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BEGINS WAR ON
with the white plague, a war of which I
lieves the disease can be stamped out in
Mr. Patten was prompted to take up
death of his brother, and later his son
all business and devote himself and his
battle which he has taken up. lie decl
great wealth for the benefit of the com
great thing in life."
Mr. Patten has given a liberal donati
the Young Men's Christian Association ai
given a public park to Evanston and ii
appials from widows and orphans, the p
One of the best parliamentary tac
ticians in the United States senate Is
William Joel Stone, of Missouri. Hie is
a veteran in legislative experience,
having sat in the house from 1885 to
1891. Then he was elected governor
of his state and in 1903 was sent to
the Federal senate.
Senator Stone is an uncompromising
Democrat and believes that his party
will be successful in the next presi
dential campaign. llowever, lie be
iteved the same thing in 1900, when he
zmanaged Bryan's campaign.
The senator is one of the most pict
u1resque figures in congress. lie is n'mx
feet in height, is as slender ind
straight as a poplar, and we4?:s dress
characteristic of hinimelf. .'liis face
is wrinhled, his skixj' somewhat
like parchment, his sp/dech, when he is
cali and without exditement, slow and
-deliberative. But -when stirred by an
ger or emotion, 'lis words flow with
the daSh and fvi'ry of a mountain torrei
n s ionally stronig.
- ,.I hope (o( will wither my hands,'
hCArtm41n 'iIe flanies of hell before I (i:
may eaV:'ame."' lie was ant the timie def<
hope t hat Kinag (Ogorge wouldl oipen the Ir
when !Nrelandt, reconciled, would bec'omie
E'nglanid has been slow to see this, a
OgnlizAed it. Ireland, owlig to its disaffe(
tenm of misgoverntmen t, has long beenm t
- ~the turnming of the dlisa ffectIOn ito 10oyait
Although p)ast his 80th birthday,.
General Thomas L. James, onice post1
master of Newv York andl postmaster
general of the nation uinder Garfield
and Arthur, recently married his
fourth wifo. The bride is Mrs. F'lor
once Gaffney, of Rochester.
General James was born in Utica
in 1831 and served his apprenticeship
as a printer. After serving his ap
- prenticeship he published a WVhig er
* gun at llamilton, N. Y., and took an
active part in opposition to the Knowv
Nothing movement, in 1861 he en
tered the customs service and in 1872
.was appointed postmaster of New
York by President Grant, Later lie
became postmaster general adid soon
after the assassination of President
Garfld became president of the Lin
6 coln National bank, ils invest iga
tions while postmaster general re
sulted in the "star route" trials and in
ten months of administration lie
saved the government $2,000,000,
General James' first wife was Emnil
year after her death, which ocdurred in
widow of Dr. E. R. Barden, of Aiken, S.
bis third wife, Miss Edith Colbourne,
tnVember she died at General James' beau
With the same energy which marked
ils operations in grain, cotton and
inance, James A. Patten, the Chicago
niulti-nillionaire, has set about the dis
ursement of his wealth in financing
he biggest war on disease that has
ver been known In the history of the
rorld. Illis daring speculations, which
ttracted wide attention a few years
go, won for him a fortune estimated
t $20,000,000. With this fortune or a
trge part of it, Mr. Patten now pro
oses to carry on a personal campaign
f social service. During the past six
ionths he has donated $2,000,000 for
uch charities and public works as ap
cal to him
He has given Northwestern Univer.
ity $500,000 as a basis on which to
egin medical research into the pre
ention and cure of tuberculosis. and
,ill increase this sum to $2,000,000 as
aist as the money is needed. Other
1illions will be devoted to battling
e will take personal charge. He be.
a few years.
this great fight for humanity by the
who succumbed. He will abandon
immense fortune exclusively to the
ares that "a man should dispose of
munity, social service being the one
on to the Frances Juvenile Home, to
id to the Evanston Hospital. He has
is responded to almost Innumerable
aor and distressed.
m OF MISSOURI
it. On such occasions his words are
he declared one time, "and burn my
ihonor any Post to which my people
mudinlg himself against the attacks of
4D HOME RULEJ
Assurances, the sincerity of which
here is no doubting, were recently
iven by Premier Asquith in the house
f commons that a full measure of self.
overnment would be granted to Ire
ad, after the veto power of the
louse of LordR had been dealt with.
n replying to the statement John Red
iond, leader of the Irish Nationalists,
'reclaimed his willingness to accept
ho government measure as a full set.
lement of Ireland's claims and said
hat with this con,cession of national
ustice Ireland would acknowledge E~n
land's king as the ruler of lrelnndl.
