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211. A frightful
r(.:i.W:lY ihu'iih iiw
Imilt for tho pro-
. r. I I i ! 2
tnrt. ' , ... ,.i5 -p..
in this '"? Hi
toen r.itfiitn uini
tl.,. .hath of three
ioilltV. IIIIMH (ir ll'M
f " . ,,iv n more if people.
fYtlit-''' Suburban lino,
f '1 ., ',', M it TulHir und the
? . :.. ..I,..ri'l- of Conductor
ril. wiili John d. KicflVr
rl ' .... ...i, ...i,;i
: ., .. 1 Til W.I, R nimr
IT I !, t hiKh h,k,,I, and
J OPT til"
ITiXtriai.-.a.i.l pl"K'"' nto
f (Viler t"iit.v feet ladow.
I .' t t';..tl,rU. left Mount Tabor
1,1,1, lii orator. Itww;
r,,eiimanylivinK on that aide
.Xrivr aii-1 .mi-l.v-l n (lie eiit .
'1 lTl. their homes 1,10 (,u'
X,,l the '-'r "' w'"11 m'A Bft,'r
I Funi.vi'i.U'. The uhuh! early j
Ltrip' without incident tin-;
imitel'fori' the terrible catas-1
'T There in an cav grade. f,,r ",'v" j
Lb until K.ict Ninth treet in
II ami it I'-'" ,M'en the custom to .
cars aloin:. at more than a
l-eruti'. Suddenly, j"Ht tlie ;
.'liM where there is n aliifht jig'
track, the ominous uiuuim,,
xi on the lauK mini oca mm
-ear 'a off the track, ami its
niiniiiK'i wine iiiinuih tc"
vler.ited. Iliedrivenxie oi mo
J. ..!. had broken. Ucforo the
ivr could realize the danger that
Atnl them, the ear had cwcrved ;
X t0 the left, an.l, with a etart--jfli,
the fotwairt trucks stiuck
X.leii I'lirh. ami the ear plunged
the frail sidewalk ami ?uard
, l,.to the water? of the sIoiikIi be-
fc.nini! half over in the descent
Ming en itn fide. Motorman i
,1m had r ained at his eta-
iiilv endeavoring to contrul the ;
tiiel'mike, jnni x-l from the front
ma the car struck the sidewalk
man who stood beside escaped the
. Seii.e of the passengers on ,
nl.itform were thrown off by
and one or two Hiicceeded in i
their live or escaping serious
i i.t iunming. There wore thirty
jfiii.vrs on the ear, and as near
o$:l U ascertained, twenty-one
f. iiirlii'liiu; Conductor Onthrle,
T, it..,., i ii - ..i
eauaril wneii uie neiiiiiuiiK jiiuns
ne of indescribable ronfusiou i
. The crash of the breaking !
;is iniiiL'led with agonizing
jikI pitiful cries of the wounded
nggling passenegra in tlie half
car. They were shut up
: in cui', ami the marvel is
v were able to escape a horrible
The car with its human freight
its pi'lr, but 'hit nut at once go
bottom. There was breathing
i'Si'Tthe friiiitie hunianity within,
i jjterrildf striijiulo at once, begun to
rli'the windows. There was a grab-
p jf'T a hull of some kind, and a '
. 1 :.. . .. . ..... . .
mi inuiiiiaiieoiis aiiuisiung ui
9. Heads and arms ut once be-j
mere from the wreck, and the
lied climbed to comparative
en the outside. One or two who
"H'cd while the car was flying in 1
were p,.vlv and rminfiiUv swim-
T-jJn the shore; mid hats, canes, din
'i IJ-kets, an, other small movable
'li'Y Van to appear on the surface
' ill water.
car remained in its half-sub-"btil
con.lition, very close to the
-pi bank for a few seconds long
'J'lji to prevent the certain death of
ef tlicera.ed prisoners and then
ip a Hidden lurch, and the water
:"y in through the windows and
''iwriti.vs. The tipper side sank to
ijvi'iot the water, and the under-
-ted (in tli..
I!'ite themselves from their impris-
'"'gin to help others out
!;Ky the shuttered windows. These
eTi''le tom.iji,. their way to the bank
v flanks run out by rescuers who
ajr.ady lvan t0 assemble.
''ers who had fortunately es-
r'jnm r:lr "i,lLl1 in giving the j
and, w ithin a few minutes' time,
at arsons Were rushing to the res
Mil!TWt' ''""'rl'tful person turned
;l t fire ahum, and the warning bell
. theKast Side battalion to the
Fmenand others performed gallant
; ' "i the efforts to save life. New
, 'i'en, a lad of 16, was taken out
'lb'itdie, i a short time.
,?"! efforts were made by the
Kii-" t0. ,'xtri,'al0 JIi,is Katherine
" .,'"m1'1 1,0 ,,opn in tl,e
Tr t ' ar Vvitl' a ll,uvy timber across
nil', Slu' was Hti11 alive- ,,ut wa"
W J', f"r" ""' 'iremen could get
J.1 liMv 'dy of Blanchard
lJ-'K"n out. l l,.i !,.. .1
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Downing, Hopklnt Comp.ny, R.fUw
The past week Lai been , rety active
one in the wheat muiket, ,ri,,.4
vaneing materially and iuUi.,ntillT
Llipildation by the Ion interest ,
ceased and the sp.-euhitive thort sellers
have been lilx-ral buyers tn cover pre
vious sales. The principal ,.ail.$ fr
this reversal have been the renewed .,.
