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Tool. all (.ays too v. 11. nCT A OAVU Mill from Lombard Iron Worki, Aurnj ta, Ca. Mak money aawin cup Dor iimDor nm gin en ji., Ult. aftar th crnpi r laid by. , HEW MADRID SEED CQH! eiiii Jtailrliilj; hi It uiiJ .v !.' w. Put up In m iir I.ntn a K&NAGERS WANTED ' j i .m ui..ia.li.r. I'i llr.D UiKl a Irou K Hjil..., 1a.Uhi', i- Ii ritlst says that itiMin. tH a d' h-p for h Is wl.iTo tli.-y dlffor II tl:o l lillljllt.'licil lill- A Massa. !,w lllllllillln l:tiV" li lo..-tru.-to7i. 'I' roiu-id' ral.ly fr. taau couth. n i.t. A cnriu-iii-oof la.-s'i.lt il Is ono of tho lilt, st (i Ii c tllii ft rni.i r 'I'.IIS of lull )i.,Mln. ti-io :--!t y . (i'-nn proof hu manity, !iovoi.r. would solv.i a vory Olsti 1 1 hii.K l.i'oMi la of n.ortallty. , 1i al 1 i. at i' adltiK on tho aui-o of ln'H li i yo mu'-t now Join iniil.liii; In llio .lono at lionio k in d I. of t f'hl.-nt'O Kivf ilar .diunli f IntfTcitini; to ..il i.hiiiIkt aro la. II . lid -isj tlio 1 1 i'.- A lif.. . . In v-T.i. d a Iron -all i n!:y to j f In th.w,. l ; f : !-. or x .l.juiOy th .-I in ') l.i V' li . Yor'it, who lias Is to I,.' 111. oral... I Pi v.- Mm ii.iortii- ui. J.t't!M - iii.ii . nit on plot; It of I . Ii at. "or. tao of lli.j way. ft, Cut a i i.. v s lis.-!!' Ida of ralslnt: s uno 'it:. -Mi i",n tl.. us. 'n, your Is riiortid tuc.'ius irood ;,a'i..y iirosja rity to tho a plication to t ho .low rigour.'..;, and . v . : i ; i alaindantly oapa tllltlK lil'Vldf-K po- snuar crop this .'Nci'i:. tit, which and on xcohh of oido. Steady np loj.incijt of natural : Ion from political rlltiturhnncoK will main I'uhn ono of the wcal'liiost count i i. s of Its hl7... in the world. A Danish Inventor hn Kuccf-cdod In llKhfliiR Incand.ipcf'iit lamps l.y an .di e trie current transmit t il without wires Il u t n urentor aclilevement. In tlip ukp it elect riclty without wires will hn tc direct tlio current In Mich a way thai It will perform tin- single tasli net foi It aii 1 nowliere else, anil will Lt free Ir.uii iuterforeiico hy other cur rents If Interfere .nee could ho pre vented, vlrtdcsH tidrprtiphy would t. much laoru ubtful thun ll la today. of war OX(t.'SI there boon unrh a meat. coiitTast In mimic warfaro an In tli. se evolutions In I'lcardy. Mov ing alonK the lilKhwayn wcro givat iiutomohilc wia'ou trains loaded with bupiliiK for tho troop. Far In ad vance and hii-'h up in tlie air soared tin. aeroplanes. They oecnied llli him-w inred hlnlK of prey hoverluf? over the earth ready to Bwoop down when they sighted their quarry. Ill reality they were spying out tho po sition of the opposing force which, under ordinary circumstances, would have been hidden hy the contour of the country, Tho aeroplanes moved swiftly to and fro dlrectliiK the slow er riroereps of the foot soldiers and the iiivulry and the supply trains. Herinmo the air men made the way sure and plain for those upon tho earth, the troops lost no time or ef fort In aimless wnnderlnRs, but pro ceeded directly to tliel. destination by the shortest route. The lii st and most Important prin ciple of the art of war consists of ennr entratltiK at a (;lven time nt some point In contact with the enemy a force su; rlor to his at that point. One eminent authority expressed It as th" pilniltle of "Klttln' thar fust test with the mossiest men." The rest of the irarno of war Is a relatively sim ple iK ration, 11 resolves Itself Into tl.n mere .pies. Ion of comparative) man lillllr.ir or man senrlnc capacity. All other considerations beliiK any wher,. near equal, the question of he ItiK nhl" to move rapidly Is the thlntr that counts In war. The best of troorts are worthless to a commander unless he can have them where ho wants them when he wants them, find, moreover, in a condition to do what he wants them to do. Th" flubtlnn men are useless unless they can reach the place of conflict In time to take part In It, and tliey nro rqnrilly without value If the ef fort to tret there exhaustB them. That Is why the aeroplanes nro so tremen dously useful In spvlni? out the loca tion of the enemy and enabling tho troops to reach that, point with tho very least amount of exertion. ; The problem of food supplies Is 1 one of the great things In war. It Is nn obi and trite snylnK thnt nn army renlly travels upon Its belly. An ! army Is a city flung down suddenly, over night, n It were, In the conn ' try. It moves day hy day In such ft i manner ns to require constant at tention and changes of plan as to its ' subsistence. It ennnot move n step ! faster than lt h food supply travels i nnd lt rnn maintain a position only ns I ,ong as It Is properly fed there. An army with a