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'11. early kin of n coin nro
Vmn'.ly very in tli ear, liiit 1
the xweeter viirlctl'-s art' not viclVnr,
for a late crop, th ears from the 1UM.
if of tlie white Hint kind, answer ell
for ta'ule inii'iMises.
VALl'H UF SYSTEM.
' System In reKUlatii: t'lw wvj'U is lin
r(Ttfl!it. I'tilcKj. all uMTatluus ;'ire jn'i
foniied 'hi a fys-liMiintlf manner tli cost
ut lalisr will W more Jhan (1i.Um1. It
ofttii the c'iso that hard t ork Is re
nyirl to ncroiniilish Kony i,ect that
4,uhl have entnilo1. Imt jlifclo labor if
Yutlon h'td lu eu '.iveutt t:ie matter
. :v:t tiip iiroji'r time.
lo savi: ivrou.
It Is wy lielief that any farmer, frrw
I'Ver t-k optical, bavin; once used n
lr.antin sp!ViulV, will u ver ho without
one. .My manrre Is Jrrwn and fru'cad
In hall tho tine It forr.ierly took to 'do
It. This is d'lo to tire time saved in
juAca -ling It. With .ne man 1 .have
jyinit ut in oi. day frty-flve loads and
was not tind. M. Ulaurahcu, Jd Or-in-j$
Judd 1 'armor.
Till: (1APC WORM.
' Tho gape worm rtn frequently lK? dis
lodged through tho efforts il the
'h!okou itsvlf vijy-jrous snoezirr?. -'Pov-
rral roeelnts are given to induct this
'effort; Kiieh as biviu? Persian powder
. 'down the chicken's throat, or .iuttin
the chicken In n Hhjx or keg au3 making
a limo dust. There appears PouiiMlan
cer of overdoing tlie job and making
tho chicken sneeze Itself to .death, or
i stifling it.
THE IT ELD EEAX
'A crop whici; can profitably hoproVD
to a much greater extent and-orer
much larger area of the country than is
now done Is Uie common navycr field
fi'oan. There is not enough crown to
supply home .demands, beans being Im
ported every year, although lit is a
crop of coin-iratively easy -cultivation
nnd one that pays better thini most
field crops. 'Clean laud, of good qual-
Jty, should lo selected, and the beans
planted in drills immediately .after the
corn is in. Cultivate as soon as the
plants are above the ground, and when
there is uo alow or rain on tire leaves,
as that willpot and spoil .the foliage.
Cultivate tlioroirghly until the growth
rf foliage covers the ground and stops
the growth of weeds. When two-thirds
)f the pods .are ripe, pull by Land and
lay lu rows .until Well dried. ' Thresh
on a 'clear, dry day, otherwise the
Leans may.aiot easily come -out of the
-r;oOD '".SOILING ROTATION.
rence was recently niaOi to tae.
acu-rtntago to he gained troni son 111.2
crops, particularly when there was
danger, however remote, of 'a season
of drouth. A reader writes that he has
had particularly good success with a
rotation of seeding on the lollowlns
plan: With crop of rye on the field
vt'or early spring cutting, the 1 soil Is
flowed after cutting, for a orop oi
ipats and Canada peas. This torpp can
M)C cut and fed green in ample time
to get in a sowing of corn for .the silc
cr for fodder., and at the last (Cultiva
tion of this rorn, rye and crlmsor
clover is seeded to give the (crop the
following spring. This is much the
s.'ue plan that . is followed on the; arm
olh'he editor, a id when the crops: ave
uifilvzod strictly, for green feeding the
results are entirely satisfactory. . Ar
attempt to cure ;the crop of oatsianc
peas--was not successful, for It lis: a
difficult crop ii.-cure. The si-v.eragc
yield of oats aad peas cut greec . is
. seven and one-halt; tons an acre, acid' -its
value very great, specially In the .feed
ing of tlie dairy ,cows. Indiana jiCUf
GRAT)E OF J-RTILIZERS. :
seeim almost uicreuioie mat :ncc,
of ;1.5V and medium
cons'uercial fert'lizers are Mid
wlvn the results of -jjiany experiments
hawirovri'. that tbcse;l:jw
To put it
r ex pent 1 ve in iiH'.er;u.
in Vomer wards, when -n? buy a tev
jgraV. fertile -r we pay una re per pound
.for, tho pkmUfood In it .than we do for
the plant focid in thi highest grade
product, states tlte Iniauaf.olis News.
