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ARE YOUR HENS HEALTHY?
If yew hens ara not hradlhjr, they cannot b proEtable lo you LIQUID POULTRY TONIC WILL KEEP YOi:K HENS HEALTHY PFPVPP? Inrf R4IOVC Qhi. Bosp, Coker. Itabfrstek, a ltUJ0 ILCKCVta Gipn, Flp, aod OUxr Ailmtolf .... ,''.V ..'.S ', ' rr!''-TRY TONIC hn to your fowls will artmm 3 THF a r i k 1 1 r ri-ADINL I Men nnl women are often upttMe of ftreuter tlilncn than tliev perform. They ur enl Into the worM with bills of cretlt. and seldom draw to tiieir full extent. -Walpol I v. jtronc bone, nd Ii si.illilj. uiirh a :.--.! . . .."if l.tv 1 I .. ' . IV, . !. .. ,s i if ! , k. in. I ,, n r. fits whi.h cjr.frnnts fhi n,..,l,r.. i, i u- .i i . in:.! JUsir.v or.-ans of ;.!! fowlt. It wl !.,.; 'ine hire'. in robust i . ....... I........ ii. n niWKi, ivalthy fiit, r.tur.iy i ..... ; 1. 1!. .mi .'t.ul.crs ai t uit.,.- ice.; '.-.p.! v. : iM- it is rc;i l.ir!" t i' , ' ' ' i.i.ii v.fM.PS I.I ."' ; jl " "'- we w!l supply ou -.Mti. ciio IT ..or:, i ,. .... ... ,. , 1,0,.. rt lion i:-,. ....... i.. I ... 1 . ; i a r.:..i r,u,y. ' friil i;j ..... , . ... i . ... .llii.it lu.-pl'-, ..l, sen.1 fni ci,. f.,f l'.. '. 1 . i.-'. ! v. .;..( -:ik:t!!' r. ... vSI.;.; , iii. p .a ia.s a L M. WOOI), ' MONRO.: CITV, (). THE DEMOCRAT : Ri''"--w.w.st,.,M,m sksii , IiiIhc. fieu i unit : . .1 I Thulil.is, . V J. K..IM.. I'MbiiiMTiClay Umlcrttill. .1 M v". II K 1 ',, -'V '-- Yniirr. Jiis Yii.cr, VMn C-ttit. .Mm! SI. ISS' i:i I 'I l i.N : . I (iin V.Mr l no Duple. Ki' li iril S:ini:i. ( i.hs (nri- Six Month- .... ;,o,. stnli. A.IV'Tfwitii.' Itvles n.ailo Known nn : ' on .i.iii.;ii.iui.. . Apples fur S:ie r'r.iiik (Jentrv. tf! Killer.,, ii inr l-n.tumci- ii Mcnroc Ulty See llle I .mi nr -.1 v ill Arm. v. Mut-ouri. a.ecuuil-cl.io niauc.r , n - u .. cnllnrs Miiiily & (iT' i n ;tre ItMttir- SATURDAY. NOVKMBKR 18. litlii h , Cut (iliss Sulf fir 111 il.tvs 2"m up Grand Lfiiiler V irieiy Smrc The Mnnr fit Orchi'itri went to Pt'rrv WVilnt'siiiiy evciiiiiri nml pliiyeil fur .i d .met!. Now Sclliof Milk and Cream Quite nn intrrttit is now lieini! tukt'i) in the dairy business. The Teninrk wns mnde to us this week thnt the diiiry luisiuess was being introduced into this community. I Dont p iss mi H.mly We will iidniit thnt this full the ; ytmr seiiri'ti nf liluvrs (if ever peuile in and iiruuud Munrne City, I are buying more cows und selling I Fresh r.iili. Trv a pnuiul of more cremn hut it is no new enter-! ,he Choclite Muuie Mule rud.je nt Drise.Thiit it is a ouying one has , B pound I in, urt i been proved Sin-capful f iriners Grant Leader Variety Store Misses ( nine Tonsor and Rachel ' Quick were visitors in lliinuihal Friday I have been in the btisimss for some ime and tire well pleased witli j the results- ! We have I he mimes of a number who have been in the business for I Juhu R l!uKt . . .i , ,,, (Jrand some nine mill we know thnt these Master i.l 'Ii1 taie of Missouri, jire only n "mull percent of those i who ., Iit u- .lit cm: it, o. tlie I t) already established in this line. jO. F. re no ,o -ri tn (Voter Waller Muss is now selliim 3() lo I yesleniti) m i.s.k oi ilei.iciitini; 41 gallons of milk a day. For ti ! titc new td ! i , I; as Ii liiti Iih wiilil erealll noil fed the caps "I evry 1 scrip'i.in on men mill m- .ii ll iniy tirei lis. To Hn Credit "Tli t.liitni:i')--bwiiap never l-eDegea," rvmarktid ttia (ibaflrviT of BvenU an4 TtalOfa, ' b idT-k (c!lei toot " milk to the hoiis At this time he lias very few l,i.j.'s so is selling the whole milk J. H. Kiniis is selling !M) gallons of crenin a wek Kinmett Alexan der i-eds 1(1 uillims of crem a day. W. H. Lilioti sells 1? gallons a wiek, llanlcy Williams