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DR. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS.
DlrMlUaawUkffcthYUIIa lire Itnfiftftc
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1. Foyers, Congestion!, Inflammation 23
2. Worms, Worm Fever, or Worm Disease. .'J 3
3a Colic, Crying and Wakefulness of Infants. 25
t. Diarrhea, ot Children and Adults VIA
S. Dysentery, Orlplngs, Villous Cotlo 35
7. Couillis.Colds, llronchltls 25
8. Toothache, Faceache, Neuralgia 23
0, Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo 23
10. Dyspepsia, Indication, Weak Stomach 23
13. Croup. Hoarso Cough, Laryngitis 23
1 1. Halt Hheuin, Eruptions, Krjrslpelas a. ..23
13. Ulieiimntlsiii.or Itheumatlo I'alns M3
HI. Fever and Ague, Malaria 23
17. Piles, Blind or Uleedlng, External, Internal. 23
18. Ophthalmia, Weak or Inflamed Eyes US
11. Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In Head 23
20. Whooping Cough, Spasmodic Cough 'J3
21. Aitlima, Oppressed, Dinicult Urenlhlng 'J 3
27. Kidney Disease. Gravel, Calculi 23
38. Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness 1.00
211, Sore Mouth, Fever SoresorCauker 23
30. Urinary Incontinence. Wetting Ded 25
34. Horn Throat, Quinsy and Diphtheria 23
33. Chronlo Congestions, Headaches 23
77. Grippe, Hay Foer and Summer Colds... .25
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they create a habit. More
often the attacks become
less frequent, or disappear
altogether. Dr. Miles'
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other effect except to re
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"Wo are never without Dr. Miles'
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eon, nt'cd 15 weio always subjoct to
Ick headache until wo began uslnr
these l'JHs, and thoy have broken
them up entirely. Don' think they
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I recommend them to every one. A
few weeks ago I heard an old lady
friend was sick. I went to see her,
Bhe was down with LaQrlppe. and
nearly crasy with awful backache.
I guve her one of the, Antl-Paln Pills
and left another for her to take In
a short time. They helped her right
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husband was taken with pluerlay on
both skies, and I know he would have
died If It hadn't been for the Pills.
la less than , half an hour he wuj
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MHS. a. H. WEBB.
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return the price of first package (only)
If It falls to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Wish to hear quickly from ovthehs
who will sell dihbct to nanus good
I farm of any size in any locality. ,Not
particular about location.
It OWNERS only need answer who are
If willing to close their own deal direct
;wlth buyer without paying any com
tinlaelonto any one. I, am no agent
(and accept oo commission. I wish to
connect my iiundueds or unYaus
with OWNERS so they can buy direct
andsaye paylnjra fancy price to some
I Write quickly Qlve price and ic
ecripcion as I can piease my many
buyers DyrecemmendlnK your place
tc7 Has iM so tHey r?MWt roar
lowest price. L. DABBV8HIRE,r
Box 1812 Rochester, N. Y.
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It Ywr a
PRUNE AND TRAIN GRAPE VINE
Qrow. the Best Fruit the Vines
8hould Bo Frequently Cut
oacK ana rtenewea,
The grano vine should be planted
slightly deeper thnn It was In the
nursery and cut back to a strong bud.
Only one shoot should be allowed to
The next spring It should bo again
cut back to a strong bud, tho length
of the cane varying with Its size, says
tho Prairie Farmer. The terminal
bud only should be allowed to develop
nnd tho cane should be tied to a stout
stake as" It grows.
Tho next spring It should be cut
back at the height ot four or Ave feet,
according to the kind of trellis to be
used, and throe buds at the top should
be allowed to develop into shoots.
The following spring the vines will
be ready for a trellis. Tho favorite
forms are known as vertical and hori
zontal. The vertical trellis consists ot
Vine of Vertical Trellis, Showing.
