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flavors like the I I pyramids of Egypt? I I Because they are I I Ions-lasting I II And WRIGLEY'S is a beneficial I as well as long-lasting treat. I St helps appetite and digestion I keeps teeth clean and breath 1 sweet allays thirst. 1 CHEW IT AFTER EUERY MEAL i Sealed Tight 5 -1 I p Kept Right yfhjt AIMED ENTIRELY TOO HIGH College Professor Had Something to Learn Concerning the Changed Order of Things. President Melkeljohn of Amherst was talking about the changed finan cial conditions that now prevail. "I heard the other day," he said, "of 1 harassed college professor who, In order to make ends meet, decided to take up manual labor. "So ho visited a large building op eration and said, nervously, to a red faced man with a diamond horseshoe In his necktie: '"I nm ahem an ox-collego pro fessor, and I would like to hn6w If you could take me on here as brick layer?" "The red-faced man gave a derisive nnorr. " 'Bricklayer? I guess not !' lie said We might start you In as an architect, though, and let you work your way up.' " What's the Use? Wifey Hub, do you know what day this Is? Hubby (a funny paper addict) Sure thing, precious. It Is the anniversary of our marriage. Wifey (bursting Into tears) It's nothing of the kind, you callous brute 1 I Just knew you weren't keeping track of itl Cartoons Mngnzlne. Find Out! If you suspect coffee is upsetting your stomach or nerves, don't let the mat ter run along. Find out! Change over for ten days to instant Postum a snappy, invigorating table beverage made from wheat, with a bit of whole some molasses. Postum has a delight ful flavor, much like a high grade coffee, but there are no coffee troubles in Postum. "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Battle Creek,, Mich. Twice as Sore. At a recent club entertainment an ad mission foe of 50 cents was charged. The entertainment, to some minds, was not worth the price and several women were not backward in saying so. "It made me mighty sore to bo charged CO cents for that performance," one objector said. "Oh, you got off easy," remarked an other. "I understand the chulrman of the affair wanted to charge $1 admls slon." "In that event I would have been Just twice as sore," the original Lady Peeve shot back. Christian Spirit. "You seem to have great confidence in your grocer." "Yes," replied the sympathetic citi zen. "When he tells you a yarn to ex plain why lie is compelled to chargo outrageous prices I dare say you bo lleve him and console with him." "I do. And if the subject melts him to tears as it often does I offer to wipe away his tears." Birmingham Age-Herald. A Simple Method. "I'm getting rich now." "Making more money?" "No spending less." Unless a man Is a good listener he should stay out of the matrimonial game. M TERM ndic Great Many in Common Use in Agricultural Discussions Not Yet Recognized. , MOVEMEHT TO STANDARDIZE Department of Agriculture Plans to Secure Uniform National Usage of Terms Indispensable in Agricultural Work. , (Prepared by the United States Depart tnont of Agriculture) A great many tonus In common uso In agricultural discussions have never found a place in the dictionaries. So widely used and Important a term as "vitamin" has not yet found Its way Into the principal unabridged diction aries. For the public, therefore, there exists no approved spelling, no ap proved pronunciation, and no approv ed definition of the name of a thing that is vital to all living things. Terms Not Recognized. There are scores of terms. Indis pensable In agricultural wilting or speaking, thnt have not been recog nized by the lexicographers, and there are quite as many new usages of established words. "Blood line," n term commonly used in discussions of breeding, is not in the dictionaries. Nobody knows whether) It Is one word, two words, or a hyphenated word. "Overrun," n term widely used to ex press the thing that Is practically tho determining factor of profits in cream ery establishments, Is unknown to tho dictionaries "Standardbred," "trap nest," and any number of other com monly used terms, understood well enough by agriculturists, remain un defined for the accurate Information of the general public. To Standardize Terms. The United States department of agriculture, through the Joint efforts of the bureau of animal Industry mid the division of publications, lias begun a movement to standardize the uso of such terms, and about .10 of them aro on the griddle now. Three points of view are taken that of the Held man who knows the common usage of tho layman, that of the scientist who has the view point of tho specialist, mid the point of view that looks merely to the use of goon English. Each word Is submitted to the. various classes of persons Interested, together with tho proposed usage and the authority or lack of authority for It. From tho suggestions received In reply, the final ly approved usage will be determined. The first agricultural term to ho acted upon In the manner descrlht'd was "corn belt." That was consider ed more appropriate than corn-belt or cornbelt. Although tho principal purpose Is to establish approved usage for depart ment of agriculture publications, lists of terms ovolvod will, be furnished later to dictionary editors with tho view of obtaining uniform national usage. The co-operation of agricul tural experts and editors Is Invited. ALFALFA IS FERTILITY AID Where Crop Can Be Grown Success fully It Excels All Other Hay Crops In Yield. Thirty years ago alfalfa was quite a stranger in Wisconsin, hut Its Intro duction nnd dissemination have gone on at a rapid pace until about 00,000 acres of this great forage are now grown In the state. "Alfalfa growing