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A SIMPLE WAX PRESS. Where Thar It Not Much Wax ta ' PreM It Is All Right. There is a little kink I parctlce In rendering old and black combs. I used the Swing extractor: and after all the wax had run out possible from the extractor the refuse was dumped! teaming hot, into a burlnp sack, thft ark being tied up cIoho to the alum gum. The bug was then hold by one .; 3 &'4r,i The Press In Use. pprson. and another aiiplled the pres sure. While under pressure, Just about as much wax ub squeezed out at came from tho extractor, says Bee Culture, and the pressure was ob tained very cheaply. Two Btlcks were nulled together at one end by p. leath er hlnne, tho other ends used as han dles, when a mlKhty pressure could be brought to beur on the hot refuse. The one who held the sack kept twist ing, and the squeezer kept squeezing, so to apeak. FEATHERING OF CHICKS. It Is Exhausting Growth and Healthy Feeding Is Necessary. The sooner the young chick devel ops bis feuthers and gets rid of hid down the better. The time at which the chick is putting out feathers la considered a crisis In his life. It Is therefore necessary to give him nutri tious food so as he can build the feutherB as soon as possible. A part ration of meat dally is very good to help him in this work, which comes bb an extra strain at this time. The fact thut some chicks feather too rap Idly Is a cause of weakness with them. There it no other way to do thnn to give the very best food that can be given, those feeds rich in body build ing material. Skim milk Is good. Itut feeding of corn mcul la com mon on some farms, the young chicks being given a very large amount of this kind of food. With corn meal, raj's I'rnlrle Farmer, the chick has to digest a great deal of food to get tho amount of nitrogen needed for tho building of the feathers, and the feath erB aro rich in nitrogen. One of the best feeds at this time la outmral. r f POULTRY NOTES. Keep poultry houses clean and or derly. A pound of poultry can be growti at legs cost than a pound of beef, und is worth more. : In setting hens, It Is very lmportapt to provide dry earth, mixed with lico powder, In the bottooi of tho box or barrel- Feed your poultry on ra onions, chopped fine, mixed with other feed, once a week. It L- better than a dozen cures for cholera. Many young ladles who aro seeking aliuatlons os clerks, teachers or sales ladies, can find nioro prolltahle aud healthy employment In raising poul try. Sour milk and butter milk aro ex cellent food for all kinds of poul try, especially turkeys, ducks and neesc. When thickened with shorts, '. ran or meal, It Is a very nourishing diet for young fowls. Give' the boys and girls an .Interest In tho poultry yard. Let them have a share of the profits, to clothe them aelveB with. It will tench them self reliance, business methods and prove a powerful Incentive in keeping them at homo. Quantities of chickens are count ed on that never hatch, every spring for want of a little common sense In this very thing. A simple nest of liay or shavings on a bare floor will not answer. The hen who steals her nest knows how to do It and hutch ten out of every' dozen eggs. I'rovldo something to hold tho heat under the gs while the hen leaves the nest to feed, and make It easy for the hen to supply her want without absenting herself too long from the nest. In diana Farmer. Save the feathers; geese feathers are always: high and duck feathers are worth almost as much. Turkey tall feathers bring from 30 to 40 cents per pound, being used In making feather dusters. Even colored chick en feathers are worth saving, al though they sometimes get down to Ave cents per pound. White Plymouth Rock feathers have brought 28 cents per pound. In picking chickens, sus pend them so you can stand up, and have a barrel at your side to drop In the clean dry feathers. Facing the HI vet. Hives should never be faced to ward the north. In northern lati tudes, a northern exposure In winter Is almost sure to result In the loss of the colony, from the rigorous north wind blowing In at entrance, end the' confinement of the beet caused by the entrances being shnd ed on mild, runny days when the beo.i In hives facing southward fly freely. 4 ' . A Wonderful Restoration Caused a Sensation In a Pennsylvania Town. Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland, Fa- says: "Three years ago I found thut my housework was becoming a bur den. 1 tired easily. bad no ambition and was fading fast. My complexion got yel low and I lost over CO pounds. My thirst was terrible, and there was sugar in the kidney secretions. My doctor kept me on a strict diet, but aa his .nedlclno wus not helping mo, I bct,an using Doun's Kiduey Pills They helped mo at once, and soon all traceB of sugar disappeared. I have regained my former weight and am perfectly well." Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box, FoBter-MUburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y. It's tough even on the six-footer when he has one foot In the gravu. BRIDE IN HARD LUCK. Jnconsldersts Husband the Cause of All the Trouble. Alexis Allailln, the leader of the Husslan dounia's labor party, was marveling In New York at the strength of the labor unions of Amer ica. "Now that I grasp tho size and power of these unions." ho said, smll Ing, "I see the point of a story that I fulled to understand coming over on tho boat. An American woman told mo this story. She said that a young bride was found one afternoon crying bitterly In the smuklng room of her club. 'Why. my dear,' said an elderly matron, 'what Is the matter with you?' 'Oh,' sobbed the bride, i am going to leave Oeorge! Dear me, I am going straight back homo to mother!' 'What!' exclaimed the ma tron, 'has Oeorge already proved un kind? Well, they're all alike, my ' "Hut the weeping bride Interrupted her. 'No,' she said, her shoulders shaking with grief. 'Oeorge Is a dear ties pencci. nut mat unite of a Henry Simmons has refused to buy Mrs. Simmons a new dinner itim-n and district No. 4 or the Amalgamated Wives' union has been ordered oi.t on strike.' " QUEER KINDS OF CURRENCY. China and Parts of Russia Have the Most Unique. Chinese money Is traced back throe thousand years before Christ. One emperor objected to copper coinage. gathered a whole Issuo together, bur led it deep Into the earth, and throw In on top the workmen employed In dlglng the pit. The pu and too cur renclea were ntruck In the form of scraps of cloth of knives for barter, and wero In existence from about tho seventh to tho second contury before Christ Tho commonest of Chinese money Is the cash, a round metal disk frtfi a square hole In the center; a thousand of tter-se are worth barely 75 cents. One's cook In China goes to market with great strings of this licavy money round neck, shoulders, and waist, but even when weighted with as much as a strong man ran ear ly, Tory little of our money Is repre lented. On the Russo-Chlneso borders jrrcen tea pressed Into bricks has been the money of the country for a thou sand years. Sunday Magazine. An Oversight. When Chapplo got up the other morning ho wandered around his apartment in his pretty pluk pujamas, tho very picture of woo. "What's the matter, sir?" Inquired his valet. "I don't know, Alphonse," ho groan ed; "I passed a most unhappy night." Alphonse looked him over carefully. "Oh, sir," ho exclulmcd, "I know what was the matter. Tho trousers of your pajamas were not creased. You must be more careful, Blr. Those I had prepared for you were hanging a.-rosg the foot of tho bed." The Bo-bunilun. Dyeing is a ev as whing when M"1'.'AM FADKLtSti DVtS sre wed. Auk your druggiat. No, Cordelia, a man doesn't neces sarily have paint In bit eyes when be la color blind. 8lamese Object to Walking. The Siamese, above all nations In the world, hate to walk; no such modo of progression Is tolerated by a Siam ese If he or she can by any means ride. A Venetian gondolier will walk sometimes; even a Hollander will ride on bis rough cart; but a Bangkok mnn not If ho can help IL His family boat for him. Windsor Magazine. FIT THE GROCER Wife Made the Suggestion. A grocer haB excellent opportunity to know the effects of special foods on his customers. A Cleveland grocer has a long list of customers that have been helped lit health by leaving off coffeo and using Postuin Food Coffee. He says, regarding his own expe rience: "Two years ago I had been drinking coffee and must say that I was almost wrecked In my nerves. "Particularly In tho morning I was so Irritable and upset that I could bardly wait until