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CORN A Good Watch DRY FARMS Land for This Crop Should Plowed Very Deeply. Be Write us. Many of our states have awakened to tbe fact that their yields of corn of klnda all horses over Including far below what they consider four years old that can carry harness average fair crops, and to encourage deeper or saddle, Great Britain bos 3,000,000 plowing and better work generally head. have been offering prizes for heavier production. In Georgia, the prize for the best acre ot corn was won by a boy ot eleven, Joseph Stone of Chester, oa land. He plowed ten d 14 Inches deep, then deep, then subsoiled where tbe and Inches The richest, rows were to be planted, 22 Inches economical tea for deep; used about ten dollars' worth .home. fertilizer to the acre; cultivated so as L.UNETA TEA is packed to leave three cultivator furrows, air-tig- ht again leaving only two furrows, tins, halt" pound then after that with other implements, and weight, and is raised 102 bushels per acre. crushed or broken like I quote the above to show the in cartons. necessity of deep plowing for corn. tbe other records for corn this All grocers Nell this fine All last year yer made by deep plowing can. 30c This writes E. R. Parson In the is gener- methods, Hiiniu grade of Dry Farming Dulletln. Tbe land for .his crop should be plowed as deepally Bold at 50c. Also roasters and packers ly as possible, but not packed, for the that packing favors top growth, famous Euneta steel reason and If we have a wet spring, followed fresh roasted coffee. by dry weather, tbe corn is liable to overgrow Itself and produce a crop la 1910 the United States produced of baggy ears all husk and no corn. s ot the world's output of peOn the other band, loose ground favors root growth. The top does not troleum. grow too rank, and as soon as the weather comes, the corn, having to bead look! dry If you don't want your of root and not weakened by a plenty Ilk a peanut after a while, son, put top of heavy foliage, goes to making something Into It now. ears, and we get a much better crop than If the plant Is allowed to overThe country that ts able to pay! grow at tbe start trillions for battleships doesn't need Fall plowing will accumulate, as a the help of whisky money. rule, mere moisture' than disking and harrowing, but to secure good results. Many a promising career has been the land must be plowed again in nipped in tbe bud by too Utile sleep. spring, before plant). . at night and too much In tbe morning. Where the. iMwclprrhtlon does fiot falUjeHJW 14 Inches, corn ca lien In spit of what Solomon sate raised every year by plowing ar a good many folka ffo keep on Inches or more and planting lone trying to make a tHC purs out of a grain in a hill from 24 to 36 I Wheal ' ar. sow's apart, according to the corn; bu tithe land should be kept rough cultlv ed ' worth of sugar or plowed during the winter montr , lijTtaleS every week in or as soon as tbe cattle are taken om Many farmers list In their com It Englanurublc foot e JIWW ""4 U.IU IOUU Wt4.UUUl bU lug and consider it nara iuck wnen tneirv crops fall in dry years. In many of these regions, crops have TO TRY OUR B. & T. TRUSS been raised by good plowing. Listing We HI Truaeee, Shnuld- -r Braces, AMnmlnal 8u The kitx lhi plrxuk Is dangerous for another reason; we r.iesuc liosu-rr- . pnntn, 111 guaranird or mooe-- r,fiintMl. atatl oruere sometimes get an extra heavy storm (teen rmmm wblcb will Oil the lister furrows and RCX DRUG CO. Cut Rat Druggists completely bury the corn. Om. TWrd So. Mid Wot Temple. Salt Like City The wheels of the corn planter will usually pack the land sufficiently for A ro.SITIVE mmi PERseed germination In the row. Tbe culMANENT CURE FOR tivation should be deep and rough, Drnnkenncss and and always across the slope when Is any. We are fully aware Opium Diseases. there that level cultivation prevents evapTWeels aw saUMrf. M Mmw, lass ... THE IUUI IN- - oration, but in the "cloudburst" we states It also favors run off, and exT,.,li sum. mJi LsIm Cut. intuii, JM W. perience shows that we gain more than we