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WOMAN AND HOME.
TO DATC nttAOINO FOM
DAMES AND DAMSELS.
The Arrangtmn of the Tm Table
Winning Un'i AtTealtnii A Tullt
rjoira Heavy CrlnkUJ Ureon Notti
TOW that afternoon
tea In on of (fie
funettans of social
life, ovory woman
X In trying to outdo
every other woman
In thewny sho ar
ranges her too Inula.
The ehlnn nml sil
ver aro, ot aoiirtc.
more or lees alike,
but there can bo
many an Individual and iflitlnetlvo
touch given by the placing of the cups
on the trey, ami, above all. by the light
Ids or the tablo. Hleetrlclty and gas
are not to bo thought of, but thero li
an Infinite variety of the dalnttott lit
tie lamp and shodes to choose from.
China. alass and silver lamps are nil
fashionable, and the little Umpire
shades aro singularly pretty. They nro
all of tho ono ahopo. otcourse, but aro
of different materials, the parchment
band-painted being the amf i test. Bottle
are embroidered with opaleieent
Doncles on silk, nnd these are very
showy. Pink la the favorite color, for
4t easts tho most becoming light
A Ttitlo' (Innn.
Now that the festive sen son of
balls nnd parltea Is well tinder
way, evening gowns principally aro
engaging tho attention of the dress,
makers and leading the topic of
dress, downs which wore worn
last yenr nnd hnvo quite lost their
charm ot freshnees are lirouj t 1 out for
renorntlon to oke out the variety re
quired, and thoee who cannot go to the
hlih-prleod modistes for their dresses
may glean a fow Ideas from somo pie
turesquo models. It Is wise to mMko
the most of the money expended on
otenlng gowns, for tholr usefulness Is
Hoetlng, and effect of color and stylo
are mora to be daslrcd than expensive
materials. Tullo gowns nro vory
.fashionable this season, nd It Is n use
of their perfect dressing. Very fen
Americans havo the atrocious tastes
of many of the foreigners, nnd then the
American mammas hnvo tho good sen jo
to allow their daughters n voice In the
gowning of their fair salvos.
No girl of good taste will commit tho
rrylng sin of wearing flashy things r.n
me street, as many of our Kngllsh cou
sins do, even though I hoy aro reputed ns
dreeslng soberly. It la only thoio of
vulgar tasto who novor have an oppor
tunity of wearing an ovonlng gown who
in weir anxiety to "show" spiurgo
these things on the street to tho Inflnlto
disgust of tholr more refined neighbors.
Tho honvy crinkled orepons In wool
aro much In voguo for street dresses,
nnd aro enriched by applications of fur.
A vory smart street or shopping gown
of dull lead green cropon, with silky
blnek throads running through, It
amnrtly combined with trimmings of
tan-eolorod leather. The skirt ot erepon
Is entirely plain. The short reefer-spat
has n flaring rlpplo back nnd unusually
wldo, melon-shaped alcoves, finished at
the wrist by a wldo, deep cuff ot smooth
Un leather. Thero Is n vory wide, deep
ly pointed collar or tho leatnor ana
sharply pointed rovers of leather, sot
ting out over tho collar, small lontsor
covered buttons ornnment tho front.
A Jaunty llttlo flot-shnped lint of dull
green felt Is mado smart by tho spiky
black wings set upright directly In
FARM i?ND GAIIDEN.
MATTtnO OP INTEREST
Ftintft t'ilti-lt Hint. Almut L'ultlr-
llim nt Hi Still nnd Ylld Thermit
llirlliiillf VltlsiiilUr ni vn.rl-lullur.
' ' ' ' '- ' '''''
1TIIIN TIIK LAST
throe or four
month a I have
mndo rovornl trip
amounting to six
thousand miles, ex
tending through the
mates ot Indiana.
nnd into nnd
through Ohio. Kentucky, Tennessee,
Alabama nnd Oeorgla.
In these several trips havo been n
close observor from tho oar window,
and though had been over most ot tho
routes traveled, It was no less Inter
esting to mo this time, (or tho diversity I
ot toll nnd climatic Influences nro per
ceptibly noticeable ns wo pass through
tho different sections ot country.
