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SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY
Ftv» books of fiction are published
flady In thia country.
The Salvation Army preaches th
gospel In thirty uue different
Bitter cream and butter may and
An investigation of the boy work
generally does result after the cow has ers of London shows that the new s
been feeding liberally
on moldy boys are the healthiest and the bak
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
hay, decaying roots and certain weeds. ers least so.
Do Good Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.
J‘ k 25c 50c. Never told in bn'’c. The gen-
Another fruitful source of bitter cream
Inten-lve Dairy Faruilutf.
ntne tibletstampeICCC. g saaraataoJ to
New York State has 15,000 uniform
euro or your moucy back.
butter is the holding of the cream
The question is often asked how
ed and equipped citizen soldiers, yet
many cows a certain number of acres at too low a temperature, when
Governor Hughes manages to get
By the question is tionable bacteria get in their work, along with a staff of eighteen offi
In the lurid glare
meant that the entire energy of the causing a pungent or bitter
Of a sulphurous torch.
farm is to be devoted to raising food For best results cream should be cool
About 2,000,000 of the natives of
Some day and somewhere,
for the dairy cow. A farm in a good ed and held aX a temperature of about Siam are kept busy cultivating rice.
Tiie scorchers will scorch!
state of fertility can be easily arrang
Several varieties are cultivated, some
ed ao that one could keep a cow mediately after separation, after which requiring only two months, while the
’At the S lock ya rd«.
Visitor I have always understood to every two acres if the land is all
others require up to six months to
And one of from 60 to 70 degrees. When ft ripen.
the only thing you couldn't use was good, rich, tillable land.
would be able to raise both the forage
the squeal from the hog?
churned, and then the sooner it is
M. Marcel Prevost has been elected
Manager—It used to be so, but since or bulky part of the ration, and the
the Academie Française in succès
the tar ff agitation star.ed, we have grain ration, too. It could be done
where several separator skimmings sion to Victorian Sardou. There were
an unlknited demand for the squeal
are required to make up the quantity four ballots, at each of which M. Pre
from the Infant Industries, so we pre handling of the herd on the farm.
of cream for a churning, the cream vost secured the largest number of
serve It in these phonographs.—Buck.
it—first, corn; second, clover hay, and, should never be run from the separa votes.
Oil has been struck 150 miles south
third, peas and oats. Of course, the tor into the vessel holding previous
A *a.v«‘r orni Cheruiwt, clover sod would be plowed down for skimmings. One needs a cream can of of Suez, on the Red Sea coast, the
H 1 a sl-» I) < . en
< \ l prie
. ,<40. « h : S|.t
Hilc r |.<- a I, SI (
I. Silur. Î.K-, Gohl. 50c; Z no corn and then the corn ground be put sufficient size to hold all that Is re gusher giving Increasing quantities
or ( ! • '' SI . .n f • nvt-lop-si an*l full price liwt
wnf on it ; 11< at ion < c i roi h » d I’mt.ir«' work e*> into peas and oats the following sea quired to make up the churning, and daily, and indicating large reserves.
lieitud. lU-h rtuie: Cari.uualv National Bank.
son. With these three foods one can such vessels should be kept in a place The possibility of a cheap supply of
make a balanced ration for the dairy where the temperature is about 60 fuel Is a discovery of the greatest lm-
cow without purchasing any other out degrees. Each skimming should be portance to Egypt.
side food, either concentrated or cooled before being emptied into this
An electric heater for thawing ex-
high priced baking bulky.
When fresh cream is plosives is used at
powd< i s will do and d< ei
The statement has often been made emptied it should be at once thoroug- drainage tunnel In Cripple Creek. It
it better. It raises the
dough and makes light that an acre of good land will sup ly incorporated with the contents of
is in successful operation. The cost
er, sweeter and bette;
One the can by stirring with a spoon or of this method of heating is about 10
risen foods. Suld by gro port a. cow the year around,
cers 25c per pound, jj dairyman made the remark that he ladle. Churning should not take place
cents for twenty-four hours, and is
you will send us youi
name and address, we could keep two cows on an acre, but within five or six hours after the last said to be far more economical than
rill send you a book on health and baking pt.wder.
practically tfle man who keeps one cream has thus been added.—Field and coal.
