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head nt me vlth such fury In her face ns
I liopo novcr ngnln to uee disfiguring tho
Tacc of a fellow creature; and then she
turned her back on us nud marched out
of the room with as much dignity aa
she could command.
wr iua. r'v tun n . r ir vwl' ' .j h mrzt
UHAl'l hit A. (Continued.) ill), of OOlirsp. IVrhnm x-nn lit
T i . .... I ----- - !- j kwuiu aii
nus Biiowii inio n suuug room, as me to tell t mm tlmv .mint nV"
pretentiously genteel and chilling as Mrs. "So. I am to consider my position
leauiCB herself, and there I waited till it here nnnltrro,! nl nn ,.1,,,,, t n.., ...
plea-sed tlie woman to come to me. She Ine Is to bo made until tin. win ,. i,,.,.
ie to a cjiair. niter seatinc nor- road. Air. Knotm
Kelt, wltliout glvinir me her hand, for "Mr.
ft r . . . . . . i - - - k-vv.a m u uviun 1 1 1 1. v i
;, ra, wnf enuetui, though Hitherto she ferlng to be overstepping Uio bounds of
liad allowed me to tnke the tips of her his ah ! function." snld Mrs. Yeanies
niiiiiiuj uiiKurs. ner lofty air and pat- tnrtly.
roumng smile showed that she nart ci- YVhnraviTvnn Hmi. r ...... ...in. .w. -
. . I . . , ..... I -. aaaa..., uuuir. nita! lilt- vlUa"
riwted in her precious son's belief with Uro of desperation, declared I was a dear
.rfc , uie .lemage. old man. and wouldu't' let cook be ent
i ao cnueu m see your son. Mr. nnr. nr if nnr nn h.
J-ynu, madam," said I. The dav of th fntinml mmn .and n
He is not hyah " said she with that DO- I anil rln v It la In m
vuiiur pronunciation which your "supc- a lawyer cannot bury an old friend with-
mi. I'uiauu a ii t'cis. 1 1 n tai in iinnnn. i -,af . f . . i - . . .
- - i ui ii-nrei lur me pasi .uini
wnero lie lias met with an accident
liilring medical treatment which confines ins for the hand and the voice and tho
mm IU HIS room." pv,v, thnt tlBvor n -...II ..,
"rv., : ... . .. ... . . -- v.. -".a.. ........ V.,UW
v.ii civb me ma nuiiressr i ask- nmi luton in or.,1 hm
. . - I vw, ...au ixnjn 1 1 1, . w .
'u. i nave business to trnnsncf with T i.miu.fi.il r ...... ..i.i
. I - .'vnvH t.A41b AJJ 111! -l.V.llli;3 !UiIl.i
"m. , u ,,mi.. ii i ,.
t i "v; s.iiiivi--'ii.i iu v.-uiiu uavK lur ine
"i Viiiiuoi C1VO VOll li U nililrrvm. I I rnnil.,i nf t). .I1I . !.,. . ii.
iiavc received a wiah from him. in which ever, Mrs. Yeames was there with a tele-
t- me to act tor turn in all matters gram of regret from him (she had torn
of a business nature until his return." off the headimr. but I fonn.l out nfter-
""' niree uaya alter this, n oliont n-nn s ilmt tt f-... Mnnn
who Had just returned froiu a business herself prepared to stand as his rcpre-
u'."' lu me soutti ot trance droppinl sentative ; and a fine monument of re-
ju to iiae a cliat With me. am nnioni?Mt enoinhtlli oVio .n Ir.
OUier things he said: her distrust. T lin.l nn nil tlio .rvnnt
"IiV.tllA.hir r.-.,,..! T J I . . . . " . . . . .. .