the coffee was served, and then I had no appetite for bretkfast and did not feel like attend ing to my store duties. "One day my wife suggested that Inasmuch as I was selling so much PoBtum there must be sczno merit in It and suggested that we try It. I took borne a package and she prepared it according to directions. The result was a very nappy one. My nervous ness gradually disappeared and to-day I am all right 1 would advise every, one affected in any way with nervous ness or .stomach troubles, to leave off coffee and use Postum Food Coffee." "There's a Reason." Read, "The Road to WeUvUle," in pkgs. Mrs. Window's BontMne Syrup. For eMIdren leelulD. euftena Ilia sura., redueee t Aammauua.ailajapalii.curea wlsdcolki. gavatiuUas When a girl Invites a young man to her home for dinner, and" he is told that she did tbe cooking, It's time for blni to sit up and take notice Lewi' Single Hinder routs more than other 5c iMgurx. r-nmkem know why. Your dculer ur l.cwts' Factory, l't-oria, llL The peoplo of Colorado are so con fident that publicity pays large divi dends that they are going to spend a fund in advertising tbe state's re sources. Tr 1m- on good terms with human mture, lie Well! (iarla-IU Teu ptmlit-n the hluod, eradicate dim-ni-c, regulalcN the iliestive ergariH and tiring (ttm.i llenllli! Manu factured by tiarticld Tea Co., HrooUyu, N. Y. Sold by druggiftt. Working For Christian Endeavor. Dr. Francis E. Clark, of the Chris tian Kndeavur society, is visiting the West Indies, l'unuma and South American republics iu the Interest ol that organization. That an article, may be good as well as cheap, anil give entire satisfaction, is proven by the extraordinary salo of Defiance Starch, each package con taining one-third more Starch than can be had of any other brand for tbe same money. Obeying His Command. Ilenham Did you have any com pany while I was away? Mrs. ilenham Nobody to speak of. Ilenham Wasn't your mothot here? Mrs. Ilenham Yes, but you won't let me speak to her. 3heer white goods, In fact, any fine ,Uhh goods when new, owo much of (.heir attractiveness to tho way they are laundered, this being done In a manner to enhance their textile beau ty. Homo laundering would bo equal ly satisfactory If proper attention was given to starching, tlio first esentlnl being good Starch, which has sufficient strength to stiffen, without thickening tho goods. Try Defiance Starch and you will bo pleasantly surprised at the Improved nppcarunco of your work. 8artorlal Outcry. A change of sonic sort In nether garments would bo welcomed by many for since tho Introduction of the crease they have been stationary from the standpoint of stylo, and It would be well If some fluting, pleat ing or strapping could be Introduced to revivify thlB garment. Tailor and Cutter. Don't Poison Baby. pORTT YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must havo PAEEG0EI0 or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs rill produca Bleep, and A PEW DEOPS TOO MAUT will produce the SLEEP PEOM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has been ruined for life ly paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a narcotio product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling them " poison." The definition of " narcotio " is : "A medicine which relieves -pain, and produces sleep, hit which in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, convul sions and dcatlu " The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, and sold under tho names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups," etc. Tou should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT CON TAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas, H. Fletcher. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. Dr. J. W. Dlnsdnlo, of Chicago, 111., says: "I uso your Caatorla and ALCOHOL 3 PLK cknt" AVflelabl? PrrpirtlonlarAs slmllaliiiSitirnwdanillifiitjla iwgtJif StomadisandltotcJsi' Promotes DigeslioriJChrf rfur ness and Rretrontalns nr itiw Opium.MQrphiftc nor Mineral. ROT NARCOTIC. Rni SkJ- Jtnstimt lUiiikitUuil IMftliyfM) fAIVWl Apcrferl Renwdy forCoitsllpa- nan , sour aiuniaui.uui iiiwj Worms f emulsions .frvrristi ru?ss and Loss of Sleep. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. . advise its use In all families whore there aro children." Dr. Aloxonder E. Mlntlo, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "I have frequently prescribed your Castoria and Lave found It a rcllablo anj pleasant rem edy for children." Or. J. S. Alexander, of Omaha, Neb., says: "A medicine so valuable and beneficial for children as your Castoria Is, deserves the lilcltcut praise. I find it in uce everywhere." Dr. J. A. JleClellan, of Buffalo, N. T., says: "I have frequently prescribed your Castoria for children and always got good results. In fact I use Caatorla for my own children." Dr. J. W. Allen, of EL Louis, Mo., says: "I heartily endorse your Cas toria. I have frequently prescribed It In my medical practice, and have always found It to do all that Is claimed for IL" Dr. C. II. Cllddcn, of S' I'aul, Minn., says: "My experience as a prac tltloncr with your Castoria has been highly satisfactory, and I consider It an excellent remedy for tho young." , Dr. IL D. Denner, of Philadelphia, To., says: "I have used your Cas toria as a purgative in tho cases of children for years past with tho most happy effect, and fully endonso it as a uafo remedy." Dr. J. A. Doarman, of Kansas City, Mo., say a: "Your Castoria is a splen did remedy for children, known tho world over. I uso It In my practice and have no hesitancy in recommending it for tho complaints of infants BDd children." Dr. J. J. Macltcy, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I consider your Castoria aa excellent preparation for children, being composed of rcllablo medicines and pleasant to tho tauto. A good remedy for all disturbances of tho digestive orgunu." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS lignature t -. JIJll Mil. II ""B 7 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Uso Fop Over oO Years. tm atTtii mmt, t Mtittn TActr, mvm vmmm oitt- I Your Passing Shadow B8 Women's troubles throw a cloud over their lives, which neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs, the dis order of which has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy (or you, when you have headache, backache, nervous spells, dragging pains, Irregular functions etc., Is 3 A TJ O ine oi uaraui Mrs. R. H. Lawson, of Sprott, Ala,, writes: I suffered with female troubles for 12 years; trled4 doctors; they did no good, so 1 took Wine of Cardul. I have taken 18 bottles.'feel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists, In $ 1 .00 bottles. Try it llJDITC 1IC A I CTTCn Wri!Moi!vfnf sfm-cooyof vluNf 6-mt lllurte.i Ronlc IwWnwn. If yju iwd MHcl II EVI 1 1 UJ t LL1 1 1 Y A lvkf, drffribe your tympiomt. Mating age, and Trpiv r fcenlim rtolnlj BtaleO envatope. TAT AJdreu: Ladlca Advisory The Qtatunoosa Mrsllcln Co.. Chattanooga. Tei wwmmmmmsmmmmaatammm Pretty Epigram. A charming epigram adorned an ad dress that Mrs. J. C. Phelps Stokes made on her last visit to Detroit. Sho was rejoicing over tho fact that In tho slums woman, no matter how wretched her cnBe, kept her speech pure, as a rule, of profanity. 'An oath from a woman s lips, sho ended, "Is unnatural and Incredible. I would as soon expect a bullet from a rosebud. Deafness Cannot Be Cured hi lnral ipnllcallima. aa tbftr cannot narh Iha rfla. eaftt-ii potion vt the ear. There It only utte war to curt' ilralneit.aad that tatty conatltutlonal ramr-illea. Itcmi-tit ta catinea by an innamad eotitlltlnn of Iha mit'diii lining of the Kuttaculau Tuba. When th'.a tutic la tnaainrd you bare a rumbling errand or lm ptTft-et hearing, and when It la autlrely closed. Peer oe la the retult.and unlet! the Inuanimatlun can be taken out and thla tube raatorrd lo Ita normal eondt tlon. hearlDg will be deatred fumvan nlna mm out of trn ere caqned by Catarrh, which la notiilug but eu Inflamed condltlun of tho mu&iue lurfacaa. win gire one uuuan-n uoiiare for any eaaa or Dfatucia (cauied by eatarrht that cannnt hm aiiMa by liall'i Catarrtl Cure, hand fur clrnulari . free. r.j.tUKSfciCO.,Tolao,0. Ktld by Ilrarglete. 