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CUTWORMS. Cabbage and other plants can be protected from cutworms by erecting , two-inch-high paper fence around each stem. Lap the paper ends and pueh the "fence" an Inch Into the soil to hold It in place. The paper should Dot come nearer to the stem than about one and one-halt inches. In dianapolis News. GRAFTING. Successful grafting depends upon bringing the edge of the Inner layer of bark of the scion against the cor responding layer of the stock anil keeping It there. The longer time the (trips of cambium come In contact ,ith each other the greater will be the probability of a successful graft. Use a sharp, thln-bladed knife for splitting the stock. A dull knife of thick-bladed chisel often tears th cambium and leaves It with a ragged edge, which cannot be matched per fectly, and the scion often dries be fore the sap from the stock can reach It. Farmers' Home Journal. SCALDING PEACH BORERS. The hot water cure is recommend ed by many for peach tree borers. It is a somewhat drastic treatment for the borer though it does not hurt the tree. The borers work either at or directly beneath the surface of the ground, around the trunk. The tree may be hilled up In the form of a saucer, the dirt packed a little and the scalding water poured in. This will Invaria bly bring out any borers. It Is not believed to hurt the tree, although an excess of water should not be used. An emulsion of one part of naptholeum to 150 parts of water is also recommended. Farmers' Home Journal. SPRAYING TO KILL WEEDS. Killing weeds by spraying: To make the spraying solution, empty a hundred-pound sack of sulphate of iron into a Arty-gallon barrel; fill to the chine with water and stir with a 'hoe for a few minutes until dissolved. Strain through several thicknesses ot cheesecloth tacked over the manhole of the spraying machine. Apply with a powerful spraying machine, produc ing a real mist, free from drops. Use about fifty gallons to the acre, and spray on a bright, warm day, or on a dark, damp dap-; It does not matter, so long as rain does not come within eighteen or twenty hours. This spray will not harm grain crops, and will kill wild mustard and various other weeds. Indianapolis News. COCKSCOMB. The cockscombs are prized and planted as an odd and picturesque decorative feature of the garden. The dwarf varieties make novel and attractive borders; the tall ones form striking groups, and when inter spersed with other lower-growing plants In a border they produce a pleasing contrast. There are both red and yellow forms of the cocks comb, but the bright red and crimson varieties are most effective in gardens and also In winter bouquets, for which they are' cut before fully ripe and dried tn the house. The young plants can be grown from seeds sown in gentle heat in April and trans planted to the open ground the mid dle or last of May, or the seeds may be sown early tn May in the open, where the plants are to stand. Trans pontine intn rich soil about the time the combs begin to form makes the flower heads much larger, iny are bright from mid-summer until' frost. Indianapolis News. WILD FLOWER8 FOR GARDEN.' r.vu oarAon should contain a few wiiT flowers. The busy woman will find that they grow without care, n proper soil is provided and will bloom where there Is too much shade- for other flowers. , March brings forth the lovely hep atlca, and wild phlox or sweet wllllam soon follows. Next comes the wild geranium, or crane's bill.- but as Its petals fall rapidly it is not as effective as sweet willUm. which will be a . mass of delicate bloom for nve w or more. The trllllum or wake robiL . Is another desirable flower, and wild vollets thrive where the cultivated kind A ill not grow. The. Indian tur nip Sir Jack in the pulpit is an inter esting plant and a curiosity To many who never ramble In the woods tc see it in its native abode. All ol these bear transplanting and are sat isfactory as garden plants, but choose sweet wllliam It you wish the most desirable for color, fragrance and duration of bloom. luilianapolii News. FMoltir In tba so-ca':ca "free hlKh schools' of Illinois 59C5 Illinois students pa Private tultloiv. I. MUNYON'S EMINENT DOCTORS AT l'OUR SERVICE FREE.