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It was thoiiKht by the Danes to be cowardly to attack an enemy aftor Dietitian, uut on one occasion when mey were waging war In Scotland, the? deviated from their usual mla. On Uioy crept, noiselessly and unob served, in tnoir baro feet, upon the unsuspecting Bootchnmn. When near ine camp one of the. Dnnea trod upon thistle and In Mb pain cried out. inis aroused tho sleeping Scotchmen ana woy gave tlio alarm. TUo Danci were defeated with terrible loss of llfo, and ever since that tlmo the tiilstle bns been tho Insignia of Scot land, with tho motto: "Nemo me ln pun Incestlt." So one provokes me with impunity.' Thf Is mora Catarrh tn thli section of itw eountn than all Miliar dbeim put together, rud until lb lul few jreera w eupixjeen fa be Incurable. Kf arret many y&srt doctor, pnmnunced It a lovsl discs and incur, with local Ireslment nnii..rfi..ui1 tt ,....,..1. J Scleor. hu prut eo eeurrb lu be i constitutional duv esse end therefor, requires coeiMtuilousltreaimrat. Hslls ('(rrh t'ura. msnufarturrd hi K. J.cbeae Ct..T"leJO.OhlU. ! Illtl On I.I '.anal 1 1 till.u.. I , mm tbe BiarkeL It ! uk tateniallr In d'wi (rum lu woo,, m, kHppiM.nitu. it sets mroclly t.n tbe hUkti. and mucous surfaces of the system. Th-y oner on . ... wij eih it sane w cur. v. .in aiiM ir.uuiiiitisi.. Add rem F. J. cilKNfcx CO.. Toledo, Cale. uirelels. S-iidi.r UruKiiuu.T.v ail's raniuy I'lilt far nwiUpaUus, Tennyson's Melancholy. After meeting Tennyson for the first time, an Englishman asked the poet's friend, Jonas Speddlng, If bis temperament was as melancholy as bis rountenanro Indicated. "Well Speddlng began, thoughtfully, "I fancy when he Is alone Tennyson finds him self In very grave company." Important to Mothers. Ktamlne carefully every bottle of CAHTOIfTA, a safe and ran Rowdy for Intacta sod children. sol m that It Been the Blgaatitr. la J Far Over SO Yean. TL Kind Yost Uav. AJwaya bought. Perhaiis the reason a woman is con tinually looking lu a mirror Ik because he wants to see herself as others see her. Lewin' Winnie Hinder coat a more than oilier or cignra. Smoker, know why. lour dealer or Unia' Factory, l'ooria, 111. Ho knows not the value of flower who never botany. SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S Positively cared by these LlltU Pills. aeaea. Tney aieo relieve uie- t 1 ITTLC tieeafromDyapepaia.ini 11 !,,in ctljci Ion and Too Hearty II I V t R KlnS- A perfect rem- I I L. I edy or Dlstineaa, Nau l f ILL 9a e Drowalneaa, Bad I I l Taate In lha Mouth, Coat r mmmf ed Tooirne, Pain In th "' lain. TOHP1D LIVEK They regulate Uie UofcU. Purely Vegetable SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Facsimile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION IN OLD VIRGINIA Complete in all Departments. Open September, October, November. Go via Norfork and Western Ry. Through Sleeping Cars St Louis, Chi cago. Tolodo, Cincinnati to Norfolk. Low rates now in effect For all in" formation call on your nearest Ticket Agent, with this ad or write W. t WtflfWOOD, T. P. a., 410 State Lite Hot , Indiaaaaetu. lad. ALLEN MULL, 0. P. A.. tMsabea, Okie. w. a. ievill. a. . a. , f iraiaia. CAPUDIIME nrp It removee the canes, fjUffCS eoothra the aerree and w (,w, a. ach.a and GOLDS AKD GRIPPE 3 Pnrerieh. It cur ra all ' and nceralria alao. No bad Seeta. Mc. 2Se aud eoc bottles, tltocm) PATENTS fatoat Attn. Bf, VVMhlbatnn, IdTMi 11 PracUcaWt "bail tte C 1 iS35S CARTERS fTlTTlE iflVER abden A WIRE REEL. One Which Will Make the Unstringing or Fence Wire an Easy Task. I will give a way to unstring fence wire and tho device used Is easily tnado utid very hundy as no bruko Is The Handy Wire Reel. needed and a corner Ik Just as east ly turned with it as If you had no wire on at all, writes a correspondent of The Farmer. It