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lesults or Pooling Wonl. , Niitlnoal Wool Growers' Convention.
By i. J. Stkvens, Cylon, WN.)
Tho March IbI is.iie of the Kmiity
kbem we cmld not and would not ralM
or any such orico unv .
fht'V ridiculed our ld"a that wo could
Ijjet more. We went ahead and ponied
I five car load. Wo wore not worried
I over the outcome. Ihov saw that wo
were not without our tllinir it. It
worried them not a little. Then a
or nime nlntur and nave us 20 cut-.
Hn.i A.mt tstr iivn.uiinii nn.t 1... .,nr,lu !
IIV vwiv vi VAIivinvn mill - luum
added to tho price of the grower. No
wan at any more- trnuhlu In
1 de' very or packing or tim' consumed
than he would have been to if no had
pi Id it himself, and in a majority of
cao not oven half ho much. Then
w.is lea fuss and feathers about it
than any wool marketing we had ever
lnp before And raked in five centa
a p.und for our good sense. And th
men who engineered the deal received
their expenses. Not ns much ns they
ought to have had, but they were satisfied.
They got their expenses, but
nothing for their time. Hue we did
no' mind that in our desire to make
th ol a success. After we get
neht tho one rent margin will
mi"1' the expense demand.
1 seem to me that such evidences
as these ought to set every farmer in
the entire United States thinking more
the marketing end of his business.
Wc now have a Wool Department
in which wo are pooling Equity
wool thU year, and there- is no doubt
alxiut our making it a succusi for all
wo desire I am tho Secretary Treasurer,
id am giving in entire time to the
v r no v I hope the time will come
i e n hsve the entire country
uri'l. r on- tolling agency. Then we
cm ixn'tly uh we . Iese. nndplease
Go' we may be inspired to do only that
whehmr.ht nd just between man
and man Equity Farm J mrnn.
Since May, 190(3, Aycr's
has been entirely free
from alcohol. If you arc In
noor health, weak, pale, nerv
ous, ask your doctor about
this non-alcoholic tonic and
alterative. If he has a better
medicine, take his. Get the best
always. This is our advice.
W ynklUh r fkrauU
W kulik lkol
W ur ya ts
A slucgish liver mcini a coated toniue,
a bid bretth, and constipated bowels.
The quetlon Is, " What it the beat thing
to do under auchclrcumttancea?" Ask
your doctor if this la not a good answer:
''Take laxative doaea of Ayer'a Pilla."
m by O. J. O. Ajrt 0.. L.WSU. Mm-
A Business Proposition.
"Johnnie, I will give you half a
crown if you can get me a lock of your
"Give half a sov. an' I'll git do
whole bunch. I know where shebangs
it at nights. "-Sketchy Mils.
for Baby Free
The child of today is the parent of
the future, and whether it grows up
healthy and strong, or puny nnd weak,
depends upon the intelligence of its
parents, for most children arc born
into the world healthy, but thousands
become future weaklings between
birth and the age of ten. when the
parents are still in greatest control.
The prime c.iuko of trout lo In In the
stemacli. A Imby that Is tllumtiiif Its
fimti nelilom and always looks
tho little child whoso ainmuth Is koou"
romps anil plays nnd nover whlnen. tho
nrowlnp child learns well nt school and Is
cartr for fun If Uh head In cloar nod Its
stomach llk'lit. nnd that menus if It has
1!-e best nnd snfest wny to euro any
Irregularity of tho stomach nnd bowels
tn children la by tho use of Dr. Caldwell'!
Syrup Pcpnln. This Is a liquid Inxatlvo
wonderful In Its effect as Mrs. John W.
Dunham, Applo Croek, O.. Mrs. II. U
Cullnm, Plalnvllle, Ind., nnd numerous
others can testify who kIvo It to their
children with extraordinary results.
A bottle only costs CO conts or SI according
to the else you want, and even
one bottlo will do a wonderful
nmount of ood In n family. It can b
srlven to any member of the family In
constipation, sour stomach, Indigestion,
torpid liver, dyspepsia, hoartburn. alck
headache and similar digestive trouble.
It never rlpea or strangles, llko Pill,
tablets, salts and powders, which should
not be given to children, women or old
If you hava a child or other member or
the family who needs, but has never used
thla arrand laxative tonic, send your name
sujd address to the doctor and a free trial
IxrtUe will be Bent to your home. In thla
way you can find out what It will do
without personal expense.
