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••FAKRR" BRRKD ARC1KNTTNIAW. |
B«« «urn«*«e l *11 other isedicin««. In meri«,
••le« arri cure«.
Ita «treee«« treat *• It ha« been, ha, ap
parently only Just begun.
Il has revel red by actual count mor« than
SO.OUO t««tlmonlals In two year«.
Il parlile« tbs blood, cam all blood dia-
•aaea. all humors and all eruptiona.
It strengthen* th« «tom*ch. create« an
appetita and build« up the whole >y«t«m.
Il cure* that tired feeling sud ui*k«a th«
In usual liquid form oris chocolated tablets
knows as Sarsataos. MO 4o*<-> St.
A g»*l time to do your dehorning la
to dehorn th« calve« with a go-»l de-
Parry (reaching for his blu« pencil! — horner when they are a few daya old.
Anything 10 th“« stary about s railway ' Mark them with •■ aluminum aarmark
an you can keep a record of them
Keep a r**>rd of the breeding of
each cow. «o you will know when ahe
la due to calve, and then allow her to
go dry six weeks before calving
The dairy bull should be fed like a
A Fellow Feellat*.
working horse and should receive plen
"Still rooting for tbe Cari si« Indian*, ty of exercise. Work him In a tread
What's the se-ret of your
(ondoes* for tbe nvble red m«n?"
The milking Is one of the moat Im
"I'm one myself."
portant parts of the dairy business
“So? You don't look it."
"I belong to the Improved Order of Tte rows sbonld be mliked quickly,
cleanly and quietly. Do not excite your
cows or they will not let tbelr milk
Pllts CURtD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
down. Don't abuse a cow because she
PA7O OINTMENT ia fua an'eiNii to cur* mt kick*, If «he kick« three ts un» cause
(*'*!»• ol Itch nr, R; nd iOxxlin« or Protrudiug
for It. Ix*ok for the cause and remedy
I'tiea in è to U da. a or mouev r* funded 5iX'.
It. It may be a «ore teat, ft may be an
Jndfairnt of Pwiterlty.
I Inflamed udder or It mar be that she
Teacher (of n.<ht
I has been misused and regard» her milk
scarcely necessary for me to say that Ten
nyson ranks deservedly as oue of ths er as an enemy that she must fight. If
such Is the case. treat her kindly ■nd
greatest of Eng! sb poets.
Shaggy Haired Pupil—Sure. He’s the she will soon learu that you are not
only man that could rhyme “onward“ going to harm her
with “hundred.” and make it go.
Clip the long hair off the udder «nd
flanks and tail, and wipe off the udder
Mother, win find Mrs. Wln.low*« So.'thln«
«▼tup lhr b at reniedv to uaa tvr th«tr eoboUwj with « damp cloth before milking, and
Burla« (.««tmthuts psrloU.
you will be surprised to see bow much
cleaner the milk will be.
Weigh each cow’s milk with an ac
"Deah me.” Miss Mahals, who's d«
curate scale and test the milk with a
swell gemmea wot don' tuk yo' out
Babcock teeter and you will be able to
“Dat gemmen? He's da one what is see how many of your cows are paying
financed tub me. Mlstah John*.ng."— for themselves.—Dr. David Roberta.
Wisconsin State Veterinarian.
Merely a Filler.
Wheat tn the Uoftnn
The cows udder is kept in a ’clean,
The first week In November I* early
healthy and smooth condition by ««sli
fooucti to »'• wheat throughout the
ng it with borax and water; a table- middle portion of the cotton belt. This
•f>oonfnl of borax to two quarts of water. crop often »ucceeda well town a* late
Tnia prevents roughness and soreness «* Dec. 1, provided the conditions shall
or cracked teats which make milking be favorable for germination for two
time a dread to the cow and a worry to week* after »owing (not too cold and
Land covered with
crow th of cr**a or other vecetatlon Is
Collin* th« Kettlo Black.
not considered the best condition for
A rustic was sitting on the bank of wheat, for tbe reason that wheat like*
a stream when th« parton'« daughter a compact, .smooth surface «oil. Turn
came that way. Punch give« tha con- ■ your land well, then harrow, then roll
with a heavy roller, then sow the «ee.1
“Well. miss. I be fair 'mazed wl' the A one «r one and a half ton roller rus
way o' that 'ere fisherman, that I be!" over a freshly plowed surface once or
■aid tbo loafer.
twice will compact the three or four
“Why la that. Carver?" asked tbe Inches of surface soil. Tbe wheat see<1
should then be put tn with a regular
The owd fool has been «Ittin’ there wheat drill, says a Southern authority.
fur tbe last six hours and
h*au’: 11 would not apply less than 400 pounds
i of fertilizer per acre and would prefer
“How do you know that?"
