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Cured by Lvdia E. Pinknam's!
r -li n I
Morton's Gap. Kentnrfrcr. "T mf.
fered two years with female disorders.
-.. my neaita was very
oaa ana i naa a
continual backache '
which was simply
awf uL I could not
stand on my feet
Ions enough, to cook
a meal's victuals I
without ray back J
nearly killinc me.
and I would have
such dragging sen- '
sations I could i
iad soreness in each side, could not
stand tight clothing, and was irregular. (
I was completely run down. On ad
vice I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Pills and '
am enjoying good health. It is now
more than two years and I have not
had an ache or pain since I do all my ,
own work, washing and everything,
end never have the backache any more. ,
I think your medicine is cranu and I i
praise it to all my neighbors. If you
think my testimony will help others
you may publish ft." Mrs. Ollie
Woodall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky.
Backache is a symptom of organic
-reaknes3 or derangement. If you
have backache don't neglect it. To
pet permanent relielf vou must reach
the root of the trouble. Nothing wa
know of will do this so surely as Lydia
E. Pinkham's Compound.
"Write to 3Irs.
Jyiin, JUas-., for special advice.
Your letter will be absolutely
confidential, and the advice free.
Classifying Member cf inferior Sex.
Stella Is her husband a stick?
Bella Xo. a buttonhook.
"What does the veterinary
next door advise for your
"He forbids my playing the piano
An Anomascus Parent.
"What is reciprocity?"
"Reciprocity, Wiltred "
But pause. Father never told. He
Flipped over no epigram. He knew
net what was reciprocity. Xo. He
was totally different from the average
father figuring in this sort of short
squib. He just told Wilfred to run
along and play, and resumed his read
ing of the evening paper
refreshing personality not
Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow, the eastern
golf champion, was talking at the
Cape May Golf club about the benefits
of sea air "To look at the cottagers
and natives of Cape May," she said,
"speaks of these benefits more elo
quently than I could do. How pale
and wan seem city people beside these
brown, supple, vigorous men and
women! An excursionist from the
city said to a fisherman on the beach
the other morning:
" Do you have many wrecks here?"
"The nsherman looked contemptu
ously at the city man. who was in
bathing dress. He looked contempt-
uously at Lis hollow chest and white.
thin legs and arms, and then he re
plied: -You're the fust I've saw this
AS A RULE.
"WrrT ic an inpnmp thy nn'"
"A wne. my son."
AT THE PARSONAGE.
Coffee Runs Rict Nc Longer.
"Wife and I had a serious time of it
while we were coffee drinkers.
"She had gastritis, headaches, belch
ing and would have periods of sick
ness, while I secured a daily headache
that became chronic.
"We naturally sought relief by drugs
without avail, for it is now plain i
enough that no drug will cure the dis- '
eases another drug (coffee) sets up,
particularly, so long as the drug j
which causes the trouble is continued.
"Finally we thought we would tr
leaving off coffee and using Postum. I
noticed that my headaches disappeared
like magic, and my old trembly nerv- !
ousness left. One day wife said, 'Do
you know my gastritis has gone?
'One can hardly realize what Post- i
um has done for us.
"Then we began to talk to others.
Wife's father and mother were both
coffee drinkers and sufferers. Their
headaches left entirely a short time
cfter they changed from coffee
"I began to .enquire among my par
ishioners and found to my astonish-
ment teat numbers or tnem use Fost- .
um In place of coffee. Many of the !
ministers wno have visited our par
sonage have become enthusiastic cham
pions of Postum." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wellville, in pkgs. "There's a reason."
Erer read the above letter? A new
ear appears from tlaae to tlaae. They
are renaiae, true, aa4 fall of amiaaa
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USEFUL INSECTICIDE APPLIER
Apparatus Arranged to Make Appli
cation Automatic as Chicken
Helps Itself to Water.
One of the most ingenious of the
many sanitary appliances for use on
poultry farms is the insecticide ap-
, plying device shown in the illustra
tion. It was designed by an Ohio
man. On a large farm it Is practical
, ly impossible to apply Insect-iestroy
' in, preparations for every fowl. The
I apparatus here makes this aplica
I tien automatically as the chicken
drinks. A central support is placed
in the water pan and two tubes are
suspended from the sides. A strip
of flexible percolating material hangs
down from each tube to a point close
to the water. The tube is filled with
liquid insecticide, which keeps this
strip continually saturated. When a
chicken wants a drink it has to push
its head under the flap and both in
this motion and by the action of
withdrawing its head, the feathers on
head and neck become soaked with
the solution. As every fowl has to
J drink, none is missed in this treat
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Fowls Should Be Confined for About
Ten Days and Given About One
Quarter of Usual Ration.
