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WILLY WAS TOO LIBERAL
Oversupply ol Alcoholic Stimulants
Disturbed Schedule of Funeral'
Dean Ramsay's memoirs contain an
anecdote of-an old woman of Straths
pey. Just before her death she sol
emnly instructed her grandnephew:
"Willy, Fm deeln', and as ye'll hae the
charge o' a' I have; mind now that as
much whisky is to be used at my fu
neral as there was at my baptism."
Willy, having, no record of the Quan
tity consumed at the baptism, decided
to give every mourner as much as he
.wished, with, the result that the fu
neral procession, having to traverse
ten miles to the churchyard on a
short November day, arrived only at
Then it was discovered that the
mourners, halting at a wayside Inn,
had rested the coffin on a dyke and'
'eft it there when they, resumed' their
journey. The corpse was a day late
In arriving at the grave. i
CONFINED TO BED.
ftldgway, Pa., Woman Endures Terri
y. ble Suffering.
Mrs. Jacob Farr, 406 Broad street,
Ttt^fca^Pa., says:' "I suffered the
worst kind of pain through my back,
the kidneys were'
weak and I had dizzy
?pells. For a long
time I was unable
to attend to my
work and was con
fined to bed for
we?ks. I doctored
constantly, to no
avail Doan's Kid
ney Pills helped me-light away, and
soon I was cured. I am better and
sponger than In years."
' Remember the name-Doan's. For
sile ty all dealers. 50 cents a box.
ster-Mllbuni Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
"What have you to say to this charge
of bigamy; why did you have so many
"Well, judge, I expected to weed
cut a few of them later."
Why She Brought It Up,
"Do you remember," she asked,
' that you said once that unless I
promised to be yours the sun. would
cease to shine ?"
' "I don't remember it now, but I
B?R?ose I may have said something
! the kind."
have you forgotten that you
;d me that unless I; permitted
to claim me, as your own the moon
fall from her place In the j
rens?" ' Z
Jb; well, what if I did say so? j
Why do you want to bring that up. |
merely wished to assure you that
' sorry I didn't shut my eyes and
His Soft" Answer,
id this is the sort of excuse you
up for coming home two hours
for dinner and in such a condi
tion-that you and that disreputable
Augustus Jones were . out hunting
mushrooms, you wretch? And where,
?ray, are the mushrooms?"
1?re zay are,m' dear, In rn* ves'
?t; and'w'jle zay ain' so many of
m* dear, we had lots of fun
'an' I-hun tin' "ern."
An Unnecessary System. .
"ou ought to have a burglar alarm
In your house," said the elec
supply agent, "so that you will
wakened if a burglar raises one
ie windows or opens a door at
ight." - -
"No burglar can get In here whinle
we are peacefully sleeping," replied
Mr. Newpop. "We are weaning our
What's become of the hookworm
&ke? Gone out of Stiles? When will
they get Into Stiles again? Eh, Dr.
a fireman antagonizes you tell
to go to blazes.
A little Cream,
right from the box.
Breakfast in a minute,
and you have a meal as
delightful as it is whole
, Post Toasties are / crisp
brown, Huffy bits' that al
most melt in the mouth.
POSTUM CEREAL CO.,, LTD.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
I Farm Topics
fe*KMM80? ?osa? o?c*S#99
LAND FOR ALFALFA:
Professor Voorhees says there are
?300,000 acres in New Jersey which
would raise forage crops, alfalfa and
vegetables. Upon these lands there
Is enough timber to pay for clearing.
These lands would make S000 fifty
acre farms at $7 an acre, which in tho
course of five years would produce
$50 an acre. These lands are better
than much of the land in the Far
West for which farm-seekers are pay
ing big prices, and only a few mile?
from7 the best markets In the world.
FOR FILLING THE SILO.
I have a ?2x24 foot stave silo with
a five-foot concrete base. When
filled It soon settles five or six feet. I
want lo, cover it and would like to
raise the sides enough for the staves
to be filled with settled silage.
I have in mind to raise eight stud
ding on top of staves and spike 2x4
Inch plate on top of these: Have
.some 3/?x6 inch boards sawed and
bend around the studding. This
would hold the sllageUs it-settles into
the staves be?ow and brace the stud
ding as they support the roof. Any
cross braces Inside j the circle would
not allow the silage to settle properly.
