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T U B ILLUSTRATED F E A T U R E S E C T IO N — November 14. 19.11
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Ihr ordrr fur Ihr past 33 jr r r s Sealed n n i la lilm mi hl» Irfl I« Ihr lirrn tl Matron, Mr« Mary Srviiomb, New
l l j i t n Conn
By N IN A TEM PLE
U n c le Sam T e ac h in g V irg in Islan ders
H o w to Raise C a ttle a n d V e g e ta b le s
W ASH ING TO N. D C
plan of economic rehabilitation for
the V i f f In Islands has been put Into
rfTrct. according to Charles P Knos.
Jr . of the Commerce Department, in
un article In the current Issue of
"Commerce.** the organ of that de-
parti»ent. lie stys
Bunker cool Imports, almost wholly
ft um the United .States, have In-
( I » list'd substantially since 1927. and
during the last three years have been
valued at about puio oon annually.
"In the spring of 1931, the newly
cm t:un ¡red Bureau of Industry on the
“ I used to I k so nervous, tlic
least thinR would drive me
into a panic. I had d in y spells
and had to lie dow n often.
Since I took Lydia li. Pinkham ’s
VejtetahlcC àxnpuund. Heel (set
ter than I have at any time
since 1 was married. M y skin
used to l>c a sight hut now it is
clear. M y friends hardly know
me because 1 look so much Ivct-
Mn. R om Fipton, i u S
N . illid., O ak Park, Illinois.
98 out of 100 Women
Lydia E. Pinkham’s
R E P O R T U E M .I I I I ROM
W o m e n D o F i n e F a n c y W o r k , but O u t p u t it N o t S t e a d y or
S t a n d a r d i s e d . C r o p s G r o w t h e r e W h i l e it it W i n t e r in U . S .
island government was suorrssful In ^b le* to be sold In northern markets
forming a co-oprraUv# marketing as during the winter season
•oeiationg among the cattlemen, the
Ixmg Staple Cotton
object being to further promote ex-
* *n 1®2I. St Croix exported 31.000
POCU Ui Porto Biro The total value
of k,n* * * * ^
of rattle exprts has l u c r e s from *’" “ 1 1,011 worm' h o w r w - • lU r l‘ wl the
130 901 m the fiscal year 1934 »
to cro» » mnA ,or ,hr l,,,t lhr~ >r“ n' 110
195 067 In the fiscal year 1929-30
|cotton has been produced. Intensive
work to eradicate this pest Is at last
-There are 11.263 head of rattle In , ho. in„ m illu
v llh k l . ,,.w
the islands, of which 8.391 are on St
years St Croix will ugain produce
Croix. 2.278 on 8t 'Hvomas and I ¿83 long staple cotton
on Hi John 8t Croix has posturagr
“ T h * introduction of various kinds
of ntrtis fruit has provrn that fruit
nilrqualr to sustain a laiire ln r r «s r rulturr L, rlltlr,|y p ^ . b lr
In the number of rattle, and purebred land*, and exrry efTort Is being made
animals are being Introduced to lm- to have farmers net out fruit trees
prove the quality and slse of the herds ■’“ ‘ j
pmspejet of exportln, the
products to northern markets *
M m Porto mem Burint o ftn a ------- -
•teiuly and convenient outlet and un
der the new cattlemen's co-oprratjvc
it is expected that exports will show
a steady gain.
Charcoal for Fuel
"In the Virgin Islands charcoal I n
the principal fuel used for cooking
purposes, ami relatively large quan-
i titles are produced and con timed. The
| work incident to cutting the trees,
charring the wood and tra n s la tin g
Llir charcoal from one Island to an
other engages the services of quite a
I "The Island of 8t. John produces
practically all the charcoal used, and
from there It is transported to Ht
(Thomas and 8t Croix by small boats
The insular bureau of Industry has
succeeded In getting the charcoal pro
ducers to form a co-operative organi-
I ration which will promote sales In
both the domestic market and the j
8. E. BLEEDING GUM S Indicate
that something Is wT.ng, and it may
be the first stage of pyorrhea. It may
be due to a tartar accumulation on
the teeth, which should be removed.
Visit your dentist without delay.
