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ao and Pickles
-It's a quality mark for exception.
~ally god table dainties.
Ou1 Manzanilla and Queen Olives,
plain or stuffed, are from the famous
olive groves in Spain.
Vc!ies are piquant and firm.
ur summer meals and
picnc baskets are not com..
plete without them.
Insist on Lfbby's at your
q Libby, MNeill & Libby
She-If you could have only one
ifih, what would it be?
He-It would lbe that-that-- Oh,
I only dared tell you what it would
She-Well, go on! Why do you sup
ise I brought up the wishing sub
4- Tetterine Cures Itching Plies.
Fort Scott. Kansas.
Again T an calling for the best salve I
er used. Enelos(l find $2.5. Send me
te-half dozen boxes of Tetterine.
N. T1. Kipp.
retterine Curem Eczema'. tter. Iing
orm, Bolls. Rough Sealy Patches on the
:ee, Old Itching Sores. Itchin Piles.
inkered Scalp. Chilblains. Corns. andt
'ery form of Sealp and Skin Olspitse.
Mterine 60c. Tetterine Soap 25c. Your
tggist, or by mail from the manufac
rer. The Shuptrine Co.. Savannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine we
ve a box of Shuptrine's l0c Liver Pills
"What is the matter, Alice?" asked
er mother as the little girl came
ome crying as if her heart would
"Mabel Jones has got adenoids and
never have anything," sobbed Alice.
For Galled Horses.
When your horse is galled, apply
anford's. Balsam of Myrrh and you
in keep on working. Try it and if
ur horse is not cured quicker than
y any other remedy, the dealer will
?fund your money. Adv.
"Darling, will you love me when I'm
"I will.if you'll promise to love me if
should grow fat."
o Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
ake the Old Standard GROVE'S
ASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
hat you are taking, as the formula is
inted on every label, showing it is
uinine and Iron in a tasteless'form. The
uinine drives out malaria, the Iron
iilds up the system. 50 cents. Adv.
Never Get Tired.
-"You dance like ani angel."
"You flatter me," saidl the girl. "I
auld keep going ifeich longer if I had
EIXIR BABEKC A OlOOD T~ONIC
And lirive'r Malaria (Out ur the System.
"Your' 'boltbk aets like magi' ; I have given
to numerous people inl myI parish who were
iffering with~ ehlils, mala~ria arnd, fever. I rc-'
'mmnend it to thouse wh'lo are sutforer's and in
~ed of a good tonic''-Rev. 5. SzyanIIhowskii,
-.Stephen's Church, Perth Ambtoy, N. J.
itxir Uisbek, 50 cents, anl dr'uggists or by
lr('els Post, pr'epaid, from Kloc.zewvski & Co..
' ashington, D. C).
If a woman Isn't jealous she isn't
To remove soreness use Hanford's
Beads of perspiration are the jewels
'f honest labor-perhaps.
]The General Says:
te world mi priceothat is reasonabei yo
orloca arware or btrmber dealer can
upplyyouwis or ten't ed loofan
tethickness. D)on't, accept a substitute.
GENERAL ROOFING MFC. Co.
T'ho Talcum of Quality, for refined
Ipeople; Perfume rich, lasting, and ox
- Iquisito; P'owder of velvety fineness.
SIn Glass Jars-15Sc. and 25c.
Sold by all decalers.
CILBERT BROS., & CO.
SPECIAL PR ICES EP2asine Co3mb Whie
JEhona Yeatest egg layint strinn America
polry farm south (f Maont ay I11 il he
r01FARM, T. M. lost. oIwner, WIisH, N. tJ.
4 tLwst Prces. Smnalleatn ,Cel bem -
m ade Masonic or Odd Pedows, enly 35c' A
free ataloge. ADDREdsreev
W. A. HARPER, RENNERDALF, PA.
WANTED-)-Hustling ngents tar first-clam,
husehold articles; exclusive te'rrltory. Part.
With the Wide Hedgerow System He
Than by t0
(Prepared by the Unlited States Depart.
ment of Agriculture.)
Clean, shallow cultivation should b(
followed throughocut the season. Goot
cultivation keeps down the weeds, at
lows thle rains to penetrate the sol'
and prevents the excessive evapora
tion of mnoisture. Cultivation shouke
begin soon after the plants are set an<
should be continued whenever weedf
start or a crust formns. The main ob
jects of cultivation are to break ur
the crust and to prevent the loss o1
moisture fromn the soil below thle sur
face, which Is accomplished by form
Ing and maintaining a blanket of loos(
soil onl the surface. Frequent shallow%
cultivation will make it unnecessary
to use a sweep to kill weeds and grass
which Is often necessary under the
methods of culture now In commotr
use In the South. A cultivator whict]
merely breaks up the surface of th<
ground without disturbing the roots hs
to be preferred. In jiddition to using
the horse cultivator It will be neces
sary to do some hand hoeing, to keel
down the weeds and to keep the sot'
loose between the plants In the row
Weeds, will sometimes have to b(
pulled by hand, and they should nevei
be allowed to become large, bec-aust
when large weeds are removed th(
strawberry plants will be disturbed.