Is popular In Wis consin," declares It. A. Mooro and I I Graber In a free bulletin Just Is sued by the experiment station at Madison. "Whero alfalfa can bo grown successfully. It excels all oth ei hay crops In yield to the ncre. feed ing value, drought resistance, soil en richment, and weed eradication." Trials conducted on the Wisconsin experiment station farm at Madison show that alfalfa gives yields practi cally double that of clover hay and tlree times as much as timothy. An aero of alfalfa produced In a single season three times as much protein as an acre of clover and nine times as much as an ncre of timothy. COVER BROKEN WINDOW PANE Glass Should Be Replaced Without Unnecessary Delay Muslin or Paper Is Good, When a window glass becomes broken In the poultry house It should be replaced or covered without a day's delay. Hy no means should the aper ture he left over nlgh't. It Ik hut the work of n few minutes to tack over the hole n thick piece of muslin or other white cloth. This will keep' out the wind and lot In some light. If muslin Is not handy, paper can be used. This Is, of course, only a makeshift until one can get the glass needed. RAISING STOCK WITH CROPS When All Things Are Considered There Is Nothing More Depend able on Any Farm. Live stock Is not always profitable: neither Is exclusive crop growing. Men cannot always he sure anything will he profitable. lint when all things are considered whnt Is surer and snfor than llvo stock with crops? TiONABIES BETTER POTATO SEED TO INCREASE YIELDS Progress of Work In Devolopini Improved Stocks. Department of Agriculture Co-operat Ing With Experiment Stations In Practically All of Important Producing States. (Prepared by the Unltpd States Depnrt mont of ARrleuUure.1 Seed stocks of Irish potatoes com monly available to growers contalt many mixtures, not Infrequently dls eased, and as a rule not as produc live as they should he. The chief o1 the bureau of plant Industry, Unlte(( States department of agriculture makea this statement In reporting ot the progress of work In developing iui proved seed stocks. It Is a recognizee fact, he says, that the yield of pota toes In this country Is far below tha secured In some other countries, nn the difference Is commonly attributed to the use of relatively Inferior seec stocks. Seed-lniprovemeut work It being carried on hy the department in cooperation with agricultural ex Typical First-Class Irish Cobble th Leading Early Commercial Variety in the Atlantic Coastal Plain States. periment stations in practically all of the Important potato-producing stales. The best seed stock of the leading vnrletles In different regions Is being grown' In the various states, During the progress of the season the various plats are Inspected several times for the purpose of eliminating diseased plants and those which are not true to name or to type. At har vest time carefully studied selections aro made for the purpose of obtaining tho best strains of the different vn rletles. These potatoes In turn will be used for seed purposes with a view to developing stocks that arc true to name, true to type, free from disease communicable through the seed, and that possess hlgh-yleldlng proclivities. SUPERIOR WHITEWASH RECIPE Government Formula Given for Bene fit of Those Wlsnlng to Brighten Up Buildings. Slake a half-bushel of lime with boll Ing water, keeping It covered during tho process. Strain It Add a peck of salt dissolved In warm water; three pounds of ground rice put In boiling water and boiled to a thin paste; one- half pound of powdered Spanish whit Ing; one pound of clear glue dissolved A Whitewashing Outfit In warm water. Mix well together and let the mixture stand for several days. Keep tho wash thus made in a kettle or portable heater. When used, put It on as hot ns possible with painter's brushes or with whitewash brushes. MANURING IN COLD WEATHER Particularly Advisable to Make Appll cation In Winter, Says Pur due University. The Purdue university extension do partment particularly advises applica tion of manure In winter when It con tains a great amount of straw and un decomposed matter. The loss of plant food because of the leaching of the manure will he offset hy the advan tages of winter application. As far possible coarser manures should bo applied to the bo.avler clay soils, since these will respond In fertility and will he made more mellow nnd porous. SUPERIOR RATION FOR STOCK Young Animals Will Make Splendid Growth on Corn Silage arid Clover or Alfalfa. Young stock, from the time It Is weaned, will make a splendid growth on corn sllago. and clover or alfalfa hay without any grain. This ration Is not only a cheap one. but Is within the reach of most every farmer. NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Cross" on Aspirin "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," market! with the safety "Bayer Cross," can bo taken without fear because you are getting tho true, world-famous Aspirin, proscribed by physicians for over 18 years. Always buy an unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which con Let" Him Beware. "Tho prima dojiua seems n bit upset" "Yes." "Is It serious?" "Not very. She has mislaid her hus band somewhere. If ho Isn't caught In the company of a youngor woman all will be well." Birmingham Agc-IIcrnld. 