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Hsods pIUs cure liver : the non- n and
only caatc to take Hoo
ANTED.-AGE :tiemen fo Gen
~A4I Lfl~TLcae orGe
new HouseholdNecessitysenlson si Mt
-rlarge protits;evry lady wants it. Let
startyou in busIneSS-AddressA.NIELf.Cn n
i m1c1.4**** I Thompson's Eye Water
sore eyes. UsM
DON'T BE A FOOL
Try GOOSE GREASE LINIMENT be
fore you say it's no good. it's sold under
a GUARANTEE, aud with thousafnds of
merchants handling it wo have had but few
tottels returned. It will CURE Croup,
Coughs, Colds, Rheumatism and all
Aches and Pains.
'An Interesting Statemeet.
It Is an interesting statement that Is
made by Secretary Wilson of the ad
vanced work of the Department of
Agriculture in its investigation of
seeds adapted to the wide variations
of climate and soil in the United
States. These variations find their
counterparts In other regions of the
world, where particular products,
through long cultivation. have beer
brought to a high degree of develop
ment. Thus we are promised the de
licious muskmelon of Afghanistar
from Colorado, the Bermuda Eastel
lily from several Southern State!
where soil and rainfall are favorabli
to the bulb. the Smyrna fig from Cali
forn.a, the Algerian date from Arize
na. and the grass of the Russia,
stoppes from the arid plains of th
Northwest. This is a work of scier
Vlic and systematic Investigatio
wMhose discoveries, leading to practief
results. will prove to be very valuabl
TRIiY WANT -10 TEL
tuese Grateful Women Who Hav
Been Helped by Mrs. ?inkam.
-statements for the benefit of other w
men. Here are two such letters:
Mrs. LizzLa B3EVEBLY, 258 Mer
St., Lowell, Mass., writes:
-"It affords me great pleasure to ti
all suffering women of thebenefitlha
received from taking Lydia E. Pin
ham'sVegetableCompound. I canhar
what she has done for me. My troul:
-- was ulceration of the womb. I was u
der the doctor's care. Upon exami
tion he found fifteen very large ulce:
buh jsiled to domle good. I took si
__ eral bot tla .
m ieand I woul<
reco end it to all suffering women.
Mrs. Amzos T~oxBLE~Ar, Ellenburgi
Ctr., N. Y.. writes:
"I took cold at the t4ne my bab:
was born, causing me to have mill
legs, and was sick in bed for eighi
weeks. Doctors did me no good.J
surely thought I wo'uld die. I was al
so troubled with falling of the womb.
I could not eat, had faint spells as
often as ten times a day. One day a
lady came to see me and told me 6f the
benefit she had derived from taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine, aid ad
vised me to try it. I did so, and had~
.sk::zn only half a bottle before I was
able to sit in a.chair. After taking
~z- three bottles I could do my own work.
I am now in perfect health."
"CASCARETS do all claimed for theme
adare a truly wonderful medicine. I have often
wished for a medicIne pleasant to take and at last
have found it in Cascarets.. sinee taking them, my
blood has been purided and my compleion has im
proved wonderfully and I feel much better In every
way. ' Mas. SAlLuz E. sELLAES. L'attrell. Tenn.
___ - -1TRADE MARK REG1ITERED
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. aste Good. Do
* Good. Never sicken. Weaken, or Gripe.10c. 25c.50e.
..CUR E CONSTIPATION. .
3 Sterling Remedy Co mpany Chicago. Nontmes. N ew York. 319
NtTO-BDAftSl ainguaneed allodg
THE REASON WHY
For man or beast
Exce s--is that it Penetrates
to the seat of the Zrouble im
nediately and fithout irrita
- ~ m~cng rubbing- and k/ils the
Sold by Dealers genirally.
EalS-I. slan, Boston 41aa.
aquid glue, -
bubbles, sink from 31j
-L. A. IV. Bulletid.
Sound to Have Good Roads.
tf Ohio does not have good roads it
will not be because those who are at
the head of the Ohio Division,L. A.W.,
affairs are lacking in energetic meth
ods and never-say-die qualifications. t
They are determined to give the Back
eye State proper highways if such a c
thing is possible-and it is possible- I
all that is needed is that the wheel
men ot Ohio band together under the
mantle of the League of American
Wheelmen, who have declared war on
"bad roads." There will be no sign
ing of a peace protocol until every pub.
lic highway in Ohio is in a fit condi
tion to be used by all man and woman
kind, whether on foot, horseback ox
awheel.-Tiffin (Ohio) Advertiser.
