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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - February 21, 1901, Danville, Pennsylvania i Lek t Knox a k. U. East. Wakut 7.13 . 10.17 a a 1 38 r. M a i i. A. Lac a a a my a a .51 is my. 17 a. M. 4 53 1. M. T spectacle War children s column. Pembroke poultry farm. Scrubs Are costly. Ii. L. A a w. K k. Bart. a. M. 10 in a i. M. 4. Ill West. 51.00 a. M. 12.47 a. M. 4.3 a a s.21i Quot mondays. Of it. To p. I. 12 17 p. M. 8.20 a a pro Llu a Reading k. H. North. South. 7.32 a. M 11.25 a. M. 4.00 1�. M. 0.05 p. M. Loom Street 7.31a.m. 11.23 . 4. p. M. 3.01 p. >1 d k. J. 4 w Kin foot sur6e0n dentist f Rinck Mill sr., opposite the Post office. Operative and mechanical dentistry carefully per Louried Teeth positively extracted without pain with Lias Ether and chloroform treat aug and filling Teeth Asuree Lalov. Yaj n. K48r went attorney at Law office Over Paules drug store Montgomery building ill Street Danville. A j. J. Brown the Eye a specially. Eyes tested treated fitted with Glas it is and artificial eyes supplied. 311 Market Street Bloomsburg a. Hours�?10 a. In. To 5 p. M. Telephone 1430. February work. Timely reminders sowing Flower seed. Planta. Etc. Flower St eds to can be started this month in the greenhouse and in frames in Southern localities in the House window if one is sure the suitable conditions the following kinds which require to be Well established in the Early Spring Ageratum Abutilon tuberous Begonia and Begonia Vernon. Cent Aurea Gyin Nocaria. Candidi Sima and c. Clemente and Cineraria mar Tima the last five named for bedding Calce olaria chinese pinks coleus for bedding cyclamen forget Minot Glovinia Grevillet robusta Gyp Sophila Heliotrope Lantana Oleander Pansy Perilla for bedding Salvia up lenders Smilax. Solan uni Catsicas Trum and s. Cilia turn thu Bergia Verbena. Resting kinds plants that have been resting can now be Given warmer quarters in Good Light and be supplied with water and encouraged to Start. Starting chrysanthemums carnations fuchsias geraniums Tea Rosos and Many other kinds plants can be started during the month. Growing should be taken to give plants air file Days and to avoid excess beat to keep the foliage clean and free from insects. Hard wooded plants that Are grown from year to year in pots such As oranges Lemons camellias etc., May now need a top dressing fresh Rich soil. would be better that the work pruning vines in the Garden and Vineyard should All be completed this month. Planting for the seasons Complete plans should be made while there 1� yet some Leisure for All the various kinds work to be done during Spring and summer. These plants should be put in writing and then followed through the season deviating from them Only As improvements and necessary changes make it desirable. And this useful Little outline work to to done originates with such excellent authority a9 Vick. Norfolk Island Pines. Among pretty plants which especially when tied up with red ribbons made a Brave show at the Holiday season were the Norfolk Island Pine Araucaria Excelsa and its varieties. These Are popular decorative House plants and appear to be Well adapted to the Dwarf Norfolk Island Pine conditions to which they Are subjected in such use. Kept in the cooler part the room with More less Light and due attention to soil moisture the plants preserve their foliage and color Well for months and even years. Care should be taken As much As possible to keep them free from dust and frequent spraying springing is desirable. The engraving from Vicki a Magazine shows a variety. Nana compact which grows More compactly than others the species. A Date farm. The Date farm at Tempe a. T., which is under the supervision tie state Experiment station has lately acquired about 400 Dale Trees Choice varieties secured from Algeria by a. Swingle. These Ore All buekers from bearing Trees so the kind fruit they will produce is known. These Trees Are to be used for propagating purposes and a part tie suckers obtained from them will be distributed throughout the Southwest where the Date is said to thrive in Many sections doing especially Well under irrigation. Vou associate with Mcwils during your waking hours you need not expect Angels to visit you in your new 9. Flow to conquer die. A i was just about gone writes mrs. Rosa Richardson Laurel Springs n. C., a i had consumption so bad that the Best doctors said i could not live More than a month but i began to use . Kings new discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am Well now and Stout. A its an unrivalled life Saver in consumption pneumonia la Grippe and bronchitis infallible for coughs. Odds. Asthma Hay fever. Croup whooping