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WIDTH OF TIRE TO DRAFT.
Tigures Taken from Bulletin of the
Missouri Agrlcalturtl Experi
An Ohio correspondent writes an
Inquiry regarding some testa as Pj
the relative draft of wide and narrow
tlre.1 wagons on all kinds of roads and
fields, to which the Ohio Farmer re
idles that the bulletin referred to was
probably bulletin No. Zi, Missouri Ag
ricultural experiment station, which
Klves the ret-ults of th? extensive tests
by Prof. J. H. Vat;-s. The net load
used was always one ton, but the slx-itirh-tired
wagon a I45i nndn
heavier than the 1-5-im h-tlred one.
making the loads 3,2115 and :.SS)
pounds, respectively, when the wusrons
were not enrumhed with mud. The
results were as follows, in trlef: On
pood macadam rac tin? draft of the
wide tires w;;s !' per cent, less thau
the narrow. On Rravei road wide tire
was Zi. per rent, less. On dirt roa'.s,
dry Rnd smooth, no dust, wide tire was
SO K per cent. Ifis. On clay road, deep
potie.v mud. crying i n top, wide tire
was Z2 to t.l r cent- lews than narrow.
On llie'tltiote , rtubbiv, fri'iie WC
to dry, widij tire was from 1 to 12 J
per tent. le thin narrow. Ordinarily
the diflerrn would n:t be so marked,
as the dlfTrt-m-e la width of tires is
not so grot, usually, iiut there Is no
question t the pre.it alvant.ie In
havtni; Aii! t res. Another feature
that Is fi:poitL.r.t. ct.d that has bien
enforce! by law in some counties, is
to havtthe w:dth of treid in tr.e ici.r
and fowarJ axle dilerrr.t. This j.re
ents t'ie wheels frum truckles an 1
f aves 'titling up the road tj a great
Jf.neclic Suggested by Ceroid Hc
Crtrthy of tha Kovth Caroliua
Animals and children fri-o,uer.tly rat
the titc';!i pad baibs of pob:c:iou
plants, wita 3!al rcs'i'ts. To l.rnt
just what ta di t-) relieve vegetable
I-oj filing is l.l'hlly tmpurtant. For
unlmals ml much inn be d.r.e A
draft of warm n.clte I lard pemrel
tlown tie tl-.rn.-it rf the animal from
H loiiK-i.e-.k. d txittie will generally re
lieve the pain Bill In most es. when
tie.l MKiii fitter the elTeot of the pol
ran ix'ioiiHs ;;il,ie, will save the ani
In ra,' of children, a prompt e-ii"t!':
should be the first thins. Sulphate c,f
s!::.-. from li to M gialtis la a cupful
f warm tinier, is Te:Ue. as Is a
tens; c,:t f Ml of tnu-tanl In a i up of
virm uali'i. After the emetic hn
luted. .-lie mine met oil. cr. am or
Irish milk. If the pain I soere.
IriHil (He to uu drrpa of Ian l:itura
tr.ay ! i addc ! to the oil, rrnn or
jnl'.h. If tin- patient, b corns drow-y,
niroiirf colTee it whisky in small,
repeated" floM'd and kcp p:M lit walk
ing Clilidrili el-OUid be ti"ht I)
avoid rating n;ati;- plants and sto-k
ihoull not be tamed out t-o larly.
When h linger foree litem to eat
plant they it, ;'!.:!iu'.y avoid at
ether tlim s
PROTECTING SPRING WATER
Ui of Half Baritla Will Tror Sat
lsiactcty f Man and
A Vfflvy barrel may lie ti"el t. (roe
advantage to pntict a aprlns and to
make a vnterltiK troimh If rat Into
two parts an I p!ti-e l as idiown In cut
Tin: ?i-i:i.su i tiim.vT i:iv
One half niay lnerted and placed
over the opening of the spring, and
connected by a pipe with the other
half which Is used as a drlnkinx ve-s-l
fur the tdock, attggots the Farm
an J Home. ly keeping both t.ilts cm
ernl. thti water is kept clean and ren
deied fit for people t) diltik. A pii)d
etoue foundation under the tut will
support them In position even though
live atixk ttamp aro.m.l tletn a good
deal. A drinking cup may be hung in
side the top over the p:!ng opening
fur the use rf thirsty ttavelera.