- Not a Penny to Pay For the Fullest Medical Examination. If you are In doubt as to the cause of your disease mall us a postal re questing a medical examlnatlonblank, which you will fill out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your case, and If you can be cured you will be told so; If you can not be cured you will be told so. Tou are not obligated to us In any way, for this advice is absolutely free; you ar at liberty to take our advice or not as you see fit. Send to-day for a medi cal examination blank, Oil out and return to ub as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your case thoroughly absolutely free. Munyon's, 63d and Jefferson Sts Philadelphia, Pa. Our Languages, """ What a lot of languages we talk, even If we talk only English! 1 was assailed by a man across the luncheou table with a language about a Cup tie final, and confessed that it was quite unintelligible. Then another man talked about golf, which Is anoth er language. And then the woman's language elbows, these columns. "The Cottntlese wore a sea-green cloth skirt wllh a bolero of the same color .and a white marabou stole and a black taffeta bow garni shod her huge cat of kurnt Tagel straw." It is a fine example ot woman's slang. But to the man It meant nothing- iDut expense. London Outlook. Eczema on Face. Edgar Springs, Mo., July II. ISM. Chuptrlne Company, Savannah, Dear Sir: I havs used your Tetterlne and. received great benefit from the use uallv appears In the spring always helps It. I On atlon but Tetterlne and ring and your salve id no otner prepara find It su- perlor to any on the mantel Respectfully, Elele M. Judevlne. Tetterlne cures Eessma, Tetter, Ring Worm, Ground Itch, Iuhlng Pllos, In- xani a nore nwu, nmpio. . , i Praly Patches on the Faci, Old Itching r-ores, 1'iinurun, v-.nnriru . ... Ions, Corns. Chilblains and every forrnot Skin Disease. Tetterlne SOc: Tetterlne Soap 2to. Yoar druggist, or by mall from the manufacturer. The Shuptrlue Co., Savannah, Ga. STYLES FREAKISHN'ESS. "I want to be dressed In the height of fashion," said Mr. Suddenroll. "I ll see to It that your clothes fit you perfectly," replied tha tailor. "But that's what I'm in doubt about. Is It fashlonab'e Just now to iiave your clothes fit V Washington Star. Taks Dr. Bigger! Hmkleberrr Cardial For all Bowel Troubles. Coilo, Dysentery, Choleramorbus.Cnoler Infantum. Children Teething, eta. At Druggists 'ibj sad 63a, Hi oh Price for Horseshoes. General St, Ohlr Mulholland, vet eran and historian of the Civil War, tells an Incident showing the utter rworthleseraees of Confederate paper money at the close of the war. BKorriT aftnr Lee's surrender," nvs the General, "I was a short dis tance from Richmond. The Confed erate exldlers were going home to become men of peace again, and were thinking about their farms. "One had a lame, broken-down horse whkih he viewed with pride. Wish I bad him, Jim,' srald the ota r. 'WhM'll you take for hlmt I'll give you 120.000 for him.' "Vio,' said Jim. , -v "Give you $50,000.' "No said Jim. "'Give' you $100,000,' fcls friend mkA "Not much.' replied Jim. 'I Just gave $120,000 to have him shod, BIO MOM ST Making New Mirrors aad resllverlog old ones. Complete Is oni lesson. Suoeeaa guaranteed. Banws Co.. MonMoello, Fla. AT THE CARD CLUB. , Wrat Hrldie Fiend Mrs. Thomp son has fainted away! c j d.iac. iriond How provok- Ina of her! She might have waited until she was dummy. LI re. AT THE PIAY. . The plot tWckms. here." "That's good. It's been pretty duro, tA thin up to now."-Cleve4and Lead r. v '',. An unlucky thing about having a house full of children Is when you would Ue to leep' In the morning, confesses the New fork Press. " Bongh on Rate, unbeatable extormtnanoT. Bough pn Hen Lioe, Neert Powder, 86c, . Bongh on Bedbugs, Powder or Lkj'd. 260. ' Bongh on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, We, - Bough on Roaches, PoWd, Wc.,Uq'(L 250. r..k Li nth and Acta Powder. Ha ' Bongo on Bkeeters, agreeable la pee, Boa E. 8, Wslls. Chemiat. Jersoy City, J. SOURCE OF"' KNOWLEDGE. . ;: -Oh.- dear!" sighed the heiress. I wish t knew whether ths duke Is go ing to propose to me." "Well " rejoined the penniless beau ty, "why don't you cable solid tors " Boston Post f , , , "ZZTt'oZrj htlr...W.