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The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, May 18, 1916, Image 3

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been wrongly charged against your
account Forgeries may have been
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anderrora incidental to keepingia
large number of accounts areial
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tant tliteforeo frequently ad
ust your balance with thatolithe
bank both for the sake of protect
fion and for thesakeofaccuracy
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fpose by listing on the adding ma-
uuiuc iiic luuu cueoKS neaucting
the amount from the total of the
deposits the difference represent
ing the amount on deposit
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ment in the formof atypedsheet
containing all deposits madotand
checks paid with the balance
Struck This obviates thnnenoiKi
ty bf balancing the pass book
iwhich becornpsmerelya
dumioLdepositsmade
Whatever the melhod you
should hot delay reconciling the
balance It is eabity toibe seen
that the banks balance1 will not
agree with kyour check book by
reason of the fact that you have
issued checks whichAmaynot have
bqen presented for payment It
jsagood plan toi consider ever
Icbeokissued as immediately paid
and dedjicted from your bank bal
ance If you do this youi will
never be deceived as to the condi
tion of your
Number all checks consecutively
andwKen returned from the Bank
arrange them numerically and
check them as to the amount with
the check book stubs After you
have ascertained- what checks you
have issued that have- not been
paid subtract the amount from
the balance shown by the bank
which shoufd agree with your bal
ance If any difference occurs
after assuring yourself thatyou are
right report the matter at once to
the bank
It is well to cxamine4he checks
returned to see that they are sign
ed by you and that the amounts
have not been raised the latter
being proven from the checking
process above noted H you will
follow these simple directions and
see that your account is reconciled
at least every sixty days it will
helpbothyou and the bank officals
for they desire frequent reconcile
ments and do not- care to have
vouchers accumulate for a long
period American Bankers Assoc
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Hlemovlna Wax Stains
TdremqYo wax or tallovt stains lay
a piece ot Drown paper over tnem ana
apply a hot After one or twq
applications the paper will absorb ov
eryi bit ofthe wax or tallow from tho
clqth leaving no trace behind
Just a Few Needs
Husband Now then what are our
needs Wifo Well tho house needs
painting -we are all out ot kitchen
utensils the dlnintrroom rug id thread
barotho bathroom must be decorated
and Ive simply hadtq order somo
clothes Judge
There Is more Catarrh In this scotton of
the country than all other diseases put
together and until tho last few years
was supposed to bo Incurable Tor a
great many yearn doctpre prpnounced It a
local disease and prescribed Ipcal reme
dies and by constantly falling to cure
wltft local treatment pronounced It Incur
able Sclenco Imp proven Catarrh to bo a
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constitutional treatment Halls
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Catarrh Cure miimifactniyd by V J
Cheney Co- Toledo Ohio is Hlie only
Cpntlltutlonal rure on the mnrltot It Is
taken Internally It nets directly on the
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TttUo Halls Family Ill fpr fomtlpallon
neither careless nor dishonest is to
secure a little outfit for himself
Awemade accurate and satis
factory tester ca noiy be bought
for Ss oo and its use will nqonly
satisfy the seller that heiist getting
honest treatment but will enable
him to detect the boarders
iherd
1 Variations in test cannpfc bo
avoided A number of conditions-
influence the1
tqtcream Some of themQst im
portant are given below
A- change in the speed of tha
separator immediately causes a
change in the test of the cream
the higher the speed the greatep
itfc amount of skim milk thrown
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VAriations in Cram Tess
One 6tVtbe most commpo cau5ept
dissatisfaction on the pact of the
man who sells cream on the buttei
fat basis arises from variations in
the test This is- especially true If
each can is tested separately and
tHe best- way for the seller to con
ivlqce himself that the- tester is
t andso the higher the testof
e cream secured Putting it in
another way a low speed results
m a larger quantity of thinner
cieamf
The use of the float doe -not
always insure- a uniform flow of
milk into the- separator because-
the faucet may not al5yays be ppeur
ed equally wide and theflqw will
ba more rapid when the tank is
full than when it is nearly empty
Anything which makes the inflow
more rapid will increase the pro 1
pqrtion of skim milk which goes
thrpughand lower the test of thar
cream secured
The amount of water used in
ftusbingjiriay easily be varied a pint
ori more and this without any
other cause- or variation may
change thetestrby aor event4
00 5 percent
The milk-of- an entire herd may
riaeiorfalji in its test from day to
day hecause -of excitehien or-
change in the weather
The test is of course readily
controlled by means of the cream
screw but as it is seldom changed
intthls way on the average farm
there should be no trouble because
of i variation from this source
Variations in cream tests are
practically never caused by changes
in the feed of the cow as every
well informed cream seller is now
aware
Mistakes are most likely to result
from carelessness in taking samples
as they must be very carefully and
skilfully taken if they are to tell
the truth and result in a fair pay
ment but actual dishonesty is
probably much rarer than many
sellers believe A clever thief
could manipulate the reported test
insuch a way as not toarousc the
suspicion that an honest test some
times brings up in the mindof the
man who does not consider all the
possible hidden of variation
C H Eckles MissouriExpitrii
ment Station
Dally Thought
- He determined to add nothlnB4Wtv
bo much as a passing sigh even to the
great total of mens unhappiriesa lri -
his way through the too
was something to hold on by the drift
of more appearantes Wttltor Pater
Very Grave
An anclbntf British
has been discovered nearGfcon
law Scotland consisting of four largo
flat stones It contained only a little
flno dust The dimensions indicate thkt
it belongs to tho period when inctrj
wero burled ln a sitting position
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lack- the Hghtmglnatinot and hayg30
lackedit from the beginning Ccrtalnu
ly thislB nattruoipt Jha anplent Teurif
tonio woman th Urrfolji iwho
nldoby side with hpr boar44fpiato la
Incessant tribal Jllstoritellaus
that tbo Jloman nrnilos had to defeat
the wpniBQjtter they jis4dejtBje the
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