lose by saving tbe runoff at the expense of some evaporation. The ground should be cultivated as I H.W NB SU.U-IWWMItCM late In the season as possible In order to put It In a receptive condition eertita tn.eetet I aseer no fee ne nwrn ear- - ete for the heavy summer rains which M4 ? i . KTF PMfm111wcsA mm t ;O. often make tbe crop. It Is a mistake I a awe surf rr " A to contlnflalJy cultivate corn during a drought; It creatfs too fine a mulch, VFN Ar WOMFS In Jer l(f mud, and stops penetration riftr TraTuition, nlr w. e makes when finally the rain comes. All that r'terart-tmi of fni. S, t'p tnli and Harare mdfriatl. WnW aelr Barber Is necessary Is to break the crust mulch. (.liege, IS (iiWMil Htrwt, hail Lake Cur. maintain a good three-incIn times of severe drought, a crust KODAK FINISHING may form under the mulch; but If the MaU nMere iea tr"nrt nwillna. mulch Is Intact there Is no more tamfH rtnrk ot Photo ftunpiitw, evaporation than before, and the alt Lata C. deep plowing and the moisture In tbe 177 alaia "4. Writ loreataloa-oca- subsoil will bring the crop through A Student of Humanity. Slop and Swill. lira. Carter and her cook, aays tu Is a wide difference between There were Cttinen. discussing the CrooMjn and awlll. Slop la properly a anurder whlrh harrowed th dusk? slop rellh. while awlll Is too frebog's tilirenit of the countryside. quently nothing more than water pol"Will dey hang him for kll..u of luted with refua. The unhealthy lis-- wife. Miss Cyarther?" will may embrace a wide ta-r!fertr We can't tell yet. Aunt Jinny. of feed or drink, ranging from will decide. Of course. If The dish walcr to a mixture of ordinary they f.rove he did It on purpose milk, table scraps, soapsuds and oth-r- r a tiurnoee! Law. Mies 'l)nn It kitchen refuse, while slop is a comCyarther, in course be kilt his wife a bination of a ground feed or feeds erg rt owe! Honey, ain't I done beeo with water or milk. A supply of I know mem' anarried? wholesome awlll in connection with other feds may be extremely ValuHis Excuse. ranable, but In a condl'lon of "Karlie why didn't you cot the cid, filth. It may result In and mainly 1 told you to?" a animals. Slop, ln of 40ya?, "t was poing to. faiher, hut the however, be conldered as may truant offl'fs are around looking In order. tor tojs who are umlr 14 who are working, and I wan afraid I'd get into Market Products Dally. tvuhi." Most producers have come to realize that dairy products roust be marPrecaution. and under the rrot IJocpii I'm going to St.. feferbinirg keted dafly. to command the circumstance, ortirrow, The sime rrarket Mel.et price. of Aren't afraid yow firosren bing practice should obtain In th marketHon tip there? of IToee oh, no, I'm leaving my wife ing epes. t home. Neglected Manure. It la veil known that barnyard Johnny's Question. rapidly loes Johnny Wi'lisms had been "bad" msnrire. If neglected, the greater part of Its fertilizing vsl-- e rain. and becomes practically worthies, ich4 his Hnn-i- y "Ah me. Jofcrmy!" "I am afrall etcept to Improve the mechanical and hool teachef. j physical properties of the soil. !! r,ot in fcavn." we doln'T" "tvj,t lave yon Lime for Hogs.' askd Johnny lih a grin Harper's. No mistake will be made If a little Pesowrcefwt. lim is uaed In the drlnklrg water nd so much the better If the hogs Ot Idea 4 a revrurceful woman It who ran etand ef family skel- - can have access ts soft coal alack sul- la a corner of the purlor and ' mixed with salt ,ln tad titU pbnr. heliev la It wmke f'lks HEWLETT'S LUNETA in full net eight-year-ol- d cross-plowe- the not tea packed tea at per tea of the cut, two-third- n th)' , . . L MEN WANTED siu-mm- mm MM - w fITm ljnillr.ll 1 h " ln'l high-price- fav-rabl- e ml In bric-a-bra- Calteyfn News, Season In. of Grain and Water Required, Throughout Another Fall Plowing Will Accumulate More Moisture Than Disking and Hart rowing Listing Is Considered Dangerous. " MAIN Ukllt C1IY. UTAH fragrant OF SOILS HOEING creases Materially Yield very little. Big guarantee. most THOROUGH Cultivation Used 'to cast a pretty penny. Now it you want a. good time piece you can get it