I lithierto the Nationalists have con
ented to accept whatever England
ranted as a step toward final sep~ara
lon, but the irish leader, in indorsing
te prime minister's statement of the
leasure of home rule to be granted,
stonished his hearers by aplaitudin-g
de autonomy granted to South Africat
y King IEdward and exp~ressing the
ish parliamtent andl so hasten the day
loyal unit of the British empire.
though other countries long ago ree
tion, which was due to a wvoeful sys
he weakest spot In the empire, and
y to the crown is a prudlent measure
y Ida Freeburn, of Hamilton, and a
1895, he married her sister, Jeane,
C. At the of '73 the general married
>f Stratford-on-Avon, Eng. Last No
tIrn1 home at meghmand N. '3,
TWO VARIETIES OF BINDWEED
One Is Perennial and Other Annual,
Latter Quite Common in Grain
There are two troublesome weeds
known by the name bindweed, one be.
ing annual the other perennial. The
annual is quite common in grain fields.
where it twines around the growing
stalks. The perennial sort has finer
stems but winds around the stems of
other plants in much the same way
as the annual. The flower3 of the
perennial are small, about one inch
across, white or rose colored. A pe
culiarity is that careless cultivation in
creases the trouble by carrying the
roots from place to place. If the
patches. when first discovered, are left
without cultivation for a time then
ploughed shallow and harrowed fre
quently the weed may be kept in
Where there are small patches con
venient to buildings, one of the best
ways Is to seed down to grass as
quickly as possible, and then pasture
with sheep or hogs. In fact, in deal
Ing with this, as with other weeds,
one of the most effective ways is to
keep the land as rish as possible, then
seed down heavily to grass, and not
pasture too closely. This is the easiest
way to get rid of most weeds.
TIMOTHY AND RED TOP HAY
Grass Should Be cut for Market Be
fore Seed Ripens-Excellent for
All Young Stock.
Timothy should he cut for market
before the seed ripens. F~armer-s usu
ally get their wheat hauled into the
bar-n before commencing to cut tim
othy as the wheat is the more valu
able crop, and should be hauled in be
fore the gr-ain is damaged by heavy
When timothy is fully ripe, a good
plan is to cut as soon as the dleW is
off In the morning, rake upl in the aft
ernoon and rack and the next day haul
in or stack in the field. With a full
force of hands this is the best and
cheapest way, the hay is cut, cured and
stacked beforeo it becomes so dry as
to break in the handling of it. The
side delivery hay rake, the rake load
er and the hay for-k in the hands of
comphetent men make quick wvork. Red
top makes a slow gr-owth at first and
ripens the latter part of July. It is
Well to have a field of red top for win
ter feed. 'rhis grass thrives best upon
low damp) meadow land. If plenty of
seed is sown, it will drive out almost
all weedls andl grasses, and the land if
deep1 au'd rich will give a heavy yield
of fine excellent hay, which all stock
are very fond.
'rThe tImothy and red top meadowvs
shouldl not be pastured unless the see
andc growth is luxurant.
If possible the second growvth clover
ihould he cut for .9eed, or for hay. The
Becondl gt-owth of clover will make
torses slobber in mid-winter-, but the
bay is excellent for cows, sheep and
Soil inoculation, said Dr. Jordan,
Nas its place, bitt will net cover any
itts of cultivation, fertilization, etc.
