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The Helena independent. [volume] (Helena, Mont.) 1875-1943, November 19, 1893, Morning, Image 7

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OCHILbREN'S COLUMN.
Whau's "o4 d Maerming."
benOigh, Jus A Mabel was being pe
bW,,, she to d her nur that sbe beard a
b"Scratch, scrathl" at her door. The
said she did not hear it at all. Bau
bel said, "Hutsh Now Ile.i" Both
pt very still and plainly bestI the soatu
uic Nurse opemed the deoo, and thee
as a little kitten, who looked up, saying,
Mewl" and then walked in, lifting her
Paws high at mbh step.
"Why," said the nume1 "that is the kit.
jta that came to the kitehen door today,
Tke Gook thought her sosgentle and pretty
f w
that she gave her some milk and let het
tay. She has come up to see you. Maybe
bhe was some little girl's pet."
"Will you keep her for me till tomor.
pow?" Mabel asked as the little kitten
tme purring about her feet.
"Yes," said the nurse.
Next morning, when the nurse came to
dress Mabel, the 1:11!. c.oce with her and
jumped up on Mabel's lap, saying, "Mew,
mnewl"
"What does she mean?" Mabel asked.
"She means 'Good morning, Mabel, I'd
like my breakfast,' "said the nurse, smiling.
But just then the kitten looked at Mabel's
Canary, "Dick," and said, "Mew, mew,
stewl" very fast.
Then Mabel laughed and said:
"I think you are a polite little cat to
dome and wish me good morning, and you
whall have some breakfast. You can't have
foy canary, Pussy, but I'll give you a big
wl of bread and milk."
And the kitten had the bread and milk
as soon as Mabel finished her own break
fast. ' .
Perhaps the kitten did not mean that she
wanted to eat the canary, for before long
the kitten and Dick-the canary-became
good friends.-St. Nicholas.
The Use of Chopsticks.
We are very apt to think that the use of
bhopsticks is a hcethen custom and should
be left to the Chinese. But if we only
knew it the despised little sticks are of
great service in everyday work and play,
And the boys and girls cannot do better
than learn to handle them.
The first thing in the use of chopsticks is
to hold one of them very firmly in the right
hand, just as an awkward boy holds his
pen, and to get the trick of holding it so it
will not slip. The other stick is held in the
left hand and is placed in the fingers as if
it were a pen held properly, so it will slide
and move with the motions of the fingers.
A little practice with two pointed sticks
will soon give the necessary experience, so
that any boy or girl can use the chopsticks
aicely.
Now, when you have learned the use of
the sticks, 'you will, soon find how seryl.cp
able the knowledge will be to you. Sup
pose you want to pick up something which
is very hot or sticky or dirty, and do not
want it to come in contact with your fin
gers. Why, you can quickly make a pair
of chopsticks and get what you want with
out any trouble. Or if anything falls into
a small crack you can get it easily with
the sticks. And by and by, when you go
to Japan, you will be able to eat at the Jap.
anese tables without any trouble and pick
up the rice as if you were a Japanese.-New
York Ledger.
Mad Cakes.
[A Little Girl's Recipe.]
I don't see why the big folks all
Need to go to cooking school,
For it's easy enough to make a cake
If you make it by this rule:
First, you must have an apron
That you're not afraid to hurt,
For in this recipe we use
For flour sifted dirt.
Then dig with an'iron spoon
A hole in the cool, dark ground
And put in dirt and water,
Stirring it round and round,
And then a handful of pebbles
You'd best put into the dough.
What are these for? In this recipe
Pebbles are raisins, you know.
And when you get it all thick enough
You make it into a cake;
Then put it on a nice clean board
And set in the sun to bake.
Dear mel I'd most forgot to say
You must sprinkle with sugar (or sand)
And when they're done no better cakes
Will be found in Babyland.
That's all? You see, to learn to cook
You don't need to make a fus,
Thoagh mamma says, when she comes to
the door,
0Why, Bessie, childi what a muse!"
-ZEthlel E. Sleeper in Good Housekeeping.
FPuszler.
"Say, dad, how is it that my hair has
grown longer than yours, when yours has
grown longer than mine?"--Truth.
Frogs are mainly juibe. If they try to
make more than a short journey away from
moisture, in a drought, they will perish for
want of water, and then their IHdieN will
dry away. The frog's Iones aresosoft thatt
they scarcely leave any skeletou,--Wash
ington Post.
G naranteeo Cers
We entitorise our ndvertised druglsts to
sell Dr. Kang's Ntw D1sovery for Con
sumption, congha and coldr, upon this aun
ditlon. If you are t Ittered with a congh,
eold or any lung. throat or cbent troab e.
and will use this ,emedy as dlreooed, air
ing 1t a fair trial, and exp* Joese no bene
nt, you may return the bottle and heav
your money refunded. We colld not make !
this ofer did we not know that D . Ktnu's
N1ew Disrovery oeuld be relied on. It note
disappolnte. Trial bottlet free at Peruken.
D)Aeheal Drolc Co.'s s tore la sis, 50
eeate and 1.
