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A WOOL-TYING BOX.
Convenient Device Which Aldi the
Email Shipper In Market
ing Hi Wool.
A very useful device for tying fleeces
1q a compact bundle Is hown In Il
lustration. It is made of' one-Inch
boards Muged together on a central
square piece. Thin is one foot square
and the sides a are three feet loag at
HOW WOOL TTIXfS IIOX 13 UAUE,
the bottom and II Inches at the top
The pieces b are rut one foot aqua re.
To use the bos, explains the Farm
and Ilonie. strings are laid across, as
shown by dotted lines. Then the flee-e
l.i placed upon the ce-ntir piece and
the edge folded In. The two aldei, a,
are drawn upright In position and
then the two sides, b, are forced up
ward and In until they are perjx'n
dirular. The small clamp, c, may
then be hooked over the sides to hold
them solid. The fleece may then be
brought down Into the box and the
etrlnss tied. It makes a compact bun
dle and leaves the wool even ujKja the
A COOD COW.
Stcry of One Animal of Jersey Strain
VTbo Paid Her Owner a
A dairyman who doos not own many
cows, and those good ones, recently
pave the following figures concerning
one of bU cows, a pure-bred Jersey, to
the Ohio Farmer.
Her first calf was dropped In 1S97
a heifer now a valued member of the
herd. Her next calf came in 1TiS. with
a succei-eor each year up to the pres
ent, making cine calves in all. Three
were females and six males. The heif
ers have been retained In the herd and
the bulls soil at an average of $i0
each. Valuing the heifers at the same,
the nine calves represent an earning
Of 3t",(1. With her exnd calf she
made a Wt of Im pounds of milk In
seven days, churning 14 pounds, four
ounces of butter. Her averace milk
yield has been 7.r.vi pound, sold to a
creamery at an average of $1.;0 per
1"0 pounds, an tcrrKai for eight
years of 7;d. Adding the value of the
calves to the amount received for milk,
her gros earnings amount to $l,(sn.
These fleureii are very eloquent for the
fool specal purpose cow, but were not
given to me, nor do I record them, as
anything extraordinary. An annual
yield of T.tM pounds of five per cent,
milk, while Indicating a cow of grenl
merit do-s not raise hr above thou
sand of oiher good cows. She haa
broken no records but she has kept
the faith. She has always had Rood
care, good feed and pbtity of it. She
has been given a chance. She is a
cow of robust constitution, a great
feeder, a strong milker and a reliable
Her feed bad been the ordinary feed
cf the herd. Pasture and soiling crops
In summer, corn silage, mixed hay.
corn meal, wheat bran and oil meal In
winter. She baa never !een fed ex
relvey. but has never gone hungry
nor In any way known abuse.
THE LI V BT OCK.
Poor fences make good Jumpers.
Clean cows result from proper stab
ling. Feed, from the band of the master,
The new stable should have several
The cow holds her own In all kinds
An thing Irregular affects the per
Crul.iKo of butter fals.
It the hone has sore shoulders. It
Is a pretty sure slgu that his collar
does not fit him.
A new milker will at first get less
milk from a cow than one to whom
the anliu.,1 is m customed.
Culls and ewes that do not own or
rear their lambs properly, niay bo
turned off In the same way.
(lid elieep should now b separated
from the tost of the flock and glveu
'itra euro. They ran be Improved iu
firhU and sent to market, where mme
return can be realUe-J from them.
If you keep tlret or more rows It
will pay you to have a cream sep
arator. Before hnvliig. send for the
catalogue of ull the makes you flnd
advertised. It will pay you to Inves
tigate this question.
Every man that has a large number
of hogs should endeavor to give them
a good pasture. Too many breeders
are conteuted with a hog pasture that
Is covered with native granges only.
Clovers and blue trass make a good
pasture for swlue.
Science In Hog Raining.
The fact that we have been able te
tiiske money out of hogs even with the
most unscientific methods of breeding
and rare U proof Hint under proper
conditions the hog will make his own
er rich. Scientlno management means
lts rare of swliia to ktep away di
sease, obtain early maturity and keep
up (! natural feKuudlty of the aul
DIPPING SHEEP FOR ?CAD.'
