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INJURIOUS LITTLE WEEVIL HARD TO EXTERMINATE In May Beware o! Dyspepsia. These Pests, Which Hibernate in Woodlands, Under Leaves and Rubbish of AH Kinds, Appear Very Early and Attack First Buds of Plants. (By J. TIIOS. MACKKNZIK.) These pests have been Increasingly abundant In some parts of tha country during the past few years and every effort possible should be made to control and destroy them. These beetles hibernate in rubbish under leaves and any shelter they can find, and become active early in March and April. The egss are laid aa soon as the beetles can find buds In suitable condition and the earliest of these are on the cultivated strawberry. The females continue feeding and laying eggs until after the middle of June, attacking in succession after the strawberry, dewberry, wild strawberry and blackberry. Development from egg to adult requires about one month. These feed but little and disappear Into hibernating quarters shortly afterward. The actual damage done by these insects is not really measured by the percentage of buds destroyed, because these are the earliest, that would ordinarily have been the finest berries and brought the highest price. The injury cause Is due to the feeding habit of the larva which requires IfiliSl mi Pod FYSDFDSl ilfrTARRH0FSTOHA DIDN'T CARE TO BE DONE. for Its development. The beetle, therefore, lays Its rather large, white, glistening egg Into a well developed bud of a stamlnate variety and, In order to prevent further development, punctures the flower stalk Just below It. Ina day or two the bud wilts, the stalk breaks at the point of puncture, and usually the bud drops to the ground, although It may bang on for some days by a few threads of tissue. This dropping to the ground favors the development of the larva which, exposed to the hot sun, might otherwise dry up, or the bud itself might become too hard and unfit for food. There is no period in the life of this Insect when It can be satisfactorily reached by Insecticides. The adult feeds, little, usually on pollen or by eating boles Into the well developed blossom buds. Whether the Insect devours the tissue when It cuts through the flower stalks Is not known. The larva feeds In shelter continuously and Is entirely beyond our reach. As the larva feeds only on pollen, pistillate plants which bear none are free from attack and the obvious recommendation Is to plant pistillate varieties with every third or fourth row of some profusely flowering stamlnate variety to serve as pollenizers and to attract the insects. This method has been actually adopted in some of the southern Etntes with good effect. The objection is made that there Is no known pistillate variety which does well in many of the northern states and fulfills the requirements aa to time of ripening, shipping quality, etc That there is no fruit so erratic in its action in different localities as the strawberry Is well known, and there la no one variety which any grower Is willing to recommend for all localities. The method of a few growers Is to plant very profusely flowering varieties of plants with the Idea of getting enough buds to feed the beetles and to make a crop as well. But a much better plan would be to plant some very early profusely flowering varioty on rows along the edges to serve as an attraction for the beetles and keep tbem from the main crop. This would mean, of course, planting pollen female How til IIo does everything la his power Powell Then I'm glad that I'm noj In hla power. SCRATCHED TILL BLOOD RAN "When my boy was about three months old hla head broke out with a rash which waa very. Itchy and ran a watery fluid. We tried everything we could but he got worse all the time, till it spread to hla anna, logs and then to his entire body. lie got so bad thnt he came near dying. The rash would itch bo that he would scratch till the blood ran, and a thin yellowish stuff would bo all over bis pillow in the morning. I had to put mittens on his handa to prevent him tearing his skin. He was so weak and run down that bo took fainting spells aa Jf he were dying. lie was almost a skeleton and hla little bands were thin like claws. "lie was bad about eight months when wo tried Cullcura Remedies. I bad not laid blm down In bis cradle in the daytime for a long while. I washed him with Cutlcura Soap and put on one application of Cutlcura Ointment and he was so soothed that he could sleep. You den t know how glnd I was be felt better. It took one-boof Cutlcura Ointment and pretty near one cake of Cutlcura Soap to cure him. I think our boy would have died but