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SATURPAV.JA.VCART 1, 1908
HORTICULTURE CELLAR for cold STORAGE. Type ef One Which Can Be Built at Small Expense. An Inqulry regardtng an outslde ?egetable cellar remlnds me of the trouble I hsd keeplng my dahlla roots In mv hoane cellar. I have a hot air furnaco, and I lo8t so many rootn by drying that I was forced to get them outslde. Perhaps a plan of my eollar would be of Interest to your readers. I uaed a glasa cover. as I had alwaya wanted to do my cold frame work without breaklng my back. and. lf poasible. SECT'ON OF CELLAR. 1, Earth Floor; 2. Looae Floor; 3. Benchea; -t. Eigrtlnch Concrete Wall; 5. Double Boarded Air Space; 6. Ground Leval; 7. Sodded Banked Earth. without rreealaa to death. As l had to cover lt at . d-.hX th' aa it is would not b.? umrh ti ,n the BhitiR;...] roof, and would | to work on aanny aprtaa when th<> b:ilm\ !)r?>?'ze from old leaha Er,,' dr from ? kimo aaa, nrttea a oantf <0.) farn.. ; il Ooaatrji Oeatlefl I ha.I aa tdea that by pattlna Boor in looeely th*. waraa air froaa taa dd belp t.i keea II II lng. but i the cellar to f. an.i lanve tba d with taa ? v trouble ' Phab | an(j aaters ? ll l BJD4 '?f 04M1 lUdnt; lt waa onlx 1 ,1: . inoat U bj i; I PREPARING THE CARDEN. Work Which Can Be Done Before Next Spring. To ! aafal la aardeadaa re I Blnav and : U and 1'i.ld 1 ?Itlwa ii ? aum r .... Of man. pK'va rjBd< r II . ? it, aad tlmf to haal lt darlaa ti. ter I haul Dloaan l would not pal it on steeo If ' ? i ahaha it "ul .1 th*> lt to rot for ii* Et apring. I i mix- j lng taa ta of manan ad tha other plaaad la rery tnor oughiy. whlcb plaeea it where the paanb at lt, aad la ao4 an in the aottoaa of tha fnrroaa, to drj out ln a drought. If you use hotbeds lu the spring. as you should n. .! ,n rajg. lng good plants. see that the pi;s are dug this* ia.ll and frames set on l theu corcr with old pleces of board and some wlld hay or straw, and you Wlll save a lot of time in the spring Also get your soil that you ar. use In the botbeds togoth.-r this fall. The rlch, light spots iu the garden will make good soil. and tha manure taken out of the old hotbaaa will make r>od m u up nne and Bala tha i .;>? with tha soil. and fonn la ? hean baVViaa a f!a' Put old ptecaa ef aaard trrar and about a foot of horse aaaaara, then pile on alld hay or straw until you know it wiii not freeze. And ob, what a anap in the spring when anow and ice are plentlful. not to have to aaajapB ap aay oM thlng for soil to ralse plants ln! Then there are probably some tntnga tbat you wi8h to wlnter over ln the gardea ihat ?i)| need protection } I have a nice patch of Welsh an.l j SUverskin onions, which I wlll cover I with about two lnchea of well-rotted manure. then a good coat of wlld hay. Clover In Orehard. Clover Is one of the beat orehard Cfope. 