A.LEXANDEIA ONTAEIO, FEIDAY AUGUST 14, AT 5 AND 5^ PER CENT. and upwards in sums not less than 500. McGillivrav. See advertisement.

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1 SAAC WLSON, VOL X DR ALEXANDEA ONTAEO, FEDAY AUGUST 14, 1896 MCLENNAN, ALEXANDRA Offce and Resdence : Kenyon Street U-ly Are now showng r NEW MLLNERY! N ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND SHADES A H CONKOY V Ü, ALEXANDRA Veternary Dentstry a Specalty Good Warm, stable attached 3-6 JOHN A CHSHOLM Barrster, Solctor, OorrL-wr all, &c, Oztaro Offloes Krkpatrck s block, entrance on Frst street Branch fce A J McDonald s Block, Man street, Alexandra; H J Patterson manager! MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES37 WLLAM A LEGCO DDSf Every month at MOOSE CREEK, 18th M AX VLLE, 19th, 20th and 21st ALEXANDRA,22nd and 23rd CTY OFFCK 25 SPARKS ST OTTAWA24-ly PLASTERNC! Plan and Ornamental Plasterng done at Reasonable Prces Latest Style n CENTRES kept on hand 321y D H WASON ALEXANDRA, ONT THE CANADA PLATNG CO guarantees r goods to be Snperor to AnytMns: n tle MarLel AND CHEAPER Can be procured at 46-lv BROCK OSTROM S Do Yon ffl a Bal? f so, got quotatons from N BRAY Kenyon st Alexandra All knds Vehcles made to order 31 Always nsure your Property n Plænï lusnrance Co, Hartford, Conn Because o ts strength,loss-payng power na and record lor far and honorablodeallng 5l-y GHEARNDEN,Local Agent WOOL CARDNG, SPNNNG And Exchangng * SATSFACTON GUARANTEED, A constant supply a superor qualty Yarn for all purposes wll be kept on hand, so that partes from a dstance can be served at once, should y so desre Cloths, Fns Tweeds, Flannels and blankets exchanged for wool on favorable terms, also Cash pad for wool G F STACKHOUSE, PEVERL, P Q Clearng* Sale AT AGNQ-MARS&GO GLEN ROBERTSON Everythng wll be Sold Cheap, CALL AND GET BARGANS TyANTED01d Ee<tablsbed wholesale house wants one or two honest and ndustrous representatves for ths secton Can pay a hustler about $1200 a week to start wth DRAWER 29 Brantford,Onl NewManLîery Street, ALEX4NDRA (South ot Brdge) JOHN McMARTN, PROPRETOR Good Horses and Rgs Prces moderate WANTED A SSUED BY AT 5 AND 5 PER CENT prtable employment through Summer can fnd t wth UK, as we have newest Russan varetes Nursery stock, and new Seed Potatoes Salary or Commsson Wrte us at once, forterrltory PELUAX NUBSBBYCO, Toronto, Out, 24-3m GENTS WANTNG ducngarran Parson Hmlev What! bathng agan on Sunday! Ths s thrd tme ve caught you at t Now, 'ou never see me ) dong such a thng! Young Bar know, sr; but n our ma s makes ns keep clean? Don t forget grand bazaar n Alexander Hall, commencng Ang 24th See advertsement n anor column for partculars E A Hodgson pad a vst to Huntngdon and Eastern Townshps ths week, and reports trade pckng up harvest s nearly over and crops a good average A horse, wth a new buggy attached, belongng to Mr Legault, 2nd Kenyon, ran awa 'esterday afternoon, from Huot s store horse made for home, but we dd not learn that any damage was done We notced ths week at studo our local artsts, Robnson & Dunovan, some pctures taken at Hamlton s sland ; one was a pc-nc party Y P L A, Pc-no Grove, amongst whch we notced several well-known fgures, and one Mr Peter Lesle» camp, where Mr Lesle and hs faml are summerng pctures are well taken, and should remnd those who are havng r outngs that se artsts can gve m somethng to remember r holdays On Saturday evenng anor bud fue Nght Bloomng Ôereus, Mrs Jas Smth s, Man Street south, flowered, and a large number people vsted resdence to see lovely flower n bloom On Sunday evenng remanng sx buds, opened nto flowers, and made a very pretty appearance t s not ten that sx flowers ths varety appear at one tme wear was extremely warm last few days last week, and frst ths week, n fact was farly swelterng, and t seemed a burden to lve small amount sckness n town, wth such heat and unsantary condton place, s wonderful We know but a few cases sckness, and we hope town wll be able to pull through wthout vstaton that could well be looked for, wth rmometer at 92 n shade A sad drownng accdent took place Saturday evenng at St Helen s sland opposte Montreal, Fred Organ a young Montrealer 19 years old, accompaned by Mss Hughes and her two young ssters, were gong over to sland n afternoon y took a skff and went out for a row current at ths pont s very strong and treacherous boat was upset and four occupants thrown nto rver two young grls were rescued, but Organ and Mss Hugles were drowned young couple were engaged to be marred Hon J Tarte, Mnster Publc Works, was n town on Saturday, n company wth assstant archtect Mr D Ewart, and nspected Reformatory ste, and also quarres He was accompaned by J L Wlson, defeated canddate As we are not n a poston to know what took place n reference to matter gong on wth buldng, we can only say that we trust, matter n dspute between contractor and Department wll be amcably settled, and tle work go on speedly Mr Perreault, archtect, Montreal, was here on behalf Mr Bourque F PAD N ADVANCE, NO 33THE MOST HEALTHFUL AND SAFE'' Bakng Powder 18 THS 8BNCKB undersgned has made arrangealexandra, AUG 14, 1896 ments wth prvate captalsts to lend money on mproved farms 50 acres LOCAL AND OTHERWSE and upwards n sums not less than nterest on sums over $1,200, 5 per cent, DEXTSTRY See Dr Leggo s dental adfor each year after frst year, and for Aak Yonr Storekeeper for MONEY TO LOAN frst year, payable half yearly, and n vertsement n 1st column on frst page sums under $1,200 at 5} per cent, pay On Frst-class Farm, Town and Vllage ProFOR SVLE he estate late Thos perty Rate nterest accordng to Seable yearly, for terms ol 5 to 10 years McGllvrav See advertsement curty Valuatons must n all cases be made by J R ADAMSON, townshp schools wll open on Moner ) A McArthur, Reeve Alexandra ; AND TAKE NO OTHER Alexander McDougall, Reeve No, 1 LocUel; day next town schools Sept GLENGARRY BLOCK, CORNWALL Duncan A McDonald, Post-m&slor, AlexanApprasers for Canada Permanent Loan dra; Wllam D McLeod, Cheese-maker, Any quanty good clean wool and fresh All-wool tweeds for suts and pantngs ; and Savngs Company, and General Agents or John J McDonell, 9-3 Kenyon, to er for Globe Savngs and Loan Company, whom applcaton can be made drect, or to eggs wanted at Good Luck Store cottons and flannelettes, at 'our own prces Toronto Good Luck Store Mrs Cloran, wfe H J Cloran, barrsj A