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THE AHGTJS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1903.
with its lovely seaside resorts,
orange groves, beautiful gar
dens and quaint old mission
towns is visited every
year by thousands of
tourists who travel
over the Union
it is the best
San Francisco from
Omaha sixteen hours
ahead of all competitors.
Tt is the only line running
Four Personally Conduct ed Ex
cursions to Calif oiniaevery week
For full information call on
W. G. NEIMYER, G. A.
193 South Clark St.,
Low Rates South
Don't Overlook This.
On Sept. 15 and Oct. 20 the
: in f in Hi-el !ns will srll rtiiinil trip
t:i-k:-ts St. F.oiiis. J.ouis ( "ill-
iiiiMti ;imi ( 'hira l;u to uints in Ala-
I.inia. (ii'iii''ia, M ississipi and Flori
da at sn.h low r:ites that it In'
Hum p.r to tr::i'l lliati t.i stay at
home. I. ink :it tin-si' liyiircs:
FKOM ClIH'AtiO TO
Chattanooga, Ti'im.. ami return. .$10.00
Koiiw. (i.i.. and rrinrii l'.i.fio
Aiiulstnii. Ala., and ret urn Hum
Jacksonville. Fla.. and return... .'.(Mi
Atlanta. ":.. an. I return HUH)
Mai uii. :!.. an. I n luni 2".'.(Wt
Savannah. Ca.. and return 2i.0
AntrMsta. (ia.. and return 2:' .00
Kates to in t nmcd ia t e points; the
same. I i iii T-t i iia 1 el v low rates t
otlier c,ii;is in states named. Tiekel
limited to return 21 i!;ivs. SloHivi'rs
l."d::ys coiii-.r. This is. tin op;orl n ni ty
of a life-linn- f r iiomeseekers and in
vestors and those desiring to visit the
south. For particulars, write
.1. S. M ( ri.l.OlYUl.
.N. V. P. A.
Or T. I!. Thaekston. Traveling Airt..
Southern Kailvvay. r.2." Dearborn St.
(;. n. Ai.i.r.x. a. ;. p. a..
St. Louis. Mo.
and return Sept 17. Ketnrn limit
Sept. .10, iy):$.
and return Sept. 1, 11) and 20. Re
t.irn limit, by extension, Oct. 3, l'JU'i
Big Four Route
For tickets and further information
call on or address
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ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
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ffrtes UliJifri. . WtSNVMA 14.
Insomnia is generally caused by
the overworked digestive organs
trying to digest food at night
which they should have done
during the day. . A dose of
Beecham's Pills will
Soothe the Stomach
by assisting the organs to do their
work and enable you to obtain
Nature's Restorer perfect sleep.
Yourstomach doesnot nourish you
the food you take if it is not work
ing right. You sometimes need
the gentle assistance of Beecham's
Pills to help nature. If you would
deep well, work well and be well,
take an occasional dose of
If you don't know their reputation
throughout the world, ask your friends.
In Boxes, I Oc. and 26c.
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before goinj elsewhere as
we can save vou money. e use
nothinjr hut the beat of material and
our work is guaranteed to li lirst
class in every respect. If you aro in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all case and when all ot hers
have failed. We never ask vou more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone hilin 2SC
riatinnm hllinrr SOc
Silver fillings KQr
Gold fillings, $ 1 and np .00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
fto get ol teoth lor 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Rpeidel'i Dm? Rtrr.
It's Quality That Counts
Tn coal It's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
onsumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's quaU
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
cur patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Directories of North and South Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin. Pe
oria and Chicago. IJecords art' kept
of people moving, arriving or leaving
Davenport. Credit reports and cor
rect addresses furnished; on applica
tion. Ilranch of the Dergnian Collect
tion Agency. 207-209 Brady street,
Tr For Drat
For Drunkenness and
lease vrite us.
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Prarant OandnitTand hairtaUioal
tot, and il 'iO at 1rvgrla.
HINTS FOR FARMERS
Caring For Manure.
