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A Nurse Says : " Pe-ru-na is a
Tonic of Efficiency."
MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
Airs. Kate Taylor, a graduated
urse of prominence, gives her ex-
perience with Peruna in an open I
I letter. Her position in society and J
professional standing combine to j
Iglve special prominence to ber ut- T
te ranees. j
CHICAGO, ILL., 427 Monroe St.
" As far as I have observed J'eruna
is the finest tonic any man or woman
can use who is weak from the after
effects of aii3 serious illness.
"I have seen it used in a number of
convalescent cases, and have seen sev
eral other tonics used, but I found that
those whoused Peruna had thequiekest
"Peruna seems to restore vitality,
increase bodily vigor and renew health
and strength in a wonderfully short
time." MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
In view of the great multitude of
"' women suffering from some form of fe
male disease and yet unable to find any
- cure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned spe
cialist on female catarrhal diseases, has
Rnnounced his willingness to direct the
treatment of as many cases as make
application to him during th summer
months, without charge. Address The
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
FIXING PRICE OF POETRY.
Tb.9 Only Way of Deciding What tn.9
Heal Article for Magazine
The great magazine editor was wrapped
in thought and cigar smoke. To him came
an assistant editor with a poem, relates
the Chicago Post.
"This seems to have passed the usual
test," 6aid the assistant.
"Have 1 read it?" asked the editor.
"Was I able to make anything of it?"
"Then accept it, of course."
"Hut how much shall we pay for it?"
The great editor increased the cloud of
'thought and cigar smoke.
"I lave you read it?" he asked, at last.
"Were you able to make anything out
"Looks as if it might he pretty valuable,
doesn't it? How many of our manuscript
readers have tackled it?"
"Could any of them make out what the
poet was driving at?"
"Well. Robinson thought he got a glim
mering idea of the underlying meaning."
"That takes $10 otf the price," said the
editor. "Just ligure it up according to the
usual method Sfl'J added for everv; man
who couldn't understand it ami 10 ueduct
ed for every mau who could. W e've got tr
pay good prices for good poetry, and
there is only one way to decide what has
real magazine merit.'
"That was a great sermon you preached
this morning." aid the old deacon, "ana
it was well-timed, too."
"Ye?," rejoined the parson, with a deep
sigh. "L noticed that."
"Noticed what?" asked the puzzled dea
con. "That several of the congregation looked
Bt thei? watches frequently," answered the
good ion;" with another deep sigh. Chi
cago Daily News.
"That lobbyist seems to have a good deal
of money to spend," remarked the tirst
"Yes," replied the other, "he's work
ing for an ordinance to allow automobilei
"Ah! in the interest of the Auto club?"
"No. the undertakers' trust.'' Philadel
HAS A SAY.
The Principal of a High School
a flourishing Calif, city says:
"For 23 years I worked in the school
with only short summer vacations. I
formed the habit of eating rapidly,
masticated poorly which coupled with
my sedentary work led to indigestion,
liver trouble, lame back and rheuma
tism. "Upon consulting physicians some
doped me with drugs, while others pre
scribed dieting and sometimes I got
temporary relief, other times not. For
12 years I struggled along with this
handicap to my work, seldom laid up
but often a burden to myself with
lameness and rheumatic pains.
. "Two years ago I met an old friend,
a physician who noticed at once my
out-of-health condition and who pre
scribed for me an exclusive diet of
Grape-Nuts, milk and fruit.
"I followed his instructions and in
two months I felt like a new man with
no more headaches, rheumatism or
liver trouble and from that time to
this Grape-Nuts has been my main
food for morning and evening meals,
am stronger and healthier than I have
been for years without a trace of the
"Judging from my present vigorous
physical and mental state I tell my
people Methuselah may yet have to
take second place among the old men;
for I feel like I will live a great many
"To all thjs remarkable change in
health I am indebted to my wise friend
and Grape-Nuts and I hope the Tostum
Co. will continue to manufacture this
life and health giving food for several
centuries yet. until I move to a world
where indigestion is unknown." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Ask any physician what he knows
about Grape Nuts. Thos who have
tried it know thing.'?.
"There's a reason."
Look in each pkg. for the famous
little book, "The Road to Wellville."
FERTILIZATION OF CELERY.
What the Special Application of Ni
trate of Soda Did for a Grower
The celery plant is composed of over
90 per cent, of water. To secure such
Bucculence essentially requires an abun
dance of readily soluble nitrogenous
food. This must be in constant supply
during growing season to develop per
fection of brittle crispnesa.
