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Back aches all the time
the body; worries
the mind. Kidneys
cause it all and
Pills relieve and
II. B. McCarver,
Portland. Oretron. lit2WV';
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for the Trans-Continental
" I used Doan's
Kidney Pills for
backache and oth or
symptoms of kid
ney trouble which had annoyed me for
months. I think a cold was responsi
ble for the whole trouble. It seemed
to settle in my kidneys. Doan's Kidney
Pills rooted it out. It is several months
since I used them, and up to date there
has been no recurrence of the trouble."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price, 50 cents per box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y.
Did the Best Tliey Could.
She I wonder why they hung that pic
ture? He Perhaps they couldn't catch the
artist. Stray Stories.
10,000 riants for IGe. !
This is a remarkable offer the John A. !
palzer beed Co., L.a Crosse, is., makes.
They will send you their big plant and
teed catalog, together with enough seed to
1,000 fine, solid Cabbages,
2,000 delicious Carrots,
2,000 blanching, nutty Celery,
2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
1,000 splendid Onions,
1,000 rare, luscious Radishes,
1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers.
This great offer is made in order to in
duce you to try their warranted seeds
for when you once plant them you will
grow no others, and
ALL FOB BUT 16c POSTAGE,
providing you will return this notice, and
if you will send them 20c in postage, they
will add to the above a package of the fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. K. L.J
Daily Guide to Flattery. If you meet
a woman who strongly suspects that she
is a beauty, ask her earnestly if all her
family are beautiful. Baltimore Amer
ican. Dropsy treated free by Dr. II. IT. Green's
Sons, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy
ppeeialista in the world. Read their adver
tisement in another column of tbi Paper.
Many a -gcn.'as has been considered a fool
and too ot ten, he was merely a different kind
m tool than tue one he was considered.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three yenrs ago. Mr. Thos.
Bobbins', Norwich, X. Y., Feb. 17, 1000.
."When a man loves his work he needs
110 time-keeper. Ram's Horn.
To Care n. Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
It is the truth that changes the times
and not the times that change the truth.
Loss cf Time. Loss cf Money,
Loss cf Place, Loss cf Comfort,
all follow hi the train cf not using
It has cured thousands. Wi'l
cure you. Price 25c. and SOc.
to bring good prices must have
of a fer
We will send our boots, giving full infor
mation about the subject, to any fanner who
writes for them.
GERflAN KALI WORKS,
Kow York 98 Kuui Street, or
Atlanta. Ga. So. Broad St.
1500.000 BUSH ELS
tartest seed potato grolversin the kvrtef
Elegant stock. Tremendous yields.
from 400 to 1000 bushels per acre.
FOR SO CENTS
and this notice we send you lots of farm
eed samples and big catalogue, t illing
all about Teostnte, Spelts, Peaoat, Aerid
J-IH1 iiariey .macaroni w neat, uromua.
tLMxuesi cane, etc eena lorsameioaay.
ARE YOU GOING TO THE
Send for Booklet telling how to
aecure accommodation at
The only Hotel within the rronnds. Rates: 11x0
totS.5U European: Ki.GO lo $7.0U American, which
include daily admission. Address Boom 11 'J,
THE INSIDE EMM
Administration Building CAI12T I ftlHC
World's yair Ground OAIH I LUwIO
FnACDS IX A BALE OF If AT
Fraud In Watch Cases.
According to an article in the Cincin
nati Commercial, a fifty-one pound stone
was recently found in that city secreted
in a bale of hay of eighty pounds.
Tbis is not as bad as finding a lump of
lead of nearly one-half the weight of the
solid gold watch case secreted in the cen
ter of the case.
Cold watch cases are sold by weight,
and no one can see where this lead is
secreted until the springs of the case are
taken out and the lead will be found se
creted behind them.
These cases are made by companies -who.
profess to be honest but furnish the
means to the dishonest to rob the pub
lic. It is not pleasant for anyone to find
that lie has lugged a lump of lead in hia
Another trick the makers of spurious
6olid gold watch cases is to stamp the
case "U. S. Assay." ' The United States
does not stamp any article made out of
gold and silver except coin, and the fakir,
by using this stamp, wants to make the
public believe that the government had
something to do with the stamping or
guaranteeing the fineness of watch cases.
Another trick of the watch fakir is to
advertise a watch described as a solid
gold filled watch with a twenty or twenty-nve-year
guarantee. These watches are
penerallv sent C. O. 1)., and if the pur
chaser has paid for the watch, he finds
that the Company which guaranteed the
watch to war is not in existence.
The Dueber-Hampden Vvratch Company
of Canton, Ohio, who are constantly ex
posing these frauds, will furnish the
names of the manufacturers who are iu
this questionable business.
