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ERS KNOW US TOO WELL
aEsy to Decelve Ourselves, but the
Rest of the World Is Gener
ally Too Wise.
Senator Pomerene has a happy
ack of driving home a statement
th an epigram.
At a luncheon Senator Pomerene
-described a would-be literateur.
"Thanks to whisky and strong
cigars," he said, "the poor fellow has
failed to make good. He earns a pre
carious living by newspaper work.,
but, though he is 50 now, none of the
wondrous novels and thrilling stories
that he used to prate about have ap
"And yet, in his shabby apartment,
over a bottle of cheap liquor and a
box of cheap cigars, he will boast by
- the hour-poor, gray, wrinkled duffer
-of his unfinished MSS. Oh, they
will appear yet! Yes, he will yet 11
lumine the world with the light of his
Senator Pomerene sighed and con
"Ah, if we could deceive others as
eailly as we deceive ourselves, what
agputations we'd all have, to be sure!"
DREW THE LINE.
Mrs. Wood B. Swelle-Do you care
br pate de tole gras?
Old Man Newriche-No. ma'am, I
w the line on grass. Baled.hay
foods are my limit!
Probably Prize Grouch.
A groashy butcher, who had watch
the price of porterhouse steak
,mb the ladder of fame, was deep
, the throes of an unusually bad
',j sh when a would-be customer, 8
_ u old, approached him and handed
- ePmse, mister, I want a cent's
t of sausage."
TuTrliag on the youngster with a
be let forth this burst of good
'io t mell o' the hook."-New Or
Sult Her Own Home.
Spes Pranes Lyon of Wetwood has
distineta of being the only
In Neo England who lives in
Stetmly built with her own
. Mine s Dess cgs to a lub
membs are practicing the doe
Wa dtck Wte4i m. Tbe
Ul(to to membbso sad
ts to the amount of $,50
wet T ere of trmnl ihad aot
19M Westwoed. Rach member
Sbed to one acre and the bal
- the land is held in common to
to any member who wishes
farming on a larger scale.
Herr to Se Under Water.
i.sa6 oscietlo instrument of
'sWere" eharacter which enables
In ae down to 60 or 0 test under
Wmn the saun shines vertical
, ater, a box or bucket with a
Sioften used to look
- ate. A cloth coverb l to
lible t from the box or bucket
employed. But without
er some other light in the wre
devios are not very satle
S The Kind.
did they succeed in catching
lIth a fy detective."
.It oft our so-called good inter
arem base imitatlons.
- peed ave Final Rolef.
di..sees start in the alimee
enasl-stomach and bowels.
great dal of our stomach aad
troubles come from eating too
starchy and Wgreay food.
stomach does not digst anay
trehy food we eat-white
,potatoes, oats, etc.
things are digested In the small
and if we eat too much, as
of us do, the organs that should
this kind of food are overeome
of qrk so that fermenta
toan, and a lea train of
meHk fat aso is harl to dinast
is changed Into ailds sour
blchins gs, asd a loated.
esditlona a change from
oods to OraleNuts will
'USd In noat emry reieving
bkt In buldig up a
-idgstsa. elear brain and
- arves. A WUash woman
lye years ago I ufreed
staunc-da.,ep s, indgee
Mustlpation-cased, I know
mo overeating mareh and
A Sor two years withaout
The doetor told me there
a refor me I ould not eat
bgan to e it. In see thas
I began to eel better and
of two months I was a we
. have been ver smne.
Sanythig I wish with
We eat Grap-Nts ad
itraist e aem very
Crm hM, . t
e twe boo, 'The Red'
ROUND DAIRY STABLE
In Many Respects More Desir
able Than Other Styles.
Among Other Things Has Special Ad
vantage In Work of Distributing
Silage to CowsCircular Con
(By W. J. PRASER.)
The round barn has a special ad
vantage in the work of distributing
silage to the cows. Feeding com
mences at the chute where it is thrown
down and continued around the circle
ending with the silage cart at chute
again ready for the next feeding.
The same is true in feeding hay and
Anoa ar great advantage is the
large, lobstructed haymow. With
the sturstsprting root there are no
timbers vwtmser obstructing the
mow, whih means no dragging of
t hay around or over posts or girders.
