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"Now, Johnny, Mid th Sunday school teacher, "can you tell me on of the most remarkable things Moses didr "Yea, ma'am," replied the blight youth. "He broke all the Com mandments at the same tlmo." Lon don Opinion. 8t Nicholas for 1909 Promises moro of Interest than erer before. Ralph Henry Barbour will continue the popular "Tom, Dick and Harriet" aeries, in "Captain Chub;" W W. Denstow. of "Wlrard of Ox fame, will contribute rhymes and pic tures. Bradley Oilman, a classmate of President Roosevelt, will have a story of adventures In Egypt, entitled "A Bon of the Desert." Charlotte Bruster Jordan will conduct a new feature of great Interest and instruc tion to young girls, "The Cozy Cook ing Club." "I wish I were an ostrich," said Hicks, angrily, as he tried to eat one Of his wife's biscuits, but couldn't. "I wish you were." returned Mrs. Htcks, "I'd get a few feathers for my hat." Boston Transcript. Willis Wood Week of Dee. 6. Kansas City. "POLLY OF THE CIRCUS." As a play, Frederick Thompson's production of Margaret Mayo's play, "Polly of the Circus," proved to have a humor and pathos that appealed and Its publication as a story will but add to its popularity. "Polly" is the star rider of the circus the child of a long line of performers with a love for the work ana excitement in her blood. She Is without education, except as the old circus people havo given her haphazzard instructions. Fata decrees that one night she stumbles as she jumps through the hoops and is injured, lie circus can not wait for accidents, and she is car tied to t'he house, which happens to be a parsonage, whose minister is vnune. handsome and unmarried. Here she is educated and remains until the busy-bodies raise a row, and Polly is toM to co. but stays as the minister's wife. The title role is taken by Miss Edith Taliaferro, a most talented young actress The Century Magazine nas pianneu a verv interest Inn year for 1909. A . . i .1 new novel, "Mr. Opp," by Alice Hegan Rice, author of "Mrs. Wlggs or we Cabbage Tatoh," "Recollections of Grover Cleveland," by some of Ms moat intimate friends. Thompson Se- ton, will continue his famous animal stories. Important musical Interviews with most famous musicians: a group of papers on German cities; interviews with the German Emperor, and a score of the best short Btories, will make the Century of 1909 one of the most popular in its history. The rortn comine December number will con tain an article on the tariff by Andrew Carnegie, which will be or much in tprest in view of Mr. Carnegie's con nectlon with the steel industry, hither mno tilc-Hlv nrnioptorl Interests Murder will out." quoted the Wise Guy. "So will charity," added the Simple Mug. "A man can't give his money away and keep it to himself." Kansas Gity Directory. Oaa of the "ihnw" etora. in the ell. OlOOS GrandC TO INVESTORS. U mount of money in a AW.dMid paylns Jiiplln mine -her r'" '"I twenty totality par oentna r InmtaMnt, write IRVIN JORDAN, guana sum si. asms cm, bo. FEATHERS!; fihln to am. We navy f kinds aad remit I upon arrival. Mo infl markat arlcae for WHO! FE ATIIEB CO- MM U S4.1 ataa la, KX. Pft nilQT- SWEEPING COMPOUND i.U DUO I $2.60 per 100 lbs. runted In rr town.- WJ.BB-HlfclBOliAO libit. CO., ttaneaa City. Mo. VELIE WWT VEHICLES ASK YOUR DEALER OR JOHN DGERE PLOW CO. 6 pic and wtniiM anaia. " - . 'iom Etc Writ forcalwn and lrire. iP."rt WATER STEAM "jfrpuf CO XS1S Waat lh St. ma I 1104 McOae auaet, BILLIARD TADLCO POOL TADLE8 Lowest Prloss) Kasy Payments - You cannot afford to experiment with ootriod good sold by commissloa uwm a The &wtwlok-Ua-CBiasr CetHsaay a. mm Ml aMOBfmt SSI pT-Hs IWssHn H. tm$u a. ItAGinnCEKT F U R S li j.ilwn ai.inseo aaa apna aaraaei chu:ccrt FUR CO.. The essential thing in keeping sweet potatoes is dryness. OnM nlfrhta and frOBtV KrSSS never put a pound of flesh on any animai. n croom the horse and he will nrnrir wu for vou: neelect him and he will prove an indifferent servant. Oo Binw with the new variety of fruit trp trip new breed of stock, the seed of the new variety of grain. Test them out first. r.rnwtne rrnne. on the land in the summer should be followed in the win ter bv the trowing; of crops of beer and pork and mutton in tne Darns. mi mail ! vnnA for the horses. It W.I ... . aw CI i- In onnrt rnndltloil BllU acvya iucui u makes their coat soft and sleek. Give a handful to each horse once a oay. riTviin .iiun An not need as wSrm . UUV BUVft. housing as other stock, they must . . - A. J AMAH. UO Uif aww- head. Keep the sheep stables well Aw? hntn iintmr inni miu uvci- cleaned: An excellent plan in handling sheep is to provide well-protected yaws into which thev may be turned on line days, and have a shed for the stormy, blustery weather. Put th imthrlftv-anDearing ewes by themselves and give a little extra feed. Perhaps they are suffering rrom the greed of the. bosses in the flock and are not getting a run ra .ion. Sweet notatoes arc- packed in ven tllated barrels for shipment Just as ara onnlPR Thev must be packed snugly and the cover pressed on