MACDONELL, (Greenfeld,) Low Rales for Large Loans Mortgages and Debentures Bought 9-tf ALESAXDKA ter, Hawkesbury, ded on Saturday evenexcurson to Montreal va Canada Atng lantc Ralway, and Palace Steamer Boheman runnng tle famous St Lawrence Mss Carre Wrght Brockvlle Rapds, arrvng at Montreal at 330 pm Busness College has secured apo=ton wth Return fare from Maxvlle, Alexandra and lames Smart Mfg Co, as stenographer statons on Hawkesbury branch only Far Potras, French prest ths $175 Specal tran wll leave Ottawa place, left for Montreal, to go nto anmanufacturer and dealer n 940 am, arrvng at Clark sland Dock at nual retreat hs docese 1225 pm Full dnner on steamer 50c TN & SHEET RONWARE, Refreshments at popular prces baml D W Campbell, Pembroke has been 43rd Rfles wll accompany exengaged to teach Vankleek Hll school PUMPS, SNKS, CSTERNS, curson, and render a choce programme durng Model School term musc en route Tckets are good untl FrBATHS LEAD AND RON Dr D P Yynch, Chapeau, an honor day mornng Passengers returnng same graduate McGll, has located n Hawkesevenng wll take 455 pm tran for 'ROOFNG bur3, next door to Vctora drug store Hawkesbury branch statons, for statons on man lne take tran at 800 pm Angus P McDonald was engaged WedJobbng and Reparng wll receve nesday cleanng up street lamps and t appears as though our town was rar shades, a ob that was very much needed prompt attenton unfortunate n ts water-works, and t seems We have m NEW and 8-yr hard to say ths, as we have a splendd Dr W D M Bell, who has been pracplant and n good workng order, whch was SECOND-HAND, prces away tsng medcne at Bearbrook for 15 years ft for use some tme ago, but now seven past, has removed hs famly to Ottawa, months and a half ths year has passed, down Call and see our Î896 where he wll n future practce hs prowhen from blunderng or worse, we have fesson not been able to get any good from sysred Brd, Goold, Brantford, Robbns Do you beleve n castng one s tem except n case a couple fres bread upon waters? Every resdence and busness place n town or our Garden Ct, Welland Mack Not my wfe s t would obstruct that wshed t, should have been connected navgaton wth mans, necessary water posts BEST VALUE N Vale, St Carnes f you Mr Volume, student, who has been ocand everythng requred for proper ALL KNDS OF workng system could have been pro Presbyteran pulpt durng can t call, wrte for prces cupyng cured seve-al months ago, and we should past few weeks, n absence Rev D not now be watng for m before work McLaren, preached two good sermons last can be gone on wth same reasonng Sabbatl apples to applances necessary for wheels guaranteed A Sunday nght storm dd damage estproper handlng water-works by a mated at seventy-fve thousand dollars along fre brgade We had a number wllng TRYME STSPQTON SURE Canadan border and n Western Onhands ready to form a brgade months ago, taro One conductors on Mchbut when y asked tools to work (Studo opp Brunswck Hotel) gan Central Ralway reports havng seen wth, watng game commenced, and twenty-sx fres between St Thomas and applances although ordered a few weeks Wndsor ago, have not been obtaned t s rar provokng for our ctzens to see slow At a meetng Hgh School masters n way n whch ths work has been handled, Forum Hall, Toronto, Frday, a meand whle y have been wllng and moral was drawn up, askng that alprotectyourfamlllcsbytakng a Lfelnanxous that water should be fully used, OF LONDON gebra paper n examnaton form BurancePolcy Pollcleslssued onmost y wll not be allowed to have servce, lberal plans and wth fewer restrctons thtéé canddates, for matrculaton, be not to procure whch y arc so generously Captal, - - $16,000,000 New features now beng ntroduced,such as counted as a pass test payng taxes Double Maturty and nstalmentplans Accumulated Take an Accdent Polcy Why should an Smth Gladsby s a very generous old tme s approachng when annual Funds, - -$18,900,000 accldentorlpple you flnanclally when tcan fellow Do ou know, he s alwa's helpng be procured so cheaply? Protect yon r prars wll be hehl, and t becomes our readsomebody out? by placng a reasonable amountuers to prepare to make se annual meeta company whch can fer such se- perty Jones (sadly) Yes, know; was down suranceonlt ngs farmng and busness communty curty s one to nsure n Companes represented: Manufao- to see hs daughter or nght a complete sucoess Our farmers have much ' tnrers Llfe, Manufacturers Accdent, Clams settled wthout delay Guardan England, Norrn Owng to ncreased attendance at to learn, and one best places to get, ANGUS MCDONALD, England, Western Canada Brockvlle Busness College t has been practcal nformaton s Agrcultural ; 22-y Dstrct Agent, Alexandra Exhbtons, whch are held every year JOHN D ROBERTSON, found necessary to add anor teacher to county far wll be held n Alexandra,! Dstrct Agent for Manufacturers Llfe staff Ths college s rapdly ncreasng and ACcldentCo s,maxvlle,ont n popularty Sept 8th and 9bh, and we trust that MAXVLLE ;S~Agontswanted n countes Storfarmers from front and rear wll ve wth mont,glengarry, Prescot land Russell A meetng Executve Commttee each or n number r entres Glengarry Chrstan Endeavor Socety Next to tmothy hay, enslage fall rye ; qualty artcles re s no was held n Presbyteran Church, Alex- sow now for next year s fodder For sale and reason why Glengarry Exhbton andra last Monday, but owng to ab- at Good Luck Store should not equal or exceed that sence secretary and small attendon Thursday evenng last week, a Count} Prescott, held each year at Vankance, t was adourned untl next Magstrate s court was held before D A leek Hll, or or countes, and we meetng Presbytery McArthur, reeve, and D A McDonald, thnk drectors should endeavor to secheaper than ever! Men s Sunday Don- JP, at E H Tffany s fce A prsoner cure some knd amusements to entertan MANUFACTURERS gola Balmorals, sewed soles Men s Sun- was brought before court, charged wth people who fnd t hard to pass tme day Buff Balmorals, naled solcs, at havng stolen a coat same day from after y have nspected stock, mplea full stock Lath, Clapboards, Sash, Good Luck Store van a freght tran, property Con- ments, lades department, etc On Sept 10th and 11th, townshp Kenyon ExDoors, Shngles, and all materal requred Ffty-one persons ded n Greater ductor Maloney, Canada Atlantc hbton wll be held at vllage Maxn fnshng f houses, kept constantly New York dstrct Sunda, and over