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Carload of Aeroplanes.
Cincinnati, 0., Special.-The first
; shipment of aeroplanes via the South
ern Railway from the West and
what is believed to be the first freight
movement of this character in the
Swuth will be? the exhibit from the
j Wright Brothers' factory at Dayton,
0., which will be an attractive feature
of the Appalachian Exposition to be
held at Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12 to
. Tho machines to be displayed at
Knoxville by the Wright Brothers
will move from this city to Knoxville
over the lines of the C. N. 0. and T.
P.' and the Southern Railway ^and
while ^Southern traffic officials a??" not
expecting a steady movement of aero
planes in the immediate, future they
are takiner pleasure in the fact that
they will handle this car.
The Knoxville exposition will have
the distinction of being one of the
first to have a comprehensive display
of air riding craft.
Some people impress us as never
making-enemies because it's too much
You,can't flatter a homely woman
by telling her she is clever unless
she isn 't.
Half the people who are disap
pointed in love never realize it till
after they are married.
. The only time a man is reasonably
:,sure his wife will listen to him is
when he talks in his sleep.
Never nurse a disappointment un
less you are prepared to have it grow
and stay with you for life.
It seems as though women's styles
change so often merely to keep men's
noses down to the grindstone.
In a Pinch, Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
The Antiseptic Powder, to shake into votrr
nh oes. It rests the feet. Cures Corns, Bun
ions, Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching,
Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen s
Foot-Ease ranken new or tight ahoes easy.
Always use it to break in new shoes. Sam
ple : nxs. A. & Olmsted, Le Roy, M. Y.
Mud roads belcng to log cabin
days, and log. cabin days belong to
the past. So.-30-lO.
Dr. PierceVPleasai t Pellets cure eonsti
. paton. Constipation is the cause of niany
. diseases. Cure the cause and you ?ure the
disease. Essy to take.
Brains are as essential as money
and muscle in rofcd making.
Better. Than Quinine.
Strong testimony: "Hughes' Tonic'is the
beat chill tonic I ever tried. Better than
quinine." / Sold by Druggists-50c. and
$1.00 bottles. Prepared by Robinson-Pettet
Co. (Inc.), Louisville.
Chinese Business Honesty.
With duo resnect for others the
inaman is perhaps the most honor
able and v.nrlsht business man In the
world today. His business principles
are founded entirelv upon honesty,
and he adheres to his nc?cy with the
insistence of a leech. The chase after
dollars stops ii he has to resort to a
low trick to z?t them.. Of course, a
little thing like telling a falsehood
occasionally does not bother him so
much; but when it comes to plotting
and scheming to d=.traud some one
the task becomes distastefuf. The
equal, of the Japanese in Initiative and
foresight, he is much their superior
when integrity is concerned. A Jap
anese does not think twice before de
ciding to get the best of you. He cal.
ciliates that you are liable to change
your mind or get out of reach if he in
dulges in a little mental debate as to
tho .propriety of cheating you.-Thc
A POLICEMAN'S EXPERIENCE.
BalTered For Years From Chronic
Walter J. Stanton, 1139 Pear St,
Camden, N. J., say*:
bothered me for
fifteen years. If
1 stooped, sharp
twinges shot through
my back and lt was
hard for me to arise.
I was treated by sev
eral doctors, one a
specialist, but did
not receive relief.
Finally I began us
ing Doan's Kidney
Pilht and soon no
ticed an Improve
ment. I continued
until the trouble dis
name-Dc au's. For
sale by all dealers.
50 cents a box. Fos
ter Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
" Positively nothing but a single
rown lrft, sir," explained the hotel
clerk, ,:and the bed only jarge enough
for one person."
"Ach-so!" said the foreign geest.
"Vdl, I suppose ve'll haf to dake it
but I h?te to have my wife sleeb on
Automobiles have been driven over
Hie oi'.ed boulevards of C: lifornii
at a rale of 80 miles an hom wit1.ou*
doir.ig the slightest damage tc the sur
BT JOOS CL!