Kirt demand und the unpr, ce dented
large sale of ,,llri ,,io.iIt (,,r i,,,,,.,,
consutnption. In addition, crp pr,,..
P'''ts in A rieim are t,iii, h (s f;,v,ir.
able. The winter h,..t crop n,m
promises no impoit.mt inerea m-
pared with that of .,t yesr. The
Cessive moisture has Ken'erally retarded
the Heeliii of sprinu wheat, particular
ly in the Northwest, udieie severe
floods in the Ited liver and Jim river
valleys proini... t ., i,,.v ,elay
spring seeding, and is eeitaiii to pie'
vent any lare increase in acieatfe sown
as eoinpari'il with la-t year.
Hot winds in California have oaii-cd
extensive dama.-e !tM, advanced prices
ill San Kiaiiei-,-,, maikets equal to ! ,;
The total crop yield now promise not
to be sufth icntly larger than that nf
last year to meet the increasing demand
for American breadstuff by iiiiw,rting
countries. In thisconneetioi, it slemM
be remembered that since the war with
China, Japan has subsidized her mer
chant marine with the w.r indemnity.
The consequent reduction in ocean
freight rates has e, to Inie sales of
wheat and tlur to .lnp.ni ami China,
amounting to 2s, nut), 000 bulu ls dining
the present crop year. The owiiing
up of this new market for our wheat is
certain to have a stimulating i-ffect on
values. Nothing but the lack of spe.-n-lation
prevents an advance in prices.
The expoit demand, if continued, with
our present small stocks, may lead to
increased speculative activity and fur
nish the market w it Ii that support the
lack of which caused the ro eut de.
Im ket Oii'liilln.
Portland, Or., April :',0, lv.iT,
Flour I'oitl.nid, Salem. Cascadia
and Dayton, I. oil: ltentou county and
White Lily, $4. on; rrahaui. f 1.40; su
perfine, I'.'.T") mt I -rel.
Wheat Walla Walla, " TV; Val
ley, bOe per bushel.
Oats Choice whiti-, its m 40c per
bushel; choice gray, i7ia iltic.
Hay Timothy. U.onm l.i.oO jmt
ton; clover, $1 l.i "iOi.i 1J..10; wheat and
oat, t li.OOoi lit. ."0 is-r ton.
Hurley Feed barley, f IT.iiO .t ton;
brewing, IS 01 Hi.
Millstuffs liian, flt.oO; shoits.
Hi.oO; uiiildliiigs, .Mi.
Hotter Creaineiy, it.'ic; dairy, 2,'ioi
Si'.jc; store, U'oiitoc xr roll.
Potatoes Oregon lturbaiikst.i.na it.")c:
Garnet Chilies, tiOor Tile; Kai ly liose,
0(M5o per sack; sweets, f2.;.i jut,
cental for Mciced; new potatoes, ilo
Onions JJ.oOoi 2. per cental
Poultry Chickens, mixed, J. 75 yi
3.50; gece, $."i.00(,i 7.00; tinkers, live,
12s-,c; ducks, li.ooni 7.00 per dozen.
Kggs Oregon, 1 1 '..c per dozen.
Cheese Oregon, 1 1 luc; Yonim
America, 12lac per pound.
Wool Valley, 12 VlxM lHiiiud; East
ern ( Iregon, t'Hfi He.
Hops 4 01 7c per pound.
Heef (truss, top steers, fit. .Ml;
cows, tJ.'iSm 3.00; dressed lieef, 4 01
tic per pound.
Mutton (irons, best sheep, Wethers
and ewes, 3.50i 3.75; dressed mut
ton, 60 per pound.
U0jrS(4rls, choice, heavy, JI.OOoi
4.2o; light and fee lers, f.'.SOia 3.00;
dressed f 1.50 ui 5.25 per cwt.
Veal Large, 3 'a CI 4c; small, 4'
5 per pound.
'yeioi me water, ami the un
-ted on the uneven bottom.
'JUtfwaa from six to ten feet tl
''fKSeiigeis who had been abb
He had been drowned.
lilanchard. of Sunnv-
Tf:lru f .
"Emilia. b a8?lstut miner
J'-'i'H laillie, 25 years of age;
'xr-'"tly of Illinois,
r,.j "m Hansen, f sunnvside, 10
, r employed at Great East-
i$U ''eol'll! Were injured, gome
... .- - .
e wi l... , . . ...
'.o.'iJ cnurclies within
me itreaier i ew
rv, Zt:;.l KS rem .nd TIIE FARM AND HOME
gne-l bt described a periodic!
fever Ia Chief chHrcrrliie U n.,t
' iiiueh the tiatuie of the single at
'vks s the peculiar maimer of their
"petition, ih prin.jj,,,! type
of malaria are Intermittent fete:- and
remittent fever. The Intermittent type
l chnrscterlied uy recurring attacks,
In which, as a rule, chill, fever and'
sweating follow ,!) uu.r u orderly
"i 11, me. (in,, generally knows few
hours beforehand, by tiuplesnnt 11
sations, nud sniuetlmt-s by bendnciie,
'hat n chill Is nppiom hing Tl,, entire
duration f nu attack Is usually fr..in
twelve to fifteen hours.
