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Far Alwtyi remember that breeding from Immature stock Is breeding downward In site. The man who wanfs to see his stock, no matter what kind It 1». Improve year by year and thus become more profitable to him, always Is very particular as to the selection of hi» breeding animals, and yon can rest assured that no such man has any room for a small Immature animal which he is to use for such purposes. Experience With the Cream Separator I have a neighbor who has long In sisted on the usual way of setting hi* milk In a cool house and skimming It for butter making. He used a Hate O' k cream tester and found that his n ik from the cow averaged a butter fat test of 4>i per cent., which he knew ought to give him in three days over fifty pounds of butter. Rut In got only twenty-eight pounds of but ter out of it lie had an excellent. o>"i milk-house, and let the milk stay be fore skimming It till It was becoming sour, and as he fed the skim milk to pigs and cnlv-s when sour It gave them the scours, lie finally came over to my house one evening and asked me what was the trouble and wanted my experience. I told him that I quit the old way of setting and skim ming milk three years ago and now use a cream separator, and that I find that It Increases the cream and butter a great deal, but not quite ns much as he has been losing, but enough to pay for a separator in a little time. Rut I want to say also here, that I have found the sweet separated milk even n bigger thing than more cream nnd hot ter, to feed calves and pigs while it Is sweet and good. 1 would never think of going back to the old way of -klm niing, nor to feeding sour milk. — L. II. Jason, In Indiana Farmer. Til. Fa F very farmer should have a supply of ice. There are but few localities where lee cannot he obtained with hut a short haul. An expensive bouse Is not necessary,' as nil that Is required Is n building with sides and roof, situated on ground Well drained. The blocks of Ice should he eut of a uniform size with smooth edges, so that they will hack closely. Th tool to cut Ice for small houses is a cross-cut saw with oue handle re moved. There should be no floor undo? the lee. A thin coat of sawdust or chafT should be spread on the ground nnd the iee packed in even layers, leaving n space of a foot all around, which should he packed full with sawdust or chaff. To keep well the lee should be nt least eight feet deep, exclusive of a foot or more of sawdust or chuff, which atiould cover It. rienty of ventilation should be fur nished, being can ful not to have a too free circulation of air. In taking out the lee, care must he taken not to dig out hides In th ■ ice. hut commence nt one side or corner nnd remove a cake at a time until a whole layer Is taken nut. anil at all times see that the ice is well covered. When neighbors are close together. It 1» an excellent plan for several to go In together and put up an iee so| ply, as the larger the quantity packed In one house the smaller tha per rent, of waste. It would eer omy to build a compati)' ice house at a place of supply so ns to save tin expense of hauling lu putting up. National Fruit (irower. 1er It mm wheel, which causes the chaff shoes and the a.r-biasts to rotate. Ihe gram passes from the upper chaff-shoe Into a sieve, all the larger particles of dirt being thus eliminated. It next passe» to the screen directly in line with the air-blasts, and any dust or dirt remain ing is blown oct by one of tho air blasts. the chaff being discharged at the rear of the machine. The grain •finally reaches the separator and is separated info two grades, the larger •grain remaining on the top screen aud passing off at one side of the discharge smaller grain passe* .iv Ik* ftrntn *#i>»rator. The keen competition which Is mak ing Its -If felt In