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per. of Wlbaer.
tr, rearetat aBetow,
an wu tot.
rbo" la Jaet leaylag
urch where' ha has
a quarter of a can
iking a collection of
aort of farewell vol
1, who wu dismissed
erman department of
:y without a hearing,
d by Preildent Eliot
Imllar department at
iy, now of Kranatoa,
on connected with
iii In weat China for
been retired with
yd of managers of
I'adlng member of
' In New South
the Lyceum .theater
street, Sydney, and
roperty, for about
s to hand the whole
ikron, 0., known aa
will build In thj
the moat beautiful
wintry. It la to ba
f the Madeleine In
SSOO.OOo. Aa In the
be no windowa
d through a ayatem
lzle, who la labor
to have the Prot
each large city ae
nate to the labor
t a member of the
en the freedom of
Inge. In this way
o bridge the chasm
r.ilzatlons and the
icre little boys who
"Yes, In be
J to be the safest
:o It now!"
said a Sunday
csslng a new pupil
"that you have a
," replied the little
ami over his heart,
learning to sew.
vainly trying to
10I0 In a needle an
1 the mother,
the little miss,
He is cross-eyed."
Mlced that nearly
o day her mother
at home, her ma-
iut. One Wednes.
no move toward
.tr deception day;
Ime to put on
act reasoning on
press the Idea of
. He led, up to It
the persons who
d did nothing In
no there was sl-
little girl, who
ied out the an
l her own home
I, with good
ease, slrlt's tha
ey In their eara.
cost $50 npteca,
:an leap 64 feet
ship is 26 rears,
se edible dog,
a different name
tree In the aft
ne In the. riorn-
to Sine. (
tere In a corner,
th a wall of rock
id a grizzly bear
lown in Tax
ings unite to
.bat wind their
ide for delivery
ame to me fir
feeling that it
n and me than
adehr coffee. I
n it, for it an
ate woman, to
'.thy baby 14.
ied tha uae.ot
wn toad of It,
my Joy that 'it.
of a billon,
strata ma two
' ; . ve
TREES ON PRAIRIEt.
Bareau of Voreetrjr Doing Good Work
la Thla Direction Batter
Xethoda in Vat.
la the atatea-of tha middle treat
there la pressing -need of more treea.
both for wood and for windbreaks and
shelter-belts. Thla need has been fell
since the pralrlea were Brat settled, but
the attempts made to supply it havo,
aa a rule, fallen short of the beneflti
tthlch might have been secured. Tht
early planting waa done chiefly for the
take of ornament or shade; tho useful
nesa of tha species for wood wu sel
dom considered. In many cases, also,
tieea were planted outaide of the range
to which they were adapted, and on
toll and In locations unfavorable to
them. On the other hand, many valu
able species were neglected.
Experience has now. furnished tha
basis for better practice. Various kinds
cf trees can be grown In these regions
which will serve just as well for pro
tection and ornament as those which
have been most used, and which at the
same time will furnish valuable wood
For several years the forest servlco
Laa been been Investigating thla sub
Ject, says the Prairie Farmer, with re
sults which are recognized throughout
the prairie region aa of great practical
value. The work consists of field
fludlea of the existing forest growth,
roth natural and planted, of Its rela
tion to soli and climatic conditions,
and of the effect of various cultural
In carrying on the work forest serv
ice field parties examine and make
measurements of representative groves.
From these measurements volume and
yield tables are made which show the
leturns in cordwood, posts, stakes and
lumber to be expected in a given time
for each of the species studied. In ad
dition to the measurements, the char
acteristics of growth and reproduction
ot the trees are noted, and valuable
data on the natural distribution and ad
visable planting range obtained.
The work In the eastern part of the
two Dakotas, western Minnesota, Illi
nois, eastern Nebraska and western
Kansas has been published, giving In'
formation concerning the species mos'
cultable to the locality, and telling
how and where to plan them. Bulletlni
of the same character covering other
states are in preparation. This sum
mer Iowa was studied, and later other
slates of the middle west, until the
whole region Is covered. Considerable
tiee planting has been done In some of
these states, occasionally with com
plete success: but there have been
many total failures, and many at
tempts successful only In part. Aa a
rule, the lack of success was due to
lack of knowledge how and what to
riant. But these plantations, whether
ruccessful or not, provide valuable ob
ject lessons in respect to future planting.