The hay carrier runs on a circular
track around the mow, midway be
tween the silo and the outside wall
and drops the hay at any desired
point, which means the saving of
The circular construction is the
strongest because it takes advantage
of the lineal instead of the breaking
strength of the lumber. Each row of
boards running around the barn forms
a hoop that holds thq barn together.
Any piece of timber is many times
stronger on a lineal pull than on a
All eposed surfaces of a round barn
ar eireular, as both the sides and
roof are arched, which is the strong
Showing All Rafters In Place and
Method of Sheathing of Roof of Round
set form of construction to resist wind
pressre. Beside, the wind in strik
lag it glances of. and can get no di
rect hold on the walls or root as it
can on the fiat side or gable ends of a
square r rectangular structure.
If the lumber is properly placed In
a round barn much of it will perform
two or more functions. Every row
of sidlng-boards running around the
building serve also as a brace and
the same is trua of the root-boards
and the arhed raters. If the siding.
Is put on vertically and the roof built
domehsape, o scaffoldnag is required
nside or out. These are polnts
of ecoaomy in the round construr
Anether item of economy in the
eireular barn Is 3m finmiag lumber.
This form has the stronget possible
eostrstion 'with the least lum
ber In the frame and the least bracing,
act'a single timber larger than a IaS
beg required above the silL The
arched eenular root requires no sup
port, and no scafoldlng s needed tn
side during its eoastruetion. n eom
parinag the S04oot round barn with a
rectangular bars of the same area, the
two bare shaould aford the cows the
same amoit of pace on the platform.
Allowing each aw in the G-foot round
barn three feet six inches in width
CULTURAL METHODS TO IMPROVE TOBACCO
I, The Temato or Tobacco Worm; 2, in its Sleeping Stafe; 3, Finally Se
conme the Sphinx Moth.
I Although the average annual pro
I duction of tobacco in the United
I States reaches nearly one billion
popend, for which the farmer receives
about $1.00000,0, the set profit to
the farmer is much smaller than it
heald be Amon the principal
muses for small profts from such an
Ihportst erep are hallure to follow
sound cultural methods, uem of un- I
adapted varieties or strains, damage
by basets andn disease, and tImp
feet knowledge of the principles that
apply t the s oesseus of curin, hr
meeting sad handling the lea. To
remey these coaditlons the Depart
meat of Agriculture in 138 begas to I
investigate the improvement of to
baeo p -rdnetlo
bEerts to Intredue the growing of
a higherade cigar filler lest bfm Cu
ban seed in the southern states have
demuustrated that this Industry can
be made a sucoues A satisfactory I
substitute for the imperted Sumatra i
wrapper lest has resulted by growing
Sumatra and Cuban types under artl- I
filal shade, sad n 1911 over 2.000 I
Demamd for ulbs'
Werking mules are in sged demand.
Mule values alone have Jumped in the
last two years from $25140,000 to
$42,064u.000, according to the Phila
delphia Record, a sum greater than
the estimated value of all the auto
mobies In the country, including ma- t
chines costing $100,000.000 that are I
now on the scrap heap. With these
figures before them, breeders and
dealers are perhaps warranted i bold- 1
ims 5 the ballet that witha el ag
Eat the rear of the platform, it will
accommodate 40 cows and leave space
for two passageways. But, in a
rectangular barn only three feet four
Inches platform space need be allowed
for each cow and the 78%-foot barn.
with two three-foot passageways
across it for convenience in feeding,
will accomodate 42 cows. While the
rectangular barn has stall-room for two
I more cows, the round barn contains
space in the center for a silo 18 feet
The complete bills for materials for
these barns show the exact saving in
lumber on the 60-foot round barn over
the plank and mortise frame rectan
gular barns, 36x78% feet.
The lumber bills of the rectangular
barn show an increase in cost of 28
per cent for the plank frame and 54
per cent for the mortise frame. The
round barn, 60 feet in diameter, cor
tains 188%, and the rectangular barn
225 lineal feet of wall.
The 90-foot round barn would hold
100 cows in two rows, headed together,
65 of which would be in the outer
circle and have three feet six inches
each in width at the gutter. This
leaves suffcient room for feed alleys
rand walks and two passageways, one
three feet and the othe- seven feet
wide for the manure and feed carrier.