The glint o? a sail where
The circling gulls where th?
And the ocean's dread iu
The gleaming rock* when
The kelp that^is streaming
As the eddying tide begu
The grateful ahnde of a 1<
Which the salt wind stirs
The peace of a day that j
The blue, blue depths of
The tinted clouds that slow
To re&lms where the drei
? The Man Who Thought Hin
. Proved to Be t?
\*? . . .
(W. R. F?O SE," In CI ovo
The letter was inclosed in a stub
-Wait, Ezra," said the gentle voice
of the .farmer's wife. Til fetch a
knittin'. needle. Yeta1 might tear
"Some kind of advertising most
likely," the farmer answered. "Cure
for dyspepsia, mebby, or rubber
He took the long needle' his wife
handed him and carefully slit the
Tc's a lette*," he said, and turned
tthe missive over and stared at it
wonderingly. "Where's ray glasses,
"I hope it ain't bad.news," his wife
anxiously remarked, as she brought
the spectacle1, from the mantel.
He carefully drew the steel rim
over his nose and stared agiln at the
Tc's from New York," he said. He
suddenly looked nt the bottom of the
sheet "Well, what do you think of
this, mother-it's from Henry Ham
"Well, veil," said the farmer's
wife. "Dr. Henry, Hamlin-an' what
does he say?"
The farmer held the sheet squarely
""Dear Uncle Ezra and Aunt Lucy,
how are you "both? Almost as well
and comfortable as you deserve to tie,
I hope. Don't you imagine for a
fraction of a minute that I have for
gotten you and all your kindness to
a hungry little orphan. I'm trying to
fix things so that Annette and I can
spend a week with you later in the
summer. In the meantime, I am
sending you somebody else-a patier.c
of mine who needs rest and quiet
an elderly man in whose case I have
"become interested, and whom I am
trying hard to help. The choicest
location in all Dutchess County, with
its hills and lake and stream and
orchard, and the best housekeeping
in all New York State, should help
Lim. He is just a tired man with a
peculiar hallucination-he thinks he
ls immensely wealthy.' Don't mind
what' he ?says about money--I dot't
want him to talk on the subject. He
is a little peculiar in several ways,
bu* not at all disagreeable. I'm sure
you'll bc kind to him for my un
worthy 'sake. His name is Judson
Ford, and you'll have no trouble in
recognizing him at the station. He
is tall and thin and gray, and doesn't
look amiable-but his looks will
change after he has been at Cherry
cottage for a week. I know you will
be good to him for my sake. Good
by, dear friends. Prom your ever
The farmer laid down the letter
and lifted his spectacles from his
"Well, I declare," he mildly said.
*'If that ain't just like Henry!"
His wife looked down at the latter.
"Doesn't he say when the man is
"Eh! Why, yes. Here's a P. S.:
'I am going to start Mr. Ford up your
way on the 9.45 way train Tuesday
morning. He should be at your sta
tion at noon.' "
His wife drew back quickly.
"That's noon to-day, Ezra," she
warningly said, "an' lt's most ll
o'clock! You haven't no more than
time to get to the station. I'll tidy
up the front room and see what there
is for dinner." And she hurried
The farmer turned over the en
"That Snelling boy should have left
this here yestiddy afternoon," he
murmured. Til have to speak to his
He put thc letter on the clock shelf
and hurried to the barn. A little
later he started for the railway that
wound among the distant hills.
Only one passenger left the way
train at th* little station. He was a
tall, slender man of sixty, a man
garbed in rather rusty black aoci
wearing black gloves, a man with
keen gray eyes and a prominent nose
that curved, like an eagle's heak.
The farmer looked at the stranger
?nd the stranger at once came toward
"Are you Uncle Ezra?" he demand
ed. His voice was sharp and he had
a peremptory way of speaking.
