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KEEP CF.LF.ftY OM THE FARM
TOO MUCH FOR HACK DRIVER
WANTED TO DE AN AViATOil
t ( I ' ' ' f v x
'-a hs r- ,M-t I T-rfc
OPENS AND CLOSES ITSELF
-Gate Invented That Unlatches and
Opens Vehicle Approaches
ill. I.ouls A. I .a as of Maxwell. Tex,
baa recently set tired a patent ou an In
vention that relatrB ti automatic
ful-iK, mid more particularly to galea
that me i n In i cliod and opened by a
Yehlcle approaching along the road
nd closed anJ latched attain through,
the same agency, nil of which Is done
automatically, says (ho BMentillo
American. An object Is to avoid fi
cambering the swinging Itself
Crop la Becoming More Popular z It
l Not Difficult to rtalsc and Al
A gf.'it deal of Celery Is now l.rlt,R
grown on t lio farm, more thin cur
before, .j fnrtnrrs find this f:oi not
difficult ui: J iilwnj!! salable.
Where but a r t i .'i J I n'iniitl'y I tn be
stored for winter sale or u- Id Hie
Uinlly, it tan le hanked up '.villi t.irili
tvhoro the plants are snnvii.
The I'Hi'th should l.e plticod -ieiitl
tho base of ihe plant! tj boll tic in in
good form nnd whore liny era rrc.ialii
without luttbi-r banl.ln:; uu'll thee I-.
JynRer of a bard frost.
Tho earth should b'
the vriy (opH of the
covering- them, and
weather li coine rol
should be covered with
lth many or heavy operating parts.
J ho gate Ib shown In the accompany
ing engraving, which pictures the va
rious features of the construction,
among which 13 the provision at each
sldo of the swinging gate of separate
vehicle engaged road members, pref
erably In the nature of fulcrumed run
ning boards, and located at opposite
nldos cf the road, one of which con
trols the opening aud the other the
rinsing of the gate.
SACKS WHILE SEWING
lii"ti a tit"
..r the iiii;f
manure, s'law or corn f;idi!er held I"
place by rn- irs of bca--ds f ;, r-i r.c- l
veiy Rood !in ih::d r. r the l:.::n In
to dig n pit, ray 1)4 imlii.-t deep, time
fo"t wide and of tho nn i",-.,iiy let.giii.
Vl:e soil in tho bitin..l shtviM l ( loos
ened to form a bed l:i v, l,i li tt;e roots
:f t'uo n'( ry sr.ay b" f ( t.
I'ack (his Ireni'li v.llii Ivlly f:inu
plant:, plarlnp the rooti clom t
Rc'hcr, with, ciiii.-i''.( i libit- fi.il adher
ing to them.
As the c leiy It placed ir. the trench
t hhould be wi'll walci-p.) and then
allowed to remain open l.M miou;-.!1
Tor the tops to beenn.e dried olT
Unless tho toil Ik vei y iliy at fie
lime of Ktoriiig, or cmi i d .1 warni
neolhi-r thould lollop, It will ft he
nocetihary to afiply any mote vyur
l'lace a 12 inch board on ede ulong
ane hUo, of the irem.li and bank up
the surplus earth on the out;.!de;
New Association Gaining Many
FAITH'S CURATIVE Fu7.tR
NOTED HEALTH EXPERT -GIVES
REASON FOR BIG
SUCCESS IN MEDICINE
Device Intended for Holding Bsqs
Whila Opening Is Being Sewed
Up Is Recent Invention.
A device for m-o in holding sacks
end bag3 wli'.le sewing up the opening
Is the Invention of a correspondent of
American Miller. It consists of a ta
ble, D. with an upright round Iron
fastened to It as shown. The hook.
, i i
A (Pn "'"Mii-,.t-.'i .--
Position of Sack on Stand.
C, 1 attached to a sliding collar wkh
a tet-ecrew (having a lever A) to hold
It In place. This is to provide ad
justment for long and short sacks.