seventy He gave hs name as John McDonald, and lst premums gves proon hand, at rght prces ded on Monday as a result Brandon, Mantoba, aged 30 years After vlle, mse a successful far Ths townshp hot wear Over one hundred hearng evdence Conductor, show ORDERS EXECUTED AT SHORT NOTCE extreme has been sngularly successful each cases persons who were prostrated have prsoner was commtted to Cornwall goal to year, and has although confned to one Kln Dryng, Planng, and Match- been reported n terrtory embracng stand hs tral He was removed to Cornng done Satsfacton Guaranteed New York Cty, Brooklyn and' Staten s- wall by Constable Angus P McDonald, on townshp, rvaled and surpassed county exhbtons We would lke to see a frendfrday land ly rvalry between drectors soexat meetng Councl leld last hbtons, so that full strength Rev F W Squres, Grace Church, McLEAN & KENNEDY, Ottawa, vsted Alexandra on Wednesday, week, manner dong corporaton agrcultural and ndustral resources MAXVLLE, for purpose securng Grove near w ork was crtczed by Councllors, and townshp and county may be drawn out,, mporters and Alanufaetnrers Monu staton for purpose holdng a t was thouglt an expensve way repar- and exhbtons worthy ths grand old MAXVLLE, ONT mental and Cemetery work pc-nc Sunday School n connecton ng sdewalks to have one or two lookng on county shown, and where young men Best grades Scotch and Canadan Grante, and all knds Marble Superor qualty wth hs church pc-nc wll be held and drawng pay, yet ths has been way and women can learn lessons that wll ad materlal and workmanshp on Tuesdaq August 18th Rev Mr n wlch corporaton work s done We m n commencng lfe, and make t Satsfacton, guaranteed Squres s well known n Alexandra, havng were n lopes reeve, as executve fcer easer to attan sucoess than t was n former town, would carry out ntenton years We would also advse all our readresded here for some tme Madame E L ETHER, members councl, and see that who can do so, to vst larger ex fre whch occurred at Montreal a change was made, but t stll goes on, and ers 88 St Dens Street, MONTREAL hbtons, to be held n Toronto, vfontreal Exhbton grounds on July 30th, caused wll we suppose untl lumber runs short, and Ottawa, as y wll re have an opmadame Ether who has consderable loss to management, and t AXD SEE OUR STOCK OF made a thorough study looked as though t would prevent ex- or men get anor ob We do not ob- portunty to wtness all latest mprove art cuttng n Abel hbton beng held n September But ect, and ctzens wll not obect, to ments n machnery, and best breeds Gauband s celebrated fash- commttee have been equal to occason, have men pad fordonsr legtmate work horses, cattle, sheep, etc, and samples on house n Pars, wlere work has been gong on, and far wll town, but t looks lke an absurd latest varetes fruts, gran, vegett s characterstc our busness that system -dress cuttng be held on Sept 11th to 19th, as f no fre thng to see two or three men tryng to do ables, etc We gve dates and places we never nsst upon your buyng Aps most renowned n had oceured Entres close on 31st work, whch s hardl suffcent to keep one se exhbtons below ; man n employment Glengarry, Alexandra, Sept 8th and 9th precaton s pleasant Every day we unverse, wll gve nstruc- August Kenyon, Maxvlle, Sept 10th and 11th hear knd expressons pleasure at our tons to lades on cuttng all Down to hard pan Japan teas 25c per engneerng staff on upper end Prescott, Vankleek Hll, Sept 13th to dsplay Every show case contans knds dresses, garments and mantles lb, now sold at 22o Good Luck Store 7th brght thngs at Rock Bottom Prces A short course onl s necessary to O, A-& P S Ralway sustaned qute Toronto ndustral Exhbton, August Even f you don t purchase now, you wll learn ths system whch s smple and a loss recently by destructon tler Last Saturday s Montreal Gazette, had perhaps see somethng whch you would perfect n ts applcaton to all camp at Burnt Lake by fre men a notce game lacrosse plaed at 31st to Sept 12th Montreal Exposton, Sept 11th to 19th be pleased to purchase later on ; you can whms fashon n styles fee for went out to r work as usual n St Albans, Tuesday last week, and atcentral Canada Exhbton, Ottawa, Sept select now and we wll put t asde untl a thorough course s very small Out mornng and returnng found r camp n trbuted defeat Rocklands by you requre t town pupls call fnd accomodaton n ashes All r clothng, as well as a con- Vankleek Hll club, to assstance rend- 17th to 20th sderable amount money y had lad academy whle learnng f desred ered Hll team by Stars Alexby, was burned FFull partculars upon applcaton andra Secretar Stars repled A FBRE CHHMOS AD MAX ST, ALEXANDRA n a quarrel over a small sum money n Tuesday s Gazette, den-ng that hs Men as a rule care more for comfort Salvator Monca fatally stabbed Mchael club had anythng to do wth matter, than for style, stll no man s averse to 0 Consulate n Cornwall s talan quarter and makng a wholesale challenge n he a neat well bangng coat that keeps ts Sunda- nght A small knfe was used and followng words Stars can beat all shape through all knds knockng Consulate was stabbed four tmes One lacrosse players between here and Rock- around Ths s one extras that FOR FFTEEN DAYS ONLY wounds s n abdoman, and s lkely land, on both sdes rver, Rockland Fbre Chamos furnsles when used as Of all watches beneath skes, -V-// vvvv/ -V-'to rove fatal He la' all nght n dtch ncluded Wthout touchng queston nterlnng n men s clothng t not A stoppng watch do despse ; by roadsde and was found re next at ssue, we thnk matter one club only makes f your watoh stops and wll not go garments thoroughly Havng returned after spendng sx mornng Monca dsappeared borrowng several best pla ers from wear pro, provdng Take t to Munro and he wll know a healthful months n New York, am gvng away Take t to Mnnro and leave t awhle anor club to play a match s not far, and warmth annual retreat docese Alexwhch can t be penetrated by latest Amercan Novelty Anyone And he wll repar t n flrst-class style should not be allowed, as ths takes all severest andra s now gong on, and followng wnd or cold ; but ts flexpurchasng goods to value $1 wll beauty out a game amateur lacrosse have r choce any followng prests are here n consequence ; Revs qucker rules are amended, n ths ble sprng and stffness make ' coa' D C McRae, Glen Nevs ; Duncan McDonGreat Slaughter Photos: Queen Vctora, Sr Charles ald, Glen