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TV r*»av*i Mm * »pfc« u* **-i u*>k ' ,f > » A I Mi F ling ihi [Mil fH id If of KiirhIj II llll to»!i • real eluded ; Watch »pie Irn Heparaled nailly fur tile t ordl llllIK* nUh »»f them UIIO an* h prlved of h « »MIN t H III ly plo who have in m dingy n The ti he man who di* Imulnut whi dopenden I Watch Hi in hour or two Mtion between j tmin « an all »low ti j ntcrest I*' wait lilrnud lr«lm MCI and he qub t and find both and profit In hi* th»*r<* an* many people who are afrahl t ( (■list «nt I film IIiIi si for Im k 1 ■ wii IlmUKlit watch them— he left alone with M»h> of th-in will Hut 1 1 » •* I I «»'A II «Ml Kh! r» iid What I* »»f n I hough th« s value will ♦*„! are riot huiigry; vice, though pmflticna, to aup. muttons to fill th»* time Their will use PIV N« own mental stream : flu* tartes l«*ht Ho ir of Intel « I '»•lit Is fi»«*agre il«'man C Aftci ill»cu».|tlB tht* question «den ! I 11 KcIIiik proceed« lo ! I matter of tIflcally, Di al*e athli •• In term »in lavma nnilctstantl. may ; "The form til which raw food «lioiild he taken I« «Iderablc Importance Kresh fruits « mo»t acceptable form of raw food Krult* and lints nr, idll, tll Reallble when taken In the raw »täte, prix tiled of, erly man deed, wh, of nuta and fruit« a Iniproxed In cookery been »how ii I hut grec leaves or let tue«, the heart of , shim and the tender parts of as readily and practically completely <|| i gestlblc " Dr, Kellogg I« I ami lie «narrt» that even exclude flesh food« of all aorta and il crease t|i>' amount of une, •neb «s fruit», nut-, celery amt slmll product« ami take care to make u rooked foodstuff» meal . I . fiesl,:» funned of plants, su, h >e. tbl bey are prop question, lie a lUtrlllve properties io any extent . It has also Mi, part« ini agil«, lire vcgetnrlai " d r,M«i ; ! j « and aigues j ii with I tables, j arllele ! of a part We do not tec winter tised in ihe uewtfpaper* (o consume » fail Spring poetry, to be sn the rhrUti.ui KegUter. ('em greeiiK and the earlleat \ but in the present *tnt It hardly count*. Sum Ik«' out) ones looked upon a* ly »casonal. while nil other suit am ng *dver the prop rr llternt uer books are t i e of your according to the taste of tht* reader. It happens that sun the time when a mah-rlt) .»■ I: p, pie have the I , g---- innni, ,<i -a,ling and study, and the Ushers sclxe the occasion to ti t r is ! »ure pub- j load i f. the great,--' amount of t;ash upon ' !t pnbllc The biinimo, k tit- lounge easy , liait ate ;■:,,» id. -I », Mh m. si pabulum of s nt. i ol their films» a sort that sum hare a missloe as something books into a 1 to slip read on tin' l.mtiglnK . tu, it to dole over in the traiu. or to fling about on tit n. , »> MMJ« h« I. t«1 of th» »tränier. 4«*r the »hade Of (rees - oupt'flilly pro tided. lik«> thin $:< and h ■ • - • uiiMtini* : 110)1! * i «*opl«* II " I T H c OLD M LL > a, a , . v * of » r%ß a - T Xi a, * 7%Ft i4ir«n Tl -r .uotn *t rt il **'l WO if. sin« n «»**• p ti In« r.. ■ I« tt of ft Is I« ird I • v ' Wh •fl" » 1 I I , w Hut nft« 's to f«n< »v th* ur it idg A «I y utli*« Comps The Apple-Broker. I y By Alicr Turner turns. y Whon lh<> rin I ( <k.I .!