The roof would be rather flat and
covered with some kind of roofing
What do you think of this plan? If
you eau suggest anything better and
economical 1 will appreciate lt.-A.
Ans.: The plan for temporarily
holding the silage when filling and
settling iij into the silo proper seems
to be a good one, and for such use
would not be expensive, while fully
meeting the purpose. - The Indiana
The. high price of pork'has stimu
lated interest in swine raising all over
the country. Many Eastern farmers
that have had no hogs on their ?arma
for years are looking around for pigs
and improved ?stock for breeding pur
poses. Even village' people are turn
ing their attention to hog raising as a
back-yard induntry. At Meyersdale,
Pa., a special meeting of the Town
Council recently repealed an ordi
nance prohibiting the raising or keep
ing of hogs witMn the borough limits,
and it is said many of the inhabitants
have erected stys on their lots'and
are searching the country districts
for young pigs.-Indianapolis News.
THE POOR LAND'S CRY.
One of the apparent contradictions
of nature is seen in the so-called
"poor land?" of thc mountain States.
This land will| grow" twenty bushels
of wheat f^r a few years, then quickly
falls to ten bushels. Yet this land
will grow immense crops of alfalfa,
and after alfalfa it grows hi,: crops of
The secret of this condition is that
the land is rich in all mineial ele
ments of plant food, but poor in
nitrogen. The alfalfa gets the nitro
gen from the air and thrives. When
plowed under it supplies nitrogen to
the soil, which makes large crops of
wheat possible. This is like a "hand
writing on the wall" lo ali farmers.
It illustrates the immense, value of
clover in capturing the atmospheric
nitrogen and adding it to the soil in
an.available form. /Since nitrogen is
worth nineteen cents a pound, while
potash is worth five cents and phos
phoric acid four cents, we see how very
expensive nitrogen Is. In buying fer
tilizer you note the very high price
of that containing much nitrogen.
So it seems nature has given us a
kindly "helping hand" in furnishing
the legumes, such as alfalfa, clover,
cowpeas and others to secure for the
intelligent farmers the only one cost
ly element of fertility.
Science shows us that the growing
plant takes ninety-five per cent, of its
dry matter from the air. The car
bon, hydrogen ard oxygen, which
form most of the starchy matter and
the cellulose of seeds and stalk, come
from the air.
The soil furnishes only five per
cent, of all the plant food of our
crops. By the use of clover ve great
ly reduce the costly part of this five
per cent, and also make the ground
friable and fertife.
Yet we have many farmers, espe
cially In southern counties of this
State, who grudge the use of the :and
for clover. They rio not appreciate
that clover is the most valuable crop
of the rotation, that Its feeding value
is great, while it makes grain crop?
Now's the time when we have boom
sales on strops," remarked the head
of a barber supply concern on Sev
enth avenue. "You see a large num
ber of men shed their beards at the
approach of summer, and a majority,
I should reckon, can't understand
why their strops are not in good
working order. It's because of keep
ing them in warm places, drawers,
closets, boxes, etc. Thus, the oil
dries out, and the snap of the leather
is gone. Of course, it's best to have
a double strop, but the canvas side
should always be first in service."
/New York Times.
Ia the event o? dry weather keep
?harp lookout for red spider amonn
.our evergreens, and if detected spray
with a solution ol! whale oil.
The planting of hardy plants of all
sinds may be prolonged by using
potted plants, where they may be ob
tained. Frequently a planting is
postponed until another season un
ier the impression that it is too late
when it might have been accom
plished with the use of potted plants.
The great advantage in getting it
Jone without walting is the time
javed in having the plants estab
It is possible to apply too much
juickly available nitrogen for toma
?oes. For this reason fresh manure
should never be used immediately b-;
!ore planting tomatoes. If the plants
ire slow In starting after setting In
:he field nitrate of soda may be used
:o good advantage. This fertilizer,
though, should seldom be applied
more than once or possibly twice
tvhen the season is cool.-Farmers'
. VARIETY AND CULTURE.
