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This falling of your halrt 1
blop it, or you will soon bo
bald. Glvo your hair some
Aycr'aHnlrVlKor. The fall
ins will stop, tho hair will
grow, and the scalp will be
clean and healthy. Why be
satisfied with poor hair when
you can make It rich?
"Mr UlrttMrlf all ram. nut. I ll.an trlait
Afet'e Ilalr Vllur (iiit unit kiialMllla tbhh
ilia ttWuf ,w (..if ram In ml Ulai ami
iml Hill aail."-Mi. L. M. ftMITM,
I Ma twllla,
. O. tTMin,
llrj tM ktllC" urn provided III Hit
k)imIi nf 1 1 It r lit ti I'ruaain fur lli iniiU
bo arrive tlirrn with mi( frrl.
TO ra(tiinintlf rwl. rtnnianrnartouanoM
10 n.rAialilar'aua.uriir Kllna'ailratr,v
4Uitmf total hrt fa HI, tiUlladdaaiulduii
11, It. II. Kllua, LM .i a. it It hi , ILIlM.IHila, 'a.
Ten ttiiimainl nf Iht rretrt fnulta
our lirlKlitxir am nf Iraa imi-iIJime
lo II" tlisli 'ilia ot tli tuallcat lu uur
We offer On lliiii'lrr.1 Italian luward fm
air laimif C alaiih that rauuul be ouiad lit
UtU'e Catairh i ura,
r, J, l IIK.SKV A CO , froi. Toledo, O.
We, the uiili,lod. bat tnuwn Y. J.
Caener let Ilia U.lle jaara, ami lae talm
ClfeeUjr hstiurat.1 Wi all boilneai iramao-
and nnanflUif abla locarrj out aoy ol
titllalu mad. by Uialr Oiia ,
Mf at Tt 4 I. WMa.U t'lHf f lita, Toledo, O.
ViUHSU. Max IX A Maavis, Mtiuleaale llrui
Hall' t'aiairh Cure It taken InUtrnallr, !
hi illltetlr mjii tlm U.l atitt muvuua aur
toea l ilia it.ui. I'Mra lit. r Iwllla,
It4 tir all Druiilila, Tetllmwnlale tit.
JJall'e famllr Fills aia Ida UaU
It) memory of Jiitin Adam Untjr,
au la rmlllnl xllli hating- fuuinlril Itin
W Ifldiltlrr at I.jrnil, Mnaa., haa brell
tenured ti lb uliftllliK of tablet at
Holhartwlllnn.t Mrt. Wlmlowe'e Holhtii(
tfiuptht tajtlteatedf tauaalor their children
iwluj lb leethtaf terlmL.
"Ve cut a dauily colli-fa jail nnw."
-viii u nr
"Va slee (niir Uiiaalan hsttlrahlpe. a
Im.Umui-I, and Oirn two Jap generali."
For hrnnrhlat IrtHltnee irr 1'lan'e Curs
fcr Oiituiiiiitimi. It I a stmd much
fctdkliie. At druci Uli. pries 24 rami.
Iteprvntatlva llanlwlrku nf (Seorcla
k hi young- looking- that vleltore in ilia
ntiltnl liullillu oflan uilatako liliu fur a
An Ohio innn itfvca tliU ilrncriptlon
of hla poult rr foiintnln: Kvery jioul
tryiunn kuowa how ilinicult It In to
.ki'i-p jtood, clean water for a larini
(lock of lion ahut up In houMt or
ynnl. If ftinililioil In nn opuu veimcl
It la aonii lowrrcd out of rrach or filled
with dirt nml litter j their crBtcliln.
Vnrloii nimll fuiitilJtlna nro on the
miirliut which do for llttlo chlcka, but
InrKu fowla ahut lu n wiinn houin
drink n irrent ilenl unit mill Iota of
tluio nml utteiitliiii. Tho nrcoiiipnuyliii;
rut hliown nil niiloiiintlefouiitolu which
1 dnvlxcd for iiNii In my poultry houao.
