independence, often affluence,
but certainly independence.
Calling at a farm house, nnr one of
the numerous thriving towns of Al
berta, In Western Canada, the writer
was given a definition of "Indepen
dence" that was accepted as o,u!te
original. The broad acres of the farm
er' land had a crop and a splendid
one, too, by the way ripening for the
reapers' work. The evenness of the
crop, covering field after field, attract
ed attention, as did also the neatness
of the surroundings, the well built sub
stantial story-and-a-half log house, and
the well-rounded fides of the cattle.
His broken English he was a Freeh
Canadian was easily understandable
and pleasant to listen to. He had
come there from Montreal a year ago,
hud paid $20 an acre for the 320-acre
arm, with the little Improvement It
had. He had never farmed before, yet
his crop was excellent. Riving evi
dence as to the quality of the soil, and
the good judgment that had been used
In Its preparation. And brains couu.
In farming ns well as "braw." Asked
how he liked It there, be straightened
bis broad shoulders, and with hand
outstretched towards the wet-tug fields
of grain, this young French CanaJlan.
model of symmetrical build, replied:
Te gosh, yea. we like him the
farmin' well, don't we, Jeannette?"
as be smilingly turned to the young
wife Rtanding near. She had accom
panied him from Montreal to his far
west home, to assist him by her wifely
help and companionship, In making a
new home In this new land. "Yes, me
come here wan year ago, and we never
farm before. Near Montreal, me
fath-r, he kep de grls' mill, an" de
cardia' mill, an" be gosh! be run de
cheese factor' too. He work, an' me
work, an' us work tarn har", be gosh!
V' work for de farmer; well 'den,
oruetln' go not always w'at you call
RANG THE BELL, ALL RIGHT
iMtmni ol YteM of Wheel la Yr.rrm C-mmIs fat
MU wort IMO Hiudrad MiltuM BukrU.
oe' right, an' de farmer he say d'
rneun t'ltig, be gosh! and tell us go to
well, anyway be tarn mad. Now,"
and then he waved his hand again
towards the fields, "I 'uve rm bodder,
no carUln" mill, no grin' mill, no cheese
factor'. I am now de farmer man an'
when mo want to, nw an say to de
ler fellow! you go ! VeII. we
like him Ihe farm In." And that was
t pood definition of Independence.
.Ttiriuighimt a trip of several hun
lrej villi's In the agricultural district
of Western Ciitiadu. Uio writer found
the farmers In excellent spirit, an
cptlml.itlc feeling being prevalent
everywhere. It will b Interesting to
the thouHuiiils on the American sldi!
of the line to know that their rela
tlvfs and friends are doing well there,
tli ut they have made their home In a
country that Mauds up so splendidly
under what Iuih b en trying conditions
In mofct of the iiortliwentorn part of
the farming illntrlcta of the continent.
With the exeeptlou of some portions
of Southern Alberta, and also a por
tion of Manitoba and Huuthern Sas
katchewan tin grain crops could be
deacrlhel ns fair, good and excellent
The Bume drought that affected North
and South Dakota, Montana, Minno
eota, WIhcoiihIii and other of the
northern central stales extended over
into a poitlou of Canada Just men
tioned. Hut In these portions the
crop for the past four or live years
were splendid and the yield good.
The great province of Saskatchewan
has suffered less from drought In pro
portion to tier area under cu'.iivatiou
than either of the olber provinces. On
the other hand, Instead of tho drought
being confined very largely to the
aoutb of' tho main lino of the C, P. 11.
It is to be found In patches right
through the center of northern Sas
katchewan alao. In spltu of this, how
ever, Kankiit( hewan has a splendid
crop. A careful checking of the aver
age of yield, with (he acreage In the
different dlnirlcU, gives u average
yield of Jb'i bushel lo the acre.
In Southern Alberta one fifth of the
lulr wheat will not to cut, or bus
ben renown to feed There, ara In
dividual crop which will run a Btgh
aa 45 bushel oa acre of 600 and 1,000
acres, but there two other which will
drop as low a IS. A safe average for
winter wheat will bo 19 bushel. The
sample Is exceptionally fine, exccp.lng
In a few case whoro It ha been wrin
kled by extreme heat.