The periodicity of the una. ks Is must
striking: they occur with regularity nt
ud of twenty four, forty eljfbt or
sev. uivmo hour. 1 luring the Inter
vening period the patient feels pretty
well, nud except In unusually severe
a si a In aide to he about. The r"iilt-ti-nt
type of the din-use has 110 distinct
Intermissions of the fever; the lemiM-r-mire
Is eomuiitly above the uornial,
thongli nuii'ked reinllun cecur.
lnlnr!a Is cuused by the presemv III
the hloi.,1 ,f 1 parasite, a uilnu'e or.
giulmu which can be seen only by the
il I of a microscope. The UHtural his
tory of till parasite Is not known; not
do we know how the organism enter,
or how or In what form It leaven the
human body. It Is known, boweicr,
that then organisms nre always pre
tit ill the blood of a persotl suffeiin
from malaria, and that they disappear
with the dlsnppcarttuce of the stinp
tmiis. or with the administration of
'luiiilne. Low. marshy regions, with
abundant vegetation, badly drained
low lying districts, old river coum-a,
tracts of lund which are rh li In veg,
table iiiHtter. and particularly dls
trlcts which have been allowed to 'all
out of cultivation, are favorite Km nil
ties for the development of the ma
In regions where malsrla conslantly
prevails. Ii occur most frequently In
spring and autumn: In temperate re
lioim It I nt lis worst III September
and October. Wlierrter It prevail the
drinking water khould be boiled. 11 nd
unucci'Ksftry exposure to the night air
should be avoided Youth's Compaii
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM
ER AND HOUSEWIFE.
he nil the support they will require.
If growu upon the lawn they should
have a w Ire trellis, or be nicely staked.
One ounce of seed will sow twenty feet
of row, If the row are two Inches In
depth, one onm e of seed will only sow
tell feet of row.
'"1,lh' Vl.l, .0 Fronce.
April 2S.-The Times eorre-'-ie
" nas r'en informed
b. t u 1 Pri'" e Ihdienh.he'B
j lUm.taux, the Fren.h Mi--ttin.v
1 nsa lilf situati.ui ii
I ,r.,B i l''r""ade France,
HaiT ' 1u"Hi'. to support
..? r("M-t'"g Great Britain'a
1 toward the lioers, in
1I,Cn "f r-.ir, (ii
mil. 'ailing upon one
When the l'rlc In Low Keeil Hurlrt
to Htoi'k-Knflir Corn Grown hiuifss
fully In Keglon Affected bj Uruutli
How to How Llovrraveil.
A C001I Ksriii Crop,
ltnrlcy must be gotten III early. A
Ight, sandy I011111. If it Is rich enough,
vlll grow a tine crop of barley. A well
vorktsl clay loam w 111 also ptislu. e
leavy crops, and In some years extra
irdinary crops. The ground for th.s
rop khould be manured the year be
ore. l'otato ground or beet land will
trow excellent crop. The best grow
is plow tladr land In the fall, an 1
arly In April, when the ground Is n;
o work, harrow the laud both wa.s.
iit1 then drill in two bushels of seed
ind two hundred pounds of fertilizer
o the acre. The fertilizer gives the
icisl a go.,,1 start. The grain ripens
arllcr and has a brighter color. Ai'ier
he clop Is lib,, ut two Inches high, ,t
diotild be rolled. The rolling should
e done when the soil Is dry. Cloicr
icisl may be sown with barley. If the
it'oiiud Is In line tilth and rich six
plans of clover will give a thick scr
lie (if the advantages of this crop Is
hat It lakes hut four months to grow
he crop. ami. If the grain Is high. It
1111 be sold. and. If low. It makes 1111 e.x
ellent feed for all kinds of stock, ese
hilly for pigs. Hurley ripening early.
' he laud. If not seeded to clover, should
ie harrowed over w ith the disc harrow,
list one way ami then across the Held.
Hid prepared for w heat.
Another year's experience with this
by weather crop has jiistillisl the
hiluis of its friends and put to light
ts enemies. All over that section of
he l ulled States west of the Missis
dppl Itlver, where Indian com falls
iccasloiially. kallir corn was more
argely grown than ever before during
be season of ls'.si. The yield was
nrgcr than ever, and as fanners be
oiue more and more familiar w ith cul
Ivating and handling the crop the
Mirly objection gradually disappear.
If course, last season was not marked
jy drouth except in limited areas, but
11 Texas, Kansas. Nebraska, and par
Iciilaily Oklahoma, dry weather did
loiue damage to Indian corn, but failed
o hurt the kallir. There Is some oh
eel ion mi the score of dlthVulty In cur
ng w heu It Is cut as hay, or put Into
diocks. as is Indian corn. A a rule. In
be sections where It Is most largely
' ;rovn, rains are not nt nil frequent
luring harvest time, and In addition
.he atmosphere has pi collar drying
iropertles, so that experienced grow
M's Mud nothing to complain of. The
(talks make a high grade of forage,
ind the grain, wl ground. Is excel-
ut for stock feed, and lu a number
if cases kallir meal has been made
: Ho acceptable bread. Hroadcastisl
lelds nre cut ami harvested as hay,
:iut w here the corn Is planted In rows
. t Is usually cut and shocked, remain
ng In the Held until thoroughly dry.
ifler which It Is stacked. The ground
. prepared a for an ordinary crop of
.Mi-n. Prill In the seed so that there
I will be a stalk about every six or ten
j nehea. Agriculturist.
Seattle, Wash., April 30. 1''7.