- , X L'iUSSL'U Over Wlin I mm flln rnnrn r tnilArul I l.rwl initn.l nvnrt
uuuj, j-eames. - onp wl nnm -no In thn n-lll Tlr
IMl'l .... , . . I .... " a-...- ..a.aa -' '
"Ueilf 1 ajSKeU. AwilrPV wns fhoro lnnlrln n. if hn worn
u . I . . . .. r. . .... ..x.w
yju me nneenth nmht service. He irolnir tn hnvo hi hnn.i .nt it n,i riai
""u uot l se me, so 1 did not Dalrymple, and little Laure.
uuu,cr I KnOW a man at SUCh times I nnomwl h nrlll on.1 in n ,lnn,1 ol
as this doesn't caro for condolence and lence I began to read it clearly and slow
..rrSrt ,ne- 'y- You have heard n pin drop.
"c S'"S lO fans. 1 SUDDOSe?" I After thP nsiinl nrnntnhl. onmo thn Ipo.
Tentured to suggest. acies to the servants, whom Mrs. Yeames
Oh, farther than that. I Cailcht frifht I wnnlil hum nnAoil rff with a mnnlli'n
VI U1U1 U.L me Station Whpm thA I n nutrau or.il rhon Uin antfRryr, an.l
branches off to-Monaco." sirfilne and smothered eielnmntions of
lOU are SUre Of TOUT fact?" T nxVfvl- nolnnichmant nn.l nUoura a tl.ar lonl-n.
UJU"SU nau J, uouDt of it. ed that there were a hundred pounds and
i tuu aa sure It was heas I am that a pimxI suit of elnthos tn pome tn tvioh
you are before me now." of "them out of thn fortune of their kind
NOW the 15th Was the Verv dav he had nil! mnstor And whan Ihwmi iron dia.
if, r j r r . ' . ' : :
Yuuc-loru lor Lonuon. as lx)ndon iosed of, I came to the Yeames bequest
not gay enough for him. that he must "To Mrs. Anna Maria Yeames. widow
I.U tm to jiouaco tor amusement? One of my brother, Joseph Flexmore, I give
miug was certain. .Mrs. Xeames. to 'have and beonnflth the sum of five nounds"
receneu a telegram from him. must have T Innkw. at hnr nwr thn ton of mv
"knon his whereabouts, and could not glasses as I read this. She folded her
gi e me ins address in London simply be- arms, closed her eyes, and assumed a
cause ue was at the other end of Europe, look of injured dignity. I would have
Why had she told me that lie? Heeause trivpn n much ns thla hponpst to hnvo
fihe did not wish it to be known that been able to look round and see how the
her son had gone to Monaco, lest it might servants managed to conceal their feel
be inferred that he had gone thexei for incs. " However. I contented mvself with
pleasure I J.nat was the conclusion I reading on
came to. "To mv nenhew. Tjvnn Yeames. Rteitson
It never eritefed my head that he had of the aforesaid Joseph Flexmore" here
got out of the country for prudential I turned over the page, and glancing at
reasons, ana tnat the cause of his precip- Anna Maria, found her eyes open, and
itate flight was that little paner nellet I her expression indicative of assured tri-
which was lying quietly in mv hand? umnh "I srive and beoueath the sum of
arawer. iiiere are things which escape fifty pounds and my glass case of stuffed
even the suspicion of a lawyer some- birds."
'imes. I Lowering the will and lookinir over mv
I classes. I said to Mrs. Yeames Flex-
UtlAlTJSH XI. more:
Mrs. leames found time to quit her "As your son is not here, I will apprise
dressmakers, her crapes, bombazines, and him by letter of this bequest
the rest of it, In ordet to visit the two "That is not all, I am sure. Read on.
poor souls at Flexmore House and wor- if you please," said the lady.