Robertson ; R A McDonald, partcular better wll t be for all con- or vest ft well and keep ts proper hana tll worn completely out And beautupper or Hon Wlfrd Laurer Greenfeld ; Wm Fox, Lochel ; T Ftz- cerned s that t s so lght you wouldn t REPARNG GUARANTEED patrck, St Raphaels; W McKnnon, Crys- Canst thou mnster to a mnd dseased? ty know you were carryng anythng extra Frst Buldng north Ralway Crossng ler; G Corbett and DA Campbell, Cornwall; asks Macbeth Certanly, my lord; tbecon mnd depends largely, f not aronnd, and so cleap that t s n every Wm McDonald, St Andrew s ; M 7 dltlon on condton stomach, 1 ver one s reach A H ROBERTSON, Leahy, Moose Creek ; John Twoome', Wl- solely, and Dowels, for ad whch oompalnt» A J, Kennedy s new block, next ComWatchmaker & Jeweller, lamstown ; D D McMllan and 1) R Ayer s Plls are soverelgnest thng on Ja-s T Cdy, St Paul, Mnn, was mercal Hotel, MAXVLLE, earth Maxvlle, Ont McDonald, Alexandra regstered at Grand Unon on Tuesday GEO HEARNDEN THE MSSES M OONELL t SUBSCRPTON, $150 SOCDSCOUNT EDTOR AND PROPRETOR R MCLENNAN, Medcal Ha, ALEXANDRA- JARVS, OTTAWA, FOR PHOTOS PHOTO WORK! Brock Oslrfl Bros & Co Do You WanJ_PROTECTON VARBLE WORKS SMLLE & ROBERTSON, SLLE - & ROBERTSON, OBESS GOTTNe AGAOEMY COlE] PHOTOS GVEN AWAY FB Watcles, Clocks, Chans, Charms, &c rr TToEea Cook s Frend McLam's Coot s FreoJ

2 FATE S NSTRUMENTS CHAPTER "ra (Contnued) " shall have to do t, he sad to hmself, as he sat moodly n hs cham- bers ''y re all at me uncle Roger, Tommy Myles, sabel all m m shot f ever nterfere wth anybody's marrage agan" def*ct<m sabel rankled n hs mnd worst all That she, all peo- ple, shoold turn aganst hm, and, as a last nsult, send hm upbradng mes- sages through Tommy Myles 1 Ths she had done, and George was full wrath '* A note for you sr, sad Tmms, en- terng n hs usual slent manner Tmms had no vews on controversy, beng one those rare people who mnd r own busness ; and, George had fall- en so low as to be almost grateful for colourless mpartalty wth whc- he bore hmself towards quarrel b? tween hs masters George took note " Mr Gerald been here, Tmms? " He looked n for letters, sr ; but Went away drectly on hearng you were hère Tmms stated ths fact as f t were n ordnary way frendly nter- course, and wthdrew "Well, am 1 exclamed George and paused note was addressed n hand- wrtng he now knew very well, handwrtng Bournemouth char- acter Dear Mr Neston, shall be alone at fve o clock to- day Wll you come and see me? Yours sncerely, "Neaera Wtt " Ton must do as a lady asks you, sad George, " even f she does steal shoes, and you have mentoned t Here goea! What s she up to now, won- der? Neaera, arrayed n elaborate care- lessness a tea-gown, receved hm, not n drawngrooom, but n her own snuggery Tea was on table ; re was a brght lttle fre, and a somno- lent old cat snoozed on hearth-rug whole ar was redolent what ad- vertsements called a " refned home, and Neaera s manner ndcated an al- most patc desre to be frendly, checked only by self-respectng fear a rude rebuff to her advances " t s really knd ol you to come, she sad " to consent to a parley beaten sde always consents to a parley, answered George, takng seat she ndcated She was half st- tng, half lyng on a sa when he came n, and resumed her poston after greet- ng hm " No, no, she sad quckly ; " that s where t s hard when you re beaten But do you consder yourself beaten? Up to now, certanly " And you really are not convnced? he asked, eyeng hm wth a look candd appeal to hs better nature " t s your fault, Mrs Wtt, My fault? " Yes Why are you so bard to for- get? George thought re was no harm n puttng t n a pleasant way Ah, why was Mss now s t Game or Games? so hard to forget? " t s, or rar was Game And suppose she was hard to forget for same reason as you would he " And what s that? f you ask my cousn, no doubt he wll tell you Neaera smled " What moor can do? she asked Your people ddn t know me have produced a letter showng was some- where else Excuse me Well, well, n a copy a letter What purports to be a copy,, " How glad am m not a laer 1 t seems to make people so suspcous " t s a great pty you ddn t keep orgnal Neaera sad nothng Perhaps she dd not agree But suppôt you ddn t send for me to argue about matter? " No sent for you to propose peace Mr Nesxm am so weary fghtng Why wll you make me fght? " t s not for my pleasure, sad George For whose n? she asked stretoh- ng out her arms wth a gesture en- treaty " Cannot we say no more about t? " Wth all my heart " And you wll admt you were wrong? 'That s sayng more about t You cannot enoy poston you are n " confess that " Mr Neston, do you ever thnk t s poble you are wrong But no, never mnd Wll you agree ust to drop t? " Heartly, But re s Bull's- eye Oh, bor Bull s-eye ll go and see edtor, sad Neaera " He's a stem man, Mrs Wtt " He \ on t bo so hard to deal wth as you re, that s settled Hurrah 1 you shake hands, Mr Neston? By all means" " Wt?th a thef? Wth you, thef or no thef And must tell you you are very ' What? Well, above small resentments " Oh, what does t matter? Suppose dd take boots? "Shoes, sad George Neaera burst nto a laugh " You are Very accurate " And you are very naccurate, Mrs Wtt " shall always be amused when meet you shall know you have your band on your watch Oh, 'es retract nothng "n t s peace? " Yes Neaera sat up and gave hm her hand, and peace was ratfed But t so chanced that Neaera s sudden movement roused cat He ya-ned and got up, archng hs hck, and dggng hs claws nto hearth-rug " Bob, sad Neaera, " don t spol rux" ' George s attenton was drected to anmal, and, as he looked at t, he start- ed Bob s change posture had re- vealed a serous defcency : he had no tal, or merest apokogy for a tal t was oertaaly an odd concdence, perhaps nothng more, but a very odd concdence that George should have seen n oourt-yarrt at Pedecon Gaol no less than three talless cats Of course re are a good many n world; but stll most cats have tals lke a black cat, donlt you? sad Neaera He s nce and Satanc Peckton cats were black, too, black as nk or heart a money- lender " An old favourte? asked George, n- sdously ve had hm a good many years Oh last word slpped from Neaera nvoluntarly '' Why ' oh r " d forgotten hs mlk, answered Neaera, wth extraordnary prompt- tude " Where dd you get hm? Neaera was qute calm agan " Some frends gave hm to me Please don t say stole my cat, too, Mr