practically every ar ticle of manufacture which is brought on the market to-day bas hail tin effect of taxing human ingenuity to the utmost in order to invent and de vise new machines and apparatus which will lessen the cost of produc tion In large manufacturing plants. An Ohio man recently patented a ma chine which performs two operation* at the same time—the cleaning and ■eparating of grain. The grain Is placed in the hopper in the usual man ner aud motion imparte 1 to the driving LMIh ^VV\ t "j ! ' Cleans and Separatea the Grain. The ichute. through the upper screen ot the sep arator on to a lower one. and I* de posited on the opposite side of the dis charge chute. Means are thus pro vided for collect.ng and effectively sep arating the grain from the chaff aud foreign matter, as well as separating the cleaned grain Into grades.—ludh anapollt News. Tulno or no vor. Clover.—A specie* of gras« in which the leaf Is divided into three or more lobes with an oblong bloom of a red color. When green, Is used by tha farmer as pasture. Till* gras* In the first bloom Is cut and cured, nud then stacked or mowed away In barn* as hay. It Is a food for fattening cattle, hogs and horses. It 1* indispensable to the average farmer of Indiana, as a The seed It will easily There is a fertilixer, pasture and hay. is obtained from the ♦ and if clean w seven dollars per bushel, yield one bushel per acre, great d d for the seed. It I* ti»c I ni cutting, »mi five to is s. The blossom is used In the * The pr - r time to sow seed for a ns m good «land of clover, about the middle of March. Scatter fifteen pound# to the acre, with »oll in good order, new or first blooms of clover The vhen wet will bloat the stock. The gasea from the wet bloom muse the swelling, The bloom of the small or the white blossom will cause horses especially to slobber. If it was not for the clover grown in old Rush, her corn crop 9 would soon full below the average.—M. II. r.. In Indiana Farmer. Dr. Richard M. Wood has prepared a bulletin for the Department of Agrl- j culture on ''Incubation and Incubat ors." The summary of Ills Instructions Is given below, and the bulletin may he had on application to the Depart ment at Washington, D. 0.: Study your incubator, yourself with all Its parts, manufacturer's directions for setting It up. Set It up carefufly and aenird Ing to Instructions. Never trv to run an incubator In a draft* Place, . »r mar a stove, nor where tlio sun shines upon I It. Bet fertile egg» only. Waste no effort upon tho»e that are doubtful. I I.earn bow to trim nnd clean a lamp. Keep the lamps full ami the wlek and tube clean. Avoid smoke. f'olnt# Intuimior«. ■ Acqunlnt Renl llu Sep that lh»* eg«» nro cl«'itn nnd dry ru-fore ppN tine: tbrra. Balance all t»£K R . lnrjçi up, a few Lours before plaeini? them j ><» t I * * t oi «'Mül tb# i rn v. I CoM Be sure vour uul in tht? tray. Turn every egg the third day. the eggs every morning, hands are clean when handling eggs. Test all eggs by the seventh day. Test again by the eleventh day. Test again by the fifteenth day. If the is too large, supply moisture; if too small, put a isnucer of dry lime in the room and run or two. Po about the nlr cell the llr*t hatch. You v. ill learn that Inter. I)o :;<>t disturb evening of the eighteenth day. Have a regular hour for incubator work. Do not tinker t much with the regulator. . tl; • •• justment right nnd keep It so. Heat your machine nnd make your adjust ment before placing the eggs iu the egg chamber. lr spac without UioiMture a day not expect to learn all :» (iftr-r tlip tin- p: th. F.i o*>* XViill tlio ilovi l.ipment of f.irm ms-j oliiniry tlii'ii- lias cornu ;i iU'in:t:.il i s a rastur vvulkiiia team, on tbe road and in tlie Held, than can be obtained by the use of oxen. Horses can stand the work of plow nr barrow in warm •ailier