First, i-i the low grade Lirtilizer a
iijerf r grade .of each j)lapt food h
plj vSnd, secand, less of Uie more
va pieplant fo)dsare used pud more
t te .lesw valuable. On an .Average
the cost o.f the y.itnogcn J-a the low
grade fertiliser, t tin? consumer, will
he.. about t-enty-fl-e feats .a pound,
as Against eighteen or' nineteen uts
a pound for the nitrogen in the high
f-i product One way of gettiji?
!; . gr.a! fertilizers t lower jrUxs
'.Jo buy the ingredient and mix' them
on the farm, but in doing this, fii
couise. the high grade ingredients
should be bought. So long as farmers
must use commercial' plant foods thej
should make au effort to get the bes
possible for the money .expended, ar.c
it always pays to Luy il? lest gvr.dif.
U H "I mi 1 0 MMMMMmMMiMMMMMMM
A ROSE SPRAY.
Thtt?ne-t j.aln a lever Knows
i itiat which KinllcH la ller scorn,
IVr then he finds above Love's rose
Hut, oh, what crMfi? Is born
W'hvu h'ho a tenlT emilo bor.lowt.!
Fur thoa Le finds above tho thorn
?JJx Carmen ',n August Smart Set.
Her Last Breath.
I hf'Vrd d Mory the other day which
ta proNably as old a9 the hills, though
I ncv hifct the luck to liear It before.
It was of, u somewhat lengthy railway
Journey In very warn weather. An
elderly lady, seated In one corner of
tn? carriage, was provided with an
lndia-rt.bher cushion for her greater
evimfort, but unfortunately, ONvlng to
The hat and contra up J pressure, the
cushion suddenly 'exploded. The old
lady was In desrair, even to tears,
oveT the misfortune to the Ulndbag,
and again and again reversed to her
rnlilortune. "Tuts, worniu," said a
commercial traveler in another corner
of the carriage. "It's net worth mak
ing & fuss aborit. Ynu "Will get It re
paired in town for about eighteen
pence." "It's no' that Pni vexed abnot
It's no' the 'price. Tint's easy sotI
od. Dut the 'last Umb 'that bafj was
blawn up ll wia by Aunty Jean, al
malst wl' htr very 'last breath, -nn'
he restored!" Glasgow
" A WIFE'S MONOPOLY.
"That Mrs. Gabbl Is always praislirg
"What "bad taste- Why doesn't lie
let somehody alse do It?"
"The other womn have no reason
for praisltrg him, -and If they, praised
him without any reason Mrs. Gabble
would hfc dreadlully anry." -Clove-land
FITSrrmaiiently'jured.No fits ornemras
Eess after first day's uso of Dr. Kline's Great
NervelU-sturer.titrial bottle and treatisefree
Dr. R. H. KLiKE,Ltd..'.)31 ArchHt., Ptila.,P.'
Monday is the favorite day for commit
The Summer Haiti.
Nothing Is more refreshing or invlinrating
!n summer than a daily bath. Use coft.
tfpid water and ood soap. Ivory Soap is
ideal for tho bath: it is puro, lathers quickly
anil hvrves the skin soft ant white. Thu
bath should be taken oarly in the morniug
or just bafore retiring at niu:ht.
Eleanor R. TtHKEiu
The House- of Representatives costs 3,
000,000 year and the Senate $1,430.0-0.
r came out by thefcand-
ful, and r the gray hairs beccn to
creep in.i I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and it stopped the hair from com
ing out end restored the color."
Mrs. M.-D. Gray, No. Salem, Mass.
-There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepcTa
tion se Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use:it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy.. .And you feel so;
secure :in using such ;an
old anil ireliable prepana-;
tlOn. $1.00 a bottle. All drujjiKg.
If your drujririst cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and wj will express
you a bottle. lit, sure and give the name
of youi nearest express otlVce. Address,
J. C. VEB CO., Lowell. Mass.
The people -who -suffer from klepto
mania don't suffer .half so mud :as
To all who suiffpror'to the friends of those
who srffer with kidney,' Liver, Heart, BUiSrier
or Blood Disease, -sample bottle of Stuairt'e
Gin and Buchu,tbe eveat nouthern Kidnev trrd
, Liver Medicine, will sent ahsolutelv f'ree.of
eoKt. Mention this t.Qper. Address 8TUAKT
DKITO M'KU CO.. -2H Vi,ll St.. Atlanta. Oa.
iFitect lahoratorie t, ithp-5outh. Clinioal
,5vavita(fes urif urpafp(i. Kaculcy of fourteen
tio;rors and twentj-f.-.vp usisiant8. l'ees
IlasiTisble. Write for tta!i!;ie.
X. K. KENDRICR, Iean. Atlanta, Ga
Ai SOOTIIIiS lbe Pi KHVIiS
25 And COr at DrngatoresL.
The trufh la mighty, and "will pre
vail erpeclajly If It Ls dleagrfeable.