[n the absence of the requtired special
toil bacteria it will mend the soil en
virontment so that certain plants wvill
iave a chance to thrive. All station
work should 1)e something more than
lust skimmed over the surface to
nake sonme sot of show. Stations are
liable to pay too mutch attention to
rariety tests and to tests of methods
tlpplicable more or less to local con
lilions. IHitching's orchard methods
nay be profitable in one place and utt.
erly worthless in another. Station
torticulture should deal with general
yrinciples. In plant breeding we want
tomething more than simply now varn
uties, a field that may' be left for pri
Never drill strong fertilizer, like
sheep or poultry manutro in the
rows next to the seed. Hetter plan
to work it into the ground before
planting or in the rows just after the
plants appear and not close enough so
t will tomh .
MAKES A OOD CORNER POS1
One Shown in illustration is Easily
Made and Quite Inexpensive
Won't Harm Stock.
(Ily (iiARLIDS M. CRANDALL.)
To miiake a substantial corner post
take another post. notching upright
post near the top and set the other
post at an angle with the top against
main post, and the lower end against
ground. then use a wire from bottom
of main post to far end of slanting
post and twist saine up tight, setting
end of slanting post on a rock to keep
it from sinking into the ground. If a
tock isn't convenient a heavy piece of
A Good Corner Post.
board will do. Wires at a corner Is a
menace to stock, whereas a post can
be seen and will do no harm if the
animals run into it.
BUDDING IS DELICATE WORK
Operation Requires Much Care fos
Success and Should Be Done Be.
fore Bark Sticks to Tree.
The operation of budding must be
done carefully to succeed. Use very
shar) knife, cut out the bud witb
a sh!eld of bark at least an inch
long and there should be a little
wood under the bud. The incision
in the stock must be carefully made
that the cut bark is not bruised.'
After this bud is placed, the op
eration may all fail from improper
tying. The raila for tying should be
wet tirst, then dried over night, draw
tightly covering all the shield, but not
the bud. Tie with double knot. After
two weeks this string must be cut and
removed, but at the same time the up
per end the shield must be retied. The
upper end unites with stock slowly
and ofte.t loosens and rolls back. This
means failure, so that the second
tying is needed to get a good stand ol
buds. This work is done in July and
August always before the bark sticks
to the tree, while it is loose and easily
NEW GERMAN PLOW POPULAR
One-Share Balance implement Chiefly
Used for Plowing Along Hillside
to Keep Furrows Even.
The one-share balance plow. showi
in this illustration, is of German make
and is chiefly used for plowing along
Plows in Either Direction.
hillsides, so that all furrows are turned
over in one direction, either upwards
or downwards. In many districts of
Germany, where farming is carried or
along scientific lines, this plow is alsc
used on level land in order to avoid
the leav ing of open or division fur,
Mixed varieties of corn Is a bad,
Disk stubble to a uniform depth und
not too dleep.
The so-called Canada thIstle is a na
tive of Europe.
Disk stubble when ground is moi
on the surface.
'rile should be straight, cylindrical
and wvell burned.
Cowpeas and~ sorghum sown to
gether constitute an almost ideal bal
Do not follow potatoes with pota
toes. The soil should be slightly acid,
mellow, deeply plowed.
If the machinery wvas wintered in
the field It will be more difficult toc
get it ready for thIs season's work.
Transplanting young plants toc
early in the season is often the rea
son that they act like dwarfs by be
ing slow in starting to grow.
The cowpoa, when mixed with corn
makes good silage, and we have very)
little doubt that the muixturo wvith kaf
fir corn would make an excellent crop.
Although sunflower seed is a good
feed, the crop is not extensively grown
--probably because it is so hard to
harvest and the yield is not so great
as that of corn.
The farm team and the work oxe.
should have extra care, shelter, well.
lighted and aired stables that are
kept clean. Give a good thick bed of
straw at night.
Dandelions may be kcilled in the
lawn by .spraying with an iron sul
phate solution made by dissolnfi
two pounds of iron sulphate to earli
rnunln of water.
In Letter Written From Chadbourn
N. C., She Makes a Full State
ment Regarding Her Case.
Chadbourn, N. 0.-In a letter fromn
this place, Mrs. M. D. McPherson
says: "I suffered five years with aw
ful pains. They grew worse, till I
would often faint. I could not walk
at all, for twro or three days at a time,
and had an awful hurting in my side,
and headache, and backache. I could
not do anything.
