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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 August 1897

I A N SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. F. A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON, President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under the State Laws. PAID UP CAPITAL UNDIVIDED PROFITS. .$35,000.00. .$.'5,000.00. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A LOANS A SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. FIR E INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP TICKETS, FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROHERG. Prosident. M. JORGENSON. vice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Under the State Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO AND" FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE, Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON REAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Careful A...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 August 1897

frREE GRATIS. Every feller In the nation Has upon his private list Borne peculiar pet temptation. That he finds he can't resist. Some one thing he can't say "No" to But this one seems queer to me All the fuss some folks go to Just to get a thing that's free. yraps some dry goods feller's glvln' Colored picture cards away. Ain't no use to no one livin', Crowds '11 wait in line all day. Theaters! How they do abhor 'em, "Modern plays aren't fit to see." Tell 'em you've some passes for 'em. Are they goin'? Sure! It's free. To the church their vows are plighted, In their seats they're always found And they seem to be sharp-sighted Till the box is passed around. Then it does beat all creation How all-fired blind they be, Seems as if they'd got salvation Coz the parson said 'twas free. —Joe Lincoln, in L. A. W. Bulletin. A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNOE. XCepyrlght. 1845. by J. B. Llppincott OK] XII. PRELIMINARIES. Two days later, Philip was once more "established at the Hotel Johannisbe...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 August 1897

*J I? S€AMMVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPEMSGS O THE FATHERLAND. Principa a at Occurre a he Ol Countrie A he N Se W it in a W or S a S W E E N It will be remembered that the reg ular guide ropes were left behind at the time of the ascent of Andree's bal loon from Dane's island. Upon return of the gunboa Svensksund to Sweden Captain E. Andree, a brother of the explorer, measured these ropes, and, in the combined length of all the ropes of that kind belonging to the outfit of the balloon, ascertained that the balloon still has 1,525 feet of ropes, or 400 feet more than as supposed im mediately after the ascent of the bal loon. Th Mack my ra sulfite factory, near Gefle, has been destroyed by fire, the loss being 8135,000. 1 he annual out put of the factory has been about 4,500 tons for several years past. Swedish toddy has captured a gold medal at the Brussels world's fair. Vigorous measures have been taken to have Swede well represented at the international fi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 August 1897

The Great Game of Ball. ContiiMccl from First Page. of us did not know anything about the game, never ha ing tried to bat or catch a ball in our lives, and of course these trial innings went against us. But by and by as we got onto the ropes of ball playing, and began to play in earnest and then the course of events assumed a different aspect. Our men in turn whacked the ball into the adjoining fields and run in 11 scores in one inning. That's the kind of chaps we arc. Well, this just para lyzed the court house fellows,. The superintendent fairh pawed the ground, and the tall foim ot theii captain followed by a mob was seen striding accross the ground swinging his upper extremities like a Dutch man's wind-mill trying to knock or intimidate the I anybody thinks we exaggerate just let them visit Fors bergs photograph gallery—but allin vain. Burr doasn't scare worth a cent. The tide of battle ha evidently turned and turned for good. We however, did noi want to hurt too much the feeling...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

Vol. 3. i/k ,i» PAGE 1 Railroad and Local News PAGL a General News. Veterans In Camp Name Tickets Golden Tales PAGE i. Architecture Woman and Home The Sunday School Miscellaneous PAGES 4 &3 Editorial Comment Miscellaneous Heading', PAGE 6 A Case in Equity Farm and Gar den Miscellaneous PAGE 7 News Tiom Sweden. Norway and DenmaiU State News CuirentTop- PAGE 8 Village ouneil Piocecdings Ray mond Kingville Miscellaneous. IN SADNESS PREFERRED I would lathei be weak md feeble And kind to my biothei man. Than a giant in stiength and l.iboi With nevei a noble plan. Foi a sliuddcmig thought comes homewaid To mv shivei ing heai t's affright— To sti i\ lot selh-h gains alone The giandestsoul would blight Foi hoanh treasure blackens It men are enslaved to buy it, And the'gold ot eaitli is scarcely worth The shnnkage of lite to try it Ol.PHA WOHTHlI'.a KlRBY Gieen Lake, Minn Aug 30. 1807 "A Hot Time in Our Town Tonight." [Composed on the e%ening ot the recent ball a ime with St Cloud by A E...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

