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Bm Hi fcY fc F Porknga I B Km Km of l'axtino. Better and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOB ALL TOILET USES. HliMMHai Gives one a sweet breath ; clean, white, arfn.frA sAhM:. II. 1 mouth and throat purifies the breath iter .molting dupela all disagreeable perspiration anil botlv odors miirh an. predated by dainty women. A quick remeay tor tore eyes and catarrh. A little Paxhne powder dis solved in a glau of hot walei makes a delightful antiseptic so lution, pouening extraordinary delating, germicidal and heal ing power, and absolutely harm, leu. Try a Sample. 50c. a large box at druggift. or by DiaiL THC PAXTON TOILET CO., Boeron. Mass. One gets it by highway men Ten of thouaanda by Bad Bowel No dif ference. Constipation and dead liver make the whole tvatera sick Every body knows It CASCARETS regulate cure Bowel and Liver trouble by simply doing nature's work until you get well Millions use CASCARETS, Life Saver I 887 CASCARETS toe a box for a wffk'l treatment, all In the world. treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller Million Duxes a inouin. AUTOMOBILE TIRES ESS" CENTRAL TIRE & RUBBER CO. Ole litbuer, President Both Phones. ii27 Farnam Bt., Omaha PATENTS Watson E.Colemn,Wiui?. Infton.D.C. Book.lree. High, est rafemnoas. Jient raaulu. U..WI Thompson's Eyi Water TOO LATE. Dr. Pillem There must be some thing radically wrong with your sys tem to have your hair fall out so. You will have to diet. Skantlox Dye It? I'm afraid, doc, there's not enough of It left to dye. Quaint Table Manners. Jerome S. McWade, the Duluth mil lionaire, talked at a dinner about the delights of a backwoods vacation. "I go to a quaint backwoods village every summer," he said, "and number less are the quaint people I meet thfirn. "Old Boucher, for Instance, the jan itor of the village church, Is most amusing with his quaint wayB. I had old Boucher to lunch one day, and the cold lobster was served with a mayonnaise sauce. When my servant offered this sauce to Boucher, the old man stuck his knife in it, took up a little on the blade, tasted it, then shook his head and said: " 'Don't choose none.' " A Fitting Design. "I want an estimate on 10,000 letter heads," said the professional-looking man with the silk hat. "Any special design?" asked the engraver. "Yes, sir," replied the caller. "In the upper left-hand corner I want a catchy cut of Patrick Henry making bis memorable speech, and In distinct letters, under the cut, his soul-inspiring words, 'Give me liberty or give me death.' You see," he added, hand ing a card to the engraver, "I'm a di vorce lawyer, and want something flt ting." Llpplncott's. At the Shore. Polly I wonder how Cholly man ages to keep that wide-brimmed straw on in a wind like this. Dolly Vacuum pressure. Judge. Man will have what he desires, and will find what is really best for him. exactly as he honestly seeks It Froude. Summer Comfort There's solid satisfac tion and delightful re freshment in a glass of Iced Postum Served with Sugar and a little Lemon. Postum contains the natural food elements of field grains and is really a food drink that relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst. Pure, Wholesome, Delicious "There's a Reason" rosTTM CEREAL CO., Ltd., llutlle t rerk, MUh. fit mnn Retentive soils should bo drained. Send to market all old hens right now. A poor milker, man or maid, is an abomination in a dairy. The shorter the fattening period the greater the profit from the pen. If there are any bare places on the lawn now they should be reseeded or resodded. The disk is a better implement than the plow for breaking up sod In the orchard. If farmers kept books there would bo a great many better ones than there are today. There will be something to learn about farming so long as there are studious farmers. There is a distinct difference be tween weeds and corn. There should also be an extinct difference. An orchard will live longer, bear better and be more profitable for be ing well cultivated and enriched. Perhaps the first important factor to consider in dairying is the stable wherein the cattle are to he housed. Strawberries should be cultivated, the weeds eradicated and the mois ture conserved for late summer drouth. When the Incubator Is to be started for lute hatches set things in order and run it two days before intrusting the eggs to it. Fresh manure has a tendency to cause carrots, parsnips and salsify to grow forked roots; it also causes rad ishes to become wormy. The attention the farmer gives the hen Is an invitation for the hen to lay and her cackle is the acknowl edgment of the invitation. , The scientific, thoughtful farmer works with his head. He knows every cow, her yield, her condition and her profit producing capacity. No