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FARM AND GARDEN.
Two Ways of Doing tile Same Thing I -scribed
This article is resiiectfully dedicated
to the dairymen of the country, re
marking by the way that the illustra
tion of I'eter Tuinbiedown's barn is a,
little exaggerated, but not beyond a
condition al! are liable to reach who
pursue his method. Rain from the
eaves is ccnveyinf his manure down
into the nearest ravine. This will save
hiin the lalior of carting it to the fields.
Just now the poor man is having a hard
time. There is a depression in the
barnyard where he has to walk when
coming to the barn or returning from
t. It is filled with a black solution ol
THE DKUG CLEKK'S STORY
Fact Brought Oat at the Recent Nation'
The movement :n favor of bettei
roads, which has been prosecuted with
such vigor in this country during the
past two or three years, has already
borne good fruit in several states. Un
der the law passed by the last legis
lature in Connecticut for proniotiig
pood roads about 30 have been com
l.Ieted in the state, of which 13 have
already been accepted by the str.te road
3a Talks of Headaches and Nerv
ouaness and Gives a Cure
i for Both.
From the Euning Xeict. Setrart, X. J.
It was the drug clerk's turn to tell a story
of one of his experiences, and the reporter,
eipectins soiaetiiinj pood, as nsuJ. settled
himself comfortabiy in a chair, prepared to
pive Ids undivided attention to the speaker.
The latter was Henry Muter, who resides
with his parents on Aqueduct Street, ew-
commissioners. Some To towns out of ; &rk. N. J., and who hiuius out meuicine over
the 10S in the state will probably avail
themselves soon of the provisions of
the act, which provides tliat the state
shall pay one-third the cost of a new
road, the county one-third and the
town one-third no town to expencf
more than $3,000 in one year under th
! the counter of Dr. Andrew F. Burkharut's
drug st.n-e at 271 Orange Street, this city,
i '-Perhaps I can lio n ithinp tetter," he he
i pan. "lh:;a to teil you Ibe secret ul" ray i.od
j health. It is a story that I have t-d to
munv re. eatlv. and as it resulted in pood ;a
I c:u-h" ease, it" mav he v. nh your while to
listen to it. To befin with. I was not al
! wavs "-trjr.z asJ rhit. as I a::i tow. Lorg
i WAS SURPRISED.
I A celebrated Eoropean traveler, while la
, Bt. Louis recently, was escorted throneh
one of the large shoe factories for which
that city is famous, and was greatly sston
i shed at what he saw.
; The old -way of makinz shoes, in which
one man started and completed the shoe.
has entirely chanped. ow eaca operator
does just one part toward completing the
shoe, and in going from the cutter to the
finisher's hands the shoe is handled by t0
different Deople, one-half of whom are pirls.
The jiertleman interviewed several of the
operators and found that in manufacturing
hiph grade shoes, such as is made by the
Desnovers Shoe Co., that only the test help
is employed, and they receive correspond
ingly high wages.
lhe gentleman had seen these poods in all
the large cities in this country, and was not
surprised to learn that the firm is supplv
ing tine shoes to 3,tK large dealers. He
carried an-ay a pair of their shoes with him
as a memento of his visit, and is now ad
vising his friends to buy no other.
01(10 H l,m JHH fjg
iriur rme IrivvS
z l nt ivinvi vurG over all for
t SCIATICA is
or wade through it. The latter wouhl
lie the easier way and he would con
tinue to do so were it not for the fvar
of his patient wife, Xancy, who has
said so many times: "Now, Peter, just
look at your nasty boots!" This part
year more than $73,000 altogether, lhe
law requires "a macadamized road or
cow manure. He has to drain it away I act, and the state not to spend in one hears of wori aad hai-d study had lc: l me J T nianv diversities of vice, but it
i is one never-failing effect of it to live dis
I pleased and discontented. Seneca.
in ;i wret.-'ie:l condition. Frichtiul.lll.gi.r-
kiu headaches fouud me a ready victim, and
at times I was so nervous that the droj
of the picture is not overdrawn. The when built. Many valuable and inter-
a telford or other stone road, or other j of a pin would cause me to pive a yioici.t
road that will at all seasons of the year
be firm, smooth and convenient for
travel,' the town to keep it in reiwir
"Peters" are very numerous. The rents
in his barn covering furnish plenty of
fresh air and sunshine for his cows, and
"them lxiok fellers" say these art
necessary to prevent tuberculosis. Hut
not all Peters are just like this one.