Dad SI KM.
Mr. Citydweller (to suburban real es
tate apent) I find only one fault with
your district. Mr. Boomerup, but that
makes me decline to buy a residence
; Mr. Boomerup Why, what is the mat
ter? ! "I noticed to-day, as we have been driv
i ing about, that all your finest houses are
owned by physicians. btray btories.
Salzer's Earliest Cane.
Another new thing. Can be cut six times
during a season and sprouts again with
lightning rapidity. Next to Salzer's Teo
einte it Avill make more green fodder than
anything else, cheap as dirt and grows
Of Salzer's Renovator Grass Mixture,
just the thing for pastures and mead
ows, Mr. E. Rappold, East Park, Ga.,
writes, "I sowed Salzer's Grass Mixture on
Boil 'so poor two men could not raise a fuss
on it,' and in forty-one clays after sowing I
had the grandest stand of grass in the
County. Salzer's Grass Mixtures sprout
quickly and produce enormously." 100,000
barrels choice Seed Potatoes.
SALZER'S TiEW NATIONAL OATS.
TTere is a winner, a prodigy, a marvel,
enormously prolific, strong, healthy, vigor
uuj, producing in thirty States from 150
to 300 bu. per acre. You had best sow a
lot of it, Mr. Farmer, in 1904, and in the
fall sell it to your neighbors at $1 a bu.
JUST SEND IOC IN STAMPS
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse,
Wis., and receive in return their big cata
log and lots of farm seed samples free.
raually the Cane.
"A man's enemies seldom kick him when
he's down," remarked the moraluer.
'"That's right." rejoined the demoral
izer. "They stand aside and give his
friends a chance." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Very Low Rates from Memphis to
the Southwest Via X. C. & St. I. Ry.
On the first and third Tuesdays of the
months of February, March and April, the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry.,
which has its own rails from Memphis to
Nashville, Chattanooga and Atlanta, will
sell one-way settlers' and round-trip home
seekers' tickets at very low rates from
Memphis to certain points on its lines in
Tennessee, Kentucky, North Alabama and
Georgia, also to other points in the South
east. For additional information, time
tables, etc., write A. R. Smith, T. P. A.,
Little Rock. Ark., R. C. Cowardin, T. P.
A., Dallas, Texas.
The true pcet has a lively imagination and
to too, has the mere verse writer, for the
latter is apt to imagine that he is a poet.
Knowledge from Experience.
Is what we understand when Dr.
Spalding, an eminent Baptist devine, ol
Galveston, Texas, writes "send me two
bottles of Taylor's Cherokee Remedy ol
Sweet Gum and Mullein. It is for a
friend suffering from consumption. It
is a preparation I know from experience
to be good."
At druggists, 25c, 50c, and fl.00 a
It may be but a small matter even if a man
doesn t know his own mind Chicago Daily
"The Inside Inn" is the name of the only
hotel in the World's Fair Grounds' Amer
ican and European plan at reasonable
rates. See advertisement in another column
and write for folder to "Inside Inn," Ad
ministration Bldg., Room 110, St. Louis, Mo.
Students of ancient history are never up
to date. Chicago Daily News.
Any one can dye with Putnam Fadeless
Dye, no experience required.
A man's life is
him. Rani's Horn.
Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice-
Templar, Independent Order
Good Templars, of Silver Lake,
Mass., tells of her cure by the
use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
" Deab Mrs. Phtkham : Four years
ago I was nearly dead with inflamma
tion and ulceration. I endured daily
untold ag-ony, and life was a burden
to me. I had used medicines and
washes internally and externally until
I made up my mind that there was no
relief for me. Calling at the home of
a friend, I noticed a bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. My friend endorsed it highly,
and I decided to give it a trial to Bee if
it would help me. It took patience
and perseverence for I was in bad con
dition, and I used Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for
nearly five months before I was cured,
but what a change, from despair to
happiness, from misery to the delight
ful exhilarating feeling health always
brings. I would not change back for
a thousand dollars, and your Vegetable
Compound i a grand medicine.
"I wish every sick woman would
try it and be convinced." Mrs. Ida
Haskell, Silver Lake, Mass. Worthy
Vice Templar, Independent Order of
Good Templars. ffiOOO forfeit tf original
ef aboom litter proving ftnulnenett cannot be pre-fuced.
SUBSOILS FOR ORCHARDS.
Unless They Are Just Right It la Im
possible to Get a Healthy
Growth of Treea.
In his last annual report Prof. E. W.