When one Is planting a small fruit
garden or an orchard, it must te re
membered that the matter of variety
is no more important than the cul
ture which the plants receive. Our
most highly flavored fruit becomes
insipid when starved in growth and
?hoked to death with weeds. Two
plants, bushes or trees of the same
sort and equally as vigorous at the
start will bear fruit that will scarcely
ae'recognized b-y the taste, as related
:o each other if one grows io a roomy,
rich, weil cultivated soil and the other
rrows and produces its fruit in a sod
bound, poverty-stricken soil and
irowded among the trees or plants
so that what sunshine reaches its
tranches has to steal in by many
ways.-Farmers' Home Journal.
WHEN TO WATER FLOWERS.
Watering in the evening, besides
liding in the spread of fungus dis
eases, also causes "damping off."
Watering should never be practiced
luring heavy, cloudy weather. Shade,
heat and light should be considered.
Plants growing in the bright sunlight
ilways need more- water than those
in the shade, for evaporation and
transpiration are always greater un
??r such circumstances. Midday wat
ering, when the, sun shines directly
an the foliage, will burn the foliago
Df many ot our common house plant?.
Shading during excessive heat will
strengthen the plants and assist In re
Temperature, botb of air and wat
er, should be considered. An over
heated " ?iud humid atmosphere will
?ause straggly, spindly growth.' very
susceptible to disease. The tempera
nce of the water used has been found
to have a marked effect on plants. It
has been found that the best results
are obtained when water of about the
same temperature as the room in
which the planr/is growing is used.
Although watering should not be
carried om so that a constantly wet
soil is the result, the watering should
always be thorough. The receptacle
in which the plant grows should al
ways have one or more holes, in the
bottom, and when enough water has
been supplied these should be drip
ping with water which has run
through the soil and is draining out,
-Washington Star. 1
HOME-MADE LAWN SPRINKLER.
The accompanying diagram illus
trates the essential points of a lawn
sprinkler that not only is cheap, but
economical in water besides, and you
can make it from a ?ew pipe fittings
in no time.
'.tn the diagram A indicates a ^ or
An Adjustable Lawn Sprink?er.
% Inch gas pipe tee, according to the
size of hose used; B, nipples of gas
pipe six inches long; C, cup for gas
pipe; F, hose coupling; G, air hoies.
drilled into the nipples BB, three in
each, and not nore than 1-1G inch in
In putting this together do not
screw the nipples BB very tight into
the tee A-this allows the row ot
holes to be turned at any angle. Like
wise; with the cups C, as the holes
may become clogged and need clenu
ing.\ You will notice that you can
easily get the necessary fittings at any
plumbing shop and in most places of
this kind they will drill the holes for
you; other than this there is no labor.
You will also note how one can walk
right up behind the spray and move it
from place to place. 1 have used two
of these devices for the past two years
and they work splendidly.-Theo. L
Valerius, in Home and Garden.
A Private Performance.
"You are charged with stealinf
nine of Colonel Henry's hens last
night. Have you any witnesses?'
asked the justice sternly.
"Nussah!" said Brother Jonei
humbly. "I 'specks I'se sawtuh pe
culla dat-uh-way, but it ain't neve;
been mah custom to take witn?ssei
along when I goes out chicken steal
in', Buh."-Central Law Journal.
Tho shortest days In the year, t
the New York Timea, are holidara.
THE WORLD MOVES.
In limes gone by when we'd convey
A task's she?r hopelessness, we'd say,
"You can't do that-no use to try
Not anr more than you can fly."
But that old phrase we've left behind,
It's useless now; we've got to find
Some new comparison, by jingi
For man-flight is a common thing.
. -Boston Transcript.
KNEW HIS PLACE.
"Are you the head of the family?1
"No, I'm only the snb-head."*-New
HER CLAIM TO FAME.
"Is this actress a comedienne or a
"Neither; just a divorcee.'*-Louis,
.Don't you like to get close to na
ture in the spring?" |
*Well I don't care to walk out any
further than the sidewalks run."
* The Court-"You.will swear th?t
the prisoner stole your umbrella?"
The Plaintiff-"Your Honor, I will
swear that he stole the umbrella J
was carrying."-Cleveland Leader.
