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PLANTING AND PRUNING.
Sme Yalnnhle Hints for Peach Urow
er Who Are Comparatively
J. J. Holland, of Marion, O., says he
set 100 peach trees last fall without
trimming-, and w ants to know when to
trim them, and if limbs should be cut
clo.se to body, and aks for illustration
by cut. Yes, cut close, leaving nothing
but -a cane or stick, as seen in cut.
l'tach trees should be trimmed when
set, but iu this cas-e he should trim
flaxtim: i'kacii trees
pea h tr )tr
f.ii.ri on in-
A. ri. ;.'h to i'luiu. 1:. J:.
f they are
fortli a iu".
n they will put
ck r.s or sprouts
i! three or :li:i e
iji-.ow tin- j.r
r hi ad
h, shi'iiid be
nmi are bi tt
ticch-d in nvc
are not classed a
r in sti :-.:'( h,:i
wli.ter ami si t
sjiriag. Tiu'V are i.r.',y used 1o trans
plant ti:c liit sea c:i after being bud
!i d. "l-c!ass iiur.-eries do :,ot ii ave
their peach trees out over winter to be
d;iLr in Ihe spring, but prote ct iheiu root
and top. and they are thus better
bandied in ti e early spring, liut what
are termed hardy trees, such as the ap
ple, plum, sv.e.'t iii;i! sour cherry and
shade trees cat: be set fall orspring with
Hardy trees nre best to transplant
when two years, old. AVhen raised in
proper soil and in first-class nurseries
they are geiu rally headed and iu good
PRT.WINO PEACH TREES.
Dotted line and cross marks are suggca- j
tlons fur pruning a compact h-.-ad. !
proportion, therefore easily trimmed. 1
The top shoot is often clipped when a
year or two old. in order to give a better j
liend. as show n by cro.-s mark at C and i
I), Fig. 1. A1.-0 under-trimmed, to mate j
a nice body. j
The pi aeli needs some trimming inside
and outide 4he circle. Fig. 2. A heavy, j
round and compact top can be carried ;
on a short, thick body, then start it
rieht. Nature is perfect and imperfect, i
"As the Iwig is bent so the tree is in
clined." hence the betti rnient by the art
of man. A. A. in Fig. 1, show depth to j
plant. ):. D. show root pruning u"
bruised roots. S. C. .Myers, iu Ohio j
NEW USE FOR GLASS.
CrrnmorryKfnl Sneer-nxf lilly I ril
the Lntrnrllun if a Street
iu Lyons. Frnnre.
John C. Covert, I'nited States consul
nt Lyons, reports that hist October a
paving company there began laying a
piece of pavement of cerai.iocrystal. or
devitrilied glass, laid in the form of
blocks, eight inches siiuare, each block
containing Hi parts, in the form of
heckers, fitted together so that water I
, .. -e ... 1 .1.- I
-annot pass uciwecu uieiu, a.iu me ,
whole pavement looks like one large !
checkerboard. The advantages claimed '
ore that it offers a greater resistance j
than stone; that it is a jHMir conductor
, , . . ... ' , .,i
of cold, and ice will not form upon it I
ceadilv; that dirt will not accurrulate ;
upon it as easily as upon stone, and
that it will not retain microbes; also, j
, , . , '
tftat li is more mraiue man stone, anu
ust as chcaji. I he new product is ob
tained from broken glass, heated to a
temperature of 1,2.0 degrees, ami com
pressed in matrices by hydraulic force.
The linn manufacturing- this material
proposes to have a large house con
structed entirely of glass as one of the
features of the coming Paris exposition
The Karly (.nrilen Crops.
The early crops are quickly destroyed
f neglected. Onions require careful
Hatching, as the early weeds may get
ahead of them in 4S hours should the
weather be warm for a few days, which
doubles the work of the farmer. The
best ti:ae to destroy weeds is when they
are germinating. Whenever the hos
runs between the rows it not onTy ad
."nita warmth and causes the seeds of
weeds to germinate, but kills those that
ar fust starting.
miminaaiw ay-osrgyOTr;.yg'.-jz,f utm -4jagMiusiafj
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BITS OF PERSONALITY.
Speaker Iieed is partial to red neck
Senator CockrcII, of Missouri, is the
Only senator who uses snufT.
Ex-Scnator M. Y. Hansom is the
largest cotton raiser in "orth Carolina.
Gen. 'Wheeler has recently had set as
cull buttons two buttons that were shot
off his uniform during- the war of the
P. I'roetor Knott, one of the best
known lawyers in Kentucky, has given
tip his practice to taEe the chair of law
ia Center college, Danville, Ky.