"My name is Ezra Gaylord," the
"Mine !s Ford. Judson Ford," the
stranger briskly explained. "How
?rb yon?" He shook hands in a hur
ried way. "You are here to meet me?
Yes? Where is your car?"
"Beg your pardon. I'm accustomed
to cars. Perhaps we walk?"
"No," replied the farmer, "we ride.
My horse au' road wagon are behind
th' station here. I can't promise you
to break th' records, but I guess we'll
manage to git there without any tink
The thin man drew down hie bushy
gray eyebrows and gave the farmer a
quick sideways look.
"Dr. Hamlin called you Uncir? Ezra,
I think," he said. "Do you mind If I
call you Uncle Ezra?"
"Not at all," replied the farmer ns
he untied the hitching strap. "That's
?hat eYcr'body generally calls me,"
: r .
an laxer. \
sky meets sea;
? pollock are;
? the wet moss lies;
to and fro,
is to rise.
with a soothing sound;
s wholly mine.
a nummer sky;
imer's riches lie.
-From Youth's Companion.
i A MIDAS*!
iseif Immensely Wealthy ^
ie Real Thing. $?
land Plain Dealer.)
"Good. I'd like to call you what
everybody calls you-even if you
don't seem to bc more than half a
dozen years older than I am. And
there is Aunt Lucy, if I remember
"Will she mind if I take the same
aort of :iberty?"
"No," the farmer assured him.
"Step in." .
The stranger. took the seat and
stared hard at the horse as they
"It is the Crst time I have benefited
by actual horse power in a number
c * years," he explained. .
The farmer softly chuckled.
"There's quite a number of horses
still left in this neighborhood," he
solemnly assured him. "Most of 'em
Again the busby eyebrows came
"This seems to be a rather choice
specimen," said the stranger. "What
would he be considered worth?"
The farmer shook his head.
"Billy belongs to my wife," he said.
"He's a pet. You ain't got money
enough to buy him." . .
The stranger cackled.
"I suppose," he said, and his voice
suddenly grew grave, "you wouldn't
consider an offer o? $10,000?"
Uncle Ezra suddenly recalled what
Dr. Hamlin had said about the
stranger's chief peculiarity.
"Fine view, don't you think?" he
said, and neatly shifted the subject.
"By George!" the stranger cried.
His keen gray eyes took in the green
valley and the blue bills and tbe
sunny sky. "Well, W611? It's better
thar: Dr. Hamlin described it" He
drew a long breath, Tm so used to
stone pavements and granite wall3
that I've almost forje en "how nature
looks. That's a delightful view. I
wonder if it could be put on canvas?
I'd gladly give 520,000 for a picture
that was anything like that."
Uncle Ezra suddenly urged his
horse. He felt that he mustn't permit
this apparently sane visitor to slip
from his mental foundation.
"Get along. Billy," be said.
"' The stranger gare him another
"Dr. Hamlin told me about this
place," he said. "He claims there is
nothing like it anywhere. He calls lt
home. He thinks a great deal of you
and Aunt Lucy. He told me all about
it. Says you opened your door and
your heart to him. Made him your
son, in fact, when tbere was no one
else to reach out a helping hand."
"We lost our own son when he was
just a little child-like Henry was
when he came to us,"' said Uncle Ezra
The stranaer drew ol? his black
gloves and stuffed them in his coat
"If you locsen up one >>?.nd from
your steering arrangements for just
a moment, Uncle Ezra," he said, .'I'd
like to shake hands with you."
And the two men gravely per
formed the ceremonj*. >.
"I a'pose Henry is doin' pretty
well?" the farmer asked.
"Henry is doing very well," replied
the stranger. "And he'll do much
better when he gets over his modesty
and charges what he should for his
services. You can he proud of the
doctor. There isn't another man liv
ing that could have pulled me away
from my desk and sent me down here.