The northern section of Mberta ha
been tlntiirally anxlou to Imprest the
world with the fact that It ha not
suffered from drought, and thl Is quit
true. Wheat crop run from 20 to 30
bui;he!s to an acre, but In a report
such as this It Is really only possible
to deal with the provlm-o as a whole
and while the estimate may seem very
low to the peoplo of Alberta, It I fair
to the province throughout.
When tho very light rainfall and
other eccentricities of the past season
are taken Into account. It seems noth
ing short of a miracle that the Cana
dian West should have produced 102
million bushels of wheat, which Is
less than IS million bushels short of
the crop of 1903. It Is for the West
generally a paying crop and rerhaps
the best advertisement tho country
has ever hHd. as It shows that no mat
ter how dry tho year, with thorough
tillage, good seed and proper methods
of conserving the moisture, a crop can
always bo produced.
As some evidence of the feeling cf
tho farmers, are submitted letters
written hy farmers but a few days
ago, and they offer the best proof that
can be given.
Maidstone, Sask., Aug. 4. '10.
I came to Maidstone from Menomi
nee. Wis., four year ago, with uiy
parents and two brothers. We all lo
cated homesteads nt that tlmo and
now have our patents. The soil Is a
rich black loam a good as I have ever
seen. We have had good crops each
year and In 1009 they were exceeding
ly good. Wheat ylHdlng from 22 to 40
bushels per aero and oats from 48 to
SO. Wo are well pleased with the
country and do not care to return to
our native state. I certainly believe
that Saskatchewan Is Just the pine
for a hustler to get a start and make
himself a home Wage here for farm
labor rauga from $J5 to J 15 per
mouth. Leo Dow.
Tofield. Alberta. July 10, 1910.
I am a native of Texas, the largest
and one of tho Tery best states of tho
fnlon. I have been hero three year
and have not one desire to return to
tho States to live. There Is no place
I know of that offers such splendid
Inducements for capital, brain and
brawn. I would like to ay to all who
are not satisfied where you are, make
a trip to Western Canada; If you do
not liko It you will feel well repaid
for your trip. Take thl from ono
who's on the ground. onjoy splen
did government, laws, school, rail ray
faculties, health, and last, but not
bast, an Ideal climate, and this from
a Texan. O. I Pughs.
James Normur of Porter, Wisconsin,
after visiting Dannhtn, Manitoba,
says: "I have been In Wisconsin 25
years, coming out from Norway. Never
have 1 seen better laad and the crops
In Kast Dauphin aro better than I
hAve ever seen, especially the oat.
There Is more straw and It h heav
ler heads than oar In Wteoonsin.
"This Is Just tho kind of land we
are looking for. Wo are all nsed to
mixed farming and tho had we have
seen is finely adopted to that sort of
work. Cattle, hogB, horses and grain
will be my products, ana for the live
stock, prospects could not o better.
I have never seen such cattle a aro
raised here on tho wild prairie grasses
and the Tetch that stand thro or
four feet high In the groves and on
the open prairie.
Sir Wilfred Laurier Talk to Amr.
Sir Wilfred iJiurler, Premier of
Canada, I now making a tour of
Western Canada and In tho course of
hi tour be has visited many of tho
districts In which American have set
tied. He expresses himself a highly
pleased with them. At Craig, Sas
katchewan, the American aottlnr
Joined Kith the other In an aiUrc
of welcome. In replying Kir Wilfred
said In part:
"1 understand that many of you
have etitne from tho gnat Republic
to the south of us a land which I
akin to us by blood and tradition. I
hope that In coining from a free coun
try you realUe that you come lso to
another free country, and that al
though you camo from a republic you
have coiiio to what I a crowned
democracy. The King, our sovereign.
has perhaps not so marly powers a
tho Prcsldeut of tho Vulted Hiatus
but 'whether we are on the one side
of the line or the other, wo are all
broiher by blood, by kinship, by lies
of relationship. In coming here us
you have come and becoming natural
(red citizen of thl country no ono de
sires you to forget tho land of your
ancestors. It would be poor man
who would not always have In his
heart a fond affection for tho land
w bl 'h be came from. The two greatest
countries today are certainly the
I'nlted Kingdom of Great Prltaln and
Ireland and tho Republic of the I 'lilt
ed 8'utes. I't them be united to
gether and the peaco of the world
will be forever assured.