No whero do tho methods ot farm
ing present a bolter appoaranco ot
thrift and home-lluo surroundings
11 an In section where diversified
furmlng Is systomnilially ongsgel m
from year to yoar. by which the farmer
grows as many or iwurly nil the staple
crcps required to meot tho denmdJ
ot his own wnnt.i, and by converting
tho products thus grown to a lilglur
rate of values rptidyfor use, mioM as
beef, pork, mutton, poultry, eggt, but
ter, otc. Tho all corn, wheat, ootton
or whnt not cIhim ot farmers nro us
ually more dependent upon other and
the uncertainties of mnrkol jnltuenccs
that cause an unhappy .oriultlou lu
The props In localities appeared to bo
exceptionally good, but In many, short
to a very poor crop, and Iwlleve the corn
nop has been very much overestimat
ed by the reports. Cent Ij soiling too
low to be of any practical vnlua to tho
producer In districts where 10 conts
por bushel Is ns much as It now com
mands. Of n middle stntes farmer It has been
said, "plenty of oorn, plenty of every
thing," which I would tako to moan lu
has plenty of choip food to allow lib
eral (coding for the flili;ui ltTis of
stook, converting it Into many useful
nrtlolos necossnry for "getting on
In eomo sections ot tho West corn docs
not moan so much for tho situation or
tho producer has not tho ndvautagos ot
obtaining thnso rostilts, nnd Is com
pelled to submit to tho Inevltnblo by
taking whnt ever ho oan got after
freight and commission aro paid.
Mlollo, In Karmor's Uovlow,
districts whose Attention and cnorgles
were devoted to other occupations than
agricultural pursuits, but there wa
mflugh ot n surplus to export to the
value ot IW3.215.3U. 75 per cent going
to Huropesn countries. Tho ngrlcult
urnl exports ot tho corntry constituted
00.61 per cent ot the whole.
The secretary of agrlenlturo estimates
that there nro 40,000.000 ot the total
population who do not IH on farms, so
that ono-thlrd qt tho population only
was engaged In producing tho vast
amount Indlontod by the figures given.
Tho yoar covered by tho report, com
paratively speaking, was not n good one
for tho farmers. In many sections of
tho west thoro wns n total failure ot
erorls In consequence ot long-continued
drouths, no that n much better showing
would hnvo been mndo had tho yoar
boen an nverngo ono.
I'nrestry In I nil Is.
Oovornmcnt forestry seems to bo a
succom In India. The Inspeclor-gon-oral
of forostn for India Is now In this
country and he gives an Interesting
nocotint of tho management In that
country. Ho snya It has taken eighteen
years ot loglslntlon to got the Kind ot
laws needed, but thoy have succeeded.
Now tho permnncnoy of tho big
forests Is assured and the government
will get n hnndsomo Income from them.
The government Is gradually obtaining
possesion of all tho forest lands and
now has 80,000 square miles of wooded
ootintry tinder supervision. Tho gov
ernment at Intervals gives notice that
It Intends to tako a oertaln piece ot
forest land so many miles In alio, and
claimants hnvo six months in which to
appear and prove tholr claims. An In
dividual or town, probably, ban a do
serlptlvo right to tako building timber
from tho forest In question. That
right Is proved and settlod perma
nently, nnd thorenftor only sueh trees
as aro marked by tho Inspector oan
be cut. In Iltirmnh alono thero are
over 1.000 dlfferont kinds of forest
treos nnd tho study there Is to propa
gate tho vbitiablo spoelos and weed out
those thnt aro not. Ilural Life.
HKCBITION (lOWS OK C'XW AND VBLVBT.
tkil I". h1ii, the old silk flown ran !
maoV o appear new by nit oviflri'v
of tall, whb-h eMIfly ovf-r tin- kr.
and wjIi"! anil forms th !w- Wln-n
the tulle In not needed In the vklit It
may he druped oh the bodice end made
(MO prc'ty slreves of wide tuck, form
ing full overlapping each other. Arti
ficial dow.ra, satin ribbon and silver
spangled trimmings am very effective
1'it.lllllll Nil I.
Tho dead plant Is prepared for feed
Ing the growing plant through the nc
tlon of mlcrodemea or bacteria or, to
use n name that will become general
among fanners, ferments: low orders o
plant life similar to what raises urea
or rlpene cream. There ia much to learu
regarding the processes, but It has !een
fairly well settled that earh successive
step Is taken by a different living or
nanism. The practical value of this
romes from the necessary conditions to
have the dRd plant manure changed
to soluble plant food and this It under
m Warrlniton ammonia la made llrat
nil rites next, then nitrates. The plant
limy fwnl on all ot them, ns nil are
Mvlublc. but the organisms rrihy change
ammonia and nitrites to nitrates before
t!e plant feeds upon them, as condi
tions favorable to plant growth favor
nitrification, that Is, heat and moisture
suitable, together with tho Ingredients
necessary to form the nitrates, whleh
manure suphIIos. Light Is not favor
able to nitrification. So we conclude
that manure sproad on the surface In
drv weather mint wait until rnln
wash It Into tho toll. If It Is put on
lightly. In the spring, era as may cover
and shade it so thnt the organisms can
work. It manure Is plowed under in
our soil from four to six Inches the
moleture and heat will lie suitable (or
woNottnruL rnoanens op
T, A. Riorum, Jt, t) OfTtrt to htnA Free
Two Until of III lUmrity io Our
Cntuuiiipiloti, anil all t.ting TronbU.
