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t EiS. J. E, O'OOIELI I'inkham: I hare riven a testimonial Mas Sick I'idit Years Trith Female Trouble and Finally Fuml Itj l.ydia E. rinkliam's Testable ('oiiijioimtl. "Deah Mr.s. never in mv lifi before, but you have done, so much for me that 1 feel called upon to pive you this unsolicited acknowledgement of HUMOROUS. MODEL PHI XT SHOP. I v. ,s -MliS. aT.N.NiE K. O'PnxNEIX, rrealdent of Oakland Veniaies lnuni" Club, the wonderful curat ive value of l,yl!a K. Pinkliuiii's Vegetable r'oiti Jlotmil. For eitfht ye;irs 1 liad female trouble, falling- of the womb and other complications. During- that time I was more or less of nn invalidand not mueh pood for anything, until one day I found a book in my hall telling of the cures you could perform. I became interested; 1 bought a bottle of Lyilia V.. IMiikham's Vegvtnble Com pound and was helped; 1 continued its use and in seven months was cured, and Since that time I have hail perfect ' nealtn. J. Hanks, dear .Mrs. I'mkhaia np-ain, for the health I Jilts. Jkn.vie O'Donnei.t,, 27S East ,11st St., Chicago, lU. fSouO forfeit if aboot testimonial ts not genuine. Women stitlVrinfr from any form of female ills ;'nii be enreil by Lydin I-:. I'inkham's Vegeta ble Compound, That's sure. Sirs. PinUham advises sick wo men free. Addres Clad When He Stops "I fufmire that liianbt's tiuish. Don't you?" '"Ves; hut 1 a!as dread his tHrlu-uii'-S-." I'ltiladelphia Bulletin. Xo Flattery.--Miss llo.nnley "I tm .Ifi'stat.d ou ilo erv handsome work ;nnd make icry pretty pictures." I'ho-to-napher "Ves'in, but 1 could jrive you an exact likeness if you wish." Philadelphia Tress. Archibald -"Why do you call Cousin Pearl 'Cuba'.''" His P.rol her "Isn't she Aunt .Matilda's daughter'.1" Arch ibald "Yes. but 1 don't sec" His j Urol her "Well, then, i-n't she the! lYurl of Aunt Tillies?" Princeton 1 Tiirer. 'I detest cigarettes," petulantly ex- claimed the villain of the plav. "Can't 1 smoke a cigar in this scene in- stead?" "No; the cigarette is essen- i tial," replied the stage manager. "Yon are a very depraved sort of villain, you know."- Kansas City Star. When the day came for taking the collection m the Sunday school, the ch'ldien were asked if they remem bered any texts appropriate to the occasion. A little nov held up his lhand anil repeated: 'The fuel am! his parted."- Christian Located at Washington and ducted by Uncle Sam. Con Sunn It Will lie llmi-ril In n Vint niti ei'lll eu Home V ork limit Mt tlie (itivcriimciil rrintliiM, IMIIee. 1)i:i;ilAPS the printing and lire world is print in; otlice at most binding the ' Washiu: complete phial in o ernmeiit rt.ui. At soon money are Advocate. "Ah, will I nevei wailed the imprison s, j.ynn, .uass. ABSOLUTE !i :::.-na Mill, be released?" ed heroine, heat her fair white hands wildly against the bars of her window, while from behind the scenes could he heard the hoarse chuckle of the villain. .Many in the audience were seen to apply their handkerchiefs to their eyes. Hit prayers for release rose again upon the still air ard lost themselves in the echoinc flies above. Either git a habbvus corpus, leddv," now enjoy." , shouted a friend from the gallerv, "er walk out over de fool lights." And the curtain came down with a whizz. Hahimore American. AN INDIAN GIRL EDITOR. YonriK Cherokee Womnn AVho I'nb lUliet a Mngnzinr Devoted tu Ked Men's lntcrcAli, s Margaret Eddleman, a young kee woman, is the editor and her of the Twin Territories, a 111 led est pe ith Genuine 3 arter s Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Fac."lui!le Wrapper Below. I'll ma tier pie living in territory. The three years , with the help latter niar thc entire Terr small and as e? to take as isgar. CARTER! ITTLE FCS HEADACHE, FOB DIZZiKESS. FOR SJLiDUSFiESS. FOR TOPPID LIVER. FOR CCKSTIFATiON. FCS SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION . OKHriNH HUtTNAVt liOHATWAf, M ct,! Purely VeyotaWo.xt4k5r IflVER JlJdiS' CURE SICK HEADACHE. l. C I K HI k mMt J fliu- utir 1- H:n .s.IW.Ifn. cltlier n,iss clfim or kill j-uit. 'fhp ii .if.irm I c, ,! 1 cueiiKUi (ii Hazard p.,,,-,!,.!