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Ire!ba*rin-z l'ulry 'ar M1:kqi.
iessedo iWls loud ali-s look
2.e atnd )lum~fp and shauld be pcked
i.u iice :cSu line:'. Pilumpuess ap
1.eals t' the zppeisie andt neatness in
soires con ideace, both b'eing pi(its
worth took iu. afte. to 6i!l ny a tirst
clatss -a~'e poultry tratde.
Tie growing practice o; ib.z:u
i.ie naie Iri-lucts o. adll nufa,.
nares ha. b.roght Gilt the fac that
bitter mi!k possesses many unsuspe.
S'u-alities. A medical paper strs
-i.s reputat.ioni aS a:n aent of superoi
'igestibjiity has bcae Lrmly ests'>
lisihed. It i, ia-lee-1, a 'rne ailk prjs
ione--that i<, in:k already partial~y
Cigcsted, tie ~cean&iaii of e
coaguflazted p~orioni bein 3ose :
flAy aud not of that farL:. 1udigesti.
tie nature whici is t: e resul cf the
reti'iu of the gastri jice uipon st
c ws' milk. It is of great vaine I:I
the treatment o. iyphci. feer, anI
trued to advaki'a .i: tue treataue't
f l'a'>itual coustia-ion. It is n1.1
I ess valuabl~e ii tidi.icy tr-o:vYe, irn'a
reA~~~btI fori thn tr-arofd at<
t-ther atone or aternatey v i~ith skie
uilk, au in cses of gastib ricer a-i 1
cancer- of the stana.:a it ca i o:ten be
Cbeieal auayis show:; tha'.~ i:: its
iiature it greay r-eenhe4 konuis.,
iitl the e:ption of w is the
mostgr~tefu. rfres~ugau.! dgsi
!e of the odu:s of $.i.k. --as teru
Tarn's as a Cian-L Vrst!.
So many f..rier-- so St.rnips e a
catch crop in corm au i potatoes that
they forget there is a::y bentter %V .
As a rule catch c:-ops do zot pay.
They always iu:erfete with the late;
cultivation of hoed c o:>s, Which is a
ways itnportant and so netiaes neces
bary if taere ij t dry tim. !ate ia sutm
me.:. Now that uost farmers cali
vat': hoed crps very shallow late' In
the summer. mere!y scratching the
surface to kill weeds while they are
smutl, there is less o.~ection to late
clltivatio: thau used to be the case.
lu the ell ut::YS. w F e- a p was
uised at the last Ceuitivation to uile the
. si up against the hills of corn or 1A).
tatoes, the iesait was alwas iumiary
and often ruin to the crop. In such
case, too, there was little chance for
turnips to grow, as the soil piled up
against tha hills turned the water in
t) the middle of the rows, or rathler
1he corn leaves themselves did so, as
thev bend over to tle inimil0 of the
rows by Tnly and often in0 Ja1e turn.
ing the slightest siower into i-L mid
die of the row, where uostot the torn
roots are. Under the hill the soil i
almost always dry until the corn isi
ent. The potato top does not lop
over so much, but it, too, throws a
good deal of the moisture that falls on
it into the space between the hills.-;
Sweet Clover For ltees,
This clover is one that yields a
large amount of noney. it begins to4
bloom in this latitude in the easJyL
part of July, usdally; som/seasons a
little earlier, others a little later. B
SHIFTING TETE TENT FRO0N
of this clover is pastured or
or b.iar, suen wi'l bloom the
'me, and continue in bloom
er hard frosts. I have seen
rking on this bloom in Oc
writes Y. A. Suell in Bee
.re, when all other honey-yield
ing plants were killed wiith one ex
ception, that being giant white-spiral
mignonette, which is sonmetimes,
gro'rn in flower gardens.
Sweet clorer stands drought well.
but gives a better yield of honey and
pasture with frequent show ers. The
honey is light in cob~r, but, to my;
taste, not of as fine a flavor as that
from white or alsike clovers or bass
wood. In the dry regions of the
West, sweet elover and alfalfa have
p)roved valuable plants for bees and
*~tock. The hay is largely fed to
stoc's. Here cattle pasture on ii
freely, and the hay has seemed to
give good eatisfaction, as stock soon
learn to like it.