.2i, 24_ iand ii 22.2
Main Ltj Sonuth MPa
SNOVEMBER + BARGAINSG.+_1 1'
t ,. Special Bargains. Ladies' Underwear. Hosiery Hosiery.
' \Facy Obitiotr fo Mesa' sirt........ ioe Extra heavy Balbriggan Jersey Ribbed seamleas, 25c. quality, bor ...........
2O, TRIO WEEK o LY. 2P-PA VLUan 'ir- - _ _. b4 .i.
SCharot, btter quality.......... 1 Underwear, fleece-lined, n natural grey
and white, all sizes this week only.... 50c Ladies' I ast Blac Balaibriggan Hloss, out
...O.er.C iot., bets qanltty............ 1_E.- size, ioc. quality, for ............ . .
New Patrs Cro ................ 10 Ladies' Natural Grey Union Suits, heav r*gla
-bt...~-- Balbriggan, good value 4t $1.50, th a Ladies' I Fast Black Wool HI-lose, regular Nw Patterns Crtonne, 2 eek. ........
Srar ronn, btte......... o yeek .................. ......... $oo oc. quality, for .......... .
'zlrk Wide Okto ttuls, best... .......... 160
, L ali e naU rH eo r
S o be............. Ladies' Natural Grey and Fast lack Ladies' Fast Black Fleece Lined Hose,
All Wool Extra Heavy Skirt Flannels, Worstea Union Suits, non-shrinkable, 65c. quality, for .. .... ............o- 5
regular 85, . goods, redeo l to......... 60e $3.50 value, for. ................... $2. 0
_ _ o l Ladies' Heavy Cashmere Hose, fast
lepal Velvetnue, all shades, reduced ----- 4-- -
Stres 71.. to.................... .... Ladies' Fast Black All Wool Jersey Un- blak, ts week .
f l Turkey Red Table Linesa................ 2eiar, gon. . . ... . . t bIoO s' 4 ev. q ibted B icycle Hose, fleece
dr wra on.....n. . ......... sI e...........
Havy Feather Tioking ............... 1e Ladies' Fast Black Equestrian Pants, t x
L iEafFinest Quality Bookfold bunting, in all tra heavy in two qualities, at. .I1.75 and $2.25 Children's lueavy Ribbed Seamless Cot
uhadoe, equal in texture to all wool ton UIose, fast black, for............ .....
albatross, only ........................ i0o 10
Lladies' Extra Fine Imported Black Cash
New D, LightS a ark. Ot.......n......g.nl............. 1o d s d c o0 oJerese mee Hose........................
Extra File OtkhLg .l.sael........... ... 12 Ladies' Best Quality Imported Black
Heavy All Wool Storm Serce, in navy blue, dark green, slate bigok, cardinal Edredon Outing Flannel in new seots.. 15o We have just received a large line of Bed Cashmere HIlose................. 750c
and brown, a stunner at $.00. Our speolal pride for pattern............... $8.76 Comforters, in neat patterns, which we offer at __
TBESE ARE THE BEST OUTINGS IN $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50o.r Toy e
6l-inob Elsmere Sackog, all wool, in navy bloe , ardinal, brows, dark green, THE MARKET.
light grey, steel grey, and other leading shades, worth 1256 ter yard. oU r lt U nhU u
Our s.ecial price .................................... .............. . .a s s .800
nt. d .. ...... "'"""""......... . arns. C enille Portieres This department is daily receiving nw
86-ich Drees lannels, in all shades, goods that sold last season at 75. peti g I I 5-n. . goods and is now ieplet with the wlatt no
yard. We make a special leader this week at per pattern................ $2.75 W hvre dgoods and nois now C replete with the latest novel
We have just reeelved our new stock of Rubber Toys, Wooden "', Toys,
Half Wool Henrietta in sixteen leadig shade, wa a reat seller at 40 per Kiting Yarns, onsisting of all olors of r. goods to less tan manufacturters cot. Tos, Rubbr Toys, Woodn Toys,
yard, but as we bopught a large lot at a reduaced price, we ofer a dress pat- man Knitting Yarn, Spanisp Knitting Yart, Our $6.o00 Portieres for $4.00 per pair. Banks, IP'ianos, I'ool .Chests, Blocks, Children's
tern for this week only t.... ...i7 Germanown ar, Columbia Zsphyrs, Faity Our 7.50 Portieres for 5.oo per pair. Dishes, Morns, mlagic Lanterns, Mechanica and
S Zephyrs, Shetland Flosse Angora Wool, ice Our 9.oo00 Portieres for 6.oo per pair. Steanm Toys, S.eds, Wagons, Carts, Drums, etc.
27ptter of the New and Popular olmbln Dress Goods, whlh are Wool Et. Mal ors will receive prompt attention,
known as the leading goods for hard times, go this week for any I attq in The Largest and Most CoQp let QLine in tha nseI a Qcl is ill receive prompt attention,
the assortment at........ .... ................... ................. $1.00 cit boto p rie. and full sizes. cary he only wholesale line in the city.
te ortment at ................................................ 00 city at bottom prles
GENZBERGER, BARNETT & CO. E,2 4ANA , ,IT.
