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Mrs. Laursx S. Wobb,
VJwZ'r.-fculwtt Wimimi'i Homo-
cratic lutviof .ort:irnunio.
I irtrdti lh: chirec of Ini hich
W4i fast appnuchins. I nollttd nine
of Caniul. and djcl&d i.try a bot.
l.,ti month, so I kt en Uk.n it for
li-.rce nw.-unj ina now j nwaji
with no pain and I shall IsU It off and
on now ur.t.l I hive pi:d ths cllnux."
Female weakness, disordered
niunscs, falling o the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a -women to the change
if life. Do not wait but lake Wine
of Cardui now ai d avoid thJ trou
ble. Wine of Cnrdui never fail
to benefit a suifrrh.p vonum U
any are. Wine of C&rdui relwved
Mrs. Webb when slo vou in dan
cer. When vou coraf to the chanre
of life Mrs. Wob letter will
mean inoro to yet than tt docj
now. But you i.iy now avoid tho
tulerine f ne end irvd. DrujreijU
sell $1 bottles cf Wine of Cafdui.
J: M. Uoton, ..
Marsl.fie'.d, :: Ort'jon
J. VV. Bennett. '
Attomay niid.,Counselor at Law
MAKSHKlKjh) : : OREtiU.N
John r. Half.
Attorney at Law
; Ofliiyi iiYHldorailo Block
ibARSHIUELD : i OUKGON
R. H. WaltoryD. D. S.
Dental Suroon and Mechanical Donti.i
.OUlco Kaaburg Building, A St.
E. E. Straw, M.1D.
i Physician and Surgeon .
Sngolal attention given to- dlaKCi ot
tho Ktp, Knr, Nce and Throat."
Office in Sengstaekon & Dralth BWg.
AIAKSHFIELD : : OlHHJOlr
W. U. Douelas.
Attorney at Law ami;D.S.Couunitionwr
NAllfcHFIKL!) : : 0RKQ0N
0d!cf flpr-o-dlc rjijfi.ii furuhuro fitoro
, J lour?, 10 t 12 and ivl j
Special Rttrntlnu paid todisotcoof PLin,
, 1,'riHary and IJJkcaUyo Organs.
U S. I'l'iiFlcn K.xsmluor. 1'Ihuio. Sfi3 I
MARSH FIELD, :: CREdO:.
-.-jii'vyor and . Civil Kryinec-
, Il!.inco Hotel
MAltsriFIELD' :: f OREGON
Jloineitcud ncJ Timber' LcctUb'a:
' Cec'J'CO V. tssHa
Oi9ilonlp of ho AmiM.'ann rSclirol of I
Oh'ty-ailiy, Klrksrllfe, 3fp. .
IVublH dipafo-siiccojfflfully irenfcd.
i-.yniiHtiaM liw, . 'M. ', ,!
Ollfcv bourn !tro Jffa m; 1 to -I p m I
tHcf, Uoriicld mic, Sfurshfleld, Or
j.uu ouiccrs m mu duuuuio uuiuu ut
Leavenworth. Knu., hove purchased
Pfty more cows for tbo dnlry.vThe cows
jcre purchased from flood RUtTorow
who wore nimble to keep theui. Tbo
Foldlors' homo dairy now consists of
1X) iwp, nearly nil of tbo Shorthorn
nnd llolsteln breeds. At tbo last meet-l
log of the board of manapvra It was do-1
cided to permit tho purchase of tlfty
more cows at WO each. Much milk Is
required at the Soldiers' home. The,
w.1. . .m i ik. rtt.ll..t t-A
I hospitals require ovcnty-flve gallons a j
day, n ninny of the veterans urv on a
I milk diet. The veterans have mush nnd
milk for supper (wlcu a week, and mot
of them tako milk In thetr coffee. Tho
homo ofllcInU state, that ?3,l00 can be
' paved overj year by keeping cows. (
xuero is plenty or pasture ami rorugo.
to maintain them ou the home grounds.
The milking Is dono by veterans. Nof
nttempt is uuuio to ouuuu nutter rrom
tho cows. The 'butter Is supplied by
5 J contract.
World' f'nlr Score Card For nutter.