This plant shoald- be grown in all
-waste places, and thus take the place
of the nonious weeds which grow
Efleets of Feed on Egs
nyone who. has observed eggs
lhss noticed that some eggs
what pouitrymen call greater
stency than others. That is, out
a dozeu eggs bought at a store half
$will have whites and yolks so thin
"that they will spread out thin and
Sideand be almost flat.
.This 'issthe effect of the feed given
the hens, prodnecing the eggs. Hens
that are fed on milk and grass and
allowed to pick up their living about
the- manure pile prodnee eggs with
hin yolks and whites, and these eggs
invariably insipid and tasteless,
when boiled or poached are not
npetizing. There is a flavor
eggs that is not altogether
a^ y'ease and often $t is
'sve to one who under
Sflavor comes froms
s and feed them~
ir eggs are fits
~ ave a figer
mVk, and the eomblinaiio, is onc that
makes good CggS. Heus fed ex
clusive'v on grain do not produce
eggs of the best tiator. but their eggs
sI indnitely better than those froui
ue::s~ that m.ia depend altogether oi
thernselves for their living.
The egality of egg depenIs aLio.
oa tle feed the heus e:U. an I
whlere t'is is understcod, cousise:lt
ego are 'al:ied ai beien- worl twie.
as 1m::eh a; thost e ahucuseu.
T:oe wire scereen4 eamonly usiedl iat
house& tt> 1:eep 0 it !u!e. ara now s,)
chleapilat u ihey ea u rJ~ita'.y u:e 1
i? 1stable 'wi' l.o.~ ft:- th3 samn par
p). Iu it must be reinembhered
toat t '.ie s tabe i s i t seli thL-e i:> t eca
a::1 breeliul pia: io. flies. i-i the
exere'nent froNm a:ialas in wlichte
flit. depusit their egg,. Unless e:are
i-4 t4e o gather up and remove t!e
ilrop)piugs be.oO- thlere i tlne fo:
egr<.. t.> Oalh te winl-io- Evreensi
vill serve rathcr to .shut the lies in1
than to keep tlie:n owi. Stables ihould
uerer ha built near ho.ises. beca-ise
they irej uothituv, eat -kee: ta'ms
fro1 beint orerrua with i Ne::i.
to t be stabi>e a- a breeding p'iee for
these. pert4 i-t the sikhole, wher
sOps U. a' E-n .s ar. th.rn t.> pa
0.1 thirouga lrajis udernat'r. Lt i
possible I ba: where ties-e Cau liti iuA
prevai, fles, ho:igh ann 1oying. qrJ
reall y beueficial. F.lies dottbtlesis de
stroy rn~ie:.i ti'ti. and t; ' lesse:i th.
tksa-ria whiC'l would prevail. 1! they
ha I ,lot been Createl. But. it is fa
bette- to placc atl decay A
stanees under grou'il. wher the earth
wii! absor'; hie- . ba1 odors, ihan t-.
eave them u.a the saritz to breed
rumn~r.uine an om,-uar..
Tine ou~y re.ne iy whieh is abioltte
v ch ire far a! k' id of scale is that
i:furiitio-i. Ta wx3 first pr
titee Li Califot ui.t in the citrs belt to
check the ravages of the cottouy easo
ii!r scale an.l the red sc.tle. Hydiro
eyani: acid g.14 provc.1 moust -ectiv-e
and is now used ai:nost, exclusival-.
C. W. Woolworth, in bulletia 12:
ao the California Experiment Station,
describes ia detail the process of f:t.
migating trees in an orchard. Briefly,
it c-nsists in covering the trees with
sone sort of tent, generating the gas
aud alowing it to remaia until the
scales have been destroyel.
The teut generally used is what i
nown as-a hoo) tent and ranges from
eight to fourteen feet in diamaeter.
rlhe hoop itself is of three-qu-rier
iac'i gas pipe, but half inch will do for
4maller sizes. The manipulation of
the tent varies according to its size.
