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liU;,!...l c Uy. lK.n'l t . 1j .-! the wi-,.:Ler IH..U. l-'niev. l, a Li.a luruwi-II to the Ira rum l-luo viii'U; brings Out fine birds on flu. 1 at.s Some :i makii k'k1 money, but mighty l.t'lu m I'. A thron" u i ! i ' J li v bayonets Is su.9 to (.'II ii.ji.i; t .r later A i l i'ors htii dow u w u.w I'! -a prit . ironi tho uj per a r From v, cm. n down to census re turn:, we a!'-: against pudding Am ii Juggc mart the n roplitiie I running tin: io.tumobiie a tmr.hty close rare A wet-tern farmer et li.guh '. i a Mini In l.i'.i !.'.-i v, i I ! i milk. Hlioug!i said. We'w come to !. oom'lislon that ; au'tiiinu has spring beaten tuny ways from the J.n'K. Tn mi :i r i-.il . tic ru- i!.' ! ' !:: ,r l)i iio i-u. h ici .-.Ihih-y as li"".iin; on a cure 1 1. inn )!:" Is t-- 'iM'il.:.''!y man begins a ehinc-rous ii.iim;i- v. wh the I iK'usi.'iiil i i;- nil. The DIM' of !! ram of i.j t.itor:-- .' tons of l in-ir 1.' .!! i. nil for i. ; OS I'll till! j J:i).:.n .;.i:r'.'.'. I., arty roll'ls of I. Mil an hair hut ye-.!'. Im you buy jo'T wis. Ii"i' i-iiai"? Will) forty It i ii 1. 1 rv In '!:" l.cnvon- , wortli H'i mi tb.0 im.-iiuth-n i:i bo- ( coming too nri.'to-rath: tor plain If you chew your fond villi sufll rli'i.t tar- you will I've a long time 111 fact, you Miil I a u lo lin: u long time (). r li) ' Sue li i ! !! e-hrys'in-tlit'iiinins will l.i coin,,- ting for the world's chumpium hip at iho lln'.'.-r Fhow . Strictly i'r t ergs nr- said to le I few. lull that does not iiii-i-oarage- II," rh'rf.il sign j :i i 1 1 1 -r at tin: curlier j grocery. So T inny iiotoriol.il-. a- 1 lent nt railroad cr!.?. crossing" l.-arli tho ! l-n-eKslty of rare on t!io part -f drivers. Tin ! nr.- ).v..y Mm of ..le.rSws to bo obs. r vi -1 ali n't i ri 1 1 , . -: .-ri-' mornings, In t it.rhnl.iii; 11, ai ill tin- 1 early j . .1 s 1 rl .ui'm iios. , Clih.-ign uiilvirt.iiy pinfe-n-ri have rjult ii nkltiK .iiwstliiiial Kiai-'iia nto. lino fif 'i-in tells us i" Ml of noun tl.at "Vo::vin li.it rul-il man for 1 turli.'s. ' A Vlntl.'ifa fat! - r iMi r.C il.Hilr. n 1:1 n cniivii't, 1-ul ir. I- i tin- rin-uinsliinri-B l;c ,.'-'i I'M s . -.111,11- I'.'.y. Tlllllk of siil'I.i-i't in.; kui ii a f.-:. I.;- on the av r-Hi;.- nilnry! Tl.-o" l: a li. an In Ww .--alan-l wlin lart il.'ilai t-i J'i'T.i 1 t.'i "i v-rtli of I'I'oikiIv In NVw Voik city. Ho wmilii Ji iv.i a l-'lt- r i t:anr. If t!m Nw York rri )':.! ii"t (i--i-ii it lir.-t. In ono r. . r-i-t thi. colloiv'fl rir:- not ! iiti to il.it.-. '1'hov tr-:ii' no llf.i nn.l 0-.r:it Incill'.llhV i " 1 i ' ' 1 1 H til tlo' ; younc iii-ii who ii'i out mi tlio fooiliall I tlel.l to Ij.ittli- tor iiiina inator. J Artificial Camphor, I Turn- i.- in i ;.ralin:i in N'ow York nut"- an an llii i.'il i niiii'liiir fai lory, ' tin- 1 .:- 1 M. t i f whir!) is IlltrlKliMl lo roiinati- in tl: iiKiiki't wl'h tin? nnt- : tinil i--. 1 ' ' .i :i i ' I-. Irt lilaliitiilncil that ; t. line,-, not ilirfcr. rxript In tin., man- j Iirr rf Its orinln, from Unit (-xtrar-tod from the (iin.iihor trrr-B of ronnosa. A'3Iirl;il riuiphor ia made from t-s-fipntlal oils (IrrlvcMl from turprntlne. Chrmlrally thn only dlfforrnro b twrrn turpi tit inn ai d rnniphor Is tlio , posRifi-ion by each moli-ruli,- of -,q lalti-r of imp atom of oxycm which In lacklns In tho fnriiirr. Ity rhrmlral process tla- iipodi'd oxycni Is sup pllcil. Tim r foui'tlns of the i.