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SAT! TODAY .JIM' ?.?:.. 1910
SILK AND FLANNEL DIFFERENT METHODS NECES? SARY IN THE LAUNDRY. Tempersture cf Water la the One Thing Necessary to riememter When Cleaning Flannels? Proper Process with Silks. fflctilt to ? than Baaaels in cleaning flan? ? laundry work with hot water tin- rinsing sad bluing * must !?? or all three ? coid. for the shrinking of the material Is the garments r. The 1 d be With silks U from that used for ' ouUl be used and that ? -<nd bluing sonld all Make a IA, do not rub Beep on tli?> silk unless to G? ? the ? of this will be found when doing the ironing a?? rearer wrinkles will hare to Bieats ? they will get air and ?11 ^ not In .ts arell as Wl< - with ? modem' ?in la as thaa ? rilks. wash, china, and ilk ululi Iron ? rid pink silks ui?: loar M and a dei ? noted lu th. aradle : will fada to a clear white and remain so as long ;?s ; lingerie 'Kins In Ot ? ' them at ? tini?? In tepid ester and them thereoa until ?'.? has the name enVrt as ironing without the ?Ira may als .1 to great ad vu: !,<>il White silk si ??. ne? that hn\ ing and are too felloe to !>.? attrae ti-, dyes with : 1>< has BW ? ill take a ti: of tan an?! that which is only a .: cn or hahy Mut '..irk had?.? is still easi?'r ? In usi ut rare? fili t?i try a sample of th.? maPTial fir? : ade s been ol sad in dy? ing to have all parts of the STtlcleS thor? ough^ ! att? ntion being and all ;.arts w ! When the jh? ? teted the coloring : ill he in th. is and the water will be almost cl? ?G. only way to laumler white silks and to Seep ti.? in white in do It one's uni complete the pro? cess as rapidly as possible. Portola Cake. a? of brown or granu? lated sUafjUI with half ? CUP o? |;,r?i and ont? b beaten well, oa mon. ? sour milk mlx.d with spoonful of l.aklne: soda or une cup of Fweet milk and tu., ?Ader, one cup ol raisins and tl f1oiir; mix thoroughly and bake in a u ate oven. GingerBread?Chocolate. H^ ijeK? familiar m the average cake r is a deJJcloui ublna tion of gingerbread and rhs. This Is old-fashioned ginger! made In layers with a sott ch<, fudge fiHin? | Ihleh, smooth chocolate Icing on top. The nation of chocolate and | will b?.? found by those who have ).?? to ??????? acquainted with IL An Ironing Board Hint. If you do not want your Ironing board to fall down wh?-n the door be hind which It r.uoses i? suddenly <ip?n?d. trv keeping it In place with a noose Fasten a screw hook to the woodwork at back of door, and to It tie s double cord long enough to slip sround Ironing hoard and fasten the other end to the hook. HAWKS DESTROY MANY QUAIL Covey of Little Birds Will Not Last Long Where Rapacious Fowls Are Around. I hare t ,1 artici?* the Baal] and quail hunters and they hare attrt ? to the loes of quail du? to hawks, says a : in Indiana Farmer. Ihixlng BB ?hen the ground Is cov? ered with snow tl principal diet is ??viail While driving along a ? ritly ? not a hawk In hot pursuit of a quail, but th?? quali ????? lato las sedge and as cap? d Two days later I passed the Not Welcom" on Any Farm. way and again BBW the hawk waiting for It- : killed it, and Balaatloa found that it had been feeding on quail. T'pon another occasion I shot a hawk and Inrestlgatloi ! that it had just satea four qualL This ? tO show that jualls ? ot laud long wl are hawks around. I think then? is no hawk^ t, that I small birds, es. think