Good Roads and Business.
\ The value of good roads is seen in
any of the trade reports, which state
th"' the delivery of produce was re
Ltaed by the bad condition of the
higha\s On this account many
farmer were unable to sell their good
when t prices were at their highest
ebb, and C\onsequently they lost money.
This condi'ion would not be were good
roads built ith the energy that char
acterizes the. undertaking of other
public improv ments, many of them
not half as imp. rtant in their nature.
It is impossible XD estimate the finan
cial loss to farmer. and business men
resulting from bad oads. The money
thus lost is expendeol. in improving the
public highways wou be a profitable
A Basis From Which ou
There is no better basis' upon whicb
to estimate the civilization, or, rather
the material advancement, t%'f a peo
ple than the prevalence of good road.
among them. They form th' local
arteries of trade, reaching out ro. oun
.ain heads from which the water 9 0
trade are gathered to form the gr ai
treams and oceans of commere.
I Good roads are good taxpayers, be
Iause they relieve the farmers and
tradesmen of the country of their
heaviest burden, for it is well known
that one of the most constant, most
= roublesome, most wearying of all the
taxes they pay is the transportation ol
their products to market over bad
toads. Prosperous communities,
therefore, are made by good roads,
na, in turn, good roads are an index
to the prosperity of the community.
- .-J. B. Killebrew, in Southern States
Business and Sentimen~ft.
- .oene,~ who has given the subject
e lose thought can doubt sthe moral and
sentimental value of goodreadE. The
successful maintenance of sch'ools and
~hurches and the spreading of 'hea
1 ood infigiences is directly dependent
e "upon the character of the nighways.
- The social life of the country is quick
d- sned or suppresse# as the roads be
r ome good or bad"' uth of the
le country 1eavesX -~
the road question a~so all. The
Sfollowing from the Bay City (Mich.}
Tribune tells the story--the old, old
"A farmer from Saginaw County
brought in a load of grain yesterday
o be ground. Although living much
nearer Saginaw than this city. he
stated that it was impossible for him
o draw a load of grain to Saginaw on
count of the condition of the roads.
e came into the city without any
-trouble on Bay County's stone roads,
ad he is positive that the failure of
Saginaw to get a sugar factory was
de to the poor condition of the roads
in that county. While in the city this
farmer made arr-angements to rent
twenty acres of land west of this city
for $6 per acre, and he will grow ten
acres of beets and ten acres of chicory.
He will rent his farm near Saginaw
for $2 an acre, there being a differ
ence of S4 per acre in the relative
values of the two farms on account of
rood roads and a market for products
in Bay County."
The same conditions are tot efound
in thousands of localities, and the peo
ple are beginning to ask if there is
ever to be any advancement along
the lines of road-making and road
keeping? _ _ _ _
'The Crusade in Brief.
What are you doing to improve the
How is the road in front of your
Horses should have good roads.
Motor vehicles must have.
We should never tire speaking a
good word for the broad tire.
An ounce of smooth road is worth a
pound of whipping the horse.
Maine has given the attempted
sod roads legislation a violent header.
Everything that tends to make
roads better helps the bicycle busi
Good roads and adequate means of
transportation and communication are
among .the essentials to full enjoy
met of country life.
Th bicycle has opened, closed and
settled the question of who owns the
roads-they belong to the people;
not the people who travel in some par
tiular fashion, but to everybody.
The bicycle has made the motor ,
vehicle possible-in t wo ways: it has ~
called attention, as nothing else evei ]
could, to what constitutes a good road ~
-and without a good road the moto:
oo~ld not succeed-and it has shown i
a ithe most univ-ersal fashion thie pot
_7 7 :z.2 4-Z
eman can . -
osing the i
Only Woman's Wa
She--Is my hat on straight?"
He-"Yes-" right Wait
She-"Then it isn't rig
ainute while I go apstairs and tip
)ver my lof t ear. "-FearSOU's Weekl. $
riensed to Obligc
"You will forget me, won yo"
ear'" she pleaded by way of soften
jug the harshness of her refusal.
"Sure thing-.' said e, eYou no
d do anything to plee
troit Fiee Press.
OuIan1t to Guess H. - -
"If you could .Ve jst one wish
ratif ould it be?"
Well, since I'm a married man, I
o t see why you should feel called
upo to fire that kind of a question at
me- '-Chicago News.
So N"I don't 'vant to go into any
o : tion that is overcrowded."
Fath er-"Well it's much better to
go into - some occupation that is over
crowdec than to waste your time
looking or one that isn't. "-Puck.
Deeper and Deeper.
