The ordinary method of using sticky flypaper is quite annoying, as it cannot be easily removed from anything that may come in contact with its sticky surface. The best way to avoid this trouble is to make a holder for the paper, and one can be constructed of a piece of wire and a metal cover taken from a jelly glass. The wire is threaded at one end on which the cover is clamped between two nuts. The upper end of the wire is shaped into a hook for hanging it wherever desired. The paper is rolled with the sticky side out and tied with strings, then slipped over the wire and set into the inverted cover. The cover prevents any of the sticky substance from dripping onto the floor and the wire holds it from being blown about the room. - Contributed by Percy de Romtra, Cape May Point, N. J.

Flypaper Holder 985The Paper, Held in an Upright Position, will Catch More Flies Than If Placed Flat

Ill: The Paper, Held in an Upright Position, will Catch More Flies Than If Placed Flat