full stomach will fight every step of the way If It has to retreat. If It Is hungry the retreat will be turned Into a rout. In the French, army unite as much attention Is paid to giving the soldiers the kind of food they have, been accustomed to and plenty of It at regular intervals us to anything else. Amer ican army officers who have watched the big manoeiivers, like thoso In I'lcardy. say two Frenchmen can live well on what one American civilian cook wastes. Yet lt Is quit... likely the French soldier can march as far and be Just as fresh at tho end of the Journey as the American. Tlie French are iiheiid of the tier loans in the matter of cooking scien tifically. Also the French soldier knows about as well as any In dm w orld that his rat Ion must be mailu to hist for the full period of time for which It is Issued, nn tl that once It Is eat. n or wasted or given away the balance of the period will be a food less one, be It twenty-four hours or three days. This Is an Important thing for the soldier to realize, for tho gross weight of one day's ration for nn army of HOn.iO men Is .r.20,Hl pounds. It takes more than 100 au tomobile trucks, such as thoso used for the French army, to hnul a day's supplies of food. Hut all this vast machinery Is necessary. Napoleon onco said: "According to the laws of war, every general who loses his line., of communication d. 'serves death.' For If erne the foe successfully in terrupts the flow of food to his oppo nent's lirlng line his victory is prac tically assured. These great innnoenvers of large bodies of armed men nr.. a common thing In Knrope and be common In this rountry often wonder wherein the sense of spending hours, days, weeks, teaching a nmn to stand in a certain fashion, to step In u certain way or to carry a gun In a certain manner. They ask themselves what differer.es It makes whether the soldier faces to, tho right or to the left about, or) whether he rubs shoulders with il4 same iniiii or a different one day aft er day. To these people lt Seems like a waste of time training largo bodies of men to step a pace this way or that and to do It Instinctively, au tomatically, always Jtwt tile same so they could not do II any other way to savn their lives. Yet although nil this may seem trifling and purpose less It Is like the Interminable polish ing and oiling of a delbate mechan ism. It Is the process by which Is manufactured a human machine that will work cheerfully to exhaustion, starve without a murmur, or march up to the cannon's mouth merely be cause the voice they have been train ed to recognise tells them to. It Is: the means by which the hallmark of proficiency Is placed upon the prce ieslonal soldier, and that Is the ulti mate end of these great tnanoeuvers. Mixing His Dates, There Is a story of a man who o transported with joy as ho t up at the altar rail to be :na: that His tliouglits revert. .! to i a when ho stood up at the prime, bar In a court of Justice to "guilty" or "not guilty" to a crln'.i charge. So powerfully did that, most painful event of his life, cbt Itself upon his mind, that whHri clergyman put the questli n, "V..jj thou have this woman to he ,: wedded wife?" and so on, the f i lm' beginning to distracted bridegroom answered mintry. Civilians i "tartllng distinctness, "Not t illtj, neip mo (iod. From lucKeniuf I "Personal Recollections." tt The Black Death The plague, or Asiatic cholera, or as lt UHerj to be called, "the black death," has been spreading of late in Knrope. were offered extravagant wages al though laws were passed to keep ths wages down. And It Is suhl that this snddeu rise in wages laid the founda- la Russia, where the people are tlon of the emancipation (,f working dinl.pt nnd most superstitious, the people In England. UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS The constant uso of Ctitlcura Sti assisted by CuUcnra Ointment, fct toilet, buth and nursery purposes ril only preserves, purifies, and ljeautlS the skin, scalp, hair nnd hands, rrevents Inflammation, irritation m clogging of the pores, th" conns cause of pimples, blackheads, r'tlnmj and roughness, yellow, oily, mo'.hy nj; I other unwholesome conditions of lijj l complexion and skin. All who di-llj: I In a clear ukln, soft, white hand!, clean, wholesome scalp and live, gte hair, will find Ctitlcura Soap c.osti: cessfnl In realizing every expea talk: Cuticura Soap and Ointment arew mlrably adapted to preserve it health of tho skin and scalp of It) funts and children, and to prete minor blemishes or Inherited skin b; mors becoming chronic, and ma? K used from the hour of birth. Culcnv Remedies aro sold throughout thc!' lllzed world. Send to Potter Vm