She--, This is so unexpected. Mr.
Re- 1 know, Miss Cashman; you
may not ham expected to marry-nm
---er,-aw- ou may not have expected
to marry me' ; but if the devotion of a
life-time " -Puck.
% Worth -
What They Drina.
The Office oy (who is reading law)
quibble is an objection that
isn't worth an thin, isn't it, Mr.
The Lawyer-N "'Not at all, James!
I h ,ve known qui.7 bles that were worth
from ten dollars 1 ,' ck.
A Sure R
The mma-"W .A medy
As soon a w tr at shall we do?
A son we try __L1 1
tograph ta en he goet baby' a pho
The Pap.---."Carr ~Sto sleep
photographer dar 4- hin inio the
youug wretch ',ll th~ ~ room; then the
and will wake 'sp an. k it's midkight
BiLs. 1 howl. "LTit
"The man I
"must have no bad -
handsome, .manly, lo
li ral, -thoughtul
e s.Frieze," he interruped~A
y,"yo ~old marry a depart
sy, yre iladelpia North
- - ak
the Tcelpone- jEDug
'W'ho did yiz say?"
as -"el if you dunno who,
how do I know who?"-Scribner's labor<
The First Q nestion. Guar
Mrs. Bilkins (reading)-"Here is mn
an account, yohn, of a terrible hurri-. --Ez
cane in the Cayman Islands; people sea-boe
killed, and the country generally de- gac
Mr. Bilkins (thoughtfully) - "Let c.5
me see, do those belong to us?"-De- --It
troit Free Press. male p
An Illustrated Article. hi
- M. L.
- port. Pa
- ', ruggi
- has the
- ~ men.
Acamel's-hair brush.-Judge. a powd<
Asked Only a Fair Return. weti
Her Father--"And I s'pose you ex- Shoe St<
pect, if I consent to let you have my dress.
aughter, that I will set you up in
business and make you rich?" The I
Mr. Sappleigh-"No, I really says thi
aven't any suich extravagant expecta- hvi
ies as that. I'm willing to take her freigh
just for my board and clothes. "-Chi- time of
c-gf-... datcein t
Objected to Noise. 13 clcsc 1
"Who is that man around the cor. noeo
ner who complains that the baby
aked him when it cried for a few
minutes last night?" asked the little
"Don't you kro~o " her husband
responded. ,'He's been working in a
boiler factory.for'jhe last five years." TheI
-Washington Stai ~ issued
Obstriuctiona 1Cewn.ed. year the
"Well, Billy 'how is your insomi- ue
"It's all right.. g Tlhe doctor told me ofe 15.
take a brisk '.walk every night be. next yc
ore going to bedl.' mittanc
'Did it cure you?'- year as
"Yes; while I t'ake the brisk walk .oylc
ou see, my wife gets the baby t< record.
leep."-Detroit Free Press.
Croppin~t n Puppy.
Young Mooncalf-"Do you knowI
iss Wosy, that-aw -that I've been
~eflectig a gweat deal wecently and'
ye hawlf o i'ind--Tre-aw-hawlf a I
Miss Rosy---'Never mind repeating
Mr. Mooncalf; it's far above the
upular estimate, biut I'll coucedeyou
th n ak fin
-, 'nip .
~ ~- g a.-s, conae n
- , -Go and
rout charget. i
W yatd ou
-ots hi ch a' a o
V1 Soli dOak
~ r-air Fa. I
tqr for $3.95?
It isbut One of oer S
e, Beiaoue of Fu
ad Household Good.
nu t bve sae ou fromc
?p eep. on eve ything
y at retail when you
Of us? Which catjog
YOU wart? Address this
B 0~ altimOre, Md. Del
~ ~~PON is and will
~ >'nue to be the mc
~OP of the South.
Swho gets the most
m a given area at
ost, thd one who ma
t rost d oney. Good ct
vati , suitable rotation a
liberal of fertilizers c,
taining at le'ast / actual
will insure the largest yie
We will send Free, upon applicat
pamphlets that will interest every col
planter in the South.