co Vrh. Guaranteed bottles 50c. And $l.. Trial bottle free at Paules amp cons Drig it Ore. How a great army appears when the March. Lord Roberta lord Roberts a bobs a As he is affectionately spoken in the army is a wiry Little Man Quick in every movement showing the nervous Energy which possesses him. Ills deep piercing eyes look into the other Many Sas if he would read his thoughts faster than his lips can Frame the words. His Gray Mustache bristling Over Bis Mouth and his Visorde Cap drawn slightly Over his eyes give him a rather pugnacious air. He Speaks in Quick Short incisive sentences with no waste words and demands that the officers who come by scores to report shall do the same. Clustered around the doorway the Regency Are a dozen officers waiting for an entree to his office. He has been calling them in and sending them away for Over two hours already. Suddenly he appears at the door with a Short and pleasant a Good morning gentlemen a poses for the photographer waiting for him and asks a whom do you represent a exclaims a thank you 1 wish you Success a and turns to the officers nods at one and walks bark Ami Forth with him the Garden path while he explains some military necessity. He takes them up one after another in this manner constantly walking. His brows knitted in thought stopping just Long enough to punctuate his remarks by decisive and expressive gestures the Dinwiddle in harpers weekly. Will Boom his business. S. Lavel a merchant Dallas. Tex., writes a i thought i would have to give up business after two years suffering from general debility brought by overwork and Long hours but four bottles electric bitters gave me new life i can now eat anything sleep Well and feel like working All the time. Its a wonderful tonic and health builder for tired weak sickly and run Down people try it. Satisfaction guaranteed. On 50c. At Paules amp cons drug store. A Deal rpt ton the order in whack a British column a a Uncein when it la a Reid a Iii to attack the stronghold an ennui a. A British column advancing in time War through an enemy a country is at once a magnificent and a remarkable j spectacle rather to be quite Correct j it would in. Provided the Eye could Lake in All the details at a single glance. But that is just precisely what the Eye cannot do. A column even moderate strength when the move lengthens itself out abnormally so much so indeed that a body troops which in review order could be packed within a moderate sized Parade ground will occupy ribbon Wise eight ten even More Miles country. We will therefore take tip a position an Eminence and watch in imagination a column British regulars marching an enemy a stronghold. First there will come in sight Riding at a walking Pace a solitary pair horsemen. These Are the Advance Points As they Are termed and Are thrown Forward perhaps a mile ahead tin Vanguard. They arc the Lookout for the enemy and the first hint danger it is their duty to ride Back to left and right and alarm the flankers. These latter Are thrown out fan Wise from the cavalry which screens the infantry Vanguard and they in turn pass the word Back along the trailing snakelike ribbon armed men till within half an hour say the enemy a being first sighted the entire command knows the threatened danger and is prepared to Deal with it. The two advanced Points have been Well likened to a couple electric buttons which being touched thrill the alarm Down both flanks throughout the entire length the column with which they Are in communication. The simile is not quite perfect however for the alarm is sounded by these living electric buttons while yet the danger is Remote. Some hundreds Yards in the rear the cavalry screen comes the advanced guard subdivided into a Vanguard Aud a main guard. This latter constitutes the first fighting unit the advancing column and its strength is course proportionate to the strength the Force it is covering. With it Are Field and machine guns sappers miners engineers ambulances Reserve ammunition wagons and so Forth. In fact the Advance guard n Large column constitutes in itself a fighting Force a miniature army so to speak Complete in practically All essential details. After the advanced guard has passed we shall probably see emerging from the Clouds dust which always except in wet weather envelops As with a Mantle a column the March another solitary pair horsemen and then at intervals another and yet another. These Are the connecting links. A half troop perhaps if the Force is a Large one a whole troop cavalry will come next then More connecting links and lastly the officer commanding surrounded and accompanied by his staff. The uninitiated in matters military will now probably expect to see the main