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THE PERRYSBURO JOURNAL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913.
. NOTES car piDQWBROOK ;, " fARM S. .. i . jT it UMXjUOAX.nMs Find out the good cows. Overcrowding Is a mistake. Mismanagement la expensive For heifers provide good pasture, ehndo and water. If you hurry you still hayo tlmo to put up a silo this season. Sit Is 08tlmated that flvo chickens will yield a pound of feathers. Old turkey hens and young tome mako the best 'breeding combination. Sheep ought to ho kept becauso of the influenco which they exert upon fertility. "Wasteful feeding does not neceo oarlly mean too much, It may mean not enough. In Beeding swoet clover Its lime and Inoculation requirements should bo carefully looked after. i, When managed rightly, tho dairy cow and tho good profitable hen will always glvo n profit. Mistakes In pig feeding are costly. In tho short life of tho pig there is little time to correct mistakes. Eggs ought to weigh a pound and a half to the dozen or flfty-flvo pounds net to the thirty dozen eggs. Sand Is a had thing in tho gear boxes1 of automobiles but is very nec essary In the gizzards of chickens. It is necessary to feed the breeding dncks liberally, yet at tho same time feed so as to keep them active and healthy. ... r Do not plant the same crop on the same land each year; rotate. Dis ease and insects will become trouble some if you don't. ... Silo filling time has already come for some of the dairy farmers. It .Is best to bo thoroughly prepared be fore the actual process begins. ... Seed corn week, will soon be here. See that the very best ears are saved for next year's crop depends upon your foreslghtednesa just at this tlmo. Broom corn and sorghum should not bo planted close together If plant ed so they maturo pollen at tho same time. They aro closely related botan nlcally and mix. ... Select at least fifty ears of corn for each acre to bo planted next year. This will allow more careful selection next spring. The poorer ears you can sell to your neighbors. ', Wo would not feed shelled corn to heifer calves Intended for dairy cows. The feed Is too fattening. Whole oata are much better. Shelled corn will do for steer calves Intended for beet pur poses. ... Remembor that tho fall Is a splen did time to paint those buildings you didn't take core of last spring. Do not let them go through another win tor without somo Improvement along this line. . Success in Intensive cultivation can come only through a thorough knowl edge gainod by study and close uppll ' cation to tho work. You must know how to rotate your crops, that is, bow to follow one crop with another, what crops to plant for early growing and what to plant for late crops. Tho beat markot you can find for tho greon corn, If you haven't plenty of silage, is cutting part of It and throwing it into tho pastures for the cows or, better still, feeding It In tho barn. Thoy will return you a good price for everything you glvo them if they aro good cows. Dozens of dairy farmers are feeding tind milking twenty cows twico per day each day of tho year, whon the chances aro that twelvo to fifteen of tho number would pay a larger profit Tho whole idea is to find out which aro tho good cows and then glvo them tho attention they need. How aro you taking care of the ma nure that daily accumulates on tho farm? This Is a big item to dispose of any very important in connection with future soil fortuity and big crops. We trust that you aro not allowing it to go to waste. Mongrel liyo stock and poultry will be predominant on our American farme till more of our farmers keep their. own sires, and thus know something about the blood origin of every living thing on th" promises. It pays to faw the best kiid brood the beet. .. w. mr Build a scratching shed. ... Please ,your egg customors. Give tho chicks tho sour milk. . Constant vigilance is tho prlco of a clean nwlno herd. . Do not waste by feeding more than tho animal can digest. ... Milk that la kopt clean and properly cooled needs no preservative. Equal parts of corn and oats aro hard to excol as a grain feed for shcop. Paint nil tho wounds mado In prun ing with pure white lead and puro Un seed oil. ... It is cheaper to removo tho causo of disease than to doctor tho chlck onB afterward. . Tho young calf should hnvo an abundance of