«>, of 8ept»m he, end eltjr |M«,|,I« home r-vuly To work, » hen bo«ln a hualoms ainong the on hardowneiH of New Buglatid of which the casual summer visitor has ; little knowledge. The apple-broker's busy days have j j .... . , . . * h.xi.l,xi by tt rmponulble ,u,.l «wpahlc inan. sMciirml by ih<- npple-broker b« cttiisi* of his know led c** or (he applc nuu-kBt, hl« reliability, and his «in of imiuksfliik iiit»n Tht« "bt 'ili'sl by his employer with iiumcnm« rilrm-lIons, sniony which are slips of iwjier which i*N«d soinethliiK 1 like this; "l'l , *' ar *" **" th * orchard», ntn! rpreiul ovei ! he lie. with the iiersl- >tlU llldu „,, 7 , com»», und export apple picker»;, with long ladders, mmtll l*uek« .i! «• lit InvtiMto of brown ta 11 b*3irh baud oths. »f these workers 1» furn Found Sweetings small ! ! Uefore Oct»l»er lsl. Ralhei Drown 's On bard I —Loudon. lien Dim«'—llosuai. Blake'a thx'hard. Baily ItnldwItiN New York Yellow St.« I. San Drancltt tt. Mr» ; i Th, on A «arefiil swung over lit» shoulder go,w up the ladder livery apple Is clipped from the hough, placed ln I he basket, and when Ihe basket In moderately full, th» man dmcaods boss understands by this list that tile pound KweeUiisK are lo be Batherod with rough shaking» which this fruit grows, man. with a small basket unusual nf the branches N« I a re t* b, ' r apples are . ,i. h wrapped in , is Mi,- pi,per and put ln I . \... mu, h in tlie same way that California „langes ire iso bed to send east. Then a card 11 "" l '"' "m i bed Mrs ill 11 * Pound Sweet In Vlou." and the lx Ixiti make, a similar ent! » tn tin liitle an „uut which. << ihe end l' w.. he hand- over 'to t he apple broker If The real tiuetnesa of Ihe apple brok er. however, begins tii midsummer you are In an apple country, central M., s.ichmelis. or near Mere r Maine ; and are an observing [lerson. ! notlee now iuid ca|>able-1,»»King man driving aboil! Ihe j country roads. tulMug with the of orchards and , ar,»fully j the lialf-growii fruit. I '^ ,l * > ,lla,, •» generally a an apple-growing district, j th0 hl , ! the t yon will hen a keen-faced, """*" vimtnlng quality of the fmit of the orchard, aud resident of He knows y orchard, how old >rv of e rees are, th, t gro n. the ownet to deal with hint. 1 »' "" tn.M the l,a,gs.'t .,»p .- broker buy s the r , i, ' ' . 1,11 " n.„.„ -ea. .1 v.e • ,„ < he dread , y " •' * * . 1 ' " 11 y : M 1 * '' * ' ar!!,<M a .«»un« '"•»)' * i *« r- , »n 1* mvingv .».it.*v i.m v . -■ <> - h.»i i»e »Jd his I txrrvts .rid tx-xes are no o be considered when you hards of six how i are made P: op ! tdderable aft, j i apploe In .Inly. The apple broker has no let-u hi* hands . 1 small thing t are to harvest the , seven t " r ■ -!, . - Now and then the • ti *' ' ' ' '' '* a ' " ' 'bop '* 1 ' ' ■' ' > f h.s o'»;, neat the Wf wh, . be tn.-s fntil Is raised IU: ' ! *' 1 ' K ,uI > -««1*1 Vug :- a 11 ' ' ** " ,J k bi-tly iiii'ii 1û4 oui ! and bow xhu b will be I [*' D ' to 'he utter most f*r'» of tha -ar-ll ft jwf wUh 'C.e .».■ md ' ".« fl-nt Ir+çw. flfcolw::*» .a .Sc* Kb - •\y~ ' »J,- . - fl V • • • . ! * of th* aptbroker for iy sri th** jtprlng h*- h* i.u.s flit l*»p«r K ! kl*,-» of f be unmt.ry a' u farmer'» hmj •>* mornffig, Mr^ thf pU»*sant fa Smith' •mJ worn (bat joa ir husbanü he at make floor good broad »hat y •T h • a lot of empty flo bam*la * Parkin* ' ch i<kW% the "Th« Idea* '•tit* that k*«p* »ed him* wife, 1 It s Jim'» flour *UA a Food many empty broker« queatlu 1-ind. There b« two or ou< "TII u fifty cen' h, without Mrs counting rade Mn is cons« thre harre Mr ! «•pt lui FV ,r* :ll <i Anal it h He his mar at» gent; ilppii Hut is day not yet orchard, climbing a tree toes from orchard to ing ii eis now and th es. that an urging I Intely on his employ ? • * not may hud his fruit ungathered, and him From sending a load ing off a promised order there Th»* orchards of northern Malm "IT« I :i »!"