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DOC OR URGED All OPERATION hittaA I tools V Lya E. Pick h&m't VeetaUs Compoond and Was Cured. .1 MdL "Nearly fcwr year from organic troubles, tier vousneae and bead ache and every month would have to atay inbed most of Treat the time. Baltimore, I Buffered i menta would relieve roe for a time bat m doctor was al waya urging roe 10 .nave an operation. My sister asked me j 1 Al i HotrrLydiaE. Pink-fa a m's Vegetable before) J Compound consenting to an A7 operation. 1 too It five bottles of Hand It has completely cored me and of sork is aBlaemre. I tell all bit friends who have any trouble of this kind what Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Com pound has done for me.' NelLI B. BRimNoaAM. 609 Calverton Rd., Balti-mor- e. SI - This summer don't spend hours over a hot stove I Serve Libby'a dclicatet Corned Beef chilled it wUl give you an entirely new idea 6f how easily an appetizing rummer meal can be prepared. t Get a package front your grocer today. ' McNeill Libbr. Chkaso Ubby, r r-- Md. HARD TO TRACE ITS" DESCENT 8uch Is Life. up-t- banquet to alien enemies has been given annually by the the stalks In a corn field may be inAmerican pnbltc. These fested. Over two hundred borers have aliens were not Invited been found In the stalks growing la here, have performed no 1 one hill of Corn. : Control Is made more and service, yet have atfflcutt tjy the fact that the borer been fed on the fat of the ' feedS on a aamber of Other plants, land, adding to the high flow--, , Including the stalks of weeds and cost of living. They and may live over winter .In grass nave tremendous appej Trts.. It Is so mensclng that the pres-'etites, consuming trees or entire forests, agrlculturai department approprl--I garden crops and flelUs of grain and bin contalna an Item of $250,000 cotton. atlon These undesirable citizens for fighting It that have made America their adopted home are Insects and plant diseases The turean of entomology, United which-ha- ve State department of agricultttrsV hat been Introduced from for published descriptions of over 3,000 elgn countries, writes Charles Lathrop Pack, president Americnn Forestry asdlstlpct Insect pests wblcb are Ukely and to be introduced Into thla sociation. In American Forestry. . a country .M x nu i eertons cause loss. adohi a There's for T pest every plant. Some teed t f&im are European Insects which e plants have more than a thousand Inj'vpon forest and shade trees and-thsects and fungus diseases which attack , rest InTest varloua Cultivated crops. some portion of, them, causing death 'Among the Important Insects which ft or Injury. However, most of the pests Is hoped to exclude from the American which attack our plants are native to continent are the Mediterranean iruit America and have natural enemies considered by entomologists to take fly, which keep them in check. fcrizeW destructtve'trolt pest, first '"And ail thobe fleas have little fleas, the and pink boll worm of cotton, front upon their backs to bite 'em. Mexico, which U capable of making And thwe attain have lesser fleas, the best efforts of the cotton boll wee r.nd ao "ud Infinitum." ' vll appear, puny In comparison. Thus native Insects have a host of " ! . .. . The life stories of some of these )) voracious enemies, Including birds, an- There was a man who freed two moths, pests, as nnfolded by years of study And those two moths were mothers, 6i the "part of patient scientists, are imals, and other Insects, which preserve the "balance of nature." The That year there were a million mone, so s mating ar to be classed with fairy ' stories by those Who aro little ravages of native pests seldom become , The next a million other.-- . thConder ot'natur. devastating except occasionally tn Whlte-pln- je small areas and for a short time when They; bad tremendous appetites,' biUter rest s ait Instance. And wrought great devastation, p' This paraskkrfnhgtti i native Jo the conditions become exceedingly favorUntil the atate with wrath arose, able for their rapid propagation. old, v world, . attacklnc Jhe stone pine And fought like Carrie . Jfatlon. and other native .pines of has maintained America Hitherto, from nlpes Imported, White, Purope14 an open door to plant immigrants and. A fight was begun whicl a lasted and Holland, brought and insects destructive after year year( for years and today It baa