- pnahli") or..' tn LriiiK ami von will to Furi'i'itfti tlni-pwli(t iiuve r jefure ueti Iiant. riMiui.il kt'ttinir HA7M.nl from your Utnlt-r, ami GUN POWDER mmsemes GREGORY. SeedsfJS, runts, sri'l ftr tie (m;,,,.,,,. J. J. I. Hf6ISM,l,,b,4, lau. F.lirhlrenth Trntnrjr Hob. on. Two Women who v.s-e ! ' l,v 1 , tte have l,r-'-r, f.,ur,! in ',.- , ; ' j'-. tte wa the H..!..,n . i---ec;,'.a , tury.-M.iiueapoia Jouri.jJ. magazine, 'ulated to inter Oklahoma ard Ind magazine was start ago by M:s KiMluu elder sisler. ried some time sine work now deolvc upon Miss Kddle man. says tlie Chicago Chronicle, Among- her contributors are vari ous Indian chiefs of the the cliilied tribes. None of these contributors laceeoi any money ;or tiieir work, as they are rich, but they have to be handled with great dijdoiiiaev. J'revious to the establishment of Twin Territories. Miss fhhlleman worked with her f ither as a reporter upon the Muskogee Kvoiiiug Times. This gave her her lirst taste for lit erary work, and she improved it. Tlie fame of the Twin Territories anil its Indian publMier has spread. Not long ago a magazine publisher in London sought an article upon Miss L'ddleman and her literary work, Although she never speaks of her ancestry, not. as she explains, that she is ashamed of boing a reil-ki.i, she has a "head right" among the Chorokees, and owns a g,,0,i farm and participates in their regular dis tribution ot tribal 1 ti mis. mired, it was from her tribal income that she secured enough money to launch her enterprise. Miss Kddlcman is not yet .'II years, old. Her form is slender and grace ful, and she is considered one of the social lights and beauties of the live tribes, where the beaut v of I he wom en is far famed. Kditorial writing js not the gift of Miss Kddlcman, "for under the pen name of .ig,u, Hhreiber she has published several serials in ningaines. "Only nu jn. dian fiirl." "Liouki, the Creek Girl," and "A I'air of Moecs; ir.s" qr! some of hsr stories which have won atten tion and praise Ivuki leading critics. I present this grand establishment is housed in an antiquated structure, with branches in the wiriotis execu tive depart incuts, but before the close of the present liscal year it "ill occupy one of the inest build ings in the capital city, with a front age of j::, feet on North Capitol street and -tsn fet.f on (; street, and a height of 17.1 feet from curb to cornice. liel'ore entering .into a detailed de scription of the new edifice, it might be well to consider the importance, of the government nrinting otlice and the amount of work done by it. According to figures supplied by Hon. 1'. V. Palmer, public printer of the I'uited States, the total floor space occupied by the otlice and its branches, at the present time, is 2t'.'.,'.i) square feet. The new build in,', now Hearing completion at a cost of $'.'.1100.(1011, will increase this urea :i77,200 square feet. The nuin- oer oi eui moves is, in rounil num bers, about l.lino, divided as follows; Executive ollieers, -I.'.'; main compos ing room, S:.'l; bindery, ss:; main press room, 217; job press room, 100; job composing room, 10(5; electro type room, Od; specification room, L'71; folding room, en,",; congression al record room, 11)0; chief engineer's division, jj; branch in treasury de partment, HT; branch in library of congress, 07; branch in department of interior. 113; branch in navy de- j partmcnt, TSJ; branch in department; of state, :V2; branch in war depart ment, i-'T; branch in department of agriculture, 17; public documents di- The rest is employed in tfty of the white enameled kind, to be used for dadoes around t he room v alls and for lining stair and elrvutor wells and loilet rooms. The editlee ill con tain lls.OUO square feet ofgranolith and asphalt pavement lunf 14, ."00 van of concrete. All the "baseboards" "ill be cast iron, and this metal will also be eniploved for door anil window frames. The roof framing is of st and on this will he placed a cowring glaed tile, to produce a hnrmoniou color scheme. The building w ill seven stones, with storage rooms in the basement. Lieut. John Stephen Sewcll, of th United States engineer corps, who has charge of the construction of the new printing otlice, reports that it w ill be finished during the present year, ami within t he aut hori.ed limit cost. The last sentence is a powerful