ami Julius Jacksor about the same amount. Curley & Williams of Indian Creek end out !I0 gallons a week R 0. Tripplett 1(1 gallons a week. Mike N'tidden sold bis first last week and bad about 8 ualloos .1 R 11 Knld has been in the dairy business since 101 1 und he has sold, on an average 28 gallons of milk a day Oscar Hawkins has also been in the business lor several years He ttave bis average as 12 gallons rite Hutilim Works have been huyim! eieain for years, in fuel, for ; the pasl eight x.arslbev h ove j t L.at Not Notlcble. , , . . ... .. i 11 wa" Hl breach of promlaa suit, made from ten to hue. n thousand ! and ,he r,lstic llBfoudant uull gallons of ice cream a season Tliey ..cniaa-exaruliiatinn. "Now tell mo. re now uctiviug eight lo ten P'"" "l (he counsel, sternly, "oa . . , , , : "le evening t the sisteeutb when you thousiuat pounds of cream amontli ba,,H hl,r gllod.1)y (lld 8lle BU(Tr Jm helow Is ii list ol people who lirint! . to kisu lier?" Well." said ihe witness, Was Eve Happy: Happy! Who is l.uiuiy .' wa., Ihers not a serpent In l'ara,lls ita. ir: And 'f Ere had ben p. rf. ctly happy b irehand. would sin- h;w listened ts ' ' tempter? Tl.u. keray. Uncle Eben. "I'eople is Kittin' s siispirinas." said t'neb, i:ben, "d;it ,,u can t he polite to a stranger wirput his takin' alarm dat ou'b glneter Uy to sell him some. thin." TABLE DELICACIES. Tim tniiifh ends of steak are often a prnhlem In triiod servtiiK. I'm the toiiL'li end from the ste:ik nml chop riltll-T C'i;li-M.. ly; cook It in II little butter with a linle pep per und salt unlll It is Hell iiettted ; udil two tu ,tesioiinftlls of tnllk, dredge with browned Hour, toss It "ell In one-f-Mirih of a cupful of ereuin ami f.-re with t.lllieil tiiitlltoes. Ouccn Pudding. Take, three esir. ihr, e i,'i:,rlers of n cupful of milk. on helt .-ll'I'll of hot water, ttiree tllMf- si.,-uifiit cf siipir, two of celuiiu and two of eh ppetl raisins, with Tuniila to llMM.r. il.-iit the milk to the hoi lint piiMt ; ;ii.,' l!,e l.enten yolks of the euus with Hie -oiL-nr dissolved In warm wa ter. While still warm add the whites th.-ivtiLiiiy 'i.'iiieii and rluvor with vn uiM.i I Mt into u ueild and add the ! -.liin-: ctto; jie'l. Ma . lit J Carrots. Sernpe the ear rots III, I 1,-t th mi staud in cold nn t.t t.T h.ilf nn hour. Took until teu ., r in I, ,10111.' suited water, then drain ,-i nit uith. n,' II well with butter unit .-i dash of leinon Juice; garnish the di.-li with purly and serve very hot. Orange Preserves. Wash oranges iitid slice them in quurtor-lurh slices; ever with cold water and let them Miitcl Jl hoiii's. Cook ttiein In the v.Oer until th.y ure tend.r, but not soft; ;t!! a i.iind of sug:ir aud the luice of one lemon for euch orange nml cook thetn until ttle fruit is trans psrellt. l'ut tlie slices iu cuus lu lay ers, pour over the sirup and when cold cover vltlt purarHn. Serve with l. e cr.-:iiii or tis a garnish tor various desserts. Marshmallew ParfalL Make a sirup hy lioilnm together t o cutifuls of simar aud a cupful of water until it spins a thread. Then i tir boiling hot on the stiiriy benten whites of two eu''s: beat until thick and erenmy. rtxliiully iientiug lu a pint of whipped cream ; flavor with rose extract und put Into the freezer; after five min utes when It Is frozen to a musn add a cupful of nutlnents, chopped, and riiitrshciullowK cut tip. Freeze until firm iimj let stand for twa hours to ripen. TEMPTING SALADS. one of the Important things he re mctul.er iu preparing a snlna la to h:ive a g,,d dreing. If oil is used it is not ocuu-ot-iy to tuy aaytainf. but (he best, for poor oil will spoil the most delightful ,::. I. .nation of foods, nil should ! kept eol niid