Hilgard, director of the California ex
periment station, calls attention to the
importance of examining into the na
ture of the subsoil of the proposed or
chard site. He says:
Few persons can have an idea of the
extent to which the planting of or
chards on shallow soils underlaid by
bardpan or heavy clays has caused pe
cuniary loss, often almost ruin, to old
timers as well as to newcomers to the
state. Every few days there come let
ters transmitting samples of tree
branches having the "die-back," and
asking about the means of relief. We
might usefully stereotype the first sen
tence in reply to such inquiries, briefly
to the effect: "Examine your subsoil!"
In nine cases out of ten it is either
hardpan or an impervious clay sub
stratum, which deflects the roots side
ways after the second or third year, and
of course prevents a healthy normal
development toward the moist depths
of the soil, where abundant plant-food
awaits them in all good orchard lands.
More rarely it is a layer of coarse sand,
or gravel, which prevents the rise of
moisture from below; sometimes it is
the rise of the bottom water, which
causes disease of the deeper roots, and
also starves the tree. Almost Invari
ably the question is asked: "What fer
tilizer must I apply to remedy the trou
ble?" Well, in most cases no fertilizer
of any kind will remedy the difficulty;
the existence of which should have been
ascertained before planting the orchard,
or, better, before buying the land at all.
Even in the east and in Europe, care
ful farmers scrutinize the subsoil be
fore investing. In the arid region this
is tenfold more needful, because of the
critical importance of the subsoil, over
shadowing that of the surface soil, as
already explained. The irrigator who
pays so dearly for his water is doubly
Interested in it, and ought always to
know haw long it takes water to soak
to a certain depth in his land, so as
to be sure that it does not run off the
surface of natural or artificial hardpan,
and flow to the neighbor below, instead
of soaking down.
Simple Implement Which Redacoa
Labor Expended in Garden Work
to a Minimum.
Take three pieces of oak.three by three,
three feet long, make front ends of out
side pieces round and bolt all three to
gether with two strips of Iron at front,
one on top, the other on bottom, so out
side pieces will work on hinge, fasten
handles to center piece; for back braces
take two pieces of old wagon-tire two
and one-half feet long, fasten to each
outside piece at back end, punch four
holes in each brace and bolt to center
piece; by punching several holes In the
back braces you can widen or close
the weeder to suit the width of row;
join handles to center piece and brace
handles as shown in cut; take 12 har
row teeth and shape like shovel plow,
saw a notch on outside piece two-thirds
the depth of tooth, fasten teeth with
bolts by boring one hole through the
outside piece and another half way, in
the form of a staple; by this method you
can raise or lower the teeth as desired.
A. I Craig, in Epltomist.
Spraylno; Kills Apple Scnt.
Experiments at the Ohio station have
demonstrated clearly that the apple
scab is the chief factor in the destruc
tion of the apple crop, and that this
fungus can be kept under control by
spraying. Four splendid, successive
crops were produced on the sprayed
trees at the station, while the fruit on
the unsprayed trees in the same and
neighboring orchards was worth less.
The director, Prof. Thorne, however,
calls attention to the fact that exhaus
tion of soil fertility, want of water and
Insect ravages may all cooperate with
scab or other fungus growth in short
ening the crop, and says: "If our or
chards are again to produce the great
crops of earlier days, we must, in so
far as possible, restore the soil condi
tions of those days; we must avoid the
waste of water In these sections where
rainfall is scanty by preventing the
growth under the trees of weeds or
grass, and by keeping the surface in such
condition as to prevent rapid evapora
tion." How to Clean the Cbnrna.
A churn cannot be made clean with a
dirty cloth, and a cloth of this kind Is
one of the best known places for breed
ing disease germs, and these may be
washed from the seams of the pans or
corners of the churn. It takes only a
few minutes to wash the cloths in cold
water, and then they should be put in
a strong pearline suds and allowed to
boil for at least 20 minutes, then they
should be rinsed and hung out in the
air and sunshine, and if this is done every
few days, the cloths may be always kept
white and sweet smelling. Midlan'd
GroTTlnc Medicinal Plant.
The extensive imports of leading
drugs, exceeding $3,000,000 annually,
have led the department of agriculture
to study the possibility of profitably
producing some of these at home. The
culWvation of golden seal, snake root
and similar native drug plants, which
are becoming exterminated in the wild
state, has been begun on a small scale.
The lelaves of plants like stramonium
cannot be produced profitably unless
grown where land and labor are cheap.
Experiments In curing leaves with arti
ficial beat gave promising results.
IN THE SCHOOL ROOM.