There are many grades of them.
Cows pass halt the year in the stable,
and here is where they are1 fed all the
grain they get. The quality of the
manure, of course, dcjieuds much upon
the amount of grain fed. I think any
observing farmer wouhl indorse me ir
saying that on the average where man
ure is thrown under the eaves, as ir.
Peter's case, there is easily an annual
loss of fertility by leaching as much in
value as five dollars per cow. A root
to cover the manure as represented in
one of the illustrations can be erected
for ."0 cents a cow. Now a no-cow
dairyman who throws the manure
under the eaves loses nearly 5100 a vea"
csting facts and figures connected with
the improvement of roads were brought
cut at the recent national road parlia
ment at Atlanta. The reports showed
that Massachusetts ieads in good road
making, with an annual appropriation
of $400,000 in state road building, dis
tributed tinder the direction of her
commission. New Jersey, which has
been considered the banner state for
good roads, ir. addition to many miles
of county roads, reported progressive
improvement under her state aid law,
the appropriation for which is now
SluO.ooii. In some of the states of the
e-efct. and in many states of the south,
country road building has progressed,
especially south, by the ue of convict
labor. California iuus done no road
building, lecause of the problem of
local centers of population being sepa
rated by io:ig distances of unsettled
country. New York has taken a step in
advance by the a
mission to inve
"nod roads and
intiiiciit of a iniii-
tigate tlie suojeot OI
devise some plan for
by his shiftlessness. Is not this a seri
ous leak? One might just as well throw
6o much money in the fire. Attention
is called to this matter now because
Jt is the most suitable time to get a few
logs out of the woods and have theni
manufactured Into suitable lumber for
a shed. In such case all the cash a shed
would cost would be the price of a few
nails and the sawing bill. Ordinary
dairymen have a dread of contracting
any unnecessary expense. A shed is
looked upon as involving more expendi
ture to construct than is necessary. A
man having' 24 cows and no shed re
fused to subscribe for a farm paper be
cause he "could not afford it. It is
hoped this will set some such manure- j -ort pit.aj,ure and prosperity of a peo-
The resolutions adopted by the j ar
liament at Atlanta urged the formation
rf good-roads associations in till stales
where none now exist. The agricul
tural department was commended for
the interest it has taken and the prac
tical information it has disseminated
in regard to road building. The con
struction of roads was claimed to be a
proper work for the state, alone or in
coojieration with counties, townships
and municipalities. The resolutions
favored the abolishment of the practice
of highway working in payment of tax
assessment, urged the use of wide tires
and commended the utilization of penal
labor in road construction. The par
liament, looking with disfavor upon
roadside fences, a-sked for the passage
of state laws which will protect farms
from trespass and encourage the re
moval of expensive fence lines along the
highways, where not necessary to in
close nasturaire. Congress was asked
to survey all public lauds before sale
for the establishment of the necessary j
lines of highways. j
The improvement of the public high
ways is a matter of vital interest to all j
classes and conditions of people. It I
has a very large and direct relation to i
the individual and commercial welfare J
of every community. Nothing of a ma- j
terial sort is more conducive to the corn-
start, and then 1 would be soi;:ed with a til
of trembling that was, to j ut n nuiaiy, cx
eeedinidv bthersonie. Well. 1 l.epan to
doctor nivself. Now I flatter mvselt that I
know something of ttieuhice; but with all
mv knowledge. I could liud nothing that
would eure those terrible headaches or put
I an end to :nv nervousness. When 1 picked
j up a bottle mv hand would shake ss tni ngh
i luad the chills, and if it was a powder that
! 1 w.is haiKiiing I stood a pood chance of
i sprinkling it all over these Llai k trousers,
i Tliinirs went fr-'Ui bad to v.r rse. and I soon
eaiize i that a man vi my physical condition
1 had better uot attempt to mix i!:eoicmo.