"1 hope that in coming here a you
hatr, you have foi:r.d liberty, Jiiullce
and equality of right. In thl coun
try, u In your own, you know nothing
of tcpuratlon of creed aad race, for
you are all Canadian here. And If
I may express a wish It I that you
would becoino a good Canadla as
you have been good Americana and
that you may yet remain good Amer
ican. Wo do not want you to forgot
what you have been; but wo want you
lo look more to the future than to tho
past. lA't me, befuro wo part, tender
you Iho alurero exprelon of my
warmest gratitude for your reception."
Chat on Interesting Topic of Many Kinds, by
a Recognized Authority
A New Cam of Character.
Tho hostess told ii that tho an
swer to the question on our paper
wero all well-known peraonnge In
hltory, politic, litciatur and art;
ancient ami modern. The Initial let
tor begin word that give a clue to
Identity. A certain tlmo I allotted
for discovering and putting down tho
full names. A prize is awarded for
the beat list Have the slips type
written with spaces left below each
Am-rtrs's I.lbrrntnr (Abrnham Lincoln).
Ills t'nlon's Oiiartlan i Hiram l'lyu
Tnvtrncil Wisely (CJeorsn Wmlilmttnnl,
Won K.intl iKo's tii.-co ( WlnllelJ Scott
Wss Martyred (William MoKlnleyV
3vrnei1 Cautlnuslr (Oliver Clevelimf).
Ih Houliri(lr (Theo1or noerelt).
rverrma rtnapart (Otto PismnrclO.
Was Kver Orent (William Ewart 01d
ton). r.rcemrlc Anil Poetle Elinr Allan PoeV
Oti What Humor (Oliver Wendell
Reni-wned With Fway (Ralph Waldo
Merry Tramp (Mark Twain).
Jolly Keen jo;er (Jermne K. Jerome).
K Cunnlnit Pete.-tlve (A. Connn !V l.
Wlrd Story-teller (Waller Bcott).
Cnflrrsio I!efor All iSmnn n. Anthony),
for Kvery Woman (France K. Wtllurd).
The Astonishing Klectrlclsn tThomaa A.
Amiable Croenus (Andrew farnesle).
Inlniltnbls rinnlst Itnar P.-vlcrewaM).
Mtchty Artist iM!chal Anirelo).
WnnrtVrful Sapience (Wrn. Shakespeare).
Admire. I Poet lAlex. I'upe.)
Rustic Hard (Robert Rnrns).
Terrible Omplalner (Thos. furlyle).
Clever Delineator (f'hsrles I'lckens).
Famous Iarky (Krel'k Douelnjia).
Original. Witty. Humorous (O. W.
Ruhld Iconoclast (Robert Inerotl).
Voluminous Humanist (Victor Horn).
Racy. Humorous. IeUgiifuI iPJchard
Rational Wist Essays (R. W. Kmerson).
Readable Lasting 8tortes (R, I,. Steven
son). Weird Conoo!er (Wllkle Collins).
Cn-stlon Revealing Ivelopment (C. R.
Rerullln Traveler reyar1 Taylor).
Jubilant War Hymn (Julia Wanl Howe).
Arthurian Troubadour (Alfred Tennyson).
Rejoices Kids iKuriyanl Klplfnm.
He Made P.arch (IT. M Stanley .
It's Words l.lncr i H. W. Ionfeltow).
Wittily ivilneatlnir Humanity (W. D.
Few More Copious (P. Vf Crawford).
Little Maids' Author (L M. Alcott).
F.nsllsh Critic 8ch-lr (K C. Ste-lmsn).
Knitland'a Krlttht Rrr l ( K R. Ilrownlno.
Rrllllantly Nonsersl. nl (Hill Nyel.
Preached Ile.iutlfully (Ihll!lis Brooks).
A Fairy Gift Bag.
A fairy gift bag Is somewhat newer
than the Jack Horner pie. it ! a
...-..-. r .ii-. .1 .