He's right, of course. I may look as
hard as nails-but nails get rusty in
time. They called me the iron man
and I've paid pretty dea- for the
title. Nerves shaky, can't sleep, can't
eat, out of sorts, bad temper. Can
you tolerate me?"
Uncle Ezra looked round at the
"We don't have any choice in th' b
matter," he smilingly said. "Henry
wrote to us that he was sendin' you-i
ah' that was enough. Did you break
your health down bookkeep"-I heat
it's pretty wearin' an' conflnin'."
The stranger gave Uncle Ezra :
"Some- bookkeeping," ho rcpliei.
'"General offica work. Hullo, look rt
that! Fine, fine!"
He had caught sight of thc litte
lake and its fringe pf pine tree.
Uncle Ezra pointed ahead to the Pw
"That's where we g?t off," he sad.
"You can have all you want of he
lake. I've got ci gilt y acres abuting
The stranaer shook his head ir an
intensely gratified manner.
"Dr. Hamlin is right," he aid. fj
you p geSe
"por doin^ yo\r leV<
"j-?or fearing ksfore ,
'ppr trjinl<in<5 lefore
por Randing >y Y*O\
por foeirtcj c&ereroU^
por promptn?5 itt
." :V, > . .. -:" ; ' :??
- i i ir-1
You've got an ideal spot here. Tl
ir i's bracing me up already. We
rell! It's a wonder somebody hasi
ought you out. I'M tell you wh
'll do if you want to sell."
"But I don" want to sell," sa
Jncle Ezra hazily.
"Of course you don't," replied t
tranger. "But if you did I'd be wi
ag to let you name a fair mark
rice and then give you double wh
The farmer shook his head. He
ras the stranger's peculiarity bo
ing up again. He must turn his ?
"My grandfather built th' origin
?ouse," he said. "He made th
weathercock there on the barn,
[ates back to Revolutionary times.
The stranger stared at the objc
he farmer pointed out.
"Very quaint," he said. "Wou
'ou be willing to part with it f
"Goodness gracious, no!" efl
"No offense," said the stranger,
laven't the money with mc-I nev
arry money-it's a bad habit. Tl
nan who is understood 'to car
noney may easily get into trouble,
enow men who carry large sums. Il
lither carelessness cir affectation. "
"It isn't any affectation with me
?aid the farmer, with a dry chuckle
The stranger looked at him aga
n his queer way.
"Uncle Ezra," he said, "I'd give
team yacht and a dozen touring ca
0 be the placid philosopher you are
"That's a pretty stiff price," sa
Jncle Ezra. /
"I'll throw In a bank and a silv
nine," said the stranger, and 1
"Here- we are, and here Is Au
juey," said the farmer hastily. I
hought ii high time to draw tl
tranger away from his delusio
'Lucy, this ls Mr. Ford-Henrj
The stranger warmly shook hanC
"I fancy I couldn't have a bett
^commendation/," he said.
"I'll take you right to your room
?aid Aunt Lucy. "It's Henry's roo
vhen he's heret Mebby you'll find
1 little too sunny. And our dinm
viii be ready at just 1 o'cloc
?Vhere's your baggage?"
The stranger laughed inwardly.
"It's like this." he said. "I wasr
ure I'd be contented here. I'm fuss
,'ou know. That's why I didn't brit
my bag. But if Dr. Hamlin doesn
lear from me by to-morrow mornir
ie will send along a small trunk
laven't many clothes, you see."
Uncle Ezra nodded.
"An' will Henry send it?"
"He will send it," replied tl
stranger, as he followed Aunt Lue
ip the broad stairs.
At 1 o'clock he had not reappears
lt 1.30 Uncle Ezra went up to recoj
miter. He came down smiling;.
"Our summer boarder is asleep,
i? softly said. "He's stretched oi
m the couch there in front of ti
sig window with the sun shill]
icross him. Somehow he looks dreac
:ul poor an' mis'ble."