ry tnem. iurst of all, she attacked INurse I bowed, and proceeded to read out In
Uertrude upon the subject of mourning, full the clause in which Flexmore con
Is it possible that you have not yet stituted John Howard Awdrey, M. D.,
begun your mourning?" she asked, look- etc., sole guardian of his beloved (laugh
ing arouud her with a sniff, as if scent- ter. Laure Constance Flexmore, and in
ing- the air for the smell of crape. recognition and consideration of his ser-
'Miss Clip is making our dresses; they vice in the capacity of guardian and trus
are to be home to-morrow," replied Miss tee bequeathed to him the annual- inter-
Dalrymple. I est on such capital as remained after the
ery injudicious. I always have the payment of the foregoing aforesaid leg
dressmaker in the house. You know then I acies, life annuity to myself one hundred
that an inferiah article is not substituted I pounds, and all outstanding debts, until
for tlje material you have bought, and the said beloved Laure Constance i lex
that none of it is kept back. Also you more should attain the age of twenty-one,
can be certain that good work Is put in I when the whole estate would revert to
and no machining. The cost is very much her,
less, too. What with lining and trim- I paused here and again looked over
mmgs, and one thing and anothah, I fear my glasses at Mrs. leames. The woman
these dresses will be a very heavy ex- had risen to her feet; she was white with
I was drawing up some paperR tho next
afteruoon when Mr. Lynn Yeames waa
announced. 1 slipped the pKpers In a
drawer, turned the key, and rose from
my uhair as the young man was shown In.
lie iad the decency to assume a limp,
albeit he had come over on horseback.
"I want to see .Mr Flexmoto's will,"
he began after brusquely nodding a sal
utation. "Tho will Itself Is not In the olTlce,"
said I; "but you can see tho draft from
which that will was drawn up." And I
fetched from a tin box that precious
He knew tho sight of It at once, nnd
holding It in his hnud, he looked Btcadily
at me through his halfVlosed eyes, with
his' Hps firmly set, and his brows knitted
as though he were saying to himself:
"You confouuded old vagabond!"
"Supposing I am prepared to swear
that this is not Flexmore's last will?"
"In that case, I might be compelled
to prove thnt It Is."
"How would you do that?"
"In the first place, there aro the wit
nesses to tho signature, nnd then there Is
Dr. Awdrov. whoso evidence 1 could bring
if any evidence were required."
"I.ir. Awdrey!" he exclaimed. "Did
he know that this will existed?"
"Certainly he did. It was In const
quence of that knowledge that he induce.
After working several years nmonK
stones. HtuinoH. irrnbs nnd young or
chards, 1 learned I needed n BpecinI
harrow for the
work. I could
lltiil none to milt
mo; so Btudied
nnd pin nned and
made one 1 n '
k ii r I n K. which
docs even Itette
good HAititow. than I expeettni
Tho cut will to some extent explain
how It Is made. I made mine of oak
timber '2Yj Inches by Wj Indies, ! feet
nuuiiuuhw - - . . . i
thn Tntn Mr. 1' lex more to decide upon , tong aim u ieet .. iiiciii-s iuc.
making that second will, which I was pro- comjiosed of n middle section and two
vented from getting duly signeu. wmgs. the latter rnstenin to uio nun
"Show me that second will," he said In (lk seotim, t,y Inch Iiolts SVj Inehei
a tone of authority. - i0ng, on which the wings fold very
"It is destroyed. If it were not I do en8,y Tll0 (coth nro scattered over
not think I should show it to you. It . JU hanmf lllt t, . nre 0 lnelles or
were in your .Possession even, and 3 ou t cut 3 nche8
ffl,TSHh7I.d nnd are placed In the hurr9w sloping
In "he . result There Is no revoking the back, about 20 to 25 degrees, from n
nrt win iieroendlcular. They cut Just ns well
Tin nodded, still looking at me stead- nnd do not catch ns If placed In per
fnstlv with his half-closed eyes, his browa pendlcular, nnd nre easier on mnn nnd
knitted and his lips set. I suppose he teau j j-ave heddlod to the middle
. . ...... TT. .11.1 ....- I - ' . - . I.
thought to inttmiuaie me. ue u.uu i. Section or mine, nml a rojie rrom encn
coed. . ... I heddle to the outside corner of each
"Vow toll me" said he presently, way i ....... . , a...,..h.nu. nnd
. .I.... firt will . V "ll
you ,fa. ra " "irL"" ,.hn": 'd n. quickly. I can pass readily between
was a ?u u treeg or fttmnng lcSi than 3 feet npart.
