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tlon which could be corrected In lira
or ten minutes. An effective anti-add
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burning dose of soda?which Is .but
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Next time a hearty meal, or too rich
^ diet has brought on the least dis
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Sores oa Maa aad Beast
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Latest Toad Story
Mrs. Sarah Chaloupkas, of Wyoming,
, Iowa, lg telling a toad story. Her
toad, a tree toad, she says, croaks
though It has been Imbedded In the
Concrete basement wall of her home
11 years. The toad was not heard
tmtll a year after the house was built,
and Is silent In the winter, but through
the spring, summer and fall It Is noisy.
Three yenrs ago, according to Mrs.
Chaloupkas, the toad was silent and
she thought It was dead, but a few
days later she heard It again and to
day It Is croaking as merrily as ever.
Gives Advice to
l think Milks Emulsion should bo
advertised all over the world, so >s
to help all of the sick.
"In 1912 I bad a great deal of trou
ble with my stomach and bowels. Tor
several years I tried everything that
I saw advertised, bnt I kept getting
worse all the time. I got so bad that.
I was In bed for three months In 1916.'
While In Philadelphia In 1917 I hap
pened to see one of yonr ads. I had
tried everything that I thought was
amy good, but concluded to give Milks
Emulsion a trial. It could not do any
. worse than the rest
"To my surprise It regulated my
bowels end I found I did not suffer any
more after eating and had no pain
at alt. I continued the use of Milks
Emulsion for six months, until I was
in fine health and have been for the
past eight years. When I think of the
way I suffered night and day for six
years, I feel that every person with
stomach and bowel trouble should
know about Milks Emulsion." Tours
truly, 8. B. PEDDICORD, JR.. Elec
trical contractor, 1435 W. Baltimore
St, Baltimore, Md.
Sold by all druggists under a guar
antee to give satisfaction or money
refunded. The Milks Emulsion Co.,
Terre Haute, Ind.?Adv.
Man Battli With S*al
His alarming battle with a hnge aeal
has Just been reported by John Rat
ten, a road foreman at Banff, Scot
land. Aa he approLched the animal on
L Banff beach It growled and snapped
at bis leg. He warded It off with a
shovel, but the aeal grasped It firmly
'with It atnnned the animal sufficiently
In Its mouth. After a strenuous strag
gle Rattan regained the. shovel, and
for him to make his escape.
IWhen a fool qnlts laughing be be
gins to notice where common sense
WILL DO ALL IT
CLAMS TO DO
Pratt, W. Vs.?1 was so weak
sad nervous that I was la had most
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bad token three
dooeo of Ljrdla B.
I ootid feelthet
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"Have you ever tried loving your
neighbor a* yourself?"
"Occasionally, when I have felt par
ticularly disgusted with myself."
Howell?"Do you believe that love
la blind?'.' . Powell?"Say, a bat has
perfect eyesight compared with It"
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"Greatness,'^ said HI Ho, the sage
of Chinatown, "consists less In deeds
than Id deft appeal to public Imagi
Holding Him to It
Toung . Multlrox?I'll never forget
the time I proposed to you.
Miss Malnchance?Righto, old dear I
I don't Intend to let you forget It.
Tou never can tell. Many a warm
heart Is barely covered by an evening
It May Be
Oastoria Is a comfort -when Baby la
fretful. No sooner taken than the little
one Is at ease. If restless, a few drops
soon bring contentment No harm done,
for Castoria Is a baby remedy, meant
for babies. Perfectly safe to give the
youngest Infant; yon have the doctors'
word for that I It Is a vegetable pro
duct and you oould use It every day.
But It's In an emergency that Castoria
means most Some night when consti
pation must be relieved?or colic pains
?or other suffering. Never be without
It; some mothers keep an extra bottle,
unopened, to make sure there will al
ways be Castoria In the house. It Is
effective for older children, too; read
the book that conies with It
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There's nothing like this for break
ing up colds?amazing relief to
?ore throats, head and chest?Safe
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Specimen Reck from Heart of Psaea MoT
let Tunnel. ? mUee long throagk Rocky
Mount alna. MI Mar I oa St.. Colo.
Crtahn let Igane of "* i Isaas Belli lie"
Is out bow ready for mulling. Hundrede af
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name and address of owner, or agent, copy
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Photo Stadia. Thriving California town. Bs
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Brokerage. Mil W. Ptclf Leg dagolSBChltf.
*. a babtiaoai, no. a-aa
Ad alumnae of a nearby college was
entertaining Iter former history pro
fessor at dinner, much to the Interest
of her three small sons.- Jack, the
eldest, kept eyeing the professor close
ly, and finally, after dinner, be asked,
"Mother, yon say Professor Smith was
your history professor?"
"Tea, sonny, and ? splendid one,
"Well," pronounced the six-year-old
observer, "he has a bole In bis sock."