argument for those who advocate the erection of all public buildings under the sil pervision of army engineers and d nouuee the employment of profe sional contractor!. Several years ago an agitation was started to do away with the govern incut printing otlice. There is no doubt that lots of the stuff printed at public expense is not worth the paper wasted upon it; but the critics fail to take cognianee of the fact that if the same stuff were given out to outside printers, under a government con tract, it would cost fully L'3 per cent. more. As long as congressmen will talk, they will insist upon seeing their names in print, and government sc entist and experimenters consider themselves entitled to a general circu lation of their bulletins. A great country like ours cannot afford to be stingy in the printing bill, nor can the government give too wide publicity to the utterances of its statesmen and the essays of its men of science. There may be lots of chaff, but occa sionally a grain of wisdom is scat tered abroad by means of government reports which enlightens the public or brings prosperity within reach ot farmer, trader or manufacturer. The printers of America are justly proud of the government, establish ment. First, because it reflects credit upon their honorable craft; second, because the hints they receive from its management are helpful to the con duct, of even the smallest shop. There -v ot lun. vtitv;-9, Tl I SEED CORN ESSENTIALS. lilt tlir'ft SlK'I't'NR !CM'l!ll tilt llBV llltf t.OUtl Sffl 4111 llHUli lit I'lniitliiK Timr. Spirit iiullNin Di-ellnlnn, vision, 40. mi i w mmMMMw m mmiim NEU GOVER.N.ME.NT PRINTING OFFICE AT WASHINGTON. There are many essential points to be rigorously observed in either select in or buying' seed corn. In seleel ing1 from ones own lieuls tlie eavticft mai iiring and must perfect cars only should be saved, and when a variety commences to lose its dominant characteristics it is time to get fresh seed. In sending away for seed, buy that grown in near l lie same latitude as your own. or if a ny change is made go a lit I !e north in preference to-south. I'lidd'stand your fields. Don't plant large eared while sorts in he.ds better adapted to medi um sie yellow sorts. The first move ment toward making a corn crop is (his natter ol correct selection of seed. The quality of the seed is the next im portant thing:. Do not be satisfied w ilh tock (crib' seed corn. Be w illing to pay a good fair price, and then demand igli-bred seed. Order it from reputa ble growers or dealers and always or- er part of it at least incur. Thenyou arc pin ii t i hit with your eyes open- on know w ha t tncxpect. T'rof. Sliamel says on this question: "fly highly-bred eed is meant seed that is the very ighest representative of the im proved type. In other words, those furs Inch as nearly as possible represent! the ideal ear. As every ear is different from every other ear. there can never be a large number of such ears. How ever, tins very fact of wale variation makes (he improvement of rarities pos- iblc. If there was no variation from hich selection could be made tlier could be no improvement. If is by se Iecting those i"ars which vary in the direction desired and discarding the poor ears that a general advance can be made." Having made a wise selection and secured seed that will test, for ger mination to !)(! per cent., one need have but little anxiety over the outcome of his corn crop. Docs it pay to plant well-bred seed? Might as well ask: Does if pay to buy a good, pure-bred bull. Seed of established varities have prominent and valuable characteris tics. These characteristics, such as well-shaped ear. butts and tips well cov ered, rows compact and kernel set deep in the cob, give solidity and weight to the crop. Take such a variety as Reid Wi.