500 to (XiO pounds unless the land be
“I been a-watcbln' o' ha tbe wbol«
already rich. I recommend th!« for
mula: Two hundred pound* acid phos
phate. 400 pounds of cottonseed meal
and 50 pound* of muriate of potash
per acre, supplemented with a top
dressing of 50 to 75 pounds of nitrate
of so.ia fn March If tbe appearance of
the plants seem to Indicate the need
flarople. Booklet and Par’or Game. Whit Ite. of more nitrogen.—Exchange.
Pacifie C omi Borax Co . Oakland, Cal.
Darable Gate Hlnje.
In tbe accompanying aketcb A r*T-
resents a block of bard wood In which
a socket bole is made, says a writer to
the Prairie Farmer.
In this socket
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER!
Mail qb nny rood
r icture wf?h p ata
nr ier for SI 95 and rest« the gate piece, which 1« of a suit
we will awnd you a able size to turn easily.
t mat if a I [>L q : o rn-
larire:n*»nt of mb .«. upper part of the p<«it a two-Inch hole
irnD>o>l in n hand
*otnr frame like cut: is bored Into which Is driven one prong
outside •• ea»-ire o*
inches. of a hedge fork. A small bole Is bored
Me do nil kinds of
et lnr-'ing and kodak through the end of the prong and a pin
f r iahing
>o ir h dm to be de- ■userted to bold It In place.
velotod and hniched
Vke pay rec urn post
*GEO. H. STR0-1G
It Is not cold weather that hurts
sheep so much a« It Is getting wet
Sheep to fatten well should tie fed reg
ularly twice a day. morning and even
ing. Sheep naturally drink a little and
often, and should have water con
venient to them all the time.
feed well and give good shelter, then
allow your sheep to drink Ice water to
143 W. Pi k St
afforded by a
I.amh Valara Advancing.
During the past ten years there has
oeen a building up period In the lamb
trade. Lambs are now in demand In
every consuming center and the trade
appears to have no limit The fact of
the matter ts that lambs are becoming
each year. Any first-class
lambs will be sure of strong prices for
many years to come.
S licker ?
Clean - Light
A J *T>*ft* CO
V 3 A
Oslr Healthr Animal« Par.
C. Gee Wo
Pure water only should be allotted to
the bogs. Do not think that the hog
will eat anything and It will be best
for him. Clean food and drink are bet
ter and more profitable for any animal.
Healthy animal« only are profitable In
thia age.—E. J. Wateratrlpe, in Swine.
It Is dslmed that cows that are fed
a little grain In connection with tbelr
m H*« HiArle a life trtndy ol
»It I hr-rl-w, nnd ; n tha pasture yield a larger proportion of
r.-H ■ i - . v
cream In tbe milk and always make
w rid Li’w'n
No Mercery, Poisons or Drugs Used tie Cure«
Withoert Operation, or Without the Aid of a Knif«
intern to Cure Catarrh. Asthma, Lung
eumatisni Nervousness». Nervous Debilitv
river. Kidney Troubles also Ixwst Manhood
lakneaa and All Private r»*a»*aBs*
Two layer« of fruit should be placed
fn tbe bottom of a barrel, with sfjm*
A SURE CANCER CURE
Jost >«caiv«d from Peking. CMm Safe, Son 1 down and «« close together a* possible.
These will form th« facing, for this end
will b« tbe top when ojiened. Fill In
to for eymptoa blank and drew with th« same grade, shake often, and
wh«n near tb« top put In two more
layers with stems up. letting tbe last
layer stand a full Inch above tbs chins
of th« barrel. Now put on the lid and
«lowly press Into placa, shaking tha
barrel In ths mpanwblla,—Farm Jour-
Careful potato growers can no longer
doubt the advantage« of spraying tn
"blight" years; but aom« doubt whether
tlie practice la profitable year after
Teats along thia line have bees
continued for five years by the Experi
ment Station at Geneva; and th« evi
dent'« prveentetl In Bulletin No, 290,
giving details of the fifth year-« teat
and summaries of preceding onea. aeeuis
conclusive In favor of the practice.