It la iiuiilo of u KkKiillim krir. A pint
tin cup la coiiuecteil hy n auirtll tiihn
tn tlm lower eiiil. from which tho
I'hlckeiia ilrluk. To III) tho ke tho
tliho la corked, then tlm rork la tnUi-n
MM Nellie Holmes. lrcflBurcr
ol the YotttiR Woman's Tcmpcr
mcc Association of Buffalo, N.Y.,
ilroiiRly advises all suffering
women to rely, as sue uiu, up
on Lydia E. PlnWmm's Vege.
"Dkah Miuc Pinkiumi Yourmed'
Iclno la Indent an Ideal wotnnn'a media
tin, and liv far tho beat 1 know to
Wo loat liealtli and atrciigUu 1
Ullerci! mlitcry for aoveral ycara, Iwlnif
uouuieil Willi mcnorniac'" 'J "";
lebrd, I Jiad bearlnir-down pal m
trwjuont licadachen. I would often
wiko from rcaliui aieep, ami in ;
Jli that I aufforril for lioura j"iu;
tould k to tdcep nirnln. 1 dreaded tho
W nlirhta aa luueh aa thowoarydaya.
O'uauueu uto uiiicrcui i"i.i" ,
ophiff to jret rollef but, flndlnif that
their medicine, did not aecm to ouro me.
J tried your Vc'Kotnblo CoiitiKiuinl
tho recommendutlon of a friend
torn tho liaat who waa vlaltlnif mc.
"lain iflaa uiai i iuiwwch i.-r
Iaa i. ......... .mi.m Mml tinln Is irnnn.
d not only thla, but my jrencral
itii ii inucn improTcu, '"
ao appotllo and hao gained In ftcah.
a vanieai outico a hhhoiik .
toput aalds all other medlclnea and
,"wuo liVdiiii;. x'iiikiuiiii ."-
JoruKi, 640 No, Division Ht., Iluffalo,
"f $UUlUtttt lMllt M prthlHU.
la Una. Sola br drntdila.
rui.iTAi.t on rovLTitr.
out of tho top. When It la llllril innke
tlm hum; tlxht mid open tho tuba be.
low. The. water will not run out of
tin' rup If tlm tube, be an Inch or moru
below the. top, dim cup will water a
KtHMbalted flock. Two or mora cups
may b used If neeesanry, Tho foun
tain aluiuld be set on a hoi about elttht
Inches IiIkIi, Just so the heua can reach
It mid not throw dirt Into tlm cup by
scrntehliii;. With this arrangement
they have, plenty of clean water and
reipilru our attention but once u day.
Handy 1 1 arrow.
Tho harrow herewith Illustrated Is
H feet loin; by feet wide, with I'lght
tenth In each beam. Tho teeth should
be of K'lnch steel and put through
not moro than two Inches. This makes
a film comb harrow which cuts alt tho
top and does not pull up trash. Kach
beam Is attached to tho pulling bar
with a hook and drop link. Through
tho mtddlo Is an Inch rod put through
thimbles, one being slipped over each
Ix'ttui as shown at a. This makes the
harrow flexible, Hy withdrawing the
Inch rod and unhooking from the pull
IIAIIIUIW It l'OSITION,
lug bar. It enn bo sheltered In very
small space. A boy can handlo It.
Tho harrow Is very easy to draw, tho
beam being near tho ground net as
lerelcfs, whllo tho teeth cover every
Inch of ground. J. I'lomefell, lu
Tho tlmu of hutch, moro than tlm
breed regulates laying.
Inbreeding should not bo tolerated
for moro than two yeiir.
Keen all buildings for poultry well
covered with whltuwush, put on thick.
Tho best stock Is tho cheapest,
therefore, never soil tho best and novor
buy anything but tho best.
Fowls lu confinement new! n variety
of food, and ono of tho most Import
ant of thorn Is greuu food of some
Tut a good flock of lions In tho plum
nrolinrd nild tllO tH'CS Will llO lONH sub
ject to curcullo and will produce good
crops of fruit.
In no caso can wo make good, ma
turn fowls of poorly-fed nnd badly-
managed chickens. It Is economy first
and Inst to feed well.