Wheat Chi. ken feed. .'7 per ton.
Oats Choice, fj:ii24 per ton.
Hurley Kolled or giound, 20 per
Torn Whole, $20 per ton; eracke.1,
f20((i21; feed meal, l(20.
Poultry Chickens, live, per pound,
hens, 10c; ducks. ii((Ui."0.
Flour (Johbiiigl Patent excellent,
$ 1, HO; Novelty A, 11.50; California
brands, fU0; Dakota, 5.115; patent,
Millstuffs-Hran, U 00 per ton;
Peed Chopped feed, 1S.O0 per tm;
middlings, 22; oilcake meal, 30.
Hay Puget sound, per ton, 11.00;
Eastern Washington, 15.
jlltter Fancy native creamery,
brick. 20c; ranch, 14m 15; California.
Cheese Native Washington, r.e.
Vegetables Potatoes, per ton. 14.00
(ii 14; parsnips, per sack, 7.V; beets,
per sack, tiOc; turnips, per sack, 1.0c;
rutabagas, per sack. 50c; carrots per
sack, 40(.50e; cabbage, per 100 lbs,
1.50; onions, per 100 lbs. 4.25.
Sweet potatoes-Pcr 100 lbs. 1-00.
Kggs Fresh ranch, litoi 13 'a'.
Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef,
steers, 7c; cows, 0',e; mutton, sheep,
8 iac per pound; lamb, 5c; pork, 0 '.., per
pound; veal, small, Sc.
Fresh Fish Halibut, 4'aw..C
salmon, tif"c; salmon trout, 7( 10c;
flounders and soles, :ioi4.
Provisions-Hams, large. 11',.; bams,
small, MV: breakfast bacon, 10c; dry
salt sides, l! V Ix'r Po'""1'
Kruits Lemons, California, fancy,
2.50r3; choice, ; Cal forma fancy
navals, :!(.. 3. 5(k
San Francisco, April 30, l!'7.
Potatoes-Salinas Hurbanks. t(h-
1.10; Earlv Hose. 0.a 70c; H.ver Hur
banks, 50m65c; sweets, !.50o?l.,5
per cental. , .
Onions-2.25t3.00 per cental.
Butter Fancy creamery, 13 S. ;10
seconds, 12o. 12 ac; ty dairy, 1...
aeconds, 10 'a in H'- , ,, , ,
nie,w.-Fa.icy null. new. .'ae.
fair to good, 5'.,oc; Young America,
7rs; Eastern. 14 U'.c.
W(K,l-Choice fisith.ll, 10;2 1.V; San
Joaquin plains, M lie; do 12 month,
8id lie per pound.
Hay Wheat nd oat. '10.t 1
clover, i.:c..mpr.-ed wheat. '. t
9.50; do oat, ir '"
Tropical Fruit-Banana. .-00'4
2.00 -r bunch; pineappl-s. ?
Citrus Fruit-Oraiig-s. navel, --5
a.U0i sellings. dol-n JOi c..m
mon lemons. l.OU l-W. fane; . -'
2.25 peFjcX. . r .
$3.75 (4 per barreL w
Hopa 8 Uo per pound-
Wive Fold at Auction.
There Is a town on Vancouver Isl
and overlooking the I'acirlc ncenn that
Is lu ueed of 3.(i women. The tow u
Is a cheerful place lu It general as
pect. Its streets are well paved, and
tlie climate and surroundings com
bine to uiako It attractive. But there
U a shortage of women and young
girls lu this locality that begets an air
of melancholy In the bearing of the
superfluous male Inhabitant.
The Mayor of this tow n Is a resource
ful man. Finding that It was Impos
sible to relieve the gloom that had
settled over his bailiwick without for
elgu aid. he raised a fund to Import
a carload of marriageable women from
the East. A hundred young women
comprised the llrst consignment to this
center of high-pressure bachelorhood.
Tho town received the newcomers
with open arms. A reception followed
by a bargain sale" of w ives acted like
a tonic ou the despairing community.
Men who had begun to feur that a
long Journey must precede the chance
to wed found a honeymoon within
their reach. The bidding wag Bplrit
ed. In some Instances great bargains
were obtained, a forlorn bachelor ob
taining a better half at actually panic
prices. (Hie mini had a life partner
knocked down to him before he had
been Introduced to her.
There was not a large amount of
- 1...-. .1.-0.1 i ihU curious sale.
A l-1,1 who owned $50 was rich eiioiigU .'found Is 1 r. sow eight .pmrls to the
to Indulge lu the luxury nf spinster- . n re
hood If she so desired. A man wltll
jpxi to spend 111 the auctiou was In a
position to make his own choice prac-,i..,tu-
Ileum v wa at a premium.
Before sowing clover seed, harrow
he grain across the drills, then sow
he seed right behind the burrow. If
the land Is rich, six quarts of seed will
he eiiuiiuh to sow upon nil acre; If the
mid frciieiit!y caused very lively com-
the whole, tlie expen
great success, and the
metit w.i a
town has taken on nn air of gayety that
It sadly 1 led. The number or wen-
dings since the auction has been sutll
..(., ,t er,. to encourage the town
The secret of successful clover
rowlh Is a thin omit of rich manure,
spread over the Held either III the fall
r lu the spring. Six two horse loads
will cover an 11 ere. If the stubble Is
heavy, cut It off, setting the mower bar
high. The time to cut In about the
ml, Idle of August. Make It Into hay;
it makes a line feed for young cattle In
w inter. The clover should be given a
I'onl of sixty bushels of lime to Ihe in re
early in the fall, or during the w inter
( lover seed sown late on hard, dry
1,1 1 , ,-T . vew York i-'rouml Is only a waste of seed, as I here
of sn nster from the I.i-t.-.New lor
Discount and Downcast.
