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rr.- I live with auntie on the f;irm; shr's , Editor ! nice as she cart he; I She says she means to do as well as W. J. .' ('; Eni '-il al ln 1 4S0I t';. ;j PER YEAR ! at. Monroe City k i!. matter. : - U A ft Y 23. 1915 He, A .' li'-l ! li.l ':. If.' I I ' ' 1 : 1 1 : i lii; i - quit, ti fCS.llt a; C 01 V. ( . is Capita! i ;.id tu pover y wdo is ill can H'tinc in f rest in . v (in tin ir work ; (ksiie to (Id it, ' i! ti;-!. And woik e . it li pleasure is ! . uri. n.tiss: lliiliL'S r.T" for-' . tt-it wei:i! cive , e pn-fiis fire nut at: turnings arid loss she knows how by me; She bids me think if I've been good, 6he bids me say my prayers. I And then she takes the light away and leaves me here upstairs; She does not tuck the covers in. or i pat me on the head The way my mother used to do he fore that she was dead! And Auntie says she never dream ed of briiu.'iiit: up ;i eli'u.l; She hasn't any d her o.vn ! chil dren drive Ik r wilti; RELOCATE MANY CLD ROADS; i Department of Agriculture Advise , Ciiltinj Out of Crscies on High- vjpys to Save Hcn-rs. I rtill. I tiy to he a-, still a; her do ti e chop ,. An I w Ik ii 1 r ally slip ;rv.i n,t:-:. u. . . Then w i-.i my t ;, . .. ' i brook to tal--!' aw;,y I h-- lei They never ns.i u to get h;;L when Moth i va-n't dead! and help io erv 1 i- I'nliMl i' A..IK-1.: li!V- ;.f I s P.-piirt- t!u- way I lit! v i'-. iil tl . ;ii. it i. . - in ciicr. ( I! ( ! ;. V. ( I . . : i : : : au, developed and Tli (ii. tOMOillK n 111!! cost! of h;-'ii:::, r'-t!uc--.i ih n:'': c: i i. r : ' of ni;i-ii-iih nr.-, by r. lu- :; road; ;;U1 th-' i"nr,. s. Ol!t :',' !i(-v Ol.f.-v ' ''f; v. cy In ivn' hull. lint; i Bfr.ifs.-li' pi -,, u it. th"i- slei-ji ' -s it hiilii, or l;i:' , and pull in ( v-r Hi---.; grrd".- tvi:.iiially aUils: to flir- wear and 'n ;r c.n horses an'i vehicles. The doctrine of ttio t'ce of roads Is that the longest v, ay aretind may ofteu be the shortest and mo.-t eoonoiuical way homo, and that frequently by ri a.;d au ..( .I a ad the ;u.(.i itilPR 10 : . .i f-imit ; . !-i;tu.v old . t: laying ..! ..I te-.-den- to billd i: an-s over How many of our readers know This, of course, must raise a question the many uses for which table salt J?.aZ i rruiv hp. nsi-ri? Prrhfius some of M-nir n xfiiria him i iiit iii.u'fT fnwl nit (jo i c K'ir title ti ....... "r1. '":the followinsi uses may just fit all ih" real pl asures. It may be y((,,r c.ist. as i . - hepi as msi. rure air dividual advantages and so benefits his cointiHiiiity as to o;i'aet the uae of such land for a road, or to overcome the in- I-'; i ex( 1 1 tin.-! Ilian; i'ii;. folks When mixing mustard foi the convenience of having bi3 land di table, add a pinch et salt and it will vUled- In this conwction the office of lUdWS UUt I ,11' L ll.Q llllllllllg L road and the resultim; traiTlc through a good farm, where there are good Bheep, cattle, hornes, grain, fruit or day i.i.d iiij.hi, sunshine, gotid food,! til IP v. iiler. e.e.nilit'i ss iitirl f-Yereisp crehiai.hinsurane,.. j keep a better color. ' If yon find something burned in 1 , U I IF.. I f c.,lf ""L-t-p, t(1 yuu. uvtu, uuuw ,i ..ci.u.uiw. .. TefietnbW ,,ns a ,-ertain advertising into oven and there will be no burnt odor. usually get enough i too much of it some value and in many instances makes the l:iml in. ro v.-'Tiinhlr. Ill other I ... I 1 . i UUllll uuui. ol our I, OIIICS do not have as : cases, the imnortaee" cf such a l.'vel fresh air and sunshine in Try rubbing the inside of teacups road to the eon. muniiy is so great that tli.. as thev shoUd have Much ith sa,t-10 tok the tea stairs it might well re,.ay those using the i i l i l. road to give the hvnur the eU!valent oi ti e water we aruiK is impure. It a pmcn oi sail io uie water d( t- i i pay to neglect any of these which you place cut flowers, and tn land e- nnlly peed in place of what thii ; ;s becau-e the time or money seuninely saved by, so doing is an expensive economy. Tin wise man or woman will de cide that health is the most valu able ihing they may possess. Risk ing less of it through overwork or worry, or neglect of anything on the room from filing with smoke. which health depends, just so one When washinU hosierv. Dut salt: may hurry through more work and in the water and they wU1 retajn I see how much lenger they will keep their freshness. If troubled with weeds along; gravel walks, sprinkle