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t. dudelet aod ft eontlot ooa wnera 1110 river wot ,0 dudelet with composure Of oat with ill intent n coatlot bu 1c il thn plat ndlo thoduO" worn ?'be no aim w itUKfl t i 1 lat, Us dire ml rtili And suilkd to f i ujt i Kr wliere thr i n lowc TodliAppnlnt ti i Tne dudolft o n t drown. Tbe go it lot Until his i H4RUmpt hi upon tin i s TliflQ tun I &n t II U etapt l i 1 idolot II n it i tuoiesa rajo i I might have ht ro la vain ajil ho rollnauishod the hclpo of e.er knowing hieo davs latoi on loachlnir Paul Inila touib he found Miat tho deed had boin ropi aled H i It the sum -nipt io ami an i u- on tho mi viou-. day 2 but not the same foibonnmrt lultofwiith he ilunff tho bouauot lilcli someone had ugnin da rod to - h boap of innn x&lr'h up pmo anuoi ' o that d a j had noon THE FARM AND HOME. AbiuP'h he nit -ioi t his medita tions a1"1' "ahl 1" a voice Wmt was kind atfl gentle but whose ibta tlous be("l,fl tin. hcioh ctToitho was in ikVg ' ou i"Utt now come Jieio again moiMleiiL Piorutsi ttu that ou will never ie,ftiri and that jou will 'tMl)jni xclusho iiht rind to bung THE FOLLY OF CROSS BREED ING POINTED OUT lVhdom louim I y J u tlcutc (in on 11 triiiih tr (nr ir I Sin til Mulit I tirnn mi 1 I roIlM IHrliml I rni Dinu 1 inn N tt4 Ilnmu llliitw MYSTERY OF THE JIOS uitu am beau Paulln dc Nimbi ouse died pilng v r ono fenied that her ban! would lohe his mind He loved ti so aid ntly that it set iraposs ole toi hiin to tc-lgn Ml to thx angu h f lo-lng her lo Ix th ten years of man Led f l u I not boon Bin lo-- lti nco in theli taite ii I it t,is caused fre quan an 1 hilu tho hudbam dinsuti i t will his wife's eol Bho on th otlu i hand ro agalnm. the despot i-iu of his which wub so xcliiHho and j that In Its u ardot sho saw eWehnoss than dovotion Hut little by little Iholr ro became loss stunned At lastt comosions as well as theli i de-die of lhhig happily togotfc meioly of having tho appeal i haj plncsH mado their homo 1 pf poi feet accoid, so none friends wore in tho least surp iho dopths of M de bambrei ipalr utter this great surr como to him Ills grief showed itself in tag though slightly romant ner I'aulino from her oatl'e hood had hoon ntni ignnth io miu hi lutui yeatri no bad passed without hoi b bouquot of that sweetest of Thev had become so rlosoly iou wmi nci mat utter no thn husband went to the ijch morning and placod lien ol them in the me Ich suimountod her tor ihidcd blossoms Kwoio lendcied hi lliotr contact wit lostiiw -vlce and In rled thorn to in jjqt othoi foim hi lonll lions In his own apaitm brcubo made a noit mcinorv o( his wif cincouled rHf fth Oie sonants ) a laccd her j 1 trail nOitialt ono nf tar &ifch watfmuch admired at tho rears atro It lepto- ' I'aulino in ball costume, Rilling, with a bunch of -lendci white hands i mini hiLu V do ntmkolf catefully filled Tiumeu meli daj threw a brll- TTant and l m radiance upon tho face of the pic tu e as well as upon a cushion bcncaih whoie he had at iaunrcd thi objects thaf had been most Identified with h's loed ono tin Vist Moes 'he had worn tho Inst handVcTchlef he had used hu .fan, bet umbtdlu hei jewels and in yajconf union of laces and costly fab lcs, tho boiutuots which ho hail di ouffht from tho cemotei y , and which wete noei eohslgned to tho tlamoH until the witheied petals diopicd ftom thoii stems 1 voi$ evening "l de ambicupo hubtcned to his loom and after opening tho doois of the tabernacle feu upon his knees bifoie tho poi ti ait I oi a long tlmo he uu t iod on I this adoiatlon talking to tho pli- I tureil fate and oxalting himbolf to I tho biWioi that tho lips moved and i spoke vt him t last uttoilj a hausted'ho fell asleop with his eyes Btill fijsod Ufonthe beautiful counten ftjicey I ?