good clean clear water before it at all times. . Tho molstura going In with tho sll ago should bo kept In. This keops tho silage from "dry-firing." It pays to grade all small fruit It demoralizes prices to havo small, bad berries mixed In with largo ones. ... Spraying with whitewash once a month will go a long way toward keeping down vermin in tho poultry house. . It nevor pays to market stock that Is not fat Plonty of good yellow corn will mako any healthy bird fat in two wooks. Experiments show that chickens with strong vitality and plenty of masculine characteristics mako tho largest gains. If you have any chlckons roosting" In tho orchard trees, you had better let them know what tho hen house was built for. . Don't nllow your horsos to drink a largo amount of water on coming Into the stable very warm. Allow them to cool off a bit first . . Tho profit In pig feeding depends upon tho cost of tho feed given them. Thoreforo anything that cheapens the feed increases tho profit . Bitter rot and blotch aro two of tho most difficult diseases of the apple to control. Late spraying with bor deaux mixture is most effective. ... I No matter how healthy and strong tho chick may bo when hatched, the strength will Boon disappear when not given tho proper feed and attention. ' Humus Is tho namo applied to the partially decomposed organic (animal and vegetable) matter of the soil. It is the principal sourco of nitrogen In tho soil. The farm mortgage that has out lived every other lino of activity very frequently succumbs to the dairy cow and the milk check which sho brings in every wook. The profit In a cow consists of the money tho milk or butter will sell for over and above the cost for feed. This cost will not bo materially different be tween tho cows kopt on tho average . farm. The object of sanitation in tho hog yards and houses is to secure tho greatest degrees of bodily health and vigor, because tho animal will de velop better and be less susceptible to disease. Many orchards aro not fruitful for the reason that there Is not enough nutrltlvo properties In the soil to supply tho requisite amount of nourishment to enable tho trees to properly mature fruit. ' A few dollars spent In improving fences, especially along tho roadside will bo money well used, for It will not only help tho appoaranco of tho farm and mako a more ready sale If Buch is dastred, but It will also add to tho self respect of tho farmer and tho farmer's boys, all of which has a real value. A good way to handle manure for garden purposos is to spread it in broad, flat piles and allow it to rot, then apply 100 pounds of acid phos phate and 100 manure and mix this well when you put It in a pllo. This will add to tho manurlal value ot the pllo fcnd will prevent the loss of am monia to a groat extent. Tho heavy feeding of corn to poul try, uspcclally whero thoro is an ab sence of good, hard, sharp grit, will bring on bad cases of indigestion, which in many cases resembles chol era. About 02 cases out of 100 re ported cholera victims aro cases of In digestion . Tho end is tho same, but tho latter dlscaso is not contagious. ' Becauso tho hog has tho ability to utilize grain foods so efficiently and economically is a poor oxcuso for feeding grain exclusively and neglect ing to roduco tho cost of pork grow ing by tho use of supplemental forage- and pasturo crops. Other things that go to mako lnten slvo cultlvatln a success aro manure, and constructive work in your garden. Confine yourself to n small gardon epot and work that hard rather than work over a largo ono and glvo it only half ccl.isu attention. i inn Practical Fashions MISSES DRESS. iIja fmk 4&s -IPIIIIIIr l r ?lllllllla - fun -null 69BB M ll? This frock closes at tho front and has six gored skirt Tho sleeves may bo made long or short Serge, cash mere, cbovlot or mixed gocdB can be used with tho collar and cuffs of con trasting material. Tho pattern (5988) is cut In sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. Medium size re quires 6 yards of 3G Inch material, with 1 yards of 24 inch contrasting material. To procure this pattern send 10 cents io ranern uepartmeni, or mis paper, en nd ape eft Writo name and address plainly, and b plo xibo euro to clvo size and number of pattern, NO 5988. SI2E. NAME TOWN STREET AND NO STATE .... .... CHILD'S DRESS. ' In this novel design wo