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A TBULY JDEAL WIFE
HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER
Vigorous fiealth Is the Great Source of
the Power to Inspire end Encourage
All Women Should Seek It.
One of the most noted, successful and
richest men of this" century, in a recent
article, has said, " Whatever I am and
whatever success I have attained in
this world I owe all to my wife. From
the day I first knew her she has been
an inspiration, and the greatest help
mate c my life."
To,be such a successful wite, to re
tain the love and admiration of her
husband, to inspire him to make the
most, of himself, should be a woman's
If a woman finds that her energies
are flagging, that she gets easily tired,
dark shadows appear under her eyes,
she has backache, headaches, bearing
down pains, nervousness, whites, irreg
ularities or the blues, she should start
at once to build up her system by a
tonic , with specific powers, such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's- Vegetable Com
pound. Following we publish by request a
letter from a young wife":
Dear Mrs .. Pinkham :
" Ever since my child was born I have suf
fered, as I hope few women ever have, with in
flammation, female weakness, bearing-down
pains? backache and wretched headaches. It
afljfctod my stomach so I could not enjoy my
nfeals, and half my time was spent in bed.
" Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made me a well woman, and I feel so grateful
that I am glad to write and tell you of my
marvelous recovery.- Itbroariitme health,
new life and vitality. "-Mrs. Bessie Ainsley.
611 South 10th Street. Tacoma, Wash.
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Ainsley it will
do for every sick and ailing woman.
If you have symptoms you don't un
ierstand write to Mrs. Pinkham, at
vynn, Mass. Her advice is free and
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Pleasant in taste, mild in
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Little Girl's Awful Suffering With Terrible
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"iMy little girl had been suffering for
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time 1 could not get a night's sleep, as her
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giyen up all hope. But as a last resort 1
was persuaded to try Cutieufa, and one
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TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE PLANTER. STOCKMAN AND TRUCK GROWER,
An Experiment With. Geraniums.
I do not know of any plant which is
mentioned in a florist's catalogue which
so bravely endeavors to do its best
under trying conditions as the geran
ium, writes A. Eva. No matter if the
rtrin falls, or there is an excess of damp
weather for weeks, it continues to
send forth its cheering brightness; and
when hot wind and, sun of drouth wilt
or destroy some other plants, it yet
more proudly lifts its glories in de
fiances. The most lovely geranium of the
single flowered class I have ever owned
or seen is the "Julia Marlowe."
It is said (and easily believed) t to be
one of the most exceptionally valuable
novelties which spring up in plant life.
The flowers are as perfectly formed
and rounded as though made of wax.J
In color it is a dazzling scarlet; the
petals are broad and overlapping and
form a flower which is fully two to two
and one-half inches in diameter. The
trusses are extremely large, and the
plant attracts much - attention.
Another geranium which I believe is
without exception the most intense
scarlet bedder known is "Le.Soleil."
This is one of the double type and
is extremely effective "when planted
in masses. The flowers are very large
and held up by strong, straight stems,
and resist both storm and heat.
No matter what the variety of geran
ium, I have learned that we must ex
pect effects in accordance with the
plant food which it receives.
Last year when transplanting them
to the open ground, we made the 'soil
rich with well rotted manure from the
cow stables. The plants made an ex
ceedingly rapid growth, with leaves
which were remarkable as to size and
deep coloring, but throughout the sum
mer the flowers were so sparse that
our disaDDOintment was great. r"or
some reason florists seldom, ornever,
refer to the proper balancing of plant
food when preparing soil for flowers,
but I believe it fully as necessary to
success in this work as in the growing
of fruits and grains.
The fruit grower and the farmer
knows that nitrogen in too great
amount will cause too rank a growth
of leaf, and stalk , at the e3sp,e,nse of
fruit or grain, but if the nitrogen is
properly balanced with the two other
important elements of all plant life,
viz., potash and phosphoric acid, both,
fruit and grain will be perfectly devel
oped. It was plainly evident that my geran
iums were given an excess of nitrogen
f by fertilizing with the barn manure
alone, which is quite often very de
ficient in either potash or phosphoric
acids, scientists tell us, and so I de
cided this past spring to experiment.
Before transplanting the geraniums,
we thoroughly mixed with the soil of
the bed, which was eight by two feet,
a round quart of high grade fertilizer,
such as we use for garden truck This
contains in 100 pounds of material,
four pounds of nitrogen, seven pounds
of available phosphoric acid and ten
pounds of actual potash in the sulphate
The result has been most satisfac
tory. The geranium leaves have not
been abnormally large, as were those
of last year, nor too greatly abundant,
but the flower stems seem almost
countless and the trusses are enormous
and of great brilliancy of color.
Plants of the same variety were
again given the treatment of last year
and proved as unsatisfactory. I think
all flower growers will meet with bet
ter success in regard to profusion of
flowers and intensity of color If they
will mix some potash salt with the
stable manure Wnd soil, and I know
the flowers are far more lasting than
those grown with manure, without this
Z.nce7ne on Sandy Soli.
J. P. Pearson Could sandy pine land
with yellow sand subsoil be made rich
enough to grow lucerne? What time
should it be sown for winter pasture?