- A f rlil of I lie Wi. Richard llnrdins livi3 relates this incident, which happened while lie was acting as correspondent uuiing the Hnglish lloer war: A leiuinent of Scottish Highlander; noted for their bravery in action, dur ing the heat or one bailie were sud denly seen to break ranks and run ill all direct ions. The oll'u ei-s as well shared in the stampede, and apparent ly made no attempts to urge the men nniler them into line. Their behavior was a surprise lo everybody on the Hold, and after the battle was over the colonel of the regiment was sum nioned before (!en. Huberts. "What tho devil was the mutter with your regiment?" asked "Hobs.' "Well." replied the colonel, "there is not a man in the regiment, afraid of a Dutchman's bullet, hut we were steered into a field literally infested with wasps' nests, and you know, geu eral, we were all in kilts and with bare legs." New York Times. In his younger days, when he was very poor, sometimes half starved, Richard Wagner got to Purls and called on Kossiui, composer oi "Wil liam Tell," then the rage. Wagner noticed a little composition of liis own on tlie piano rack and called Rossini's attention to the fact, that it, was upside down. The polite Frenchman, bowing and smiling, said: "You see, I found it sounded better that way." After Hie Dlepi'iiient. Aristocratic Mother How could you many into such a commonplace fam ily? Romantic Daiiglner lint I didn't marry into his family, mamma. Ho married into ours. Chicago News. BEAUTIFUL CHILD! Hade Well and Strong by I "She fluid since liei- I,; medicine, hehafer. Airs. V. E. J,( Minn Long as follows one's health'. Mini HeHi-il llrr Try. "Fannin pays she alms to be a pro fessional singer." "She dues, eh? I'm glad to know she isn't foolish enough to profess she sings now." Philadelphia Bulletin. Ktag SettliiEH. "Were there any realistic settings In that, new rural play?" "Oh, yes; there was a hen setting In the lirst act, and the farmer's wife set her broad In the second." Phila delphia Pullet tn. Yellow Dent -especially when the deep- Polimuan running l'rolinlily. Only twenty inches of .sitting space is to be allotted to each peeress at the eur.aia ti n. Dear, dear, think of tho tilled and massive old ladies who are living monu ments to the tis.-ue building properties of roast beef and rare old ale! .vs tne man remarked when he saw I h i Jill ml Vfm, ALSEulrro WMA :'--tvl ! in fitr-.rzi 1 H lUfBi C't, 8 ''"lA- Mrs. Shufer, Mo., writes: I" Hie early ...., wrote to you for ; . " T terAlhv.'fourv,.; U :c' V lias been,, . lrt sums and catarrhal V?1'?"" 'ay.s doctoring until I? & 1IS1 I',MI... S I 1 eriiim is a w, 'irivn-K. J ""-"in to t'Vl't J have in-,,.11 p "?(.'. the i Writ, 'S from j.J s......,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,' 111!,,,. 1 li.. I - ""tr JourPerum, she str,r V', the way of cough, i.,'''.. ? she has taken , ' ,,"1"' m well a;.i lias ever been in "ol bad tlm ci-oiip She has n 11 u, i , ' v "aill S3 a -KM rl 4 it, (tent strain is secured. Tt will ,,. uniformly good-sized ears, deep grain and the cob is well covered. Its full value is not apparent to the naked eye; but the scales always tell in iis favor. This seed corn question is the most im portant one before American farmers this year. The success of your fann ing and feeding operations depend upon a good corn crop. See to it that pood, reliable seed is on hand at plant ing time.- Prairie Farmer. i FRAME FOR GRINDSTONE. I -,,r '"' Setlle Cnn He (.round Million! Iiileileriun Willi the Man Who Turin (lie ( rank. Nune land eniy is going Plain Dealer. to get pinched. "--('1 A Menu ltelrietioii. my! exclaimed tae voune wife. er (lie in-inauce nn lev on lib eetnpanv "Why, husband. "W hy, if you commit suicide they won't pay any money at all.' '-Philadelphia Press. "Oh, read ing hiishaudS is Jllst what's i in-urauce policy on her her lavn!', "this insurance hateiul." the matter?" asked her Ah "Now, woman, possible. ".Male lute ilo iici-'i K pin mi I Ion. then," cried the decn-vniced made female suli'ragQ "what ha suffer; replied the rude man s to be there at all. miscellaneous ice. number of presses P.'., the output of vh impressions per day of eij Among these presses is a piece of machinery, capabl in use is 1,000,01)0 lit hours. wonderful of print- ' it, l W.,i.v.ija.i I. , n R m on Kk. " AM M id i & n 1 For Mwits and CMldrea Li n VI Bears sfL n IT ISY i Oyer Thirty Years The Kind You Kavs Always Boueht TH. .,T.U OOf.,.,, T ,T.T, Htw YM HEART f MA t. uuttering or palpitation indicates disorder in the di gestion. Prickly Ash Bitters is a wonderful remedy in such cases. It cleanses, strengthens and regu lates the stomach, liver and bowels, removes the cause ef the heart builds up and vieo body. symptoms, a strong r o u s Sold everywhere at .so per bottle. "Sl"!'