of us for ALT ON masterly and convincing argument for a thorough cultivatloii of the soil has been published by Prof. J. A. WldUoe of the Utah experiment station. In a long series of experiments, in telligently made, Professor WidtBoe found that thorough hoeing or cultivation throughout the season Increased materially the yield of grain, and In creased the amount of water required per pound of dry matter produced. and that in Infertile soils the water requirements of crops could be materially lowered by the addition ot manure or commercial fertilizers. He believes that in every case the result is to be attributed largely to the plant food set free by the hoeing or fallowing, or that added in tbe fertilizers. There are many farmer who are not in a position to Irrigate their land at once, but there are few who cannot cultivate their soil a little better than they have been doing. No doubt there are localities where irrigation is not feasible, and then again there are thousands of tenant farmers or men of limited means who cannot take advantage of the principle of Irrigation. It is fortunate that nearly all such farmers are at least able to till and fertilize their fand. The practical conclusion is, that in districts where the rainfall is the chief consideration, It la not sufficient to store an abundance of water In the soil, but tbe soils themselves must be kept In such a condition that plants growing on them ean produce dry matter with the smallest possible amount of water. Under a syetem of dry farm rotation in which a hoed crop Is perhaps grown every year. In alternation with wheat, a fairly large amount of available plant food will be maintained, but at tbe sarce time the amount of stored nio'Vture will be so near the danger as to jeopardize ,nat lng crop. On the seriously other hantjey wes'the soli after being fall plovr;,at"L left In the rough throughout the winter Is allowed to He fallowthe following summer a much largtr amount of plant food is aet f re wild at the same time a larger amount of water is stored in the soil. MURDERERS ESCAPE JUSTICE rr j X I in I a lime Startling Array of Figures Presented by Noted Jurist of Massachusetts at Prison Congress. Omaha, Neb. Quoting President Taft as saying that "The administra- KIDNEYS WEAK? YOUR ARE There are two ways to tell if you have weak kidneys. The first ia through palna In the back. The second by cxamlnlug the kidney secre tions. If you sus- pact your kidneys, begin using Doan'a Kidney Pills at once. E. R. Wilson. IoEmmettsburg, wa, says: "I was completely laid up with kidney complaint and lnflara- rheuma- matory tlsm. My limbs and feet were terribly swollen and so Inflamed I could not walk for days. After doctors bad failed to help me, I began using Doan'a Kidney Pills. Three boxes cured me so completely that I have not bad the slightest trouble since." When Your Hack Is Lame, Re member the Name DOAN'8." COo a, box at all stores. Foster-MllburCo., Jamea had paid Gertrude marked at- tion of criminal law in this country tention while she was visiting bar Is a disgrace to civilization," Judge aunt Though others knew to a cer- C. A. De Courcy of Lawrence, Maws., tainty that he Intended proposing to justice of the sui erlor court of Massathe charming stranger, James himself chusetts, before the Amorican Prlnon was undecided. association Tuesday night, pointed out "Meeting a girl at dances, only see- that the United States was conspicuing her with her company manners ous for the groat number of unpunon. Isn't conducive to really knowing ished murderers. her," sollliqulzed Jamea. "How can "The defense of insanity, the limitaI tell that like the girl who when she tion of the power of Judges and the was good, was very very good and character of testimony allowed to be when Bhe was bad she was horrid. Introduced In behalf of the defendant I'll solve th enigma. Accept her In- were some of the evils which," he said, vitation to spend a few days at her "ought to be rectified. country home. The rest will do me "Th number of homicides In this Buffalo, N. Y. good. Then after that If wa prove country for 1910 wa-8,975 