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Sco the wonders it performs. 1 nousanus being used. l.very user ,1. lighted. I ncy write us bush els cif letters telling how it saves work nnd worry. Sold on little payments. Write for tasclnatlne lrco Hook toduv. All corrcspond rmpsi nld be .iddresseil to IOOO WflShPrCo. 877 Court St., Binghnmton, N. Y. II you live in Canada address Canadian 1900i Wather Co.. 355 oni;e St . T ironto C anada. A Course of Lessons in Drugless Healing v im.cn.noin.rapy ?)CDCC Not one cent tryrilEk toir.eithnow tion; just yoorBimple request brings 5s. Bona by return mail. Mlibotit Cost. . lYX. IF VOll WANT TO EARN S2.S0O TO $6,000 A YEAR If you want an estab lished profession that is remsrkaMy profitable then send for the free course and Bee what Druglcsa Healing has to offer you. Hundreds of successful graduates demon strst. the wonderful efficiency of our methods. 112(1 Remember This Offer Is Limited! Write NOW for FltEE Coarse of Lessons. Get tho facts Send postal or letter ItlGHT AWAY AMERICAN COLLEGE OF MECHANO-THERAPY Dept 734 81 W. Randolph St. Chicago. 111. LOTS OF FUN FOR A MHK TESTIAIUXiUKT THROAT, ImiLW. Bitij tod Aulistl, FiIm tluiiuU u4Zu4 sOlA-feWMj RlBfr a) 3 K&I tot 0 U. UotieoNoTeitbtpt. 17 Mtlrow.Htti, IK i I J OLD COINS WANTED dated before tB and tend t . fat n cnin alite loot Mtvmean a fortune. A. H. Kraut, 409 B Chestnut St . Mllwaukaa.Wit. COLD FRAMES AND FLOWERS T1IK xory easiest nay to haxc oarlx lloxxers is to start t lie soods in a oold fraiiio. They will not be quite as early, jHTliaps, as if started in u hot bed; but they will be much in advance of those grown from seeds sown in the open ground. And the amount of labor re quired to make ami to manage u cold lramo is hardly worth speaking of. Hy sowing seeds in the cold frame in March and April and re planting in the open ground when the danger of frost is over, a very long season is made I possible, hittle drills about six inches apart, in which to put the seeds, may be made with a pointed stick or a pencil. I The coarse seeds may be covered twice their depth; but the verv fine ones should be simply pressed into the soil with the side of a board, or sown on the surface and a little very line sand or sifted soil sprinkled oxer them. Water should lie gixen in a very fine spray, or by placing a strip of burlap oer the seed bed and wetting that. An excess of water must be axoided, and it is lest to keep the glass raised a crack nil the time, and partly opened on warm days. The seedlings should be thinned and set into the open ground when danger of frost is oxer and the season well , established; but first they should be hardened to the temperature of the out- j side world by giving more air daily I until the glass is removed entirely. MOXIi the (lowers that may be j started to good advantage in a cold frame are the asters, the balsams, ageratum, cosmos, mignonette, nieotinnn I (sweet-scented tobacco), annual phlox, salxia, snapdragon, stocks, Sweet William, verlienas, zinnias, salpiglossis, annual larkspur and Clarkia. Although the tubers of the dahlia aie usually planted, it is entirely possible to have (lowers the first year from seed. Growing dahlias in this way is always an iutc testing process, for one is newer able to know in advance just what kind of llowers he is going to get. At any rate, it is pretty certain that he will haxo .something entirely different from his neighbors. The single varieties are more often grown from seed, but the double sorts will Ilower if the seeds are sown in n frame in April. Most of the llowers mentioned may be started outside and still have llowers before tho season is over; but in order to get several kinds as early as they are wanted, it is It great advantage to use it cold frame. Many people buy their aster, ageratum and zinnia plants; but a cold frame is a decided saving and makes it possible for one to choose the iirieties he or she most admires. Somo of tho finest varieties of the cosmos bloom late, and when the seed is sown in the open ground they conic into flower just -in time to be nipped bv the frost. Nicotiana is a strong growing! plant, and if seeds are sown under glass I early in April the fragrant blossoms will perfumo the garden from early summer until tho middle of October. Mignonette, 1 too, another flower grown for its frag ' ranee, may be enjoyed for a much