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King Titer of Servia li-n't yet for
warded b's sympathetic telegram to
liie revolutionists, t
Perhaps Mrs. Chadwiek is among
the other debtors who would bo will
ing to sign a protocol.
There la more pleasure In Riving
than la receiving. This applies to
medicine, kicks and advice.:
One hundred nd thirty-five- million
People to-day apeak the English lau
guage some of them correctly.
The demand for automobiles largely
exceeds the supply. A good many peo
ple must have quit eating' tueat ' -
Now that Anna Held has, cleared
3C0.000 on a financial deal she can af
ford to take dally, baths In cream.
The N Yorker who said that
every married coitple'a life Is dull
should stuC-7 the case. of the Phlppses.
The Kaiser does not object to the
drinking of toasts In water by offi
cers of the army if the officers do not
. t - '
A polar bear has frozen In Chica
go. This will suprlse the people who
3ave always thought the Windy City
was hot town.
A Iloston poet makes Ellzq, rhyme
with "advertiser." It roust require a
food deal of lashing to" get the muse
to perform In Boston.
The idea of extracting gold from
alt water Is by no means new. Gold
lo small -luantitlea has been found''
frequently in salted mines.
The Chicago woman who froze her
flose while riding In a cable car was
thankful that It wasn't her chin, now
that she wants to tell about It.
An expert says that boys who like
to kiss the pretty girls are feeble
minded... Can you picture wha. the
ugliness of that expert must be?
Canon Lyttleton of England' says'
man caunot eat meat. -and lead a
pure life. The canon should under
stand that biliousness Is not Incur
able. It Js alleged that Id Pittsburg there
re more than thirty millionaires who
have not purchased tornjections with
the nobility. Boys must run In their
A uV..t.nen soldier In Warsaw killed
two children, but a Russian corre
spondent defends him, explaining that
the children were very small and hard
Those London scientists who pro
pore to secure an unf.mlted supply of
gold from s?a water' are likely to suc
ceed In their plan' unless they wake
op too soon, .
The gentleman who proposes to dv
namite hi way to the north poie
nlght gel some valuable preliminary,
practlc by Mowing a ho)e through the
IlockV mountains. .
The Pennsylvania man who hns
been arrested for stealing a railroad
1s paying the penalty for his failure
to first Incorporate himself under tho
laws of New Jersey. '
Mrs. Chadwick filed no list of rrtd
Itors. She eviovnlly thinks the men
who yielded gold for hopes of gain
had their hopes, and that was all there
was coming to them.
John Burroughs starts the question,
"Do animals think?" Harry LebPsays
he has a parrot that thl&s; but Urn
sagacious fowl knows better than to
say what It thinks of Its owner. , .
The establishment of tlie Columbia
university department of , Journalism
has been postponed for an Indefinite
time. However, the public will be kept
Informed as to what Id going on In the
Poetic Senator Pettus! j'Don't you
remember the box of flowers In front
of the cabin door when you were a
boy?" he queried. "Don't you remem
bre tho violets growlng?"i You can
almost sing It. ' '
The bankruptcy courts thej othef
flay relieved man of debt ammhb
In to 14,000.000. The ccurta proba
bly took the broad gijound that a
financial genius of that kind ought
not to be hampered.
In announcing that It his dlsoov-.
red school children or from six to
eight years old that smoke, Philadel
phia gives evidences of resorting to
desperate methods to get sway from
that reputation of dilatorraess,
r who 'has
The Chicago man ' tho has been
fined for swearing ororyhe telephone
probably won't quit The ubo of pro
fanity all tt once, trat helwlll be like
ly to hang up the receiver after this
before be starts In to express his feel-
""v 1 ,
One of the courts has decided thst
n American girl who marries a for
eigner Irlth tltlo doesn'tMisve to
pay his debts. Hereafter tailors, b,ar
brs and. boarding honfie keeper w,ho
trust the noblemen of Europe will
do so at their own risk.
hew i:mm eievs swim
Proposed Leper Colony.
