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Keep Up Appearance*.
Many farms are estimated below
' * their true value because of sloven I;#
appearance. WVeds lilgber than the
fences, trees blown tlown and left to
rot in the same place, fences out of
repair, gutes and barn dooi oft the
hinges or swinging on one binge, unsightly
litter in door yard and at tlie
^^Jrnrn?these and many such evidences
K^^f carelessness depreciate the value
uuj mi ui. i uu sou niuy oe excoilent,
the water fiicllltios all that could
be asked for and all natural advantages
requisite to make a good, highpriced
farm may exist, and yet that
" farm scarcely makes its owner a livln?
Tli? font of Production.
rThe cost for fooil in producing one
\ pound of poultry meat does not exceed
five cents. This has been demonstrated
by actual experiments made,
and the profits depend upon the prices
obtained, ltut there are expenses othor
tllnil fnr fnrwl Ciir.il no ?1
for hatching, tho losses of checks, the
use of the hens during sitting ami
v brooding, and the care and labor bestowed.
If the chicks go Into the
market before the lirst of June they
may bring a price anywhere from
twenty to forty cents per pound, according
to quality, the profits depending
not so much on the caving of food,
but in avoiding losses of chicks, after
ihey are hatched. \ _
Corn is the greatest of all fattening
feeds for live stock, but. as is well
known, it will make a badly balanced
ration, being deficient in protein, and
consequently not suited as a sole ration
for growing animals.
It has long boon known that different
samples of corn vary very much
J? chemical composition, the softer
niul more starchy having a lower protein
content than the flinty varieties,
as it is the germ ami horny appearing
portions and bran that contain the
protein. Scientific plant breeders have
been busy for several years with attempts
to develop breeds of corn that
will come nearer yielding a well balanced
feed. As It is we must balance
the corn ration with some food bavins
a much hicher lirr?Ji?!n onutaut
containing loss of carbohydrates anil
fat. These efforts have measurably
succeeded, l>\it not perfectly. The experiment
stations are working on tiiis
problem with every prospect of ultimatc
The best single grain for fattening
heep is corn.
When the corn Is ripe the sheep
should bo yanlod and given clover hay,
and a light footling of corn at tirst.
One-half pound per head can be fed
for a Ktart and increased gradually
until four to live pounds of grain are
consumed a day.
Toor sheep may bp able to oat only
win; I'uiiini ijjii'ii tiny.
The fat ones should bo selected for
remarket, anTJU'io remaining oiips fed
until they aro in proper condition for
Any unprofitable members of tin*
flock should lie fed and fitted and ho
Bent to market with the lambs.
If there are ticks 011 the flock tlie
sheep sliould he dipped before Kob>K
in the fattening pons or yards.
Lot the flock jrlean the cornfields.
Hejiin feeding rally so t 1 ?* flock do
not run down on poor pasture. k
If the pasture 18 noor the sheen call 1
bo kept ill good flesh Ity feeding :i lit
Wheat or oats fed in a trough, one
to two bushels for one hundred head,
I should keep the tlock in good shape.
An nere of rnp? i 11 feed tifteon
lambs ahout two months.
Corn, oats ami oil meal i? a good
mixture feed with siirli fo.xis as rape,
rqots, ensilage ami turnips.
Never h ave tin* sli?M*p oni i!i tin- cold
it is much safer to yard them every
uiglll. Till 111 .MMU IIHl,
Kvery farm on^rlit to love a place
for keeping the scraps of wood nix!
Iron that accumulate. Somewhere
there should lie a bit; hex into which
the stray holts, burrs, broken hits of
machinery and other Iron may ho kept.
Nobody knows how many times a
year such a box 1# visited unless lie
lias tried it.
Then we ought tn put awav everv
IIIco piece of pi no. or on I:, or other
lwru wood wo come :wr??s??, especially
If II In- straight urninoil niut likelj
to come in play some dnv fur :i handle,
or whittled'n*. or some nu ll ihinir. If ,
there Is no si'cli pli?oo, we :ii " liU ly
to do n wont dent of ruuniiiK nhout
before wo llml what wo need when
the pinch conies.
Have a limihor nile wlior-. nil the liiiv
of boiinls, plunk nntt thnhi'rs nuij ho
ptorrd. How niilcli bftUr Mils i- tiia;.
to have litis linnlior mail end all
nrouml ilio Imlldinu's.