The stalks shown here are repre
sentative individuals from two
plots in a comparative manurial ex
periment. The one on the left is from
the plot fertilized in the usual way with
commercial manure, containing plant
NITRATE OF SODA ON CELERY.
food constituents in the ordinary pro
portion: Nitrogen, 5 per cent.; phos
phoric acid 7 per cent.; potash 12 per
cent. The stalk on the ight is from
the plot that received in addition to ap
plication of fertilizer above, three ap
plications of 200 pounds each nitrate ol
soda, at equally divided intervals during
the growing season. This was distrib
uted and immediately cultivated into the
soil on each side of the row.
The specially treated field was ready
for market the latter part of June, and
because of extra early maturity, at timt
when-good stocks were scarce, sold fot
55 and CO cents per dozen. This field wa
cleared July 8, ground leveled and sec
ond crop planted for fall harvest. Th
field not receiving nitrate came on the
market considerably later, and, although
?ood stock, netted only 20 and 25 cents,
We were not able to double crop thi
field, as we did the nitrated plot. R. M
Winans, in Orange Judd Farmer.
WORK OF THOMAS STREET.
George May Powell, Chairman Inten
sive Gardening Council, Con
siders It Priceless.
The vast value of the work of Thorn
as Street, the English octogenarian gar
dener, philosopher and poet, in his in
tensive agricultural demonstrations, is
simply incalculable. He has done a work
of such national importance as entitles
him to a bronze monument after, and a
government pension before he goes to
his long home. By digging his ground
30 inches deep, and some of it three feet,
and heavy fertilization, he has demon
strated something equal if not superior
to irrigation. As men where he lives
Vineland. N. J. know, the early
drought of 1903 made strawberries
failure, a pitiful one to those, many of
them, dependent on the strawberry
crop. His berries showed no loss; their
roots went down to perpetual moisture
On a space ten feet wide and 45 long, he
raised $100 worth of asparagus, whole
sale. Other fruits, vegetables and grains
he thus grew on a corresponding scale
A scale showing that an acre so treated
would net as much value, or more than
would result from 100 acres of average
American farming. This is more far
reaching than may seem to some; it Is
one key to relief from the ominous over
crowding of cities, periling our national
jfe; also, to more than doubling out
forest area, as there is not so much
surface needed for farming. This addi.
tion to forested areas would regulate
not increase rainfall, benefiting agri
culture over $1,000,000,000 a year!
Therefore, too, aid navigation, and man
tifacturers by regulating flow, also pre
vent floods, every year gaining in an
palling power. Such deep digging by
hand is expensive, but the steam plow
will ere long regulate that. Then, when
millions of acres are stirred so deeply,
that also will check floods, alternating
with the low water in streams, and thus
increase their value for navigation, for
nyaraunc power for manufacturers.
George May Powell, Philadelphia.
Netting for Cherry Trees.
While birds are generally conceded to
do the farmer more good than harm,
keeping in check insect enemies that
would often destroy entire crops in re
turn for the little seed and fruit he is
reputed to require, some experiments
made in Iowa on a cherry farm appear
to indicate that the birds' appetite for
cherries is amazingly large. The trees
on which the tests were conducted were
enveloped in a light weight block fish
netting, with openings too small for
birds to get through. The covered trees
yielded fully CO per cent, more fruit
than the unprotected trees, and a repe
tition of the experiment in the following
year with the protection on the other
trees practically confirmed this result.
The netting after the cherry picking is
taken down and stored for use in suc
Number of Cows In Europe.
A German journalist has just pub
lished the following figures, as repre
senting the number of cows in the prin
cipal countries of continental Europe,
with the estimated production of butter
and cheese-in metric tons: Russia, 10,
C00.00O cows, 350.0D0 tons produce; Ger
many 8,950,000 cows, 300,000 tons; Aus
tria, 6,000,000 cows, 170,000 tons; France,
5,000,000 cows, 145,000 tons; Belgium,
8C0.000 cows, 60,000 tons; Switzerland,
800,000 cows, 70.000 tons; Denmark,
1,050,000 cows, 60,000 tons.
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' Ij1 Tl I 111 IHM
Good One Necessary.
One of the English weekly papers tells
a. good "caddie" story. A distinguished
amateur came to the links with the air of
one who has only to come and 6e in order
"Haw. caddie,' 'he said.
"What's the length of this hole?"
"Two hundred yards, 6ir."
"Haw. I see. .lust a drive and a nutt.
He addressed the ball, swung, and drove
it a couple ot yards.
"Noo, said the caddie, "noo for the
de'il o' a putt!" N. Y. Tribune.