- It las remained fur Stnitor Crane
of M2:':'.;ichu(.'its to find a niisb'.on for
New Mexico. , The f-iKTt upor in a Kicat
man a utat his found that there Is need
w;ti.sn be V"''-!1 -;'au s ur a ltp.r
colony and that l:t foun' uBiuloiud
military rtstrvutiou of New Mexico, or
In some cf our several forest reserves,
will be tho Ideal place to locate It. He
jas dUtnulncd that New Mexico Is.
not good mour.h lor a membership in
vbe unVuvbut that Is a most cemven
itnt local ion as a dumping ground for
the foul and diseased of tne states. He
is a'flrni advocate of New Mexico's li
do, "the back yard of the nation." V
.This Is the fate for which New Mex
ico bus been rt served all these, years..
We are .to made Into a leper colony.
Not content with using this territory
for many ytars as a dumping ground
for political lepers, these enligntened
statesmen have concluded to unload'
thiir physical lepers upon us. ,-
Delegate Bernard 6. Rodey Is tele
graphing to the newspapers 'of New
Mexico for help In fighting a bill which
has been Introduced In Congress es
tablishing this colony of lepers. He
needs help and he should have It from
every citizen of New Mexico. Consider
for minute what It would mean to
luls territory to harbor a leper colony.
You people, who live near some one
of our numerous forest reserves, or our
abandoned military reservations, think
how pleasant it will be to hear the rat
tie of the bell and see the glint of the
white sheet, wandering near, your
' It would be pleasant neighborhood
where" this leper colony might be es
Thtre are a few leners In the United
'Slates, but there are enough when coft-
ccntrntod In a national colony to for
ever ruin New Mexico as a health re
sort for disease less foul. With such
a colony this territory would at ..once
become known throughout the nation
as the pluce where lepers are sent.
This would stand out before all else.
Delegate Rodey says that this bill
has actually passed the Senate.. AM
the people of New Mexico do what
they can to stop Its 'passage In the
New Mexico has' almost reached the
limit of endurance. This would be tle
hnal blow. Albuquerque Jqtunal.
Found No Poygamlst?.e
The following letter appears In.. a,
recent Issue of the Grand Rapids, Mich
igan, Herald: . .
"Editor the Grand Rapids Herald
The existence of polygamy In New
Mexico Is urged as a reason why that
territory should not be admitted as a
state.- The writer 'spent the winter
of 1900-1901 In New Mexico, traversing
its entire length and breadth, visiting
several of its towns, and never heard
Mormonisin or polygamy mentioned
as one of Its Institutions. I met sev
eral of the professors in, the territo
rial university at Albuquerque and of
that most excellent Institution, the Ag-r
rlcultural College at Us Cruces, us
well, as leading men of different call
ings. If polygamy has a strong posi
tion there it must have been secured
very recently. - , . ,
"This new territory contains, ninny;
U'lgnt, capable men, both In its busi
ness and professional circles. Its val
leys, when tho irrigation scheme be
ing perfected Is carried out, will uiit
doubtedly support a million people, in
fact, it has been estimated the valley
of the Rio Grande alone will support,
when Its waters are properly cared for
In goierptnent rejservolrif, more than
oneltiulf a million people. I disclaim
tho discovery of the work of Irrigation
now being carried on. 'by. the govern
ment, but lily a letter1 to the Herald
from Iab Cruces in 1901, referred to
the, groat swamp land grant In 1X51 by
tho general government to many states
to be used in the reclamation of wet
and overflowed lands as a precedent
for using the proceeds of public lands
of these- territories, to create resc.r-,
volrs and carry out a system of irri
gation under governmental control.
The swamp lnnd net In principle was
Identical to the action Congress 'has
authorized and Is carrying out.
"The territory is far better fitted for
statehood than several other states
we're when they were admitted to the
.l;rrton. ' Not only this, tho Republican
party years ago pledged itself to the
admlKslon of. New Mexico. Patty
pledges should at Itast have, boiuc
weight. If New Mexico should bo ad
mitted as a state, new impetus wouldba
given to Its growth, and many hardy
settlers from the eastern, middle and
southern states, locating In its thrifty
cities and fertile valleys, would im
prove lis citizenship, which even now
Is far superior to that seen by the eyes
of many who have not beenwithin a
thousand miles vt Its borders.