the ?parrovr hawk. BS the name prln clpally on spa it this Is not the ease. Its ? taksa from the 4 the t'ird, which Is the smallest hawk ?houl \* I have ? ?een It s f any troy immense .? and las hawk fami! not c< Therefore I am la fa state bounty on hg? SEED POTATO TRUE TO TYPE Pearl Variety Is Rather Vigorous, Heavy Yielder?Type Is Some? what Flattened Oval. ?ht ? \.;nt Growers of , ? Th?? .mi the ? the potato In I was d little in 1: lie unk: in which ? tain ptnal nlth '.? all, many? ? should :al and Of the partie "thing Itther itance bai k to mall yi? Ul what I Inent The ? w as to M stein SUB Cd A ? a flu.? g po? tato '. ared; but such a flush stetti ot no . th?? \igor and the natural conditi ar be exceptioiuilh . Similari? blows tur BSed thnl have any tei. to be long or even oval. BOI Peachblows sre t\pi<ally round K.: rais or Ohhis with a tendency to pointed or n<>> .-nds have lost their power to produce typical shapes or large yields. With the possible exception of the stem end of Rurale, a tendency to points on either end of the tubers of any variety should bar their use as eeed. Variation?? from type show most in UatOOB, less in small inhere. Hence, if small *? ? used. Bitten greater can led to eecuro t\pe In order to get high vi? A Cure for Nerves. girl will find that an hour's sewing is a wonderful soother. ? all her little Irritations, n? . - and generally beeosaa her normal self again when ske has finished a long seam. <>i : neurotic and s George Sand. w : thing powers of irk, and who tries this simp!?- Is for l w ill do 1rs her tes? timony.? lion,? Progress. A disco. .its in an art: an art esodasse s eosafort; a comfort made cheaply le adds family on family to th? population? and a family is a new creatlOS of thinking, reasoning Inventing, and discovering beings. Thus. of arriving at the end. we ar?? at th?? beginning of the series, and ready to ?tart with re? cruited Bassi era oa tka grent and beneficent career of useful knowledge ?Edward EfBBStt Honor Pupils ?+????????????+*+*???????? MOORE ?*< IHMH, Through its pr ? || r. II. <"?. ?. Dr. the following pupils mi eadlag tun? ? 1 Q ladra V. Ith. ? GRADE First H< : Cook??. idler. Will; In./. on, Will Smith. I GR \i>; Roth son. ' . \ : GR \ln: ard. I ? ? Ri ? ' Ltllle pemil, rton M "' ? H row ?. \ ? cal ? I . ; > . . ' Brow n. Edgar 11 Dawsoi M.vr I I ? ? GR Helen Brow s, Joseph ? .?. Bdmo ? ?. \ ' inste G. ?\? - . Rai '. '."illiaiii 9, Klmbrongh, V* Em? lr?-n.? Lee L. Wllkil t ? lonor ? nth Tuppoun ? rs Promoted Edward thony Joe Brosrn, Bra Boll Cook?? Harry fUchftttttt, Jan.??-; Hen son. Frank Leerla, In? Vnnl?? : Alice lvrtis. Lena Rnndnll, Spain. l'atri.? Taylor. Louloa Tliom -. ? V OR \Hi:. ? ionor * Mary Booker, ram h. Heu intleroy, Charl?-s lari Mann. Lll Nerrell, Maud?? Bandolpk ri.? S.Ott Thornton. RADE First Honor?Hal? li?? Pielda, Willie Harris. Otli. Died Drucilltt Bacon. Paulin?? Brndlej, latnwoo? ? ileman, <;? I, Louise Goode. Hamilton ? hy, Lunetta Johnson, Fleming John? son W?-lford Jon? tie Moor??. Mosby, Lucili?? Bea Owens, Sarah Pryor. Walker, Lucy dy. o. 1?First Honor ;tur 9. Randolph, Powell D. Walhoraott. ? -Molli.? Alston. Blunt. Richard Brown, BW BrowBi Rachel C. Brown.' Fran? ?s C Chcatham,. . Sarah C William N. Harris, Thomas Johnson. -1 Mosley. Kula Oatney, Annls A. Parrish. Viola B. Patterson, Margaret E. Polndex ter. Myrtle E. Priddy, Lottie M. Rich? ardson, Florence E. Staves, Mary E. Taylor. Sadie B. Taylor. Dannetta Warren, Reginald Whitley. 