t V In Every-Hen
Don't .Xil.l Your’ Yearling ‘Birds
New System of Poultry Keeping.
I! You Keep Chickens
CUT THIS OUT
"The great trouble with the poultry
always been (h t the iaying
was too short," says enry
r nesrly eighteen years
ry uocess. - s
puiiet lays 159 e gs .If
air. she may
csm a highly proiltabie basis over 3 Derio
of tour to six years‘ time if given proper
“'5' 0 work to t 1000 eggs from
coby of be sent absolutely
tree to any reader who keeps six hens or
want your hens to make more
You cut this out and send it
. ., an B free copy 0: h
1000 HEN Bulletin will be sent by
return mail. 4 T K ,
Now‘ 88 Years Old But ‘Works At
Rude of Blacksmith and Feels
' Younger Since Pile:
rm oldest sctlva blacksmith in man-
u Doun-ling his anvil in the
town-ot Iiomer-thanks to my internal
method at treating Dlles.
Mn -‘Mob Lion. llomzr. men.
I wish that you could hear him tell of
any ex eriences ’ ointni-ants.
ves, diiators. etc., a tried my
thod. liere is 3 letter just received
from h mt .
Page. Marshall, Mich.
r: 1 want ou to know what
me. i hag
treatment has done tor
s r many years In
and all kinds of tree.
use my letter any way you n
hope it will lead others to try this won.
derful remedy. h
. Yours truly.
' J. L. LYON.
There are thousands or slilicted people
Iurtering w h piles w o ave never yet
tried he ono sensible way of treating
thorn. ‘ '
Do cut. Don't waste money on
foolish natives. ointments, diistormret
what your Age or occupation-it you are
troubled with plies, my method will re-
lievd you promp y.
This liberal offer of free treatment is
for you to neglect ztslnglo
or now. Send no money, sim-
wily mail the coupon-but do this now--
FREE PILE REMEDY
E. R, Pas.
3?: K Page lll:ig., Marshall, Mini:
Please send free trial of
.. -I The Prince of the Ring.
"I"llERE is an old story of a prince who
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mother-a. ring that would help him to
be good and use would pinch him ir he.
he kicked his dog and he felt
H8 was selnsh and head-
strong and treated his servants cruelly.
Eschvtline he did these things. the ring
he pulled it oi!
wer. - .
One day, he imprisoned a beautiful girl
ecause she said she could not love h
come base, revenge'.":l. greedy and brutal."
She changed him into a. repulsive mon-
ster. making him appear as he rea y
was at heart.
e was soon caught in a. trap and
suffered crueltles. Often he heard him-
self-the prince who had disappeared-e
spoken of with scorn and hatred.
A last, after mnny experiences, he
learned self-control and
broke the spell by loving the dove. and
he became ct prince again.
' he returned to the palace. he
hurriedly sought the ring and put it on.
Never again did it leave his linger and
never again did it pinch him. hru much
in meat. a had at last learned the
Drecious lesson of selbcontroi.
The Turtle Race.
IT “'AS :1. rainy afternoon and Bob and
Dick were as cross two sticks.
Mother covered her ears with her hands
to shut out the noise of their qusrreiing.
She wondered what she could do to drive
the storm out of doors.
door opened and big sis u
home from college looked into see what
All the noise in the nursery was about.
You r see two such trouble-
some boys?" asked mother.
“it's 'cause it's raining and we can't
go out and We'ye nothing to do," said
"And ‘cause were tired of all our old
games snd t know any new ones,‘
"Well, I know just n. damiy gamnz."
cried Nell "It's called the turtle race."
“Oh, we now that one," pouted hob,
urtle never heard of a hare,
hut, or course. if you don't want to hear
its--" She turned toward
“But We do want to." Said Dick. Catali-
ing hold of her skirt and pulling her
get me CL large piece of card-
board. a. pair of scissors and a piece of
strins'.".sairi Neil, “MR I'll show you
how to play." ' -
it wasn't long before the smile
two large turtles,
combieted she cut them out and thru
the middle of the heads she cut :1 small
"Now for the string." she said, and
slipped one end of each piece of string
thru the hole of a turtle, “The other
mi of the string I shall tie to the
d you Dick. each take
now itneelim: on the
floor hefora the table, snvl between (ham
and the tab the
turtles, on 3 “Hues
DJ having the string go thru the hole
in their heads W
than with two feet resting on
"hire ion rand)’ tor the race?” .4
g. , .
