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SHOWY AND HARDY PERENNIAL
Anthemis Kelwayl Blooms Freely#
Flowers Being Dalsy-Like and
of Rich Golden Color.
A snowy and beautiful hardy peren
11ial blooming the first season, and du
ring the summer months for many
Years afterward, Is Anthemis tinc
toria Kelwayi. The plants are easily
started from seeds, grow a foot high
and bloom freely, the flowers being
]Daisy-like, two Inches across, and of
a rich, golden color. A big plat of
this elegant flower was in bloom at
one of the seed gardens at Erfurt,
Germany, when the editor was there,
and it was a sheet of gold, gorgeous
This flower lke 'asunny exposure
and rich po f l. The seedlings
may be ra ed in a window-box, hot
bed r ga den bed, and transplanted
when larg -enough, setting the plants
eight Inch es apart each way. They
will thus cover the ground, and be
COm a g .orous mass of flowers. Even
ah c( e Is beautiful, being of grace=
an egantly cut or fringed,
says P rk' lral M\agazine. The On=
graving repre ents a plant in full
bloom, and will fford ~a good idea
of Its foliage and flowers. The seeds
mbe otainedom andyspaneu
etnchdeale apt c perack. T
ill thwascoeh groundadmnd btoe
wo are fornd ms of e flowers. Ee
Pievet Buiseuieing en Pace-b
To p entyuit or fringbrsed
sayse holder~ a beenzinvenTe en
grainh prsonis mad plan vingl
ot flagcity ofleoler The seedst
thye obtasine of oppngthan fru-t
tany desaner aycns the packetit
eialys reatl adiren thollsea
whoc ae fodrawgldn toafloes.dps
Prevnsownsing Whted iceb byra
Show y eas Operatin.A ba
Tmontevent fth from passes thruse
hsled picke, awhrich iits ith flex
| b. Byoldng has beevinvpward, the
whiwh rovisio is draige obarying
ofthe csy of adinropping thesfruitct
Exerint s smade in the iensra
tiln, straweripceories arentlre air
ofetter fowne opean oll grown bit
matted maywbe drovide thcoed matted
tonshon i dotdnesot hbyl oean
ng leer onneced fut oew ha
-jw bymas ovfen atire fferent
montd o te ad cutuasesthogh
a slotedyoe wimits its aurc
;tth yoke esn inresinglts ompawh
nxreo rets toathe atl sthem.nu
GROWING bF SUMMER APPLES'
Department of Agrioulture Makes
Study of Industry in Middle
On nearly every farm summer ap-1
p)es have had a place since very early
days, and varieties have been develop
ed extending the sease'i of apple pro.
duction over the entire summer, as
well as autumn. While as a rule this
fruit has been grown for family con.
sumption, the surplus has found its
way to- market. The marked decline
in the production of peaches within
the past few years has brought about a
considerable extension of the early
apple industry' on a commercial scale,
which extension has been most mark.
ed in the middle Atlantic states, where
especially advantageous transporta.
tion routes, both rail and water, and
the proximity of large markets have
stimulated the enterprise, which has
its center in the truck-producing re
gion near Philadelphia. The United
States department of agriculture, as a
result of this extension, has made a
study of the early apple industry, with
the middle Atlantic states as a field,
and published the information collect
ed in a bulletin entitled "Summer Ap.
P1es in the Middle Atlantic States," is.
sued by the bureau of plant industry.
This bulletin is a compendium of in
formation covering all phases of the
(uestion of early apple production, in
cluding soils, climate, culture, picking,
packing, marketing, etc. Numerous
varieties are described, and seasons
and other data conveniently presented
in tabular form.
MAKING NOVEL BIRD HOUSES
Qommon Garden Flower Pot May Be
Used by Enlarging Opening at
A novel use of the common garden
flower Pot may be made by enlarging
the small opening at the bottom with a'
Pair of pliers, and carefully breaking
Pot Fastened to the Board.
the clay away until the opening is
large enough to admit a small bird.
Place the pot bottom side up on a
boardi that is three inches wider than.
the diameter of the largest pot used
and fasten it to the board with wood
cleats and brass screws. Fit the
clcats to the sides of the l)ot as close
as possible, writes WVilliam F. Stocker
of Massachusetts in the Popular Me
chanics. One or more po0ts may be
used, as shown in the. sketch.
The board on which the pots are
fastened is nailed or screwed to a post
or p~ole 10 or 12 feet in height. The
board is braced wvith lath or similar
strips of wood, making a framework
suitable for a roost. In designing the
roost, -,he lath can be arranged to
make it quite attractive, or the braces
may be twigs and branches of a tree to
make a rustle effect.