Pi of. Thomas Ehsw Give Some 8ug
jestlona for tbs Treatment
The dipping of sheep Is practiced to
free tliem from ticks and alwi from
tho presence uf the scab mite. The
proprietary dip are used for the pur
Kse as a rule, although the bureau
of animal Industry still favors the uw
of the llmo and sulphur dip, althouga
mu(h evident has been brought for
ward to show that It Injures the wool
If applied Just after shearing the
theep, this remilt would not follow.
Prominent among the proprietary dlpf
are ch.'oronaptholeurn, zenoleum and
certain preparations w ith tobacco ai
the prliiripal element in their potency.
The following is the foniula for
making the liine and sulphur dip:
Take eight to eleven pounds of un
slaked lime and add enough water tc
slake the lime, i f t into this three
times as many pounds of flower of sul
phur as there were pounds of lime at
the outset Roil the mixture from twe
to three hours,' adding water when
ne.-esary. Pour the mixture Into a
tub, vat or barrel that It may t
drawn off through a splrot without!
sediment. W hen using this dip, it !'
greatly Important to keep the sedi
ment out of the mixture.
The common form of the Infection
known as sheep Feab catiees groater
loss to the fheep Industry In the 1'nlt
ed States than any of the external
parasites which prey u;Mn thm. It it
produced by minute inserts, many of
which are too small to be seen with
out the aid of a microscope. Usually,
however. If a tuft of wool Is pulled
out near the edge of the infected part,
little moving objects may be noticed
by the naked eye near the base of the
wiwl fitrers, or among the scales ad
hering to them. They Irritate the
ekin i.y bi'lne. this causing an Inflam
mation which produces an '.whine acdi
gives the Fhee; no ret. The infiam
m.vion Is accompanied by scab forma
tion, under which the mites live.
The rubbing of the sheep carries the
srab to new centers, and thus the
work of torment Is frequently carried
on simultaneously on different partt
of the body. The wool sion becomes
taecy and finally drops off In various
The remedy, as Intimated, Is dip
ping. The sheep should be dipped
twice with an Interval of eight to ten
days between the dippings. The sec
ond dipping is given to destroy an;
mites that may have hatched out sub
sequent to the first dipping. As on
as dipped the sheep should be removed
from their old surroundings anil pas
ture grounds for a period of at leas!
10 days. The eggs hatch In two or
three days after they have been laid.
When the forks are small, says the
Orange Judd Farmer, the dipping may
be done In a water-tight box made for
the purpose, into which the sheep are
lifted. They may also be dipped In
galvanlced vats made for the purpose. I
When large lots are to be dipped, how
ever, tanks made for the purpose are!
necessary, throuch which the sheep'
are made to swim, and from which!
they are made to emerge at the farther!
end. The construction of these cannot.
be given to this paper. Fheep bought
at the stockyards may usually be dip
ped there, but It ought to be remem
bered that for scab one dipping Is not
enough. The preparation of the pro
prietary dips Is outlined in the direc
tions that accompany them.
ELEVATED BED FOR HOC.
Sleeping Platform UTiich Will Con
tribute to Comfort and Health
A reader wants to know how he can
devise an elevated sleeping platform
in his hog house. Perhaps the plaa
I'l.AN KOH Kl I VATKU 1 iK 1.1 K
designed by an Ontario authority will
help our reader. This Is shown In the
accompanying. II, is the elevation
some two or three feel alxive the floor
and is readied by the approach at doi
ted line. A. I', is the passage vay
while FI. represents the feeding floor
sloping to meet with the approach to
the sleeping platform.
CIcad Yards for Ewins.
Many of the bog yards found about
the country reck with filth. If gwlns
are to be kept healthy they should
be given dean yards. The hog is not
by nature a dirty animal, run If he
does wallow In mud It is doubtful If
hog cholera would get a start if tbs
bog quarters were never allowed 14
bcomu filthy. Many and many a
farmer has ha 1 his hogs become sick
merely from the condition of the hoj
yard. When the rains fall such yards
are a mass of mud. and when the
weather bevomea dry they are filled
with fine dust, which gits Into the
lungs of the animals and causes
symptoms similar to pneumonia and
to hog cholera. It Is possible on nio.st
farms to have several hog yards, and
to kep the animals In one yard for
but a short time. Such an arrange
incut Is a most satisfactory one.