' Revolutionary Society.
At a meeting held at tho home of
Mrs .1. H. Worth in Albuquerque the
ITW W'allace chapter, Daughters Amer
ican Revolution, was organized, and
the following officers elected:
. Regent, Mrs. Mary Borden; vice re.
gent, Mrs. J. H. Wroth; corresponding
'secretary, Mrs. 11. S. Rodey, recording
secretary. Mrs. A. I). Brown: trean-
uref.JWriiJJvbal D. Ray; Jilstorian,
"Mrs. Hun MVintfton- chaplain, Mrs,
At the office of tho ca'.tlo, sanitary
board reports have been received of
torrlblo suffering and much loss of
-tock In I'nlon, Guadalupe, Colfax and
San Miguel counties. Both cattle and
sheep have perished by the hundreds
As a result of the extreme cold and
, A fire in the Kalin block at Santa
Fe February 19th did damage to the
mount of 1:5,000, al) but $1,000 of
which was covered by Insurance. The
principal losers were: Mrs. M. M.
Kehn of New York CityJ owner of the
building, $5,000; Solomon Spitz, Jew
eler, in,00fl; Jacol Wellmer, .book
store, $0,000; Dr. C. Ixrd, dentist,'
J1.000; Santa Fe lodge, chapter nnd
commandery of Masons, $3,000. The
Masonic lodges also lot a number of
Invaluable relics which hud been gath
ered during their txlmenee as the old
est Masonic bodie la this part of tho
New Mexico Irrigation Statistics.
. The following statistic are fur
nished by CUrlet. Wolcott, director
(if the United Sta'es Geological Sur
vey: , ,
The irrigation census of 1902 shows
that there were in Arizona 3.F67 irri
gated farms, with total extent of
247.2"i0 acres. In New Mexico the
number of Irrigated farms was 9.245,
and the Irrigated area 254,945 acres.
There were nearly throe times as many
farms In New Mexico, but the total
acreage was not much, larger than that
In Arizona. This large number of
(arms Is due to the Inclusion of a great
many small tracts cultivated by Mex
icans. The total irrigated area In the
two territories was 502,195 acres, an
ana a little less than that in the stato
of .Nevada. The probability or an in
creasing this acreage rests, as before
stated, largely upon the-possibilities
of water storage. These ara as fol
lows: : -
Near Las Vegas a tract of 10,000
acres all In rrivate ownership, may be
reclaimed by the construction of a
reservoir Mo conserve the waters of
Gallinas and Sapello creeks and the
building of distribution works at an
estimated cost of 105 or $00 per acre,
On Pecos river, near the town of
Hoswel, there Is, under construction
under the reclamation p act what is
known, as the Hondo " project to re
claim 10,000 acres at a cost of $2S0,
000 or $28 per acre. .
A reconnaissance has also ,been
made of what is TciioWn as the Union
Lake project for storing the waters of
Pecos river to. reclaim 50,000 acres at
an estimated cost of' $30 per acre.
On the Rio Grande the Eagie dam
may be pHt and distributing system
Impounding water Tor1 l.O.OOO, about
100.000 acres of which Is In the Mesilla
valley In New Mexico, the remainder
be.ng in Texas.
On the headwaters of San Juan rlvtr
about tl.irty-thouBand acres. ..of land
may be Irrigated by diverting the Anl
mas at an estimated cost of $J0 per
Pension for Ex-Governor Rosi.
An Albuquerque dispatch says;
Through the efforts of Delegate B. S.
Rodey., the small pension, received by
Edmund, G.. Ross of tbis city was,-a
few days ago,' Increased to $0 a
monthi-Tho pensioner1 Is now, about
eighty-two years. old, and resides with
his son, -Pitt Ross, city engineer and
surveyor of Albuquerque. Mr. Ross
has a uniquoi .hlstqry. He was a
I'nlted Slates senator from Kansas,
and with several other Republlcun scn:
ators, stood out against the impeach
ment of President .Andrew,,. Johnson.
