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GOOD EONEY I?Li. .
X. H. Duff Conaldrra Eokiia .a Clove
ExfceUeat for Dtri, for Teed
and fr Seed.
ou can great Iv improve vuax Honey
Bow in your locality, by putting out
honey plants, those that also are use
ful or ornamental, besides the honey
they produce. Perhaps the best honey
bearing plants and trees are those that
are good for other purposes as well.
The most abused'and misrepresented,
and the best honey-plant that irrows,
is bokhara clover. What I know
about bokhara clover is from my own
experience, having thoroughly" test
ed its usefulness not only for honey,
but for food and seed. Bokhara is
an immense seeder, and will produce
ten bushels of seed per acre under or
dinary conditions. This seed has a
ready market at wholesale seed houses
at from six to ten cents per pound,
and usually is retailed to growers at
from 15 to 20 cents per pound. That
bokhara is a good feed for stock I
can testify, having used it myself.
This clover, like alfalfa, stock do not
naturally take to. as they do to some
grasses, especially such grasses as
grow in the middle and eastern states,
where timothy, blue grass and red
clover abound. Stock there will usu
ally go around it just as they will
alfalfa, if alfalfa grew there as it
does here. This being true, and from
the fact that bokhara spreads and
grows spontaneously on road sides,
has given the impression to some peo
ple that it is only a worthless weed,
and for the want of proper investiga
tion and thorough testing it is thus
If I were planting trees for both
honey and other uses. I would plant
linden or "basswood," as it usually is
called, and also catalpa. The linden
is very valuable for its white, fine
grained wood, and, as a shade tree,
scarcely has an equal. ' The catalpa
is noted for its everlasting posts, and
in this regard it is said to have no
equal. It also is a beautiful shade
tree and both the foliage and the blos
soms are very ornamental. A. H,
Duff, in Farmers Voice.
HANDY STABLE CABINET.
ilce War of Keeping; Bolt lea,
Brnataea, Contu. ' Straps cad
Other Little Seceaaarlea.
Many a' stable could be kept more,
tidy, and much valuable time saved
during the year, if a cabinet was in
some handy position for the keeping
of bottles, brushes, ootnbs, cloths,
sponges,, buckles, pieces... of, straps,
etc. , One may readily be made by fix
ing to the wall or on a'starid 'a dry
goods box of the required shape and
size. A convenient height is to have
CABINET FOR STABLE.
It fastened or rest about five feet
from the floor. If screwed to the side
of the barn, the open top will become
the side. Tut in shelves, compart
ments, straps, as tool holders, etc. To
close the box, a drop-leaf side is put
on by hinging at the bottom and
fastening supporting straps from the
upper corner of the box to the outer
corner of the leaf. This will make a
table before the closet when open. If
this is not desired, put a screw eye In
aoch upper corner, connect with a
wire and hang over the wire a thick
cloth for a cover. J. L. Irwin, in
Farm and Home.
FOOD AFFECTS WOOL.
Why It la Important to Provide Sheep
with Proper Xoorlahment tbe
Year AroamiL. : .
A bulletin of the Michigan station,
says: The strength of the weakest
place in the fiber decides the strength
of the. whole fiber.. So far as the
writer has been able to discover there
is no special ration, which, if fed to
sheep, will -produce wool of ' great
strength, nor can we. at "any time,
say that any special ration is to be
' recommended to produce a large
quantity of wool. It has often been
observed that sheep and lambs that
have been on full feed for long peri
ods shear heavy fleeces of wool.
This would indicate that any ration
calculated to keep the sheep in a
thrifty condition would be a suitable
one for growing large quantities of
wool. From what we have said above,
the wool grower will understand that
it is highly desirable to provide the
sheep proper nourishment through
out the year, permitting no periods
of neglect to intervene to destroy the
strength of the fibers of the fleece.
Liberal and judicious feeding does not
change the quality of the wool, but
it does affect the strength and the
quantity of the wool produced by a
given sheep. The weight of wool pro
duced is affected both by increasing
the length of fiber and by increasing
the amount of yolk and natural oil
in the fleece. '
Never allow capacity . to interfere
with quality; but when you can secure
capacity and perfect, grinding in a
mill that's the one to buy.
Always select,. .Jpi4-that wil1 admit
of 4ne largest amount of power being
Applied directly to the grinding.