The gain each year has been profitable;
and there Is already much more than
enough ex.was of gain over coat to pay
for spraying five years mote. Similar
gains, though not quite so great were
obtained by fanners under tests care
fully checked by the statlou and by
much larger nnm.xer of farmers wt»
Because we make medicines
for them. We give them the
formula for Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe it
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 years.
■' a w-» o»rrr C—lar*l I, « r-met, l*«l
hJU>. t *..« ., m •
«••I ♦( ll Nr h»nl
*«4 cUl, an« |
• a,l««4lt ■*«4k-li>« ll 1« I .-••
vol rw-a>*>««4 It
*l«kl«.* —M* bb *.
ix>«a*. Mr*- rul. «.»
Ayar'a mile grwatly aid the Chorry
Fwctoral in bran kin* up a cold.
Th« strain of th« Heil Texas ©ata
Tb« Naturai Re*«lt.
which has given the largest yield for
"Pa. what bappena wbeu rallrosd
two seasons and which stand« third In cara are telescoped?”
order of yield for the four years' trial
"I suppw« tbe passeugvrs ses ataro"
has been grown at the Kansas station
for four rears and has seemed to Im
prove rather than to deteriorate tn
quality and yield. Oat« are not consid
ered well adapted for growing tn thia
It la the general experience
that oats roon “run out" In Kansas, CAN Bf fASIlY MIXfD AT HOMY AND
and farmers consider It necessary to
secure new see*! every two or three
years. The trials at the Kansas sta
tion. however. Indicate that It Is not rui
only possible to maintain the quality
and yield of oats, but also to even Im
prove «hem by good culture and by
sowing only the best grade.
A Mail ■•«-
Wb«n an eminent authority an-
By having a regular and orderly nail KMincad tn th« Scranton, Pa , Times
box always at band In some convenient that he had found a new way to treat
place it may come tn bandy in
that drea-l American disea««. Rheuma
tism, with just common, every day
drugs found in any drug «tore, the pby-
• ieiana were slow Indee-I to attach much
importance to hi« claims.
only a few months ago.
every newspaper in the country, even
the metropolitan dailies, are announc
ing it and the splendid results schiev-
It is so simple that any one can
prepare it at home at «mall test. It la
haxot sail mix .
made up as follows:
Get from any
emergency. Tb« box with separat«
good druggist Fluid Extract Dandelion,
compartments for the different sized o[;«.h«lf ounc.. Compo >nd K
nail* may be esslly made by Inserting OUDce; Compound Syrup Ssmsparille,
partltfona In th»
the box. the -i
Mix by ahaking In a
ing the number of apartment« desired. bottle and take ib t«a«poonful doaes
after each meal and at bedtime. Tb«,«
ate all simple Ingredients, making an
It may not be generally known, but absolutely harmlaas bom« remedy at
many twig disease* of trees are spread j little ccst.
by the pruning tools One very suc
Rheumatism as every one knows, la
cessful nurseryman dips bls pruning a «ymptoni of derange,! kidneys. It is
solution a condition produced by the failure of
of carbolic add before beginning to the kidneys to properly filter or »train
prune another tree, so If any germs from tbe b!ood the uric acid and other
are on the tool this treatment will de matter which, if not eradicated, either
A* soon as a wound 1« in the urine or through tbe skin pores,
made It Is a good Idea to disinfect and remains in the blood, decomposes and
paint It to keep out the moisture. There forms about the joints and muscles,
la danger of trees contrartlng disease. I causing the untold suffering and de
■* the germ* enter the wounds and dis formity of rheumatism.
This prescription ia said to be a
eased places result, or the exposed parts
splendid healing, cleansing and invig
will begin to decay as soon as tbe mois
orating tonic to the kidneys, and give«
ture gets a bold—Apple Specialist
almost immediate relief in all forms of
bladder and urinary troubles and back
Ssvlnn the Closer.
ache. He also warns people in s lead
It Is a falling of the American farm ing New York paper against the dis
er when a blade of grssa or a stem of criminate use of many patent roedi-
clover makes a rf-'ng showing to try cinee.
to turn It Into beef, mutton or pork.