"Mr. Stanley." said a friend to the
African explorer the other day, "I see
the American papers are calting you an
American." '"Well." was the answer,
"the term isn't libelous."
Justice John M. Harlan, of the t'nited
! States supreme court, has a bass voice
of phenomenal depth and splendid fjual-
i ity. As a young man there was some
! talk of his making-liis living by it.
j Admiral Schley is a mathematician
who can do most of his work without
the aid of paper. In Liverpool" some
rears arr he triumphantly beat a pro- i
fessional "lightning calculator" who i
was exhibiting- there. !
THE LOWER KINGDOM.
Neither camels nor elephants
The silkworm is liable to over 100 dis
eases. Nearly all shin diseases are supposed
to bo caused l y microseopie insects.
The nhrraticn of birds is supposed to
have originated during the glacial
The dent in" of the teeth is permeated
ly tiny eaaals one twelve-thousandth
of an inch in diameter.
The barn i 1, when she has young,
brings a mouse to her nest about every
12 minutes, 4'i mice a day being a low
The earthworm was glorified by Par
win. It i now asserted that the com
mon earthworm promulgates diseases
to an alarming extent among animais.
To ,';eep hunting dogs in training
there has l.-.-i-n designc-d a race track
w:th a mechanical arrangement
mounted c:i a p".ir of rails out.-ide the
track ti dra r a stuffed bait around the
ring for the il-e's to catch.
Women, according to a prominent
physician, have, a j a general rule, much
coarser har than men.
The largest steel shaft in the world
has just been finished. It is 27 feet 10
inches long and its diameter in the mid
dle is 37 inches.
The floors in French hospitals are
painted with a solution of paraffine in
petroleum for hygienic reasons. One
application lasts two years.
If a Persian chances to sneeze when
he isaliout to take medicine, he throws
the medicine away, thinking that the
gods have warned him to beware cf it.
The "pathometor," a new invention
j for use on bicycles nnd other vehicles,
not only mathematically records the
distance traveled, but also the direction
of the routes traversed,
j In the library of the Hereford Ca
thedral, England, are about 2,WK vol
i unies, and 1.500 of them arc tach cf
j them attached to the book case by a
! chain three or four feet long.
ODD AND CURIOUS.
Byra, a town in Africa, is built en
tirely cf zinc. The public buildings
and residences did rot cost, more than
A London Times advertisement asks
for a girl cf 13 r.s governess and com
panion. .She must be highly educated,
English, and a Protestant, but no cy
clist need apply.
A writer on China says that the Chi
nese believe the Yellow river has al
ways been of its present color except
one day about ."!.' years ago, on which
occasion a great man was bcrn and the
river was perfectly clear.
A Viennese professor. Dr. Tronz, re-
cer.tlv discr.vi red that a thrce-ycflr-cM
child, which had frequent attacks of
inflammation of the lungs, owed them
to having swallowed a small screw l'j
N.-u- York, April i:
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THE WHOLE SYSTEM
I May Become Invaded by Catarrh
i General Levis' Case.
.'cmcs Lewis, 5urveyor General of
Te-rii-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.:
"Oentlemer. I have u:ed I'e-ru-na for
a short time an 3 can cheerfully reeom- i
mend it as being ?!1 you represent and
wish every man whe is saiYtrlng with
catairh could know of its great value.
Should I at any future time have occa
sion to recommend a treatment of your
Kind, rest assured that yours will be the
One. Gratefully yours,
Vi'herever the catarrh is, there is sure
to be a waste of mucus. The mucus is
as precious as blood. It is blood, in fact.
It is blood plasma blood with the cor
puscles removed. To stop this waste,
you must stop this catarrh. A course of
treatment with 1'e-ru-iia never fails to
Send for free catarrh book. Address
The l-ru-n:i Pruir Manufacturing Co.,
I Columbus, Ohio.
l!e V'a She Van.
t'al'er Exti:.-c- int. en 1 sj cuk to your
typiwiiter a iumeut?
ity M in--"'.u e. ii'.; ; sl.i s crij ict'-d.
"'i !. -t's a!i ri-:,t I'm the feliow!" Illus
Slinerinti ti'lerit Tl i' rf i l:':c .'er.irf TTirrt
Will Irive to lie InoVc'l
count iii-ri :n.
"lite sprinc styles
tluu the cieihs can't
way fioni the
iVDi k. '
o t'ltleli r.rusr
IN FAVOR OF THE CEITTAUR CO.
Judiie Adams Granted nn Injunction
In the t'li.sioria Case.