Wilhmr f&ribnne. JOHNSON & LAWSON, Publishers. WILLMAR, MINN. THK object of the new home for •working- girls just opened in Denver, Col., is to give comfortable quarters to young women who are working for such slender wages as $4 or $5 a week. Furnished rooms are offered for only $2 a month. There are pleasant recep tion rooms, to which all working girls are freely invited and the home, which has 32 rooms, has already 15 inmates. J. PIERPONT MORGAN puts §100 in the contribution plate every Sunday morn ing, and has given $1,000,000 to the New York Lying-in hospital. His benefactions are said to reach $50,000 a year. Peorge Peabody's fad was the promotion of education. His gifts amounted to more than $10,000,000. Asa Packer had the same fad, his bene factions amounting to about $4,500,000. He founded Lehigh university. A LONDON paper claims iat teak is the most durable wood known for structural and mechanical purposes. It is hard, yet light, easily worked, and, though porous, ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

incniMa W999 in3a Herewith we illustrate a $L900 resi dence built upon, a brick foundation: This very modern home has eight rooms and a large reception hall. The size of the parlor is 12x12 feet: dining room. 10x12 feet kitchen. 9x10 feet: halL 7 feet 6 inches by 5 feet: reception nail. 5x24 feet: chambers 5 feet 6 inches by 12 feet 7 feet 6 inches by S feet six inches SxlO feet 10x10 feet, and 7 feet 6 inches by 10 feet. From the veranda, which is 6x10 feet, one en ters the vestibule. 4XJ feet. This vesti bule is provided with large plate glass panels. There are cased openings be- PLAN1 OF FUtST FLOOR. siding. O. G. round butt shingles for gahie ends. The height of basement is 7 feet: I first story. 9 feet 6 inches: second story. 9 feet *j inches. The kitchen contains a white enam eled sink. The parlor has a wood man xel and tile hearth. The bathroom! is fitted with modern fixtures. The en tire house is piped for gas and fur nace. The carving shown will be of composi tion. The bric...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

lot* J? Tb us aii\ but Ou iitcralk, 1 (.• at ,tojo 01 11 I n^LL \s a'u.vys a mon ompt .mc1 in &ci ice lieu IIICLC i.b ^ci ou- llltn-.s di'd necessity ioi' pioiupt relief NO EXTRA CHARGE F0$ NIGHT CALLS. I siinplj ask for aiat kindly •oolino on jour pait that gnc mo jour DAY patto.ia^e. A. E. Mossberg, THE IMtlCE-. OP S LOOK AT TPIUSE PRICES Roll 'aiding, per po "id -i,jm litir Singh am \or pound. .. I O blocking a O 2 or 3 plj pur pound .. O I J1 pii05t :A« uiaiketpi.c paid for WOOL .IT. exchange for goods Bead lor simples uiul pneos til^w iv.tn*fb fiom our customers. ¥ov ii miormatioa c.ill on RoDi.rxD & O N S O N Willmar. or will''' to LITCHFIELD, MINN. HEHRY KLAUSER, PROP. •i Ri1CiS""2BLED* AND FOOD Horses and Oat FOR SALE {ODLUN UROS., DEALERS IN lour, Feed and Vegetables, WILLMAR MiNN. We Are in It! O N •leyele WE STOP AT NOTHING. We repair anything that may happen to your wheel. We will alho carry a full line of Sundries and Re pairs. We make a spe cialty of BRAZING AN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

I A N SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. A ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON, President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under tbe State Laws. E&UJJ & APITAL $25,000.00. UNDIVIDED PROFITS S^OOO.OO. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ....FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. I E INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP TICKETS, FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President. M. JORGENSON. vice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Dnder the State Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO AND" FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE, Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON REAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

3l I .1* 11 \t '4* it u- 2l£ & tV 5& sm, AFTERGLOW. pray that time full many years may bring: And round about us heap his nowers and snow, That wo a-down the western slope may so, Clasped hand in hand, as in that joyous spring When first, together, we did learn to sing ^Tho songs of youth beside the river's flow The songs our hearts unto the end shall know, If now no more the woodlands with them ring. •And we shall sit on many a golden eve Beside the fire and dream of other days When we were young, and laugh a wrinkled laugh, HOT mourn, nor sigh that loud the winds do grieve, For thou shalt more than multiply the Mays, And I the long Decembers count but half. —Jorla Von Linden, in Chicago Record. A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. ^Copyright. 1895. by J. B. Llpplncott Co.] XIII.—CONTINUED. He kept his room, at Duncan's and rode often up the valley, both for the Mike of the intimacy which the nature cf his quest made impossible elsewhere, •And because he honestly wanted to b...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