A Peculiar Case.
Bridgeport, Ala., April 2oth. A re
markable case and one which has puzzled
a great many people is reported here
It is the case of a lady wno evidently
came very nearly having paralysis. Her
name is Mrs. Martha Glasscock, and she
tens ttie ioiiowing interesting story:
i was afflicted with a tingling sensation
in my nesn and burning in the soles -of
my feet and at times I would be chilly
and my feet and legs would feel as if
they had gone to sleep. I suffered in
this way for over six years. 1 was very
much iua down, and did not seem able
to get anything that would do me good,
unin l commenced a treatment ot a new
remedy called Dodd's Kidnev Pills.
"In a short time every symptom of my
old trouble was gone and I was feeling
better and stronger than I had for years.
I gained ten pounds in weight in three
months. I can eat heartily and I don't
1:t. i' - V r , .1 -r
luuh iiKe nie name person, i ieei mat l
owe my life to Dodd's Kidney Pills. I
wish I could tell every sick woman what
tney nave done for me.
A Pennsylvania farmer has had his wife
arrested for cruelty because she insisted
on grinding out "Hiawatha" on a phono
graph. There are limits beyond which it
is unsafe to go even in torturing an
agriculturist. Rochester Union.
How to Keep House.
With all the luxuries and pleasures of
this hie, its big enjoyments and its smaller
comtorts, there is an onset or antithesis
which we have to contend with in the
form of aches and pains. In some way
and by some means every one has a touch
ot tnem in some lorm at some time
Trifling as some of them mav be. the
risk is that they will "grow to something
greater ana rack the system with con
stant torture. there is nothme. there
fore, of this kind that we have a right to
trifle with. , Taken in time, the worst
forms of aches and pains are easily sub
dued and cured bv the free use of St
Jacobs Oil. No well regulated household
ougnt to be witnout a bottle ot this ereat
remedy for pain. It is the specific virtue
of penetration in St. Jacobs Oil that
carries it risrht to the Dain SDot and
effects a prompt cure even in the most
paintul cases of llheumatisra, Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago. You want it also in
the house at all times for hurts, cuts
and w-ounds, and the house that always
has it keeps up a sort of insurance against
"When you borrowed that 100 marks
from me vou said you needed it for a
short time"." "Exactly, and 1 only had it
a short time 1 spent it all that day!'
To-day. "Has Mrs. Upperten many chil
dren?" "Yes she has one." Puck.
Miss M. Cartledge gives some
nelpful advice to young girls.
Her letter is but one of thou
sands which prove that nothing
is so helpful to young girls who
are just arriving at the period of
womanhood as Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound.
"Deab Mrs. Ptvkiiam: I cannot
praise jLydia E. lMnlcham's Vctre
table Compound too highly, for it
is the only medicine 1 ever tried which
cured me. I suffered much from my
first menstrual period, I felt so weak
and dizzy at times 1 could not pursue
my studies with the usual interest.
My thoughts became 6luggish, 1 had
headaches, backaches and sinking
spells, also pains in the back and lower
limbs. In fact, I was sick all over.
" Finally, after many other remedies
had been tried, we were advised to get
jLydia IS. Pinkham's epretable
Compound, and I am pleased to say
that after taking it only two weeks, a
wonderful change for the better took
place, and in a short time I was in
perfect health. I felt buoyant, full of
life, and found all work a pastime. I
am indeed glad to tell my experience
with lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, for it made a dif
ferent girl of me. Yours very truly,
Miss M. Cartledge, 533 Whitehall St.,
Atlanta, Ga." $5000 forfeit If original of
above letter proving genuineness cannot be produced.
S4.00, S3.50, S3.00, $2.50
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W.L. Douglas shoes
are "worn by more
men than any other
make. Hie reason
is, they hold their
longer, and have
value than any
Sold Everywhere. lffiWJ'y
T.onk Tor nnnif and prir on bottom.
DonirlM uses Corona 4'oltfkin. -which III
every where ronfilrl tobetlie finest Patent
leather yet frol need. Fast Co'or yelets used.
IV. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
IS THE MAN WHO WEARS
K reputation extending over
I 0v Aaixty-Aix yewa ond our
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cu&r&raee ore devck. or
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x every pormeni ueoxmg. ur
There are many imitations.
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in time. old dt arufnrirts.