8eed 1b cheap thia year. If your orehard soil ^ not adapted to red i I clover. try artslae. lt will grow wb-re red clover will not. The aead now la aiore expensivc but lt will KO twlce aa fsr, making 11 ? cost of aeeding of a dennlte area i. cbeap aa with red clover. HEELING IN TREE8, Method of Carlng for Nuraery Stock Until Planted in Sprlng. A word about heellng In treea at thla time will doubtleaa be of benefit to some of our readera. Where fa'l dellvsry of nuraery atock la recelved. lt ls probsbly beat to heel the breaa ln ratber than to set them out in thelr permanent locatton. The aettlng can asually be more aatlsfactoiily done in the apring. John B. Katzner, a auc eeasful fruit grower of Mlnneeota, of fers the followlng advlce on the aub Ject: I coaaider It very lmportant that you boy and order all fruit treee to be dellvered Ir. .he fall. There is more tlme all around for the nurseryman aa well as for the farmer at that tlme of the year, and you can tal ? care of the stock JuBt as well. If not better. than the nuraeryman can by heellng ln your stock over winter. For thia . work aelect a plaee where the water doee not accumulate. When you get aotlce that tbe stock haa been Bbipped. dlg a hole the length ot the treea. a few Inchea deap. for the topa of the , treea. alantlng down to the north t<> ; about two feet for the roots, and wlde | enough ao that all the treea can ba placed ln the trencb without crowdlng them too much. For a hundred I a hole six feet wlde ia about rlght. When Ihe treea arrive, unpack at once. prur.-- -s stantlng?so that the tree will stan-i on the cut part of the root when planted to insure a downward cmwth of the aaw Cut off all broken parts of the Now plaee the treea ln the ai which ought to he a little d ? I the roots come so that they will not he bajarad. Wbea you have pal in ahout throw a i Imve the flrst tii-r af trees ? n all th?> ? are ln the hole. ? earth on ? ta tlll all are well cover ed Non pba rd <>n tba .! over the i and braa so that the trees a A few BhOti stnkos under U tha t ? | o|e with dtrt. i BBoaad a Httle hlgher than the Mirfa<- ? Bow off and then put on a mulch about a ' arouud ftreeaes up The ira aararad erlth boarda aa that -hall not he Injured by the ahov el when they are taken out in tbe sprlng The stock 1h now weli l and will come out of Ita winter ipiarter* full of ?ap an- wtart into a artfe at aaaa. lt la my runnlng back over the laat aara, that trews ao handled will not fall to make a growth of from six laebee to three feet tha flrst aen if you eompare the growth af I With Spritlg del?\ ink of tho con sa ln BM an<l the freijuerit failure Bf th.- intage of fall deiiv. arttl ba artdaal te you. Another advantage of fall ia whlch we must not loae alght of ls that we hav?? our treea on hand ln apring to plant BlaBDBiag we A MANDY SACK HOLDER. lt ia Adjuatable to Any Hetght Which la Convenient. The BaaBtarlal for ?aftarfga; the Bach hoider alaowa la Dlaatratloa eoaatata of a . ? r or three qaartar lnch B laat long. a bi,.. of WOOd .six or elght lacheB long. three or four Inchea wlde. and three u,uar 8ack Hoider in Uae tera or one laeh thlck. as shown at A ! and the strip H This strip should be about three inches wlde. and of a length to atiit the sacks used. A hole j la bored ln the center of H and I BOlea in block A as shown. 