Abbeville Press And Banner in Abbeville, South-Carolina
21 Jul 1909

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21 Jul 1909

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaDefines Ideal family. Rev. D. D. Vaughn of the Halstead Street institutional Church Chicago who by a series of heart to heart questions with his congregation has Learned what the id Al p husband and wife should be has no discovered through the same sources what constitutes an Ideal family. To his questions along this line which he submitted he received More than 100 answers. Boiled Down to opinions of the majority they Are the wife has As much right to the Money As the husband Ujj positively no credit must be considered. Parents must never sacrifice themselves to the Point of indulgence. Force children to be obedient with a Hope of Reward and be free in expressing your love for them. Children should never be lied to in order to Force them to be obedient never Burden the older children with the younger ones. \ the Sisters should never be obliged to give up school for the Brothers. Brothers and Sisters should treat each other alike and favors at Home should not be governed according to their sex. Children have no right to be paid for the work they do at . Corded fabrics. There Are More silk and Wool materials put on the counters each week. New ones that were kept until late in the season have been Aro a strip in a in Rint coat suits of one piece frocks and Are often striped. Some of the colors come with a Plain surface for the skirt and a striped surface for the coat. Silk and Wool Engaline is possibly the Favori Teof them All. The corded fabrics Are in the height of fashion. The idea even runs into Shantung and Pongee. There seems no end to the latter weave. It overspread everything else. Just Why is hard for it is rather rag like when made up and cannot be depended on for Graceful lines. Some of the weaves Are delightful for House frocks and As the material has practically no weight it makes a veal the be other cheap portion and Al g i each piece with Salt and c3 a i boiling water. Cook unt g rolled in flour and Cook 15? j thick. Line the sides ofs3 to i paste rolled a Little thick � the cooked meat and the a. Pastry Cut a Gash three � turn Back the four Corne s oven and bake until the opening in the crust does a serve in the dish in which most comfortable frock for this hot climate. I one of the latest weaves in it has a Diagonal Cord through it. It is very wide and heavy much like stylish Serge. If a woman wants a one piece frock with a Long coat this weave in this material is a Good Haven Register. Our artificial life. Two women on an open car sailing Down Broadway near Houston Street the other afternoon were discussing the artificiality of life in new York. The woman who had taken the negative Side of the argument had been temporarily silenced but she returned to the attack when her Eye caught sight of a big window Box fifty feet Long at least that stretched across the third Story front of one of the great Gray buildings that Are crowded All Day Long with thousands of work people fashioning wearing apparel and other exterior decoration for humans. The Box was filled with the Brilliant Green and White of luxuriant daisies in full Bloom. It was restful to the veritable ocular Oasis in the drab of Broadway. There exclaimed the woman triumphantly. The Man who placed that there is one above sordid Money making. He is a Man who loves nature and Beauty. That proves my argument that All Here is not artificial and a look closer my dear answered the other. Do you see those big signs above and below the window Box they say Blossom & co., artificial plowers that show of Noddin daisies is simply a Sample of what they Are making York press. Glossy hair. How do you keep such Glossy hair asked a girl of a woman of the world. I try to be very particular with mine but As you see it persists in looking i keep Well was the reply. No one s hair will Shine if she is in bad health. Did you never notice How much More Luster your hair has when you feel that life is All to the Good let me get a attack and no amount of care will keep my hair from looking dead. Besides being careful to exercise and watch my diet i regularly polish my hair just As i would my nails. I keep it clean which goes without laying. This does not mean shampooing at fixed intervals but whenever it is necessary. If one has been walking touch or moving around a Dusty House cleaning time the hair will need to be washed before the fixed time. Some women confound Glossy with oily hair. Nothing gives the hair As unkept a look As to have it shining with Oil. Keep the hair As dry As possible then rub it to gloss with a polisher. Brushing helps a lot for gloss but in addition i rub my hair with a piece of Brown velvet. The velvet brushes used to polish men s silk hats make Good hair glosses but tying a piece of velvet around an old Nail Buffer answers every purpose. I am particular not to wave my if hair with too hot Irons As they de stroy the gloss. Unless in a great hurry i use wavers. Sometimes i rub a few drops of Attar of Rose or Violet perfume on my hair before rubbing it with the York press. A woman on the Trail. A Tenderfoot s first night in the Woods is a notable adventure. I shall not forget my strange dismay and homesick perturbation As i crawled with Doe into our tent in the cold Twilight at 9 o clock. The floor of the tent was Laid deep with boughs Over them a pack Mantle was spread the n a Blanket then our sleeping bags then several other blankets. Our comrades tent was pitched near ours and Between the two blazed a genial fire. Doe urged me to make ready for bed in haste before the fire went out and she set me an admired example of celerity. But everything went wrong beneath my blundering hands. I could not find one article in my