"I'm glad Henry is tryin' to he goo
;o him," said Aunt Lucy.
"He thinka mighty well of Henry;
said Uncle Ezra.
"Guess he'd better,-" said Aui
At-2.30 the stranger came dow
md found Uncle Ezra in the airy si
"You let me sleep, didn't you?" 1
?aid In his quick way. -I can't re
nember when such a thing as sleet
ng in the daytime has happened t
ne before. And I've known the tim
vhen I've, have given $10,000j fo
?uch a sleep as that."
"How does the room suit y&u?
Jncle Ezra hastily'inquired.
"It couldn't suit rn? better,'' th
?tranger replied. "I could hardly pul
nyself away from the glorious vie\
'rom that window. And now I don'
vant to go any further before w
:ome to an understanding about th
price I'm to pay."
Tiere was a little silence. Aun
JUCT had appeared from the dinini
"We'd rather wait an' talk ft ove:
vit! Henry," she gently said, j
"Madam," the stranger replied, "
?voild much prefer to have thc ar
.angement made now."
i.unt Lucy looked at Uncle Ezra
Than she looked back at the stranger
'Shall we say $4 a week?" sh?
The stranger stared at her. Thei
ic stared at Uncle Ezra.
"Good lord!" he murmured. "Or
5?cond thought," he quickly added
? think it would be better to leav?
fae whole mattar to Dr. Hamlin."
Aunt Lucy looked relieved.
"Now that that's all settled," she
aid, "you will please come into th
inin' room and have some dinner.
Ve didn't wait for you. We thought
t better to let you sleep. You laust
e real hungry."
"Hungry!" repeated the hoarder.
Why, Aunt Lucy, I haven't eaten an
ctual meal fer years."
"Mebby you can eat one torday,"
he answered with a little quiver ol
itv in h?r voice.
But he shook his head gloomily
.hsn he saw the appetizing dishes
he set before him.
"Aunt Lucy," he said, "I'd give
.ell, I'd give a fortune to he able to
0 justice to this spread. I should
ave told you.before and saved you
ll this kind trouble. Ifs a shame.
L small bowl of milk and a piece of
ld bread is all I dare eat."
But he was gaining in cheerfulness,
espite his meager meal.
"And now, dear friends," he said,
1 vant you to hutror me a little
arther. You arc to keep the news
r %e Iorri :
ir piMnciple^ *
to an enemy *
Ksepintf v'olir promise^ $
-}]otne l^o'ej * .
papera away from me and all tele?
grams and messengers. I hope I'm
hidden here, but I can't he sure. And
let me wander around just as I
They promised him, of course, and
pitied him and did their best to cheer
**You can't help feelln' sorry for
him," said Uncle Ezra to Aunt Lucy
that night after the boarder had re
tired. "It's really wonderful how he
keeps up th' delusion about money."
"And I ain't any doubt," said Aunt
Lucy, "that Henry is takln* care of
him all th' time."
They liked their boarder more and
more. He made no trouble and his
cheerfulness steadily increased. And
he slept better and better and his ap
petite Improved little by little. And
Uncle Ezra was glad to notice that
as his physical condition was bettered
he made fewer references to money
"His mind is gettln' th' dollar cob
web out -of it," said Uncle Ezra to
"Did you see him eat my apple pud
ding?" said Aunt Lucy.
He had been there just a month
when that rising medical man, Dr.
Henry Hamlin, came down to see the
patient fron* whom he had received
such good reports.
He found him paddling about the
lake in Uncle Ezra's rowboat.
A half hour later the doctor carne
back .to tbe house again.
"It's almost a miracle," he said.
"He doesn't seem like the same man.
I'll have to take him back with me.
He's needed in the city, but he wants
to come again,- and he asks to be al
lowed to reserve the same sleeping1
room. And, by the way, we have
settled on the price he ls to pay you."