(ifo moinin. of autumn when accffulliig to ins imatlable custom M do Simbioiieo an lid at 1 eto I.u-huie he was much astonished to ; find u bunch of stiane toaos In tho lurn while his la half untied upon I the tomb ssuredlj they wcid 'superb with their glowing Liimson petals und long btems but theli j proud biaut had not the chatm of thobo with which he adorned Pau line's gtavo Ills wcie tea lose glolro de Dijon chosen by him bo- caueo she had alwab pioreriou their delicate tint and neifume to an othoi Ithout asking himself whence came thcio llowein which teoimd to him Iinpiiui usutpeis ho grasped them with indignant hands and io placed them with hU own Itut as he was about to throw thiiu fai from him ho paused looking at them and a fooling of pit succeeded his sudden I angoi No longoi did he cheilbh 111 will toward the poison who had do I sited tints to pa homage to Pauline J and whoso onh fault had been in not comptelVpnding the prhlloged and sacred olnHut tu oi ins uowets s I he gontl) hVo th" crimson toes upon tomb V JLOtuiiea Jd huvcj the leply sighed tho lately statted lju-band de- ioi " ho nald io and let us ' liaushited mes-DcmoLiut hnest Diudet 'LE ONbS Aniimo Cm loin (hlhlrni tnnding has Dm 1 nlli f Lnm It rood hit, Wo dlsliko to talk un tho nboo subject. Iho folly has buen pointed out so manj tlmn and In Kominj wajs by neatly oety ugrlcultuial wilter or thlukoi that one would think that eoij man in tho I nltod Stales was us fully tmpiissed with it as with tho follj of tumbling en bet ting on anothoi man s game It is a follj that is pinctifrd contluu ill sajs tho Kansas City I ho stoi.k In diiatoi Micn wo think the lesson has been taught so fully that tho dullost SLhoha compiehinds It, f-omo onoilsosnnd asks a question whl h shows that ho does not eon compio bond tho fiist ptimiplos, and bconia fno sphcio bo aa gu,tolc8s ail(1 innocent of all prac 1lrrfnn If H llcal kllOWlodgO Oil tills qU0-t Oil sot foot in that n3 a I10W oul u -'10 oct-ft!i0n of ttacrcd by ion-inns iu mo nuuici agum is a 16 minds dm In 'cSl,1J cw in a jouis agiliul- .n Till (tl ,1 llim In il tin (ti 1.. ,..,1 ,1 .-. 1 1 . houis spent in ; i-;r- -j i .. iuuun3 fcpbnnl wbnt t "lllllts that he Is a piogi cssio faimoi and lias u patent way of ttunsfoim ing tho Jcas cows in a genoiation or two Into fii st class daily cuttlo Ills proposition is tonoss tho Jeiso cow with the Ilolstoin bull and then cross the ptogony on tho loxas rat tlo Ho tolls us "Vou will find often a hulf-bicod Ilolstoin ft van that Is afio or bIk gallon cow I hao a gindo Joisoy cow that has glon mo ilvo gallons of milk poi da and could bo Incioasod to &ix ilej milk at bost roglstots 12 per cci;ttof ci cam and then addi "ifef.v suppose wo cross on a Jot bo coV with hor small slzo quick, actho tomppiamont and richnoss of milk but small quantity, say two and one-half oi thieo gallons a day, with a Ilolstoin bull of lino milk family Lhoso being both full blood animals tholt i ioguny would be 1m pressed (in a at labia dogieo of course) with tho characteristics of both pai onts, hit gor nnd bottei milkois than Jotsejs smaller and richer milkers than Holstolns, and a bottoi all pui pose cow than either, and u bull calf from such a cross, while- being a crrado. of olthor Bldo onlyhalf-bieeds but, being thorough-I school what tlon-, oi rathot would wo dis pon tho hjran oi text, which wo mo it illumiuat gospol tiuths to Ik says the Phil- A hen thctwlstot, ijt lilm a twist " fuithci foi an endltlon of oui the aeiago lht tots of so the supor'n uciatlon is piob eatost) leads thorn id the diminutive ruislato any woids j beond tholr com- veinaculai