lagonisnc. iuu , - nrPhnrd anil
"Because," said 1, "It is a proiessionm j- -v . -- -
rule to conceal one's clients' affairs iroin . rougn grouuu. wimu un uu
those who seek to discover them, and be- ground It works Just as well ns any
cause I saw no harm to my client in ai- other smoothing narrow. a. j. urn
lowing you to form any conclusion you . uoltz.
pleased, nnd by whatever means you
chose. That Is the rule as regarus a
lawyer' and his client. But there pro
fessional delicacy ends. If a lawyer is
Chceno Under I-'olno Colorn.
According to n recent consular re
port about 2,000 Imported empty Ca
acquainted with a secret of a person not j menibert cheese boxes, bearing the
s client, he may conceal it or puui.su names or well-known trench cneesra.
as circumstances direct. were imported nt New lork on one
That comnletely disconcerted him un-
duly as it seemed to me un-u, . tfa prlntcd mttt.r on their 2,000
nnir thinlcinr' of the mean and under- . . , .... , .
hand manner in which he had sought to ,u ul"1 ,uul "Z 'TC
Srn Flexmore's testamentary intentions. . ed boxes. According to a
It never entered my head I Wish It nau irnuo jouriiiu, uiesu iwaus an- uinniir-
. - . , - , i r . a . it 1 1 I. ...1.1
thnt his anxiety related to that paper meu in .ew ior Minie, mien nnu sum
nellet he had lost. In this country, and represented ns
He looked at me, then nt the table, as being made abroad. It Is said thnt
hp flicked it with his riding whip; then ninn ,if.,,tf.ra ninim thnt their domestic
at me again ; finally as if uncertain as to . j -t , t,je inj,orteii
the extent oi my meauiuu, boxes, can not be told from the import
it, he said: I ed iirnnils excent bv exnorts.
"Snnrwwlnt' I irave you a uiunucruis .
good horsewhipping, as you deserve, what
tvnilld vnu do?"
" . . a ,11..
"Bring an action lor uamages nc
shot," said I.
AVIien Tri-en Aro Illnivn Uvrr.
Should excessive winds blow the top
of a tree out of fihnje, which often oc-
n' drew a long breath, and there was curs, cut it out, leaving n nearly erect
islble sign o relief in his expression.
"You're wanted, if you please, sir,
said my servant, coming to the door.
(To be continueu.j
passion. 1 saw sne wisneo to spean, and
welted. Her Hp twitched convulsively;
It was some moments before she could
'Do do do I understand," ahe fal
tered, "that he has left nothing to my son
"Not more than I can afford to pay, I
hope," said Miss Dalrymple quietly.
"I hope you have chosen a fashionable
cuj. for my niece's dresses. I should have
liked them to be like Sir Willoutriibv
Chouirh's little L'irls'. or the Honorable but fifty pounds?"
Mrs. Blinker's nieces'. You mmst have "And a glass case of stuffed birds; that
tintWd how verv elecaut and hirii-dass i all," I said.
thev are." "AH the property, in fact, goes to Dr,
"I do, not think Laure imitated anv AwdreyT
' Mtvlo" ' "The bulk of the property goes to Dr,
"Surely you have not suffered that Awdrey, in trustJ for Laure Constance
rhild to choose her own sty e " r lexmore, wno wncnm wnen sue is iwen-
v,w I. hn verv srnod taste in ty-one years of age. Until that time Dr,
dress, and the dr&sses are for her."
"She'll be a perfect sight!" said Mrs.
Yeames emphatically, with a dab of Jiur
baud. "How very unfortunate! If I
had only thought of it a little earlier.
Deah, deah ! They'll all have to he al
tered, of course, when she goes to board
'But I am not going
Awdrey will receive from me annual pay
ment of. all interest accruing from the
estate, iu payment of service rendered as
guardian of the child. There Is' a further
clause provld.ng for the appointment of
a new guardian in the event of Dr. Aw
drey's death, and the reversion of the
whole estate to Dr. Awdrey in case of
to boardln" the child dying before coining of age, and
school," said little Laure desperately. "I
am going to stay always ever, ever!
with Nurse Gertrude. Mr. Keene says
"Mr. Keene knows nothing about It.