When he returned to his home ut
Lawrence," Kansas, he was bufned In
effigy and many Indignities heaped
upon hint ty thoKansus ptopl?. He
lost his piIn'tihB""offlce nnd wherever
he made application for work he was
branded' ns a ."rat" printer. Finally,
in 1SS2, he came to this city and called
at the composing room of the old Jour
nal for worki. He-found posted a clr
cirlnr, with a'4ilg rat printed thereon,
warning the craft, against, a nnnibei"
of "rat", printers, and on the. list Was
his nume. - He told his story of the In
justice that had been done to him to
W. T. McCreight, who was then fore
man f .the .Journal. The latter be
lieved the story and feeling tilat the
ex-l'iilleu States stualor had not stv
I'iously violated tiny 'rule of the,' Typo
graphical union, Ross was put to work
at the case, nnd tho old gentleman,
with tears in hlij eyes, said l bat was
the first kind Wet shown lilin since
It riving' Kansas.'!
The oilier printers consulted and
finally culled on the foreman, threaten
ing to strike if Koss was permitted to
continue to woik. The foreman stated
that be had Investigated the case and
that the o:d man, driven from Kansas'
or performing a duty lie considered
Isht, should remain ut wo;l(." Tho
otlur printers soon resumed their
cases and ex-l'nlted States Senator
Rom set type li tho Journal until
PrAldcnt Cleveland wus first inaugu
rated, when he went to Washington
and a few months later returned to
Mexico with a commission in his
pocket as the Dcmocra tic 'governor of
New Mexico. Thnt was in 1885, and
he continued to hold th office of gov
ernor .until 1SS9, when he wa re
lieved by President Harrison. Since
that tlino he has' quietly lived here.
.If the National Fraternal Sanitarium
for Consumptives does not come to
Santa. Fe it will not be because the
citizens.nl Santa Fe are lacking in
public spirit. If there . is anything
which the St. lxmis men who are here
to-day looking for a Blje Tor the big
hospital want that was.- not offered
them by the committee of Sauta,;Fo
people who received tbetn, all they
need do Is to ask for It. They 'can
have the earths In addition to the
handsome site and the hundreds of
broad rich acres offered the Institution
by the Santa Fe city council. Frank
Owen In behalf of the City Water
Company offered the St. Uiuls'com
mlttee another gift of 750 acres of good
lnnd. 8. . B. Grimshaw, assistant to
the president and general- manager of
the Santa Fe 'Central railway, offered
to establish and maintain a railroad
station at. the hospital site If the san
itarium is brought. to Santa Fe and to
Burglars entered the store of CL.
Pollard & Co., at Espanola. In which
the postofflce ; Is also situated, on the
night of February 22d, nnd secured
$:;o0 worth of loof,'' Including, a new
outfit of clothes, which they put on in
the store, leaving, their old clothes.
It Is Understood that quite a lobby
bad been gotten together by the gen
eral agents of Insurance companies In
Albuquerque to come to this city and
work against proposed Insurance leg
islation. If this report Is true and
there Is no good reason to doubt It,
the Insurance men who were organis
ing the lobby were Just "a leedle bit
too late." Those who favored the cre
ation of an Insurance commissioner
had. everything In good shape and
.when Mr. Sanches Introduced Hie bill
it wezt through both nouses witn a
rush Eternal vigilance Is the watch
word In legislative matters. Santa Fe
Representative 'W. W. Williams i.f
Sierra comity has appointed George E.
Meyers of Hillsboro a cadet to tuo
New Mexico military school at Ros
well. Arrangements were completed for a
charter meeting to be beld iu the near
future at whicn time the charter from
the national society will be presented
by tors. L. B. Prince of Santa Fe.
Joseph H. Franklin, manager of the
coal company's store at Dawson, Col
fax county; become suddenly Insane at
Alamagordo. while " transacting busi
ness, with A. J. King. He was taken
to the Alamogordo hospital and . from
there to Buffalo, New York, by his
father who had been summoned, Over
work, caused Franklin to lose his mind.
Articles of Incorporation have helm
filed of the Penasco Mining Company
by Murrell W Derst of Alamogordo,
Philip H. Moffat of Elk and Charles P.