Tho management of tho dairy depart
ment of the Louisiana Purchase exnol-
l j tlon has adopted tho following scale of
a I nolnta fnr nortrtiiL- tlin luiftor mnil, on
the exposition grounds from tho milk
of cows filtered In the competition for
determining tbo capacity of tho differ
ent breeds as dairy nuluinU:
Pnckagc m 5
Tills U practically tho sanx- scale of
points which was usetl at tho World's
fair In Chicago and has been used by
the different us&ocluttoiiis where butter
has beeu entered for comjotlUou, ex
cept that tho -13 ixdnts ht retoforo al
lowed or flavor have bemi divided, 13
telng given to nroroa and -only 30 to fla
vor proper. .
A Good Dairy Cow.
A good dalrj cow should havo great
depth of chest and olao fair width of
floor of chest. Sho should havo a largo,
capacious barrel that Is capable of util
izing generous quantify of food, nnd
her udder should be of good slxc nnd
well balanced ns to tiztt nnd position of
quarters. It should oxtend well for
ward on the abdomen. The teats should
bo sot well opart and ho of such alio as
to be conveniently gi.-aepcd by tho milk
er. Tbe,mllk veins (these arc tho large
veins which extern j along tbo abdomen
forward of tho ucder' should bo large,
crooked and bra nchlng, nnd tbo holes, t
or; milk wells, 'bore tbeso vchui pass'
Into the body rould bo large. Tho ud-'
der Itself should be free from conrso
ncss and not appear to be full of meaty
tissue whej, handled after milking,
soys Way Dlnsmoro In Kimball's
Dairy Fn ner.
The p olnts wo hnvo mentioned nro
few tlje chest capacity, roominess of
barrel, or abdomen and a good udder
but 'iheso are tho essentials of u good
'A'hen you go out to buy look well to
t'jeso standard points, and, no matter
'w attractive a cow may be otherwise,
If sho Is lacking wrlously In uny of.
'Jhey hovocowfi like this uoodn Scot
Irtnd, but-of course they also tiavo eomu
fine high bred stock.
I incruiutt In Ioiva.
Assistant State Dairy Commissioner J
P. II. KlcfTcr when Interviewed recent-'
ly stated that thus far in the year tho
Iowa creamery products hav shown
an lncrenso of 7 or 8 per cent over hist ;
year, partly duo to better puaturuge. ,
Tho work of creamery Inspection over ,
the state la proving very satlafuctory, '
though ther Iwvo been some prosecu-i
tlons for firlhiro to comply with tho
dairy reauhttlons. .Whenever jickII-
genco-Js' discoveredt.lt Is being severely
(. l,erfocmaoc4B,(Teat of 'Merit,
Performauco isxsomothlng that must
not be lost sight of by tho practical
dairyman In grading up hla herd.
Sometimes tho fancy points of tho
breed he is using for tho grading up
and sometimes allttle-thlng llko color
will influence a btrcofler much more
thau.they, ought to.
Ono of tho beat jfl-aUotfierdB.a Wis
travels about tho state remembers
having-' aeon weire gj-ado-Joraeys, and
"the wise owuor mad e ''nrodnctlon tho
etandard by which itlio cows eligible to
o place In tho herd-' 'cto'iudgod. Tho
'butter record wafl6rtutV850 pounds
and oVery cow's prc3u cUon-Avas-Judged
by the Bobcfck'tflat ' wu.
But tho point wo w erogetting nt Is
that though-thi herd wms faf above
the avesaatootitauiMi aarolbredjUcrds
twuio'JcriJey'nlon'Vvouia navo 'otvjcctcQ
to man of Uio Individuals becnusa Mm. Tho Bbstnno perronns tho Haiuo
they were bo dnrk in colr. Wo do not ditty in transmitting tbo light vlbni
think that this discrimination Is nil tloim us tho dlnphragin In a telcphouo
marked ns It was bouio tlmo since and dooi In transmitting pound vibration.
Jit Is tlmo that It bo dono nwny with These light vIluiitioiiH are transmitted
In herds where production la tho tnvns-'iiy uhuiuh of olrctrlelty to tho receiver
uro of wluo. Some men would keep n t tho other end of tho lino nnd there
cow in n grade herd because alio wast changed by tho action of polarised
a ulco typo and pretty, oven If aha, beams of light Into tho original Image.
Old not uiako money enough to pay for
her feed, but tho practical dairyman
must not do it.
FRUITS AND NUTS AS FOOD,
Rraulta of Henrm-chm by ttio Up
lortiitent of AKrlculttirp.
The dopnrttucnt of tigrlculture hns for
several years beeu conducting a nodes
of experltuents to detcrmluo tho dletagr
ralue of dllToreut foods.
Nino dietary studies nnd thlrty-ona
digestion experiments were carried on.