ACIDITY OF PLANT ROOTS.
Experiments in Italy Which Go to
Prove an Old Accepted Theory
Among Agricultural Students,
It has long been a question aa to
the manner In which plant roots take
up food from the soli. The very great
rapidity with which plants grow
would seem to Indicate that the root
of each plant exudes some kind of an
acid that has the power to set free
latent plant food. This has been ao
firmly believed that it has become an
accepted tenet with many agricultural
students, says the Farmers' Review. It
will be Interesting to many of these to
learn that experimenters In .Italy have
demonstrated beyond all question that
the tip of the root does exude an acid,
It waft found In Italy that when blue lit
mus paper was placed in contact with
the points of the roots of sugar beets
the paper at the point where it came In
contact with the roots changed to a red
color. This could be due to nothing lesa
than the diffusion of an acid. Ita present
value In agriculture Is considerable, aa
It gives us some Information relative
to the availability of plunt food ta tba
A BARREL HEADER.
Sandy Implement Which Any f arav
ar Can Bis; Up for Himself
in tha Trait Shed.
A barrel header, such aa tha stores
nell, Is a handy Implement to own. But
if there are only- a few apple to be
rarreiea, it may not pay to buy a press,
X rwieswre, namivbivi
A dMfriat Hamea TJadsr Which
tha kat la Knows is XMxT tr-
Thla has a large number of local
names, among which are, spotted para
ley, attnkweed, herb bennet, poison
root, poison snakeweed, ashes, wode
whistle. Thla plant Is purple spotted,
hollow stemmed and grows from two
to aeren feet high. The small white
flowers appear In tato summer. Tha
seed la prominently ridged, and has
on Its Inner surface, a deep, narrow
longitudinal groove. The fresh leaves
have a nauseating taste and send out
a mouse-like odor when braised.
This plant la a native of Kurope and
but baa become naturalized la
THE BARREL HEADER.
Oae can be rigged vary, quickly
using a plank or acantllng with on
end. under a atud reaching BTthe aaed
Plata and temporarily nailed in place,
says the Farm Journal. Tha barrel to
ba headed from the fulcrum. care
ful sot to areea tha apples too Barf.
Ia there auccaea la . hortlcalturaT
Therar laAf you ntaka it If aot
It alt dasd upoa what your ataawr
)g;of Vnnm.Alt -'fajamtjikniM 'at
mm iat)y;-thr wmrJ?'
POISON HEMLOCK (CENIt'M MACtJ-
(Showing Upper Portion of Plant, with
Flowers ana seed, onc-Tr.ira natural
the United States and Is now common
on many of our waysides. It Is seen
frequently In Michigan, and is not yet
often met with in Illinois and Wlscoa
The poison Is the alkaloid conlne,
and Is found chiefly In the seeds when
formed, but before that time In tha
leaves, says the Farmers' Review. The
root la nearly harmless during March,
April and May, but is dangerous after
wards, especially during the first year
of Its growth.
Domestic animals are frequently
killed by eating the plant. It should
be destroyed by hand pulling before
maturity. This Is not a great task,
as It Is not generally found In large
What One Vineyardtst Has to
Begardlng tha Method aa
Used by Him.
I have girdled grapevines and seen it
done for about 40 years, since I was a
small boy; my father has done tt nearly
every year. The effect Is not so marked,
I think, if a large branch Is girdled aa
when It is a small one. The theory of
girdling, as 1 have It. Is that the sap of
the grape passes up through the wood
and down between wood and bark. Tho
propertlme for the operation is from
June 25 to July 5. Take, for instance,
branch like A, remove the bark clean
or it will do no good. B shows bark re-
THE GIRDLED SECTIONS.
moved. On the principle I have sug-
gected, continues the correspondent ot
tha 'Rural New Yorker, white this sepa
ration Is in force, the sap passes up and
coming back cannot pass the bare wood,
but from above and below It begins to
make new wood, as shown in C and D.