havo tho silt skirt effect adapted to tho needs of verv llttlo nconlo. Thofrock has sleeves and body In ono and Is closed rtnwn tiin ontitor nt tim hnok. It ia gathered at tho neck In front and back and has a small collar divided In two parts and plain band cuffs to fin ish tho bishop sleeves which may bo short or long. ' The dress pattern (6415) Is cut In sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Medium size requires 2 yards of C7 Inch material. To procuro this pattern Bend 10 cents "Pattern DenarfmGnt." of this tinnw. to Pattern Department," of this paper. to name and address Dlalnlv. and be Write name and address plainly, and be suro to elve size and number of pattern. NO. 6415. SIZE ... NAMU ....................-.-. TOWN . .-.. STREET AND HO... . . STATU ..................... . Varieties of Aeroplanes. For aeroplanes of equal span, cross section, aspect-ratio and anglo of in clination, the monoplano has about 15 per cent, moro lift than tho bl piano for equal speeds, according to F. Handloy Pago, tho English design' er. A monoplane has a smaller re sistance than tho corresponding bi plane, but tho difference is not great What is gained In tho monoplano by having no planes struts Is lost, how over, by tho increased size of the undercarriage) members for a given slzo of propeller. For machines hav ing an nrea of 250 to 275 squaro feel tho monoplane Is conceded to bo the more economical typo, but beyond this point the blplano Is superior. What 8he Does. "Do you havo any troublo with tho servant problem?" "Not a bit." "How lucky you nro. Would you mind tolling mo how you manage ltr' "Surely. I do nil tho housowork my- BOlf." 8hrewd Dodrjo. "This now murderer Is a foxy one." "How so?" "Declares he's perfoctlj sano. Now, ot course everybody will hAvo to go to work to prove bo's in sane." 6415 Df ANOTHER SIDE TO MATTER One Man Has Discovered That Offer ing Floral Bouquets to the Living Is Not All Joy. "Thoro has beon a good deal In tho paragraph section of our exchanges tor somo wooks to tho effect that you should glvo tho bouquets now; not wait to lay them on tho coffin Hd," lays Tom Thompson in tho Hownrd Dourant. Ella Wheeler before sho was I Wilcox wroto a poom on that themo; Chancellor Bradford at tho Chautauqua dinged it into us, and most of us havo beon affected by it But say, my brothor-slstor, havo you tried it yet? I havo twice First, I tried it on a very dear friend of tho other sox, and Bho began to get norv ous liko sho thought I was trying to .flirt with her. Then I quit, for I am pre-eminently no flirt Next I tried it on a brother In my lodge and Sunday school, and ho shied off liko ho ox pocted mo to ask him for a loan. So after this I shall water my flower beds and ralso nlco bouquets for funeral occasions exclusively. Very few peo ple know how to receive floral offer ings, anyway. Kansas City Star. Must Walt a Bit The llttlo group at tho side of the road waited until Stealthy Stiggins returned from tho nearby farmhouse. "Poor pickings," he muttered as he threw down a scrawny beef none and a half loaf of bread. "Where's dat lmprovemont in hand outs youso promised?" demanded Muggsy Jones. Happy Higglns shook his head re proachfully. "You gotter waif ho said, "till dc public adjusts Itself to do new tariff." Cleveland Plain Dealer. SCALP ITCHED AND BURNED Greenwood, Ind. ''First my hair be gan to fall, then my scalp itched and burned when I became warm. I had pimples on my scalp; my hair was J falling out gradually until I had scarcely any hair on my head. I couldn't keep tho dandruff off at all. My hair was dry and lifeless and I lost rest at night from tho terrible Itching sensation. I would pull my hat off and scratch my head any place I happened to be. "For several years I was bothered with pimples on my faco. Somo of them were hard red spots, some were full of matter, and many blackheads. I was always picking at them and caused them to be sore. They mado my face look so badly I was ashamed to bo seen. "I tried massago creams for my faco and all kinds of hair tonic and home made remedies, but they only mado things worse. Nothing did the work until I UBed Cuticura Soap and Oint ment I washed my faco with the Cuticura Soap, then put plenty of Cuticura Ointment on. Three months' use of Cuticura Soap and Ointment has made my faco as smooth and clean as can