-i'rv a box of r. Williams' Pink 1'ills.'
said Dr. liurkhardt one cay: and as you
know the doctor's advi e is always worib
followinu, 1 pot the i'ink Pills anu began to
taxe them. Aladdin's lamp never perinrmed
Me wonders of thec phis. Wculd you be
lieve it? Before 1 had taken the contents of
one hox mv headache Up;rn to pive ciea
dav o:T oeeasiouallv. ami soi n it left mecn
ta'civ. How about mv nervousness! itd,
"ie i.ills put au end to that with almost
itartii'ig ahruntucss. Y- a see I knew
enu'iL-h about the business to epprei late the
immitauce of f..h..vil.C lhe pr. s. ni n,g ,
puvsii iaa's dircctir,i:. and by rayivfy-tru-t
attenti in to these piveu by lr. V il '.ams
with each U.x of Lis I'm.: Phis. I was .soon
a-.fer fcd..v. Lotk t n.e nw A pie
t;:rof health, eh f Will, that is what Dr.
Williams' rink Pills wid do for a man. era
woman, either. See. I car. hold this glass
ol water out now without spilling a di p,
but I . out hi t do that two n.i ntns ato ami
What is it, ma'in!"' Leashed asaneatiy-
! diessel wiunaaraaieuptotheciiutiter. "A
cox of Dr. Williams' Tinl; Pills'' "Yes,
' ma in, fifty cnts. please. Thank you.
; "These Pmk Pill are great things," saio.
j Mr. Maierashcr.'.rw dto tin-reporter again,
; and tiie hitler, after allhc had heard, thought
i o too.
Dr. Williams' Pink Puis contain i aJ the
i elements necessary to pive new Luc anu
richness to the blood and restore shattered
i serves. Ihevcre for sale by all dr.ipr'sts,
i or mav be had bv mail from Pr. Williams'
i Medicine Company. Schenectady, N. YIoT
i 50c. per box, or six boxes for ia0.
The Cnkindest Cut of All,
As Shakespeare says, is to poke fun or
sneer at neople who are. nervous, under the
half-belief that their complaint is imaginary
or an affectation. It is neither, hut a serious
realitv. Iuierfect digestion and assimila
tion of the food is a very common cause of
nervousness, especially that distressing
form of it which manifests itself in want of
sleep. Hostettor's Stomach Bitters speedily
remedies nervousness, as it also does ma
larial, kiilnev, bilious and rheumatic ail
ments. The" weak gain vigor speedily
through its use.
Will the new woman preacher kiss the
bridecroom or the bride when she ties the
wedding knot! Chicago Times-Herald.
Free to ""Comrades'
The lat!st photograph of Honorable J.N.
Walker. Commander-in-Chief f the G. A.
K. Write to F. H. Iviti, Quince Building,
Chicapo, and you wiil receive one free.
Tumi: are but three classes of men: the
retrograde, the stationary and the progress
Fits stopped free by Pr. Kline's Givat
Nerve llestorcr. Nolits aftertirst nay's rise.
Marvelous cures. Treatise ana $J fial bet
tie live. lr. Kiine, ; .1 Arch St.. Phila.. Pa.
wasters to thinking.
Persons who have not been on tours
of observation through dairy sections
con have but a faint idea of how ex
tensive the waste is in this respect.
It amounts to many millions of dol
lars annually in the state of New York
alone. Probably one-half of the dairy
men would plead guilty to this indict
ment. Hut there are many honorable
exceptions. Some keep their manure
under a shed cover, and the more able
liave their cow barns so constructed
that they can drive a team through
behind two rows of cows. A vehicle
is kept standing in the stable, and
when a load is obtained it is drirep
to the field and spread.. This is the
most sensible way. When the coun
try was new the soil filled with
hweei native grasses and the butter
made had a delicious flavor. By the
lax system of dairying the soil gradual
ly became depleted of fertility, the
tome grasses slowly went out and
weeds and coarse grasses came in. The
butter made now is notof as good quali
ty as formerly. A few of the l-est
dairymen, observing whence they were
drifting bv this system of deplet'on.
changed their methods, fed more grain,
especially cottonseed meal, carefully
husbanded and applied all the solid
manure made, and now the tame
presses are driving out the weeds and
other wild growth. This is farming on
right lines. It must lie understood
that most dairy lands are not tillabie.