This la an .excellent recipe and well
Put into a clean pan half a pound of
butter and let it melt. Next add one
and one-half pounds of brown sugar,
three-quarters of a pound of golden
sirup, and a tcaspooun:! each of water
and lemon juice.' Boil steadily, stirring
it well. When it is seen to be thicken
ing have ready a cup of clean cold wa
ter. Let a few drops of the toiTee drop
into the water; let it remain tor about
four seconds; then lift them out and
see if it will snap oft quite crispy when
broken. If not continue to boil until it
dees. When cooked enough pour out
on to buttered plates or tins, end let re
main till cold. Tbe tire must not be too
fierce, and the toffee must be well
stirred. St. Louis (i lobe-Democrat.
Why She Didn't.
They were discussing the robbery of
an adjoining flat.
'I saw the robber myself." said the
one in gray.
"You saw him!" exclaimed the one in
"Yes. I saw him from my window
rummaging around in the dining-room
while Mrs. Blifkins was busy in the
front of the house."
"Was there no way that you could
"Ye-es. I might have run over and
called her attention to it. I suppose, but
I couldn't exactly bring myself to do it.
You coe, I called last and it's her turn
to call on me." Chicago Post.
How She Did It.
Madiscn That was an odd wcgex
Yar. Amsterdam made with his wife.
Lexington What was it?
Madison lie bet she coulOn't walk
five blocks up the avenue without look
ing back to see what seme other woman
Lexington Did he win the bet?
Lexington Then his wife must be a
woman of iron resolution.
Madison Xot necessarily. She walked
backward. X. Y. Truth.
"I have good reason to be," said the
young man, when they ashed him why
lie was so sr.d. "You know I appeared
at the Fadley-Smarton bail as a fif
teenth century Englishman?"
"And to make sure that I would be
correctly reported I had my olTice boy
send an item to the papers. And he
abbreviated it so it came out that I
was in the character of a 15-cent Eng
lishman." Indianapolis Journal.
-i' Ecsr Salad.
Cut six hard-boiled eggs in halves.
Rub the yolks to a smooth paste with
a little melted butter, some cayenne
pepper, a bit of mustard 'and vinegar.
Fill the hollow whites with this and
serve upon n bed .of chopped cresses
wifh salad dressing. Lettuce or white
cabbage may be used instead of cresses.
Mistake, with Variations.
"What! You marry again? The
same old mistake?"
The divorcee gestured deprecatlpgly.
"O, not at all." she replied with much
earnestness. "I shan't make the same
mistake again. I assure you. Why. I
said a', the time I'd never hae another
green wedding as long as I livetl.'V-De-troit
Declined w1tn Thanka.
Ee Do you think marriages are made
She Well, I don't know; but I guess
yours will have to be if you ever get
People who saw him one minute later
thought that he was trying to catch a
train. Cleveland Leader,
The Discreet Dor.
First Boy Have you told your moth
er about that square of glass you broke
Second Boy Xo: I'm waitfng until
just before dad gets home. Marm makes
it a no i nt to look pood teuinered when he
comes hame. Boston Transcript.
Hisa Froetor'a Tonthfal Critics.
Miss Mary Proctor,, the astronomer and
lecturer, takes a deep interest in social set
tlement work in the big cities, and frequent
ly gives her personal services toward enter
taining pc it children and adults. Generally'
her lectures are very well received. Many
of her audiences often manifest better at
tention than thote drawn from higher cir
cles. Now and then there are exceptions.
On one occasion a bright-eyed little bov who
(at in the front row with his eyes fixed upon
the speaker was askedbow he liked it. "I
guefs," he said, "it was pretty good, but she
ought to talk about lions and tigers. That's
better for everybody." At another lecture
a youngster criticised her as follows: "It's
all very well to talk of weighing and meas
uring stars. There ar some people, of
course, who believe that sort of thing, but if
she thinks she can fool ss boys with such
fairy tale she's very much mistaken."
Try Craln-O! Try Gratn-O!
AskyourGrocerto-daytoshow you a pack
age of GRAIX-O, the new food'drink that
takes the place of coffee. Children may
drink it without injury, as well as adults.
All who tryit like it. GRAIX-O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but is made
from purecTams, and the most delicate stom
ach receives it without distress, i the price of
coffee. 13c. and 25c. per package. Ail grocers.
Tbe Only Complaint.
"What kind of a climate have vou here?"
"It's fine." answered the resident. "The
only trouble is that the weather gets dis
couraged and quits too soon. The summers
are too short to produce bananas and pine
apples, and the winters aren't long enough
to raise polar bears." St. Louis Globe
Democrat. Jell-O, The Xtw Deaaert,
pleases all the family. Four flavors: Lem
on, Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry. At
your grocers. 10 cts. Try it to-day.
