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ItX., Powder ABSOtLUFL ELY PURE Sea 5i-- - - A MOTHER. ClM I but have my baby back again reom the d;m vastness of the great men Mew would it ease my poor heart's ilent pain As I sit here in shadow and alonel That heaven is vast but makes me more afraid, Who shall its hesitating footsteps gulde? War coster the nest my love had made, Or as my heart feels, since my baby diled. COd was the night it left my boesom warm A night of wintry tempest harsh and wildl Into that world of darkness and of storm Went forth alone my little toddling child, I amy alone, for who hears angels' teat Passu at the threshold, though we drsam they come? We hear not even death, the robber fleetl We only know a void is in our home. Mother! the very name is sorrow's owra A synonym for heartache and for trial; 'Tis she most tread the wie wine press al alone, And when the tears would start must wear a smile. What is the faith of priest, of Christian broth. er, umltered bishop, though they kiss the rod? Weak seems their worship when a trusting mother Yields up her pretty, smiling babe to God. -Arkansaw Traveler. HOW FLOUR IS MANJFACTURED. The Va.ous Processes Through Which Wheat Passes It. the Mill. The noise, on the it -ide of the mill are deafening On- v :o has never been in a flourng mill of t e largest size can not realize what a p. uliar lot of noises are made by the iutchinery. As soon as the wheat enter- the machine from the long spout w:.ichl brings it down from the upl.er flo r it falls between two rollers of iron- -chilled" iron they call it. and very hard iron it is too. One of these rollers revolves rapidly, the other more slowly. in order that the separa tion of the coat, or bran. from the ker nel may be more easily accomplished. The wheat first passes between rollerp separated just enough to allow the coat to be crushed. It is then carried away to the top of the muill a,.,.i;. to a room where the sun vainly tries to shine in through the flour s.ated windows far above the city's roof-. It next palees over a wire -ieve whi, h soiparates ti:,. bran from the kernel prlper. This bran. which contatine much of the flour material. tagin tpasses down and is ground once more, this process being re peated four times, making five grind ings, each one liner than the one preced ing it. Each tint- the fibrous or bran portions are more comtlletely separated. and at last the brat comtues out a clear, brownish husk with every particle of dour removed. The insidle lart O f the Kernel has meanu while been going throu"hi an interesting process. After the tirst grinding or breaking it passes to a big six sided re volving reel covered with a fine wire netting or sieve. Through this reel the finer portions of the, kernels pass, com ing out in what are called "tniddlin;ig, a granulated massn which goes back to the rollers for all,,ther crushing. This process is r.lwate- ithrouigh five re-els., all but tie fir-t iing of -ilk. The last one has 12o thread. to the lii,.al nich. The flour which e, ine ott o,! the fifth reel, while white In hu,. I- yet not of th,, fin est or 'Ilatent .grak'l,, but is classed as "baker's" or ,e-,ond,i :trade flour. The mniddline, aiivie referred to are purifie l by an interesting lprocess. They are passed over a fine wir-e sieve, through the upper part of whtich it strong cur rent of air is passed. This holds in sus pense the tiny portions of fibrous matter which may have been in the flour, and at last. after this process of nuddlings purifying has been very carefully car ried out, the flour appears a spotless, snowy white--the "patent" flour, as it is called. In the process of grinding in this gradual and repeated way, the germ of the wheat. a tiny particle about the size of a mustard seed, is separated from the white flour. It is what one might call the life part of the wheat. If it were ground