Your guardian will settle such matters,
nud not Mr. Keene! And little girls
should speak when they are spoken to
not before. I'm afraid I shall have a
great deal of trouble with you when you
come to live with me.
"But I urn not going to live with you last year."
which I will now proceed to read."
'Don't trouble yoiireIf-r-I don't wish
to hear it !" screamed rather than said
"Madam," said I, "I am here to read
this will, not holely for your pleasure."
'"Let me look at the signature of that
will," she cried, crossing quickly.
"There is the signature duly witness
ed," I said, showing It; "and the date,
you fcfee, is the fourth of September of
never, never!" exclaimed tho child, screw
ing herself in terror against Nurse Ger
trude, and holding her arm for protec-
) "Wo shall see about that," retorted
Airs. Yeames, pursing up her lips and .con-
Do you mean to tell me this Is tho
will he made last year?" she asked.
Have 'yu any reason
to doubt It?"
"I have," she said, and then stopped
short. For how could she explain the
. i.,-,. i. . i..i . i
.t.. i. ....o.ii ..it..c,i.. fiM.n,, means y which uer ou imu ,iji;bov.-u
$5 ? you made any plans with regard would have liked to proclaim me a scoun-
i Yourself, Miss Dalrymple? Have you drel and a forger, as believe she el
Stt where you wU. go when you leave J&gjS&T
2s&t.?i t08CtU8anyth,DS SKA VSSK
de"oSythlngPX?e is which should cer- We shall put this Int. the hands
lnlv ha done without delay. It ought to of trustworthy solicitor.
ta&MT to Z aervants tlJu.elr "Ttat very best thing you can
service will not be required after their possibly do, ' said I.
wqIITu up. Th hoL will be siven She clenched her teetii, and hook her
southwest- brunch to become the new
central stem. Shallow, loosely planted
trees sometimes blow over. They may
be put buck by excavating on the op
posite side nnd pushing the tree back,
tamping the earth ns firmly ns possible
on the .side toward which It leaned.
Care should b taken not to wrench
the roots loose In this operation,
Ciitlliiff Ilnck Tree.
In highly Interesting exjerlments nt
tho Woburn (Knglnnd) experimental
fruit farm In cutting back apple trees
when planted the ultimate result was
found to be that trees not cut bnck un
Tlinv Xeedeil the Medicine.
Some venrs nco a railway was be-,
lng innde In the west of Seotlnnd, nnd
it was arranged that each of the nit-!
merous laborers' employed should pay
a penny perAveek to u medical prac
titioner, so that they niignt nine m
. it.- .....4- rf fii-anlilAnt nt
services in xne et. -
medicine In case of illness.
During the summer and autumn nei
ther Illness nor accident occurred.
But when a severe winter iouuweu t tll0 cml of th(J jlrst ycar cont,,uwi
all nt- once the "navigators" began to to form w00(j ,n BU,se(iuent years, and
call on tho doctor for castor o. the crop borne by them during tho first
Each brought Ills bottle, into wnicn tcn yoarfl waB onl, 0I10.ti,r( 0f thai
an ounce wuh rwured, until the oil was borne by tlrose which were cut back
exhausted, nnd the doctor was rorceu wheH planted.
to send to town for a rurtner suppiy.
When that, too, was getting low rtw
doctor one day (piletly nsked n healthy
lookfng fellow whnt was vrong with
the men that they reijulrcjil so much
t nil doctor." he re-
, "h,,t we urease our boots with . Considerable plant food, espe
i".. r fM.mniPio daily nitrogen, is removed from the
lUU" I... .ra-r, ...l.lln !..!..
ruii ity n liiii. uiiuiiii ur eiover
gathers n great deal of nitrogen from
the nlr and places It back In the soil
A Ilulnnceil Hutloti.