Miss Rocksey "The count says he win
die if I don't marry him. Do you think a
broken heart ever results fatally?" De Sin
nick "Xo, but starvation does." Town
To Care Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails tocure. 25c
"This month I celebrate my twenty
fourth birthday." "That's odd so do I."
"But I celebrate mine for the first time."
Carter's Ink la the
best ink that can be made. It costs you DO
more than- poor stuff Dot fit to write with.
It very often happens that a man's com
manding presence gets him no greater hon
ors through life than to be marshal of the
day at a coufcty fair. Atchison Globe.
The stomach has to work hard, grinding
the food we crowd into it. Make its work
easy by chewing Beeman's Pepsin Gum.
A great, big, overgrown book agent al
ways looks as if he ought to be at some
thing else. Washington Democrat.
Pctxam Fadeless Dtes do not stain the
hands or spot the kettle. Sold by all drug
gists. Few delights can equal the mere presence
of one whom we trust utterly. George Mae-donald.
Hall'a Catarrh Cure
It a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c.
Wisdom has an op-hill fight against a
fool. Chicago Daily Xews.
A Very Bad Combine
is that of
A Very Bad Sprain
A Very Black Bruise
It often happens,
but jutt as often
New Tork. Oct.
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COT! ON Middling i
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OATS No. 2
Cows and Heifers.
CALVES per I'JCrt ,
HOGS Fair to Choice
SHKEP Fair to Choice
FLOUR Patents (new
WHEAT No. 3 Red.. ......
CORN No. 2 .........
OATS No. 2.
HAY Caxr Timothy
SUTTER Choice Dairy... -
BACON CI"ir. Rib.-,.,
FOR K Standard Messl ne w)
LARJJ Choice Stpam
t-ATTI E Native Steers....
HOGS Fair to Choice
SHEEP Fair to Choice
TLOCK Winter Wheat
WHEAT No. 3 Spring
No. 2 Red.........
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PORK Mess .... 12 60 12
CATTLE Native Steers.... 4 73 ffl
HOGS Fair to Choice 5 00 (a.
WHEAT No. 2 Red ; 72iM
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CORN No. 2
FLOUR High Grade 3 60
PORK X"(l 2 "
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make a clean, sure,
promp cure of both.
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Temr Atmler timid keep tba gfr cm 4mm
sc loam tal in ach town.
Take m sabot-tote! Tmbt en hnfof W. I.
Sooflos 1moj vtth bum ib4 tittwrptA as Vottosk
If TovroMrrr vOlsoCrotbosi foe 7m.Kd dlrtct m
factory, oaclosinf pr uA CSe. on for autiafo
State of loubr.Li width, ciai or ca to.
Omx ahoM will rmeh jem mmjvitm. OmfUwm Aw.
I. L 00U8US SHOE CO, BnotiM,
A m.n r, n lMthcrm.
maiuhipi.ttnxerild. Th. atyle
ia equal to $4 and as hoi of
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tom ia.de thtm. Thrj vill at
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DMnd thrai to Tonr frirnca t Xhrj
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Aaatker De Lue Edltloa at "X Hea-
aace to Garcia."
The Passenger Department of the New
York Central seems never to tire of sending
out copies of "A Message to Garcia." The
latest issue is the first live thousand of the
third half-million edition, and is numbered
consecutively from 1,000,000 to IfiM&a. It
is beautifully printed on heavy p.ate paper,
the illustrations being brought out in a man
ner equal, if not superior, to the best maga
zines. Xhe pages nave a red line around
them, and the book is bound in a grey-biue
cloth and heavy boards. It is intended for
libraries, and was issued at the request of
a large number of American libraries who
wanted the ".Message" in a permanent bind
ing. This edition contains, in addition to
Mr. Hubbard's admirable preachment, a
short sketch, with a portrait, of Lieutenant
Colonel Andrew S. Kowan, the man who
carried "A Message to Garcia;" a short
sketch, with a portrait, of General Caiixto
Garcia, the man to whom the "Message"
wa carried, and a short sketch, with por
trait, of Mr. Elbert Hubbard, the man who
wrote "A Message to Garcia.