While it is always best, when prac
ticable, to get the manure accumula
tions out on the land as fast as made,
there will always be times on every
farm when it is not possible to do this,
and some means should be adopted to
prevent the waste of the manure as
much as possible. A recent bulletin
of the Ohio station tells of experi
ments there made in the preservation of
manure with the addition of various
substances. Manure from highly fed
cattle that had been thrown into the
open yard was . divided in the spring
into four parcels. On one lot pulver
ized phosphate rock or "floats" was
dusted as it "was piled; on a second lot
acid phosphate or dissolved, rock was
dusted as it -was piled; on another lot
kainit or erode potash salt was scat
tered, and on the fourth gypsum or
land plaster was applied, all these ma
terials being used at the rate of forty
pounds per ton of manure. At the
same time four other lots were treated
in the same way, the manure being
taken from box stalls, where it had
been allowed to accumulate under the
feet of animals. The different lots
were applied ua a top dressing to corn
and wheat with n manure spreader,
putting four to eight tons per acre. It
was found that acid phosphate appear
ed to Ik the material producing the
largest and most profitable results as
an addition and preservative of the
manure, but it was also indicated that
the pulverized floats may prove to be
an economical material for the pur
pose. The yields were uniformly larger
and the increase due to the addition
of preservatives smaller in case of the
stall manure than in the case of the
open yard manure, thus showing that
the manure in the stalls suffered less
loss than that in the open yard. Prac
A Hitter Dlnniipolutiueiit.
It Is reported that the city boys
from the east who -went west to help
out with the harvest work were much
disappointed. Probably they were.
Their ideas of farm life were gained
from operas or novels, which are full
of pretty milkmaids, new mown bay,
golden grain, sweet breathed cattle,
flowery lieldj and shady brooks, with
dressed up young people to enjoy these
things and work a little on the side.
The sweating is always done by some
body in the background, who occasion
ally appears and talks a New Kngland
dialect of seventy-live years ago. These
young fellows from the east didn't real
ize youth's bright dream. The rude
fanners with ten cent straw hats and
sweaty shirts expected them to go right
out In the sun, without awnings or
parasols over them, and actually labor.
Yes, sir, and ou many of the farms
there were no automobiles to take them
to and from the llelds, no electric fans,
no soda fountains, no golf links, and
dinner consisted of only one course!
Who can blame the carefully nurtured
cross country runners, rowing xhii.ni
pions. football players and golf ball
ehasers for not wanting to work un
der such disadvantages? But their ex
.rien.ee may be valuable, for it may
lead those who know nothing about it
to realize that farm life is real and
earnest and sometimes actually strenu
ous. Stockman and Farmer.
The Dull "Weevil.
Reports concerning the cotton boll
weevil are conflicting and consequently
not to be relied on, for we really know
not what or what not to believe. The
weight of testimony, however, is to
the effect that the pest is not doing
as much business as it was feared be
would. This may be because the cot
ton is late and small and there is not
much work for the weevil to do. All
over south Texas there are weevils,
perhaps awaiting the development of
their favorite host plant. But it is use
less to speculate, for we know not
what a week may bring forth. Let the
fight against the weevil proceed. Dal
las Farm and Bunch.
Bird, Inaeeta and Frnlta.
There are thousands of fruit growers
who for years accepted the statement
that birds destroy injurious Insects as
u complimentary ticket into the cherry
trees and fruit patch. Finally they
began to count the cost. They find
that inany of the birds destroy so
much fruit that they cannot possibly
offset the damage by killing insects.
With many of us it is far cheaper to
kill the Insects tliau to feed the birds.
It is time to revoke their free pass.
Rural New Yorker.
To Fertilize Southern Soil.
To make your soil fertile gradually
deepen the soil until it is at least fif
teen inches deep. Flow under all the
com and cotton stalks, grass, trash.
pea vines, etc., in the fall, riant cot
ton one year, corn and peas second
year, oats followed by peas third year,
and' then cotton again. Keep plenty
of stock to eat the forage, and save
the manure and put it on the soil. Keep
something growing on the land at all
times. Southern Farm Gazette.
Cnrnatalka For Feed.
There is enough digestible food in
the cornstalks now on the fields in
Tennessee to winter every horse and
cow in the state if the stalks be cut
when the grain Is some too hard for
roasting ears. Cut the corn when the
blades are yellow up to the ear. Shred
ded cornstalks are worth as much per
ton as timothy for stock. Southern
"Fine bone? in bogs has been ex
ploited altogether too much, says an
exchange. A small boned hog Is a
weak hog. A large, healthy, vigorous
Log . must uave large bones, strong,
muscles attached thereto, .for muscle
Is meat, and meat Is what hogs are
WANING VACATION DAYS
Vacation fiaye are. on the wane, and fast
they're Btippins by, ,..