d.irk ; Ihe light has mi to tioii upon oil which is Mild to injure IL At any rute it Is eaay to give it the benefit of tile Salad. f'ut one medium sired, neehd i-neii"i'T Into dice: add a cupful ef cold coked lamb, cut Into cubes; add half a cupful of shred ded lettuce, one-half cupful of cooked green pons, one tcnspontiful of mint Juice, salt, aud pepper to season, and a cupful of mayonnaise dressing. Ml lightly together aud serve on u bed of lettuce. (Jarnlsh with stuffed olives. Chicken Salad. Wash carefully, re- i move all the outside leaves aud cut in quarters, two heads of lettuce. Pour over four tuhlespisinfuls of olive oil, a tablespoonful of chopped onion, it teaspiHiuful of powdered sugar and two tnblcspooiifula of vinegar; sprin kle with chopped parsley aud serve well chilled, after seasolii.lg to taste with pepper and stilt. Chicken Salad. rut thill slices of cold roast i In, K. n und lay in a saPel bowl; season with pepper, salt und vinegar. Place over these a layer of sliced radishes and encumbers: sen son and mid vinegar and oil. Put on another layer of chicken ami repeat with vegetables. Cover with mayon naise dressing, garnished with chopped pickled waluuts. Watercress Salad. W ash mid shake dry nice crisp cress. Put It into a salad howl ami slice over It thin slices of crisp cucumber. Pour over ft 1'rencli dressing, using n little turugon viuegur und three drops of Worcester shire sauce; serve cold. Spanish Onion Salad. Slice peel, ,1 Spanish onions and sprinkle wlih chopped green popper, chopped red pepper and two chopped olives. Serve with French tlressiug. Aft. r yu,r-.e been two Wte'.s mi Mullens,- wuli oi,e It.-.. t"ini leimly men Hint usk tli,-lr ulve to t,e s i:-f tl Wipe 0,-tWeeil Ole tlllS uf Hie foiliK. lid that knew Just tiuM mil- li rittsitnr bread oiiitht to h.ive. and l.'-w to h.ing net a want) so ea, Ii pl-ce will set the h-.sl it. ii. It s a reul Joy to get t,.ick tn the onliiiury klrul ef tti.ifi. Ys, 'tis tin! I think s man h"iiM have sens.- at'Giit tl:e things lie's meant to have Reuse al.-iut hut when It comes to keeping li-xine.' I like him real lieip-b-sti, tl,e way tl.e I.rd plaiuied to bavM him. youth's t'emrj&aloa. whipped cream. Cnmaturch pnddlaftT or rice may be served tn the same way. Pieces of pie may be each covered with a meringue and browned, making a very pretty dessert Apple suuee may be placed In rame- kius, cover with a ruh pantry and bake; serve hot or cold. ltlaiic-iuange when mude molded In individual molds. If any Is left over, may be cut lu two and served with a different sauce, adding variety with out waste. Steamed chocolate pudding, cut In slices and put together with nn orange lining, inny be served tn small cakes with a cup of teu for luncheon. Pu-.i.. i .! . v . i sN.iim.ay t. i i- i ' ' 1 v i biTiT th in . -hi ,. v r . atid St i 1 V- t : , : i t ii.-Mn ri'iuri.tfl. f) iiW'l lit ('('!,' iriprovrd Mr:ch Striker, a ,it'i-r of fty srri'Mii over Band par. t nf tlic autnt si.u. Thib wiil not wt.-:ir out ati retidily uk sunjpaper atone.-- ropular Science Munthly. Never Bonow TrouWe. Ia?t us b of Kn)d fiieci', remember ing i hut the miston mti-14 hardest t lv ar uru thute whuii never happen. Main Food of Asiatic. Ptsb, rico and Testable ar tW yiindpal artlcic- at ihe AJilaiio ma et laMc t 1 It i for ; fUstici for donM. Swiss LEFT OVER DESSERT3. iiIt to prepare mode 1'iitri'cs, saluiln, or even Piaiu dishes, but tin in lifiuilty of the conk Is ttistM.1 to use bits of lef. nir ilfHstTts Id attru iic wu. If fme has served n olulii rice piKl.llnic one ttny I hi rice may be com bined with h tustiird for a dessert the .secund. Dot the following day. AnothiT uiiriictlve rice puddini; nmy he