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'^?Mystery of Cliff-Dwellers.
By piecing out and studying disin
terred relicts and fragmentary tradi
tions of the Pueblov Indians, Profes
ser Edgar L. Hewitt, president'of the
School of American Archeology, whp|
* spent several years excavating near
Santa Fe, N. M., believes he has ob
tained cities through which scientific]
investigators will ultimately clear the
mystery of the deserted cliff dwell
ings. The inscriptions on stone which
Professor Hewitt has found indicate,
he says, that the ancestors of the
.present Pueblo flourished about . a
thousand years ago. Then the desert
began drying up, and to avoid famine,
, the dense population of the extensive
cliff caves deserted their homes, leavr,
ing so few traces that their life his-'
tory became a mystery for modern
science. Wandering afar, Professor.
Hewitt believes they mixed with a
lower order of savages nearer L thc
coast and lost their identity.*
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(From the Philadelphia Inquirer.)
1 My . husband is troubled with a
is -cars. What would
buzzing poise in his
you advise?" )
you advise?" "I should advise him
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1 two." "?ut he can't get away!"
"Then yon go!" , , So. 41-'09.
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. **My three year old son and heir, after
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the kid admitted that he bad eaten the
contents of the entire box spread on the
crackers, lt cured him of a bad cold and
' J don't know what else." ,
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tics a pay-as-you-cnter proposition."
CHILDREN 3HOWED TV
Effect of Their Wann Drink hi tho
.A-year ago I was a wreck from
codee drinking anti was on the point
of irving up my position in the school
"I was telling a friend about it and
she said, 'We ?..ck nothing at meal
time but Postum, and it is such a
comfort to have something we can en
joy drinking with the children/
"I .was astonished that she would
allow the children to drink any kind
of coffee, but she said I^)stum was the
most healthful drink in the world for
children as well as for older ones, and
that the condition of both the chil
dren and adults showed that ti be a
"My first trial was a failure. The
cook bolled it four or five minutes,
and it tasted so flat that I was in de
spair, but determined to give it one
mon? trial. This time we followed
the directions and boiled lt fifteen
minutes after the boiling began. It
was a decided succeus and I was com
pletely won by its rich, delicious fla
vor. In a short time I noticed a de
cided improvement in my condition,
and kept growing better and better
month after month-, until now I am
perfectly healthy, and do my work In
the school room with ease and pleas
ure. I would not return to the nerve
destroying regular coffee for any
Read the famous little "Health
Classic," "The Road to Wellvllle," In
pkgs. "There's Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
.one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, trae, sand full of haman
Many a vicious horse has been
etarted on his bad career by not be
ing properly handled when young.
Even if a colt is naturally of a bad
disposition he can be easily managed
while under six months old. When
he once is taught that man is his kind
master the first step in his training
has been successfully accomplished.
Farmers' Home Journal.
fiour Cherries For Profit.
My early plantings of cherries were
of both sweet and sour varieties, but
I would be much, better off in money
if I had set out nothing but the sour
kinds like the Richmond. Such kinds
bear very young and seldom fail of a
good crop. If starting again. I would
plant nothing- but Richmond, Mont
morency and Morrello,,which keep up
the season from early, to late and sup
ply sure crops of marketable cherries
which net more per tree than other
kinds, taking one year with another.
After five years I reckon the income
of an acre would be eight or ten per
cent, on $500. Cherries require less
cultivation and pruning than other
tree fruits, producing as well in sod
land of good fertility as elsewhere.
The fertilizer most needed seems to
be potash. ' I plant them on high, dry
land. They do well in poultry yards.
-W. B. W" Bristol County, Mass.
*It is doubtful whether unlimited
pasture may be consider?d econom
ical, except ' perhapr for brood sows.