Mitchell of Otero county, directors.
Capitalization; $200,000. Headquar
ters, May liill, Otero county. The Ros
well Automobile Company, capital
stocky -JIO',000, headquarters ' at Ros
well, nso filed papers.
A Las Vegas dispatch of February
19th says: Attorney George P. Mouey,
who was defeated for Congress last
fall by Col. W..H. Andrews, left the
city to-night for Gulf Port, Missis
sippi, where ho has formed a law
partnership with an old friend of his.
father, Senator H. D. Money. . The
young man came here eleven yeacs
ago us assistant United States attor-
. . The stockmen! of northern New Mex
ico have petitioned the Santa Fe Rail
road Company to grant them a starva
tion rate of $1 a ton on fodder to. be
brought from Kansas. Cuttle and
sheep are perishing by hundreds on
the ranges, as a result of cold and
heavy snows. If will ba six weeks' bo
fore tbe new grass 6tarts, and unless
cheap feed can be brought lu, the loss
will be appalling.
The Joint committee of. the Thirty
sixth-Legislative .Assembly, which t
amlned the conditions of tho insa'ua
asylum of the Normal School and toa
dies Home In the Meadow. City, re
turned Sunday evening. The mem
bers of the committee. It Is understood,
are well pleased with the result of
thtlr examination of the three Institu
tions. The. Insane asylum especially is
coming In for, much, credit. Santa Fe
New Mexican'. ' ' '
The Masonic-'foifes; at Santa Fe
saved their inValunbfe relics .from tho
Kahn block fire, although they at first
were reported all consumed by the
(lames. Among them were a rille once
owned by. Klt Carson, who was a mem
ber of' the "-lodge, and the records of
the four Masonic bodies-having their
uome in the hall. The block will be
rebuilt and the merchants burned out
iiavc opened temporary stores else
tfhe're. Jt.te believed that $18,000 will
cover tlio loss. ' - .- .
Councilmnn W.. E. Martin has In
preparation a bill providing ' for the
administration of the La j )ya land
:;'ant, a valuable" and extensive, prop
erty situated In Valencia and. Socorro
counties, and ln.the valley' of the- Rio
Grande. This ft a community grant
and there are matny owners and claim
ants. The bill is modeled somewhat
upon the act now in force for the. ad
ministration 6f the property rights of
Uie Las Vegas grant, Vhich latter has
been found to wdrk very well.
A Lockhart, aged 82 years, and his
wife, aged 79 yearB, while on their way
with a load of wood from the Guada
lupe mountains to Carlybad, a distance
.if forty-five miles, were overcome by
x snowstorm and lost their way. They
unhitched the horses and attempted to
make their way on horseback to the
city. After riding for several hours
they, forahat they had been going
n a cncie ror ttiey came uuon their
load of wood ngaln. By this time it
was growing dark and the thermome
ter had dropped' to zero. Undaunted
they started out again and fortunately
drew up at the home of Miles 8tone at
Otis, none too soon, for they were com
pletely exhausted. :
An Albuquerquo dispatch of Febru-;
ary. 15th says: Hon. Charles spless,
attorney for the El Paso & Durango
Railroad Company. ls In the city on Im
portant matters in connection with the
road, be stated that the promoters,
and builders are the'' Phelps-Dodge
syndicate, of capitalists. Surveying is
proceeding as rapidly ns porslble, and
by April 1st construction will b6'com-
menced. The south terminals will be
near El Paso and the north terminals
at the Colorado state line hear Du
rango. Money has been secured and
the road, which will traverse one of !
the finest grazing and farming sec
tions, besides tapping a well known
mineral belt in New Mexico, will be
in operation Inside of a 'year.
The council commlt,te which visited
the institute for the "blind; at- Alamo
gordo last week consisted of Council
man Jacobo Chaves, chalrmnn; Coun
cilman Leahy of Raton, add Represen
tatives Ellis, Luna, Vigil and de ;Iieon.
The committee made a thorough In
spection of the building for the asy
lum and was pleased with " It. The
building is very substantial and Is be
ing put up in first class style. Tho
committee believes It will be-large
enough for the accommodation of all,
the unfortunate blltrt children of the
territory1 for some years to - come.