Neston George smled; ndeed, he almost laughed "Well, t s peace, Mrs Wtt, he sad, takng hs hat " But remem- ber 1 " What? sad Neaera, who was stll "mlng and cordal, but rar less at her ease than before " A cat may tell a tale, though he 'far none " What do you mean? f t s ever war agan, wll tell you Good-bye, Mrs Wtt " Good-bye Please don t have poor Bob arrested He ddn t steal boots oh, shoes, at any rate " expect he was n prson already Neaera shook her head wth an ar bewlderment " really don t un- derstand you But m glad we re#not enemes any longer George departed, but Neaera sat down on rug and gazed nto fre Pre- sently Bob came to look after for- gotten mlk He rubbed hmself rght along Neaera s elbow, begnnng from hs nose, down to end what he called hs tal " Ah, Bob, sad Neaera, " what do you want? Mlk, dear? Good for evl, mlk for Bob purred and capered Neaera gave hm hs mlk, and stood lookmg at hm low would you lke to be drowned, dear? she asked unconscous Bob lapped on Neaera stamped her foot " He shan tl He shan t she exclamed " Not an nch! ' Not an nch Bob fnshed hs mlk and looked up, " No, dear, you shan t be drowned Don t be afrad As Bob knew nothng about drown- ng, and only meant that he wanted more mlk, he showed no grattude for hs repreve ndeed, seeng re was to be no more mlk, he pontedly turned hs back, and began to wash) hs face CHAPTER Vn " never heard anythng so absurd n all my lfe, sad Mr Blodwell, wth em- phass George had ust nformed hm treaty between hmself and Neaera He had told hs tale wth some embarrass- ment t s so dffcult to make >eople who were not present understand how an ntervew came to take course t dd " She seemed to thnk t all rght, George sad weakly " Do you Bu>po8e you can shut peo- ple s mouths m that way? re are 'or ways, remarked George, grmly, for hs temper began to go re are," assented Mr Blodwell ; "and n se days, f you use m, t s fve pounds or a month, and a vast ncrease gossp nto bargan What does Gerald say? "Gerald? Oh, don t know sup- pose Mrs Wtt can manage hm" " Do you? doubt t Gerald sn t over easy to manage Thnk poston you leave hm n!" " He beleves n her Yes, but he won t be content unless or people do Of course y ll say she squared you" " Squared me 1 exclamed George, n- dgnantly " Upon my soul, m not sure she hasn t" " Of course you can say whht you please sr From you can t resent t " Come, don t be huffy Brght eyes have r effect on everybody By way, have you seen sabel Bourne late- ly? " No" "Heard from her?" "She sent me a message through Tommy Myles s be n her confdence? " Apparently effect bf t was, that she ddn t want to sea me tll had come to my senses," n those words? " Those were Tommy s words " n relatons are straned? " Mss Bourne s best udge whom she wshes to see Qute so, sad Mr Blodwell, cheer- fully " At present she seems to wsh to see Myles Well, well, George, you ll have to come to your knees at last " Mrs Wtt doesn t requre t " Gerald wll Gerald be But ve never told you my fresh evdence " Oh, you re mad What s n wnd now? Fve mnutes later George flung hm- self angrly out Mr Blodwell s cham- bers, leavng that gentleman purple and palptatng wth laughter, as he gently re-echoed cat! Go to ury on cat, George, my boy! To George n hs hour adversty, Mrs Pocklngton was as a tour strength She sad that Nestons mght squabble among mselves as much as y lked ; t was no busness her As for affar gettng nto apers, her vstng-lst would suffer consderably f she cut out everybody who was w'ongly, or she added sgnf- cantly, rghtly abused n papers George Nest<m mght be mstaken but he was an honest young man, and for, her part she thought hm an agreeable one anyhow, a g'eat deal too good for that nspd chld, sabel Bourne f anybody ddn t lke meetng hm at her ; house, y could stay away Poor Laura Pocklngton protted that she hated and despsed George, but yet couldn t stay away " n, my dear, sad Mrs Pocklng- ton, tartly, " you can stay n nur- sery " t s too bad exclamed Laura A man who says such thngs sn t ft Mrs Pocklngton shook her head gen- tly Mr Pocklngton s Radcal prnc- ples extended no more to hs household than to hs busness '' Laura, dear, she sad,, n paned tones, " do so dslke argument So George went to dnner at Mrs Pocklngton s, and that lady, remorse- less n parental dscplne, sent Laura domn to dnner wth hm ; and, as everybody knows, re s nothng more pleasng and nterestng than a pret- ty grl n a dgnfed pet George enoy- ed hmself t was a long tme snce he had flrted ; but really now consderng sabel's conduct, he felt at perfect lterty to conduct hmself as seemed to hm good Laura was an old frend, and George determned to see how mcaable her wrath was "t s so knd you to gve me ths pleasure, he began "Pleasure? sad Laura, n her lt- est tone "Yes ; takng you down, you know" Mamma made me "Ah now you re tryng to take me down" " wonder you can look any one n face " " always enoy lookng you n face "After thngs you ve sad about poor Neaera! "Neaera? "Why shouldn t call her Neaera?" "Oh, no reason at all t may even Be her name "A woman whb backbtes s bad, but a man s deuce? sad George nqurng- ly Laura tred anor tack "All your frends thnk you wrong, even mamma" "What does that matter, as long as you thnk m rght?" " don t ; don t thnk "That t s great fun to torment a poor man who George paused "Who what? sad Laura, wth de- plorable weakness "Values your good opnon very hgh- ly" "Nonsense 1 George permtted hmself to sgh deeply A fant twtchng betrayed tself about corners Laura's pretty mouth "f you want to smle, wll look away, sad George "You re very foolsh," sad Laura; and George knew that ths expresson on a lady's Ups s not always one dsapproval " am, ndeed," sad hè, "to spend my tme n a van pursut "Of Neaera? "No not Neaera " should never," sad Laura, demure- ly, "have referred to Mss Bourne, f you hadn t, but as you have " " ddn t Presumably George explaned whom he dd refer to, and apparently ex- planaton took rest dnner- tme And as lades went upstars, Mrs Pocklnglon patted Laura s shoul- der wth an approvng fan "re s a good chld! t shows breedng to be agreeable to people you dslke" Laura blushed a lttle, but answered dutfully, " am glad you are pleased, mamma Most lkely she dd not m- pose on Mrs Pocklngton She cer- tanly dd not on herself George found hmself left next to Sdmouth Vane "Hallo, Neston!" sad thht young gentleman, wth hs usual freedom "Locked her up yet?" George