In five or six weeks It will look som
thing like D, and be healed fo that tha
rap will flow as usual. You will notice,
however, that the vine above the cut
Is atrlkingly enlarged. I Imagine tba
root may have suffered during thesep-
aratlon, though the vine will appear
none the worse for It, but during tho
separation that particular branch will
outgrow the others both In foliage and
fruit. The grapes on that girdled branch
can be easily picked out, as they run
among the others. The bunches will ba
larger and handsomer, and grapcR larger
and they will ripen a few days earlier
and be superior fruit.
Promptly pick up fallen fruit and
faad It to atock, or turn It Into cider
Cut away the suckers from newly.
grafted treea. From all trees, for that
Fruit storage houses should be built
In every locality that is largely devot
ed to the growing of fruit.
After the first frost, dig the sweet
potatoes. Cut oft the vlues and turn
out the potatoes with a potato fork or
A garden la the personal part of aa
estate, that area which Is most Intl
mately associated with tho private Ufa
or the home. Prof. L. H. Bailey. .
Take currant cuttings, after tha
leaves fall, and bury In the eround un.
til spring; then plant, or they may ba
planted now. Set Into the around ta
tha top bud. Mulch later.
Clean up all trash In the orchard.
Mow the weeds (there shouldn't ba
any). Burn all rubbish. Then tho
own, hawks, cata and crows can read'
lly see and catch all field mice, Farm
All fruit atones required for sowing
must be kep'c moist from tha tlme'of
collacHlBg until' sowed. Wash them
claim ot pulp and place them la box
of aama.eoll until ready to bow these.
Sowalthar In fall or aprlng. says Prac
tical farmer, .
Dr. Plehn, a speaker at the ncaat
German colonial conference, attribute
the brutal excesses of certain German
aad Belglon oBclals whaa aet to gov
ern black ma to "tropencholer," or
tropical frenzy. An official with trop
ical frenzy, says Dr. Plehn, la not re-
sponsible for hta actions, however,
criminal they may be. The disease
ceta hold of him like creeping paraly
Die, an affliction with which It' haa
much in common.
. "XeeUaa- Ian. Treea.
UaUe aaah auraarr bundle and ataad
ajMaw; .eowjiaa.'roou.aad.'iiowef -miMUilll'tkitrw'M:tt
ft&'aJstlj good. Mcaaatii
v 4Baa naaidaal
Why He Ducked.
A fine specimen of the Taurus hi-
bernlcua made Ita appearance In the
Bow street police court yesterday.
You ducked your head," said the
magistrate to Patrick Lane, who
charged Joseph Kavanagh with shoot
ing at him in the Strand. "Faith and
did, your worship. It'a better to be a
coward for five minutes than to be
dead all your life." London Globe.
Moved Peat Office.
Without consulting Uncle Sam In the
matter, about 100 citizens entered the
post office at Sparks, Nev., one night
recently and, taking possession of the
place, loaded the mall, stationery,
Btamps and fixtures on a wagon and
moved them to a building situated In
another portion of the city which they
consider more suitable, ns It la mora
Raised for Reward.
Some years ago tho government of
Jay a offered a reward for all croco
diles killed or captured. For a time
rnormous numbers of them were
brought to the authorities. Then !t
was discovered that nearly all the na
tives had gone to raising crocodiles, bo
tho reward waa withdrawn.
Tha Pope's School Days.
At the recent athletic tournament
In the Vatican tho pope took special In
tercst in the bicycle contests and re
marked that If the bicycle had existed
when he was a boy It would have saved
htm great hardship, as he had every
day to walk seven miles In all weath
ers to school.
Tho Lion Bridge.
At Sangong, China, is tho Lion
bridge, the longest bridge in tho
world. It extends 54 miles over an
arm of the Yellow sea and It is sup
ported by S00 huge stono arches. The
roadway Is seven feet above the water
and la Inclosed In an Iron network.
At Holy Shrine.
Roman Catholics flocked to West
minster abbey recently to visit the
rbrlne of Edward the Confessor, who
was canonized on October 13, 1103. All
day long pilgrims were kneeling at tha
rail which surrounds the (tomb, auJ
offering up prayers.