-CAClOL:' MAI .TOSo. , -r i, n. 4 . ., r H Night Bassball. At the first exhibition ever given of a game or baseball by arttflolal light I was amated to find a crowd numbering in the thousands. The experiment was successful In the or dinary use of that word. Of course, there were some defects, but they can be remedied, In tny Judgment. One tnlng I notjoed. ' In the early part of tne game any spectator could follow the ball In Its flight or along the ground and without a bit of trouble. Later, when the balls began to as sume a mottled color, like the grass and dirt. It was harder to see. A new ball every Inning, or a coat of whiting, would make the gime much easier for the players and more en joyable for the spectators. Unques tionably the possibility of night base ball was demonstrated. Clnolnnatl Commercial Tribune. the Atlanta, Ulrmlngh.m Atlantic ttallraad Will sell excursion tickets at reduced fares (or the following occasions-. Mobile, Aln., National Convention Knights ot Columbut, Aagust 3-6, 1H09. Albany, Ga., G. V. O. 0. F., August 10 13. ltKK Flovllla. Ga., Indian Springs Holiness CampmeetlDK, Auiiet 1-16, )90. unn ii .T.i io 21-34. 1909. Farmers' Unlos, Georula Division. Seattle, Wasb.. Alaska-Yukon Exposition, June lst-October 16:n, ltsm. Seattle, Wash., I. 0. O. F September tO-'Jt, 1909. Bpokane, Wash., Kotlonal Irrigation Cob grass, August 9-14, 19J9. Ia Addition to tb above, there are number ot oooaslons for which rates will be authorised on oentfl;nte plan. Ticket Agents will furnish tuil information. W.H.LEAHY. General Passenger Agt., Atlanta, Go, Franking In Days Gone By. Franking privileges were greatly abused In days gone by. The gov ernment employe's friends shared Id bis opportunities. In a letter written by Wordsworth In 1815 the poet said: "By means of a friend In London 1 can have my letters free. His name Is Lamb, and If you add an e' to hie naime he will not open the letters. Direct as below, without anything further. 'Mr. Lnmbe, India House, i Arjnn rvilprldee. too. saw that a postage saved was a postage earner! 1 and made use of tne .Mr. urau oi urn ; India House go News. -Charles Lamb. Chlca- Do Year Peet Aohe and Bint Rtolca into vour shoes Allen's Koot-Kase. a powder for the feet. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Cures Corns, Butuons, Swollen, Hot, Smarting and Bweatmg teet and Ingrowing Nails. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe stores, itftois. bample sent Fhcs. Address Allen a. (Jlrrutea, lxiuy, c. i, NOT RECENTLY. 'There's a funnv Item In tnis pa- tT about an Ohio man refusing an )ffer of a fat Consulship." "Where? Let me see It!" "There it Is." Oh. vou ninnvl Don't you see ths oeadline over mat collection of .cemsT Happenings of Fifty Years Ago. a Af M-tiritv and freedom from anxiety pervarlos the borne in which Hsm lins Wirard Oil is kept constantly pn hand. Alotnera snow ii, - upon in time of need. QUITE APPROPRIATE. "What's beccme of that pretty young actress I saw last year " "She's starring." "And the young fellow who seem ed to be so devoted to her?" "He's still mooning." Baltimore American. Mrs. Wmalow's Soothing Bvrup for Chrtdreo leetning,eoina tne gums, reuucee luwunrm 1 Uon,aitayapeJn, cures snn4 colic. It! a lottas ; HELPING HIM OUfT i "That famlUar quotation escapes me " said Rivers, nibbling bis pencil. ! "Competition Is" " The first law of nature,-" prompt ed Brooks. Chicago Tribune. THE BEST REMEDY FOR SORES. "Salem, Va. Hancock's Sulphur Com pound is the best remedy 1 have ever used in my family for no re. One of my little Kov. eloht rears old. had a solid sore al over hie face; we tried different kinds of medicine, but none seemed to do any good. Our son, nineteen years old, had a no re on his leg for three months, and nothing did him anv nood. We used Hancock's Sul phur Compound on both, and it did its work quickly, and it was not over a week until both were well, C. A. Butler." Cures Ecsema and all skin diseases. Vour dnifcrist sells it. Hahpock LiquiD SliLPMrB Co., Baltimore, Md. A CRUEL JEST. "Mike " said Plodding Pete, "dere'i wuas) t'legs dan told brickj." . -Wtat happened?" "De lady op de - road . ald dat if I'd chop m armful of wood she'd gimme a ck."