cost more Sroany,Yrance United States,'prin-flpall- y plant diseases have come to this couu than fifteen million dollars in cash for in J&08 and 1009. Curiously, try on these plantt, from abroad. Some applying bedd measures, he ,contro of our whit pines depends srfety found the land of of these pests have control the freedom entirely to their liking. Some- many times , this amount of '. property' entirely en whether we csn and , currant on , disease ', damage. ef. (he exspread here has been f times the climate can disIs bushes. The The chestnut bark fungus blight fooseberry MntlnniTIr favnfah! ' frtr thp'r ranlrt Mw wh,eB directly from one pine tree t brought. to thla mar development, at other times they have Another i tfy froin the Ormt on Japanese chest bu; firVt must spend ' part Of found new food plants. In such cases waa first found ft ttfe oa currant or gooseberry leaves nursery atock. they have propagated rapidly because I""1 on 1904. western Island la Long In.amjln this stsee It has the powerof the balance of nature was no' longer half of the spreading rapMly and widely trf other maintained. In most casea the fight 1500,000,000 tn; "CAN I BE CURED?" SAYS THE SUFFERER Hew' often have yon heard that sad cry from the victims L disease. Per haps the disorder has cone too fir for help, hot oftener at is Just in its first tacts and the pains and aches are only ' catart's first cries for help. Do not despair, rind out the eanse and fire star all the help yen can and aba will repay yon with health. Look after the kidneys. The kidneys are the most overworked organs of the human body, and when they fail in their work of filtering and throwing off the poison that constantly accumulates in the iji-teeverything goes wrong. GOLD MEDAL Haariea Oil Capsules will give almost immediate relief from kid-nand bladder troubles snd their kindred ailments. They will free your body from pain fn short order. But he sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Look for the name oa every box. Ia three stses, sealed packer. Money refunded if they do not help yon, Adv. ey The Difference. "I received two requests for an in crease In salary today." That so? Did you grant them?" "I refused one and allowed the other." "Why!" "Because of a difference In the re quests. One of the young fellows came to and simply asked for more money on the ground that he needed It I turned him down. The other young fellow came in and said that he needed more money, and asked If I couldnt give him a chance to earn more. I did." inflamed, swollen Joiata, Sprain, Braises, Soft Beaches Heals Bolls, Poll Evu. Qucttor , Flstuls and will reduce Infected eoree quickly as it is a positive antiteptie and rernucida. Pleataatte mi lot wot fcUatar t CLMfaf ABSORBINC, JB book araa, Mm SLtt m . m m. aa five-leav- t- jooto ! , lit igaWISplifleorpTi btaw m -- faa nkt, n i if v n v rit I cd vxaoo Ajfrwrmt ATTRACTS a NO lii IAS y AuU i Tl auk-i- d, W, N. V M, ALL SXIkS. attL i aTTTC-ir- S n-- il avaul. af tip aw i vnl w4 mm it Im fcaBi Am- - SaaMr, . Salt take City. No. 29-19- 1- 4 Matter of Coverlna. ' The ' war waa over and woman's dress had gone mad to make up for lost time. . It was very brief and : i'-'H- bright '' ' The young sub. on leave was , J i Pr' r '(, Dan. ! "iti'-ra- t. :;";;! i ;;vi ."It's er quite simpler stammered ', ' the young man. "Simple!" ahe laughed. ' "Do you know:-'- what" iff cost?. Do yo.u know twenty , golden ' sovereigns wouldn't ' , ' cover itf" ' . "Perhaps not", said the disapprov ipfTyomh. "Bui :thirty", might." well .,; s spread out P. , , . . A DIPLOMAT . The principal of a certain Indiana school is very thin.- - Al she bt very sensitive about this quality. : At her school no ene mentions It . , Recently several of her boys had a long series of quarrels' with the boy of the neighboring ward school. The principal talked and talked . against fighting, but. with no results. The fighting continued. Finally, one day. she announced that she would give the combatants at her school a thrashing if any more fray followed. A long time and all was quiet ', Then one day came the usual fight and, of course, the inevitable lining up for' the ''i "HcklnV" "Before I punish yon, I want you to ' tell me what yon were fighting about this, flme," ; the principal told , t the recreant ones. ; 011 were silent bnt finally the least -fighter spoke up. ; "Weil, the boys at that building