Only One “BROMO QtlNfNf.-
In this effort to utlllbze It he entirely
forgets that the plant may need a little That ia LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Loot
for the aiKaatare of h. W GRoVE. I’aad tba
winter protection. He does not under World ok er to C ure a Cold in one Day. zte.
stand how little Is often sufficient to
save the plant from frost destruction.
"I notice you are prematurely bald."
Where the clover Is not pastured It Is »bserved the inquisitive pa*s**n<er. “May
often allowed to perfect Its seed, which I ask how you lost your Lair?'*
"I lost it by doing too much butting
Is as fatal to the crop next year as the
winter freezing Clipping would «are Into oth*r people's affairs,” answered ths
the crop where It is so forward as to
bloom and perfect seed.—Rural New
It t ares Whil« V«a Wafk.
Allen'« Foot-Eaa« I« « certain cure for hot,
•wasting, eallu*, and »wollen, aching feat. Bold
by *11 Drugglau. Price ite. Don't accept any
neoin« Fed to Hwtse.
Bean« can be met to swine only In AlleaS.Ulnuted,L«Roy, S. Y.
the cooked form. The pig seems to I <•
unable to ntlllze beans which are
“I used to think,” averred Unde Ab
ill hard or firm, even though they have I*n Sparks, “that it 'ook all kinds of
been boiled for some time; hence It 1« people to mak» a world, but I sosnetimes
very essential that they be thoroughly think nowadays that the world would be
and carefully cooked, «ays R. S. Shaw. just at complete without the man who»©
Michigan, To supply a «Ingle feed of liver is always out of order and who al
half-cooked beans to a pen of hogs robs ways wants you to know iL”
s«»ih Amer«»»» r»|N at Muévate»«
rresldent Kootevalt aud Mr. Hub
rough« are newlnt at oner In tlw aouth-
ern part of Routh America, fur sv«u
Whenever • sore refuse« to lien! it Is because tlie blood is not ) ure and
In that distant region a*vii« "natura healthy, as it should be, but ia infected with poisonous genus or some old
-BY IMPVRITIES IN THE DLOOO
ts appearing, wltb nun« to any blood taint which has corrupted and polluted the circulation. Those tnoal
usually atllictcd with old sore* arc persons who have rem lie,I or p.msed mid.
die life. The vitality of the blood and sticpgth of the system Lave naturally
begun to decline, an,l the poisonoua germ* which have accumulated because
of a aluggish and inactive condition of the system, or some hereditary taint
which has hitherto been held in cheek, now forte an outlet on the face, anna,
lege or other part of the body. The place grows red and angry, fester* and
read«, after translation. ■■ follows, says eats into the surrounding tissue until it become* a chronic and stubborn
ulcer, fed and kept »pen by the impuriticit with which the blood is saturate*!.
the N«w York Ihwt:
"Our privateer now turns tile evil Noth'ng is mono trying and diaagrecabte than a stubborn, non healing sore.
ey« on a dated gn>up of little chick- The very fact that it resista ordinary remedies and treatmeut* ia good reason
ena, and toward them he directs hl« for suspicion; the same germ-producing cancerous ulcers is back of every
old sore, and especially Is this true if the trouble i* an inherited one.
flight Ths anxious mother «u<veeda In
Washes, salves, nur indeed anything else, applied directly to the s<>re, can
covering all aav« on«, which, petrified
do any permanent good ; neither will remov
I was «miosmt
with terror, gives a pitiful llttl« plo
ing the acre with caustic plasters or the
fhoa of fUur ye*
plo.' but la glued to earth by th« gl«aia- waa a small pirn
surgeon’s knife make a lasting cure.
Ing and fascinating eyes of th« pirate
every particle of the diseased flesh were
In every way uom
bird, which dropa Ilk« an arrow, and. alarmed about it aad
taken nwuy another acre would come, be
without so much as putting foot to ••varal
cause the trouble is lu the bl,»»!, and the
treat«.! m« but th« ear« «on
him nay, I In a re-wtit number at thv
llevlata del Jardlu
Zoological d« llueiiua
Aires ara a number of short articles by
the director of the gardeus. Nig. Cle
ment« Duel 11.
Hu«, deallug with tha
} hahlta of bints of pr«y lu general,
earth, carries off th« uufortuuat« chick.