Parley la fed everywhere la cows
In Ihnmark, and where iit-ed In this
country gives satisfaction. Here, how
ever, wheat brail Is much cheaper and
much more easily obtained. from
three to five pounds of ground beviiey
Is sumcleut for a cow, aul even this
should be fc'l In conncclioa with bias
r solus vlber feed-
HAVE CAUSED GREAT LOSS.
Forest Fires in rfotthern Kichigaa
Made Many liomelcts.
A Tree! of toaslrr ft Mllrs MIS.
Oil HO Mile l.a tiril ( Iris
Tombs mm4 Hies leairoed.
Milwaukee, Wit A staff cor
reiondent of the Pentinel who Sun
day made a tour of the district In the
upper iK-nitiKiiU of Michigan covered
by the frest forest In a st-eclal train,
the hrnt train to go thrcMh the dis
trict I nre the catastrophe, telegraphs
that the f re aj Mrs to be practically
out In all of the dtrl t. The fire
raiic-d for a distance of sixty-four mi
along the line of the Kscanaba and
Iake Superior riillroad and for thirty
miles beyond C'l.f.iii;ii:g, the wettern
terminus of the rond. It Feems certain
now thet 2.001 persons are homeless
In that district end that l,y0 are left
desolate at Qulnneeo. The Quinneseo
fire, however, was of different origin
from the Escanaba fire, having started
In a field where men wen? pulling
Humps nnd burning debris. This fire
spread into the city, wiped out all
the buildings except thrr-e residences
and .the paper mills. Then the f.re
spread into the tlmler and running
north for forty miles finally joiuej
the flames sweeping east ou Escir.aba.
It was also learned Sunday that Wood
lawn and Klngsley on the Escanaba
and Lake Superior line and Perkins
on the Northwestern road were de
stroyed. The strip burned along the
Escanaba and Lake Superior road ap
pears to be ?,n miles wide and the
alarming nature J the earlier repor's
of the fire teem to le thoroughly veri
fied. Stories of heroic battles agninrt tve
faiiiCci are numerous. livens of towns
w-ere v.vcd only by the nto-t desperate
battle with the flames. Northland, a
town of 1i-hI ir.habitr.n's. was threo
times threatened. The Ere was check
ed each time at a distance or.ly tea
yards from the houses on the out
skirts. TO BECOME BRIDE OF KING.
Prime. Fun of ItAtteabrrn Mill
l-rmtr r.n1al for ftpala
I. on don. Tie arrangements
have leen concluded for Princess Er;s
of P.atten!-erg's farewell to her nallvs.
land. She will s'art for Spill n os ;
Thursday. King Edward will give i
family dinner at Hucklncham palacsj
Wednesday evening, and as Queen Al
exandra and Princess Victoria w ill re-j
turn to Ijondon Monday from irniln:
the family gathering will be complete j
A special turbine steamer is pre-!
pared to take the brlde-elert of t? t
Spanish king and a large suite from ,
Hover to Calais, from whbh. pis s!
they will proceed by train. Tri!
Prince and Princess of Wales, who!
WrIM ririritn 4tA I li.ir . On I
ding, will start for Madrid next Satur
day. The OlDrera I rapr.
Shelby. Ohio When Con
stable Huck and his deputy. Will liar
rls. walked out on the diamond here
Sunday, armed with warrants Issued
on behalf of the Iw and Order league
to arrest the players of the Mansfield
and Sharon baseball teams of the
Ohio-Pennsylvania league. 2. OX sree.
tators swarmed out nKn the field ard
surrounded the officers who were beat,
en and cuffed and Jeered hy the ex
cited crowd. The onb-ers escaied un
der police protection.
IfSSlsg af Klrrl'i Vl.lt.
Ft. Petersburg. Ruia. The papers
Monday morning were full of commert
regarding the proixisel vlnslt of a
rirltlsh squadron to Cronstadt this
summer, tnevst of the'm ceuialderltn
It a further overture for an Anglo
Weteraeeka llr lala OOlrlat.
n r o k e n How. Neb Sherlf!