0UCH1 MY BACK! RUB LUMBAGO PAIN AWAY Rub Backache Away With Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacobs Oil." When your back Is soro and lame or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has you stiffened up, don't suffer! Oct a small trial bottlo of old, honest "St. Jncobs Oil" at nny drug store, pour a llttlo In your hand nnd rub It right on your aching hack, and by tho time you count fifty, tho soreness nnd lame ness Is gone. Don't stay crippled I This soothing, penetrating oil needs to he used only once. It takes tho pain right out nnd ends tho misery. It Is magical, yet absolutely harmless nnd doesn't burn tho skin. Nothing else stops lumbngo, sclntlca, backache or rheumatism so promptly. It never disappoints! Adv. Unseasonable. Bello Isn't It cold? Nell Yes; I'm so sorry I had to put nway my summer furs. You Can't Cure Rheumatism With Liniments and Lotions If you are afflicted with Rheu matism, why waste time with lini ments, lotions and other local ap plications that never did cure Rheumatism, anil never will? Do not try to rub the pain away, for you never will succeed. Try the sensible plan of finding the cause of the pain. Remove the cause, and there can he no pain. You will never be rid of Rheuma tism until you cleanse your blood Among Planets. "Do you think wo shall bo ablo to talk with Mars?" "If wo are," replied the busy report er, "Mars will bo getting tho best of tho conversation. I'm willing to make n bet that right now this llttlo earth of ours is developing the biggest news of tho solar, system." WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Womcns' complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or tho result of kidney or bladder disease. ' If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pro scription, obtained at nny drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or largo size bottlo im mediately from nny drug store. However, if you wish first to test this preat preparation send ten cents to Dr, Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. One Is Enough. Thero are !l,-12l spoken languages and dialects in uso 10 tho world. America lias the greatest number of them. 1,02-1. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Day Rum, a small box of liarbo Compound, and or. of glycerine. Apply to tho hair twice a week until it becomos tho desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at homo at very little cost. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and will make harsh hair, soft and glossy. It will not co'or the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and docs not rub off. Adv. Hopo Is a none tonic for ambitious men. What we put off yesterday makes to duy worrisome. mm .. Morn in d eep Your eves V a !Lm ! PATENTS j y ss i m arm m vmmm m w to m BP K Clean-Cloar Hoeiltliy W Tr f.te Car Uwk Murlna Co.CMui.U&A like "Sterling" on silver. tains proper directions to safely relieve Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbugo,Ithcumatlsm, Neu ritis, Joint Pains, nnd Pain generally. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost but; n few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin Is tho trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mouoticctlcacldcsterof Sallcyllcacld. Vcrdl. lie gave poetry to human life nnd lifted It from sordid ways to hopoful iiess and enthusiasm, and tho peoplo rose to their leader. Ills first operas were Introduced with dllllculty, which all beginners experience; hut tho Ital ian car, long trained In musical com position, and with Inherited tasto from ot old, accepted Vcrdl as a mas ter. When once known ho was there after loved.1 James D. Phelan. Money Invested in happiness helps put the tombstone man out of busi ness. Pure blood Is essential to good health. Garfield Ten dispels impurities, cleanses the system and eradicates disease. Adv. Soap and wnter will prevent a mul titude of Ills. Sure Relief 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION of the germs that cause the dis ease. 5. S. S. lias no equal as a blood cleanser, scores of sufferers say Hint it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and remov ed all trace of the disease from their system. Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your drug store and get on the right treatment to-day. If you want special medical advice, address Medical Director, 4 Swift Labora-, tory, Atlanta, Ga. The Answer. "I'n, what Is sympathy?" "Sympathy, my boy, Is what you nsually give to another when you don't want to lend him any money." Tho silk Industry of Chlnn employs, It Is estimated, from 4,000.000 to 0, 000,000 people. Aslt for' HILL'S FIVE MILLION PEOPLE USED IT LAST YEAR ILL'S CASCARA&? QUININE CROM1BE Standard cold remedy for 20 year In tablet form sale, sure, no opiate breaks up a cold in 24 hours- relieves crip in 3 days. Money back if It falls. The genuine box Has a Ked sp w 1 1 n iur. nuii picture. A All Drag Start Shave With Cuticura Soap The New Way Without Mu PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM UemowDandrua-StopsllalriraUlDgl Kettore Color una Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair wcanu l.oo at drurciua, HlsroiChrm. Wkt. l'at-iincin. N.T. HINDERCORNS Itemoves Onrni. Cat-, louita, eta., nous all aln. ensures romfurt to the, leet, makes walking eaitr lie by mall or at Drue-J gUU. llucox Chemical Works, l-utcnogue, N. Y. SUCCESS IN OIL! I picked 1)111 Rowe, who opened up the greatest high (trade oil Held In the world, to drill for me. lie was broke threo year ago. Today he Is worth millions. Am I a picker! Is he? Us tells me otlior great oil pools are to be opened up. 1 don't pick often, but when I do look out. Bond for free story of how lilll llowo did It. Address Manning, No. I West .11th Btreet, New York City. Watson IC. Colomnn, i-atont L.aw7ftr,w!uuiuiiiou, I). O. Aarlceand book free. Uatet reasonable. Ulgbett references. Uejuerrless. FRECKLES i POftlTIVClV RfMOVED br l. tUfTf ll ur dfUHMI D) t. hsabaai. Dr. C. H. Bttrn. Co.. 287ft Michigan Avnu t Cf4. mm -m W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 10--1920,