Forearm Knlffln System, (a) Points
for Pruning for Complete Renewal,
(b) Method of Tying.
eight-Toot posts set two nnd one-half
feet In the ground nt intervals of
twenjty to thirty feet. These generally
carry two lines of No. 10 galvanized
wire, respectively four and five and
one-half feet from the ground. The
end posts should bo strong and well
braced, and the wire should bo so ar
ranged that the slack can bo taken up
whon necessary. Tho other posts need
not bo very largo If twenty feot apart,
but for thirty feet good-sized posts are
The horizontal trellis differs in hav
ing a 2x6-lnch strip placed on edge
horizontally at the top of tho pout, so
as to form an arm two feet long, upon
which three wires are carried.
The previous year's throe shoots
were grown on each vine. For tho
two-wlro (vertical) trellis two of thera
should bo placed on the lower wire
and cut back to ten buds each. Tho
other shoot should bo cut oft at tho
height of tho upper wire, and a shoot
from It should bo trained in oacli di
rection. For the three-wire (horizon
tal) trellis, a shoot should bo trained
tip on each ot the wires, two In one
direction and one In the other, and all
should bo cut back to eight buds.
Tho simplest and most satisfactory
method ot training tho grape is by the
Knlffln system. Tho fruiting arms are
tied to the wires In the spring, and tho
new shoots as thoy come out aro al
lowed to hang down.
To grow tho best fruit, whatever
system Is used, tho vinos should bo
frequently cut back and renewed.
Some prefer to renow all tho canes
each year, starting all ot them from
the main trunk ot tho vino, while
others renow but onco In two years.
Whatever tho method of pruning or
training, ono should endeavor to leave
about 40 buds upon each vine, and
those could be as near the main trunk
WARNING TO FRUIT GROWERS
Crown Gall Is Warty Outgrowth or
Excrescence Upon the Apple,
Peach, Pear and Other Trees.
Crown gall Is'a term applied to cer
tain warty outgrowths or oxcresconces
upon tho apple, pear, peach, rasp
berry, etc., forming chiefly on tho
parts below ground. On the apple
these growths aro more apt to occur
on grafted trees at tho union of tho
root and the clon, but they may form
at any place where tho roots havo
been Injured In transplanting, etc.
Experiments by the department of"
agriculture show that crown gall is
caused by specific parasltb. Every
orchardlst should carotully lnspoct all
stock which ho purchases for sotting.
All treos showing evidence ot crown
gall should bo either returned to tho
shipper or burned, and future orders
placed with iursorymon who can and
will furnish trees freo from disease.
Under no condition should trees bo
planted which show growths of this
kind upon tho roots, for not only will
It result In an unthrifty and unprofit
able tree, but It will also, endanger
Inspection ot Nursery Stock,
Representative Scott of Kansas Is
tho author of a bill which provides
for government Inspection of nursery
stock' at pOlnt ot on fry to 'bo deslg
nated by the secretary of agriculture,
An appropriation of $100,000 is car
rlod by the bill, which also authorizes
the. secretary to establish, a quaran
tlno against the Importation or trans
portation In interstate commerce ot
diseased or Infecd nursery stock.
'Tud"bllt"ha!t)elir favorably acted upon
by the houao commute.
TO TRIM HEDGES RAPIDLY.
Novel Gearing Machine Which Op
rates Shears Rapidly and Does
the Work of Five.
Among the numerous time and la
bor saving devices for gardeners' uso,
the geared hedge-trimmer, Invented by
Does Work of Five.
a New York man, Is one ot the most
Interesting. With it n hedgo that
formerly required live hours to trim
cun be clipped In one hour, or ono
man can do the work of live. This ap
paratus consists of a long rod with
a shoulder piece at one end and a
pair of shoars at tho other. Along
this rod Is a drlvewhecl connecting
with the rotary pinion, which operates
the crank controlling sheurs. The de
vice Is held aguinst the shoulder, by
means of a bundle In tide middle.
Then the drlvewheel Is turned, and by
means of the multiple gearing It opens
and closes tho shears five times with
each revolution, thus making the ap
paratus a saver of 80 per cent. In eith
er tlnio or labor. All tho operator
has to do is to keep turning the wheel
and moving the shears along the
hedgerow where It needs clipping.
