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HOODWINKED DULL IS SAFE
Leather Device Can Bo Put Over Eyes
f Ugly Animal, Giving Good
Ventilation and Light.
The following description nt a hood
for n tin 11 tlmt has become, brcachy
In written by a contributor fo Hoard's
I Kot ft flank of leather for about
$1 IT), took a Kood !)vc-rli halter that
fit (you run vtry tbo size), cut th
front, 13 1m he;J at lop by 8 inehes at
bottom and 12 inches long; two nido
pieces 8 Indus wide at top by 6
finches bottom, 12 Inches long; cut
front of side pieces square, back on a
miter. Put inside of leather together,
black side down of front und up of
side, rivet about three-fourths of an
Inch from edge with copper belt riv
ets and burs long enough to rivet -well,
und Indies apart center to center
(as he will try It severely).
The hood will stand open like a
box at corners over his eyes, glvliiK
f;ood ventilation ami some light. Klvet
back of side pieces to Hide strap of
lialter between the iins, make a loop
around bark of upper ring and rivet;
rivet a ftrap to lower corner of side
jiif-cc; river bottom of front to noso
piece of halter.
The drawing shown how it la used.
Those who have tried it recommend it.
KICKING COW IS ELIMINATED
Rods Arranged In Manner Shown In
Illustration That Will Do Away
With Vicious Animal.
Draw the rods out, lead the cow In.
from behind, place the rods in posi
tion again, tie the cow to manger
post and go to milking. The cow
can't kick, says a writer In the Farm
Stop Kicking Cow.
and Fireside. I am using one of
these devices and find it a pleasure to
milk now, when I was always In fear
Trie Kerry Cow.
The Kerry cow Is u light framed
row of varying size., but generally
smaller tlyin tho Ayrshire. She is
black in hair. Tho Dexter, although
derived from the same stock, is rjaiite
different, being thick and blocky, and
in color may be either black, or red.
Hot h of tbse cattle are particularly
good dairy cows, doing well In mod
erate feeding and giving surprisingly
large quantities of milk, very rlck.
Many Kcrries give quite as rich
milk as Is produced by the Jersey.
Tho Kerry does not fatten kindly un
til she bus reached full ttgre, bvit the
Dexter may bo fattened younger.
Does Silage Affect the Flavor?
Have you noticed anything differ
ent in the flavor of the milk since you
began feeding silage? If there Is any
change at all the flavor w ill be a lit
tle more pleasant, says O. E. Heed,
head of tho dairy department at tho
Kansas State Agricultural college. Hut
If the silage Is allowed to ferment too
long and then fed, the milk will have
a taint much like that noticed when
weeds are oaten lu the summer.
Ground Grain Is Best.
If a farmer who Is really trying to
learn how to conduct his business
most economically will make a common-sense
test during a season of,
my, six mouths, feeding a portion of
his cows ground grain, and tho same
number whole grain, noting the dif
ference In milk How, he will then
come pretty near knowing tho truth.-
Profits From a Creamery.
The total protlts from a creamery
tvlil depend largely upon the amount
pf crtam that can be bought. If the
factory can be run at its capacity, It
will be much mora proiltahln than If
f lily half the amount of cream desired
Warmth Is Necessary.
Warnlli i us necessary In a dairy
l,t the winter as cold la lu the buiu-rier.
IMPROVEMENT IN CITY MILK
Restoration of Sale to Bottles lr, Chi
cago Has. Been Means of Lower
ing Infant Mortality.
Kf-Rhlctin- the Knlo of mlik to bot
tles, In the city of Chicago, has been.
lno means of Improving the quality
and lowering tho infant mortality.
The new cliy ordinance which went
Into effect In 'Jhle:igo tho first of thin
year requires all cows to be' tested or
the milk pasteurized, and the result
of thtt) nieaiiurA is expected to be most
beneficial to the consumer. In co
operation with the weeding out of In
sanitary milk rooms In the city a
campaign Imt'Kjnralofl by the authorities--marked
Improvements pre look
ed for In the quality of milk sold to
".Mtlk bottled In the country," Is a
slogan whli h linn been extensively
employed by deaicrn. I! hni; ineren
vert the sale oT milk delivered In this
manrr and arncd for CMeno the
distinction of li.ivi-ig the supply bot
tled in the country instead of in the
city as is the cane g!-n vi.Ily.
