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THE HINT GENTEEL.
Mr. Snphcad Dy Jove, it's nearly
12 o'clock. Perhaps I lmtl bettor bo
-Miju-Bamrt Well, they say "Never
S Mlt off till to-morrow wlirit. vim i"in itn
Prompt and unquestioning obedi
ence Is the corner stone of the foun
dation of succes in life. No man can
give orders properly who has not
learned to take them, and "save ho
pcrvo, no man may rule." It will bo
found that the men who have won
their way to positions of power and
responsibility liavo invariably been
the men who did not reason or argue
or oven "respectfully represent," but
who promptly did as they were com
manded without questioning. It Is
the large man, not the little man, who
recognizes a superior authority.
Sheer white goods, in fact, any flno
wash goods when new, owe much of
their attractiveness to the way they
are laundered, this being done In n
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. ? Homo laundering would bo equal
ly satisfactory rif proper attention was
glvln to starching, the first essential
belg good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
goods. Try Defiance Starch and
will be pleasantly surprised nt tbo
Improved appearance of your work.
Not Hard to Pleace.
Woman may be uncertain and coy,"
larked the boarding. house phlloso;
.t, "but sh'o Isn't hard to 'please.
That's where the poet Is wrong."
U'hat new light have you had on
subject, Mr. McGlnnls?" asked the
landlady. , ,
"She'll put up with almost any'.klnd
of atlci: for a husband and wear any
old thing on her head for a hat."
His Professional Habit.
"How did that sculptor leave his
"In a strictly professional condi
tion." "What do you mean?"
"In statu quo."
Velie Wrought Iron Vehicles
i ) Will Not Wear Out. Insist on having them
J nk j our local dealer or
JOHN DEERE PLOWCOMPANY. Omaha Slous Fall
PMAI1IIA nt bargain prlceH. Write
WAREHOUSE FOREMAN WANTED
who u lit Invest STJOCK) In IiiimIiu'Hh. Would vim
mow tn Lincoln? AdilresH LOCK BOX Clt,
LINCOLN, NEB. ltelYruuceH furnished ou
rehterH for tile-
jihcnrH. ProtectH forever. Tin- bebt.
W. C. 8HINN, - i- Lincoln, Nebraska
We have a complete
line of frcih Amp
tours Photo Sup
plies. Our Amateur lMnishinir Depart
ment is in the hands of experts and equipped
for prompt service. Kodak catalogue mailed
on request. Lincoln Photo Supply Co.
1217 0 St., Lincoln, Neb. '
Beatrice Creamery Co.
i rajb the lilcbcstuPrico for
We carry n targe Htook
of Hue Ilnlnlied uionu
inentH to helect from.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Write for booklet.
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239-41 North 11th Street,
HERBERT E. GOOCH CO.
BROKERS AND DEALERS
Qraln, Proviilont, 8tock, Cotton
Main Office, 204-205 Fraternity Blda.
llell I'lioiii- BIS Auto Phone WiO
LarpeHt House m State
Made psircln1ly for
the Wehlern elimato
out of tho ery bet-t
rtenwly eoatul with
Trluldiul I.ako Am
nlinlt. Mieclallv refined and treated for
the tiuriioHe. Will not curl and rot llko
t lie enenii fc'raues. ahjuuu can luy It
on iiiv riMii.
We Guarantee- tho Lite of (his Roofing.
If yonr dr aler doen not handle
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F.V. BROWN LUMBER CO.
T -T T - - - -
BTkRI'"l" Voor Othor Overalls
UUN I VVhon You Can' Buy
JUST AS CHEAP
SOLD BY LEADING DEALERS EVERYWHERE
Made with tbq Greatest ?aro
Made of Best Materialsj
Made in Omalip by
Byrne & Hammer Dry Goods Go.
PROFITABLE TRUCK FARMING
IN ATLANTIC COAST STATES
Besides the Staple Mnrkot-Gurden Crops.,Grown, Thtjre Aro
Many Others Which Aro Peculiar toCertulrt.