better tlmn oxen, are moro convenient to drive and are generally better handled by such hired help a* , are usually employed upon farms. I am vefy sure that the writer will find a pair of horses necessary to work his sixty-acre farm properly. Still, oxen are very useful upon farms to-day and may be made a source of profit as , well ns being u«eful for much work that will relieve the horses. They | will save the horses time by drawing j manure while they are busy on the I furrows, hy drawing liny while the | horses are mowing, raking or tedding | and in many other ways that will sug gest themselves during every season ' of the farm work. The outfit for , an ox team Is very Inexpensive, consist- 1 Ing only of yoke, a stout pole In the farm cart and a few chains. • Oxen should always be broken fo wear a yoke. The breaking lor handy lng) should be done while they are young. Farmer boys usually enjoy such work and can do It better than men. Oxen are readily shod for road work by any blacksmith who has the necessary apparatus. They are con- j fined in slings, one foot at a time Is drawn onto a short post and securely i fastened, when the shoes are fitted | and nailed. A shoe Is made for each j side of the hoof, making eight shoes j worn by every ox. The Hereford* make the oxen that are the most pop ular In New England, although the Shorthorns are a close second. Calve* designed for oxen should be castrated before they are two months old. The operation should he performed by some one who thoroughly understands It Cniess there Is some person who but RU( . CP!iS f U i experience In the work npar by. I wonld advise securing the cervices of a veterinarv.—B. Walker McKeen , ln tl)P TribuneVarmcr. is j er, ' stockholders."—'.Yashin | crossed by a tr mile, long. ! F.ff*el« 11 r Proti-lfd For. ''Life insurance bits preserved miny ; families from ihe posnibility of waut," ; said the persuaisve agent. " answered the reliiclaut listen ''Y *pe ially the f.i. ,.;<•» of large Star. It Fake, in Flab, is now otle bridge over tweniy The Great > A Fair Exchang«. An original Kh»xf evolved by a cri* latn tobacco merchant to Introduce tl* good« worked to the eatUfactlon pt a physician to whom* this d>-,«!er tent a boa of cigar* with a MU for (Ire dollars and an explanatory letter which read: "Although you hare not ordered three cigars I taka the liberty of »end log them, feel.ng aura you will find them excellent." After the doctor had smoked th# cigars, says the Medical Tlsnea and Hospital Oaiette, he mailed five acrlptlons to the t-bacoouist with a pc* col* saying: ■'Although you have not asked for my professional advice I take the lib srty of «ending you the*« presertp tlons. feeling sure you will Had than excellent " Filipino May Be Mad* to Worte. Patience must have her perfect work In the employer of the Filipino who Is satisfied with oarntnc* onlv sufficient for hia Immediate needs, and therefore after pay day d.w ■ not care to work un : 11 this money is expended The best results are had when the rmploycr exercises a paternal super rlslon not only over all his working cours but also over his entire time. by at'entlon to h.-.i-lr.g, f< ling, sar. italien, and amusement. « Ith a vl> » to securing Increased efficiency, cheer fulness. an»l disposition to work Small concessions made to th< who complete the full number of working days per week secure fi ner needless absences from work. Many municipal Improvements are now in progress in Manila, and others throughout the tsl • n, ' a are contemplated by the Insula government. Row*. Thl. T We offer Oue Hundred Dollar* It.ward for arv saiw» of Catarrh that cannot : *' cured by Ha'll'» Catarrh rur j lae«. »r the »»-stem. T-»tlm»nlal.» sent fre«. Price, 7V. p-r t-ittle. sold hy »II Druggists, Taka llafi'f- Family Pin» t-r --eisttp.tlou. I I Druggists return F. J. ( H EVICT A fo,, ToIchIo, O. r# known P. J. ■ W#, th# undf*r«ik: 1. h rh#n#y for th# laut 15 1 #rf#otlv honorahl# in all hualn### tran#a»' iioiui and Mtiarii'lnllv h!»Io t«i #Arry oat any obligation# mmle bv th#lr llrni. Wept A Tuvae, Wholaaale I>ruggl-«it«, To. l#do. o. Waldixo, Ktvkav A Marti#, Whol#«al# Druggints, Tol#do, O. Hair# ( Httrrri C\ir#i#tak#nlnt#rnally,aot *ng«llr#'»tly upon tho l <1 him : ■ : ..