can be made of two 2x6 Inch pieces two feet eight Inches long and 1x6 Inch pieces, one foot eight Inches long and 1x2 Inch pieces, three feot one half Inch long. An old fork hnndle can he used to put through the spool. Tho spooler goes In the back end of the wagon box In stead of an enilgnte. The lxiis are nulled on the ends of the 2x6s. LIMING S0IL8. Make Tests With Blue Litmus Paper Before Applying Lime. The acidity or alkalinity of tho soil may be tested by the use of blue lit mus paper, which can be secured of any druggist. The litmus test may be made by moistening a portion of the oil so that It will stick together, and Inserting the litmus paper In a cut made with a knife, and closing the soil together compactly around the paper. If within a half hour or less the litmus paper turns pink the need of lime is Indicated. Where tests are not made.and the soil has not been limed for years. It Is much safer to lime than to run (he risk of the alfalfa or other crops being killed out by the acidity of the soils. The amount that should be applledwarles with different soils, clay soils requiring a heavier application than sandy soils. On clay soIIb which hnve not been limed In many years alKiut one ton per acre should be applied, while solli In which tho acidity has been partially corrected should receive a proportionate amount. On sandy or humus exhausted soils it Is not ad visable to put on more than one thous and pounds at one time, for lime Is an Indirect fertilizer, and liberates plant food by hastening decomposi tion of the organic mattor In tho anil, and thus reduces Its fertility. Clay soils are more retentive of plant food, so that less Is lost by this decomposi tion, and, furthermore, tho clay soils are Improved greatly In texture by the collection of the smaller particles of the soli Into larger ones. Oyster shell llmo or stone lime is generally used, though other eub stanccs, such as marl, may be used more economically, where they can be obtained on tho .arm for the ex pense of digging. The lime should be applied on the surface, and worked In with the surface soil, and It should be put on In as active n condition as possible. To do this the lime should be slaked with water, nnd as soon as slaked should bo spread as evenly as possible. It may be applied with a shovel, or with the lime attachment which comes with foet manure spread ers. Ground stone lime, which has re cently been put on the market, says the Journal of Agriculture, Is a finely ground lime, which Is easily distribut ed, and Is thought to be better than the burnf lime, as It enn be -applied In the active slate. It can be applied through the fertiliser attachment of the ordinary grain drill. FALL PLOWING PAYS. Put Ground In Better Bhane for Spring Seeding. I plow my land very deeply In the fall and then leave It. It absorbs a good deal of rain during the winter and does not wash as badly as It would were It left packed down. Not only this, but I usually turn under some green growth that will decom pose during the winter, adding humus to the soil and Improving the physical condition, writes correspondent of Orange Judd Farmer. If this la left over till spring it will lose much of Its value as a green manure. The good start which an early eeded crop gets Is a strong argument In favor of fall plowing, for It enables me to get a good, strong stand before tbe dry, hot months come, when the crop suffers much from drouth. From year bf experience, I believe that land plowed In the aprlng packs much worse than that plowed In the fall, and when plowed in the aprlng It Is usually a little wet and hard to handle. I have seen much land ruined by Its owner being crowded In tbe spring and thus forced Lp plow when the land was far too wet Tor such an operation. If you discard every bird that ahow. ft'gni of sickness, your obances mill b better for keeping the flock acaichr. JT A MISSOURI WOMAN Telia a 8tory of Awful Suffering and Wonaerful Rails'. Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of 603 West Hlckmaa St., Columbia, Mo., says: "Following an opcratlou two year ago, dropsy set in, and my left slilo was BO swollen the doctor said ho would have to tap out the water. Thoro was constant pain and a gurgling sensation around my heart, and I could not lalso my arm above my head. Tho kid ney action was dlsor- lered and passages of the secretions xx frequent. On the advice of my busband I began using Doan's Kidney PUls. Hlnco using two boxes my trou ble has not reappeared. This Is won derful, nrter suffering two years." Bold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fostcr Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. TRU8TED TO THE MOSQUITOES. All Officer Had to Do Was Sit on the Bank and Walt. County Game Warden Charles Dan- ioi trusts to nature and that uccounts for the rapture of Ducull Hell, livlnfc on Anchor street, River Kouge. The other morning Charles went out to round up some duck hunters. Down the road near tbe mnruhlunds he saw Hell making away with a mud hen. Ho gave chuse. Overtaking Dugull, that worthy hunter did the only thing left for him to do leaped Into the bog. Daniel's 200 pounds didn't permit him to follow. So ho sat down on the bank and waited. Out In the bog, waist deep. Blood Dugull. On the bank, lazily smoking, the warden smiled As ho saw an army of mosiiuitoes approaching. He cov ered his head with the automobile robo. I'nder cover he could hear the buzzing and Imagine the rest. When tho buzzing ceased he looked at Du gull. Dig welts covered his face, neck and hands. He didn't say a word. Daniel waited. Two hours later Hell said, "I've had enough." He came out of the bog, was arrested and later released on his promise to appear in court Detroit News. Fireproof writing paper is the latest novelty. This makes It all the more dangerous to be a statesman. Don't Buy Fake Stocks Buy Land. The Safest and Most Profit able of All Investments. The Famous Simmons Ranch In the Most Fertile Part of South Texas is Truck Farms Irom 10 to 640 Acres $210 Each, Payable $10 a Read What Others Say of It: Eckrrt, Tojiw, April 10, 1007. Dr. C. F. Simmnn. Kan Antonio, Tx. Pear Kir: I have jnt returned from a tour of three dn' injw-tinn of your AUneoNt County Tea Knnrh nnd I will rI.iiIIv any that I found it equally ss Rood at yon claim, and I Iwlirve, ii even U'ttcr, at IpuhI K per rent, of the land would lie line funning land. Well, as to the ri of the IhkIv of I lie bind, it is at fine na I ever in. When this section seta a railroad, which it aoon will have, nnd must have, an the country ilemnnds it, that rectum will lie equal in value with any section in the ntntef liecnupe ou ran crow whatever you tvii to plant, and it ran he kept growing, with the abundance of water which is obtoiiuihle either in nhallow or arteiiian wel!n. 1 find anllicient timber for pet. nnd wood, the balance of the lnnd is month' prairie, with 101110 small brash and pear. Yours truly, C. M. I.INUHOLM. Write at once for book of views of the ranch, complete literature and name of nearest agent. DR. C. F. 215 Alamo Plaza, For him who aspires and him who loves, life may lead through the thorns, but It never stops lo the des ert. Lord Lytton. Southern Wisconsin Corn and Clover Ijinrl only 8. Some Timber. Near R. U. Easy Term.. Evans Real Estate Co.,St.Paul. Architects In many Instances are specifying electric plate warmers In new bouses being constructed. Mrs. Wlnatowe Soothing- ftynn. for rblldraa smUiIm, aoruai to. guns, nlalsi ta aaauiattaa.aUayaaiaMnawsa4wiJu. noabwue. A well at New Burlington, O., yields both salt and fresh water. hc,UM of l,,0M For Women's