Flyht woe is with glats.
A cIvmij iiiff add beauty to the land
Scape. The ftsss crop is worth more than
We t,euerai!y up;x.
Kiip up the farm buildings for the
l.M'i i I the thing. If for iio.hiiij; else
Miull ImpnnniH lit has been iiiu.ln
iu the vailt i.is of our plains, but iiono
in o tr varieties of glasses.
The lUltivator ilomld be put to work
whilu the weeds ie 1-niaiI-M.i nusll
that they don't make niuih show. Al'd
Weeds nout U- l.ept down If food eti
I imiIih urn evj i ctcd.
Tim hkOh of alfalfa frequently f n w
6 to l.' (ict, uabliitK It to draw luu h
of hi I n'd fn iu thu knhsnll. It thus
riirlihos the Kind for tun eed'.llg crops
end opens It up lo th art ton of air
MAKING COOD ROADS.
'Cow It Vs Don In n Indians
County Without Any Extia
Outlay of Money.
An espr.t on blrhways tays that It
i.ncts abmit ,init,(H ((.MM! annul lly t'i
haul the farm prodix t of the Fnlte l
States, and thai of this auni 'Pi',W
')', or three-fifths, ore wusted In the
energy expended In overcoming thf
reslKtanre of bad roads.
Put In another way: Good ronds
would com a preat gum, but for bad
roads the people are actually paying
an even higher price. The sweeping
assertion Is Implied In this statement
that the roads are bad everywhere.
This In by no means the case, but it
may be truthfully raid that there are
few portions of public highways In ex
lstenre that could not be made consld
It dors not seem that argument 1?
required to convince land owners, who
bear the main load of csrrylng on the
work of road building, that pood road;
are to be desired. That Is admitted
and they also accept the responsibili
ty of furnishing the mott of the Im
mense sums required for building
roads in the future. All that has been
effected and it may be said that the
greatest difficulty has been removed
in the education of the public to accept
the claim that g jod roads are a neces
It Is a fact that land owners an3
farmers generally the country over are
well convinced that the agitation of re
cent months over the question of road
Improvement has not come from them-
Felves but from manufacturers and
owners of automobiles and bicycles.
Their name is legion and their claims
are founded In reason.
NevertheUss attention should be
plven to the fact that already immense
sums are expended each year on the
triads of the country and that possibly
there is "not enouph to show for the
millions that are so freely furnished
by the taxpayers.
The exerienee of our home district
may be of some Interest to other road
workers, writes a Wayne county
llnd.) correspondent of the Prairie
Farmer. This road district Is In the
wettern part of Wayne county, Ind. It
U a populous ounty and a preat deal
of heavy hauling Is done on the roads
KO.U M.VKINi IN CAUTTTA.
! (T'l.i iKti Tl i ir Mcihi.lt Are Free and
I Kiiiy ar.il Tlwlr T.xiln Mf-stly Ol.t-
..-!....!.-!. It.. Natlvn I Tlieir Wot k
f il. m:i.1 tin? it on Komi c.f I'al'iitM
Will 1'iitup.in Ksvnrii!y wrjth Ttiiir
I nf Af-" t:.lsl'in T.m ll )
1 at nil titi.es of tlie year, except in the
j winter thaws wl en heavy loads are
! f.n! Iddcn by law.
j From the very beginning; the care
l and supervision of the roads of this
: ilUtrict ha 1 been under men w ho lived
In the country neighborhoods. Th.it
is to nay. no one except a fsriuer had
ner hti.t control of the road work.
The roads were not In pood condi
tion, notwithstanding, there was gravel
In ubiMt lance to be had at a small
price it load. It was not an unusual
thltii; for lo ts to stall at times when
was Ho real occasion for the
to be In an im passable condl-
Mud holes and fits were the rule,
ant where gravel W-s placed on the
roads It was In hunches. uneenly
preiil. -"tones were lying In the road
way nnd stter a tain there was a ditch
In the middle of the road worn by the
l.i I of hores hitched to singlo rigs.