S " My.hsir came out by the fcand- 0
n'j.-..lfi.;:3V. (p)L Ji (p . . "o fnr ' : a
Inliiiiitfii i m hmm m liiiiis
10 Cl'fV, r-
Compelled to Be on Her Feet the Larger Part
of the Day Finds a Tonic In Pcrunn.
JIlss Curtain, or St.
I'aal, (Jlvf llr
"Twai ri tt "
ISS NELLIE CURTAIN, 64rt Pearl
street, St. l'uul, Minn.. h'ad sale-
nvoman in a department store, writes:
"1 have charge of a department in
a dry goods f ore, a ndmtcr standing
the larger part of the dy, I tcowld
'go home with a dull ache, genera lly
through my entire body, I uned lc
runa and feel ho much better that 1
walk to atfi front the store now. J
know Peruna to be the beat nvedlcdne
on the market for the dtseaaea pecu
liar to women." Ulna Xellle 'Cur
Nothing is so west-mine to 'the 'human
system as the constant losa ucus. Ca
tarrhal inflammation f tle mucous mem
brane produces an excessive formation of
mucus. Whether tit jiiucous :mmbrane be
1 I v w . -fl !i-. j r aj y
JJJLALf ' pj r.-.
V ,J MW'tnA 0
pa m ' mm
RIFLE PISTOL CARTRIDGES.
m m 1
It's the Cherts that
EiHe and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is,
they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene
trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get,
if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make.
DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES.
EE3 R E E I
A Larg Trial Packag of
A HEW SPECIALTY FOE WOMEN.
Intrmal clcanUonu is the key
to woman' health and visor.
lti!laniina(lon, Sorenow, Pelvtq
Catarrh cannot exist with U.
Paxllnn utvtl u m. xaginttX donch Is a
revolution In rmblnel cleansing; nnd
heullns puwrr. It skills all disease germs.
In local trcatn iit of female Ills It w Invaluable.
Ilea'.s InflammattOTi and cures all discharges.
Never tailB to cure Nasal Catarrh.
Cures o'.Tenslve porsiiiration of arm pits and feet.
Cures Sore Throat, Sore lloutu and Sore Eyes.
As n tooth ponder uothlug wqunls 11.
Kemove Tartar, Hardens tlie Gums and -whitens'
the teeth, makes a bad tireatu sweet and agreeanla.
Thousands of Icttera firom women prove
that It Is tho gre a test cure for Leucurrboea
ever discovered. We have yet to hear of
the flrst case it failed to -ur?.
To prove all this we wdl mall a larire trial package
with book of lnstnictlonsabsoloily free. This
Is not a tiny sample, hut enough to convince anyone.
At druj;c'ts or sent pMtnuld hy its, SO
ets. large box. SatisfaetJktn sunrnnteeil,
The IC. I'axton f'o-.Drpt.attlloston.Mass.
NITRO CLUB f
A N V standard
der, and for calc
Specify U.M.C. I eH
S.ndbr dialog free sd
ft. t a
TJu t'ruoa Metallic Cartridge Co.
A pei son can now go from New York
to Seattle, 03 Puget Sound, in four
loratl in the head or pelvic rrgins, the
discharge of mucus i sure to occur.
This diiichare of mucus conntitute a
weiikenina drain; the ryttern cannot lonR
wahst.itid the long of mucux, hence it u
tht women ufilicted with catarrhal atlec
tiv"ns of the pelvh orcati feel tired and
languid, with weak buck and throbbi: r
brain. A course of Peruna is sure to re
store health by cutting oil the weakening
(irain of the daily loss of mucus.
An Admirable Ton to.
CongrnssmiTi Mark II. Dunnell, National
Hotel, Washington, D. C, writes:
"Your Peruna being used by myself and
many of my friends and acquaintances, not
only as a cure for catarrh but also as an
admirable tonic for physical recuperation,
1 gladly K'commend t .0 all persons re
quiring such remedies." Mark 11. Dun
nell. If yoa do not derive prompt and satifac
tory results from the use ol Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment of your ca.e and he will tie pleaBcd to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The llartniun Sanitarium, L'olumbus,
hit that count. " Winchester
I Littleton Female College i
One of the most prosperous schoofs In the South, with & high
standard of scholarship, located at a very popular Summer Resort,
nnd with a large patronage from five states, extending from New
Jersey to Florida an Institution that is doing a great work.
We will take a limited number of pupils, including
Board and Full Literary Tuition for $52.90
per term on conditions made known on application to
REV. J. fl. RHODES, A. fl., Pres., Littleton. N. C.