Localities and Climate. j
One Day's Harvest.
Tho, development nnd, extension of
truck forming In the Atlantic const
states has been coincident with the
development pi -transportation facili
ties throughout that ncctlon. The
phenomenal growth of the grat con
Htimiug centers of the country lias
Btlmulnted a corresponding growth
and extension of the food-producing
territory, especially of that capable
of producing tferfslihble'jtnick, crops.
' Transportation -facilities, together
with cheap labor and cheap lnnds nt
tho Bouli', have iwjdo. ,11 possible to
produce produ6ts out of senfeon at the
north in competition- with, greenhouse
The first development of truck farm
ing, tig we iiow recognize It, a& dls
tinguisiied from market gardening,
took place about Norfolk, Vu and
Charleston, S, C. Both of tljese places
were provided with steamship connec
tions to northern ports before rapid
railway transportation became1 a fea
ture in the moving of perishable
products and as a result of these ad
vuntnnges for reaching the markets
these two ports became important
truck-producing centers for supplying
the northern trade.
Besides these advantages, the pecu
liar geographic formation of the t'l
tory Immediately surrounding Norfolk
gives it a winter climate characteristic
of sections many miles southward.
The fact that tho coust line of the
United States at this particular point
Is very broken, together with the prox
imity of the Gulf stream, gives this
area a winter climate which enables
It to produce some of the standard
f ' f
Wagon with Cabbage
garden crops without protection and
many of the more tender crops With
only slight protection during the win
ter months. The islands off the coast
of South Carolina, in the vicinity of
Charleston, aro so protected by the
worm currents and by the atmosphere
of the sea that orange trees nre grown
successfully In the open, nnd in some
favorablo BeasonB are known to pro
duce fruit. It Is therefore possible to
grow the hardier truck crops In the
open and tho more tender ones with
very Blight protection during tho win
ter. The advantages of tho Norfolk re
gion for truck work appealed to a
Jerseyman by tho nnmo of Hugh
Bates, who went to this section about
1840. Naturally ho followed the prac
tices, of his home people of New Jer
sey in tho new territory, and, while
ho found some of his precautions un
necessary, his work on tho whole was
Buccesbful. He was followed later by
other growers from tho same terri
tory. It wob not until 30 years later that
tho first all-rail shipments of truck
were mado from this territory. Hull
wayB begnn carrying the products
from Norfolk to northern markets in
1885, and from Charleston in 18S8.
Tho methodB employed to adnpt
cabbugo to the requirements of the
market and to the different areaB In
tho trucking region' rue distinct and
'each forniB n chapter 1n tho 'cultural
hlBtory of this Important truck crop.
For instance, nt the- south cabbage Is
a winter crop, seeds being sown lur
ing Soptembor and Qctober, the plants
transplanted to the field at the begin
ning of winter, and kept In a slowly
growing condition throughout the
colder portion of thd year, to be
forced rapidly by tho addition of stim
ulating fertilisers early In the spring
to BOpply tho demands of tho market
as tho warm -wqaUior comes on. This
j product Ib naturally very soft and
Imuet be consumed1 with little delay;
and, since it Is growri, on a very ex
tensive scale (see Fig. J), it must be
so distributed ns to meat only the im
mediate denuuidB of nie market to
which' it Is sent. '
At the north the crop Is of h very
different character, both in variety
utid fin the metliod of its cultivation.
The; great bulkf of the northern-grown
cabbage may i be considered as a
truck-crop fentnre of the general farm
ing In sectionswhere the Industry has
gained a foothold. The cabbage crop
takes a regular place In the farm ro
tation in those communities where the
Industry has b'come a permanent
feature. In some sections It forms the
chief money crop of the fnll season,
ocupyjng a position similar to that
held by potnoes In other sections.