Would it injure cotton to run one or
two furrows to the row at this time
of year and sow rye for winter pas
ture? Answer A sandy loam, made "very
rich, is the very place for lucerne (al
falfa), such a location: and condition
as would produce a fine yield of. sugar
cane, or forty to fifty bushels of corn,
would produce a satisfactory growth
of clover. The proper time to sow the
seeds is in September or October, after
thoroughly preparing and fertilizing (or
manuring) the land, provided you can
have a good season in the grounds
sufficient to bring up the seed prompt
ly. If the seed lie in the ground until
the winter rains set in and then come
up the chances are that the young
plants will be killed by the first heavy
frost. I advise you to sow in rows
thirty inches apart, just as you would
sow rutabaga turnips, so that the land
can be tilled with cultivator or scrape.
Lucerne is not so well adapted to graz- j
iag and certainly should not be pas- j
' Reflections of a Bachelor.
Prosperity has much the same effect
on a man as gas has on a balloon;
too much of it will result in an ex
When a man reaches his second
childhood he has no hair and no teeth
and if single, has no more sense
than to want a wife. ,
It is easier to talk about ruling
mankind with love than it is to do it.
tured before it is in its third year, and
then not heavily. It Is particularly
suited for green soiling and for hay.
You may also sow the seeds in March
It woukl not injure cotton in the least
to sow in' rye and cover in with two
or three shallow furrows in one trip
wltE a cultivator. Professor Soule.
EBtabllahtnr Bine GraM Sod. ,
J. L. M. writes: How is the best
way to get a good blue grass sod?
What soils are most suitable for blue
grass? What Is the correct way to get
the number of bushels of lime per
It will take both time and patience
and good farming to secure a good blue
grass sod, some of the best sods I have
ever seen being' from twenty-five to
100 years old. Blue grass comes slowly
and does not become well established
for several years, but of course it will
yield some grazing and continue to im
prove in quality' if handled judiciously.
Many persons make the mistake of
not sowing blue grass at all, but rather
wait for it to come naturally. This
taE3 too much time, for one thing, and
unless the conditions are' very favora
ble the waiting may be in vain. On
the other hand, many who sow blue
grass attempt . graze it at the end
of the first or second season and over
stock the ground, with the result that
the coowns of the grass are eaten down
too closely and much of it dies, or at
least it does not grow and spread as
rapidly as it should and weeds come
in and choke out what the cattle do
Land intended for blue grass should
be very carefully prepared and well
enriched with farmyard manure, or if
that is not available, a leguminous
crop may be plowed under to advan
tage and supplemented with liberal ap
plications of high-grade acid phosphate
and potash, say at the rate of 200
pounds of the former and fifty pounds
of the latter per acre. Be sure that
the land is free from weeds. This may
be accomplished .. by puttiDg it In a
hoed crop a , year before seeding to
grass and is probably a better and
more satisfactory method than summer
fallowing. Strong limestone soils are
best suited to bTuV grass. It does not
give good results as a rule on thin,
light, leachy soils or very tenacious
clays unless they are well under
drained. Blue grass loves lime, and
where the underlying rocks are well
supplied with this element, it gener
ally provides satisfactory grazing whfcn
once well established. Dry, thin lands
are not well adapted to this grass. This
does not mean that it must of neces
sity be sown on low . land for blue
grass in sections to which it Is adapted
does well on hilly, rolling land suf
ficiently porous to retain a good part of
the waer that falls on itAs rain. It"
also gives its best fesults in semi-shaded
pastures, as 'it does not like too
strong open sunlightT?"-?-"
There are many ways of applying
lime and it is hard to say which is the
best. That depends & good deal oa
local conditions and on the lime used.
There are many forma of lime . sold
on the markets which can.be distribut
ed inthe grajn drill to advantage. A'
special drill is" also made for the ap
plication of lime. It is not an expen
sive implement and provides one of
the ea'siest and most satisfactory ways
of .distributing a substance which is
very mean to handle. Lime can be ap
plied by buying it in the unslacked
condition and distributing it, at satis
factory distances over the field, de
pending on the amount to be applied
per acre, scattering over - the ground
uniformly after it is slaked and incor
porating in the soil with a harrow.
The distance apart to place the piles
of lime on an acre of land depends on
the rate of application. For instance,
if you put the lime approximately
twenty-two feet apart in each direc
tion and put half a bushel in each
pile, you would be applying between
fifty and sixty bushels per acre. If
you put twenty-five bushels per acre,
the distance of the piles would be
twice as great, but twenty-five bushels
is a light application. The ordinary
grain drill-will not apply lime in suffi
cient quantities for heavy applications
unless it is especially constructed with
that end in view. For ordinary farm
practice lime can be distributed from
the wagons in piles as sugested. Lime
should" be applied about two weeks
before seeding, so that it will have no
injurious effect on germination, and as
a rule, it should De applied separately
from any commercial fertilizer which
may be used. Andrew M. Soule, in
Knoxville Journal and Tribune.
Ex-Secretary of the Navy John D.
Long prefers to make a speech rather
than to listen to one. He declares
that both are bores.
VShagreen," now applied to shar3i
skin goods, came originally from tlw
Persian word "Saghri," which means
the back of a beast of burden.
An obligation of any sort is a mort
gage upon your time.
Most peopic manufacture their own
luck be it good or bad.
He who waits for something to turn
up, is likejy to turn up in the alms
house. "Whoever -ets blue over mere trifles
is apt to paint things red to get over
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stops discharges,, heals -inflammation Mil 4ocai
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Paixtine is ia powder fcfrm to be dissolved ia pure
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