Richardson Sunday rs-elved a me
sar.e savlt.g deserve Morrison, rosd
overe-er r.esr the village of Aetna,
n shot tei death by a Kiy named
Charles IVnnts The shiKitlng w -j
the result of n quarrel over a disputej
rUht of way. The .ellrf lett Aetna,
which Is remote from the county sest.
Waller Wrlla lllrarle. tttrallaa.
Paris. l-Yatn-e. The cwily dejar.
tur of Walter Wellman. the Ameri
can evplorer, and his party for Spiu
NTKon. in accordance with his plas
to endeavor to reach the North p '
by meins of dirigible balloon, is at
trutiwg widespread attention he.
aiming aeronaut s.nd men of n iem-ev
A I rileer la Saaia IVunelaae.
Philadelphia. Pa. Tha crv'vr
Coliiriibla Is l-eing hastily lirepresl st
l:ig!ie lllnd for he and will tests
for San Iku.iIuko Monday with t'. C
marine. I" rider hurry orders from tt.i
navy dcnrtment cleta. htr.e i.ts vif iur
lnes fnun lUthton. I in -ok 1 yn. Whhi:-.g-ton
and Norfolk anlved here darir.j
Shirt af Wtacl Saverel Taeaaei.
Menominee , Mlih. The town N
Sierton, Mich, owned by the lUj
?hor t.uin!'r company suffervd a
heavy los fn'W the forvst fire, lor
a time So;erton end WN no -oi l
were cut etT. All that Saves) the toani
and KMle from cxmplei aniuhilallva
was a Mft:n of the win.l.
Baeuh iKtKl4ra la 1 raara.
Lou dun. rrintf, - a Knt
xph,leiv at St. I'harire Sunday. Sefv
rl pe rsons Were ilaUtivrcuciy wou
Si aud sweisl others sii.htly InJuisA
THE POINT OF THE PROVERB
An oM proverb advles tie shoe
B.sk'.'r to stick to Lis Uf.. It tneui
tt.at a rian always sj'rd bet st
the business le knws. To tie farcer
It meats, stick to yo;jr p!ow; to ti.
t;ackrr.!t.h, stick to your fvree; to
t'.e pa!i;ter, stlk to your brush.
Vie a we make xprlme,ts out cf oyf
line they are likely to j.rove expen
It is araufilng, towevtr, to remir'g
bow every one of us srretly thinks
be could do some other fellow's work
better than the other fellow blsiif.
The painter lmagin'-s he can cske
paint better than the paint manufac
turer; the farmer thinks te can do
a Job cf paint tr;g b-tter, er at least
cheaper than the painter, and f on.
A farm hand In oue of O-tavtt
Thanet'a etorin tells the Walking
fielerate of the Painter?' L'nion. "Any
body can slather pa!ct:" szi the old
line paJnter te'.ls the paiiit sa!ccrran.
"None of your ready made mixtures
for me; I reckon I ought to Lriow
how to mix paint."
The farm hand Is wrong and the
painter is wrong: "Shoemaker, stick
to your list." The "fancy farmer"
c.-.n farm, cf course, but li Is aa ex
pensive amusement, if it strikes b!m
is pleasant to grow strawberries at
fifty cents aplere, or to produce; eggs
that cost him Cve dollars a dozen, it
Is a form of a muse re ext. to be sure.
If be can afford It. but It's not farm
leg. If the farmer likes to s'.oth
irotind with a raint brush and can af.
ford the time and the expense of bav
Itg a practical pair.ter do the Job
right pretty sooa afterward. It's a
harmless form cf amusement. If the
painter's customers caa afford to
?tand for rair.t that comes off in ba'.f
the time it should, they have a perfect
e-lght to Indulge bis harmless vanity
iloot bis skill la paint making. But
In cone cf tht-s cases does the sboey
roaVrer st!k to bis last.
