The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, July 23, 1913, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    Pago 2.
iiKfi ni'M.KTiv, iikni), oiu:., wkim:mi.v, .iri.Y art, mm.
- - - - - - - - - -
f - - - - - - " -
Carrying out ita purpose of
- getting information to the man
- needing It ly putting nt UIb nor-
- vice tiro knowledge and training
ofoxportn, llio OroRon Agrlcul- --
turjtl C6Ugu announces Us do- -
fiiro to Irnvo tho question which
-- rouble tho farmer put tip to It,
nR tho following shows, nnd Tho
Bulfatlh will gladly oo-cpernto
- Uy forwarding to tho eollego all
- qUVBtln'nti or requesta for Infof- -
mntlan which its renders sand
"Among your renders nre
-- farmers nnd stockmen who
-- nt soma time of the year nre
- confronted by a problem In
- management, pests, otc. I lore.
within oasy reach, we have men
- trained to answer In the beet
known way tkeee problems. It -
you will ktndly BBelat in Retting
tho problems hero we shall glad-
ly attend to having them an-
Bwortd by the best of authority.
(Special to The Bulletin)
ALFALFA. July 19. Twelve lit
tto children had n good tltno July 17
helping Vorma Shultn celobrato hor
eighth birthday. Tho party was a
surprise. Tho nftornoon was spent
playing games. At 4 o'clock Mrs.
Shult8, assisted by, Mrs. lloyd, served
lunch consisting of broad nnd but
ter sandwiches, fried chicken, lemon
ade and a huge birthday cako.
CharkM U. Pyatt and Miss Mlltnn
Forry wore married nt Prlncvllle on
July 5. They expect to move to tho
Willamette valley, with Mr. Pyatt1
parents, the last of August.
Mrs. Molony la carrylag the mall
this mouth, na Harold is helping In
the harvest fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Smock are taking
care of Miss Mean's ulaeo while she
Is away an a Selling trip.
Mrs. Dan berry expects her brother,
Mr. Uaker, from Michigan. In a few
days. He Is coming to look up a lo
cation. His family wilt oome later.
Mr. Chambers left today for Port
land. Mrs. Molony and little Henry went
to Ilend today where thoy will join
Mr. Molony and spend Sunday and
Monday at Benham Kails.
Everyone Is harvesting now. Crops
aro good this year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wlllard sold
off their household goods nnd stock
and aro at Laldlaw at present.
Dr. Henderson was here from Se
attle Monday looking after his in
terests. He also has a place near
Deschutes and will bring his family
out next summer to make proof on
the land.
Mr. Ilarbcr Is In from his home
stead to harvest his crop on the Tur
ncy place.
Mrs. Pyatt and Miss Edna made a
business trip to Bond today.
The organ fund Is growing, the
latest contribution being IS from the
First National Baak of Bend. Plans
are being made to give an entertain
ment oarly this fall to raise what Is
needed to flalsh paying for the organ.
Itenolds and Miller Oulren of
Portland are spending the summer
at the Haswell Gulren ranch.
Mrs. Caroline Pederson, who has
been visiting her daughtor, Mrs. Ray
lnnard. has returned to her home In
Burke, Idaho.
(Special to The Bend Bulletin.)
CRE8CBNT, July 18. Mr. and
Mrs. Davis and Gladys Hourke re
turned Monday from Odell Lake
where they spent a fow days.
G. W. Andorson left Tuesday morn
ing for Portland. He expects to spend
a couple of weeks at his fruit ranoh
in Hefsgon, Wash.
E. h. Clark, W. L. Touzo. Lloyd
Elliott and Mr. Elliott Sr. went Cres
cent vlaliorn Tuesday,
K. P. Cfccll. timber cruiser for the
forest dopaiiment, cam? in luesday
to do some surveying.
Tho party of young men and wom
en of Bond who are on a camping
trip were In Crescent last TuorfUay
night on their way to the mountain.!,
und an linpromr-tu dance was given
for them. They luteuded going to Dia
mond Peak, from there to Udell,
Crescent and Davis lakes, thonco to
Crane Prairie.
J, G, Redmond and Frank Mn'
wont to Davis lake for a few days
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark. V. I.