OTlIINOcouUl be fairer
woman with n bad husband
tioino reoftnpeiiot tho sympathy
A Very telrlla ValritiUr.
Calendars ot nil kinds nnd Bites
herald tho, coming year. Many aro to
bo had for tho asking many without
asking but to them as tc other things
tho rule might be applied that what
costs bathing is worth about what It
costs. Tho calendar wo always wolcoino
has lust reached tis. We rotor to tho
nna Vi. I. II. I.a.I I.U M Tir t. Unn
ormoro phllnnthroplo Nowspspor Advertising Agents, Phlln
thnn tho ofTor of T. A. dolphin. This Isstio scorns If posslblo
Hlooutn, Mnnufnctur- oven better than Its predecessors. Hand
intr Chemist nf is. ora enough for tho library, nnd yet
inff uiemlst. 3cnroruIr ndnplC(i for ovory-day use, It
roflrl StrOOt, NOW U niiliiriillv n ornnl rnvnrltn. Tho flrm'B
Perfectly confldont that ho has an nb
soluto remedy for tho Curo of Consump
tion and all Pulmonary Affections (and to
Increase its usofulno, and mako Its
Sreat merits known), will unit tune bet
naturally a nreat
well-known motto. "Keeping Kverlast
Ingly At It Orlngs Buccoss," appears
this year In a new and very attractive
form. The dally prosenco ot this ln
spiring motto Is worth far mora than
the prlco of any calendar. Tho doto
figures aro so large nnd dear thnt they
ttufrt to any reader who lssufTcrlnp; reflj,ng Rlter on tno flBpg w, olio
front Throat, Cheat, nnd Lung Troubles possess Interest to tho progressive
or Consumption, Those who hnvo used this calendar In
Already this seiontlflo treatment, by Its oibcr yoara will not be surprised to
'.' .,. ,,,,,i -,,rj,,i ,i, learn that the demand for It la eon-
tlmoly use, has permanently cured thou- ,Unl,y ncrcntnR, once Introduced It
sands of eases. 'becomes a wslcome friend. Its prlco
Knowing his remedy ns ho docs, and (25 cents), Includes delivery, In perfect
being so proof-posltivo of its beneficent .condition, postage pnld. to ony address,
results, heconsldere Ithui rcllRlousduty. Hnnln up stoi-klngs Is out of fash
n duty which ho owes to humanity, to Ion till nuxt fbi'lstmns.
donate his infnlllblo specific remedy. I ",7 ", - .
1 ' . 1 Tlia Inn,, nil Iiiru'i fllnsar Tnn
Offered freely, is ouough to commend ih.ni,.ii,fl,4aumit.iirtriif.ioiinijiiD.iiin
it-nnd more so js tho porfect confidenco MW.tan"-i'ia"'rwrimJtwiu.M.
of the great chemist making the offer, j When n man 1b asloop, ho Is hap-
There will be no mlstako In sending let.
the mlstako will be in overlooking tho I uuiuiiiBwouiamien ban nissiar
.L . . .Ml -
wern li nui (ur ihinidi. iiirfioiiisraaiiij rs-
Tim writ bark, by reason of IU Itolru? 7. 3 ;.
" TrSbyLE h"ivT..d their day. and Sj, m 'SluS
the higher the hole of the Marie An- ' lhV" ', "LVX
. t..M.l.i ttrodur nltmtM unul turaMi over in
Laineiu uin wr vmi wnr liio dvlu km
en tlle gaws. the last belHC eifmial
ly so m wkite.
Heavy CrlNhlMl t'rim
Ttert la life and verve about ear
Aaserleaa tfrls alto.br undisp'iteil.
Itewhom els can b sen so murb iwiau
ty, 4ask and go s In our - '.a bHoved
cenntry. Oh of th roots and branca
s ot It all Is tha.r contiujaeiS
our staudlng amoug the well draHid.