2 All of this is outside of the central
space for a silo 20 feet in diameter
and 71 feet high, with a capacity of
620 tons of silage and in the mow
there would still be an excess above
the capacity of the rectangular bar
of 33,000 cubic feet, which would hold
66 tons of hay or as mbch as the an
tire mow of a barn 31x36 feet with
In the final summing up of the cost
of all the material for the completed
dairy barns with silos show the say
s ing from 34 to 58 per cent in favor
of the round barn and Pilo, or an act
ual money saving of f"tm $379 to $1,
184, depending upon the size and con
struction of the barn.
Thoughtless men go or building rect
angular barns, but waat would this
reckless disregard of a possible say
ing of 34 to 58 per aent mean in a
year's business on the farm? If the
dairymen discarded the idea of a
rectangular barn and built a round
barn instead, with the money thus
saved he could buy one of the best
pure bred sires for his herd, and also
from three to ten pure-bred heifers
I or flne-grade cows. Either of these
I purchases might double the profit of
the herd, or this saving properly ap
plied, would purchase many labor-sav
ing devices, which would make life
less of a drudgery on many dairy
Foods Necessary for Hogs.
Pigs, and, in fact. all hogs, should
have ready access at all times to salt
and ashes. Charred corn cobs are al
The reason why hogs so eagerly de
your coal, ashes. rotted wood and
such material is because they do not
have, while in close confinement, the
material their system demands. At
large they root such material from
The farmer who grows Npe ral sp
ply of roots for his ogs seldom has
much troable from the ordinary di
eases o wMll Awe are subjeet.
Sweet Potatoes for Cows.
In the south it is found that sweet
potatoes fed to cows in conneetmon
with cottonsed meal and wheat bran
will produce more milk than when
sorghum sllage is subetituted for
sweet potatob. Even at the rate of
140 pounds of sllag to 100 pounds of
acree of such tobacco (worth $2.000..
000) were grown under shade in the
Connectncut valley. The Cuban bulk
method of ermeating has been sue
ceseully Inatredued lnto northern
elgar-tobuco distrlcts, resulting In a
mere uniform and better product.
Substantial Improvements In the
methods of curing are now being In.
troduced, notably In the use of arti
ficial heat In ecring cigar tobaccoe,
thau elIminating the loss from pole
sweat. Poor burning quality in cigar
tobuh os readers them of little
value. This subjet has been thor
eashly investsated and the principal
inftuaehln factors have been worked
Stfetry methods have been de
vised for controllingta most of the Im
portant insects that attack tobacco,
partlarly those damaging .he crop
during the rowing period. Tobacco
is also subject to a number of de
structive maladles such as the Mo
saic disease, which occurs throughout
the world, and the root-rot. The tl
lustratlon shows a tobacco worm.
the hor et e of bdness It will keep
the motor ears busy to catch up with
the long-eared hybrids, whose tor
notes so resemble their own.
It Is beeomahg pretty wll knows
that molasses s a good and cheap feed
for cows. There Is a great deal of
vile siff en the market in the shape
of patented stoak foods which are al
hlegd to neasta moesm , but whihl
I are t an tper sy
Forthat"makes i the •
baking better." I
It leavens the I
t food evenly t
I throughbout; pus. I
it up to airy light
ess makes it de
S lightfullty appetiz
ing and wbolesome.
met is moderate in o
3 price-highest in 5
CIlme 't take aor
smve moser TLamm-es.
I . musd s e Pe"d ep..benie
Just eenar -- sodspanred fr D li
into tsee !" he elaimed
rbnSaped the Wet rt of iment.
The worst things are the 1a.etlons
rubbang the seat of pnIshment,
"what wouldn't I have got if I had
SKIN DISEASE ON FACE
Barthell, Ky.--"I had a sklin disease
on my taeo neck and hands that toin
mented me all the time and when I
would get hot the places would burn
o that I had to keep my face wet in
qold ater. It began as pimples and
indeed it was disfiguring, for it would
get In spots on my ifaee and hands uas
large as a quarter of a dollar. It would
get into blisters sometimes and I sure
did suffer. My face burned all the
time. It was this way so bad for
about six years end I tried everything
that I could hear of, but nothing did
"One day I found the Cutlcura 8oap
and Ointmnent advertised and ordered
some at once. I would wash my fae
good with the Cuticura oap and then
apply the Cuticura Ointment and they
have cared me. It would take half a
tablet to tell all I suffered In those six
years." (Stined) Mrs. Della Hill,
Jan. 2, 1212.