The proper amount of land to give
over to pasture must necessarily vary
according to its quality and other lo
cal considerations, and the length of
time the pasture will sustain hogs
likewise is dependent upon the cli
mate, quality of the crop, age and
number of the animals and other va
rying conditions. For an average It
may be said that an acre of red clover
should support six to ten hogs for
three or four months. Alfalfa, the
leading pasture plant for- swine,
should provide, if of vigorous growth,
for twelve to twenty-five animals per
acre, but an alfalfa stand should not
be grazed by so many hogs that mow
ing will not be necessary for keeping
it in the. best condition. /The practice
with alfalfa should be to pasture few
er hogs than will be able to keep back
a rank or woody growth.-From Co
burn's "Swine in America."
Success With Sheep.
The sire and the dam are the b^asis
of the flock, but-the lamb-is the basis,']
of the sheep.
Without the lamb there would be l
no sheep and consequently no profit j
in the sheep breeding business:
Thus it ... readily understood how
very important lt is that every lamb
born in the flock be'kept alive and
grown into a salable animal, whether
as a mutton lamb or a mature sheep.
This principle of flock management
must be thoroughly impressed on the,
mind, and every feature of lamb rais
ing be carefully studied so that this
period be approached with every
thing in readiness to save the'lambs.
The sheep raiser whof does not
count each lamb as it comes into the
world worth its price at weaning time
should go into some other business.
With the lamb a constant growth
is desirable, so it is quite Important
that it be liberally supplied at the
outset, and that this" be kept up if
one would succeed as a cheep raiser.
-G. W. H., in the Farmers' Home
Jealousy in Agriculture.
Jealousy, narrow mindedness and
lack of charity on the part of farmers
toward one another are some of the
most serious setbacks to agricultural
progress. The farmer, penned in by
the comparative isolation of farm
Ufo, lives in a little world-of his own.
Ho has to work out his own problems,
clo his own work and reap the bene
fits of his own efforts. Farming is
a one-man business. It is not surpris
ing, therefore, that ? farmer should
get pretty well settled . Ideas as *to
farming methods in general and his
own in particular. It is sometimes
hard for him to see the other fellow's
pofnt of view, or to concede any point
with which he does not agree. . j
One farmer may have made a great j
success at dairying. He sometimes
concludes there is no money in any
other business, and thct all other men
should follow his footsteps to suc
cess. Another may have failed at
the dairy business because he did not
not have the qualifications of careful
ness that make dairymen. However,
he may be a successful cattle, sheep
or hog feeder. Consequently "the
milky way" is a snare and a delusion.
Still another may be a poultry en
thusiast, or he may be successful in
growing seed grain. Every one re
spects the farmer who has the pluck, I
thc energy and '"get up and get" j j
about him which brings . success "in
his particular line.- But there is j
room for all. There is no. use insist- j
lng on a man's'doing anything he
doesn't want to do. If we tend strict
ly to our own business, but be sure
to make that business a success, the j
other fellow will not be slow In fol- ;
lowing the example if he sees any- |
thing in, lt.-Practical Farmer.
Ten,Commandments of Agriculture, j (
Dr. Samuel A. Knapp, of the Uni
ted States Department of Agricul
ture, has evolved ten rules that he
calls "Thc Ten Commandments pf
Agriculture," for thc succ?ssful cul
tivation- of the soil. ' '
The agricultural decalogue is set
forth in thc following:
1. Prepare a, deep and thoroughly
pulverized seed bed, well drained;
ireak in the fall to the depth of eight,
en or twelve inches, according to the I (
toil, with implements that vin not 11
bring the subsoil to the Surf eco (the
foregoing depths should'be" reached
2. Use seed of the*bent variety, in?
telligertly selected arid carefully
3. In cultivated crops, give the
rows and the plants * in' the rows a
space suited to the.plant the soil and
the climate. '
4. Use intensive tillage during the
growing of the crops.
5. Secure a high content'pf humus
in the soil by the use bf legumes,
barnyard manure, farm refuse and
6. Carry out ? systematic crop ro
tation with-a winter cover crop on
7. Accomplish more work in a day
by using more horse power and bet
.8. Increase the farm stock to the
extent of utilizing all the waste pro
ducts and idle land of the farm'.
9. Produce all the food required
for the men and animals oh the farm.
10. Keep an account of each farm
product, in order to k*now:from what
the gain or loss arises.--Indianapolis
News. . ' ', .