sad Mrs Wtt was stll at large Vane had been hs fag, and George felt he was enttled to take t out hm a after lfe whenever he could "Wsh you would, contnued Mr Vane "That ass a cousn yours vvould lt her, and would wat out- sde Holloway or Clerkenwell, or where- ever y put em, and receve her sym- patcally hot breakfast, brass band, frst cgar for sx months, and all that, don t you know, lke one those rsh fellows "You have no small preudces, "Not much A grl lke that, plus an ncome lke that, mght steal all Northampton for what care Gong upstars? "Yes ; thfere s an 'At Home on, sn t re? "Yes, so m told shouldn t go, f were you" "Why devl not?" "Gerald s gong to be re told me so Really, Van, you re very knd We shan t fght 1 don t know about thht He s smply mad "Anythng new? "Yes ; to told me you d been tryng to square Mrs Wtt behnd hs back, and he rheant to have t out wth you Well, sad George " won t run Come aong ' guests were already pourng n, and among frst George encount- ered was Mr Denns Espon, as over- straned as ever Espon knew that George was aware hs poston on Bull s-eye Ah, how are you, Neston? he sad, holdng out hs hand George looked at t for a moment, and n took t support lfe and your knd at- tentons, Espon Ah well, you know, we can t help t a matter publc nterest hope you see our poston Yes, sad George, urbanely ; " faut vvre" " don t sum)ase you value our opn- on, but "Oh yes; value t at every -evenng " was gong to say "Keep t, my dear fellow, say has market value to have mentoned "My dear Neston, may "Consder ths an ntervew? My dear Espon, certanly Make any use ths communcaton you please Good nght George strolled away "Suppose was rar rude, he sad to hmself But, hang t, must have earned that fellow ffty pounds! (To be Contnued) penny What you extent TEXAS S BG HOG Texas lays clam to bggest hog ever rased n Unted States hog weghs 1,430 pounds, and s 8 feet 3 nches long- He measures 6 feet around neck, 8 feet around body, and stands 4 feet 1 nch hgh Hs feet are as large as those a common ox, and leg bone larger than that largest steer He s Poland Chna and red Jersey He eats corn lke an ox; takes whole ear n hs mouth at once and eats cob as well as corn, eatng from forty to ffty ears at a tme re seems to be no surplus Hesh on hm, and physcans who have examned hog say he can easly be made to reach 2,200 pounds pre- sent owner, T Ratgan, pad Ç250 for hog, and has been fered $1,500 for hm Ho has a fre polcy on an- mal for $5,000 No or hog, t s sad, ever reached such tremendous propor- tons We expect to learn soon that ho has been burned CONSCENCE MONEY A merchant n Bddeford, Me, a few days receved a letter nclosng $1 and a sheet paper, on whch word Conscence was wrtten Ths calls to mnd an old sto a thef who broke nto a store n Skowhegan sev- eral years ago, and secured a good sum money from cash drawer A few months afterward merchant recev- ed a letter n whch was a $10 and followng note: stole $78 from your money drawer Remorse gnaws at my conscence When remorse gnaws agan wll send you some more" THE FARM THE OLD HERD can hear tnkle, tnkle Of bells so st and low Whch herd bore through th«clover Of old bam long ago ; And to me no sweeter muso From organ ever swells Than tnkle, tnkle, tnkle ' Of meadow s matchless hells n mornng a boyhood Whch has never passed away Dd drve old herd homeward At closng day ; And to me sweet Recollecton Stores that boyhood tells Whle lsten to muso Of old herd s homely bells re y came, up through clover, O er path beloved old, Snowy "Floss, chosen leader Nearly worth her weght n gold; Homeward, o er fragrant blossoms To e er remembered bars, Where Melnda wats to greet, m For a mlkng neath stars One by one y reach brooklet n gloamng cool and clear, Whle y drnk lmpd water, Not a sound salutes my ear ; But anon old herd gently Love and reverence compels And m dreamng to muso Of ts ne er forgotten bells Barefoot boy alone remembers Far away from scenes yore How herd came through clover By nsects hunted o'er ; And full many a precous pcture Wth ts colors brght and warm Memory pants wth magc brushes Of ever treasured farm Here farm house love-encrcled re a santed mor s face ; Here a mound and re a cradle, Baby s features he can trace; And, to fnsh f pcture Whch golden moments tells Sngle fle across meadow Come bearers bells At wndow n twlght ' Wth wnds but half asleep, Sts boy who drove cattle Thro clover red and deep ; And he calls from out lost years Man;? a scene that bears a charm, And hs thoughts go flyng backward To a boyhood on farm Does he smle? a sound that pleases Seems to str maples now, And a beam golden sunlght For a moment glds hs brow; Fast asleep! but stll n dreamland Under Recollecton s spells, He s wadng through clover To musc bells GROWNG AND FEEDNG CATTLE Ths s an age specalzaton and t s, speakng generally, ner possble nor desrable to run counter to ts tendences Busness s dvded and sub- dvded nto specal lnes, and by nar- rowng draft men acqure specal skll wth whch one seeks to combne many se can hardly compete on equal terms Homestead beleves that t caa be oarred too far, and re are ndcatons that n cattle bus- ness re has been too much dspos- ton to separate growng stock cattle and feedng fnshed steers re are reasons why farme's should gtovv, one year wth anor, calves y need for feedng, and should not grow stockers for sale We are aware that drawng upon lmted exper- ence sngle years, one can prove al- most anythng wth respect to re- latve prtableness se two halves cattle producton Takng ex- perence last year nothng pays but growng stock cattle, and t does not pay to feed at all Takng ex- perence some or year when feed was short and cattle plenty, s s ust as easy to show that t does not pay to grow cattle at all, and that t s cheaper and more prtable to buy stockers to feed Ths year stockers have been worth about as much as fn- shed cattle n some or years fnshed cattle are hgh and stock- ers are almost gven away 're are among our people so many prce chas- ers that those changes rattle m and y get away from one branch to an- or wth rapdty that only enables m to mss a prt every year thng that each farmer wants to do s to cultvate level-headedness as well as crops, and to develop steadness purpose as well as hs lve stock Wth respect to cattle he can do ths by growng every year as nearly as possble, ust a' many anmals as he needs and no more, havng no stock- ers