"Many tlmaa bar« I seen thia scene
r»|>e«ted. I have «ven seen hawk« by
the ;>ow»r of their g*«e alon« render
Immovable a chicken which they had
■sleeted as their victim.
cannot doubt that the g«sa of th«aa ra-
pacloua birds has a hypnotic power,
and Imlevsl th)« agrees well with th«
po(Hil«r belief, current In the provinces,
about the llttl« owl.
It Is said that
thia llttl« tyrant doe« not even take the
trouble to bunt Ila food, but that from
th« branch of a tree, by means of Ita
cold and Insistent gsxe. It luna Into
Its talons th« trembling victim of Ita
"Perhaps the herons poaseaa th« asm*
hypnotic power, their eyes producing
ths same disagreeable aensaBou ■■
thoas of reptiles. Tbelr method at the
margin of the water, which at first
sight seems to me the same as that of
tbe patient fisherman with bla rod. re-
■nits In a very different harvest The
flabermsn often wastes his time, sines
the fish do not care to be converted
Into a savory dish for the table. Mean
while the heron, after two or three
minutes of absolute Immobility. Its evil
gaze fixed on the water. Invariably cap
tures Its finny prey.
"I have seen a great gray heron «ur-
prise s dov« In the same manner. Th«
dove seemed to me to fall asleep un
der the gaze >vf Its tormentor, and little
by little to sink to tbe ground under
th« weight of that ateely look.
poor victim came to Itself too 1st«.
Alas! the strong, cruel t-esk had pene
trated Its palpitating aide."
Argentina Is a progressive country
These tales fairly outdo tbs work of
our own "fakera
to grow worse. I «aw B. M. A. ad-
v«rti««d aud oomu*«ne«d it« ua«
and after taking It a while I wa«
completely cured. My blood' 1«
■tow pure aad healthy from th«
K>t of B. B. B., and tharn ha« not
* ¿‘.*> urof
W««t Union, Ohio.
BLOOD CAMMOT BC CUT AWAY.
The cure must come by a thorough cleans
ing of the blot«!. In 3. 3. 3. will hr found
a remedy for sores and ulcers of every kind.
It is an unequalled blood purifier—one that
goca directly into the circulation and
promptly cleanse* it of all poisons and
taints. It gels down to the very bottom of
the trouble and forces out every trace of im
purity and makes a complete and lasting
cure. 3. 3. 3. changes the quality ot tha
blood so that instead of feeding the diseased
tMirts with impurities, it nourishes the
irritate.!, inflamed flesh with healthy blood.
Thea the sore begins to heal, new llcsh is formed, all pain am! intlummutioa
leaves, the placet scabs over, aud when S. 3. 3. has purified the blood th«
•ore is permanently cured.
3. 3. S. is for »ale at all brat
Write for our special book on forri and ulcer* and any c_
fWl desire. Wa make no charge for the book or advica.
me SWtTT 9f*CC!FtC COro ATXAMVA. GAs
Germany ha» 40.1XW postoffices.
Borneo bolds th« record for moequl-
The dally conaumptlon of pen« la
'llir Kind You I late Alwnys Bought I ium borne (hr M kuh -
tiire of Clin*. II. Fletcher, anti lias hern mud«* under hl«
nrroomtl supervision for over ¡III years. Allow no onn
to tlrcoivo yon in this. Counterfeits, luillitllon* and
•• .lu*t-as-go,,<l •• nr«, but Fsperlmenta, nnd entlHiigrr tho
health of Cliiitlrvn—Kxpericnee again*! Fxpcrinieut.
One hundred and fifty flreinen are
employed on «orne of the great Ameri
Germany’s population ts Increasing
more rapidly than that of Great Brit
ain or France.
What is CASTORIA
Of the entire population of Odessa *13
per cent of the males and H5 per CCDt
of the females are Illiterate.
There ha* been a revival of
A few years • go
tbe annual death had dwindled to 150.
Caatoria is a hurinle** substitute for Castor Oil, Parro
goric. Drop* anti ¡Soothing Hyrupa. It is Pleasant. It
coo tains neither Opium. Morpliino nor other Nurrotio
substance. Ils iir « is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
anil allays Feveri*linc**. It cure* Diurrlnea anti Wind
Colle. It relieve« Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It a.**imilntcs tiro r'trod, regulate* tlio
Stomach and 1 towels, giving healthy anti natural sleep.
The Children's I'uuucctv— The Mother's Friend.
