Foyil City Breeze. (Foyil City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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FLOWER BOX IS MADE HANDY
email Storaoe Tsnk Conoesled Un-
derneath Prevents Buffering From
Leek of Water.
The Rower box herewith Illustrated
Is to prevent the flowers from suffer-
ing for leek of water through neglect,
says the Homoetead. As shown la
the Illustration the two lower figures
show the bos In detail, the upper Illus-
tration shows the completed box. The
principal feature of the box to a
small storage tank concealed la the
INSECT ENEMIES OF TOBACCO
Damage Dene ly Pests Growing Larg-
er Saeh Year Throughout the
Oountry -taey to Oentrol.
The United ma tee produoee approx-
imately 1.000.000,000 pounds of tobacco
•vary year, but the farmers who grow
this enormous crop pay saeh year a
large dividend to Inssot peets. The
number of serious tobaooo peets Is not
large, and moot of them are subject
to easy methods of oontrol. Tot, re-
gardless of tbeee faots, the damege to
tobaooo by Inseots Is growing hoarier
year by year. True, not eli of this
loss Is preventable, but a large amount
of loee may be avoided by proper meth-
Carry©—Do you love art for art's
Daisy—I beg your pardon, but his
name la Arthur.
Edith—Isn't Alice the lucky glrlt
Just as she had decided to throw Jack
over be broke the engageme&t
Edith—Well, now she's going to sue
him for breach of promise.
"Why Is It that they can't find a
•white hope,' mar
"Because they first have to find a
B an who Is White."
FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
Where the Winters Are Cold and the
Writing from the vicinity David
Harum made famous, a man says that
ha wss an habitual coffee drinker, and.
although bo knew It was doing him
b^pn, was too obstinate to give It up.
till all at once he went to pleceo with
nervousness and insomnia, loss of ap*
petite, weakness, and a generally
used-up feeling, which practically un-
fitted him for his arduous occupation.
kept him on a couch at homo
when his duty did not call him out.
"While In this condition Grape-
Nuts food was suggested to me. and I
began to use it Although It was In
the mlddla of winter, and the ther-
mometer was often below aero, almoot
my entire living for about six weeks
of severe exposure wss on Orape-Nuts
food with a little bread and butter and
a cup of hot water, till I was wise
enough to iw*>r* Postum my table bev
"After the first two weeks I began
to feel better and during the whole
winter I never loot a trip on my mall
route, frequently being on the road
f or 8 hours at a time.
"The constant marvel to ma was
how a person could do the amount of
VOrk and endure the fatigue and hard-
ahip as I did, on so small an amount
of food. But I found my new rations
go perfectly satlafactory that I have
continued them—using both Poetum
and Grape-Nuts at every meal, and
often they comprise my entire meaL
"All my nervousnsss, Irritability and
| «ftwniia bave disappeared and healthy,
natural sleep has come back to me
But what has been perhaps the greet
est surprise to me Is the fact that
with the benefit to my general health
has come a remarkable Improvement
la my eyesight
"If a good appetite, good digestion,
good eye-eight, strong nerves and an
active brain are to be deelred. I can
say from my own experience, aae
Grape-Nuts and Poetum." Name gives
by Postum Co, Battle Creek. Mich.
Road the little booh. "The Road to
Wallville," In pkgs. "There's a
lower section. The water is supplied
to the plants through cloth wicks, or
sponges, as needed. The wicks are
simply placed in holee bored through
the bottom of the top ssction, as
shown at C C C. To renew the water
In the tank without removing the top
section a small metal pipe Is placed In
the end of the box. as shown at AA. A
wire telltale Is made by placing a cork
on a wire and allowing ssme to float
on the water in the tank, thus tail-
ing by the length of wire extending
out through the tube. A, Just bow
much water is contained In the stor-
sge tank. Plant food may also be fed
to the flowers by making a solution of
ssme and placing It In the storage
tank. The box as shown may be made
ornamental, as well as useful.
SPRAYER FOR SMALL TREES
Apporstuo Mey Be Wheeled Along
Row of Plento With Delivery
Pipe on Cither Bide.