Dehorning makes o1(1 trees become'
A strawberry plant is naturally an
Not everyone who farms has a good
Intelligent pruning is also very nec
essary to raising fruit.
The first wvarm days of spring give
gardeners an inspiration for flowers.
In general, the best results are ob
tained from spraying applications
made in cloudy weather.
Spraying is at least half of fruit
growing as wecll as a good part of
gardlening and truck farming.
Pruning the farm orchard is a
knotty problem to the beginner; in
fact the older heads are bothered.
Be sure to spray the trees from all
sides and cover every portion from
the ground to the ends1 of the
For currants make ground rich~ by
liberal use of barnyard manure and
commercial fertilizer, hayvlng plenty
As to the spraying of the farm or
chard, there is no question but what
it will pay and the more thorough you
are, the bettor the results.
Tiho ooz.ing out of the Sal) from
cherry and~ peach~ trees, forming dr1op~s
or. lumps of gum, arises from a (118
ealsed condiltion of the trees.
ilurry tup the grafting, if not (lone
last month. A paste of cow manure
and clay, hound on to a partially.
girdled tree truink, will often save thme
Pruning should be an annual affair,
and the hest time to (10 it is late in
the winter or just before the buds
open. It should begin when the tree
is first plasted.
Mrs. Fannin, of Lizzie, Who Used to
Be Diny, Takes Cardui and Is
Now Able to Keep Busy.
Lizzie, Ky.-"For the last nine
years," writes Mrs. Dlaud Fannin, of
this place, "I suffered with womanly
troubles. My head swam, and I had
dizzy spells. I could not sit up all
day at a time, and I could not rest at
night. I had given up all hopes of
Until I began the Cardul treatment,
( never found any medicine that would
help me. Now, I can go all day and
never get wearied. I can sleep well,
and I feel like a different person. I
praise your medicine to all, for I
think it is the best on earth."
All ailing women need Cardul, as a
gentle, refreshing tonic, and benefl
cial, curativo. medicine, especially
adapted to their peculiar ailments.
For fifty years, Cardul has been re
lieving pain and distress caused by
womanly troubles, so it will surely
It goes to the spot, reaches the trou
ble, relieves the symptoms and drives
away the cause.
If YOU suffer from any symptoms of
womanly trouble, take Cardui and get
ell. Your druggist will recommend
Try Cardui today.
N. B.--Write to: JLadies' Advisory
Dept., Chattnnooga Medlelne Co.. Chnt
(:nnoogn, Tenn.. for SperIn] InstructionH,
nnd 04 pinge book, "Homite Trentment for
Women," sent In plnin wrapper, on re
Dici-That is Mrs. Gabber. She fell
downstairs and bit her tongue in two.
Harry-I feel sorry for her husband.
She was a terror when sho had only
CURED 14 YEARS.
Remarkable Recovery From Serious
Jacob See, 199 Prince St., Newark,
N. J., says: "I suffered until I thought
I would be better dead. I was in con
stant pain, incapacitat
ed for work and could
not sleep. The urine
- passed too freely and I
was obliged to arise
many times at night. I
T was growing gradually
-. A/ worse. Nothing helped
mec and then I began
with Doan's Kidney Pills and was
cured. This took place fourteen years
ago and I have had no trouble since."
Remember the name---Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Eve or Eva?
The first show that little Willie
ever attendied was "Uncle Tonm's Cab
ini." When ho returnedl home after
the laIy papa asked him how he liked
the show. Willie said it was awvfui
"Now, Willie, if you will ho a good
boy. I will take you to one next week,"
Little Willie andl papa sat dlown in
the orchestra circle. Willie seemed
go enjoy the play very much. Whlen
they returnedl home Willie's mamma
asked -him how~ he liked the show?
Willie replied: "It, is a lot nicer than
the first one I went to. WVhat do you
timnk, mamma? All the little Evas
hiad on union sulits."-Judlge.
A Significant Selection,
"That was a mighty inconaiderate
brass band that serenaded mc on elec
tion night," remnarkedi the dlefeatedl
member of congress.
"What was the trouble?"
"It dildn't play anything but HTome,
rour drugzlt w Isrf utno:Nmony Pt l''.INT
bing orsProtrding n'lsb t 14,as 61.
What sculpture is to a block of
marble, education is to a human soul.
Iteh Cured In 3o Minuteu by Woolford1'&
SanitaryLotion.Never falls. A t druggists.
Some women are good to look at, but
(bad to be tied to.