Mulching the Bed Is Important.
Mulching is a very Important opera
tion In connection with strawberr:
growing, as it prevents the excessiv<
loss of moisture, prevents "heavinj
out" In regions where freezes occmi
keeps the berries clean, keeps dowi
weeds, retards growth In cold region
(thus preventing frost Injury), an,
adlds humus to the soil. The importan
objects of mulching in the South ar
conserving moisture, protecting th
berries from dirt and keeping dowi
weeds. Mtulched plants are said t<
suffer less from, sprIng frost,, thal
those In the same area not mulched
Strawberries are not usually cultivatei
during the picking season, becaus
stirring the soil tends to make th
pant preentshed eyessie vaptt<
tionfof frmoisue.Ctwichiofn hoc
begisoot thi hen plansn ae setiou(
reductio becined Thenre wldni
Star ors rulst forms. druhe min ohb
plats oulep cultivatiorobeak dui
the pcutin teaon buvct th clovatio
face objechnbemhn is accmlse byefr
Ther a r manny lakerilt aro
soilendtsrfarge.uo Frqthr sreedon
fom ueed sweedos.l Wedand rso
straw, s ten mnueessryomd th( s
thodsaofrultures commny cosed
use in theSouh ar Afcuttor whte
merel beksecup the sufcef uatht
grond arefrehfout disurin te oo grin
Tohe preferred.l be pied t dusini
Many Brrse utvRsut will te Mates
saryeto do e haThet ere
dW hey.ed tandLoe tkthe soiy
looe bItalean tohder plns nth ows
veredly drilled somtimes haveso bec
ped by handr angod they should noe
beuallowered beom larlig beithsr
when rlquremets are mremtary thri
Mnlweaing the Bedgs iforant<
gMvecaing isenevery andpwhrtanvoersi
tion be neeno epoection wihstaber
growiangas prvertanst civ.a
lossn or moisatue, prvnts wheevrn
weedst reads--rowth in cold regioni
(athuakeveting frst mv isurywaya
IIES IN THE SOUTH
re Pictured More Berries Are Produced
e Hill System.
the late fall or winter whenever the
soil will not be injured by driving on
It. A sufficient quantity should be
used to conserve thec moisture and to
protect the berries from dirt by keep
Ing them off the ground. A mulch two
or three inches thick Is adequate for
this purpose. If there Is no mulch
between the rows the soil should be
cultivated before picking begins. Even
-when there Is a mulch It Is a good plan
to remove this material and cultivate;
it can be replaced.
Rotate With Legumes.
A systematic rotation of crops 1s
Just as important In growing straw
berries as it is In growing other crops,
but very few growers prat tie It to any
great extent. Soil on which straw
berries are raised year after year does
not produce as large crops of fruit as
it would were a good system of rota
tion followed. In any system of rot 'a
tion some leguminous crops should be
grown and turned under one year In
every three or four years, and a culti
ivated crop grown on the soil the sea
son before the strawberry plants are
For the South the following system
can be employed to good advantage:
i trawberries for one or two years, fol
ilowed by cowpeas after the strawber
ries are harvested. Turn under the
cowpeas in the fall or winter or har
vest them for hay. The next spring
r plant the land to some vegetable crop,
3 such as early cabbage, and follow with
a fall crop of vegetables or cowpeas
,for turning under. Plant the land to
i corn the following spring and plant
r, cowpeas between the rows. After the
I corn is harvested, turn under the
t stalks and the pea vines.
D 0 When strawberries are planted In
a the fall, they can be set out after the
I cowpeas and corsistalks are turned
) under. A second tystem that can be
1 followed Is strawborries one or two
. years, followed by a fall crop of vege
I tables after the berries are harvested.
iThe next spring plant to vegetables,
)and follow with cowpeas, and then
eihrpan stabresaan r
grwcr/ n opesflo'dwt
straberres.In sctios were ege
rPtured Modrte Bereso Are truce
pea orl Sysem.t a olo h as
The lafalln or pnt wheeved to
corn, wilt cowea ietween th rigons
it.eA reurcnt straberityshould be
use has boee sgeted, oitue aned tof
prtectteberries llob irtly ceep
and the cofth ound.vAto lered.
oHaretinchef thc srawberryt fr
.ath kn'osf takaee ise in mlr
b etwen te rwso datth si sholdmes
r ultine bNore p6,wicin beays behad
wheter apiao mulc t Uitegod pane
deparmenthi mfaeriulure. livte
RotoaSytem Witthe egumes Ar
Do syseotRitin oflla crops ise
bt very fetrosrtoassistite itfferang.
grTss extnt. Soilsonwichl rards
berre ary rised affctr as year po.s
ntctiodauhoe as arge cros hor dfuid.a
it wold Soee osystem o oa
tinkollwd. In ayo system of rtae
tion some ginousbr cros oldttbe
growneas wturnedc tpund onn heari
eveyb res or purearadacli
Pyte-cro grow anxtemel tngensea
meod beoe thergaberry plat a
or t-.nen.uhte olwngsse
~ '9 Children Cry Fo
ALCOOL-3 PER CEfr
sniinthe I e nd
tne fthe StonmaciMandBov s of
Prnibles DigestioClierflhat Is CASTORIA
n ess and Rest.Contains neither
1111(1 Castorlo Is a harmless substitute for Castor O11, Pare".