There was no c unplalnt made -wclal!y.
1'verybody wciued to think
the roads were as givd aa the money
would pay for, and so the condition
went ou from year to year with but
Itule Iniproiriiicia and no plans for a
Three years ago, however, the work
of superintending the roads In this dis
trict was voted to Vr. N. V. Cunaday, a
practicing physician. Ir. Oanaday had
been driving over the rvad for U.i
yesr. day and night and In all seseons
of ths ear. lie was f reijuenlly stuck
In the mud aud lut always was able
to return without broken harness and
datuagn.1 vehicles. Dr. Canaday had
pur. based an automobile a few months
before his appointment as supeMln
tendeut an J with It traveled over the
roads for many miles hi every direc
tion, lie had his ideas about road
building and started to put thetu ip
force at once.
I'nder his supervision the roads soon
nssume.t another appearance. He
eliminated the middle ditch, he caused
iIiuIiim or oiwii ditches to be kept oHn
at Isith sides of the road, ho graded
every foot of the Mads oer ugnln. he
had gravel placed on every mile d
rtad under his charge, every load of
gravel was wreetud at ths pit and
stones already oil the roads weve tsd
lecte.l Into heaps and hauled off.
At fiei'ient Intervals a man was
sent over the road w ltd a wagon loaded
wlih gnivel. HepreKslons that might
wear lubv holes were looked for and
filled up and tumiie.l ih wn. W liivin
s!t appeared to be wealing it was
given iiistimt atieutloii. All this
work wna I'oue with the umial aninunt
if tnoncy devoted to th rvJ if the
d I st l let
THE KILLED AKD INJURED.
rtifrns-A Trlliiin' ff'lsure n lonntt .f
4ulf CeauMllI Mmw At I -m4 m4
Chleano, III. Fifty-one llTe
'.brown away and 3,.r,.'.l celebrants
nalmed or Injured, some of thr-m fa
mily, la the record of this year's
'Gloriour' Fourth, as CJinplled by c;r
esp;ndenls of the Tribune up to nri
aily hour Friday. The loss of lifi al
noKt equals that of last year, when
i'J persons were illed, while every
record for the nutnlxr of Injured w-is
'jroken. Almost 10ft nior in hospitals
rburkday or swathed in bandages than
n the day following the Fourth last
That the death list will continue to
5row for several days Is Indicated by
x large number of dispatches record
ing Injuries believed to be fatal. The
deadly toy pistol was responsible for a
hie per centare of the Injuries and fix
t the dead. How many of the Injured
lire infee-ted with the germs of trunu
'in not lie estimated.
Liquor for the Old Soldier.
T-eavenworth. Kansas. The canteen
of the Soldiers' Home, south of this
city, rlowd Saturday by order of
President Murphy of the board of
m;;nncers, will re-on Wednesday
morning; and liquor will be sold there
until March 4. 1907. The Howersock
amendment to th sundry civil appro
priation bill In the hcitse at Washing
ton, It seems, was amended In the Joint
conference between committee of both
houses to the effee t that the Set frhoiild
not go Into effect until 1&o7. The can
teen clears about Jl-'i''O a year.
DerlBfon AfcnlMM Tl-ket Sralpierei.
Salt I-akP City. Vtr.h. In the fed
eral court here Friday Judse John A.
Marshal made permanent an Injunc
tion restraining; evn ticket brokers
doini; business In Salt I-".ke City and
Opden from deilinn In railroad tick
ets Issued by the T.lo Gr.ir.de Western
railway nr.d the Southern racif.c rail- '
road company. The order of Judze
Marshal Is sweeping in character anl
In effect prohibits the sc; lping of rail
road tickets anywhere In Vtah. The
de-lion was rendered pfter a hearics 1
extending over several days.
Am llli-asl l.ral rtate.
Omaha. Neb. President Wrtt'e,
'if the Omaha Grain Kthance. on
Wrdncsd.iy rerehed a telegram fr-m
Cbisfrman M '.rtln A. Knat p. of the In
terstate commerce rnraiion. an.
nouncins thnt the commissi! n hns de
rided that the sraln r.if recently an
nounced hv the Ft. Ior,ii A- Pan Fran
cIkco n ad between Knnsas City and
Memphis la HW'-d. The rule is snid
to have nmde a four-cent iliicriri'in.i
llon (iKalnsl Omaha' In favor of Kan
A MIwrliiM lrmtted.