body the army but no. A single infantry battalion maybe two will perhaps pass marching strictly a to attention a bayonets fixed and officers swords carried naked at the slope after which there will heave slowly into sight an apparently endless train Field artillery machine guns ammunition wagons ambulances tool carts forage and store wagons and numbers led horses. It �9 Only when this heterogeneous procession has come to an end that the thickening the dust Cloud Aud the measured tramp tramp tramp Herald the approach the infantry brigades. On they come rifles at the slope it the Trail talking laughing joking singing smoking As though War and its attendant horrors were u thousand Miles away. On they come and still battalion after battalion brigade after brigade. It becomes almost monotonous after awhile for the mighty lighting machines each composed 1,900 More individual fighting units swing past with mechanical precision Gigantic Ntomata. Everything moves As if by clockwork. Thirty paces interval is the regulation distance Between battalions and brigades and 30 paces interval it is no More no less. There is to slackening no hesitancy for All the apparent free and easiness. A company lags but a foot two. It is spurred sharply Forward by a biting phrase half expostulation half command uttered by its Captain. A battalion does likewise and a wave from the hand its Ever watchful chief sends the adjutant galloping Down the right flank exploding As lie goes. So is the Force kept a Strung and a very necessary process is this same stringing up. The loss a few Yards at the head Means hundreds at the Tail. Trivial Check to the front a Long column is a serious delay to the men in the rear it. Aud Coati us Al stepping out rapid closing tends to exhaust troops. With the passing the rearmost brigade the interest to the average Spectator largely vanishes. True there follow More machine guns More tool carts ammunition wagons led horses etc., but All these have been seen before. The bearer companies with their trim stretchers and the red Cross Geneva showing conspicuously their tunic sleeves arouse a Brief curiosity but they Are out sight swallowed up in the dust Cloud almost Ere we realize their presence. If. However we care to occupy our position for another hour so we shall see yet another Cloud dust advancing toward us. This is formed by the baggage train which follows nil armies. Lastly comes the rear guard followed by a Small detachment military police whose duty it is to look after express. A homemade Hill. How two ii a and their father Mode a Fine Liik Liro nud. While torn and Billy lived in new a Axlund they found plenty Hills t a i slide upon Nice level Hills As Billy said looking Back to the delightful slides longingly. Billy always said a a level when he meant but All about the new Home the land was hardly broken by even a rippling i adulation. The a a Hills were really Aud truly very Nice and level the sled runners would have grown Rusty if the boys father had nut had us inspiration which the three very speedily put into tangible shape. With a few figure i. Sticks Joist some strips Board for stays and a few Short planks they put up such a framework As is shown in Fig. L there was no making mortise tenons. The posts were set in their proper positions right in the Snow and strips Board were then nailed from one to another As shown. The a a stringers were Laid right top the posts and nailed there. Then the planks were Laid across the two that were inclined and Over the level stringers at the top. Afterwards a rail was nailed about the whole us shown in Fig. 2, and the first snowstorm completed the work. Here was a a a Hill made to order and file sliding it afforded especially after a snowstorm that left a Fine hard crust. Down the incline the sleds would dash with Force enough to carry them far out upon the level and this a a Hill one did not have to keep watching out for teams that always will appear at the foot country Village coasting stretches just As a boy and his sled Are a for action at the top this const that Tom and Billy a father built for them with the boys help As i have said was eight feet High with an incline is feet in length. Up and Down one Side were Steps each made by two bits Board nailed to the planking As shown. When these were covered with Snow they still afforded the foundations for Steps that were quickly made Over them in the Snow the Steps occupying but 15 inches space in the coast s six feet Width. The sketches Are give brooding House and laying House that have proved successes. There is an extensive poultry Plant at Pembroke Genesee county n. Y., that has been in successful operation for some years but which nothing has been