IfniiK up Hh? liariw.-Si ? n?cei1 on tlie
farm when not fm 11j#? Imiws. Some
men throw llioin down whorever ilicj
happen lo lie when they take I hem off.
IIhuk up III" other things that onylit
to lie hinnr nn n bout ilin Pin.
I>nrn Ik the farmer's Kitr-ln-n. silting
room nn<1 parlor. ^'<?n p?n toll h.v flic
wn.v It looks how k<>o<1 a housekeeper
i>o not lot tho bottles of medicine
for tho hor?os nnd cows >tnnd around
on tho girts nnd boxes In Hip barn.
Have n little onnhonrd for them him)
keep them there. Every Interest demauds
this. Almost all such medicine*
contain poisons, ami we can not
be too on refill how we handle them.
You Will H# ttlHil.
If you study your business just as a
school boy works away at Ids hooks.
About all the mistakes we make
come from not really knowing our
business as we should.
If you do not try to do to morrow's
work today. Few backs are niftde
*tro>w enough to t)cnr such n double
burden very long.
If you nro faithful In tbe Ninall thing*
about your farm work. A match will
et a houfte afire. Many a good axle
been ground out by grit in (be
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ut-iirings, ho, too, little things of tho
right kind help to bring about success.
If you try to find out what your farm
is best adapted to and then stick right
to that crop.
If you can figure It out what you
are most suited to do on the farm.
One man is a dgood dairyman; another
wins with sheep; another with
grain; still another with fruit. Blessed
is that man who can do some of all
these tilings and do them well. Ho
can not help being a happy man.
If you keep your bills paid. Tho
evil one was tho inventor of running
accounts at the store and elsewhere.
He knows just when every bill is due
and says "Put it oft till to-morrow."
Don't let him fool you. Pay when the
note is due.
If you consult your wife often about
the farm work and other business.
The point where many men begin to
go down is right where thev jret tho
notion Into their heads that they can
go it alone. They can not and keep
it up very long. Set that down as a
fact.?Fanner Vincent, In Farm Journal.
Crop* For tlio Orchard.
When the orchard Is young and the
soil is rich it will generally pay to
grow either corn or vegetables for the
years during which the trees are
reaching the stage of fruit bearing.
Corn is one of the best crops to grow,
for the reason that much of its substance
is made up of starch, which is
taken from the air. Then it requires
cultivation and is generally manured,
especially when it is grown in a small
way. It does not form a mat to keep
tin* moisture from the roots of the ,
trees. It tins tlie additional good <
quality of being largely grown, ami,
no matter how large the orchard, tlio
corn crop can always bo used to advantage.
Then tbe stalks of the corn
plant are serviceable for binding ,
around the trees for protection I
against rodents and sunscald. In the
case of growing corn the rows should
not be run too close to the trees, as
it is undesirable to draw the fertility
from immediately around tbe trees,
and it is also undesirable to cultivate
close. In this day of low beading
or fruit trees it will be diflleult
to drive very close to the trees without
injuring the low drooping
Potatoes and tomatoes are two
classes of vegetables that may be
grown in tbe orchard to advantage,
as both require to be clean culti
vateu, ami usually receive good applicatlons
of manure in some form.
Imminently t lie growing of these
crops pays all the expenses of
keeping np the orchard, and when the
latter comes into hearing it starts in
without being a debtor to the man
that owns it. Nothing, however,
should he done or grown that will in
any way injure the future usefulness
of the orchard. National Fruit Grower.
l'^ivniliiK l>y Inoculation.
A portion of inoculating material as
it is mailed to the farmer by the t.'ovcrnment
consist of ihivo riiiYomnt
packages. Vacl.aue So. contains the
cotton wltli its millions of (tried germs.
Packages I and It are tfie media or
food by means of which the farmer
can multiply the germs. Th ? department
incloses explicit instructions
how to use the bacteria, as follows:
(Method patented in onbr to gunrantee
the privilege of use by the public.
Letters Patent No. Too,510 granted
March 22. 1iK)4.>
Put one gallon of clean water (preferably
rain watert In a clean tub or
Imckct and add \o I of lln> inclosed
package of salts (containing granulated
sugar )><?;sissiii111 phosphate and
magnesium sulphate*. Stir occasionally
until all is dissolved.