Town Good Firm Risk
The Arizona town of Chandler, with
a population of 1,600 and assessable
property In excess of (1,600,000, has a
record of two years without a Bra.
Soon after a quantity of gasoline be
came Ignited In April, 1036, doing dam
age of 11.18, the town officials put
In a Bra siren system of summoning
the volunteer Bra department But
fortune decreed that the sound of the
siren should not disturb the quiet of
the towa after the siren had been
turned on once for a demonstration.
"I have my nets and my tackle all
"Why the shotgun T"
"We might sight a few flying Bah."
%udies that Ada
If! amazing to
see how faded,
out - of - style
iroaaea can be
transformed by a
few buttons, a lit
tle braid and the
quick magic of
borne dyeing or
tinting. Torn dent
need any experi
ence to tint or
If you are sure
to use.tfoa. fkd*-''
Dye a. Tinting
with them la easy
as bluing, and
dyeing takes Juat
a little more time
to "set" the col
or*. They nerer
fir* thing* that radyed look which
torn* from n*tng Inferior dm. Ia
?lst on IHmmd Dim and mm disap
pointment Over 10 million package*
need a year.
My new Ofrpage Ulnatrated boat,
"Color Craft." fires hundred* ed
?noneyeariag hint* fop renewing
clothe* hM draperies. Iff Free. Wrlta
fot It now.tOllaelfafdmDapt O-ldg,
Diamond Dye*. BmHagtw Tenant
in Compact Form
New Commercial Mixtures
With Nitrogen Compounds
Increase Plant Food.
Concentrated fertilizer* are here
this season. More than that, they
will receive greater consideration
from New York farmers and prob
ably will be nsed far more extensive
ly In the years to come, says Prof.
E. L. Worthen of the agronomy de
partment of the New York State Col
lege of Agriculture at Ithaca, N. T.
Synthetic Nitrogenous Materials.
The development of so-called con
centrated mixed fertilizers results
from advances In the manufacture of
synthetic nitrogenous materials. These
materials are higher in plant food
than the animal, fish, or vegetable ma
terials which have commonly been
used as carriers of plant foods for
All the nitrogen In a fertilizer may
come through synthetic materials or
"chemicals." While an objection has
been raised because these concen
trated fertilizers do not contain nitro
gen In the form of organic materials,
experiments do not show any consist
ent superiority of nitrogen from or
ganic sources as compared with that
from "chemicals." Results from con
centrated fertilizers, although still
somewhat Incomplete, Indicate an ap
proximate equal value, pound for
pound, of plant food In concentrated
mixtures and In fertilizers of ordinary,
Buyers of fertilizer will be advised
more and more to consider using ra
tios such as 1-2-1, 1-3-1, or 1-1-1 In
stead of the analysis such as 540-6.
The analyses which have been used
for years by New York farmers indl
_cate the percentages of plant food
contained. However, since concen
trated fertilizer may carry double or
triple as much plant food as those
less concentrated, the use of ratios to
represent the plant food contained In
stead of the exact formula Is advised.
Professor Worthen points out that
It Is possible to Injure seeds or young
plpnts unless the rate of application
of concentrated fertilizer Is reduced.
If a 10-20-10 fertilizer replaces a 5
10-5, the rate of application should
be reduced one half, for example.
Special precautions should be tak
en to prevent the fertilizer from com
ing In direct contact with the seed,
but If the rate of application Is not
unduly heavy and If the fertilizer^ is
properly mixed with the soil, crops
will not be Injured.
Colloids in Soils Have
Much to Do With Plants
Now tbat such words as legumes,
humus and bacteria have become fa
miliar to farmers and their relation
to the soil fertility Is understood, the
term "colloid" Is about to claim the
attention of soil builders. Soil col
loids consist mainly of organic matter
and partially decomposed mineral sub
stances existing In ? very finely di
vided state. These colloids are Im
portant, scientists are finding out, be
cause tbey have much to do with plant
growth. The extent of bacterial ac
tion In the soil. Its water holding ca
pacity and the solubility of the plant
foods depend very largely upon the
nature of the colloids present
Fall Plowing for Trees
Is Favored by Forester
"Proper tillage of the qoll U prob
ably the moat necessary prerequisite
to successful tree growing," says C. W.
Watklns, Nebraska extension forester.
He advises the man wbo plans to set
out trees In the spring to plow the
ground In the tall. This conserve* the
moisture and makes a compact, moist
soil for planting In the spring. There
will be enough moisture stored In the
fall plowed land to start the trees in
the spring even If there Is very little
rain at that time. After the trees are
planted, regular cultivation and an oc
casional hoeing will prevent weed
growth and give the trees a chance to
? Agricultural Squibs!
No economical substitute tor tbo use
of limine materials In frowlng leg
umes baa been found.
? ? ?
The borne gardener mag extend bla
growing aeaaon In the tell by the nae
of hotbeda and cold frames.
