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the flower vase dollies and you will
have no trouble with any dampness
affecting the best polished furniture.
To clean embossed brass make a so
lution of one ounce of oxalic acid and
one pint of soft water. Apply it with
à soft brush and polish with chamois.
Don’t rinse laces in blued water, un-
der a mistaken notion that it will im
'Woman’m Place in Business.
the monarch so closely that the police prove the color. It won’t. Rinse in
The greatest drawback to the chick-]
'The non-recognition of woman’s ¿lace had to interfere. They even crowded skimmed milk, which will give a soft,
en business is that there is not'a day’s
In business life is still prevalent,- says around him in the restaurants, fight creamy tint.
let-tip in the steady routine of work
Miss Harriet Richards in the Book ing to snatch a cigar stub, a crumb of
from the time an egg is pipped until
keeper. Many a business man looks bread, or even the matches that he
the ax closes the hen’s history. It is
upon the feminine element of his office had used to light his cigars.
natural after the pullets are feathered
basket, hut'the colors are less liable
force, from the telephone girl to his
Just imagine American women par ■ to run if cold water and naptha soap , Instead of keeping the vegetables in out and weaned and the roosters sep
barrels or boxes scattered all over the
. private secretary (and what on earth ticipating in such disgraceful proceed
used. Lined baskets can be cleaned cellar, I have made a set of storage arated from them to let up a little
would, he do without her?’), as a neces ings! American women ma,y not be are
Itook six drygoods boxes and in the cafe bestowed On them.. This
sary nuisance, and considers the posi controlled by inherited respect for In this manner.
To improve the appearance of rusty bolted them together as shown in the is a great mistake if winter eggs are
tion that woman to-day holds in Amer long outgrown conventions. Few of
lace, soak it in vinegar and drawing. I put legs on them to hold expected. If there is one thing more
ican business life an erroneous one. them, however, are lacking in ability,
two tablespoonfuls; of vinegar them off the floor and a cover on the than another that the average poultry 1718—Mississippi company secured
Nevertheless, the fact remains that so to conduct themselves .as to com
man is liable to err in it is lack of
charter ¿for Louisiana.
over six million women and girls in mand the respect of the most distin to a pint of cold water—then rinse box. Then I painted on the boxes the fresh air. in the coops at night. Slip
these United States are self-support guished visitor, be he President or
The first class graduated from
store. This makes a neat and handy out some hot night about 11 o’clock
still damp, between flannel.
Rhode Island College.
ing, and with only nine exceptions they King.—Chicago Journal.
In putting down linoleum or oilcloth storage bin, and is well worth the lit
1777—Stars and Stripes first carried
aré engaged • in every occupation in
have strips of molding nailed above tle time it takes to make it. Before thump of restless chickens crowding
into battle at battle of the Bran
whiclymen are engaged. Since this is
the linoleum where it comes to the we had this bin we stored the different around against each other, fighting ini
a fact, who shall say it is wrongly so?
1781—A British force under Benedict
baseboard. This prevents dust from vegetables in barrels, boxes, washtubs,
If the feminine element is a necessi
Arnold ravaged the coast of Con
getting underneath and also préserves lard cans, or any receptacle that hap ! comfort. Or in the morning take a
ty in the home, where his majesty
the edges' from moisture under the pened to be at hand when we harvest- whiff of the fetid, unwholesome air be
throws off the cares of the day and is
fore letting the chickens out, and you 1786—Congress accepted the cession of
ready for rest and recreation, may it
will realize that night spent under
Connecticut’s Western lands.
not be conceded that there are those
A linoleum may be freshened per
such conditions must prevent the ’-1788—Congress made New York the
qualities in women that are necessary
ceptibly if given a coat of linseed oil
steady, healthy growth necessary for
capital city of the United States. ’
as a balance to those masculine quali Folds and fichus over the shoulders and paraffin. Boil the oil and wax to
best results. This condition of affairs 1804—The cotton crop of Georgia re
ties which are continually in action in
gether and apply, while still hot, with
is liable to be worse with incubator
ported ruined by caterpillars....