written probably because it is devoted to the production eggs and i poultry for Market Only. The buildings this Plant Are three in number. The principal one is the brooding House j which is 110 feet Long by 10 feet wide. In front it is 4 feet to the eaves while at the rear the roof rises to the height 8 feet. The roof is tin. At one end this House a pit 10 by 14 feet is excavated to a depth four feet. In this is placed the boiler which heats the pipes the Brooder system As it is necessary to have the top the Heater a level with the pipes. Four it Inch pipes run through the building three feet from the rear Wall. These pipes Are Laid at a height one foot from the floor and furnish beat for the Brooder. Six inches from the pipe nearest the Wall the Back the Brood t is built. At intervals four feet along this Back boards Are nailed j reaching to the front the Brooder House and dividing it into 14 pens 4 by 13 feet to every dividing Board at distances six inches from the front pipes Are nailed timbers reaching to the Selling. To these Are hinged the covers to each Section the Brooder. The covers Are one Inch above the pipes. A heavy cloth with slits to allow the passage Chicks into the pen covers the front there is no Money in inferior live Stock. La whirl Farmers re a loss flt a Vireil Ailiin Ulm 4 re a Cecal Tea mid not where 1�?~rutlta Are wanted. Due the unsolved mysteries in connection with american agriculture is the amazing indifference displayed by such a Large proportion even the bet ter class Farmers in the matter the Quality their live Stock says the breeders Gazette. In spite the Plahy lessons the Market place there is widespread failure to apply them in actual practice. Many do not patronize improved sires any sort others choose unwisely and Are disappointed. Still another class destroy Progress already made by resorting to an injudicious Cross such As Breeding a cow a beef Breed to a Dairy bred Dull tinting a draft Mare to a coach trotting bred stallion. There is no room any properly managed farm for inferior live Stock. It pays no profit and involves a useless waste animal foods. Too Many farm electricity in mining. To gunk ii. In with the idea that perhaps other boys and other boys fathers May feel inclined to give nature a lift too. Such a coasting course is easily quickly and cheaply built and can be taken Down when the Snow is gone. It affords sliding not Only where Hills Are wanting but where there is so much travel As to make coasting in the Highway dangerous where and this is specially important there is Likely to be company in the coasting that is neither agreeable nor Donnell in Philadelphia Ledger. The Little Square clock. The China dog the table sat. And the Ivory elephant round and fat. And the Crystal cat and the Little Square clock tick Tock tick Tock tick Tock tick Tock. Down came a fairy to dear and Sweet Golden haired to the tips her feet. No taller she was than a Light soft Quill. And she asked them to wish As fairies will. Loud roae the dogs beseeching Wail a i have Loet my tall i i have lost my Tail i 0 fairy free if thy Power be True give me a new give me a newly up spake the elephant spirit sunk a i have cracked my trunk l 1 have cracked my trunk i fairy free if thy Power be True. Give me a new give me a newly quoth the Crystal cat a i much rejoice for in be lost my voice . In be lost my voice fairy free if thy Power be True give to a me a give me a me we the fairy s Wand had a wondrous quirk each gift a True Forth and began its work and then she us and she turned quite red silo d forgotten the Little Square clock that said a my Corners have never a Crick crack. My hands Are whole and i Haven to a Lack. O fairy free Dost bid me choose give give me something to lose a the Crystal cat mowed a silent Mew the dog and the elephant wondered too. The fairy nodded a nod Sublime and flourished her Wand and gave it time. She gave it time since when the Grace satisfaction is its face. And All Duy Long All night it will sit. Losing and losing and loading it. A Agnes Lee in St. Nicholas. Effective soap. The children s Toboggan slide is quit an institution in a certain Nursery. It is an old ironing Board a Good wide one and when its end is tipped up a chair it furnishes All kinds amusement to the Small owners. The other Day the children discovered a new Joy in the ironing Board. They placed it Flut upon the floor. Then they smuggled a piece soap from the bathroom and soaped the Board Well from end to end. It Mude a famous slide. The three boys and the girl who is the wildest boy the four gave themselves plenty room to run and the Board was Long enough to make a Good slide. One after the other ran t a Chase grew exc Tim y a i. A a