Wfshlnirton. P C At' rr.ey C,n
eral I't bern II. Wlliliy. of the Phil
ippine lsh tula, his 5.-en t.ppointed to
the Judv-erhlp of the Fnlted States
court In China, whbh Is to replace In
a larpe measure th prose 'it consular
court. Jtidpe Wlllb.-y Is a native of
!st. Im!s. Mo., and In 1 '.. 1 w-ag ap-polnte-i
JmHe of the court of the f.r.t
Instance of the Philippines. A few
months later he was advanced to t!.
attorney j-eneral.-hlp of t!:e Is'.and.
lel-ir (r Mm. l !.
Jefferson City, Mo. The state su
preme court In Jelorson City over
ruled TuesiU-y morninj; tlie motbet to
have the c'e of Mrs. At le Myers re
viewed by the court In bane. Mrs My
ers Is ti'oh r renteni'e to be hanced
September 3 for the. murder of her hus
band. Her only ho;e now Is for a
commutation of sentence by Gov. Folk
or to obtain a writ of error In the Mis
souri court for an appeal to the Fnlted
States supreme court.
llrtull After Si.tTW Itallot.
IV Moines, Iowa, The me
rd In dendi'vked ei'nvet tlon was
broken Friday when the Thirty-seventh
district republican senatorial con
vention adjourned without result after l
havlnit taken 2.479 ballots. For i'.t.'.O
ballots there was no chance in the
ImtltiK nnd for the rettisiuliijt C9 bal
lots only two or thret votes chatiKcd.
Another effort to nominate will le
maJe at Iowa Falls. July 13.
Heir to dtniiR Tbrawe.
Pcrlin. A son was horn Wednes.
day morulnit to th-j Crown Princess
Frederick William. Prince Frederick
William Is tle oldest son of Ftwon.r
Wllllitm. nnd is ths h dr to the thwie.
The child U-rn Wedtilay will. In the
natural course of events, some day
he emperor of Germany. Prince Fred
erli k Willl-im w tnarrled June 6,
1''5, to lluchets Civile MixklenburiS
rtv Jeraer Takes mm Atltwwe Step.
Trenton. N. J. Governor StoKwi
FYl lay signed As-'cnildyman Jones' bill
ainhurl.tlnc t-lttit construct, ac
quire and operate electric li;ht ard
cas plants. The bill, while particu
larly intended for Camden. Is cen-t-ral
In Its ttppMcttlou nnd is loi ked
upon by m.inv n iin ndtame step la
the direction of ttuir.U Ipat ownership
in New Jersey.
n llrenorl.. la Run rraarUro.
Fan Fianclsco. Calif. This city's
oelcbtnlion f the naitortttl boiid iy was
at unusual one In many rene.-t.
There was rn ttt'ef ab-'enee of fre
wotks. the atithotlii.t bavlrc IssurJ
orders ssiinit tl lr The tinla
lctit of the day w i t!te d, d! atSn at
Golden G.t' J'.trk f wh.'t l.se lvn
pr.oinir.ced to be tlie f. tiest s'ldlam
for athb'tlo sirii In all Amnba.
The perade distinctly tv.l.ttary tn
rharai ter, 1 . rcul.rs from te
ptesl.Ho, under Cvd Mortis, n.an ttn
through C.oljef Cats.
CALLS MARRIAGE AN INCIDENT.
'K :-y:-- 4-'
Miss lyniise Lc-e Hardin, who as president of the Na'ioLal B'js:te!.s Wcrt-
league declared that marriace Is becoir.lnsf a mere incident in a woTiia'f
life, beiongs to a prominent Kentucky family and Is the origia&tvr of "Xow
Corning Week." Inaugurate! in Iulsril Juae 13. She v c!;'J.ta Eiail of
honor for Jeflerson county for the occasion.