1 holea should be little larger than the rope used. '"hread ?he blocks as . ahown, by puttlng the two ends through the center hoies in A. Rring the lower end down, and tle fast to strip R. the other end is made fast to block A by tylng in the top hole. Now drive two aharp polnted wire naila through str.p Ii as shown at C C for holding the sack. If deslred a heavy wire or strap of iron may be made fast to H ami the ends bent to flt inaide to assist ln holding sack open. The hoider has advantage/ over any other we have used. It ls easily moved. as the rope may be allpped over any nall or proje, ttagj tlmber. It is lnataotly adjusted to any helght by pulllng the rope alightly out of the block A in the center; allp the block where wantcd. up or down the rope; allow the rope to again be come tlght. and the block will hold It in plaee. In fertllixing the orchard. remember that the feediim nrota exteud far ou from the treea. Lord Bacon'a Wlee Advica. Beek not proud rlchea but auch as thoa mayest get Juatly. uae aobcrly, dlatribute cbeerfully and leave con tentedly.?Lord Bacon. VER3E WORTH READINO, Even-Song. Pleasant the ways wh?*r*H>n our feet were Isd, 8w*?,< tae youna hllla. the vt'.Vyi of cnf.-tit. But n w 111 ?- Imura of dew and dr*?am ara tl. .1 Late* *?? ;*r? a -d thy wurnlnx ln the We have not heard thy votoe nor known thy f,.|,|, But now the world ls darkenlne; to our ev.-B, aaBBi, we grow oai Now the aveet atream turna bltter with our teaaa. Now dloa ihe atar we followed ln tha weat. Now wa are aad and 111 at aaaa wtth yaara. laord, we muit reat. I>o. our proud lampa are amptled of thatr ll?ht. Weary our handa to toll. or- feat to roam, Our day la paat and awirtly falla thy nljht. Ix>rd. lead ua home. -afarjorte L 42. PtckthaU, ln the Metrev polltar. Mnjcaalne The 8ea Hate. Soft It elngv In nhlnlns rtpplae. ?lad be neath tha E?lden day, "With a Uu*h amont the dune rriuee aa lt rllnga tta Jewel epray. But I hate Ita emllee and whlapera. for benaath tha white, curle.l BTBBte lalea tha a;reat black heart of terror aad tha wrath that never reete. Hlddan from the bleaaad dayllajht. In tta cavea lt heav*a and throba. ?Wtth a draadful choklna Eur?le and a aound of dyln*- eobe. And tha lon?. dark. trauiina; eeaweed. llftad on Ita ehb aod rt >w. Ia like hair of drowned woman whalmad wlthln tha undertow. Throu?h tha pala trraan duaka of twt llEht from tha rolUne; myatlc line. Comee a chant of fear and heauty, callln? awaet to me and m'.na. But I rtee tha alran mualc of tha erual Dg rtood, For Ita doom la In tta m*-eaa*;e and tha answar ln my blood. The Ant and the Slugqard Conntrler the llfe of the shaaaard, 0 ant' ruln your luuKa with that torturlna pant? "Why *.limb with your burdan thoea weart aotna ateapB. Whlle tha alucsard at ?**? ao raatfully aleepa? Ha drlfta without care on a river of dr?>ama. Whlle tha nweat fmm your forehaad la runnina* ln mr And whea lean fi labor your h..ardtnica you Hell f?e.l, freah an.l fat. at tha charlty lunch. 'Twlxt cradle and arave but brlaf ia ra.-e If you aail>.p throueh llfe at tha atrenu aujt i ? ' ? ? a . opan your I -r tha alusaard. O ant. and ba I 'pplnrott'e. Men Never Know. Men mnurn the Men that w*->men tell ? ??nrtlfa* Her Judaa - vell A heart la ,lay )t_ ie bera; ahe doea | , n? Tae inm* ia called. how well ahell play Bbt la there; ahe doea not pay If . . . ? llea that wosaea tell Tha cunniaa. heartlaaa ll.** lo nr.t kn..w the !lea they hear? The l.rev. Her amllli.. ? .? ,.n f#ar a heart ia bera '? The bbusm her * aaar Sleep. Whan to aort leeliaa aa ? rW !I>rlf! f tt. An In a lark Tlli ,U p iaaala Tha 1 For i aa paln. e ~T - ? < The Little One. rn al? aj m j s.ir, roa jri\?