This great crop Is measured by
thousands of acres and millions of
tons. At harvest time, In October and
November, It is shipped to tho great
consuming centers in bulk in carload
lots. It Is stored by thousands of
tons In specially constructed ware
houses, to bo sent out as the demands
if the market will justify during the
winter season. It Is also manufactured
Into sauerkraut, which finds Its way
to the great cities us rapidly as there
is a demand for it. A sauerkraut fac
tory with wagons filled with cabbages
1b shown In Fig. 2.
Besides the stnplo market-garden
crops of the north which aro now ex
tensively grown us truck crops
throughout the South Atlnntic coast
region, there are crops which aro
more or less peculiar to ceitain lo
calities. As illustrations, the water
, ' f
at Sduerkraujt Factory.
melons of Georgia, ,the kale of Norfolk
and the svveot irotatoes of eastern
Maryland and pt New Jersey stand
out preeminently. The northern
areas of the trucking region also are
characterized by particular crops
adapted to comparatively restricted
Leaking Drains. Faulty Junctions
of drain laterals with mains are tho
cause of Impeding tho flow of water In
the main, and of lodging silt and final
ly blocking the drain, suys the En
gineer Mngazlne. It is sometimes best,
when the lateral has plenty of full, to
make tho junction two Inches above
tho head of the main. In any event,
the junction should not be right
angled, but preferably at nn nnglo of
no degrees. The silt basin Is a valu
able devico in draining; its use and
Importance cannot bo too well under
stood. It may bo used at the junc
tion of two or more drains In a line
of drain, where it is necessary to
change the grade Jrom a steeper to a
lesa steep one. Tho purpose of tho
silt basin Is to collect silt or mud In
a part of the basin below the line of
tile, and thus prevent tho slit from
lodging in tho drain nnd finally block
ing tho flow. In form tho basin Is a,
small well, 12 to 24 inches In dlamo
ter, extonding from 12 Inches below
tho lino of tile to tho ground surfnee,
'where ltils provided with n movable
coverto allow occasional cleaning. It
may bo constructed of brick, etono or
) Liquid Manure. If it bo true, aB tho
(experiment stations seem to prove,
that tho liquid excrement of live stock
contains, more than CO per cent, of all
the fertilizing properties of the foods
fed, 'it would seem to bo especially
Important, that n campaign bo begun
to 'nduco stockmen to save rind ueo
,lh'8e llqillds. New England would ho
much more prosperous if this wero
FOR THE LUNCHEON TABLE,
Hazelnut Wafers a Delicacy That Hos
tcss May Be Sure Will B
These are quite a change from or
dinary cakes, and are Invariably appre
ciated. Required: Half a pound of
Hour, four ounces of brown sugar, two
ounces of butter, twd ounces of shelled
and finely-chopped hazelnuts, four ta
blespoonftilR of milk, a fow drops of
lemon Juice and vanilla.
Cream the butter and sugar with n
wooden spoon until soft and white.
Add the Hour very lightly, then stir
In the milk very slowly and smoothly.
Shtiko in the nuts, and add lemon
Juice and vanilla to taste Hub a tint
baking tin oer very lightly with salad
oil or butter. Spread some of the ink
tnre very thinly on It. and mark It out
Into squares with a knife.
Bake In a moderate!) hot oven for
about sK minutes, or until set. Hub
the handle of u wooden spoon over
with a very little oil, cut out the wa
fers lift them up. and press them
round the spoon-hnndle, so us to crul
Draw each one gently off ns It Is
molded. This piocess needs to be
quickly (lone, or the mixture hordens.
The best plan Ih to do It near the lire
or by the oven door.
These wafers will keep for a long
time If placed In an air-tight can. The
nuts can be bought ready Hhelled and
dried from any grocery.