( . "Dldnt t 'ai- keep ber word?" "Yep. She handed me a ck" o' toap." Washlns: Star. " What sort of husband should a young lady select? Ans. She should not select any husband, but look for h single mnn l i GEO) MADE FROM OUR French Opera Tea Is dellolcus and cooling. It Is economical because one pound will make 2SO eupa. Try a pound. In sealsd cans, 60 oents. French Opera Coffee Is always the same ALWAY8 GOOD. AMERICAN COFFEE COMPANY, OF NEW ORLEANS, Ltd. DRADGHON'S pb COLLEGE ATLANTA, dpeHal proposition to FIKST RFPI.Y from each town. Mention ssmi ; "Vi!,i"lT?'lO MAKK SIONBY WUILK TAKINIi YOl'Bl rOllBeK. KI1E1CU. HOW IT HAPPENED. "Whydid you leave your lasv place?" asked the boss. "I got six months oft for goad be havior,1' answered the Job seeker. Boston Post. Major F. B. Baden-Powell, an Eng lish authority on aeronautics, antici pates that flying will be common In four years' time. For COI..D9 and (JRIP, Hick's Cappdiks Is the best remnlr iv. rvtict tnri restores normal conditions. It's i liquid-effects Immediately. 10c. tic aod tOc, at drug store. In 40 years (1868 to 190S) Japan s foreign trade Increased from 26.000, 000 yen to 814,000,000 yen. SMAmNG. PULLERS. BELTS , 0MB.Rn . onu WORKS. AUGUSTA. M. zz : TVipqp rnndv tablets do just as much as salts or calo mel. But Cascaretg never callous the bowels. They never create a continuous need, as harsh cathartics do. Take one just as soon as the trouble appears, and in an hour its over. I Vest-pocket boa, IS cents et drus -etorea. 83S Each tablst of the genuine la marked CCC, ! SACRIFICE SALE OF Town Property AT Milltown, Georgia. f . A. ..thinrintlan on two new . railway enterprises coining to our o"nl wltn otner raotory enverpn., w -Ing 200 -sholoe lota close In at the low p. toe ot tas.OO eoh, payable 10 ean, balance ti monthly. This is the greatest sncrlltca evel offered In Real Estate, as our tows has nearly J.000 people now, and with oonvlot labor driven out of our town, a 50.0M . . , 1 1 .Am..i.t.1 ivn more rall- ways headed this wny, with several laotorj wars headed this wny, wltn several laomrj "terprles. we oanoot help doubling out population In another year. r this Is a snap; write quhk.aa ther not last Ions;. No delays, no wait ma. get deed the day payments are completed. en,.,h Rinvnl!i Innrl X, InrllKfrlal f(l. Alllllll IK:ill II U LUIIU IS limuil,, .m. - a - - Cores Conllpstln, Diarrhoea. Conul-lons, Colic, Sour tttomach, etc. II Ietroy Wo, , Allays Pe-erihnFM snd Colds. It AMs Vttr tion. It Makes TerthinO Eiiy, PromottS CUeef lulnav and Products Natural bleep. b A. sle-t J Hist boa rjt 'lsa41a eiuleen eUts ""J tb retesws rlrsr. rtfm trJ".. G M SMI THUEAU Pifcai. RicUI.Va UOl IV, nillltsW Be V". TEA GEORGIA. Brenau College-Conservatory GAINESVILLE, GA. OOrei una Prot.on. : Btudentt Mi Sutu rep. reeiitFri numlMr of Irolldlrw ' perk nf It sore, kts iler ool ! ocur Inoludlne dnmenic icieDoe. A1.inMt la aiulo. srt tad or.tory uaequaled In the Booth, steaullful lllalr. ted rttsloeue free. AddrcM BKENAl'.P. O. BoxftOO, Oolnesvllle, On. CURED elves Oulok Relief. Removes all sweltleg In Stole davs : effects a permanent cure .given free. Nothlnfoan be fairer uJsDeclsMli.' Boi B Atlanta. 0 ic lUBTB HEELS AND COUNTERS. Made of Steel. for Miners, Querrymen, Farmers t All Men Who Do Rough Work. Payfor themselvesthree times over. You can buy shoes fitted with them from your shoe dealer, or any cob bler can put them on. They will outlast the shoe. They are lighter than leather. Write for booklet that tells all about them. UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CO. BOSTON, MASS. c BEAUTIFUL RESORT BOOKLETS 1 For a beautiful illustrated resort book- j , .u Usued by Atlanta, Birminfham and I Al.ntie Railroad, entitled "Seashora . .,k .,.J.,. ana moun..., r , onj wo cntt j po.t.ge to W. u l r.n'l Pasaaneer AaU A. B. , - , . . . AA.R.R., Atlanta, Ga. C7h. rfiX TOILET AiaTISEPTIG NOTHINC LIKE IT FOR asissa TrSTTLI Psxtine esceW asy oViilifrieo I lit I Lb I si in cleansing, whitening and ' . - .... I u,k iv(i MfrrWIS all germs of deoay and diieaia which ordinary loetii preparations cannot do. TI If inilTIl Paxtine used as a Booth IHt r.lUU.n wash dumlecU tkt moulh and throat, purijrsa1 breath, and kills the genaa whKh collect m art modlh, causing sore uvoai. bsd teeth, bad breath, grippe, and atuch sickaess. TUP CVsTC when inflamrd, tired, acsa I ML blLO and bum, but be msUully relieved aod sneogthened by Paxtine. aifi nnn Paxtine will desiroy the senna LA I Almis that cause cataim, heal the ia. nanmatioa and stop the discharge. It is a suns remtdj-fot uterine catarrh. Putine is a hannleis yet powerful temiucW,dinlecUnt and Jcodoruet. Jtcd ia bsthin it destroys odon and leaves the body enbtepucajly cleaa. rOH SALg AV DRUd TOWtVoOe. ni sniTSim aiv ftsaiL. at LARGE SAMFLE FREE! THE PAXTON TOILET OO.. BOSTON. M8. (At.31'09) Dronsv v I r-.r.i . - ur f-mm mm j - -r