to sell and none to buy When feed s plenty stock cattle wll be qute cer- tan to be relatvely hgh as compared wth fnshed steers ; when very abun- dant, as t s now, margn wll pro- bably be oblterated entrely On or hand when feed grows scarce, t s fnshed product that s hgh and stock cattle s almost gven away man who grows hs own supples, however, and fœds m wll be lkely to make a steady, moderate prt every year When frst con- dton exsts he makes t f stock- ers ; when second occurs he makes t f feedng What we mean by ths s that when a man has a good gran and bluegrass farm, t cattle producton from start to fnsh be con- sdered as an entre, ndvsble opera- ton, some money can be made ; but f t s cut n two t becomes a sort gamble as to wher prtable end transacton has been select- ed for partcular year n growng stock cattle for one s own feedng, breedng becomes even more mportance than when y are grown to sell as stockers What we do mean s that when stockers are a hgh prce second rate stuff wll gen- erally command relatvely more money than best But when a farmer n- tends to feed m hmself t s only best that he can feed to best advantage Really good stock cattle are, and for a long tme have been, qute scarce carloads that used to be pcked up a decade ago at any small shppng pont cannot be pcked up n that way any longer y are bought now by twos and threes, and command a prce that leaves no mar- gn for feeder, even wth our cheap food What farmers cattle regons ought to do s to gve to r herds breedng cattle somethng same attenton that breeder breedng cattle gves to hs, wth, course, a closer confnement hs attenton to strctly useful ponts Ths nvolves careful selecton dams and use really frst-class beef bulls As to breed, that s a queston taste somewha and food, condtons, care, etc, wth whch owner s lke- ly to be able to surround m But when character selecton s determned upon, selecton Rself should be from best, usefulness n beef ponts beng crteron t s steady goer who wns n long mn, and man who produces hs own cattle, takng care to breed m well, and who wll feed m, takng care to make m good wll, one year wth anor, fnd hs condton stead- ly mprovng Of course, as a flyer, re are seasons, such as present, when all money s n stockers re are seasons, too, when re s no money n feedng, and re areoth- rs when all money that s made n cattle busness seems to le re But, by regardng tbe producton beef as one operaton, from calf to shambles, re s always some pro- ft n t when re a prt n any- thng AfflfOBWTflEMAEOH FARMERS AGAN TROUBLED WTH THS FORMDABLE PEST t nvades Sontlwesteru New Tork State, and ly'e Beleve s Now n Sourn Ontaro Hoth Caught at Work Egg-layng Stores About marches Army, news despatches have brought word that worms are causng run n cultvated felds western and southwestern New York about North Tonawanda, n Hudson Rver coun- tes n neghborhood Poughkeep- se ad Newburgh, and on Long sland, destroyng, as one telegram sad, thou- sands bushels gran every hour and, accordng to anor, makng away wth ffteen acres rye wthn twen- ty-four hours after y were frst no- tced n patch reports speak arrval worms, and r frst appearance, and go on to tell havoc chat s mmedate consequence, but m ths reporters are wrong, for worms have been present wth m rght along, only farmers were not watchful m t s one unfortunate features army worm s warfare upon tbe farmers that untl wonderful pro- lfcacy hs knd has sent forth my- rads destroyers nto tbe gran felds worm remans unnotced, al- though present all tme As soon as wred splotches n a grass plot or denuded hummocks a gran patch draw attenton to ts actveness, multtudes destroyer are beyond farmer s power to cope wth, and runed crops are nevtable ' stores Afrcan ants that travel n droves across regons Dark Contnent, sometmes coverng ground to a depth several nches as y ple up- on each or n eagerness r progress, devourng everythng organc n r path, even to pont leavng an elephant, only hs bones as carefully cleaned as a naturalst would have m,fnd almost t her coun- terparts n reports ravages army worms worms ple one upon anor to cross streams or slppery logs, y cllmb up and down tree trunks, nstead gong around m, and n r voracous marches y DENUDE WHOLE FARMS vegetab e lfe Though present at all tmes, for most part tme y do no apprecable harm, and r vstatons when y lay waste farms are at rregular and unpredct- ed ntervals only approach to foretellug m les n observaton that plague swarms usually come n seasons sprngs and summers followng dry years t s only about forty years snce naturalsts began to study worms, although r destructve marches were known a hundred years earler For a quarter a century studes resulted n only meagre nfor- maton as to r lfe hstory most t beng obtaned n great worm year 1861 and t was only after ob- servatcks vstaton 1881 that knowledge suffcent to settle all ds- putes was attaned t was wth great glee that entomologsts,after much tol, traced gray or brown, yellowsh- streaked caterpllars from eggs a nght-flyng moth t was not untl 1876 that eggs and mode ovposton were known elusve fe- male moth from whch comes army worm or Leucana unpuncta, order Le- pdoptera, famly Noctudoe, as t s known scentfcally fered, when t was found, a fascnatng study n ts functons and habts t has been de- scrbed as an owlet-moth, not less be- cause ts nocturnal prowlngs than because wsdom wth whch t selects places for depostng ts eggs t has all grppng power when t comes to a pece grass that suts t, and t has al pertnacty wth whch summer vstors to Jersey are famlar, n Hacfcnsack mosquto, and t s small wonder that some most notable performances moth s f- sprng have taken place n that com- monwealth moth conceals tself n day- tme, and begns to fly aa dusk settles down t flts or walks about among grasses young shoots, or stubble a feld, and fnds a spot where growth s thck, and t s shady n whch to lay ts eggs, so se- curng for larvae shelter and a handy food supply t s a cnnamon color, but seven-eghths an nch long n body, wth a one and three-quarters an nch spread wng On each front wng s a double spot whte moth s economcal sometmes n matter glue Whenever eggs are deposted on a leaf or grass blade y are concealed by PASTNG THE SDES toger around m, out f y are " thrust beneath sheath and stalk ( gran) or orwse naturally con- cealed, gummy flud s ten very sparsely used, and sometmes not at all worms hatch n