BLACKENED WITH TURTLES
And ths Ekipper Has the Latitude
and Longitude to Prove
"Tc, sir," remarked Capt. Quick, of
the steamer E! Alba, which reached '
port freirn Galveston. "The sea wa s;m- !
ply black with turtles. There must '
have teen a million of them znon- j
sters. too, and many were so covered '
with barnacles that they looked like j
they were hundreds of years oid. For 1
a time we thought that they had been ;
huriel up from the bottom of the s-ra ;
by an earthquake. j
"It t. as la latitude 25 decrees and 40;
COL. D UFO NT
i ;. t,i
'!f:' i i'i!'v v
The lVlaware lecishiture elected Col.
t"r for the cobstittitioi;.;! term U-Li:.nll:K
; '; i: ''. !.! '-. ...
old nnd Is a native of Ivlaware. He is the head of the sreit powder works
leariiiK his name and Is very we.ilthy. He served throughout the r of the
I'vtN'llion HLid w ,ta awarded a c.r.Krw.koal u.e.iil o" honor. tVi. l)upnt
resigned from the army In 1;5. He was president and federal tuCiM;er of the
Wllti.ington . Northern Kailroad company Iroui lb. to
Ditnutes, longitude "6 dvprees anj SO
tuiuutes, thai we ran ln:o the feld of
turtles. As they scraed along the Ir.-n
sides f the vessel, they sounded like
tima. One blK fellow kept lilor,:d.
for son.e time. He was titer ix feet
ioliK and tlie bi'l broad aud had bar
nacles all over him. We tnd to catch
one of them, but they wouldu't bite."
Cannon Was Forgetful.
Representative Puller, of Pfnr.syl
fanla. kl.lna;H'd Fnde J.ve Citnn.in on
day recently and look him to Mutuary
hail, where he Introduced the pe..er
tJ 15u young men and women from the
Two priests, h;i were later intro
duced to the sHjiker by Keprecnta
tive Kodenburg. watehed the erftirui
ance. We hoped, Mr. Speaker," said one
of th priests, 'that we imhi sve you
re j -eat Cpt, . lotion's fe.t."
-lly CeorKel" e ic'.iixej the tinker,
"! neter thought f thut. That is an
other of iny wasted opportunities.
N. V. World.
Fui lu Itioeuusbury, Kuiiland. for
the balance of an acmunt for an
vertiscment lr a wee kly paper, a court
drsi!iaker oou'.eoded that the terms
of h. agreement had not t-ea fA
fllled, vln , that she was to receive a
notice weekly In "Answers to Curre
;nd nts.M lueh as "IVir Matilda. th
bet h..t tor you ti the hit 1
Iocehot:tas SkH-ity. j
Fifty members are airt-ady eanvilej
In th Poc!ion!: siHlctv, le.-ent'.y '
formed In W ahltijitn MfinWit tint!
prove their t)eis-nt firn th Indusu
tuiidrn and her Fi'it'tt hittta.l. '.
These 14 to be a "P.m ahvtitas .lay" a:
the Jameetown V!i't'n. Steie Jte .
svifcty wi.l hold r.it p'.fcie j
TotbUden by Lis. j
Pi -pe"-l Pmyer "I'm sure. I Joi ';
a bita." Acut--" l can t tihJvii'.aud ;
It. there I a town ordtnaa.tt to .u.;.:e '
Uu Jl:,.i" N- .
BY A MODERN SOLOMON.
Little Business Axioms That
Keeded la Every Iay
Never po Into business with rela
tives. They'll skin you. even if yoa pt
St. Peter fr d'orke;er and the re
crdfrig anpe for the rxok keeper.
Beware of false pr.-fu: A l-ny
overchareei aay caute you t ije a
dollar cist mier.
When you hrr a man say, "Do oth
ers before they do yoa," look out IjT
him. He is one of the evildoers!
When yo;i are down take knocks
wi-.hout howling. V.il when yoa get
lienrv A. Dur.int I'nitv.l n.
Maivh J. I.. C.I. l'upoul U t tears
up as?ln Just Mk It to your energy
with ttuupimud Interest.