Between Jan. 1 and Nov. 1 tbe fire
loss of tbe United States was SIHO,-
7G5/1OO, compared with JT-M.tdOJitXl In
the same ten months of 1P00.
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In tbe last ten years the Increase of
prices In Germany was 23 |>er cent for
cereals. 27 for anlmsl products. 55 fur
textiles. GO for mineral products.
Bears the Signature of
Glasgow wa* visited by grest dark
ness at noon the other day.
lamps were lighted and «hop« had to
switch on the electric light. The dark
ness wai as black as night
Autogenous welding Is successfully
applied by Robert Hopfeldt, a German
electrician, to tbe solderli* of alumi
nium wires, a direct union <>f alunilnl-
um wltb aluminium beltig readily oh-
For Over 30 Years.
piece in a place) next spring.
Peach»« la th« Cara Belt.
You can grow peaches anywhere 1
the corn belt, not every year, but one
In about 5,000, remarks a writer in
Iowa Homestead. In the eoutbern por
tion the chances are better than this,
but not eo sura as com.
nknntj|acti»r^d fy th©
F ig S yrup C o . oniy
not created beautiful—like tha oriol«
■nd the cardinal?”
“IMughter,” w«« the lolemn reply,
"rejohw that you wees not
would you rather be—brown and eat
ing worm«, or red «nd pinned to one of
"Pa, what special advantage Is there
tn being rlcbf
"Well, my boy, all men have the right
of appeal, but only the rich man aan
afford it”—Detroit Free Preet
in the land is not
always the most costly.
25 Ounces for 23 Cents
Is the result of modem ideas. Costs
less. Does better work. You must
try it to see. Get a can on trial.
The baking will be vastly better,
lighter and tastier or we pay
fur the can.
W. L. DOUGLAS
nature and not to Supplant the natur
The easiest way to start a blar%
al functions, whic-h must depend ulti
berry plantation Is to dig the roots In mately upon proper nourishment,
November, cut them up into 6 to 8 Inch pntj.T efforts, and ri ght hung generally.
bury them In sand layers
Tojfet its beneficial effects, alwiy*
through the winter and plant out (one
buy the genuine
The eld darky was having bla eyes
“Geoffrey,” ahe •aid. UMlllng rlo««r tn
bln. "mamma think« you'r* a bit wild leeted for glsaaea
After lb« oculist
Yau'r« n«t. ar« you?"
bad put up ssveral cards of Homas
"No, low." an«w»r«<l G«ulfr«y.
"I lettsra. which tb« negro vainly endeav
u««d to ba but I'm sot n«w
ored to call off correctly, h« looked
<•11 your tn«m<ua I quit playing U m xylo
over at tbe ocullel and asked, with
phono long «go "
"Whar's de uaa la lookin' at data
“How did you mak« out on ysur run fing«r
"With them I'm trying to find out
through Kansas?” queried the friend,
"Pretty rough," replied the motorist. buw far you ,ran s*w> dlatloctly," re-
“Cyclone came along aud cnrrloff the turn**! the eye a|wclallat.
"Wai.” declared the old darky, un-
machine Into the next county at th«
satlsfi»*!. "dey ain't wuth tryln* t* make
rate of sixty miles an tw*r "
Fut up «r watermill! a.—Buh»
"Whew I Bet you wers shocked?"
"Well, I should say so
While I was rnlnu.
picking myself out of tha mix up and
kat of tko X «collo«.
counting the bruise« a ccnatabl« cams
taflursiial I'arlshiossr Dwior, whoa
along and arrested me f r speeding "
do you start up th« wuvk« «gain?
Tb» lt«v. Dr Fourthly (with great
Th* coach Is which th« I-ord Mayor of «•rarity I
lllvla« ««rvl<-« will b« rwumod
Ix>ndon ride« on «tats occasion* ha« ben nest Rundsy morning. Mr. Illggsworthy,
la us« «Inc« 1737.
■ I 11 o'clock.