Rocjulred: Three pounds, of rump
steak, one ounce and a half of butter,
one pint of stock, three large Spanish
onions, four cloves,' two tiiblespoon
fulB of Worcester sauce, cayenne and
salt to taste, half an ounce of Hour
First fry tho steak in butter till
nicely browned, Jhen put it In a bak
ing pan, with the fat in which It
was fried. Have ready the parboiled
Insldos of two or three large Spanish
onions, put it In a baking pan, with
the fat in which It was fried. Have
ready the parboiled insldcs of two or
three Inrge Spanifih onions, put these
with the steak, cloves, one pint of
stock, tho Worcester sauce (or ket
chup), cayenne and salt to taste.
Cover the pan and bake slowly for
two hours. Slice the outer parts of
tho onions and fry them u golden
brown, dish the stew, and thicken the
gravy, colored to a nice brown, and
strain over. Garnish with fried onions
Fixing Old Chairs.
If you have old rush bottom or cane
seated cliaiis and do not want to go
to the expense of having them re
calned, try making a seat for them at
Cut nwny corefully the caning and
nail strips or girthing tightly across
the opening. Cover with a piece of
fine fibre matting or burlap, just the
shape of the seat, but a half-Inch larg
er. Turn In the edges nil around and
nnil to tho chair with brass-headed
tacks for studding.
If the woodwork has grown shabby,
buy a preparation that quickly re
moves and softens the varnish and
scrape with pieces of gloss. Tho chair
can then be done up with any desired
Required: Six tablespoonfuls of
flour, three eggs, a tablespodnful of
minced scalded onion, a tnblespoonful
chopped parsley,, half n tablespoon
ful of pepper, lnrd for frying.
Put the flour Into a basin with a
small teaspoonful of salt. Make this
into n batter of proper consistency
with three eggs beaten up In a Httlo
milk till smooth. Then stir In a ta
blespoonful of minced onion, parsley
and a liberal seasoning of pepper.
.Let tho batter stand for two hours,
and fry a smnll coffee-cupful nt a
time In a little boiling lard. Roll up
each pancake ns soon as finished,
dust with salt and corallno pepper,
and serve hot.
Inexpensive as ordinary cheesecloth
is, it makes excellent summer bed
comforts If lined with split cotton nnd
tied with baby ribbon. True, these com
forts will not wash without color fad
ing, but they nre so very Inexpensive
that one could afford new ones when
old ones wero too badly soiled for use.
1'alo blue cloth, knotted with pink,
yellow or blue, is very pretty; Inven
dor knotted with white is equally at
tractive and white knotted with green
is cool looking.
Lino n pie dish with good short
crust paste; lino also the edges of the
dish, and brubh over with egg. Heat
up two eggs, add half a pint of warm
milk, two ounces brown sugar, tho
grated rind of one lemon, nnd one
fourth pound of currnntB. Bake till
Bet, and servo cither hot or cold.
To each quart of wheat flour add
one-half cup of grnhnm (lour. This
makes delightful biscuits nnd aro
much more henlthful. ns the graham
flour docs not lie heavily on the
stomach as the white flour does. .More
graham may be added if desired.
After iKilling a piece of ham the
short shank end Is generally stringy
nnd often wnsted. If this 1b passed
twice through a meat chopper and
then mixed with a little Bweot crenm,
It niakeH ham which Is excellent for
Caps for Rockers.
Little caps mode of heavy cloth and
fitted over tho oiuls of roekors save
much scratching on busobonrds and
other furniture from having rocking
chulrs putjhed uctiinst them.
Find Help in LydiaE. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Winchester, Intl. "Four doctors
told mo that they could never mnka.
mo roKumr, una
that 1 would event
ually liavo dropsy.
1 would liloat, ami
nnd chills, nnd 1
could not sleep
nights. vly mother
liumforadvico.tuid I begun to tako
lh v t - -v
iiounil. After tukiiiK ono and oiio
lialf bottles of tho Compound, 1 am all
right again, and I recommend It to
every Buttering womnn." Mus. May
Deal, Winchester, Ind.