Is, ifk 1.1*, 01* l\ —p i, a a a a a SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND.erals Principal Events that Hare Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. SWEDEN. Th excavation of antiquarian re mains in the southern part of Goth land has brought to light a number of fire places which are supposed to date back some 6,000 years. There are many evidences that the inhabitants of the place were hunters and fisher men. Andree, the north pole explorer, upon making his departure forth ad venturous journey, handed $115 to the captain of Svensksund to be distribu ted as presents among the crew of the steamer. Th Blue Ribboners have made a departure by voting a nominal bounty to the most successful Upsala student fort years has belonged to the Blue Ribboners. Th receipts of the Hogana Coal Mining company for the past year were $448,280, the products being coal and fire proof clay and brick. Duke Gunther, a bro...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

fe Walked After His Head Was Offi Or. Loye, the French physician, who greatly iuter*sted himtelf in th« q«*et*cn,-"WhaS pjsws toe head erf afiicapitated human Lcingr1' relates-th« following rema*kablo story, •which h» sa^ra was taken fiom the archives of the Viftana courts: It was the year tha-t Schcenenburg,a well known bandit, and four of his associates were caught and condemned to death. ThGy were already on their knees ready to pay the penalty of their bloody deeds by sub mitting to the awful fate of decapita tion when Schoenenbuig addressed the judgr, asking thot his four companions might be pirdoind on certain condi tions. "If," asked tho bandit, "after I am beheaded, I gi np and walk to the fir^t of njy coiruades, will you pardon him:" The ]udgo thought that he was pretty safe in coirplymg with the re quest. "Then, continued Schcenen brrg, "if I walk to the second, the thhd and the fourth, will you pardon them also?" The judge replied that if such a miraculous feat could be p...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 August 1897

rahroe $ tbe^rpris/aD^h^r. all present vteK S the iieadless tru^kVarbiBe and walked *t j,,.^.,^™- .^-^^^^^.^ -^T- Aimlessly if a station. It, 4s" invigorating ,tq .see the speed -without taster of ,tfae .inspectors ^iTWfl was takep the instas* it fell an* priced upon a pirot fr^ t« mwe as It might. .Thef '--*—®^r7r ptofesfors. and again the head^nd"of organio movement. •easant and Klns% Walked aroupfuntil *H[ passed the first, h^rj^ jcw«o» frequently to examine the. second, the?tnird antf the fojttfth lbOc«^tiirnixik tte.j^ritfSfcti^ condemned* bandit, -when Mtell *cJb\fa white doing, so^TAky.$Mepot&pfe$tya and became motionless. Query, How, ^iwbiol^^f^pW^.wwy/^abi^ll^ could a headless thtokV&aM&v&fe t^n^be^X^%wi^8i*c\fiid^w«X»^|l|. The Short Stops of the ^Triin. Stained journey speed, from,end to erid of amn, is not merely-a matter of ffMv. w»»*v«"i^T^^KiXiA ajfeo*making the*gtfiffaetf utops^ shoft: 3 3 da«L W The more stops the** are the more S S S S pottan,tisproS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

\L I IP 9 lit 9 .«. iw s%*«~-J I SOLOMON PORTER. m&$&& ttib'.t Porte Gent's Clothingand Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Overshoes, Gloves &6. Dress Goods, Calicoes, Ginghams, Cashmeres, Woolen Goods, Flannels. ••••x ::u ::$uus :»:u:::::i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::x:u:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::^^ An Exchange Flour Depot will be opened II 1 Sept. 15th by the New London Mill Co.' iil Flour, Bran and Shorts given in exchange ijj for wheat, to compete with any mill in the ij ili county. pi WEWISH TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. With New Goods from a good assortment of anything you may need 5 FOR WEAR, FOR CONSUMPTION, S FOR BUILDING, OR FOR FARM WORK At Prices that are as low asthe lowest KANDIYOHI STATION, MINN al a in he ng in A FULL LINE OF DRY GOOD S OF ALL KINDS, DRUGS, DISHES, CROCKERY, A FRESH LINE OF GROCERIES. BIGYCLES ANO BICYCLE REPAIRS. LUMBER, LIME, DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS, LATHS, ETC. A FULL LINE OF --FARM MACHINERY,:: BUQGIES, WAGONS, CARRIAGES,...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