Carefully open package \o. '1 (containing
bacterial and drop tlie inclosed
cotton into the solution. Cover the tub
with a pap r to protect from <!u>t, and
set aside in the warm place for twenty-four
hours. Do not heat the solution
or you will kill the bacteria?it
should never bo warmer than blood
After ,twenty-four hours add Hi'-contents
of package No. (containing ammonium
phosphatei. Within twenty
hours more the solution will have a
t'louiij appearand-, nnc ii ready lor
To inoculate seed:
Till; just enough of tii<- solution to
thoroughly moisten the seed. Stir thoroughly
s<i that all tlic seeds arc
toudird l?y the solution. Spread out
llie seeds in a shady plain' until th<\v
arc perfectly dry, ami plant at the
usual time just as you would untreated
seed. The dry cultures sent from
the laboratory will keep for severail
months, |>o not prcpr.re tlie liquid
culture more than two or three days
previous to the time when tlic seeds
in* tn hi* fron f Mil ii< tl>i? vitliif'wiii
made up must usually I?< used at tho
end of forty-ei^ht lioura.
To inoculate soil:
Take enough dry earth so tliat tlio
solution \% ill merely moist,-n ii. Mix
| thoroughly, so that all tho partleles ot
soil arc moistened. Thoroughly iuIx
litis earth with four or live times as
mueli. say half a wagon load. Spread
this inoculated soil thinly and evenl>
over the Held exactly as If spreading
fortlliZ'T. This sliouhl he done jte-t
before plowing, or else the inoeulutod
I soil should he harrowed in immediate
| Hither of tho above methods may be
i used, as may lie most convenient,
i Kuougli germs are sent in eneli little
package to Inoculate seeds for from
one to four acre*. The package can he
carried in your pockct, and yet does
more work than sevcraI carl loads of
for I Ulster. It costs the tjovcrnmcnt less
j than four cents a cake, or loss than a
! cent an acre, and saves the farmer
i thirty or forty dollars, which he would
J have to spend for an equal amount
'of fertilizer. Different cultures arc,
! sent for different crops. The results
i have been surprising.?From tiilhert
it. (Jrosvcnor'a 'inoculating tH<
<:round." In the Century.
The Berlin notice have arrested ret
j.orant kcrp^rB for fraud for tiavtn?
Mimmy rowah-lams in their orcbfetrat
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In??? ? ! ? II? IIBMIIK ?
WIT and HUMOR
of THE DAY
'Twns in a dream he'll ne'er forget
He'd made ien thousand dollars* net:
.Ami lie awoke to swear a bit
And find lie bad ten thousand?nit.
Belle?"JMil you have to help him out
When ho proposedV"
May?"No; papa did."?Town Topics.
She (sentimentally) "How would*
you like to live way up in the clouds?"
He?"(Hi, I wouldn't mind if they
came from the right sort of tobacco."~
Detroit Free IVess.
Mrs. 1'riin "Mrs. Dashlcigh, does
your (humbler have a chaperon':"
Mrs. Dnshlcigh "What say? Oh, ;
yes: she has a chap of her own."?
Geneva?"Yes, I married my idol. but
lie tnrm il out to be only < ommoii flay.''
r.loiM'-"! could have (old you Ion#
belore you married liiin that In.* was a
brick."?Chicago Dallj News.
"Does your wife insist on having the
Inst word':" I
"No," answered Mr Meekton; "when
Henrietta yets s,strict lliei'e isn't any
last word."?Washington Kvening Star.
Truth Come* Out.
.lack Dashing (sarcastically)- "Of I
course you have never been kissed be- I
"Holly Swift ' Never. Heretofore 1
have tli i ili" kissing myself." Chicago
? Oil MO.
rouitii? 1 wo-iti 11 inai mail tiieeil i
is as stupid as li" looks."
| .Jones?''"rndouhteiUy. 1 told him I
had a very painful corn and he didn't
even recommend a sure cure tor it."?
A 1'riiMn) in Nro'l.
.Taggles -"Does he regret the time lie
spent ;is si waiter while working liis
way through college;''
WnsigJes?"I should sa.v not! Since
; he graduated it's the only thing tluit
has brought hint to a living."- Judge.