.1" SHOTGUN SHELLS better .nL7Tw V""Ut SMH because ,hey made Jwder y na adding. Try them and you will be convinced. ALL REPUTABLE . DEALERS . KEEP T THEM mg- cards on both sides from a web of bristol board at the rate of f5, Oou cards per hour. Equally interest ing are four envelope presses, whose output is 111.000 printed envelopes each per hour. The total horsepower of the en gines is '.'.,'.00; of the boilers, 2,400. 'I lie sizes of the electric generators are one of :;ou kilowatts, one of 1S7 kilowatts and two of GOO kilowatts. I here are electric motors in use, having an aggregate of jk7 horse power. The quantity of type used is about l.",(io,iiiii) pounds, or ?,"() tons, lhe aggregate expenses of the otlice per year are st.ono.iioo, nearly three fourths of which is paid to em ployes for labor. The quantity of raw material used is almost beyond comprehension. In one year the otlice consumed 8,000 tons of paper; .".7.000 pounds of glue; i.ooo packs of gold leaf for titles ami decorative purposes; 7,",, 000 square feet of imitation Russia leather; .'In.Ooo skins "law sheep;" 500 gallons lubricating oil; 4,j(IO pounds molding wax; i;..00 pounds plumbago for eleetri.typmg; 40,oo pounds printing ink; 0.000 pounds I sulphate of copper; 7,000 pounds thread; fi.000 pounds tin foil; 2,000 title leather skins; 11,000 turkey morocco skins; .0.000 pounds anti mony and tin; 200,000 pounds bar h-ad; 10,000 pounds bar tin; 11,000 gallons benzine; 000,001) pounds bind ers' board; 0.000 pieces book muslin; 3,000 yards canvas for covering books; s.,000 pounds east-iron filings; i:i,000 pounds copper battery plates; 10,000 yards muslin; 10,000 pounds cotton waste, and 3,200 tons of con), Number of pages of matter issued in one year is nearly 400,000. I'nder the management of Mr. pa. mer 1 lie goernment priming- oflice has maintained its reputation' of l,,.' ing the bett-managed print shop jn me worm, une of the striking illus. t rations of the capabilities of the of fice for executing orders-ami one of which the oflicials may be justly proud was the printing of the mes sage of President McKinlej- trans mitting the report of the naval court upon tlie destruction of Maine in Havana is not n government on earth whose printing equals ours; not a single blue book which can be compared to the most ordinary depart uient report is sued at Washington. Everything about our public printing is perfect: The type is clean and clear; the press work is just right; the margins re spectable; the binding neat and sub stantial; maps and diagrams cor and drawings artistic. A famous European royal lady once said that she judged a woman by the stationery she used. Should the same discerning woman judge nations by their printing she would pronounce the I'nited States of America the neat est, cleverest and most powerful coun try, which, we know, it is. O. W. WEirPIEP.T. irrect, PREFER DEATH TO BLINDNESS Two Stnrllhiu InntnnrrH of llii'KlnJ Itecenllj l!,-,rled from Vicuna, Anntria. ship of inquiry the battle .......... j ins publication consisted of 2'JS pages of text, Ui full-page engravings and one lithograph in colors; and although the originals of the illustrations were not in the possession of the oflice until three o'clock p. m. f March 28, and the manuscript of the text was not re ceived until six p. of tlle Hnmfl day, complete printed copies, in pa per covers, were placed upon the desks of senators and representa tives by ten o'clock the following morning. In planning the new printing oflice ioe arcnnect, by the advice of the pub lic printer, has paid particular atten tion to light and ventilation. Light is supplied by a thousand windows, many of which face n spacious inner court, "ith additional ventilation from a somplcte exhaust system. Heat Is supplied by the latest system of di-rect-indirect steam. Arehitectunillv tl, i.:u: i s.. u,ij,ii ih une of tlie nnest specimens- of tp,. stee; skeleton class. The metal framing, which represents a weight f 6,000 tons, is completely covered bv fire proof material. The, brick , 'of tl)t. oust variety, including a largo quaa- A Hungarian woman and an Aus trian judge committed suicide because they were appalled by fear of total blindness. Miss Michael Yung, who lived alone, but in comfort, in (iross wardein, had been told by the doctors that blindness was her unavoidable ...,s, .