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TIE PERFECT GUM
Let us make you acquainted with the new, luscious flavor- It's all that the name suggests! Wrigley quality- made where chewing gum R..WRIGLEY'S 'ý" making is a science. 'E PERFECT GUM 1" Now three flavors:t , *w Have a package of each always in reach Don't forget WRIGLEYS w after every meal 645 Didn't Feaze Him. "Bang!" went the rifles at the manleuvers. "Oo-oo!" screamed tih pretty girl, a nice decorous, surprised little scream. She steppe]d backward into the arms of a Young man. "Oh!" she said, blushing. "I was frightened by the rifles. I beg your pardon." "Not at all," said the young man. "Let's go over and watch the artil lery." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a 'afe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 ears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Ultimately. "Hley, Jimmie! Did you hear the news? The schoolhouse burned down last night." "Ain't that just our luck? Of course it had to rappen in vaacation." PROMPT RELIEF can be found in cases of Colds, Coughs, LaGrippe and Headaches by using Laxative Quinidine Tablets. Does not affect the head or stomach. Buy your winter's supply now. Price 25c.-Adv. Harness to suspend a basket from a fruit picker's shoulders and leave both har is free has been invented. Ask for and Get . THE HIGHEST QUALITY SPAG HETTI 36 ,A Repe Book Free SKINNER MFG.CO. OMAHA, U.S.A AtGES MACAONI FA~ORY IN AMiRICA Hammerless Shotguns Model 1912 Extra Light Weight __ý Made In 12, 16 and 20 Gauges i There's no need of carrying a heavy gun. Winchester Model 1912 shot. guns are made entirely of nickel steel, and hence are the lightest and strongest guns on the market. Be sure to see one before buying. Sold by all dealers. THE REPEATER PAR EXCELLENCE In the Conservatory. Nii:na--l understand the young grass widow has failed in her efforts to snare the rich old bachelor. Verne--Is she much disappointed? Ninau-Indeed, she is' One would think she was from Kentucky. Vernt-Because why? Nina-She's such a blue grass widow. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Enemies Now. "A burglar stole into our house last alght and stole a diamontl ring and a pie I made yesterday. The police are watching the pawnshops, but have found no trace of him yet." * "Haas anyone had sense enough to visit the imorgue'" "REALLY, NOW "I can't take that. I must have Red Cross Ball Blue. I have used it for more than ten years. My white dresses, linens and lace curtains are snowy white. I simply can't do with out Red Cross Ball Blue. You will get it? All right, I'll wait."-Adv. Won't Hurt Them. "The sultan is said to have written a poem." "But he can't nmke the enemy read It, so what good will it do?" AVOID A DOCTOR'S BILL on the first of the month by taking now a bottle of Mansfield Cough Bal sam for that hacking, hollow cough. Price 25c and 50c.-Adv. The government health service has discovered a new and cheap disinfect ant. It is obtained from pine oil. STEER-FEEDING LESSONS FROM MISSOURI i .....:.. Q--. .-,....-_ .'...."i::'' " . .'" .-.v.N tl .J"; '.1r ,:. . ` , ",':: , . .d :'` . .... ý . "ý;.` r.,. "ý ý` < .:-.- .:": - " -.::: '.'.:: ;. ' : ,. . ar ,:. .... S. ENE ON A WT CT R.C '? ' ·.: . ·. .. .. ., . . . . . , : . . > "., .,, .:',,. .. . - . SCENE ON A WE'STERN CATTLE RANCH. ily 1'. 1.' rut I. ll i l ;:, at; 'ri Ag º: i tur~ti :ýltt iii r 1t i t tl i !l e,,r ,L I t 111: t re full-fe: frItll tirt'l RhW ,uld ntt l I, ht'll let,. nl t tllenty o|r t\vrXity-tX' ittuait of : age lt et'anlse' there is t t'letitetl. f:tlliiiit ittI ill lilt' elte , . i . +A lil" ihi., nte ilt' ctt' :ts . irtt, o tertltdte , thtere i: all till ilie .aste ott' "Xett fat a itl the g:til ill w ei-'.ht ill ltrol- ,!'Iio tl 11 l' ] <'e tl tlr tilrl ic lt'h re' lti·tctl : wl, t \ i tll tl i guil per day p'r steer. 'these are tilte rt nlt s< ct'ruId i ill a ret e i t esatt t the 1iis touri ' rei.r litllitlr:i xlpterillitlent sit tin itt which ~lnle steel's were full ed whilte other received much less 'The st eer's whichl received feed in ,utlitit'l fi r tit- greatest grtowth were host :Tifoteld by such naihtlents as in itestiottn tail dpink tey, and their sick ets as nit mre liketly to result in death. .I f:rt't, atit tlg mitre than Ia hunidredl .tiers in the experiment, all the losses .:X('eltt onle were lamong the low-fed ttlinit ls. Most Profitable Gains. Steers fed for long petrioIds such Ius hree years and a half on feed insuf ictnt for the greatest growth, did not eemi to he tltle to digest their feed .nld to Imake good glins when later Iput mn full feed. Even a steer whose ;rowth was greatly retarded for only me year never equaled in weight a teer of the same age which had been ull-fed fritom birth, although when put. iack on full feed lie made very profit tble gains aind developed a very choice :arcass of beef. These results do not itsagree with the coiunnon observation :hat thin steers often make the most roftitalle gains. Such feeders have ustually not been starved so long or ' stendily. They have usually had bulky feed which kept up the stomach ca pacity even though it didn't furnish a foodl |' r lo1 ,,it n s .,., thi t lth.e feemld o lilt ti e ,,it yirs in Iii t ,s w tere tket el :t e hul rly t ,lisil:III tll lil ttt . t i andl Iligtst as largt qumiltiIities as tlh.yv nlust hatlleh to muakt telt m,"sl t prtlit able gains. 