which od of tho common," buck seats, whoso I dictation did not (text as well as they j to the otheis and bu lost in tho tiansit j with w oids and on- lost seculnt und start hd bj tho tlmo tho . ted all thtOLigh tho mptU, well Blftod mm without Doing'ooierveu- What are j on dolnj heie mon sieur? ' ho domandid The stianei started looked tit him and leplled iu a sweet but iiun voice 'Doubtless whatou torn self aro do'n7 ' 'I monsieur0 ' I come to pray at mj wife's grave ' 'I como to piav hoio, also" Hy what light3' Hi tho light which friendship has Iven mo ' You wore then a friend of Mine do umbiouse5 'I was hei friend ' A flush mounted to M do Sam btouso's cheeks, and all of his old suspicions again took possession of him You weioafilond who hid hiin self fiora mo und whoso existoncomj wife concealed " ho snid In n tiombl ing voico "Is this tho loason that ou havo piofanod hei tomb bj de spoiling it of the floweis which I huvo put upon ItP" You romov ed mlno " ' Because thej hlled tho placo which mine alono may occupy " At thoso words the young man sWaightonod himself as if to protost to demand his rights but ho ip poated suddenly to change his mind and, low ci in,? his head he mm mined '1 was wrong moiisieiu.and I ask ioui p n don Hut fui fiom calming tho husband thoso w oids onh, excited him inoro A Hood of eil thoughtH usailod him and a gleam of angoi lit up his eyes as ho fcci7od the aim ol tho Bti angoi and bonding close to him hoaitely whiskered Yju loved mv wife confoss it" I he other lifted his head 1 loved hei much " ho said, in a tone equally fico fiom boasting or tlmlditj Pussho und resigned, ho awaltod tho losult of tho husband's access of fin Hut tho giaap on his aim loosoned nnd ho saw M de Sanbiouso slowly dtaw buck und pass his hands oci his forehead as if to dissipate his anger K teirlblo conflict was going on lu tho heat t of the wretched husband Would ho not, in doinandjng a full ixplanation fiom this j oung man, run the risk of shattering the altar upon which he had plucod his idol? Would he not in TKuovorlner in his wiinlpkmjjJfciivj'jMft were vol inomory of elf of the i reoolloo rmrrwi "iitfulli repliod mamma, mentally conning oei hoi tul If ng list t "I don t know any iuelf poison V Oh, j es, vou do peisisted tho little one We biug about hoi ou know" "Iho sweet lle and lho was Indeed a unduj oenlng fav ot ito in that home, but no one had evei noticed that Oiillo ' had always faith full j rondoiedono lino lh faith we cau see rttu lair" nd that cuiiosltv concerning 1 tta s Identity wa- tlfc within hei Hiuall bosom lhe tale will bcai re telling of tho llttl-o gltl who wentaiound tho house chanting I huidlj think I havo any father, I hatdl think I havo au fathei " as a letult of conscientious drilling in a praet beginning, "I hoaitlli thank thee heavenly Iathoi,'but tho following may be lanked among the dosiiublo class of tho hitheito unpublished" A small coloiol gltl, a ciltable lopsy In oilginalltj abruptly pauwd ono dav In her mlulsttatlous, dust brush In hand and demanded of hoi staitlod mistress What did ou bay was do Lo-d's last name? Iho bewlldeied ladv, who had no voi jiesumedto aj anything on that subject leplled that bho did no Know, but was acfuirdi O vos vou t night It to mo jousef It iu the blblo't and was fuithm i queted to ' .lus1 say tho 1 oids piavei tnd III hIiow vou W-iol ir S fbrotlin both parents, would wu Vil aJ? w tho b08t bleeding bull for tho fail AVzfO TteliU impiessljd by both silcfl A?W mflwninpn aam " muBt bo ftul to impait tho iiSi ,o ' 00g0q"all"ea of both 1,a,ont3 10 hIs Ibis, it will bo observed, is uurolv theoroctleal It Is a very fine thootj, and we havo of ton heaid just this io buU predicted