Agonies Bll TEA FR'JM THE FLOWERS. r,V Product Little Known In United States. the Ten. not from leaves, but from tho flowers alone of tho plant. Is rarely en countered In commerce. The potals, stiinious, etc., are sun dried, and the resulting tea Is of a rich, deep brown hue of peculiarly dullento odi r, and gives a pnle umber colored Infusion rather more astringent In tasto thnn that from the average fair grade leaf. The tastn for it Is an ucquired one, und even If this tea could bo made commercially pontile, It Is doubtful If it would ever becotno popular. The American lea trade conld ad vantageously take a Biugcstloa from the brick d a of tho far cast. In our country, tho tea diiBt, ome of which Is good quality, is not properly utilized. In Europe It is a regular article of trade, and it Is advertised and sold as tea dust. In America It la sold to thousands of cheap restau- tnnts, who make from It the mlxturo of tunic acid, sugar and boiled milk which Ihey sell as "lea." If, as In the orient, this dust was compressed Into bricks, good tea could bo made from it. FIFTEEN YEAR8 OF ECZEMA. Terrible Itching Prevented Sleep Hands, Arms and Legs Affected Cuticura Cured In 6 Days. "I had eczema nearly fifteen years. The affected pasts were my hands, arms and legs. They were the worBt in the winter time, and were always Itchy, and I could not keep from scratching them. I hud to keep both hunds bandaged nil the time, and at night I would have to scratch through the bandages as the Itching was so severe, and at times I would have to tear everything off my hands to scratch the fckln. I could not rest or sleep. I hnd several physicians treut me but they could cot give me a permanent cure nor even could they stop the Itch ing. After using the Cuticura 8oap, one box of Cuticura Ointment and no bottles of Cuticura Resolvent forabeUi six days the Itching had ceased, and now the sores have disappeared, and I never felt better In my life than I do now. Kdward Worell, Hand 30th U. S. Infantry, Fort Crook, Nebraska." Tho less some people havo to say the more difficult it is for them not to say 1L Now on the Market. and of Amazing Fertility lor Sale at Month Without Interest. SIMMONS, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. The agonies that you suffer every month, can be relieved. Take Cardui. During over SO years this purely vegetable remedy has been successfully used by more than a million women and still continues its good work in the relief and cure of womanly pain and suffering. Thousands of ladies have written to tell how they were cured by Wnee for the benefit of other suffering women. Mrs. M. Stout, of "I suffered with female weakness and pains in my back and bad I could hardly walk. I took Cardui and now I feel like tlTniTI? ITO f f lTI.'Ts Write today for a free copy of vsliubie 64-p.i ITtiirtrwt The Edison company of Milan, Italy, Ii at the head of the largest hydro generating syndicate ever formed in that country. For the Greatest Success. Life la greater than any series of eurroundlngs that may affect It, and the greater auccess In life consists in following the possibilities of our high est selves Ridley. Lewis' Single Binder etrnlirlit He. Ton pay loj for ei ivara not ao good, x Factory, Peoria. III. Your dcal- er or Iwu Bteel piles are now economically cut off by the use of the electric aro. -"'"'y raxJ,alr. Uh "LA Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Succeeds. One of the greatest triumphs of Irdiu K. Pinlthuiu's Vegetable Com pound is the conucrin of woman's dread enemy Tumor, The growth of a tumor is so in sidious tlint frequently iln presence is wholly unsuspected until it u well advanced. ro culled "wanilerlnff pains" may come from its early atages or the pretence of danger may bo mado manifest by excessive monthly periods accompanied