'Thrnifty atrilitns putl ,ii t.totl that is5 1e sot lthitnit, evecn to kteI Ulp tihte body weight they atlrtaly have. etun tinue to glr,w in hl i:hlt tnll, fratue work even ti hen iale lit lose hat tlf a pountd a day. M,t asureltints itt the skeletons did not indicate lany dtiecrtteast in the rate of growth Itor several months. Eve n w lhen thelse a ninuals were using t, hlady fat to, spjtlhetaent the lack of teed tlhere was a very noticealle addition of fat in the sklle ton. Only when allpro ximnately all tth fat was taken from the soft parts did the tnimtals login to) draw on the fat in the skeleton to maintain existence. Economical Beef. The most economical choice beef resulted froml the 'use of a feeder weighing atbout 750 pounds so fed as to make a gain of 500 pounds. Such a steer will probably not quite top the market but he should make the greatest possible profit to the feeder and furnish an economical carcass for th buther and housewife and meat ty to please the most exact ing. he carcasses show that of this 500-pound gain; 38 per cent is water, 49 per cent fat, and 12 per cent pro tein. When similar steers were fat tened until they had gained another 500 pounds or gone from 1,250 pounds to 1,750 pounds, the carcasses were much overdone and the second 500 pounds was 76 per cent fat, 18 per cent water, and 5 per cent protein. PORK PRODUCTION ON GRAIN AND PASTURE Hogs Can Be Marketed Sooner, Which Is Often Great Ad vantage to Some Farmers. When corn is high priced and pas ture plentiful, it will pay to feed less than a full feed of grain to hogs, says W. L. Rtobison. in the Monthly Bul letin of the Ohio Experiment station. W\htn corn alone is fed, a limited ra tion is much cheaper because green feed takes the place of much of the high-priced grain. Hogs fed all the grain they will eat make more rapid but less economical gains. They can be marketed sooner which often is an advantage to farm ers. For hog pasture, alfalfa, clover, rape and soy beans are recommended. Corn is usually fed alone to hogs in such pasture. Pigs weighing less than 100 pounds should receive a small amount of protein feed, such as tankage, in addition to the corn. About 1 part to 15 parts of corn is recommended. With larger hogs pork production is usually too expensive when tankage is fed. JUDCING POULTRY IS NOT DIFFICULT TASK Pullet With Fine Head, Alert Eyes and Fine Wattles Has Not Gone Far Amiss. Judging poultry is said to be a finer art than the selection of other farm animals, says an Ohio Agricultural college expert, but the man or woman who picks pullets with a fine head, alert eyes and comb, face and wattles of fine texture, has taken the first step toward increased egg production. Good pullets should stand square on their feet, with legs wide apart, with the front end of the body slightly higher than the posterior end, and with a long back and tail carried rat'ler high. The body should be wedge-slhaped, yielding ample room for the reproductive and digestive or gans. PAINT METAL ROOFS WITH THIN RED LEAD Because of Oily Surface and Gloss Paint Does Not Stick -Keep It Well Stirred. (By J. A. BONNELL, South Dakota Ex-. periment Station.) Paint will not stick very well to a new galvanized roof because of the oily surface and gloss. Let it weather awhile, then if still too glossy give it a brushing with a wire brush. The best prime coat for metal is red lead thinned and rubbed on well. Let it get thoroughly set before applying second coat. Paint cannot dry in-on metal as it will on wood. It must set and cling only to the surface. We recommend 35 pounds of dry red lead to one and one-eighth gallons of boiled oil and one quart of turpentine. Thin, if necessary, with more turpentine. Mix the dry lead with three-fourths of the oil a day or so before using so as to soak it good, then add the rest of the oil and the turpentine when ready for use. Stir well before and during use, for the lead settles to the bottom. After this prime coat, any paint can be applied. FALL PLQWING FOR CONTROL OF INSECTS Particularly Advantageous as It Will Destroy Large Number of Injurious Pests. Fall plowing will be particularly ad, vantageous this fall, as it will destroy large numbers of insects that do dam. age to crops. Cut worms, corn ear. worms, grasshoppers and army worms will be greatly reduced in numbers by fall plowing. This is accomplished by turning out these insects at a crucial stage of development and exposing them to the frosts and rains or in breaking open the cells in which they are transforming. This is good prac tice each year, but it is especially rec ommended this fall in view of the pres ence of an unusual number pf various worms in the soil and the fact that the army worm has been so numerous during the summer. Q-BAN DARKENS GRAY HAIR 'lFurnied a Do ible Proof. ,ve l:y d:'. \h ,. t a t",,' ,, graty eel phi t. * A .,' , ,a v ii ,,t din:',/'_".,,, ) Address (1-!::n, 11,.mpi.. T, 'I .: .