Chem. Corp., sole proprietors, I osttti for their free Ctitlcura book, 32 pas of Invaluable advice on care and tn ment of the akin, scalp and hair Curing Conceit. "He used to have a good opinion himself." "Hasn't he now?" "No; he ran for office recently, tl wasn't even close when the vol were counted." Iietrolt Freo Prcsi, The plague In Europe appears now In tho old familiar way breaking out here and thpre, always in filth and In Ignorance, spreading grndually. The diseHRe is not thoroughly under stood now. Hut the method of fight ing It Is understood. The people must bo well fed a strong man may have tho disease germs with him, resist them and rid his system of thorn. The weak, half fed nmn dies that Is why the plngue was often so violent In the old days Just after a famine. As far back ns the fourteenth con tury Gabriel do Mnssls observed that those who escaped tho plague gave lt to others with whom they came In con tact. They gave It to others becnuso they had the plnrie within themselves; their essential tract was Infected with the disease, and this disease they scat tered. It Is somo comfort to know that th in Constantinople) tho people died at "ficie fin only bo acquired by nctu- any swallowing tho disease germs The nmn who will be sufficiently care ful need ne.t get the plague. If you will drink only water that you know to be clean, und only from vessels that you know to be clean' If you eat no fruit that has not been carefully cooked, or cnrefulh- Bnoi plague thrives, beet. Seventy thousand persons are known to have died of this attack In Russia already. This Is ne.t surprising, for tho in Inbltants, Instead of cleaning their wells, cleaning their bodies, nnd us ing thidr brains, get out tho little Ikons or Images which the Greek church sedls at a considerable profit, and to these llttlo images supersti tious peasants pray the prayers be ing Interrupted In thousands of cases by death from the plngue. Thoru la nothing; more tragic In all tho history of man than the record of "tlie black death" In Kurope. In tlie fourteenth century erne epi demic nfter another spread nmong tho people. Twenty-five millions of human be lugs are believed to have perished In tills single) series of epidemics. The rich und the poor alike were affei ted. In Oxford two-thirds of the student population died AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE KIDNEY AND BACKACHE CUP; the rato of 10,000 a day. Charms, Incantations, fi-nr, filth, Ig norance and superstition f'-'d tho dls ease. Curious results enmo of the long pe riod of panic and of dying, Tlio famous "dance of death," In which desperate human beings paro died nnd mnelo fun of the plague, II- w''h an absolutely clean knife, and If lustratlng the "dance of death" with 1,11 the food that you eat Is we'll cook grinning skulls anil skeletons, was one r! n,,1 eaten when freshly cookoH r..,i... t .i, e win .... .. . .i... "' feature of tho epidemic. Another, curiously enough, was In Kngland, the tremendous rise In the cost of labor. The workmen died so fast that there) were few left to do the work, nnd, following tho law of supply and demnnd, the few thut could work will neit i;i.t the plague. 11.0 work that Is not dono by tho little saered Images of the Russian peasants Is elone very won by good sewers, plenty of diplnftctnta iV... .f i-n.it. .....I ' "" e """ ion wuter, common semio, tod a little Easily Prepared Medicine Which 6ald to Regulate the Kidneys and End Backache. To make up enough of the "Vmt1 lion Mixture" which is claimed to!- a prompt euro for llackache and K:: ney and llladder trouble, get fruta tt good Prescription Pharmacist on e-ba ounce fluid extract Dandelion; or- ounce Kurgnn Compound and thre' ounces Compound Fyrup of S.-i'safi rllla. Shake well In a bottle and til In teuHponnful doses after each ma and again ut bedtime. Jliose who have tried It say It art gently but thoroughly on the Ki-'oe!1 and entire urinary system, reiiuvlii, tlie most severe llackache nt once. A well-known me dical authority re ommonds tlio prescription to be ta the moment you suspect any Kldne; Rlailder or I.'rlnaiy disorder or feel constant dull llackache, or If the wit' Is thick, cloudy, offensive or full t sediment, Irrrgulnr of passage or H tended hy a scalding sensation; orf too frequent urination during tl' night. This Is a real harmless regcuti mixture which could not cause injur' to anyone nnd the relief which Is e.i to Immediately follow Its use Is a re elation to men and women who b"(! from llackache. Kidney trouble or! form of riinary disorder. This Is surely worth trying, as It1' easily mixed nt home or anv druKP" will do It for you. and doesn't coH much.