Mfitio.l In It.
"This paper says riint Champion .1 t-ffries
offers to meet any throe living i
men in the ring at one time."
"i oii.iiici lie vi>.w.ili..w 1.,..
j ciutse he expects to make ones'
j of 'cm."?Cleveland I'liiin Healer.
"(Jo- whizz: Illis steak is toujth,'';
lOluphtiiM'ii tin* eranky hoarder.
"Yes."' replied the optimist beside
. him, "hut fnrtnnalely. ottr portions lire
j very suinli. and <<> it iMi't so had as it
might ho."--I'hiiadelphia L'ui.'ic I.ed* j
Ovfrht'nr.1 in t U?> Studio*
"What a pretty ?irl!" complimented,
1 tlio photographer. "Why, you arc
sweet enough to cat."
i "Thanks," responded the maiden,
! with :i dee;) h'.u-h: "and is that the rea|
so:i yoij arc gtdux to put me on a
! plate."-Chicago News.
T nut t !?< Vjime,
"Always sec that your campaiKn pre*
dictions." counseled the old politicians,
"rest on a soiid hasis of fact."
"Hut." said tin* younu snellhinder.
"wouldn't that r?-<ult in my making no
campaign invdicllon* at sillV"
'I 1: liiili." ? ('liirago Tiil?uin\
I l? to Halo.
UU A i
"My cliiUKii.i:. .vuii sliould study a
mo.li rii liinu'iiaKt'-"
"1 11 111. i"v?> llcfll studying llto
hiiikiwigc of love siiH-i- i wjis lifM-eit.''
W lint l>i<l Ho Mown ?
Hi- "I believe eonua tulation- ale iu
order, I'ray. aeeept mine."
She "What for?"
lie "1 lifiird you wore engaged." '
She "You're late, I've been imuriej
for I\v<i num.lis to Mr. Holler.
lie "(ill. I he^r pardon. How stupid!
I'm ><i sorry." I 'hiladelphia I'ublif
No l.on^fv u C'urloplt.v.
lSoswnrth "Of course it is a good
thln^ to have inone.v : hut isn't it rather
disagree.)hie t?> bo the observed of all
Multimillionaire "Oh, thai is all a
mistake. There are so many baseball j
players. prize lighters and a-'tors about |
that nobody ever notice* mo." Ho-'ton |
Mrs. Ilig'mioro "Your ancestors
raine over in the May How rr. did they
Mrs. I'. Tovkey "That is k'ehoo! what
I have always understood, hut if
there was a ship named - k'elioo the
August How or I think they must have
< <11110 in that. instead. K'oliee!
lvYhoo!" Chicago Tribune.
Ilf Mlrurk II !
I Mni11K'" "ii' noon i am trying .
to tinil a lady whose married name I '
hove foiydtcn. hut I know she lives in
thlH ncljjthhorhooil. She is n woman
easily described. and perhaps you
know hi'i* a >inj,'ularly beautiful crea* i
lure, with pink and white complexion, !
seashcll ejus, lovely eves, ami hair '
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MICII iix U KlHKIfNM IIII'JIII cm V,
Servonl "Hpiilly, Mr. 1 don't know- )
Yoioo (from hea<1 of Kinlr?- ?"June,
*?11 the K'.'iitU'luttn I'll h<> down in a
uiimte."- London Tld Hits.
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club woman of Savannah, Ga.,
4 a 11C? llATi/ IPUA Mrnn rvM 4 I??l? ? J
ivuo iivmi 9ii& uaa cum cijr turcu
of ovarian troubles by the use
of LydiaE. Pinkhatn's Vegetable
Drah Mud. Pinkitam :?1 heartily
recommend Ijydia. K. Pink ham's
Vegetable Compound as a Uterine |
Touic and Regulator. I suffered for i
four years with irregularities and j
Uterine troubles. No one but those
who have experienced this dreadful
agony can form any idea of the physical
and mental misery those endure |
who are thus afflicted. Your "Vepfetable
Compound cured me within
three months. 1 was fully restored to
health and strength, and now my ]
noriodK nro rorrttlnr onrl nninloco
What a blessing it ib to be able to \
obtain such a remedy when so many
doctors fail to help you. I>ydia i'l. |
Plnkhtim's Vegetable Com pound (
is bettor than any doctor or medicine
I ever had. Very truly yours, Mins '
Eaht w h itt a k kit, tf()4 30 th St., \v. . 1
Savannah. Ga."?$6000 forfeit If original of '
above letter proving gcnulntrut* carnot he produced. 1
The testimonials which wo
are constantly publishing from '
grateful women prove hoyond ?v
doubt the power of Lydia IS.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound i
to conquer female diseases.