Boeuao of thai
FRENCH BEAN COFFEE,
1 CENT A POUND
It will grow in your own garden.
Ripening here in Wisconsin in 90
days. Splendid health coffee and cost
ing to grow about one cent a pound.
A great rarity; a healthful drink.
Send us today 15 cents in stamps
and we will mail you package above
coffee seed with full directions and
our mammoth seed and plant cata
log free. Or send us 31 cents and we
add 10 packages elegant flower and
unsurpassublo vegetable seeds, suffi
cient to grow bushels of vegetables
and flowers. Or make your remittance
40 cents and we add to all of above 10
packages of wonderful farm seed spe
cialties and novelties. John A. Salzor
Seed Co., 182 S. 8th St., La Crosse, Wis.
Work and Marriage. '
In the New York courts receAtly a
girl, aged 17, on being told by her
mother that she was old enough to
go to work, replied: "Work, I will
not; I prefer to miarry." Whereupon
she was married before night to a
young man earning $8 per week.
That i of a piece with the reasoning
of another girl who, being interro
gated by a friend, "Where are you
working now, Mamie?" answered
pronptly, "I ain't working; I'm mar
Down With 'Em.
Young Lord Fairfax, in a brilliant
after-dinner slee!clh at the club house
in Tuxedo, praised women.
"Down with the milsogymist," said
Lord Fairfax. "Down with the cyni
cal type of male brute who says with
the Cornish fisherman:
"'Wininen's like pilchards. 'When
'en's bad 'em's bad. and when 'em's
good, em's only middlin'.'"
Free Blood Cure.
If you have pimples, ogfensive eruptions,
old sores, cancer, itching, seratcling
eczema, suppurating swellings, bone painus,
hot, skin, or if your blood is thin or im
pure, then Blotanic Blood lm ( B.ll.Jt.)
will lical every sore, stop all itching and
make the blood pure and rich. Cures after
all ehe fails. $1.00 per large bottle at
drug stores. Sanple free by writing Blooc
Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga., Department 1.
The Lady and the Hobble.
"Do you think the hobble gown will
remain long in vogue?"
"If it ddesn't you can cast it aside."
"Yes; but I hate to waste time
learning to hobble."--Suburban Life.
No Ilaekache or Kidney iin.
If yu have pinis int tie back, nrinary. d
0or idnetuy I toublet, dtizz4iness a lat lk of cne'rgy,
try Mother Gray's Aromalic-Leal, theP 1leasan11t,
herb remedv. ltieleves h'iendn tervousness,
dizzinless and oss .of sleep. As a syste -n regu.
lator it has no equal. At druigists or by tmil,
fine. Ask toda:y. Sample lViEE. Address, Ti
aiother Gray Co.. LeRoy, N. Y.
Squire Durnitt-We're goin' to have
a newspaper in Lonelyville.
Uncle Welby Gosh (of Drearyhurst)
-Where are ye goin' to git it printed?
TO DRIVE OUT MIALA1IIA
ANJD itt;ll .1 t'i' TillE SY8TII
T1ake tie Otd Standardii Uv i(.'s'TAST.KLass
CitlILL T1ON 10. You kno1w what you atro taking.
Th'ni fo~rmui a is l, dyn printt'd (Il overy boi~ttle
showing it, Is intyii~I lInfhinO and1 Iron In a Iaste
iless formn. 'The Quiino drive's out, the 11* maaria
andlu the Iron bulis up' lthe syste4mi. sold by nui
delioss for 80 years. P'rtco CD0 cents.
Take This to Heart.
Sonme men work hardetr trying to
get out of dloing a thing titan it would
take them to do it.-1xchange.
For IEADA0EIE-Gcikn9 CAPUJI>INE
Whether fromt Coldis, tl'ent, Mttmnhi, or
Nervous 'Troubles, Capine 35wilt relIteve you.
It's1 tlquidt-pleasat tol tak e -ata immi-t~
atety 'Try it. 10e., 21e , and 5t0 cents at, drug
The entire object of trute education
is to make 1)001)1 not merely .(do the
right thing, but enjoy the right thing.
Fore Throat is no trifling ailment. It
will sometimesq carry infection to the en
tire system through the food you eat.
Ulamlins Wiz.ardl Oil cures Sotre TLhroat.
A mind content both crown and
kingdom is.-Rtobert Greene.