-,., mi,-uccouiii. irom vicuna. Mie straightway had a large carving knife sharpened, lay down on her bed and cut her throat so savagely that ner nead was detached from the body roller! ott the bed and was found on the floor by those who entered the room in the morning. .uuri louticiJor von Holzinger, the most learned, most feared, yet up riKlit .judge of the high court of Vi .-mm, oiew out ins brains. He met all his friends in the last week of his life, visited all his favorite spots, s.-enir,i q,me llms,.If all 1he tin passed Jus very last day precisely as usual, and at 12:30 that night went 10 ins olhce in the courts, locked him sen in, wrote a few lines to tay that fear of blindness made him wish to end his life, and he hoped that his iriemis would forgive him the bru lamy or nis exit from life, then shot rnniseii. A correspondent who lives in West field, Chautauqua county, X. y., te. scribes an excellent method of mount, ing a grindstone. The frame is shaped like a blunt-pointed wedge. The width at one end is about six inches and at the olhcr it slightly exceeds the diameter of the stone. Hits of s,.,, oi ling are used for the end pieces, am the edges should be properly bevelled. To these are nailed side pieces of inch boards four inches wide. At the wide end of the frame the side pieces can be extended a few inches and rounded off for handles. Xail three legs to the outside of the j end pieces. Cut the leg pieces wide at the top and taper to the bottom so that they will be wide where they join ranee. vim bail nn busiue riiiladelpliia l'ress. 1'nee V an Too Knt. The Belgian hare Inc. none out of style The Kansas jack rabbit .-''1 the pace too fast tor the foreigner. Washington Post. RANK VANDALISM. The Worm Ce Wan That 0f an American Who Mew Out a Sucrcd I, lulil. Rider Haggard gives iu "A Winter Pilgrimage" some notable examples of the vandalism of tourists in the old world. The worst ease, we hope, in not true, and if true, that it is not fold of an American, eays Youth's Com panion. It was in Cyprus. A traveler, a man of practical mind, visited a famous shrine where a holy lump had been kept burning for several hundred years. An ancient monk wua showing the lamp. "Yes, noble pilgrim," said he, "I have watched it for 60 years, and the good father who was before me tended it for 71; ho you will see that the flume has had but two guardians in i.tn years." "And before that?" asked the trav eler. "Uefore that, uoble pilgrim? Ah, we do not know! All we know, for the books show' it, Is that the everlawing flame has not been out for 500 years. It is said, indeed, for 800; but thnt it tradition. Here is a copy of the book. Would his excellency like to see Jty" - The uionk turned to reach down the volume. "Never been out?" puffi "x(. said (he traveler, reflectively, "nj. way, 1 guess it's out uowj' SENSIBLE GRINDSTONE FRAME. ends, and thus brace and stiffen the frame. You can use hard wood for boxes, but metal is preferable. Take a bar of iron one one-quarter inches square and five feet long. Have a bearing turned at one end, and an other 10 inches from the other end. Then spt off one foot in length to form a crank, as shown. Drill a hole in the end for crank pin, on which put a loose shield. fine great advantage of mounting stone in this fashion is that, you can grind axes and scythes without inter fering with the person who turns the crank. N. Y. Tribune. St, Jacobs PECULIAR TO ITSELF. There is no other remedy like St. Jacobs Oil. The vegeta ble ingredients fr?m which it is made consist in part of heal ing, soothing, and fragrant balsams gathered with the greatest care from the different parts of the world by trusted agents the active principles of which are to kill pain, cure Rheumatism, and remove all bodily aches and pains. It penetrates to the very founda tion of the difiiculty, and re moves the direct cause of pain. No other remedy does this so thoroughly and effectu ally as St. Jacobs Oil. It has cured hundreds of cases where pain had held the body In tor