If. there la anything- about
your allanant that you don't
understand, or If you want
any medical advice, write
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. Thore la
no charge for this service,
i The address Is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 500 Caldwell bld,
VOlt SALK BY ALL DRUGGIST.
Wo have received word from Ken
tucky that they have elected their
rartnor Journal contained nn editorial chutes to a Wool Growers' Convention
In tho results of pooling wool In Win- rr thu P"nw of orKunmnjr a wool
lonsin that was all HrIiI. Two years Grower' Department in trie American
ko I was on n committee on pontine Society of Equity aa soon us ino ouicr
kf wool in St. Croix enuntv. rw l..,.l States interested can oioci uieir
Lunri (vmiM .miii n(Tnr 10 i on ' trntcs and nn nirreed date is set. Take
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rents. Wo refine to sol . Wo told manor up, mr,
get ready for the convention.
In this connection we wish to state
that a letter from V. P. Cheevor, of
Matron, Wis., president of tho Wisconsin
Wool Growers' organization,
KtntoB that they already have over
fiOil.OOO pounds of wool pooled this year
and the pooling it going rapidly
More about this in the next
isaue. Equity Farm Journal.
First iiiisp. cures.
Hughe Mr.it., Miur, Ky., says:
Our bogt wire iek with cholera
nod re IimI six bond the dv wo begun
Uiiug l iiirbon ling (Jholeia
Heiuedv. Tint rumt'dy immediately
cheeked the and Wo did not
tuvo ntinilier log to dio nftor giving
them the first dor." For slo at
lUync it Taylor's drug store.
Why thickens Uon'l Talk.
The following conversation was overheard
between two bovs, aged soven
"Joe, why can't chickens talk?"
'Aw, they don't have to; when they
wants anything they just pull their
wish-bones and they gets their wish.
The Delineator for May.
Hlver Cutting away The Rank.
Hickman, Ky., April IK. -The
river banks have again begun
caving at Minis Point, Mo., and thirty-five
more feet of the bnnk have gone
Into the river. The rapid erosion is
threatening the dctKit, and steps have
been taken to move it within a few
days. A now landing stage will also
have to be excavated. The river is
now from six to eight feet below the
top of the bank and the undoreuirent
is eating into the sand strata under the
surf ire. All of tho buainosa section of
the town hat been rolled back once or
twice, and it seems as if the town is
Nn (longer Krnm Jlnimie's Knife.
On Jimmie's birthday his mother
gave, him a knife. A little friend told
him that ho ought to give hia mother n
penny so that it would not cut their
friendship, whereupon Jimmie replied,
"It wont cut nnything else, so I guess
it wont cut our friendship. "-The Delineator
Killed by Electric Bath.
Indianapolis, April 15. Conrad
Spcrka, a young electrician, died suddenly
last night in nn electric bath of
his own devising. He had arranged
that thu water in his bathtub could be
charged with electricity. Last night
he wns found unconscious in tho tub
nnd soon died.
The Coroner investigated today. It
seems that Spcrka turned into bath a
heavier current than he wns accustomed
to and tho shock killed him. He
came from Germany three months ngo
and wns jmployed by Fairbanks, Morse
Wanted A Thin Man.
Chicago, III., April lfi. -A thin man
who will not take up too much space,
is wanted by the government to assist
the operation of refrigerating machinery
in a special railway car, for the
pro-cooling of fruits. An examination
to secure such an appointee will be
hold May loth. The applicant mutt be
n mechanical assistant, with knowledge
of refrigerating machinery. Tho salary
of this post is from $fl(X) to $1,200 a
Tins vacancy now exists in the
of Plant Industry, Department of
Agriculture. Tho appointee must be
of slender build to enable him to get
into several corners of the car where
the space is limited. The car will travel
to all parts of the country.
New Wireless Electric Lamp.
Phillip Young, a young inventor of
this city, Tuesday fave a successful
demonstration of n wireless electric
lamp. He exhibited the lamp in a store
before a hundred persons, who arc convinced
of its utility. Young refused to
make known the secret of the lamp.
The light comes from an, incandescent
globe placed on a small cylinder filled
with a compound in the form of a powder.