Cuticura 8osp and Ointment sold
thraouhout the world. 8ample of each
free, with 3t-p. 8kin Book. Address
Dpesirl "'CutirWr Dept. I Bosten."
S Many Like Tribbl.
"Tribbles is a discontented fellow. I
don't believe he ever knows what he
"Oh, yes. He knows what he wants.
What makes him discontented is the
fact that he also knows he can't get
A Change 4
8heMr. Scrapplgton and his wife
were riding In their auto yesterday
when it skidded and they tell out.
He-Well, that was a little variety
for them Usually their tllingl out
talkes place at home.
CAITORIA a ete end sure remeer r
aInhra and childrenm, and see tha t It
la Ue IPer Over L.
Cilirg Cry for loR her's OustorIs
Deat has about- yorrse; jel
thers late dng It for yes.
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"Why do ships have needle guns?
"To thread their way with, stupid.'
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Childre
teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamu
tion. allays paio.cures wind col ic,m a bottle."
Some folks calculate to get on hi
the world upon the shoulders of othe
Constipation causes and aggravates man
serious diseases. It is thoroughly cureil b
D)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favori
family laxative. Adv.
If a newly wedded man has no se
crets from his wife it is rather hart
on the other women he might have
married, but didn't.
TO DRIVE O'T MALARIA
D A Hl B1LD UP Till M
o eO the ld Staul a eKOV'nn T I
IHILL t'lNIC. Too know what yoea ar. taktng
urL formta is plainly prlinted on verlr bttl
s ltowin s it as simply uoinoe and Imn in a taSt-;e..
form, and the sast erfe.ltual forml. )ut sruol
people sad eh ldren. cents. Adr.
"Daughter.nI heard suspicious sounds
on the veranda last evening."
"Was that young man kissing yot
or swatting mosquitoes?"
No thoughtful person uses liquid blue. It's i
pinch of blue is & large bottle of water. Ask foi
d Crosu bll iaetban blue tht's adll blue.Ad
Patience-i see the suffragettei
have come out against the secret hal
Patrice--Yes, women, as a rule, pre
I.CH Rre.;led hi 30 Misses..
Wooluor s Sanitary Lotion for e ll kinds a
contagious Itch. At Druggits. Adve.
A bluff, consequential gentlema,
from the south, with more beef on hia
bones than brain in his head. riding
along the Hamilton road, near tc
Blantyre, asked a herdboy on the
roadside, in a tone and manner evio
dently meant to quiz, if he were "half.
way to Hamilton?" "Man," replied the
boy, "I wad need to ken whar ye hao
come frae. afore I could answer your
Truth About Old Age.
George F. Baer, the famous Phila.
delphla railroad man, said on hi.
"I agree with Professor Metchnikotl
about the wisdom of the old. Profes
sor Osler made it fashionable to de
cry gray hairs, but my experience has
been that the old not only possess
wisdom, but they seek it also."
With a smile Mr. Baer added:
"The only people who think they
are too old to learn are those who
really are too young."
Was Fun to Choose.
A number of drivers of racing cars
yho were in Louisville to participate
in the motor races were present at a
luncheon in honor of one of the lead.
inf contestants, who told several au
"But my best story," said the racer,
"is about a taxicab chauffeur. Thi
man was diacharged for reckles drirv.
ing and so became a motorman on a
"As he was grumbling over his fall
en fortunes a friend mid:
"'Oh, what's the matter with you?
Can't you rn over people Just as
much as every
" 'Yes,' the ex-chauffeur replied. 'but
formerly I could pick, and choose.'"
Lady Duff Gordon, at a tea at the
Ritz-Carlton, praised the pannier
"Everybody likes It, It is so graceu
ful," she said, smiling. "Everybody
likes it except crusty old fellows"
She turaed to a ren ty old fellow
upon a Louis 8ese chair beside her
"I know a woman whose husband
growled at her when she tried on a
new pannier gown for hiem:
"'I don't see why yoa wear tbose
r dlculonus big panniers.. You have't
got the hip to fill them.'
