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C.HRCOAL FOR HENS.
p jiemteu DIestleo amd Appetite ad Ld said to Stimulate Pa. duetlem of Egs. S hen in confinement must have W tmji feeding to keep her in health. :aa is cleansing to the system and ' olt. digestion and appetite. Asia d vice for securing charcoal from p* -. of any wood fre is quickly s. t o of a codfish box. 5o make the littie sifter shown in Sdrawing, pry the bottom from one q the 43 by eight-inLh boxes in which S HANDY CHARCOAL SIFTER SIs bought. Cut a piece of netting a worn-out ash sifter will do) lsa inches square. Tack thisover bottom of the box at one end, using pointed tacks. Bend the edges is seetting up against the box on the gigide, then tack the bottom of the box pin, letting it just cover the netting preject 4% inches or so beyond the This forms a handle, and a piece of pIased through two holes and tied irma a loop makes it possible to hang * the sifter. his sifter seems a small and alight but it works much better than a emV e into which several quarts of ewoould be dumped at once. Armed WO at old pan and a fire shovel, put Lgl.g i enly a few ashes at a time, the itms o the ash pan from our kitchen :g will yield over a quart of fine L-Orange Judd Farmer. TWO KINDS OF WEEDS. b 3ma. the other VesetaNe em the World Has N. Use Se& Either of Them. Burroughs somrewhere eall the tramps of the vegetable - The analogy is very It like the human tramp, these vagrants range from the good-for-nothing to the vicious. Sympathy or even for either is misplaced and ta meless. The tramp is in o ef the world's unfortunates jerata sort of pity ni due him Umle estate, but he cannot be back to self-respect and hon .! alms nor mawkish abilan l8s disease can only be cured To feed him without an at .the woodpile as a condition is to put a premium aupo It Is a fae and beauti to ee the sweet, young gtitvg a piece of bread and the unkempt bleary animal for a bite to assuage the er. and many a tender Ssays in a seifgratulatory ma who osrs a ticket for a it Paradise: "I never turn me away from my door." eelali- blessed thug for but it is not the best gift Siegat. Alams debases the eaksrms him in his weed Is no piLce in this good for weed whether two ma4 ed. The str~gse writes theer om th_., srvivre and fuply: er get out." ther our a e human prwsltee mut or emstence he the hing (which is admitted aaeption) or they must s that which is useful or World. NBE PAASTURE. sews L r ttiw A~mi ale~ .< Lana UbM. ~Rnemst m late i the usm.a ptaets hi! ortkhe ;4 the bees lad thorn amythiag to week Os. &rAInr Aamirnr It t e to take late vosgraw. !X the busy litte werkme i %%p6 but whbawe fil that all bm blag am dear Mon. with Mahe can ileaa to rrud labor Ia pW.Ytlag h . s Is this n-trm me is one that will amt amid eabs u . bea hat Alke ad Is west -n and -At .n raruvanatlo suet Sed. as..wsU t tl~ue fms 4IE wil be tasohf Ian he pluntad In ;7t peed -rop ft misS pahu. the bme cana ld Inthorerp.hs a d. tomriaee drt Bora I war m wbanem b ra* WshaepdautC --hat Se*emee rus * me -P-RadM the aewenoaseb aen 35,5 et the Liet lass. hfertile egg has been lnc-batng for even 24 hour, a small speck is visible, but it is not discernible in thick or dark-shelled eggs; but if the egg were broken open, it would be per ceved that. the aicle had enlarged, and radiatin from it would be a num ber of minute blood-vessels. On the third day these blood-vessels will have completely surrounded the yolk, and the small dark spot in the center will have developed into the eye or brain. The brain is the first part to take definite form. On or about the fourth day a respira tory membrane is formed, and the egg gdually increases in opacity until after the seventh day it is not prac Utcable to form any Judgment of the progress of the chick by means of light. By the tenth day the bones of the skeleton have begun to assume con sktency, the internal organs have a de cided shape, the heart is formed, and all vital parts are complete. On certain parts feathers are growing, and all de velopment from hence is rapidly car ried on. On the twelfth day heat is given out. and that is easily demonstrated t tthose who use incubators, as less heat is re quired to keep up the temperature, and it is generally necessar to move back the weight The chick reaches its perfect form on the fifteenth day, and from thence grows in size, until, on the nineteenth day, respiration through the lungs takes plance. Up to within a few hours of the exit of the chick from the shell, the egg bag-s outside the bird. Immediate ly before hatching it is absorbed into the intestines, and forms sumlcient sus tenance for the chick for 24 hours. Therefore, people should avoid attempt ing to cram the little birds until this time has passed, when, if they are healthy, they will help themselves read ily