<t 'iirocult of rII #m ffr. n.aU to takr by arpri#* the To Cur« » Cold In On* l>#r. Tak# Laxativ» Bromo Quinin# Tablot«. «y if it fail# to <*ur#. E. W. drove'» aiguatur* on #aoli box. 'A5o. j I Yakuttk. Th# cold#»t city in the world Eaaiern Sibvn*. The army medlral department flounces that U baa banished yellow fever and malaria from the isthmus If so, observes the Philadelphia In quirer, the Panama canal ba* accorn* pi shed no small good already. an pi shed no small good already. however. VIX. 11-00. 1tiinn * Your Flour Goes Further OD L w* % w ONE Here's a pointer on gettin^ptnoro bsklrtg to tho dollar from ^rour flour. Use Good Lurk baking powder, which raises the dough lietter, insures Bght, crisp baking, and develoiis all the nutrition of the flour. No chance to spoil s batch of baking with Good Luck baking powder, for you can always depend on its strength. You know just how much raising power there is to a sjHHvnful— no guesswork, no soggy dough, no wasted flour. SPOON fi a Hi CÜ Lij SOUTHERN Ml "JCHMONDP GOOD LUCK Baking Powder Is sold at *n hone»t price—only ten cents per pound c*n. . Notice thia coupon with picture of a freight car. You will firnl one on th* hark r«f e ..... .. outside. Cut out the coupon. Iii*e)-< —- «nJfX». 6 viV HvUm Milftw he» u«T- — Sol* Casio* "0000 war BARING POWDtRO -v can yon -i a will fin-1 the G-c-d Luck gift bock. |<i[t D«>k the premium you wmit nt -I we will send It to you in exchange f--r your coil]».lit TiiL SOUTH!. RN MfG. CO.. Rid l'n k (it r CUT OUT THIS CAA AMO ft AVE (T. TH«Y AAft aOOO PDA VALUAOLt AMTICtCS- StC LIST IM EACH CAN A 4 dr### Tmi Dcmaatmcnt Jm«i or na« «VWrii c lOfld, Via 0i TMi 793 ' , 1 j i | j j ] i Now Orirnnf*. Loulslani m KH Woman's Burden Help! 99 ! 46 No matter what experience has shown, there will always be some women who believe that they must, at least once a month, bear the bur den at PA]N, as a part of woman's lot They must, if sick. If wcQ, not Periodical pain is a sign at functional disease,—a cry at your nerves for help. To s trengthen end restore the diseased organs to health, take Cry Your Nerves CARDUI WINE or dreadfully I just thought I could not lire," writes Mrs. John Short of Florence, Abu, "and was in the infirmary lor three months, on account of female troubles. I took Cardui, and it certainly has been of great benefit to me. I am still taking it and am getting along fine. go visiting. 1 can't express my thanks lor yourrv Os O D advice and medicine.'' Of great curative power v k'-d-'k. /»cr-^-vx, Sr\<r\4~~ over ail derangements of the womanly functions. ^ AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $L00 BOTTLES "I lutter z6 so fo f l ; . I WRITE US FREELY my housework and am able to ar.fl frankly. In »trictr-d confidence, i-filng aO youf tr'-u'-ir*-, aril stating y>jur a, *. We will send yc*J FKEX AO VICK, in f Cm sealed en.el pe, and a vai uahb book on''Home Treatment fix Women." Address : Ladies' Advisory Department, Tha Cfcattanooga Medicine Co,, Chattanooga, Turn. i g a m SAVED C 4 TftBWH g F LWHfif üri v &1/ tg.çgMMqw m winter * BY TAKING PE-RU-NA. Sors Throat Dattlopa Into Bronchitis. Airs. Add)« llardiu*. 121 XV Unghton Ae«., Syrscaa*. b V, wnt«; "1 bin bees a ueer of Emu for the past twelve years. With ma it w a eure preventive of colds and many other tils. "Two or them time« a rear I am : w A ' ,w ,V ■*, At - * 1« j V <4> ' m it Mr*. Ail «II* llarxllnf, troubled with my throat, a kind M raw (willig, t uni ma to bronchitis. 