"Now, Henry," said Aunt Lucy, "it
it's comin' out of your pocket, we
won't take a penny of it."
Henry Hamlin suddenly laughed.
"You dear old auntie," he cried and
fondly kissed her; "my npcket is
He drew forth a slip of paper and
handed it to Uncle Ezra.
"Is,that satisfactory?" he asked.
Uncle Ezra gasped.
"A check for ? thousand! " he faint
Dr. Hamlin quickly held up his
"That's all right," he said. "Don't
you hesitate a moment over taking
it. He gives it gladly-and adds a
lot of gratitude-and wants to come
"But we thought-" began Uncle
"I know what you thought," said
Dr. Hamlin quickly. "It was what I
intended you to think. My motive
was all right-and- you were mis
taken, as I expected you to be. This
man Ford is a Midas-everything he
touches turns to gold. In short, dear
friends, your summer boarder, this
tired and dingy dyspeptic, Is really
one of the greatest of .the great money
Diam.mis are almost perfectly
transparent to X-rays.
A German expert "says that there
is less prusic acid in twenty-five cigars
than in one bitter almond.
To permit a motorist to explore
the dark corners of his car with a
light arid yet leave his hands free
there has been invented an incan-|
descent lamp and reflector to fasten j
to the forehead.
The German estimate of aeronauti
cal statistics for the year 1910 is that
Germany will have fourteen dirigibles
and five aeroplanes; France, seven
dirigibles and twenty-nine aero
planes; Italy, three dirigibles and
seven aeroplanes; Russia, three diri
gibles and six aeroplanes, and Eng
land, two machines of each kind.
The activity In rallrrad construc
tion In the Northwest is answerable
for the construction of several impor
tant bridges across the larger rivers.
A notable Instance of this ls the Col
umbia River bridge on the North
Coast Railway in Washington, the
permanent sub-structure of which
will consist of twelve -piers, carrying
a superstructure made up of nine
Howe truss spans, and a draw span
across the liai? channel.-Scientific
Exposions are often causer!
flour mills and breweries by nalis cr j
j other iron particles that find their ?:
way Into the grain and strike the steel j '
rolls of the millr, producing snarks
and igniting the finely pulverized ma
terial about them. Recently a large
malting concern that had been trou
bled by many such explosions installed
a set of electro-magnets over which
the grain is passed before being pre
pared for shipment to the breweries.
All iron particles in the grain are
thus picked up by the magnets.
A leading Southern journal speaks
words of wisdom when it says that
the policy of navy yard construction
of battleships should be adhered to,
even if it costs a trifle more than
building in private yards. Keeping
our leading navy yards busy with
warship construction not only serves
as a stimulus to private contractors,
but It has the important effect ol
maintaining the navy yard forces in
tact, with a large body * of skilled ! ]
workmen ready at all times to un
dertake emergency work.-Scientific
The man who does net know If his
wife is wearing a blue dress or a
white one can tell three days after
ward the intricacies of a triple play
he saw at the ball game.-Buffaio
GOOD AND BAD R0?
Only a very rich county could af
ford the tremendous financial drain
of bad roads.
High freight rates axe not nearly
as heavy a tax on thc shippers of
?tock and other farm produce as bad
French peasants lose no money in
broken harness, -worn oct vehicles,
broken down live stock on account
of bad roads. There a horse can
haul 3,000 pounds 18 miles :'.n a day
and get back for supper.
Do yon I
Stott or trade
tite, and lay i
your nerves all
bit J tc forge ahe
might es well put a
you wilL ?Dr. PI.
make yoi a dtffcrei
to work. It will
your appetite will
If there is any tendc
it v, ill keep that d
sumption has elmo
lingering cough, bronchitis, or blecdin
cure in 98 per cent, of oil cases. It is t
of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is ?ive?,
?nat success has come from his wide e
Don't be wheedled by a pcnny-grabl
tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recoi
Pierce's medicines are OP KNOWN COMP*
on their wrappers. Made from root
forming drugs. World's Dispensary M<
Williu had tried by various means
to interest his father in conversation
"Can't you see I'm trying tc
read 7" said the exasperated parent
"Now, don't bother me."