salt along and ; they will die. If grease is spilled on the range throw salt over it and it will keep get ti tew more dollars, is certainly 'paying too much for a whistle.' Journal of Agriculture. Henry Miller in the following story provts how wit can effectually save a man from humiliation. "During the Civil War, at a camp in Ohio, a captain fresh from civil life and grand in a brand new uni form, happened to observe two men 6hooting at a target. " Here, boys,' said he, 'let me show you how to shoot.' "Taking a gun in hand, he fired and missed. " 'That,' said he to one of the sol diers, 'is the way you shoot.' "He find again, and missed again. " 'And that,' said he, turning to the other soldier, 'is the way you shoot.' "He fired a third shot and hit the bull's eye. " 'And that,' said he, 'is the man I shoot.' March Young's Maga zine. "I belave," declared the Irishman "that me youDgest eon's born t be a surgeon." "Phwat leads ye t say thot?" asked his friend. "Oi caught him usin' th' scissors on a book O'id lately bought, an' before Oi c'd stop bira he cut out th appindix.' Ex. 'A i - n their color. If troubled with weak ankles, rub i them with salted water and alcohol, i A pinch of salt on the tongue, A Good Road ln Wisconsin. followed in ten minutes by a drink , he has sacrificed to the common wel- of cold water, often relieves sick ,are- l i i At any rate, the office of roads is n aaacne. , now akine special pains to make clear As a dentrifice, salt may be re- j the economic advantage of avoiding lied on, as it keeps the teeth white, ' Bteep gradl:d ,u ,ote rofds' ev,en at , i some sacrifice of better land. Inves- the gums hard and the breath , tigatlon shows that the laying of such sweet. j roads over hills has resulted more , . l i . from attention to the preservation of Hot salt and water held in the farm UneB than fr0m scientific atten- mouth often Stops toothache and tion to the problem of road building. ! Will Stop the bleeding after a tooth ' According to the testimony of farm i has been extracted. ! f!.C08Uuf,d'.!:Lere a.hJor8!mlt...bt Bint) w yuu ,uuu puuuus uu H mvei As an antidote for poisoning from road, it would have difficulty in pulling alcohol, lunar caustic, or nitrate of 8.000 pounds up a steep bin. The sire .. . . 1 of the load, therefore, tends to be Silver, give warm salt and water : measured by the grade of the largest freely as an emetic. ) bill on the road to market In a num- Tf trn a D.,,ii br of "ual experiment shows " t.a,K.a mcmc ti,. re.locatlng of roada around a small flannel bag about six inches bills has been accomplished, either square, fill with salt, heat and apply! th no addition In road length ln aula waiajocea, ana wiui uw auuiai of only a tew feet to the highway ln others. The office knows of no case where a properly re-located road which has cut out grades has led to any question as to its material redno tlon of hauling costs. to face. Use salt water for a gargle for sore throat, using every half hour until relief is obtained. For chilblains, bath feet in hot salt and water.Ex. "Dinah, did you wash the" fish before you baked it?" "Law, ma'am, what's de use ob washin' er fish what's lived all his life io de watjpr?" Philadelphia Ledger.. 0. M. Waile8! was a Clarence vis- Save your orders for 1916 culen dars for the Democrat. Buy them at home. You will have a good line to select from. Buy from home peo ple and thus patronize those who patronize you. Mrs. J, Uplinger left Friday - for an extended visit in Wellsville and WAWAVAW.V. m VAV. ,'AV.V. V . A'AVAV. . AVA'Ali fJV-V;-J--:. -.. 1 5 man or woman de- I think of how wc ti :cd t- g-i and v i t v They overfl'iw t ike th. loveliest, viik-, They must be busy And just before I w-'i,t to bed we hf ftite activity is had the ?wei ti st t-lks; rn.i l lite. Kttn inter- It was so dear to cuddle in the hoi m woik. Its possihili-; low of her arm. Better ways of doing I never used to be afraid or think of building a highway around a hill or tne worKj any harm. j lB a(ded Hnd ,his Is niore than offBet - ?ays. i And oh, the songs she loved to sing,, by the reduced strain of hauling. i So health is capital It is as! the stories that she knew I The chief drawback from the farm ; net, ssary , the success of any bus- j I wonder if God needs the Mothers ' rll TZt ! intssi s is money. Of the two a more than children do? j avoiding grades necessitated, in soma ' man with health and little money! Emma A. Lente in the Mother's. ; cases running the road through good ... ., , , . , m , farm land or orchards or pastures, in- win sen si.cce.u wnerea man witn m..5a,,.c. j glead of Rofng around tbo farni ,lne plenty of money but who is bank ti. Valm. nt fnnimnn alt nnd building the road through old , . 