for the Cutlcura Remedies and I shall always remain a firm friend of them. There has been no return of the trouble. I shall be glad o have you publish this true statement of his cure." (Signed) Mrs. M. C Maitland, Jasper, Ontario, aiay 27. Work of Strawberry Weevil A. spray with punctured buda; B, wilting buds: C. egg; 1. larva; K. pupa,: all three enlarged; O, flower with feeding punctures. for the beetles only, and the trap low might alter ward be cut close, the foliage, etc., carefully raked up- - and burnt and then the ground sprayed with a mlsclble oil or kerosene emulsion 1 to 10 to soak the cut buds and knl the contained larvae. Covering the rows with cotton, muslin or similar material has been recommended and, on a small scale, has been found successful. It not only keeps off the bettles but promotes earllness and extra fine fruit. How It would work on a commercial scale has not yet been determined. APPLES READY FOR SPRAYING s lamb. Iamb,' said Mr. Kecne. 'Is one Invests first and Investigates .afterwards.' " to Mother Infants and children, and see that It Dears the Signature In ITae For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Co tori You are not responsible for the you were born with, but you n re responsible for the one you die with. IV. Pellet, nmnlt. mifrar-cvwte- and ini rniy,andrcruUt sy tvnc:h, lirer bowel and cure orate ecwwt notion. Wealth Is a bubble that some men try to enlaree by blowing. ARE YOU FREE To prevent tbe larvae of the codling moth from Injuring apples and pears, fruit growers spray with paris green or srsenate of lead while the young fruits look tike this, says Orange Judd Farmer. Ths period lasts only a few days after the blossoms fall. When the little points at tha top close abovo the fruits It Is too lata. Poison ran not be forced In where worms have attacked. SETTING TREES IN ORCHARDS fall previous to setting out your orchard, plow op the whole tract that you Intend to use. Then In tbe spring plow again and set your trees deeply Into the soil; I. e. below tbe hard pan Tbe roots must fit Into tbe hole without crowding. Oood. rich soil ought to be sifted around the roofs first and tamped lightly, breaking airholes. Fill la tbe poorest soil on top. Table Gives Correct Distance tor Slanting-r.rec- ik Ground Ue Pre low Fait Winter Will Kill Insect. FROM To estimate the fiumW of trees required for an acre, at any given disHeadaches, ColJ, Indigestion, tance, multiply the distance between Pains. Constipation, Sour Stomach, the rows by tbe distance between the trees and divide 43.561, the number of If you are not, the most Dizziness square feet per acre, by this result. dfcclhre, prompt and pleasant The following table gives tbe corplanting fruit tree: method of getting rid of them is to rect distances for Apple, 29 to 40 feet each way; aptake, now and then, a dcscrUpoon-f- ul ple, dwarf, 10 to 1$ feet; pear. 20 to of the ever refreshing and truly 20 feet; pear, dwarf, 10 to IS feet; to 20 feet; peach, 1 to 20 lCficficial laxative remedy Syrup plum, II leet; cherry, 1 to ! feet; apricot, of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is 15 to 20 feet; nectarines. Is to 29 feet; wc!l known throughout the world quinces, I to 11 feet. an orchard. It Is well, of In as the best of family laxative reme- course,starting for the loepertnrcd orcharddies, because it acts to penlly and man to gpt expert advice on the selececonomize ty strer.gihens naturally without irri- tion of stock. tree--Don't Pefore cheap thy are bujirg tating the system in any way. f birred to you inrM that they e weJl To get its beneficial effects it is fnmigtd, for iny a promising orchard has ten ruined ty dleae always necessary to buy the genu- contracted before transplanting. ine, manufactured by the California In picking out tLe site of the orPig Syrup Co., bearing; the name chard It Is better to choose a piece of tle Company, plainly printed on of ground that has been well fertilized with nanure the year before. Tbe . t-- tae front of every package. changes to catarrh which is a chronic inflammation of tha mucous membrane surface of head nose or throat. One month's local treatment with Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic will convince the most skeptical that Paxtine la not a paliatlve but a specific for all catarrhal conditions. Paxtine is a perfectly harmless antiseptic and germicide in powder form which contains all of the' antiseptio qualities of liquid antiseptics, but with other valuable cleansing, germicidal, and healing ingredients added. Just a little in a glass of water as needed used as a. Spray and gargle, will not only