Tending to Business.
During the hearing of a charge of
house-breaking against a number of
youths In Edinburgh, It was stated that
each member of the gang had promised
the leader not to touch intoxicating
liquors during "business hours."
To Win Truth.
It you wish for truth, you must
give freedom; there must bo neither
exaction nor tyranny. It is human to
desire liberty, und the yoked human
creature does not express his genuine
opinions. Brooklyn Eagle.
Action of Gravity.
''Senator, how did you get your
sturt in llfi?" asked the reporter.
"I was born on a hillside farm In
Vermont," said the eminent states
man, "and at an early age I rolled
down." Chicago Tribune.
Birds at Home.
More than 10,000 photographs of
birds amid their natural surroundings
havo been taken by an English natural
ist. Borne of them entailed as much
as a week of waiting and watching.
The Bight Place.
If ever we have to board again we
are going to look for a place In a
home where the housewife feels com
plimented If you ent until your collar
hurts. Chicago Sun.
Few ladles are awaro that they carry
tome 40 or 50 miles of hnlr on their
heads. The fair-hatred may even have
to dreta 70 miles of threads of gold
Xn Other Words.
Her I wonder why Solomon never
referred to any of his wives?
Him He did. He said "Vanity ot
vanities; all la vanity." Chicago Dally
NEW YORK, Nov, 13.
COTTON-Mlddllng 9 U
CATTUS Native tf tears .. a 1i hji if)
FLOUK-Wlnter Patents .. i V .
WHEAT No. 3 Red U mi
CORN-No. il it SI
OATS Mixed 33HU 36
PORK-Uesi IS a U 15 W
LAUD-Wetern Steam .... I'M W 7 fiv
CATTLK-Mativw tetr J IS O
uuub u'uir to unotce
BHKKl'-Muttons & Mixed
Other Grades ....
WHEAT No. 2 Red ;,.
CORN No. 2
Ill ISAO. 2
Jf-No. 1 Timothy
LE Native Htetrs ..
r to unoica ....
Sugtftjtttons How to Find Rlif from Such
W. L. OejttajM MMCMttll
While no woman is entirely free from
periodical suffering, It doea not aeem to
be the plan of nature that women
ahould suffer so severely. Menstrua
tion Is a severe atruln on a woman's
vitality. If it is painful or irregular
something is wrong which ahould be
set right or It will lead to a serious de
rangement of the whole female organ
ism. More than fifty thousand women
have testified in grateful letters to Mrs.
l'inkham that Lvdla E. l'lnkham'a
Vegetable Compound overcomes pain-
iui auu irrcgumr caeaairuaiion.
It provides a safe. and sure war of ei-
cape from distressing and dangerous
weaKneiHos ids aiseues.
The two following letters tell so con
vincingly what Lydia E. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound will do for
women, they cannot fall to bring hope
to thousands ot sufferers.
Miss Nellie Holmes of 640 N. Davi
aton Street, Buffalo, 27. Y., writes :
Dear Mrs. Plnkham:
" Your medicine Is Indeed an Ideal medicine
for women. 1 suffered misery for years with
painful periods, headache, and bearing-dovrn
pains. I consulted two different physicians
but failed to get any relief. A friend from
tho Eo.it advised me to try Lvdla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. 1 did so, and
no longer sutler as I did before. Mv periods
are natural: every ache and pain Is gone, and
my general health is much improved. I
odvlso all women who suffer to take. Lydia
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound."
Mrs. TUlto Hart, of Larimore, N. D
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"I mlsrht have have been snared manv
months of suffering and pain bad I only
known ot the efHcacy ot Lydia E. Pinkham s
Vegetable Compound sooner: for I have tried
ao many remedies without help.
" I dreaded the approach of my menstrual
penoa every montn, as it meant to mucn pain
and suffering for me, but after I hod used the
Compound two months I became regular and
natural and am now perfectly well and free
from pain atmy monthly periods. I am very
grateful for what Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound has done for me."