There Is J jtt cue clas of men la
the world that knows bow to make
pa'rt properly and have the facilities
for doles; It rlht; anl that is t'ue
paint manufacturers the makers of
the standard brands of ready prepared
paints. The painter misct paints;
the paint manufacturer prindi them
tonrthcr. Ia a good ready-prepared
paint every particle cf one kind of
pigment Is forced to Join bands with
s particle of anther kind and every
tit cf solid matter is forced, as It
were, to open Its mouth and drink In
Its share of linseed 1L That is the
only wsy good" paint can be made, and
if the painter knew bow to do It be
has nothing st hand to do it witb. A
paint pot and a paddle are a poor
substitute for power-mixers, bubr-mllls
The ra;; who o - a btii'.d'.ng snl
neglects to paint It as often as It
needs paint Is only a degree more
short-sighted than the one who tries
to do bis own painting or allows the
p&'.ntcr to mix bis paint for him.
t P. O.
ONE UNVIOLATED RULE.
Club Servitor Had Seen Them AH
Broken It to Bits, Save
A certain club, the name of which
need not tx? mentioned, has strict reg
ulations against gambling, relates the
A Quartette of club members decid
ed to brak the rule by a gams of
poker for small stake, so they ad
journed to one of the small rooms and
told aa old servant to bring a pack of
Wben he broeight thetn cue cf the
members ssked: "John. I supposs It
would be something utterly new la
Ibis club if we were to do such a thing
as play for money with these cardsT"
The negro scratched bis bead and
deliberated, flr.al'.y answering: "Hoas,
I'se been wlv dls flub a long licae,
and I se seen many things."
"Yes. but what bsve you seen?
"I've seen ebry ru! of dls club
vl'lated "ceptln" one."
"Wbst is that one
"De rule 'gsinst gilbin' tips to ds
Prince Von llulcw. the Cermsa
rhsncellor, who w cvrrcorne hy a
fainting spell while delivering sa S 1
dreas in the reichMsg ts-rntly. Is a
political peneous'.liy sea'cxiy e.s In
leresting than was bis great prede
cessor U'.sn.arck. In spite of bis well
known and arde?;t patru.tum bis
courtesy to Prance on one occasion
drew from sn-'ther mrmNr ef the
relchstag the remark that "H.rr Vva
Ijlow thinks In Kre t -h or Itaiia and
then translate! Into tlermsn " He was
twice offered the rank of prince before
sevv; tii fi.
A lady g.i.ug frvna ho:-..e tci .e Jav,
says a writer la Ike New Yetk Vt.1
locked evervi.ng i,p catrtii'.j. izi
for the grocer's betkSt U.t a cctri vu
tt.e ta k eivvr.
"Ail out. lk.a-t Wave au.v:h:ng." It
On her return she f.iund ber hrt:
i unpacked and all her thci.vt p
eKi!is gone. TJ the rr i e-n tt.e
tier was aJJcd: "Tiaiiks. We tva t
The wsy to ml a woman real
bapiiy la to br'.ut her a potted plant
on a theiuieanj ti.ae railway J.-urnry
that she could bij sruaj the corner
lor ten cnl N V. Ire.
I've mn who regally in i w rt of
a cm bste-ii arguaieaj." '.d l acie
Kbea, 'is eie one l Uiii;t tte N
dolu' aoineShln' bc.t:r W.f hi li'Jie.-
WaAhlUi'.on Mir. ,
A lcndoa matt kas lmvr t4 an -glue
to ba ivia kf air. l'ivaxll
TEE "SXAPT SET" EGPELESS.
Nlofcoa W.ll.k.r Sara a-ll II.
'aoralla aaat Ha t'.iarc4
fraaa That 4art.r.
Pl.fai". Pa. The fhir-a
cirrus. li.h h N j -i-1,q
b'T !&' Tue-!y. ;. I Pr1i;y
wi'h c di-rjM'in 'ti the t.vtt c,f
'Hew Fhail ftiety Patlnh M cT-il W-t-n-t-iV
7h pr!rflr3 striker w.i
Pih.-,p MrVickar. A f;h'!e ICar.
