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Naming the Battleships.
With the Jaunching of the Utah we
have another Dreadnought, a fact
that should make those who have
been reading alarmist literature and
dreaming of invasion sleep a little
more comfortably o' nights, declares
?vi tte Boston Transcript. When the
Utah's sister ship, the Florida goes
into the water tho list of States
available for naming vessels of this
olass will be pretty near exhaustion.
It is proposed to make room for
Texas by changing the old Texas to
the Dallas. Thc paint brush has
made changes in the names of the
Bingle turreted monitors that leave .|
room for a few States to be repre
sented in battle ship nomenclature.
Yes, Sarah, it is unlawful in Texas
to eat poached game; but yon may
eat poached eggs if you have feathoi
ed your nest._So. ll-MO.
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FARMER IS IN GOOD FIX.
Pr?sidant Barrett of Farmers Union
Says Farmers Gan Get in Such a
Condition as to Sidestep All Future
Panics Simply by Making Cotton
Tieir Surplus or Cash Crop t-'
President Charles S. Barrett of the
Farmers' Union declares that the
Southern farmer has the greatest
pinch in all history aud that he can
become independent of all future
panics by making cotton a surplus or
cash wop and planting the remaind
er of their lands in other necessary
I crops. He says:
I "In the fall of 1907 we had finan
I cial stringency in this country, a
sort of near-panic, but near enough
bo embarrass thousands of Southern
business men. Do you remember
how it affects you?
"The way for members of the Far
mers' Union to kill the effect of future
panics, so far. as they are concerned,
is" to raise at home all the foodstuffs,
for man and beast, necessary to run
"The procedure is as plain as the
nose on your face and it is proven by
my own obesrvation and experience
and the observation and experience
af thousands of other farmers.
"In Campbell county, Georgia,
where I live, I know a farmer who
makes cotton simply as a surplus, a
sash crop. TH? rest of his land he
puts in grain and fodder and potatoes
and other vegetables. He doesn't for
get poultry and eggs, either.
Cotton a Cash Crop.
"This man sidestepped the panic
jf 1907. He never has to go hilo
iebt to the village merchant. He nev
?r has to consult the village mer
chant regarding how much or how
little cotton he shall plant. He raises
aogs and at the first touch of perma
nent cold weather he kills them. The
result is that when he sells his cot
;on nearly all of his proceeds are
profit, with a small amount he has to
rake out for dry goods or farm- im
"There are many thousands such
members of the Farmers' Union, but
aot enough by a jug full. Every mem
ber of the organization, every far
rier in the South for that matter,
night, in plain business self-interest,
:o produce enough to feed himself
and his family the year round, leav
ing cotton as a crop to give him
ready money, but no more impor
:ance than that.
"To raise all cotton and ignore
foodstuffs and grain is to go into debt,
in the majority of cases, to your mer
chant and to expose yourself to the
full blast of a panic should one come
"On the other hand, if you produce
sn your own acres the things need
ful to sustain life in yourself, your
.'amity and your employees, not forget
ting your stock, yon can absolutely
3efy the pinch of panic, be independ
ent of the merchant and the banker,
and be your master in the true sense.
Some Sensible Advice.
"Plant moderately in cotton, raise
jrour own food and the food for your
stock, and raise a wall against dis
aster for yourself and your family.
"This, year it locks like .you must
make the choice.
"In the cotton season just closing,
cotton; brought as a rule; high prices.
The crop was not large and the
world's demands were exorbitant.
"Under these conditions cotton
brought a good price. It will not
bring a. good price next fall if yon al
low yourself to be fooled by high
prices into planting a huge crop.
"One thing that is likely to de
cide even the smartest of farmers. He
reasons this way: 'I know ray neigh
bor is going to reduce his cotton
acreage, and plant foodstuffs. So I'll
plant tlie usual acreage and make a
pro?t off his cautiousness. '
"That way lies a tremendous crop
and uncertain prices next fall. Avoid
the temptaiion as you would disease
or dishonor. Plant conservatively in
Farmers Has a Cinch.