Such testimony should' be accepted
by all women aa convincing evidence
that Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegctablo
Compound stands without a peer as a
remedy for all the distressing ills of
The success of Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound rests upon tho
well-earned gratitude of American
When women are troubled with Irreg
ular, suppressed or painful menstrua
tion, leucorrheea, displacement or ul
ceration of the womb, that bearing
down feeling, inflammation, of the
ovaries, backache, bloating, (or flatu
lency), general debility, indigestion and
nervous prostration, or are beset with
such symptoms as dizziness, falntness,
lassitude, excitability, irritability, ner
vousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
they should remember there is one tried
and true remedy, Lvdla E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound at once removes
such troubles, llcfusctobuy any other
medicine, for you need the best.
Don't hesitate to write to Mrs;
Pinkham if there is anything;
about your sickness you do-not
understand. Slio will treat you
with kindness aud ber advlco is
free. No womnu evcr.regrettctl
writing her and she pas helped
thousands. Address Cynn, Mass.
Ask Hrs. PlikhaaVs Advicc-A Waaas lost Understands a Womaj's Ills.
W. L. DMirlM J.SO ahsd hava b thai? ami
ctUtnt style, easy flttlRf , aad MperlcrwtarM
qualities, acbltt d the largest sale t any SJ-M
lie ta tka werM. The art luit aa weo4 aa
tnoM mil coat you Sf.oo to S7.ou we ooi
eilfcrsnce Is the price. II I could take yea lata
any factory at Brockton, M-, tho lartovt M
th world us dor one root making men's Hal
shoos, aad show you tho cars with which averi
pair ol Douglas shot Is mad, you would rtatlid
why W. LTooualas IJ.SO shots are the bH
no prooucou id in wona.
ii i coBia snow you ino unwrwnco Dfiwwn in
Bhoes sMdo la my factory and those el othoi
un, jou wouia unosriuna wn y uoubh
S3.S0 shots cost more to make, why thty no
thtlr ship, fit txtttr, wtar longtr, and ar i
grtattr Intrinsic valu than any othtr IJ-I
no, on in mancii io-say.
CAUTION.'"1" Pn havlna W.L.Doagi
It hoei. Take no sntntltnte. None grnulna
without bit name and price tumped on bottom.
WANTED. A t ho dealer In every town where
W. t.. Douulas Shoes are not lol.l. Pull lino ot
amples tent free for Impaction upon request. ,
Fast CoHr iftltti uttil tiny will net wtar enrMjv
Vint rnr iiinitratoa catalog or ran ntyio
W.L.SOCGIJt.S, Urockton, Mae.
CURES isoo. and i. oo-l
Bend for Circular wltb Directions.
Or.EAAl 1 SLOAN, G1S Albany St.,6ottoftMitt,
WBM WRITING TO ADVEXTMBSS)
pleat atate that yau aaw tka AdTOrtlaaTv
tiaol la lb. saacr.
Heiortlng to tha Higher Hethoda.
The pickpocket had been caught in the
act and arretted.
"What is tho meaning of this?" he ex
claimed, pale with indignation, and ttrug
gline violently. "Gentlemen, this is an out
rage! I can explain it all! You have no
right to meddle in my business affair'. Be
side, I can prove an alibi!"
Hut he was too insignificant an opera
tor. He was hurried off to the lockup.
"The cashier lux skipped out and his
book are in an awful muddle," announced
the bookkeeper. "What shall we do?"
"Open a running account with him at
once," said the ptesideut, promptly,
"Do you think a politician is worse than
ether men?" "No," answered Senator
fccrghum. "He has mors temptations."
BEAT Ndivf Red.,.,....
NOT A TRACE LEFT
Rheumatism Thoroughly Cured by
Dr. Wllllama' fink Pills for
Tbcre is oiie remedy that will enre
rheumatism in any ot its forms and so
thoroughly eradicate the disease from
the system that the cure is permanent.
This remedy is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo People and the proof of the
statement ia found in the experience ot
Mr. T. S. "Wngar, of No. 73 Academy
Btrect, Watertowu, N.Y. He says:
"The pain waa in my joints aud my
Bufferings for over two yenrs was beyond
description. There was au intense pain
iu my shoulders that prevented me front
sleeping; aud I would get np nud walk
the floor n t night. Whcu I began taking
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the improve
ment was gradual, but by the time I had
taken four boxes I was entirely cured
and I have not had the slightest touch
of rheumatism since that time."