For when there's tiay instead of work
tuno fau-Iy seems to fly.
Though . thousands at the aea and lakes
and mountains yet remain,
They note with sorrow that their time
for fun Is on the. wane.
The Ktimmer girls are seeing that tha
game is nearly played,.
And they are often counting up the- con
quests they have made.
They realize that they are hear the end
ing of their reign. . ,
For fond admirers vanish when vacation's
on the wane.
.There's srief at summer hostelries where
'ash like water poured.
While owners reckon up. their gains and
add them to their hoard;
About the shrlukuge in their tips the
waiters oft complain.
For there's but little doing when vaca
tion's on the wane.
Borne faces that we long had missed again
conf ront. cur gaze, ...
And they are being added to as swiftly
fly the days.
For they are straggling back again, a
bilnch on every train.
Which always is a certain sign vacation's
on the wane.
The youngsters, too, now realize the time
is drawing nar
When back to school they '11 have to go
and take up tasks severe;
They see the hours for play rush by, and
there Is mental pain
Because the long vacation days are swift
ly on the wane.
Uoth old nnd young are sad because tha
time is near at hand
When they again must buckle down and
work to beat the band;
They'd like to take a longer loaf, but
wishes are In vain
When they can see the finish with vaca
tion on the wane.
Theodore H. Iioice in Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
Reporter Duck And to what do you
attribute your rise to fame?
The I'rize Winner Ever since I was
a shote it has been my aim to make a
perfect hog of myself. C hicago Amer
ican. 3iot a rropliet. .
The primeval man had just discov
ered that by rubbing two sticks to
gether he could produce fire.
I foresee." he said, with the airy
confidence Inseparable f.'om the true
nventor, "that this will be the death
of the raw fcMl fad.""
Which shows that our remote ances
tors, while wise in their day and gen
eration, could not make ai accurate
forecast of the future. Chicago Trib
une. II In Til en Fvnotly.
Uncle How do you like your Sunday
Tommy Oh, she's got good sense!
She's smarter than mom Is.
Tncle Indeed? So j'ou believe in
Tommy Sure! Her an' me thinks
alike. She says Sunday school don't
do me no good. Philadelphia Press.
She VVaa Sattnfleri.
"Are j-ou satisfied that he loves you
as much as he says?"
"Oh, yes; he was engaged to Nell last
year, and she said he only told her once
every two hours that she was the light
of his life. He tells me the same thing
erery twenty minutes." Cincinnati
Plenty of Them-
rirlggs ("Jilder has taken me out In
his automobile oulte frequently of lata.
Griggs Well. I suppose he wants to
have you share his pleasures.
"You mean his troubles." Detroit
Dodd Stringer doesn't seem to take
things seriously, docs he?
Todd No, no! Why, I believe that
fallow would even make a jest out of
a musical comedy. Town Topics.
othinic Do in ff.
Maggie Say. Chimmie, I loves you
wld a consumin' passion. I
Jimmie Now, dnt'U do fer yer. One
plate uv cream Is all yer'Il git ternlght.
"Yes. lady, it mav seem strance. but
It was writer's cramp brought me
"Dear me! How could that be.?"
Tm a forger, and when I got writ
er's cramp my work got so bad" that 1
was caught." New York Evening)
FACTS IN FEW LINES
Servia has one-third of the area of
A ton of sugar beets yields 210
pounds of refiued sugar.
Tlie province of Ontario produced
$o!7,MX) worth of nickel last year.
American machinery for sinking wells
is in demand, in all foreign oil fields.
It is anticipated that the world's sup
ply of gold will be doubled in the next
Only winged 'nsects are found to
have suffered from the rain of volcanic
dust in the Barbados.
Automobiles made for the Herman
army haul from five to eight ton loads
through hilly country.
A count of the unoccupied houses in
Iondoii shows 4,0'J. That is one
house in fifteen of the whole city.