a week or ten days Lke r progentor, y lke nght better than day, and do r work usually after dusk o before dawn favorte " nest for eggs s n wld or tame grass or gran, along nner base termnal blades, where y are yet doubled, or between stalk and ts surroundng sheath y are also, however, plac n crev- ces on sde a sward cut or brok- en or between roots 'y are fomd n fold at b->/> and uncton termnal stalks, anu n natural curl a green leaf or unnatural curl a wred one ' moths seek tlc rankest tufts grass or gran such as grow where lroppngs cattle or extra coatngs fertlaer have been Early n season th» out straw old stacks, hayrcks, or fodder stacks com stalks seem to be( moth s preference Odd bts corn stalks n pastures and last year s gras8 blades have also contaned eggs When espe- cally numerous moths lay eggs unconcealed on plants or clover Oats, wheat, and tmothy, com and clover are eaten by worms Th* fmt stalks s strppeel ts leaves, and head s cut f and falls to ground where t s eaten more or less worms at frst eat what s naas at hand, and a numbeo- m n df- fearent parts feld may eat away for some tme wthout beng notced As wll have been seen from state- ment that moths leave r eggs whenever possble n rchest tufts grass, worms hatch out n group* or famles n varous parts felds t s when se, havng eaten what- ever s at hand, unte wth each oe and move on for new forage that th* farmer sees what has been gong on d hs felds worm army a MADE OF BANDS, as Rev Dr Samuel Lockwood Freehold, NJ, has ponted out, each bond havng been bred n ts own spot, and dssemnatng nce varous bands, spreadng out, come toger and go on ater food bands are lost n great army formed, whch n marches on as one great aggregaton, devastatng wherever t travels t a usually frst notced n, whch gve* rse to sayng that worms have mad* r appearance all a sudden travellng n large armes s sad to be abnormal, and to be done only when food supply any spot s exhausted When travellng s once begun, however, when amy s formed, t s too late for farmer on whoso land t s to save hs crops And t s only: by great and actve laboor that hs negh- bors can save rs From a story! told one mgraton worms n llnos, t would seem to be possble to tell n advance, after an army was once located, when t was lkely to move on army referred to was under observaton n a wheat feld when re began a great shakng heaxs worms as though y were uneasy S was noted that heads were moved horzontally n worms took up r march, gong frst to a feld blue grass From grass feld y; crossed a travelled road to a corn feld that was partly ploughed over y ate every bt com for frs# ten or ffteen ro>vs on ploughed ground, but lttle on unploughed ground Tbe Rev Dr Lockwood, tellng» vstaton worms n Monmouth county, NJ, says ; army hod ust made complete havoc a clover feld y were bred from eggs lad n a low- lyng, last year s rye feld, adonng After but partally eatng th grass a ths old feld t was abandoned for th» more succulent and tender clover and grass n next feld feld was completely denuded ; not a spear grass or leaf clover escaped nvad- ers Nothng but naked clover stalks wth empty heads remaned A low but dstnct and unpleasant CRNKLNG SOUND accompaned feedng As f actuated by one mpulse, th* whole army made straght for a wheat feld across hghway plough- ng a trench on far sde th* road ntercepted march Two men wth spades cut a clean, perpendcular, face on sde farrow next wheat and a seres lttle ptfalls n trench at ntervals about ffty feet Ths comleted trap catepllars, weared wth useless effort* to clmb straght sde trench, would crawl along untl y fell nto lttle pts Myrads ants beset m, suckng out r uces, whch wth tbe heat sun soon destroved m y cannot endure sunlght,but are dstnctly nght feeders f unn- terrupted r march to new feed- ng grounds would have been completed ere sun was well up One swarm worms, passng from a wheat feld to an oat feld, crossed a sward tmothy and red clover and took f everythng clean,, even straw- berry plants and green berres, and farmers pest, ragweed Dr Lockwood says He speaks also a feld left, after harvest, naked except for stubble after ants had been over t army that ate up, ragweed, as told above, got nto a forty-acr«wheat feld before ts march was endec and devastated t n seven days Speak- ng swarm at ths work Dr Lock- wood says: " squrmng mass and crnk- lng sound ths feedng were espec- ally repulsve But few dared to enter feld n truth strong men turned pale from lansea so loathsome was sght - t really seemed that nature was smtten wth a plague crawlng ver- mn Ths army dvded -after, wheat feld was despoled, one dvsons gong nto a tmothy feld and oth- er marchng across to a cornfeld When se felds had been mned worms dsappeared neghbors sad What y dd was to go down nto ground to assume pupa state moth as well -as larva hbernates, and t s thought that also moth may hbernate n a chrysals form larval lfe lasts from ffteen days to fve weeks Dr Lockwood thnks tlat THEY SMELL THE FOOD whch y seek when r army for- agng begns re s no turn back to ths sn- gular worm, she says agan, and he nstances an army whch fndng a stream n ts way crowded forward un- tl "a compacted mass was urged on- to water to seawe as a lvng pon- toon, over whch army pa,sse<l and took possesson new foragng ground Among worms enemes are sever- al parastc ones A thn tlloge, unform but not close, makes condtons harder for worms Farmers are warned by Dr, Lockwood to look early n May for caterpl- lars pont orgnaton hck spots ; grass or gran and n damp places n meadows and gran felds Especal- ly f wnter s mld and sprng warm after a wet year a watch should be kept for moths and worms f a breedng spot s found tha grass or gran may be cut out and fed to stock f worms have hatched crnklng sound feedng wall d- rect searcher n stllness evenng or early mornng Burnng over fehls n fall, n- stead allowng stubble and stacks to reman on m, s also advsed, as s burnng over a feld as late n sprng as possble t s sad that a feld S free from worms accordng as t s free from stubble and old straw A person may walk daly n bs lots and not see that worms are re untu grass plot gets bore n patches Entomologst 'Thomas llnos faled to see m n bs own back yard, al- though he was lookng for m untl bare patches told hm that y were re and at work Brahma once askea Force, "Who s stronger thm tbou? 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