In the ration-fed farm animals cither
alfnlfit or clover should be given to
bnlnnco the corn. Either one of these
legumes will likewise be needed to
"balance" the effects of com on the
ever Hiirnt II is fore.
I "Will you direct me to Farmer Sklu
ner's house?" nsked tho newly.nrrived
"I will cf you want me to," replied
the station lounger.
"I shall have to ask you for explicit
directions, because I've never been
"Gosh! I know that, secltr yore bo
When Ifornex Aro In Condition,
A bright, clear eye, a brilliant coat,
high i-plrlt and mettle, are good siijim
of perfect condition. In the horse. To
this might be added HiHliclent Jlesh thor.
oughly to "round liim out," but not
enough to interfere hi tho slightest do
I ..ri.n it-fHi lifu tiritltffil nnfst .I.ii.
sot on goin' there now." The Catholic -. " .. ...u. ,B on
sot on hi i - , iinpoiint milHt lie Imnoilml
.Standard and Times.
Blox (after ten years' absence)
What became of Skinner, the dry goods
mail? yhen I left he wuh In financial wound made by cutting off ti10 Jiinb
In trimming trees tho wound mndo
oy cutting olT a limb close to Mid
trunk will soon heal over, while the
straits selling out at cost.
Knox -Oh, hfc's doing business nt tho
old stand "till selling out nt cost.
In a I'lttHlturK Deiiiirtment Store,
"Whnt did tho store .walker say about
"Ho wild If you didn't obey tho man
nger's order nnd leave off your switch
you'll he sidetracked." Cleveland Plain
l'a In Arifiiiiiciit.
Brown I wasted an hour's time In
two or thrco Inches from the trunk
Jends to decay nnd sometimes causes
the ultimate loss of tho trco Itself.
Hmviliiat im I-"iir,
Sawdust Ib turned Into transportable,
fuel In Germany by a very sltnplo pro
cess. It Is heated under high ntcain
pressure until tho resinous ingredients
become sticky, when it Is pressed Into
turnip seed Increases Its
.... ... . ivi'lL'ht fifteen times in n tnin.ii, n..
an argument witn joiics mis moruing. r ; - - -
Smith How did It happen? ,B7 ,M!m loma
Brow-I,was trying to convince , b, 1 times the
thnt he oinrbt to nav me tho bill ho ' V. -."v" u,-v ioou
borrowed of me lust sprlnv-
upon tho soil
1. IIuiiius Is decaying vegotablo mat
ter In tho soil.
It Is the storehouse of nitrogen,
the' most expensive and tho most net
esnary of all plant foxlH.
a. It contains tho food upon which
n,,, hoII ..rjnnlsniH live, whoso func
tion Is to convert orgnnlc nitrogen Into L
nitrates In order to oo nvniuum, .u.
the use ot plants. It materially as
sists In decomposing the inlnernl con
stituents Qf tho soil, such as potash
and phOHphorlc acid, making them
available for tho use of plants.
4. It Increases tho power of tho
soil to hold wntor wltliout becoming
r. It makes clay soil more open
nnd friable. It nerves to compact
sandy soil nnd increases Its drouth-re
(I. It prevents wnshlng to n great
extent: tlir-reby diminishing the loss of
fertility by thnt cause.
r Koii iilhsl with humus more rend-
llv admits the air so necessary to nil'
useful plant growth.
8. There npiKnirs to Im a distinct
relationship between the amount of hu
mus In the soil and the amount of
available nitrogen therein. It has been
nlAcrved that when it Is absent from
the 'soil there Is a distinct reduction
of the nblllty of that soil 'to grow
crops. Hence In practice In order to
obtain the best crops wo hnvo to re
sort to barnyard mnnuro rather than
the use of .concentrated fertilizers.-
Hural World. ,
Mm iMll l"
lrV?V Li .
ir.iiiiIllUlIOat!Otl n ij
both by lop0 pi,,, y tn lQ
1031-Blrth of Henry 8tuW $
noted Latin and l.,,i.' u "
i s n tn.." Mlll
Sonic npplo growers havo lieen uslnfc
tho grading loard shown In tho fig
ure. A common board or pleco of
pasteboard Is hung up Iwforo tho
wlier. In this bonrd holes nro cut
the slzo of various tiers, such as thrco,
three and one-half nnd four tier, etc.