A small battery also is charged
with this powder. Young said that ono
battery would keep tho lamp burning
continuously for six months. He asserted
that tho cost of this lamp was
trifling, but gave no definino estimates.
Grand Rapids Dispatch to tho Now
And All Misery From Indigestion
Vanishes Five Minutes Later.
Every family hero ought to keep
some Diapcpsin in tho house, aa any
ono of you may have an nttack of Indigestion
or Stomach trouble iit anv
time, day or night.
This" harmless preparation will digest
nnything vou eat and overcome n sour
Htomach five minutes nftewards.
If your meals don't tempt you, or
what little you do eat seems to fill you,
or lays like a lump of lead in your
stomach, or if you have henrtburn,
that is a sign of Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist for n
erne of Pape's Diapepsin and take one
triangulc nfter supper tonight. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigest d food miked with acid, no
stomach gas or henrtburn, fullness or
heavy feeling In the stomach, Nausea,
Debilitating Headachs, Dizziness or
Intestinal gripping. This will nil go.
and, besides, there will be no sour food
left over in the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for nil stomach misery, because it will
take hold of your food and digest it
just the same as if your stomach wasn't
Actual, prompt relief for all your
stomach misery is at yonr Pharmacist,
waiting for you.
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to cure a case of
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. 3-1-JIS 12 IG.
Electrocuted at Telephone.
Chicago, III.. April at
tempting to end seme trouble with a
telephone, John Shedden wns electrocuted
in hit rerddciieo, nt Elgin, last
Shortly after dinner the telephone
begun ringing wildly. Mr. Shredden
went repeatedly t the 'phone but
could henr nothing but a buzzing noise.
Unable to communicate with central,
ho secured n pair of shears u cut the
"Are you euro that will atop P,
Aaked Mrs Shedden.
"It certainly " replied Mr. Shed-
den, ns he (Hit the slioaia to the wire,
only tn full buck doed without n cry.
Investigation bv tho tile company
revenled th it th- wir had he-corned
trseil with a largp
feed wire from a tndlov mad anJ the
full current was ca nf d nto the house
I Women I
I WfcBM wfet siler tnm I
I JWMle tMmrwk, Irefieitjr I
Mfbtf Mr trMkk. Mil
H fMVII lTClK4 Wl MMUrl H
Hal! ywr ceb I
mMm CfcM I
IiMm. RbaMlt, lwMt
HMM.Iir a mm.
Mrs. ! Mart, trkree,
Ik., IrM Cartel art
frta all sorts ef
ka pata fat my
sMe, aVawhf aalas la Bay
Ies,etald aaC sleep, had
sfctrtaess ! areata.
I saOered far years,
aasbaad Insisted oa
aw trylnrj Cardnl. The first
bottle gave me relief aad
nov; I am almost well."
II will help yoa.
Sunn: Advertising Kiitcs.
The raise in advertising rates by tin
Curtis publications seta u new murk
for magazine advertising prices. The
new rate is as follows:
"Ladies Homo Journal, $7 pei line
$2,000 per inside piige; inside cover
pages, $5,000 and $7,000 for tho back
cover. Saturday Evening Post, $5 per
line. $3,000 per inside pnge; inside cover,
$3,000 nnd bnck covers. $3,600."
Work For All.
A minister in Mates county, Mo.,
was horrified one Sunday rec ntly to
see a boy in the rear of the church
pelting the hearers in the amen corner
with paper wads. As the good man
looked at him the boy cried out: "You
'tend to your preaching, mister; I'll
keep 'em awake!"
CASTOR I A
Tar Iaftnta and Children.
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Those Who Have Paid Up or
Renewed Their Subscription
Since Our Last
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W M Davis, U P D No 1
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bittnr Frnm Arkansas.
Ladd, Ark., April 10. find
two dollars for back subscription nnd
renewal one year to tho best paper in
the world we could not do with out it.
W. B. Wooten.
Only Lost Ono.
Mrs. Cynthia Duncan, Georgetown,
Ky., says: ! had occasion
to use Mnurhon Poultry Cure with
in V turitovs this year and it ourcd
thoiii. I only lost one, don't think
1 would hnve lost it if I had used
this medicine sooner. " For salo at
II h ties & Taylor's drug store.