3 A GRADE. No. 2?First Honor ?Daisy Brown, Willie Carter, Pau? lin.? Freeman. Others Promoted?Floyd Booker. John Byrd, Howard Ellis, David Hill. Theresa Howard, Joseph Johnson, Jacob Logan. Ella Lyr.? h. Harry Lrswood Rlch on, Doaglaa Baaltk. CI . Thon il Thor: iCOlaS Trice. Florer ? W.u.??.?. Katie ? Wall? Wilson, Wo ? GB \??? .ink?. Brows ". Bisad I.. Hat? ? ?;?:?? 1 1 ? F. Hill. Maynard ?. Hop ter .?.?. : (\ Johnson, Clalhorne ' alni Mann. Ruth ? Medula, McKJnlej m laor, Sem oel V. Ruth B. Randolph, Hannah i. w h v. Wtjaaton, PI Jef? IwIb )',.. M. Lillian ?. War.l. ? \ ORAD! Archer, W llhea Hicks. Sarah Jokaaofl h? rhei t Toi- r, ? W? Ils. \nder ? ris. .Tan ? r. Ed? Finora irtha ? \ ' . man. In : ion Bniith. ! ??son. Warri? k Edith \Vll I l B OB IDE Flret Hoi ? muel ind W.11II I Lillian I ? Holm? (Correli, Irvln Turn? er. ? PeWtoi I | l A GRADI H??? : ? ! .Inai: M U I? ?W ? ^? ?? "? ? ?. C. tin. ! ? 1 ? QRADE ? ? 'aniel Boulding, ki?/j.? Mb \ Mart! Mari?? ? Bouldlni . Al lian Mo.p-. [rem m??\i:?.i -< ll< ? il. Through its pi Mr. II. (I. lupt. J. A. nandler, the fol Honor, proti;. r tjie 8? . June ! 4 i ?dille - Johni Otheri Proi ? \n??.-r son. I k. Elise Brown, Sam? \i?l Booker, C. rt.ru(J.? Burton. Ar? thur Cooper. Ruth Davis, Junius .port, a ana Ida .????? son. Arthur J? .lohn? Renn Knight, Marian Llj Ifayo, John V. ??nia Minor. Rosa Redd, Mary Tucker, R?ttle Williams. William Woolfolk. 4 A GRADE First Honur IL-ndley, Ele er. Others Promoted?Frances Allen, Kiddle Bnrlow, Leota BUI, Johnaon. uni. ? Logan, Gertrude :t PattereoB Smith. James Thornton. 1 ebecca ' irton. .!? ('?ray, Marie J ry Mallory, Viola I'arrish. Ralph Roland, Percy Smith, !i Warner, Albert Ammons, .rris. 3 ? GRADE First Honor?San ?. night. Willie Richardson. Others Promoted??Rob? Malici K.'iiney. Elise Boyd, Inn Burton, Leon Prld dy. Joseph Eldrblge, Rebecca Shel ton, Richard Fl? -mining, Blanche Sh. ridali. Celestine Franklin, Lelia Smith. Henry Harris. Willie Wash? ington Mary Hill. Loia West, Hor? tense Hill. Emma Williams. Clarenc?? Johnson. Daisy Winston. Leila Jones, Rohert Smith. 3 A GRADE?First Honor?Leila E. Brown. Marie E. Johnson, Ida B. ?y. E. Louise Jones. Llllie B. Clark. Irma L. Matthews. Emma C. Clalborn, Nathaniel Nichols. William ?. Willis. Others Promoted?Martha E. Bur rell, Lin wood N. Mason. Robert R. Brows. Alease L. Neal. Inez Coutts, Thomas son Fldrid. Ford. Edward ! ? I,. William J. rah v. Will ? ??? w. \ betfe K.nny. attisa E Williams dolpfa ? GRADE, No. 1 ? la Collii H,i ' ?? Llllle B Win. ? Airy Lei VToodson, ? ordan, le?n, \m BBoas, Moiling. Burnetl Book? er, J Mary Dlxon, ' Mino? Hill. lulls Hoi mea, Edward Hoi ; Johns. ? IDE No ? Brown, Ruhr Brown, Fl< (?ryn ? Mfred Lee, Elisabeth Ilitch? II, Virgil Mii.'s?. Perry Oliver ? ephlne < '?>. Helen Hall, V Tow I.. d, Charles Bur rell, .'?>?? Pollard, Cornelius Harris. S111 i t ! Mb. Normal W? sley, Hat Miller Bhelton, G m. GB IDE Woo,! : ! y. Th o : ton Johi ; ' \irtin. ? ; ? \ 111 ?: ? ? ? ? - ' 1 ? rah .1? nk:?- ?"' I GRADE ? at h ? ? I Brown Rob ? \ GRA D H? n . William or. If. ? li? mette . Lynch, I ?avid I I John ? I Cor.? SOME LITTLE SONQ9. A tit ? AP A Hill? A ?It' .lo. <v\ n. A lit?. An.: A litt : irds. A A Utt.. ? laya Ami disama bsn? sta th? ir?