-n( iro sup ply of camphor In ukii! hi ths arts, lind tun? fourth In nirilli-lnn. New U6e for Euttons. I.lttlp M.'iynn-, ntjrtl four, nnd her ; tnli! r tslKtr-r wrro siiiitiR n-nr tlio win- j (low oin- day when B.K'.d-Tily lirr plHter , drop 'v! a button out of tlio window, whirl) .-.ii old lion swallowed at. once, j Then tin- silence was broken by little Miiyuie haying very carneiuly; "Now there'll be u buttuti In tbo i-gg." Delineator. pun. . it ' n 1 IMPROVKCffiN I v-,,,'...i'.'':.''"''v- , - f1 o! SEEMS SLATED FOR SPEAKER RACK TO HOLD PITCH FORKS i ..-r -I. Many l 1 ,iii:. '! , , -,i'v ml: . i'i.'.-ul-Ii i it i;ry of la-i.i . mitt atr-l n .uri an.! a - Kiim-'a. 1 1 . i . an 1 '..i 1,,. v.a !:- Althc.usli Spt a'.;- r Cn- n- nV u t Ire until .March I. I. '! 1 i am III 1"- the i- t t . I: alreadv In-ill!; an'i.v i. Infornii'.l .-i.o.-r:i!s .! . ' " ' MIsMiurl. h ,'ni. r i f t' i ! : '. ' : Hriiif Hlai. d ft r :! - a; ' t: Hay of Virginia am! U- - ' ire active rivals I- r .'. ; ' lioni In K-ir.iHky i;. ' n rnmparal ivrly i -- ' .' '" lm-1 mi early but l.ri. f .-x:.- !'.:. Ih75 he lor.it-il at 1! .'.v!::.-; Cr nan the l-rarliHi- of law an 1 i!t elerted lo consress. S.nre tie n ! f I '' n-uti .I hl:i illnrlcl roiit'nil'.imly. Willi 1 '''I tlim of one ti Till. Chirk, like many other men who have made cm-d, clvi f I'll! -r- f ' Ms wife. Defore she inairle.l Clark she was Ms C.-ii. If. a lieiin- it, a !! trarher, w llh a h eal reputation as an t 'oruHoiilyt. Clark was a yian..; iiw;' without any marked promise of future rrcaiii- s mi l n-icbty l"'-' ,;: ever to shine us a self run i, used, fluent speaker. Ills wiff took him in ).:: ilrilleU hln, in elorinlon, ililile.l him In pel. -alt.- tin'll hN u.-tui'-s ! ..' easy, nnd after i aril iin irli made by In r husband while randidat- In I'M' rutliiK Attorney of 1'ike County, she made little stiolis us to how speech lulnht have I n mud., more effective and ph-asiiiK. The home life of the Clarks, II Is raid, Is -1- Mr.Mful just me lit1'" ! am tic cloud beim; known to the nolh!:r:(. This Is fn untidy c.m!lti"ti of ' library. He i rvlm; to himself this room, Mr. Chirk bsimd (e ii- ial limn": ' drder No. 1: "Nolmdy M allowed to touch the books and pal" rs in tl " lilir.e or attempt to clean up the room." I list liu-uli h- d visitors t ome to the I " . ' home olt.-n and are delightfully enti rliilneil, the hostess m:i.l-in.T but ri ijin st of her hushand'H fil nd.-: "I'h an- don't i; . Into Mr. Chirk'.-, librar;. ' His i.an.n hut "( 'hump" at all -It's Jain.-.-' II liamp, the hit'-r h-'!' ):! mother's maiden name Chirk early n-inl.- vp Ids mind that thi.-. was ti much of a name tu rarrv Into politics, so lie shoilcni d It to Champ, by wliii he has li -cnie known to fame. ,,.,:r.r iKin-rlt cf "A ?'.n.e for Cvitything ind Everything in Its PI. ice" How M-'dc. Illy I'll'N W Vila; ui'C,,.-!"ll Hli MIS Ohp arli ; ,1'tMi i - in il.c hny- if-.-r dark -v r;.! !:i.' I have ter a fork ;.i.d '-'" I stni-it i.l.le in; iln.-' a 1 r- m: and It c.-itno i.i'.ir r.visi-.c f". ix-m tr'-uhle. h-d to th i sir, - I'm of 'lie r shown In 'he th aw h ;-. The la made of ai: null boaid, ona doling OUR AMBASSADOR TO MEXICO Tho life of Henry I. alio Wilton, ainba'-'sador nf the Vnltr.l States to M.