[f the trees are small, it can be easily
thrown over a tree, put iu placa and
then taken off. If the trees are of con
siderable size some effort will be re.
uired. In the illastration the metbod
f changing from one tree to another
is shown. After the fumigation is
Cznpleted, the hoop is lifted until it
s in the position shown at h. T wc
en, holding the sides of the tent, l
arry it to the next tree and place it in
he position shown at c. Then, with- -a
ut pausing, and while the tent is fall i
f air, the apper end of the hoop is a
~orced over the tree and down the :1
her side to about d. The hoop can
te' If there is-aT
Spulling over the cloth, the third man t
the cloth awa frm Wfree
e -t r'tio:
ONE~ TRE TOANT~
une anas Aferte en s a-e
rithe ca bus. unte the enti cloh e,
omes saturated. If properly done,
he test remains strong and tight and
snot too stiff. The second1 method
s the use of sizing and paint. The
izing is applied in the same manner
s oil, and penetrates the fiber in the
same way. As soon as this coating is
ried, it is followed by a coating of
lexible paint, usually on bot~h sides of
he tent. The third method is to satu
ate the eloth with a decoction of
hopped leaves of common prickly
pear cactus. This is made by fillhng a
barrel two-thirds full of chopped stemd
and adding cold water until the barre:
is nearly full. Allow the stems to soab
for- twenty-four hours and then draut
or the solution, which is ready foi
use. Tents treated in this way art
liable to mold, but by adding to the
solution a little tannin this is pro
vented. Soak the tent in the solutiol
over night and then raise in the morn
ing and allow to dry. The cloth is
sarcely stiffened and seems to be very
satisfactory. Potassium cyanide, in
an earthen vessel, is introduced under
the end of the tent, sulphuric acid is
added, and the hydrocyanic gas is gen
erated. The amount of cyanide will
vary with the size of the tree. A tree
four feet high, three feet in diameter,
will require two ounces of dry cyanide,
one-third ounce acid and half ounce
water. If the tree is seven feet high
and four feet in diameter, use one
ounce -f cyanide, one-half ounce acid
and t wo onces of water, and so on in
proportion. Forty minutes are r
quired for the gas to do its work ef
fectively. The famigation is best done
at night. The gas is a deadly poison,
an d great care must be used when fu
m iigating.-American 'Agriculturist.
Worse Than the Dumdow.
The British Government it now
manufacturinlg a new bullet which is
even more deadly than the dumdum.
The new projectile has a soft metal
point, which expands with the friction
7: W:-nr from a Surc'i r*. :
'' ~r paigznnt ..'s
2nza .; p:;.c ::
n. r a jor.' Cre~
1and nc . :n.:ter.:.. 'i
hole isfroml f've *if F,^c-.e I::::.m.
tres 7:n sizaddm-~s. .n1
in(y~. in trrer. he a p,:--e cG
exit ix:g. .however. slighl:y :.-rger
- t: ite entranme. It seemns
hat :::e effc'. o! this w:pan on t::
or~-. h--::ow bnevta; exac:: SIml
.r - iat c. te eman nfaintry
ifie at tInrpe thousand :. six tho'.sand
cei-'ohe bre v.:s spin :'d i:n evry
Case. 4-,d in no s:ance did 2.(ep
:-!eremna.:: ithe bntht !.ra;-k of
-e bullet invariob:y forni~g a s:nlath
rhannzl. without shatuerirg bef!or the
bore. a:!v!hn :rydbiw1;
U th event Cf a bui:c s:riking the
: i: inva:a::v sh:::teredi the hizter.
A : i'e owe. t"-6 projeciz'e
:t th'rzy to six:. fet passed th:ough
tewo huanan trunk. and ony s:uck it,
the :hird. w.-n: !hro::h pine wo, six
een itehe thick. anI thre; dcn
!a:"s e:Wh tw~o m iimnete's thick.
Cri;i:: ef t!:e SIhoe Scrertt:o..