The sack Is buoltcd on C to steady It
Cross Section of Hotbed Pit Used tor
Storage of Celery on a Small Scale.
cover the trench wiih a root of
boards, sash, straw ou pole;--, or corn
"talks from' which the tops iinve been
removed, placing the Etalks acrcRS the
pit with one end reFting on the board
and the other on the ground; spread
over this a light covering of straw or
other material which will pack close.
aud as the weather becomes colder.
Increase the covering to keep out the
Celery stored In this manner will
keep until inte In the winter, and
wMle the method Is too laborious for
application on a large commercial
Bcale, it la to be recommended for the
use of the farmer and small grower
bcaoie of Its simplicity.
The unused pit of a permanent hot
bed may be utilized as a storage place
for celery by removing tbo surplus
earth and substituting a covering of
boards for the Basil.
The celery Is stored In the fame
manner as In the trench, end the bed
may be covered with any material
which will keep out frost.
Trn'.ntnv su'-rres lift nitentioil t'.
oi mzui Ion vt lh r.ew Munyon "l!p
t'uu." l-'rofin (ir Wunyon dauea that Ii
1:h 'm;ii1 neiie cunveils tlu.n 1." rken
ftnilriiJMii il, iih.1 says that Jjis ")lun
I'liH" in fi.vliifc In lefli-H Hint imnieli. it
la paM that, tlifl tetal leernldTKhip of th
HfMO'ttien tl.M,UlillJt T I ui rnitfvi WhtUS
in now well over the l,t!f nilijlufi tnaik.
Tu a i-iaternifiil lor Dublicatlen 1'ioC
'! wen! to tnik trt i-vorv fMrk. uilintr and
tfe-ipoiKti ni in iH'm lit t:na city.- 1 want
to ornii'M my new creel to them. X
wnet to tll iliem fih'oul my new ihiloo
eliy i,f lieiilth, whleli I tl.o fruit ef a
nt-tlm ut Mluiiv unit ex p'Tli-neo In deul
Itif: with dirk folk.
"1 want to t.Moiind th ;rat Tnilh
that 1 liiiv lewnieil that tlo.rw In more
eurJIIvw uw i-r In um ounrrf of Jloiio tlin
In 1'ouniM e-r lo-e. I hul lli k pOi.p
nl'.onM not tak lni-iilrlne fxri'jt h a
nu'.jpori terouwli wiiiili l!ii KriT.t enrR
ll't pewer of iJorio may he mmi titri
tie. MeiJIi Im s Tiro iieeesnary In tl.o
lo.'hent Mate of tho worl'l's proRrena hi
enue tl'i y phn a iutlent physieal imn
piirt nn'l ptn;nptl! anil renewe.l vler
with whlih to braci up the will power.
oiib liniiun, from tlic Hi tlnn of the propor
medicine", that ). or she la frellns liet
ter hy this It "plied hope anil fulth,
v, lileli complete tlte eur.
"I tliliiK that prooriiiiy a n'linon per
mi at lenpt In the I'niieiJ Rtates liv
Uiilnreil themr.elvca enru.l hy my mcll-i-itii-H.
anil I know that thene people have
hail the tet remedies medlrul neienrn
f:nd to onvr. 1 hav always contended
that If there 1 any virtu In irieitielt'.e
my fidlowers should l,uvn tho bent, hut
I "verily hrlieve that morrt than one-half
i f llione v. lio have hi en llfieil to health
from the bondaRa t.f ehrot:lc lilnris,
thiouii takinfj niv medlrlne". have, bern
reallv cured l.v the knowing that they
luid the 'it.nost In medleal lore at their
commnnil. am) the Hope this Insolred.
"I nrn not in nnv pen. a rruetielnif
,.hst-i;in. I emp!"V at my 'ahorDtorir
'n l'hlladi iphl.i a Ihiro ta(T of expert
vhvKielanM ami chemists, nnd I hav
minv other idiyslrlans In various cities
if iti t'nited StateH deliiiie.l to Klve f i to
urtvlci to the nick end afflicted. My
i-eadmnricrs are at Mnnyon's Labora
tories. r.3d and .lefferson fcts.. l'hlla.. I'a.,
iid I Pnv there o statT of daly replsfer
e.t phvsleluns rikI consilium; eiperts,
and to all who desire It I offer the best
of ir.rdloal advice absolutely fi- of
Write today, nd lressir.jr Trof. J. M.