0t; utiM0 phn liiml, gole, Drops and Soothing Syrxips. It Is pleasant. It;
r t. . eoltapls neither Opium. Mlorpleio nor other arcoti
V) ocj WO & . VFLPfl4q substtnc. Its age Is Its guarantee, It destroys Worms
A and allays FeverishnessR eFor more than tirty years
04 A ~ ScLas been In coikstant use for the relict of Constipation
Arn46 S-e-a Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles anJ
l~om~od.Dinrrho.ma. It regulates the Stomacht and Bowels,
arm Nefifassinillates the Food, giving liealthiy and xmtural sleep.
The Children-s Panacea-The lilother's Friend*
ton.oSoac.DiarrhoGENUINE CAS ORI ALWAYS
Worns. feverisluiess and
toto Loss OF SLBEP, Bears the Signature of
4o0 acsimile sigure of
3-,0 7it: CHNTAUR COMmmAst
. NEW YORK1.
In Use For OVer 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Eatot Copysf are rmH e CuebtTAU t COMPAN N aW VO RK CITY,
Caie Resignation. HADN'T THOUGHT oABOUT THAT Taking Papa Along.
Reference hanting been made to either The baggage wnrter alt the fam
beautiful resignation, Congressman Of Course Young Mother Could Only ily party and tlhitely explained that
Joseph J. Russell recalled an aipro- Reason That the Fault Must Be fo de the new law the value of the
uring asdiner, With the Scales. contents of each trunk must be given.
DDarhng ItimAfter a brief consultation with her
ago, the congressman said, the toilc The story Is told of a young mother daughter, mainia pointed to her own
turned to the connubial state. Among who, after her first baby had been truyk all said: "Please put this one
the guests was a bachelor person. born, hurried to a hardware store to down as containing one thousand dol
"Speaking of marriage," eventually purchase a pair of scales, that slh- lars' worth of personal belongings.
remarked the bachelor, "it seems that might be able to keep tabs on the re- This one,' indicating her daughter's
the longer a manl Is married-" markable growth of her first born, trunk, "yoou ay put down for eight
"The happier he is," impulsively x yhen she got t home and hunWdr KCd. T
broke in a spinster party with a hope- w~eighed the baby for the first time the "How about this little one?" asked
ful glance at the other, little bunch of humanity did not quite the baggage mnaster. resttrig his heel
"I was going to say," resumed the measure up to her expectations and Oil Its top.
bachelor, disregardingly, "that the she p~romptly carried the scales back, "Oh, that!" replied the lady con
longer a man is married the less *he stating that they were not satisfac: temptuously. "TPen or twelve dollars
seems to mind it." tory. Asked by the storekeeper what will cover that one."
the difficulty was, she replied: "I Cogrs"m returned tae oflii. "Fa
From the Way It Acted. "I think the scales are not right. ar to-ers going along too."
Little Aimee was learning to sew, baby did not weigh as much as I think
and one day after vainly trying to she ought to." A Scoop.
thread a needle, she said: "Mamma, "Did it ever occur to you," asked the "I'm %%rtin,, a listor'. ef the lihro.
Ohat do they call the hole In a hard-heartel seller of hardware, "that pean war."
needle?" the fault might be with the baby amid "t the war isn't over yet."
"It is called the eye, my dear," re- not the scales?" "That's here I get the bulge on
plied her mother. She saw the point and kept the the rest of the historians. I can
"Well," continueda Aiae, "I'll bet scalfes.-frock to i Enterprise e put my book oi the market the day
this old needle is cross eyed." - after odace Is eclared, and they'll
rh b "Otherwise Not. have to wait two or three months."
Laudable. "Whny do you want to get divorced?" r
"What is your idea in t reorganizing "Because I'm marriefi."-Plilael w Pa Knows Everything.
the choir?" ia Public o aedger. "Ftther, reattrsg hia he
"I want topin ton a, rsumd th maurspiohesxpcatos"n of itop.
bachlor diregrdigly "tht te sepomp uylar.dtesclsbc "OThat m "epaid t e gravdy.con
Thneroductn of marrld ithe l -h st oing othat thegua hurc ot aif er puu?""Tno wlv olr
seemns lto mind ined3e c ory. ked heby tevr Storeeeae whenAt w over tat woulne." b nc
ov rom hea befre itt'eds" rainn tohclar fo g. sy her'ing ang trio."
isea wnderfully sai:namac "d w thene occur and youcske thou niwrte in a dish ofhEu
There'la?'igthe aultfigh beaou wtthabu ande"su the waryn' oveiyt of
Soleadyhtr server.oohe saw heot n d ay, ket thereredytof t rihtr c an
te pctan e-fres, I' ispb , scalen.roc ton haneprse touhes Post o t ese ind
tholnde aing r packing.
Seredwit cea an sgar o cushdfttey pare isdeciaedo aduhe'l
- -- 'O h r i e Nt-a e t o w i w r t r e m n h .