& S&* I1* IT in Hlhmr tribune.. JOHNSON & LAWSON, Publishers. WILLMAR~ MINN. ONE HUNDRED AND NINE THOUSAND locomotives are at present running on the earth. "Europe has 63,000, America 40,000, Asia 3,300, Australia 2,000 and Africa 700. In Europe, Great Britain and Ireland take premier position with 17,000 engines, Germany has 15,000, France-11 000. Austria Hungary, the second largest continental country, has 5,000. A QUEER polyglot religious service was held at the Seamen's temple at Douglas, on the Isle of Man. The Gos pel was read in Gaelic, a hymn sung in Manx, prayer offered in Welsh and the sermon delivered in English. On a previous Sunday the Lord's prayer was said in Cornish, a language the last speaker of which died in the early years of this century. DWELLERS along the Hudson have a queer complaint against the big steam ers on that river. The boats are pro vided with immense search lights, which they flash along the shores, with painfully dazzling effect when th...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

4 SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting N From Aoroaa the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. SWEDEN. The Lyckaker sugar refinery in northwestern Skane is on the verge of "bankruptcy. An offer of 5780,000, made "by foreign capitalists, has just been rejected by the stockholders. Ih receipts of the state railways for the month of June exceeded the re ceipts for the same month last vear by 5100,000 This increase was due largely to the Stockholm exposition. The students of the university of Lund petitioned for the use of space for 250 beds in the Stockholm barracks •during the jubilee festivities, but the petition was politely declined on the ground that the soldiers would need all the room available. About 16,000 men will take part in the great field maneuvres which will begin September 1st in Dalarne No less than 10,774 men and 1,570 horses will be transported by rail, requiring £08 r...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUR NIUHT HELL will always sum mon prompt and willing- service when theie it berious illness and necessity for prompt reliel. NO EXTRA CHARG E FOR NIGHT CALLS 1 simply at,lc for that kindly livlm_ on \our pait that gi\e& me your DA\ patronage. A. E. Mossberg, I S THE PRICES ..,, OV UIJUIUI7I IIUIVIll JUST LOOK AT TEIESK PRICES: Lloll Carding, por pound spinning Single Yarn, , per pouiid I O Stocking Yarn O 2 or .] plv, per pound... Highest market pi ice paid for WOOL in exchange ior goods Stn ior sampler and pi ices alio letteis hemi our customers. Frr i'uithei information call on RQDLU.D & O N S O N AVillmar, os" writ** to ifolifleSfl Woolen Mills LITCHFIELD, MINN. IIELNRY KLAUSER, PROP. IF YOUR GLASSES^ Are skewed or inclined to pinch, let us adjust them for you. No charge for little comtorts like that. t^V £m i£m If There'saBreak to Mend We'll charge fairly for the work, and if necessary will have it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

I A N I SECDRIH BANK OF ATWATER. P. A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON, President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under the State Laws. PAID UP CAPITAL UNDIVIDED PROFITS. .$25,000.00. .$25,000.00. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. A LOANS A SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. FIRE INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP TICKETS, FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President. M. JORGENSON. vice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Under the State Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Atteution. TIKCETS TO A N FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE, Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON BEAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl Att...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

I 1- 6' jgj• ., t, LIFE MYSTERY. sonars *nongrh of the home Ufa, Of parents and children Sweet, in of the many who stand alone. And whose lives are incomplete, Avao in some way have missed the choicest Of blessings they-most would prize, A look upoa' happiness only Through other more fortunate eyes "Who bravely carry the burden Of a. heavy dally cross, "Whose tranquil, smiling faces Give no hint, of pain or loss "Yet whose hearts are filled with yearning, Beyond their strength to deny, -"For the things that are sweetest and dear est Which alone can satisfy. "Oh sad are the ones who possessed them. And have watched them fade from sight. With the lingering look from loving eyes That had filled their lives with light iBut sadder are those who, softly. In their inmost souls must say: •"Not you!" to one another, They meet in their narrow way who feel* that the sun is shining E'en now on the thoughtful brow O the man or woman in all the world Before whom their hearts would bow W in turn a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 September 1897

,»•* WOMAN AND HOME ROSE JAR SWEETS. Reclpe a for Making- a a a Spicy Potpoarrl Gather fresh rose leaves in thorough dry weather and place them in a large, covered, glazed, earthenware jar. Betwee each layer of leaves sprinkle some on table salt cover up the jar tightly after each layer of leaves is put in it. this throughout the summer The rose leaves will sink and allow of a great quantity being put in. Whe the jar is full let it stand for about a fortnight, then thoroughly squeeze the leaves from the salt with the hand, and add the following: One ounce each of storax and benzoin, ounces of orris root and one ounce of allspice—all these to be well powdered one dram eacn of bergamot, oil of cassia, and oil of lavender, and ounces of cloves. Mix all }hese ingredients well together and thoroughly incorporate the same With the rose leaves. Fill large china jars. Lavender a be dried by itself and added to the rose leaves also sweet-scented petals of the white jasmine, orange flower blo...

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