Kr. far aa can bo done, green food
should form a part of tho dally ra
tions through tho year, aa u scoins
necessary to Insure health, productive
ness ami fertility,
a Htulo ecu which remains In one
nn.iiinn for ii number of diivs has tho
yolk adhorlng to the membrnuo of the
shell. Tho position or mo gorm oncn
r. uhps the embryo chicken ta batch
either vcakly or deformed
Tho poultry buslucsi Is one of innny
dotnlls, and thoy need clone following.
Unless n person Is willing to glvo at
tention to llttlo things, nnd not only to
them once, but ninny times, us occa
sion rimy require, It Is not advisable to
go Into tho business very extensively.
KeiirwIiiMT Htm wherry Ileda.
Without doubt tlm digging of now
plants mid sotting them regularly In
the plaro they are to grow Is tho best
way of obtaining tho now strawberry
l)ed. True, this requires considerable
labor and the selection of the best run
ners from the old bed. If this plnn Is
to bo followed the best plants will bo
obtained by going over the otd bed
as tho ruuneni are forming and keep
ing the tips cut off to ono or moro
plants, so ns to obtain strong plants
for resetting. Another advautago of
tills plan Is that Just the number of
plants that may bo set In n glvnn pe
riod arc dug, so that nono nro left to
dry nut as with plants bought.
The other plan of making Uin new
benrliig plantation Is a good use, and
qultn generally followiil, especially
where the berries nro grown on tho
mntter row plnn. Tho mower Is run
over tho field after the rrop Is gathered
and, after rnklug off the cut plants, n
light plow Is run through tin- field and
shout one half or more of tho plants
cut out, leaving the new ones, which
will he about n foot apart, composed
of tho new plants. Care Is required
lu this work, but the results wilt be
profitable, provided the new plants
farmed nro strong.
fr- j -M.-tv f
it v iVA A
Cure of tho Ifurae,
During the busy mouths of the yenr,
farmers urn anxious to get all tho
work poMlhlo out of their tMrses.
which Is proper enough. Kood alone
will not do Urn trick. A horse may be
fed the best of nitlonn. but he needs
care In addition, so try these things'
which may seem simple, but which)
will do a great dcul toward making ,
the horse contented nnd morn valuable.
to you. Keep his coat clean, not only
by brushing mid the tine of the comb,
but use wnlar on him freely, especial
ly during the warm period.
When his work for tho dny Is done
tako a sK)iige and wash each part of
his cont where tho harness touched.
If his muscles nro sore, tako equal
parts of Iodine and sweet oil, mix them
and rub the mlxturo well Into the
Joints and tendons. Wnsh out his
mouth occasionally nnd tnkb care of
his feet. Above all, lu warm weaUier,
see Hint his stable Is well vcntllnted
and tlint screens ure placed so that
vermin are kept from annoying him.
In watering the horse, let him have It
before eating, and also n small supply
between meals, even If he Is warm. It
will lint hurt him unless you glvo him
Frlrctltis; Kent Corn,
The true selection of n better breed
of corn Is not confined to the selection
of tho best ears by any means, al
though this Is the popular Idea of corn'
Improvement. As every corn raiser
knows, certain seed will raise com
at... iu ..... i.i.i . .. -- it.. '
liiili in niiiiwah iui-iii, ru nil nn liju rur
goes, but there are but few ears on a
This being tho esse, It Is evident
that tho true selection of com Is the
selection of the plants which show tho
desired characteristics all through their
growth up to tho time of harvest, so
that the plants should bo closely
watched from the tlmo they break
ground .and thus securing the habit of
growth as well as tho perfection of enr
Many of the plants will mnko n
stronger growth than others mid ripen
the full crop earlier; If such' u plant
Is whut Is desired, It can only bo found
by watching Its growth through the
season. Then If the yield Is nil that
Is desired one comes pretty nenr hav
ing the Ideal plant nnd one which Is, 1
probably, capable of even greater im
provement. Urlt fur youiiK Chlckaa
Whllo oyster shells seem to be de
slroble as grit for fowls, It has beoii
found Unit growing chicks do better
on conrso mi ml, or, hotter still, on a
mlxturo of conrso sand nnd ground
riorlda rock phosphate, which Is oh- (
taluuble of any denier lu poultry sup
plies. Kquul parts of each are used,
and tho mixture placed In boxes,
where the chicks can get It at will.