Msrk Twain sj. "ite rvh1. and yo
will l louciH.Uie!' Your Lncie skdo
"Hettcr l-e alone la s J ct.pjiay
than uni.ttile in Ujl"
Ihe ready leu ier jienerally finds out
that when ht jets broke there is a
frefit Ucjil tif trash la tJie tdd ijl:
that "He who g-vs a lvrrvw!aj gore
Pst tht over Jour desk! If yu
hateo t a li-k. on your hHklot-jlas!
If you haver, t a hokint-sl, over
your b-Jl If you fcsteo't a bed, wear
it ncit to jour hen: p.d sure to
kerp 2; by yvu, so iht yoa taay re-niemt'e.-,
a ioilar t yur best friend!
Nr.r auiwtr dtertieiuects last
priuulse to pjy you f .tit a week for
sitting home, doles othi&f! Site
your stcipis asd your ivruiaoa secve.
Th st otoe hadn't cornered All th
Neter run frvra a po'keniao or a
iK'jC. They'll th'.ak joa are fdil'.r
wbcijer you are or nvt! Tlma you
are s.irr to set a ciuhblaf or tltlot,
no matier hw little yoa suav deoerv
tt. Thet are ten whea il pis tu
s'aad t:.L Amencsa M(St:n,
Th uVe of IVoa.-!i'.r p.!i-iMs
C'.u; l.4'rr'a's -lWk of TrutS."
It u wcrtS x (i t a m.jch as th
"M t3.-ia" !!;!.. the ct vlu.eMe
bm la the llrt'.ih tuusetiw. Th late!
d.A trt fu..1 ra oSvr of :..'. for P.
OH Vets' Chsj'.siB.
Vt 3 W. inters, if pt.iU.li I'.A, hJ
Ji,.i teett telcNtc-l th-ip'la v( the
Grats.l Ait'i) of tho l'.r;.ib;c tu I'vua
stitat.:, .;.: Udas fcu tUu'y-fef.! wu
srvu'.it t rut ia th.et lA'tl-ui ll
tt-t w..h c.ic.pjty i it the Oi.e
ii::.lrvd and 1' at v -rv.-tij IVs'tisyt.
tali1 iv!'..:!i-ri .j.ulu.f the clitl war
slid l rtb U ..'r.1 l.t M..ay tj'.'..vs wi.ij
ths ata.y o( tu Fv'.vii,:-.
"t Ca; Cv.vcy ;tiijraj is a!l
" T ' . . C "V
tf-t t,t & tai tr-i';. v lnt.
w..l tt.i a iy, r a wty
F'cr-'' -j't S-ltnys -r.;. r. tS
t-isnf n. .a.
h i ? a tils i t f f tetxa
cr. d-i IL
is fwy ha r
Ria't to r "y.
F'yfi.p.s aver Inyvk SS w-tm Arnn
&v i-i r It ua I m tl ti Jis.xf.
I: ; a t w to ta tia
ti.-T si-t Ui.sts Kt "T f.--5".rr'.s
tT t: W7.it m :. ssrer im c ; -la- w.ix
Tirst 5? tare cr" .:: timrt
c;- a lie -a telm ss -v tut b de
Ts f'tl ai lis sinsey ar wial
k ren cf s.s fr"jr ixniz4 to
Ti:Ti tar tr"-r. tnt '.iy ar
tie k:-l ci w;-cs tiii are UiUu-;j
jy't 'A w1r itt t?!-r i;l w'iy
ti.r i-jt;..si i'ismJI tjni -.y ajefil
scea - so ftni c.f crrj'ly
ht tty ac- --iZy jx?t la Vt't ti4
tndir O .
If a cia a1! cz'r jy t! t:t
as j.t..r ; :.y as hU tn ! 2.1 ere ill
?'.'. i t ll"'T.
Wi'j a rlri lrlrt in aak a f!Vy
t.s i:.e inirii'.s, tie real
C-ght it t eiiT.
Etriiest: 7L Ed
Little Ticay wm very -;et t-.t-fig
lite Erst ertjni. asa rterywo 1-je-(rot
he was there. As tie 4brt wis
being served, leiiwtier, the hvt t-j-J
a f-inty st:-ry.