"There's an awful lot of sameness
"Oh, cheer up. Read some jokes.
"I have just been reading some.
That Is what prompted my first re?
WHEN LADIES VOTE.
"My dear madam, don't you realize"]
that repeating is a serious offense?"
"Judge, I had to do it. . Both can?
didates are in my set. I couldn't pos
sibly discriminate."-Louisville Ccur?
HTS LAST CHANCE.
Mrs. Henpeck-r"They say that
romea do all the taking, but I no
tice in a wedding ceremony the man
has as much to sayas the woman."
Mr. Henpeck-"Yes; but it usually
?tops right there."
WRITING IT UP.
"The wealth and intellect or the
lown were there."
"Well, describe what the wealth
tvore, and work in a^ew o' the epi
grams that the intellect let fall."-?
THE LATEST WAY.
Ella-"Eella always wants to do
something put of the ordinary."
Stella-"That's so; when she heard
about a couple getting married by
telephone she decided that she would
be married by 'wireless.' "-New
OWNING UP. -
"Wife, you have been under the
Impression for the past twenty years
that I took a cold bath every morn- j
"And haven't you?"
"I must tell the truth. Them
baths have been lukewarm, my dear.'
COST OF SPONTANEITY.
"I want the office, of course,'" said
the aspiring statesman, "but not un
less I am the people's choice."
"We can fix that, too," said his
campaign manager; "only you know
it's a good deal more r ..ens!ve to be
the people's choice than it is to go
in as the compromise candidate."
"Yes, my son?"
"Will you please tell me some'
"What is it, ray boy?"
"Why, when you scratch your face
it leaves a mark, and when you
scratch your head it doesn't?"-Yon?
JUMBO HEALTH FOOD.
"Maria," exclaimed Mr. Stubb, as"
he rushed down to breakfast, "bring
me some health food. I have the
appetite of an elephant." g.
And Mrs. Stubb placed a five-cent
bag of peanuts before his plate.
"Great .Tose?f?is!" / roared **$Ir.
Sttfbb in disgustado you call this
health food?" .
"Certainly, my dear; health food
for the appetite of an elephant."-.
Chicago News. .?
"Look here," said one of the Jury
men, after they had retired, "if I un
derstand aright, the plaintiff doesn't
ask damages for blighted affections or
anything of that sort, but only wants
to get back what he's spent on pres
ents, pleasure trips, and so forth."
"That is so," agreed the foreman.
"Well, then, I vote we don't give
him a penny," said the other hastily.
"If all the fun he had with that girl
didn't cover the amount he expended,
it must be his own fault. Gentlemen,
I courted that girl once myself."
The Housekeeper. ,
NOT JOKING THEI?.
Helen-I never know when your
friend Gruet is joking and when he is
Henry-He's in earnest when he
tries to corrow money.
RAW ECZEMA ON HANDS
*1 had eczema on my hands for ten
years. I had three good doctors hut
none of them did any ^good. I then
used one? box of Cuticura Ointment
and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent
and was completely cured. My hands
were raw all over, inside and out, and
the eczema was spreading all over my
body and limbs. Before I had used one
bottle, together with the Cuticura
Ointment, my sores were nearly
healed over, and by the time I had.
used the third bottle, I was entirely
well. To any one who has any skin
or blood disease I would honestly ad
vise them to fool with nothing else,
but get .Cuticura and get well. My
hands have never given me the least
bit of trouble up to now.
"My daughter's hands this summer
became perfectly raw with eczema.
She could get nothing that would, do
them any good until she tried Cuti
cura. She used Cuticura Resolvent
and Cuticura Ointment and in two
weeks they were entirely cured. I
have used Cuticura for other members
of my family and italways proved suc
cessful. Mrs. M. E. Falin, Speers
Ferry, Va., Oct 19, 1909."
lt Was the Other Way..
"Mr. Jones," said the senior partner
in the wholesale, dry goods /house to
the drummer who stood before him in
the private office, "you have been
With us for the past ten years."
"Yes, slr." *
"And you ought to know the rules
of the house. One of them is that no
man of ours shall take a side line."
"But I have none, slr."
"But you have lately got married."