Munvon persoTta'.ly and your letter will
hav a special care.
High Sounding Nrfma Msrfa Old Mn
Thinn Ther Was Somethlrg
Msteriou !n tha Wind.
After a lonp. hot, and duily Junuiey
by train tho New York cotunu-reial
traveler arrived in KiehmonJ, brucbed
enough dust off his face to make sure,
that the rlfcht man was getting off,
and balled one of tho little sea going;
ha.ks common in the Oi l Dominion
city. It wis driven by en aged negro.
"Drive me to a haberdaiihei y," said
tlio traveling man surveyed Ma soiled
rfWnerit with disfavor. 'VeFHuh," said
tho licuro. "tilddtip." The old horse
started off at a little fit iff legged Jog
trot. The d'iver seemed to be think
ing deeply. I!y and by he pulled the
horse to a stop, and leaned Latkward
to his fare. "Sruse me, sub," said bo,
"hut wcy do you all want to go?"
"Drive mo to a haberdashery," tald
the traveling man. "Oh, yensuh," said
the negro. "To be sure. "Olddup."
The hnck rattled on for a little way,
and then the negro stopped, got off
the box and poked his head in over
the little door. "Mebbe Ah didn't get
dat name J;'is' rltht," said bo. "Would
you all mine repeatln" it, sub?" The
traveling man said for the third time
that ho wanted to go to a haberdash
ery. The old driver shook Ma gray
wool and looked grieved. "Ah'in an
ole man," said he. "Youah kin trus'
me. W heah is It you really want to
rVI t sourt C'tl Evidently Very Much in
Erret In Her Deti're to Navigate-
Mr. Claudn Grahamo-Whlto, the f;v
mooft Kngiisb avlnlor. Is ci nstar.tly
bemnght. by mrg women to t-'.ich
them lo become aviators. Many mntifl
application by loiter. One of Iheso
letters reached bin) the other day
from a point In MlfoiiH. Cleared cf
its errors in grammar, spelling and
capitalization, it read sornethlig l!k
"Oh, Mr. Grahame White, teach me
to be a 'planer.' 1 ran' one of them at
Kaunas Cl:y, and 1 think it Is Jiit
heavenly. 1 would like to run a
Wright monoplaua or a Ulerlol bl
plne. but If you iMve a better flyer
1 would try that. I think I would look
cute running a baby flyer. I'a says he
wouldn't mind my having a baby one.
C'oulda't you bring one out befo for a
week or so and fchow me bow to run
It? I csure you a good lime?"
Mr. Grahame -White was compeiled
to decline tlio joung woman's Mod Invitation.
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SELECTION OF SILAGE CROPS f
New England Homestead Picks Corn,
Red Clover, Rye, Wheat, Alfalfa
and Soy Deans.
Tbef'plar.ts most valuable for lilage
In western Mansnchusetts are corn,
red clover, rye, wher.t. alfalfa and Boy
beatiH, ea;s the -New England Ilom
litead. Corn Is the greatest silage plant
It will produce the largest amount or
leKlrable silage, 15 to 20 tons of the
green fodder being taken from an acre.
Most of the large varieties of corn are
(suitable, for tillage, but the heavier
the growth the better, lor It produces
moro food per acre.
Bilago corn should mature early,
especially before a frobt, nnd should
bear a satiafactory yield of corn. The
corn thould not bo cut until perfect
ly ripe, because there will be too
much water In tho stalk and the rood
val.i3 la levelled. Almost all tdlago
corn Is planted In drills from eight to
ten Inches opart, always In a well cul
tivated soil, lied clover, if put In tho
tlio In the right condition, makes on
excellent feed. The only loss with
clover In the silo Is tho loss by ter
mentation that occurs If It be green
and the blofsoiin not well cured. The
yield of clover per acre is slightly
tinder that of corn; and. on tho whole,
clover Is not thought by dairymen to
lie as nutritious.
An Exacting Situation.
"Doctor," said the nervous man, "Is
there any way of teaching a person
to tu.lk In bis sleep?"
"I never heard of any." replied the
physician. "How -could such antrr
compllfihmer.t be of benefit?"