CFESCENT MFG. CO. Seattle, Wn.
cow on two acres is doing very good Farm.
That valuable energy which should
business if he gets fair prices for the
be conserved for thinking and doing
Itr<*In I cn Ing Wushrd I.and.
product. It is a fact that the demand
THE OLD I.:LtAr.’. L?."
I had about one acre of washed is used by vegetarians in digestion
for milk, butter and cheese is lncreas-
land on one side of a good field. In the meat eater the steer does the
Ing faster than cows and the prices
absolutely devoid of vegeta drudgery of vegetable digestion for
are continually advancing. There Is
been left out for a number the man, while a vegetarian makes of
no better business than dairying —
of years after wasting fertilizer upon himself and his faculties a kind of
it, and was an eyesore. Early in the animal.—New York Press.
spring I crossed It with furrows about
F or CATARRH op rut bladder .
On its through trains one of the
Water a Necessity for Crops.
5 feet apart.
In these furrows I eastern railroads has installed a sani
URINARYLISCHARGES etc .
AT DRUGGISTS.OR TRIAL BOX BY MAIL50r 37*4 feet in diameter and will hold dropped wild blackberry roots, one tary system of supplying water to
FROM PLANTER.9 3 HENRYST. BROOKLYN.N.V 3,400 tons of water, an equivalent to about every 4 feet. I dropped a fork passengers.
In every car a slot ma
— BE. WAR EOF IMITATIONS.----
ful of stable manure next to each root, chine is Installed, which supplies par
(■BSiaiBk-La«— a Vs LUKjnTI
■ i «MB h Ms W!l ** T '
age rainfall of 13’4 inches during the partially covering it, and covered the affin drinking cups for 1 cent each.
whole with one furrow made with the The passenger uses this paraffin ves
In the next furrow I sel and throws It away after use.
dropped small pine tops and partially
Nathaniel Osborne, who used to
covered them with the plow. I went
blow the organ in the Brick church in
over all the land In the same way.
Fairhaven, Conn., was once asked how
The work required three days for two
much salary he received. “Twelve
men and a team. The following spring
hundred dollars,” he replied. "Twelve
I plowed out the middles. This was
will give you full value
hundred dollars!" exclaimed the ques-
five years ago, and I have not touched
for every dollar spent
tloner In surprise. "Yes," replied
the land since. I have gathered two
and keep you dry
good crops of blackberries and the Nat, “but that's for one hundred
the wettest weatne
land Is now covered with heavy berry
It has been decided to remove the
bushes and a good wild grass sod,
with no wash to speak of.—G. M. notice on the pier at Yarmouth. I^Ie
Humphreys, in Agricultural Epito. of Wight, which runs as follows:
"Any person going on the pier with
out first producing his railway ticket
Beet Culture Wanen.
or paying the authorized toll or in
Comment has arisen over the appat sulting or annoying the pier master
AJ.T ower C o . boston . CT& a
T oweb C anadian C o . limo - id T oronto . can
ent decadence of sugar beet culture In or any other official is liable to a fine
the farming section about Toledo. of £5.”—London Evening Standard.
Ohio. Where a few years ago a dozen
California Is to try acclimating the
fields could be seen without traveling
more than a mile or two, now scarcely Korean wild fig. The fig, growing on
one exists. A farmer reported he saw a hardy vine, on trees, trellises and
but one field between Toledo and Mon hedge rows to a height of thirty feet,
roe. though only a few years ago this bears a delicious fruit. Some of the
section produced heavily. Several fac- seed has been sent to the department
tors have arisen to work against beet of agriculture, California State uni
raising. In the first place, labor and versity. The fig grows wild in Korea
care considered, the present high- and has proved of great value there.