t. Ing her turn a am in it i own the Hall and Aero to la our. The impel it was too Linn i. H r heels flew up. In she came Down hard very hard. She gathered herself together i h i bewildered look her fare. Then a lie stood up slow a a dear she said a i did t know soap was so effective a Wax if it Engin ind. The annual report the changes in rates wages and hours labor in great Britain during the year 1889 has just been issued. The Prosperity the country was such that the percentage the unemployed was the lowest recorded since 1890. The changes wages last year aggregated a Rise $575,000 per week an increase $100,000 Over the year 1898. U lint ill Mother meant. A i see now what my old Mother meant a said . Newlywed As he took up a particularly soggy piece bread. A what your Mother meant a echoed his wife. A yes what my Mother meant. When i used to find fault with the meat the biscuits she would shake her head prophetically and say a never mind my boy you May see tin Day when you will be glad to get this a a a Indianapolis Sun. Bucklen a Arnica Salve has world wide Fame for marvellous cures. It surpasses any other Salve lotion. Ointment Balm for cuts Corn Burns boils. Sores. Felons ulcers. Tetter. Salt Rheum fevers Ltd a chapped hands skin eruptions infallible for poles. Me guaranteed it Only 25c, at Paules a too a drug store brooding House at Pembroke. Each Brooder. A false Bottom is in each compartment and by adjusting this at different distances from tie steam pipes the heat is easily regulated. Fences three feet High made wire screen one Inch mesh separate the pens. The space above the Brooder is closed with a Gate wire netting to enable the attendant to enter the pen with ease. In the front the House there Are 24 windows 2 by 3 feet one for each pen. For each Section there is a Small Yard in which pleasant Days the Chicks Are allowed to run. Cut Straw Hay is scattered the floors the pen9 and in the Brooder. Sawdust was tried but the Chicks ate it. With disastrous results. In each Section is a feeding rack in which is also a watering Basin. This device not Only saves food but keeps the Chicks from overturning the water Basin being drowned in it. Attached to this House is a Wing 14 by 49 feet divided into killing and feed rooms and n Bouse occupied by the overflow from the Brooder in summer and by laying Stock during the remainder the year in the killing room is a two barrel Kettle for hot water with which to scald the Birds As the Buffalo Market demands. The Cost material for the Brooder House and Wing was $85. The style construction with Low front and roof not Only materially reduces the Cost but makes the House much warmer. The Cost the hot water pipes boiler etc., installed ready for operation was $73, while the expense for wire and lumber in the pens brought the whole Cost up to $175. After using the House for several years the owner . E. Ii. Hall says that he Enn think no improvement which might be made upon it and says that when he builds another House for laying Stock he will construct it the same hues As the Brooder House except that he will have the roof Cue foot higher both in front and rear. The House for laying Stock is 100 by 10 feet and is divided into six parts each with a Yard attached. To secure eggs in Winter it is necessary that the House be warm hence this House was built with double Walls having tarred paper Between and was provided with a boiler and steam pipes. These pipe run the whole length the building Aud Are Laid close to the Wall about two feet from the floor. The floor is gravel covered with leaves and Straw. A Board floor was first used but was soon discarded. There is a Row movable nest boxes below the pipes while just above them Are the Roost boards. When the weather becomes quite cold beat is supplied. Contrary to what would be expected this mild artificial heat does not seem to weaken the fowls Render them liable to disease. In Cating the poultry House has proved to be a very profitable investment. This House Cost slightly More than did the other the double Wall bringing the Cost up to $110.