GERPIAN KALI WORKS,
o. Nassau St.. New Yor
An Important Annonoceo'ent
It is an Interesting announcemeni
great commercial significance tha
corporation of this country, which
cludes bridge building among Its
tivities, has received a contract fr
the British government for the c
struction of a bridge in the Soud
That the engineering necessities
General Kitchener in the region wh
he has. after a long and expens
campaign, avenged the death of G
eral Gordon, should receive supp
from the iron and steel industry of t
country is an incidental bit of -
dence of the forceful competition
manufactured products which
United States has put forward in
markets of the world witl. Great B
ain. This occurrence is the more
markable since it Is In territory c
quered by British arms, with all
Egyptian forces, that this bridge
American design and material is to
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your ilfe Awa
To quit to vrb
netilc, full or llf9, nerve and vigor, take No
e wonder worker, that makes weak 2
g s~ts, soc or 31. Curefa:i
sample free. Addi
, Chicago or. New Yi
St few yfars Japan
ra cut , of the 1Bri
esumed under new management.
o Cure Constipation Foree.
Cascarets Candyv Cathartic. 10c c'r 25c.
.C. fail to cure. druggists refund moncy.
the manu'actories of Persia a day's
xtends from 5u. m. to 8 p. m.
Ilo-To-Bao for FIfty Cents.
anteed tobacco habit cure. makes weak
rong, blood pure. 50c. S1. All druggists
gland carries about 58 per cent. of the
~ne merchandise of the world.
ate Your Bowels Wita .aueareos.
y Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
It C. C. C. rail, druggisterefund money.
Is estimated that two-thirds of the
opulation cf the world use tobacco.
Winslow'sSoothing syrup for children
g,softens the gums, reducing inflama
lays pain.cures wind collc25c a bottle.
:ermanently cured. No fits orinervous
ter first day's use of Dr. Kline's Grea I
testorer. $2trial bottleandtreatise free
H. KLIYr., Ltd.. 931 Arch St . Phila.P
Thomp on & Co., Druggists. Coude
L., say Hall's Catarrh CUi-e is the ~
y sur-: cu-ie fc r catarrh they ev so
its selliit, 75c.
New~ York man advertises -that he
addresses of 20,000 red-hesided wo
Your Feet Ac~te and u ?
into your shoes Allen's/Foot-Ease
er for the feet. It makes Tight or
oes feel Easy. Cures' o'ns, Bun
swollen, Hot. CallourJ'Ahig n
g Feet. Sold by all ;Drhggit and
yres. 25c. Sample sert FREE. and
J~len S. Olimeted, LeB~tFy E Ad.
emphis. Teun. Scin 'ar of April 2.4th
it: the Seaboard ; r Line and the
e, Chattanooga & 'M. Louis railroad
into Memphis yeiterday two cars of.
Ivnich had mad'' an actual running
four and one.; aif days from New
['lis ia the f~test time made up to -I
his city by a rail and wator line and~
o the uimefmade by the nil rail fines,
vbich run it in less than four days.
,.HERE ALL ELSE FAILS, i
ign ttrr-5syru Tastes Good. Use men
1e. sold by denits
ndla~ financial statement just eal:
sho~.s that in the last fiscal
?rc i-as a deficit of nearly $19..
ow.Ipg to the decrease in taxes aq
>y tge plague and famine. For S pai
n'year. however, a surplus cu
)00,900 is estimated, and for form
ar hearly as much. The re.. mari
? to, be sent to England this ance
Inl in's contribution to the rega
>ff'e1s will be the highest on Ishou
-O CR , Or- moJ
t: . way, Afew. seconds lat
s standing on the exposed r
- .~etree hardly a yard from my
E lay motionless and examinec
beautiful creature minutely, till
denly I found myself staring al
smooth greenish-gray root of the n
-with no weasel in sight Judging:
Y own experience, I should say
this is the usual termination of
- . hance observation of either wet
Occasionally they,% be seer
dart into tile brushi or behind s
log or projecting planktut much ix
&; frequnly they vanish with a sud(
Shess that defies t v
In all probabiltreme repidity of
Sacomplished b.s the case then the
? .motion, butid' in doing something
Gen- * Lreature Slible to any other warm
nir . titterly imaal of its size. Mice,
to Do. blooded 1d some of the smaller birds
+y ;quirrelshem swift enough at times,
know * are all 0in the case of the humming
way' but exce of them succeed in accom
t.310% bird nothe result achieved by the
-. )lishin. E. Cram, in Appleton's
Weasel Scientific 3onthly.
ney Signaling for Practice.
Captain had not been long mar
The Twhen he was ordered into camp.
Co e l6ng-expected call had come at
.t. To be sure. the camp was in
the !in sight of the Captain's residence,
vhich was some mitigation of the
kes nardship, but then it was still a separ
Iti- ation; and to lighten this terrible con
dition it was arranged that the be
nC reaved husband and wife should sig
| nal to each'otber often with handker
317 chiefs. It was on the second day that
the young wife was seated on the
"Tell rIe, Jane,' she said, "is Arthur
"Yes, ma'am," answered the maid.