Turquoise bpie la even more popular
thla year lb an it baa been, and blues ol
all shades are much worn In Hivn tar
which the snnnea are irequatitiy com-blncsl.
Silver chains are worn In place ot the
rlbbohs which formerly supported a
mutt. Perhaps the large siae ot the let-
tar this year baa something te do with
the keavtRB and stxe of what they
hang with. 4
A fashion note of slgnlflennoe is the
return In amart London and Parisian
circles to tho wear with evening drew
of long, leose-walitod blask auede
gloves. Thla fashion was always becom
ing to the hand and decidedly benenciai
to tho purse.
Tho eettt sleovoa, which are large
dows to the wnlst, have one grfttt ad-
vaotsgo. The hand may be sllpptM
through the euff and the wearer adjust
her Inner sleeve te her entire satisfac
tion and without wrenching the seams
ot both Ksrmeitts.
Meek Jewels are having a brilliant
reign oh buttons and belts, unfl on the
material at which gowns aro made. And
they are net eonnnod to extnivs gant
materials, being frequently used on
cloth caught In a mesh st gold or sliver
Not eoHtosit with the Material used aV
eo4r In the modern sleeve, willful ex
rv agent must have (urnlahod Inspl-
.itlon tor the faahlon of Uicklng
sleeves. Kither in groups or In a vast 1
extent tbeks are an Inch wide, doubtt
the als ct the already tremendous putt
the spring, because tho oxygen in the
air la a necessity lu the process. A
heap of manure lift In the barnyard
oil summer will waate on the outside,
because it geta too much ntr, while at
some distance from the oulaldo It will
havo proper conditions for nitrification,
and when rains come they will dissolve
the nitrates nnd wash the solution
away. Ho manure heaps carried over
should bo covered to avoid this, and
kept moist aril ceol te prevent tire
tanging or loss of ammonia In gaseous
shape. A loose heap ot manure will
thus waate uway, and In the fall n
load ot It It ot no more value, If as
mush, than a load ot green manure
We must then spread the grvn manure
at once on the Borises ' "law It un
der, or put It In condition to maki nl
tratee and then keep tne rains en.
It Is not praelteal to put manuro In
eold storage, nor to build houses ter
It. Tho best we oan do Is to put the
fresh manure on the land. There Is
no lose from sun drying, and wfeon
raflia some they will wash It Into the
soil, whore the ferments eon rsduec It
to plant food. Pref. James Wilson.
Tlllago and Fertility The fact that
the rocky particles ot the soli aro the
source ot phosphoric acid and nitrogen,
and that thoy aro dorU'ed by dissolving
ot tho rock, mnkos tlllngo a sourco ot
fertility, slnca It tends to tho mora
rnpld disintegration of theso rocky pnr
tlclos. It theso partlulos were an easily
dissolved as tho grains of sugar or
salt, our soli resource would soonor be
destroyed by excess ot molsturo or by
too frequent cultlvntlov . Ono of the
great sotircoa of depletion of salt In tho
too froquont cropping, which means
doublo or triple doplotlon. First, tho
crop, bo It hay, grain, wool, moat or
m k. tnkon from tho form, romoves
fortuity. Hncond. tho tlllago uniocKS
tho phosphorlo ncld and1 potash from
tho rock, and mnkea a larger portion
nvallablo for the plants. Third, tho
land left baro much of the yenr decllnos
In tho per oent of nltratoe. This last Is
a more Important source ot loss than Is
Fill Up the Holes. Has any reador
over tried Dr. Hrnden's plan for tm
proving muddy roads by covering the
low plsces Willi straw, coarse nay.
weeds or other sueh trash? We thought
the Idea worth trying In plaa where
marsh grass abounds, on the bordem of
sloughs. A large amount of su.h till
ing could be applied very eimlly nnd
cheaply thero, and It It l found to
do the work eallatnrtorlly, aa wo think
It will, It would be another i--- in
which nnture provides nu easy remedy
for the ailments she permits tu h f.iii
us. The plant whoso root cures sunk"
bite Is said to grow always In plaeei
where venomous serpents abound.
Where bad roads are apt to be In their
worst condition, In the low ground, the
reeds and the tough, coarse grasses do
most abound. Let us give this cheap
road material u trial before we laugh
at It as foolish to think seriously about.
Profit In Apples. Apples pay It the
producer can got SO cents n bushel for
Uiein on tho tree. The only hoH of
making the raising ot fruit pay Is to
ship It to ltttrape, where good apples
nre source. For thh purpose the ut
most care must be observed lu peeking.