live stock is so easily and quick ly increased in volume as hogs and a season of good prices is usually a precursor of increased breeding. Allow the calf to run with the mother for a day or so immediately after birth. The new milk is neces sary to promote a proper digestion. Aside from the commercial value of the products from the poultry yard the value of fresh eggs and fine poul try for the table should not be under estimated. Qenerous treatment while a heifer tends to develop the udder and in fact all the milk producing organs of the cow and establishes a habit that Is never lost. Do not defer harvesting your Irish potatoes until they are affected with black rot. As soon as the tubers ma ture and the plants begin to die har vest the tubers. No sane and active poultry keeper will tolerate lice In the nest. Place water, feed and dust bath where the hen can easily get at them when she daily leaves the nest. All decayed specimens of fruit should be promptly destroyed. Wind fall apples and peaches should be gathered up and destroyed to prevent spreading the disease. Unless you secure the guinea eggs and have the young ones hatched un der the henB, along with the chicks, they are almost certain to become wild and unmanageable. Beware of "red rust" in blackberry or blackcap bushes. When seen, promptly dig up and burn Infected plant, being careful not to scatter tho fungous dust over healthy bushes. Thope who have large apple or chards are fortunate if they have evaporators for drying windfall ap ples. This is a good way to utilize unsalable fruit and thus add to the profits of the orchard. Keep your eyes open for better hens. You will often see some advertised for sale. Hut steer clear of old worn out stock. None over one or at the outi-ide two years old should be bought or kept on the farm. (' tKnisi ed meal f-l to excess will mjve the l'.avor of butter just ns lil.s. (1 meal it! excess will injure t',;e uraiu and Havur. While both of Kiese can be fed to an advantage to 'i i y env. s the best results are pon ;: only wlieu they are used iu cou nt et ion with et'. ir material. i to not pf.'lert to examine the cur- M t find (-no.u lieri y-bushea and look for the white ija of the currant o:'!!.s. at il tho larva of the rurrant : . w!'y Ii you find any, dust the ! v. v s. top and under shies, with fine- t o'vd r;1 hellebore, when the . k ;..; j-t v.ot, or put a heaping table- i; ...o:::..l In a gallon of water, and ItlflV There Is inoiuy in i. i . Start an asparagus bei. It thrive on a sandy soli. Sell ofT all the roosters except the prime ones for breeding. The breed of white hops Is rapidly d'snrpeai ng from this country. The good roads movement Increases the pleasure of moving over the roads. A dog's bark Is rather to be encour aged. There is argument iu the barking of a dog. One man cannot well do two things at once, but two nun can do one thing nicely. Young Rhrubs need more cultivation and care tluin older ones, especially the first year. Some men never discover where a fence Is weak until they attempt to climb over it. Kven a city man can come to tho front with a small flock of poultry lu his back yard. No cow which averages less than one and one-half gallons of milk per day can be kept at a profit. Take the chill off the water for tho mare, and feed her carefully and keep her quiet for a number of days. The cow is doing her best for you and you can afford to pamper her whims. They are usually pretty good ones. The man who said "that the best ponltrymen on most farms are the women," knew what he was talking about. Onions stand a good deal of cold. if you have new ones earlier than your neighbors, you must take some chances. It Is more difficult to secure the Reeds of forest trees than any other kinds of seeds, since there is so lit tle market for them. Beets may be ennned or pickled and saved for winter use. When vegeta bles are scarce they will be greatly enjoyed if saved in this way. in Japan there nre 192 people for every 40 acres of land and 25G cows. 250 donkeys, and 512 swine for every square mile of land In the kingdom. Take some time to make handy de vices lor the house and barn. They are easy to make, and many of them are worth much more than they cost. It is not fair calculation to take the average of the herd as the basis of computing nnnual profit from the dairy. Let each individual stand on her merits. The sitting hen should be given a new, clean box for a nest. Oiled with the cleanest of material. Place her on the new nest and give her the eggs in the evening. No animals are bred that are capa ble of supplying the largest amount of rich milk and storing away the largest amount of fiet.h and fatness in their bodies at one and the same time. Most people find that, the yearling hens lay more eggs than the older hens, but