Touxe, Mr. Elliott Sr. and Lloyd El
liott were In CreBcent for n short
time Wednesday.
J. K. Ryan and wife of Baud were
in Crescent Wednesday on business.
Mrs. W. CK Harriman'of Fott Rook
Is visiting herpareutSj Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. An'dersori. '
The Pioneer Sewing Club mo; wllli
Mrs, Rlngo at her honie on tho rnnoh.
Those present were Mesdamoa Ander
son," SavjH, Qleaves, RJngo, Grave
HteYens,Long and Tyler.
- ''
- - - - - -
- ---
--- -
(Special to Tho Demi if ilotln.)
HAMPTON, July 11. C. A. llnr-
rta made a trip to lleud for lumber
tho past week.
Mrs. llert 1-ootons of Dry l.nko was
a visitor Inst Wednesday.
Ilurr Muck brought in a toad of
supltes for the Hamilton store re
cently. J. X. Crow left here Friday
to b gone savwat weeks harvesting
near Snaulko.
Peck brut hare mad a business
trip to Holyat on the 19th.
Ml Florence Hunting recently
moved Into hor residence oh the Mend
to Hums road. '
Crops look well In this vicinity and
pome have begun harvesting.
Ilurr Ulack and W. T. Harrison
are harvesting on the O. Drugsvold
place, and Forrest Xaald's hay was
eut some time ngo by Hlggs.
11. C. Mtller Is in llend on business.
One of L. C. Peek's gray wares
was recently badly cut In the forelegs'
on a barb wire fence.
Mr. ltesonn and daughter, Mrs
Lucy Hicks, returned from Hand on
Friday, bringing In provisions for the
new store seven miles oast of Hump
l- McXett went to llend on his bi
cycle last Thursday.
Mr. Wllquet, a farmer from near
Xowborg, arrived here last week with
a truck load of household goods and
Implements. He expects to Improve
his homestead as fast ns possible. Ho
bought what Is known ns the Sldwcll
plnce, one-half mile wost of the post
office, nnd Is making arrangement to
move the houses onto the llend and
t i,. i
liurus runu. lite ihihiit wui join aim
In the fall. . .
., , ,, i ..if
Mrs. J. N. Crow has one of thei
finest garden) fit this sactlon and has
Iwen using vegeUblen for saveral
Mrs. Parsons of Imperial spent the
day visiting friends here yesterday.
A special meeting of the school
board was held at the store yesterday
-- ---------
(Special to The Bulletin)
FICKSBURG (Arrow P. O.), July
1G. Crops are looking exceptionally
good. Spring grain on fallowed
ground promises a heavy crop, and
emmer Is allowing better as the sea
son advances. Field peas are also In
good condition, as are potatoes, rape,
turnips and winter vetch.
L. E. Boman has more than 200
acres In crop or fallowed.
Morris Havland has tho best show-.
Ing of grain In tho valley on fallow
ed ground.
L. T. Murphy and Arthur Donahuo
were vleltora here Tuesday.
Mrs. Guy Smyers has improved
In health since Joining her husband
on his claim. Mr. Smyer has a fine
white sulphur well that shows prom
ise of making this part of the valley
a health resort.
The development club Is asking the
state to help w'lw out the rabbit peat.
W. Roche Fick has rented the El
mer E. Brlckson 320 adjoining the
townsite and will plant It In crop
where cleared, next year. He will
out some fine grain hay and thresh
some excellent emmer this year.
A. W. Lonjr of Cnristmas Lake has
some exoellent ommor this yera .
Several new settlers have filed on
land near here.
Two Indies of rain fell here In
July, and grain and grasses show a
big benefit.
The Gallenkamp brothers will put
In a large stoak of seed for the peo
ple of the valley. The are 12 miles
oast of here.
Ben Vlck Is In Webfoot for tho
(Special to The Bend Bulletin.)
IIKLD, July IS. A. Palmer Is in
Bend for a few days on a business
Mrs. A. Coltlngham entortalned tho
Cmbrolddr Club at her homo Thurs
day nlternuon.-
Miss Ar.rq.Hallmeyor spent Sun
day at Fossil Beds with a number of
young folks from this vicinity and
Boar Creek.
Mrs. Charles Wlggam Is entertain
ing hor cousin from Portland, und a
supper will be given In her honor on
Saturday night at C. A. StovouBOii's
nw puvlllon.