"Did you ever realize that the
Southern farmer has the greatest
'cinch' in all histor}-? In the first
place, providence has given him a
world-monopoly of cotton, the one
staple that is indispensable to civili
"The nations must have our cot
ton, and they get it from the South,
though they can secure their steel
and their wheat elsewhere.
"In addition, providence has so
constituted the Southern States so
that in every one of them the average
farmer can raise the food essential to
feed himself and bis family, with ab
solute disregard to the mercantile
"In any other section, in any oth
er country. I belive the people
would quickly have gotten on to this
monopoly and made themselves abso
"It is up to the Southern farmer to
make himself independent, to so
place himself that he can defy pan
ics and debt, and gradually accumu
late wealth, by diversification. Not
diversification one year or two years,
but every year."
Wise and Otherwise.
There are some who would rather
play second fiddle than not make any
noise at all.
The main reason a man is so ready
to give his opinion is because there is
no sale for it.
The best reports a boy ever brings
home from school are verbal ones de
signed by himself.
Sometimes it looks as if the bigger
fool a man is the more anxious he is
to be considered a wise guy.
The frenzied financier uses tbe
little suckers as bait to catch the big
Boiled alligator flesh tastes very
much like veal. It is much eaten in
London in monetary value, is worth
two and a half times as much at
Eighty-seven in every hundred
Canadian farmers own their own
Nothing pleases a woman mow
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handle in drawing a long nail. After
starting the nail out an inch or so,
just place a bit of wood under the
head of the hammer, raising it up say
an inch, and you can pull your nail
easily. So. 11-10.
Dear brother, when your wife asks
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ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
Bum all the old brush heaps now
and get rid of a thousand and one
I pests that have had their home there
j waiting for warm weather to bring
them into activity again.
Don't wait until the last minute to
polish up that rusty old plow, or to
get bolts, or to grind the mowing
machine knives. Preparatory licks in
time blaze the way to final success.
Delay is a dragging anchor.
Most folks throw away their felt
boots when holes come in the feet.
'Just cut the feet off and draw the
legs on above your shoes when you
I have a cold job to do. Those boots
have not outlived their usefulness
when the feet give way. Try it and
Pruning raspberries and black
berries: Cut out all canes that fruit
ed last season (should have been done
last fall); also all winter-killed canes.
Shorten remaining canes to three or
four feet, and cut off at least a third
of the long side shoots. Rake up and
burn all brush.
Formula for making the Bordeaux
mixture; Four pounds of sulphate of
copper, four pounds of quicklime,
fifty gallons of water. First, dissolve
the copper sulphate. The easiest,
quickest way to do this is to put the
copper sulphate in a cheese-cloth bag
and suspend the bag in a barrel part
ly filled with water. Next, slake the
lime in another recpetacle, aud strain
the milk of lime thus obtained into
the copper sulphate solution. Lastly,
add sufficient -"-nter to make fifty
gallons.-Fror rch Farm Journal.
WBAJS THE CSE
Sticking to a Habit When It Means
Old King Coffee knocks subjects
out tolerably flat at times, and there is
no possible doubt of what did lt. A
Mich, woman gives her experience:
"I used to have liver trouble near
ly all of the time and took medicine
which relieved me only for a little
while. Then every once in a while I
would be suddenly doubled up with
an awful agony in my stomach. It
seemed as though every time I took a
breath I would die. No one could
suffer any more and live.
"Finally I got down so sick with
catarrh of the stomach that I could
not turn over in bed, and my stomach
'did not digest even milk. The doctor
finally told me that If I did not give
up drinking coffee I would surely die,
but I felt I could not give it up.
i "However, Husband brought home
a package of Postum and it was made
strictly according to directions. It
was the only thing that would stay on
my stomach, and I soon got so I liked
it very much.
"Gradually I began to get better,
and week by week gained in strength
and health. Now I am in perfect con
dition, and I ara convinced that the
whole cause of my trouble was coffee
drinking, and my getting better was
due to leaving off coffee and taking
"A short time ago I tasted some
coffee and found, to my astonishment,
that I did not care anything about lt.