up, it would not leave the patent four so white and powdery, so it is sep arated in one of the sievings and passes into the darker or lower grade flour. It contains, however, the best and most nutritious part of the wheat. The last thing that happens to the pul verised kernel before it is ready for market is the filling of barrels or sacks. Down many stories through a smooth tiube comes the white or "patent" four. Under the tube is the barrel or the sack, as the case may be, and, as it begins to ll, a steel magur just the size of the bar rel bores down into the flour, packing it carefuly and solidly beneath the broad baisds.-Bt Nicholas. net star. The coaductor of a cable car ap peashed a hard visaged woman and aeiM fdr her fare. "Go a with you, now; i've paid you ame," mid the woman. "No, you haven't." *Yes, I have." -Give me a niictke or I'll put you of.' "Do if you ,'rae.' Theconductor stoppel th ciar a:d tl "Rather a hard thian to :o," said :'n Ie the passengers. "but it served ter right, I suppose." "Oh," the conductor smilingly an *'it wasn't hard for me to do, but ' hi't often I have a chance to get vepn wilh her. I am her husband."-Texas -Now Be Was Ast esaded. After a division of the house o f menton a motionof Mr. Foz, Bir Young, who had been drinking all day Instead of attending to hLs parlamsntary dntiee, insisted on addressing the houne, but, beginning with "' am astonished," could proceed no further. When hebad repeated these words seven time, the house was convulsed with laughter. The baronet appealed to the speaker, who pleasantly inquired what he would have him do. Sir George grew very warm at this and declared he would not give up his favorite word. "for," said he, "I re ally am astonished, Mr. Speaker." By the advice of friends. however, he was presently prevailed upon, after repeat ing the word about a dosen times more, to change it to "surprised." after which, "having entirely forgotten what he had intended to say." he sat down. -Argol naut. The MIesIean oundary Line. The internatinal Iboundary line be tween the United States nd the repub lic of Mexico is Iuarked by pyramids of stones placed at irregular distancesalong the line all I he way fronm the Rio Urande to the Pacific ac-ai.:u. Wherever it was found practical to d, i. s these pyra mids were built ,. i tromin.ntt 1pakls at road crossilngs. torl-. .,;c. The line wai not surve--'d. .is i- , ;c usual austom, thn location ot tiisr :I,,,1;I' h - lkjing based on astroun,::c.Il c,;,.khi ,~;,s and obser vations.-St. L :,- i ;l::c. A Likeness. Sharple (to photographer)-Do yoa mean to say that this photo is a good likeness of me? Photographer-It's lifelike, sir. Sharple-Why, I look a regular swin dler, and !it. hanged if I don't act up to it. I shan't pay you!--London Tit-Bits. WLLIUH WORKERS of either sex, any age, in any part of the country, PS at the employment wnich we furnish. You need not be away from home overnight. You can give cm yourwhole t im to the work,orouly your spare mo. ments. Ascapital is not required you run no rik. We supply you with all that is needed. It will cost you nothing to try the business. Any one can do the work. Beginners make money from the start Failure il unknownwith our workers. Every hour you labor you can easily makes dollar. No one who is willing to work fails to make more money every day than can be mnde in three days at any ordinary employment. fend for free book containing the fullest information. H. HALLETT & OO., PORTLAND, MAINL IF YOU WANT INFCR.ITION ABOUT SIONS IttoCtIED FIORl so..eERS WIDOW-S - CHILDIBENI, PARlNTS. Alofnfr $e'dlers and Satlors disabled In the lib el Sti athe retIvse, Armyygr tsa'y yýS the w stvon of lhr Indian warf of 1tt I *to eir widows wretititd. Aldn jrteddS Spet ' ilter . Toaose ndt eantiled to ntstaer8 n b for nw Iaws. .W FOnrg for adViCe. A .ucCef eIL es th n alle. w ht o stui asa .ra fees sn Is