I'li-ii.. 07 ui ijie-n,jj smivi-mrs tO 1
the children and add an element of
mystery that youngsters love. They
may be Just as expensive or cheap as
the hostess wishes. First select the
requisite number of toys or favors,
wrap neatly In tissue paper of two
t;f hk dre at tho left 1 for
"Yr- a girl of fourteen to alxteen
Z. A y'r, and I made up lo
l.i'fl butcher blue linen; the
' ' ktrt I close fitting and I
trimmed at th lower trig hy two
band of darker colored linen, or
triped linen would b mart,
Tbo blouse 1 on of the ever-favorite
one plcc style, with Claudlnu
cuff and collar of plaited lawn
Material required: 6 yard 4H inches
Tho second oowtumo I for a girl
from llecn to eighteen yei, and
might b carried out la Shantung,
raaemunt cloth or lluen; a wldo panel
I taken down th front of the dra,
lulned to tho old by a wrapped
soaiu, whr It I trimmed with oval
.ye- Y ern; I. . .ri- ta
.at 'A IwiW
I l 5 tl
color, on for boy and, ono for girls;
tl Try securely with colored cord or
ribbon, rale green and pink or rod
and white mak food combination ol
rolor. Got a large brown paper sack
from tho grocer, ono that will hold
all tho parcel without crowding. Now
cover this bag with a dainty crepo
paper and make two bow of ribbon;
fasten on either side cf tb bag quit
low down. Attach a ribbon to each
parcel very narrow) three-quarter
of a yard long. These ribbon fall
over the top of the bag when It I
tied tip and look very pretty. Kelt
blindfold each child, ono at a time,
nd let tl-em walk to the bag and se
lect a ribbon, standing perfectly U11,
then when all have ribbon thoy ar
pulled good and hard, the bag burst
and each one has a favor. Sometime
the children are given a tout cano
and each allowed a strike at the bag
until It burst. A hostess may choose
her own method. FVr very small
children little tale may bo told ol
how a good fairy ha filled tho bag for
tho party, and Interest will rise to
fever heat by tho tlmo tho bag I
An Experience Party.
Tho invitations for thl novel affair
were given over tho telephone, with
out which how did we ever live, mov
and have our being Tho h nates
asked each of her twelve guests to
coins prepared to tell In five minute
some Incident of their summer. Most
of theui had been on various vacation
trips. In thta way an hour' enter
tainment was delightfully furnished.
Then there wa a reading that lastei
20 minutes given by a friend who was
good enough to share some of her un
published stories. Tho place cards
laid on the tables spread on tho porch
were all foreign scene collected by
tTie bostes. Delicious sandwich roll
were served. Iced coffee, olives, altd
nuts and bonbons.
A Magazine Gam.
gome tlmo ago the request came for (
a repetition or a
n eiimi contrai. i ui -' i
Thla ono waa sent
by a Chicago reader and I hop. win ,
be what Is needed. . j
1 On hundred ysrs (C,tury) l
Fsnta ( laus IM. jsicnomai. . nnni j
minntrel illarnets) . A puMls pi- Sn j
. ... ... ...... . . t
Rome (F-runi) i An early Sew Fnmn(l j
settler (the puritan). Veracity (Truth).
? it-. ,!- l,Nf. h,. (The lelliieat'jrl t.
A noted fslry (Pur). A lr b 1y of i
water ( Atlantic). 4 The sailor's IumhI.mi
(The niirk Cat). It. A dispenser of )us- 1
. . " ,-e. ;
(K (JUlei jj. A .rwiii 1 U"" v-u.
l.ik). 11 .What w all clln to (IJfe). Ii
A planet (Tie Worl.l) 16 A rliiicti of ths ;
norM (tosmopi'lltan). l a snow sroun.i
(Arena). IT. A tioy's Jsckkn'fe iT.iu'lis
Companion) 1. Psrt cf a rop (Th
StrmrKli. : A chllt at r!hi IW1J
Awake). 3D. Hash (ltvlew of (vrw).
M A I A M K MK KMJ.
button and loop of braid; the tides
aud back of skirt ar then cut with
a corselet slip and tucked five time
at the foot; the hem give the ap
pearance of a sixth tuck.
Uwo or soft tlk I used for th
under slip, which ha tho sleeves set
lo deep embroidery cuffs; a I'eter
i'an collar I also mnd of this, and
th collar I of tucked lawu.
Hut of fltio straw lined with black
and trimmed with a rot.
Material required: 7 yrd 44
Inches wide, m yard cord, IV dozen
button, 4 yard embroidery, 1 yard
lawu 43 1 in he wide.
An exquisite hantllly acarf for vo
nlng war ha oni of th dvslgut
outlined with gold U-ra4.
NOTES THAT ARK OF INTEREST
Brief Mention of MstUrs Thy
Occur at Jefterton City,
Official and Other
wise. Jefferson City. Tho regular month
ly report of rtlato Treasurer Jarnca
Cowglll, Died with tiovernor HailUy
show tho condition of the state treas
ury as follow
Halance on hand at the close of
business July 31, 1010. was $3,507.