Hone meal In limited quantities Is aUo
excellent for growing chicks, nnd ll"
thoy lutvo this In connection with the
grit, iiuulo ns suggested, together with
plenty of fresh water during tho day
uud a chnnce to pick green food for
themselves, the grnln-food needed will
bo much less mid tho chicks will
thrive Just us well.
A well known Vermont farmer Is re
ported to have successfully kept off tho
crows from n com iieid iy locating
several roosters lu boxes at various
distances through tho lot. Tho crows
ntinonr ta oblect to tho frenuciit crow
Ing of tho roosters uud keep awuy from
lu serving sardines many people
imin uml wlno the fish nnd after Plac
ing on tlm serving pluttor pour n tea-
spoonful or pure ouvo on over eneu.
This Is supposed to render them mora
delicate In flavor.
mireiTif im dv m vim? tmats,
FflFjLJsi pl LwJLiJLMim M0 B& Jb,JLv Au - fcVV-ssM AtJAML
WATER WliLHQT dlffiHCH
Eczema drives Its victim almost to tho vergo
of distraction by Its Intolerable Itching, stinging
nnd burning. It seems to set the skin on fire,
nnd tho tormented sufferer rubs and scratches
till tho flesh it raw and tho skin St torn nnd
bleedt. Nothinp; applied externally doe much
flood, for tho disease it internal ; tho blood it
nilnmn with acid noisons. that nro forcing their
way through the glandt and porct of tho skin, causing it to redden
and swell and break out in splotches, pustules and pimples, from
which a clear, yellow, watery matter exudct, hardens and drict, and
then pcclt off in scales" or fine particle! liko bran. Eczema kindle a
fire that water will not nuench, and that lotions, salves, powders and .
aoap cannot smother. As warm weather comet on and the system fa
reacting and tho blood making extra efforts to throw off the accumu.
lated poisons, Ecr.cma nt-
nrV. Li,U ,ll,l.t vfn. EOZESCA HEPT BPHBADIWO.
lenco, nnd tho sufferer is al
most distracted by the fear
ful itching and burning. It
it tho most uncomfortable
nnd aggravatingof all skin
eruptions and a terror In
Local remedies give tem
porary case, but as Eczema
it not duo to outside causes,
but to a disordered condi
tion of the system and an over-acid and impure blood, the treatment
mutt bo constitutional, or intcrnnl. I'urify the blood and the skin
disease will disappear. No better blood remedy can bo found than
B. S. S. It builds up tho sour and acid blood, rids it of all impurities
and poison, stimulates tho sluggish or
gans, and invigorates and tones up tlia
entire system; and as all skin eruptions
like Eczema aro only symptomsor signs of
bad blood, they naturally disappear whenj
that vital fluid is again restored to health.
S. S. S. is guaranteed strictly vege-t
table. It it not only a blood purifier, but a splendid tonic and appetizer,)
making it an ideal spring medicine. Treat Eczema through the bloody
or you will never get permanently rid of it. Write for our book on thci
Skin and its Diseases, which is mailed frco Medical advice furnished!
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Blx year ago ray wlfa had abroaklnir-out below
h,erknia. At flrat rod bumpa app-oarod, but soon
whtto, huakyaoaba came, and wlion tlieae woulil
abod off the ylaoo becjmo rod airaln. and wo old
Holland burn ao that abo found It lmposalblo ta
aleop. At times n yollow water ran from t&a
bumps, nnd H kept trottlntr worse ond worn, Our
family pbyslolan pronounced it fiezema, and pro
scribed ointments and powdera but it kenti
sproodlng, breaking out on her bodr and aror,
and almost closed up her ears, Thi drurrcrist aa
Osrnor toldmetotrrn.fi. H., which she did, and)
after taklnir several bottles u ourod, and is
well to-dn7 and has boon for years.
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uiii vviajuj Uourscs.
Doanling school for joung men and boys.
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$4.75 per 100
By order of the State Board of Prison Directors, I
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above 500, manufactured at San Quentin Prison at
a price fixed at $4.75 per J 00. Bags delivered free
in San Francisco. Orders must be accompanied
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Warden San Quentin Prison. California.
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