WORIiD'S PAIll ST. IiOUIS.
IjonlHvllle Anil NnnliTiMe Railroad.
If you are goliiR to the World's Fatr you
want the best route. The I. A N In th? i
hortcst, qui client and bent line. Three
train* flatly. Through I'ullman Sleeping
Car* and Dining Curs. Low Hate Tloket#
old daily. Get rates from your local agent
and ask for tlokete via 1,. A N. Htopotbb
Allowed at MAMMOTH GAVE.
All kinds of Information furnished on ap- !
plication to J. G. HOLLENBEOK.
Dint. Pa?s. Agnnt, Atlanta, Ga.
WORKING OVER TIME.
No Fault of Railroad When Its Em >
ployes Go Out on Run Fatigued.
The Railway and ICnginoering He- '
view has the following lo say anent
the working of railroad employes
It has been a very common custom
to abuse railroads for working men
overtime, ami it has been equally
common to ascribe many of the ;
wrecks to that cause. The strange i
jirtii in fiui-ii ;i cuucfic is i in? asacruwi
that the practice proceeds from greed
on tho port of lh?> roads, the writers
apparently being ignorant of the faet ,
that the m< n art' paid hy the hour ?nu
that it costs no more to pay two men
ten hours each titan one man working
twenty hours. A court in Ponsyivania
has lately taken a sensible view
of the ease. It appears that a freight
train hud orders to remain upon a
KKiciracK uiuM lour trains had passed
and thai, while waitin.tr, the entire
crew went to sloop. HoinR awakened
l?y the passing of the third train, they .
assumed that it was the fourth tram1
and consequently pulled out and in'o '
the last train, which had not yet arriv-j
ed. Two persons were killed anil .s?-v<'r
al injured, and on the trial of the ei.Kinei
r. whose case lirsf came up, the i
plea was made that when a railroad
emplojcc falls asleep from physical i
weakness. from illness, or from wan- 1
ness from long hours or steady em-|
ploy men t ami an accident occurs, the j
employee should |>e acquitted. The j
court overruled this plea, holding that 1
no man had a right to work on a railroad
unless in fine physical condition.!
and if he fell asleep. no matter from
what eauso, he should discontinue1
work, even though lit- should lose his
position. rather than jeopardize the
lives of passengers: and as a result
the engineer was convicted.
This is a sensible as well as just
ruling. A man himself is the he i !
judge of his own fitness for sueh
work so far as the matter of sleep is
concerned; in fact, he is the only on" t
who can know of his condition in that
regard. The absurdity of the charge
< < ' 111 111 < ?11 M IllilCC il^ilillM lilt' I tl I I I (>it <? ->
on this account lies in tin- fact thM
trainmen have the absolute choice of
going on or staying off duly, and It
not infrequently happens ihai trainare
tied up en route because men pre
fer to go to sleep rather than work
long hours over-time. If there is any
"greed" connected with the matter I
is wholly on the pari of the men
themselves, who naturally waul I ?
make law wages, and as a result fro- ,
quently do ko out in an unfit condition
and thereby endanger not only the:r
own lives, but the lives of others and
the property of the company as well
It is full time that the responsibility
in such cases should be fixed where it
belongs, and the Pennsylvania coui;
has made a move in the right din-*
SI IK K N 10\V.
Tramp it is nooclesa to ask tho
(ynpstlon, madam You know wbm r
I adv- Yes I know what you want
badly, but I've only one bar- of foap
In tho house and the servant i? using
It Come again some other time ?
