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Cv 5. M. CLINT(
.itO t1:- plow is the first im
1 -n i by man in field
c'atu nl within the
. -ist luetntion of
i,'t~r - flt e ll 1b t T tamlent
" here he says: "'Tho
:r',t and1 th"' asses feeti
themn." 1In Joh's time
'.:s probably at crooked
with a stnaight stick
-- : ! hieli a grass rope was
t was in us.o for thot
: - - . even now in Old
-~ e mils of the' border
-. k- stiek is still used.
A - a iityyears ago a plow
- 0:n was devise-zet. anid this
S wh' :1 some genius of
f. ... ..::: . .: r on it. anti it w as
- ofplow init illg
-_L - Tthe powt with1
i -- n.tio n
- ork that
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t. is.> te ; sil must sl: y ip from th" m ld bor
-ain th surfac brgh and cienn. y1
ny be to soft to . ta a " goo 'poish: o
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L" i es ov r .h sf ace from
i th - to p onet canp f asil th emld whethr
;:"v 1." vnt he suc right ae and h ethe n.t
"' - u n ts the ho ae teb r-causes.T eml
- t ualti o t ego p l h deen
1'.t -.wr e gond, r p low gwt a long,
r. waelb-tillet grond the lowfwith
,o-l mol board is esymtter. ebekn
ir the- s(dloer evenlye andfcefroal
'" s o tat it ros an forsil humus wnether
on thegh shape e o also denthe t
t. ~ 'tA plow nut ou he v o a o whachdeted
nwssarye wearrgeou the et fte eams
h "r m nta f a lities o h lw dpn
tag of vpotnt e rylresere
:i h .rself f r. , fd l w t a lo
n Thu ans o d ardlsud eued u
tho n o her wn'tl gre-dteplw wt
btn hed ow al ther eeladcvr l
' of nglhcecdhasks oftepoins eed h
. olo w he sbo tom o tesi n hc t
rt: -ly, or w i thue am ucselvesdaf tan i
nui sc a wy st
k a lvn by t. T e
roaryan neer \re
t k it. wth hile mus lp rm te odbar
*.er.;, The igrane sufce bigtm- len
youimngi adu ony assTeml
fatris stnretnd o unof-gh ipr
vbr, r fact iny been lefad h urao
we noll l l sa edu ads a tter
topo onfeaiytell htengahr
* t * p lowshd havte usehofdsomd
wo hrdr eterbecauotat
ofzl t e slwes of thopw (eed
a ry lrguie dfegfreewr
r w(*I~ared ror the unusua wh
thesodove evnl, must cover good
......1 tht i ros nwfor ge humu ira from
oi te sape f temergncy al f dpnsthe o
>cd ill cuse amu ihgae draf than irmmr
a '. ssrwerig ot hesegth momenthe stem
~ ermenta facu ties w ell preparatin is aia
t lt heselfforheru ieduby ton use ofitd ao
'i Tousans ofgirls ctrs orl tem orim tat
t te tie wee di- ae gveywhnoe eoughto
a cre'-s " (on tink nayw o uine cal o f om woa
t(~ r) t th botom fopred yer tof unuea weo
Fehol o larnto eep sand seiusy haeapood
iralyor it hemelvs koswleg orae fom
II~ n ch awayas o oenc e .chools e isay en
try, bnd yuhe lhould ea thke mohautu, se stm
.rm r'dnta S.nBATLES I RAY uiRe heS
and the patience of the plowman. The more
abrupt the curvature of the mold board the more
pulverizing the action upon the furrow slice.
The use of a colter reduces the draft materially,
particularly on tough soils, clover sod and the like.
Some farmers claim that the only first-class
plowing that can be done is with the walking
plow, but I have seen some of the best plowing
done with a sulky plow. There is not much dif
ference in the draft. A sulky plow carrying a
man will be about as easy on a team as walking,
because the friction of the mold board of the
walking plow is eliminated to some extent.
The draft of the walking plow depends largely
upon the way in which it is set. If properly
adjusted with a steady pull so that the heel or
wing does not press too heavily against the
soil, the plow will run easily, smoothly, and with
very little attention from the plowman. I have
seen the men follow the plow round after round
without even touching the handle, except at the
Another important thing in plowing is to have
the width of the furrow just right. If the plow
is set to take a larger land than it can turn
over properly, it will leave much vegetation un
covered, ,and the fild will be ridgy. The plow
should be set to exactly cut and cover all that it
enters, and no more. When a plow runs properly
It should set exactly level.