Sleeveless coats with a color con a brush. Use only enough to cover
the business world?
chickens, because they are raised in
Storm resulted in great loss of life
It has been said that “women are
the surface, and when finished wipe
and property at Savannah.... The.
larger flocks and thé tendency is to
nob all fools, although men seem to in growing favor.
it off dry with a cloth.
United States ship “Intrepid”
crowd theta more after taking them
expect them to be, very often.” Wom
blown up in the harbor of Tripoli.
Health and Beauty Hints. 1
an has an intuitive perception that en becoming one of the familiar features
1812-—Fort Harrison, on the Wabash,
To draw a boil to a head peel the
ables her to see into a .thing more for the light wrap.
commanded by Cap tv Zachary Tay
When Hens Are Moulting:.
lor, was attacked by Indians.
quickly than a man, to see at once re
The winter promises to be a season
sults. other than those satisfactory to of extra long,'narrow coats over plain, at once.
raising is to get the hens to molt ear 1814—The Americans drove the British
into their entrenchments at Fort
selfish desire.; she has greater fore striped or checked gowns.
Ringworms disappear when painted
ly, so that they will be ready to lay
Erie... .The British approached
sight, greater patience, a better sense
A gay Beau Brummel frill at the
in the fall and winter, when eggs are . within 700 - yards of Fort Bowyer,
of harmony, of proportion and of or throat transforms the tailored suit in plication if required.
VEGETABLES STOBAGE BOX.
high. Left to themselves, hens will
Mobile, and opened fire... .British
der. The French recognize these facts, to something dainty and feminine.
Bind the white of an egg over burns ed the crop. These were scattered take a long time to . molt, and will not
captured Plattsburg, N. Y.
and to-day in France the wife is not
about the cellar promiscuously, and finish until cold weather sets in. They • 1838—Ferdinand I. of Austria crowned
Black embroidery upon brown is
only made familiar with her husband’s
varnish and give instant relief.
sometimes we knew where to find what will not then lay' until early spring
business, but she has become a most smart when the brown is not too dark
If inflammatory rheumatism is not we wanted and sometimes we did not. and all the profits for the winter 1839—Large section of Mobile, Ala.»
helpful assistant to him in that
destroyed, by . fire.
The coarser weaves of tussore, which of long standing bathe the affected There is nothing more satisfying to a months are lost. At the poultry in
have the preference just now, look at parts with sweet oil and" saltpeter— farmer’s wife than to be able to take stitute held in Denver by the Colora .1842—The Mexican army, 1,30.0 strong,
took possession of Texas, but soon
Empire and Bolero.
a distance like a piece of rough can an ounce of the latter to a pint of a friend into a cellar where everything do Agricultural College, W. J. R. Wil
oil. It is very effective.
is neat and in order.—A. 0. Griner in son, a poultry man of long experience,
Farm and Home.
gave his method of controlling the 1846— Telegraph completed between
One of the oddities of the season is
New York Gity* and Albany.
molting of hens. As soon as the hens
the introduction of the metallic and tumbler and squeeze into It a table-
Ventilation of Stable.
are through laying he turns them on al 1847— Americans under Gen. Scott de-
spangle effects among the cottons and
feated the Mexicans in battle of
falfa, feeding them dry bran only, in
the oil, then add more juice. The oil
addition. Under ‘ this treatment they
will form a globule in the center of
She Fugitive Slave bill was pass-
Among the popular fabrics are the the juice and can be swallowed with
get thin. Then he feeds them a mixed
ed by the House of RepreSenta-
new two-tone changeable satins, the out being detected.
ration of grains and meat, giving k
face being of one color and the back
light feed in the morning and all they 1855—The first Hebrew temple in the
Soaking the feet night and morning
will eat at noon and night. Under
in hot water for five minutes at least
Mississippi valley was consecrated
Dog collars of velvet are especially will do much toward relieving the
this treatment they finish molting
in St. Louis... . Sebastopol fell, af
pretty when embroidered in tiny buds pain. A mixture of alum, rock salt
quickly, get new feathers and begin
ter undergoing a siege of eleven
and flowers or a spray' of foliage, in and borax in even quantities will be
laying in September. By October 1
months by the English and French
they are in full laying condition and
helpful in extreme cases.
make a profit through the fall and 1860—William Walker, notorious fili
The wide shirtwaists, striped with
A German woman who suffered from
buster', shot by order of court mar
color matching the gowns with which neuralgia was cured by fasting, and
they are worn, are in great favor with hence in her opinion it is food a’nd not
Alfalfa for the Diary.