I gave up, and thought I would,die,
but my husband said, 'Let's try Car
duI.' So I began and the first bottle
helped me, and I could do my cooking,
and by the time the third bottle was
used, I could do all my work.
The Cardul home treatmoent will do
more than you recommend it to do.
All the people around said I would
die, but thanks to Cardui, I was re
Cardui is composed of gentle-acting,
herb ingredients. Its action is mild
and natural, and it has no bad after
effects, us have many of the powerful
drugs sometimes recommended.
No other medicine or tonic has ex
actly the same results as Cardu.
No other has the record of 50 years
of successful treatment of cases of
womanly weakness and disease.
Suppose you try it.
. B.-Write to Lades' Advrmor
Dept., Chattnooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Ten., for Special Instruetions
and 04-page book. "ome Treatment
for wVomen," ment In plain wrapper, on
When the new family moves in next
door the old boy and the new boy
climb up on the fence to get acquaint
ed, and it is done as follows:
"What's your name?"
"None of your business-what's
"None <g your business. You are
"So are you."
"Don't talk back to me."
"And don't you to me!"
"i'm an awful fighter when I'm
"And I'm aofuller than you are!"
"i've got a dog."
"And I've got a goat."
"And five minutes later they are
STONE IN BLADDER REMOVED
IN REMARKABLE WAY
A year and a half ago I was taken with
a severe attack of kidney trouble that
pained me to such an extent that mor
phine had to be given me. Was attended
by a doctor who pronounced it as stone
in the bladder anA prescribed Lithia
WXater. I took Lithia Water and tablets
for some time and received no relief from
them. I stopped taking medicines for some
time and having somec Dr. Kilmner's
Swamp-Root in the house, I decidedi to
try it and felt much relievecd; wihile taking
the second bottle mmnenced to pass
gravel in urine until I had passed in all
at least a half a dozen oi' snore andI have
not suffered the slightest since and in all
have taken one bottle and a half and feel
very grateful to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
HI. W. SPINKS.
Camp Hill, Ala.
Personally appeared before me this
I8th of August, 1909, H. W. Spinks, who
subscribed the above statement and made
oath that same is true in substance and
A. B. LEE,
r,.ur e.Notary Public.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamn
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle, It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper.
For sale at aH drug stores. Price fifty
cents and one-dollar.
Teacher-Now, Tommy, suppose a
mnan gave you $100 to keep for him
and then died, wvhat would you (10?
Would you pray for him?
Tommy-No, sir; but I would pray
for another like him.-The IUited
Important to Mothors
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the --
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Pletcher's Castoria
First and Second Choice.
Uncle-Johnny, wouldn't you like
to be an angel?
Johnny-Not as long as there's a
show for me to become a baseball
pitcher or a circus clown.
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Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Trdubles, Capuidinie will relieve you.
It's iHquid-pieasant to take-acts immedl
ately. Tfry it. 10c., 25o., and 50 cents at drug
How can a man expect his wife to
be interested in business when half
the time he doesn't know the color
of her last new dress?
Constipation. causes and reriously aggra
t'ates many diseases. It is thorough'ly curedl
by Dr. Pie'.e's Pellets. Tiny sugar-coated
Some people seem to make a spe
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CLASS In DOOR
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Instead of Liquid
100,000 people last year used
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The new toilet germicide powder to be.
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For all toilet and hygienic uses it is
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To save and beautify the
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stroy disease germs, and
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To remove nicotine from the teeth and
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To eradicate perspiration and body
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enable the dyspeptic to eat whatever he
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the nex t60 cays i p one l-lb featl r bed no oe
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ac abere o ii. Ordertody. Mlrder, hve
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21 E. Alabarna Si., Atlanta, Os.
People now engaged in the press
ing business to send us their dye..
ing and dry cleaning to be returned
ready for pressing. Write us for
prices. WE CLEAN, PRESS and
DYE everything worn by men and
women; also household goods. We
pay express charges one way on
orders over $2.00.
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