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CAULIFLOWER IN FAVOR
E v e r y Niqht
F o r C on stipation
Vegetable Is Closely Related to
the Cabbage Tribe.
H e *d d c )ie .Iiu lig é stio n .e tc
Very Rich Boll Required, and It Must
Be Qiven Most Particular Treat
ment— Market Demands Snowy
K r s U o I O u t il«* at am i R « l w > l Soap have !*««»>
ra o is itté iu U il by p b rta ian i a w i a u r i« « fur ma a y
yaara in lit« U ta tiM n t *»| I s b n t ih •< s*ma, U «ttikt|
»sait, i !i*6 n g , rU
I V y u m U t n nothing w lùrh <o**UI
p<«a4blf Injure o r Iv r t u u tKa ien4#re«t akin
try ail d iu g | t « ii /TriMwV .* « a / / r r A s iy 'f Aa/A i r a i «
to /rrpyi»/ jiia/rMti/ri
.me tn Sas, Btstxnd Wla4
P « r * v e quickly reliev'dby Nertee
r ,\ r C S
juit Kye Comfort. A l
Vour Druggist*« 50c per Bottle. Morta« Eye
flair« in Tube* 2$c. ForBa*kalibaty«rroaa«k
Druggiita or Maria« Eya Bceedy Ca., Chicago
Cauliflower Is closely related to the
cabbage tribe, but much more refined
In Its habits and more dlltlrult to cul
tivate. It requires u w ry rich soil and
• he most particular I rent ment, und no
farmer or gurdcuer would be Justified
In attempting Its cultivation on a large
settle, or to depend upon It ns a market
crop without first having thoroughly
studied Its peculiarities and require
The market desires snowy white
bends, so that protection Is universally
practiced to accomplish this purpose.
Three methods are used: (1) the
breaking of hulf a dozen or more
leaves over the top of the cauliflower
head. The stems of tho leaves nre
not severed entirely, so that the leuves
remain green. (i!) Breaking nr bend
ing over the leaves us Just explained,
and pinning with toothpick* or small
This Is a very satisfactory
method for all sections. (3) Bringing
the leaves together over tile head ami
lying. This Is an excelleut plan, but re
quires more time Ilian securing with
llie toothpick*. The protection should
begin when the heads are about un
inch and u half In diameter.
Cauliflower Is considered a delicacy
on most tables, trail It pays to exercise
special «nre In the murketlng.
though barrels ure often used, crate*
or baskets nre better.
which will not hold more than u do/,
en or nt most two dozen heuils cer
tnlnly has un advantage over the bar
If the In-ads nre o f goisl size, snowy
white, wrapped In fancy paper, und
nutrketed In new. clean packages they
cannot fail to uttrnct attention, anil
command good prices.
They worn sitting close together 1c
He I gave you that parrot as a
birthday preaent, did I not. Matilda?
She— Yea, but aurely, Albert, yoti
arc not going to apeak of your gifts a*
Ho— It waa young and could not
apeak at the time?
She— Yea. and It haa never been oul
of this parlor.
Ho— There are no otber young la
dlea In thin bouae?
She— No, there are not.
He—Then why— why. when I kissed
your photograph In the album while
waiting for you did that wretched bird
Imitate your voice and say: "Don’t dc ■ POTATO GATHERER IS HANDY
that, Charlie; pleaae don’t?” — Haiti j
Mechanism la Placed on Forward End
of Frame of Device— Conveyor
"Hello, George! I waa Juat talking
Wisconsin Is coming to the front ns
about you with Mlaa Van Peach. 3h*
aald aoine very flatterlug things about it potato state, and as a standardized
variety potato stnte that uses |**dl-
"Sho’s a dear, sweet girl, and ah« greed seed It leads them nil. Naturally.
thinks a lot of me more than 1 really I sit a to Interests are receiving the at
desorve. I'm sure. What did she say?’
tention o f Inventors more or less In
” 1 hate to tell you; I'm afraid It will
that stnte. Here we ure showing n
make you awfully conceited.”
drawing o f a recent patent o f a po-
“ Oh. curoo on. Be a good fellow.”
"W ell, if you Insist. She said shr
thought you were half-witted."
Cruelty of the Modern Mother.
Mrs. Jones, down in Maine, war
much perturbed by a missive she re I
celved from her sister In Boston.