The sofa on which Dickens died at
priced cereals are considerably more
profitable: again, farmers have begun Gadshill has Just been presented to
growing season would fill to the point
to learn that beets tax soil vitality the Dickens museum at Portsmouth.
indicated. A rainfall of 9 Inches, if
about as heavily as any crop, and, He was at work on "Edwin Drood" On
completely utilized, would produce a unless fertilizing elements are constant the evening before his death, when he
yield of 30 bushels of wheat or 157
ly applied the land invariably suffers. came in fatigued and after a few
bushels of oats.
words to his sister in law. Miss Ho-
For a Sucking; Cow,
fell to the floor, never to speak
Sih» lltiildl ng*.
The following description is given of again, The couch is of rosewood and
In nil silos the greatest waste oc
a device to prevent a cow from suck covered witli green plush.
curs around the sides, particularly In
The old gentleman was not accus
the corners, because the air has great
Secure two lengths tomed to having the new railway in
er access to these parts The fodder
of small cord, also his town; upon seeing a train ap-
is not packed tightly In the corners,
six piece« of round, proaching he whipped up his horse
the air fills the interstices and decay
wood about and tried to cross the track in front
results. With the cylindrical silo the
12 inches long and of U. lie and his horse came out
friction Is equally distributed over the
1*4 inches in diam safely, but the wagon was badly
entire Inside wall surface."so that the
bore % inch broken. When he found that he was
silage settles evenly.
holes at each end of not injured he called to the engineer:
The place a silo Is to occupy may
sticks, then having "Why, I thought you saw me coming."
determine the form to intild. There
tied a knot at one
are several kinds Chief among these
Bishop Samuel Fallows of the Re
end of the rope, thread on the sticks.
are the round the stave, the square
Knot the cord on either side of the formed Episcopal church, preaching
rectangular, and the octagonal form
sticks, then throw the same across in St. Paul's church, Chicago, recent
A square or rectangular silo can usu
the cow's neck (having regulated the ly, on "The Race for Life,” took occa
ally be constructed within a barn with
knots and sticks to suit the small of sion to warn his congregation against
better economy of spa e than a round
the neck and also the shoulder), and automobile speeding. “‘Let your mod
silo. For these reasons square silos
the end of the cords around the first eration be known to all men' should
are most frcqucnrly employed within
knot. The accompanying illustration be Inscribed on every car," said the
the barn, and the cl, nlar type when
shows the result, This device p ro bishop. "The commercial, military
a separate building is constructed.
vents the cow from reaching her and other uses of the automobile are
endless. We therefore hail its advent
DR. W. A WISE
with Joy not untempered, however,
22 Y vara a Leader in 1’am leas Dental
Strea tky or mottled butter may be
Sllntce for Feeding.
with a wholesome fear.”
Work in For. land
caused by the salt, or ft may be due
The chief difficulty in growing silage
A decision of the court of appeals
to the working of the butter. The corn In some of the Northern States Is
salt is so
t evenly diffused In the finest In getting a suitable variety, and farm of New York, in a case which grew
out of a dispute over the right to a
Should r.m< mb-r that our f r c* c« cw *rr»oK'-i kited of btii.er that, as is shown by a ers are strongly urged to take advan
th«' WK CAN I>«> IHKlit 7 NT1RE CHO •'N
microscope, ex cry grain Is surrounded tage of such new varieties of silage car seat, holds that placing a piece of
BKinc.E AND 1’1 A h WORK IN A PAY it
baggage In a seat does not pre-empt
1’0 -il'IVHI.Y PAIN I.ESS EX- by a film <t clear nn 1 transparent corn as may be offered for trial by
FRAl"! IN<! I* 1:1
*h n r * ■ ' r I re ‘err» areor- brine, w: 1- li points out the necessity the experimental stations of their re the space. The court rules that pas
3,rwl Wl til-MOVE rHE MOST SENSITIVE
senger cars are to carry persons, not
TEETH ANO 1.1
I - AllHOUT 1HE LEAST of avoiding the overworking of the spective States or by the Cnited States
PAIN NO S i I Pl N IS. nouncertainty.