He iid aocie'y rrt pjfii-!i lw.-ri
oS endears If H S to Jive ar.4 rie
blgh purges. "Then ra 1- t.
doul.t aVr.t tiat as aa 's-rt pfj?-oi'i,a.-
te Slid.' "If d;e U w k
rede-!;:-!, thea en.&l.-.j sc-;'y
whih is af-.er a:t mia ir !.; ;-!l
and ctrreiatel, ir,-it t rei-4
The blthc-p diKi;ired -be r.!..'n.g if
the word v.i-ty td la ref-rrii?
; to the si-rihi. ' i it iri
fV atd "piuVx-ra'-y." whi-h s-r..
J-ist r.QW to te bartzg j-ji own wiy
ts its tnejiiWi Ji'h '.e-t !a tt
splendid canlsge. cr luxuriate ta
the gorgeous j;rs. the bts't of tbe-ir
own larkevs. be Si;!:
"It Is harder to surh. or Jo &r.y
mixture of jj'h, tilt we thc-ii ..
tor sck!1 regenpratla."
ISCOiLE FROM OIL TRUST.
Jofca D. RM-krfeller Maa H rrrl rt-4
Illvlrieaelei A aaras I anal la PL'aeo.
OOO IVr Maala Siaera lk-
New York. StatStirs iride
public la Wall street show that J,U
D. Pockefeiler. frt.m bis fUnrk ia the
Standard Oil comriny. sir. Januiry
I. ll-S, received In dividends apl-jii-mately
f U3.5v'eX. Fxkt.'eil.tr l?
known to own 21 1-3 i-er cit cf tie
ftc'i of the trjtt,
T"is Ls alxut .""' rSA a nfi
It lf?s not represent all Mr. Rockefe'
'.er's incijce as be baa much olhr
The firures giren out show that
fir.ee January 1. i:5, the Spaniard
Oil company has disbursed to its stoefc-
j hedders :41.C-43.f'i) ia diviiejjds. or
nearly S times its authorUM capi
tal ia 'ion of Jl'Xi.i"-0.(.
w Oklahoma C. .4. I5 eTVMrvra.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Tta
feature of the Oklahoma G. A. R. re
union Thursday was a tig p.ra'..
Brigadier General Frank Baldwin and)
staS of the Southwestern army dlvi
ilon and Charles Fiison, acting gov
ernor, and staff of veterans of the
rpanbih-American war and Women's
P.eiief corps took part. Peter Becker
:f Enid was elected de;rtment com
mander. The other officers elected are
W. H. Homaday of La we.ua. senior
vice commander; I. N. Ptii'r.ps. OkI-5-totr.a
City, junior vice commander;
delegates to the national convention
P. H. Hucbes of Elk City. G. H I
I'nger of Er.ii and P. S. !er of El!
iieno. The otter ofi-ers are ap-j
p--,ntive. Fr.ii was selected as the.
place for the i.evt ni-eii?.g.
Terrltorr rirafre" t nioa . A oee m.
South McAlejs ter. L T Tta
Indian Territory Parniers' ualoa ad
journed Thursday night after holding
an executive session Issuing all day.
The call for the meeting said that a
plan would be adopted for a campaign
to secure removal of land restriction
with preference rights to tenants cf
Indian territory lands who are no
members of the tribe. It Is said tbs!
farmers will organize all over Indiaa
territory and present their pleas be
fore the next Msion of congre, en
listing the farmers' unions of all otter
states. Another ssloa will ba belj
here In Aujust.
Mf. keUa aaenS.
Topers, Kiu. A suit, Involvlnf
the ownerfhip of $.i.i.ij worth uf
land, w as brought Thursday In the
Tnited States dihtrict curt here by the!
truMeeie f the etate of O. J. tVvha'
uttainut bU window Vry A. J IVvll
It Is asked that the deeds !o this tan I
now la the i-.an-.e of V!.- IVvlln.
i-et aside and that she be prevented'
from conveviiig the Und -r f;-oai In-j
cuni'.K-nng tt tn any wy. ThU UaJ '
cvnedts of 1 r..'l acres ia Pcirrau cvmi- j
ty, Illinois, valued at atxe.it I-'A'a-a). I
frtaner Sur Mu Valraaa. j
To;eka, Kan. C. S. Cmrurr.er of,
KepuMic etitity whs rlex-ted" chvlrriaa J
of the re public. a s'.at committe I
Thu.-K.!Ay rcUbt. "the eau e-f IXiviij
lUr.tia w as not rreensS. It being j
reaiued that to keep the fl iht
would 1 . at the n.itnispet bad j
ia their Rieesutg. lul-Txd Crunu-ur j
Clvde V.l'.eT of 0jj;e county was!