"It's either that or insomnia for me.
My wife is one of the best suffragette
speakers before the public. She al
ways rehearses ber orations at home,
and I've got to ssy 'hear! bear!' or
that's the stuff:' at least once- every
ten minutes." Washington Star.
A Seoti hnian and his wife were vis
iting in a wild, beautiful part of the
country. While driving one day with
their host, tho two men sitting to
gether In the front seat while the Hdy
sat behind, they crossed a high brl.ljro
which spanned a roaring torrent. An
unusually loud splash caught the gen
tleman's attention for a moment, but
nothing was said. After several miles
the gentleman turned to address a
remark to bis wife, but her seat was
"Aye," be remarked to Ms host,
"that will be yon splash we heard."
Cole's r-nrboli-nlve n'jlek'y relieves and
c'.ires burning-, ll'-lilni? and terturlntr iskln
d!Hse. It Instant.y stops II" pa'n of
burns. Onrei -without scars. Tt and 6":
bv ilniffc'sis. l-'or free sample write to
J. W. Coin & Co.. Black Kiver l all.i, Wis.
Mr. Cburaplelgh My, but It's bot In
bere, doneherknow. I feel as though I
were being cooked.
Miss Causteque Broiled lobster
Isn't eo bad.
RASH ALL OVER BABY'S BODY
In the ground
was good In Its
In fitting the ground for sowing
wheat do not neglect to prepare tha
eed bed In a tboro.ig'i manner. Tho
depth of tho plowing should be regu
lated by the crop pi evlounly grow ti
lt oat ttubble ground Is used, as is
quite ofien done, the plow lug may
be quite shallow; on some soils the
plowing mey Indeed bo omitted en
tirely, and tho field lilted In au ad
mirable manner wholly with the cut
The tobt of the concrete floor can
t saved many times the first year by
tonserving all the manure and apply
ing it to tho land daily. I'te t dilln
Clover bay Is number one for laying
The best silos are built in circular
Saving watermelon seeds requires
through the winter.
The old tub ello
day and la good yet.
Foxtail la nn annual weed which
spreads only by seed.
A neat barnyard r.dds considerable
to the value of tho farm.
Lima beans are always a late crop
that Is nipped by the fall frosts.
Easily accessible, shade should be
provided wherever chicks are kept.
You can have nice Epinach for
C'hrlalmas by sowing In cold frames.
Much caro Ehould bo taken In se
lecting seed coin for next year's gar
den. Asparagus is a heavy feeder and
will stand aU the manure you tan
To have winter parsley and lettuce,
lift some plant.t at:d sc-f out In the
Tb re are only two ways manure
tun lose la value, namely, by fermen
tation and by wathing.
It you like to experiment, try plant
ing potatoes and peas cow for the
very earliest, crops next summer.
'Wie most economical way to save
minute from the stables Is to have
concrete stablo floors and gutters.
Cut and burn all tho asparagus tops
to destroy disease and give the bed
a tblik dresalng of stablo manure.
l.iko a glass fruit Jar, a !lo must
he water-tight and Jolutless to keep
the sllato from molding cr "dry th
ing." Corn stalks', broom com stalks, rice
straw, tlax straw, and the straw or
p.auy other plants will make eXce'.loht
(.'oncteto slioa need eo Insurance;
they do not blow down or burn up.
l'hey iievtr have to bo pnluted or repaired.
Itched So He Could Not Sleep
"On July 27, 1909, we left Boston for
ft trip to England and Ireland, taking
baby with us. After being in Ireland
a few days a nasty rash came out all
over bis body. We took blm to a doc
tor who gave us medicine for him.
The trouble started in tho form of a
rash and was all over baby's body,
bead and face, at different times. It
Irritated, and be would scratch It with
ail bis might. The consequence was
It developed Into sores, and we were
afraid It would leave nasty scars on
"When we reached England we took
baby to another doctor, who raid his
condition was due to change of food
and climate, and gave more medicine.