The Inspection cf retail milk r-'Ciia
In Washington, I). ?., requires mote
time and labor thai in older cities
of like Hi.e because the number of
small deah-rs Is lai;..-. Owing to the
limited volume of business bandied,
many i,f these miik rooms are inler
mliigli d with domestic and business
life, which, compared with other cit
ies, mltiiit be considered a prominent
fault. Cieneru! conditions, however,
thow a steady Improvement, and tho
efforts of the health department are
jnetting with success.
CONVENIENT TRUCK IN BARN
Dairyman Cannot Afford to Slight Any
Implement That Will Lighten His .
Labor Car Is Handy.
No dairyman can afford to ignore
that which will lighten his labor la
any way whatever. Ite his stable ever
so conveniently constructed, he has
enough to do. limit; the importance
of his considering the truck or car
Convenient Truck In Earn.
presented in the cut, for which wo
are Indebted to an exchange. Made
of good lumber, the only iron ubout
It is the- handle at each end by which
to draw or push it, and the straps
which nre screwed against the ends,
engage the ends ef tho axle outside
the wheels and are screwed flat
tgainst the bottom of the truck.
MILK STRAIN OF SHORTHORN
Found Excellent Breed Where Dairy
ing Is Not Specialized and but
Few Animals Kept.
Where dairying is not. specialized
but a few cows are kept to supply the
household with milk and butter, and
to give an abundance of good milk
for family use, the milking strain of
Shorthorns finds its place. This breed
has, in Canada, been bred for beef so
exclusively that the milking qualities
have suffered; but there are great
possibilities In this fine type of cat
tle, with their placid disposition and
general good health. They are grow
ing In favor with dairymen. The
male calves can be reared for beef,
and, If anything happens to the cows
they can be easily made ready for the
Tho Shorthorn is of English origin,
Is above tho averngo In size and
weight, and gives a medium Cow of
standard quality milk. She may bo
white, red or roan, or a combination
of any of these colors.
Don't let the butcher get good, de
sirable heifer culves.
A good supply of pumpkins will now
be relished by tho dairy cattle.
Cold fall rains will cut down tho
milk flow unless tho cows aro pro
tected. As a rule, cows should be bred so
they will freshen once la twelve
Skim milk Is such a necessity cn the
fwm that no dairy farmer can afford
to be without a separator.
Tho milk vessel should be smooth
on the Inside. There should be no
crevices and cracks that are difficult
Better dairy farmers as well as bet
ter dairy cows are necessary before
dairying reaches the plana which It
One way to set a good example for
the young fanners In your neighbor
hood Is to keep pure-bred dairy cattle
nd keep them right.
Tho beat of feed will not ninke a
Kood cow out of a poor one, but Indif
ferent feed Is sure to make a poor
cow out of a good one.
It pays to begin Btabling the cows
when tho nigUts first oecome chilly.
They can shiver off a tot of lulllc and
l-uttcr-fut In a short time.
Mrs. Llpplncott Gives the Inside Facto
of Her r;.
Mrs. M. E. Mpplncott, of rhilndM
phli mude a dl3cloure on June 1,
which should be rend by every man
snd woman. Not only that, but Mrs.
Mpplncott says that everyone should
hear of the wonderful history of this
particular case and profit as sbo did.
Here is the r.tory In her own words:
"About one month ago I was at
tracted by your advertisement In a
local newspaper on the merits of your
"Having at that time a very annoy
ing eruption on my face I purchased a
cake of the Iteslnol Soap, anj before
It was half used the eruption disap
peared entirely, the oh! skin peeled oil
and fresh new skin formed.
"I wish to thank you for placing
within reach no meritorious nn article,
which I do not hesitate to recomi.isnd
to my friends "
Not only is Jtepinol Fonp hW'hty ef
fective In removing nkin affections,
but rtesinol Ointment has no equal In
relieving eczema, scalds am burns or
tiny form of erurjtlve skin disease, as
tetter, ringworm, barber's Itch, erup
tions of poison Ivy, stings of poisonous
Insects, pimples, rash, sunburn, prlck
'.y beat, chaOny;. Itching, blackheads,
bolls, scalds, burns, etc. Reslnol
Ointment cornea In opal Jarc at fifty
cents and a dollar. Sold by all drug
gists. Sample sent free If you men
tion heading of this ad. Reslnol
Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md.