The dairvmen .might go further now
er.d utilize the liquid manure, which
is almost wholly neglected. Galen V.'il
son. in X. Y. Tribune.
Id the Good Time Coming.
"Y'our honor." said the female attor
ney, "1 must insist that my client, Mrs.
De Fashion, cannot legally be tried by
"I'd like to know why not," said tie
"Because she has a constitutional
right to be tried only by a jury of her
peers," explained the female attorney.
"What's w rong with the jury ?" asked
the court; "they're all women."
"Y'es, your honor," said the female
attorney; "but your honor will notice
that not one of them wears a this sea
son's bonnet."' Puck.
A Matrimonial Offer.
She was a blonde, and her hair was
gradually coming out of curl. lie was
a brunette, and wore a wide-brimmed
hat. and an expression of great emo
tion. They were enjoying the free
ozone of the Oak Cliff park, and were
thinking each other's thoughts. John
nie Chaffie came along.
"Mister, have you a match?" he in-
"Not quite. I'm trying' niy best to,
make one." was the brunette's calm re
ply. Texas Sifter.
Nothing Like Friendnhlp.
First Sweetthing Is it true that you
love Dick Dashleigh? Tell me, dear,
Second Sweetthing Well, then, in
at once a disgrace to them and a severe confidence, dear, I do love him, dc-
I Die than wide, smooth and well-kept
roads and streets.
The subject of giod roads has recent
ly taken firm hold in the public mind,
and advance steps to secure improve
ment in this important direction have
been taken in many sections both of
this and neighlioring states. It does
indeed begin to look as if the people had
determined to no longer remain con
tent with thoroughfares which were
tax upon all their forms of industry.
They have lieen slow to move in the
matter, but now that they have, we be
lieve that the work will lie done thor
oughly and right. Christian Work.
First Sweetthing (aside) That set
tles it! I'll accept the proposal he
made me last nightl Town Topics.
Force of Habit.
Bicycle Manufacturer Where am I?
Nearest Arge.l Why. this is Ileaven.
An open-headed tree grows the finest j it delightful?
ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
A low-headed tree gives less purchase
to the wind.
In setting out an orchard set all of
a variety together.
Apply manure broadcast, or theroots
will soon grow out beyond it.
The best time to hape the heads of
trees is while they are young.
A dead limb is a source of disease
and also shows a lack of vitality.
Unbleached wood ashes make one of
the very best fertilizers to use on straw
berries. It is not a good plan to set out an
orchard without first thoroughly pre
paring the ground and seeing that it
is reasonably rich.
One good treatment to keep out bor
ers and destroy bark lice is to wash
the tree thoroughly with strong soft
soap water, using one gallon of soft
soap with two' gallons of water. St,
It's very pleasant. But. I say (looking
about critically) you ouht to have bet
NT.w York. March 1. lol
The old canes should be ca off the
racpbeiTy bushes in order to give the
joung cane a better stand to grow.
Convict an Koad Builders.
We need better roads. Why we have
so long been blind to the economy of
good roads is a question that passes
understanding, for we usually are not
a people that are "penny wise and
pound foolish." In South Carolina the
system of working and building roads
by convict labor is giving eminent sat
isfaction and in other states the same
idea is taking root.' It has many things
to recommend it, principally that it
gives us what we much need without
interfering with the labor of honest
men as is the case under the abomin
able "contract system." The sight of
a "chain gang" at work on the public
highways is not an edifying one, per
haps, but it is certainly better than
taking bread out of honest men's
children's mouths in order to keep the
convicts at work. Farm Xewa.
-.TT:.K-K.tivc steers t i 0 4t
COTTON -MiO'llinp "N't
Kl.nl1 it -Winter Wheal 3 5J u.