I never have to take medicine any
more. I hope you will use this letter
for the benefit of those suffering from
the poisonous effects of coffee."
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rea
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EVENTS TOLD TERSELY.
News From Everywhere Printed in
King Gustave, who recently under
went an operation for appendicitis,
has started for the Riviera to con
Mrs. U. W. Jackson, wife of a
wealthy citizen of Elect ni, Fla., was
burned lo death while fighting forest
fires near her home.
Regular troops will be thrown into
Philadelphia at the first infraction
of any Federal law by the strikers.
Compelled to resign her work as
school teacher because of ill health,
Miss Effie Simpson, 20 years old,
a member of a prominent family in
Georgia, shot and killed herself at
her home in Milledgeville.
A sharp earthquake shock was felt
in San Francisco. The motion was
long and slow. Telephone and tele
graph companies report that it was
felt in other parts of the State.
After falling into a vat filled with
tanning acid William Karcher was
ground to death in Newark, N. J.,
by the revolving steel ladles in the
leather manufacturing works of Blan
chard Brothers ond Lane.
The culmination of a romance be
gun years ago came when Col. Julius
A. De Lagnel, 84 years old, the last
of a distinguished Huguenot family
of Washington, aud Mrs. Josephine
C. Cowies, aged 74, also of a promi
nent family, were married by Rev.
Dr. Joseph T. Kelly. Both had been
A scolding by his woman teacher
was more i hau Guy Moses, 14 years
old, could endure and he killed him
1 self in Maple Hill, Tenn.
After five hours and a half of
hauling and tugging, the pilot boat
Florida towed into port a 00-foot
whale at Sabine, Tex.
David Alexander Munroe, assistant
editor of the North American Re
! view, died of a complication of
diseases, aged 79.
I Live hogs are selling at $10.50 a
i hundred pounds, which is the record
'price in Columbus, Ohio, since 1870.
Mrs. Helen M. Walter, the Chicago
j widow who sued Theodore A. Ryer
: son, a broker, to recover $50,000 for
alleged breach of promise, was award
ed $3,000 by the jury in the Su
preme Court in New York.
I The potters-field will be the last
resting place of a score of victims of
thc Great Northern Railroad ava
lanche at Wellington, Wash., the
coroner said. The bodies recovered
i are clad only in sleeping garments
or are nude and identification is al
I Annoyed by the barking of, a
farmer's dog, William Miller follow
ed the animal* for a mile along the
l tracks of the Baltimore and Ohio rail
? road and in a deep cut found a pile
of lies on the track, near Wheeling,
;W. Va., apparently placed there to
wreck a train. The New York and
Chicago Express No. 70 was due at
i the moment, but as the train was 30
minutes late Miller succeeded in
clearing the track before the train
I Lawlessness at Harveytown, W.
i Va., where a church was beaded
Sunday night and three persons
wounded by bullets fired through the
walls, was renewed. Two men were
arrested and brought to Huntington.
Col. Alexander Robert Chisolra.
formerly lieutenant colonel on the
staff of Gen. Beauregard of the
Armies of the Confederacy, died at.
his home in New York after an ill
ness of about a month.
A bill authorizing the construc
tion of a building in Wallington for
the Departments of State, Justice
and Commerce and Labor was passed
bv the Senate. The limit of cost is
.fixed at $12,000,000.
Matt Henson, lecturing in Syra
cuse, N. Y., on his trip lo the North
Pole with Commander Robert E.
Peary, expressed indignation at what
he termed Peary's "shabby treat
ment" of him since their return to
Mrs. "Jack" Cudahy, whose hus
band tied and cut Banker Jere F. I
Lillis in Kansas City, Mo., when the
latter was found Cn the Cudahy
home, says that she "has received a
scon of offers to go on the stage,
but had declined them all.
A Pacific Electric suburban car
was struck by a Salt Lake, Los An
geles & San Pedro train at Aliso
street, Los Angeles, Cal., 18 passen
gers were injured, several fatally.