remove the accumulated secretions, but heals the inflammation, destroys .the gernia of disease, and discaused by pels the disagreeable odor " chronic catarrh. For sale at all druggists, 25c and EOo a box, or postpaid upon receipt of price. The .Pax ton Toilet Company, Boston, Mass. Send for a free sample. Is 1 Watchman at Mining Camp and His Wife Riddled by Bullets by Outlaws In State of Sonora. Madge had always detested Orcutt--officio- us Orcutt, they called him and so she shrank back In her seat in the chair cur, and let him bustle forward to the other end of the train. Orcutt had been away from town all summer, and be would bo certain to ask all about Harry, when Harry Trevor was tbe last man she cared to discuss; especially with Orcutt. When he had gone away In the spring she had been engaged to Trevor. Orcutt had been absent four months and much may happen in that time, given two highly- - strung young people each with an excuse of false pride. Tbe little trips to Hlllcrcst had become things of the past and all because of a misunderstanding so absurd that had either used a little tact the engagement would never have been broken. She was going further up the road, and as HUlcrest was neared she drew back into her seat and away from the window. She did not even want to see the familiar station. Mrs. Trevor waa an ideal hostess and Madge had spent many pleasant hours In ths old Trevor homestead when she and Harry bad planned what would come to pass when she was the chatelaine of tbe fine old place. This was the train she had always taken too, when she had coma out to spend a few days with old Mrs. Trevor, and she did not want to be urther reminded of those happy times. But she had reckoned without Orcutt He came bustling through the train just before tbe station was reached. The platform at Hillcrest was short and only the middle of tbs train came on the platform proper. He was walking through tha train to strike tbe center of the platform when the train should atop. This time Madge could not escape discovery, and Orcutt came to a dead stop, dropping his bundles as hs grasped her band. "It seems like old times to see you again." he cried, "and that Infernal porter has never come for your things! Here, let me help you." He gathered up his own bundles and hers and hurried down the aisle. They were already In tbe tunnel which rsn under the greater of the town. In a few momentapartthey would be at the station. Madge followed to regain of her suit esse, but in tbs possession brief Interval others bad crowded to tbe door of the vestibule and It was Impossible to worm her wsy through and claim ber own. Orcutt bore her uggags to the platform and turned it over to conducive Douglas, Ariz. Refugee American mining men who reached Douglas Tuesday from Mexico' report widespread pillage In the state of Sonora from Nacoarl south, and the killing of two Americans at Santa Nina mine southwest of Ures. A band of thirty outlaws appeared at Santa Nina camp where S. J. Clark waa employed as watchman. Clark waa absent when the outlaws appeared. Ilia wife tried to defend the camp with a shotgun, but was wounded. Tbe outlaws hid in the house while the woman bathed her . wounds. When her husband appeared he was riddled with bullets and his wife waa then murdered. Mr. and Mrs. Clark had been only a short time at the mine, having passed through Douglas A during a ' Lenten tea, a few months ago on their way into said, missionary, pointedly: Sonora. "I have established missionary trees over tho country. But perhaps you WILL REVISE WOOL SCHEDULE. all don't know what a missionary tree is? House Committee Announces Inten- A missionary tree la one whose profit goes entirely to missions. tion of Beginning on the Work of "A Roxborough farmer has in his Revision 'Without Delay. a golden pippin tree that Washington. The house committee helps to support the Chinese mission. on ways and means next week will be- A Florida woman has an orange tree gin woklng on the revision of the that helps to uplift the cannibals of wool schedule. On this both tbe New Guinea. A California nut farmer Democratic majority In the house and devotes a walnut tree to the spread of the Democratic membership of tbe the faith in Zanzibar. committee are divided, but the divi"Missionary trees," the speaker endsion is not so wide aa in the last ed, "are very good things, but the weeks. principle that underlies them need not It la the policy of Speaker Clark. be confined to farms and farmers." Majority Leader Underwood and other Democratic leaders not to submit a T8K puwdur to ba shaken Into tbs ahoc bill placing raw wool on tbe free list th feir Ured, ftohiog feet. It takettbe atlDc oat of euraa Many Democrats want raw wool on na bunions n4 mates walking a delight. Hold Tarywnera, 3to. Urfutt utar(ur. For FHBS the free Hat; others believe the sche- trial package, addreu . 