- think ye
sion or trade
tite, and iay
your nerves al
bition to forge alt
might as well put
you will. Dr. P:
-make you a diffecre
,1 to work. It wiil
I your appetite will
If thtere is any tend(
it wiii keep that
sumption hLis aim<
lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleedir
cure in 98 per cent. of all cases. It is
of Buffalo, N. Y., whtoso advice is gloen
great success has comte from his wide
Don't be wheedled by a penny-gral
tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, rect
Pierce's medicines are oF KNOWN COMI
on their wrappers. Made from roe
forming drugs. World's Dispentsry MI
A Terrible End.
''le met with a hard't death.''
"Ilow was that?"
"Suffocated by his own hot air it
Tfaylor's Checrokee Remiedy of Sweet Gumt
i ad Mulalent is Ntu re's gratI remedy
Cures ('oughs, (Cold.,(Crouap and WhoopJiJing
Cough and all thbro a andl liung troubales. At
druggists, 25c, 50~e andl $1.00 per bottle.
People seldom imiprove whten they
have no modlel but themselves to copy
so Ugly, rizzly, gray hairs. Use "'I.
The Point of View.
This is a true story. A certain belle
was present at a certain Chopin recital.
During the "Marolh Funebre," her oyes
glistened and her whole attitude of
rapt attention was as it the music had
entranced her very soul. Her whole
face was expressive of admiration and
intense interest. When the pianist
had finished, the escort of Miss "Bolle,
turned to her and said: "How beau.
tifull" To which she replied: "Yes,
indeed; doesn't it fit her exquisitely in
the back? How much do you suppose
it cost In Paris?"
Scoundrel's Last Refuge.
Patriotisra is the last refuge of a
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take JAXATIVU IIHOMO Quinine Tablet&.
kertfists refund money if it tas to cure. A. w.
ou 35E'ssignature Is on each box. 25o.
Modesty is to merit as shades to fig
ures in a picture; giving it strength
Garfield Tea has brought good health to
thousandel Unequaled for constipation.
The reward of a thing well done is
to have done it.-Emerson.
ALCOH-OL-3 PER CENT
Lt egetabe Preparation for As
Ssimitating the Food an~dRegula
j tIing the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Containisneither
'>Opium,.Morphine nor Mineral
Rreap o/'Old DrASW'IPfl#&R
oA perfec t Remedy for Conslipa.
'IZ tion,. Sour S tomach,Diarrhoea,
Sness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fac Similec Signature of
Trt CIswrAun C OMPANY..
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Str.e ro u p i ye pr
- - . bIP llIalerms fro aotb
oe t. ..o o o r.. . .
e'au~e. andl(I ures'. ' lipeai
It SPCOHN3 PE CN.CT
The Easler Way.
"Your wife and you soem to get
along so beautIfully together. D~on't
you ever have any differences of opin
"Oh, yes, every day, but I don't let
her flnd it out.."
Mrs. Winrlow'S Soothing Ryrup for Children
teetIng.lOftens the gumn, redues (t(in inn it
tiona, atllayis pain, cures wind colle, 25e a bottle.
It is more disgraceful to istrust
' than to be0 deceiv'ed.-I--tochefoucauld.
)o You Feel This Way?
feel all tired out ? Do you sometimes
u just can't work away at your profes
any longer ? Do you have a poor apc
awake at nights unable to sleep ? Aro
gone, and your stomach too ? Has am
end in the world left you ? If so, you
a stop to your misery. You can do it if
erce's Golden Medical Discovery will
nt individual. It will set your lazy liver
set things right in your stomach, and
come back. It will purif'y your blood.
cncy in your family toward consumption,
iread destroyer away. Even after con
>t gained a foothold in the form of a
lg at the lungs, it will bring about a
a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
free to all who wish to write him. His
sxperience and varied practice.
>bing dealer into taking inferior substi
>mmended to be ''just as good." Dr.
OSITION. Their every ingredient printed
ta without alcohol. Contain no habit
edical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
W. L. DOU
WV. I.. Douglas~ sthaons cost moatre to maake
be'causo haighecr grzado loaath~ors are utsedl ad
at,44ed to hioll their lhlatpo, look tad fit ba
thani anly other shaoas you can huy.
07DE WRE OFUD8T ITU
The genuine have W. L. Douglas ri
Price stamped on the bottom, which gu
and protects the wearer against high pric
REFU8E SUD8TITUT ESOLAIMED To0a
for .ci Orlr( 'la ~ 4(1 .4 ala 'Irfrrafa
prepaldi. W. L . Douwglas, 14. 1spaar k
P o mr*saannana m
Will .purify your blood, cleat
your complexion, restore your
appetite, relieve your tired feel
ing, build you up. Be sure tol
take it this spring.
('et it In- uunal liquid form or chocolated
tablets called 8areatabs. 100 Doves $1.
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