1 1. .11 i- -i I worn-nnt ficliln nnH nvpr rnfkv knrllfl rupc lit ntaun wm ian. . , , A" ".:'" ":; ," "'.. ":." I Health, then is a thing that is to be trt asured. It decides one's earn- zzm'iG up- " r 'Y r --VAYS Pt'.VEHT SICK- .-AYS THVI KSULT OF . . .. . 'J Cl . .j 1. ; EXT-v.vtcr.j.;2 ahd y -.. K-.C'cT O.H .: .YC7 . '.CiH EAP.iilNGS FROM Ti-'.m wq?:. q , v. ,;.;!::, w : w ushV.LV denying -S V TMMSL:.LVE. WH'iiJ SiCX.-IHSS Cr ,6 DON'T LET IT FIND YCU WITHOUT M'.riLY. IUT MO1'' . : IN THE BANK FOR SELF PROTECTION. BANK WITH US. 5 Farmers and Merchants Bank, i WVW.V. V.V.'. "AV.V.VAWV. V. W. -.V.W.V.V . V. V. W. VA' We're Looking for The ul-ju who's hi a Hur We want to do Ids job printing. We do it quickly, but also correctly, the way it should be done. We are prepared to turn ont all kinds of first-class Job printing on short notice. Call and see us, The Democrat Printing Co. FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTING 1 17..f.5l!--. T WtHi-, X lor lSliLa hric'nt new ho-k , V U5':.t7i SixJ C.;..'i0, ar.d is a sale lr. vvrile lor it lju.iy, ' 1 '11 tr iuf.;!: cl, every year, ur x to i AnericEK planters tlir.n are the u:!- of .mvo hrr -'rowers. Tur-ncn's Anr'A iL of 162 pages, known as the Ltatllne American guidfi to success in t!io garden. I: is id -ut you forjieU" A pi.stcmj will do. W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., Pfe1v.Pj?.F THRESHED OATS FOR FOWLS Grain Will 8ometlmes Produce Crop Bound If Given Too Freely at First Alternate With Mash. Threshed oats Is fine for fowls, It fed intelligently. They will some times produce crop-bound if fed too freely when first fed. Almost any dry, bulky rations will produce crop-bound when fed in large quantity. However, oats is a very valuable ration for fowle, but we would prefer to feed it alter nately with a mash food made of pur wheat bran, hominy feed and shorts. The standard weight for oats, says the Indiana Farmer, la 82 pounds to tna bushel, but It must bo remem bered that there la no grain so vari able ln weight per traabel as oats. Ox dlnartly oats when it approaches tb standard weight per boahet mafceo fin poultry toed. Ton will find that th fowls will refuse to eat fiber portion of oats atmg only tbe best of th crafts W, II. Wadsworth and wife, Mrs, J H. Brooks, Mrs. W. E McCullock, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Trussell and Miss Mary Crain, of Ely were here shop ping Thursday. Mrs. W. B. A. McNutt was the guest of her niece, Mrs. James Davis io Hannibal, the last of the week Dr. McNutt spent Friday there. Miss Gladys Willis went to Han nibal Thursday to visit her friend . Mq AMora Krsrtrrir We have sent out many state ments during the past few weeks. The returns have not been what they should be. It is true the amount due us from each individu al is small. In the aggregate they ; make quite a sum. We need mon ! ey to pay our expenses as we go I and ask that prompt remittances be made. If you have not yet re ceived a statement, please do not put us to the expense of mailing you one. Pay us at once. Mrs. Ada Crawford and daughter, Miss Signa of Hunnewell were here Friday. SEED OATS SEED GOEUJ BUB SITS: tattktn'l Hew tloerta. CMd Crow Btnot. Hearim. letting O an Know D Of Giowa. Adapts) to aar Stte In tbt Union. We hart bandied and KM ool thoaaandi oi buiaela ot than Oata rerrwbrra darlnt the Ual ire ran- They rleld on toad land 100. 186 to 160 buihelt fa tat. Wa alio aAndla all other kadlaf bett rarietlce. SEES COM: DUaoal Jec'i Blf Biriy White Sell I Cane. Uriaet Eared, brltcauo Mature, Tboroaibtwed and Hearten YtelllDf field Cora In exIKence. Brerr etal it a. dacaa one and two food aara. Seed SckatlScallr Preoucd. Thocooiblj Dried and ftoaerlr Cured. Can be relied apoa an trow and fie pertect eund. We alaa trow aU the Lead, ttx. Seat Varledaa. White and Yallow, larir, Median u Lata, adaptad le rou toeaUqr, ewllf CatelftSM and samBleeHalM free. Send alone ajunee ol nelrhbure wba are Intereued In Better f Arom, Crae And tardea Sceda. Adaran RaTEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Sha, I " tvnaj iffaajaf aieav..