''Jacob," said she to her husband, a»
she read. "I call this downright cruel.’ |
"W hat's the matter?" asked Jacob
"W hy. In this letter. Mary tells m*
she gets help in raisin' her children
from a mothers' club. I do believe It
a slipper sometimes, an' a good birch
In' don't do a child any harm, but )
never used any club on my offspring!" tato gatherer by u I.oulsburg (Wts.)
The gathering mechanism Is
pluced In the forward end of the frame
that Is pivoted on a wheeled axle, a
conveyor for carrying the potatoes
C au u d by Dttease of the Kidney«. buck to the rear from the gntherlng
mechanism being also curried.
The close connection which exists frame carries fingers o f unequnl
between tho heart and the kidneys is length, placed successively long and
well known nowadays.
As soon as short, and directed forward over the
kidneys are diseased, arterial tension is conveyor.
A second conveyor Is
increased and the heart functions are mounted on the frame above the first
attacked. When the kidneys no longer one, the upper one carrying transverse
poor forth waste, nrcmic poisoning
fake hnrs.— Funning Business.
occurs and the person dies, and thy
Cause is often given as heart disease, or
Fix Up Cow L o t
disease of brain or lungs.
It is a good insurance Against such a
Nobody likes to wnlk about In mud
risk to send 10 cents for a sample and tilth while caring for cnttle. With
package of "A m ir ic " — the latest dis n little work nnd small expense th**
covery of Dr. I'icrce.
Also send a cow lot enn be made u better place to
sample of your water.
This will be
examined withont charge by export go Into.
chemists nt Dr. Pierce’s Invalids’ Hotel,
Manure Applied In Garden.
Buffalo. N. Y. When you suffer from
backache, frequent or scanty urine,
Barnyard manure Is good for the
rheumntic pain» here or there, or that garden If applied nt the right time,
constant tired, worn-out feeling, it's but there nre times when Its appli
time to write Dr. Pierce, describe your cation Is harmful.
symptoms and get his medical opinion
without charge— absolutely free. This when applied
r Annric" o f Doctor Pierce’s is found planting, cannot be thoroughly Incor
to be 37 times more active than lithia, porated with the soil. As n result the
for it dissolves uric acid in the system land Is hard to work and the ground
as hot water does sugar.
Is loose Instead o f compact. Fresh
Himply ask for Dr. I ’ierco’s Anurio manure also Induces n rank growth of
Tablets. Thera can be no imitation. stem nnd leaf, and, as a result of these
Every package of " Aiiurio” is sure to
factors, the yield o f most vegetables
be Dr. Pierco’a. You will find the signa
ture on the package hist as yon do on is greatly reduced.
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
Feeding Hogs In the Field.
for blood and stomach.
A cornfield with rape either In the
W ORRY, D E S P O N D E N C Y .
field or along one side nnd alfalfa or
Kidney Disease Is suspected by medical
men when patients complain of backache clover patch on the other side Is the
yr suffer with Irregular urination, dis most Idenl combination Imnglnnhle for
tu rb !, t«»» frequent, scanty or painful feeding hogs In the field. In the ab
passage. The general symptoms am rheu sence of complete supplement o f this
matic pains or neuralgia, headaches,
liz/y spoils, Irritability, despondency, kind put In a self-feeder nnd keep
weakness and general misery. Worry tnnknge or ment meal In It. The pigs
is a frequent cause and sometimes a will eat what they need nnd enn use to
lymptom of kidney disease. Thousand*
bavo testlllid to fimnediato relief from advantage, nnd no more.
these symptoms after using lit. 1 'itrce’s
The Duck Quarter«.
About eight square feet o f housing
should be allowed each duck, or 40
P. N. U.
No. 48. 1010
duck« to a pen 24 by 15 fe e t
EVERY FARM NEEDS W 0 0 Ö L 0 T
If Nature Has Not Provided One, Plant
One— It Is Not Difficult and
W ill Pay Wall.
flty W J M O K it ll.L C o lo r»«* Agricul
tural College, F ort Collins, Colo >
A permanent woodiot Is an essential
part of a well-organized farm. In the
valleys and along the
streams In the plains, nature has pro
vided these woodlota. In many places,
however, the farmer must plant and
raise Jit* woodiot.
The woodiot Is convenient In pro
viding fuel, posts, nnd wood for re
pairs. It may also serve as u wind
break, ami for shelter for stock. On
light soils or on steep slopes the trees
will bind the soil, to prevent erosion.