In tlu inntorltv nt tlin ittotnrv stm!li4
and nil but ono of the digestion experl-1
uieuts fruit and nuts constituted all or
utmost all of the diet. Tho results of
tho Investigation cmptmblzo the fact
that both fruit and nuts should be con
sidered as true foods rather than food
accessories. The subjects were two wo
men, thtvo children, two elderly men
nnd two uulverslty students. Tho men
nil did hard inuuual labor during n part , drcuu, of 8nutll cliu Ull) Kwxl oU,
of the. time, tho students working to muu ot Ul0 chimney top Is Just ns pop
support themselves while purnuiug their ..,,.- ,. WIlll f,,. VlnrM ....,, -I1V11 ,,.,
The fare given In these osperlnients
wns In every case ono thnt would ap
peal to any normal appetite. It em-
peat to nny normal nppeme. u em-
brawl homy, tomatoes, npples. ba-
nanas. cantalouivs. grapes, verdal. cor-,
uiciiuu, ioka, nuiscai, senrioi nans,
Ivan., pomegmnates, perslininons. or- '
nuges, strawberries, watermelons, tigs,
almonds nnd ieauut butter. The only
nu I null foods allowed were cottage
cheese nnd eggs, and these In limited
quantities The cost of such n diet va
ried frtrni 13 to IS cents a day.
Comparative experiments were car
ried nlon lu whh.h nulmnl foods were
employed under the usual conditions of
living, nnd In those the dally cost ran
from -0 to .10 cents It was found that
th? food eaten supplied about 00 pet
cent of the protein usually secured by
the average meat diet, while health
and strength continued the same, If not
Improved, and in two or three cases
there was a slight gain In flesh nnd
Fruits contain little protein, nnd unb
are relied on In the fruitarian plan of
entlug to balance the ration, l-'mlts
are rich In carbohydrates and nuts In
fat A pound of peanuts, which cost!
7 cents, furnishes 1,000 calories of en
ergy at a cost of tyj cents and protein
nt a cost of 30 cents n pound. A por
terhouse steak costs for tho same re
sult respectively 22 cents nnd 51.31
when tho steak can be bought for 22
cents a pound.
SELF WETTING BROOM.
Derlce to I'rcvrnt Duat From IllliiK
Itefore the scientist made his appear
nnco with his nil seeing microscope and
frightened us with his terrible little
germs of nil diseases tho housewife
was content to sweep the carpet with
nn ordinary broom and to take up the
dust lu a dustpan without nny ml-
JltOOM WJTU JIO3TK.VE1I.
crobo killers attached to cither. Hut
those days of happy lgaoranco are
passed, andthe scleutlllc housekeeper
cannot wield her broom without first
assuring herself that the microbe killer
is attnehed to tho dustpan nnd thnt the
disinfecting apparatus la In place on
tho broom Ithelf.
This hitter device, which has 'just
been patented, takes the form of a
small, flut reservoir, clamptd or strap
ped to ono side of tho broom. In order
to distribute the liquid thoroughly
through the straws numerous small
tubes project from tho tank into the
broom, from which tho disinfectant
percolates slowly downward.
Should tlw housewife not Im bo par
ticular nlKiut the mlcrdbo danger she
may nee fit to uso tills same invention
to hold common water, in which no
disinfectant Is to bo found, for the pur
pose of moistening tho carpet or floor
to lay tho dust during the sweeping
process, or, tho inventor mentions,
thcro 1b still another uso to which it
can bo put, thtft of distributing kero
poiio oil to a carpet to brighten tho col
ors and destroy tlio moths which often
lurk in the edges or corners.
To See Oyer the I'honr,
C, P. IJrennoniun, a railway clork of
St. Paul, una invented what ho calls nn
electroscope, by means of which, ho
says, neonlo conversing fiy telephone
cun 'see 'each other. Tho rnnfclltno con
sists of two lenses. Behind these lensctj
are sllenlum cells, which contain tho
A Wniulerrul UhM.
A fast Hashing bencon light that can
lo neon lu fnvoniblu weather for morn
tliun forty miles has Just been Installed
bj tho Oernuiu governinent upon the
Island of Helgoland, lu tho (lortnnii
ocean. It Is tbo mot wonderful In the
world. The ll:ht used equalu :W,WH),
000 candlo iHyer. Tho light lastH one
tlfth of a socoud and npeats ltnelf In
live Bcconds. It Illumes tho entire ho
rlsJon In that period. At forty mllei
dlstnnco tho poucll of light Hashes ovet
the sea at tho rate of 180.0(H) ntltvtt an
hour, tho ijerman pmawiiic mirroi
reflector Is used.
