The Cushing Citizen (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1914 Page: 3 of 10
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tn th* hill* Whrra tbey sr«» to grow
aa aooft aa there Is no mo»< danger
from tha frost They *111 ba plenty
early enough in ripening.
Of course, the cucumber Is tha back-
bone of the whole plcklo business.
One can hardly have too many of
them, so they may be planted and re-
planted as long as the season will
If the bugs get after them, use a
little sulphur to dust them with, and
the pests will leave. It la a good
thing to mix a little sulphur in the
dirt around the hill. Unless the bugs
are mom than usually troublesome, It
is a pretty sure preventive.
There should be at least three kinds
of peppers sown, the "bull-nose,"
which will be used green for stuffing,
the small podded red pepper, valuable
either green or ripe for mixing with
onions, cucumbers and the like, and
the large red pepper which should
be allowed to ripen, and is then sliced
through the sour cucumber pickles to
give them the proper "tang."
One does not need more than half
a dozen plants of each variety, but
that number should be provided with-
out fail. They may be bought from
a market-gardener, if one is sure of
getting the right kinds, but the surest
way to get what one wants is to raise
them in window boxes.
They should be set out rather early,
aB they require a long season.
How many use the little green seed
pods of the early radishes for mixed
pickles? They are very nice, having
a slight peppery flavor, something like
water-cress. They should be pickled
before tl^ey begin to get tough. If not
ready to use them Just then, drop
them in a Jar of brine and they will
be all right to use any time. I let
my first planting of radishes go to
seed for this purpose.
Then there are beans. As a rule,
people do not appreciate the value of
these for pickling. They are nice used
either by thetaselves or In mixtures of
There are several varieties of pole
beans that can be depended on to bear
until cut off by the frost, and so are
ready for use at any time. The two I
like the best are the Kentucky Won-
der and the Louisiana Cutshort. The
former has a large pod, and is fine to
pickle separately. The latter Is small,
tender and fleshy, and is excel-
lent for mixed pickles, especially
those put up in mustard dressing.
Either of these may be planted early,
and will bear steadily hot months,
■ending out new runner* all the time.
Citrons, watermelons, cantaloupes,
and beets are other pickling possibili-
ties. No one with an eye to the
future, will overlook part or all of
these at garden-making time.
In years when fruit is scarce, a little
foresight at planting time will furnish
August 1. The Jane and July plant'
men will not be good If weather Is
too hot or dry.
I'arsley—A dosen or more plants,
start In bouse or sow In garden In
I'eaa—Twenty Ave or fifty feet of
double row. April 1. smooth kind. April
16. wrinkled. May 1 and May 16
Champion of Kngland or other later
Potatoes—Extra early kind, a dosen
or three dosen hills
Itadlshes -Fifty feet. April 1; 26
feet April 16. May 1 and May 16.
Squash—One or two hills, May 1.
June 1. July 1.
Tomatoes—Two dozen plants, set
out June 1. Sow a pinch of seed In
the open ground the first week In May
for plants of late bearing and for
green tomatoes for pickles.
Distance Between Rows.
Two feet: Lettuce, onionB, parsley,
bush beans and beets.
Three feet: Cabbage, potatoes and
Four feet: Corn, pole beans and
Five feet: Cucumbere and tomatoes.
Six feet: Melons and vine squash.
Give the vegetables room or they
will not flourish. Plant fairly thick
and thin to—
Two inches: Radishes.
Four inches: Onions and bush
Six inches: Beets, carrots, spinach,
Twelve inches: Lettuce.
Twenty-four inches: Bush limas,
Three plantB to a hill: Cucumbers,
squash and corn.
Peas: Sprinkle thickly in double
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..-•I. W. L DODOLAa.
Mr • K CrwkMI. Ik* Hroltlsb
•list, wtmae d*a(h Is aaaoaatid, was
fond of r»!allng among his Inlimaisa
how b» tn>l his beet of • l*e*. It was
his day of early struggl* >(• had
wrlttea for a U-ndun dally a rwvlew of
on» of MUti< r • books Pleased
with the review, which was unsigned.
Mr. Mllwr communicated with the
writer of It and Invited him eventual-
ly to visit bis home In Msncbester
la time the Invitation was accepted
Ths future novelist of fsme fell In
lova with MUs Mliner, and a marriage
of perfect happiness was the result
" Shoe Polishes
Shakespeare and Bacon.
It has not been proven that flacon
wrote the plays known ss Shake-
speare's. The various attempts at
such task have all turned out to be
melancholy failures. It has been shown
that there are many difficulties In the
way of believing that the historical
Shakespeare wrote the Immortal dra-
mas. but it has not been shown tbst
anybody else wrote them. The Strat-
ford man Is still in possession of the
glory of their authorship, and if be
is not entitled to the honor It la Im-
possible to say who is.
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aad berwed at thai I bad to srralcd M
aail) 11 waa Irritated Tie
»raJed of aad a*ow«d ^lately la mt
It alee caased my lair to
off aad becoass very tola. I
um-4 severs! r»medi*e which did Ml
cure and gave bet llllla relief After
I received a Crew sample of Calfcara
ftoap and Ointment 1 begaa asiaff
them according lo directions I
cured two cakes of Cut leer* Soap aad
two boaes of Cutlcura Ointment, which
cared me perfectly" (ll.gnedi Miss
Willie M Walker. Jaly St. III*.
