Trnck Farming. The importance of truck farming in the United States is made manifest by the statistics furnished in a bulletin issued by the census ofiice. Fro'm this we learn that there are upward of -JUM),-000, 000 invested in this growing industry and that the 'annual product reaches a value of over $175,000,000. Truck farming, farm-ing, according to the authority quoted, occupies 534,410 acres of land and cm-ploys cm-ploys 210,765 men, 9,254 women and 11.S74 children, aided by 75.8S0 horses and mules aud $3,971,206 worth of implements. im-plements. Cabbage, which covers the largest acreage of truck, occupies 41,054 acres. Celery is named as the most expensive ex-pensive kind of truck for the farmer, and at the same time the most profitable. Tho most important locality for truck farming includes the states of Pennsylvania, Pennsyl-vania, New Jersey and New York.