Stimulated by the mensure of auc-
them of their appetites and relish i for
9tate of Ohio, Chy of Tolad© I __
cesa attained by Zeppelin In Germany,
their ft--!. If Indeed It does not put
Frank J. < hcbejr niake» o«tn that he fa senior and the army and private experiment
them off their feed.
partner of the firm of P. J. < heney At Co., doing
bna:n*^4intheCity of Toledo, County andMtata ers In England and France with diri
The Aaparaxoi Bed.
aforesaid, an>1 that aald firm will pay th©aum gible balloons, a German electric firm
of ONE HCKDRED DOI.L a IU for aaeh and
Burn off the asparagus beds now and every ca#»e of Catarrh that < annul be cured by in Berlin announces Its readiness to
clean the ground thoroughly, applying tbe use of Hall's Catarrh <''ire.
construct alr«h!|>* for military uses for
FRANK J. CHEXET.
manure plentifully. All bushes
Sworn to before me and au -rrlbwllii my pre©* vny nation that applies.
weeds that have not been cleared from enee, thia Uh day of Decern her A D 1W.
At tbe annual dinner of the corpora
A. W. OLEA ROW,
tlie ground will serve as harboring
Notary Public. tion of Hanley now councillor«, In ac
Kali ■ Catarrh Core H taken Internally, and
places for mice and Insects. When the art«
directly upon the blood and mucouaaur* cordance wltb custom, drank cham
materials on the surface of the ground facet of theayatem. cend for leatlmoniala free. pagne from a glass a yard long. Those
F J.( HHNEY4CO.,Toledo.O.
which have been destroyed by frost
Sold by all drnffflsu,75c.
who did not succeed In finishing the
lake Hall s Family Fill* for •onstlpation.
are dry. and the gras* also dead. It la
draught bad tbe remainder poured
not difficult to bnm an entire bed over
down their «hlrt fronts by two stal
and thus consume many «eeds on tbe We know a.a “talking wn’er”
wart cup bearers.—London Evening
boo«* what le.
Too lon<, by half! The ruff we quaff
Ren Darla riood r*nn«h,
When wealthy la “chin fin.”
The Fqaallty of Men.
A Maine farmer who has been mak —Pudr.
A New Yorker who doe« ‘ils bit of
ing money during the past eleven years
“globe trotting" tells of two o<ld en
from growing Ben Davis apples, re
tries that he saw In the visitors’ hook
cently disposed of a shipment of this
of a fashionable resort on tbe Rhine.
fruit at $4.V> net profit per barrel.
A few years ago one of the Paris
When all other apples are past their
member» of the ItotliHchlld family had
usefulness, old Ben Davis I« good
registered as follows: "It. de Parts”
enough for the most of the people.
It ao chawed that the next visitor to
ay bp permanently overcome by proper
Inscribe his name In the book was
It Is a hard matter to distinguish
Baron Oppenheim, the banker of Co
the sex of guinea fowls. Rome anthorl- of the one truly beneficial laxative
logne, and be wrote bla name beneath
ties claim that the male chatters fn s remedy. Syrup of Lg* and Lluiro|Senna,
Rothschild's In this wise: *O. d« (Jo-
quick manner, while the female glvro wrticn enables one to form regular
off a sound like "Otrack" or "Joe habits daily so that assistance to na
A Be»«tir»l Trail*.
Pratt,” or "Buckwheat” The male ture may lie ^rodiuiljy dispensed with
give« a sound similar to a screech utien no longer needed ns the best of
"Mother, oh, mother!” chirped the
turned Into a laugh.
young female «imrrow, "why was I
remedies, when eerjuirod, are to assist
■ •■RwfblMa Mere
«3.00 &S3.BO SHOES „TiK.
TIIE REABOff W. I.. I>ou«la« »boa*ere worn by more
In all walk* of I if* than any other «•!• i* Iweaua« o
• ««•lien* *t yla. ««ey hom« «nd auperior we*n ng qualité«.
1b« mlaetioa ofthaleatlwr« and other mat«H«l« for »aoh pert
of the «noe and every detail of tha ma* Rig I «looked aft«r by
th« most rompis,«orssoi>stl«n of aupsrtn landanu.foremea and
» aHUa>l»hnemali«r«. who r««atva the hiahaal wm »« paldlnlh«
Sboet nduetry. and whom workmanahlp ranno* b* •mailed.
If leould lake you. ato mylar««fantorte* at Prorkton .Mam.,
andabow you how carefully W. L. DowyU* *hnw* are made yo«
wouldlhen uaderatand why they bol I thairahape. fit better.
We ftabetltnt«. A air ynurdeahr for W Ï. D ouc I m r K omi .
Jaque, M%. Co.