Willie was silent for almost a min
ute. Then, reflectively: /
"Awiul accident in the Subway
Father looked up with interest.
1 ? What 's that ' ' he asked. \1 -kn acci
d?nt in the Subway?"
"Yes," replied Willie, edging to
ward the door, * ' a woman had her eye
on a seat and a man sat down on it."
Epidemic of Itch in Welsh Village.
"In Dowlals, South Wales, about
fifteen years ago, families were strick
en wholesale by a disease known as
the Itch. Believe me, it Is the most
terrible disease of Its kind that I
know of, as lt Itches all through your
body arid makes your life an inferno.
Sleep Is out of the question and you
feel as if a million mosquitoes were
attacking you at the same ti aie. I
knew a dozen families that were so
)*The doctors did their best, but
their remedies were of no avail what
ever. Then the families tried a drug
gist who was noted far and" wide for
his remarkable cures. People came
to him from all parts of the country
for treatment, but his medicine made
matters still worse; as a last resort
they were advised by a friend to use
the Cuticura Remedies. I ara glad to
tell you that after a few days' treat
ment with Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and Resolvent, the effect was wonder
ful and the result was a perfect cure
in all cases.
MI may add that my three brothers,
three sisters, myself and all our fam
ilies have been users of the Cuticura
Remedies for fifteen years. Thomas
Hugh, 1650 West Huron St, Chicago,
m., June 29. 1909."_
That the boy who wants to learn to
dig a ditch, harness a horse, use a
plow or milk a POW vould go in vain
to the colleges of agriculture in the
country, Dick Ciosby, of Washing
ton, D. C., a specialist in agricultural
education, told the department of ru
ral and agricultural education of the
National Education Association re
cently. There are 300 more secon
dary schools and colleges teaching ag
riculture than there were 18 months
ago, he said, but they teach theory
Prof. G. F. Warren, of Cornell
University, expressed the opinion that
the farmer without an agricultural
education Was headed for the poor
house. He quoted figures to show
that ten college bred farmers averag
ed $847 yearly income, against an av
erage of only $318 for the farmers
whose education had been limited to
the district schcol. Most of the
teachers used to say, he said, that
any fool could farm. Now they say
agriculture is too difficult for high
Industrial education does not mean
educational revolution, declared Ar
thur R. Dean, of the New York state
education department, addressing the
department of manufacturing. "A
portion of agriculture and industrial
practice can be expressed in mathe
matical form." He told the depart
ment that employers must permit
boys and girls to atterd school for
the sake of the preservation of Amer
There's vitality, snap andigo?
[na breakfast of
Because nature stores up,
[n wheat and barley
The Potassium Phosphats,
[n such form as to
Nourish brain and nerves?
The food expert who originated
Retained this valuably
Element in the food.
There's a Reason"
Read the* famous little book;?
The Road to Wellviile/''
Found in packages.
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It is said that the most perfect
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elastic, dry, and never dusty.
Good roads, says Governor Sand
ers, of Louisiana, is one of the basic
requirements for the development of
the state's latent resources.
You eau ship wheat at 3.3 cents
a bushel from New York to Liver
pool but it costs you 5.4 cents a
bushel to haul it 9.4 miles from the
farm to the railroad.
lo You Feel This Way?
feel all tired out? Do you sometimes
a just can't work away at your profes
p.ny longer ? Do you have a poor ape
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Building roads is a business prc^
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Hick's CAPUDINE IS thc hast remedy-re
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No farming section which has once
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.pimply, scaly, itching, eruptive
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yon treat them to a box of
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Writ': Dr. H. H. Green's Sons. J
Specialists, Box g Atlanta,Qa.'