Councilman Chaves says the people of
Alamagordo extended a very hearty
and cordial welcome to the committee
and there was nothing too good for it
while in town. He and the members
are well pleased with what they saw
at the town of Alamogordo and were
pgreeably surprised at the progress
.fnade there since its Inception a few
years ago. It bids fair to be one of
the best business centers in the terri
tory. Santa Fe New Mexican.
Edward' Nichols was brought to
Santa Fe on the 15th Inst, on the
charge of having robbed the postoffice
At Ijimy and the store of John Pflcu
ger at" the same place. Most of the ar
ticles stolen are said to have been
found upon his person. Nichols had
escaped as far as Rowe, where lie was
arrested by the deputy sheriff of San
Miguel county. ., '
- Doth houses of the Territorial Leg
Islature have passed a memorial to
Congress asking that power be Riven
the Interstate commerce commission
to regulate the traffic of liquor and
. EDILE CACTUS.
Wonderful Product of a California Hor
ticulturist. There are millions of ae:-rs of arid
land upon the giobe. much of it, evtn
with thb most persistent irrigation,
yielding but scantily,, and enormous
reaches of It devoid of all growth but
the cactus, a foe to man and beast;
but Mr. Burbank resolved that he
would reclaim it, not by irrigation,
though welcoming its aid, but by
means of the desert Itself the desert
and its cactus, its heat and its sun.
So for a period of over ten years ho
has worked with the. utmost persist
ence and Bkllf Until at last he has de
veloped a cactus plant which will con
vert the desert Into a garden. He has
made the cactus tnornless. taklnsr from
its leaves the hard, oody substance,
the spicules, bq dangerous to animal
life.' More than this', he has made It
adaptable to any climate. It will thrive
on the hot desert, but it will grow
with marvelous fecundity when Irri
gated or when planted In a richer soil.
But this Is not all of. the marvel. Me
has bred this dreaded scourge of the
desert, this pariah among plants, unt.il
It has become the -producer of a de
lightful, nutritious food for man and
beast until, in his estimate, consider
ing the unused areas of the -world
where It will thrive, it will afford food
for twice the people now upon the
earth. From William S. Harwnov
C-"A YVnnrlAi U'nrbor nr Rrtiatifio" I. V.
Mrch' Century. ' ' '
' ".' ' Cured Her Diabetes: V
Halo, Ind., Feb. 27th. (Special.)
If, what will cure Diabetes will, cure
any form of Kidney Disease, as so
many physicians say, .then Dodd's
Kidney . Pills will cure any fornv of
Kidney Disease. For -Mrs. L. C. Bow
ers of this place has proved that
ttydd's Klclney. Pills will cure Dia
betes. 1" ' i.i . . . . ' ''
"I had Diabates," Mrs. Bowers says,
"my teeth'-all became loose and part
of them, came out. I passed a great
deal of water with such burning sen
sations I could, hardly bear it. . I lost
about 40 pounds In weight. I used
many medicines and doctored with
two bcal doctors but, never, got any
better till I started to -use Dodd's
Kldney Pills. They cured me so com
, pletely. that in three years' I have had
no . return of the disease. 1 am 'a
well woman now, ' thanks 'to Dodd's
Kidney Pills." . ! ' ...
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
ailments fro n Backache to' Brlght's
Disease. Cure your Backache With
them and you will never have Brlght's
Disease, Diabetes or Rheumatism.
What's the use of worrying about
whether or not we shall know each
other in heaven? Few of us really
know each other here. ' '
nilllon Dollar Grata 1;
TThcn the John A. Salzor Seed Co., of
La Croase. Wis.. intrnHiu-cl II. I
ble grass three years ago, little did, they
y.ca... it wuuiu ue inp morn talked 01 giss
in America, the bigjjesj, quick, hay pro.
ducer on earth, but this has come to pass.
f3)nn n fia
iile, in the corner grocery, in the village
pout-office, at the creamery, at the depot,
in fact wherever farmers gathered, Salzer's
Billion Dollar Grass, that marvelous grass.
flood for 5 to 14 tons hay per acre and
ots of pasture besides, is always a theme
worthy of the farmer's voice.