AI.'ei" Ar3ya:ul fairy a:rs :ire p:oh
bly re'spousible for h in;:-o:hr:. t ot
14 he v.ti :-b f su iritins oIf tw
hoe I they htd bee~n (-:irried mut (1n
11h1 col!Iliehle tll(' hflories as : vere
idhereti to closely in those innocet
::ws for childhood,1. thlere wvould ee
hil 1inhir coluiposition to een
:n:'e. f l the Ary:an sories t!at. v:iv
iwas dleilited our ch1iildren 14a r
Mirto. 1 prp.teroi> to b ihm:ght
:rur by any but the infrant nind. andi
! wo *ys Arry vitli themi a iiiral It lhar
11dgres abou!t th:-ta. protetling it
ro iniscocept ion of the intent of the
lI'aticutl:- ly relatinig to tlie shoe. we
ave in ihe Aran fittion such nievel
o( be forgot ten tales :us ithe iminiortal
'iiiderella .nd tile Iass Slipper and t
he Sevenl Lengued Boots. These two
er-m w hive takel lit strlongest hld
pon the child renl of ihe world. and
vere i the grown e.rson, Where eVen
he old mll::1 or woml: whose melne ory
oes loi cl'-ih these falciful talS
A Rulher Le.
An EIglish i-ventor has dfised a or
cry ingeulous atueil leg and foot l
tended for use inl cases of amiputa
onl below the kilee joint. It is
minly composedl. ccording to the EC
eiifie .A rienn. of a hollow rub. r(
e.r chamber. which is infiated in ex- 10
-ily the' samie w::y as is at hieycle _
ire. The skele'ton of the foot is of
ood, and4. conitainis within it :a ruh-1
er-f aced joinit, w~lhi pe'rmits et
oveml~ents like* those 1ti01 take place
the tankle. A pair of rubber pneu
latic pads surround the end( of theo
nplutated limbh, so that nio undue
'esure .is erert-.. on1 the' tiss:e.
e iint. Casearets, Candy(u
laylive an drving all im- j
atihe body. Begin to-day to
nish pimples,' boils, blotces blackheads,I
3d that sickly bilious complexion by taking
iscarets,-beauity for ten cents. All drug
ts, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c,0s
- -feed birds and aysters are a popular
'What's in a Name?'"
Everything, 'when you come to medi
res. cA sarsapaila by any other name
n never equal Hood-s, because of the
,eculiar combination, proportion and pro
'css by cwhich Hood's possesses merit
,ecaliar to itself, and by 'which it cures
.,hen alt other mecicnes fail. Cures
crofula, salt rheumn, dyspepsia, catarh
ematsm. that fired feeling, etc.
CURE YOUR HORSE
of Sptavin, Curb, Splint, Capped I
liock, Sore Tendons, Cuts, Kicks,
Also an invaluable remecdy for man.
Whein taken initer nally it cures
Camups an d ColIc. It is tihe best
Eery bottic is w.-.rratd. Scl by, dealers
aid druggisits generaliy. Faily size, :25c.
iJcorscsie, goc.id $2.oo.
P.spared by EARL S. SLOAN, Boster Mass.
*'Both mny wife and msyself have been
.sig CASCARETS and they are the beet
medicie we have ever bad in the house. Last
reek my wife was frantio with headache for
two days. she tried some of your CASCARETS,
and they relieved the pain in her head almost u
immediately. We both recommend Cascarete."* (
Pittsburg Srafe & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, Pa.a
TRADE MaRN REOIs'TERED
Pleasant. Patatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good. sever sicken. weaken. or Grise.10c. 2c.W00
..CURE CONSTIPATION, ...
Strimg Rmdy Companr. Chicago. Neutreai. lew Tork. 117
EiYD Sold and nranteed by alt drtig
*U-TU-BAU gitssto eIRE Tobacco Bahlt,
udgeC.2 of a flouisinglctlin
southernl California, although not a
oug man is a dev oted reader of the
Yo~th's Companion. It has been his
custom to have the paper sent to his of
lie whence, after reading it, he takes
u. Enme i hk, WNl One day bu31ne86
/ cTS GENTLY ON TH E
AD N EWELS
,r.EANSES5 THE 5SSTEm
~- IDS . 4
-' - 'TION
ABITUAL G ON
B- -4 Q0 -h3.
5VY TE GENGNE- MNF D E '
1r!cknakin:- in iusin.
idnearLya.R si.e e1:-.
-brck works erected ::i GiA L::
en izins have been i-uDr. v-Ith
1:ity of 3.000,000 bricks nu,
iterto all the filrhrieks i'set in
ral have been obtained fro:n Eg:.n.