Electors of the Southern Industrial
Educational Association met in Wash
ington, with delegates from auxil
iaries in New York, Baltimore and
Richmond. Dr. George E. Meyers,
of Washington, in an address to the
assemblage, pointed out the advan
tage of an industrial education, as
evidenced hy the great demand for
training of that kind in this city.
Thomas Nelson Page urged the need
of publicity regarr:ng the work of
the association. Four members were
elected to the board of trustees for
three year terms-Justice Seth Shep
pard, Mrs. Samuel Spencer, 0. C.
Calhoun and Dr. George E. Meyers.
Meeting in the narrow hall of a
house in Gainesville, Ga., both armed
with pistols, Robert Q. Thompson
shot and killed John Mason.
Four tons of eggs intended for use
in bakers' cakes and pies were taken
from a cold storage warehouse on
complaint of Dr. George H. Adams,
government food inspector, Boston,
Mass., and arc said lo constitute the
largest seizure of the kind ever made.
The eggs had been removed from
their shells and were contained in
It is understood that Theodore
Roosevelt will arrive in Vienna April
Thc body of T. C. Cunningham,
who disappeared, from his home at
Columbus, Ga., on January- 22. fol
lowing a fight willi two men in a
nearby beer saloon was found in the
Chattahoochee river. Although more
than $25 in cash was found in his
pockets, his relatives assert their be
lief that Cunningham was murdered
and will institute a thorough investi
SPRIN3 IS HERE.
Catkins on the -willow! .
Tassels on the larch!
Hush, did something whisper,
"This is blustery Marchi"
Streams that dance and ripple!
Skies that gleam and arch!
'Tis the month of promise.
Merry, noisy March. So.ll-'IO.
The Man For the Farm.
The ideal hired man on the farm
is one who farms because he is in
love with the work, and who studies
thc best methods of agriculture, both
.by observation and books and pa
pers, and who prefers the cleanly, or
derly and healthy occupation of farm
life to thc squalid and disturbing in
fluences of the city.
The hired man who receives from
f>30 to $40 per month and his board
Hie year around, is better off finan
cially and more often becomes .inde
pendent, than many city workmen
whose wages are three times as much.
Tiny Baby's Pitiful Case.
"Our baby when two months oin
was suffering with terrible eczema
from head to foot, all over her body.
The baby looked just like a skinned
rabbit. We were unable to put clothes
Dn her. At first lt seemed to be a few
mattered pimples. They would break
the skin and peel off, leaving the. un
derneath skin red a3 though it were
scalds. Then a few more pimples
would appear and spread all over the
body, leaving the baby all raw with
out skin from head to foot. On top
of her head there appeared a heavy
scab a quarter of an inch thick. It
was awful to see so small a baby look
as she did. Imagine! The doctor
was afraid to put his hands io the
child. We tried several doctors' rem
edies but all failed.
"Then we decided to try Cuticura.
By using the Cuticura Ointment we
softened the scab and it came off. Un
der this, where the real matter was,
by washing with the Cuticura Soap
and applying the Cuticura Ointment,
a new skin soon appeared. We also
gave baby four drops of the Cuticura
Resolvent three times daily. After
three days you could see the baby
gaining a little skin which would peel
off and heal underneath. Now the
baby ls four months old. She is a fine
picture of a fat little baby and all is
well. We only used one cake of Cuti
cura Soap, two boxes of Cuticura
Ointment and one bottle of Cuticura
Resolvent. If people would know
what Cuticura is there would be few
suffering with eczema. Mrs. Joseph
Kossmann, 7 St. John's Place, Ridge
wood Heights, L. I., N. Y., Apr. 30
and May 4, 1909."_
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"Why do you have those stout
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owner. "When they find they can't
cackle.they think they were mistaken
and lay another eT." So. 11-10.
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il remores Pimples, Blemishes, blackheads, etc. Try it
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lor Express, prepaid, Write for booklet on Sulphur.
idled very casll).'I lie sick are cured, and all others in
e, uo matter how "exposed," kept from having the
using SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CUK-. Give
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s of distemper. Dost remedy ever known for mares In
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loton, of druggists and harness dealers, or sen t express
tnufneturer.i. Cut shows how to poultice throats. Our
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iv WEAK ft] N FL AM |D EY?SM :
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AIR BUST GIN SYSTEM?