To cure, or mi
Effect of Drugs Upon the ft yen : lj""
Certain poisons possess the prop- I
"rty <"f acting iu a decided manner I
>11 the eye. Atropine eularges the L
jupil and for thiB purpose has he- j
some indispensable in ophthalmol- j
)gy. Santonine causes cue to see I
Disturbances of vision have furthermore
been observed as secondiry
effects of certain me.r.cines; for
nstance, after the use of quinine,
odoforin and naphthaline, which, in
i case of intestinal catarrh, caused
i cataract. The worm disease in the
listrict of the Ruhr in Germany has
'urnished an opportunity for the observation
that the popular fern-root,
nttch employed as a remedy, may
Sive rise to serious ocular injury.
The use of this remedy in the case
jf two miners led to incurable blindness.
In the trades there are also poisons
which act "especially upon the eye.
yery dangerous, above all, it lead,
which produces inflammation and
itrophy of the optic nerve. "Workmen
in mustard fact. Ties," says a
German medical journal, "oft"n suf
fcr from inflammation of the cornea,
n consequence of the action of the
mustard vapors upon the eye." Latterly,
serious visual disturbances
have been produced by chl>ric oxide
find chloric dioxide, poisonous vapors |
senerated by the use of magnesium
Hash-light powd< i-s for photographic J
purposes,?Jeweller's Circular. _
Making Artificial Rubles.
Few problems have bad greater in- j |
lerest for the chemist than the arti- (
Dcial preparation of diamonds and |
other precious stones, though their ;
efforts have not been marked with j
conspicuous success, despite the in- |
vention of the electric furnace and I i
other means of producing high temperature.
A recent process is the I
making of artificial rubies, and lias '
been discovered by a German chemist
named Verneuil. It consists of fusing
n mixture of cla\ and chromium oxide
with the heat of an oxyhydrogen burner
and then allowing the mass to cool b
suddenly, thus producing crystals.
The two materials are placed in alternate
horizontal layers, and the heat,
which is JTs intense as possible, is applied
from above. The quick cooling
caused by suddenly shutting off the
blast produces the hardness charac
terlBtie of the ruby, and the resulting
crystal, which is pure and brilliant, is
said to possess all the physical prop
*.. ( no . t,T. nnt.irol nnni knlnn'?nl
ci i ico UI Mil H?u?.a. *??* ?. ??t8 1 *?v I
readily and taking a fine polish.?Harper's
FITS permanent Iveure i. No fit? oninrv.-timIK-HS
sifter first day s use uf I>r. K line's <lro?*t
Nerveltwtorer,*'itrial bottleand treatise truo
I)r. It. M. Ki.ink.Ltd., 'JMl Arch St., I'liiln.. Pa.
I! Iieutna t i.stti can lie thoroughly eradic-atcd
ti> a plentiful diet of ripe fruit.
1'ifio'n Cureeanuot ho too highly spoken of
sr. a though euri*. .1. \V. o'Hrikx, 322 Third
Avenue. .v. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan.?. PJOO.
Mrxuo has little trouble in finding soldiei>.
Thej ,?re reevuited from prison*.
Knropcan inspectors tal-.e snapshots
of inert engaged on public work. The
p)i?ito>. in hhiii' c/isos, arc more eloquent
thnn shij report could be. One
-bowed a trronp of thirty men on a I
road-paving job. Two of the thirty ,
were a I work.
l>riifn?*K? chiiiioi vie t'umt
by t ( m*ii t applications as t hey can not rcivh t lie
diseased port K'H ot t ho car. I lien* if only one
vsft> t'j cure ileafiie.s.-, anil that is l?y coiudi- 1
tutinnal remedies. hcafnns.'- is caused by an t
intlii'in'cl condition of the mucous lining of
tin- Kuftaehian'1'ubc. Whentliis tube is itillnmed
you have a ruinliliiiKHound or iinper I
feet hearing, and when it is entirely cloned )
1 )cnfnes- is t lie rosnlt, and u nless t he inlhttriillation
eati taken out itml thi- tube re
storml to it>- normal condition. hcurinK will
li<< r<?> I fort'vor. N?n?* ea?cs nut of t??n
arccmiHctl liy at?irrlilwlii<>|i is not hifi^loit an
uiflttiiiod condition of ilic inni'inis surfaces. I
We will One Hundred Dollars for any
case of I H<af ni'tf (caused by aturrh 't hnt cantiot
i?e cured I?y Hull's ('atarrh Cure. Send for
circulars fp-c. I'. J. <'iip.n ? v .V Cn..Tolcdo. (>.