be." (Signed) C. M. Hamilton, Sept 24, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout tho world. Sample of each tree, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post, card "Cuticura, Dept L, Boston." Adv. Perpetual Motion. Ono may well bo sura that there is no "perpetual motion machine." For this purpose machines have been con structed from tlmo Immemorial, but nothing has ever como of It Men havo gone mad on the subject, but without any practical results. It was demon strated long ago by Sir Isaac Newton and De la Hire that perpetual motion is Impossible of attainment Even tho solar system, the most wonderful ma- cnino oi wnicn we navo ana unowi edge, will run down In the course of time, some say in about 11,000,000 of years from now. Wright's Indian Vegetable Fills are sold with and without soluble sugar coating. They regulate the bowels, invigorate the liver and purify the blood. Adv. No Time to Breathe. Tho young couplo on the setteo had been engaged only a week. He had kissed her fully forty times that eve ning. When he stopped she looked at him reproachfully, and tho tears camo into her eyes as sho said: "Dearest, you have ceased to love me." "No, I haven't," ho replied, "but I must breathe." Worms expelled -promptly from the human system with Dr. Feerv'a Vermlfugo "Dead Shot." Adv. His Advantage. "A Judgo who Is wooing a .woman ha " ftB over other lovers." What is that? "If she won't listen to him, ho can fine her for contempt of court." Use Roman Eye Balsam for scalding sen sation In ejes and Inflammation of eyes or eyelids. Adv. Hlo College Clothes. "Son!" "Well, dad?" "Did you pick out that suit of clothes of your own accord, or is it a part of tho hazing you havo to go through with?" INVALIDS AM) CniT.DREN ahonld . bo (riven AUKU'8 KMULHION to strengthen the bod 7, never iu. au aragguu. All Right There. "My boy's groatest ambition is to tick bis teacher." "That's a flno ambition." "Oh, It's all right. I mean bis box ing Instructor." PUTNAM '.olor more goods brighter and faster colors thin i ou can dye any garment without ripping span. STOP THAT BACKACHE There's nothing moro discouraging than a constant backache. You aro lama when you awake. Pains pierco you when you bend or lift. It's hard to rest and next day it a tho same old stpry. Pain in tho back Is nature's warning of kidney ills. Neglect may pavo tho way to dropsy, gravel, or other serious kidney sickness. Don't delay begin using Doan's Kidney Pills tho remedy that lias been curing backache and kidney trouble for over ulty years. A MICIIIGAN CASE "Evtrv Pttturt , Peter LoneVs. Iol Teu a story. nan St .Frankfort.Mlch., butb: i nnuuiriunmci aches brought on by hard work. I couldn't control tho kidney Bocrollonn and In tho mornlnc I wan an lnmn and tired I ?could hardly got out of bod. My hack ached torriblr and It I tried to stoop, 1 had sharp twing es. 1 often cot so dlssy that I almost top- filed over. After he doctors had tail ed, I tried Doan'a Kidney Pills and six boxes cured mc" Get Doan's at Any Store, EOe a Box DOAN'S kpTJ5V FOSTEU-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief Permanent Cure CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never tail. 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Here's tho proof. Relieved Fain In iiack. "I was troubled rith a very bad pain In my boclc for some time. I went to a doctor bat be did not do me any good, so I purchased a bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and now I am a well woman. I always keep a bot tle of Sloan's Liniment in the house." Jf "J Matilda Cotton, 36 Myrtle Ave., DrooUjn.tr. Y. Sciatic Rheumatism "We have used Sloan's lini ment for over six years and found it tho best we ever used. when my wife had sciatic rheumatism the only thine that did her any (rood was Sloan's Liniment. We cannot praise it highly enough." && i'triso. Uttuau olnot, Iowa. Ankle Relieved. SDralned ankle. I cot a bottle of Sloan's and can walk a ercat deal. I write this be for putting such a fino Liniment on the recommend Dr. Sloan's Lmiment.' Jfn. loan's Instructive book oa horses, cattla, boss tenx roe. Boston, Moss. Buy a bottle of Tuttle'a Elixir to day. Your dealer baslt If not, send us his name and 60 cents and we will sendyoua large she bottle prepaid alsocopyof "Veterinary Experience." I Beverly Street, Boston, Mass. J -"HI I . .w-itny