A MontelaIr (N. J.) clergyman pub
:!y rave a boy a whipping iii churlh.
e Other day. fcr r-ittirg hL. init.;i
, the back of a per.
Polic Court. Triai and .udgment.
fudge A n1ui F. Calhour.. t.i te p; 'Ie --4w t.
lan t. (-t.. recem n:ty i -et a t seint.e I
ich impo-rtance to dy;eptil.3. Her it 1
1 am a gre-t su!Y'erer f.e. !"-rvu -h1
dacb3 aud ha' e :utud n-' r~:-'" .'
,e us Tyner's Dyspep-i:i R-me-y. 1: t aken
enthehe ia be tr aeghis it i ati:thly
res. A.-E. CA.ot.
'rice 5 cents pser hott:e. At all ltenggsl-5!
sent for price, expro's p:Lid. by Tyier laysI
Isla Ren.edy CO.. 45.Mitche R st..Atlaita, 6m
The American citizen r.'o is 7 1
me manner connlected with a Dewey
ception committee mIt. fe rathay
YOU KNOW WII
When~ You Take
because fl1g formula is p
showing what it coaE~f~Z
advertise their formula is becau~c
their medicine if they knew its
Every druggist in the United
TASTLESS CHILL TONIC <
NO PAY. Price4 50c.
Your druggi'st has sold GRO\
GROVE'S is apres::t
6TU11 a lo1SGURRNTf.ED
Over 5) Remington and tinuth P'remiecr type
writer. 354 students last yoar fromt 7 States.
Is year. send for catalogue. Addre'Ss. Dep't 20.
STRAYER'S BUSINESS COL'GE, Baltimore.Md.
WTENTION is facilitated if you mnentionI
this paper when writing;;ndverticers. So. 41!
a (Teethiag Pori
.Costs only250Ceits. Asi
MosEY B~cz..M -
EUMA TEM. PAINE IJ At K. LafRIPPE.
SOP and COL GS. arandmother ust'd It. 7h
t you? Ist's the gratest mdcin ut t. - d
3SE (EEA~ll'T~ :''e
Teacher-.' "Now Patsy', would it b~e
roper to say, 'You can't learn me
?atsy-Cause you ca n't."--Bostonl
A Crockery Jag.
"When Wigsby is in his cups he
as eyes like saucers." Yes, and bowl
egs."Cleviald Plain Dealer.
To o 0
F .. " -
,trtl R ht 71
Ad m. nard -
Y u .1 c e ;it s.:.npefrzA t
The m f.:: if i:ate che-:a t -ee rt; co.e
i:: F i n r a r .:i-'r.
yd~at ou- Dowrets C.t eC( .cr-'s.
Canay Catartie, cure constipatia:i L-:- 3r.
,... . C C. C C. fall, dru gists reu- ,
Den'. --.'-.. -p : _-::d s::e'.e Yo::,r I1JL 1%92-.
To7 q'.it '.ac a:;;!y nnd C-eebe n:.n
::e'.ic, fNll of 1,!e, nerve and! i;:Tor, t::e o-o
Dac *I d :- t I v- : M r
s.o. AllCirgts.cCL CC:i - -
teed UcC et ::nd se-.:ny free. ..
Ltrn e=ste CO., Chie::so cr NawrTo-A
The ii:an withl a miflion 4-a::'t ver_ 7:
DefesCanna": trp s(e
ei.! . f I r - : I-.. n
-T I - w .:t L is t. . ti-i .1 :
Y Co.. Tulclo, o.
en~ e tLt.rt't r.:' p Ccttandl treatac ?rAe
A::. , S,!-C -. 1
\ r Y oa I I l-- A. len's s-m -~ s '
r a d W.I'-r AH sI.
- n .-- I . C :- ,. I t -11.
ti : ' :- I - A 'i :- t.