"The wom an blushed and bit her lip.
Then she maid quietly:
"'Bunt do yo fill your nsilk hat.
Nesmpapers and LiterVu lo.
All this over emphasis of the un
meaning surface is due to a confusibn
of newspaper and literary standards.
ends, aims. The word literary has come
to asuggest an absence of red-blood;
spinners and knitters in the sun; the
5 cent magaine crowd: thlis Is non
sensicale of course. In its elemental
meaning literature is at leat u stern
a Jab as Journalism. albeit the inten.
tion and function of the latter is mere.
ly to present things that happen, of
the former to volatilize such material
Into hovering and potent meanings to
strike the rock and raise a spirit that
Paid Minister In Tinfoil.
The meaest man in the world has
ben foud. He is the man who gave
the Rev. Thlo Gore, pastor of the
;erman Lutheran church, an envelope
lied with tinfoil for marrying him.
The bride and groom rang Dr.
lore's doorbell late one night and
asked him to marry them. As they
bad a license, he did so. After the
eremony wu performed the man
landed the minister an envelope
whlch wu supposed to contain the
tee. He found it contained nothing
ut several pieesa of tiafol.--Chicago
Dolng Hhi Part.
"What part ae you taklin in the
_ar on ldies?"
"I do sentry duty at the breakfast
able over the milk pitcher every
"1 see where Smith went to the
"Real r herman's '.ck
ds for Duke's Mixtur '~'i'ol.ers"
Good tobacco and a gr 1 -,t y a lucky
on combination for the angler--.. re' t1,. '. ,u can
have them both.
, Ligge 4 Mgers at Durham, N. C.
Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated
or tobacco for Sc than the big ounce and half sackof
an Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you
is get a book of cigarette papers FREE.
ng Get a Good Fiehirg Red Free
to ysang the Coupons now packed in Lpggeist dlJy Duke's
he ," iture. Or, if you don't want a reel-get any one of the hundreds
vi- of other articles. In the list you will And something for every
f memb of the mily. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves,
hecameras, watches, toilet articles, ete.
ae These handsome presents cost you
ar nothing-not one cent. They simply
express our appreciation of your
Remember-you still get the eam
S big oe and a hal ounce sack for Ls
la -orh to rol man ciasettes.
gs ,Nesm ameered m
-Se en.*, aue - 1ir -ed emer s
Ltr dgme ed eselm ofpresseaes b
SIRE- Sim d s s ye
as m "rw tdb.ar s
lheo( nt n p
.00 00 $4.00 4 5m .00
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• W.J.Deqb,,mhdsmisnebmmp P.U &4aeshm e
haim m ethr mamsm--r l foe welM.
ut Te STANDARtD OP QUALITY PeO OwV 0 as AMrS.
Tle wem adi wk m made W. L Denles soes fames tfei wM
er l msil-ind I ewvery pek.
Ask yer desler stewy s W.L Deugls leste s et s s .. or and ldwlr
,warneeis e .short ranps weh msob the feet leek emaser, peleis e a
Aee stlstdehed byy s m Alo. A e . sesse teamle w t.i
ar hmme sed. W.LD hs sees a homebek weee oewwhws
N y esuM visbit W. L D lage. f ei,.w ie . s M.,eie., Yss.,i a
Le- fy ewesem how wlub . e.es. we mnder ye.n weml theA e
ly deraeu ahy fsere wemseLtt blee.r, -leek -eer, held etheir .-- a
wer leg othm n othser afor the pie. eeers
Nothong more thea the fact that he of *f
"Haet you anything gaidnst Tim
e APITAL. STeai- eo* *e.e
Paradoleal MiB erteit hir ria Fe.a i w F u s .- ,mU i L]eue
'These is nothing ln this place but
"Juet my hard lrck." D
Hair drfing Manacuuir
to possess any of the qualities ot a
boomerang. PALE SYSTEU e Seek. Ar
"I want you to pay down." cy i
i blue Is a wek solution. AvoM S. Wl 3 •.I
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