Mrs. George H. Beckwith, of Denver,
has presented the town of Bennettsville,
S. C. with a handsome public school
The first college for women in Japan
was opened less than two years ago, and
its students already amount to more
than 800, a large number of whom come
from the most distant parts of the Jap
Rev. Dr. W. E. Huntington, for 20
years dean of Boston university, has
been elected president of that institu
tion, to fill the office of president, which
had been vacant since the death of
President William F. Warren, a year
In a foreign office report on the trade
of Nanking, it is stated that such is the
value placed on literary degrees by the
Chinese that during a period when hun
dreds of the inhabitants were dying
daily from cholera no fewer than 17,
000 students visited the city to compete
for 200 vacancies.
Prof. John M. Tyler, of Amherst col
lege is noted for his pat way of putting
things. He claims that the education of
the heart should go on with the educa
tion of the head and in emphasizing his
theory recently he said: "The need of
heart education has been recognized
through all the centuries, and so we have
Bunyan sending Great Heart and not
Swell Head to the aid of Christian."
Prof. F. L. Smart, principal of the
Dubuque high school, who a year ago
penalized ""spooning" students with
expulsion, has caused another sensation
with a letter over hi3 signature in a lo
cal paper in which he warns parents of
the evils that 'beset their children
through the absence of restriction on
the social enjoyments of young persons.
He alleges that there has been a great
falling off in school work "because the
pupils boys and girls have been too
much concerned with balls, parties and
dress." He adds: "Our boys and girlg
ought to. be boys and girls much longer
than they are. They begin to take on
the airs of grown people all too soon.
But until the parents become a little
mare sane in the matter, I suppose we
teachers shall have to bear the blame
of Johnnie's and Jennie's failure to do
good work, when the failure is in truth
due to too much social dissipation. I
do not say this complainingly, but as
a mere statement of fact."
TWO KINDS OF LAW.
One for I.n vr-AlIl inte ' CI t izena and
the Other Geiierons-Sptritetl
Georgia has a law intended to induce .-tock-owneis
to keep their animals in their own
nelds, says the Atlanta Constitution.' When
a farmer iinds his neighbor's cattle in his
corn, instead of sending them to the pound
or snooting them, he puts thtm in his own
corr al, and when the owner comes fur them,
chaigcs him 50 cents a head to pay for the
It happened that when the law was under
discussion two neighbors were very violent,
the one in favor of it, the other against it.
After the law had been passed the cattle of
the man who had opposed it got into the oth
er man's field and were captured. Their
owner went for them.
"As I am a law-abiding citizen," said the
other farmer, "and as there are 14 cattle, it
will cost you seven dollars."
The man whose cattle had been impounded
was indignant, but lie paid the bill. A little
later he captured his neighbor's cattle in
his lield. allet in pocket, the owner of the
cows rode over to get them.
"Well." h demanded, "how much do I
owe you "r"
"Not a cent," replied the other. "I may
not be a law-abiding citizen, but I'm a neigh
bor." neat In the World.
Estliervillc, la., Feb. 1st. Mr. George
J. Barber, of this place, says:
"Dodd's Kidney 1'illa are the best
medicine in the world. There is noth
ing as good. I had been sick for over
15 years with Kidney Disease, which
finally turned into Bright's Disease. I
was treated by Doctors in Chicago, but
they didn't do me any good. Ihe best
Doctor in Fstherville treated me for five
years with no better success. 1 heard of
Dodd's Kidney Pills, and made up my
mind to give them a trial.
"1 am very thankful to be able to pay
that they cured me completely, and I
think they are the best medicine in the
The honest, earnest, straightforward
experiences of real living men and
women are the only material used in
advertising Dodd's Kidney Pills. One
such testimony is worth more than a
thousand unsupported claims. The peo
ple who have used Dodd's Kidney Pills
are those whose evidence is worth con
sideration, and surely nothing can be
more convincing than a statement like
Jlr. Barber's. There are thousands of
others just as strong.
Thought It Wan Soiled.
They were a party of people fiom "up
state," and nothing in the big city inter
ested them so much as the great ships at
the docks. They had been wandering foy
fully over the deck of a four-master just
about to clear with coal for an eastern port,
and after awhile one of the women found
an open hatch.
"Come here!" she called excitedly to her
nearest companion, with the air of one who
has made a discovery. "J-ook! Look!
Just think! She's holier!" Youth's Com
panion. One of the laws of gravity is never to
laugh at your own jokes.
Blows from the bellows of ridicule leave
Bo bruises. Chicago Tribune.
Well begun is half done: but only half
done is all undone. Ham's Horn.
A blanket mortgage will not keep a house
warm in zero wtather. Chicago Daily Xews.
Many people are honest as the day is long:
the night is when they need watching. N.