some chicken raisers claim that the old hens eggs are better for hatching, because they are more strongly fertilised. Good food never creates the char acter nor temperament of a cow, nor makes of her a good dairy animal, any more than it never makes a good cow out of a small milker; it Is use less to make the effort. Water or moisture Is always on the move. When It rains it soaks the ground, and as soon as It stops raining It starts its upward movement by capll- lary attraction. It travels from one soil particle to the next and so on until the soil becomes what we call dry. All stock will be healthier and will thrive better if salt is kept where they can help themselves dally rather than at intervals. Medicated salts are now put up and sola mat are better in every way for the stock than tho common salt usually used besides be ing a better conditioner. The soil has wonderful absorptive power to hold on to its moisture, for If we place some soil In tho oven and drive off the moisture by heat and then examine these soli particles un der a powerful microscope we will find each soil particle coated with a thin film of what Is termed hydroscopic wa ter. Shade r.nd water are important mat ters in connection with grazing cattle, and the more nearly natural the condi tions can l.o made, the belter. In a pasture which contains no trees, it sometimes pays to put up a board roof to protect cuttle from the hot sun in July and Aug'.ist, but summer feeding on a large scale Is not generally ad visable at all where there Is no na tural shade in tho field. Unless the cockerels are to be re tained for breeding purposes, it is ad visable to kill them ( IT as soon as they are sufficifntly law. thus clour irg the ground and giving more space to the pulhts to grow. When cock erels me allowed to run together, growth is considi rally retarded, be sides which the 'lct.h loses a good deal of Its excellence, both In flavor mid fineness. Professor Wnshburn of the Minne sota division of Kulomolcgy at Univer sity Farm finds toads to be friends of the farnnr. They feed entirely upon an iiicrv ilible number of insects. Tho federal department of agriculture, In veHtlgatii g tho toad, discovers tho startling fact that in 24 hours the In sect food consumed by one toad oqualn in quantity four times the capacity of Its stomach, which la practically fill d and emptied four times every 2 hours. ?4VD LITTLE ONE9. A little Coltle, black and sleek, Pops In tlin bnrnynrd run: do kicks up Ills heels and flirts his tall. And lias such loads ot fun. A little I'lptrle In the pen Hoots round with funny snout: tin knows JtiHt where to find good things, And soon ho roots them out. A little Chlrklo In the yard lics scratch with tiny feet; 'Tin happy when It finds a crumb, For It docs love to eat. A little llntiy In tho house Huns every where and phiys; It laughs and crows and merry Is Throughout the Bumim-r Uiiys. MUSING GAME WITH VOWELS Sach Player Write as Long Sentence as Possible, Using Only Words Containing Vowel Selected. "Now," said Charlies, when every body was gather around the table, "let's play the vowel game father told us he used to play when he was a boy." "How do you play It?" asked every one at once. "It's very easy," replied Charlies, distributing pencils and paper Im partially among the family Rrounp, says tho Comrade. "You take the five regular vowels, a, e, i, o, u, and, beginning with the first letter, each player writes as long a sentence as he can, using no vowel except 'a' in any word, but repeating that letter as oft en as he wishes." "I don't quite understand," said Cousin Lucy. "Please give us an ex ample." "You'll have to give mo a few min utes' grace, then," laughed Charlie, taking his pencil and paper. "Suppose I take 'a. "' He wrote industriously a few minutes and then read the result aloud : "Ah, madam, Frank Farns, a tall, tasty, black man at Panama, has a cat that can catch all bad ants and bats at, Nathan's pantry and barn." "Bravo!" cried uncles and'auntsand couBins, as Charlie finished reading the queer sentence. "You see," continued Charlies, "you may give the players five minutes, or any time you agree on beforehand, to make up the sentence. When the time is up, the sentences are read and the one having the longest sentence of good, plain, commonplace English has gained the first point. You go this way for each of the five vowels, and, when all the sentences are read and compared, the person who has gained the most points wins the game." GLOVE HELPS IN SWIMMING. Device With Concave, or Dished Sur face, Enables Swimmer to Get Better Grip on Water. In order to increase the effective area of a swimmer's hand, an Inventor has provided a glove consisting of an elastic web formed with cots or stalls in which the fingers and thumb may be inserted. The