Hundreds of uucli Icttora iromgina
nnd mothers expressing their gratitudo
fnr whnt. T.villit K. Pinkli.lin'B VCCO-
tablo Compound lias accomplished! or
them havo been received by Tho liydlii
E. PinkliamMedicino Company, Lynn,
" -vi a i.i-.i nt. i-.r..i
IfH C ttaflQ
nun ?? jifiy
Immediate notion' to ward off tho serf- ' TUC MOUTH ner ""
ous consequences and bo restored to " nt"? ', whduinfecti the mouth
liealth by Lydla E. l'inkliam'B Vego- "! 'hro Pu!lfi" 'e '"& H MU the germ.
tablfl Compound. Thousands baVO been "hjch collect in the mouth, causing sore throat,
restored to health by its USO. ' "d ,eelnba eoth, grippe, and much sickness.
If you would lllco special ntlvlco ' TUC FYF5 w'"n in",mtd ,!rcd- 'c'18
nllOUt your CUSO Wl'Ito a COnlhlen I ' "6 b I bd and burn, may be instantly
tlal letter to IUrn. I'liikhain, nt
Lynn, Muss. II or udvico Ih irco,
nnd nhvuys helpful.
".MlBtako you? My
know you too well!"
dear boy, I '
SKIN ROUGH AS BARK.
Baby Boy Had Interne Itching Humor
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
Fcund a Cure in Cutlcura.
"Our son, two years old, was nfTllcted
with a rash. After ho Buffered with
the trouhlo ficveral weokB I took him
to the doctor hut It got worse. Tho
ratk ran together and mado largo
blisters. Tho Httlo fellow didn't want
to do anything hut scratch and wo had
to wrap his hands up to keep him
from tearing tho flesh open till tho
blood would run. Tho Itching was In
tense Tho skin on bis back hecamo
hard nnd rough llko tho bark of a
tree. Ho Buffered Intensely for about
three months. Hut I found a remedy
In Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Oint
ment. Tho result was almost mag-,
leal. Thnt was moro than two years
ago and thero has not been tho Blight;
est Bymptom of It slnco ho wob cured.
J. W. Lauck, Yukon, Okla., Aug. 28
and Sept. 17, 1908."
Totter Dreg & Chcni. Corp., Bolo I'rnpi., Boston.
Ho who Is false to duty breaks ia
thread In tho loom, and will find tho
flaw when ho may have forgotten tho
cause. II. W. Heecher, ,
Mr. Wlnalow'H Soothing fibril p.
For ctilMrcn tectliloe. nottins ttio hiitti, reduce In
attmmatluu, alluji patr.curci wind colic, iu. Iwttlo-
She Is a wise young Svlfc who tries
her first cake) 1 a trump.
T.-wiB Single Hie 'rr i:ivpntlie wnokt-r what
liu want 8, a well, uitllow-tiii-tiiit; cigar.
her husband fits.
CIrsnirf nd tttutilUi tha tub.
l'romotti lujumnt po1h.
Navar Fall, to Iloator. Qny
Hair to II. Youthful Color.
Cum iralp diirau-a $t hair lalkLX.
you mistake me for a
at.aKe into Your snoes
Allen's FoolaEase. a powder for tha feci. It relieve" painful, swol
len, smarting, nervous fuet, and instantly takes the btnj out of corns
and bunions, It's tin greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Pootrlt.iso I takes tiht-fitting or new sdioes feel easy.1 It is a
certain reliel for ingrowing nails, perspiring, callous and hot, tired,
aching feet. It is al nays in demand for use n Patent Leather Shoes
and for Breaking in New Shoes, Wo have over 30,000 testimonials.
THY IT TODAY. Sold by all DrugRists, 25c. Do not accept
any Substitute. Sent I y mail for .25c. in stamps.