The rash got no better, and it tmed to
Itch and burn at night so bud that the
child could not sleep. I!e was com
pletely covered with it at different
times. It was at this t!mo that my
mother advised ua to try Cutlcura
Koap and Ointment. After using Cutl
cura Soap 8Dd Cutlcura Ointment for
about nine months the places disap
peared. There are not any scars, or
other kind of disfigurement, and baby
Is completely cured by the Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment. We have no fur
ther trouble with baby's skin. Noth
ing stopped tbo Itching, and allowed
baby to sleep but Cuticura Soap and
Cutlcura Ointment." (Signed) Mrs.
Margaret Gunn, 29 Burrell St., Kox
bury, Mass., March 12. 1911.
Although Cutlcura Soap and Oint
ment are sold everywhere, a sample
of each, with 22 page book, will be
mailed free cn application to Cutl
cura," Dept. 14 K, Uoston. "
Not In Circulation There.
An error of a new clerk In the mail
ing department of an eastern publish
er was responsible, the other day, for
the mailing of a prospectus to a world
famous statesman, who had been dead
for some years. The letter was re
turned a few days later with the fol
lowing Indorsement: "In Heaven, ,
1911. Gentlemen: As your publica
tions are not permitted to circulate
bere, I believe it would be useless for
me to subscribe for them. Yours re
spectfully," and here followed the
name of the famous statesman.
Two of a Kind.
"Going abroad this summer,
"Why ah "
"Isn't that a coincidence? I'm r,ot, J
THiif) that I. IiaTd been cured of ly
r.rp'da ativt leniai,
l?.-i;nlilc bv TOIIt"
been troubW willa
both for fourteen,
yerirs arid consultroy
but failed ti f?rt nr.r
reH. f. ftrr t"-ir.
I. j JUT. I'lnkham
potltl'l t''-'-i lU0 0'v
ruiii'cr I ran ?ar 1(
am a well woman. i
1 enn't thid wore to ex r res my tl.rtnk
for tho pood yonr riWic )tio bai dor.nJ
wo. You uiaypiill.ih this if yo:i v- ish."
Mrs. Uekmam bti.ni, iVi.iil, V.'i."..
The (nieces cf LtoMa XI I'itTthanj'
Vr potable t lompouiiJ, nr.aio from root
r.nu berbft, Js ui parar.eietL It may l .t
uwdw it h perfect, conuilence by won't:;,
who sillier from displace menta, lndai.
lurttion, ulceration, tbrciii tumor, 1 r
regularities, rnrtoio r'1'11 backacbe, .
bcarm;f-dwn feellnrr, t'atulency, lrnii-
fOHtiou, uuMut-na, or uerTous prostrsw
Tor thirty years T.yau T.. Hnkham'ri
Vogi'tabJo Compound Las been tl.e-f
Btandard rcintnly for fonialo Hit, sti'lj
sufleritig women owe it to themselve
to nt least give tiiis medicine atrial.
I'roof i abuiuljnt that it has curt t;
tteousniida f others, aud viiy ehou'.A
It not core you?
Tf yon wtint Bp'!at advice wrlta.
Mrs. IMnh bum, Lynn, M as.,lor iu.
It ia fre and always helptui.
I mYOU TRAP THIS SEASONS
! tr invntiwiti u'iMTPiin rriMDinT pricl?
lhon RAW FURS
WTir is it tliat so many people mi (Ter
with lame Hark? Ham'ons Wjar.l 0:1
will cure it and for Ach, Sprains,
Bniires. Cuta, Iiurn, etc., tLeie i noth
'- the average man has oo-'s f.'.on to
generate a good, hearty laugh civ e a
month, Le la playing in great luck.
A Metaphor Resented.
"Did I understand you to say, sir,"
said Colonel Stillwell, "that you re
garded that orator's remarks as moon
shine?" "That's what I said," replied the
"Well, sir, I do not wish to seem
captious, but when It comes to com
paring that line of talk with a moun
tain product tor whose vigorous qual
ities I have a large degree of respect,
I must say your efforts to be compli
mentary, sir, go entirely too far."
Ti e at'sfyinft c,;inlitv in T.eii' Single
Binders found in no other .o cif.ar.
Charity organizations uncover a
multitude of s'-unera.