T. Brlrsto and F. Carpenter cio
getting lumber to put up a tike-room
nouno en their homestead.
(Special to TJhe Bend Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE. July 20. This
community was visited by a flue
shower Monday evening,
Joe Shearer's little girl was vary
111. tho 'first, of the week from Infantile
puruiysia, u was ijeueveu, UUL ut.
- -
- ' - - -
-4 -
Hosch of Itedmoud pronounced It
stomach trouble, and sho Is now prnc-
tlcnlly recovered
Mrs. Arnold nnd son of Mend wore
visiting with hor brother, Alvlu
Rlgga, the la tto r part of the. week. ,
Prnyur meeting was hold ut tho
a,toro Tuesday oveiilng.
Miss Mario Shnfer Is working for
Oloun Mustard.
Dr. Parsons of Kugono, optician,
has been working nt Powell llutte. the
last two weeks. He lint boon tour
ing Central Oregon tor more than 15
years and says he never saw surh a
change anywhere at. at Powell llutte.
M. S. LaUIn of Itend was In this
vicinity Thursday writing ttiSHronoa
on both building and crops.
ltny Dunn and wife have left for
MIm Viola Truesdnle Is working In
the Itediiintid central telephone ollloe
for a few days In the absence ut one
of the regular "hello' girls.
Fred Plarson went to Prtnevllle
Saturday to make dual proof on his
homestead. Will Ilrown and Oeorge
HoIiIm acted aa his witnesses. He
made proof a few months ago but It
fulled and he had to make u Becond
Nearly all the grass hay Is In the
mack now and the aecoud cutting Is
coming on nicely. Much of It la 6
to 10 Inches high. Several patchy
went from one and a half to two tons
to the acre. Many nro talking of
feeding their hay this winter.
Scth Dixon and wife and Miss
Ilcrtha llaldwln passed through bore
Saturday on their way to tho Des
chutes river.
Choir practice was held nt tho
homo of Mrs. Charles Foster last
Thursday ovenlng.
ii,ivoi ttmti lo lu
Krnest Ward Is starting to eut his
,i i,.,, ,, i. ,.i.
, , . , .
Several fencea ware torn down and
,, ,,ti .,i u k
-....". w. rv.''.v HW. ..WQW W...
frightened .when Allen I ml fa re's
team ran away last Saturday with n
hayrack and landed I if. "Mumk" Will
eoxoa's hog panture. The taam went
through lire fences nnd over several
ditches without cutting either horso
or breaking the wagon.
Reaves Wlllcoxon mads a trip to
Prtnevllle for feed, Saturday.
Mis Jenale Miller has gone to
Redmond to work.
Several of the Powell llutte young
folks went to Redmond Sunday even
ing. Mr. Vaulon, who has been work
ing for Reeves Wlllcoxon, has re
Practical Baking Lessons
and small tea cakes.
I lets trouble as tbey
buttered pan. There
' dreo's lunches than
Peanut CooJtfci
If cap butter
I eg-ff, tatn light
Heap sugar
Z tab!. pwn raw milk
leup nur
U tmwDoonful alt
l level leupoonrm It u uaklfiK I'owder
U cup ihelltd peanuts
Sift together, three time, the flour, salt and
baking powder. Cream the butter; add augar.
egg; milk, the flour mixture and, laatly, the
peanuU. chopped and pounded fine In a mor
tar, or put through the food chopper. Drop
on a buttered tin, a tcajpoonful In a place well
apart In order that tho cooky can round out.
Put half a nut meat on each bit of dough.
Bake in a moderate oven. This will make
twenty-four cookie. .
Tbeae are dellcioue after the second day and
will remain moUt for.a number of daji.
. . . ' X. . .
Plain CookUi
H cap butter 1 lup g
DirraaoUted sugar
U nutmeg, grated
1 egg, beaUn light
K cud Hour l cue milk
3 level Uajpoonfola K C flaking Powder
Sugar for dredging the cakea
Sift together, three time, the flour and
baking powder. Cream the butter, nu meg,
beaten egg, milk, and the flour mixture. Take
tho dough on a floured board, a llttlo at a
time; knead lightly; roll to a scant half Inch
thieknoia and cut Into round. Dredge with
sugar by turning top of cooky Intd a plate of
sugar; if deaired, s little cinnamon may be
mixed with the sugar, Daka In a moderate oven.