/.*■ ! I (f; I i< fit • / ! »I • * III : • » t he • ' r ..i . » • ! I ; « 11 (j , •!, ruin own to town he hastens, •f barrels here, start te of Massa er of t rang erions because of ' et'», c >ft♦ h th«* mal port at ion becomes i , . u . an * ,,n . Kt * r *î i ! H „„T r V, !', ,7 " 7, ! „"* ''' h J* . ' . ' C , Turrit "'.''"'T ,7," UI ,,f ,arrp| '' " r apples which Mnl " rml ; "very year to distant mark< *t». Youths Companion. I* to secure good help, i many of the orchards RECOVERING GOLD FROM SAND. To th»* month of the Hiver Colin*, off I Hi ightllngn» a an • xt i aordliiarv ma ' blue wa toW«*d and anchor»«» yes tcrUay It I» to ht» used In a filial at j , cmp| , Q rp( , New Device to Discover Treasure in Sunkei Ships. over th»* £500,000 t ure of gold, in coins and bars, which *»ld to ha v» «on«* down in H M. S 1.utin«* in 171*7 mat th** island of T»»rKch»*lllnK, ofT th<* coast of Holland, A portion of the treasure has been eas recovered, but all ordinary dredging I plants are now useless, as the vessel ha» sunk into the sand. The new de vie** is a great steel tub. nearly loo ' feet In length and wide rnougb to al low a man to walk erect down its cea tre. At one end is a metal chamber provided with window, and doors, and oi the other a ni-dley of giant hooks and other tackle. The apparatus has just been com pletod after years of work, tiy a firm of shipbuilders. "One end of the I lube," explained a member of the firm yesterday, "will be clamped to the side of a steamship or barge. The other | end. by means of water ballast lauks, will be sunk until It touches the bo; 1 tom. | air. all the Then, by means of compressed ater will be for, d from j the tube and also from the chamber at the bottom of It. flush upon the bed of I the sen j ■•!»!»«*»> j In ihe e,-litre „f h>- tut- until they Here Diver» w ill » ;< Ik d,,wn reach the submerged chamber, j they will don their diving costumes, 1 and opening Moor, "III - < p -Puight out In » ;r» series of * a - • ' gin Kiigineers ill l>e stationed In the chamber, and following the In- ! structions of the divers who will coni I munleat,» with lliem by means of j portable telephones, they will operate I the mechanism of two powerful suc j tion pumps or dredgers which are fit ted to the sides of the tube. These | dredges It Is hoped will suck away | the sand around the sides ,d the heavy rhamber until it gradually sinks by \ Its own weight right down on to th. <1wk uf thr wrecked »hip divers, waking their ] chamber to ihe deck thence to the hold. i Then' to frei« th" <>f the ship and j will be able to I way • tn.-tei tt>. t„ -t'.trc ft,'ll, the -hip to , the Chamber by easy stay laut, but I ally Mall. Wh.te Deer and Black Fox. ' Seim h:ng unusual in the animal ! kingdom has Just be, n killed by ; »*' «n, • K»lward hunters and brought h'-m- It is .1 d> « r pure white ir col -tue for two small black spots back of its ears The .mimai is a fine looking stag am] welch* about 20u pound* it has a magnifiera' pair of antlers The hunters were reticent as ! to which member of the camp cap tured this very unusual species, but it . is und, rstood that tirant S; rugtt,- of Btg Island was the luvkv shot. The .mimai was found tu the northern part ,,( Hastings or Unuex and Addirgion Another un is tal kill made bv one of the hunters was a bis. k fox. now a ry rat.- an, mal. who-.