"Yes; but can you call that a side
line, Mr. Jones?"
"Technically, it may not be."
"You needn't fear that having a
wife ls going to bring me in off. a trip
"Oh, I don't It is the fear that
having a wife at home you'll want to
stay out on the road altogether!"
What They Did With Them.
An American who spends much of
his time In England tells of a cockney
who went to a dealer In dogs ?nd thus
described what he wanted. "Hi wants
a kind of dog about so 'igh an' so long.
Hit's a kind of gr'y'ound, an' yet it
ain't a gr'y'ound, because 'is tyle is
shorter nor any o' these 'ere gr'y'ounds,
an' 'ls nose ls shorter, an' 'e ain't so
slim round the body. But still 'e's
a kind o' gr'y'hound. Do you keep such
dogs?" "We do not," said the dog man.
"We drown 'em."
Can chills bc completely cured? Yes!
"No prescription ever effected more than
a temporary suppression of the chills. I
wns told to try your Hughes' Tonic; one
bottle made a complete cure." Sold by
Druggists-50c. and $1.00 bottles. Prepared
by Robinson-Pettet Co. (Inc.), Louisville*
She Knew the Worst.
Mistress (hiring servant)-I hope
you know your place?
Servant-Oh, yes, mum! The last
three girls you had told me all
for IIBADACHU-MU-K'N CAPUDINK
Who:her from Colds. Heat. Stomach
ot Nerv?n Troubles. Capudlne will re
lieve you. It's liquid-pleasant to take
-acts lmmemlately. Try it. llOc 25c.
?nd 50c at drug st?ren.
It's the experience of every man
that he wants a' lot he doesn't get
and gets a lot he doesn't want.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take.
Do not gripe.
After marrying for money, many a
man wishes he had been brought up to
work for a living.
For COLDS find GIMP.
HIck'B Capudlne ls the best remedy
relieves the-achlng- and feverishness
?.jures Wie Cold and restores normal
conditions. It's liquid-effects imme
diately. 10c. 25c nnd ROc. at drugstores.
Some people need only a little hole
of observation to take in all the im
portant scandals of the age.
Mn. Window*? Soothing Syrup forChildnnj
teething. *oftcni< the gums, reduces infiunma*
tion, allayai>ain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
A man's argument is nearly always
lt was in this verycotfc
from Birmingham, Ala.,
died of Fever. They had
son's Tonic cured them i
Thc two physicians hero hod 3 very obst
wero I cc Ilona and lived on a creek 50 ys
months fe .'anding, tholr temperature ran gl r
thing In vain. I persuaded them to let m<
ed matter and let the medicine go out In a ;
feet in all three cases was Immediate- and p
was no recurrence of the Fever.
Write lo THE JOHNSON'S CHILL
It was cine of thesi
spectacles on fais <
was thai: it didn't
was fed. The que
not entered into hi
It's only a "ter
cn experiment witt
self regardless of digestion and nutritioi
jags for all the good he gets out of his
grows "weak'' the action of the organs
ond| the man suffers the miseries of dyi
To strengthen the stomach, l
Hans of digestion and nu tri t
cse Dr. Pierce's Golden Met
telling rome *y, and bas the
1 well as the praise ot thonsan
la the strictest sense "Golden M edi
cine. It contains neither intoxicants no
es from opium, cocaine and other dange
its outside wrapper.
Don't let a dealer delade you for hil
stomach, liver and blood "just as good'
TOOK A SECOND THOUGHT.
Aggrieved Visitor Agrees With Man
Who Spoke About the Better
Part of Valor.
Bishop William H. McVickar of the
Episcopal diocese of Rhode Island, has
hundreds of Boston friends who will,
he interested In a story they are tell
ing down in Providence about Him.
The bishop ls as big physically as he
is mentally. On a certain occasion
some yearr ago, he preached a sermon
on the need for missionary work in
the back towns of his state, and espe
cially mentioned the town of Foster,
which certainly deserved a3 much as
he s?.id about it.
There are a good many fighters In
Foster, and the worst of the lot an
nounced to all who cared to hear that
when he went to Providence he
WOUIL make lt his business to chas?
tise the bishop. He didn't happen to
visit the city until a month or so ago.