No mian is a good farmer unless he Is first of
all a good plowman. Upon the skill with which
hie plows his fields depends to a considerable
extent the facility with which he can cultivate
his crop, and, in fact, its yield.
The question of deep or shallow plowing Is one
which must be studied by every man, and
adapted to the needs of his soi l and his crop.
Deeply plowed soil contains moisture longer,
affords better home for fertilizer and all kinds of
plant food, is more easily cultivated, and is al
ways t be dsired
>eable tho parting underte omnsciTses mof
adot thei cuotrelof the imolds boadute ori
p.Therizm- then atio minthe furro bslie
Thbe use-o wholro reduce therf mennisaly
dorticulrs- onatoughangels bcve they ant lie
rServe ofarerowai aothat cholyve firstwclas
inlcasino th ait can nodoeiswth te hw alkittl
pow, but he av coee oe f thebetn.oin
don owth aPslkypl hee this nao ducai
ndfernceoi- then dand. Ah sulk afford carryingla
man~vl~cabou maskeasoneau tamdes wnalking,
ease the fryiputingo themle boade good the
vwnty-ing pow iosh elille deto thmer etengan
Trhrmed studyt othaling pffren lins lrgl
upo the wayinThhichiitone set.al proptaerln
areced ith selfedatuon---youhca the heo
king dotessds nt 5 too heail gainla teed
soile them bettewllruhn eayou som ool and with
courye itt.legteto fvronte pwmran.es hadde
seonrtheomdn follwthe an10 rucain shtrouds
ithuton e andotudhaing the hadlnxe atfthes
onnoher ilattings. own s ohv
the widto rtctetm of theosrwjs rgt tte powde
iset o akie ao larger landthane it ca ftxed
over r hurly itvery leveng much ingthetiongn
covered, nter tewlre oudgye Th c omo
should 1) nseto al ut parnd cormetal thatn
entrs a~lnOmea discln, a q0 unst horyin
ishudst erruptldy et fcalr.hr
Nomnis a godvarnerunrin lieisrstorma
all god ben Upor thfexpasiln, wit ywarich
lieplws isfieldswt depenstarcnileare
exten thefacili wthiwhcahn he cnaculrivate
Delplwedasoi ontaupin mtre longner
affods evt sa hd omefrfriie nt all eaid of
plat fodisyore Aeal cultat canrosl
ble hin scoolyig, lecure, bookh, librres ad
Sae mrti peiodcal, tatper n nd women .)
unaila ar detemnto iprogvay themottve,
on"ecue hve aundanty of romti th dop"o
be bl t sring uoner theronthscouness of
naylttr ecient educationais that hey droa
do theorint raliz the mns value of tou.
t.Te om th tspar mtes p Lofesr' mayement
d or pres- sl changeub iease thectnbt se
statysli-suding erabyndl there thache day ttil
or isall tive appount to atood subsiues f ory
y puting thenselves ndregod u-~
CALOMEL WHEN BILII
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever
Stop using calomel! It makes you i
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
pated, listen to me!
.Calomel is mercury or Quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile, crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that aw
ful nausea and cramping. If you feel
"all knocked out," if your liver is tor
pid and bowels constipated or you 1
have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath is bad or stomach
sour just try a spoonful of harmless ]
Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a
HIS WELL-CHOSEN RESPONSE
Old Frenchman's Words, in Acknowl
edging Gift, Were Certainly Short
and to the Point.
In a certain country town there
lived an old Frenchman named Le
Blanc. One night some of his friends
gave him a surprise party and pre
sented him with a watch chain. That
week the local paper printed an ac
count of the affair, saying that in ac
knowledgment of the gift Mr. Le Blanc
responded in "a few well-chosen
Curious to know what the old
Frenchman said, someone asked the
reporter who was present what those
"well-chosen words" were.
"Well, I'll tell you," he answered.
"When Charlie finished his presenta
tion speech and held out the chain,
the old man-who had ben eyeing it
greedily all the while-suddenly
snatched it from his hand and ex
claimed: 'Py chee, dat was a good
one!' "-Youth's Companion.
HOW TO HEAL STUBBORN
TORMENTING SKIN DISEASES
A Baltimore doctor suggests this
simple, but reliable and inexpensive,
home treatment for people suffering
with eczema, ringworm, rashes and
similar itching, burning skin troubles.