duffle bag without removing All the others i lost my slippers in the blankets and my cold Cream in the Balsam boughs i was j shivering with cold and fatigue the fire was going out. As for getting into that sleeping Dag never was there such an intricate process nor one More lettering in its results when once it was accomplished. I had to j adjust myself in the bed by a series of wholesale leaps and Bounds hoping against Hope that i might fall upon some soft spit. In the dim Light i peered Over at Doe to see what she had done for a Pillow. There the valiant one Lay fast asleep with her head on her her boots inside the bag obediently i Fol Lowed suit squirming and wriggling in the clutch of that hateful sleeping j bag and dragged up my duffle bag from the ditch. But i was no Jacob nor vet was i Doe to sleep with such a Tough head rest As that and 1 promptly discarded it and made shift to fold up my skirt and Waist. Then of course the buttons got into my ears and the seams made uncomfortable ridges. That was a funny weary night i laughed even at the time. Every time i essayed to turn Over in my still unsatisfied quest for a gentle spot the blankets on top of St part of the neck of veal or some Cut in rather Small pieces. Dust Pepper and barely cover All with in tender then add bits of butter until the Gravy in the step pan is a. Baking dish with a strip of Good a than for fruit pies and fill with Gravy. Cover the top with More inches Long across each Way and is. Set the pie in a rather Quick crust is done. Be sure that the not close by the rising of the paste it is baked. The sleeping bag heaved off into the ditch. Then what a task to get them a Rinir Anil Rpp 5tnhlikvi them Nprma with my pinioned arms i sat up and stared out into the dusk of the dim Gray Northern night and longed i confess my Home and my kindly soft White five women on the Trail by Zephine Humphrey in the Outing Magazine. For morning Wear Chamois and Castor gloves Are still the rage. Cotton voile leads As a material among the lace trimmed blouses. Field Flowers in their natural col rings Are appearing on hats. Navy Blue veiling with dots in Vel vet Are a feature of the season. Many of the new waists Are of net embroidered in a color and Gold. The silk Rose is worn upon the corsages Well As used to trim hats. Alluring indeed Are the Satin Violet which Are favourites for trimming. To Wear with dutch collars there Are charming Little clasps of brilliants. A straight Row of buttons Down the front of a dress is not in Good style. The pin Stripe in Linen Lawn is positively fascinating for Wear with the Linen suit when it repeats the gown Olor. Apropos of leather Toilette accessories both suede and Glace gloves Are worn the former Fine and velvety the latter highly glazed. For morning Wear about the House nothing is More attractive than the freshly laundered shirt Waist dress of Linen or Lawn. Dressmakers have declared that the Best Width around the Bottom for the present Day clinging skirt is two Yards and a Little Over. Jersey cloth and Albatross Are both worn for the tops of petticoats. For smart afternoon Wear Pale toned gloves Are now the thing in Paris. The tones most in use Are Rose Pearl Fawn and butter yellow one of the new notes among flow ers is a mixture of English Wall flow ers and forget me not. Cross stitch embroidery has a re Vival. It is used vim Cushion Cov ers table covers Bis Etc. Runck and White syrian scarfs or egyptian veils riveted with Silver or Gold Are the most popular draperies worn afternoons and evenings. Dangles tassels fringes All Are in order and passement Erie drop trim mings May be found in the metallic Pearl Jet and Crystal effects. The smartest of slippers Are made of Irish Crochet. They have a lining1 of silk a stunning Gold buckle and of course the High French Heel. The new old fashioned sashes of wide Black Chantilly lace bound or bordered with Black velvet ribbon Are to be worn Over White or Light coloured dresses. \ Jse of tails. They serve As propellers Boas trowel Sau us wrwwww., Canada were exhibited in London. They attracted Little serious attentional the time however and it was not until 18 78 that Canadian Asbestos began to be mined on a Large scale. Since then the Black Lake Region of Quebec has been found to produce the first Fibre in the world and now nearly ninety per cent of All the Asbestos used comes from the Dominion. Deposits Are found however All Over the world notably in South Africa but none of them produce the White Fibre of the Canadia mines their color ranging from Blue and Green to the recently discovered and very Beautiful Pink Asbestos of India. The spinning and weaving of Asbestos has offered Many difficulties As the Asbestos fibres have no rough surface like Wool or Cotton but Are very smooth and thus have a tendency to slip by one another when twisted and subject to tension. An admixture of vegetable or animal Fibre was therefor often necessary but while these facilitated the manufacturing operations they impaired the fire resistance of the fabric and special machinery and ingenious devices had to be invented to enable the successful spinning of a pure Asbestos yarn it is however now possible to make a single Asbestos thread a mile in length which weighs but a Pound and a half. Asbestos paint plaster flooring ceiling and Wall decorations Asbestos bricks tiles slabs and even Asbestos lumber Are now used largely in making buildings fireproof and whole blocks of buildings made entirely of these Asbestos materials have been erected within recent years in the newer american cities. New York world. Her guess. The fat t you think travel Broadens one the thin , yes. You be Beon on a Long journey Haven t you?".yonkcrs statesman. department raising ducks. Case in Point where they did better without water. We confess that after raising ducks in a Small Way