To bring about early moultinc. con
fine the fowls in their various quar-
ters about August 1, and for ten days
j only allow them one-fourth of their
usual rations. During this time they
' lose flesh and stop laying.
Then liberate and feed them all thp
corn, oats, peas, sunflower seed and
wheat they will eat. This causes a
, rapid moult and the new feathers
start at once. The hens soon recover
from the process and begin to lay reg
ularly about October 1.
, The ration for laying hens should
not be too heavy, but should be varied
at frequent intervals. With your grain
ration animal food such as ground
flesh meat and bones, is essential.
Some green food too must be given.
i Experiments at the Xew York station I
showed that the product of eggs from
hens fed on corn meal was from 2S to
57 per cent, greater than from hens I
i kept on a more nitrogenous ration.
Vegetables in the Ration.
Vegetables should form a good por
tion of the diet for poultry the year
iround is the opinion of Com
mercial Poultry. They promote health,
increase the egg yield and are an
Celery tops, cabbage leaves and
uch other refuse vegetables as are
I available in the winter help. A good
, ration for laying hens is composed of
'wheat, buckwheat, oats and corn. the
? . y
Shelter From Sun Necessary. ; xae average ensilage ration is xor-
Chickens require shelter from the J ty Punds Per cow daily. This is
sun as well as from the rain. Low I ?even and three-fifths tons per year
shelters for the babies, and shelters ' n acre yriU fiften tons of
nigh enough to cover substantial J siase
roosts for the older chicks should be '
put in every field or runway where ', M1Ik SiB Is a habit that responds
thf-rc ?. nr. si-Hp rC chi.io i"c imnn. , to encouragement or neglect. It is a
, tant for ducks, geese and turkeys as i
for chicks it is economy in the long
J run to plan for iL
j Wandering Hen Is Harmful.
j Don't turn the chickens upen the
' strawberry bed to get what they can i
1 of green tood, exercise and larvae. It
is much cheaper to buy them proper
; food than to let them damage the
! strawberry plants.
Trouble Probably Head Lice.
1 When the little chicks begin to ap
i pear drowsy and refuse to eat. look
I out for head lice Kerosene and sweet
' oh in equal parts, applied daily two
it three times, will kill large lice.
Let the chicks have plenty of free
The young chicks should be kept
The first requisite in fattening fowls
is a good coop.
To make chicks grow first give
plenty of gocd fresh air; don't allow
them to crowd.
of water fresh
clean for your poultry, and fight
Much loss is suffered by poulterers
from a failure to properly fatten their
stock for market.
Fowls, to fatten well, should be con-
I ; -" I
ucu u u tuau space in peneci car-
" - u -epi periecuy quiet.
Fine gravel is not the proper grit for ,
poultry, i ney want a sharp material I
with which to grind their feed
Charcoal pounded fine and kept In
the drinking pans will keep the young
and old birds in good condition.
To keep a hen in geed health she
needs nearly seven times more fresh
air in proportion to her sire than does
' 'it V C2 '
V .' 1 i
orchards should be culti-
Peas pet back tthe fertility that the
corn takes out.
Keep the land constantly at work
growing some crop.
Head lice are the great drawback
sf chicks raised under hens.
Lima beans will require more ma
nure than other beans or peas.
The tractor is going to be the new
est and biggest help to the farmer.
The manure for peas, beets and
anions should be fine, rich and well
The hens need lime and the best
way to furnish it Is to feed crushed
A uniform quality of dairy products
whether it be milk, cream or butter,
is always best.
Melons of all kinds require an
abundance of moisture and a clean,
deep mellow soil.
during .harvest is
of the teams
Good poultry can be reared and
made to produce in close quarters of
city and suburban lots.
Manure as well as fertilizers should
he thoroughly mixed in the soil be
rore drilling in the seed.