8. Olmood, he Uoj, N Y dule should not be so radically revised at tbls time. A Good Score. at your suburb?" "What's bogey RETIRES UNDER FIRE. "Forty cooks a year. LaBt year we 41." Exchange. Protege of Mayor Gaynor Idlcted on had only Bribery Charge. For your own sake, don't wait until it New York. Charles II. Hyde will hunprn. It may be a headnche, toothesraohe. or some painful accident. resign as city chamberlain at once. ache, ITnmlina Oil will cure it. Get a Wizard Under indictment and under the fire bottle now. of practically every newspaper In New York, he announced Tuesady night Let us never be discouraged by any that although be Is the victim of "one difficulty which may attend what we of the most wicked conspiracies in know to be our duty. Dowdier. the history of the city," he will relinquish his position In order not to embarrass the Gaynor administration. He has been ths mayor's protege for years. Indicted secretly on Monday on two counts, one charging bribery, tbe other taking an unlawful fee, Hyde pleaded not guilty In the criminal branch of tbe supreme court Tuesday Trevor. with permission to change "She was dsy dreaming," he about, afternoon, or withdraw tbe plea up to May 16, d, "and very nearly got carried past was released under J 7,500 ball. her station. Hut I saw her. my boy. and I brought and DEATH RATE DECREASING. ber out all right. Where Is sher The exporlenco of Motherhood Is a Ho turned and scanned the crowd Famine Conditions In Chins Slightly one to most women and marks of Relief trying as Result on the platform. Improved Madge was holding distinctly an epoch in their lives. Xot Measures. back In tbe hope that Trevor might one woman in a Hunses the mistake and return her propdred is prepared or Shanghai, China. A correspondent erty without a scene, but she bad of tbe Associated Press, who returned understands how to care forher- counted without Orcutt He caught Tuesday from the famine stricken dis- L (3- t SUVJ properly aclf. . Of course near sight of ber standing by tha car steps tricts of northern China found condily everv woman now. went plowing and through the tion Improved aa a result of tbe rehas me d i c a I allays crowd. lief work, but still very bad. Tbs at the treatment ho "Hers Is." hs shouted. "I found daily death rate has decreased from time of him for you. In my day, young men several thousand In tbs m.Jl of but many approach did not hold back when they were March to a few hundreds. the experience with looking out for tha ladles." Many farms are deserted, only mud an ortranism unfitted for the trial of He grasped her arm and piloted her walls Indicating that they were once strength, and when the strain is over system has received a shock from through tbe crowd to where Trevor tenanted. Children who formerly were ber r.ldch it is hard to recover. Followstood In amazement. The suit case sold for fifty cents each are now ex- ing right upon this comes the nervous was a new one and he had not recog- changed for a few pounds of grain. strain of caring for the child, and a nised It Iieforo hs could decide Women are selling themselves into distinct chantro in the mother results-Thewhether Orcutt was drunk or crazy, slavery to provide succor for tbs is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of chilthat excitable Individual had coma' more bclpl.-sones of families. under right dren, and indeed child-birt- h tack towing Madge. conditions need 13 no hazard to health "She almost gut lost again," he Dieti on Trial. or beaut v. The unexplainable thing Is panted as hs brought tbe girl up. "I Wis John F. Diet, bis that, with all tho evidence of shattered Hsyward. declare you young people need aa old wife and son. Lislie DlrU, wers placed nerves and broken health resulting man like me to look after you. Well, on trial here before Judge from an unprepared condition, women I'll bo getting off. Got some things of Alexander If. Tuesday Reld In ths circuit Will persist in going blindly to the triaL my own to be looked after. It isn't ns though yo experience are Jointly charged with came court them unaw arcs. 