- ase i.>\e .lear uttie .npta ? li. nhun I Th. 'fall ? f your ?w.'*t f.Hith in me. I To hopea l'm w:h your conilt.. in ln*? If. havlna you, I I Judgment. R?-fore hia rel^aa aea The a>>uls of tbeSB that Iih.1 not aougiit to With al! their Built u&*>n them. and thay crl They that had aluned frasfl hate and luat and ;.r ?'Thou thal .l.il'at make ua what we nil?ht Lacome. Judge ua"' The Judge of all th*- earth waa dumb. But MajB ab >ve them, lr. hia aoverelga piace. He llfted up the ptt] of his I arunaaa Deaa HaaaBg I Wonder. I wonder lf ever a :.o:?< was sunir But the atnfcvr'e kearl e.*ri^ I wonder lf ev?-r a rl.vn,.- v*. aa run? But the thousht aurp.s.?i>d I wonder lf ever a a< u I] Ight Tlli the cold atcne | ta ardeat thought; Or lf evar a painter with light and ahaov. The dream of his lnnioat heart por trayed' FROM THE PENCIL'8 POINT. Offenaive wivea make defenaive hue banda. It'a the worst kind ot luck when you have that kind. Bnt few men who aay nothing have the wood-aawing hablt Zbe Iteople's Itestaurant, -i&ai -750 North 3fd St., Richmond, Va - MEALS at All Hours?Hot or Col. . Roard by Day, Y\ eek or Month. SOFT DRINK.s. POLITB ATTBNTION GIVKMKAOlL. Mme. SYLVIA L MITCHELL, Proprtctress. ryi* aV i .; a busyboay bas b no?<- for Bcandal. At the age of 30 a glr! beglna to reaiixc that she mlssea the "Mr?." A man ?ither makea more or leaa money than he aaya he makea. R' ??rt? 'r- ? ,:TI koep a woman from accepting the preaent. a n-an under the X-ray machlne ? aroald flnd out what is In him. BB stand up for Ihalr prin e men slt down and let mon-> Ia al i Baaa has a a | man who likea to da Oar srenins ls one who laeaata a w iy t,, make a good living for hia fao ?r work with about ** Bfl :n aa they would look fo? a aJtaost as hard for a rlch man to enter the k ,f heaven aa it to break into tho Unii. REFLE^TIONS OF UNCLE EZRA. ; poet got hia start writf- ,ins Of An.l i? really The dltTt and B is that the Bi iij tha ? Th- ,\ klnda of molly coddles. I'ut th< \ all w Tln ? r ,n the biisit.' money aetUag Thla la n praya for rain. and and that grasa In his fi , s aboal a |4 to li.. cut. I a< ba papera that a I that kin make To kaota an hour. Huh' that'a aothlag Hod Patara had a boat out on Duck lake last year that made 70 k- lante. The heavlng line | ad up ic the prO| wheel - -.1'.. FLASHES OF FUN. : ortals are overloaded with motlves. Da tiot waati en. I hlag can convlnce a lazy man not a rtetla* of bad luck. Why wa :ike Baa cause she was the flrst of the weak. How can a man raat on pos terity? She?On of tlme. Mair.ma Varion. I BBB aurprised that you should suffer a man to kiss you. Marlon?Bat, mumma, lt wasn't .suf ferlng. MERE OPINION. Few thing.i are aaore common than serlousnesa. Every eheaiful thought polnta the way to ano PolitenesH ls 181 ae. Too much of lt la atckenlBg. The ehlld thal is pald to ba - n.chning to wa mo. in Baratag batra in is upon your ciiimy. man Bf! abl" ' lf his lm ? A PHLOSOPH'T'S NOTEBOOK. A .er hlts tbe nal! on the lu ad. and an 8 trouble bbbbm lo daya man who borrowa trouble haa at leaet the aolace of knowlng that no one will ever dun him to pay it back Poaalbly the chap who growls aboui the waahday dlnner would have found lt more pleaaing to his taale it he bad done the waahing.?Succe?a Magaslce Simple C-'-He for 8ora Throat. Tincture af m y.;*h. two drachms, wa? ter, four evarea, vlnegar, four ouncaa. Mii b> ahakii s up ta a bottle. The Wlll and Its AppJIcatlon. Aa Indivldual'a wlll u like a h: - piece of atrong machlnery; the inti'i lect must dlraet ita working* Taa head on earth can havo "ng wlll; the real atreng'h is ui aaoalaa hoa to use it. aii of *?u< e ??