Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Olean, New York
COMMON SENSE IN EUlLDfNG. Won't CD Your ITcultli rriiaim-iitullon. [Copyright by American Tress Ass'ici.i'.iun.] This pliin t IIOVVH things v.-liidi be done in IK use building.and SOMIC No. Transpose the following IctJersand make of th present day: CULAT .MAS tt'JLL No. 390. lu frozen, not in hail; In fowl, not in In color, not in lu iittired, not ia Jirrayeil; In under, not in over; In Nancy, not in Hover; In gate, not in doyr; is what many are striving for. Xo. A consonant; a large vessel; sound; a so overcoat; a name; an animal; a con- j raant. i A lettor; an injury; a musical composi- jtion; a kind of liquor: to repair; a bird; a No. Divided Scjnare. sboul'l nut In; The the- door of the is about th1) pi.'iii. arcli if owner ilia tl; 'ii i.i'i 1 of Ji- lar door woidd kill but tin; ndlar door went in as shown. It is only a few years houvvcr, inauy kitchens of this kind walls and a flue: in o-ie a collar door wiili a riii'4 i.-i it. I in- door wet from swelling No one ever sa'.v any .t of u kitchen. The rear'.; a in.'iny cellar doors of tliis kind in h'r.iwes which are. be-in built today. Thf collar way of this house- should hidostrl and start down from the Ir.ck left hand corner of the kitchen. Then there should ba a door from the kitchen into the room marked "pantry." >-'ext to the pan try door should be a sink, with well and cistern pump on each side of it. Cher the sink there should be a little .slide into room. Cut of! from the pantry could be a china closet for the dining room. This would make a house with seme sort of convenience about it. it, would b'.; a lal.-or kitchen. SERJEANT-TRUMPETERS. POLKA-MARCH. J'ublixkcd Ikrou'jh Tim AmmiMii Press Axxociation. By CECIL RAY. XSTJI o D V( 'Ti o x -a-___ _ o o o a o Separate this square into five parts, fonr equal and each containing two dots, the fifth contains eight. Letter Rebus. PE Y Of all the flowers of nature's field, That blossom but to die, Preserve for me the one above, And with me let it lie. Ko. 1. Behead and have the only ding in the world at one time. 2, Behead and curtail "a celestial body hnrhich revolves around the sun in an orbit a moderate degree of and pbave a narrow passage as distinct from a road or highway. S. Behead and curtail "a subterranean particularly in and have a spelled forward and backward the meaning a sheep. The original word iounced ia another manner denotes one ho uses a small sharp steel instrument. No. Bevy cf Bivcts. 1. A fowl; name of a bird. 3. A pronoun; upon. 3. To clasp; interjection. 4. A color; name of a bird. 5. A ruler; name of an animaL 6. To stop; a snare. Vexation; a dun. 8. An animal; a fish. 9. To fold; a part of a bird. 10. A vegetable; sarcasm. 11. A motion; a narration. 12. To dispute; a rank. 13. Coarse; a bill. 14. A grain; to boast. No. Useful Article. I am a useful article That housewives greatly prize; Bareheaded I'm a bird that's said To be extremely wise. Now, if you'll give me back my head. And then curtail me too, You'll find what polite people Whene'er they meet will do. A Clever Diagnosis. the tongue of trade is coated; i the eyes and limbs of the clerk are 1 and languid; when the raging fever les the empty vitals of the till; when (spider roots in the cash box and bou- i of decay are on the chandelier, it is lusive that the advertising doctor has been consulted. Bearing the Market. here, Wobbles, what are l doing on tbe street with a linen duster 1 a fan this time of year? am going to order some coal, I don't want tbe dealer to slap up ion me. It Wasn't a Matter of Choice. you believe we have ever before? I wouldn't have been fool to come back to the earth if I had managed to leave it. Key to Pnzrlpr. i. Geographicnl Acrostic: 1. 2. lona. 3. Mos- r. 4. Acre. T (H) J, D 1, I1 A I; K MjwUsrious Problem: Tbe rof which spell tbe fa problem. Enigma. Tbe Wwb- NEWSPAPER! FROST ELEVATION. If it were a question of money the sac- rifice of the back porch would meet all the expense of the changes herein suggested. But even if this would not do it, there is the 'grate and mantel in tbe front parlor. It should go rather than have the abomi- nable arrangement shown. But there are a great many people who will sacrifice the kitchen to a mantel in the front room, which means that they will sacrifice them- selves for a mantel and grate. Let us see what a sacrifice of this kind means. will say that it was necessary to sacrifice something in order to get the kitchen ar- rangements is, a cellar way partitioned off from one corner of the kitchen, asink, with well and cistern water pumps at each side of it, and the passage- way from the pantry to the kitchen. The sacrifice suggested by the architect was the grate and mantel in the paulor. In" nine cases out of ten the owner of that house and the housekeeper will object to this. If need be they will take the com- mon kitchen and secure the parlor grate. The extra exertion in caring for the house arrangement as shown in the sketch is j hardly to be estimated. It would mean trudging through rain and snow to throw I out dish water, going out doors number- less times for water, and exposure and i hardship %vhich are too common to be ap- preciated. There is nothing worse than going from a hot, steaming kitchen to-the cold atmosphere of the outside. To say least, it means suffering and ill health. In a house of this kind the fuel should be in the cellar. It is not necessary that the fuel part be walled up, but it can be cut at the back of the house and thrown through a vrjndow, and taken out through the cellar itself and carried to the kitchen. This is much easier than going out on the porch, down the porch steps, through the yard and back. There is another suggestion in connec- tion with this plan which would improve it. There should be a vestibule from which to enter the parlor and sitting room. In this event the porch would come clear to the front. This vestibule would be a place to put hats, coats, overshoes, umbrellas, etc., for which there is no good place in the g s r..-J -j fT...... TMl'-y How to the great piooifmof ife few I satisfactorily i-olvt. fail because of poor want of lii'-k. but the n'.ai- oritv from deficient of nerve. They the up." thns wasting money, time "ii- portunity and nerve force. There is othnig like the Restorative the great specialist. Dr. Mi es. to cure all TOUP r'iseasips, as headache, the bines, nervous prostration. ess. r-prtraliria, St. Vitu- dance, fit- and hvstfHa. Trial bottles and ntie book of testimonials free at Dr. Coon'sdrusr tore Pointed. Jamesley (a gent Ionian of leisure, stop- ping Barker, who is rushing to catch a say, Barker, hullo! Fine day. How are you getting along? 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