-Air. Furnished a Double Proof. 1' ' I V I" ' I' .. I' . . . ' .. . . . So. TENDER SKINNED BABIES With Rashes and Irritations Find Comfort in Cuticura. Trial Free. lah:,y's tender skin requires mild. soothing properties such as are found in the ('uticura Soap and Ointment Cuticura Soar is so sweet, pure and cleansing and Cutleura Ointment so soothing and healing, estpecially when baby's skin Is irritated and rashv. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, ('uticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv. Why She Liked Saturn. ''"I woiler." s:id lhIe y, ou ful i:s IrOnofliPe. \\h10 was slow t,' , , %vit : what wat exil.ltel of hllt, "if-if you voulill let oe ii S1 s ('iflIe y~OU wilth sit' stilar-- VYennl. i,.rhul;, , s:lr of hlov'e:' "1\"4 ll, n,." s aid thi. Inh ly al- ' ,llrss d. llollghlfllully; "I sa ,llo l rathler . I 1 ' h lollt of ll as ;tlurtti." "nIthived ' Why," "Oh, w,-Il, you know. din't you tell ilt th:lt SatInr' hlas ai ril.. lIe loullht one' the ne t lIly. THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH. You will look ten years younger if you darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.-Adv Some Noise. "I ai (cheer lelder at the l11uri's." "Whalt do you tittli'':" "I root for thetn."-lFroth. Wement'nce Y nvalid Now in Good Health Through Use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. All women ought to know the wonderful effects of taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound even on those who seem hopelessly ill. Here are three actual cases: lHarrisburg, Penn.-" When I was single I suf. fered a great deal from female weakness because my work compelled me to stand all day. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for that and was made stronger by its use. After I was married I took the Compound again for a female trouble and after three months I passed what the doctor called a growth. Ile said it was a miracle that it came away as one generally goes under the knife to have them removed. I never want to be without your Compound in the house."- Mrs. F$ANK KNOBL, 1642 Fulton St., Harrisburg, Penn. Hardly Able to Move. Albert Lea, Minn.-" For about a year I had sharp pains across my back and hips and was hardly able to move around the house. My head would ache and I was dizzy and had no appetite. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, I am feeling stronger than for years. I have a little boy eight months old and am doing my work all alone. I would not be without your remedies in the house as there are none like them."-Mrs. F. E. YosT, 611 Water St., Albert Lea, Minn. Three Doctors Gave Her Up. Pittsburg, Penn.-" Your medicine has helped me wonderfully. When I was a girl 18 years old I was always sickly and delicate and suffered from irregularities. Three doctors gave me up and said I would go into consumption. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablle Compound and with the third .bottle began to feel better. I soon became regular and I got strong and shortly after I was married. Now I have two nice stout healthy children and am able to work hard every day."- Mrs. CLEMENTINA DUERRINO, 34 Gardner St.,TroyHill,Pittsburg, Penn. 'All women are invited to write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medl cine Co, Lynn, Mass., for special advice.-it will be confidential IgTERSITI'S Sold for 47 years. For Malaria, Chills and Fever. Alas a Fine Genmera Strengthening Tonic. IOe SL.00 dtJ allit 'n When VorkIs !ard O RL , . , BF A N. 1 ' +'. :,' I !F J .. . : . , ...... S similar disorders. Remove the cause in its early stages, do SYR UP An Arkansas Ca re *, , .. , . , , ' ,; .. - 1 . ' I , . ly vegetable, tonic in effect. FOSTER, ILBURN CO. BLF.ALO. N. . equal this tried of and atrue old home tonic. .,cause in its early stdgLc, do not allo tle today-put up in chronvenient siztate, 0 and IR. TGH ACHER'S WLIVER AND BLOO SYRUP i will restore the affkctedorgana IW. N.I a genTLE laCK, pUrAO. N.196 to a healthy condition kly vegietable, tonic in efliect. U Search far and ien ,~r and you smwillanot find a prsparticen t e eualthis tried and true old home tonic. w Get a bottle today-put up LI in convenient sizes, t0c and $fL " hoe I dS oi rts, Mie, Bugs. "ROUGHI onI lrATS ,ouptloorh. I.caoza5,c W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 42-19)6.