longer i time by starting the seeds in March instead of waiting until May, when they ' may bo safely sown outside. The annual phlox is in tho same class. The snap dragon, which is one of tho most satis factory flowers for the amateur's garden, nnd is hue for cutting, should by all means be started either in a cold frame or a hot bed. Started plants of tho good, old time Sweet William may be purchased in the spring; but if seeds are sown early in the cold frames, tho plants will flower the first year and hist over. One of the best climbing vines is Cobaea scandens, rr cups and saucer vine, which grows very rapidly and has splendid showy flowers. It is too tender to bo started outside beforo May, so that if early flowers aro wanted, the seeds must bo sown under glass in March or April. They should always bo placed in tho ground edgewise, and merely covered with soil. I fat How does on advertiser hold jour (rude? Ilj ciilnir wilue. Free Free Simple Home Treatment Will Enable i ou to i nroxv nwny i our Classes. "HOW TO SAVE THE EYES" is the Title of n Free Uook. At last the wood news cm ! publishc! n is plcdl. tel tii.n within .1 l.w cu-eyoKlas-i s and spc t.n Ics will In- scam that they will Lie i . t,u del .is in msit u n. ThrotiKhoiit the nxtllxed wnil.l tlx fi lms, lor si-xiiul yens, bci-u .1 i n -imn.i-d movement by ediiiiilcl tncdicil nn n, i.n tlcuhtily i-jc experts, toxx.nd ticiiini; sore, xvenk or strained i-s ration. illx The old way xvas to lit n pair m k i-scs us soon as the eyes wen- louti.l to In strained. These glusscM xvere notliiiin bet ti-r tlinu crutches. They nt-xer n.i,.iine the trouble, but merelx isuxe u little icli. r xvhllo lielns worn and they mule tin' ees Kl-nduully weaker. Kxcl'v xve.il-r "1 ixe glasses knows that he inlnlit ns well ex pect to cure rheumatism by IciiiIiik upon a xvnlkiUK stick. The itroiit masses of sulTereiM fi-un ex. strain and other curable optic disoi,l,-i-biixe been misled by tlni.se who - I e niik Inir fortunes out of cyi-Kl.isses and spe la cks. GET RID OF YOUR GLASSES. Hr. John 1,. Corlsh. an able New Virk physician of loujj experience, h.is nine forward with the edict thai rinl.i-r must ko. IntelllKent people ex en XX lien are Indorsing him. The lioctor sis tin ancients nexor dlsllKured their racial beau ty with kokkIch. They omploxcl c. ii.un methods which have reccntlv In- ti brought to the light of modern i h-nee Dr. t'orlsh has written n marvelou-. bo.-k entitled "How to Have the Kyos," hl. Ii tells how they mnv be beiiclllcil. In m.mx cases Instantly. There is an e.isv l.onn treatment which Is Just as simple as it i effective, nnd It is fully cxplaliieil in tin wonderful book, which will be sent free to anyone. A postal card will bring it to your very door. This book tells xmi xxliv eyeglasses are needless and hoxv tin x m.i be put nsldo foiexer. Whin you li.ixe taken advantage of the Information ob tained In this book you may be able to throw your glasses away and should pos sess healthy, beaut Ifub' s'lulfull v expres slve. magnetic eyes that Indicate the line character and win conlldenee BAD EYES BRING BAD HEALTH lr. Corisli goes further. He asserts that eyestrain is the main cause or head aches, nervousness. Inability, netii asthe nia, brain fag. sleeplessness, stomach dis orders, despondeiu v and main- nth. r dis orders. Leading oculists of the win Id - mi Ilrtn this and say that a vast amount or physical and mental misery Is due to the influence of eyestrain upon' the tu ix. s and brain cells. When eyestrain Is overcome these ailments usuallx- disappear as if bx magic. FREE TO YOU The Okola Method, which is ftillx ex plained In llr. t'orlsh's marvelous book is the method which Is directed at making your eyes normal and saving them from ' the disfigurement of these needless mi pleasant glass windows. If x-m xv-ar glasses or feel that you should be wearing Iheni or if voti are troubled xvltli head ache Iti the forehead or nerx ousnesu when vnur eyes are tired, write to-ilax to okola Laboratory. If.pt Ssli, Hoehester, N Y and ask them to send you, postage pre paid, free of all charge the book entitled "Hoxv to Hae the Kvos." and xou xvlll i never regr t tin step taken. Silver ware Bookof5000 BaiKains in House Fur nishings -wVs 1, 9 If You Write Us Today! t nr.- kr ii l OO worth ot I i i i , m V h u S ik Co. 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