prepared by paekiiiR the rem nants Into a mold und when time to Merre, tnrti oof und cuver tl.e mold With sweeli'Iled whipped creiuu and hurniund with tiy fresh, weil-suynred herrien in their reumi, or muUiiieton. cut In dice, KpriukleU with sunar, suit ami u bit if nuwiie nmhes a luost ut tntctlve und uppetlzlnt; coinbiimtitni. If cottuue puilUiitD; in MTVed. bake ft layer or two tn a Jelly take tin und huve It with a rl n tilling' for a cuke to serve with a little dish of fruit for dessert the following day. Or if the pudding itself Is left, drop the pieces lu it pnpvr and rUuut r ateuui iu a Hteaiuer aud serve with a custard ha ii Co. Left-over baked custard 8 may be rurefully dipinnl Into sherbet cupa, a luyer of nuts or fruit between, and irnrnish with conked ecR. whife or Judgmerit. In tlio white liht of history, be fore the tribunal of j nut Ice. we shall not ho Judgt-d for what we seem t be or hare achieved, but for what we re aud by whtu we hare tried to de. Snleeted. Mean uuewon. She (jeat kliaed by him) "Rw tare you?" Papa aaid he would kfl ) ue flaat mu who ktBaed aia."" Be .fow tntereatin And did be do Uf Judge. Greece's Petroleum Springe. Petroleum spring in Greece, de crfbed by a miatnrlaa of 400 year j berore Cbrlet and viewed durlns th j eucceedlng 2,300 year a aa nothing j mora enrna cutioaltiea, are soon to tear i exploited by capitalist f tte vicinity,, ' Hongkong. Hongkong is not a part of the main land of China, but ta an Uland oil the ooaaC It coutaniH about thirty square mllee, and kan a population oi tmmo 30,i. Ta place was ceded to Great Britain In LSI I. It has one of tlie fin eat banboru tu tho world. No Rest for Mamma. Aa bedtime cornea and curtain fall my Irksome cares seem put to rout. aa. wecu and wanry Into bed I crawl, front I my housefaoid duties tired out. Hut, a ! anug between the sheets 1 Ho. an I heavy ltda have cemed lo wink froaa J baby's crih there vjt.ibM a cry. ".Maav tna, ploaue det ine a dwlnk." s Boulware's Shoe Store Most of Us Know Him. "De man dm iaa .lai a.n't no aech thing aa luck." ...n,t i ni ,. t.t,,.,,, ia d. Kind of man dat take.i credit foh men ial superiur!i ul.-ji he ketches da mos tlah." crenin rtKiiliitly lo the ItnlllitiK Works E. J AU'Ximiler. W A. Berry Isiiiii Alitll. Kit Alit'll, Key Btinliit, V Aninlilv. II 1. HtiiMdi. I. d slowly. ' I reckon now 1 did give her a kiss iu- two; but there worn't much sufforffi' about it as 1 could see." Woman. A woman may bo a fool, a sleepy . . ,, , . , . ., .... i , i.....,.i i 'oo1- n agitated fool, a too awfully Aoell. hi! B.iKlm. h K. Del.nslnnt.tl ' noxou fnol an sh8 may eyeu bJ i'niil Diesi.t r. .loll ('tnilpl)t II, C. I ! simply stupid. Hut she is never dense. Dutre.l, W . I. ribi'li. Clint. Evuns. ! 8hc never made of wood through , , - r. .... . and through, as some men aro. There fc. b Ham. Jus. Gray. Mike Mn.lden I ,n won)an Bwaya ,0U1BWhire Jollll llillllv, C. V. Iliillilier, L j spring. Whatever cien don't know HiiCWr. fc.ill.fi JutkM ll. W. R. P ) about women (and It may be a lot or , . w u ... i ... " may be very little), men aud even Jiickson. J S. Kent, M.ke l-f'ti. I fathers do know that much. And that f'rilllk Kctiillli k. John bnig, Rny I Is why so many men are afraid at Mtlfon. I ci k Melsim. W. II. Morris, them.-Conrad. -Juik fc.vl.tt, Cllllb. bilUIJJ, C. B. V V y "Prepare For Snow and Wet Weather" Men's l-buckle 0versl:ocs S2.00 and $2.50 Men's l-buckle 0ershoes Sl.25 and $1.50 Men's Storm Rubbers 75c LadLs' Storm Rubbers 50c Felt Boots, Knit Boots, Ger man Sox, Rubber Boots, Etc. y y y A g Ladies' I-buckle OvershoesSI.OO i We are Headquarters for the j A Famous "Ball Brand' Footwear, i : Ai Soulware's Shoe Store ?2i:tKits