•- • C-'T_- . -, _. . . ... • n, n [] u i, lm ;il. ! I I I
Bald Heads!
oWhat I the oltdltion b n yo tLe or your
halr dryx habh. brlttlo oem Doestiplit
ends? *su it nlifeless appe__ranee? Does Ii
fall out wlhe combed or brushed? Is it full
ofdsndruff ?.Doos your scale itch? s it dry
Orinahseated oondltlon If these are some
otf our symp.toms be ware id tisme or You
will become baid.
Skookum Root Hair Grower
is what you need. Its
prpductlon Is not an pc
7 cldoentt, he result
Knowledge of the dns.
ease of the hair ad
oioled to the discovery
of how to treat them..
"Skookum" contains
npeither mineal enoroiis.
It isnota Dye nut ads
Ughtfully cooling and
refrehing Tonic. By
etlmulatinathe folllles.
At topsaltno g hateeure,
dandr and grows Iht
S l¶,ees the sealp
cean, icth .and fre
!rain tatbg errs.
destroys t s i [ra 6.
I werobatr In a" _iCl .roy tha toir.
i IfI your drugist can
I y Iugs not supply you send dl
roeat o us, and we wiln
lforwrd, prepid.on re.
sl t, o prie. Grower,
S t r1 bottle i e for
_=f- laoca aa0o0no . Pst la
mE SKOOKUM RooT HAIR GROWER CO.,
57 South Filth Ave., New York, N. Y.
0dSES A TORPID
CURES I
MALARIA ,
MAKES AN
.--.APPETITE.
Lern tse. L Power sleek. le'gBes ana
HOVEY & BICKEL
Civil and
Mining
ENGINEERS
ROOMS 24, 25,
VerOlOt st Nstioasi
umk burlding, ele. 1.
Moatenu
E ate goilg to make
a great: difference
in the price of our Cloaks and
Wraps of all kinds. We have
a good line of sizes, and the
newest Fall and Winter styles.'
These garments are fresh, new
goods, bought this season and
are the correct shapes. They
are td be offered at 30 per
cent. below former prices for
cash, during this week. The
prices will be so much lower
than offered by other houses,
and the assortment to select
from so much better that all
parties who are interested or
intend buying a Wrap would
do well to call and examine
them. 'We can give you any
size, from bust 32 to 44, plain
and fur trimmed, with or
without capes, in black, navy
blue, browns, tans and other
colors. Best material and
workmanship. Also a line of
Misses' and Children's Wraps
and Ulsters at same reduction,
and an odd lot of assorted gar
ments below the cost of the
material used in them, to say
nothing of the making.. All
marked down sales are genu
ine at this house, and bargains
., may be expected.
Respectfully.
RALEIGIH &CL1IRKE
LOOKING FOR
TEMPERATURE
of a higher nature than that prevalent in
Minnesota and the Dakotas during the
-- winter months is not an uncommon ocou.,j
pation. We can tell you where to find It -.-
and can start you on your Journey. We
would suggest to you the following, viz: -
THE SOUTHERN STATES, HOT SPRINGS, ARK., OLD
MEXICO OR CALIFORNIA. ,
IT'S VERY EASY
when you go the right way, which is, the
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RY. "ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPING CARS relieve
all anxiety in regard to change of cars. '
ELEGANT PULLMAN SLEEPERS AND DINING
CARS also add comforts to a long Journey. ,
SOLID FREE._
I HE TRAIN DoTo CHAIR oaRSLL o
T-o KANSAS CITY CARS O NouEANISI'
"ST LOUIS ST.LOUIS ST. JOSEPH To - TICKET
TIME ATCHISON CHICAGO AGENT
AND PEORIA - 20 LEAVENWORTH - -
S HOURS OMAHA UNION DEPOTS 0. M. PRATT,
- SPECIAL" NI CO. BLU'FFS A IO
Is A - ROUTE. LINCOLN AND ST. LOUIS MINN S 4 m
-- TOPEKA, ETC. MIN.
CARL (.AIL, 're. R, IItUtiLLIiER, Via Pres. sadTrea..
M. UNZZICEU i, General Mmlager and Neorelary.
M. UNIZIOIEI, Weslers tp ReuIWti,.
CHICAGO IRON WORK
BUILDERS OF GENERAL
Mining and Milling Machiney {
Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crusbing Silver Millm,
Concentr .ting, Leachuiug. Chlorinating, Hoesting and
Plants of any capacity. Tramwuys. Corlias Eaginur,
Engines, Boiler.:, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Wa
V5Whols and Axles, and all kinds of Mine Supplies
eastern manutacturers and agents for J. a Brf '
quartz Mill and Hendy's improved Triumph Conoa. a
WESTERN OFFICE--No. 4 Lower Main Street, HIl
GENERAL OFFICE AND WORKS-Olybour Av uIE
low Street, Chicago, Illinois.
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