Almond 'Dnp Coolt
2 eggs, beaten light 1 cup sugar
2 ounces chocolate, melted 1 cup flour
llfcup blanched almondi, chopped.
1 level teaapoonful K C Baking Powder
i teaapoonful each, aalt and cinnamon
1 teaapoonful vanilla extract
81ft together, three times, the flour, salt,
cinnamon and baking powder. To the egg
add the augar, chocolate, almonds, extract
and laatly, tho flour mixture. Drop by tea.
spoonful upon a buttered baking pan. Daks
In a moderate oven. The recipe makes about
three doxen little cakea. Other nut, aa hick
ory nut, EaglUh walnuts or pecans may
SfiletJ Tta Cau
1 H cups flour
2 egga or 4 egg yolks
H taupoonful salt
if cup butter
!cup cold water
: C baking I'owder
1 level teaapoonful K
Z teatpooniul cinnamon
! i teaapoonful nutmeg
)( teaapoonful ground cloves
Elft flour, baking powder, salt and splee
three time. Cream butter and sugar. Heat
yolk of egg very light; add the.o to butter
and sugar mixture; alternately add water and
flour mixture, beat until iinooth then add
beaten white, when whole egga are tued.
Iiake In muffin pans or patty tin. Iiak
slowly until the batter has expanded to double
CtnrtgM lilt Jr V. Co.
o many request are betas; made for lessons that have been missed, that
we have bed the complete series of lessons durably bound and will sond It freo
on request.
If you have missed any of tbe lessons, or would like to bare tbem lo oon
venleot form, for f uturo use, or If you have a friend to whom ther mlf ht be help
fill, drop us a postal aod a bound set will be promptly mailed FllEE,
K C DAKING POWDER MFCS., 16th and Canal St Chicago, I1L
- - .. A
44 -. .
turned to his homestead nt I Intuition
J.oo HobbH went to Daaohtitns Mon
day morutiig.
MIm lllu Chnrltou Is working In
Alien Wlllcoxon ami wlfo spent tho
waek-uud nt Deschutes nml.lloud.
Porter Mouth lint sold IiIm ranch to
C. Q. kMoutuoiiHU-.v or Washington,
POWELL HUTTM. July 81. I. P.
Hnwinnu and J. I, Jonas nre helping
Oscnr Piickutt with his haying.
ItesldtM bin own, Mr. Prlckett has
the Frank May nlncu runted, which is
largely In clner.
D. A. Putter)!! has nlroady hnuled
soma of his hay to Hehd.
Mr. Patterson lias about tlutshml
remodelling the barn on the ,1, II.
Whitney place.
E. F. Archer sold n beef cow to
Bond butchers last week.
Jim Grlmn hns rented the WIN
Ham Johnson homestead, now owned
by Frank McCnlTery of Kadmnud.
New potatoes are showing; n rapid
growth since the recent rains, and
nre now mh largo as old ones.
Spring wheat on dry I nml Is of n
good growth and heading. A Una
field la seen on A. D. .Morrill's home
stead, being n good stand, tall and of
dark color.
L. P. llnhlon has another clearing
ready for tho plow on his homestead,
MIm Grace lllalr, oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Blair, camo In
from Portland last-Thursday,
An optdemlo of somuthliiK that ro
soluble the grip has been Pinking
the rounds.
Mrs. II. Hardy has bean III tho past
week, BUffarlug from a severe cold.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Foster Is very sick.
(Special to The Bend Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, July 21. -A traveling
evanaellst gave a lectura recently at
the Mllllcan ranch.
Harry Morrlwm and Mr. Ilaaaon
have gone to Bear Creak to th haying
for George Mllllcan,
The Speneer brothers are about
the busiest settlers in the valley,
Judging from tho numerous brush
files seen on their claims these d.v.s.
I'orace While has fioi.o to Statute
In this lesson I will eive a few choice redoes for cookies
There ate two kinds of cookies. Iht
i rolled cooky and tho drop cooky. The rolled cooky li rolled
lout and cut In shapes for the oven. The dropped cookv It
are dropped with a teaipoon into the
Is nothing mote convenient for chll.
cookies or small cake.
lCAr-a4L4 U&iU-srfz.