- skin is very valuable UI. too . »rrespomieave T»ir o^'su Glooe ! GARDEN. FABM and CROPS * SUGGESTIONS FOR THE ' UP-TO-DATE V FTfa [ ; i AGRICULTURIST V . Palatacc Food«. 1 To hav* paJa'abi*' and -rw* e • a proper rar*- and attentirri are )u*t a* « »s** iiiui in bar%ehtiii« and »torn* a> In cultivation Hoot» and vegetable», as rji*»y ar*- often hrown n a h»-ap prorniacuoualy about th» relia lo»e their fre»hne»e and flavor house cellars are t< r, soon Most for the of vegetables. an4 proper préservai 1 *t Is therefore advisable to store only a limited quantity for Immedla in the house, while the main ' J ! K • J * ' outdoor pit in a coo ce ir or Farmer's Home Journal. Coat of Calves. The roti their Aral troubles c at of calves ai wa id colt due t4 wlnte d dige ion, from chauging suddenly from succulent to dry feed. Bui a part is due to drinkin lit tie water, because water in winter always cold. If water, for youni an»* mats, wa» rd to a temperature near that of animal heat they would drink more freely, and their food Mild dl vest, instead of n'maiBlug In mich breeding disease away with constipation in young stock I and most of the difficulty in k«>eping them thrifty will be orercome.—Ept Do I tomlnt. Home Made Land Roller. (Jet four old mowing machine rollers and two mowing machine axb-s. Have the blacksmith weld them, which will tiiak»* the axle for the roller. It is and one-half feet long. r or the slats take oak scantling 2 l-4x 4 14. cut In lengths of 3 feet, 4 inches. Th»* slats are fitted around the wheels seven and fast»*ned with wagon tires at the end of »*ach roll instead of bolts. The i l rai » ,? 1« made of scantling three quar '" r «oortlHcd toother and fa». ... . . .... .on CM. bu >' for three times the money. It is *»»> runnln*. and .with ear. will last „ lifetime.—Charles A. Cmoselle, in the K^itomist i Good for the Goats. For about five years flocks of goats have been doing a good work on foul underbrush farms in Dearborn county this state When they clear up a farm In on» place they kre transferred to another in u»e neighborhood It only tak«*h f«fwmonth*, or a year at most, to clear up ofH* of th«*se farms, and then a neighbor take« the his farm. «hip that county ha now bought a flock of 40 gnat? to »lo tlx* work on his farm, and expect» to flock to cl«*an up Dr Tilley of Harrison town have it cleaned up in a year at most, possibly I sooner. Goats have long been not **d for thi» work, and are said to be worth many farm hands, for they do It thoroughly, ready for th»* plow. Indian.! Farmer, Value of Barnyard Manure. Harry Snyder gives the following valuations of barnyard manure based on chemical analysis: If applied to a worn out soil at the rate of eight tons per acre, the Increase in corn the first year will he twenty lo twenty five bushel» per acre This would be worth The next year the land will pro duce six bushels more of w heat, worth say $4.50. If yield at least a Inn more of hay. worth $5. Following the clover with wliea: again, a gain of eight bushels acre, worth $>; will follow Then will $7 ■eilcd to clover it would per come twelve to fifteen bushels more of oats, worth $3. The increase in the five crops, due to the dressing of eight toils of farm manure and the ! production of clover, is alone worth $25 making the value of ihi manure years. $ ' p* r ton distributed ov,-t fi» < ! Profit in Waste Places. Many poor soils, n on the farm, would t>econi»' profil able j if planted with the right kind of for | stony ridges, exhausted | washed hillsides need not be aband oned There Is money in most of \ them If they are set lo work i>rodur ing woodlots and forests. waste »pot» i est 1 re«*s. and car* d for in the righ Trees will often grow where grain and grass will- not Swamps. fields, and w a y But know! necessary, and I 1 - : - AM - an a bad gue— may be costly j I Many trees d well in their soils cone-beartng trees in particular. The farmer Is fortunate whose land Ita.