"Then keep waving your handker
chief. I want to finish this novel."
At the same moment In camp an of
on, ficer from an adjoining company
ton stepped up to the Captain.
"I sa.y, old man," he asked, "why do
you keep that man out there all day
. waving a handkerchief?"
"Oh, it's merely a bit of signal code
practice for him," he answered.-Cin
of cinnati Enquirer.
wonder it has fifty happy
ie bottle today o~
[which made Sarsaparlh
ALL DRUGGisTs SELt AYER's SARsAPARILI
An Exrr. Session of Congress.$3
ASHINGTON, D. C. Special.-There:
growing belief among prominent
Lbers of Congress that the Presi- Ig
will call Congress to meet in ex- UAR
~disary session this 'fall, probably Tut'j
r in October. The questions which your stat
come tefore the next Congress for GA. -AL
ement, including as they do every
r growing out of our possessions USE C
ired as a result of the war with.
n and the general legislation, in
ing that relating to currency re
tihe Nicaraguan Canal, merchant
ne, etc., are o' ca great import
that the President is inclined to
ed it as advisable thal Congress
ld meet earlier than the regular
on in December, in order to ge't
rork under way.
1ey refnnded hy vour mercho
.own iG Sr3
Co. on , tnTipress upon
all the im e nc p urchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the C&LIFoRnIA FIG rasu Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par- I
ties. The high standing of the C&Li
FORNIA Fra SyRUp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has I
given to millions' of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and A
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company -
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN FRANCIWO, CaL
LOUIBVILLE. K. NEW YORK. N.Y.
I theonly oficialbUl
*.% of the .1%ational
Lea ue and nost be
c ball warranted
ACCEPT NO S1BSTITUTES.
if a dealer does. not carry.% Spaldlin-'s athletic
goods in stock, send your name and-address to
nsatd cis, ton) for a copy of cr handsomely
A. C. SPALDING & BROS..
New York. Denver. Chiengo
of Miss Popu
lar Esteem and
AFA ye r's
Tfty years of.
hiapp in e ss
ed its fiftieth
annive rsa ry~
and is doing it
today with no i
\igns of decay
Its mission is liartfoi
to cre and Vedett~
to help. No
years back of it. Fold
A4. $1I.00 A BOTTLE. A5 cet
i nJ NIELEN, Cl
TO P.EDEEM OUR ment and fai
NTEE IJF POSITIONS. WIRE. e
n Paid ct a sex usiness. re Ste~ras
. WRITE QL7CK to
A. BUS. COLLEGENlacon,Ua. D R01
ERTAIN CORN CURE. F .B
it. so why not two it? Pien
e a,__ _
IV . --
g C- =
-. o .
* m --
C * C
Admiral Camara got in his inziing at
ast. and came out victorious. In S!)
uting the Raleigh at Gibraltar he fired
.n equal number of guns with the
Lmericans. and finally sailed off under -
lie Stars and Stripes.
Massachusetts has found its law
gainst spitting in street cars so ef
ective that it has just extended the
rohibition to other public rebicles
Theabove figures tell a remarkable
story; they represent almost exactly the
percentage of cures made by
she wonerfI n w ntitutinlcr
,or RHEUMATISM.The other~percenlt
wera not-curab:e, or failed to take medt -
cine according to directions Thousands
have been cured. Inyiewof theiacthat -
it mustbe true that RHEUMAIDKE1s --
TIE BUOBT RUOGO 0 t~
laCif Wrd eand .e..lln
'ds, . . . . * . 35
1, . . . . $25, 26
any Columbia dealer
rs, etc., or write to
closing 2-cent stamp.
EP INeJE o1
OW PRICES. Large stock. Also
LVES and. FITTINGS. EN
ILEBS,M3ILLS and REPAIES.
Iron oks & Supply Co,,.
l'RASURE Seekers: gsatsed.
SWe have sometning that will lnterest
I you- a new way of labeling fruit pro
he Housewife's best friend. Send us
or an agent's ontfit. Address, A.
ase of bad health that B-1-PA-N-S
or 10 sample and l60e ttmias
Vhen you write advertise.skladly
is paper It will obtain best treat. -
r sie. So
15, 90c. to'sl.35 per 100
.ircuar free As
o-u;1y' o .. Box 29 Wauseon, 0.
cuScYelief Ind cures wst
testimonistsand t O da '.' treatment
E. GaEES'S SONSs. Box D. Atla.nta. Ga.
Regulates the Bowels,
Makes Testhing Easy.
Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.