Southern Normal University
A. E. BOOTH, PL D., President,
Chartered by the State of Tennessee to issue
all degree and diplomas e inferred liy Colleges
nnd Universities,. Fifteen different ('.ciurtinents
in full operation. The Leading Normal sehool
of the Southern .States, stands pre-eminent lis
such. The best review sehool in the land. It af
fords the liest prepnration.thoroup-h and speedy,
for teaching or for any other profession.
Colleges of Business, Short hand.Type writing.
Telegraphy, Seienee, Liberal Arts, Law, Music,
Oratory, etc., in one of the l'mest and most com
modious University buildings in the south.
Table board from $il.wi to SH.tKi per month.
Rooms well furnished from forty to fifty cents
per week. Tuition ten weelis Jli'i.oo; if paid in
advance for the year 2o per cent, discount. Less
than $100 pays for all expenses for a school year.
Dormitory and town residences furnish abund
ant accommodations. Community in thor
ough and loyal co-operation with the I'niver--aity.
Hundreds of schools conducted, ami other
positions of honer tilled with honor by pupils
from this institution. More work done here in
one year than at others in two, and thorough
work too. Come and see for yourself. Military
depaitment in charge of detailed (West Point)
V. S. ollieer. Catalogues tree. Fall term opens
Sept. t, 1th 13. Address The 1'iesident, Hunting
Removes all swelling la 8 to so
days; effects a pfrtnjinciit cure
ii30to 6o days. Trial treatment
given free. Nothingcan be fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Gresn's Sons.
Specialists, eox B Atlanta. Ga.
SJL aiva.ys reliable;
MSffiU Morning Laxative
VWJp cures sick stomachs
Irf ar"d achine heads.
ttOe 81. &
Th Tarnt Co. 21 Jay St.. New York
IClits WnthfAiT nvrfiuC tr
oestciurfli fcyrup. Tastes OikkI. Cse
iu lime. hT Jrni7-!pt..
1 r jt .1 . j a
If You Don't Want
CURLS IN YOUfl HAIR
yon DO W ANT
Carpenter's OX BUMOW FOSADS
(KKWARK or IMirATtoNt.)
Jl , h Vxxt hntr nirslifJil'tiiT w ; Jtiiikw
th liMr ' I ifl"v l I'tTfm tiy Liuiu
..s. Mr t li Ait wurtti t!n rlc.
. PrlCE. 25 CENTS,
An t If Tfitir ilriiirvltt tin't H w will eiitl It t'jr
in ill (ill rcci-lpt of ii (vii'.h lu 'tn'MI.
Aitn-H. CARPHNTHR & CO.,
the bett dyrfpsla
medicine ever tnude.
A hundred million
of tin-in have been
sold lu the United
States In a sioglo
year. Every Illness
arising from a disordered stomach Is
relieved or cured by their use. So
common Is It that diseases origluato
from the stomach It may be safely as
serted there is no condition of ill
health tint will not be benefited or
cured by tin; occasional use of Itlpans
Tabules. I'liyslclaus know them and
speak highly of them. All drujglsta
sell theiu. The five-cent package la
enough for nn ordinary occasion, nnd
the Family Hottle, sixty cents, contains
a household supply for a year. One
generally gives relief within tweutj
Tho Great East and West lilivo
no TRorni.E to ANswun qit.ptio.vs.
Thirty-tlvp mile Shortest Route Shrevcport tw
Italian. Writ fur new book on Texas Fits.
E. f. TURN Ell, Gun. l'aas. Agt,, Dalla. Tesa.
ATLANTA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
Free DlspenHary, only eollcpe in the U. S. op
eratinit a (IriiK store. Demand for praduntea.
trrenter than we can supply. Address 11C
GEO. F. Y AYNE, Wliitehutl, Atlanta, Ua,
Avery & Company
AVERY & McAlILLAN,
51-G3 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga
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S., . I
Reliable Frick Engines. Boilers,
Sizes. Wheat Separators.
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Large Engines and Boilers cupplletf
PromPly- oningie M 1 1 1 3, corn Mills,
Circular Savc.Saw Tceth.Patent Dogs,
I f m Govcrn0. Fuii line Engines &
Mill Supplies. Send for free Catalogue.
ryJ'T 'TV-' -tr-.rt,TT'TT,'f
Oar l-aiest Im-
vrith Here's VnJvpr-al Loir Beams. Keetillu4I
ear, Bimuitanntm net works ana the Hen-r
eoek-Klns Variable Feed Works are uns-
celled for accceaot, riiipi.icitt, dcbabiiI
ITY AND EASE OF OPERATION. Write for fu)!
descriptive circulars. Manufactured by th'?
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iff ' C . tK - i JL A
try It? Price 50c.