LOOKING AFTER THE DETAILS.
Dings Winps would hot propose to
bis girl until he got out In a boat
lilngs He stutters and didn't want
her to have a chance to get away.
"Six months ago 'there w as another
outburst of optimism as naive as
though tho world were still living In the
neuumentul era of glass exhibitions.
Since then there has opened another
era of political earthquakes and con
flagrations, and the area of disturb
ance continues to extend. Before the
Tripoli problem has been safely liquid
ated or the peace of the Balkans is as
sured, we have the outburst in China
of an Insurrection which may change
the face of the far east and give an
Incalculable Increase of force to all
the Impulses set moving by the tri
umph of Japan. All we can be certain
of In the region of world rolitks is
that nothing is certain. Do we need
further lessons to convince us that
the peace of civilization Is founded
upon the crust of a volcano?" asks
tho lyindon Observer.
Only Relief from Terriblo Suffering.
Thomas E. Vest, 1505 So. 12th St.,
Terre Hauto, lud., says: "I had no
control over tho urine and the pain
when voiding was eo great, I often
screamed. I grew
worse and lay In bed
for weeks, tho only
relief coming from
hypodermics. I was
treated by three phy-
fnt.. n ..1.U l1n
X and the last one said
i,' nn oDeratiou wp
necessary. I there
upon began uulng Doan's Kidney Pills
and passed a gravel stone as large as
a pea. The next day I passed two
more and from then on Improved rap
Idly until cured."
"When Your Back Is Lame, Remem
bertho Name DOAN'S." DOe.allstorea.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Corrected His Veracity.
James Papa, I ain't got no sirup.
Father John, correct your brother.
John (leaning over sud peering Irjo
.lames' plate) Yea you la. Harfut's
A USEFUL XMAS GIFT
for man, woman or child Is a Rood
fountain pen. Waterman's Ideal Is
the best pen made and the two that Is
most imitated, therefore luilst on the
genuine. Sold by all goul doulera.
"Did the singer sueceed In petting
-what suited ber In n apurtmeutf"
'Oh, yes. She teUl me she had a
suite thing In A fltit."
W-MM I I
n a l n n if t
IHACf Mini IJbJJiirHS Il!f1!A
GENTLE IN REPROOF
General Lee's Real Kindnrts cf Seart
Made Manifent on Such
There are pome new, or, leant, un
familiar tories of Hubert K. I.ee In
Gamaliel Itnulfcrd, Jr.'s articles on
"Io After Mm War" lu the South At
lantic Quarterly. Lee's methods of re
proof were peculiar to him. A slu
isnt v.zz enr called to account for
absence. "Mr. M , 1 am glad to see
you better," Leo said to him, smiling.
"Hut, general, I have not been sick."
"Then 1 am glad you bave better news
from home." "Hut, general, I have
had no bad neiis." "Ah, 1 took It for
granted that nothing less than sick
ness or distressing news from homo
could have kept you from your duly."
In ttio same vein was his remark to
a student who had been late for pray
ers. "Mr. Page, will you kindly give
my compliments to Miss and ui,k
her If she will please have breakfast a
l.;tle earlier for you?" To a negligent
student ho said: "How is your moth
er? I am sure you must be devoted
to her; you are so careful of tho
health of J;cr son."
Summoned to Lee's office, a lad was
told that only patience find Industry
would save him from failure In col
lege and in lire. "Hut, general, you
frilled," the student replied, with
sophomore inaptitude. "I hope that
you may be mere fortunate than 1,"
was tho quiet answer.
Tat That. Mi-Cinly Is a Hue fellow.
Mick Is he?
Pat lie Is, Indeed. Great friend of
mine. Did ye notice how heartily bO
shook hands wld me?
Mick I did.
Pat Oreat friend of mine. He
wasn't satisfied wid shaking wan hand.
Pat He grabbed both my bands
fine fellow grabbed both my bands.
Mlck Yes; I suppose he thought
his watch and chain would be Bafer
T.pwIh' Sinaie Fonder prives the srookrr a
rich, mtiloA- tasting 5o ciirur.