It bulk; then Inereaaa the heat and bake until
Drown ami will rwpornl to the toueh when
fireued in the center with tip. of finger. A
Ittle fruit euy be added sueh as radio or
Thlngt to Remember
Tho softer cookies nro mixed tho
lighter and mora moiit thoy will be.
To hnndlo soft dough for rolling and
cutting, tako only a small amount on
tho board at a time.
When very soft dough Is to bo rolled
and cut, always odd a llttlo baking pow
der to flour used on tho molding board
and tho rolling pin, as tho flour alona
will toughen the dough.
To bake cookies uso a sheet or a shsL
low pan and always bako at tho top of
tho oven. Never try to bako cookies In
a doep pan. Tho host must get directly
nt tho cooky from tho sides as woll at
tho top. If ono docs not havo a shallow
pan or cooky sheet, Invert a dripping
pan and uso tho bottom of It. Have a
moderate oven for cookies.
To bako Tea Cakes always uso the slow
oven until tho cakes havo doubled In
bulk. Then bake until dono with tho
hotter oven. If tea cakes "mountain
up" and crack open it is an indication
thoy baked too quickly.
K C Baking Powder is oxcollont for
cookies. It la not always possible to
havo enough ovon room or enough shul
low pans to bako all tho cookies at ono
time. With K C It Is porfectly safo to
mix as much batter as you wish and
bako as fast as convenient. Tho last
cookies baked will bo equally as nice aa
tho first, duo to tho nature of K C Bak
ing Powder.
K C Is so mode that it elves two dis
tinct raises one out of tho oven and
one In tho oven. This doublo rnlso allows
food to remain out of tho ovon for hours
and still bo light when baked and it also
makos tho food much lighter than tho
old fashioned baking powder. Test this
statcmentbymaklng your favor! to cako
with K C and note tho difference In tho
slzo of it when baked.
John Perkins and William Dnwion
ot Portland were looking oor llij
valley oil (ho IRtlt with n View lo hi
Mr. Hontttmnu'fl wifo nnd ulilhtroii
Imvo arrived to upend tho uumnior.
Mrs. Louis Glass unmo homo Hun
day from Bond.
Thomas Mnffntt, who .left recently
on n trip to Canada, with IiIh wife and
uhlldiohi Is oxpoctod back Boon.
I. L. Owen plowed considerable
sngolirush for P. II. Johnson thu pnut
A. I). Norton la busy haying and
o.poot8 iiutto u crop off his ryo pntuh
tills yimr.
A party of Bottlers from tho valley
left for the Ice cave Hiuuluy, nmoug
them being Mr. nnd Mrs, A. I), Nor
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Healhmun und
daughter. F, U. Klgor, Mr. and Mrs.
Klgsr, Mr. and Mrs, Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Owe yn and Mrs. (teams After
exploring tho unvo thero wero in
froBhiiients served by (ho ladle.
A friend from TentissNoe Is visiting
nt the Hpeueer rnuoh.
Mrs. Kvnus has returned to tho
valley nfter helug away visiting
In the Days When Clothes Wars Dyed.
but Never Wathed.
Ill tho matter of tho washing of
cluthe. not to any the washing of
Ihotunelvtw, our auceHtor wero a trlile
lax. The laundre of the twelfth cen
tury mint have held a ixmltlon which
wiin prmilctitly n sinecure, while It
seem within the hound of HMtilldllty
(hut In thine day she did not oxlit
nt all. There were, liiNooth, few gar
ment which would stand wanhlug.
and the dyer wn driving a brUk trade
before the hiundre wn even thought
of. A little dye mtit hnlved have etiv
envl a multltudo of shi(n.
In the dy of the Tudor nnd Htu
art wunhlng wn a trltte more In evi
dence than formerly, but those artlele
which were iwrmlttcd to Mud their
way Into the "buck miim aa tho wash
Iiik tub neetl to m enlleil wero few
mat far between The wealthy of the
middle ago Rot over the dlttlcully of
olitalnlng clean underclothing with
primitive lmpllrlty by nl wearing
any. while the lower enters wore
rw-fte woolen aarment tluit wiuikl
no doubt Iwve "hrunk In the wash."