an in v A woman thinks a man is sensible congenial, me for a benedict" crease of nenrly 900 over the number If be tella her that she Is handsome. Gertrude was a vision of loveliness In 1909; were yet but one in eishty-slwhen she greeted her admirer at th Dr. Tierce's Pellets, small, capitally punished In 1910, as aKalnst station. eaay to take at candy, regulate and invigorseventy-fou- r the one In year during ate stuniach, livi-- and bowels. Do not gripe. "So delighted you came," she said said Judge De Courcy. welcoming him with a joyful face. preceding." A man can't kick it bis monument "It la ald that In 1896 for each mil"We needed another for our tennis la a put up job. 118 were of there the lion population match." 3 "I'm too tired to play," commenced homlcldea in the United States; In Italy, Ipbs than 15; in Canada, less James. "Don't be disagreeable but hurry; than 13; In Great Britain, less than 6. they're waiting for us," returned Ger- 9; in Germany, less than trude. CONGRESS OF FARM WOMEN. After the gauv, at which th newcomer waa badly beaten, Gertrude sug- Mora Than On Hundred Delegates gested a swimming contest "I'd rather not," complained Jamea. Attend First International Congress. Colorado Springs. The second aee "Let's alt In that Inviting hammock." 1 Sloan's Liniment is a great "Your no eport, don't be a ditcher," slon of the sixth international dry N remedy for backache. It followed on one Tuesday congress of the party. said farming v relieves and penetrates Institute. of a the farmers' "If you insist all right," answered meeting rubno the instantly con pain Jamea. The feature of tbe day was the bing necessary just lay So In swimming they went. Every vening of the first International con it oa lightly. one except Jamea enjoyed the cool gresa of farm women. More than 100 women from twenty refreshing wavea. Hut, be never did Here's Proof. enjoy anything he didn't want to do. on atatea have registered. Among H "I had my back hurt In tbe Boar War At dinner Gertrude commented Upon tboa who participated were Miss Inga H and In sa FrancUte two yoaia ago I I tT k atreal car In the amine place, the fact that her guest did not ap- M K. Allison of the Fort Collins state rf 1 incd all kinda ol dooe without sue-pear in a whit suit ceaa Two week axo I aaw your Unagricultural college, who gave a practl til naval In a drug store and et a buttle to "I thought I suited you all right," cat demonstration of variety In meali H ti The 6tt aj.plu atton cauerd instant he replied. eud turn etcept lor a lit tie atiH-on the farm; Mra. Mary Pierce Van '...at, Base I am almost wll." "No, you seem to dislike all the Zile, profesaor of domeetlc eclence at PJ Lk.TCiltR NORMAN. things I find pleasure in. For In the Kansas state agricultural college, Wuluier. Calif, stance, would you like to take a tramp who spoke on food values, and Mrs through th wood?" A. II. Melvin of Sedan. Mont, who GENERAL FARM NOTES. "Surely, let's atart early In ths took dairying as her subject an morning," agreed James, glad for Save seed corn early. opportunity to be alone with GerPreaident Smith Laid at Rest. all Is of The hog tbe most plastic trude. Lake City. Ten tbounand peo Salt farm animals. After being abused for three bours the best remedy for attended the funeral services In Grass la a prime factor In successbecause ha Insisted upon trumping ple lie Tabernacle on Tuewdv .j"u Jb. ful hog raising. neuralgia, b bis partner' ace, James retired, to John Henry Smith. Fall plowing Is Injurious to cutawakened at dawn by a gentle knock hlc President There were seven speakers at the worms and grasahopperaH Mug E. At Z "itrooUrn, N Y- at bis door. and they one and all. In warm service, If possible, disk stubblertelds, to concalled I'm Ger all ready," "Hurry, H lor rheumatism. I haire used el bo aentencea of slowing eulogy, lavished serve moisture and destroy weeds. trude. H ties erf it and it 1 grand." II charand work the Next to pure air, water Is the cheap life, upon helter-skelter praise Into Jamea lumped II Sold by an Dealers. to counselor the of tbe beloved est thing we can supply our poultry. acter