As the apples are wiped they are prop
erly tiered. The advantage of this
method Is thnt the packers hnvo tho
apples practically graded nnd enn do
much more work In u day, and after
the first hnlf day the wipers can usu
ally accomplish fully ns much as with
the old method. Denver Farm.
Iltl.'t A. .1 ... . .
...... .."cun.-iumuon nr 11.. I
H' Hutch at I'nvonii, n7uW
KJTa-Chnrlcs U-lonM VlrhUJ
..Pepcr ami the I-:t of
0711 IndlntiM attacked iU '
Weymouth, .M,1M. m wttlo'i
1701 Indians attacked and df
town of DeorlleM. Ma deRw
17J-nrltKli Uoum of CwniDon,,
the Stamp net. 1
1 1 7. -South Carolina mllliia drfttufl
m 'large force of American
1 IOU IlllKfim INNIII-I a .l.vl "J
nr,,..l .........ll... --UH m
In purchasing nltntto of sodn, tho
most quickly available source of nitro
gen for plants, buyers should steer
clear of low grade nitrate. Tho more
usual adulterants nre common salt, and
salt cake from the maiiufacturo ot
acids, both worthless ns fertilizers anil
containing no plant food. Nitrate of
soda now comes In original bags, which
now contain about -00 pounds. Tho
old aiO-pound bag was very clumsy.
IVnlerlnn lite Hume.
k successful horse raiser says; "I
count the swallows my horses take
while drinking a pailful. Some take
larger Mvnllows thnn others, but I know
178a Denmark ncknowl(t(j tb u
pendence, of the PnliJfi n..?."!
1707 Tim IlnnU .f i...i..j t-
v..... tiiuuiiy. ;
!TOX ll.ar... ...... . . .. A
Gara In I'nlcHtlnr.
1KV4 lUnmHrl. I . 'tj
' . v v-i u j ru war
1815 Napoleon I. caenwd fromiUM
nnd of Elba.
I8ai 1'oIm def rated the RdmImi'I
I'oland declared apart cf Ri
112 Txird Ellenborough appofatrf
(.rmilll Ul IIIUIS. J
IBJT i......l .! . .. a. .1
. i ..ui. iii.niin ucirnHM lot JJ
in lint tie nt Sacramento, QtL
J8,i7 Heglnnlyg of Indian nuti
IStll New conKtitutlon of AoihiH)i
ICT1 r'....... a .1 .
stone valley as n national tuA.,
A Joint commU-Ion ut la r.
Inittou to settle illKimirt Uivta'i
United Stntcn nml Orwrt IWtiil
I.S7.1 Committee on (lie C'nMIt M
Kcnudal ri'coiutnrtulnl the tr
of one of the I'nlted Statu
18S1 Boers defeated the Hrliiiliit
I8SU French troop aufffreJ a
defeat nt .Mndncancnr.
I8S.S Union Sipiare thtattr, Xn
dt-Jitroynl by lire.
J8.H Yuinn, ArliM nearly dwtwrd
1SJXJ Itecelvers appointed for tU
tituore nun unto raiiroiu.
IfKX) Jen, Cronje jitul tb Boer fc
xurreiidereil to llin Ilrltlia . .
of Lndyamlth, after a sleje e
11X." Beginning of the imllle tt
den, Mnticlairln, ktwrtfl tt
Kiaim nnd Japanene
An iMlerprUon CohInI.
Itev. A. G. Gales of Ilulcbliwa,
Is endeavorluc to Interrit nrl
theili all. If I inn out on the road and lnlmt throuchout tlie country law
come to ;i trough, I get out and count j prison literary conic., after thttfii
... . ... . ... . - k.iIiLmi 1
wniie my norse ilrlnks. so that ho will . nn intercoiieguue pruo ivui,-.-
not take too much at once. I give water
often, and so keep my horses free from
bowel trouble caused by overdrinking."