A H ell Known Vnln dimity, ( ullfur.
nln, UriiKKls'. I'l'ir '"r "" Mr'1"4
He t'inils a Mmr I'leMSMiit Item
,ly for Ills IH Tlixil llinl-
l llll'S I'MIISI t H.
From the Mil, w ,j. 11 i n-1 . 1.
There is piobably no man in Yolo
county better known that William I!.
Pond" formerly of the drug linn ol
Pond & Law son, of Woodland,
Is not enough moist lire to start I lie
seed, nud being late the hot, dry weath
er will kill Ihe planls If they germinate.
Wlnle :rcil Vermin.
Animals kept In warm stables un
less liable to protect themselves
against vermin that they can easily
destroy by lolling lu the dust when
given free range In summer. The fad
that a horse w ill often choose lo roll
on bare soil, especially If dusty, rather
than on the grass. Is Itself pretty good
evidence that the horse Is troubled by
lice. A shrewd horse will often do this
if the soil be wet, and thus cover him
self with mud. When It dries It Is
turned to dust in the process of groom
lug. I nist w ill kill lice, and w hen ani
mals have access to hare ground liny
w..r lie,, vears Mr. Pond was a terrible
...r f.-. m.ri-oiis nmstration. and
,,t and during these attacks, pined f.n are never troubled III this way. nrieii
Meepthat knows waking." In stables w lo re poultry nre allowed.
Phv-iei nis were powerless to aid him, 1 Ihe vermin co from the bodies of the
and ho was becoming rapidly worn out, ! hens, llmllng a lodgment on the wood
when an old friend, a .Mr. ll-ndrickson, J work of the stable. Prepare a kerosene
of .i, Fnnei-co. recommended him to emulsion with one part of kerosene to
..' ii,- Willi s' Pink Pills. In much ten of water, and enough soup in make
i" .,v tint a drowning man It come together In a inl.xtun
it whatever conies III , .hi.
ur-i,. , .s :
p, clutched at the idea of Pink Pills, !
and tin-v cured hi n his following
the nnted direction-. .Mr. Pond is
ehaiimati of the liepublicat. county cen-1
tral committee, and is never tired of.
Hinging the piaiscs of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. . . !
Dr. William-' Pink PiH" contain, in
h-iiscd form, all the eiemems
to give new lire ami ru nner
Idood and re-tore shatli roi
necks mill shoulders of nil horses In
stables with this oeen-loiially, and the
vermin will cease to trouble. But
w hether horse lire or are imt pestered
with hell lice, poultry have no business
III horse stables. They lire very apt to
get 111 unless doors and w indows nre
kept closed or protected by screens.
More horses nre kept poor by having
fow Is soil their feed ImiXi s than by lack
of feed when working bard during the
warm spring weather.-American Cub
They are an unfailing specitie tlvator.
r.rowln t Swrtl
Kvnvl imhs rcdiiire tin
as the garden pea. with Ihe exception
that they require heavier manuring.
It Is not ncoesniry to train them on
ill f,, m- of weakness u,lUWl.n or 0n stakes; w hile they nave
M .. Pii.lv I'illa I . ... ... ,i r..- ..x.i.r n ,, v
,er III male or i-inao-. tcrnim UUd i-iiiik "'rl-'1 -
sold by all dealer-, or will be sent 1 st.)k(, ,, miy . r them, yet they
,,n recent of KM' ,o n-nm ,K. r witn fc-i-JH satisra'-iioii
l.i.x, or six l'vs i"r ;.." in. . p.. runnlngotl rows in uie K.ini'-ii imi
evei -old bv the bulk or tool, u ,ei
,li. -f.i g I'r. 'William' .M.-licine Com
oiliV N-helic t adv. N. -
f,u such diseae as locomotor ataxia,
paitial paralv-is. St. Vitus' dance, sci
,ti, i, neuralgia, iheiim:itim, nervous
1,,-ldlidie, tl." alter effect of lagrippe,
.uil,lt.lti..n of the h-art, paieaiei s.u...n
i ' .
m.TiT-5-IH fill '
. i. r"
i..,.. wide nm iib-mt four mcne in
de.t. Place In the bottom of the fur
row one Inch of old, well rotted ma
nure, nud sow three or four ood to
the Inch. Cover the seed only two
Indies 111 ib'p'h. nud a the pea grow,
draw the other two lm In of null close
up to the root. Keep the soil looe be
tween the rows; when the vines are
half grown, throw a light furrow on
each side of the p-a row-thla will
t-'criliitg oiiiiii Chti'kn.