vlo'tej scs-retary t y a. -lama'.l-n. be f
1i bav U, a ldvr-4 ty the;'
Mar ! l-k-lnvkilelea.
lt Motiir. I.iva ri- Kiver
Pr;brva. la tttonal ce-.nfrrvu.w here
wl 1 irviil!) V.i! the rut hk?l
( -r JeitS b..j pre h:'.-:trj r.-.!,-i k.f
the) vhuivh UK-., lh.H.it -aphej tills b
ti S coi-.i.icn d a of vauity. A coia
mittee b tea ai ',ee!atex to repoit
uiva the ;:a.titwa of the old ru'.a.
Saalfcer Maa Uela tkeuel.
P i 1 1 s b a r . P ,v 1 he tnupo,
rary rvTt!ruie: of Chairman Fraud
U Kcbtins irvm the luuicicei vf
.te litsi'urg Csl cv u-.ioy was mads
pubiio here Frtdy atiht. Mr. Kc-a-.
tin Wt'.l go tttojcJ e.u a vacation.
Vkaa Slat llaej l Ma.
K w York. 1 Ua kottoal May
lay slue 1 S was refev.rj4 bet Krl
diy wticn the l'uft..'4 plates we.i iter
burfau theruior ieler i!i,N'4 tji a f;i
O.si ualar vl :lec. 0 the t:via
li r u.ou-.ct, i ut aUv ei.
UZAR TO NATURrS HEART
ffe K Thrjjr.t ef Cordis "tt
as tflr tha Taloa of
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s!Tr Uke l.ty s. ;: r.g ia tie s'ia.;-
sf early ver'.r.g, as1 ir'-i It rm
a M'..y $ ' .' t:". i,-ynt ersr.
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cf tie I'.;: - rtrasta.
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ti cars xi w,t- ef ti i3:.x
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ec fr 4 caa cat 'si ra-t-r It
tr'.i caa to ti work."' Watiltj
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ttee c fejt.re s-rjria. tT.rxs fl
If couldn't go . ti-ey
wc-li lavef-. K2:i:- ejse itt as
hai to do S. T. Pr-3S.
Mrs. Millie H4iMdi.es.
HAD GIVEN UP ALL HOFL
CONFINED TO HER BED
r r a t r . i s
i i iy juue 10 re-ru-na.
a5a)-s lAiu Hu5aler.
Mrs. M.ttics lluffokw. E- R. No. ,
Co ombta. Teen . rites ;
1 was tilkt r 4jfcpila foe
ttrml year am at laU maa ao4
( my IxJ. mat)a alt a
"We tricnl arvrral eitSerenl eloetuerS
I J g-c s-p an anp af may r.
lit t ami was a I ism t cracef bm any
huamj bwtkl aa a avitla at Pa
"At Cnet I could Dot botKW ajar VSern
et but aft.or taSltijf aeverwi boU.rs I
w curej iun.i aild well.
( is fo f'trta I my Uta to-
" I cbeeja'.'y recimaneud it to aii
SU-err rs, "
Tor a cisiter cf yvars re-j'-ersta
have cctue t-j me frvtn a taultnuie uf
gtatrf-.il friend.-i. urjtcg taal I'rrusa
ba gtvta a slight laia'.K Qual.ty. I
fcavej fcefa x;-rt:t;ct:ng wtta a Ux
t've aJdlUen fjr ejjit a leogta cf
time, and cow fo I grst:3.l tj sa
t.jucs t-4 the fr-.eaJa if IVrina ti.l
I have invHvr;vrated sue a a cjai.tr in
ttie ntedi-ine which, tn my opintc-a.
ca c 'y eninv4 i;4 wtl'.ksown bae.
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a? a 1 tera tt e vhjeuv ar ua t,ejne J
tn.it yoa w ill b iv n u.oi S) u.j- a
SUi by all eivlets ,t sc. anj $ u
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