by unusual pain, from the abdouicu through tbe groin and thiirn. If you hnve mysterious pains, if there are indications of Intlauiniation or displacements, secure a bottle of Lydia K. I'lnkhnm's Vegetable Com pound, mado from native roots aud herbs, right away and bepin its use. Xhe following letters should con vince every surfering woman of ita virtue, and that it actually does conquer tumors. Mrs. May Fry, of 830 W. Colfa Ave , South Iknd, lud., writes I Dear Mrs. l'inkhara : "I take great pleasure In writ ing to thank you for what Lydia 10. rinkhiim's Vegetable Compound has done for me. 1 also took the lllood 1'uriHer in alt-ruate ilow-s with the Compound. Your medicine removeil a cvst tumor of four years' growth, which three of tho best physicians declared I had. They had said that onlv nn oneration eouUl heln mc. 1 nut very thankful that I followed a friend's advice and took your medicine. It has made me a strong and well woman and I shall recommend it as long as 1 live." Mrs. E. F. Hayes, of 26 EugjrlcsSL, Hostou, Mass., vrites : Dear Mrs. I'iulcham: "I have been unilerdlfTercntdoetors' treatment for a long time without relief. They told roe I had a tlbroid tumor, my abdomen was swollen and I suffered with great pain. I wrote to vou for advieo, you replied aud I followed your directions carefully and today I am a well women. I.ydia R. rinlthntn's Vegetable Compound ex pel led the tumor and strengthened my whole system." Mrs. Perry Byers, of ML Flcasaut, Iowu, writei : ST. LOUIS SCHOOL AND 1 ITS Teohnlcal Classes Competently cover the FIELD DRAWING, PAINTING. SCULPTURE, APRUEO ART tlluitratlon, Pottery, HoukMndlnf Coursee, HronauiKedly Practical Suaettee Nut Orand Prlte from International Jury; a year of It Income; Uaa J ,000,000 devoted to cArt Education in the Writ ri....at UAl orv r. iura 11 it ai a m a . ewi wmie. run luuaiHHitp wwrnptiPLm fhee. To convince snv woman that Ini-d line- AnUM-ptie will Improve Iut b.nlili ami do twl we claim fitl II U u-lll send her stiwlutily tree a large trial doi of faillne with lonk of Initrur. tlons and genuine testimonial., 8 end jrour oaiue ana nldrcm ou a postal curd. WW U.UUv WIIW KMUIGBS VU JO PAXTINEi eleanes and Ileal, mucous m e ni l.r..rt .1 fertlnni, such as nnal catarrh, twlilo cauirili and InfluiiimaUun cauxed by lcnil nine Ills 1 sure eye, aore throat and mouth, by direct local treatment Incur alive: power oer tliew timiM. s Is citra ordlnary ami elves 1'nmediato relief. Thoutiina of wone n sro using sml rcc ommenilliift It every day. Co cents at itninitlstsortiymnll. Itiuicmner, however, IT:uhtx Vol' notiii.;tH!Y it! Tilt. U. I' AXIOM CO., lloauiu, llui. RFAiFRC: ' thlt paper de lliiVii Lvll O stung to buy any thing advcrtiwdtn Its column, should Insist upon having what Ihey ask lor, relusing all iutu tuut cr imitations. y.vJLT? " CI CPTDHTVOCC MliCILUNtUUS kiakwinwi iru In jrrt arlty fn- ) at ttl. lomft prlws hy A.a.aiiAuwatrmuk,ta.ita.ai.,uiar; n FREE W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 & $3.60 SHOES, SIVA, Jtg38HOE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF -ro mmr THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRICES. S23. ODD ( J." "5." "S svwr W. L, )DasM sTom nor ma at mmU I Howard )srrm a.ao T1TK RKAHON V. T lkuKla. slioe. are worn By mora p.pl. la all valks of life than any oilier mak., la because of th.lr leellfnt ityle, eay-ttiiiK, and siirlor iarlnf qualltlM. TUe selMtloa of the bather, and other maurlala for eeh part of th. ado., and .very detail of the muklni la looked af terby the moat ooniplaUKH-K-anlantlon of unrrliitmdents.foremenand akllleil ihoentaken, who reoelv. the hlxhest waam paid In Us w, , , ' ' w.,.w wwmanunp cannot DO eleellen. If Ieould lake you Into my lnrge fai-lorlesmlirooklon.Msj.., """, JFa m carefully W.U ItoislanalHieiiarnmiide, yoo