- no poor spots. Pew landowners are *, well off Fertile acres are usually fair ly profitable but 'h. ,:ru».l ' ' !»m sy k—Bi Mnh) --»., - and ex ! hausted and eroded slopes ure noi ; Scarcely one of them need remain un productive They will grow timber I'tne. locust, poplar os.tg,- orange, oak. chestnut, or some other klpd But th, S °H must be studied and the species selected to suit, k'ailure might fol low the planting of walnut on soil ! suited to white pine, or vice versa, t.ars . Studies ot various regions and t that -tut Item have been made by th. Fores: Service :>• Washington K suits -tin! conclusions have Pen |>,tt tlshed. and may h.t,l for lit. asking The aim of th, -» studies ,.ns been to point out how the farms wa-'.- and ii.-el-c'ed cc-fners may be !u: w »K» i lots »»lier.- th" farmer tnay grow fcts ».wit post-, po!- s. fences and even sflwltg« lnd..i:t.» Farmer d into T I ■e to Water Hr«$ A horse » feeding, and tltjr of wate Quan after a h the fo< | »a» tak pi I pt it i K-sidi •pared for of c 'tim The arm hor and. unlik !ar ideas. j if you water a dinary way, lei he will, you ar de red horse oi warn foun This sur ü ho; fatigued, ys safe t | if this 1 * stable mud h< eat ha or an hour and be will not drln much as he would had noi given before. I >ffe d uaiei I y The dangei I drink if not restrained, dangerous time to give a h draft from fatiguing work and has i>ar taken of a meal s not in tne first swab I tow, as we often hear it asserted, but in the excessive quantities he will n e M a fui! i vhen he bas cooled down John Splan. the writes trainer. great As to water. I think that a horse hhould have ail that he at all times. wants Wh; w .! A man Kays: your horse you giv« race?' water before a Yes. before the* race, in the race, and after the race, and any oth er time that he wants to drink." When I way give your horse all the water h» wants before th»* race. I do no: mean that you shall tie him in a stall whore he cannot got a orink for fivo or six hours on a hot day, thon tak* him to th»* pump and giv« him all ho wants at m :«n«i What I mean is to afor often and. in that way, a small quantity Aft* r lotis;, contitunni.x . x» r.ion th* give him he will tak»* only at a time." system is Kica.ly do|d»!«d of fluid Nallirp rails for its rrplaoonirnt ami this is the cause of a thirst which is so tatoue .ha. it the animai s bo« .. . :l ' »"•' h « *V «Hak mnrh more than ho needs. The general custom, almost unl\«*i f"V—' ,,f "" - "" 11 " f, ' T ' Is not »<■!» nil".. ' • . ... : or 1 it ally a; tbla time there is no de " fl " ,d - consequently (he horse is not very thirst ;, and does not drink I apidly or exo sstvelv. and aocarei.t ' — .. method However, the write, much efei thi horse should hav< au opportunity to drink before the morn ing meal. Personally, I much prefer keeping ! horses, both Bummer and winter, in an open sh*»d. with a largo water tank in the yard, to tying them by the hea l • barn. This brings us to the ar- i rangement of farm buildings, which I hop«» to discuss in some subsequent paper An»**rlcan Cultivator in K W Culver M D C.. iu Farm Notes. .