-yiro, was r- p..t"cd to !:avo been attempt) 1 by rioters nt Mexico City diirliiK the D'ceiit i nihro(-,llo. Many Americans wi nt to the Ann rlc.'in embassy ib rlarins to tho ami as -::.ior. Mr. Wilson, that they intended to aim t In iiisi'lvi s, ns they consiib ri d the condurt t.f the chief of police, I-'ellx lilaz. during the dis orders imsatlsfactory. Mr. Wilson declared ln wan satislh-d with the altitude of the Mexican i.'ovi rum. -lit, but that be deeply regret led that the ihlef of i-olice had made no Riant effort to I r- vent disorder. Mr. Vibon then had a limit conference wllh Snmr Ci.i I, minist. r of foielmi affairs, who as Mir.'d l.itn t mi t Aii. ei leans would not s-iff. r any more a.i"l that the iiKitnt.irs wouhi he punished Peiior f rirl In an Inleivlew later said that tho relations between, Mexico and Ann lira win.- its i or Hal as ever. J In denied reports of friction between the s'oveniiiii nts and s-avo assuiaiico that nil would be stlh-d diplomatically. Henry I.. Wilson pra -tis. d law and was n banker In Spokane, Wash., from ISv", to ! ye', and considers ti.it iltyhis home. In lss;i he was appoint) d minis-t- r to enezui la by rr.-si.lenl llmrison, but declined; from 1V.7 to lh In- was luinist.-r to Chile, and from l'.i -r. until the present year he served as minister to Hi l.cl.ini. .Mr. Wilson was born at Crawfordsvli'e, I id., in is;,;, an-l was uradual--.1 from Wabash coilee in IsT!!. rroin IbbL' to 1S.S,"i he was ulilor of the l.ala.M-Ue (liid.) Journal. 1 1 LAFE" YOUNG FOR SENATOR V- ORIGINATED GARDEN FARMS frjK ") (if Th" woman wliu Is prlneipully rt'Sionsihle for the lorinali-iii of the International Children's School I'air.i leimiiL' Is Mrs. Henry Parsons of Niw York city. Shu has made a practical Is-suo of tin.- "hack to the soil" Idea, nn.l has been a ri al mother to thousands of children diirim; the past it ii yars. She managed to secure, from tho city tin- privilege of usiiiR an old dumping uromiil aB a i;ard- n farm. So many children applied for adtnlstli.il that hundreds hud to he turned away. The system sho followed was to award to each child a plot four by clirht feet for three months. Seven vi-m-tubles were planted and twice a year crops wen.' harvested. This was done under the direction of nsslntant teacher und the crops wi re lilven to the children. It Is said that wonderful results are being ac complished. Sickly children bav- b'-rama strum; and happy from tho open air exercise and sunshine. Industry has been Inculpated and principles of lionenty ami courtesy established, and ihu health and lives of many children have been saved thrciiKh these eli!trniln bri-athltiK places In tho center ol tho coiiRi-rted districts of our law cities. Mrs. Parsons Is sixty-two years of ui;.'. but bright, cheerful and energetic. She has found that children love farming. Nut only has sh- succeeded In IntcrestltiK them In iHxcIng ami plant ins its a novel occupation, but sho haa led their minds Into Intellectual fiehlH. Klie lias even Interested them In flood roads problems, the RavltiK of our forests, the uplifting of tho funning community und clvlng to thtlr minds a Btrencthunlng und healthy tenia. mm ! Bit U f 1 .11 'j -'I mm GOOD ROADS ARE BENEF; Comprehensive System Wouij J . win oi I r.-snspor)., of Products. (V.y JAMR8 01. H.r:r!t.oXl A coniprchenslvo s -':-i ,t - i i.i t-... ' " il ; i e.iun ttuniii ruiuer ii);i v F-;!., I neiieina upon uiu lain,. 