In Tenerife, Canary Islands, 5.000
women make $230,000 worth of drawn
work for English and Germans annu
ally. The Kearsarge In crossing the Atlan
tic en route for Kiel at a rate of 10.02
miles an hour beat all records for bat
In Germany worklngmen are visited
at their homes on pay days by savings
bank officials, to collect their savinga
Vaccination is now 'compulsory in
France during the first year of life and
revaccination during the eleventh and
The borongh of Fulham, London, by
the use of its garbage in the furnace
of the municipal electric lighting plant
makes a profit of $3,44 a year.
No ethnological heresy is wider
spread among English speaking people
than that the SO.ooo.OuO or so citizens
of the United States are Anglo-Saxons.
The lion is worth to the animal deal
er $l,."ix, the lioness $."MK), the leopard
$.'!0. the panther $2r0, bears $50 to
$ro0. elk i::00, the camel $300 and the
A large area of coal and petroleum
has been discovered in Kootenay, Ii. C,
near the northeast corner of Idaho and
within twenty-live miles of the Cana
dian Pacific railway.
An assistant in the Congressional li
brary liiuls that 2,200 books therein
are written by coloritl persons. The
authors are nearly all mulattoes. The
straight blacks have done almost noth
Municipal corporations in England
have Incurred debts aggregating $1,
250,000,000 on socialistic lines. They
own gas works, water works, street
railway, docks, baths, markets, dwell
ings, race courses, dairies and hotels.
As long as ISrazil continues to grow
15.fiOO,iiiH) bags of coffee, which was
nearly the amount of her last year's
product and about the estimated
amount of the world's consumption,
there Is no probability that coffee will
advance in price.
Since the return of the polar expedi
tions led by Peary, Sverdrup and Ha ld
win only the Kussian expedition of
P.aron Toll is left in the north. lie
spent the winter of l!K)l-02 on the is
land of Katelnot and has not been
heard from since.
The Northeastern railway of Eng
land is building at its York works two
auto cars to run on its railway, each of
which will carry a complete apparatus
for generating its own motive iower.
The carriage approaches closely to the
tram type. In fact, the vehicle will be
a tram saloon with an engine compart
ment at one end and a conductor's com
partment at the other, says the London
Dr. d'Arsonval, lecturing In Paris on
the effects of electricity upon human
beings', expressed the belief that the
world is on the eve of a therapeutical
revolution, electricity being tlie medi
cine of the future. He demonstrated
the utility of electrical treatment in
skin diseases ami said that under anaes
thesia produced by electricity a patient
could be subjected to light surgical op
erations without narcotics.
The United States owns the chief way
stations of commerce, the principal is
lands and harbors, in the mid-Pacific
Unalaska on the north, Midway Island,
the Hawaiian group, Tutuila in the Sa
iuoan group, Guam in the I.adrones
and Manila. It is generally conceded
that Pearl harbor, -in the Hawaiian
group, and that of Pango-Pango, In the
Samoan, are far the best if not the only
valuable harbors in all the mid-Pacific.
It Is suggested that the height of the
Mississippi's fioods could be diminished,
with great Incidental profit to agricul
ture, by building reservoirs in its west
ern branches. These tributaries pass
through arid countries, where the wa
ter, if used for irrigation, would repay
the cost of dams, and, too, the artificial
lakes above the dams would modify the
climate in the interest of uniformity.
While the waste water could be convert
ed into electricity for power.
The cost of hauling freight per ton
per mile on the Ixmdon Northwestern
railway, England's most important
line, expressed In cents, is 1.40. On tlie
Pennsylvania railway the cost is .404
of a cent and on the New York Centrp.l
.410 of a cent. This Is true, although,
the wages of English trainmen, are but
half the American. An eminent expert
attributes the greater cost to the rigid-itj-
of the four wheeler English freighr.
wagons, which, he says, are "track
murderers and power absorbers."
' Tlie Russian ministry of agriculture
has just decided to found an agricul
tural ' high school for women, which
will be the first Institution of the kind
In 'Europe. The women who past
through this Institution will enjoy the
same rights as successful male stu
dents. They will be deemed eligible ta
fill various posts under the ministry of
agriculture and will be further entitled
to hold the position of administrator
of the crown domains and of teaohera
ia the Intermediate agricultural schools.
Drake's Prices fe Lowest
TKeir Work is T3he Best.
of the highest standard, all sizes,
immense variety, cheapest and
Saraband Orientals, Royal Wiltons.
Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels,
Wool Ingrains and Sanitary Gran
its. Visit our third floor and see the new
House it Htf2. $T iQk Carpet
t virnishers. zjJP 21
324-32S Bra.dy St.,
Is manufactured with the idea of surpassing all other flaked
wheat foods. We think we
have succeeded. It will cost
you but 10 cents to get
a package and hud out.
If your grocer does not keep It. send us
hifc name and lit cents and we will send
you a package, postpaid Address all com
muoication 10 bauk Creek lircakfaat toad
Co., Quincy, 111.
MISS SARAH FiNLEY, j
v icerresiceni ox me raimeuo viuu, neuiiiua, a cun,
INE OF CARDUI
is a thoroughly
scientific and mod
ern remedy, meet-
ing the needs of tlie modern
woman in the modern way
without the torture of an
operation. Wine of Cardui
has cured them in the pri
vacy of their homes and it
has found a pl-'e in the
hearts of Amcric n women
that no other me icine has found. In
their gratitude over 10,000 American
women have written letters commend
ing Wine of Cardui.- Wine 'of Cardui
meets their wants as no other medicine
does. It sustains the young girl at the
shock of her entrance to womanhood.
Women who take Wine of Cardui have
little discomfort during pregnancy and
little pain at childbirth. When the
chango of life appears they enter a
happy, healthy old age. Every month it
comes to the rescue to assist Nature in
throwing the impurities from the body.
Miss Sarah Finky, of Memphis,
Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto
Club of that city, speaks for herself and
many friends when she bestows the
Jfis Sarah Finlry.
WINE of CARD VI
Gray hairs oAen stand in the way of
ior 001 n men ana women, socially ana in business.
Many men are failing to secure good positions just
because they look too old," and no one lyiows how
many women have been disappointed in life because
they have failed to preserve that attractiveness which
60 largely depends on the hair.
ha been a Messing to thoK'ands. It is a liair
covering bald spots, re firing frehnes and 'life,
beauty and color. Hay 'a llair-Helth Is not
LARQS 50c. BOTTLES.
Via' V-jS hkr
Cut out and sign this coupon in five days, take It to any of the followins dnirif": and thry will
tnve yoa a large bottle of Hay' Hair-Health -and a asc cake of Harfina Hedtcated Snap,
th aoap for Hair, Scalp, Complexion, iiath and Toilet, both lor Fifty cents; regular price, 75c "
Redeemed by leading druggists everywhere at their shops only, or by the Philo Hay
Specialties Ca.. 939 Lafayette St.. Newark, N.J., either with or without soap, by express, prepaid,
in plain staled package oa rcceij of 60c. and this coupon.
oeaented, may Have bis money back by addrrumg flULO tLAX
Spbcialtikb Co., 39 Lafayette St.. Newark, N. J.
............. .Krfiue tuiftitutes. Imitt on havine-Huv' t Hair-llealtk.
Fof'tMtrlng Druggist a supply Hay's
T. H. THOMAS.
It is worth
thousa n d 3
o f dollars
for you to
Made by the
BREAKFAST FOOD CO.
Battto Creak. Mich. Quincy. Ob
following praise on Wine
44 Among the numerous
medicines placed before suf
fering women for their relief
none can touch McEIree's
"Wine of Cardui. It towers
above them all as a reliable
female remedy. It simply
drives pain and disease away
and restores health in an incredibly short
period. I have taken great interest in this
medicine for the past two years, since it
brought health and strength to me. ' I
have also recommended it to a cumber
of my friends and they who have used it
speak of it in the highest terms and I feel
that it is praise well bestowed."
If j-ou are suffering from female
weakness Wine of Cardui is the medi
cine you need.
You can have health the same as
Mis Fin!oy if you will take the Wine
cf Cardui treatment. If you need ad
vice further than the complete direc
tions given on the bottle, address The
Ladies Advisory Department, Chatta
nooga iled. 'o., Chattanooga, Tenn.
A" million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
foo4, nourish;" the roots, forcing luxuriant growth,
and positively brines back eray Jtair to ita youthful
a dye, ana its use cannot be detected.
AT LEADING DRUQU1STS.
f u "u HARFIriA SOAP.
fiJIPORIiTETC Any person purchasing Hay's Hair-Health
M 2 L.liiil I CC anywhere in the U. S. who has not been
Hair-Health and Harfina Soap In their shops only 1