teased us and" raid that we had the skinniest principal la town, and we told them you weren't skinny at all. but slender, and thea . ; ' they, began fighting. , Needless to say no one got thrashod, ' " r ';; v:- .' I John Henry Remembered. John Henry, recently graduated frosa the Infants' .class In Sunday, school, la the source of much pride to hi parents on account of his rather remark-abl- e ability to memorise easily. He seldom falls to repeat the text One Sunday the lesson had been taken from Psalm : The Lord ia the twenty-thir- d my shepherd; I shall not want be maketh roe lie down in green pastures; be leadeth me beside the still waters." Early the following' Holiday morning, before the sun bad dried the graaa of dew, the little lot, literally wallowing on the lawn, waa discovered by Ma r mother. .' "John Henry, get out, of that wet grass snd come here' this minute," she !':'; ' exclaimed. ,' ."But mamma," he caned cacx,' u maketh me to lie down In; green pa. ., . " - . - it ,, '""'''",'' ; m circum , ' i sture,, ' . Wonehalanc. ' "Is Jib way In comfortable V- Defl. i. , . v.' . stances T" "That fog baa no respect for the trie to create that Impression." language puriataV'' I'M: CM "Whv notr:.'-- ' :."How aor.'."..-1--- ' "11a refers to hi S10.000 bungalow "Because It persists in taking thing : a a 'shack.'" Into Its mist". .. ?, , u-"- He 4-- :' uiiumiumitiiaiiiig at the presnt time !r.T ? , " ' L 7 ! i stag- i 'y...;- i ... . gered, "How do you like my gown aald his sister when dressed for a victory It has practically t fungus, then, develops another stage ,hy late. f exterminated the chestnut trees wlthla which It Is enabled to pass baca to tne .; The .uncontrolled ravages of the late a radius of Kew York and Is pines. If Atfttof theTfrrant and blight and rot of potatoes In 1016 was rapidly accomplishing The complete bnsbe wesprevent. the dla goowberry responsible for the shortage In the po- rujn. of mtrj'msgnlfl'vnfchestaut for- - rose from infecting our white pines. tato crop which sent prices soaring. estJL of thfrSouth,,Thejoss' Is man.vH Jlence the sejvatlon of these tnagnlfl Powdery scale and- scurf are two other ruflllon dollars and" its ultlrnate" fnd" cen tfeesdepepd td p. large, detre potato diseases which hnve been win be the extinction of one 'of1' the ton' whether oeorlle are willing to fore brought to from abroad. More recent- roost useful and. most profitable Anier4 go the luxury of currant Jelly and ly, the potato wart disease, establish'. Icatv forest trees, as no remedy lias gooseberry am.v i ed In Pennsylvania from European Im- been found. ."Tbe aystf m of Inserting Jhe Imporecently-- , it .was Only portation has given cause for alarm. found thnt; a similar disease attacking rtation of foreign nursery stock has from Eu-- the poplars had oeen ' Imported fmm proved Ineffectual because the eyesight The Hessian fly, Introduced , causes atr' - ibVMriierfesTTrafr Jpein7reoluflonflry-tnnerof iheTflWconrpetent mspector is not . vK over c w a wiae area or tne vnuo pinies. dapithle of dlscover1tvrvT-Insec- t nTemi;; auuua, ef .flftv million dollars, and in some Other . dangerous pests . introduced plant disease on every plant Many years the loss from this one insect haa from abroad. are, the Oriental peach of them, especially fungi.' are bidden exceeded' one million dollars.' The loss sooth, the Japanese beetle, the Euro- under the bark atid are entirely Invisof fruit due to the codling moth, to- pean earwig, 'the Leopard motbv the ible. It must be remembered thaf of control-'n- g gether with the money spent In alfalfa weevil, the European eelwerm. many of these pests we have no con this Insert, costs the United Btstes , TW European corn borer la' a' pest TptloTi. taed on experience In Its na bout sixteen million .dollars a year. which nppnreotjy was brought to' Hi tlve lend, 'as to It destructive power Another imported fruit Insect, the San United States ia a cargo of hemp' un- under, American conditions. t Jose scale, entails a loss of at least loaded .at a repe factory near Boston. question "what shall we dd 5 ten million dollars annually. . bout ttr has been answered correctly corn, It la exceedlacty destructive motn 'n rt feeding by boring In the stalk. In" Its by the federal embargo," 'which prohib The tale of the gypsy plant front bald rhyme, Illustrates what happens operation It works upward, eating out Ita further Importation are as develsuch abroad specifically from the chamber United a The except pith.' when an Insect reaches the hot- - sanctioned' by. the United,; 8tates deare T also sometimes ears another country. oping from State . " Jowedj out As high as W per cent of partment of sericulture, paraphrase: beguB too" BBkjB- . - sraaa - at "rjf- " , aa .' v ar A- iou Hesitate to (xivc 100-ml- ,.