I'hUkeiis do not require food for the
tir-t twenty hours after hatching. Af
ter that time tl ey should be removed
from the nest oi Incubator where they
were hatehisl. Then for the llrst week
stale I, lead, soaked In milk, with the
milk partly siuecasl, or the yolk of
hard boihsl eggs, mixed Willi bread
crumbs, will he found the best food
I in not fi-ed young i hlck the w hite
of eggs, iis It is very Indigestible.
llrannlated oatmeal, fed dry, I alc
good, but It never should be damp
ened. If the chicks cannot get gins lu
their runs, it should be provided for
Ihcin. or a little lettuce cut Hue will do
very well, If gra-s cannot be pris'tirisl
Po not allow the chicks' drinking
water to get warm by standing In the
sun. l!lve them fresh water three or
four limes a day. After the llrst two
weeks. If you do not want Imwel trou
ble, milk should be given theni to
Middlings, hrau ami mal.e-meal. lu
equal parts, make a gisid food. The
mixture should be dampened Just
enough that all the parts may he well
mixed together.- Poultry World.
The (limlilr ol Kii.lla .
As n i lie li care Is required In sohvtlng
what shall go Into the silo as food for
stock us ti) what shall be put in the
barn lo he fed dry. The silo adds noth
ing to nutritive value. It must ill any
case (.lightly decrease It. for some fcr
mentation must occur to cause the en
silage to keep. It Is lllls,lllllt that this
fermentation Is- as rapid as possible.
ko thai II can he cheeked wit bout going
to the acid singe which destroys still
more of w hat nutrition wa put Into the
silo. Hem e Ihe better quality of feed
put into the silo, retaining a much
moisture a Is needed to exclude air.
It Is for this rcas ui that corn Hint ha
come to earing singe make sweelir
ensilage than the Immature stuff tl al
must ferment until it sour N-foiv
enough carbonic acid gas can be ll'ocr
tiled lo preserve It. Lxi llillige.
(Jrnwinii cert In Contract
It Is a great convenience to young
farmers who have loo little capital to
make a contract with some seedsman
to grow a part of I he crop of seeds or
potatoes that he requires for his cus
tomer. There are few seedsmen who
have the laud to spare to grow all Ihe
seeds they require.. At the same time
they cannot purchase seed in the open
market that they know will lie pure
and without admixture of other varie
ties. Hence they are glad to furnish
seed for planting or sowing to some
one who will keep It free from mixing
with other kinds. And for thl trouble
they can and do pay more than the
average market prices.
Twrntr Acn Knoll -h.
If you have but one leaui. twelve to
twenty acres will lie enough to have
under cultivation. Aim to give every
crop four good horse cultivations. The
smoothing barrow is a very valuable
implement. Olio week afler phllillng.
If the ground Is lit. run over Ihe Meld
the way the corn or potoloos were
planted; the following week barrow
across the rows. These crops may be
harrowed four times. With a good
harrow and a sternly ten in, no hand
hoeing will I' required.
Oram lor VVrt I.nml.
The be! grasses for marshy land
are nsl top, ineiidow fewue, fowl
meadow grass, Kentucky blue grass
ami nuiidow foxtail, l-uml w hich ha
Ims-ii for twenty year In pasture will
probably not require much. If any, fer
tilizer, but It would I' well, before
seisling dow n, lo keep the hind under
cultivation for one year. Corn would
be the most suitable crop for till purpose.
"Playin' possum" come frm ihefe t
that the poum will feign sleep or death j
when pushed into sudden di.nger o' l -im
captured. Hut pain- and aches never play
that kind of a game. Tin v m v, r tty lo
fool un liody, and go to work I i wak,-op
people. h u ing no chance to ti inn -I, i
On the other hand, ihere 1- a niio'K
known ii .-I .lacolis Oil dial will lu la
pant or an ache o that il woo l wake up
.main in the i lire I hat l'i low its ii -e Pains
and aches arc greal or less m 1 1 1 T , 1 1 1 1 ju-i
in ,h give as we I real t ln-ni. Prompt lii.ii
unlit with I he is t renic-lv M .l.n o1.-i n
- pre ven is i heir in, r a-e and h i ui oig pre.
x enis i heir n un n. ,',-r I tunc l.iiih ! t'V
taking pains ami ache-, m tunr t,,ra prompt
and permanent core, and there is ii.,ili,ii
In tl r than Ihe ue ol M .lin oi.s Oil
Owing to the unusual snowfall in
- it .ci laud the chamois have become
so lame in some places that they visit
the stables in search of food.
.tri-KM. nut (iciTtxir.
, A J
v in i
y II . f.ttii .'f -i si-.f,-, nil",' i i I l l e- "L
, live i--n,..l, f i C- a -J
( ; J S.-h I. I.ilr Hi 1 I- ' ' ( nsl . .p
' i'A ..I'll.!,,.,., il I.MjIl . :' If '
111 H 11 Ul o K ( tliirMrtl.lc In Illlll' W I
liih( nt 1 1 it ni'pi tl tr N'M'-intii f tiimtc
i T.'imii h, or )a liver, tn t In 1 1 it ' i 1 1
il -i.i .l ic ii'iMttu" Hii i:n rt ii'.iil ih
rik.!"'! Ol tllf k'.ri'ul itlMt MVri'lr III
lh'"ti il'r' "liHiini ti llitit f, in, it. -tr r,
IHIII to I III' IHU' 111 It V 11' . ulnit l I
MH-irll In ttc li iiti Hri- triiii'lrl u ilh
in ii, ni.l in tin' H.Miim h, or ll i I tltnt
kin ir the Ii i it ui ioir t't tttt ink i iih:
Tlit of M ultii h.ts n t ; m i l: u , i u '
of its own, (li'iivtvl from tlir Cui thiiin
iiiii utnl Ai.iln.iij tt'iiutifH. 'I'h i' nobility
of tho ir-l.i.i'1 i)M';ik It. ill. m.