G. S.: A L W A Y S BEGIN at the
crown of the head, brushing with a
slow downward motion Then brush
underneath until every strand has
been cleansed. Careful brushing done
nightly for five or ten minutes will
keep the hair glossy
G N : KEEP THE TEETH clean
and there will be less likelihood of
decay or gum infection. Two tooth
brushes for alternate use are a neces
sity— not a luxury Each brush should
be allowed to dry before bring used
r a js
« A B O U T five years ago I
A was In a very nervous
condition. I thought this con
dition was caused by consti
pation, as I felt very tired and
did not have a good appetite
or sleep well.
“ I read o f Thedford's Black-
Draught and decided to take
it. After I took one package.
I felt so much better that I
continued to take it until I
had taken six.
“ Now I am feeling much
better and my appetite is bet
ter, and I can sleep well at
night. I will gladly recom
mend T h e d f o r d ' s Black-
Draught to anybody."— Mrs.
Mary C u n n y i n g h a m . 309
Newell St., Anderson, S. C.
TTIr Old Ri liable Thedford’t
"One of the most promising of re- •
I cent developments In the organisation |
Milk will no. seorch If the dish or
I formed to direct and market the!
scxrrui imn pan m what-. .• r to i *- u. p.
rirnt Kiris »nd women In at Thomas I rms„ ,
in culd * ttUr before the milk
I The women of this Island have al- I ,
'ways produced fancy goods. partlcu- . P °urca ,l' ,° * ■
| lurly needlework and laces, of hlRh I
. . .
quality, ami beaut If ul baskets and nov-
cities of woven fibers
I T o k” 'P
for » «'"R
time, cut a circular piece out of a
"The difficulty heretofore has been
_ . .
. . _
In maintaining a standard quality of ‘,,,m>'kl" or
large enough to
work, and In guaranteeing steady pro- Insert thr hand
Clean out the In
With the new co-operative terlor
thoroughly. place rl|ie r rapes
orRant/atlon performing these reau-1 • Inside and replace the cover secure
lalory funrtloiui. the needlework aivd
handicraft Industries should become ly. Keep in a cool place.
• • •
I n d ic a t io n , B iu o u s m
one of the most Important on the Is
I f the sleeves are overcast Into a
"An export market for certain of arment, Instead ot basting, they can
the products has already been found .
DO T0V CX AVI LVOV I
and If the tourist traftle inereases 11 >» "»ore easily stitched in by the m a
' XX ptiT* r*A tllnf r t r t a U n f w h « t th* » U r « b ar*
In a (o r« for roa »Ira n VH KR w ltb b oi o f
ts expected that no particular dim- , chine,
1 47G K Y r i o A N X T I N C R MRS fa r $ '
«a n d
cully will be experienced in selllnR
lO r rx tra fo r m a tlla v cfwrta. G i r t Month anti
Wrap a rubber band around the ALL FOR THE CHILDREN— Mrs. U »t# of v o «r M rth No C . 0 . D . M a ll m onry
• n l«r or ca»h tn d aj !
bell of a clock to lessen the amount Laura Livingstone, known In theatri
LXO I OÌMAS
IT* • m i a it.. X. w. Wi aahiafioa, D. C.
"In addition to tile development of
• • •
cal rlrrles as ' Detroit Red," who
the Ind u strl« already mentioned, e f
Tie parcel lot.«, packages two or moans lullaby« and s h a k « a wicked
forts are being made to speed up thr
prngritn of agricultural diversification three times with separate pieces of kip in order to support her three chil ! AGENTS a ANTED in averv community to
rp pifk.n l ihc fa mo ua
H A IR
which was started some years ago cord Then tie knots where the cord!
]t)RE881N t. k..d other W avlne Tolict artiOra.
dren who attend Philadelphia public tVc
W illi the aid of the Ht. Croix agent of
n wonderful proporltlon to oflar.
W rite now .'art culars will b« aent wlt^out
the Department of Agriculture vege
» hook. She la with Irving Miller's obligation on your pari The Bovd M m u -
table crops are being Introduced with of cord breaks, the other will hold j
i faeturlna Co
a view or producing high-grade vrge- the package
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