In the I'nited States Circuit Court
Tuesday afternoon Judge Adams hand
ed down an opinion in the suit of the
J Centaur Company, of New York City,
j against Samuel W. I-Minger, of St.
I I-ouis, the suit being for an injunction
to restrain the defendant from usiuir
the plaintiff's remetly, "Castoria."
It was stated in complainant's bill
that the Centaur Company, of which
Charles II. Fletcher is president, is the
sole manufacturer of "Castoria," and
alleged that the defendant hail been
selling medicine in packages closely re
sembling those of the Xew York firm.
A preliminary injunction was prayed
for to restrain Ihe defendants from in
any way pirating upon the complain
ant's business. The bid averred that the
damages sustained were large, but
could not be estimated. The plea of the
defendant was that he had a right to do
as ho had done.
Kvidence in the case was taken by af
fidavits. Judge Adams, without leav
ing the bench, delivered an opinion in
which he denounced imitators of well
known medicines, lie said the practice
was a species of robbi ry and he would
grant the injunction sought.
The medicine "Castoria" was at first
protected by patent and later by label
and trade mark. The plaintiff claimed
that other dici.-ior.s similar to the one
handed down yesterday have been se
cured in the Federal courts, cases being
innumerable in Chicago, Indianapolis,
District of Columbia, Texas and New
Jersey, in all of w hich the courts grant
i e(j jrij,,n(..
! -j-i tJf
The nttortuvs in this suit were Sed-
j don and P.Iair of St. Loulo, and F. II.
. Seott, of Chicago, for the comolain
I ants and Michael Kineally for the de
' fendaut. The preliminary ir.juneti.'.rt is
understood to settle the point of law
involved, but the question of damages
! will be adjudged w hen the case has its
, final hearing.
j The bottles of the original "Castoria"
! manufactured by the Centaur Company
I bear the facsimile signature of the pres-
ident, Charles H. Fletcher, on the label.
I while the bottles sold by the defendant
! company bore on the label the words
"Pitcher's liaby Castoria." It is said
that criminal proceedings will follow,
and that several arrests may be made.
Maud Between us, dear, I think the
jount's compliments rather crude. He told
Die the siRht of my beautiful face actually
made his mouth water.
Edith The itlea! I'm sure your face
doesn't look quite that much like a lemon.
Stnny People Cannot Drinlc
coffee at nicht. It spoils their sleep. You
can drink Wrain-O when you please and sleep
like a top. For Oram O does not stimulate;
it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous
persons, young people snd children Grain-O
is the perfect drink. Made from pure grains.
(Jet a packape from your grocer to-day. Try
it in place ot coffee. 1" and Joc.
The Final Test. "To be perfectly exact,
are the Philippines east or west?" "Well
we shan't know for sure, I suppose, until
they've voted once." Detroit Journal.
I - - a-lJ-'tf- n-.Tf lWiilN--i-I-H'nt.gfy,
To cure, or money refunded bv your merchant, so whv not trv
Deafness Cannot Be Cored
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the" ear. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Deitmns is
caused bran mtianied condition of the niu
conn liniiur of the Kusiaehiaa Tube. When
this tube cets iiiilamed ynu have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed clearness is the result, and
unless the intlammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be Cestroved forever:
lime eases of.of ten are caused br catiir? i,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
ul the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars foranr
easo of Deafness (caused by catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure,
Send for circulars, free.
K. .1. ( iiener & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold br Druccists, 75c.
Hall's Family 1'ilis are the best.
Her Little Joke.
Jones delights in a practical joke, but
havin:; one played on him is a vastly dil-
The other day his wife rushed breath
lessly into the room, gasping '"tome.
Henry, quick! I here s a catamount in the
.lones grabbed his rifle and sprinted for
the scene of action, bur his nmt cautious
reconnoiters failed to discover the animal.
"Where is the beast i" he demanded.
"Whv. Henrv, dear,"' his wife replied.
"Tabby has some kitten, and that makes
r. c;i amount. d'Ksn t it '
l lo-p ob.-errers declare that the roof of
lones residence was seen to suddenly
but it slowly settled asiain in the
j cour-' ul -
4 hours. N. 1. World,
What "Al.-it.nxtine- .
Alalu.-tiiie is a liuraiiie and iiuttiral coil
ing lor uails and ceilings. It i entirely "iif
f'-reiit fiiim ail "kul.vimine" p:ei.u ati'iiis.
.i:il.a-tine coii'es in white cr twi.ve beau
tiful tints, am! is r'!y fur u.-e by adding
cold water. It is put up in dry powder form
m nve-poiinii packages, witn lull mreelions
on e'eiy piiek.ti'i. Aiabastine is harnisome.
j cleanly . nd pei:u;!ii nt. It c;in be ie-coated
I arid letintid at slight expense. 1'jirit !i al
j ers and druggists sell Aiabastine and lur
i lii-.h card of lints.