ture for years, after every other form of treatment had failed. ACTS LIKE MAGIC. Conquers Pain Double, Bush t, Trailing SWEET PEAS A Doctor's Little Daughter Cured of Grip by Pe-ru-na. Dr. Ii. ltobbins, Physician and Sur geon of Muskogee, Indian Tec, writes; "I have been n tiractielnrr nbvsiehm for a good many years and was always slow to take hold ut patent medicines, but, this winter my little girl and my self wen; taken with the grip. I was so bad I was uot able to sit up. I sent for ii doctor, but be did me no good. "Finally I sent and got a buttle, of l'eruna and commenced to take it. I took two bottles and my cough was gone mid my lungs loosened up and my head became clear. Aly little girl took the same way. "It looked as thourh she would! die, she was so skk. I gave her medicine, but It seemed to do her little good, so I sent and got one more bottle of l'eruna and commenced to give It to her. It was only a short time until she was getting along all right, so I give your medicine, l'eruna, the praise for what it did for me and my dear little daugh ter." Dr. R. Robbins MM MINAlo bTER L0N5 so ,1 th 1C llllu R.l onf h, i ad h in tlcl rerima fixes hero1.'" We can never iirair?' -Mrs. c, i;. i,n., ; Mrs. 11. AY. I,.,ar,! sen To.mis, u rile i to Hi 8 regard to her Irak, "My little girl had m ment of the bowels. Slitnn skeleton and we dhl im he would ever get well. Ait.:!" less than one hoMcofte-iS sound and well. AVnv sitvo, , annetite and is a nlciurenifi- tin Mrs. lieu rl also writafciod her son, Curl : "j tn "My sen's ears hadbt') since he was a babe only ,'!;;!' old. The last year I tiwcm almost lost his hearing ioo local physician tre Ming Sir j,, six weeks. VlnuUy I begin;; t your remedy, and alter k Hi two bottles he was enf'rt;"ju cannot praise VriiM etNu..m O. IV. Heard. inl If you do not receive peol satisfactory results from '.: 8 l'eruna, writo at once to ft urj giving a full statement of-JJJj and ho will bo pleased tu g fte valuable advice gratis. In Address Dr. 1 (art man, P'' Tho Ilnrtman S;i ni t:i rium.C ' to mm 1 1 tds phi tin Ttit firm wat, pnrfucln Tmn CO to Hfl huthrli nf giutti bikWwm f bay.M grto,l a thutithy, per cr. H ur ttie iiitiuilueeri- ifea I Tho crffttMt grat(f '.be cttiturr. M r art" ihf f i tr li eru Iv largo KruMcra nf iai.in t.tr tl in Amerirvi. .id , llroniua riel.l!! i..ih i.rhai ntxl (iainl bm,,f in-t ,--,.. . i .'. It will roi wliertTcrwil 1 rutin. I. It U in ai;n. u'Mi"il farmer nugb; to jilani It. ItH uiuiity mnkor. Trr it Or 1 iguetelh. cmicit-v T8. Of Fodder Plants Grasses and Elnw ' ,WAhVi t,lu."r,t"sl rrJr of fo-'-ler pHnti feu ml (n an ' U!..R..e V ''"1e' aiirPHt rr(iiuiir 1 i :(., i .......... . .1... . , 'J" ' fi. liili maiv afirr Mailing. Our IV nit Kiv't!i Htun t h-iv .cr; ' 7, , ' . v o i. ku'oi i t w ioiii or itrccn rw.iiicr; d.ir '1 luiii-tunl 4T '"l,rl n:wn it.e ni n it - n,-n, ami ,h,ihi hi fT r"'r(((ai n piiuttj poaeil.:t-. Wtariaiit uur rr n...i.. TRIPLE mCOME VfWM How would i.iii liimhoii per ner" itii; ?u it 'lie T.fiit tri-v Hell,. Salter icoriiHurlB will produce tiiUforyou in lm. t'am 1 wiicra plamt-a. rurnl!i t luxuriant frnt. i.f har (OTBr iMl,. puuu.t mill (he imttt lew year). VEGETABLE JBfra.e , thlWt ltriia. Choieo onimi f-i , iUfOe. ami una Ka' i't. it bnvp a tr-tiii'inloi. toib ..r im.. , ....i i i. ... l. '. cnrli I .11 --ft ; rm B,H.it trcrlMn. Our .",1, ,, ,,,, lh8 lM lh - , A 6 gwdcuBf and lariuer .uti. r. ' - y For 10c Worth $10. Our treat Oktalnn; with large tiumberof rare f a m fimtile it Itlllicl .0 Toil unnrt lee, 1, f h... Iii- larm.fi. Hieieiei'dnare wttivi l? worili IU inert aiart. JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO.. jua urooso. e i- Sv ;V.7te, llotntlon for Wheat Gronrri, As to the best rotation of crops for a wheat prower, I would surjjrest the old rotation of corn, outs, wheat and clover or corn, soy benns or cowjieas. wheat and clover-with timothy. The latter rotation l think is the better one where the farmers can use the crops, as it is virtually petting two clover crops in the rotation or every second crop n lepuminons one. It must be borne in mind that no system in which the moct of the products ol the soil are removed from the farm can continuously preserve the fertil ity of the land. Unless the crops are parnany returned to the land by pasturing or hauling on manure the clover and beans or pens only form a means of more perfectly draining the land of its elements of fertility. H. d. jvicb, in rnrmers Jteview. TriiB Value) of Fertilizer). The farmer who buys a brand of fertilizer because it is low in price per ton may get a bargain, or he may be buying dirt and paying railroad freight on several hundred pounds of m every ion. lie may be wise, but we ininic ne IB otherwise. 