WiiKAT No. I Bard &
OUtX -No. J
OATS No. 2 'S
i'OKK-New .Mess 10 M o
ST. LOUIS. .
fOT PON -M iddling
bEKVES Kancy steer 01 (,t
Me1ium 3 'i (T
HOG.S Kair t.S-lect- 3 ii
rHKHl Kair to-Choice 8 S il
Kani-v to Kxtra do... 2 TS .'ft
WIIKAT No. Sited. Winter &
i ofiN No.2 Mixed 26!''l
OATS Xo. g .., ' l
UVK-No.i. ..; .... 3? '4
1'OUACC'O laws 3W (
U-af. Hurley '1 '
Hl'TTKK fboire Dairyr ! fiS
l'Ultlv Standard Mesa (New) U
UACOX Clear Uio
LtAKl) lriiue siearn 5 U
l llll AOO
i Z no
C ATT LK Shipping S SO
H KiS-'air tul h 'iie 3 7 (ft
S11KE1 rairlo Choice 2 -t ei
K1.UCK Wilder r.in.u'.s 3:il i&
Sunlit; raluals 3 10 :i
WHEAT No. 2 -priui! '
No. Sited W!
V'OICX N... 2 -si
1'UUlv .Mess (new) 0 a ."
CATTLKSUippinii. Steers. .. 3 25 ih 4 25
IIO'JS A!l lifaaes 3 4r ft$ 3
WHEAT X 2 Ited 73
UATs Xo. 2 MSkl I.
COllS So. 2 23 2:-
FMH.'R-Hlirh Grade 3 70 n
lXi;N-Xo. 2 34 &
UATS-Wesiern 2 t -
HAY Choice ,
P UtK Xi Mess 'lb
BaCON sides to
WHEAT -Xo. SKed. 73 H . ..
COKX No.2 Mixed
OATS No. 2 Mixed 22W9 fv.
POKK New Mess. 10 W ki 10 ,. ;
BACON -Clear Kib Ato
COTTON Middling U t
As-rnr. mind must govern the hands, so
in every society the men of intelliiteuce
must the man of labor. Johnson.
Foil Coi";ns, Asthma axd Taao.vT Dis
ru:oi:K. use "7nicH'. Brimchinl 'Jrttclitn."
Sold only in boxes. Avoid imitations.
Fathpi: "She is a beautiful siuper, my
son." Son "Yes. she is. father, but she
doesn't sing beautifully.'' Wrinkles.
Beei ham's imlls fur constipation ldeand
IV Get the book (free, at J our ilriiptiist s
and go by it. Annual sales b.UU0,oou uoxes.
He "Do von find vour tviewriter a
help!'' She "Yes, indeed! Why, I have
been siguftig checks with it." Life.
liso"s Cure for Consumption is an A No. 1
Asthma medicine. V. K. Williams, Ad
aix h, 1U., April U, 1
Satan" as a master is bad; his work much
Worse ; his wages worst of all. Fuller.
and is the result of colds snd
sudden climatic changes
It csn be cared by s pleasant
remedy which i applied di
rectly into the noatrlla. Be
in(;oIckly auaorbedit gives
relief at once.
F'v's Cream Ba m
U ackcowledqed to be the ll,,A!??lf25
Kauai Catarrh, Cold in Head and Haj FeTer c-r all
fmrAm. It ODens and cleanaea the msal pawages,
X. ptin .XnWon 'h. P
tecta the membrane from coldtores the ns
oftLteandamell. PriceSOc. ?Zr?jr
KLX BKOTHEB3, M Warren street, ew
"Big as a Barn Door7
For 5 cents you get almost as
much "Battle Ax" as you do of
other high grade goods for J 0 cents
Before the days of "Battle Ax''
consumers paid 10 cents for same
quality Now, "Battle Ax" j
Highest Grade, 5 cents That's n
true economy i
T , ( a. , I, ) i t 1 ii i I a aaM. N-BaH
f . I I a a. n aaaaaa I I I I I 1 MaM -a-- ill aaaMai
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2Q S3 42 SO. or B8 inches high. Quality and workmanship the tcst.
Nothina on the market to compawith it. Write for full mform.Uon,
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THE CHICAGO RECORD offers 110.000 in 889 cash prizes for the 8
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