? ? ?
Giving your dairy barn a good sys
tem of ventilation now means health
ier stock and pnrer milk in the win
Federal specialist* estimate that
per cent leas chickens are being
raised on American farms this year
than In 1927.
? ? e
The production of hogs, beef cattle
<and horses moves In cycles. That Is,
there Is a period of large production
followed by a period of leaser produc
tion. Prices move In lbs opposite
Moving pallets from the range to
the laying hosse ta .delicate- work tn
so tor as the pullets are concerned.
Remember that tbey are going Into
atrnngs Quarters and win receive new
management from now on. Sudden
change* are often dlsastrnne tn egg
t ? , ? ????
Elephant or Tractor,
Question in Africa
T? the Congo rlrer basin of Africa,
whore the soil la perhaps as rich as
anywhere else In the world, there Is a
merry rivalry between American trac
tors and elephants as motive power on
the farms. The big beast driven by
a mahout for a salary of 24 cents a
day can turn the sod of one and a
quarter acres. Ontslde of a little salt
the elephant can find bis own feed. It
Is not bothered by the tsetse fly, so
fatal to other domestic animals.
A tractor is flgured to be 14 times
more costly to ran. Bat Its Initial
cost Is about $400 to the elephant's
$2,400, and It can turn the sod of 2$
or more acres In a day. So each has
Its advantages. After nearly 60 years
of experiment there are available In
the region only 24 elephants sufficient
ly trained for use on the farms.
Autoiiti Fight Gatm*
Automobile driver* of Anstralla are
tired of climbing in and out of their
ear* in order to open and clone road
gate* to keep cattle at home. In that I
land of many cattle It ha* been neces
aary to fence across many of the coun
try roads. A scheme to have at each
gate an excavation, with tracks across
for cars, but so constructed that stock
cannot cross, is meeting with blgb
favor. Nb provision- will be made for
horses and carriages, because they are
considered by ranches as being "relics
of the dim and distant past."
Bill Younger and Curtis Benton,
both well known scenario writers, had
been discussing a certain candidate
for membership In the Writers' club
when Benton suddenly exclaimed:
"And there's another fellow who lives
by his pen 1"
Younger looked at the uncouth chap
Benton had pointed out and finally
said: "You can never make me'be
lieve that fellow's a writer."
"I merely said he lived by his pen,"
asserted Benton. "Be keeps hogs."
A once stately mansion was being
town down at tbe national capital to
make way for stores. Tbe material bad
been sold for a song. In moving one
of the wbite bnt soiled stone mantel
pieces the paint was accidentally
rnbbed off. Lucky purchaser 1 The ma
terial was found to be alabaster.
McNntt?I met that Impossible
His Wife?Yes, and I suppose you
argued with him until you were black
In the face.
McNutt?No, Just around one eye.
The average man holds the key to
the future because there are so many
of him.?Charles R. Brown, dean of
the Tale Divinity school.
www faa Mch eylMar r nii?W?
" with the epharieal eyliadar head
to form a perfectly awled com*
hoathm chamber ? i>m lug high
uniform compra?lou at iDdawi,
at all epeedt ead nM mtgr fa.
I " SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST! I
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are ? I
not getting, the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe I
by millions and prescribed by physicians for 25 years. I
| DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART I
f 'j Jjo Accept only "Bayer" package I
which contains proven directions. I
f Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets I
w Also bottles of 24 and 100?Druggists 8
Aspirin Is the trsdt msrfc ot Bsjsv Msnufsctnio or HonosastleuUssUr or SallcyUcacU |
"And how do yon get on with your j
"I've a splendid working arrange
ment with her. In the morning she
does what she wants, and In the
afternoon I do what she wants."
Jungle Diving Beauty
Teacher (exhibiting a picture of a
zebra)?What Is this?
Pupil?A horse In his bathing suit.
First discovery of a baby Is that
crying pays. y
Habit of Saving Crowe
The American Bankers' association
has made the state.nent that in 1918
there * ere 10,000,000 savings accounts,
and the number is now more than 40,
Howell?Do you believe in the Dar
Powell?Stop your monkeying.
A woman can sharpen a pencil
about as quick as a man can thread a
BARE TO HAIRS
If you want to grow hair f
on your bald head, save j
the hair you have, stop j
foiling hair, dandruff, etc, I
write for literature and fl
W. H. FORST, Mfg. - Scottdale, Penna. I
Joy of Labor
The only things worth having In
this -did rale of tears and laughter are
those yon hare to work at least a
little to get, and we suppose a really
Intelligent mosquito would frfber
hare the girls wearing stockings than
not.?Ohio State Journal.
Tessle?"I thought you said you
had a rich uncle?'' Tommle?"Yes;
but he just got married again."
Conversing with a man who always
agrees with you is as bad as talking
to an echo.
I always at its best
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