bis clothes and found Gertrude wait Price, 25t, 23cu, and $ I .CO. The silo's first cost Is large, but If ing for him, looking not quit a president of the Mormon church. A well made It may be uaed for years. pretty as she bad In th favorable strikingly noticeable feature about tbe The milker's hands ahould be gaslight throng at the Tabernacle was tbe preswashed before milking each and every After walking a couple of miles ence of so great a proiortlon of cow. At no funeral service ever James protested tbat ha felt wear Fall plowing exposes the soli to the and held before In the Tabernacle have hungry. elements which aid In liberating plant "There's an apple orchard about a there been present ao larse a number food. half-Qllfrom here. Well get some of Gentiles, shoving the love in ahlch Don't forget the hen's dust bath. held by all said Gertrude, for nothing President Smith wa apples," They must have It to be healthy and could deter her from continuing ber clauses. happy. walk. Fear Result of Strike. No part of the dairy work Is more A very sober couple appeared on milk of Important than the cleaning hour After few a later. the porch Wah!ngton. Information resardin utensils. Gertrude begged the wtrlke now prevailing at Cananea, a breakfast hearty Do not think that because the hens James to fishing. He bad to row Mexico, received at th state departhave free range no grit need be sup- around thefv lake uneasiness for the rest of the ment. much Indicate them. plied In the broiling aim and all there. American Consul Dye. at Visit the henhouse often, so the morning rsught w ere two small perch. telegraphed tbat the altuation hens will feel acquainted and not be they "Some strenuous life," be com waa reported more wrloua and that afraid of you. mented aa tbe boat neared the land' all banks and aaloons bave ben Select early a plenty of seed com, Ing and he was becoming bored by closed. so that further and more rigid selec- Gertrude's Incessant talking of topics made be next tion may spring. Americans Protected. which did not Interest him. a The very best of food without "These atunta ar an everday oc The American consuWashington plentiful supply of pure, fresh water curence. Wouldn't you like to II v late at Hankow la believed to be fuTTy will fail to Induce the liens to lay. this simple life?" questioned Gertrude, protected against mob attack, for half A large flock of poultry will. In the "Not to my taste." of tbe 320 men aboard the three Amcourse of time, clean up all the avail"The boys expect you to play In erican gunboats, Helena, El Cano and around area a able grit from large their baseball game," Gertrude called Vlllaloboa, How at that ort, could he their --qua tiers. after James aa he left ber. landed In any emergency. If you have fifteen or more head of The baseball over Gertrude apIt will a haven't and silo. pay rattle, Attach Goodwin's Property. peared with ber golf bag requesting you to look Into the aubject of ailoa James to play with her. They chased Low Anaeies, Cal Attorney T. H pretty carefully. the ball around the links until It Stanton, representing creditors of Every one who haa ever had experi- started to pour rain In torrents.Mrs. Kdna Goodrich Goodwin, former ence with poultry knowa that rlean-llnen- e "Its pouring." cried Jamea. wife of Nat C. Goodwin, the actor. fi!ed Is absolutely Imperative if the "Oh, we alwsys play In tbe rain," attachment papers Tuesday flm-tipon la to prove profitable. answered Gertrude. about :..0.K1 worth of ihe California Irrewre Your fthrx-- e f The milker should be clean. Itefore akin to Drenched th they started property holdlnea of Goodwin. milking and before putting on hla home. Miner, Quarry men, Farmtrj, and Outside milking suit he must wash his hands "What's the trouble with your fac?" Workers Oregon Rebuilt e with warm water, soap and a nail asked Gertrude. etna ftw mtmmt 4 ftwsr etnas Cat The Oregon Vallejo, battleship bnih. are l.ehsar Sued asila.HC fcee. 1 fcese ace don't know. It feels all face." 1 will from sail the Wash., Iiremerton, tban it ese e swtswrt of smooth be should mmmty Milk paila le!er, "Its