A woodiot needs proper protection
W. L. DOUGLAS
“ THE SHOE TH A T HOLDS I T * S H A P E ”
$ 3 .0 0
$ 3 .5 0
$ 4 .0 0
$ 4 .5 0
$ 5 .0 0
S a v e M o n e y b y W ea trin g W .
D o u g in s
sh o e s. F o r sa le b y o v e r 9 0 0 0 s lio e d e a le r s .
T h e Beet K n o w n S h o e s in th e W o r ld .
. L. Douglas name and the retail price ■ stamped on the bot
tom of all shoes at the factory T h e value is guaranteed and
A & V S S lm
the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. Th e
recoil prices are the same everywhere. T hey cost no m o o in San
Francisco than they do in N ew York. T hey are always worth the
price peid for them.
"Tlse quality of W. L. Douglas product b guaranteed by more
1 than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart
stylet ate the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America.
n*ey arc made in a wefi-eouipped factory at Brockton, Mast.,
by die highest paid, skilled inoemoken, under the direction and
supervsion of experienced men, all working with an honest
determination to make the best shoes for the price that money
A s k y e a r th e e d e a le r fo r W . L_ O o u g la a shoes. I f h r r e n
net supply yon w ith the k in d ydti w ant, tak e no o th er
snake. W r i t « fo r I n t e r ..t in « bo o k le t . s a l a l n l o e h o w tn
wrl s h o e , a f t b . h ig h est sta n d a rd o f q u a lity fo r the price,
by retu rn cumil, po stage free.
Best is ths WoriS
$ 3.00 $ 2 5 0 * $ 2.00
P r e a id . n t O
L O O K F O R W . L D o u g las
and th e retail price
TREES SHIPPED ANYWHERE--FREIGHT PAID
Binali orders as well asahitr
Ornamentals. Fruit T r e « . Etc. Hardy and guaranteed.
I5.HII Orders Last Year.
la r g e s t Nursery betwrAi Roclo«» and Cascades. Mth Year.
t u n a t e n shut S et WuUi
Cod WnUr; (Mb Fra»
WA SHI NGT ON NURSERY CO.
Mexican Army Promotion«.
Second Growth White Oak.
from stock and fire, and Intelligent
thinnings. A fter pluntlng nnd culti
vation during a few years. If the
woodiot Is o f artificial origin, the
work expended on It und the harvest
ing o f Its crops may be done In the
winter, when other work Is not press
Besides the direct value of a wood-
lot In furnishing wood und shelter. In
esthetic value In Improving the u|>-
peurunce o f the funn nnd in furnish
ing recreutlon Is of considerable Im
portance In muklng life more worth
living. Incidentally the well-kept, prop
erly loeuted woodiot adds selling value
to the farm out of all proportions to
the cost of establishing or tending the
FORMALIN TO RELIEVE BLOAT
Promising Results Secured in Experi
ments Conducted by Experts at
Experiments conducted nt the Ken- ;
tueky station with formaldehyde ns a
treatment for cnttle badly affected
with bloat caused by eating too much
succulent clover or alfalfa lias given
very promising results.
One-half ounce of formnlln In one
quart of water makes the proper solu- I
tlon for treating bloated anlmuls.
A fter administering the remedy, n
block o f wood Is pluced In the animal's
mouth to allow the better escape of
the gas. In nil the cases tried the
cows were In normal condition 20 to
25 minutes after the formnlln solution
was given, even when the animals
were badly bloated nnd In a dangerous
condition. Formalin Is n trade iiume
for a 40 per cent solution o f formalde
hyde, nnd can be secured at any drug
Draft of Farm Machinery.
It I r estimated that where farm mn-
chlnery ts not kept properly lubricated
the draft Is Increased 20 per cent.
Which Is cheaper—n fifth more horse
nnd tractor power, or a little good
The excited customer rushed into
the little chemist's shop.
"G ive me twopennyworth of tpecao-
uanha, quick, and charge it up on our
Here you are.
WTiose bill does it go on?” •
"I live at the Rhododendron, Laurel
“ Yes, sir. Name?”
“ H. Cholmondeley-Marjoribanks.”
“ Here, take the bloomin' stuff as a
gift. Think I ’m going to waste ink
and paper in writing ipecacuanha,
Marjoribanks for twopence?”
For three hours the American con
sul in a Mexican town had been sit
ting in the hotel dining room. At
length the proprietor came to him.
“ Pardon, sir,” he said, with a low
bow, "were you waiting for anything.”