FREE TP.IAL PACKAGE sent by mail... Address
ALLEN S. OLMSTEO; Lli ROY, N, Y. '
ln a iilncb,
45 to 50 Bu. of Wheat Per Aero
Jiavc been jjtowrvoii fartji lands in
Much lef! would bo
natidactoiy. The gen
eral avetapc it nbora
"Allnre loud In their
pfolnen of tlie great
crop nnil thut won
detful country." htm
lr.ict from totrtsrwnJtMt National EJilorltt
Assort Alton of August, 1901, -
It is now poiiiblr toMccwc n liomeilead of MX)1
acres free and another 160 acrei at $3.00 per acre,,
I lundredt have paid the cott ol tlieu, (armi (if
purchased) and then had a balance o( Ifom $ 10 00
to $ 1 2.00 -r acre from one crop. Wheat, bailey,
oalf.flax all do well. Mixed luiming it a peat
iucccvi and dairyinu u highly pmfilahle. Excel,
lent climate, rplendid nchooli and ehurrhei, rail
wayt bring niott every dittrict within cany reach
o( maikel. Railway nnd hind companies havo
lands for sate at low prices nnd on easy terms.
"l-nst tlest West"rnnipl)let nnd mnp sent
Iree. l'"or thene mid Infnriuulloii nn to Iiow
to nrcure luwent rullwuy mtrn, upply to
Superintendent of ItttmlKrntlon, Ottnwn,
Cniuidn, or the nuthorlied Cunudluri Govern
W. V. nENNETT,
001 New York Lite Outtdioc. Omihi. N.kruliJ
NOTHING LIKE IT FOR
TMF TPFTH Pax,'ne cels arty dentifric
nt I tw I (1 ;n cleansing, whitening and
in cleansuiff. wlwnins
relieved and strengthened by Paxtine.
CATARRH i'axline will destroy the gertM
UH I fUlflll that cause catarrh, , heal the in-
I Oarnmation and slop the discharge. It is a euro
iicmcuy iui uicrmc caiarrn,
Paxtine is a harmless yet powerful
permicide.diiinfeflant nnd deodorizer.
Used in Lathing it destroys odors and
leaves the body ontiseptically clean.
Ton SALC AT DRUG QTOnE8,0Oc.
OR POSTPAID OY MAIL.
LARGE SAMPLE FREE!
THE PAXTON TOILET CO.. DOSTON. MA88.
SICK HEADACHE '
! . ?
Positively cured by v
those Little Pills. !
Tliey nlso rellexo. Dirt-
: row from. DyKpejisln, I 'j
dlKi'Ht ion mill Too lleurty ;'
Utitlni;. A iiuriecl ri-m
-ily for DliliH-HH, Nriu
h r 1 1.1.9.
cn, J)riihlnrKH, llnu A
rU Toiikiu-, Piilii In tlio
Hl.t... TOHl'II) T.IVHIL.
I Tlicy regulntc lliu UowcIh. Purely Veuctuble.
, SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Nearly Every One Gets It
The bowels show first sign
of things going wrong. A
Cascarcl taken every night
'as needed keeps the bowels
working naturally without
grip, gripe, and that upset
sick keeling. ,
t I goo
Ten cent box, week's treatment.
All druK atpren. Hleecst seller in
tbo world million bote. .'month.
73 J " of this paper de-
J&CtePS ""M to buy
. . . anything ftdver-
tid in its columns should insiit upon
having what they c.lc for, refusing all
subflitutes or imitations.
DAISY FLY KILLER f-v
racia auii kill
III IK. Nml.
d il 1 1 nr tin
nvi-r, will not Mill
Always Ready Always Sharp
NO STROPPING NO HONING
LAM) IHItlCATKIl- I.ANH. 1'oriH'tual
., wiitiT rldlil. II nn miter; .rixlucllvo toll: crop
Iiillurp iinknnwn; M bu, wheat perucrt". 3H Ui&ton.
iilfnlfai Iiealtliriitrlliuates tren tlmlier: eubTtcrmsi
TrrlUltlUW. LIVtiOOII LiM) SO., liata brjat, Wjoailaf.
esTulo! Thompson's Eye Wafer
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 24-1909.
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