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THE K E N N A RECORD
NAME. "BAYER" IS ON
Take Tableti Without Fear, if You
Sea. the Safety "Bayer
If you wnnt the true, worlil-fiiiiiniiR
Aspirin, ns prescribed by pliyslcliiiin for
over twenty-one years, you must ask
for "Ittiyer Tablets of Aspirin."
The "Mayer Cross" Is stumped on
each tablet and appears on each pack
age for your protection against imita
tion. Advert l.senu'iit.
He Wat Graduated.
He I am a man of the old school.
S'-e Well. I dismissed that class
onic time- ao. Iioston Transcript.
A proueh has one redeeming .,nt
l.sfactlon : He Isn't Imposed on.
TO FENCE WEEDS
Noxious Plants as Rule Are,Re
sult of Neglect Because of
Cther Pressing Work.
RIGHT METHODS OF CONTROL
ACHES AND PAINS
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM !
AVOID the misery of racking pain.
Have a bottle of Sloan's Lini
ment handy and apply when,
you first feel the ache or pain.
It quickly eases the pain and sends
a feeling of warmth through the
aching part. Sloan's Liniment penetrates
Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains and strains, still joints,
lame back and sore muscles.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask . I
yum iicikhuui .
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
Clear Year Complexion of pimple,
una and other facial diafiirurement.
Uaa freely Dr. Hobaon'a Eeuma Oint
ment. Good for eerei.ia. ttehtnj akin,
em other akin troublea. tin Of Dr.
Uohnon't Family Remedial.
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks.
Heed the first warning they give
that they need attention by taking
Biennials May Be Destroyed by Plow
Ing Twice a Year Perennials Can
Be Killed by Applying Waste
il'i .-pared by the United Statea Department
"I've too luucb work to spend time
cleaning fence corners," declared a
fiinner when his neighbor asked why
he allowed weeds to grow on line
fences and the roadside.
"Kor liiKtnnce?" observed his caller
who hnd the New Euglund hublt of
answering one question by usklng an
"For Instance, there's weeds all
through my corn and . potatoes, and
they've been getting Into the oats tilt
this year's thrashing will bo half
cunnman thistles. And, for Instance,
the h'lred man's been laid up with
Ivy poisoning he took fixing up the
pasture fence where some raits bud
rotted out And, for Instunce, Just
now there's some city acquaintances
of my daughter coining out, and they
niljcht possibly buy the place If we
could get It tidied up and there's a
big crop of full weeds In the front
lot. I guess that's enough, for In
stance, to keep me from puttering
around the fence corners with a grass-
hook after weeds."
How the Weeds Spread.
"Yea, maybe, looking at It from one
angle." persisted the neighbor. "But,
then, consider. With balloon-seeds
The world's standard remedy for these
disorders will often ward off these dis
eases and strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Local for the nama Cold Medal on oyery boa)
and accept no Imitation
For burns, cuts,
sprains and all
CXXTSESnOVCn MFC CO.
State Street Hew York
EASY TO KILL
And that was another case of line;
fence weeds. , 1
"The Importance of cleaning out I
weeds g'rowlng In waste places around!
the farm Is not generally realized.!
They are frequently neglected under
pressure of other work ; but there Is
little work around a farm thj pays;
better than keeping the weeds out of
farmyards, barnyards and fence rows,
and I am Bel fish and I can't keep my
fields clean as long as you leave your
olde of the line fence foul."
Mony( common fence-row weeds are
annuals and biennials, and, the United
States Department of Agriculture
points out, they can be killed by mow.
Ing twice a year, but the location Is
one that might better be kept clear
of all vegetation than grown up to
weeds; and perennials, like Canada
thistles, can be killed out In fhese
How to Deal With Weeds.
An economical way of dealing with
perennials Is to saturate them with
waste oils from automobiles and
tractors. The disposal of this oil Is In
Itself often a problem. It Is well to
cut the weeds first, apply the oil and
cover the ground with clean dirt for
appearance's sake. Oil will make the
ground sterile and bare for several
years. It Is less drastic to cover the
ground with tar paper; old tin.' or
loose boards, or to apply dry agricul
tural salt at the rate of one pound
per square foot.
On the whole, fence row and waste
place weeds are the result of neglect.
A little well-directed energy will keep
them under control. A common say
ing Is that a weed-free farm is the
sign of a good farmer. It Is a mark
of distinction that can only be at
tained by keeping constantly at the
waste places. ,
REMOVE TRASH FROM
GARDENS IN AUTUMN
Vines, Stalks and Other Rubbish
Should Be Cleaned Up.
Weeds Along Fence Rows Spread
Seed to Land Adjoining.
like Canada thistle, dandelions, wild
lettuce and milkweed; bur-seeds like
burdock nnd beggar's lice, sticking to
every passing man and animal ; the
acatter-seeds like tumhle ; and seeds
that are scattered by birds do you
suppose those fence-corner weeds will
reniuln In the fence corners? Don't
you Imagine that they have something
to do with the fouling of your crop
fields, and of that front lot that you
are so anxious to have look neat for
prospective purchasers? And don't
you linnglno that they foul my fields
as well as yours? I noticed a little
tlump of wild lettuce In one angle of
the fence; and do you know that one
wild lettuce stalk yields from 8.000
to 240.0U0 seeds In one season enough
to Infest several acres of lnnd?
"Your hired man's case of poison
ing Is costing you practically a week's
time, Just when you can't afford It.