1862—Gen. Lee crossed the Potomac
the girls just now.
money that is the1 root of all evil.
Successful dairy farming depends h
and invaded Maryland.
Yellow is more to be seen this sea Medical authorities are already coun
great deal on growing the necessary 1864—Gen. Sherman ordered all civil
son than for years. It is used not only tenancing hunger cures for different
feed on the farm. City milkmen can
ians to leave Atlanta and offered
for sashes or collars or tapestry fin maladies.
them transportation.... The Su
Here’s a good method of ventilating buy high-priced feeds and make a
ishes, but entire frocks are made of it.
preme Court of California decided
A pleasant and. refreshing mouth
ordinary stable. Intake flues are profit, but farmers who ship longer
that San Francisco must issue $4,-
The fad for stenciling has extended wash may be formed by mixing in a constructed in the side walls. The ven distances require all the advantage
000,000 bonds in aid of the Central
as far as the children’s wardrobe, and pint of distilled or otherwise pure tilation flues will take up considerable they can get. Alfalfa is getting to be
mothers of young children are decorat water, two teaspoonfuls of prepared space but are more efficient than a one of the most important dairy feeds.
Monument to the memory of Ste-
ing the hems of skirts, yokes, collars, borax and a teaspoonful of camphor. single flue. Openings are at or near It can be grown in almost any part of 1866—
phen A. Douglas dedicated in Chi-
Bolero jackets are once again striv- etc., with this artistic work.
Keep it tightly corked and shake well the flobr level and the tops several feet the, country where there is sufficient
Ing to regain their old-time popular
above the ridge of the roof. Caps or moisture within reach of the long tap
1868— A band of Cheyenne Indians rav-
How to Be Human.
ity and are shown frequently on some
Many persons find that a little per
aged the towns of Sheridan and
Success in human relationships oxide of hydrogen brushed over the out rain and snow.
of the newest models. A late importa
to interfere with its growth. If you
tion in water green satin built on means the possession, to some extent skin immediately freckles appear has
never tried alfalfa, commence now by 1869— The National Prohibition party
empire lines has the jacket effect, at least, of the power so naively shown a marvelous power of dispelling them.
fitting a small piece of ground very
organized at a convention iri Chi-
beautifully braided with silk soutacne by the little girl who walked with her One should, however, vary this treat
carefully and make it very rich on
in shade matching the material. The mother in the park. She entered so ment by applying some fatty cream,
top. The new plants are delicate and 1870— French Republic declared and
high grade is braided in design direct spontaneously and so entirely into the for the drug tends to wither the skin,
require careful feeding until they get
flight of Empress Eugenie.
ly in front and edged top and bottom life about her, she felt so intimately and some skins it irritates greatly.
started. Most failures are caused by 1873— Assassination of Gen. E. S. Me
and so vividly the experiences of the
with a single row of ljraid.
insufficient preparation of the seed bed,
Cook by P. P. Wintermate at
trees and the flowers, the birds and
Blouse of Pongee,
Testing: Breeds for Milk.
for .Business the squirrels, that she temporarily lost
1874— Twenty persons killed and fifty
In testing several breeds of *cows
the consciousness of her own person
injured in a fight between the New
The business woman who lets a ality, and as she skipped about came
the Virginia Experiment Station found
Orleans police and a mob that was
reprimand for a mishap reduce her to running to her mother, crying, “Oh,
that “in profits on milk the Holsteins
clamoring fo rthe abdication of
tears or a state of nervousness that mother, mother, isn’t it enjoying it
led with $4.92 per individual per
utterly unfits -her for work for diours self I —Harper’s Bazar.
month; the grades were second with 1876—Lafayette statue unveiled in Un
would be more efficient if she could
vion Square, New York City.