their sad rh.e sit u, r ps.sans . Attondey. It the largest and moat influential newto fa lo rt t ig heir u bacrlhesn aau rouer 00 . Yinayaadl a Uinhbiu·P llr W osCu eSa Toe Math e6 a Nw. 8irWilliam Fraser tells a good story iI at Brigham Young and "The Lady of It Lyons." Young took his wives to see a rot performance of Lytton's play at Salt TI Lake City. When the agony was piled h up, he rose, and, followed by his spouses, left the theater, exclaiming, "I won't stand such an infernal row being made about one womanf'-Agon'aut. . A lnp of the Tesg*. of A man was tried for theft at the x ford assises. The forenam of the jury when giving the verdict made a mis take and said "Not guilty" instad ofa "Guilty." Though he wished to resti ci the mistake, he could not do so, and mau was released from estody.-z , -bange. M PREMIUMS I SThe asW im. Waltham Waishoe RE E wthosdr ef ear aothe maa trbi.h to -ador asto anaera dlhsI wathe s . yfht w ro g ht, arbe e e aps. e we pur hase dt ed o t heM nufactt en As ulgin orwthn our .a. Tce.e.t hto eal fin s tnea ls P Wa.iC toAe OPiii andm. Stae is h apd ia ettlaln ss works a .nes a' The e iors adof so od i two lates strngt. i n the cenI with an composit heon nl afctues gusratthis We wilt givis wa delver e *to any oem who wll m end us 40 - . d- ealr mubscrits ourst foa o ora Stwe will I t outright to a susoriber for' Swatch which), with tutsr hunt- auttirate I vure. n O given..t4 osa d Ifa t nl e Tes, wath. a ti . sn P frs n_ .w. . aon whes o hwi·ll seu ne p-up yeatly subcrtpt Dlo~neofor Oud Jura.l is o soidodeldef Mas a !allyet car-q Te old homeof John Howard Payne Is still in a good state of preservatou. Ay It isa lowly dwelling with quantities of root to it. covered with gray shIngles. is There is a garden attached, in whichk hollyhocks grow, and there is a pietr tin agrw old well aee by pe Corduroy Portieres. ho Corduroy promises to be a great fa- eve vorite, both for hangings and for the eil coverings of divansandchairs. In some thu of its newest forms it is strikingly hand- the some, showing figures of a lighter tone Th upon a ground of the same color, and in ch even the familiar plain it is both good thu and desirable. For portieres it is esp- to cially to be commended, as it takes rich, Ia deep folds and gives just that sernse of do warmth and freedom from draft that is leý to be dedred. PREMIUMS I RIFLES - AND - SHOT GUNS ewadrs nearly every sad hey ow es or wants to own a Ries. Heatiag is always popular and often a necesity. We have thee feS.declded to add a Rilde and a Shot Gun to our numerous premium ttrs. We want to interest evrybodl ad every clam in our publication. As In other premiums, we have sought out the best articles to offer in this column. and have made very favorable arrangements with the sell ing agents of the Marlin Arms Co.. which will enable us to offer the cele brated FIARLIN REPEATING RIFLE. I neW MOODES. to er readers as a premium at whole. sale prices. This Rifle has many ad vantagesover other repeating rides. "The point in which this arm di(ffe mast from the old style of re pasting riL 's that the top of the rseelver is ean tirely slid, the empty shells being ejected through an opening ia the right hand side di rsatly over the loading a hole. In this system of side ejecting the empty Sshells are never thrown into the face, never ane Stheline of sight or in rany other war lntertere In taking aim for the I ean ho -- c always ejected to the right sad away -me the shooter. Another great advantage is .Lat the doing away with the opening on the top and the closing of the side slot by the bolt makes It impossible for any rtin. snow. falling leaves or dirt to get itto the action. "In case a defective cartridge giving out around the head, as often happens from re leading or from poor metal, no powder will e blown ta the face or eyes, as the selid top terms a perfect sblhld." The