Cutlcura Boap and Olntmeat sold
throughout the world Bample of each
free with 32 p Skin Hook Addrees posU
card "Cutlcura. Dept 1- Hoe ton."—Adv.
On Australian Btsmpe.
The Kookaburra, wblch Is lo Bgura
on the new Australian stamps. Is
kind of isughing jackass of the king-
fisher tribe, an.I about the site of a
crow. He kills anakea. Is an optimist
by nature, laughing at sunrise
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Itch. IU«ewe. Tenet,
! Wotwi ot awe other
foot druggist** ar If
Advance Fight on Mites.
The warm days are here and with
them have come the lice and mites
that fill every nail hole and crack in
your chicken-house. You should white-
wash the inside of the building, have
plenty of ventilation, and if you then
burn sulphur to fumigate with you can
keep the insects pretty well under
Grooming cows pays. It stimulates
the blood, thus promoting digestion,
milk secretion and general health.
Moreover, the satisfaction of having
clean cows is worth the bother.
Water for Ducks.
It Is a mistake to think that ducks
cannot be raised without a swimming
pool, as they need only enough water
for drinking purposes.
GILT EDGE th. omlr l«W
tfrelv contains OIL. Bltclu aad poluhe* ladies' and
children's boots and shoes, shines without rub-
bing. 25c, "French Gloss," 10c.
STAR combination for cleaning and polishing aD kinds
af russet or tan shoes, 10c. "Dandy" siie 25c.
"QUICK WHITE" (in liquid,form with spoaae)
quicltly clean* and whitens dirty canvas shoes,
10c and 25c.
BABY ELITE combinarioa lor gentlemen whs take
pride in having their shoes look Al. Rratotss color and
lustre Is all black shoes. Pokah with s brush of cloth, IOc.
Elite" size 25c.
If your dealer does not keep the kind you want, scad
as the price in stamps for a f uU size package, charges paid.
WHITTEMORE BROS. A CO.
IS-26 Albany St. Cambridge, Maaa.
Th* Oldest mi Lmrgat Marmfacturtn if
Shot PoUihu In ths World.
Soda Fountain : We have made up ready for
prompt shipment 6, 8, 10, 12 and 30 ft. front
system, pump servioe outfits, Dew and slightly
and, at a big saving in price on easy monthly
payments. The Groaman Co.. Inc., Dallas,Tex.
Sizing Up Louis.
There recently came to a fashion-
able shoe shop in Chicago a daughter
of a man whose wealth has been ac-
quired within very recent years. The
young woman was disposed to patron-
ize the clerk, and rejected a number
of "classy" slippers he produced for
her approval. Finally she said:
"I think, perhaps, I shall take these
two pairs. But Louis XV heels are
too high for me. Give me a size lower
—or, stay—perhaps Louis XIII will be
The Mexican student was watching
his first northern football game. It
held his interest firmly. His face grew
flushed, his arms were flung out, he
"Do you call this a game?" he
asked of the man at his right.
"Sure," was the reply, "what would
you call it?"
"In my country," said the stranger
from across the border, "we would call
It a seven-day pitched battle!"
One of the Finest.
Policeman—What's your name, little
Little Girl (who la lost)—Fanny El-
Policeman—But what's your name
in ths country?
Cheapest Hired Man.
The hired man with horse sense,
even though he asks more dollars per
month In pay, will be the cheapest tn
Full-grown green tomatoes may be
kept about two months by wrapping
many excellent substitutes to fill the them in psper and storing ttfem in a
otherwise empty cellar. i cooi place.
For wire cuts use Hanford's
If you don't want people to
criticize what they do.
"Learn to sit or Btand erect and
breathe deep," says a health expert.
"Remember that your blood cannot be
properly washed with half a lungful of
air any more than you can take a
proper bath In a few pints of water."
Everybody must know what a joy
there is In the deep breathing of the
pure air of the morning. The lungs
respond to the stimulus much as the
body reacts from a dash of cold water.
Examine carefully every bottla of
CA8TOKIA, a safe and sure remedy tar
infants and children, and sea that it
In Use For Over 80
Children Cry for Fletcher** Caatoria
"Can't you advance me five thousand
marks, Isaac? My rich old uncle has
one foot in the grave, you know."
"Yes, but what Is he doing with tha
If you wish beautiful, clear, white
clothes, u*e Bed Cross Ball Blue. At sll
good grocers. Adv.
You never can tell. Many a shallow
mind has been concealed behind a
Made since 1846—Hanford's Balsam.
Many a man who has that tired feel-
ing did not acquire it legitimately.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Oasbas el TstS's Me asve
tar's Ml*. A neitr a
sua Sisfcrti, Syapatxts^ (
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS
If rot M 'm>t at soris' 'Ran *owm' ••of UtRiMf
Bvrrwm from biwv
DAISY FLY KILLER KS? .TrftSi Si
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Pet tits F.vc Salv<>
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 22-191V
Peck—My wife's will is law.
Heck—So is my wifs's; but occa-
sionally I can bribe her not to en-
The long distance phone
heart trrob faster.
Are troubled with the "blues"—anxiety—sleeplessness—and warnings of pain
and distress are sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and
limbs. Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by backache or
headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there
is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the
nervous system and the entire womanly make-up feels the tank effect of
Taka this In liquid or tablat form umd b. a wstfwomsa I
period*. Have taken several different medicines bat found - -
' hat given the moat relief of any-
You Look Prematurely Old
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