for three years we cannot satisfactorily say whether it is profitable to raise ducks without giving them Access to water. This year we raised them without letting them have Access to water excepting for drinking purposes. During the Summers of 1906 and 1907 we raised 200 Mammoth Pekins and the youngsters took to the water within eighteen hours after being taken from the incubator or within Twenty four hours after the old Hen came off the nest with them. The water a Small Stream was within 300 Yards of the hatching place and every Duck with one Accord took a Bee line for it says a writer in farm and Home. We had Good Luck with them. This year we kept watch of the youngsters for several weeks keeping them away from the water. In a few weeks they would Range around the feed within Twenty paces of the Brook but have never taken a swim. We have the Pekin and the Indian runner Breeds and for the past sixty Days or More they Nave Graze in Cue a Suic often going almost to the Edge of the Brook. They seem to be perfectly healthy and Content and we have not lost a Duck by disease nor had any sick or ailing. After eating they go through All the motions of a swim dipping themselves and going through the motions As if they were in the water. We like ducks because they Are so healthy and so easily controlled. We aim to Market the Pekins at ten weeks old and expect such ducks to average fully five pounds or Over. To i reach these figures they must nol have too much Range or too much seems to me that the Breeding ducks should have free Access to water. I believe the eggs will be More Fertile and the ducks healthier and stronger. Alarm for poultry House. By arranging a wire to pass fron the Hen House door to a Bell on the veranda of the House after the Man Ner shown in the accompanying illustration warning will be Given when a poultry House alarm. The door of the poultry House it opened. If anything is wrong in the Hen House and the alarm is Given a Man can close the door of the her House while standing on the veranda by pulling the wire which is attached to the Bell. During the Day the wire can be unhooked and thus relieve the Bell from duty. If desired suggests Prairie Farmer j the Bell can be placed outside in a Box which will make it sound louder vile Cost of food. According to the new York Agri cultural Experiment station the Cost of food per Chick to weigh one Pound. Herroin a the fill cents of us b1uuuu. Whole Grain three and seven tenths cents. After making repeated Testa in feeding this station says the ground Grain ration proved considerably More profitable than the whole Grain ration for the growing Chicks and the same was True of Capone of equal weight and age fed alike Bej fore Capon izing. No difference was noticed in health or vigor of Chicks or Capone fed either ration. A prize Bird. Barred p. To k c Ock. Find Moraine feed. Two parts Oats two parts cracked Corn and one part wheat make ? Good morning feed to be thrown into litter. Feed what they need to keep i them Busy till a quart to ten fowls amount needed varies with different Breeds. The beginner finds Many stumbling j blocks in the artificial methods but experience shows the trick of How to easily step Over the output of rubies in Burma Dir Long 1907 amounted to 2.12s.3gs trucks valued in Magoo books at $577, Royalty Revenue for the year was $99,245. Tiie Market ror iridies wag fairly Good the first of the year falling away Descour Aginsky toward the Las of the year. His idea. Sammy admiringly surveying his lately arrived twin Sisters did Yoa get them cheaper by taking the. Tuo papa?.smart set. Intolerable itching. I fearful eczema All Over baby s Pace professional treatment failed a perfect cure by Cuti Cura. When my Little girl was six months old noticed email red spots on her right i Heek. They grew so Large that i sent for i she doctor but instead of helping the erupt Ion his ointment seemed to make it worse. Then i went to a second doctor who said t was eczema. He also gave me an Ointa nent which did not help either. The Dis ease spread All Over the face and the Eye began to swell. The itching grew insole risible and it was a terrible sight to see. I consulted doctors for months but they were unable to cure the baby. I paid out i rom $20 to $30 without Relief. One evening i began to use the Cuti Cura remedies. The next morning the baby s face was All White instead of red. I continued until the t eczema entirely disappeared. Mrs. P. E. Sumbin Sheldon la., july 13, 1908." Potter drug & chem. Corp., sole props f Cuti Cura remedies Boston mass. The actual valuation of All tobacco produced and manufactured in Cuba last year was at least $45,000,000. Vars. Wins Lovs soothing syrup for children teething softens the Gums reduces inflammation allays pain cures wind Colic,25c. A bottle e. Or Eft Britain s Coal output in 1908 shows i decrease of 2.35 per cent., or 6,306,473 tons. 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The author presents to the pub lie a volume of the great Jester s most pungent jokes comic harangues caustic hits upon men and manners lectures anecdotes sketches of adventure original songs and poetical effusions Wise and witty serious satirical and sentimental sayings of i the sawdust Arena of other Days. Old Dan Rice As proprietor of the i famous one horse show was More j of a National character than Artimus Ward and this volume contains the bum or which made the nation laugh even while the great civil War raged. This fascinating Book of boo pages 1 beautifully illustrated will be sent i postpaid to you for $1.50. Address Book publishing House 134 Leonard. Street. New York City. I of the 63,453 chinese admitted into the Transvaal Only 17,000 Are still there. N.y.27 Allen is shake or Allen s foot ease a powder in nervous feet Anc Yak bunions. 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