The rest of the crop that cannot be con
sumed at home and made tuto older,
cider Jolly end vinegar can lie fed prof
itably to llvo atoek. Apple-fed pork Is
a delicacy. The people of the United
Slates, too, ought to eat more applesJ
than they do. Nothing is more con
ducive to health and long lite. This
year they will have a chance to Indulge
their apiietltles with the, choicest trult,
which Is abundant. Xx.
generous invitntlrn ; thoonly cxpeiuo to
tho sufferer being slight express charges
on dallvcry of the remedy.
Mail your nxpross nnd postofnee ad
dress to T, A. Slocum, M.C., 1S3 Pearl
street, New York, anil montlon reading
'ills nrtlolo In this paper. , J
Tho dog lu tho manger sontlment Is
li the only
couch medicine uted In my liouw. I). C.
kiUTed wllb illoatrtwrui. liu. at drUiglili.
A dudo's ulothort nro gonurnlly fault
lojig, but not so with lil vlinrnvtor.
llso's Cure for Contumplioa
xirh madid nc uted In nir ht
Albright, Mlfillnburx. Pa., IW II, 03.
Consolenoe warns us ns n friend bo
foil It punishes us ns a judge.
Vnlnrmlo (Inlit Mine.
It ynu nro Intorostod In gold mining
or wish tt) keep postod regarding tho
wonderful strldus being mudo lu Colo
rado. It will pay yon to send. Ilfty
cents for a your's subscription to Tho ; J
(iiilti .Minor, nu illustrated mommy pa
ior ptiblliihud ut Ueitpr.
Whan an old man tlyos lls lioanl
or halt, Iwwm-oi lie has an ldoa con
ceived lu douuptlon.
The Catholic Opinion.
Father Welmer, Rector of 8t. Joseph's
Church, Galveston, Writes
About Dr. Vcno.
Under date Io . I W. Psthur Welmer lata:
t bave benra Dr. Vno Itetur In this dir. ami
juu.mg 1101 ouur 1 ruin a Mili
tary Mil also I rum n niurnl
lnlpplnl, 1 pbii ronlen
tloiuly rtcaniinnntl lilm.
I'uihi-r J. M J HemU.
Itm turM Mary tatbwlml,
l-u, I in', rfuilv rvcommeml 1
I r V. mi 1 louuil lilm boiint .
1 1 f.iir iti'.iiiim lii wnatovvr I
'1 ,1,-41 1 hum hi' had with me
I li ! r f.iUIHl lllUI HlMTIll
ii' lii Llmmy In lh poor.
l"'tn in tri'tntii unit kuu !
t 1 k ni'ciiv tiiinUlp wlin
1 1 1 tmii' hi-nru iialbliu-
1. in v'mkI r'Hriot ttraiwiM
ti" uii'i'Ti'MiU 10 vurn.
Tlir uixiin I nut only the
npinin'i uf Ihii firlaaU 01 I bo
1 .itbolli ctiiiri'b, irtit at mln
M'l'l. w, Ml t,,-l,VIMHM,WM .
,i.i..irnlni Vi ami tilM 1
ni lit (mui'it rviiHMllefv Tko
ininmnliiiHry ira r
ruriiixil -r tlM' fanioui,
tiiJli'lnm hnvo cultsil furlli
llm uiliiilritilon una uuMitlelt- 1
ip ut lliU (iiunlrv. Th Vmih Urvut Ou. Hilar- I t
inien in piuril in. ,,ii,nvy ,, iit in,, iv tuin
Too srti solit b druniu lollo
VIIMI'H l'l ll.lll. mill I
The general belief among J
doctors is tnat consump
tion itself Is very rarely
inherited. But the belief
is becoming stronger that
the tendency to consump
tion is very generally
transmitted from parent
to child. If there has
been consumption in the
family, each member
should take sp:cial care
to prepare the system
against it. Live out doors;
keep the body well nour-
ished : and treat the first t
:: indication ot taillnjj health. ;
ot U)d-liver uu, wim ;
Hypophosphltcs, is a fat- f
producing tood and nerve-
tonic. Its use is followed
by improved nutrition,
richer blood, stronger
nerves and a more healthy
action of all the organs.
It strengthens the power
of the body to resist dis-
ease. If you have in-
herited a tendency to weak ,
lungs, shalce it off. ' ;
JUST AS GOOD IS NOT f .