�?s. F. Hoxton in reliable poultry journal. Shorthorn Bull calf ers have the erroneous idea that the Well bred animal is a luxury that can Only be afforded by the Rich. It is True that the training pure bred Stock for show involves a More loss elaborate equipment and compels the expenditure much Money. It is also True that Many men Large Means engage in blood Stock Breeding upon an extravagant basis. The fact remains nevertheless that the average Farmer can handle Well bred Uve Stock at a relatively greater profit than the so called a a professionals and is Blind to his own Best interest if he neglects to maintain some suitable variety As a leading feature i1i9 farming operations. These truisms 1 have been reiterated in these columns so often that it May seem Idle to repeat i them Here. At the same time the Point is one such supreme importance that it cannot too often be discussed. Animals Good form Aud Quality Are always scalable and there is no Farmer however moderate his Means but can improve the Type his cattle his sheep his hogs his Bors a in one generation by resorting to the use a pure bred male. Females can be sent for service to some Good sire in the neighbourhood if it is not deemed expedient to buy one. Where there is a wish to improve a Way can always Lee found to make n beginning. The desire to rear Good Stock instead Quot scrubs must first exist. The Means attaining that end will readily present themselves if honestly sought. It is All Well enough for example to ship in feeding cattle from a distance but Why May not the Farmers the com and Blue grass Bolt carry Good herds cows and rear a still better Grade calves than can usually be in Milit the Range in Central markets buyers Are scouring the country for Good Young steers and cannot find them. Why do not Farmers Breed to fill this steady demand it will commonly pay any careful Farmer to buy a few registered cows heifers and Breed them to pedigreed bulls the same Type. One does not need to wait until Able to Purchase a Lurge lot one two Good pure bred heifers properly handled will soon grow into Money. And so with sheep any other variety the Domestic animals. Few Farmers Are Rich enough to afford the luxury they should not be tolerated any Laud that grows Good crops. Magnetic uncut in it Telly in in a a i i a str Nui and it us Irry a Oil air Len new York evening inst Way to that electricity is in Pill it replacing a Lanui and compressed air in Miles All Over the country. Due Nebr the other is taking up hat kind Power Aud it seems As if within a Short space time most the underground work would be carried by electric Force. There is 110 doubt its cheapness for drills As compared with other kinds Power and it certainly is much More convenient. To bring Strum Coin pics so a air to the heading tunnels sometimes Many anti Drew foot underground. It has been necessary to build Long pipes and to moot with delays through broken joints and Many other accidents which Are Likely to Hup a ii to pipe lines. It i the other hand the electric Power wires an flexible do not require to be Laid in any particular Way and Are always ready for us. One the objections to the use electricity instead compressed air might be overcome without much trouble. In using the High explosives in the heading a Long Tunnel where there is 110 Means ventilation the pipe which furnishes the air for the \ drills is left open and the gases from the explosion Are quickly driven out the Tunnel so that the men can it to work again in a Short space time. This has always been one the great advantages this method drilling. This result can be reached As Well with electricity by building a big exhaust Blower it the Mouth the Tunnel using the electricity to drive it and Clearing the Tunnel the noxious gases in even less time. Thus there would be a gain in time usually lost while waiting for the air to Clear As Well As in Economy in running the drills. In the cripple Creek mining District in Colorado the electric Drill is making Inore Progress than in any other part that mining in it. The Colorado electric Power company which has its Plant at Canon City has recently put electric hoisting engines in several mines and has made contracts for lighting and furnishing Power to others. A lot electric drills have been ordered by the company and within fio Days it is expected that they will be id operation in some the mines. It is declared that the new drills will not Only permit a saving at least 50 per cent in working Cost but will maintain a higher degree efficiency. All Points underground where the More cumbersome steam Drill cannot reach the electric Drill May Lee used with ease. I people the Day. General John w Clou Deputy Udert a Tbs investigation the a g methods the military a Adena is not a stranger to West Point As professor Law he a pent Fow years at the Academy. I a quaint an with the Post Date from an a a a alter period however. Ii a member the band and lived a year n the it a he Barracks near a Logtown general Clous entered the army a a private musician in the ninth infantry 00 feb. Tor striping a Llau old ter re i if a 4 la a aia a v Nessa for i Pakatar a i reel.? a Erpe Fli rounded surface. Robed to t Brien Tiftic Naaier a a a a Fri Enki it a. A n v the Striper a a a at to general John w. T la 2. 1857. I 1811 he was pro muted to Corporal and quartermaster sergeant. In november. 