To prevent any casualty of the kind
they remained uuwmdied.
Velvet. tHlTeta ntel rb-hly dyed
nllkx. khpIi a tlHwn worn by the no
bility and gentry, could not. of course,
he wnnheil, and stieukl any periMin of
Illicit degree he the MMeiHMir of n linen
shirt It was a thing which wn care
fully made known to all hi friend
and relative n Ixilng extremely la
mode nnd a lit subject for congratula
tion, but wntdietl It nerer wn for fear
of Injuring It prlxtltie Iwiuty.-Iin-don
In many part of tho world-(l recce,
for Instance the believer In witchcraft
still gets hold, by hook or by crook, of
hair, nail xtrlug and no forth from
an enemy's hend nnd hand nnd hums,
burle or doe something else with
them In order to entail unpleasant con
ncqucure tijKtti that enemy. And mil
rental folklore, reveal the concern of
savage to dlitposo of their own hnlr
and nail clipping to prevent nn enemy
from getting nt them. Aotrollnti na
tive girt, having had n lock of hair
stolen from them, oxticoted uptx-dy
death a n certainty. Ixmlon Tele
graph. Virtues of the Nurse.
Kir William Oiler In n lecture at
John Hopkln training school named
the seven virtue of tho nurse: Tact,
without which no woman enn bo suc
cessful nnd her chief protection In tho
mechanism of life; tldltic. It being
tho primary duty of a woman to look
well: taciturnity, which should bo cul
tivated as n gift: sympathy, gentlene,
tho birthright of a nurse; cheerfulness
and charity, tho last and greatest of
MI didn't exactly know how to tako
thu missis thl morning," said the
lady's maid to tho cook.
"What dlil sho sayr
"When I remarked that I was afrnld
tier complexion could not bo Improved
by cold cream she told mo I needn't
rub It In." Baltimore American.
Mot of Them Do.
"It only need determination to'llve
n hundred years," says n well known
health writer. A great many people
hnve determined to live n century or
dlo In tho attempt nnd thoy Imvo died
In tho nttempb Now Orleans Picay
I think It's perfect nonsunso
to pretend that u girl who I Im
moral on $0 n week will lead a
vlriuous life on $3. I think
wages havo notlilng lo do with
tho qucsiloii of morality, und tho
girls themselves wuro thu. first
to resent the suggestion that tho
minimum wage Is thu remedy
for minimum morals. Of courno
wo will all havo to seo that
working women nro paid wages
upon which thoy can live, but
It Is falso nnd ridiculous to as
sort that there Ih n direct rein,
tlon between tho wages of worn
en and their morality. And
working women were tho first
to point this out nnother indi
cation, I think, thnt they nro
tliolr own best helpers. Miss
Anno Morgnn.
rhty Are Apt to lrrltto tin NoU and
Ccii i Curbunoist.
Tlip .ImrU uf the neck Is Urn com.
tnoni'st iilnco for a nirhiiinio lo up
piHir. It Is a iiiuhI si'iiHltlvo Hpot, not.
an much on tint Hiirfnco of the nldii I
nn In tlm undiirlyliig Usui's, wherein
nre grout imrvea Hint oiiiiiiiunlcnlo
rory uloHoly with lliu lirnln. And It In
fn tliene tlssiiex that tho carlmiiclo
sprondrt lis "roota."
A carbuncle Is n hronldiiK down of
tho Unniio rmiHwl by tho germs call
ed Btroplococctm nnd stniliiococoiis.