I am more and more Impressed with
the benevolence of the poor who out
of their bounteous penury glvo the
rich their opportunity.
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AXegctable Preparation far As -
fr: similating Hie Food and Regula
'i ! ling the Stomachs and Bowels cf
3 1 T n-. i- fi r i
nessanilKestConlainsneilher Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Frpt cfvhi DrSAHUlfmtt
hnm $'4 -
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
lion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms Convulsions .Fcvcriah
nc5 and LOSS OF SLEEP
Tac Simile Signature of
The Centaur Company,
C"GuarnteeJ under the Foodar
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
;i i)eupi.e8r trm WWWlrWWt "Mr.--ttHmmtrm -rmxrsi Vtw-m
Color more Koottsbrif'htf rand .'vstrr colore tt: an any other dse. O-.elOc raikatrc cot a!1 f Wrt They d vein rM wererthn nvothr(ve. Yfartv
deany K.inr.rul wit tn:t r-iittiK apart, Wnta lor tpre iHklt tlow (o I'yf. !U-jK-h nti.i Mm Color. MOlOt G COMPANY, uincy.
i Many a tyiv c)esn't realize that be
might her made good as a fiction
writer until ho hears some cf his love
lccs-rs read In court.
Con.ip.ition causes many serious dis
e;isnj. It is thoroughly cured by Doctor
l'ivrce's l'leii'iiiit Pelleli. On a laxative,
three lor cathartic.
Kvwo a man ho Is KoJ for nothing
Is apt to look good to some woman.
Sirs. WNihIow's ft.HttHlnir Prmp for tkttctvell
telhlTt(T. HiiileuH tht) k. r4ilCtfM lufltimib
itauv ia.jrH (jktu,curiM wtud co. lu, ia6c a butti
Many a small bottle has developed
lwto a family 5ir.
The atUfinit qtialitv in Twis' $iu,;l
DmvU-ra touii;! in :k other Jo cijir.
Many a man could lasu his reputa
tion and never misa It.
io in an a ever ninia um m- nis,ft a a r frvr
.... . : ' ..
a woman iinoui a ,un. i - ,i Tv
Br. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
! the be ol all mwllatne for t mire ol diew,
ditrdcr- snd -rei.i-ei- rwuIJar mnwn, It U live
ocly prertaralirm or" it kind drvnej by a rr-rfwlitrty fradu
ed phyicln en erporicaced erd ekitled ipeciiit In
the dieaes of womea.
It ii safe medicine In may eon.fiiloa ol l!e (ytm.
TTH- pyp. PFMrnr wWch oont.in. no alcohol
and oo injurious buhif-forroiijj drug and wttluk
ercetee no crarinf for such stimulant.
THlfNT PrMFDY SO food that h.
sue not tirid to jpilnt ls ercry inr!lcnt on
eaob ouUldo boCla-wrapper aotl atfeat ta its
Irut.hfubieia of the same under o!hw
It 1 sold hy medicine deaWt everywhere, end any defttnr who hntn't it ttrn
tt it. Ion't tnko a htitiife of unknown composition for this motiifine of
snown composition. No counterfeit is a food aa the (emiioe id the druf
Kho ta-ft something die it "ju.t a good as Dr. I'ierceV is either tniMolKrv
or is frying to deerive you for his own aelfinh benefit. Sech man is rot to
trusted. lie h t.-If!;"j tv!;h your tr.ot pric.-'?s p'irssinn your hri''S
ewy be your life itself. Set tkat yarn get n-fiat you ask for.
No Soap There.
It was a modern version of !hrt an
cient saw that shoemakers' children
g- barefoot.. A ten-year-old boy bad
presented himself at the settlement
playground coated with many laeis
of city soil. The teacher lost i,o time
in adminls'erli-g a reproof.
"Oe, how can I help It," sniffled the
poy, when me mother's a washwom
an and tuket; afi the. soap away wid
"Why did you leave the place In
which you were previously employed?"
asked the head of the firm.
"I think," caid the applicant for the
position of office boy, "de boss was
afraid If I stayed I might git his
Stella If the third finger Is for the
wedding ring, which la for divorce?