PEARLS OF AMERICA
THEY ARE FOUND IN MANY OP
Recent Find in Arkansas Valued
at Two Thousand Dollars The
Industry Is Growing Rap
The Indian ocean, Red sea and Per
sian gulf furnished pearls for the an
cients, and to-day still give a wealth
of pearls to the world. Following the
discovery of America, pearl fisheries
were established in the Antilles! and,
on the Pacific coast, in Peru, Colombia,
Panama, Mexico and California in
tropical and sub-tropical America. We
are not wont to associate pearl fish
ing' with temperate lands or inland re
gions, but there has lately sprung up
in the Interior of this country a very
considerable pearl industry; American
fresh-water pearls are now being worn
by grand dames both at home and
abroad. One remarkably fine one.
valued at $2,000, has just been found
It is thought by some students of the
subject that many of the pearls pos
sessed by the American Indians and
TYPES OF ARKANSAS PEARL HUNTERS.
found in such prodigal quantities by
the Spanish explorers, were really
of -fresh-water origin; and based on
this theory is the belief that numbers
of our lakes and rivers still abound
with pearl-yielding unionidae. But, as
Mr. King says in his "Fresh-Water
Pearls and Pearl Fisheries of the
United States:" "the natives have been
dispersed, and the white race, occupied
with other interests and necessities.
took little note of the hosts of fresh
water shells inhabiting the streams and
lakes and did not suspect their power
of producing pearls."
In 1837 the "queen pearl" wa3 dis
covered at Notch Creek, near Paterson,
N. J., a pearl that weighed 93 grains,
was sold to Empress Eugenie for 2,-
500, and is said now to be worth four
times that amount of money. Pearl-
fishing was carried on feverishly for
awhile after the "queen-pearl" discov
ery, but on the whole with rather in
different results. Finds were made in
the Little Miami in Ohio, and in the
year 1876 pearls to the amount of $3,-
000 were obtained at Waynesville, O.
After 1880 pearl-fishing attracted the
attention of states to the south and
west; Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas
coming to the fore as pearl-producing
states, and Florida also contributing.
In 1889 Wisconsin exhibited a large
consignment of wonderfully colored
pearls, within three months sending
over $10,000 worth to New York; onf
specimen valued at $500, the colors
purplish-red, copper-red and deep pink.
Other parts of Wisconsin were then
exploited, and thousands of dollars'
worth of pearls obtained. But the mus
sel beds became exhausted, and the
pearl fever subsided in the northwest
In 1897 it broke out in Arkansas, anc
spread to the Indian territory, Mis
souri, Georgia and Tennessee. A no
ticeable feature of the Arkansas, dis
covery was the finding of a large pro
portion of the best pearls lying loost
on the mud of the shores or at the bot
tom of shallow waters; local belief be
ing that the mussels "shed" them, bul
scientists explaining the phenomenon
as caused by the agitation of floods
and freshets. The Black river in Ar-
PEAKf, FISHING FLEKT OS
BLACK rtlVEIt, ARK.
kansa3 has furnishedover 2,000,00C
worth cf pearls, and several fortunes
have been procured by those engaging
in the pearl-fishing industry in the
Black river country. Arkansas pearls
are of large size and are thought tc
compare favorably with the oriental
pearls. Gems valued at several thou
sand dollars each have been found in
the Arkansas pearl fisheries.
In the hope of regulating the pearl
industry and preventing reckless de
struction of the mussels, the United
States fish commission, in 1894, began
an inquiry in regard to pearl fishing
in the states, and a few years latei
made a report of the results of its la
bors. It deprecated the ignorant and
wasteful methods of pearl hunters, ad
vised some fcrm of protection, or, i
that seemed impossible, advocated a
wide "diffusion of information as tc
better methods; and urged the intro
duction of tools used in Germany foi
opening the shells, without loss of life
to the mussel, whether or not the shell
contains a pearl.
It is thought Florida may yet yield
rich harvests of pearls. From this
state two fine pearls have been ob
tained, .weighing respectively 68 and
58 grains, selling for $850 and $600. A
spherical pink pearl from Tennessee
brought $650. a sky-blue from the same
state sold in London for $3,300. Which
suggests there may be money in pearl
hunting in our waters.
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Skin Diseases, Swellings,
Permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm. It
destroys the active Poison in the blood, if you have
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Risings and Bumps on the Skin, Mucus Patches in
Mouth. Sore Throat, or offensive eruptions; Copper
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Old Rheumatism. Catarrh. Eczema
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of Cancer cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm.
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Strengthens Weak Kidneys and Stomachs, cures
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Describe your trouble, and special free medical advice.
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Not the Seal Thing1.
Singsong Does Graspit co by the golden
Bifbang Well, not exactlv.
"The rule he uses is only plated." Cin
Don't Get Footsore! Get Foot-Ease.