TheAo nro the principal hut by no
iitouiiK tho only pirn pnnliicliiK gonns,
Thoy wit nnd brwik down tho IImiiwi
Tho while corpuscle of the blood rush
(o the spot nml try lo devour tho at
tacking bacteria. Million of them per
Mh In the attempt, ami pun Is really a
mixture of dead while corpiwcle and
gerniK tlutt are exuding virulent pot
sons. Crliiinrli select Hie Imck of (no
neek so often lioenuxe of tho Irritation
cAiiHod by Hie rollnr If thl bo slightly
frayed or roughened by on roles Inim
during. The Iwck of the neck U nl
niont a uiiieh exposed to dirt a are
the iHiek of the tiamli nnd need
Wiishlng nlimwt a often Tho rubbing
of the collar scrape off tho wenly sur
faro of the ktn. which I It prona
tion ngalnxt geruin of ilNeami. Thlt
being giimt. the germ (enter unop
A eollnr button preiitng roimtnnlly
on the one swt may produce (ho snmo
Ami In a few day you are going
around with a IwiHlage on your neck
and Buffering nwful torture. Fortu
nately the doctor Imvo dlicovorod an
antitoxin that pilckly cure rarbuii
cle Yet even when this I ndinlnU
tered thu patient I doomed to much
The moral of nil this lit Don't wear
a collar that I tho leant bit frayed.
Now York Worhl.
Plight of a Dinger Who Yearned to
Captivate Ludwlg II,
King l.tklwl II. f Bavaria bad n
wonderful winter garden at Munich,
which a a built i, the roof of tba
rHHldena There wa' hImi an arttnal
lake with a plntl MMiormr back
ground uf the Himalaya mountain,
and when the king sat In the garden
a "property" iwoon shed It gaaeutw
light alHire the now rspped peak.
The k I it ic tunt often to eummaiHl art.
let from the theater to terforin in the
winter garden. hihI I remember the
fate which befell Joeptiliw Hehefaky,
a largo, tall woman, wIumo ono wbili
In life wa to attract Ludwls notice.
A all singer sang hidden behind
aerecue. Joephlna's chance of meet
Ing the king faro to face wore exceed.
Ingly small But whnt woman U over
at n lo for nu expedient? .Sho kne
how chivalrously romantic Ludwlg
could be on occnNlnu, so hc derided
alio would fall Into the lake and en
treat him to riwue her.
Tho eventful ovenlng nrrlved. Jov
phlua warbled her sweetest for tho
ticncflt of the listening monarch nnd
when tho song wn over plunged
heavily Into the lake.
There wn a tremendous noise, and
the wnter plnhcd to thu topmoot
summit of (he "Himalayas," hut tho
lady remained chin deep In the lake.
whoe still water were not so deep
a they looked. "Have mo, save me.
fhaugrlnr cried the agitated singer
The king rang the Ml. "(let that!
woman nut of the lake awl send her
home." he commanded, and the drip
ping JonHphlua. sadder nnd wiser,
walked out of the' wnter nnd out of tho
reldcux forever. Conn tees Mario La
A. Letter For Schiller.
Kchlllor once recelvixt a letter which
took fire year to roach him. In 1703
the national convention created tho au
thor of "The Hoblwr" n French cltl
Mti us n tribute of ndmlrntloti for tho
revolutionary Ideas expressed In that
work. The clork charged with tho dis
patch of thl civic diploma nddressod
the cover to "Cltoyon Olllo," and
Hchlllcr did not receive It until 170-i.
On Its receipt ho wrote: "This docu
ment has como to mo from tho king
dom of the dead. Dnnton nnd Clavloro
attested It. Tho covering letter Is sign
et! by Ilotand. All threo havo pawed
sway," Loudon Chronicle,
Defining the Oyster.
"Now," asked thu teacher, "who can
tall ma what an oyster Is J"
Rlleuco for a moment, whllo small
brows wero knit In atrnlncd effort at
remembrance. Then llttlo Tommy's
facial miiHcle rulaxed, nnd eagerly bo
raised tils hand.
"I know!" lis triumphantly nnnounc
ed. "An oystor Is a llsh built llko a
She Smacked of Dooks,
'Thoy lull urn you kissed Miss Bon
net, tho poetess, on yesturduy's auto
mobile excursion."
"Ye. That Is true,"
"Iridocdl And. how did you-nh-find
"Miss Sonnet has a marked literary
tnstu." New Orleans Times-Democrat
No Exaggeration.
"You told me you wuro worth a mil
lion, and I find that you havo only n
paltry $10,000." nuld Blathers' partner.
"Well $10,000 Is 1.000.000 cents." said
lllathurs. Harper's Weekly.
Commercial Valuation,
Politeness costs nothing."
"Yes." replied the goiitlomnn of tho
old school. "Porhnps that's why peopo
have ho llttlo respect for It." Washing,
tou Star.
rr uJk