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HOW TO MAKE BUTTER OF GOOD QUALITY
R. Dirt C O N -S U M jJ No W m
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It helps strengthen the
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W H E N IN
"W h at are you g lv in j your cow »
now In the way of galactagogues?”
anker! the professor of the milkman.
"O h," said the milkman, who had
T R Y
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agricultural college and was not to be
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Perfect Health Is
A Prescription Thai from Girlhood to
REMOVING TH E BUTTER FROM T H E CHURN.
(Prepared hy the United State« Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
lltitti-riullk 1 h wunlu-d out of the but
ter and not worked out. When In the
granular «tage this washing I k easily
done, ax water poured into the churn
Mettles through the gralllM and washes
each one just as Is done when water Is
pouri-d over a pun o f rice or |>ens. The
temperature of the water should l>e
(Md Axe Has Been a Bleasiof
When a girl become» a woman,
when a woman becomes a mother,
when a woman peases through the
change* of middle life, are the three
periods of life when health and strength
are most needed to withstand the pain
am! distress often caused by severe
•At these critical times women are
heat fortified by the use of Dr. l*ierce's
Favorite Prescription, an old remedy
of proved worth that keeps the entire
female system perfectly regulated and
in excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are weak,
lack umbition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude and are pale arid sick
ly, I)r. l ’icrce's Favorite I*reacrii)lion
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the bloom of health to their checks
and make them strong nud healthy.
For all diseases peculiar to woman,
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is a
During the last
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Method In Her Madness.
Father— Betty, I am shocked! Your
mother tells mo you are engaged to
three young men.
Betty— Oh, well, papa, they are all
football players, anil when the season
is over I can marry the survivor.—
To that end— TRY
It helps Nature bring
back the appetite, aids
digestion and promotes
strength and vigor
termilk. In addition to removing but
termilk the wush water has the effect
o f hardening the butter.
Salting and Working Butter.
A fter the wushlng in the churn has
been finished the butter-worker !»
scalded and cooled with cold water to
swell the pores of the wood and pre
vent the butter from sticking. The
churn is then drawn near the worker
and the butter granules are taken
from the churn with a puddle and ladle
und placed on the worker. The hands
should never touch the butter, as their
wurinth melts the fat, and If they are
not clean such hundling is Insanitary.
The butter Is salted on the worker.
Fine, clean salt In the proportion of
one ounce to the pound of butter
should be sprinkled uniformly over the
butter. More or less salt inuy be used
ns the taste of the consumer may pre
Working the butter should be done
hy pressing the pile of granules with
the lever until the butter Is la a fat
mass about one Inch thick. This should
then be folded over upon Itself and
the flattening process repeated, the
batter being pressed carefully In order
to avoid mnklng It greusy. It should
he worked In this way until the salt Is
eveuly distributed throughout the
The working o f butter dis
tributes the suit and expels the excess
moisture. The edges of the butter
when broken or pulled npnrt should
huve a grunulur appearance similar to
broken cast steel or a broken half-
hnkdtl potato. Properly worked but
ter retains Its granular form at all
times. Too much working or working
the butter when too soft destroys the
grain, und the edges when broken or
pulled apart have a slightly stringy
nppenrance, like chewing gum pulled
Very Close to I t
Tw o members of the Massachusetts
Medical society met the other day.
“ I heard today that your son was an
undertaker. I thought you told me he
was a physician.”
“ Not at all."
" I don't like to contradict, but I ’m
positive you did say so."
“ You misunderstood me. I said he
followed the medical profession.” —
Eyei inflamed by expo-
sure to S u . Dost aadVt lai
quickly relieved by Nadu
just Eye Comfort At
Your Druggist*« 50c per Bottle. Mariae Ey«
SalveinTube,2Se. For Book el I he Eye free ask
Druggists or Martu Eye Ic aU y Ce., Chicast
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are supplying protein through vege
Cottouseed meal Is the most com
monly used suhsUtute. hut where this
has been given In place o f all other
Nitrogenous Material Essential heavy protein supplying feeds, the re
sult has not been all that could be de
to Egg Production.
sired, points out N. L. Harris, super
intendent o f the poultry farm at the
Kansas State Agricultural college.
Bmall Proportion of Beef Scrap With On the other hnnd, where cottonseed
Bran, Shorts and W hol« Wheat
meal hus been used as a supplement to
Produces Good Results Says
beef scrap ut the rate of 50 per cent of
the ration. It apparently has given as
good results as an exclusive meat-
scrap d ie t
On account o f the bulk
Protein Is essential to heavy egg needed it Is lm(H>sslble for a hen to
production. In Just what form to sup consume enough sour milk or butter
ply this food element Is n question that milk.
puzzles many farmers, as well as
Ordinarily the beef scrap should
townspeople, who are not In a posi constitute 10 per cent of the ration, lu
tion to grow their own feed.
the opinion of Mr. Harris.
Insects— In season— furnish much
protein where the birds are on range.
Soils Are Different
Poultry feeders have used raw meats
A ll soils are not nltke, and th e r »
or by-products o f packing plants, fore cannot be treated the same.
known ns beef scrap. An the demand
has Increased, the price o f the latter
Vicious Habits of Horse.
has advanced. Now a few poultry
Most vicious habits o f horses corn«
raisers consider It too expensive aod from an Incompetent trainer.
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O rison V ulcanizing C ompart
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ba assured of T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
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Always Good Humored.
Gouverneur Morris wsj
about the late Richard Harding Davis.
“ Davis was never at a loss for a
joke,’’ said Mr. Morris. " I dined with
him at Crossroads farm one evening,
the dinner being served by a new and
very awkward waitress.
"T h e waitress, halfway through the
dinner, slipped with a tray, spilled a
bottle of beer down Davis’ neck.
“ He said to her reproachfully, as he
swabbed up the beer with his napkin:
“ ‘It was ginger ale. not beer, I ask
ed for, Gretchen.’ ”— Washington Star.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalids’ Ho
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“ Anuric” for kidneys, cures.backache.
The End of the Trail.
A young Swede appeared at the
two or three degrees colder than the
county judge's office and asked fo r a
buttermilk which was drawn ofT, mid
"W hat kind o f a license?” asked
the quantity nilded should he about the
Mime ns that of buttermilk. Before WINTER STORAGE OF APPLES the judge. “ A hunting license?”
“ No,” was the answer. “ A ye tank
the water Is poured into the churn Its
t-.'ui|>ernture should be ascertained by Horticultural Department of Kansas Aye bane hunting long enough. Aye
want marriage license.”— Everybody's
men ns o f a thermometer. When the
Station Makes Capital Use of
water Is added the lid should be put
on and the churn given two or three
No Strange Experiments.
The horticultural department o f the
revolutions, so ns to turn the butter In
“ Did you have a homily when y o u r:
the water. The water Is then drawn Kansas station hus been able to carry minister came to dinner, Mrs. Jimps?” !
off through the same strainer used for apples through a winter with a 5 to 10
"Dear, me, no, mem. I don't never j
the buttermilk. The sunie quantity of per cent loss In a cave which had a try them strange dishes.” — Baltimore
water, at the same temperature. Is good ventilating system.
As a rule, one cannot hope to store
again added, anil the washing opera
tion Is repeated until the water drawn fruits and vegetables with so small a
from the churn shows no color o f but loss.
Working the Butter.
BE PROTECTED FOWLS
by keeping the system
strong and healthy and
the blood rich and pure
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(W r it e for Recipe)
retain the moisture several days. A n
excellent wholesome food when made
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KG B aking P owder
Alw ays sure to please.
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