butter l-e:<ce the salt is added. In Department of Agriculture, and also baggage, and that filling a seat with
lor the Next Fifteen Days
the first working every particle of to select their own seed in order to luggage confers no title to the seat
We will ffive you a g »od 22k gold or porce
milk should bo gotten rid of. but fill it. In sections where potatoes fill on the owner of the grip. In other
lain crown for . ................................................... B..W
£2k bridge teeth .................................................. 3.50 enough < It ar water should be left to the place of corn in a ration, silage words, If a traveler wishes |o make
sure of sitting in an ordinary
Gold or enamel fillings......................................... 1.00 dissolve every grain of salt in twelve can be made frem Japanese millet or
.50 hours before the next working
Stiver filling.*»..................................... ....................
if other crops and succulent winter feed coach he or she must take a seat
Good rubbrr platen
....................................... 5 00
hang on to it
l he b<*t n-d rubt«r plates ............................ TOO this is done there will be but little be thus provided. Clover and Dalian
One of the most remarkable of
.50 danger of streakiness in the butter. rye grasses are successfully used for
Painless extraction* .......................................
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 15 YEARS but to g< t the best results the salt silage in the State of Washington exhibits at a recent Conversazione of
should te xeiy finely ground.
and the combination Is worthy of tria? the Royal Society at London was the
microscopic section of the aorta of
in northern Maine
President and Manager
an ancient Egyptian king, shown by
Pre.rrvlnw Frnre Post«.
Grana for shady l'iacea.
Mr. Shattock. This king, known as
It Is estimated that a fence post.
The Iowa Agricultural Experiment Menephtah, has been regarded as the
which, under ordinary circumstances,
(INC.) Third »nJ " a.hlncton St*
will last for pe’haps two years, will. Station has found out that. on rail Pharaoh of the oppression. His mum
••••••-nt CMM roads running east and west, it is neo my was found in a tomb at Thebes in
ing a’ out 10 tents, last eighteen years essary to plant a different kind of 1898 and unwrapped in 1907. The
Na. 3« O»
The service of other tim'-ers. such as grass cn the north side of embank- king's name was written on the linen
railroad ties and telephone poles, can ments from the south side because of wrappings. The microscopic section
fl KN writing to ad.erti..r. pleaae
be d tilled and < f; n trebled by inex- the different amount of sunlight that shows that this Pharaoh was suffering
meni Ion till. papar.
ea«.L side re elves
fru® senile calcificatlen of ths vein*
p«Uai . t .e ■ iw.iit tieatment
•omnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty yean, and I can aay that Cas-
carets have given me more relief than any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
Certainly re< otnrnen-1 them to my friends
as being all that they are represented. ”
Thus. Gillard, Elgin, Ill.
Ml A ,, .;1| t. t tr<
For Infants and Children
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
AVcgeiabte Prepara ion fir As
I Ute Siomaflis aulDods of
Dr. W. A. Wise
The Wise Dental Co.
i NTS/C hilijrfn
Promotes Di^estionf heerftd
ness and RescContains neiuv
Opiunt-Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
Aperteci Remedy forConsfipi
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
nt'ss and Lo ss of S leep .
TOWERS FISH BRAND
The Kind You Have
FacSuv.il«! Sicjnanirt of
iiiwruttcecTundiT ’.he Foodai
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THt OCNTA’JR COMPANY, NEW VOR» CITY.
. I’lnln Ca«e.
divorce your husband?
itiot agree? What evi-
give of incompatibility
*l’o Cover « Large Hole.
"Waiter, get rue a newspaper so I
can hide my yawns, this concert ia so
"Yes. miss; I'll bring the largest I
can find."—Flic gende Hlaetter.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Boothing
Syrup th '•> st r.- edv to uso tor their cUUdrM
luring the lee thing period.