“ Yes,” replied the consul. "Y ester
day I told Ferdinand, your head wait
er, that I would dine here at 6 o’clock.
It's 9 o'clock tnd he hasn’t appeared
y e t”
"Ferdinand Joined the army early
today," the proprietor informed him.
" If the senor"-----
"Gone, has he. The scoundrel! Why
didn’t he let me know he was going?" I
Where Ignorance Was Biiss.
“ More respect, please, signor," pro- i
Mrs. Parvenu ran an eager eye over
tested the Mexican, with dignity.
"Ferdinand has won steady promo the Tatler’s report of the dinner party.
tion and Is now a general.”— Philadel Presently she came to this:
Parvenu attracted universal attention
by the gaucheries so characteristic of
the noveau riche.”
Pensions for Re-married W idow s.
“ My! A in’t that a lovely complF
The ramarrinl widows ( i f now » widow) o f Civil ! m ent!” she exclaimed ecstatically.—
W ar Union soldiers, sailors and marines may now
secur- pension on the service o f the first (Civil Boston Transcript
W ar) husband. Fee fixed by law and contingent
upon success. Over 15 years experience.
“ What have you there, professor "'*
As the Colonel Sees IL
“ A tube full of deadly germs.”
“ I hope you are net thinking of let
Hot weather note from the Louis
ting them ou t”
"No, indeed. I ’ve been experiment
“ Physicians say the present hot
spell is not causing many prostrations ing with these germs so long that I
because persons have become accli feel attached to each one.”— Birming
mated. It is said that the only real ham Age-Herald.
objection to the infernal regions is |
that life there is painful until one i
Father— So you want to marry my
daughter, do you. young man*
Young man— Yes, sir.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are the
Father— H-h-h-hhm. Can you sup
original little liver pills put up 40 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels. port a family?
Young man— How many are there
of you, sir?
A Painless Argument.
“ As everything belongs to the ani
mal kingdom, can you tell me, W illie,
“ W hy do you insist of reviving the-
what 1 am?”
"Oh. yes'm. You're a cat; ma says i “ It relieves my present cares.
so."— Baltimore American.
Neithef of them is running for office/*"
— Washington Star.
" I suppose you couldn’t tell me why
W ill Wilson take that cottage
a banana is like a wedding guest’ ”
A t Long Branch next season? No.
“ Oh, yes. I can. It is always ready
to throw the slipper when the paring At least we hear he is after
A Villa in Mexico.
comes off.” — Baltimore American.
! l Whitman Co.. Washington. D. C.
How many people, crippled and lame from rheutnatism»
owe their condition to neglected or incorrect treatment!
It is the exact combination of pure Norwegian Cod Liver
O il with glycerine and hypophosphites as contained in
Care of Celery Plants.
Keep celery plants well cultivated
nnd manured. Bank them with earth,
tile, boards or paper.
On the large egg farms the Leg
horns nre kept until they nre two years
old. Their carcasses at that time com
mand a ready sale, hut do not bring
much money on account o f their light
For winter laying April nnd
May hatched stock Is best.
Green Stuff for Chicks.
Feed finely cut lettuce, onion tops, or
other green stuff If the chicks cannot
he allowed to run on grass, for they
must have something o f this kind to
keep the bowels working properly.
Guard Against Disease.
The Inrger the hog runs, the more
nlfnlfn. rape or other forage crops the
hogs have to graze on, the less will
he the tendency of the herd to develop
The Flock Increase.
Sheep reproduce their kind very
From n few ewes nnd one
desirable ram enough lambs enn soon
he raised to stock a fnrm or a ranch
with considerable acreage.
that has made Scott's famous for relieving rheuma
tism when other treatments have utterly failed.
If you are a rheumatj§m sufferer, or feel its first
symptoms, start on S c o t t ' s Emulsion at once.
IT MAY BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
Scott A B o w s ., B loom field. N. J.
A trinity o f evils, closely al ied, that afflict
most people, and which follow one on the
other, in the order named, until the last one
is spread through the system, leading to
many evils. But their course can be checked.
It is o f great value when used promptly for a cold, usu
ally checking it and overcoming it in a few days.
Ample evidence has proved that it is even o f more value in over-
coming chronic catarrh, dispelling tbe inflammatory conditions, enabling
the diseased membranes to perform their natural functions, and toning
up the entire system.
The experience o f thousands is a safe guide to what it may be ex-
pccted to do for you.
Liquid or tablet«—both tested by the public and approved.
THE PERUNA CO M PANY,
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