enough. If all has gone well the eggs will be gin to chip not later than the twen tieth day, and the chick leaves the shell unassisted in from 12 to 18 hours from after the first appearance of the bilL Bostoa Budget NEST FOR EGG EATERS Clever Cetrvaaee Which SrUpisee the Vielesu Hen and Usually Cures Her. The habit of eating eggs probably originates from a lack of bones, oyster shells, or other form of lime, and when once formed, it is almost incurable. The quickest cure is decapitation for the table, but oftentimes a fowl is too val. PREVENTS EGG EATING. uable for this treatment, and it may be *orth while to prepare a nest like the one shown in the illustration. The bottom of the nest is in two parts. The larger piece stands to the rear Just enough to cause an egg to roll down it. A glass nest -ugg is made fast to the lower plee to induce the hen to lay on the bare nest. When the hen has laid the _gg and turned around to peck it, she is much astonished to see it roll out of sgh. - . P. Wagner, Oraage Judd Farmer. POULTRIY YARD PICKINGL & Disease Is friendly to the drianing oauntain limed with green slime. The poultry raIser and his fowls m have plenty oa grit--nd that's no josh. Hems and puetsasyI lay as well wit out the attention at male bird as with 3. Ten ceots a pound Is about the aver age for hems in the market for the whole OC· dt the very best rations to feed the young chickens is coarly ground atver peara Wyaotbe are mak ing a reprattoa as layers. The Ham burg blood la them Is resposible for this. so doubt ,s will absorb levers almost as readily as ak does. This Tfht does not seem to be well ndeseteoo. but shoul be rem bered. Becsuse the hels begin to fall o in laying at this seaso do not forget to take god ease o them. They are sm ply tkingt a brief ret. Remember that to be a good eshbl tk bird ee mt but tng 1-d prfec y shaped. No poorly kept bird ever omem up to ths tw requirements. The best bree. d a fowls on eth, will preodme orly setab resttl. s If eleted. d a srabsok willn mre than pay Its wa iR gIve oeseliestious, ltatellige eam. Ngr. mag oor- the eereal publi is to reas that there is set as mgmchUgem5S Is brods Iat fowls as t s lan the pN! Vrh take arneon g . Mu dtr,.thod hmei his ,ear~i: VI .lolltrar M. *~~ ~ MA 9mb t ~~lt~irii~ ~ *I ·1~~ 1kdr STORY ABOUT GEN. FORREST. He was Omee Mouarnd as Dead Is a Plagne Visitatleo Antedating the Ctlv War. "One of the unrecorded incidents of Forrest's life, so far as I know, is the fact that his family mourned him as dead some years before the civil war broke out," said an old-timer who knew the dauntless cavalryman per sonally. "I remember hearing Gen. Forrest tell the story," the narrator re sumed. "It was before the war. At the time he was in the slave trade in Memphis. He made frequent trips down the river, buying siaves and sell ing them at a profit. He also bought considerable land in the valley. He owned a place in the bhite river bot tom and one on the St. Francis river at the time of which a speak. He was stocking them with sla--es. Cholera broke out among the negroes on the White river plantation when Gen. For rest happened to be there. He did not flee, as a less sturdy an 1 daring per son might have done. To go home meant to jeopardize his family. He stood his ground and fought the plague in the same vigorous style that he fought the Yankees. He himself escaped the plague, as he subsbequent ly escaped death many times in the thick of battle. His fazilly heard of the cholera epidemic and felt very un easy. Then one day they heard that Forrest had died. There were no rail roads in those days in tlat part of the south. Communication was slow and uncertain. They waited anxiously to hear from Forrest, but weeks passed and no comforting mess.ge came. It was apparently true that he had fallen a victim to the awful disease. The grief of his family was something in tense. They regretted the intrepid na ture which in subsequent events made the man great. He shotrld have lost his slaves and saved his own life. But it was foreign to his rature to run from danger. He was ne-'er known to run, except in pursuit of the enemy. His wife .nd children donned mourn ing, believing that he was dead. He fought the plague, ministered to sick slaves, no doubt saved the lives of many, and the disease, ar if afraid to encounter such a foe, never seized him. One day he opened the door of his home and walked in. Ging straight to his wife's chamber, hr. stepped in. He saw a disconsolate woman gazing sorrowfully into the fire. ?ie called her name. She bounded to h.. feet, looked at the robust form of her husband, her face ashen In hue, and Mfll in a dead faint in his arms. Subse4quently he got a severe scolding for ktr-ping his fam ily' in such suspense, and he would laughingly remark that Mrs. Gen. For rest was one general whom he could not cope with. Forrest told his story to Maj. Albert Wilkins, a prominent man in eastern Arkansas, who was his personal friend. Althourh a child, I remember it distinnctly.'