Do you ever give your horse a cool
b:ith ,n summer? You know how
ooa it xeeis wnen you oaine.
Hungarian grass seed sown in rich,
mellow soil will mature and be fit to
cut 60 days from germination of seed.
Seme people claim that a hog is a
scavenger by nature, but he certainly
thrives better on clean feed and de-
Prepotency does not come by
chance, but through years of proper
breeding for certain characteristics
and specific functions.
Many farmers do not have a supply
Df cabbage for winter because they
neglect starting plants in midsum-
mcr for the
Every inclosure for the hogs should
be perfectly tight, and with excellent
wire fences that are now manufac
tured this is an easy matter.
The silo Is almost indispensable to
the really up-to-date dairy, but silage
is the best form in which to feed
:xrn to sheep or to beef cattle.
A ewe that Is troubled with caked
udder would better be fattened and
sold to the butcher. If she has it once
it may be worse the second time.
faction which may develop or
2iminisn y ue treatment accorded
When acorns are fed pigs their flesh
,s aPl to become very soft and oily.
Dut this difficulty may be overcome by
Jeeding corn for
three weeks before
The water dishes should be l.ed
early in the morning. Fowls drink as
, goon as they leave their roosts and
I water that has stood over night is
I never wholesome.
The Indian Runner ducks are not
, very good sitters, altho'ugh they are
often inclined to incubate. Their eggs
ire generally put into incubators or
' under hens for hatching.
There Is no better feed for young
pigs than fresh skimmed milk. It is
also a good supplementary feed for
' Krsni envc 4 tvi r,. .. ....l j
uiuvu o. ouu, u jaui, a guuu ieeu
for hops of all kinds and ages.
Spring pigs can get along very well
without shelter except from rain un
til fall, then If you are so shiftless
as to fail to provide shelter they are
better able to stand cold and rain.
When the sow is given a warm, rich
slop, or other milk-producing feeds
just after her pigs are born, a strong
milk flow is forced. The new-born
pigs get too much and have diarrhoea
which often kills them.
Observations show that the most
economical milk cow Is the one which
is naturally spare and thin-fleshed.
The more blocky type takes more
feed to produce a pound of butter-faL
l nAT-A c nffAn 41.A j9m.v.. aV 1
--- untu iiic utuict: mat me
inexperienced man will feed tnn Hh
erally. Remember there is a chance
of being in"dicious either through
too free a iisp nf tfc fcA - ...
Keep up with your work in saving
and applying the manure from your
animals. The amount and kinds" of
feed that will be available for them
next year will depend largely upon
the manure applied to the farm.
Oats make the best grain rarJct
for horses in summer.
Cows differ somewhat in the amount
of roughage they will take.
In the care of chickens women,
prove their superiority over men.
Don't try to feed ten hoga
trough only big enough for six.
In preparing birds for the show
room women are more handy than
Watch out for worms in the hock,
they will cause lots of trouble and
Feeding sour or sloppy food Is one
way of inviting bowel trouble in the
Opinions vary somewhat as yet ar
to the comparative feeding value of
pea vine silage.
The farmer who keeps better pou!
try, or the best, is en the right roac"
to a paying business.
Asparagus shoots should not be cu
too late, as late cutting will injure ta
vitality of the roots.
The proper way to apply manure is
to remove it from the stable directly
to the field and spread it.
Impatience with the heifer that is
freshening for the first time is one
sure way of spoiling the cow.
Do not attempt to raise fall pigs
without having first prepared a per
fect system of housing for the winter
Tomatoes should be given the last
working with cultivator and thes
bedded just before the vines fall over
If dusty hay is fed. sprinkle witr,
water and it will save the horse much
annoyance; but better not feed it a
The greatest forr.ge crop In the
world Is corn, and the silo is the most
economical device for use in dish
ing it up.
Free range for hogs does not mean
that they should be allowed to run in
the highways and through the neigh
America can produce as good mutton
as England. We have the climate, the'
sheep and the feed. All we lack is
Stall manure applied to the ground
fresh is much better than manure
that has been weathered by standing
in the barnyard.
All vegetables which require warm
soil, as okra, beans, toirctoes and
egg plant, should have warm manure
and never muck.
. , , . ,
Farmers everywhere are looKingfor
some economical way of maintaining
the soil fertility or improving iL
Dairying is the answer.