•mu I .i I.r a::, e : : , , ,• , It Is said that this year will he re corded as a banner year for dairying all over the United States. Wheat rust Is limii, d to no all the world over. I. .,»»:- for lb" compulsory • r. d n of weeds are now in force in tw ty-flve slates and territories ell If trails sie given a roat of crude petroleum before being put w ill prevent the metal from i n- in .: and preserve the wood uway It Tt Is estimated that In the United States this year 3,11)8.000 acres p.anted in lii-li poiato,-s. an in-r, a.-. over la-t y ear of 2 4 percent « !•• New York Is th** leading inn producing »:ate. with Penn.>vj\ ; 'ond Michigan third. Mali« f« h and North Carolina fifth in the list wheat i a The best ay to ventilate the cellar i- to have th,- »» indow s tint! do,!r - op en at night Instead of daytime course, this can not be done In Tr . z Ing weather, and at all • >: intes t here o he. out should be heavy screens ti rais. dogs and cat I' is said tha' the quail has . n known to destroy stxt, different kinds of weed seeds, and it I- ., fact that about percent of his food is made np from seeds that are harmful lu the farmer large numbers of injurious bugs. He also annual!» d,--::„» It : Is satisfactory for work stock, and fot beef or milk produr non and : give- good results when , fed to poultry The gTmin I« a rich feed, excellent for poultry hu< litt!. used for other feeding Cowpea bay is very nutritious is nearly .qua! to wheat Itra-t a- jiart of a ration When necessary t-o draw a nail or that is hard to start, very öfter a shat[. ,ap with a hammer will loot en It. Should this fail, put on kero sene oil and lei ii soak a while It is a good pia- to put a little llnsevd oil -ws and nail-- before- using for not only w !' th- » cuter th, »vood w!t'» less tore«, but easily . ?-cre' or. »ei an be dra«n. n on* UNIT RULE FOR TR«* OFOWT On« Inch In Four Y««r» I« th« twffi e»f Krtwft. An Inch in 'nur »mb t* the •• eut growth Known in the rae* «f trees. Fa -mers wad fruit »-*■ said •« hire no reitabe unit rui* govern them In knowing how long it 'aV»s far a tr*e to grow an !■<*. hs »oice ca-r:ire makor? bar* fo—g & to r. • ThAT epV* 4 about forty oi rO'.aTr* s pr^n.iLF*r. r Yghicle^ n-h** ova nif actor er» '-ha lr4 the.r «*oek from territory *&«(• htokory, white oa* ash and tvUp trnee irow ♦o ftoiert and expreos to th«** ghorf rr^c-R sect;ras of tbwwe wr>odi : Ta * it« *h-' odis and ends about their »hop* Theae w»re to be saierte! for thf average wid*h of growth and tht *.70 of each block was to be abe^j 11 -ne inch lengthwlss on* inch aero* and a fourth of an iroh thick. Th-r examined these blocks cart fu y aid ma^-ei on ra^h block | n'-b s^aoe acro%- th* 5 avera^t of gre* *Y.h lb* annular rinei| irt »heu counted the number » n tfce Ini h «pace on ear on« size They r 1 w. • and regiaterwd the total la ia] « hey <-ount«d th^sf^itc rt of each ofr of timber submitted*t Then thereon *.-> <•* a "b- om the ««veral kla* ** the -< wav thus aacert«V^k«ii • b -* « r\: : b-r ' years r« a C i rod for *«a h V ,.d * f *r» e to pr An inch g.m^rh on ouj reti resented, of course, twi,,.. swth to the tree one Inch. tide in< t. and result to »questionable seien*. fli jj Their general conclusion from four to fir* e to Inr-ease one ind authority, was that it take» eut tur »on years for a t Hickory trees varia r,.S*. according h * i diameter from 4.87 years to their location ass* or west of the At Oak required 4 r »S year •< ni** leg ban lee for the inch, ash and poplar fou ♦ j. rears -—Chiraso Tribune at ort |yh< THE ATTOMATIC SOrBRETTE. *1 suppose your play starts with h* caerns' i dusting the furniture an» 1 soliloquizing about the family affairs. 