glove Is also at tached to the wrist by means of a Swimming Glove. strap. The cots are made of open work material, so that they will have a tendency to grip and bind the fin gers to prevent the glove from slip ping off. Bays Scientific American. The outer edge of the web is curved downward, forming a concave or dish ed surface, which will enable the swimmer to secure a better grip on the water. Keeping It Secret. Papa and mamma were laughing at 1 joke on gran'pa and little Tommy was keeping close tabs. Gran'pa's name is Noah Brown. Little Mollle Hmith was asked nt bunday school who built the ark. She didn't know and was told to have tho answer by the follow Ing Sun day. Her mother Instructed her. "Noah built tho ark," she said. ".Noah. The same name as Mr. Brown. His name lu Noah Brown. You know that don't you? You've seen his name above his store. Just remember Mr. Urown, and then you'll think. of Noah " And very naturally when Molllo wa. asked the following Sunday who built tho ark she answered promptly: "Mr. Brown built it. Ho lives rlt;ht next door to us." That's the story papa told mamma, and when she laughed Tommy was anxious to see the point. Presently Uls face lit up. "1 know it!" in cried. "Gran'pa built It ull right; but he doess't want everybody to know TEN LITTLE KITTY CATS. Ten little kitty cots all dressed up ln Ona tore her pinafore, then there were nine. Nino little kitty cats eating from one plate. One not crowded out, then there were elHht. KIrM little kitty cats snt up till eleven. One fell fust asleep, and then there were seven. f?even little kilty cuts playing funny trli-ks, Ona rolled out of sluht, then there were six. fix Utile kitty ents, Irornlnu to dive. One went down too deep, then there were fivp. Five little kitty eats ploylnir on the shore, A bin wave caught one, then there were four. Four little kitty eats climbed up a tree One full down ngutn, then there were three. Three little kitty rnts met a kangaroo, Ono went home with him, then there Were two. Two little kitty cats sitting In the sun. One ran In tho house, then there was one. One little kitty cut went to buy a. bun. He never came buck, and so there wa none. TOY BILLY GOAT BUTTS HARD Novel Device, Invented by Georgia Man, Intended to Cause Much Amusement for Children. An nmuBlng toy for children has been Invented by a Georgia man. It Is a rearing, tearing billy goat that butts a mannlkin fiat in its charge. The toy comprises a base with a fig ure elastically mounted at one er.J The figure normally stands erect, but when struck a blow on the chest will flop over backward and spring back when the pressure is released. Facing this figure a goat is mounted on a platform, through which the animal's forefeet pass to a slide, which is also elastically operntod. By means ot a projecting button the slide ts drawn out. When it is released the elastic makes It fly back and the goat pitches forward, raising his hind legs in the nlr nnd butting the mannlkin full in the chest or face. Tho mannlkin there upon falls flat on his back, to the great Toy Billy Goat. amusement of any children who may be watching, but upon the goat re suming his normal position, the other figure boldly springs up nnd faces Billy again. ANIMALS WEEP FROM GRIEF Horses Cry From Thirst, Mule From ' Injured Foot and Other Beasts From Pain or Annoyance, Travelers through tho Syrian desert have seen horses weep from thirst. A mule has been seen to cry from the pain of an Injured foot, and camels, it is said, shed tears in streams. A cow sold by Its mistress, who had tended it from calfhood, wept pitiful ly, says Harper's .Weekly. A young soko ape used to cry with vexation if Livingstone didn't nurse it In his arms when it asked him to. Wounded apes have died crying, nnd apes have wept over the young ones slain by hunters. A chimpanzee trlned to carry water jugs broke one and cried, which proved sorrow, though It wouldn't mend the jug. Rats, discovering their young drowned, have been moved to tears of grief. A giraffe which a huntsman's rifle had Injured, began to cry when approached. Sea lions often wep over the loss of their young. Gordon Cumming observed tears trick ling down the face of n dying ele phant. And even an orangoutang when deprived of Its mango was so vexed that It took to weeping. There Is little doubt, therefore, that animals do cry from grief or weep from pain or annoyance. TWO AMUSING PARLOR GAMES Pastimes Which Have Been Carried Out With Success and Are Some times Uproariously . Funny, Two parlor amusements which have been carried out with great success are as follows: Send a person out of the room, decldo upon an object or some simple performance, recall the person and have a member of the par ty place his fingers lightly upon a per son's shoulder while he and all the oth ers