Wlnkleby gated at the new triplets
with fatherly pride, but not a little
apprehension in his eye, nevertheless.
"What are you thinking, dearT" ask-
ed Mrs. Wlnkleby, softly.
"Nothing, dear, nothing," he said,
falterlngly, "only don't you think that
it would be wiser for us hereafter to
build up our little family on the in-
stallment plan?"—Harper's Weekly.
Her Ides of s Chicken Farm.
Every little actress In New York has
a Long Island chicken farm. A well-
known leading lady recently decided to
follow the way of her sisters She
secured a lease on a good bit of prop-
erty and then sought out a reputable
"I want," she said firmly, "a thou-
sand hens and"—less firmly—"a thou-
Leaf Injured by Leaf Miner.
ods of sowing the seeds, cultivation,
rotation and various other indirect aa
well as direct remedies which affect
the Insects themselves.
The tobacco Leaf Miner is en In-
sect which Is considered easy to con
troL The injury made by this insect
is manifested by large irregular
blotches appsarlng on the leavoe.
These are at first whitish, but later
become very dry and parchment-like.
Leaves lnjursd In this way are unfit
for wrappsr purposes, as they tear
There are two generations of the
Leaf Miner each year, the winter be>
ing passed In the adult stage, the
adults hiding away in trash found
about ths tobacco barns.
The horss or bull ssems to be the
original food plant of this insect hence
all weeds of this typs should be kept
out of the tobacco.
Frequent cultivation of the to-
bacco, stirring the ooil up quite cloee
to the plants will bury the pupee so
deeply that the adult moths will he
unable to reach the surface.
The larvae may be destroysd In
ths leaves by plnoblng them, and If
a close watch la kspt they may be
deetroyed In this way before they
Constipation causes and aggravates many
serious aiseaaes. It is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta. Ths favor-
ite family laxative.
It's the contrariness of her sex that
induces a woman to agree with a man
Just when he doesn't want her to.
Tovr flmfgl.t will roland money I
v.. Itching, Blind,
In 6 uj 14 dan. Mo.
No one but a gossip can attend to
everybody's business at the samo
ON A PROFIT-SHARING BASIS
Msnsgor's Offer Most Qsnsrous, Still
It Is Posslbls Thst ths Qrssssr
A common method of dealing with
greaser laborers in the new state of
New Mexico Is to have them work oa
shares. A somewhat original applica-
tion of the system Is told on a well-
known manager of one of the 80,000-
A certain Mexican had been ao-
costlng the manager several tlmea
and asking for a Job.
"Well, come over to my office," the
boss told him finally, "and maybe I
can fix up something with you."
Now, I need a lot of postholes dug,"
"What will you give mar askad the
"Well," replied the employer gener-
ously, "I will give you half. You can
dig my half on my ranch, and can put
your half wherever you please—plok
out soft ground for them If you
want to."—Metropolitan Magaslne.
How He Was Hurt.
Sunday School Teacher—And when
the prodigal son came home, what
Tommy—His father ran to meat
him and hurt himself.
Sunday School Teacher — Why,
where did you get that?
Tommy—It said his father ran and
fell on his neck. I bet It would hurt
you to fall on your neck!
Why suffer under the curse of Dyspepsia
when Garfield Tea can remove it?
A rn,T| never forgives his enemies Many reputations blow up when a
until be wishes them prosperity. I political campaign is in full blast
Tobaooo Loaf Minor.
have done much damage. The loaves
seem to bo able to recover from alight
Injury, whereas if the larvae is allowed
to continue Its work, the leaves never
Do not allow a lazy liver to retard your healthful
progress through life. Your liver is about the most
important organ of your body, and unless kept in good
condition, you cannot expect to feel well. In fact, so
Important is the work of your liver, that upon it de-
pends, very largely, the proper workings of all the
other organs of your body. .