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quirements, and now we've got it.
Your name nnd ail-ire** on a pout card
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F, H. LUMMUS SONS CO., Columbus. Oz.
It INCH OFFICK AND SHOW ROOKS
307 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N C.
age In Brookside, 15 miles
f that three Italians nearly
! been sick 3 months. John
qu.ckEy-read letter below:
1 Brookside, Ala., May 4, IMS.
lnate caaea ol conUnued Malarial Fever. All
irds from my store. These cas.;s were of three
iK from 100 to KM. Tho doctors had tried every
o try Johnson's Tonic. I removed all tho print
plain bottle ns a recular prescription. The el
ermarjen?. They recovered rapidly and there
S. It, SHIFLETT.
& FEVER TONIC CQ., Savannah, Ca.'
NCE ON A TIME
Now Mrs. I. A. Decker of Clyde,
Ky., Says She is Well and
Happy, Through Tak
Clyde. Ky.-"I can safely recom
mend Cardui, thc woman's tonic, to
any lady who is in need of medicine."
writes Mrs. I. A. Decker, of this place.
"It has been very beneilcial to me
and I can say that there is nothing
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"For five years I was not able to d j
my work. Half of my time I spent <a
bcd. I suffered with female weakness
and took such nervous spells I could
not stand on my feet. I suffered with
my back and side, and fell off till I
became a skeleton.
"At last I took Cardui and now I
am well and happy and can do my
Cardui is prepared from the natura!
plant, not from mineral, synthetic.
compounds, and contains no coa! tar
products or other results of laboratory
Thc Cardui ingredients are import
ed at great expense directly from
abroad and have been used for nearly
half a century in the manufacture of
this famous tonic medicine for wom
Safe, reliable, prompt, yet gentle '*T
action by preventing unnecessary pain
and building up strength. Cardui has
shown itself a necessary remedy for
weak women. Try it.
N. B.-Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga,
Tenn., for Special Instructions, an? 64?
pa ii c book. "Home Treatment for Wo?,
men." sent in p!:iin wrapper, on request.
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Who loves a garden loves a green
Break up that cough with Allen's Lung
Bak um, th.? popular family remedy. Cures
where others fail. 25c, 50c. and ?1.00.
Eggs are eggs, of course; but some
are to be revered more than others,
because of their age._
Constipation causes many serious dis?
eases, lt is thoroughly cured by Dr.
Tierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative,
three for cathartic.
When a girl doubts if she is good
enough for the young man she is go
ing to marry it is a sign that she
docsn't know much about him.
A F.ithcr*? Worry.
Your poorweari d wi'e losing?leep nurs
ing thu little ouw suffering frotu that night
?Viid for children and horror to Darents,
cnour, should have a bettie of Taylor's
Cherokee Hemed; of Sweet Gum and Mul
lein, MI undoubted croup preventative RS
weil na famiiy eure for coughs, colds and
consumption. At druggists 25e. and 50c.
Never morning wore to evening but
some did break.
r?<r . Ol.ta and UUit*
Hick's CATCOIXE ls the best remedy-re
lieves the aching and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores r?rmal conditions. It's
liquid-effects immediately. ICc., 25c and 50"
at drug stores.
lored hy Womal
oaks of her
ins have be
c of conti
?wer or Dr.
5 WEAK WOnEN STRONG
S SICK WOMEN WELL.
ppenl was ever misdirected or her con?*
id when 6he wrote for advice, to
isPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Dr?
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d natural bowel movement ones a day.
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Foathen, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng,
Golden Scal,(Yc?ow Root), Mar Apple,
Wild Ginger, etc. We are dealer? I
established ia 1956-"Oer half a century in
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ageau cr commission merchin*. Reference,
any Bank in Louiiv3e. Writ* for weekly
pnce litt and .hipping ugi.
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227 F. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.