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Cotton seed meal is high, but !
e have a large stock.
THE ACME MILLS.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
h Use For Over 30 Years
Value of Honey.
"Honev. one of the most nutritious
id delicate of foods, should bo eaten
fere than It Is," writes n cooking ex- j
t "Bought In the cotnb, It Is bound ;
n iinnilnlfernted. and will keen one
:e from sore throat and bronchial
tables. Honey has been used as a
imetlc. The result Is a finer tex
ed complexion, a glowing color, a
ing, fresh look."
TIN WORK OF ALL 'KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Rear 1. 0. O.
Institutional Tisatmsntof Tuberculosis
means that tho patient is given constant attention; that the regime
which Is found to be best adapted to tho case is rightly adhered to;
that a resident nhvsician is at hand all of the time, studying the caso
( land adapting the treatment to it;
All 01 lUcSU U1IUU3 iucuii luipiu vumtin, gicaici wimuu aitu ljuooiuiu
recoverv. Hazelwood is operated without profit by the Louisville
' Anti-Tuberculosis Association. Kates $12.50 a week. Writo for de
' tailed information.
I )ij Hazelwood
n a n i pah 4.
Livery and Board Stable
Pkone 32. Virginia Street, Behveen 7th and 8th
izj (J. S. Prwon Campi
f Coirnhtmcn Continue Outrage?
Artindal Leg Made 300 B. C.
There Is In the museum of the Royal
College of Surgeons, Lincoln's Inn
Fields, London, an artificial leg, made
about 800 B. 0., of bronze, wood and
Iron. Who has not heard of the fam
ous "Iron Hand" made In Nuremberg,
Germany, In 1504, for the German
knight, Gote von Berllchlngen? Among
the old-time Indians ears, noses ar.S
lips of plaster were quite common, one
of their ordinary punishments beln
to cut off these useful parts of the hu
man anatomy. Greek and Roman vet
erans who had lost a leg or an nrtn '
In the wars used to replncu them by ,
substitutes, and IMlnlus sneaks of n '
Roman soldier who about lf0 yi-:ir
B. 0. was famous for the v nmti-n
hand with which he was Ptlll nble to
fight as an able swordsman. I: 1C01
the Duke of Brunswick had to use an
us Keascnznt '
It's all right to be r Im (!e. b-it
a man should not whistle v. a.Io llgl.t
ng his last match. Toledo .Made.
F. Building. fe
that nursing service is tho best
Phviiicinn tn Chnrirn
MENACE TO DAIRY INDUSTRY
Difficult to Estimate. Cost of Contact
cuj Abortion Each Year Breed
era Are Seeretlve.
Tuberculosis Is n dread disease, nnd
Its ravages nre n heavy burden on
tiio llvi stnrl; Industry. The loss th.it
It cntnlh, however, Is not so much to
be dreaded by the live stock men as
the lueses c:titd by contagious abor
tion. It Is difficult to estimate Just
what nbnrthm costs the dairy Industry
each year; breeders are very sccrctlva
about Its presence In their herds;
losses aro taken quietly and nothing
p;.Id. Many, too, hnvc contagious nbor
tlon to deal with nnd aro not awaro
of It. It Is noi necessary that a cow
actually abort to prove that the dls
enso exists. Sterility, Irregular hfnt
nnd retained nftcrblrth, nre all sym
toms of contagious abortion. Too of
ten, ton, nn nbnrtt.Mj Is explained as
the result of nn accident or strain, nnd
the dairy farmer lulls himself Into
a feeling of false security. The first
essential toward eliminating the dis
ease from the herd Is that we bo
honest with ourselves and recognize
that the disease exists.
, internal vlsllnnco Is the price oZ free
dom from this disease.
BLANKET FOR LITTLE LAMBS
When Animal First Comes Into World
He Is Weak and Puny and Needs
The poor little Iamb Is up against It
when he first cosncs Into the world.