FACTS ABOUT CENTURY PLANT
Blooms Once In Hundred Years,
Any Other Time, and Then With
"The century plnnt, so named bo
cause ot the popular Idea that It
blooms but once In 100 years, In ono
sense makes good Its namo, for It
blooms only once, then dies," said H.
F. Warren of Los Angeles, Cal. Ho
"In the genial climate ot southern
California it reaches maturity and
blooms in 15 or 20 years, while In
cooler climates tho period may rnngo
from 40 to 50 yonrs. There aro many
species ot tho ngavo family native to
northern Mexico, whore It Is , called
the maguey. Tho plant furnishes
'pulque,' the national drink ot Mex
ico. "At the time of tho blooming tho
plant throws up a single stalk ot rapid
growth to the height ot 12 to 20 feel,
from which the tnssol-llke tlowors
sprout forth. This groat flower stalk
draws nil the sap and vigor from the
body of the plant, which soon withers
and dies. At the base of tho thick
green leaves are found little suckers,
each with a root, which, whon planted,
at once begin to grow. Tho edge
and end of tho leaves aro well armed
with stiff, sharp spines, the prick ot
which Is very painful. This is na
ture's wny of protecting the plant
troru the ravages of desert rodents."
PLAN FOR TRAINING TOMATOES
Plants Grow Through the Frame and
Fruit Is Kept from Ground
and In Clusters.
A practical method ot training toma
toes and keeping them from the ground
nnd hi clusters Is herewith given. Set
plants in straight row. When thoy
are 12 to 1 1 Inches high drive stakes
euch side about 8 feet apart. Nail ou
A Tomato Stand.
slats top ot stakes, stretch any old
woven wire fencing over the top. The
plants will gp through thorn, so your
fruit will bo oft tho ground and hang
In clusters. You can pruno them
handily. No strings to uso, no sun
Farmers Must Watch the Crop,
In order to determine what olomonts
"of plant food are deficient In a eoll,
It Is necessary to carofully study the
growing crop. Many farmers seem to
be ot tho opinion that a chemical an
alysis of tho soil will show tho
amount of plant food contained there
in, This however, Is a mistaken idoa.
Tho chemist can oujy detormlno ap
proximately tho ampunt of nitrogen,
phosphoric acid and potash In soil,
without specifically showing what pn
portion ot those olomouta can bo taken
up by the growing plant, A largo por
contago ot thesd elements is not avail
able to plant food. Hence tho neces
sity for them In an available form, We
must turn, theu, to the crop, and by
watching It closely during Its growth
and by a careful examination when
matured, see whether the soil Is defi
cient in plant food and' wh& elomenta
Snndsr School Lesion for Jim 6, 1909
Specially Arranged (or This Paper
LESSON TEXT.-James 3.1-12. Mem-
lry verses 8-10
GOLDEN TEXT Whoso keepetn nn
nouth and his tongue, keepeth his soul
'rom trouble. Prov 21.23.
TLMi; It li believed the epistle was
rvrlttrn between A. D. 40 and 60
PLACE. Believed to be at Jerusalem
Suggestion and Practical Thought.
Philosophers have striven to dlscov
ir what faculty most clearly separates
man from tho brute; as, that man Is
the only animal that laughs, or the
inly animal that cooks, or the only an
imal that stuuds upright. Most thlnk
irs, however, agree that the power o
ipeech, with all that has grown out of
It, la the clearest and most Important
distinction of mankind, and the surest
Indication of tho superiority that Ood
tutu conferred upon the human race.
The passage we are to study Is one of
the finest In the Ulbte, and U thd
crown of all writings upon the sub
ject. Vs. 1, 2a. Why did James urge his
readers not to be many masters
(teachers, as In "schoolmasters")? I.
because the young church met that
dunger continually (see Acts 15 24;
1 Cor. 1:12; 14:26; Oal. 2:12). In the
Jewish church the function ot the rab
bl wus Jealously guarded, but the lib
erty of prophesying (touching) In
Christianity was liable to become li
cense. And "tho moro tho Idea pre
vailed that faith, without correspond
ing obediencu, was all that Is needful,
the mure men would eagerly press for
ward to teaoh." Alford. This thought
Joins our presont losson with the last,
To Illustrate perfect speech, to
what does James compare the tongue?