Fence corners full of dead weeds
kinds of bugs -hich will get busy with
your crop next spring.
Th alfalfa fnrmpr is net enttinc as
heavy a crop this year as ordinarily slrt-. . . .
but he is just as many laps ahead of ; DunS a brief respite while Nebu
the all-grain farmer as ever. I chadnezzar left Jerusalem free while
he fought the Egyptians Jeremiah
The man who is sincerelv interested I went forth out of Jerusalem to go Into
In his dairv work is nrettv sure to e land Benjamin. His home was
ho a nrn:Tiprn!i: dalrvman and in his i
case the dairy business booms.
Stall manure, mixed with ground '
phosphate and applied on the ground-1
fresh, is vastlv better as a fertilizer
than manure in any other form. I
TV- TnHKt fle-ht tht- onrmachmpnt o! i
0 . (
tne gutters on our musiae i arras as;
we fight weeds. Both can be held in
check and often entirely eliminated.
The cream from the milkings must
not be kept so long that it will de
velop a sharp acid, for that would
impart an unpleasant flavor to the but-
Avoid frightening hens, especially
on very warm days. Any excessive ex
ercise is apt to cause apoplexy, or a
best will prevent a normal production
You would think the manufacturer
a fool who would feed cotton into his
mill and expect silk goods to be woven
from it, and yet the hen is simply a '
Try the plan of flushing the ewes
from now until breeding season, then 1
follow with good pasture, and you will :
see from results that the plan makes
most profits. ,
We need to have a clear Idea of j
what breeding does, of wnat feedfr.sr
does, of what care and environment !
do. if we secure and
profitable dairy herd.
In order that a good horse may re
sult the colt should not only be given
a good start in life, but should be
kept In healthful and thrifty condition
through the growing stage.
Cabbage will continue to grow late
in the fall if the ground is clean and
the surface fine and loose. The same
is true of celery, beets, carrots and
some other hardy vegetables.
Lines of breeding which a century
has developed and stamped with ap
proval ought to prove safer than
the theories of a single mind, made
tangible in a few heterogeneous
The ideal place to store milk and
cream is in a little tank between the
pump and the stock tank. All the
water that goes to the cattle must
flow through here and naturally the
milk is kept cool.
Before you buy foundation stock
make a close study of the breeds and
their adaptability and buy the kind
that are adapted to your needs. Do
not buy anything that is a sheep, sim
ply because it is a sheep.
Safe? ScReel Uum fr As 2t, 1911
Specially Arranged for This Paper
LESSOX TEXT.-Jeremlah 37.
MEMORY VERSE. 15.
GOLDEN TEXT.-"B!essed are ye.
when men shall revile you. and persecute
you. and say all manner of evil against
you falsely, for my sake." Matt. 5:11.
TIME of this lesson was B. C. 5SS-5S6.
IS years after our last lesson durinp the
last siege of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnez
zar, from the 9th to the 11th year of Zetle
PLACE. Jerusalem, surrounded by the
beslegirp armies cf the Chaldeans, and
surrerins from famine and pestilence (Jer.
Jeremiah had prophesied nearly 40 years
(since C3) and wa a prematurely old
Zedekiah was the last kin? of Judah.
reigning 11 years.
Nebuchadnezzar. ISth and 19th vear of
Jehoiakim reigned six years after
he had burned the roll of Jeremiah's
prophecies, which, like the Tabled
phoenix rose anew and fresh from
the ashes. He was slain in 597.
The first blow of the threatened
doom or Judah had fallen during the
fourth year ofhis reign, the first toll
ing of the bell of judgment which
should have summoned the very dead
in ein to awake. But they gave no
Jehoiachin, his son. ascended the
throne, a bad. weak boy. utterly unlit
to cope with the situation. His reign
lasted only three months. Upon Je
hoiachin descended the full force of
the divine vengeance incurred by
previous generations. He was scarcely
on the throne when the Chaldean
forces, which had been ravaging Ju
dea, were joined by Xebuchadnezzar
himself, and closed around Jerusa
lem, and Jehoiachin surrendered at
discretion. The arm of Babylon raised
to strike bis father fell on him. and
fulfilled the prophecy against Jehoia
kim. "He shall have none to sit upon
the throne of David." Jehoiachin was
kept a prisoner in Babylon for 37
years and was then released. Ezekiel
was carried away with him. and the
great-grandfather of Mordecai, Queen
This was the second blow of divine
judgment, the beginning of the second
captivity, when 10,000 people were car
ried oaptive to Eabylon. Among them
were the king's wives and officers,
and 7.000 that were strong and apt
for war. and 1.000 craftsmen: and a
large part of the 5.4C0 vessels of gold
and silver from the Temple and pal
aces. The policy of Xebuchadnezzar
.-as to remove out of the way all those
yho might be able to organize a re
volt when he and his army had de
parted. Such men it would .have been
dangerous to leave behind. It would
seem as if all this would have been
sufficient to prevail on the people to
repent and be saved.