Dr. H. A Slayden.
: Veterinarian :
Answers all calls Day or Night,
has a full outfit of instruments. '
Marion, - - Kentucky.'
By JOHN S. HODGSON,
ndopting ns their
TTfl tf I 'ar handicraft olTerir
motion as loreinen
stands in strong relief
number of highly trainee?
out every year by America
I Aa mrmfAa lln inllr. fn
io ivttiun iu; juill'l
steady addition to the ranks of gv
in applied science evidences a satisf
recognition of the necessity of compreV
sive specialization to use an apparent cox
tradiction in terms. On the other handjsi
the growing disinclination to surve a long term of apprenticeship, with
the naturally resulting disposition to nbundon a trade imperfectly acquired
by other method:?, suggests u disappointing survival of "the vulgar
conceit." deprecated by President Kliot of Harvard in his inaugural
addrcns nearly d() years ago, "that a Yankee can turn his hand to anything."
It would ho idle, however, to regard this ns the 6ole or even ns
the principal factor in the demy of n system under which vast armies
of skilled and "craft proud" workmen were formerly recruited.
It will tend to assist in the senrch for remedial measures if it be
remembered that the same breakdown of the apprentice system, though
in a minor degree, is to he recorded of European countries. In Great
Britain, excel lent results have leen achieved in the past from systematic
study in night schools. Much of their success has been due to the
character of evening study and daily work the latter
bringing home to the average mind the advantages, if not the absolute
necessity, of what is furnished by the former.
In conclusion, it may be doubted whether the full benefit derivable
from improved methods of industrial training, however admirable in
themselves, can be secured through their exclusive application to the
class now tilling the ranks of manual labor. A reversion to the old
belief in "the dignity of labor," taking practical form in diverting to
the lathe or the bench n share of the present rush to the roll-top desk,
.i a condition well worthy of united
effort in a country showing niniiv
Hgns of drifting nway from the loft
ideals of its founders.
Hy DR. EDGAR HOFFMAN,
Some day vou may eat too much. Some night
(if vou' re a man) vou may drink more than it
SOLD BY HAYES a TAYL0K
Mniiiiy ii Mi!i:tini Joy.
I '"" Yi'oninn can only reason up to n certain
point, after which she "sees blind," or, in
H Wr&min other words, loses sight of the question at
yQJX ' tut' period minu were npprniFcd at,
sj . 'buy ivmi po ins-, and inc average minci at ou,
lOC i it would be found that the ratio of
I os in these two figures would
..i ii'9jm'iini i'u Him ti. w mi a woman
v'litimentality would take the place of
in similar ratios, the
being that, to an ordinary jiolitical or
sociological or economic problem, n woman
with a lurfect feminine mind could
bring to bear only ten per cent, of common sense, nnd an average woman
live per cent. which looks bad for the suffragettes. When
women show more than usually ucuminous intellect they are really not applying
either knowledge or experience, but are simply making haphazard
shots by the machinery of intuition. And when u woman ehowa an enduring
nnd consistent intellectuality it may lie asserted positively that she is
or without the ordinary attributes of love that characterize
ordinarily constituted women.
good for you. For all excesses in eating and drinking
is best because it acts on the liver, moves the bowels
and eets rid of whatever may be overloading your
stomach. For any sickness of the sort constipa
tion or stomach and liver troubles take an NR tab
let to-night and you'll feel better in the morning. 52
(tik, tn h trim to 'l ill" E-i"
nor. "If y u av n; m r i. i the
Elinor was anzious to bring , cut," she said. ;I :it jm i -
home Angora .at f,om Maw , VZAn J!! t?n
summer. Her mother o jcted trln
ing thai ihe cue of a cat from M.tie
to Conuetieiit w, s entirely too .irduoiis
said; "Hut. mot) r, 1 ow iiunh longer
ncatsoulil lnvi than a o'lun." The
Delineator for Muv.
m We have the only complete line of
Furniture in the county, and if you give us
a call we can satisfy you in quality and
We will also exchange New Furniture
for your old, or will buy it and, pay cash,
We also have the most complete line
of Coffins. Caskets and Undertakers Supplies
ever in Marion, and will 'answers calls
night or day. Just Phone 53.
NUNN & TUCKER.
.. V.'A . " s