18g2. He received a con Mission As second lieutenant the sixth infantry and three Yea a late pm came first lieutenant. He was pm moved to Captain in 1417 and nearly 2f years later became a major in the judge advocate general a office the verdict. Hi11 fiend in l a hirer. Tie Powers Liat demand the Eileen Tion certain chinese became connection with the Boxer uprising and massacres especially designate i Rinee Tuan As one who shall pay forfeit with his life. Germany has in positive terms regarding i Rinee Tuan As the american Hen. R. G. R Candage the president the Farmers National Congress recognized in his opening speech that a Large portion aug Erleau Prosperity is due to the industrious american Hen. Fie demonstrated by statistical proofs that lie energetic biddies the United 61.11c. Through habits Early rising and by Aiu titling it lil etly to business a Veu Day in Ilie week annually Lay Mukh Worth eggs. Blit this is not All. They rear families that Oen Tully go the markets As roasters and broilers and tills increase . Cauda go says has in addition s total sue $40.000,000. Unprofitable Stock. It is one thing to keep 1111 old animal that has been the Pride and pet the family for years after it has ceased to be profitable and another to keep one that is not and never was Able to earn its keeping. Yet while not Many Farmers feel Able to do the former for sentiments Sake there Are hundreds who Are doing the latter from 110 other reason than an unpardonable ignorance As to a e Cost keeping Ami the actual results received from the animal. The Babcock test is doing much to Weed out some the unprofitable cows when used in connection with the regular weighing the milk but other animals need to let a looked after. Sheep need to be culled carefully every year and those that do not produce and bring up Good lambs and a Good shearing Wool should be fitted for Mutton. There is Many a Man who keeps a horse when he could hire one to do tie work he has for him it less than the Cost feeding and others who keep two though one could do the work excepting during a few Days in the year. Weed out the unprofitable animals even if obliged to kill and Bury them. They May do the world some Good in that cultivator. Prince Tuan k a no i. He wa9 the head and front the Organ a Zed military forces the boxers and the assassination the German minister. Yon Keteler is Laid at his door. Prince Tuan has been reported surrendered capture dead escaped and out the country half a dozen times each during the Oast Nix weeks lion to make sane. Mix a a cup sugar nth a one table spoonful cornstarch. Stir it into two cups boiling water Cut a out a minutes stirring often. Add one tablespoonful Lemon juice one table spoonful butter Aud serve. New York rare Narion appear a to have poet. Many will a to i Arn that a Kiu Mulk is my it re ult a fill Forfi apr Inak aug than for Sale to City . E at 3 in a a lbs Ltd rat aah i car must. In Nen Chirik for to. South pie the Duke Abruzzi will eat a upon a a ply ration w i h i a by Hui a cultivated a yet. It would be a Sneor Titi Surprise if the we uth a a re to be first reached. Buffalo t.�?Twrfa�. The present Coa Gresa May be a ked to consider thee a edit Ney uniform marriage Aud Derorre Law. The ease a Uteri us divorce is one Ltd the Nav a Nul joke. There Jaq opportune a a legislation in that direction. state journal. The Pretet to the artists a. I not any meddling with the White ii a in a once a report from a a i a National Ronqui Sitoa Arr. It a. Tor and Lac ise ape Gard not r a a altogether Rea too i in Aud a in Hartford Uon Raal the German izing Eastern priv a proceeds apace. It is a my t at Kij Ewo a Het Diun ter a his p c have received not fee that to my it a to Wear la my is Biira in the Leaf f. Gear being considered As Tion Alist idea. I farting a 7.�v z the a Clem with Antonid in a Thieles Dia a a a i a other Dethe. Other rules and the new n a Homes a it capital things so Long As they keep a a their pm a and Glt right. Bit place wot a it a a a to tool they arc a Aiea Aee Aud a horror. A new York Tribune. If the settler at a Lawm Fth in old have manag d to land it a the historic Mek a Home Day either a month before Christina a nne qty after the Burreece it that High festival in fathers fax would find much More general serval a at the hands this latter Day Genera Tion.