$4.27. The most profitable cow was
philosophically put ..such things aside
Buckeye DeKoi-, who milked twenty- Xg79—The British Resident, Sir Louis
Will Test the Law.
Cavagnari, murdered in Cabul.
with the mental reservation, “It’s done
1 A j
one months, gave 12,498.4 pounds of
A 'test case of the law in Ohio that
and can’t be undone; I’ll try to prevent forbids a married woman to teach will
milk and 524.24 pounds of butter. The 1883—Last spike driven in the North-"
ern Pacific Railroad, near Gold
its happening again,” and let it go at probably be made in the case of Mrs.
profit on the milk was $201.05 and on
Another arrangement of flues which the butter $41.51.”
Merritt Mason, of Helena. She made
The person who can take a disap- a contract to teach before she was
1889— Guilford, Corin., began a celebra
Is quite effective in securing ventila
When Hogs Cough.
tion of its 250th anniversary.
poihtment stoically, who can get the •married, and when she took unto her
tion. The opening in the center of B
\ \W .11
S a \ í i
Hogs not living in dusty houses, that 1890— Wyoming Territory became a
right perspective and see that in a self a husband she was told that the
may be provided with a shutter to
week or month or a year it will be a contract was void. She declares that a
prevent too rapid movement of air. have persistent coughs, are, as a rule,
little thing, though just now it seems teacher can only be discharged for cer
Separate outlets may be provided or suffering from worms. An excellent 1893—Gov. William McKinley of Ohio
Hu 1 Ulral I
remedy is to dissolve one-half pound "of
opened his campaign for re-elec
Mg, has a help along life’s highway tain reasons, and having a husband is
the single cupola as shown.
i* ¡ft r Fl n
tion with a speech at Akron...»
copperas in warm water and mixing in
that will considerably brighten dark not one of them.
British House of Lords rejected
the slop for 100 head of pigs. This
To Make the Hens Lay.
the Irish Home Rule bill.... The
If the hens don’t lay, turn them out dose should be given for five mornings;
It isn’t meant that we should be
Parliament of Religions began its
And let them dig and , hunt in the then wait a few days, and repeat if
careless or indifferent, It is meant 4, For a useful house rug, cut burlap
sessions in Chicago.
that one should put a right valuation 4 inches wide, yard long, unravel both
ground for food, is the advice of T. F.
—The' South Carolina convention
McGrew, in the Country Gentleman. 100 head give a good dram to each
x>n the things that disturb one’s sides for 1% inches, fold, and sew the
to revise the State constitution be
lerenity. It isn’t meant- that in great center. Take a piece of burlap the size
Bury small grain where they will find head.
gan its sessions at Columbia, S. C.
it when they dig. This will induce
trouble we can summon philosophy to you want the rug. Begin to sew the
... ’Thirty-five miners were en
take out the sting. But for the trifles, burlap in the center, one of the strips
tombed by fire in the Osceola cop
Here is a model for blouse especially them to hunt, and while thus employ
Tn dairying do not depend
per mine at Houghton, Mich.
the inconsequential things, it is a most that is unraveled, turn’ the ends up, well adapted for pongee. The little ed they will find bugs and. worms that so much upon the number of cows
and sew in a circle to the square piece bands might be Persian or Chinese em will quicken the production of eggs. It kept, but upon the kind. This fact 1897—A railroad wreck on the Santa
Fe line near Emporia, Kan., killed
of burlap until the burlap is filled. It broidery, and the frog buttons wood is w?ell to follow this plan as soon as is being realized more and more as
Wedding: Ring: Curiosities.
and injured thirty persons.
the spade will turn the ground, for it
The idea that the wedding ring
adds vigor and strength to the hens the dairy industry increases. One 1900— Tornado at Galveston destroyed
tho-uld be worn on the third finger of
and insures strong, healthy chicks. The way to. increase the acreage of a farm
70,000' lives and about $30,000,000
the left hand because “ a nerve con
lazy, idle hen is of no use but to sit is to increase the fertility of the soil
nects this finger with the heart,” is,
about, eat and grow fat. If she will of a farm; similarly, one way to in- 1901— President McKinley shot at the
«ays the writer of an article in Wom
In basting the goods on the lining of not work, she will not lay. If she wiR
Buffalo exposition... .William Mc
an’s Life, of Roman origin, but, oddly
jackets and waists pull the lining a ¡not lay, her life should end, and her cows’ producing power.