It also contains eight pages of extracts
from the press, and comments from well
known educators, clergymen, professional
men, and many large employers of men. on
the "Message" itself; a sketch of the Cuban
Educational Association, and a sketch on
Harvard-Americanism and the Cuban teach
ers. A limited number of copies of "A Message
to Garcia" bound in cloth and boards may
be obtained at so cents each. A copy ot the
edition with illuminated paper cover, fully
illustrated, will be sent free, nost Daid. to
any address in the world, on receipt of a
postage stamp issued by any country on the
g'.obe, or it will be sent in packages of 100
each, on receipt of 50 cents for each 100
by George H. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent, New York Central & Hudson River
Railroad, Grand Central Station, New York.
Near Enough. Tommv "Pa, what does
'disagree' mean?" Pa "Well, when two
people think alike they are said to agree.
Now, you can guess what 'disagree' means."
Tommy "Oh, jyes! that's when onlv one
people thinks aike." Philadelphia Press.
What Shall We Have for Deaaert t
This question arises every day. Let us an
swer it to-day. Try Jell:0, delicious and
healthful. Prepared in two minutes. No
boiling! no baking! add boiling water and
set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry, Strawberry. At your grocers. 10c.
Sare of HU Job. .
Magistrate What is your business?
Witness Matrimonial agent for my
eight grown-up daughters! Fliegende
ecus Ml mm
The Best Prescription Is Grovp's
Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle,
So That the People May Enow Just
What They Are Taking.
Tbe Dest Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tistelkss
Cniu. Toxic. Itis simplyironandquininein
tasteless form. No cure no pay. PriceOa
"Emerson Beacon? treet. making mud pies
in your finest attire?" "What matters that,
nurse? There should be no complaint until
I will make mud pies upon my finest attire."
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds.
John F. Borer, Trinity Springs. Ind- Feb.
A Clever Turn. "What a pretty fall hat
that is of Mrs. Flypp's." "Yes. That's her
summer hat turned around with the back to
the front." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Don't Neglect a Cough . Take Some Half's
Honer of Horehound and Tar instanter.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
.One of the fine arts is to say an unwel
come thing acceptably. Boston Watchman.
afDII IM WHISKY sod other drug
lairiUltl babiu cared In 30 dajs. Sana
torium treatment. Book and particulars FKXE.
B. Sa. WOOLLEX. at. Jttlaata Ga.
Imitators do not advertise their formula
knowing that you would not buy their medi
cine if you knew what it contained. Grove't
contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct
proportions and is in a Tasteless form. The
Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives
the malaria out of the system. Any reliable
druggist will tell you that Grove's is the
Original and that all other so-called "Taste
less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis
of other chill tonics shows that Grove's is
superior to all others in every respect. You are
not experimenting when you take Grove's its
superiority and excellence having long been
established. Grove's is the only Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire rhalarial sections of the
United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
MOTE 1 The rooordt of the Pari MetOolna Oom, SU Loalm,
show that over one end one-half mlUJoh hottioa ot
Orove'm Tatelem Chill Tonkt were mold htmt year and
the malem are continually Inoreamlngm The oonolawlon le
Inevitable that Orove'm Tamtaleam OhUI Tonlo Im a nro
merlptlon for malaria having genuine merit, end any
drugglmt or ohentlmt will tell you mo
Dr. Winiama' Tndlaa PI la
Ointment will eon Blind.
BlMdlna; and ltchlna
Pilea. It absorba ttw
tamora. allara tba Itcb
Inc at once, acta aa a
EraUlee.alTe. Instant r
ef. Prepared for Pilaa
nana. Atdrnafl.ta or hr
Terelpt of Trie S3 cent, and !.).
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.0.OSa atrta nw laMa to odm to aattlwnaa.
Subaenb. tor THE KIOWA CHIKT, drotad t Infer,
nation abont tbea. land. On. Tear, H at. 81afla
copy. lOr. Suboeribera raratv. fre. Ulaa&atatf book oa
Oklahoma. Hormn'i Manual (tla pan htlMfi Oald.)
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How Are Your Bowels?
About the first thin the
Then, "Let's see your tongue."
Because bad tongue and bad
bowels go together. Regulate
the bowels, clean up the tongue.
We all know that this is the way
to keep and look well
You can't keep the bowels
healthy and regular with purges
or bird-shot pills. They move
you with awful gripes, then
you're worse than ever.
Now what you want is Cascarcts. Go and get them today-Cascarets-in metal box
with the long-tailed "C" on the lid-cost 10c Be sure you get the genuine! Cascarets are
never sold in bulk. Take one I Eat it like candy, and it will work gently-while you
sleep. It cures, that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels, gives them new
life. Then they act regularly and naturally. That's what you want It's guaranteed to
be found in
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