>?aa. A llttl?? BOSSI el brtter hi ?. A song ? Th? ss astisi Sinti of little aona/s A little aong s? ? LENTEN JESTS. Rar. Dr. Thirdly?I hope, my young friend, that during the Lenten season you will observe Friday aa a fast day. Impecunlus - You l>et. My salary Is always gone by Thursday night. A Scandal "Jone? Is having trouble with merrled woman." 'You don't say so! Wbo Is UT" "His wife' LADY'S CROCHET TIL BEST ? Tg WHEN WORKED IN ? LK. Full Directions for Production of Neck Ornamentation ? Fringe Adds Greatly to the Appearance of Finished Product. About One and I half balls <?' ilk may ! much betti ?.?mid ? Work -i chala work . n th?? fourth from I :i tti? Basse stitch. pasa two, a ?! ? ? in next, ? ? two. d ? five trebl? ? In croch? In n? \!. ; . -tin iiain, flv? ? both ? ? a? through? out ' ' ? ? t in tulddli ? fire ? doubl? ?group rd tr? ' ' turn with I Min;?? working bo and fro in this taanner until the work . tli?-n wi sly in seen ? aorh ine th< a ork in tl. uldle g th? oui inch. tin n Brc tr? Li 'Urs?' . . ??ii:ht Inch lei ' tie, ? ly In half ?thron; ? and pull ? To i ? threads of th. next il half an in Is the t assel ? the knots quite l< Ti? if an iking . tying ther ? pair of sharp NEW IDEA IN PARIS DESIGNS Hindu Embroideries and Printed Pat? terns Used in Costumes and Millinery. Far ra recommend? ing Hindu ?p;broideries and print?.! bs are employed in numerous s The other ? l'arie corre ui, "I the turned bach collar at.? :oned in Hindu embroidery on white ground. "With tad taffeta dresses this Indian trimming aj Blther an an inn? r real al the Beek or Is SI the ?kirts "Tl ly launch? ? touri? ?: iiiefly worn by English women and Ameri? cans. Th? hih ease are ?rasaller ami blurred, whii*> tbs ground of th> . Is Invariably of a int. rtain ml a larger ong thes?? printed spec!? meus for th?? crowns or brtSM of their bats and I bs coloring of the different : - und can her?- be aa glaring as possible owiag to the fact thai the material is <lr and reJled with blaeh ganz?? or tulle. Some of th?? most be<-oming turbane and toques are made in this way and impart a cachet to the simplest tailor costume." SOMETHING NEW IN "SHOWER?' Basket Party for Bride a Novel and Thorouflhly Enjoyable Function. Mary Rrl.le to lie had been showered until she began to feel miidewed. She had been showered with aprons, stock? ings and handkerchiefs; she had bee? showered with kitchen ware, begs and table linen, she bad been boaored at so tatti . 'eastings that she ? ser feather ? aal if ?h*? dldttl >?i'.l bankrupt ra?le she .? ? - ? ? ? party. was anv nunil?er of thlrm^. and hud - but ? : to; - this . ? foini hi ? ight of (low ? pllnt of devil? had ? filled round allow and . I . ? TO HANG ON NURSERY WALL Deco? t the Little Folks Will Like Ecc ry Can Make It Themselve?. en t). ? ? ? ? and) 1 h th?? la .-ilk. and then to fini ih II off it ali : To Clean Silver Fabrics. : the tnntertal use?! In th? s scarf. ? th?? \ ?ar bath ? ini tu ha original t. .ing. Real Wealth. Bohila he has run int?? wealth, Ott] to a 4<KVpound hog the other d*y " White Soup. Th' ?>otatoee, one small onion. Peal, slice, and cover i ?ine put water and all through colander. Add one pint of milk. Season with pepper and lump of butter. Copyright Outlawed TT>e?v Manager (to composer)?Your piece la a fine one, but '? cant be produoed for at least three years. Composer?Why not ? Maanger Hecauae Wagner wont, hare been dead for 30 t?? tin thea~ ?Lustige Blatter.