by farmois and oven biecdets It lsMiko a gxod inanj other plausible theories uttoied hy inoxpoiicuced and unlnfoimod men, and uttoilj breuks down in practice It violates ovoiy princlplo of coriect bleeding Iho cioss brooding of two thoroughbreds as which. dllTeiont as tho Ilolstcln nnd thn .Tnrnnv . nnrl 1ht crossing of tho produce on cattlo as I wldoi iiuropont fiom olthoi as tho lexnn does not perpetuate tho good qualities of olthor, but gives tho Texan blood, which la as thorough bred in its way almost as any of them, full rungo lhe result will bo cattlo thut havo neither tho hardi ness of a Texan, tho milking qualltlos of the Holstetn or the liohneBs of tho milk of tho Jetseys, but will bo of as many colois and qualities as Joseph's now coat Uhousands of fanners havo tried imllui experiments and tho unhoisul testimony is that thev havo all boon misoi able failures Wo sup pose, however that oery man must go thiough this once and hide tho result bj disposal of tho entire Block on his faun, and then take up some other theory without carefully Invos tigating and loumlng what has been the pjnrticttl working out of tho theoij wheioit has bocn tried It is too into in tho day for men to doal with such complicated laws as thoso which govern tho tiuusmlsalon of bhoiucmdlugU begun the obedlont qualities in the animals to begin I nl nMtlnii rtt thn I nwl c tint irm iih.1 . .. ... . ... - Wivk.w w .vwu i""" "" poiimenting attho toundatlon oai- ly ovoiy man Is an impractical theo- upon leaching tho petition Hal lowed be thy name a dusk foio llngei was pointed at hei intiiumph DidntltollyouP Dat's 'is las' namo Hallowed ' ' I etiiun Gt iib Lemon gras3, known only in Cey lon, grows to a height of six or seven feet and ignites spontaneously. At flist a slnglo cuil of sraoko oi blight tongue of flame will be not cied oon howovet, as the water luns down tho stalks and mlnglos with the oil and acids contained in the pith of the cuiious hub fleioo fires buist Into view heio, there und ovoij place, soon coei!ng the whole mountain In a sheet of flame. 1fd no Leather Trousers, His Maternal Parent I am sorry. YVlllloAwhack), to havo to do this It (jpackj hurts mo a great deal whaelo worso than it hurts ..... lltlU V V11U IfftWH 1V4V&4 4 4 1U4 V41UhUILU wiiggiine ana siirwung- to oM-haW aora t mUo for garden ; AVW IV UV M jWW V4 (whil vou oi rlst until he learns wisdom by oxpor ienco The first requislto to success is to find out what has boon tho ex perience of other men and thus as cortain tho pilnciplos which govoin tho practice and thon in tho light of all the infoimation obtainable, follow as far as possible in view of his con ditions, what has been fouud tho most practical by tho bost men Small Vlodol 1 Hi Hi lt Is frequently demonstrated in various sections of the countiy that email fauns under o, high state of cultivation and properly managed will pioduoo moio persors.1 comforts and hotter pi oil t than a laigo farm with a great vailoty, bays u writer in Farmers Voice. Ihoie aro hundreds of homes of from thiee to twenty acres that stand us modola ot what can be done financially with a limited number of acres, ihoy make a spec ialty of dne crop with from one-thlid nnd small ft -lit foi home cons; mp tlon Ono specialist of sK acies or gi ound has i alsed onion sets foi twentv joins with a half a i -f choice fi lilt In 181) J the ptoluot of ono acic of Bets bi ought in 1 ' Ihl" spi ing (last yeni was unfa 01 able to onions) tho si mo ane loai u him $1,010 lhis fruit consists n cholco plums, peai s qulnc s pom h and boiilos Anothoi giowci has ten an os of gi apes and twou les laid out in ii maikeb gulden Ihi- i t fawned lo ulitj foi tho vim inula paiadiso for tho