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I am a farmer located near Stony Brook, one of the most mulanous districts In this State, and was bothered with malaria for years, at times so I could not work, and was always very constipated as well. For years I had malaria so bad in the spring, when engaged in plowing, that I could do nothing but shake. I must have taken about a barrel of quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtained any permanent benefit. Lad f ill, in peach time. 1 had a most serious attack of chills and then commenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a friend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and I have never been without them since. I lake one Tabule each morning and night and sometimes when I feel more than usually exhausted I take three in a day. They have kept rr.v stomach sweet, tnv bowels regular and I have not had the least touch of mal iria nor splitting headache since J commenced using them I know also that I sleep better and wake up more refreshed than formerly. ! don’t know how many complaints Ripans Tabules will help, but I do know thev will cure any one in the condition I was and I would not be without them at any price. I honestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the world, as they ar* also the most beneficial and the most convenient to take. I twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, the same as most farmets, both early and late and in all kinds of weather, and ’ have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; in fact, my neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have said, “ Say, John, what are you doing to look so healthy ? ” ... IKU - A ,iu. of bad health thin RTF ANS will n< t bvnvlU. 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Address, FARM JOURNAL chas. v. jKNkiMs. Philadelphia Fcr all Kinds of Furniture, Window Shades, Curtain Fixtures, Feathers, Pillows, Blankets and Comforters, J$ Glass, Putty and Household Varieties, Picture Framing and All Kinds of Repairs Neatly Done, *£%£* QO TO CONRADIN JECKLIN, WABENO, WIS, Prop, of M. W. of A. Hall. DAILY EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA Through first class and Tourist Sleeping Cars to points in California and Oregon every day in the year from Chicago PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS Every Thursdav from Chicago LOWEST RATES SHORTEST TIME ON THE RO * 0 FINEST SCENERY Only route by which you can leave home any day iu the week and travel *n tourist cars on fast trains all the way. For descriptive let* full information inquire of nearest agent. Northern Wisconsin Artvertisar. St the Pom Offiea in Wabaaa, V ■ aeeood-elaaa mall matter. faUbM .r.ry TKnradny at Wtlua V oraat C'onnty, VS is. COSOIAL O. HIMLMT. Kditor and Proprietor Sabaeription fin par year la adnsMk, km ale eopiea free — II ■ NIAGARA’S POWER-HOUSE. Method by Which Great Waterfall it Harnessed. The visitor co Niagara Falls this summer who returns after ten years’ absence will find It hard to realize that in the interim the immense pow er-supply with which he is familiar has been tapped, and that under his feet there rushes a torrent which has been diverted from Its wasteful leap over the cliff and has been forced to turn the wheels of man. If, however, he will walk up the river to a point about opposite the lower end of Grass island, he will find anew canal, 250 feet In width and 1,700 feet long, con ducting a lazily flowing stream of water away from the main body and leading it to a handsome limestone building of pleasing though plain architectural design. On entering this building, he will dlccover that the interior is one long room, where in are placed in a single row running centrally throughout the entire length ten mammoth electrical generators, revolving In all the majesty of In herent power. And this Is the result of all the planning and designing, the financiering nad legislative delibera tion; this is the central source from which the hundred new industries at tracted to anew manufacturing center obtain their powe - . and upon which Buffalo, fifteen mi'es away de pends for the operatio of many of its street railways and mills. That canal which so unostentatiously takes Its fraction from the Niagara river has a capacity in its twelve feet of depth to serve the station with water sufficient for the generation of 100,- 000 horse-power, twice the capacity of the present electrical installation. The power station is nearly 500 feet long, and is built over an excavation In the solid rock 178 feet deep, which runs its entire length—a mammoth cellar. This is the wheel-pit wherein, at the bottom and directly under the dynamos in the room above, are placed the immense turbine water wheels which change the energy stored in the falling water into me chanical rotation. The turbines and generators are directly connected by shafts made of 38-inch steel tubes, % Inch in thickness, narrowing down to short, solid sections, occasional to pass through guides which maintain the vertical alignment and terminat ing in 11%-inch hollow-forged dy namo shafts at the upper end. The immense weight of this shaft and of the revolving parts of the water wheels and dynamos is supported by the water impinging against the blades o fthe wheel and the upward thrust of the water against a balance piston, which is formed by the car rlcr of one of the turbine blades of the wheel and the upward vertical thrust is taken up by a thrust bearing near the dynamo floor. The pen stocks, which 'conduct the water from the canal to the turbines, con sist of 7%-foot steel tubes running from the head gates at the surface to the turbine “deck” 140 feet below, paralleling the connecting shafts. No draft tubes are used on the other side of the waler-wheels, the water after leaving them, simply dropping to the bottom of the wheel-pit where a short, curved passage conducts it to the exit tunnel, and it flows at the rate of about 20 miles an hour to the river below.