IIIIMK I'KOlMiTH AND I'I KK FOtl.
tl ln-it rn S i up. fciiH-Hlli d, ttn'inllv .t
lit lit coil in -I nii) ot v iity, in tun. I.' irmn
$ i nn v. (.,-,',., h' i" nt nn if 1 1 -.'til
Mii:hi i ittii Hti'l tr fir. ci Ii fHrf It ) hr u.i
! IT-! t'ni- k"m t'1. I" "hm tinl. Mitmiiitr
tint. I l tin I'ai ith I'tMit VtH'f i o Ml tii
it 1 1 it " ' 'i i. ."(' irit" h tltf inniiiu
tiitt'i't tuitiit' litlni;rnplipil on evt'rv rn.
Tlio inor-t thii-kly iMiptilnlt-'l oouuiry in
KuropK i Hi liuiu, ati'l it in uU tlio
Kit l.tm ati'l ( In st ili-rus..--., pii'n t'nn
i t he Ix'-i nir.li- nn' hi1 hiti tiM'tl. Mr-.
.1 I. Nuitlit utt, WttnUiT, Out , Caiimlit.
M-ttliH may lo krpt front furn ami
WtMiloiiH, I'm toil Stat oh Kntotimluint
I. . Ilowunt roiu ltiii !it ly roll ntnr
Uk't tliitiii tin Hiimmor at forty lo
m 1 1 ts tif oiiio, city or Tot riMt,(
I t i i t ti rv
nok I i tiKNt-Y mtki'M imih (hit In I- thi'
riiinr iinrtm-r nf I tit firm nf K J I ntMYiU ,
'In ui; iMi-hir in tin fit v ( Toli'.lu, t nntitx
unit S title iirt-ttiiil, iml thnt M Hrtn will ih
tin' mmm of (INK HI MiKKh m .. 4 Ks fir rm ii
Hint every -ni' nf ( ntnrt It thnt run tint In enrol
li. I tie iin nf II U.l 'it t r It Hit t I UK
KKANK J I'M KNK Y.
!(irit to liefnre me unit mil Ttl'eti In tuv
treein e, thlsi titli driv n( lei cmlier, A. U Uh
s i A. W. UI.KAXON,
I I Notary I'lililliv
HhU'. ( HtHrrh Cure in tnketi internally m
1 m it tlireelly nn the blmul til luiieniift mirfHt
til the tieiii Semi ,nr te-lliiitiiiial, fire.
F JMIKNKY .1 I U , Inle.ln, O
Stihl hy ImiKk'NtH, 7.V.
11 ill In Kmuily rillo nre I tie tiottt.
All ri rtlif fit i
It U kii .ii t I- a
1 , '
lt. i urn
'LAIN TS, '.
Ail't H (!l.n-ri arl tutf frrnn lt-r-fi-nl
vlillieMNii.l l-U tT. i to
tkit !' n tiiii'-1 'iiHOtt t'ti. n
(lUifs ii" HI ' It'l l.
l.itiii- if .l l.ttt. or O'-w 9tj
iinalltT iie at j"ur ticrt' t turw.
The bol se w hen Ihoh siiil' is L'nided
entirely by the no-tiils in the choice of
iio,er food, and blind louses aie nev
er known tn make mistakes in their
It has been discovered to bin v a man
11)1 to bis lie, k ill wet s.ilid is n ,r iC
tically certain nm' for api .net t de dh
from an cb i trie sh,,,.
The cra.e for things S. otti-h h i in
vaded Africa. The sultan of Mormvii
has enit.u'cd a "bran 1 1 iid.iiiiliii.in" tn
day the bimnpcs at bis court.
EASE CALL GCGOS H;
We t Hrrv llip nm-l riinilete line n( i.v miin-inin
Mini Allil.-ltr l O i'Ii the i iMtt
SUIH A) UNIFO mi MADE 10 ORQttl.
S'lhl fir our Aililetle t Hlitlnyiie.
WILL & FIMCK CO..
HIH H.'ll Millkel SI., n I-I mills,-,,, I ill.
r " r."".r r r t z r.
MNM ttpl'1" rwwirlll JSf) M Ml
fc l..r . liil.lt i ll lifllilnif II m,
I f ii I lie (ruin, I yin. cure ""I - U' I" 4
k Ihf l-'it ifiiii-l f.ir ilinhMi. Tm'iilj firm ttnU
Inrsit of all m a
ti lit MlnTa t 1
.1 rddld n il
III I'll ItK ntul I'll KH eiire.l; lm .y un-
til ettte I . oeinl Inr l-'.'k I'H- M twin it
I'MHi ntHKi i'. :i w Mitrkt I st , Snit r rNHeiveti.
Are you nervous? Your nerves ;ire j
the channels through which your gen
eral vitality courses. If they are upset
you can't be healthy. There arc in
numerable ailments following nervous
ness. Dr. Sandcn's
I: Ice trie licit...
Cures all of them. The life of the nerves is Klectricity,
which this famous appliance pours into your boily for hours
at a time. Its effect is soothing, strengthening, exhilarating.
Read Dr. Sanden's famous book. "Tiiki-i: Classics ok Mi:n."
It is instructive to weak men or women. It gives hundreds
of cases of cures accomplished in the Northwest. If you
w ill send us your address we will mail you a copy by return
mail 1;RKK, closely sealed.