-b<ti4i Globa. A Seattle physician Rhee Rudy and approvingly Anne Oncea that the practice a becoming More and More Mem. N Mph the member a it his prof Eiloo to a put to a Leepy permanently patients whose Sof Fering Are i Urai be. It a night Hevy i for people who travel to a be a Ute motion hereafter at it it getting Akita he ittle. Siu Kri Druco bulimia. Waal a fun he a waffles. If to be a Are Well washed. Def in hot water and then in cold directly after Nee. There will be a difficulty in hex it them clean. Done tue a Brush As a Here k Al ways the danger that bristles n a be b it in the Bott ia4 to 1 ing Ahot la equally danger instant Lead p it a a ring hate it i so a n Thia Hau in done. Add a very Little a a a to the it water and after w ii it Nav no leave the bul tie to a Akio cold water till weeded. Ass to a co 11 sat. We eel. Bel it a Fine May re an let f to i Broil in the it Iamb a a Aamer Stew Lay a hot pint ter in Tim my urn Brown three Soares barter a a frying Pau. Then throw n a a Tel water so w. A. T wished and re a let t it a a a then add three at it a spoon fits it a Negar and Sis shake Pepper. H hew lot. Pour the whole Ever the heft place in the even in in re it Owen. To few x 11,1. I n e r y them Apt fee 122 Mill Strei a a a Edison a phonograph better than a piano run Muir Box it Sno am talk a Well a a Parx. A my done to mat As Mali it Elm Ali Ennis if any Lustrino. I and stories and sinus the old land liar hymn a Hastie it i-.1 ways ready. cd Otic a Sigi Liture i it Cut by machine. It Ata Logus ail dealer a National phonograph co., 1j5 hath ave a a new verb. Government bulletin value to Mother. Many valuable pamphlets which would let a great use to the House Mother May he obtained free application to the department agriculture at Washington. Some these Are the nutritive value and Cost foods souring milk Ami other changes in milk products meats composition and cooking milk As food fish As food sugar As food bread and bread making household insects. In which much useful information is Given As to their extermination. Besides these there Are spa Ial treatises beekeeping mushroom growing poultry raising. Butter making. Asparagus culture and other subjects interesting to women who live in the country to be had for the ladies Home journal. Working overtime. Eight hour Laws Are ignored by those tireless Little workers . King s new life pills. Millions Are always at work night and Day. Curing indigestion bilious Ness. Constipation. Sick headache and All stomach. Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy pleasant Safe. Sure. Only 25c. At Paules amp cons drug store. Overripe meat. The London Rural world answers a question a a what can be done with meat kept a Little too Long but not unlit for food a and suggests washing vinegar Borax permanganate Potash and charcoal applied in various ways. We have always held that meat a kept a Little too Long is not fit for human food and tint it ought to be taken out and buried a woman a knit Lancer. Of miss Nevada Stout Dyerville o., who has received a License to run a stationary engine the District examiner states that she answered correctly 24 the 23 questions asked which is better than the average male Engineer does. Lie says �?o1 never was More surprised in my life than when 1 entered the engine room the Mill where this Young woman is employed for she is barely 18. The machinery was As clean As a new pin. There Wasny to a speck rust it and she was shovelling Coal into the Furnace Ami looking after the 50 horsepower engine in a Way that indicated that she thoroughly understood her business. She was the Only person about the Mill Anil yet the Plant was running perfectly and her employers had left her in charge apparently with every Confidence that she was fully competent and responsible for shattered nerves. A remedy that will soothe build up the wasted tissues and enrich the blood is indispensable. Lichty is celery nerve compound has 1hcii wonder Only successful in cases nervousness As thousands grateful people will testify i sold by. Rossman amp songs pharmacy. Int a rail planing mill1 which is it Hoover Brothers manufacturers doors Sash shutters verandas brackets frames and turned work All kinds. To Irth Ltd a p hard i print a. H. Grone. 1x2 Mill St. A Iso shingles roofing slate planed and rough lumber. Riverside. Nort d county foe first cuss a dec Oil go 10 i l c. % special Atten Tion Given ladies suits and waists Jent it i a White Panta ,. Loons and vests. A re Good work. Prompt Chas. L. Pettis amp co. Cash produce buyers. Poultry. Game. Fur. Akk and Gutter. 204 Duane Street. New York a rite for our la a Ltd it pay prices repairing dont when ordered. V f a it liver. A a. V Kight prices. A a a 4 in All packages. A a j / it i Laid for and t delivered free red Cross Tansy pills painful a Iii a it 4tm a Riri re Tiff Femali 11 my my i a ave up. A cd ladies Danville steam laundry no. 20 Cana St _ lore and Kase. Prop out Ltd 3rice$i. sent Poa paid pm m pm tre Money a fuated if a til do Cinchona a amp

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