When if s working properly, you feel fresh, bright,
happ^^f^ ^logged'up, you feel tired, worn-out,
sick, weak and miserable, tor more than 70 years
The spraying apparatus shown In
the Illustration may be wheeled
along a row of plants or small trees
as desired. The top of the tank Is
adapted to servo aa a platform. The
delivery pipe has a pair of downward-
ly projecting arms, each of which Is
provided with four nosslea The de-
livery pipe may be swung to either
side of the teak.
Roaettlnfl the Orchard.
Uniformly poor results have fol-
lowed the replacing of trsee that died
Immediately by other troee of the
same kind. But If the hole la opened
up la the fall and allowed to lie un-
til la the spring, It Is safe then to
plant out a tree at the same hind
that which died.
The hole should ha opened out _
good deal wider and deeper than se>
ossssry to receive the new tree. The
purpose should bo to get out a large
part of the dirt around the root aye-
tem of the Bret tree that oocupied the
Otty grafting baa its drawbacks and
many grafters hre going to Jail these
gays, but ths farmer who Improves
the quality of hla frfilt by grafting
batter varletiea oa old steaks will
never he proeocuted.
Troee that are well tended beautify
Fertlllss ths orchard for next sea-
Plum trses should be pruned about
the earns aa appls trsee.
There Is no phase of Itfo that la not
Influenced by good roads.
Gradually bring the hyacinth aad
narcissus Into ths heat and IlghL
Provide for the future by planning
a small strawberry patch this spring.
Go over the fruit and vegetables la
the cellar, and throw out thoee decay-
Unleached wood aahes are rich In
potash, varying from six to forty par
Ths earlier swsst peas are sown
the larger the number at flowers pro-
Nearly all varlotloa of plume bear
better cropa of fruit whan a number
of varieties are growing near eaoh
Whan grass Is psrmlttsd to ripen Its
•Md, It loeee the largest part of Its
Applying raw rock phosphate to the
aoll by i"« tng It with manure la con-
sidered one of the heat methods of ap-
The germs of peat-blight oooaatoa-
ally attack apricot troee, aad the only
remedy Is to out and burn the lnfeot-
Spraying has corns to he ceo of the
uneecapable teaks at the agriculturist
whatever bis particular line of pro
Mildew In Its early etagee appears
as white frost-llks patches oa twigs,
teavoo or fruit checking their growth
of filing them outright.
has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach
and bowels, by relieving biliousness, headache, con-
stipation, indigestion, sour stomach, dyspepsia, colds,
Kea^what Mr. F.R. Huffman, of Waynesville.
N.G,says: "I suffered dreadfully with indigestion and
heart trouble. I tried various medicines in wain, but
Thedford's Black-Draught has restored me to almost
rerfect health. It has become a household treasure,
consider it more than worth its weight in gold.
Black-Draught is sold by your dealer. Be sure
to get the genuine—'Thedford's." Price 25 cents.
A good way to give
the thorough watertng
thsr are dry is to ss<
Pruning the currant sonatata el
cutting away all dead wood,
thinning out the aew growth aa aap
The fruit aad _
akould ha altaatad In a wall shattered
spot havtag the fall heaett of '
sen aad where the Ball la well tnli
Try Sloan's Liniment for your rheu-
matism— don't rub — just lay it on
lightly. It goes straight to the sore
spot Quickens the blood, limbers up
the muscles and joints and stops
Mrs. Julia. Thomas of Jackson,
CaL, writes: "I have used your Lini-
ment for rheumatism with anach sac-
MAS-rra J. Tunis, 189 10th Ave.,
.. paterson, N. J., writeas—"I waa a
cripple with rheumatism lor two yeais aad I could not move at all: had
to bo carried from place to place. I tried remedies and could not get bet-
Mr, until 1 tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed me up fa good shape
aad aow I always have a bottle la the house for my wife aad children.
kffla say Mad of pain. Good lor Neuralgia, Toothache, Lasjhago aad
Cheet Psiaa. Boldby aB dealssa. Pricm 2Sc.. SO«. m d $U>0.
1 iiMi I oa B—. Coals. Bags sad *el>| iisifcae. tllm
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