--N. O.Times Democrat ATLANTA'S NOTED LANDMARK. The House Where Gen. Sherman Pltamned Hi Mareh I. the Sea to Be Tern Dews. The Leyden house, one of the most historic landmarks of Atlanta, is go ing to give way before the general wave of prosperity that has been sweeping over Atlanta. In the antebellum days the Leyden house was the home of the family whose name it bears. It was one of the handsomest residences m this section of beautiful homes, andl there the wealth and culture of tke state were frequently assembled. During the siege of Atlanta the house was several times struck by fed eral ballets, and the Iarge trees which to-day stand in the front yard and which must be removed for the new house was struck by a federal cannon ball and its top was cut of When Gen. Sherman marched into Atlanta at the head of the northern army he selected the Leyden house for federal headquarters, ard during the summer of 1864 was quartered there. It was in the old resacence that the famous "march to the sea" was mapped out and the plans laid for its successful conclusion. Brcause it had been headquarters, It was one of the few buildings which were rpared when Sherman applied the torch to Atlanta and left it in ashes Sinee then other and perhaps finer homes have been reared in the immedi ate vicinity of the old Leyden housaE but none of them has :ucceeded in obtaining that aitr of comfort and lux uriousness which surrounds the old place. With its columns and verandas It is typical of the style of architecture that -rwas popular in the routh before the war, and it seems to have brought the charm and memor-le of that pe riod through the hustle and energy of the forty years or more that have passed since it was irst erected. The Leydon house has been pointei out as a curiosity and a landmark to visitors in this city to more than thirty years, and more thrn one north merer has gone home again with all else obliterated from his mind's- eye save this one bit of antebellum pride and spirit sad culture that has stood almost It the heart at tLe Gate city &tlaata Coastitatlio. Ths aMd that is pae elevated and in hat with prospeity, and cat down by ad wey, is uraally abjct sad baae.-Xi Awean's mirrr herta.tesdaats -Fhil Pn* ruti p,1an -~"- - HER FIRST FAMILY FUNERAL. Somethlar Entirely New to the Widow and It Made Her Nerveos. The afternoon wa. hot and sultry. Every passenger in the waiting train was mopping his brow and wiabing that the train would hurry out of the station, says the Chicago Inter Ocean. The oppressiveness was made doubly op preesive by the entrance of a woman in deep mourning. "I'd tuink she'd melt under that hot veil, whispered one girl to another. Al" eyes centered on the woman of sote row. The somberness of her garb made the train seem almost sepulchral. IBut the worst was yet to come. A man who had been no ticed as her companion had stopped at the cooler to get a drink. T'he woman quietly arose, stepped into the aisle, and called to the man: "Felix. don't forget the body. It'd be an awful joke if the train got to Calvary and him not aboard." Everybody in the car shuddered. Them she turned to a woman sitting behind her and said: "It's my husband. It's the first time I ever had anything to do with this kind of a thing, and it makes me nervous." The Queatlem Anawered. Estill Springs, Tenn., Aug. 24th.-Many questions are being asked of Mr. C. D. Holt of this place in regard to his wonderful re covery. For two years he has been down with his back. He was so very bad that he could not even lace his shoes, and from this con dition he suddenly appeared well and strong as ever. It is no wonder therefore that his friends are asking him "How did you do it'" He tells them all: "Dodd's Kidney Pills did it," and adds "This remedy is a genuine good medicine and one that I can heartily. recommend to everybody. "Everyone around here knows how very bad I was. I was so weak in my back that I couldn't do anything that needed stoop ing or bending over, and three boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills made me as you see, as well as ever I was." "They certainly had a wonderful effect on my case." Wife (in her latest d.rew from Paris)- "Harry, what's the difference between a '_own and a 'creation'!" Harry-"l can't give the exact figures, but it' a small f'. tune." -Punch. Empire State Express in Foot-Bal. The New York Central's Empire State Express is recognized as the swiftest and surest train operated by America's greatest railroad, and considered the very best means to cover the ground in the time lequired. It is for this reason that the Harvard Uni versity football team named their best and surestplay of the season of 19M the "Empire Btate Express," for they believed it to be the most reliable play in their programme. It was successful throughout the season until it met Yale's " 20th Century Limited" play, which was Just as swift, sate and sure, butisladlonger endurance and was "limited" only by the sise of the field. The names of the rival teams very correctly describe the difference in the famous trains, the `"Empire State" running only from New Yozk to Buffalo, while the "20th Century Limited" makes the 9l0 miles between New York and Chicago in twenty hours every day of the year. Great is the New York Central and great are the trains it operates-swift, safe and reliable.