To a horso's bit or bridle, which,
though small, turns and governs the
whole body of the great animal; and,
similarly, to a ship's helm or rudder,
which, though so small In comparison
with the groat ship, and so weak In
comparison with tho florco winds, yet
turns the ship, In tho face ot the
winds, whithersoever the "governor
(H. V. "steersman") llsteth (It. V
"wllloth"). Even so (like the bridle
and tho rudder) the tonguo Is a little
member, and boastoth great things,
"vaunts great words, which bring
about great acts of mischief." Alford.
What Is the point of the compari
son? The power of the tongue In the
guidance and direction 'of life our
own lives and those of others. And
"wo are never to forget that tho
'tongue' Includes the 'pen.'" Deems.
What Is the next comparison used
by James? "Tho tongue that world
of of iniquity Is a tiro, sprung from
the fires ot Gehenna. It Is a little tire,
to the eye; but a llttlo flro can kindle
a great forest. So the tonguo can ruin
the wholo body nay, the wholo life,
In its revolving course from tho cradlo
to the grave." Tho tonguo Is called a
world ot Iniquity bocauso "all kinds ot
ovll that aro In the world are exhibited
there In miniature." Dames.
What Is tho point ot this compari
son? It pictures tho destructive power
of tho tongue, as the first two compari
sons pictured the tongue's guiding
power. Llttlo words, mero. puffs ot
air, are insignificant as small sparks;
b'it ns the llnmo and smoke may
hi read everywhere, so tho baneful ef
fect of evil speech may penetrate all
What Is James' noxt comparison of
the tonguo? To an untamed beast; all
other living things havo been mastored
by mankind the four divisions of ant
mats, according to James' rough
zoology, namely, quadrupeds, birds,
reptiles and fishes. Dut the tonguo Is
an excoptlon. No man can tamo It;
only God, who made It, can keep it
under control. "It Is an unruly (rest
less) evil, full of deadly poison," and
so to bo classed with the animals most
bated and feared, the serpents.
What Is tho point ot this compari
son? As tho first emphasized the
guiding power ot tho tongue and the
second Its destructive powor, so this
comparison emphasizes Its unre
If the tongue cannot be tamed, are
wo to blame for our ungoverued
speech? 'Yos, ns James himself says
(v. 10), "Those things ought not so to
bo." "If wo bo truly Christ's, thouuh
'rovlled' by tho unruly tongues of
others, we shall, like hlra, 'revllo not
again' (1 Peter 3:23). And as the
whole body is the Lord's to be sancti
fied to him (1 Cor. G:19, 20), so partic
ularly must tho tonguo he kept from
'ovll-spenklng, lying and slandering,'
and used rightly for the servfeo ot
God. Thus may wo truly offer 'the
calves of our lips' (Hos, 4;2), more
acceptable than the blood of victims
slain on a thousand altHrs." RUIcott.
Why does James drop comparisons
when bo comes to his last point? He
causo there are no comparisons In na
ture to man's Inconsistency In speech
only contrasts. The constancy of
nature was as woll known la James'
day as In ours. Hut tho tonguo Is sadly
dlftorentl "Out ot the same mouth
proceudeth blessing and cursing I"
What la the point of this contrast?
Evil speech has been pictured as (1)
Influential, (2) destructive, (3) uncon
trollable, and now Anally as (4) un
uaturul. Men . , . are made after the
similitude of God. "The nature ot man
is to adoro God, and to love what Is
uouiiko in man. ujyii speecu contra
dicts your naturo and your destiny; to
peak ill of othora niakos you a mon
ster la God's world; get the habit ot
slander, and then thoro U not a stream
which bubbles from the heart ot nature1,
there Is tiot a treo that silently brings
forth Its genial fruit in its appointed
season, which does not rebuke.
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