S"i9.1T; receipts duriug the month of
August, I3S;1.718 8S: (lintui em uti
during August, J2,133,CJ9X6. leaving a
general balance on hand at tho close
of buslm-ts August 31 of $ 1,735,
;i8.:i!. The heavy disbursements during
August were due to the distribution of
H. SOO.noo public school money to the
The balance 111 the treasury I held
by the state dejKisilorles as follows:
Cash In treasurers vaults,
I. "i9.tiC; Kn banco bank, Jefferson
City. jsl,ciis ST; Kirn National bank.
Jefferson City, $79,lC7.iS; Herman
AmorUan bank of St. I-oils, $ Ji 1
TS.. 'If,; Mississippi Valley Trust Com
pany of St. Louis. $1.2S9.r.4t PS; Na
tional I '..ink of Commerce of Kansas
The earnings of the Missouri peni
tentiary for the month of August ag
gregated $L'9,a,0. 5:!, and the disburse
ments were 1 .15.&79.'JG.
Receipts Into the game protection
fund durNig the mouth were $J,Si'0
land the disbursements were tT."C. 92,
leaving a balance In the fund of H-V
IWelpts Into the good roads fund
arising from lice nstng of automobile
owners and drivers by the stale were
J1.9S0 for the month, having a bal
ance In the fund of ::j..'.k.i.7l.
The stx-clal rnmtrlsf loner bus ft'ed
his rrort In the International Har
vester case in blrh he sustains the
attorney gcnral. lie finds that the
company Is a trust In violation of the
,,., ru1, of , Knd ,.,,
Its (barter sl.ouuld be orfelted. Judge
ti,,.., e..,i., ,i, ,.,.,.. , !.,i..,.,.t
(h(, ariil.,nt Uvk, of ,,Jt , ,no
formation of the International lUr-
. , . ... , . . ,
iriiiri ( liiiiumiit ifi jriFri alio ill i -
. , -
America, which sought lo control tho
manufacture and sale of h.irvest. r ma
chlnery in t.ils slate The company
I held to bo a monopoly In restraint
,,f tra,0 t , ubj t to (meter or a
1 . i. . .... .... I
iitir ii t iiv sii itrriii." ciiuri Auiiiiis uit-
f''n 01 ;u e-uai i iimiiiir&ioin r.
The a! orin js for the respondent will
now file exiepiluiiS lo the report ami
the case will be argued and submitted
at the October term.
I'av'.J H r'r!;i Is of St. leu's has
flk I M.s declaration (or IViihm ratle
nomination for Vnifct! States si nator
with Secretary of S'.-ito tioari h II.
simply states that he is a cardu'ate
for the no'uitia'.U.ii ant acl.s that Ms
name bn placed upon the ndli lal bal
lot as proWilml by law. James A. Keed
of Kansas City and yterltng !'. IlontI
of St l.oti'.s are the othtr lamocratlc.
candhtates who have tiled.
Another lU ino. rat. Kobert .Shelby
Iliitledgo of New Madrl.I, is In the
Illed hi. de,lara.U.n with the score-
lary of state, lull makes six Iemo- i
cratlo candlilale now in th race.
They are James A KeeJ of Kansa
City, 1. It. Craiii Is. Sterling I. Hond
and William It. CiimberlniKi, all of
St. IaiiiIs; John F. i'-rec kenrldge of
8t. Joseph, and Mr. Kutle.lge.
(lov. Iladloy will paiolo Louis IVek
er of Ht. Unils. who I serving k live
year term In tl) penllci ll.iry lor brib
ery. during .September. Th governor
said that soon Ik-ckcr will have served
a long aa any of the other member
of the Mouse of Ik legate convicted ot
bribery aud sent In the penitential y
while Folk was governor. Most of
them were given two year trm uml j
were released In eighteen, month j
flecker will soon have seied eighteen j
months. lie was sentenced to live
year. Ieckr wa tiled at SprlngUeld,
Wo, March, l!'u'., on a chango of
venue from St. I.ouls. A. N. Hiigt-r,
then circuit attorney, prosecuted him.