He Is weak and puny, and tho chances
:are ho feels chilly and he may take a
cold that will end fatally and result
In a loss to you. Be on the safe sldo
.by wrapping him up In one of the
'blankets shown In the accompanying
Blanket frr Lambs.
drawing. It 13 attached by straps
which pass tinder his belly and also by
one which fastens around his neck.
The lamb will bo grateful and so will
you when he develops Into a big rascal
worth quite a few dollars on the mar
ket. FEEDING PIGS FORAGE CROPS
Greater Returns Mads Than From
Animals Fed In Dry Lota Al
falfa Given Highest Bank.
Plg3 fed on good forago crops will
make many times as much profit as
those fed In dry lots.
The accredited gain In pork to an
acre of forage varies, depending upon
tho crop, the age of the hog, and
amount of grain fed. An acre of
sweet clover, with corn at $1.50 add
hogs at 515 a hundred, netted $12.07;
rape, $37.50; alfalfa, $05.90, and n
combination of oats, peas and rape,
Of all forage crops, alfalfa Is tha
great permanent crop, while rape Is
tho emergency crop, and green rya
tho fall and early spring crop. Tho
Ideal forage crop should show adap
tability to soli and climate, perma
nency, pnlatlblllty, reasonable cost
of planting, and good pasture at any
tlmo during the growing season. Al
falfa, clover and rnpo have most tit
MANY FARMERS HORSE POOR
Four Animals Are All That Is Needed
to Work Quarter Section One
Should Be Brood Mare.
Too many farmers nre horse poor,
They havo not only too many horses
but horses which are not good. In
farming a quarter-section of land there
Is no need for more than four horses.
Three of these should be heavy horses
and one should bo an animal heavy
enough to do considerable work yet
light enough to do tho family driving.
f .VH V 1. A- n . 1
wcau uKixvy jiuigeo ui ii'uai uiiu
should bo a good brood niare. WhlU
practicing economy In other respects,
It Is well to study the economical use
of horse- flesh.
PASTURE SHEEP IN ORCHARD
If Turned In Early In Season They
Gradually Accustom Themselves
to Fallen Apples.
Sheep, If suddenly fed an unlimited
quantity of i :ples, would ul to likely
choke thenibolves, or overeat to such
an extent that other disastrous ro
fiulta would follow. Dut, If tamed In
to the orchard early In tho season,
they 1 l uiiu i' y accustom thWh
selves to ii tm 1 1 nplcs as they frsd
vally rxll rrom th i.es, and9kM
Jui resiits follow. Cow tei Mf
at ?9um 8efu'' Pro. v 1 lTL viR tJHCM
VrB.fn sarh a coadltlon, MMK tmlA
a ahp that t nlinals wHt Mt
i twist j Jy
ffipt Rontcnts lSTluidDfaohn
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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As Winter Approaches British Soldiers
Feel Hardships of
The picU'.r .tcii- ;ho tn A 'Am life af iwiUiA: tokliciy hi the treic&et k
Fran'.e 1'Ji cw. i aV.c U. Bar thi! l'prx-Cbiamiac( ObhJ, -miidL
rorently wiiVw,'. H- trtanhri -vcr-: fWded. In winter this eanditioa it
prejei!.- u:l f tL. bxa'.r. iWc sr. Teat mat. addins t the discomfort
of the mm. Thrr.- r, - ama-ri aptarautt tr- the 4monts, bowcrcr, and
ti'f soldier: luvv oUr t Wui their troahla br ImSditif foot bridges and
a5:iig ti-: u.-.Tlceav tct i wxsk dcds when there u timo betweej battles.
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by tli- oftcu! Stitch photn;rajhrr
Let Us Do Your Job Printing
City Bank &
Surplus and Profits
WITH 'more than thirty years
of success in serving two
k orations of business men
and standing for every move
ment to build up and better
3 'Per Cent Interest
For Infants and Childron.
Mothers Know That
THCOINTaUNOOMPlNT NCW TORK OITY.
Floods in Trenches
ftaWi - mn4-Sacr. Tbo picture 'was made
-$ 60, 000.00
on Tfrae Deposits.
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MAKE WAR ON INSECTS
Campaign to Teach Every Farm-'
er and Keeper of Foods.