Then ccnies llromus Inermin, thon:which
there is no better crass nr heller imrmi.
nent hay producer on earth. Grows wher
ever soil is found. Then the former talks
bout Salzer's Teoainte," which prodiiera
100 stocks from one kernel of seed, 11 ft.
high, in ,100. idays. rich in nutrition and
greedily entcn by cattle, hogs, etc., and is
good for -80 ton of green food per, acre.
Victoria Rape,', the luxuriant food for
hogs snd sheep, which can be ciown 'at
25c a ton, snd Speltz at 20c a bu-,.both
great food for sheep, hogs and cattle; also
come in for their share in the discussion.
JrT BEND IDC IK STAMM
and this notkw to" John A. PJzer Seed
Co La. Crosse, Wis., for their aig catalog
and many farm seed samples. NY . K. L.J
Men who are suhjeot to hny fever
shoalit steer clear of grass widows.
Stand Pr. Pierce's Family Medicines In
.class by themselves, being the only
proprietary. , medicines manniacturea
and preserved without the use of alco
Dr. Pierce's Fayorite Prescription
and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Di
covery do not contain opium or other
harm (u I drugs. Ihey are compounds
of medicinal principles, scientifically
extracted from indigenous roots that
cure the diseases for which thev are
recommended. They are medicines
which have enjoyed the public confi
dence for oY'er a third of a century. -
I)r. Pierce s Favorite Prescription
cures women's ills when all other rem
edies fail. This is what Mrs. II. Har
rison, a prominent woman, living at
No. 112 West 2nd Btreet, Sioux City,
lows, says about it :
Agricultural Editors wrote about it,
Agr. College PrnfeKsors lectured about it,
Agr. Institute Orators talked about it,
while in the farm home hv tlm nuint flnv.
Where tea anu ;
right, there is little cli:
going-astray'ia the L ..
Thi Rctenti-t who
Bold out 01 -nea WHUr will tt.
Kt U out of people who u .
tnow how It is done. '
lns!-,.t on Getting It
Some grocers say thoy don't 1
peflance Starch. This it ).,;.,,' , "
have a sn.,-k on hand of ti,r I -
containing only 12-bz In l
which they won't be ableVo ' "mw'
because Defiance contains u; 0, ,
the same money. , ."' r
Do you want 18 0. tnsto ,1 f 1, n,
e.u t . . ' ' "Fn 1,11 v J
jwan.u. . xteijuires no cookinr
Muhy "a 'sister, upolls her
the church by her tongue
FARMS GIVE! AWAY
16,000 farms of 160 acres h sit,,
ate in the UUitah .Iutllan Reservation
In 1 rth will be open for oii uo i-,, v
very shortly. Oon't you want to h,',,,,,..
stead one -hjiJ make yourself home'
This land is the best adapted to stui-k
raising and .farming; of any land to
t'lah. Send 25 cents for book and man
telllnir about the country how ill
homestead nnd routo'to -rt to -tlio i-inii
-.THE IT1NTAH COLONY (,)
. Box SHlDenver, Colo!
Btern parent Tommy, I'm surprise
to hear you' tell a falsehood. I never
t-M t f-lwehood when 1 wna a little oov
Small Tommy JVhen did -you . b. idm
,.,? .1. " '. " '
J"rTC PnniWTitl7 rared iro Stent Tmw f'-r
S. S1?' " of Or. K int l Un-ul hrvp ll-m.r.
'i.ldt" rKKK IM.00 trt.lb.,tU6 rt tn ,r
a. B. H. IUui, fcuL,ii AKh Suwm, 1 uitautiiui,
'; The alchemists In davs of old
Who In tsnditlona dwell! ' ' '
Claimed to manufacture j-old
But had no bricks to sell.
A IIEALTHYOLD AGS
OFTEN THE BEST PART CF LIFE
Ealp or Women Parsing Through
Change of Lite
Providence has allotted ns each nt
least seventy years in which to fulfill
our.mission in life, and It la generally
our own fault ji we die prematurely.