Whta he kid f ;Uhi. tiw
la-jeh'r tal d i away, t!s !:t aoa
ee:sisB!. delittfriry: "Njw,
tell tie -other ore." Ettimt.
Give DeXixc SUrth a Ia.It trl&i
try It fjr h--.ii hot ati ci stirtt-is,
anl It yoa don't tiiti yoi 6t le'er
wort, in Is.s tixe az J it .o.Ut-r cost,
retara 5t ar.i yosr groctr w-li .t
yoa hici yoar jlos't.
Tta- said Wl.li. thooiftJfury. 1
think I Istw now wtat the Kiaister
ctart whe n he sail 'It It trior
hles.?l tj give tfcaa to re-e: re.' "
-Yes 7 What was itr "Castor o-h"
As a m worsen are not Inrlliel
to lay anythlc? fcr a ralsy dsy
proh-ihly iraae they fitiUte the lie
of sU..r?';c5 la the rala.
Delate Starch Coed, h:t or cnl!
the best for a'.l Viais ci 1a as dry ijrk.
1C oi- tor HOC. f
Ore-half the srorM d-.a't kaow tow
the other half Uves. ucli-ss It Is If
act i-sjmg thtir b;i:a. Puck.
Twis 5.iV Pti-W ,m.:itl,t 5e. Mtrr
Si?i-..et: ftnI'T tti'-fn t ciiTtum . ui..r
CiA.ii- ot Ijrwit -ttry, lVtrn, XX
It's a!rr.ost as dlrult fc-r a srass
to keep a rit M It U fer hr ta sm
th poat cf a -i.
Zi yi?a siili laa: !er, whl'e
el., -.he. e tr Line. 1
Si- i .-. 3 frr.li,
Ctsr.ty n.ay cover a cil'.t'.tzde ct
llss, hut a let nxre wt'l ;riuj ca.
Mr. Wlnelaw' "e.xi t!u Srri.
r 1- rk.' :m tv. a ,.", rr
IVVn two g'.rl frtals have a filllsj
oat. uk his ran.e.
Pie Was Told Tketl tta OperwHota Wa
When a phyieian t.-'.' womta saf
feritttf t Hit - r e u fviu:n.u troll I,,
that an iprrl.ou U Dn-iwry . th frry
t!)itij:l(t of the kuife aud the optrrat-iiaf
tat le str.krs tcrriTta her hort, aud
cur h.i-.;;::alar! fc-1 t vixi.a eM.J.
lor just suc-tt owratious.
There are eases where an operation
l the unly rvHirve, but w hen oue ivo
s.dcns U rrwl cumletr of (' of
Im-rotcir if f. in'e trvi li-s currvl he
Lti! a t- P".u'!im's Vccvtable Ciu
poud ftr phv.ciaus iie a-.!v.vr4
i jrwiiotis, tiki ,iiiju;.i': J ulivll t-s
foe wrilHotit tict tri uiif t'm eretab'v
t oAupviuud aud wr'.-iiif Mr. Puk-hiSiU,
Lyuu, .Mm., t. c sdivv. whivh U fcr.
Mis Mrv-r.t MerVley, of rTJ Third
ttvc, M i;t ukv, Hii,tit:
Tnwr V! rv 1'u Vtwuu;
"! . f th, eitrvra tH-neoewuvas,
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tmrui4 li'Mu !.- ! ti.ki em o'lii,.. .-!
t lua.t .at a-Kv. 'I ! kit 1. r '.. e
tlM't'll Kit tA.L'.IIM..VAA. Wi I 1 h.t-1 tl"l'lA.
t: xi.i l. i-i .;. J .t i i-0 mui i itr.
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t'..." U.K t .h .4 l .
IVuia'e t:u.l'. r :.! 'y eu ti t
lucrc a:iir.'i: niuiici.e. It u.vi,t.
1V p. i t.. It o.-w rv pA.Lifui, or tiw f-e
t, 'i.nt an I r.r..i' it i a 1. tic .t 4
t.f swell. le il-.itu iu I i l.-'t, . : ,
l. : u''-il ,'ie u r. i, vl U t lie.' i.e. t ii'..e
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