On his return he joined the crowd
about the stove in the village post
"Well, Hi," said one of the gray
beards. "Did ye lick this here Par
son McVickar when ye was down to
Hi spat deliberately befqre he re
plied. "Lick him!" he said. "Say,
he's eight foot tall and four foot
broad. Lick him? I'saw'him."-Bos
The Wrong Sort.
An old Irish peasant was one Sun
day sitting in front of his cottage
puffing away furiously at his pipe.
Match after match he lighted, pull
ing hard at the pipe the while, until
at last the ground all. round his feet
was strewed with struck matches.
"Come in to your dinner, Patsy/' at
length called out his wife.
"Faith, and Ol will in a minute, Bid
dy," said he. "Moike Mulrooney has
been a-telling me that if O i shmoked
a bit av ghlass Ol cud see the shpots
on the SUB. Ol don't know whether
Moike's been a-fooling me or whether
Oi've got hold av the wrong kind of
lt Wouldn't Stretch.
The assessor was doing the very
best he could, but the farmer was
shrewd and wary.
"How many acres of farming land
have you?" he inquired warily.
" 'Bout 20, I guess," said Reuben.
"Twenty! Why, it looks to me like
nearer 120. Come, now, can't you in
crease that a little? There are surely
more than 20 acres In that tract. Sup
pose you stretch that a little."
"Say, feller," said the farmer, "this
ain't no rubber plantation."-Harper's
Tetterine Conquers Poison Oak.
I enclose 50 cents in stamps for a box
of Tetterine. I have poison oak on me
again, and that is all that ever has
cured lt. Please hurry it on to
M. E. Hamlett.
Montalba. Tex.. May 21. '08.
Tetterine cures Eczema. Tetter, Ring
Worm. Itching Piles. Old Itching Sores.
Dandruff. Chillblains and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine 50c;
Tetterine Soap 25c. Your druggist, or
by mail from the manufacturer. The
Shuntrine Co.. Savannah. Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine
we give a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver
Playing the Market.
"Curbroke never pays for his meat
until a month afterward."
"So I hear. Prices in the meantime
go up, and he feels as though he'd
TO OKIVB OUT MALARIA
AND U?ILD UP THE SYSTEM
Tune tue Old btnndard GKOVB'tJ TAd'CKi>Ksa
CHILL TONIO You know what TOO are taking.
Tue formula ls plainly printed on eyery bottle,
showing; lt ls nltnply Quinine and Iron In a taste
less form. The Unlnlne drlres out too malaria
and io? Iron hulla? ut tne system. Sold by all
aculen, tor SO years, /''r.ce ;<J cents.
How would it do ?O try the experi
ment of going to the erring with love,
instead of law? Wouldn't it be a step
nearer to paradise?
For Red, Itch lng Eyelids. Cyst ?, Styes
Falling Eyelashes and AU Eyes That
Need Care Try Murine Eye Salve. Asep
tic Tubes-Trial Size-25c Ask Your Drug
gist or Write Murine Eye Remedy Co.,
When a girl marries for a home she
seldom boasts of what she gets.
ige in Brookside, 15 miles
that three Italians nearly
been sick 3 months. John
Eu?ckFy-read letter belows
Brookside Ala., May 4,1003.
Inate cases ot continued Malarial Fever. All
irds from my store. These cases were of three
ig from 100 to 10t. The doctors had tried every
5 try Johnson's Tonic. Fremoved all the'print
plain bottle as a regular prescription. The el
ermanonU. They recovered rapidly and there
6. R. SHIFLETT.
& FEVER TONIC CO., Savannah, Ca.
0 experimental farmers, who put ?reen
:ow and fed her shavings. His theory
matter what the cow ate so long os she
stions of digestioa and nourishment had
1 de rf oo t" farmer that would try suca
i a cow. But many a farmer feeds him
a. He might almost as well eat shay?
food. The result is that the stomach,
of digestion end nutrition are impaired
?pepsia and the agonies of nervousness?
restore the activity ot the 6r*.
lon and brace op tho nerves?
Heal Discovery. It is an un?
confidence ot physicians os
ds heated by Ita nae.
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