It's folly for theleap-year girl to waste her
t ime on a man who doesn't seem to mind his
bachelor freedom. Chicago Daily News.
Mrs. Suburba "There goes Mrs. Tough
man. Is she in mourning for her late hus
band?" Mrs. Knowit "So; only wearing
black for him." Cincinnati Times-Star.
Wife "There was- a man around to-day
selling big brass burglar alarm bells to put
on the front of the house, so I ordered one."
Husband "What! You know we haven't
anything worth stealing." Wife "I know,
but it will make the neighbors think we
have." Philadelphia Ledger.
"That man in there is a hypocrite," said
Jackson, as he left the drug store. "You
mean the druggist?" "Yes. When I went
in I interrupted him in the midst of com
pounding a prescription ; I told him I wanted
a two-cent srtamp and he smiled as sweetly
as if he was glad to see me." Philadelphia
Mr. Subbubs "I sent a girl to see vou
from the employment agencv thi.o morning.
Did she call V' Mrs. Subbubs " Yes, she in
terviewed me." Mr. Subbubs "And will
she take the place?" Mrs. Subbubs "I hope
o. She was pleased to say she thought I
would be 'respectfur to her." Philadelphia
"How did you decide so quickly that th
prisoner was not insane?" asked the judge,
a little curiously, of one of the examining
physicians. "Oh, that was easy," was the
reply. "We asked him if there wasanything
Le wanted to talk over with the president,,
and he replied in the negative." Syracuse
WOMEN ARBulpLIToLLY C
Colds Invariably Result in Catarrh, Which Sets Up a
Host of Distressing Diseases.
PERU'NA Both Protects and Cures a Cold Read Proof.'
Miss Rose Gordon, 2,103 Oakland
av., Oakland Ileig-hts, Madison, Wis.,
A few years ngo I eanglit A severe
cold, which resnlted in chronic bron
chitis anil catarrh. Our family physi
cian prescribed medicines which save
temporary relief only. I began tak
LnK I'eruna and improved at once.
Two bottles cared me. I recommend
I'eruna to all safferers, and am most
eratefal to yon for your valuable
medicine." Miss Rose Gordon.
Washington, B.C., COO II afreet, X. W.
Hear Mr. Ilnrtmnni "I used to think
that the doctors knew all about our
aches and pains and were the proper
ones to consult when sick, hut since
I have been sick myself I certainly
had good reason to change my mind.
During the winter I caught a heavy
cold, which developed into catarrh ol
the bronchial tubes and an inflamed
condition of the respiratory organs.
The doctors were afraid that pnen
uionta would set in and prescribed
pills, powders and packs until I sick
ened of the whole thing, as I did not
improve. One of the ladies in the home
had a bottle of I'eruna and she ad
vised me to try that. Shortly after I
began UKing it I felt that I had found
the right medicine. I used two bottles
and they restored meeasilyand pleas
antly to perfect health. "While my
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A
She "And you don't think there is a
chance in the world of our living through
our lives without a quarrel?" lie "There
is always a fighting chance, dear." Cin
cinnati Commercial Tribune.
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stomach was very delicate, Peruna did
not nauseate me in the least, but gave
me a good appetite, and I wish to ex
press my gratitude to you for restored
health." Miss Rosalie Von Struenning
Is the Beginning of Most "Winter
Ailments Pe-ru-na Protects
Against and Cures Colds.
There is no fact of medical science
better established than that a teaspoon
ful of Pernua before each meal during
the winter season will absolutely pro
tect a person from catching1 cold. Now,
if this is true (and there is no doubt of
it), thousands of lives would be saved,
and tens of thousands of cases of
chronic catarrh prevented, by this
simple precaution within reach of
After a cold has been contracted a
teaspoonful of Peruna everj' hour will
shortly cure it, leaving1 no trace of it
behind. After chronic catarrh has be
come established, or the first stages of
chronic bronchitis or consumption have
been reached, it will take much longer
to effect a cure.
It seems stransre that as well known
and well established as these facts are
FREE PE-RU-NA ALMANAC.
Mr. Simpkin "Oh, Miss Mabel, the
scenery makes me think of a Shakespear
ean passage." Miss Mabel "Which?" Mr.
Simpkin "Well er I don't quite remem
tana, out tney are aouars Detter.
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any one should neglect to profit by
them, and yet no doubt there are many
who pay little or no attention to them
and go on catching cold, acquiring
chronic catarrh, bronchitis and con
Mrs. Mary E. Sampson, West Derry,
Rockingham comity, N. H., writes:
'! had terrible headaches, both ears
run and I was nervous all the time, also
had trouble each month; was deaf hi
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