so as to make sure that there will oe no Bhlftlng In the barrel. The need of the establishment of county agricultural high schools Is be ing urged, and the Buccess of the Dunn county (wis.) school is an uius tratlon of what such a school may do tor farming communities. A cheao field shelter for sheep and cattle can be made by erecting a framework of poles supported by posts set in the ground, over ana arouna which a straw stack can be placed, leaving the south Bide open. It is not- enough to know how much each cow Is nroducing. but how much the production has cost To do thlB you must not only weigh and test tne milk, but keep account of the reea and estimate its cost to you. Them In more clean money in win ter dairying than in summer dairying. with lln to nrovlde succulent ieea, and cows freshening in the fall and winter, the highest returns can oe counted on from the herd. No flies to bother in the winter time. Tn fattenine turkeys for Thanks rlvine and the holidays there is noth Ins- better after all than old corn and corn meal boiled with potatoes. Feed three times a day. If skim mllK is to be had mix with the mash. 0 sr Don't let palls of milk stand in the barn while all the cows are being miivorl. Remove it at once and get the separator at work upon It while It Is warm. Cool the cream as soon ae nnRBlhle. Never mix warm cream with that which nas oeen cooiea. r . . . . . .... The use of molasses as a ration for Mttl ts not so new as some would suppose, having been so fed as early as 1811, Germany being pernaps me first country to so use it Farmers in thia eonntrr are coming to understand its value, finding that It Increases the milk flow and keeps cows is good con dition. A farmer who has seen wash water and dish water Impregnated with soap and dirt fed to hogs raises the ques inn aa tn whether such diet is health ful. Such water is the best kind of fertiliser, but we donbt whether It does the hogs any good, slops which contain food scracs and the llauld leavings from the kitchen are ol course different and provide the hogs with food elements which are good, that Is If the slops art sot allowed to vjur asd spoil before feeolsx. It's oats that make the old mare go. It is good for the chickens, too. Put a little ginger Into the horse by way of the curry comb and bruin. Hiya definite aim before you in the desire to Improve your live stock and you will make some headway. Ekes that vary much in slse or color should not be packed together In the same case. Such ill-assorted cases never bring good prices. One farmer who has .had a good mn.nv waste annles and tomatoes this tall has cooked them and fed them to his big flock of chickens and they have thrived on them. Tinn't Veen the mongrel dog about the farm. Get one of good breed, nrefArahiv a collie, and then train him to do something useful is con nection with the farm work. The rustv nail or nan should he banished from the dairy, because u not onlv taints the milk but Increases me danger of germ contamination, rust places being more than apt to naroor large numbers of bscteria. mean out the ditches and furrows through the strawberry beds and cover the beds lightly at first. As the winter advances and the ground freezes harder, put on more covering to keep the plants from winter kill ing. The cold, drafty stable does not mean comfort for the stock, nor does it mean profit for the farmer. Re-: memher that every bit of discomfort1 which you permit your stock to suffer by so much reduces tne amount m your profit. Do not market half-finished poultry. Thorp u no economy in stinting poul try you are fitting for market Push the food Into them and get mem xai as quick as possible. No trouble sell lng such poultry, and they bring the best of prices, too. Cron rotation nays, as many a farm er is proving by actual test. It has hPPn found that two years In clover and three in corn will give as much corn as five years in corn grown con tinuously. Two clover crops as clear gain are worth having. tPhiia nerhaDS the Hereford breed of cattle proves the beBt for growing what is called baby beer, sun an oeer breeds are adaptable to the plan of pushing to early maturity, and as a rule there Is more profit In this method than any other. - Some form of crate is used by many farmers In ringing hogs, but where such contrivance is not at hand the business can be done by slipping the noose of a Btrong rope over the upper jaw of the hog. The hog can thus be held while a second person puts In the ring. Prof. Hansen of South Da kota has ' brought back from Siberia a yellow flowered al falfa plant which he thinks will be specially adapted to growth In our northern latitudes. His efforts to de velop such a plant will be followed with much interest Early stages of a cold In chickens can often be cured by two applications of a mixture of one part spirits o! turpentine and three parts sweet oil. Anoint the face and eyes with the preparation and pour Ave or bIx drops down the fowl's tnroat 11 mere wheezing or rattling there. A good-sized turnip cut in half and nailed to a board will furnish enter tainment