Soli! Iiv I7/> .
Take Hall's Family I'ills for constipation.
Thr new Mck:i|iIi(iiii-,
I lie liny of lli<* lira^s nu'.uaplioiw is
ovi-r. 'I'Ii<- latest lliinir in a moiriitdiom'
111?>111 hpiccc is one built like ;i l>i;4
111*.>i'11!11vr t,'!(iry. and colored sieeonlllijjly. !
red, white or lilur. Tlioy are \ cry
showy and deiiiers expect a 1 ?ik ^;iI? 1
P ^ '.'^1 < i '< > i i eo
|.;i in Till- Will :
I icy aecreliniis .
were verv irregular. ilark colored ami
full of sediment. The Pills doarod I
nil up and I lmvo not hud .'in ache ill '
III.* 11)1* K MIICC lit Kill).' [Ill' lasj IIOSC
My health neiifrally is improved a
Fofcter MHburn ?'< .. Huffalo, N. \
1'or sale l?\ all dealers, price .ri() cents j
liberal publicity is given to the fa< .
fhat George (Jould'n chef has riurn"<i
from a (our. while on?*s haw be en back
from Lynchburg f\ir a wc-k and nothing
has bpeni t?nbl about it. \Va?hir>g
t on F*o# t
j ORIOHTOM'S s?l /?/?
lah tfbuiavAH ACr/cffrort v
flhortbftnd IHpt., 0. Crlnhtom. Bookkeeping
! ri?fl., D. K. fhnm???r, OtUlsjM fr??.
; R C Crlrhtoa, Prop., Kl??r Bldi.. AtUnit. 0%.
onev refunded by your m?
UISCJjI; SAM?"/i Remedy That II
Such Ktulofneinet't t Should
He h\ Every Home."
< rvrry*: UTTI SIW?\-~
Election Returns Tha
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
A VALUED FRIEND
"A good many years ago 1 bought a
FISH llRANl) Slicker, and it hai provrn
a valued friend for many a ttormy day, but
now it |^|^ting old and 1 inu?t Imvc
another, ^rl'leaik- lend me a price-list." \
(The r*me of this worthy doctor, obliged 1
to c out la all tor*? of * eaiher, will
be given on application.)
A. J. TOWER CO.
H >*ton, U.S. A
COMPANY, limited '
Toronto, Canada *7jf| BRAJ^
V/et Weather Clothinp Suits, and Hats for
U kinds of wet work or aport
1"? I-I'TI' II If Turin < !? ?r\<t hv.lr,, el? . lire I
I i \%it)i??ut op?Tiitit n or ?l??timiIimi fmiti
helit.r tb oum. \ih i? f livf. Write Th?* C*nt??r
iiittiiit I iiiprt >??! TrusnCo., IPS J A \ e N .V . fit y
N oMor?B11 n d H o r s es' o' ,M?d%?ep?* M
?or? Kje?. I<?rrj Co., lowt I lljr, l?~. h?v? a ?ure I'Url
tf^l RIFLE (Si, PIS
" It's the shots th
lv'n X> Rifle and Pistol Ca
IjjfUi they shoot accurate);
ft trating blow. This is
fr-mr -J if you insist on havinj
r 1 '! =1 ALL DEALERS SELL W
W. L, pOU<
?W. L. Douplam ntahou and
p???~ mhoom than any other ma
Thf rcanon \V. \, I ?<?nurlaa $a.(4> ^<-it;irc Onlit
Klylt'. us? (ittllitr aihi ^ .\rink' gu:
* made In my f?i?*tnry him! Oiuhc of oili?*r n :?
-t iJid why \V. I.. I ><?tik'l ir* pho*"- i < t inori
! ?! Jf *> , anil >? re of trri at(*r I lit ri >i? 1<* >:?!?.? than tt
tub'* for ll?#* \'-ar <-ii<llnt? *1111 > 1. 1<?M. w?*r?
W. I. hmivliis KiiiiritntiM'K tlioir \: In** hv
take no subPtituto. Nohl I?y Mine tioalrrs i vitn ^
SUPERIOR IN FIT,
"/ Knrf irnt u If". / . b $'i V> j
A.tti* ftn*tit,n. / find thr fnp*-ti'or i?