Could Not Tell Sooner.
••What. Suzanne, going to leave me?”
exclaimed the lady to her French maid
who was “invaluable.” “Going to gel
married? This is most unexpected.”
“Ouf, madame, but eet ees not my
fault,” responded the maid, apologeti
cally. “Eet was only last night zat
your son proposed to me!”—Philadel
1« a Libel.
"Why do so many women rest their
chins on their hands when they are
trying to think?”
"To hold their mouths shut so that
they won't disturb
Pettit's Eye Salve for 25c.
Relieves tired eyes, quickly stops
Carrier — Rainy
weather, eye aches, congested, inflamed and com
mon sore eyCs.
All druggists or
Farmer—Yes; our boarders are all Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
A m KI iiu Too Much.
L. C.—They can't blame you for the
F.—Can't, eh? Gosh, some of "ent
seem to think I ought to furnish moon
light nights.—Boston Transcript.
Mrs. Church—My husband didn't RO
to his club for two months after we
Mrs. Gotham Mine went the day
after we were married.
“Oh. well, I didn’t do my own cook-
Ing. you know "—Yonkers Statesmaa.
Special Offering; at New t ork Store
Clerk—Here is something new in
. Customer—What Is its special 'ea-
Clerk—It produces only nightmares
that are perfectly gentle.—Judge.
lie R urn.
Hut Not In h Salon.
“You know the artist we -met last
summer who 1 ousted so of his family
connections? Were any of his pic
"No. but his grandfather
A little bottle of Hamlins Wizard
Oil is a medicine chest in itself. It
can be applied in a larger number of
painful ailments than any other rem
her of the
geography class, "what do j du under
stand by the ’corn belt”.”’
"I never heard «of one, ma’am." an
swered Tommy Tucker. . "Maw alwaye
uses a plaster."
It Cures While You Walk.
Allen’s l oci
is a ct ttain cure for hot.
by all Druggists. Pi > 25c. Don't acc pt any
' il^t tut<-. I'r tl | io a H io - FREE. Address
"My boy, here’s the place for you.
Hours from 10 to 2; Saturdays from Allen8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
10 to 12; work genteel and light; ex
Croutons for soup are most easily
perience unnecessary; salary, 4100 per
made by cutting stale bread about half
week. How dew that suit you?”
“G’wan! I ain’t got no $50,000 to In an inch thick, buttering it thickly on
vest in ths business.”—Houston Chron both sides, cutting in half-inch squares
and baking In the oven u-ntil brown.
THE CRY FOR CREAM
la constantly Increasing. The biff creamery companies are constantly on the lookout and
are off« rinff good prices. A great many dairym *n ar • buying more cows instead of tryinff
to ffet all the profits possible out of those th y now have. They seem to think about all
that they can do is to run the milk through a cream separator, never stopping to .consider
whether the cream separator is doing its duty as it should. If its an old-fashioned, out-of-
date or cheap machine it can't get all the but
terfat—it wasn’t intended to. Your dairy pro
fits can b ■ increased from 5 to 25 per cent by
the use of
A NEW IOWA
* * <
The Separator that has won recoffnitlon by the
three la t expositions. St. Ix>uis. Portland and
Jamestown, and has the endorsement of all
the leading dairy experts. Its us«- actually
means the saving of a great amount of cream.
It aho means that your cream makes better
butter and never has that separator taste pe
culiar to cream skimmed by other machines.
This is becau e the Iowa is «o easily cleaned
and never becomes choke I up with filth and
dirt. Among its many advantages ar<* these
—waist-low supply «’an. • nclosed gearing;
ease of oo erat ion: adjustable crank; neat ap
pearance interchangeable parts; etc. IT IS
POSITIVELY THE CLOSEST SKIMMER
ON THE MARKET. Send for catalogue.
a * Jx Wp* :
W* .i • ’ W
Most complete I ne of
jjjl y.. ' '
We have a
Me is a
on I he < oast.
Prices and Goods Right.