1 have had the terviera of my phyau'ian tn each caa*. Two year# aao, when I »It * • «11 coming 1 tried Benin* to check it, and to my delight wa a not troubled with the amoth .. .vT and choking feeling and never have been «int*. 1 can check it every tun# with Peruna.** #r tce. f=-x*5 » m «tf> Cta ANTI-GRIPINE [ «w tBRMm sVp.y-at £! IS QVAEANTKKO TO CORK pi GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE ARD HEURALDIA. »■iNil A att DrlalMlfillMlil »Im «onlUsarMlda L ii r#v r#«r Bioilf sack Ir it imib**' r. vr. m T < VIA . llanufEt tur#r. Apri — aJ****, M+ WINCHESTER "LEADCR" AND "RCPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS Carefully inspected shells, the best of powder, shot and wadding, loaded by machines which give invariable results account for the ity of NA/inchcstcr "Leader" and "Repeater" Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells. Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration are and THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOO superior determined by scientific practical experiments. apparatus They are Ü J Anv'rican bridesmaids are reported to be very popular In Kngland. Not half as popular as American brides, however. «y >7 I K Mii six' f; fTvI Mrs Vlr.t.1* C.vl.na, Chronic Catarrh ot Throat and Lungs. *-r». N iripntfi bruin* Hl»K'k. Portland. Or# . wnt«»#: "1 wia i #uff#rrr nth ent^rrb ot th# throat and lung* tor a long tun# betör« IVmna waa r#ot>mm«*n.|#tl to a»# | g»r# jt A tnal, cl though 1 U night at *.h» Lut# it would b* ju#t oth«*r mrdiclnr# And no good. I wti j-lrmutl to find that f _ improvement b# d root .T J i mm n;:; r^JS "■ ' ■awa] werk# 1 gained WvU. •pkmdid Appetit# und s Tour mediHit# him done (or tn#.*' for a* worll) uf le. h j 5* • In •#* dinlMi ir* vu lr#« with •««•«» m rn • mi.». nli I imuhk. : 4*i »• VIX. 11-00. wwwwwwwwwwwatatatatatwwiMrwjur.ata!» * app.lel r.stercally ! VACHER-BALM Oiv- • l .etant It la . > 11 «» Thai la why ; l » -ar k It Csrsa S Croup, Sore Throat and I Cough * Il la tha bast thing far g Burns and Sprains, and Stops Any Pain Hi« p*rf*N'tly harm in«« ■ lotaktiAj x I Price 25 Conta à i N.j n«-d ' » ! » Far Sals Kvarywhtr* I ! % E. w. VACHER, Ml'f « NEW O RLE AN 3, LA. 1 3 Liberal term« to «Kent« Sand for free eampln aaaak«aaaaaasaaasa4a4«s4J4 « Dropsy CUHELI 61 » ■ ' ll u I* Bel uf. ; fie v d«x« U •WFltlMf I » j • 1 f » » s n>. tntng P Unit Of M H. ttft«"'» »«..« - Saiclaiiata, Ra« M. Atlsata. 4» givr.. Ague and Chills Cured %*s»t!p«»s i .1, X.U. « an 1 0» til *■!.. Will* ' »I .<>»> ■ I THQS. B. DENISTON, Peru. ind. W. L Douglas •3S& , 3°°SHOES »01 V I'I tV. L. Dougins S4 .00 Cllt Ctt^e Lina cannot Do «quailed nt any price. nr lavoo"»^ s (0 t L X '•«•»nt W ! «Hi WOULD M lilSSUSMlO^ I « * l»T*. jCAHIM. «».»00 «■-2e tio,ooo "ssi Il I com 1*1 t«k# y»*u Into Mv Ihr»« laïc« tectovts» •t llrocktoH, M#»#., und iW you th# In Holt# «ho ca th % otatoftttfri. car# with which «*#r* pali of I# m mmI#, you would r—Uf why W. L IhMlta II.N shoo» coot »mro to fwak#. why I hoy hold th#fr iDm» fit h#f«or, w#or hmfrr, and »r# of g r o u t#» Intrinsic valu# th*«« #ny oth#r Id. BO «ho#. W. 1. O <mmm its*. N«. • ullli I I* »Ff CM nt t u Writ«. f..r ] mil not n ear bn i*#y. I I r :w. \\. !.. IHM Ul Vs is na • 91 M UU inoo «mi m I i 15ft« tfi.ll m i'l»t< rn a ion Kail -n i'l*t.-ra I, «n i door, vary ch.ap n« *nd dour. oRitap. Ojrpr« WIi H. W. laKCW IM .9t CO., IsImliaA 9 MIS H NKM m i s**. LA. •<usd far Oatalosru«. Writ-, tor Frtaaa LEWIS H. WHITE III fit..,Ml. IliM NEW bKLr.ANS li»kHl mark,I «ici p.id far HIDES 5flnj SAW IT ID ANU WOOI. /.VpfAKÄ: SHORTHAND BY MAIL CHnrtlor f horth^nd enn ha Th'*#. I I« nil that I« ur #• tl Bbortb TTiF" m*Al' r«'<| 4 L aft#r, dtctatl *n*nr y. Full l»ool,L*' aotin*^». Catnl"/ i tponrer Biwn-si Collcga Now Orirnnf*. Loulslani ; ■ 1 -l '