Pager, the trial Judge and ten of Iho
Jurors recommend t lis parole. The
other two Jurors are ead
Judge Kclilcn V. Hpencer of St. l-oul
has announced definitely that ho will
not b a curulldate tor tm llepubllcnn
nonitiiailoii for I'nlted State senator.
tiovernor lladley has appointed Ver
moua Mueller as county siiiiei'lnierid
eut of public schools of Oxugc county
to succeed H. 11. llrjiiii, who resigned
- o ...
Jacob Kennedy iind John liuiki
were killed and Kdwanl llurd was dun
gernusly Injured In tho Missouri I'a
c.illc tunnel, four miles rnd of here.
All arsi young men. 19 v of sge.
They came here from linllaa, Tex.,
according to llurd's staleinent. The
accident wu the result of the men
trying to hi at their way lo St. Uml
on top of a alceplng car attached to
a MUsourl 1'aclf.o train. It I only
possible for person on lop of a car
to pus through the tunnel In safety
by lying down. Tho yonnu men knew
nothing of thl danger,
Tho Jirz&Y cf
U Grewfo Vllf Ewr Tfi
off r i--" if "
ll.s ruittJtf A
CIM trttj! .
, UifsstM, tisV llserlfcrlx, SSlw Skia.
SMALL IILL, SMAIL DQ5F, SZkH ftlCS
Genuine s Snature
u Paw lto. ! I
iiM avs Ced.
r t rtvts P.arl.-tll
FISHING TIME IN THE PASIG
Swimming In Myriad Near Burtaeo
They Ar Snared and Speared
Friday morning Filipino snaring
eels aad other flat) In the Paslg near
the old captaia of the port building by
tho aid of flih auare caught the
largest eel ever seen oa the water
front. It was rully tri ftxt la length.
rtoih bank of the 1'a.sig aa all tho
ship and ligbtors Uiournl In the
stream were throsuc'd wlib hundreds
of l-lllplnos with snare aad iar
trying to catch tli (lAh that In myri
ads were swimming near the surface
cf the stream.
Natives wben asked In regard to
the phenomenon wero almost unani
mously In their alaJj-oiMil to the ef
fect that at this tlmo of the year tho
bottom of the rlvor gls hot and that
the fish have to leave the depth of
the stream and O&ali back and forth
on or near tho surface.
Another thoury that n-ewe4 lobar
a great many adhcrait was to tho ef
fect that at thla tlmo every yer
there wa a change In tbo character
of the water, this change acting on
tbe fish a a .tlmulant
Thl theory advance! by an nil
pilot w hi) luul wl!nns-d tho Bl.enoa.e-
Hon for many yar. .'iln!l Time.
1 ry to Com Back.
Not long igto Id Klnn.il'. !io I
!ays actively liiti'Mntea lu r11gtu-.i
mark, paid a stirprbvo visit lo a u.ls-
l slon i IkmiI In the ratit eod of I-oruk-ii
and told a claaa of leivs the story (if
t-'.itMBin Intrw4(icli,c his unrratite.
, inrjaihlp aUwml
"lie waa atfoiiR, became si-sk, and
then regain his Mreugvh, eimhlli g
Mm to Ueeiroy his eneonies. Now,
Ihsvs, if 1 h.ul an enemy. l.at wuuld
you advise me to ioV
A little boy. after meditating on tl
act n-t of that grciU glum strength,
shot up hi band and eirlaliucd: "Oet
a bottle of 'air rwkimor."
When th Flan Exptawed.
Bnniebody discovered that fish r
fend of g-vmliuo. and this led to th
Idea of aouktng wortu I gasoline In
! order to make them more alluring
! h" ,,Bod toT ,'11'
'i?1 -.rr'fln ""V1"".
IDS KllCaoil wiiwuw, Mill view met
cook's face full of uuutlit-4 potato, aud
1 hurled tin" t"J;et Mo Into the lnr bar-
rol, and painted th kitchen celling
with slowed tomatoes
Call It a 1 y l n K world and lot It go at
lie I dreamt last night that your
inotkr w as III.
hke Unite! I hea,d you' laugh Id
your sleep Life.
Th busy aiaa won dots bow
loafer Manage t live
This Is a
Instead of preparing a
hot meal, have some (ruit;
A soft boiled egg;
Slice of crisp toast;
A cup of Poiitum.
Such a breakfast Is pretty
sure to win you.
"The Memory Lingers"
F'ostutn Cral Co., Ltd.
Usui Crwsk, Mich.
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