- Nervous exhaustion Invites disease.
This statement is the cositive truth.
n-1. ... 1 f , . -
"iicu every wing- oecomi'sia ijuroen
and you cannot Yvalb: UtvU;Jts with
out excessive fatipue, and you break
out Into perspiration easily, and your
face fliiKhes.'andyou jirovrfxeiXei ami
shaky at the least provocation, and
you cannot bear to.be croHsed in-any-thing-,
you are in danger ; Vour nerves
have given out ; you need Lmldin up
at once I To build tip woman's nerv
ous system and durinjr the period of
change of life,-w-e,-know'of no better
me'dicine than" Lydla E. rinlcliam's
Vegetable-' Compoundt .-, Hre is. an
Illustration, . Mrs, Mary L. Kotlmc. .171.
Garfield Avenue, Chicago, -'H'l'wi itcs:
"I have'rfsrl'Tdia E: Pinkhsni's Vetfetnl.lft
Compmud fuc years, in my faiiiilv and it
never diKappinU ; m whwt I felt tfiafc I was
nerinK'the-eiian(cetif life I coumeni.ijJ tivat
inent with it. I took in all about sik bottles
and it did im a gret deal of ixt- H
stooped my dizzy spells, jiainS In my Iw-k
and the headai-liea with which f biul sullei-ed
for months before taking- the Coiiioiin.l I
feel that if iUiad not been fortius pn-m nir.i
leine for woui7n- that -I should not liavt) l- n
ulive to-day. It is splendid for women, oh I or
Sere"?' W'U SOrely CUr9 teuwVA-
Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., in
vites all sickand ailing women to write
her for advice. Her great experi-jneo
ts at their service, iree of cost.
' I suffered for more thanswn renraviiH
very complicated form of frninli. iruh
accompanied with nervous proMrstWi. ml
after doctoring- with six physlrlnni lull l i-iw-Ing
excellent reputations) wis Informed lost
unless an operation was performed 1 would
bean invalid all my life. Hear'"!.' nf !,
wonderful cures effeetod by Dr. It. V. 1'len-e's
remedies. and believing- that, there must a
cure for almost every ailment, 1 deiermlm-d
w iiibmv uiie more 'enon. 1 wroie 10 it.
Pierce, and I will never forget Ills kimlly no
vice, tclllnir me to follow hi mi nn-iions
faithfully ana not to submit lo an ui 1 m ion.
In live memttin my Improvement wks -mi io
tleeable lo friends that they biun to limn I re
alsiul my method of treatment. I was
pleased to tell them of the wonderful n.euns
of eure that I bad most (ortiinatelv t.n,n,.
and, as so many Indies supiled to me f,,i
Information retfanllnK Dr. 1'len-e world'
famed medicines and his plansof treatment.
I felt in duty bound to irlve diem lie !-netii'
of my experience, so. told them 'he ft,-i.
Ihe Hrit number of positive curi ett -ieo
by Pr. rien-e'a remetlles alone, nrfd ; ,- ,i.t
recommendation, seemed. In one year's time,
nothing short of a mlracbv-'J crnion t hsvn
believed it had I not been the parties and
known the facta." 1
.Weak women are made itrong ainl
lick' women well bv the use of bnetor
Pierce's Favorite Prescript5. It is
the one reliable rctmlatir It dries
enfoebling drains, heals inflammation
ana ulceration and cures -emaie weak
ness. It nourishes tlm rt'rees, invig
orates snd regulates the'''',f'r" wont
anly organism. t makt ,!'!' ' :!ll,r
advent practically painles' ' v
strength to nursing mothc ' A ' "
no substitute. . ' j
I you want to know
body, rerftl Dr. Pierce's Co;
Medical Adviser, which ca
the cost of mailing, 31 c
cent stamps for the cloth-l
or 21 stamps for the 1 '
volume. 10u9 pages. ,Vt
U. V. Pierce, Buffalo, S.'v
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pell'
complexion anl sweeten j
they cleanse arid regulate t,
liver ana ooweis -ana pre;
nent benefit and do not
system. One is a gentle