SCOTT'S EMULSION. '
oiMl only Mleptifli' r
is the licit
It itnmininily curat
Rii ti viri.BiMi uioroutniy cur
cnuirb, eonnltpHiloii nnd liver trouble. 11
irangllMfB the iiorven. ulri the brnln, tu
vlorilM ilio tuiuwch ami iwrlllM Ilia blood,
totvlns no til ctlm in 1 til. uipdlln Iim (or
its boar tlio tsmnui Unudrlnitod vrutrr. tlin
greet swrm dostroysr and blovl iurlllir. aud
whan mod will
vitNiVii iii.r.tTitic I'l.triu trill euro th
worst tnd inMt tleH)rl ol rheunmllini.
ixiralyil. win Ilea, nmirnlala, and sll aitr.e nnd
nlM. Tlwy r ull at M wiU oli. 14 tor
IA Qt Ask your druMlit to set Venn's Curnvlro
hynip nu.1 Vno RloclrUi Fluid (or you, or
writ to the Veno Drue Co , I'ltubury. l'a.
'ilio devil U dignified or familiar Just.
is his IntrronU may niilr.
VjaJ)J i.Mi ut irtT.llnr.
1 Uajngrcnii. irlllug
Itutlaua! liUul !Hh Wnihf r,
lot niii.tiuil. darblt, luw f tin,
Wflltnd bpiit.llr mid., wilif.iv
a child nu optul. fry eu wiiriiiliil, en In
r.lllr rii.o. mU la ll lii. nmtb.u, .till an
merit. ryfmlty br, jrniwn liMiton. wiw
for M.acy. VVoiM Ml Co . it) 3I Columtui, Ohio.
llat'5u bib j r u pi VtO 9
d In limn. Sold by rtruml.1 gf .
Vnlun of rMrm I'ruduu.
The annual repert ef the secre
tary ef agriculture, whleh lias Ju.t been
Itsued, sUtea that the farm Products
far the year ending June W last are
estimated to be worth Mjsamo,.
000. The predueU of these farms
were net only sufficient tr. feed
alt the town and elty populations and
a Urtgs number ot peoplt in tt rural
Cuttlvsted or Uncultivated Trees.
The Nebraska sKricultural sta
tion has Issued a bulletin from
whleh the following practicable con
clusions are urswu. Trees In cultivat
ed ground have darker and more vig
orous foliage than these lu soil grouDe
with lees yellowing, dropping of
or wIIUnr In hut. windy days, ifpie
averaged fourteen per cent greater
weight on cul.lvsted than on eaaturo
land, and IT per cent greater fbiui on
mowed land. As to moisture, ff every
100 barrels of water In twenty Irxhes
depth' of soil or sod land, there trr 140
In eultlvated land. Hvatierato. as
Unyono might uuppose, was foiM pro
portlonate to the voloolty ot wlnU.
Apples In Missouri. Missouri
Is claiming to bo a formidable rival to
the best known apple growing states.
Apples are n surer growth In Missouri
than In either New York or Michigan
because ot the milder climate, It Is
aseerted. In the Ozark eeuntry the crop
has failed only three times In the past
twenty-five years. This year Missouri
alone will furnish from $11,000.00 to
$1S,000,MO worth. Orchards of hun
dreds of acres are no great novelty In
the nrollfle Oxark country. Ux-Seeretary
of Aurleulturo Norman J. Colman has
COOO pear trees and X.iwo apple trees,
tha latter bending under the heaviest
yield they Have ever borne Bx.
To MAttTI'.U In to UVISIIPUWItlt mid HUMULi:
ST. JACOBS OIL IVrSvr tep LAg 1
iCUre HunLuAN T nmui smsSmSf' I
Consisting of ono sheet of FAIIM WJILDINOB and ono sheet
or 70 Bubleota, D0MB8T10 ANIMALS, oU. Theso are to
please the children. The Form Uouse and Animals onrt
be out out and mado to stand, thus making a complete
Ulnlaturo Farm Yard.
3 Ways to Get This Farm :
c- J 0 Oonpomi or
kSGHu 1 Ooupon and 6 Oenta or
10 Gents without anj Coupon, to
OtACKWtLL'B DURHAM TOBACCO CO,, DURHAM. N.C.,
nnd the Farm will be sent you POSTPAID, You will nnd
one Coupon Instde eaoh a ounoe bog, and two Coupons
Ineldo eaoh 4 ounce bag of
BlacWl's GbduIdb Durham Tofiacco.
Tluy n bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and road the
coupon, wiucn gives a ni oi outer premium anu now io get incm.
2 OENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.