I PAY i Ctsl VOO I CMBCl 1 : 1
i vvt I ;!K;utjj no f
.VQuoTe V tt.u YCOMMISS1.-V
DIPECT DUYIRS CF FUR5
If dffflrtffl i
W. N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 41-1911.
A Reader Cures His
Try It Fro
Simple Way for Any Family to Retain the Good Health ef All Ita Membenr.
The editor, of "ITealth Hints" and
"Questtoi.a and .Answers' have or.e ques
tion thut Is pot to them more often than
any other, a:J -whlcii. strangely enomtti,
they find the most difficult to answer.
That I "How van 1 emu my co.ikttya
tlon?" Dr. Ca'.lwell, an er.-.'nent pe'sltrt tn
fllseases of the stomach, liver and bowels
baa looked the wholn field over, has prac
tised the specialty for forty years and Is
convinced that the Ingredients contained
In what Is called l)r. Caldwell's Fyrup
Pepsin, bus the best claim to attention
from oomsilpated people.
Mb success t:i t!:e cure of stubborn con
stlpatloa has done much to displace the
tise cf salts, waters, rtrora; eathr.r''
and such tlimy. teyrup Fepam, Ly tia::.
I11K the sioii.aeh ami bowel musci.s :
aeln do their woric naturally, and
)Ch toil!'.' Iniire,1lr.ta treninen!i,K -.-,
nerve. brlnKi abojt a lHBtlr.ff ct::'t.
Among- Its strungest aiipprtera nr1 Mr.
John iJi'nvelUia of M Milwaukee Ave.
lietiolt, M'. h.. Mr. 3. A. ernon of fij :a
Itorna fltjr itint tlioiiaanda of othe:.-). it
uun be obtain.-! ef aty druitit at
cents and oi.a rloi'iiu- a bottle, or if .. oc
want to try It ftrat a free sample I jt'.av
can be obtained by writing- the doeti r.
For the frea sample adire Dr. V.'.
Caldwell, Ji.t CaidwaJ tu:idlnf, MfcLtM
CeUo, lib ;
The Climatic Autocrat.
' What I ahovid llkf," said ilia self
indulgent person, "would be to bave
wealth enough to permit me to live
In a cool place In summer, and regu
!ato the temperature according to my
own fancy iu winter."
"You don't need wealth. V.'bat you
want is the Job of Janitor."
He sure your sorrow la not giving
you Its best, uuletis it makes you a
more thoughtful person than you bave
ever been bel'ote. I'hllllps lirooks.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every Pottle of
CASTOKIA, a safe and enre remedy for
infants and children, and seta that It
In Use For Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
First Motorist I have driven a car
for two years and I've sever jet run
Second Motorist (dl&gustedly)
Why don't you quit trying and Lire a
BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FRI E
Seua 'Jc aujoup for firs f ample et my very e hulo
et tiuld UiuixkaMWl Birttiasy, FUiirer anil Mvilto
it Cantn; beautiful colors and loveUeAt deltfia,
n ruit Card Ciub. m4 Jacoo St luixiia, aaiaa
"You take close notice of the places
to which people are Invited."
"Yes," replied Mrs. Cumroi; "In
our circle Invitations are the slncerest
You rnn't tell how much money a
man !s making from the clothes he
wears. You must get a look at his
17. -L. DOUGLAS
Men and Women wear W.L.DouTea ehoei
because they are the beat shoes produced i.a
this country for the price. Insist upon bar
ing them. Take no other make.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
The assurance that goes with an estab
lished reputation is your assurance in buy in 3
W. L. Dougias shoes. ('
I H 1 could take you into my large faclorie V,
at Brockton. Mass., and show you how
carefully W.L.Doug!as shoes are made, you ,
would then understand why t-y are war- j
ranted to hold their shape, fit belter and
TfiilTlflV lte"l haW. T nnaala';
vMU 1 1 Oil uaIU, antt prlw s(uiiU on IkiUuw
If Toa cannot obtain W. IA IViaiilsa shoes In
your town, write for es:)off. hhoes en( direot ONKFATtlof ins- HOTS IM, 91, Mt sr
from fucterT u wearer, all charg. preeAid. VV.IM a J.H) Mlbe H sill faiclvl4iutwear
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