After Crops Have Been Harvested Soil
Improving Crop of Some Kind
Should Be Planted If Available
Area la Sufficient
(Prepared br the United Statea Department
When garden crops are harvested
the vines, stalks, and other plant re
mains should be cleaned up,, the United
States Department of Agriculture,
points out. Good gardeners who take
pride In the appearance of their
gardens remove such trush, as, if al
lowed to remain. It harbors Insects and
diseases liable to attack next year's
crops. Plunt remains from vegetable
crops should not be composted for use
on the same crops uext year, but may
be burned and the ashes left on the
soil or used on other land devoted
to different crops.
Where a sufficient area Is available
so that part can be devoted to soil Im
proving crops each yenr, these should
be put In as the vegetable crops are
harvested. Crimson clover is an ex
cellent soil Improver, but can not be
grown In all sections. Winter oats,
barley, rye, vetch, and combinations
of these are good. Where the same
area Is used for the garden year after
year a fall application of manure Is
very desirable. If manure can not be
secured. It mny pay to sow the garden
to one of the soil-Improving crops. In
many sections there Is time between
late fall and early spring vegetables
for a good growth of these crops.
Better Than Hired Man.
A hive of bees beats the beat hired
man you ever saw. It will work for
you when your back la turned, aud
while you sleep.
Destroy All Weeds. .
Destroy all weeds on the place. One
weed may sen Iter thousands of seed
which aoon produce plunts.
CHESTNUT TREES FOR POLES
ftad for Us Bttr Than Traps
JJtrectloaU In 16 Langutvges In Over; box.
ftaia, Mloa, Cock roahi, Adu and Waterbnga
artrjimjr fiMd and property tuid ara carrion 01
oiaraua. ardrni- rioctc rastt xurwi mma p
to tun (mat the bullUlug fur water and freto U
6c and "Muiiejjr back It it fail,'
tt. Oovarnmant aa IU
Sooner baca without question
HUNTS GUAM AN THUD
(liuai'e Salve an J b.j.pl.lil Id I
trie treatment of Itch. ELcjema,
r liitaworm.TetterorlxHerVoo- ,
iu atndie:aTrv tl.it treat-
ru.ut at our n.k Suld r all retleblednireieta.
A- at. kjcoade kgeUKriae Ctt-. feuennan. Teaae
Selection Is More Carefully Made
than Average Person Thinks
Defects Looked For.
Not every tall chestnut tree Is
worthy of becoming a telephone pole
the selection of poles Is more care
fully mude than the average person
thinks. Chestnut and eastern white
cedar furnish the hulk of the eastern
pole timber. Specifications for chest
DUt poles generally require material
to be of, good quality second-growth
timber, of specified dimensions, butt
cut, squared at both ends, reasonably
straight, well proportioned from tip
to butt, peeled and with knots trimmed
Defects looked for In Inspection are
crookedness, spilt tops aud butts, sap
and butt rot, checks and shakes. I'oles
arc assigned to two or three classes,
according to their length, top circum
ference and circumference measured
at 0 feet from the butt, i'oles of the
40-foot class, for example, are re
quired by one representative pole
company to be 24 leches In top cir
cumference and 48 Inches In basal
circumrerence. while second-class
poles of the same length measure ml
2 and 40 Inches, respectively, at te
As a KUlde to selllmr farm tlmhse t
tht best advantuge, the United Statea
uepurtnient of Agriculture recently la
sued Farmers' Bulletin 1210, Measur
ing and Marketing Farm Timber.
Copies of the bulletin muv he hml nrw
on application to the department at
Washington, u, U.
Feed Variety to Hens.
Hens, to thrive and lay well, must
have a variety of food, und they must
have It clean and In a sanitary condi
tion. The Idea of shutting poultry up
In small quarters aud scattering the
feed around tn dirty( places, then ex
pecting good results, Is simply ridiculous.
Every Individual' has a place to fill
In the worjd, and Is Important ,ln
some respect, whether he chooses to
be' so or not Hawthorne.
The charm of a bathroom Is Its spot
1c ssness. By the use of Red Cross Ball
Blue, all cloths and towels retain their
whiteness until worn out Advertise
Iteyenue Officer I don't know what
to make of It.
Home Brewer t didn't either.
Children's Laughter a Pleasing Sound
Repair Barn Doora.
Fall la a fine time to gel those bant
doora repaired ao that they will shut
and get new glass Into the windows
that have been smashed durlug the
Altoona, Pa. "I am writ
ing to tel!. you what Lydla E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound has done for me. We
had six children die almost lit
birth. From one honr to nine
teen days is all they have
lived. Before my next one
was born I took a dozen bot
tles of your Vegetable Com
pound, and I can say that it ia
the greatest medicine on
earth, for this baby is now
four months old, and a
healthier baby yon would not
want I am sending you a
picture of her. Everybody
say ' That is a very healthy
looking baby. ' You have my
consent to show these few
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C. W. Benz, 131 8rd Avenue,
Mrs. Janssen'a experience of interest to childless wives.
Millston, Wia. " I want to give you a word of praise for your wonderful
medicine. We are fond of children, and for a considerable time after we
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11. H. Janssen, Millston, Wis.
Mrs. Held of Marinette, Wis., dds her testimonial for Lydia E.
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There are many, many such homes that were once childless, and are now
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Lydia E. Plnkham's Private Text-Book upon "Ailments
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to.The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts.
This book contains valuable information.
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