SANTA CLAUS LETTERS.
train of ClillilUh .Mornvrln llrorlvpj
Iriiu Alt Utnr thu Coiiiitrr.
No mntter whnt some iiersous may
i.tiv tflt.iiif Mut imuulni- nf ..lit lilltiunl'ia
New York Herald.
... .. - -- .... ... ,v ... w ..,,... -.- . -.
The white haired clerk at tho head
of the inquiry department In tho Now
York postolllco snys so, nnd ho ought
.,, knn... .-,,. f,.. Vl,lirrt Ll, ,...,, ,..,,.
rcceIviK. Ujo Santa Clans letters, niid
,,,. declares the old man's correspoud
cnco tlllH yi.nr fl,r exwcjs nMj-thliiK m
has ever known. They uro the same
miscellaneous assortment of big nnd
little envelopes dlsllgured with childish
scrawls. They contain the same slm
pie appeals to bo remembered nt Christ
mas time, nnd they will nil be forward
ed after New Year's to thu dead lettet
ofllcc lu Washington to bo destroyed.
The tlrst letter for Santa Claus thli
yv.ar came from Alaska. It was writ
ten In October niul wns addressed tc
"No. I'M Ice street, Krozetown, Cell
tral 1'arl;, Nilotic." This was followed
the next day by another from a little
girl In New Mexico addressed to "San
ta( Claws, 2d snow house, Ilalndean
dpt., Sparklehiwn, Nnv York." Then
they began coming ly the score, ad
dressed to Snow Mountain, Lapland,
Cloudvllie In the Sky, Klondike avenue,
Greenland, Icy Iteglous, Arctic Regions,
North Pole, JJnowtown, Ico County,
Hnow 1IIII, Central Pork and a hun
dred other places where Santa Claus li
supposed to live.
Somehow, no mntter what tho ad
dress may be, those letters seem to bo
forwarded to New York. First they go
to tho foreign department, where they
nrc pnswed upon In a serious business
llko way, and then they nro turned
over to the Inquiry department, where
they again receive tho bober nttcntlon
of tho government clerks.
Occasionally a watchful father or
mother Intercepts tho letter nnd plnccs
tho nuinc of tho sender on the envelope,
nnd all Hitch letters nro carefully re
turned, so thnt tho parent may learn
tho particular request inndo of Santa
Claus In time to nee Uiat tho order Is
filled. Frequently little postscripts are
scratched la corners of the envelopes ns
an afterthought They are such mes
sages as this: "Tommy would like n
train of cars." Ono letter from a llttio
girl In Mnlno Informed Santa Claus ou
tho outsldo of tlvo envelope that "we
havo all been good since last Christ
mas." POET 8TANTON'S SORROW.
Groruin Writer' Deitk Omdemucil am
n Menace hy i1re Inspector.
City Arc inspectors in Atlanta havo
declared tbo desk of Frank L. Stanton,
Georgia's noetic aon of "Just From
Georgia" fnme, a mcuaco to tho busi
ness section of the city. With sorrow
lug eyes Stnntou recently had his desk
overturned nnd tho lottera nnd papers
which covered it to a dcth of more
than a yard carted away.
Truo to tho old newspaper legend, ha
avoided bad luck lu sorting bis paicrs,
and they till "Wcut together. Tho un
answered letters of autograph hunters
formed a part of the rubbish -which tho
Are olllclals feared would start a con
flagration in thu Constitution building,
. Stanton will not any how many yearn
these papers havo been accumulating.
Once ono was laid on tho desk, its fato
wnH'Bcaled, as it was soon covered by
another, which fared no better. All
kinds of things, from morocco bound
books to rats' nests, wero found in tho
drawers of tho desk, and nil found com
mon rcfugo (u the junk paper yards.
Stanton will nt onco begin a new col
lection, to which autograph and photo
graph fiends tbo country over likely
will bo tho chief contributors.
' Hard on Anntlo,
Kthol-Auntle, whed will I bo old
enough to IUbh really and trnly?
Auntlo When you're afl'old as'.rnm,
Btliel-But Undo Jncl;ifl(iy3 tbat'o too
old Detroit Froo Press.
.."Dld'your husband rtcbVer after hUl
No,"' replied tlio widcrw, "but I dl4-
JIcic is the clutiicc of your likliiiic. It is t-ood
only iiii Ioiir ns this ail itppcms.
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