Kinley, twenty-fifth President of
enough, it is not continued on the con
trifle at the waist line. Then when fr+ carcass grace the table. You can
the United States, died in Buffalo.
tinent as in England, for in France,
basting the waist together stitch the rest assured that the indolent hen is
Belgium and Germany, and most other
A horticultural curiosity is to be 1903—A hurricane on the Florida gulf
goods until the fullness, in the lining a nonproducer; soon she becomes too
coast caused much property loss on
European nations, 'the /‘engagement
in the garden of. Gloucester
Use salt water applied with a coarse is gone? This will make a snug fit fat to lay and too tough to be eaten.
shore and to shipping.... The
Ting” finger is the third finger of the
and there will never be any wrinkles
Queensland government resigned.
left hand, while the “wedding ring” brush to clean willow furniture. Dry at the waist line.
don. A gooseberry bush, a currant
Right Time to Pick Apples.
The cruiser Milwaukee launch
finger is the third finger of the right
bush and an elderberry tree are grow
Apples intended for cold storage ing high up on a willow tree, to which
A cloth dipped ihto methylated spir
ed at San Francisco.
One Teacher Honored.
its will be found useful in cleaning
¡Miss Laura F. Beale lives in Win» should not be allowed to become too they have by some means become 1908—Count Tolstoi’s eightieth birth«
Not American Women.
throp, Me., where she taught school ripe on the tree. When an apple is grafted. All are fluorishing and fruit
day was celebrated.
Occasionally some benighted individ-
To bleach handkerchiefs, after wash for twenty-five years, Her pupils are fully ’grown, highly colored, but still I is forming on the gooseberry and cur
tial ventures to repeat the silly asser ing let them soak over night in water scattered through all parts of the hard, it is in prime condition to be: rant bushes.
FROM FAB AND NEAR.
tion that American women lack the In which a bit of cream of tartar has United States, and for the last four picked and stored. It has then ob
Walter S. Bond of New York has
poise and feminine dignity that char;
A Cheap Insecticide.
climbed Mont Blanc from Chamonix
years they 'have had annual reunions, tained its highest market value be
acterize their sex in European coun- been dissolved.
gardeners use lime and tobac in nine hours, breaking the record of
ance and best in quality. If picked be co water for destroying many insects, nine and a half^ hours achieved by
the society that has her name.
Anyone who cherishes such a delu- handy In the kitchen for dressing
fore entirely ripe apples deteriorate which prey on plants. A half bushel Morehead in 1865.
To Clean Graniteware»
cion should read the comments of Eu fowls—strong thread, cord, a thimble-
During a fight with four members
more rapidly, and it is best to allow of lime is emptied into a barrel of wa
Where mixtures have burned on an apple to become a’ trifle overripe ter, together with a bucketful of to of the Black Hand at the Gentry
ropean newspapers oh. the conduct of a needle and scissors.
women during the visit of King Ed Moistened cream of tartar will re them, half fill the vessel with cold than to pack it in an immature state. bacco stems. This is well stirred up, mines, near Fayetteville, Ky;, Mika
ward to Marienbad. In their insane move iron rust. Grass stains in white water, add a generous pinch of -wash Many people have the erroneous opin and after it has settled for a day or Gellis shot and killed Antonio Alfon-
•ambition to secure some souvenir of goods should be saturated with paraf ing soda, heat slowly to boiling point, ion that apples should be picked be two the clear- water is syringed over setta. Four men, led by Mike Domiii-
demanded money from Gellis and
•royalty scores of well-dressed and ap fin and put out in the sun.
then empty, when dish easily may be fore fully ripe in order to keep weU bushes, killing all insects that come lek,
tried to compel him to join in an at*
parently respectable women followed
Cut sheets of tinfoil and place under cleaned.
within its reach.
In cold storage, but this is a mistake.
tempt to rob a mine paymaster.