-- T -- C si - ". .'a'- S3 ' "'V' a Coffee to Cliilaron 19, l . r ft eutr -r' Then;w folks? ' Not Going to Withdraw It A man. who hsd a very, bad hi" "pwch once got Into an argument with an acqualntahc to ' whom he had taken a great dislike. The dispute became hotter and hotter until the unfortunate stammerer completely - lost, his temper. ool T he shouted fuTon're a the acquaint"8lr," replied riously. ance coldly, "you most retract that at retorted the stam"Never once." too glad to merer, "rm only . T The picturesque story f of,-t- he rela tion between the length of Henry L's arm and the standard yard which the lord chancellor wilt disinter from the walls of Westminster palace vls one we should all, like to accept, writes a correspondent of the Manchester Guardian. But the historical standards have changed so often that there must be many gaps In the chain of descent If the yard and the pound are, as described they must be exact copies of the less romantic standards of the board of trade,' which date from no later than 18$4. ' And why prosy Victorian should have burled them In a wall Is hard to understand. The oldest standard In existence, so far as I know. Is the yard of Henry VII, which should be In the Jewel house, but, aa it hat only 85,083 Inches It is no longer good measure. Parliament had a standard troy "pound and a new yard constructed lh 1760.' They were deposited with the clerk to the house of commons, but 'In the fire of 1834 the pound was lost and the yard lnJtirtd.,Thl8 yaril'wa; then lost sight of until 1891, when It was placed in ) the lobhv of the clerk's residence, in-a standard "stone" of .14 gether with ' ; pounds. ' ,i ' WAS 1 Oa WW ItS Uaaal TMI Satda fex Ml la aaail- i nmm arHwtal, fcMta, nt -- i"" 1 YOUNGSTER Story of th Standard Yard and Ita After His .Explanation. , What Waa There for the "Slender" School- - . T Origin Must Be Accepted With Some Reservation. mistress to Dot ' 1 It happened the other Sunday at one of the downtown churches the christening of a pair of twins. All went well the moment when the rector asked, "and what Is the child's name?" The father drew himself up proudly and answered: "Pershing Foch Halg Marne Mons Lloyd George Wilson Jones." The rector gasped. Then, taking a deep breath he turned to the mother, who was holding the other child. "And the name of this?" he asked. The meek little woman smoothed her dress nervously and almost whispered , "Maud.", , c , ;.'' It la Mil Mfaml frrt anv acnrnaft dread the thought of aa operation. So manv women have been restored to health by thla f amoua remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compoand, after an operation baa been advised that it will pay any woman who suffers from .nek aifnwntav to ennaMer trwtas It ha. fore submitting to such a trying ordeal. .... i , Full Clery et Cherry Blossoma, ' Blooming of the cherry tree In Japan occurred earlier ' this year than usual, " owing " to " the " exceptionally warm weather of the early months. The i blossoms were, out In great profusion on 8un4ay, ,Mach Sa The hlgan aakura. trees In Uyeno jerk were tn full bloom; the yosbino, or common variety, came out In full florescence ori April S, the annh vetsaxy of the first emperor of japnn. c Everybody id"Japnn enjoyed the of springtime. ' - arbo-rescen- ' "' r ' ;''""' ' i t - ft w Boiled full 1 5 minutes after 'fll bbamffiii; littaste Vplesnets In Srltaln. , The two great centers of earthquake activity In the British Isle sra Com bur.- ilou can pleasantly ive ine quesuon or a table drink by mvincr all "i rte. In Perthshire, and Mersee island, In themouth of the Bluckwater, ea the Essex coast In both these localities earthquakes are frequent and earthquakes are usually a sign of vol cnnlc activity. Highly unpleasant as It would be, geologists would b po more surprised ai the resurrection of one of the Brlttsh volcanoes than they have been at the rebirth of Mount EV t Tnuch like superior cofree. ; Its an econbniye . V TPr 1 atiti At Grccen. ae-t- fl 1 Sf m . . . - M.