swollen and has red patches navy he eh Vwr rwr? atsii, yard on October 24 on her first eV4owhtfiwor. metal like heavy tin; galvanized Iron all over It Maybe Its fitted to atne hr ' cMie. It roe deetee Ivy." poison a rruis-been rebuilt at ernes aa. iowr taqsarf bringa since hsving Isn't enhed, or any roush metal should not be After consulting the village doctor, She used, as germs collect truch more who Informed him that he had most cost of more than ll,0"o,0oo. wots surwvreT cn. . aynToa. at as. tarrta easily and they are more difficult to likely touched aom Ivy In the woods will participate In the Pacific lieet tnaneuvcra at Fan Pedro. clean. and bad a bad case of poisoning. on home James returned tbe next Hatfield Feudists Killed. Hay In Germany . train to remain In th houe for a Columbus, O Troy and Klias HatThe t'nlted States conul at Col- week suffering Intensely. field, two of the Haffe'd family of ogne, reports that no timothy Is rsiaed When James read of Oertrude'a enfeudists. livlne pear fVyefterille. W. In Germany, and not much of any Harold to IJfton, cbampioa Va. were gagement reported ki'ld Tuesday. Andistinctive grass for bay, "the fields of a 1 the football players, he heaved aren r.t fr r tnalfitltjg fctts man, other mixture of vaft ,mM m4 engirt. fjeromie, an Italian, a'ao pells' f ff n rT5ir,. geemlngly producing sigh of relief. is raid to have been k!ld. rieties much resembling the natural "Thatika to that poison Ivy f esgrowths on an Illinois prairie." This caped In time If t was so ttrc.-- out Philadelphia Take Third Gam. grasa. when cut, yield" exceedingly In a emiri of days how could I have New York Ity a n ore of 3 to I in well, the lower growth being very stood It for a life timer eleven Innines of f.aaehall the I'hiia-Miti- ! iVtiJSJiH heavy owing to the fact that generally team on from New York on Petrified Forest Giants. the meadows are Irregular. HarvestThree petrified rerjaof 4 trees fhst Toradar, givine th Philadelthia two ing ia dotie moatly by hand. Two three games played In the imvs are always taken from the mead- have been pronounced lie very larg outoftdof a the series. ows annually, and sometimes est In the world that tbi far been discovered bave Just been nnrm. Re4 Cross Will Aid Chinese. ered from the debris of tie mountain proper Cooling of Milh. A tn WashineVm lied Crons a short distance from f the all that has been pub- side, only In spite m!nltr-tior-a- . t?o b9lmsli'y In rfiowa liohemian Hub Grove In lished In the farm papers and urged famous internaIt is that the eieeted This cotmty, Callforr.la. sVJ 4mm riX.ft t aV fJftT by the dairy schools, there are yet ' Ennnroa tional p'ci?H-r;il eive i1 to the flbtft ew,wat.V7 t Is near tittl town t4 . the of Orel few who farmers point pay i, r w'' a tV comparatively revoln'TOT-i'tMla In the r efforts aaVl l' 'fwHM-Chineae e. Orvsw. Trwh fjrtait any attention to tbe proper cooling fUn'-m- t f tfetr-fsr ftf4 M IM trf a ReJ Cross service. One of theae prehlfr'rrlc mongers., to organize eaf fsmt ftf tMI It of milk. rtsajj J c'r" ,tjalre, a I ITF I'.f th make of that pyramids - r'r-- t Krypt 4 .f t Convict Accused ef Murder. tn Ka,,e,j f . ft w1 !' fVfftsl modern by comparison In tteir , Green Cabbage Worm. 9 .v h m are r Kan Th life it Kroriti. Hvy In diameter and Is Tf tM The green cabbage worm I very de- measures JJ feet 4ap 4vaat gjtrf who name avl' sjm h'aj iff ftTre fftJsWtp fssf Tb two other looking for as In length. structive and will frequently de- 850 reet trees with in la cot announced, connexion ar 11 and 12 feet efk CO WHITTtMORE flelda petrified BROS, stroy th beat bead In th In diameter, respectively Scientific the murder of the Phowman family. M.M aibettw Cambrsetsrek, saw a ar unless so&aut preventive His wife was a sister of MVs. win nt law Mrssst Vmt American. eji taken. DJums c4twwM H erlet, in promptly t.-- n x supar-coate- r (Relieves! I Backache I Instantly I I I "'i I memm 111 I H SLOAN'S LINIMENT Bis - , No-gale- s, METALLIC HEELS AND COUNTERS t- wt-- row-ter- n. Wfimemorek Shoe Polishes the. he mm ls -- .1 11 Ti rwf -- , F te-- A "w- T?f- . ti't rt.