SAN DEN ELECTRIC BELT CO., M w'"k"' ."..-.';
Wkrn writing lo Ailirrtiur plrme mrnMim (( p'tirr.
Women mul tli Onnlcn.
Always lake tin' wlfe'H ndvlcc nlsnit
making the Itardell. but don't let tier do
the hard work. It may kcciii intlcrliii
work, but If so i (lit ii t In lout', straight
rows with room ciiiiiikIi Is'tween tn use
the cnlllviitor freely. Ill thin way by
horse power lunch more run be ncconi- ,
idlsheil, iiml Ihe labor bolnn used eeon
niiiically. nnd on rich land, will iniike
more ii'olll I hiin the like ninoiiiil nf la
in, r on any part of the farm Hillside the j
Henlnr Haltinu of Town.
It Is Important Unit row la- regular- ,
y salted nt h ast twice n week. If they
lime salt before them nil the time they
will not cut niKt'c than Is (food for theni.
This recnlar willing not only InereaseH
milk yield, but lllsn lilllkeK It of better
(iiallty. Where cuwn lire salted reitu
larly their milk will keep Hweet twen
ty four bourn longer thaii will milk
from ruwH ihnt have HiilTereil for hick
Ill huyliiK vegetable and itniNH seeds,
buy from 11 llrst-i lass bonne, nnd k-
fresh, last year'M s Is. If the price In
hlh, (jel less seed, but preplire Ihll
uroiiiid proierly nnd put In plenty of
line well rotted lliunnre. Sow the vetfe
table seeds thln-llot more thiin two or
three seeds to the Inch. MiiiikcI seeds
should be sown but one seed to thu
In ( nurt.
Lawyer-Ktit when you said that did
yon not have some ulterior motive In
Witness-What rlulit have yon tn
(iicHtloii my motived-
Lawyer-I'm not nnpMlotiliiK your
motives, I'm (iicHtlonlni you.-Ihmtori
KUASONS row usim;
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Bti Jusf it Is ahsidutely pur.
Bciu it is not made by the so-called IkiIcIi Procevs in
wliicli chemicals are u.d.
Recause beans of the finest quality are used.
Mecau'.e it Is made by a method whirli prtvrvn unimpaired
the exquisite natural llavnr and odor ol the beans.
Pecause it is the most economical, costinc less thsa one cent
II iur thai you (ct lh inuln artlcl md hy WALTIiR
BAKI k CO. LU., Dorchecttr, Man. l iUhllihnJ 1 7 SO.
t V3l- rv
Rebuilt Cms and
N GUARANTEED 0KDER.
FOR SALE CHEAP
"Well, you mis', old man, I'm afraid
the (jovenimeiit won't come down with
the i ll hIi . He's a sort of bombshell."
"He IfoeH off when I touch bltll."
i i H. P. Hercule, Gas or Gasoline.
1-2 11. V. Ilcrcuti', G.iK or Gasoline.
1-2 II. I'. Regan, Gas or Gasoline.
1-3 H P. Oriental, Gas or Gasoline.
1-4 II. P. Otlo, Gas or Gasoline.
1-4 H. P. Pacific, Gas or Gasoline,
id H. P. Hercules, Gas or Gasoliuc.
I in II. P. Hercules, Gas or Gasoline.
Stale Your Wants and Write for Prices...
?SX.z: ....Engine Works
Can, Oaioline and Oil Engines, 1 to 200 H. P.
1 ha Molrrn Author,
He padded bin Joke, tic padded hid hooka,
lie padded hia (micui n well;
Hut Kood thi'ik's mini. In the coiira of
Tor the public padded Ilia cell. O
New York Joiiriial.
Organ l.rlnder In Vienna.
Orati Krimlers lu Vienna are uot al
low (si to piny lu the morning or even-lug-only
between midday and auuavt.
Weakness of Men WHEAT
gulrkly. Thoroughly, Vowr Cured
tif nw MrfortM tcitntint
t k l 4 Ulait tMO nut
hbIi tb cam it bjMnii
bomaa i4 .-tt fI in
Ewnvnt rf n kirn
faurulf m king ntif !
B txKlj, mtui o4 hrl
Ertrf oUtrl to hppf
fnrra. wtl. ntrgy, htl
fftiliDf or lot. f rttnrMl hf thu trtuint Alt
k utirtloiit ol ih tMxlf itl'H (rn'h
no4 Wnu l.rur buttk. 'ik pitt"0 mn
promt no Mla, Ir Oitr rtrc
rnir urnioil nn nuoara st.
Mk mnney bjr iuo
rc-n:ul niiritlattiin tn
t lilrnifo. W? buy ik1
M-ll tit)tt tluTi tin intr
iiik. rnrtntit'i navv ittn nitnu in muiiii
itimiitt hy Iru'lintf In futinvs. write for
lull imrlii llllirt. lUtl Ol n'flTt'tll'e itivi'ii.
rl 'r' ex prlph-r oh the t'lmnco Honl u(
Trtf, mirl tttomukth kiiimlnlccul thf lust-
)). ItliW t)ltlf, lto)-kltl A i ( n .l'Hafli ltdnt
ol Irxlt hri'bfr (ttM-fi iti rorilitiid, Orvun,
HiH.kmr miJ x ttl,
I Cmikk k;ni. Tm ()L B f
t-ll'T. W.-'i br dPiCIWH
4: N.P.N. U. N 700. S.F.N.U. No. T77