'J'hey have lie trotted off. leaving Madgo and shootingThey and killing Oscar Harp, a ampleupon to prepare, but which tiino in Trevor facing each other. For aa Insheriff, who was one of the their, for t he mot part, trust to chance stant they stared dumbly, then Trevor deputy posse which teseig'-- the Diets cabin ana pay th? penalty. raise,! bis hat again. In many homes once childless there Canvron Dam on Thornapple river st . "I presume It is another of Orcutte and who was found dcid are now children liecauso of the fact October last K. I'inkham's asinine mistakes," ha said, "though after a gun fight with the Diets fam- that J.ydia makes womenVegetable I'm sure I don't know what It all normal, Compound ily. healthy, and strong. means." Booms "Mr. Orcutt saw me on the train for President, Any womnn who wonld irk odvico In rcgnrcl to this she explained, -- f aepposs that he did Buffalo, N. T. Norman E. Mack, apwial matter Is cordially invited to not know that our engagement had chairman of the Democratic National write to Mr. I'lnklmm at I. win, been broken and supposed that I was commit'ee, on Tuesday published la Her letter will bo held la being carried past tbe station, ftefore the National Monthly, the commi- strict confidence t could explain that I was on my way ttee's ot Octal organ, of which he Is ths to visit Mary ftryaa, be m editor, the first of a series of articles ahead that I could not get bold of on Democratic presidential possibilhim." ities for 1912. Tbe qualifications of "That's Orcutt ail over." Trevor said Governor Thomas ft. Marshall of Inwith a smile. "1 suppose you want ts diana are set forth In the present arget back on ths train." ticle. Hs moved toward tbe Pullmans, but at that moment the train pulled out Physician Suffocated. and left the girl behind. She looked Kansas City Dr. J. W. Caldwell, blankly after the departing cars and eventy-twold, was suffocated the tears siood In ber eyes. She was by emcike Inyears his room when a fire roused by Trevor's voice. o'clock Tuesday mornstarted at here," ha said, "that was fieri ing In a restaurant at Ninth and Main a mistake of Orcutt s. He was the un- streets, In the rear of which tbe phyconscious Instrument of Fate, There sician's room was located. really Isn't anvthlng the matter, et Another Wreck Victim. cept that we were both too proud to Ps. There Is no lone-espeak first If I say 'scuse wort Kastn, you come out to tbe nous and tell doubt that Miss Margaret Jones rf the mater that all is serene again?" fUra, N. Y who had bem counted For a moment Madge paused Irreso among tbe tiv'vors of the wreck of !ute then her band stole Into Tre the teachers' special train St Martins f nawre Verne SHoes I vors. Creek, N. J., Is dead. Miner, Quarrymert, Tarrr!, and Ouisid TU say "scuse,' too," sbe nmr Worker! Recall Election f Decisive. inured. "We wers both very foolish, Wa'h. The reca'l election tt4 iti awKn.w Harry. I'm gisd that Mr. Orcutt 1 Wet krrt n t if m-imade his mistake." fcr the offices f the four city Mvf kritrnX-jen .VH hr fiff'A, a was "It wan't mistake." declared Tra de loners, bld Tuesday, m w ivt h he mw mMrff It rwr nt aVeter frm fcm't vof. Jubilantly. "It was an Insplra isive and sno'her will be held two er:ptta, wra a. Vow haoaWr bnrmt a lion; bless his Interfering old souL weeks benre. at whlcft the two h'gh evrrrn auarfFM co. . sovroa. sun. candidates will run ' ... apple-- orchard FOOT-EAS- Atl-KN'- S AntiK-pu- E o Facts About Motherhood h, s . Small Farms. Too many are trying to work too morn land and are not giving It suff- icient tillage. Pabcock. fier's U lake ! THAT CATARRH rOurCURE climate with its sudden re I ne carc-lullFx amImportant every bottle of CASTOK1A, a safe and sure remedy for y INSPIRATION AMERICANS child-birt- Wall Street Anchor. "James U. Kecne, at an Kaster celebration In Codarhurst," said a New York broker, "once gave. In a dozen words, the Wall street definition of a "A ORCUTT'S MURDER 1 J910. who REBELS Hems Fruit Garden, Plant a peach tree or mora la the dooryard for beautiful foliage, fragrant bloom and luscious fruit. The fruit garden for the horns must be just as near the houso as Is possible, beginning st each exit of It and continuing jut as far and near as oir respective space or plans will permit. Plant not less than one apple tree of at least half a dozen of tbe summer, fall and winter varieties. To ran Increase or double tbe number of trees upon the same size plot of ground that the apples win crnpy by starting both on the Mine tract st tbe same time, and the pear fees and will have fulfilled their passed Into decay before (he apple trees are ready for fruit bearir.g mln Water fef Stock. l riot think because you feel !b ralf and pig milk they need to wafer They mnst have plenty of pure water at all times If pctd to thrive properly. d Brht Ma. o "I''" r Tsc-oms- METALLIC HEELS AND COUNTERS . W-- torn-n!s- enr-po- w. m -- . -- again.