—William C. Andrews in American Monthly Review of Re views. A Rebuff for Spain. "Curiously enough." notes the New York Press, “the Spanish government cherishes the delusion that it holds a brief in favor of the religious or ders in the Philippines. A recent diplomatic note to the Vatican pro testing against the threatened confis cation of the property of the friars and beseeching the pope to use his authority to prevent this spoliation was met with so sharp a rebuke that the attempt on the part of Spain to intervene in the matter is not likely to bo repeated. If the authorities of the church should settle the differences between the Filipinos and the friars in a manner satisfactory to the former they would relieve this government of a great embarrassment." VICTIMS OF THE HEAT. Torrid Wave Seems to Cover Most of ; the Country. Milwaukee, June 27.—Record-break ing heat prevailed in some parts of the state yesterday. There was one prostration in Milwaukee. At Berlin J. Bernhart died from sunstroke. Chicago. June 27. —There were four fatalities and a score of prostrations yesterday as a result of the torrid weather. The dead: George Smith, Emma Jefferson, Walter Steinberg, John Volkman. New York. June 27.—Wednesday was the hottest day of the year. A number of prostrations were reported. Dubuque. June 27.—The tempera ture was 98 here yesterday. There were several prostrations among 6,000 excursionists from Aurora, 111. Burlington. Ia„ June 27.—The ther mometer r-'si-tr-red 100 yesterday. Three prostrations were reported. A negro convict in the county jail went violently crazy. It is thought by reason of the heat. Des Moines, la., June 27.—James R. Elfritz, a driver, was prostrated by the heat yeeterda) Evansville, Ind., June 27.—Two farm hands near Newburg died yesterday from the heat. Mrs. Anne Charlotte Walker died here. The thermometer registered 100. Business men who lack the vim, snap and vigor they once had, should use HERBINE, it will purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the system. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postoffice store. Gov. Savage of Nebraska says that no blood shall be shed at the bull fight in South Omaha. Those who live on farms are especially liable to n'.any accidental cuts, burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT is appplied. Price, 25 and 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. Capt. George C. Whitcomb of Min neapolis, a well-known Minnesota pioneer, died. HERBINE dears the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, cures headache, regulates the stomach and bowels, stimulates the liver, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of the health. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. Agricultural products valued at $420,- 139,288 were imported into the United States in 1900. There is no longer an excuse for anyone to endure the torture inflicted by piles when TABLER’S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them, a remedy so moderate in price and so effective. Price, j 0 cents in bottles. Tubes. 75 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. Officials of the St. Paul declare that there Is no deal on looking to the con trol of the road. Children often cry, not from pain, but from hunger, although fed abundantly. The trouble arises from inanition; their food is not assimilated, but devoured, by worms. A few doses of WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE will destroy the wc-ms, when the children will begin to thrive at once. Price, 25 cents. For sale at Post offlce store. The body of the Chicago boy who was thought to have been kidnapped Is found in the lake If the stomach, liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally, the blood becomes con taminated with impurities, and the whole system is in consequence de bilitated. HERBINE is remarkable for its efficacy in curing the ailments of summer, and the disorders pre valent during hot weather. Price, 50 cents. For sale at Postofflce store. A Minneapolis judge appointed a re ceive* for the American Mining and TtjVGotiuCiit cciiiptAuj. DO YOU WANT TO Save Money? Send in your name and address and get our Catalogue of all kinds of Merchan diseat pi ices defying competition. Fully illustrated catalogue sent on receipt of 10c for postage. KAHN. GREEN & BERGER. 2ft7 to 261 Dearborn street, CMoMjgo. 111. Catalogue innlleil during July. 50 YEARS’ ■ V L J J 1 L J # j m ■ ■ i I I I 4 V I [• 1 Trade Marks Designs r Copyrights dtc. Anyone sending a sketch and description mas qulcklv ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably parent able. Communica tions st rictly confident ini. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Muna & Cos. receive ipccinl notice, without charue, in the Scientific American. 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