1 -.. I . ...I r i t, . . - nofii eiiui'3. iii-iiei n,ads 1 ureal iy lessen the cost c; trant- i'liiinire in iiiiirsei, ami ns tne larincru learn now 'o ti:ak 1 roans, ami ui-iKe tin-m, tlij g.. v 111 be their profit a. When fanners Icirn I'.nt , mile or niunwiiy, three i,s wy, proximately 27,000 torn; ,.f aitt ! iinnuniiy, tnoy win in - n to (late the necessity of h;L-hwjT,-. npp, and learn Hint a h ud r,'aj' not no ninrie out of nn;d. No ft roan worn, no amount of avot. machinery, will make a im.nl din.J that w in stay good tinti! some ni:optei to pet ria or the water. It has been Fntlsfiu torlly strated Dint a fnlrly jrt-.i t Ifylr.g - for hauling heavy loads fho-jij rounded tip In the renter, so water limy quickly flow lt,tn j;; nt the side and bo carried ( ff ttr- - properly constructed channt-li. vci'ts snotild be provided to m water under tho roadway arj prevent pullylng the roadway i rtinnliiK water. NothliiR will give fntinrrs s, ideas of how A good road flu.-.;-built, or show them the lossn are stislainlnf? travplliiK to c,; over poor roads, than Farmen' ; I Pitch l-ork Rack ! foot loin.- and i i'l t in-l '-s wide. Or.c ' side of the beard Is cit to a half clr I tie. Near the I lr--l" . il'.'" of tl'.e board, five holes ,.n- hind, the h'ln la-ff eiuiie.h to iiiliait n larjir. ,'ork handle. This boaid is nailid ton i os 4 leet fr in tin- finer The -: ; ort (foi the i n l of the handles i is the Fame shape as the one nidi ihe hid. -but only half as lan.-e ami it has in. holes In It. It is muled to the pest, no foot from the th i r A pi- ce of hoop !r,,n s railed to the post six Inches above the lower piece, foriidnp; a eli'cie which hohhi the e.ul of Die handles In place. This Is another example of "A ph. for evcrythli.tr and ever.MliiiiK in j-s place." j le.ln No. 5, which may he hit : I f rest by writlnK a p.-s'al ca:: j the department of ngrlculture, i. 1 Irc'ot,, p. c , and asking f.-r li ; cue of the most pracli-al l'.i:;i farmer can have, in boIvIdk tin:-:;: I ortiitlon question In tho 111-1117 (lord roads help both the In:;, anil the city people. Then-fare 1 proposition which looks to eel: tin- country with good r-ads ii titled, If not to acceptance, ai events to a respectful h"arh,g. SENSIBLE DEVICE CN SPOC'I Strainer Composed of Mesn Fabric t Wire Screen Prevents Leavei inj Trash from Entering, This Is nil excellent il- vh e for ftl vi utini: any loaves, t w ip - and o'.hi- liai h from rt.li ring the dunn spo'j I.;:fa otto. Y'etniK. who bus been appointed Cniteil States senator from Iowa to sucpeed the hue Senator Iiolliw-r, Ih a native Iowan. Most i t his lib- hns hi en devoted to the newspaper pro fesilun, and hist sprint? be celebrated his twen-tli-'h yi-ar :.s owner am! editor of the Ues Moines I .'ally C;i it st I. Mr. Youiiu was ln.rn In Mnnrne county tn IRIS, lie lonrni-d to set typ.- l-i the i-mce of the Albla I'liloi), t'uiishlm: his trade with Mills H Co. of I vh Mciir.i-s. In 1S70 he was rlly editor of the li-'S Moln.-s Itc-clster. In 1N71 he established a 1 api r at At In 11 1 ie-, bnvn, called the Telegraph, " hldi he successfully published nineteen years. In 1 SHO he bought a we.,Kh defunct daily news :::ir nt la-s Moines and the paper Is now a tlmi oiinhly modern drily with a building of Its own. "I.afi.-" Voting Is a national timire in !t"pu!mran politics and Is noted ns nu orator In lhftn at the l'lillad-'lphlii H--pnhllr m convention he nominated Theodore P.ooseM'lt for vb-e pri .