>"? to teach ua that few argument8. quarrels or distreastog situa" h a fijh' It of Lalloalna an impulse 10 gai: renge. lt ia always more aatlsfactory and decent to back up and forgeL Cor.troled by Combine. There is a truat in fullere earth with ihe Baal i ro< css known only to one or two i.- - .. ||l>9 are rlgidly BBBl< d Tha de| llor'a eaarth aa | a; Dath aad tlnt.baiii> ,?.-. i.u.lainl. . ixton, la Hrailand. In addltioa tc in tha laatrj '? P'a I by a combin*' which stn | the meihods of yreparanon of tBM Army Doga. The German army dogs are so trained that whaa Ihey tlnd a dead body they aet up a prolottged howling lf no on.' dead man'a cap or some small article, and with this ln their teeth go on a hnnt for their tratner, whaa. they 1.1 tbe BpOt ir tha man is w ? . :ished. ? Ammal d. Lond. Introapectlon Not for All. BoMl 'ielie.htfui oaly to the lr Portuc/:eae Prov?rb 1 dog to bark Oaedlenca the Firtt Requiaite. To :? is th?* fundam*>nta] art of ejovamlng-?Carlyle For an Apnetizer. ?lix.'d with ? Into balla. koua II ith a plaln aalad 4. Hayes OFKICK ANI> a \fc! 727 Nortli Sccond Stretn nasiiiKNCH, rasM. t:u\ St ntaUOaBaa Ha* ke a:. ; (VaeEou Ol ? arhea the taaallj Itahte plnca aii 'r> ti lora an ai aitoa ir apeelal attaettoa te oall ed lo the new Btyla Oaa < < Cali and see me aad walt-. .>n lndlviduall> Ph aa S. W. ROBINSON. NO. 23 NORTH 18TH S DKAI.KK 1M FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, &c. aaJsT-All Stock Sold as 4Juaranteed.<-a> Pkurvii-'i" ATTENTION Vour patronage la respectiully ao 60 YrArts* EXPEI.ILNCE Trade Marks Dtsigns COFVRIC.HTS dkc. tper utl ? ScivittiHc flmcrican. A hanilaomoir lllnatmf ???! ? eet dr. rulai. } . ? . t .. .- . . , all n.-?a.t..?)eTe. MUNN & Co.36,B'?-d^ New York Brai.< h < ??? ... *r? K h't-. a'aihiu^mii. li. C JURGKN'S SON Before making your purchase you would do well to call at the most rcliable furuiture house in the city and see the fine line of REFRIGERATORS, MATTINGS, OIL-CLOTHS And in fact everything that is needed in house furnishings. RUGSAND CARPETS Of every description; also the latest designs in ROCKERS and special CHAIRS. Our gooda at* the best for the prioe and the price is very low. C. G. JURGEN'S SON, Adams and Broad Strbrts. A PROBLEM SOLVING INSTD UTION. TO OWN YOUR HOME MBANS TO 8QLVM THK NftORO PROBLBM WHEN BUYINO, 4y9 HENSELLIV ipt+ HE\ RENTING PROFKRTY call on the PEOPLE'SKEAL ESTATE* INVESTMENTCo REALTY I\ ALL Ol* ITS BRANCHES 707 North Second Street, Richmond, Virginia. Telephone, 4854. J. J. CARTF.R. President. W. F. DKNNY. Se. .eiary ? ? BaaBhaafaavTVaBl B*Ba*Ba898B)| IN EverythmgEverything\ * FURNITURE-i ~"""?