A wonderful powder that cures tired, hot,
aching feet and makes new or tight shoes
easy. Ask to-day for -Allen's Foot-Ease.
Accept no substitute, trial packape t K&E.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Itoy, N. Y.
Want of snniethinz to do often causes
people to do things they don't want to do.
-iar ot Hope.
"Washing Machine Only $2.70.
vrmr w!fQ linltli nnA rlanrrlifi-'o
beauty by using our great Star Washing
Machine Worth its weight in eold. Price
only $2.70: with wringer $3.90. John A.
Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis.
An officeholder nerds little mtsh if he
has a pull. Chicago Daily Xewv
T am euro lin' Cnrp for ConMmmt ion
saved my life three vears ago. Mr?. Thos.
Robbins, Norwich, N Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
King Edward studied medicine and
urgery a good deal while prince of Wales.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain the
hands or spot the kettle, except green and
The best clubhouse for boys is home.
N. Y. Tribune.
Veal Loaf, Potted Turkey. Deviled
Ham, Ox Tongvie, Sc.
quickly made ready to serve.
Send to-day for the little bo-Met. "TJow to Make Good Thing to Eat," full of ideas on qnick,
delicious lunch serving. Libby's Atlas of the World mailed free for tiro-cent stamps.
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago
CASCARETS. Surprising, isn't it, that within three years our
sales are over TEN MILLION boxes a year? That proves merit.
Cascarets do good for so many others, that we urge you to try
just a 10c box. Don't put it off! Do it to-day.
When you ask for Cascarets, don't let the dealer substitute some
thing else. There is nothing else as good as Cascarets, and if you
are not pleased we pay your money back. 10c, 25c, 50c, all drug
gists. Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Co.,
Chicago or xfew York.
est for the Bowels
It'a the thoroughly modern and scientific system of load
ing and the use of only the best materials which make
11. ii T
Winchester Factory Loaded "New Rival" Shells give bet
ter pattern, penetration and more uniform results gener
ally1 thn any other shells. The special paper and the Win
chester patent corrugated head used in making "New
Rival' shells give them strength to withstand reloading.
BE SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OP SIISLLS.
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cores Caked Udder In cows.
Maeli That Erery Womaa Dealrea to
KnofT la Found lit Cntlcara
"CatlcarM. Work AVonderi."
Too much stress cannot be placed on the
great value of Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and Pills in the antiseptic cleansing of the
mucous surfaces and of the blood and cir
culating fluids, thus affording pure, sweet
and economical local and constitutional
treatment for weakening discharges, ulcer
ations, inflammations, itchings, irritations,
relaxations, displacements, pains and irreg
ularities peculiar to females, as well as
such sympathetic affections as anaemia,
chlorosis, hysteria, nervousness and de
bility. LOOKS WERE AGAINST HIM.
The Order Was Given in Words Thai !
Admitted of a Wrong Inter
pretation. The train on which the distinguishes
citizen was traveling for the purpose of
fultilling a lecture engagement was late,
and he arrived at hid destination only
an hour or two before the time appoint
ed for the meeting.
He went straight to a hotel and was
shown up to his room, relates the Chicago
lie was tired and dusty.
"Boy," he said, "bring me a wbisk."
The boy went to execute the mission,
and a few moments later a committee
from the local society under whose aus
pices he was to appear called upon him
in his room.
He was conferring with the committee
when the boy returned, bearing a tray
containing a glass of water and a small
glass witti a red liquid in it.
"'What's this?" he demanded.
''It's the whisky you ordered, sir."
"1 didn't order anv whisky!" he gasped.
"I ordered a whisk broom!"
But every member of the committee
representing the Tuikeyville Total Ab
stinence society will believe to his dying
day that the distinguished lecturer goL
exactly what he had ordered on that oc
casion. X. C. S. Almanac for 1904.
The Kansas City Southern Railway
Company's Annual Almanac is now readv
for distribution. It contains the usual
monthly calendars, many useful household
hints' and information concerning the
Country in Missouri, Arkansas. The Indian
Territory, Texas and Louisiana. Write
for a copy to. S. G. Warner. Gen. Pass.
& Tkt. Agt. K. C. S. Ry., Kansas City,
It is a terrible shock to us, when we
have told a friend something that was
told to us in confidence, to hnd that he
has told some one else. Puck.
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Put a variety into Summer living: it's
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is a. positive cure for Piles.
out of an attack of
to bring good prices must have
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We will send our boots, giving full infor
mation about the subject, to any farmer who
writes for them.
GERHAN KALI WORKS,
JJcw Yrk 98 Nauaa Street, er
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