mui ket giutbn twclvo aeies lu ill Ho Is u memb of the giupo giowoif union and deal dlietth with tho wholesale ttail doing uwuj with all middle oi on mission men Ho livos llitc n ml ftom tho i it but foi all that guidon piodiu ts aro tukon thet an dclheied dlieit to ciiHtomei Some of theso small faimi is ma a a specialty of ono thin nnd some i othet mid aro known b) the oipeciiil tiudo as onion giape.flowei benj tpociallst Ihoh neat and lu iu lent icsldonccs thoii well 1 opt lawn1 dotted In summer with guv bods shiulo tieos and bhiub-i show platgiily that thoio Is not only added bank ntock fiom cai to joai, but cultuio and lelincmont as well Now what is being done In ono place can bo done in anothei, nnd if some of tho&o faimeis known as land pooi" would dispone of pait of tholt posses kIoiis and devote tho proceeds to thd pioductlon of tho comforts and lux uilcs for their families, theli homes and theli suiroundlngs wo would heat less of deserted fatms, and the children would grow up to love the farm more and would be less liable to make tho city theli heme ( no ol I won, C S Smith, a Wisconsin llockmas ter, speaking of the caio of owe sas ho feods com foi a, grain ration and all tho clovoi hay they will eat up clean, up to about two months of tho expected lamb crop Thon eom raenco feeding bran nnd oats mixed In small quantities at first but cn oral I j Inercaso tho biau and oats aud doctoase tho shock com so that at about two weeks bofoie thotiopjou have them on biun aud oats about ono nint each moinin' and ovenlug with all tho clover hay they will eat up clean A chango to straw or othet kinds of hay Is good, and eatenA with a relish Keon thoirob.iiwni l beddod, a chjin their tho owes' makes sholtei, tli Btotmv weaxi should be pio? tho shcop aio ally dutlng a Journal of AgricuR Home I lowers look ju the o is lust as delign when on tho farmer a t"3 on anyono olse's table spise flowers Iholr elcl svveetnoss ate restful and! He foi o putting awaj your! oiush it over with a posed of a gltl each of llnsoedl kerosene, and a tablospoonii spliits of turpentine woll shake gothoi Ibis will otfectually jl vent rusi Chlckon has become tho reirulatloo dish to soi vo to ministers, regaidless of denomination Wheieverthov go they find this fowl piepnied for th om it muBt bo a lolief occasionally to ar livo at a placo unexpectedly ami find beefsteak, oi codfish, 01 Irish Btevv, In place of the inevitable chlckon, foi sweet variety's sako 1 u nn otos vanuio should bo well lottod before putting on the giound 1 ho eoll should bo vv orkod thorough ly boforo potaoos aio planted It is said that hops planted on tha upland aio fieoi fiom Ilea than those planted in tho liver bottoms, Apply wood ashos to the potato crop utter planting sowing btqaa cast attho rato of about GQU pouhdi pcracio All toot crops aro f bene fited bj ashes Ono pound of Paris green to SOO poundB of wutei, with ubouo fifteoi pounds ot soit soap is good forBprau Ing tho codling moth It should bl used sovoial times about fifteen day! apait lhe Indiana exiorimont staUon concludes that deep bioaklng and shallow ciltivntlon is best, also that stable manure produces bettor and more lasting effects on soil than com meiclal fertilizers. The Oiegon Agricultural Experi ment station advises wrapping trees with burlap as well as sptaying them for the codling moth Every the or six days tho wrapping is removed and the larvro found beneath killed. Tho agricultmlst at tho Illinois experiment station Bays that tho uni form results of tho experiments for fivo veai a past indicate that an in crease of at least fivo bushels per acre ovoi average yields may be eecuied without increase, la iost of I producing the crop.