7Sc. Take Hall a V atnlly fill for eonitlpatton. Much "Havana" Tobacco. Purlng the last year there were ported from Cuba tho enormous cum ber of 250,738,029 "Havana" cigars. Only about 30 per cent came to the United States, the totnl American pur clinHPB amounting to 79,483,125 cigars, while England took 92,459,687. Ger many buys from 25.000.000 to 30,000, 00 J and France 10,000,000 to 12,000,-000. Give Defiance Starch a fulr trial try It for both, hot and cold turchlnir and If you don't think you do better work, In less time and at smaller cost, return It and your grefcer will give you back your money. The honor that Is among consists largely of fear. thieves Most people seem to enjoy coming out of a church moro than they do go ing In. Lewis' Slitplo Hinder straight 5c. Yon pay Kit! for cigars tintftu pood. Your dealer or Lewis' 1-Vlory, i'oni-m, 11L Some people, after expressing the wjsh to do unto others as they would have others do unto them, lot It go at that To improve the (rcncrnl ltcnl'.h, tnko Ourficltl l'l-a ilnilv fur a time; it puritim the blond, eradicates riieimi.it ti-ni nnd many chronic nilmrnta, and keeps the health Kood. Uiirlield Tea is made of herlwj it in Kiutrnntced untler the Pure Food and Dnies Law, Garheld Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. V. Defined. "Dad," Inquired Freddy, "what Is a 'figure of speech? Where's yourmo- thorr asked "Dad," cautiously. "She's downstairs," answered the boy. "Well, then," began "Dad," "a figure of speech, my son, Is a woman." Har .per's Weekly. Famous Book Free. Every reader of this jpaper esn get free of cliaree one of Dr. Coffee's famous hooks which tells of a new method by which persons afflicted with Deafness, licad Noises, Sure Kyus, Failing Hiijlit from any cause, can euro themselves at home at small expense. Write a letter immediatelv to Dr. W. O. Coffee, 3U0 Century llldg., Des Moines, la. His Classification. "Ob, I don't Intend to be scrupulous about the way I get on," said the young lawyer, who thought himself the greatest ever. "I frankly Intend to rent out my head to anybody who wants to make use of It" "Then, if you advertise IL" replied his cynical friend, "they'll put you under the beading of Empty Flats." Mica Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up J the Rill C The. load seems lighter Watjon and team wear longer You make more money, and have more time to make money, when wheels are greased will Mica Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in. the world. STANDARD OIL CO. SICK HEADACHE Positively enrec" by these lilttle fills. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem. etfyfor DUilDess. Ksnsea, Drowsiness, Bod Tsste la the Koala, Coated Tonirue, Fain In the Side, TOUPID LIVER. They regulsie toe Bowels, Purely Vegetable, SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS IflVER mi CARTERS! ilTTLE IVER PILLS. iiLwa Genuina Must Bear Fac-Simila Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Canadian Government 7 m Free Farms Owr .JiYr.OOO Americ., lantiTH who have net tlnl in Canada tlurtitjf tlt? pa.i frw vrarn traik Iv to l lie fact til Hi On cla 19. Srvittui nurfct.oai the grftitrit farming Innil la the world. OVER NINETY MILLION BUSHELS of wheat from the harvest of lr06 means food itirmey tothe farmer of Western Canada wbca tbe world hu to be fed. Cattle Kami tig, Usiirvw ing aud Mixed Farming are also urotiuble cafw Ing. Con!, wood and water in abundances churchea and aclioola convenient; market caa of Mcce&Ai Toaea low. Vox advice and Information add rem the SupcrJ Inteudent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, of aur aitthoTired Canadian Government A genu J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Ninth Street! Kauai City. Muiwi, r C. J. BROUGHTON, Room 430, Qaiocy Buildiag , Chicago, UUaoia. , To cnnvtno an? worn Jin that l'm tine Antiitlo will Uiprovt her health and do all wa elulm for It. W a win nil tier ahftolutf ly freo m large trial box o! I'm line with bonk of inrtruo ttnns and genuino tcLjnion.&l. Hrnd your Diuiio aud addross ou a postal card. fpctlnrn, such ss na.a! catarrh. pcWl. catarrh and Inflammation caused by IcmW umo Ilia ; soro eyes, tor. Uuoal and mouth, by direct local treatment Its cur atlvii power oyer tlics troubles is extra. ordinary and Hires Inimedlst relief. Thousands vf wumen aro using and rao omuiendliifi It evary day. fio cents at drtiOTc!tsurbymall. Rememrwr.howeTeT, IT OOHTH YOU NOTIIINO TO TUT IT. A. N. K B (190721) 2179. Bscaus of thoM ugly, grizzly, gray hair. Use " LA CREOLK" HAIR RESTORER. Prlo, tl.OO, retail. Jiaj-'t.Vtt'.M,.rfi,.iiw4Wil .vvM.-.'l.wSt" ,fi, jr''rWli'-;SHii's (' i. a,