1 ' le» phonographic attachment." — Louli ville Courier-Journal. "No. we've cut all that »nit. st**a<j we have a vacuum leaner w : tl SM 1 Lm A CONTRADICTION. Col ''Judge." said the prisoner. 'T havée seen better day? 1 have never beforie ov*>n been thr»*atenod with arrest' jnit.>i "Your second a«aertion " answrçreé-r his honor, contradicts the first. 11 »hows you have never boon conneciciai »d »ifh a big rorpera-.ion or owne^iffpi ,la " ,—iYo«aFor ContnBag «rnoiiut of «»port an«l pleasure uut « .gapping, but considerable profit KT.V ,:»• tXshior, ha-..rdaord that ever» lady m *• ' " ascjwntly the demand 4 • ! r - fm™ ar- highei i IxmjuthLl KtTmakea»I»c5ty^f12S • Furs, and a visit to their fur room la an I t*-r.-ting «W»t, for her.-. an found fn TW 3721^,7 ' ountry m answer to their weekly prie} 1 '" k li8t «rhlch they hwne n«r Friday Thit pEcltiS Write fS? U** *'' ipper Up °" " P Mo1 --- * b*put ! lh " e . lau f B be8t ,loesn t hav V'»i " K ' ° n " m * • i rsis n* ida! ra SSPÜ » ap hg Dil.* k i> TI oo Red !.amo Rack I'restcrlptlon. Considerable discussion Is belnt caused among the medical fraternity i by the Increased use of whiskey foa i v lame back and rheumatism, almost Infallible cure when with certain other Ingredients taken properly, formula: prts ■.oi It Is tii,. mix«, lhe 1 "groi The follow ing Is th , an one ounce of Torls corapoiim l . ' ••«nd one „ur.c -y i ipSarsaparilla comj ' pound add on- half pint of good w key. before Ml 1 ;:t Take tn tablespoonfu! do*« each meal and before retll VI ing." lt is surely worth trying by an; one who may he affilcted. *' t jen emg r«.^| d. odu, ofl lener Price Advancing Slaughter of Elephant There is good money business: for y ears my inrome hs rohtt rur.red from $10 n, ü > 0 $ 20.000 a vealL t>a Year by year Brea st, adlly gi.ing up. he* price of ivory ii r is Ivory ha? recen^ so in • y been ?o!d in the London docks a^.; j n the record price f $453 per bundrc^ t ^ weight, and "cat points' for billiar-, bails bring $750 per hundredweight, o , e ra t $1 ruling Prrttv soo' reo times the quotation couple of deca*J ago. h ,'ev Ivor, wiit c-mmami $15.003 i ' -f * « « I will e p ous litt!« in Che market at that f ;vory, surh a- the world's gras i piano maker* I !$ R.g consumer i»e ! entier? brushmakers fhlc billiard ball turners, and so brvmnin* to wonder what must bf fire d ne about it . art. J. | Inist, Th« b .',-ird ha'! indus'rv takes th esta fin.st of a", ivory, and the tMoko„t s | n and soundest rarts of th» best tusk at that beli endi On!y five perfect balls cm, m an average tusk: so tha be eut fro ten balls «quai one elephant in. t * estimation of modern ci »filiation, he big warehouse of one firm thgl I know In Ixyndon I can show y o' 20.POO perfect ivory , worth $S0 orjn lying ; n a mongtron line. » ^ k» in le hoi -en r , billiard ballt NI ret in one corn*r —Everybody's Maglarks Way t , tumei It was his first en^a^ement. and l\, a j] was very nervös is. was CAUTIOUS. and rlt,sily A rJitira of hi in ihf 4 lino of fire ahead of hu^ a . vthen th#» buüftts beigen to fl the « hum brpan to 4iodfe. Thereupon the recruit ahouted. Wa: fiv nie C new ved * leavi I'a b^^ath Hey! Jim. don't .luck ▼e'"—niustrated Bit*.