Mr. Wagar's wife is also enthusiastic
in her endorsement of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. 8besays: "I havo tried the
Eills myself far stomach trouble aud
ave experienced great relief from their
use. My daughter, Mrs. Atwood, of
Gill street. Watertown. haa used them
for female weakness and was much ben
efited by them. I regard Dr. Williams'
Fink Pills for Pale People as an ex
tremely valuable family medicine."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pillshave enred tho
worst cases ot bloodlessness, indigestion,
fufluenaa, headaches, backaches, lum
bago, aclatica, neuralgia, nervousness,
apiual weakness, and the special nil
metits of girls and women whoso blood
supply becomes weak, scanty or irregu
lar. The genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are guaranteed to be free from opiates or
any harmful drugs and cannot injure
the most delicate system. At all drug
gists or from the Dr. Williams Medi
cine Co., Bobenectady. N. Y., postpaid
on receipt of price, 60 oenta per Aox,
Uteaea for 8.60. ,S
"They Say It Cures
Where All Others Fail
JUDGE c DOLPH DRUG CO.
w .. -
"From present Indication, it won't be very
- "Jw ial
lona: belore Muin Crape Tonic is the mv
rcrncay soia lor constipation and stomacn trouble, it s
the only one now in ouritore that is selling to amount to
anything. Our customers are actually enthusiastic about It.
"They say that it cure constipation and stomach
trouble where all others fail. That it builds up and strength
ens the digestive organs and the whole general system.
In fact, we hear more good wort, about this remarkable,
remedy than anything that we carry in stock.'
"Those who have used Mull's Crape Tonic not
only tell us that it is a certain cure for stomach trouble,
and constipation, but they tell others. We have new
customers ailing for it constantly who have been sent
to the store by those who have been cured."
JUDGE & D0LPH DRUG CO., 515 Olive St, St. Uuls, Mo.
Thl Maafa afrsnjr ymr In mlamm fmaeb with
mvfftmlmni tm warrant m trial mtthlm mrmat rmmmdy.
Thare Is nothing1 so good for yoing and old as MULL'S OBATK
TONIC. It ootids sp and pats tho stomach, (ha bowels, tha Kb i
dlga'ttva ajitam In perfect condition to do Its natural vrork. It I
Indeed nature's own true tonic, mulo from the products ot natnrr '
own storehunta. II docs not shook or weaken the delicate nrrana ai J
tbns make a bad matter worse. It la healing, soothlnR, strengtbenisa;
aad pleasant to take.
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC CURES
Constipation and Stomach Trouble
and all tba diseases which they cause. Tear own physician will tell
yoej that nearly arery caea ct pllea, blllonsness, typhoid lever, alck
headache, blooJ and skin dlseaaes, appendicitis, eerroas affection
and arery kind ot female trouble ara dlrei tiT caused b lndtmtion
andeonttlpatlon. Byremnvlus the cane andcurlnc tho Bare! dls-
ase MULL'S GRVPB TONlO cures theso dancerons enm"iltallon.
aB n .n MAn.a an., 41 IW I M hrt,,U. m atl The Sl.OS
site contains about ( times aa much ai the IS cent all' and about S
times aa much as tho to cent els. It pays to buy tb largest alia.
BBCB Upon receipt ot your address, your drasvlet'e 1!"" and lUc. to par
ritCC p,,suiicj will nuill jrou a (ample free. ' roil hare never uied
Mull's tin i Tonic, and wi 1 1 a Iw se nd on a certlaie good tor Sl lO toward
the purcnaie of more 'Ionic from your drum III-
MULL'S CRAPE TONIC CO., 147 TaOrd Ave.. Rock lela', HL
II STViS U 00
WWllussi,,. a iy w ;b
to uaoMt I.,,. "
j THE iECT VlitiW CUKE
X Cough frupa are all cheap 2
tenougn, Tjut it you anouia get a 1
tjvllopvof cough ayrnp that does not
cui for tha price of a amall bottle ,
the beat cough cure, you would
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