- i.lent. lb- has been twice delegate at large tu the ;ppuhllcan national convention from I-.w:i. He iicronipnnlcil I'resldent Tuft on bis trip to thu I'hlllppiii"M some years at'i and Is a personal friend of the president. UiJhOOK DOOR FROM OUTSIDE ' Convenient Way Illustrated of Cr, fastening Door by Faitenirg Ccd to Staple oil Inside. A cord is fastened to the honk and then passed through a hole in t!,, door and tied to the l.nob 0. 1 A Jr. y 1: iiir" -it Spout Screen. ff a 1 at 11 I 1 1 1 r from the roofs of lousal i.s. The strainer Is ccmiweil n '- ii f ; 1 1 1 ii f or wire screen audit ''in. -lly efnTtlve whether the dim ' "t i-cnnicis with the e.ivcs-tnKjJ "ie end or nt a point lnennedlw th" einls, as all refuse may be d by the forco of the water, cm 1- eh;.' of the trough, therefore W- t'.t'S the hitter self-cloanm. Unhooking Doer, Pulling the Ftring will n-move the book; Blip the string off the l.ouk, tDd the door cannot be opi m-d fn-iu the outside. 1 Changing F.ichlona. Fniihloiiablo folks nr- inking horses again, the utitomoi.do hailnj-, become too common for them. Ami fanners lire buying auto, a, , piles ((l Bavo their horses. Pedigree Seeds. Just about thirty yi-nra .'i;;o ! wrote an article for n farm paper eniiihd, Tlreeding Deans," telliiiR hnw I ,a,i bred a strain of beans of high ip,aliiy, and the way some of Ihe agricultural' sharps Jumped on mo was plenty, eay a writer in an 1 xcliange. Xiixt we talk about pedigree, seeds without Btartllng anybody, and ever," good farmer wants well bred weds' as well as well bred live stock. Fall Mulching of Vegetables. Any tlino during the full tho mulch ing of rhubarb, asparagus, and all of th vegetable i,nd flowering peren nials may he clone. Any kind of fine or conrso manure will d0. The fall and early winter ruins will dissolve out richness of the manure nnd carry It to tho roots of tho plants before freezing. It Is best to mulch thu lawn some time In Ik-ci rubor or January. Oil tho- mower and binder sickles and tho scythe, wrap them with cloth, and lay them away where there wlli be no danger of any thin; being . Jured on them. There is nolhlng sa i J by fall ting of asparagus. Tlio sweet potato crop hit.' 8" w oiiilerlully In the lust few ymrs. Many fniluies occurred fr- m l ii g I" or seed potatoes last sprit Teach 'he 1 li-i-il mini Ihe '..,-st UK mis of farming, for bis kno l- dse prove- your gain. Now Is thu time when the a kept his cornfield clear of " l' apB his reward. l.n nd cnntalniiiE nlontv of hun'-i 1 holds the iiioisture belter than tW which Is cropped every year. It Is as important to have a I seed bed for grass as unv other crop. a fact that many du not bci iu to t uwnre of. If barn-yard manures are to he used lo fertilize, they should be evenly ap plied and well mixed with tho soil W Irripient harrowing. Plowing under leguminous f""" like clover nnd cow peas. In addition to making humus, sunnllea nitrogen one of tho most Important tdeuie, of fertility. There Is a whole lot besides lut In raising a good crop. It takes Judf niciit, raro nnd persistent aDPllca,l0,'' Keep tho potatoes In a cool p'rt after digging them. Thi appllc al!0 to all rout crops. If kept at a lo teniperatiiro tbev remain erlsD c' nutritious. r-ccping nenr, Honey Improves with age. The ol cr It Is the finer tho flavor. Extract ed honey Is much easier to keep tbs comb, as the letter Is liable to 8et soiled, and must be kept In tlgli' (BSCS.