P'.Cd t' I / '. .V .1 (n't />,n
W. I?. 1>oiikIh? iim'H Corona ChIIkMii in
Ik* tin* filU'm I'utffit Iciillirr iiiikIc. I ;i
W. L. I
OUARANTKED CURB for alt bowel troi
Mood, wind on thr atomarh, hloafci bowel
paint after eating, liver trouble, aallow akli
regularly you ar?5 rich. Conatlpatlon kills l
atarta chronic ailrr.enta and long years of ?>
CASCARETS today, for you will never get
right Take r r advice, atart with Caaca
money refunded. The genuine tablet ntai
booklet free. Addreaa Sterling Remedy Co
nil imai?i aaratrrar wwmmi?pmiii n
1'Chant, so why not try
t Interest 'All Parties.
A ft ft
mry & uompany
> ( < < !:sMiHs i i?
AVERY & AleV.II.LAN,
51.fU) ?ou(li I 'orsyi Ii St., \ilunta, (.ft.
? A I I. KIN US Ol MACHINERY
A/ / \ Sawww04T
Reliable Frick Engines. Doilers, all
Sizes. Wlic;.t Separators,
j ' ^ ! "''V,V
; IJLCT lUDDOVCD Ci\V Mil I av I illlM
i iiuji iini iw t i.if nui.L. wn i.hiv i if?
Large Engir.es and Boilers supplied
; promptly. Shingle Mills. Corn Mills,
I Circular Saws.Saw Teeth.Patent Dogs.
Steam Governors. Full line Engines &
! Mill Supplies. Send for free Catalogue.
Kcmnvr* all swelling in
days; effects a pcrmnneut cure .
in ,\o to i o <l.ivs. Trial tren ment
pivt'ii flee N' t liiiiKC.i n J1.- fairer
Wr-ic Dr. H H. Crec'* Sons,
? U nuaiii*. * **
HTPANST NHUT.KR *ro thotw^My#Kpnia
iM.dumr <-v.?r A iiua(Iih!
IllPiioilBOf OjOH) I.AVOlK^n .
A\\ iii a Kiiiejc y.fii. ? ongtip ?fion. h< ;i? t- 1^
r^* >r Vr/ i??-rn. hTi ?; b?' la*hc, lx. 1 ^
'&'jv^y I?r? n1 li.soio th;o.t a ul orei** lllr.f ?
mt?* u ii v.-'l or nu . <i |?v I< paiiv 1h/viil?*n.
On? w?!i w-iitTM >y v*v6 rrlif C
frtthtntwpftt iniinif? ?. 1 lu- fl\ ? :.*??<?' kft\'oi? enough
fnnut ordiu&rj cm cattion. Ail dnitf|?j3U eoll tl?:n.
Ul'RfcS WMtRh ALL LI St FAILS. Jjjj
jgj Hcwi <"ouk)> Syruu. Tunics (ImnI. U?c p*l
at hit that count. " Winchester 3
Iliiugca ill till CrlllOCIS nil, T.IKII IS, ij
y and strike a good, hard, penethe
kind of cartridges you v/iil get,
5 the time-tried Winchester make.
INCHK"STER MARK OK CARTRIDGES.
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t<> t h ; r
inv it , .iiim
i|*''* l/?ol; for it
COIvBfRT AMD W?Afl.
>}i >a/i t IjfBWi'? ttcflf y.-m f tv)> til- - i t*
fit. r '!?/ t^tihil irmt / ' ?,.< * / '!
I ' - r.rti. h,t. Arret.m. / ?? /? I
I?i?* S:).f}(> kIhh'h, < ??ron;\ < n't in conci tied to
?t Color lyflrtM 11*- < ?'\< liihivtrly.
DO tlC. I AS, Broc. titan, Mm?nnohuBi.tt&.
\ CANDY Jf
b, foul mouth. heedftche. indigeatlon, pimple*, I
i and diftinesM. Wli?n your lx>welo don't move I
mora people than ull ot.irr dir.r??po tofjether. It I
ifferlng. No matter whav aila you ntart taking fl
well and Rtav welt until you get your bowela I
reta today under ubaolnte guarantee to cure or I
nped C C C. Never .told In kxiik. Sample unrt I
mpany, Chicago or New York. 5?i J|
IT? Price' 50o;