think Intently of tho object or act decided up6n, says Home Herald. The results sometimes are almost uncan ny. A lady went straight and drew a scarfpln from n man's necktie, just as he willed, found a key hidden In a lady's slipper, and so on. The other "irick" is to draw upon a sheet of paper a square, with diag onal lines between the corners, the only opportunity ot the artist to watch his own progress being a mirror held up before his hands by a second per son. A newspaper is made to screen the sheet and the hand which Is doing tho drawing. Tho result3 are some times uproariously funny. , The Robin Joined In the Hymn. A clerical correspondent of the) Scotsman supplies an instance of the boldness of the robin. Hi; writes: "On a recent Sunday morning 1 con ducted service In an asylum. On my way to the Institution I wondeied whether my fluffy, fearless chorister of last winter would attend. I hud missed him hitherto, and feared some mischance hud befallen. To my de light, there he was on the upper bi r of the window ensh just a little down ironi the tcp; and as wo began to sing, down ho darted to the floor in front of the reading dci;k aid poured forth hU silver treble with thn.hlilti'r Joy. On the giving out of the tt xt he returned to his perch, and n maini-d silent till the parting Pani phrase brought him buck once more to render with full hi ni t his gladsonio song." After the Conce. t. She It must bo fine to sing on this g!eu club. lie It ought to bo line or injuria, lament. Titer THEIR IDEAS. VI III First Woman A smart woman enn fool a man all his life. Second Woman And a smart man ran only fool a woman until she finds It out. Try Ths, This Summer. Tho very next tlino you're hot, tired or thirsty, step up to a soda fountain and get a glass of Coca-Cola. It will cool you off, relieve your bodily and mental fatigue and quench your thirst delightfully. At soda fountains or carbonated In bottles Be everywhere. Delicious, refreshing and wholesome. Send to the Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga., for their free booklet "Tho Truth About Coca-Cola." Tells what Coca Cola is and why It Is so delicious, re freshing and thlrst-quenchlng. And send 2c stamp for tho Coca Cola Base ball Record Book for 1910 contains tho famous poem "Casey At The Bat," records, schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball informa tion complied by authorities. Another Tradition Exploded. Two Knglishmen were resting at tho "Red Horse Inn" at Stratford on Avou. Ono ot them discovered a print picturing a low tumbling build ing underneath which was printed: "The Flouse in Which Shakespeare Was Born." Turning to his friend In mild surprise he pointed to the print. His friend exhibited oqual surprise, and called a waiter who assured them of the accuracy of the Inscription. "'Pon my word," said the observ ing Englishman, shaking his head dubiously, "I thought he was born In a manger!" Success Magazine. OR. MARTEL'S FEMALE PILLS. Seventeen Years the Standard. Prescribed and recommended for Women's Ailments. A scientifically pre pared remedy of proven worth. Tho result from their use is quick and per manent. For salo at all Drug Stores Included Her. "Why did she get angry at the stranger In town?" "She asked him If he had seen her daughter and he answered that be had seen all the sights of the place." The secret of life is not to do what one likes, but to try to like that which one has to do; and one does like it In time. D. M. Cralk. Mrs. Wlnsiow's Soothing Syrup. gnrehlldrnn t4thtntf. anftmthc gums, rnouceitn imumtluu Altar um. uurea wind eullu. law a butUo. Men are always betting that their sins will not find them out. Woman's Power Over Man 'Woman's most glorious endowment Is the power to awaken and bold the pure and honest love ol a worthy man. When she loses it snd still loves on, no one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suffers from weak ness and derangement ot her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of m man. Her general health suffers and she loses ber good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability aod her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with She asaiafanea of his staff nf .Ma nhvalAlan. ti.a n...;kl t.m thousands of women. He he devised a successful remedy for woman's ail tnents. It is known ss Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive peeifio for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regu lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell It. No htntst dealer will, advise yon to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit. IT MAKES WEAK "WOMEN STRONG, . .A SICK WOMEN WELL, "y ' Dn Hmret't Ptwmat Pullet rtguimte mat ttnagthta Slommclt, Ltnr aaaf Beirete " v. 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