Nitrogen Capturing* Plants.
Nitrogen for agricultural fertiliza
tion is worth from fifteen to twenty
cents a pound, wholesale, so that
when it is known that at. the Michigan
Agricultural Experiment Station, on
average ground, cowpe?s yielded 139
pounds of nitrogen per acre and soy
beans 113 pounds, all captured from
the air, .the money'val?ii of the le
gume to the farmer mar he appre
ciated.- Compilations mad e at the De
partment of Agriculture from various
sources show that; cured hay pf the
various-legumes contains from forty
to fifty pounds pf nitrogen, to tne ton.
Land which wjir produce, therefore,
two tons to the acre of cured clover
or other leguminous hay, yields eigh
ty to 100 pounds of nitrogen, and the
beBt way to.realize this $15 or $20 of
fertilizing wealth is to fi ed. the hay
right on the farm, converting it into
manure and at the same tl: ne securing
in addition its full , forage value.
Barnyard manure epntaiu? from sev
enty-five to' ninety per cent, pf the
total fertilizing substance :in the feeds
used? depending upon the handling
of the manure.
. Hundreds of exact tests have been
made by the Department of Agricul
ture and the State Experiment Sta
tions to show th?-value of the legume
as a fertilizer. In addition to adding
nitrogen to. the soil it supplies humus
and improvee the mechaniiial texture.
These two features are also accoriff
pllshed by plowing under or feeding
such green crops as rye, Duckwheat,
etc, but th?se crops piit.nc thing back
Into the-soil, that, they, have not taken
put of it. . .
A dangerous, parasite or many of
the cereal plants Is the fungus that
produces in the grain or head what is
knowji as .smut. ' There are several
well known, kinds bf smut, each of
which is caused by a distinct species
Df the fungus.
The greatest foes from smuts in
this country is from the "Btinklng
smut of wheat and the' loo; e smut of
oats. A considerable loss ls also due
to the loose smut of barley and wheat,
which are more difficult to control
and prevent. They are widely dis
tributed, and though .they occur usu
ally in small quantities th e damage
[n the aggregate is large. They often
are entirely unnoticed or. account of
their earliness and -the absence of
any conspicuous sigh bf them at har
vest time.. ; . / '
The stinking smut of wheat trans
forms only th?j Kernels lato smut
balls, which do*not break until the
wheat is threshed, and ofte:n romain
Intact in the threshed grain. The
loose smuts of barley, "on the other
band, early discharge their spores,
which are blown off by th? wind as
soon a* the smutted head comes out
af the leaf sheath; they infect the
plant in the flowering stage and enter
the embryo inside the ovary before
the latter ripens into seed. An in
fected seed develops a smutted plant
the following year.
The most successful method thus
far found for preventing; th<me smuts
is a hot w^a.ter tre?tment 'of the seed.
This treatment is described in Bureau
3f Plant Industry Bulletin 3.52, enti
tled "The Loose Smuts of Barley and
Wheat," recently issue by the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. The bul
letin is a report of recent researches
into the life histories of these smuts
ind the determination of methods for
:heir prevention, and is intended for
seed growers -and scientific farmers,
-Weekly Witness. *
An account of the closing exercises
jf the Jewish Theologic?l flemlnary
3f America, published in the Hebrew
Standard, contains this reference to
the valedictorian: "As I listened to
als oratorical flights I was seized with
i feeling of awe and wonderment no
esser in degree than that elicited by
witnessing Count Zeppelin':! aerial
lights, both of them being phenome
ial manifestations of the power of
:he mind in triumphantly surmount
ng all obstacles." Quoting this trib
lte, a rival paper adds: "Let us hope
hat it was not the quantity of gas
vbioh suggested the comparison."
""Isn't Jack a good fisherman?"
"No, and he never will be."
"He has no imagination."
American Autos in Europe.
Last year 500 American motor
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u tour. .- *
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Kentucky's Biggest Cornfield.