> FURNITURE SPECIALTIES *a 0 | Floor Coverings I CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND PRFSrNTS. fSYDNOR & HUNOUY, INC Jjj 709 711 713 EAi*T BROAD STREET. W V"^??wa**"**8JBa?B*a^ 'Phone 577 Richmond, Va I A. D. PRICE, ? Punere! Dircctor. embolmcr ond Livervman. All ordera promptly niw-,, n? BBJOTI tiotl.v by tnlegraph or n ;. .?l,hone Hall. pj.taeJ 'or Baee.lng, ,u,d oU-, enUrtalnrm tienty ,f r...?, ,IV cooyaalBaeaB Laarsje afaati a ' 'r h1"4 ?' aa : aathlag o.n ara, | elaa., cart tmgglaa, at. K..-, couatantly on hand fln* fun ? eral ?uim "**??* No 2t2 East Leigh Street e*aB* " |***aaaa**aBN9s| *8aan i^mh-. > OffaTaM BJaii l?W *M? ITatlaffT BBBBB .m Duty %|| M*!,,. ; -?? BJBJ 4 ^r" < ? 1 P- ~j<* ^"?^Sfl^aaaT lat^Baw^ ta/iTUtaa WITHIN ONt BLOCK OF Li5TRLLTCARUNES THAT TAKE YPU (T -TOALL ^RTSOFTHE r .CjTY^ ! TCRMS "REASONABLE tCOIMD AND LLICH STA ? C M/WQ/M D. >>A. niniijt 1 V\ 1 JOHNSON. jfuncral SMrector m\b Embalmcr, \ Office & Warerooms, 207 N. Foushee St. Cor Broad j HACKS FOR HIRE. | Ordera by Telephone or Telegraph filled. Weddinga Snppers and Entertaiiimenta promptly atteuded. ; Telephone, 666 Residence in Bailding. !?"* BaafaafaaaafaBBaal aBBBa*BaaBB>8atafi BBBaaBaaafaTi ^.^I^JoJI^r^^jiy. | I'K4>F. I> l> iillt < k. M l>. atrange, Wonderful, but True ar?? the awe stricken twsts glven by The ftreat Auatrallan Medlum i'fcOK I>. (| itlil * Bj, M l?. 'be only Llvlnr Apostle ef ricience ai the Mysterlee a04HlO ln 4J?ld to any ane In the | a*>i*?rng merre power than any four medluma comhlned No card. trame or hand bumbug ffreateet llind?M> Medtaao ta the World. 80 OREAT 18 H18 POWER that aa eaa tefl yea whlle Ia a Clalrver ant state. all you wish to know with ?ut a word being spoken tk>m?*. tll ye unbelier -a sooffers anJ jeer <re: bring all your skeptlrism witb ? ou?he wlll op.a your ayee te the I rlv .te chamber mystery Come all e bnVken hearted wlvae. ell wtth .#w spliita and let bi.a Mft the bur dea from yoar achlng aaJ Jealana heart. He ehallengai the World to rempete wtth him lx caualng a spead y marriage with tha ene yoa hrre; aniang tha eaaaratad aaaj m-t-ag the loai .me Tracee loat er I Mtolen gooda Uneartha hlddea | reaanrea Rr*ii,oiea evil luflueuces roeaaa, dpella, ill Luck, eureo trlcka J iratlona glves Luck ana t duci ea* tn all you andertake. Curea 'h** ' ?"<? Uquor Habita Al Uaa to be aet Free. H*- ls the only one that wlll glvt vv ritfen Ouarantee to compleU roar aaaf aaa or .-ef ind your money xre yoa ,lrk- Do y0u know ^^ the trouble la with you? 4k>me anO < ?uihuh Naiure'a Doctor. Hheumatlsju. Inaomnla. Hyeterla and all Dueaae? cured Poluta giv ?r> on Horae Raclng and all Oame. ot ( h . No matter what alls you. come aud aee thla wonderful man. Read er hare you ootlced that aome peo ple have a hand time te get alona ao matter how thay toll. whlle oth ?r? have aucceaa hfany wealtt men and woman owe their euccera ta this wooderful man He wlll tell yoa whom you arLa wm'tB... WUl l?? ?? ?rWl Be wlll tell yoa wbo your frleada aad enomlae are. 43an yoa tell 7 Doni take a laap la e dark. but ba ad rlaed by thla wonderful man Oreat eet Prophet ln extatenee. #.,?* -LT*5.* 9uoc^l? whea others fall. Thla ls teuo chance of a llfe ttme Don't let lt pavas yaa. Oalce hours t A. at. ta y 10 P at Sunday: 1:30 ta 7: So ?*. M. N. B.?Oar ouvaultetttoa Fea a> it) oanta. SHUnaa, 41 04. AM la* tera eontalnaaa 0100 ertli *? ad ta fall. Baaaa ua 8 ita a?..