Hli Soeeewufnl FITort.
"I siw you on a suburban train I,-.t r.;ght
find you i'tenitd to be greatly annt-ed at
smie tiling an old gi-ntieinan was teiiii.g
"Did I r.-iiiy look as if I T.---re tickled?"
"'-s. Ihe stoiy oii were listening to
f!".i-t have Urn soim thing very funny.''
"i'.y dove, 1 in giad to htar you say that.
T!,e old gent:, man is the father of the girl
I li ve b' -t on earth, an i he was telling me
h yarn that 1 heard for the first time about
nine years ago." Chicago Kvenir.g News.
dibToiir Ieulrr Tor Allen's Tool-Ease,
A powder to si.ake int your shoes, it rests
the fe-et. ( 'uresl 'urns. It u:iions,S wol ieii, Sore,
llot, t'ailniis. Aching. S.ve:iiin' ieet ami In
growing' .aiis. Alien's Fool-Kasc makes
new orliniit slices easy. Sol.i by ail erug-gists
ai.d slme store, -.V. Sano.!-- mailed Fit KB.
Aadres.5 Alien S. Unlisted, Le K iy, '. V.
!) i.ii have tn be examined by
physician before yu jo:n the htc.iui n t
Xo; afterward. Yorkers
The Iet Prescription for Chill.
nnd Fever is a brittle of Giiovr's Tasth.kss
I'mi.l. Toxic. It is simply iron and qiiininc in
a tasteless form. Nucurc no pay. Price.SOc.
The Th'-hcp I hope, my dear madam, that
the season of Lent just past has been one
oi ptotit to you.
Mrs. Inehly It has, indeed, bishop.
mi almost entirely cured of dyspepsia.
To Core a Cold In One Dny
Take La jative Hronio Quinine Tablets.. All
driiitx'sts refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
Owing to the Number of Drinks. P,rown.
"When you cet in late at iinrht, do you
always te'.l your wile here you have spent
the evening''"' Jones "Net aiw.iys. Some
times I don't know." Ohio State Journal.
After six years' snfferins T was cured by
Piso's Cure. Marr Thomson. 2lH Ohio Ave..
AUepheny, Pa., March 10, '1)4.
Hicks "Isn't that your wife's pocket
book?"' Wicks "She has gone off and for
got ten it. It i- mighty luekv. however, that
sue has only gone on a shopping
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i is4isafi.is.!hljs.u is.
An Excellent Combination.
The ph'asant method and beneficial
effects of tlie well known remedy,
Stkitp of Fl'is, manufactured by the
CALiniKmA Fin Sviici Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form mokt refreshing to the
tuste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
l.ver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fio Syrit
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of theCompany
printed on the front of every package.
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BAN FRANCISCO. CAI
i.ornsvrr.i.E. ky. new york. n. t.
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NEW DISCOVERY: give
aulcb rlif and cares worn!
rai. Hook of tetimonii anl 19 dan'lreal
cat Free, oa, H. a. anus's SUaS,(C.AUau,ka.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood
J.I ss. I I - - 111 -f. V atl a. I I Tar ill
Prompt Way to Cure Yourself "When Symptoms Show That
Your Kidneys Arc
To Test the Wonderful Merits of the Great flodem
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The way to he well is to pay attention
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All the blood in your body passes
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he kidneys strnin cr filter out the
impurities in the blood that is their
Purifying- your blood is not a ques
tion of taking a laxative of physic.
Does your blood run through vour
What the bowel-cleaner does is to
throw out the poisons confined in your
bowels ready for absorption into your
blood, but the poisons which are al
ready in your blood, causing-your pres
ent sickness, it leaves there.
There is no other way of purifying
your blood except by means of your
That is why bowel-clean ?rs faiftodo
their work they fail to help the kid
When you are sick, then, no matter
what you think the name of your dis
ease is. the first thing1 you should do is
to afford aid to your kidneys by using
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot the great
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natural help to nature, for Swamp-
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Beautiful Skto and Complexion It contains no
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I'ain or dull ache in back or head,
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ple bottle and to lesure nnd mention thii
p iper when sending their addresses to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Pincrhamton. X. Y.
In tbe Great Grain and
CiraziDL- Belts of West
ern Canada anil infor
mation its ti how to se
cure them can lie bad
on app.icatlon to tlie
Department of tlie In
terior, Ottawa. Canada,
or to C. J. DKOUUH-
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