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their proper transportation and
sale. " s
But, while as outlined above
the upas tree of adulteration has
shaded more or less all the prod
ucts which enter into our foods
and drinks it must not be consid-
- ered for a moment that these
general conditions persist at the
Thanks -to jure food laws and
the vigilance of those to wKom
their enforcement has been con
fided' most of the articles of food
which are now offered for con
sumption are reasonably free
- xThe next article will tell how
-spices, sirup and oils are adulterated.
AFTER SUPPER TALKS
With Cynthia Grey.
Why Get Angry?
Stop a' moment and give
thought to the evil effect of giv
ing up to temper. , -j
Something goes wrong; .you
can't have what you want, or do
just as you would like. Your
brothers and sisters ' are not al
ways careful of your feeljngs ; you
don't want to leave your book to
do an errand for your mother.
You think it is Robert or Jennie's
turn; and you get "mad" and say
mean, hateful things to your
mother. You don't feel at all
comfortable and you make every
body else uncomfortable ; . and
the worst of it is that next time it
will be, easier to lose cpntroj of;
your temper; every -time you get!
angry you increase a bad, a very
The wise man in our bible says:
"He that hath no rule over hisj
spirit is like a city that is broken
dowmand without walls."
Remember that there is danger, '
in giving way to anger. Probably
few of the crimes that land men;
behind prison bars have been
thought out and planned before
hand. An unreasoning flash of.
tjemper has prompted many, and
brought upon the sinning one, not
only the punishment of the law,
but a lifetime remorse.
I knew the mother of eight chiN
dren, who, when a child old
enough'to reason showed signs
of temper, used to tell the culprit
to fillhis or her mouth with water
and hold it whiie counting ten.
The plan worked well in that fam
ily in teaching the habit of self
DID HIM NO GOOD
"They tdl me your son is writ
ing for a living now."
"Yes, but he doesn't get it UJ
return all his manuscript
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