would then nndeniund why Ihey holiT their ahana, at J.lMr. JJr lenserand are of (teater value than any other malt.. CRKOLK" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, Denr Mrs. Fiiilthara : "I was told by my physician that f had a iibfuid tumor and that I woti)f have to be operated upon, I wrote to yon forailviiv, w hich I followed care fully nnd took I.ydia K. I'iukhutns Vegetable Coinxund J am nut ontjr cured of the turuor but other femaltt troubles and eau do all niv own work after eigh years of suffering." Mrs. S. J. Harbor, of Scott, N. Y. writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: "Sometime ago I wrote yon for ad vice ubout a tumor which ibedoelorei thought would have to be removed. Instead 1 took Lydia K. Pinkham s Vegetable Compouud aud to duy am at well woman." Mrs. M. M. Funk, Vandergrift. Fa., writes: Dear Mrs, Flnkham : "I bad a tumor and Lydla E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound removed it for me after two doctors had given me up. 1 won sick four years before 1 begun to take the ('omimund. 1 now reeotnuieud Lydia K I'iiikham's Vctfet- ublo Compound fur and near." Such testimony as above Is con vincing evidence thut Lydia E. I'iuk hain's Vegetable Compound stnnde without a peer as a remedy for Tumor (irowths as well ns other distressing ills of women, and such symptoms a lleoring-down Sensations, Displace incntx, Irregulnrities ami Ilockaclie. etc. Women should reinemlH-r that it Is Lydia K. IMukham's Vegi-tnble Com pound that is curing so muuy women. Don't forget to insist upon it w hen some druggist asks you to aecrpt something else which he calls "Just as good." Mrs. Piokham's Invitation to Woaca. Women suffering from any form of female weakness are luvitz-d to write Mrs. l'inkhara, Lynn, Muss., for advice. Nhe is the Mr. 1'lukhans who box been advising sick women free of ahargu for mora than twenty J rears, ami Ix'fore that she assisted icr mother-lu-law, Lydia E. Pink ham in advlsinrf. ThusNlieisospeeially well qualified to guide sick womeit back to health. MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS? J. Niw and Llboral Homeatoaat Rait'ulavttone in WESTERN CANADA New Diitricti Now Opened lor Setlleincal Sum of flic chcir-,t land in flu- ufatHi (( ing UcltK nf Sftikstitl-.-Wiiii aiitl AllM'it ..v recently ttrt-n vpnt4 for Miilfinrf.i unJar I hi hnviM l IIr-H)i-tt 4 HriiuUliiils 11 1 ( sinaseltV T li o 11 a Ii 'I of hi.n.t sic ail1) nf itViacrt- to-.L rn now avsiUlil. 1 lit m-v rr-ruUu'ii mak tt lnniiMe ftr fnirf tn bn matte hy ptoiy. the oijkj luniiy i li.it tn .my in tlm I nitrtl Siairn itt U wmiIii.b for. Any nirmber of a famtW utt rrta, ftmy foi nv ...Iut nirttibrt nf lb l-uniiy. wbr my bf ftiiitlrtl 10 m.iki' eiiny f r IriitHi-if lm in-rrlt. , hnlry nirfv now b injtif bcfcit lh Airni ur Sufc . Aarnt nf tht Iit.lu t bv puny, (nn r1 tfctn rorr liuiiHrbv lln-fjihpr. iiirttbfM- ton. djtnibifi, bititr . tx iIim of iiKi'iiJiiiif hQint-fttcuiJt.'r. I "Atiy ovf-n numlit-rM nn-tlon nt I'ofnlnliR t title hi Mnltol nr tii N.-rth W-i t'rTiiit-a, f-ifitHiK ml lei, m it nwrxl. mas' lie hcin I etfas'lfl (IV Silt M'rWl tilt bfavtt f h ratnttl . I nr in In Mirrllj ram nf to Itir ril nt of OM i iiiartirswv(iu, uf )f4aortj, tuurvur Irw.'1 i Thp fro in tjtrh run will li fro m, f'hnrMif. ficlionh aiKl markets convrnieut. ll'-etltbv t Iniiir, Iplcntti'l rixp. mirt gorl lw. Gtmn gtowrtiic aw Cetnlc f ai ing piinri)4l intitiMrtr.. I;or fititbiT i'atticuli ti. tn tA.rs, route, 19 limi lu go ud wlitr to locate, apply to 9. S. CtAWrORD. m W. Kimh St.. Kdmi ClfT. Mm C. J. BRUU0UTUN, Inoi 4J0 Quiocy 5U., Cbici. flC A. N. K. B (.90739) 2197. Gabbatha, Tenn., writes: limbs for a year. I was so a new woman." $1.00 Boo (or Women. If you nerd Mrdkal A4vtr. Vl.OO, retail. w f-ipk: I It' lfUr..i .aatafls.'iKtMA a- .