D s itcnin"
Veal: While You VVOI .
. V V. V.
LADIES, l'I1CSl'3H"E TOUR YOIi"I1lFUI:
In -no luznenwu ne-nu
in A skin food
nimplw. hicmian or
a raw cm. a-
Box Mi. Bulmiiiv. 1'5.
tiller] It in am: -mu
delu. but vi-in at once.
"We arel">cried. the boys.
"Then." ssid ell, moving the turtles
along the string until they were against
the leg of the ta 12, "the game is to see
which y can make his turtle move
along the string, without lifting its legs
from the lloor. to the end of the string
and back to- the’ tnble leg again in the
shortest time." ‘ . - '
wii-at tun those boys had. shoots at
laughter filled the air as they wiggied
t e strings and the turtles wlggied for-
ward. Then Bob jerked his string too
hard the turtle slid t e w
hack to the table leg. End he had to be-
gin aill over again. Finsliy Dick shouted
for joy. '
“I know how to do it. IFS :1. trick."
he cried, "Look. by keeping the turtle
bent a. little bit forward you prevent it
ti-om sliding back land it Jiggies forward
when you tug at the string." '
Bob tried that way. too. and it worked
surprisingly well until by accident he
lifted the turtle's less from i. e
the turtle leaned backward instead of
1!. a way
table, and his ;troubles began all over,
At last a shout announced that Dick’:
efforts had won him the race. and amid
much laughter his turtle was proclaimed
the victor. .
The Gasoline Kids.
DEBTS (log was limping along on
three feet. - .
‘Look, daddy! 'l‘ige's not hitting on
all his cylinders.“ -
“VVhy, Teddy! How did you catch that
"Oh. 1 dc: runnecl him and runned him
‘till his gas give out."
Small Helen objected to having her
throat sprayed. “I wouldn‘t mind
much if you would let me hank it
‘myself!’ ' .
> “Tommy. can you spell?" -
“Sure! I can even‘ spell words of four
cylinders!" ‘ I
“My goodness. Carlo!" said Tommy.
after a. roughsnnd-tumble romp. "I
guess we'd better stop and let you cool
01! your motor." ‘ '
"Look mother," walled Ned
int; to a hole in his stocking. ‘
NTIE, may I have another piece
Willie. It will
tooth Ache more."
' it won’ It'll ju
in front of the mists
‘only make your
t. st go rind eat it
G No ‘
-l. A letter in “and."
2. A sister of charity.
3. An abbreviation at ‘it is uot.".
4. Men who ninnsge a ship.
No. 2 has three letters, N0. 3v has Eve
and No. 4 seven. Vl’hen these are written
in order. one under the other. the sjdes
of the gable will spell the name in plural
at industrious little insects.
Geonlnhlcul nolble Aermitlc.
‘Primais and iinals spell the names
of two ianious American watering
1. A. monumental host: of stones.
2. A irl’s n me. . ,
s 3. A tropical American tree or the pas-
sion nower family.
4. To furnish.
5. A West Indian fruit.
7. A boat. V
An dlpernlie Lldder.
e’t‘wo prlma donnas. you well ltnuw
Their beauty and (slants hztvo um
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L i. One of the U. S. A.
2. '3. A match.
3. 2, Proud! .
4. A (miss of
5. .l nmmui Men. (pi...-..
g. -i. Unsrwho assumes ii.ll0thel“r(
4. 7. A man's name.
'4, 3. A Vegetnllld.
20‘-i. Avid 3. ‘Gift!’ to an insect “M
ilnd 25 Vegetable.
2. Add a letter to an insect and
to torture. >
- 3. Edward-Ward.
3. Add). letter to an insect :A.in.l’ llilil to
slant. ‘ ’ ’ ' ‘
4. Add 3 letter to an insa
5. Add a. letter to
6. Add a. letter to
7. Add a letter to
any opening or o . .
3. Add 11 letter to an insect and ilnd an
incorporated town or village. '
‘ind mid to
‘an insect and rind
an insect and nmi on.)
an insect‘ and ilnvl
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