At any reliable druggist's get a jar
of resinol ointment and a cake of resi
nol soap. These will not cost a bit
more than seventy-five cents. With
the resinol soap and warm water bathe
the affected parts thoroughly, until
they are free from crusts and the skin
is softened. Dry very gently, spread
on a thin layer of the resinol oint
ment, and cover with a light bandage
-if necessary to protect the clothing.
This should be done twice a day. Usu
ally the distressing itching and burn
ing stop with the first treatment, and
the skin soon becomes clear and
Both Exposed to Danger.
"The man who makes a shell is just
as much a hero as the man wvho fires
"I guess that's right. In these days
of Zoppelins and aeroplanes, you
never know when an aviator is going
to drop bombs on an ammunition fac
Rain on the Diamonds.
Madge-Do you think Mr. Phan
loves you more than he does baseball?
Maude-I really don't know. Last
night he told me that my eyes were
Madge-That is a sign of affection.
Maude-Then a little later he said
that when I criedl it made him feel
like a postponed game.-Judgo.
A Benevolent Refusai.
"Senator, I wish you would give me
a job, as your private secretary."
"Oh, my boy," respondled the oily
senator, "don't-'get mixed up with the
government service. Nothing to it.
Ruins a young man. Besides, I have
promised that position to my son."
"Congressman Bilowster says ho
didn't think much of the San Fran
"I think I know the reason why."
"Hie hoped to launch a presidential
boom while out there, but it failed to
10c Worth of
Will Clear $1.00 Wc
Cet rid of th
big, crops on
is the time to
ing Du Pont
Writ. for Fr.
DYNAMITE ON LIVER
" Will Give You the Best Liver
Had-Doesn't Make You Siok!
spoonful and if it doesn't straighten
'ou right up and make you feel fine
ad vigorous I want you to go back to
he store and get your money. Dod
ion's Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
nedicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
t cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
)odson's Liver Tone will put your
luggish liver to work and clean your
)owels of that sour bile and consti
)ated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
guarantee that a bottle of Dodson'
Alver Tone will keep your entire fain
ly feeling fine for months. Give it to
rour children. It is harmless; doesn't
;ripe and they like its pleasant taste.
HAD TO HAVE MORE ROOM
Wobbly Man Needed Extra Accommo
dation Before He Could Really
Enjoy Seeing Play.
During the run of a play In New
York last winter a wobbly person tee
tered up to the box office one Satur
day night when the place was packed
and demanded a good seat.
"Nothing left except standing room,"
said the box-offce man. "Sell you
standing room for a dollar."
The wavering one produced a dollar
and went inside. But so many gen
eral admissions were grouped at the
rear that over the intervening hedge
of heads he caught only vagrant
glimpses of Rhat was going on upon
He foggily considered the situation
for 'a spell. Then he rocked his
weaving way back to the box-office
window and put a second dollar on
"Gimme nozzir one of them standin'
rooms," lie ordered; "can't see the 1
show at all if you only got one."-Sat
urday Evening Post.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
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. So cents.-- Adv.
A woman is not really adequately
clothed because she is draped In nys
No such thing
A lot of manufacturers call their
roofing "Rubber Roof in a,"
"Rubberine," "Rub eroid"-Rubber-this and
Rubber-that. The lif. is all out of rubber if
exposed to the dayllajit for six months.
There is no such thing as "Rubber Roofing"
of any kind. There Is no rubber Ia
It is made%f the very best Roofing Felt thor
puhl tsaatoatin our aproperly bended
asphalt which keeps the soft saturation
within-the life of the roofing-from drying
Itis gurnteed 5, 10 or 15 years. according to 4
whet her the thickness is 1. 2 or 3 ply re
Your local dealer williquote you reason
able prices on our good.
General Roofing Manufacturing Co.
World's larqce mamnat rera of Roojing
New Yerk City Chiesse Philidlhkta St. Louis
Beoso Clevelandi Pittsbunra Dletroit San Francisce
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Atlanta lHeuten i.on'lon Hlambuirg Sydney
The Taleum of Quality, for refined
people; Perfume rich, lasting, and ex
quisite; Powder of velvety (lueness,
in Glass Jarn-15.. and 25.
Sold by all dealers.
GILBERT BROS., & Co.
rth of Land '
a stumps and grow
cleared land. Now A
clean up your farm
a bring high prices. Blasting is
peat and easiest with Low Freez-'
Explosives. They work in cold
s Hfandbook of' Explosfves N.69P,
I name of nearet deeae.
T POWDER COMPANY
E CHEWINB TOBACCO0
theI.Sme-Netow a. the NeesIsht.
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