and food for a flock of hens for half a day. Another good way to keep the hens busy in cold weather is to fasten a beet or carrot or other h.m tha npiiinr of the hen house 1 isvri iiviu m . by a strirg, having it Just high enough so that the hens will nave to Jump for it Remember that temperature has everything to do with the churning nualitv of butter. In summer you must bring it dowa to 60 degrees and in winter you must bring it up to that temperature If you would have the butter come readily, ana rememoei this that though, your cream may be of the right temperature you may have , difficulty It the churn is too cold. With the Idle days lighten np en the horses' diet During -the months of hard work the horse has had feed rich In nitrogen (the base of protein) asd has needed it, for he was using It tp in tha amission and contraction of muscles: but when idle, on account of stormy weather or leisure, ana tea nis working ration, too much nitrogen has accumulated In the muscles. Tbererore a hard-working horse that has been well fed should, on being given a holt day for several jdays, hart his ration changed. Com is a gooa suosuiau . n.ta In arirh a rlja. If clover k kas beented, timothy fcgy ahooU h substituted. V m.ta wAman mm t.fia atrlr women should not fall to try Ijydlav is i lmtnanra yccuuuia Oimnonnd aa the) did Mrs. A. Gregory, of 2355 Lawrence St, Denver, CoL, writes to Jlra. "I was practically an invalid for she IearSi on account oi icmauo wvuuiw underwent an operation by the ,j.A.a mAwKntk hnfc In a few months I was worse than before. A friend aa- vfajed Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it restored me to perfect health, such as I hare not enjoyed In many years. Any woman suffering; as A u w-, -m --- , I- uiimIiii anrmld notfa.Il to nse Lydla E. Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink. hams vegetable uompouna, maas standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousandsof term havp. hpon troubled With. displacements, inflammation,ulcera- uon noroia tumors, utcbuuuiucio, A.Hnfi noma rnrirnrnp. mac ueaxa fog-down feeling, flatulency, indigea- non,ulZZmeBa orucr vuuo juud uauuu. WhT dont you try it? Mm tMnlrham InvitM All tick women to write ber for advice. Rhe has srtudea tnonsanas w health. Address, Lynn, Mass. CD! For famoa and delleions candle and cnocolatea. write to the maker lor cat alog, wholesale or retail. r.iVm Caafaetiaaarr 212 Slate Street, CUcaia, 10. W. N. Kansas City, Ne. 49, 1908. LET P. A ST AND WEST 1 1 mi A : U U l ne average nnonaj a " - - - r ' tr. ik. mmm. f iha WeM and does not stop to realize Ss enormous tctuiLoet wbat already hu been accompliibed and what is yet to be done." PauI Morton. - . a a . a a at The "West" I speak for, i the great nramaare city ot OKJKx IU.I mamss. Ceatnl West to begin rww to give some Central w en w ncva rurw w a mww vmy" ...., - .L Uf- mLX im mmtitmi mmimiL a. at nmetateheOI orjpoTuminessomany;ioui";fwt " . intowhich the npidly swelling surplus populstioa must Bow will wsnt to flow. I want a aa.a a f al. . -a, a.aaa.kla. tKAaWa'Ma fl to tend TUU pvticuiaf nuexmaoon cornxnung im m pausm M&vmmm ol aU- a mt, 1 B W S3 Ul all ocaUm taeurai Dmom nopenj, it ru An aching back is instantly relieved' by an application of Sloan's Liniment This liniment takes the placeof massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscu lar tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief. loan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Prias 2S&, We, and $1j0CL Dr. Earl 3. SIou. Boston, MassC, U S. A. JUST DOUBLE 320 ACRES INSTEAD OF 160 ACRES A hatha kxljceatenl to ajttWmeat f be wheat riianf Lade ol Weafera Canada, it r.-j;.1 Cxwerneiwl bat increeasd ike area that ait be ukea by a homwaiiilnr to 320 acre. -1 60 ire and 160 to be purchaMd at $3.00 per acta. Ibeee toadi L iU. whttm auud ianaint mm w HI gl . -- -m U aUo earned oa with aaqualiaed aucceav. A railway will horUy be bum to nuoaoa vj, b tog the worU't auriatt a thowaad auloi aaarel IheM wkeat-Bekk whew echook and churcbot ar coaveaieat, climate eaceUenl, nd way dote to all jcttkaentt, and local avtrtea gooa. "It would take time to aeelmllate the revela tion, that a vleit to the innt empire lytnc to the North of ue unfolded t evtry turn. Ctmtspomkitct of NtHontl Miter, who HsUli Wtskm UniU tn Autt, IK. t L. .... 1m ia raarluav) nam raOww mai land companies at low price, and oa eaty tonaa Tor pamphlets, maps and Information as to low railway rata, apply to Superintendent of Immlcration, Ottawa, Canada, or the authorited Canadian government Af enU j.s.amon. 10.18 V. Hum Sera, City. COMBINATION A $3 Razor ABair Strop AS11?Hone A25cDmiin2 for Strop All for $2 aMa.aa.HB laaea M twr ml om ltai--wii ausmnA- wiixum tLuorr aa ml ' SI5 ELECTROTYPES In irn-atTrtfrtT tor aa a in mwm pnima n wmTBnb ikaararaa taw. CUf, SHMar GET TOGETHER. -ZAm tlia aurav at t all. gives only PLCific Northtoest, ol which the awreiousiy 1 ass every amonww, wwt. - thought hither, where elbow room so wids and rscwo a a m i write to me n&W. 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