2e' mm mi r -Nlsl i . mdoranrl llrmvn.n-d. Tim S ,n f,,r !.' I'1""' A ort, mtpnrkft end, for poMpoU. vJi?iJf l?lK , ' , '-'A,','A nf I'Iiiwit ftli V-fi-tl.lo S,:, ih . llulhs. I'ldi.tK ttu.l lure New l-'riilti, lit r. j '.i'i':'';:1' 'V r.-.t-.J, 1,,,-,-e -uurl plubw Kid " JOU. LEW IS H ll.lls,, Flonil Pnrk.M. Y. "mi,' tin I,-, ru-arli.t, I , , ,,,- !'l ur i;w,, rriil iiiKHueetlVnii- rail.s lii: t.,R ,f (rniivinur upright. Wlilte.rTiik.Yrr. 1,, ,.-,!jivi'ii(l.i-ftiiilSt,Arlou TltSiinrtiiferlV. 31 u nil Wwoet Peni Oitnv in luu.li Torin with- Retnrnrd Ihr Cninpllmeiit. Dutv When I rnnio ,'r.lr, ..-..J iL- bnlldos showed his teeth. ' u U1" rabies-And what did von dn? Diisty-riie proper tiling; 1 showed him my heels. Iloaton Trunjiript. To Cure n Cold In oiie Day :,!tp J'"31 ive Uromn Quinine Tablets. Ml druKifi.stsrafimdnioiieyifitfallstociii'e.aao. Or Tie It (o Hie Iii(K sinr. "The new Mar in lVrscus is traveling at the rale ef SO.tluO miles a second." "droit .Saturn! Say wouldn't there be fun to Inn u if they slioulr. hitch the 'Dinner' to its tail. '-Cleveland J'lain Dealer. Tiso's Cure is the best medicine wo ever tised lor all aHectinns nf the throat ami When a mnn gets old enough to want to look young he quits supplying date With ins ImvlHiiiH t'en!iniu,.o,w.a ... I...1:..-. polls News. v"' ",umu- There ia no trick in dyeing. You can Bio Sole for Mimic. "TTr.w nimuvt" vn!..:-.l 1C. r, .. hnt is val-, boodwin, at the AVagner recital. "Mv font lias gone to tlecp-and ;,, all this noise, too! Chicago Daily News. . Well, W lnrley, did you find tint the di- feature returned youv love';" soon as i oilercd it to her." ft ' ' , lW "ut -:'Ai5N Ukt-j. Sin A . M removes fror.re Mm w 4 m '-fc I tm IT. - - ; w i essi r mm r0t liable In a commercial fertilizer ia tb nitrogen, phosphoric arid and potnslJ it contains. The experiment stafiona! of most of the states where fertilizers' 7k'e J'01"1!? (-'' ore used and sold publish bulletins on I JiJZrt, Itilu c,,l,t,.. ..II , , AJUIIUUIl 111- ... mm, nn coin-erne.(i snoulO Tt Tead and study. Farm Journal. . d1n ny V'T !' wa donkey he .... .... i in; Km niniscit to death. v,u,.,iK,, ijuuy fteWS. .-Hits. sin,m,o,.,u,...Y CAIlTI01(ril,egciiiili18,n,e,,1,1,,eanai;ticeonV0UoS jtonee mcreait or tola in taUe Moiet lHW)?Btts.1s Tnlrs. Bmsmmismamm 1901 1,560,720 Pairs. thi'mSbonb"" DoubM '" F""r m- a.W .IK,,., , llilli iliiy on,,.,. t wo .,. f," "J" cZ!!L ?" bBSt "?" tntMIng Patent Zi rLPS'0!'? cl?'l National Kangaroo. tote expcct-the 1 ds-'T "crIwWIy re. ! opiuipMK - auced circuuiiitunces. C h o,m., fk.ii.. ?.ot& Jf ".! ua mtmnSU S&& A ljun fra The fcr:. ,rn, plied, must '4. tl , r, , . "din enough IVits ?iai land will lp0l ducing povew lni Read tutdtf RU oa crops iw' j CERMAN KAll'i'l M Nawu S'-A fl' OLD SORES ii'h! Alli'n'iiUlcerineK.ilve -ili'f flirnnl' ". 1 Srrnlulniia ripi'r. Hrlfeiw I'lrrn, ln,ll'" 1 1 lfr.. White Hw,iiIR, llllt 1 (., Surf.. alli,M,(,m, l,lhi., nu rllnr. Undlni. K, a.ll, as, n j. e. AUW inrj Iti 3 'J fcj BlMtCiouiih Syrup. Tlill"t, . A. N. K.-F Isw awaigw Daily Stem. ITAfagaA CJ o KKW IIISI VI, uiil.-k rpll":- ll,ikor t.(.Oiilcmlali nii'l l"!,'J DROPSY hi irnlllll'.lllBIs in,,. , II. II. UKmS' HIIMI, llo " lirh Art n U i ss-s a t'.-;al ra el . 4 '". ,11'5Bt,n?' ln,9 on15r Jurablft wall coat ing, takes the place of scaling kalBomlnes wall paper and paint for walls. It can lie uied oa piaster, htkk. wood or canva, AlaTiasllne can bo used over paint or paper; paint or paper can bo used ove? Alabatlne. Buy only In five pound pack ago", properly, mUMsaj take uu ss'uute. and ltury wall cover n Aini'inJii l" J i knpres n"v . Alaihnmlne paekntreg tliiiin Anyone can brush HsV"-i" dialer for tint card. "Al.ll"1'1'- trtis, Aii4l)iWHueo..i3t'ftudi:it'