-Frv I.he Broeklyn S&tadard Uatoe. _ Stranger-"I would like to have a tooth pulled." Dentist--"A man who would like to have a tooth pulled must be a lunatic. Guess you'd better go to the nearest asy lum."-Boston Transcript. There's Something Delng on the line of the M.. K. & T. R'y, and we shall be glad to send you attractive pamph lets which convey to you the posibilities for money-making, on receipt of two-cent stamp for postg e. Address, "KATY," Suite C, St. Louis, _o. Poverty is a tonie that the self-made man is generally free to recommend for some other fellow's boy.-Chicago Record-Her iad. Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble remedy for coughs and colds.-N. W. Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900. "Jack told me that I was not like other girls." "That's what he tells all of us. lie's read somewhere that all women are differ ent."-Louisville Times. Steps the Cough and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents The reason why so few marriages are hap py is because young ladies spend their time in making nets, not in making cages.-Swift. Opium and Liquor Habits Cared. Book fre, B. .L Woolley, M.D., Atlanta,Ge. The most amiable people are those who least wound the self-love of others.-Bruy. Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more goods, brighter colors, with les work than others. Wey is a good friend of the under kear.-Chiea. Dily News. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Cenuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. ouss UesSlW.au1so. w ' ., - - -r, /I ulmim., a Urn i *i a Uii OtM stW H aAOH FREE PROOF FORBIDS DOUBT. GAmxs, Pa., August f, e9o;--" I received your sample of Dean's Kidney Pills and since have taken two boxes, and I can truthfully say they are as good as they are recommended" to be. When I began taking them I could not bend my back enough to pick up a stick of wood-sometimes could not walk or move my feet-bad two doctors but did not get relief. I saw your ad.. and got r trial box and have taken two besides, and I am able to do a very hard day " work. Doan's Kidney Pills are a God-sead to humanity."-Mrs Eu.a A. Marrison. Games, Pa., Box x36. The great fame ofa OaL.sm.NouLLMarch l, Dean's Kidney Pll Is p sIS.--"TheismpleofDona'e ,on by the wondroa l idney Pills came to and. power of the free trial toT I also got one S-eent box pdemonstrate surprisln ta frotm our druggist, and I am meritm p acr.. the sma of my back P-lls. Pdisa I ared like a snow bank I w aa s dens. In hot s Doan's Pille Aching backs are eaed. a aeavew ereach the .-" Hip. back. and loin ains . WARP overcome. Swelling of the limbs, dron.n ig ad Cassas, Wro.-"Previous rbeumatic pilo raish. v AM to taking the smpe et They correct urine with' Doan' Kidney Pills I could brick dust sedimenlt, h glah P.O. scarcelyboidmy urinLe Now colored, pan in passing I can sleep all night and dribbling, requency, bed TAT to a wetting. Doan's Kidney Kills. of t b at that aching screwm) mY remove calculi and aveL rr- m . I a little above my hp, i Relieve heart pelp tation, spcses t suocea, wite adder e Cgon,". sleeplessmess, head ache, rate .sup IsAAc W. 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It is especially suited to sick and well babies. Cress care should be used in due time t prevet an trouble. WIhe Neadsd.-Mcaee'. Baby EliIr teas lates the stomach and bowels corrects sio Stomach. caes Diarrhoea and Summer Coon plaint. corrects Idigestion pre-ea fanmer tatio J f ood in stomach and bowels. Bamr tEdr will carry your baby through t -as s teething period; preves sad cures fretalmess and feverishness; isures saturas rest and seep. Mc~.'s BaLr EAE. -o harmless it aboal be used freely to prevent diseases as well as to cure. R can sever do anything but edoo. odo sot hesitate to use It If there are any sd.gn that baby's digestion is out of order. Keep os baby's bowels is good order to insure ealth. McGee's Be11, . fr.--Just as ood in wisat assmmers alsorecmeandedtodelicatewomes or sick stomach. Price. 25 and SO. The Mayfeld Medicine Mfg. Co.. I noeIs. 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