Hella The finger of scorn. Judge.
Never fear to bring the sublimest
motive Into the smallest duty and
the most Infinite comfort to the
smallest trouble. Heber.
In Hard Luck.
Hewitt You are always broke.
J i-witt I know it; I could't raise
the" wind with an electric fan.
fias glories in ra;
persecution, as a
it- t i i i
r: i nan
f S ! ;
For Infants and Children.
Tho Kind Ycu Have
u For Over
! Thirty Years
17. L. DOUGLAS
2.50, 3.C0, 3.50 & 4.C0 SHOES
All Styles, AU Leathers, All Sixes and
Width, for f.U'n and Women
TH STANDARD OK Ql'ALlTY
FCR OVER 30 YEARS
Tli' workmanship which has m.tdeW. L.
Dcuaj shoes famouj the world over is
maintained in every pair.
If 1 could Uke you inlo my large fad ones
N firoclton, Mass., and show you how
carefully W.L.Doulas shoes are made, vou
would then realize why 1 warrant them f
u..i I .t. . -i r.. i i i. i .. i v.
u iimu uku suajjc, ui nun hxk uener ana
wear longer than other make fot the price.
CSUTION Th " w. i.. i.m.ki
7 vj.JLHJ.nama aji.l prl-ealaniiwd an boltoia
Siioo bant livery whore All CiiaT-ws Frepaid.
iw I urrr ay M all. It W U 1 1 u- f
1U ft.a&re tr.tt K1.1 In Veil lu-K.:i.l ,.r.-t la
ttl n.o.lrl; ,iMltt ,11.0 u-Kirr.1:
ot mini .'!. I iu A. lariiMl aJk,
V ai la IA wwHU.
lllwai.raKcl C'MtHloi Fraa.
W. 1 UU UL..
144 bftd k St., Br. Ho,
I . V
A new association prnpesi-s to bave
all Americm rnilroads lined w!t
flowers and hedges, but what cur
railroad rights cf way really m-.-d
to be linel with feather bed-;. V. I. a
Rrmd woiild it do anybody to fa 1 cu
a pansy when trains collide? Detrit
"Why muht yo,i InvaMahiy taKe
taxicab when you have teen dr!i;iw
"The bl'.l always sobers me Instant
h ft hTr ylll, btltthmt'i whnt John KTtirW! rf
Tfcs Silver Ccpf
Altera UfTernnttt. fi
iT Mi fi'f l'.JiO m. a im fri
h .skfitrtvan ua MikUitoVjA aa
Fro lnniv.t? of tft
fcr-v nmi atljo'itiTitf r
ftnpttoii of I iO Hi rt (fct
111 tit? tnice t district.
fnat frlientt iw-tl it
very lM"--t , rntlw fl t
It tint, hatldiot; lanitwr
"ht'Up. f uel ay to sc-t r-l
rt-H--itiiile In jiri t w:it
v4mi!v prorarcd, uuxo
I;irini,:iS A Hilt rr;,
S n &3 t'i L'tt p..i fr Mi
tlcrncut, ptt'-:T' iw railwstf
rtt'4, d--r. pl TO 1 itB.reVia
iicai Ion 't rtn'l o?mt Jb
lt n, l-i l-ip l cf lTi.w.(:ni.- ,
(i.i;ici, 'Jl-n..cr?c 'y;: iuuniit n
Live Stock and Miscellaneous
In great variety for sale
at the lowest prices by
WESTERN .NEWSPAPER IMOV
il-S31 W. Adtmt St, CHICAGO
I 1 1 cl this ppcr jjc-
any tiling aoex
baed ia its columns should ias:d vtpum
having what they nsk foe. rciuuag &U
subihtutes ot imiL&boos.
OLY 1J0USCE3 6AMI PEICS
"DEflAHCE" IS Sort ft Oft UliiUjmr'
I HAIR BALSAM
1 lmm.ilM ft hls.u-.A:il frvwiii
Hir to Its Yeutfilul Ctvi,-,
llld TEfiD titS
tnsiu-n 1' iMjk-, irtnr. itt,:
u4 rcjrvu4xa JboM ti.tij
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Thoirpson's Eya Xh&r
W. N. U., ST. LOUISNO. 49-1911.
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