- . m. it - Era-'
A!!rn i S i -m. Nre . N- -
tCr v.1 C*k 1, [.3:. .'..: 'Tett - C if - .: 'h
m n - : ' ::s t., ;I:: i: . :- m-. O: nIp p
en: t -it i : t m - I; 1 .-t .itr - se r I
y n: - . .a i . :- . . i.fI .\1 T kI.' it - Z S a
*k i: - - l:. e I. .\i rt! ti.:C:I- :l' ev trs i &t..x.~ or
-'+iv -i~h atuiral that 1..,versq shoukd ne
To cons.tiatinl torover.
Take t::t.:ets C:,:y Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. 2:l to cure. ,truggists refund money
Tlhe er:i-nC doesn't ceindder or:e mn' s
ml eOtanote:tn's C.nison.
No. :o-Eae rcr ilty Centz.
CG:arin.ie-d wzaccs hal;t cure, mal:es reak
Wne:L. b.cao:l pure. .rC..1. All druggis:3
A toper ne-ver obj,-Ies to a goo'1 punchi ini
Clres i!! Throit t ::a Lung
ainy printed on each bott
,a The reason the irmitators do r
they know the people would not b
States is authorized to sell GROVE
n a positive guarantee of NO CI
B'S for years. Just ask HIM about
iptioni that does cuire
P'iianos for $195.
Bluy direct from the
M. P. MULL.ER,
u1.erstCSown, - - Md.
[IS ProfCGharles P, Curd,4.M:.,
I N ; 4 , t y -: - a i h esit tin l y
attribute the- recovery and con
tinued good heaxlth ot our little
hoy to' E E1llNA. Uponti bhese
P~s) 1owders he seems tofatnad
your D1%ggISI for II. Ifma by druggsta
FFETT, M, D,, St, Louis, Mo,
L" Best' ugh Syrup. Tastes Good. Use tl
sirtce 1663 haa
Dr. Ricrd's rEssen~c8 of Ulfe eetithe Stnd
rd ie erfaiinia remiely for all c'a'es of nervous,
muenta, phveica! debijity. Cs v-calxty and pre
'.ature decav in both seves: positive, permCanetl
ur; full tr'eatmuent SS5, or $1 a bottle: stamtp fot
oircular. J. JACQV'ES, Agent,1;S Broadway, N. X
H -ere is a delicious drink with which
to cool the palate these warm days.
Take a quart of thoroughly strained
juice from stewed strawberries. When
ool pour into a stone pitcher and add
tis mixture: One cupful of crushec
eaches, half a cupful of lemon juic
a cupful of finely chopped pineapp1<
mat pulverized sugar to taste and
liberal supply of cracked ice. Sti:
n hocughly with the strawberr3
juice and fill the pitcher with vichy o
pin ice water. This is a new drin]
nd one that is y r refreshing.
mony rfuned1y your
ILoc-:setc:: tong~ue! it 'scoated,
your stosm-ch i.ibd, your iverou.tOF
order. Ayer's EiIs will cleza your
tongue, cure your dyspepl:a, n.:ke
ye liver right. Easy to takc, easy
t ope-a~a. 25c. A!! drug';ists.
Wanet your ..,rwe - a L,.atfr
4-ng~ or rfr i bie' 'f U pP
W'. n-.::In Ar a es t -ced e .'ra -'
he man:ket, n:.I fr ;nP :bl the; I rg
r-rop ie!-i n i~e Irs" f not- the Uni e
Wve h:i.! .'155 ,re-A in w!et thi' year. n
i... op~ :-ve alged -.9 1 u.h*.' hi er ar
;:.dred hm-if t;r wix-at vt' -on-at
.:, "oitL : .ce.l 1 :: *;-- o!~eiu ordi.n r.
'. i.v 5 1.15 1 er i - -on cars at Chab',ti
a k;. -l t - ti. us :Is and are new. u'
1bl-rge for izat. 1-erms: Cash %1tL orter
Per F'ID CLIVER, Pres-.
Charktte, - _- - 1d.
W. L. DOUCLAS
S3&$3.50 SHOES N O
':cr'h $4 to S5 corPparedwith
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
I ' ilEy f;ENINE Iare W. L.. irla'
a ame aid :wrlee attvpeii an battao.
Ta:;e no Flubsttute clUaimed
and s0.50 c.oes in the
-. wrid. Yur dealer ouldi keep
Uiteml -ti nor. We wit send yonu
- a pair of receipt of;price. Strtg
'nd leather. size ,nd w:dih. !lain Ur cap too.
cataloque G rree.