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unrelieved by any other crop-no hay,
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corn, and then more corn. It is esti
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tract this year, and this in spite of
the fact that the farmers were scared
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water, and for a time were not quite
sure whether the high water would let
them raise any corn.-From the Louis
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To steal a kiss is natural. To buy
one is stupid. Two girls kissing is a
waste of time. To kiss one's sister is
proper. To kiss one's wife is an obli
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gallantry. To kiss on aid, faded wo
mon is devotion. To kiss a young,
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MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNEC
Established 21 years. TIic OM cm. .nom H
In ibo >on i h. Tuition reasonable: board che
TELEGRAPHY. TYPEWRITING A RAILRO
and LADIES. Open year round. Students ca
mont; Instruction thorough and practical. C
service. Diplomas awarded. Graduates GUA1
$45 to St35 per month; rapid promotion: ste
Telegraphers. Telegraphy ls the only trade
today for our 1909 handsomely illustrated
ulars about Telegraphy and our School and
tho BEST, lt is FREE and will bc malled pron
it. It will encourage and Inspire you.
SOUTHERN SCHOOL Of Ti
.hot- dye. One 10c package colors all fl bo rs. They d
or free booklet-How to Pro. Bleach and Xix Colors.
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color?
. 'REMOVES DANDRUFF AMD SCURF
Invigorates art: prevents the bair from fal I ip.; eff,
For Salo tty Oruitjista, Or Sent Dlr? rt by
XANTHINE CO., Richmond, Virginia
?rle? SI Far Sot ?a; ?ampia Bo::)? 35 c Sana) (or Circular'
CHILDHOOD'S BUGBEAR BANISHED"
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bar dUlloctlr what lc mei ot, 'roubla*
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Remaren nil swelling la fltOSi
davys ; effects s perms:test CBEfl)
In 30 to oodsys. TrlsltreattsVHat
given free. Nothlngau be iaJxaff
Write Dr. H. H. Breon 'is Soas.,
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Pl PE-VALVES FITTING AND
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS.
LOMBARD IRON W0RKS,AUGQDASTA
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when wrltlnc .% d veril ?er?, and Ix?
baying Articles advertised lu ihr??
columns takeoaly its? G KN ll UK und
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Advice to ?matenrs.
Scott spent a part of one summer ia
the country, and hence was an author
ity on agricultural . matters. "lue
milking a cow," he wrote his iriendsr
"always sit on the side furthers,
from the critter, and nearest the soft
spot in the pasture."
NEW STRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S
Women who suffer with backache,
bearing down pain, dizziness and that .
constant dull, tired feeling, will find'
comfort in the advice of Mrs. James
T. Wright, of 519
ton, Md., who saysr
"My back was in avery
bad way, and when
not painful was so
weak it felt as,if bro
ken. ? friend urged
me to try Doan's? "
Kidney Pills, which I
did, and they helped
me from the start. It made me feet
like a new woman, and soon ? was '
doing my work the same as evtir."
Remember the name-Doan'6. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fos
ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Running No Risk.
"Wot ye want wit' dat telescope, .
Dusty?" "So dat I kin look fer
work at a safe distance.'1
' 'My father has been a sufferer fro m s?cfc.
headache for the last twenty-five rei irs andi
never found any relief until he began.
taking your Cascarets. Since he nae*
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the headache. They have entirely cured
him. Cascarets do what you recommend"
them to do. I will give you the privil?ge
of using his name."-E. M. Dickson,
ii2o R?siner St., W. Indianapolis Indi.
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Do Good. Novar Slcken.tWeaien or G is>e_
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The Surest Remedy i
known-the one that has beca
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Thia remedy bas been successfully
used for 79 years, and ?as a-way s j
produced the desired results. Thou
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Sold by All Leading Druggists
25c. per boUlt
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uo matter bow "exposed," kept from iiaMnr Ul?
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ie or In feed. Acta on the blood and expels g mat
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gives everything- I/>c?l agents wanted. La.-get*
! remedy In existence-rwelvo years,
lists ind BccteriologJsts, Qoahon, Ind., u. fl.. A.
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:ESSARY. Price. 25 Cenrs. Pruggisfs [
tellable uni B'st Telegraph Scliool
ap: town healthful arti uloasarit. We teach
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