It is seldom that a ftinner can ac
cumulate a sufficient nmouiit of wood
ashes for a large field, but on farm-
where wood Is used there Is u limited
supply which enn be nut to good us
on the garden or on the young i-lover.
Ashes nre excellent also on nil grns
lands nnd In orchnrds. They nro ap
plied broadcast, In any minntlty do-
sired,, ns many as 100 hushelB per aero
Having been used on certain soils.
MnLlnjf fmuiip l.und Tillable.
A drainage ditch twenty-four nud
one-ipmrter miles long that will drain
8.",000 acres of Iowa land is fairly
under way In Monona and Harrison
Counties. It will cost nbout $7r0,000,
aiid will empty Into the Missouri Itlver
Just a little above tho town of Little
Sioux. The swamp laud reclaimed will
make some of the most valuable farm
land In the State.
Cure for Itoup,
A recommended roup euro for chicle
ens Is to take two parts sweet oil.
one part gum camphor, ono part tur
pentine. To each ounce of this mlxtiiro
add ten grnlns menthol and ono tea
spoonful llsterlne. Take a small drop
Byrlngo or oil can nnd put this remedy
Into tho roof of the mouth and lu tho
nostrils twice a day.
Many orchardlsta niako a great ml.
take planting trees too deep.
Hogging down corn lias a great rtAni
n Us fuvor, but tho hbggini nm
should bo finished before heavy unow
The advantage of testing each ear oi
lio uuties in , ,' tu. oa?
Into two general bodf!
Ing Jurisdiction In Xj&n
.... .iw.r I., thn remainder oi " 71
The National City SSll
commonly known ns fiBl
bank, has begun to lmj
torn boiiBO on W"H trcb1
chased sp.no yenrs ago. " ,
is planned to erect fjujij
bank structure In the ""qM
... .i-i. t.l.,1. nml C0t OVH f . kJ
noil com sennratelv lu m... nve Hion . ,,r. 0t
nviiriy nu It Ih unltl to no iu "V. tt.it f"
the poor seed can bo thrown out. i 1 ofllelate to erect a bulldlM
only one cutr In each bushel , found ta mln(1 p0OI,,e of the ""V
bo ltu-'-et It will pay to do the tefc while, belog ' ore
I complete, J
subject proLoseil U "What Ii TrI
erty; IU Value, nml now u--
The composition tuny lw In em)"F
noetry. but muat be Hi IndltWcuH
milimltt Inr Ibt
Tl. ..rlf.4t nrr tn be ODf V
one of $15, one of f.1 and Be
MM. . ...I...- ... ,,(Tnrl. "not
A I1.7H.J lll H ...V a....- -r - . u-
belief that they nre of sufficient rw?l
nii nut im lu'ut pITorta of tbe 1
but In the hope thnt tbey roa; k'
adding Interest to the rwu a, y
expression to some URi ur'" '
i.. inr ih article'
trd on a subject so full of Intern
AV,,..i,i withdraw fa8,ooo,w j
Vrom nil the money ccntencH"?
..... ... i.nV denosiu
iry comu rejmrin - -. . ,m
up to or exceeding the normal W-j0?
panic. This being th
tnry ot tno 'irenurj -1 ,yi
withdrawal of public
U,.PV l.nnkM to ie MUOUU.
cent of their hol.llnK. whe
s ?100,000 or more, i vy -r ji
on or before March. 0, ?, ftfJ
March 23. Under tm
000.000 will bo retunied.
N.n.o CoHlllll"-" " " . J
Tlin Knw York Court 9tVtf"
unanimous vote, lin ",a'"ff. Zc
tutlonnllty of the former SW"
mission. This decisio rf
practically nlllr.n n? , ' ,
l'ubllc Horvico r.nafi?
merged tho duties fMW
missions Into two biw.. .