Reduction of Only 5 Per Cent of Pres
ent Loisea Would Result In Saving
Millions of Buiheli of Im
(rrom the United State Department of
In nn effort to reduce the enormous
annual loss of food cnused by attacks
of Insects on growing crops, stored
food supplies, and live stock the bu
reau of entomology of tho United
States department of agriculture, In
co-opcrntlon with the extension serv
ices of the states, Is to begin a vigor
ous campaign to teach Insect fighting.
Covering tho country as effectively
as possible with emergency funds made
available In the food production bill
Just enacted by congress the entomolo
gists will denl with every pest of Im
portant crops. Should tho campaign
planned result In a redaction of only
5 per cent of present losses from In
sects an amount aggregating millions
of bushels it is estimated would be
saved. It is expected that an effective
campaign would result in even a larger
Specialists will give demonstrations
to small groups of farmers, fruit grow'
ers and others In regions where their
Berviccs ore most needed. Wherever
It can be done persons in the community
where tho demonstration Is being con
ducted will bo asked to assist in pre
paring spray mixtures, emulsions, poi
soned baits, dips, washes and the like,
These persons, so far as practicable,
then will be requested to assist in the
application of these and other meas
ures In order that each community in
which demonstrations aro given will
havo one or moro persons acquainted
with methods of assembling and apply
ing insecticides and in the nse of other
Specialists in rice Insects will visit
rice fields. Men familiar with the in
sect pests of the orchard and vineyard
will bo sent to those states where fruit
crowiur is an ImDortant Industry. In
the largo trucking areas of tho country
and elsewhere specialists familiar with
tho Insects of truck crops will be de
tailed. Men familiar with the Insect
pests of cereal and forage crops will
work In states where these crops are
of most Importance, and will glvo spe
cial attention to such Important pests
as the Hessian fly, chinch bug and
In case of serious Insect outbreaks
men will be available to concentrate
effort In the Infested territory, to pre
vent, If possible, further spread of the
pest. It Is planned to give attention
ulso to demonstrating and disseminat
ing Information about methods for the
prevention of Insect losses to stored
grains, flour and other products, in
mills, warehouses and granaries, and
for tho reduction of losses to other
stored food products.
POST-PULLING MADE EASIER
Most Convenient Implement Shown In
Illustration Given Herewith How
It Is Operated.
The most convenient post-puller 1 -vigfiaSij
ever usea is mis one, wnies i.esierj
JIayfleld In Farmers Mnll and Ereeze.
On n base 2 feet long, two 2 by 0 up-l "
rights, 28 Inches long, are bolted. The
lever Is n 2 by C, nbout 0 feet long.
Eighteen Inches from one end, n holo
Handy Post Puller.
is bored, and a bolt Is passed through
uprights and lever. Two strap Irons
are bolted to the outer end of tho lev
er, as shown, with a hook on one side
and a piece of chain on tho other.
Raise the lever, put the chain around
the post and hook It, then bear down,
and up comes your post.
PROCURE BEST MILK SUPPLY
Bacteria Which Enter With Dirt From
Cow and Unclean Palls Aro
Cause of Most Trouble.
Milk sours and spoils because ot
tho bacteria which enter it with dirt
from tho cow and from pails not
thoroughly washed. Keeping thesS
bacteria out of tho milk and prevent
ing their growth by keeping tho milk
cool, are easy and efficient means of
producing the best of milk from the
family cow provided she is frco from
REMOVAL OF SURPLUS HONEY
Select Warm Day and Be Careful Not
to Smear Honey About Hlvd
or on the Ground.
(By L. HASEMAN. Unlveralty ot Ula
aourt Colfisgo ot Agriculture.)
To remove surplus h.oncy select a
warm day and work rapidly as pos
slblo so as to avoid exposing the,
honey to robber bees. Also bo careful
o avoid shilling or smearing honey
about tha hive' 4r ground as it alwuys
eaeeoragee sphblngv the most undesir
able trait of Dees. Above all, rosea
fcer to MjQva only surplus hosey an4