Marlin Resting l:.ilte Is made i sev .eal ealibres. an any make of cartridges of the same marked calibre of the ride can be se4d for It. This Rile is made in the following sm.s: H, U sbd M calibre. SThe R.ifwe, ffer as shown Into this dra~ :ug en Is the standard else, with pistol grip stock and Is inch halt octagon barrel weight 7 pounds. sp ea holds IeartrIdgea. We will give this Rifle FREE to sa e.e seeding as 4N ew paid-up yearly of embaaipi.se. or for I0 new paid-up yearly a tpirIies aed W-.A Is cash addei or we Me wils see se t se as a eubseatbee lee 400a4 ia seas. express ehagse as he aold b the rresder. Ret lss >giese of ite aMIe SHOT GUNS. We sffer as Imported Dulde artrled Seot au, by a Cele brated Maker. PRlB to beascrlbers .id bade ON TH4 POLLOWING TERMS. i sevemes Polsled maeal gaoreleuamt i g. fail eheaesed . tgaseM - -u n a ,es fore-e ead rwbbr bt Peaubed v ethis elseset Gus P~He toemyr seediLg Is mew gld-ag yearly mbeaipdeas. or for U new gold-up yearty r eIaeruptones and SIs ei s adineor we wl1 ash It a aherer for Ig r . is em *5 a tU. seurmely gakhl be paerga. absr ae " A City of oeeot GondO. The majority of the houses in Bosnos ires have but one storw, whose flat of serves all the purposes of Yankee wns and door yards. While the patioa a frequently utilized as dining and sit og rooms, it is the universal custom to *omenade in the cool of the day on the msetopa, to sit there at morning and rening enjoying the refreshing breezes, rtensive views and varied panorama in a street below. The children And teir favorite playground on the roof. here the nurses bring their infant lrges, the seamstress her sewing and a~ maid her mistress' bedraggled finery put in order again. The clothes are ried and aired and ironed stop, and uing the "heated term" of this dew a latitude thousands bring up their edas sad sleep with starry sky for a oatesspmse-Phiuddpt hi ecord. PREMIUMS ;ILVER BREAKFAST co TEA SERVICE. BEAUTIFUL SILVERWARE. ri. Laset Patter In Quadruple sllvr Ples. ut tey aimo quadple ilter .e ne Whltte etal and will wear a lifetime. The a.enta of We manufactuisr. knowing we can readldij goraoi of a ur, pqant ty of there good. at the we fer nthe. have ta * y lo tor them below the rela.h wholesale rata. and w r peeeo to hes prices to indue our toget us t umew sucrib ers.. set .l ss or Teaie I. r se,.omP;whru spnoe orHeade .r pa ott the Tray to hold the set beL!7 it ihe wide andi very handeomely band en iaed a are ail t lhe p ieces. The full se...: rtoing a T»a Pst. sange m !ast. Cram ijtsher, apes el sad Wmu, mE GIVEN FREE S m~r*Yk R UNI 8 THROUGH CARS St. PHl I, Farp ra FMis NetM PULLMAN Pils SLEEPING CARS Stpiu ELEGANT Tomli DINING CARS soift TOURIST Sr tP l SLEEPING CAM TIME SCHEDULE. No. 1, Pacific Mail.................. 6 p. . No. I Atlantic Express...... ...... mil P. ý No. 4, Atlantlc Mail.................. 1O m. For Rates, Maps, Time Tables or Ipeclal flomation, apply to Ageat" Northers Paucir a. B. at Miles City or, CRAS. L PER. Gen I Pass. and Tieket Agen St..Pasl. Mias Rheumatism, hLumha tc, Scia DRoA ID T1 ELT win .ll.e wrltut.qd, lnes a landt b k Motr h n, aear teatl ..r owefrn O mr We toraem 1." I .ro iodic reTtion. tu r T .ot s rb otyobpl s h, alenuo i u r k1 y. Ii.e r ad bleddyhs r eepaedi nta, aoe bLc. loErta., SeIatT. all femalaed caie sta iýlhnrl 111 h. te. Ti electrsr .HeSl etoum It aln ter s s faile d. aid and wl.e erit e ar fo U.iA. toWpus'l aptacta 2atlle.asaed,.1 BANDIN I[EOTRCO CO. OdATv. .Iacdat. MYi.APOLt1. MIgr. IM Next Number Espcally &Ael T'AL, FROM s TOWN TOPICS sIA BW ALt. MEN AND WOMEN. 1 DELICATE, DAIITY. WIr,. INT*NSI. dte4bh* burl-que poea wai. cimre.. com the btane of Pnmr - s of tha much ted-about New Test Sed bi .0urnl, Tows Topes. wbeb his I. S"T"tzrm Ne.Tog Topc together. atth ,OWN TOpt'LB 2 Went ad steer, . .Y ON . MILES CITY SIron and Pump Works. II Megsay Fr .. .69. FauSmsE.r UswuIas. .