W. L 000GSLAS THOE CO.. Croc'don. Mass
ro: d nougrh fo- L'nce Sam
it 1 j. PAIS MEDI
TO SAVE THEIR TII
The Tin Tags taken fr
and R. J. R. Tobaccos
all of this list of desirable a
have your good CheWing tol
Every muan, woman and child car
th~ey woul..1like to have and can& hav
Write your name and address plal
t ioninug the number of the present yot
diterent kinds of tags mnentioneJ abo
1 atchi Box, quaint design, impcrt
edrona ---......... 4~
- 5 :-alt ano Pepper. one each, quad- .:
., ruple p1 .te on white metal... .
6a Raor hollow ground, ine English
~ uttr Knie, tri'ple'piate. btt
s-ua "'aheilE trniYe "iute, est qua. l
ti P amp Box, sterliug silver... ...00
- d 5 ieac Rwo ble". r.. .... .. .. 0
16utvolerKe. 3 - or b8elre ....1o0
teedrs goodc tiekelpe..............2O0
19 Alat m~t Cocke' nic k, sirane.... sco
toCvert Tb .uckons.450egoo
-e hisofr expibres No
LAdressall yAseou Tags andth
R. 1 J ~h'e w e. RELD uOACCn
Id nhi t m Whyk nicewrted...50
I y wr I-r Iva 1:-or Iri.e
and !stm ., r-, : l.:ug . (a r < de n-.
N1w i6. t m . :' i UV n Rio 1uI er or
see hrne. \\e r:-eli ih t .
Wf. H CISSBES 61 CO.,
V, I. c
F .0 H1
- '-C*::. Torins
---- M V. A 'd- s
- * M n. MLONE,
The :r.ith brmai?- Et:ian ElImtinjr.
32d .Yo.-tEm -mthii" rt Forty
. I.ll pi. t:wO.f i in S . :h Carolina;
101L fER A" i) ENGINES;
/u*C3tiC co:1 Coriss,
My L nd E-ayvv Log iDea'n Saw Mills
(:nr.nor b eg .;a in s- cign. Emlei.ncy or
r:ct by anv leiler v r ar!fetarer in the
Wite r Pr- aid Catalogues.
. C. BADHAM & CO.,
13:6 MThin St..
CLU -, - - S. C.
Are you suaterir with
Are you suffrin wit)
KIDNEY or BLADDER TR?UB.E?
re ycu subject to COLIC. FLATU
LENCY or PAINS in the
Do you suffer fr.m RET EN TION or
SUPPRESS7ON of URINE?
o you feel LANGUOR. and DEBIL
ITATED in the morning ?
AU GUSTA. GA,
I~EIS CA1.TE OF 1fLJE
A uarantee~d Cuare for(C~ararrh,C011
aptioun - H ayever. All druggists, '
.0 W. ii. SMITIl8:GO.. Bil!~2- .'. .
fe'iwl.h Thompson's Eye Water.
ROP PSY (U.- i-hl-f--d c-re----ra
.g. BoA 44 teujmun ah and 10 days- to eatment
te Pr. N. . GREN'S sore. Box B. AtliEt- Ga.
TAGS FOR YOU.
will pay for any one or
d useful things, and you
2nd something on this lit ha
le ad send the:::ge to- .m'
anLt Any ne---n=- 4) * .
e will be .. -ed.
ISix lo~ ers' Teaiupoo:', be" qua. :50
E nives cad For..', sis each, ur~ek
lo$n . . . --eniu -h o --
e, Barorne er.
ITool Set not playthings but ieal
7'ith. s li i~ive , t - . e eft..
SSewing 3 iachi e. nrst ch.s Is i h
all attachx eni. .... . --.CC
31Srot Gun, dcuble-birreI, Lummier
3 iccle, standard imake, Ldics or
gents.. ............. ------20
34After Dinner Ceifee S;;ocn, clid
silver. gold tost 1.. ...... - 0. r
Z5Briar Wood Pipe.............. - 40
ember 30th, 1900.
correspondence about theni to
0 CO.. WVINSTCN, N. C.