Zedekiah. the brother of Jeholakin,
) was placed upon the throne by Xebu-
.,, ,. ... 1
t..ui.uc.ci4 , u su4uu niii if;
desperate band of men. During the
first nine years of bis reign the na
tion, instead of embracing the oppor
tunity of repentance, plunged more
Hponlv Infn fnllv Tho Arotrc nf lha
ople. left behind in Jerusalem. laid
. this flattering unction to their souls:
"We have been spared by Jehovah,
therefore we are righteous in his
at Anathoth in Benjamin, three or
! four miles north of the city. It was i
apparently to secure his share of the
titDes and Produce of the Levitical
P''cLe of tne village, due to him as one
of ltB Priests. Knowing that the Chal-
deans wou!d return, it was imperative
that he should obtain the means of
subsistence to take back into the city.
so soon to be beleagured afresh. Oth
ers think it was to secure himself in
the possession of an inheritance.
There was a natural rush to get out
of the city after so long a confine
ment. Jeremiah went with the others.
Whpn .IrTrinh v.tc In fho !nfo nf
Benjamin, the north gate of the city. I
that by which any one would go to
the country of Benjamin which ad- I
joined Jerusalem, a guard said: "Thoy
fallest away to the Chaldeans: you
are trying to desert to the enemy."
His well known prophecies of the de
struction of the city, and advice that
I the people should yield the city to the
i-1 1-1 1 . !?
uaiueau:. guve cutur iu iujs accusa
tion. Then said Jeremiah: "False! A lie!
I fall not a way to the Chaldeans." I
He was arrested by the guard, and
brought to the princes, the officials of
the government, who were wroth with
Jeremiah. He had compared them tc
rotten figs. He was the strongest and
most resolute opponent of their war
policy. But for him they would have
had it all their own way. j
Jeremiah was placed In a dungeon
under the prison building. Jerusalem
was honey-combed with subterranean
cisterns, vaulted or arched overhead.
and cabins, vaults, the subterranean.
I arched spaces of a cistem, containing t
At last Zedekiah. the king, secretly
took him out to inquire: "Is there an;
word from the Lord?" Jeremiah re
plied: "There Is." The word was:
"Thou sbalt be delivered into the hand
cf the king of Babylon." At Jeremiah's
request, and to escape from the guilt
of being the murderer of the prophet.
Zedekiah bad him cared for in the
court of the guard, and supplied him
with daily bread.
We are not all called to be martyrs,
but all are called to have the martyr
spirit, to be ready to suffer for the
Lord and the coming of bis kingdom
There are many martyrs not known tc
history, but whose names are recorded
Persecution Is the very opposite ol
Christianity. Christianity bears bur
dens, persecution loads them on. Chris
tianity loves, and persecution hates.
Yet persecutors are often well-meaning
men. Jeremiah's .enemies thought
they were patriots and he was a trai
tor. It is easy even for a Christian to
persuade himself that he is right and
his opponents are so terribly wrong
that they must be suppressed by Torce
Instead of argument, by worldly weap
ons instead of truth.
Man in the Big Hat I've
made money out of politics.
Man in Small Hat Are you a po
Man in Big Hat Xo; I'm the leader
of a brass band. The musicians al
ways get paid, but the orators are ex
pected to talk for nothing.
"Does this hobble skirt do me jus
"Certainly, my dear. Justice with
out mercy." Life.
Take every possible chance to t2
kind, because, some day. there may
be no more chances. Margaret De-land.
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attention. All supplies for the Amateur Miriet
ly fresh. Send for catalogue anl ttaisbloc
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