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FEED STORES. ' I L " - - ; . - .. . ... . . ' , . . :
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The lowest prices in tlve state.
So lbs. HALF GROUND..... ascts
,00 lbs. HALF GROUND,.... ,4scts:
50 lbs. FINK DAIRY.; . .45CU.
-50 lbs. FINE WELLINGTON 45cts.
loo lbs FINE WELLINGTON S$ct.
BREWSTER : & WHITE
No. 9' Court Street . 'Phone 1781
"The Feed Men""
DEALERS IN GRAIN.
or changed for. Hfmrl and feed at
branch office ol Aurora Roller Mills,
warehouse on Trade street, near High.
Salem, Oreg-on. i ; i' ;
G. A. ROBERTS
New and 5econd-Hin4 Wheels
105 STATE STREET ! SALEil, OR
TINNING, AND PLUMBING.
T. S. BURROUGHS
TINNINQ AND PLUMBINU
Ga-s and Jkeaml fittine. Manufact
urer of Hop atxt Frak Pipe,
103 State St.. Tel. 151. Salem, Or.
F. r SMITH
HORStSHOER USD GEHERAL j BLACKSMITH
Carriage ami Wagonfnaking, special
attention pakl to interfering and lame
ness of horses. ! S : 1
185 Commercial St., Opp. Brewery
J. F. COOKM. D. -
Cures Consumption, Cancer, Tumors,
Gravel and Kidney Troubles, Asthma,
Skin and Ilone Diseases, without knife;
plasters, posi sons or pain. Also Blind
ness. : Salem, Oregon.
D. D. KEELER
and STOCK INSPECTOR....
Corner Center and Front streets, foot
ol Steel Bridget. Salem Oregon. ;
LOUIS MILLER & SON
, , t ' . Jropriur of (he
CLUB I STABLES...
Best Singe and Double Rigs in the
eky. Bes care given t boarding and
transient stock; Telephone 24 r.
Cor. Liberty and Ferry Sts. Salem.
IL PAGE a: I W. A. STEPHENS
1 iiMbcap cfnciMS
Horses weH fed. good accommoda
tions. Fine Rigs. Good Rigs for
conymerciat men 1 a Specialty. Horses
boarded by 'day, i week or month.
Red From lived. Feed and Boarmng mi
164 Commercial St, Tel. 851. Salem
South Commercial St., Salem, Oregon
Having bought W. T. HufTman's
.Jeed and Livery business, we have re
moved it to the ( Willamette Stables,
south of the bridge on ComTnercial
street, where wei will. be. found prepar
ed to serve the public in -the best pos
sible manner. We furnish rig for driv
ing. Gentle team for ladies and good
accommodation! for transient -teams.
Board horses by day or week. A
blacksmith shop will be run in conned
tion with the tarr.. where yon can get
your horces shod and all kinds of re
pairing done. ( All work , guaranteed
satisfactory. i ,
HAROLD & REYNOLDS
a first-class HARNESS. Call on
W. W. JOHNS
- I am making the best ever turned
out in Salem. Call and see. for yourseif.
20C PER MEAL
10 State street.-Salem. i
M KILLOP &: BURKHART. Props.
GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
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These' lands are in Marion county.
0. reon. and are offered on easy terms
of payment. They ere taken under
L,4etcU.sure lb m.n-reside.its. hence
1, r offered' for -k-thaw smidar tarm
held by resident-' owners..." l.or.tull par
ticulai and description rail on or
nddr s Mahiiaster & Bu rcll, 3
Worcester b:x k. IVril.ind. 5 Oregon, 61
IlOZOlH H K VOrilKKS
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ik-ia- itimes:ea I Tam. Or. Best
farm nawr. t Issued weekly. $1 a year.
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leific: Il'nr,',,; ', t'TJ Dr-i b
trn iit Uur.l wtekiv. i a year
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Castona .Is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Pare
Boric, IropM and Soothiug 83-rtips. It is Pleasant. It
. contains neither Opimn. Morpkine nor other Narcotic
Ftibstancc It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness.
It cur I3iarrlMca and AVind Colic It relieves Teeth
Inar Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate the -Stontaeli
and LSowels, diviner healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
Tut trrm coy, tt
. IViee one quart. ' f3e. Half IJal.,
titH- Urn- ,5al.. 1, Fiv tJal., ?l.
FPEE FPOM UCtL 1
SAVA GE REID, Seedmen
322 and 324 -ommerclal Street, North o r' .
VI 1 t 1 ! ! 1 "l ! T T
r r " T"TT7rr
tz-?---l$- 77- A
--t t -t-t t 1 ! r
J J I i 1 J Lll l i 1 i L- it
-in 4-4. , 1 , 1 i-1-4 j - 4- - -i v - J-
-M -4 - 4 i H t 4 : I - r-f
Salem Fence Works
WALTER MORLEY, Proprietor 59 State Street, Salem.
AN KFFIX'T Ol" ANNXADIXI.
A i krman selen 1 1st has leen-making:
sohk' oli-rvatloivs In South Afiiea
on -t tie KUbJcct of the inllueiu'e of re
leased 1 ton.itK-as 0:1 tkv' ear. sayn tiiv1
New Yo-k lt. lie ex,:ini:lii'l the
ears of ;n; sMier In-fore anil after a
battle- and fuuir-.l inarKetl ehanses in
r. fewer than 41. or nearly per tent,
lu vev n (:ises he found ni;ill hemor
rhages in ihe ears, and in one ease a
Jar ye bl-Hlhuz. while tlie firiitfr eaned
th cde of the ear drum to Ikh-ojik'
tsl in o en-es. : . ;- . -
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
Tt, niivr PhiLih!thia. was the
jtibject, : narrated by him as follows:
1 was in a most arewirai cuiiwuw.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
en, tongue coated, pain continually in
liaek and sides, mo appetite gradually
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians bad given me up. For
tunately, a friend advised trying 'Elec
tric Bitters:' and to my great joy and
surprise, the first bottle jrtade a de
cided improvement. I enjivtinued thei
use -for three week. "an am now a
weu man. 1 know tney sfaveu 1115
.t.K h rv rf another vic
tim." No one altould fait to try them.
Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at DR.
blO.NLb IJrug otore. :
"that vou think yourself a clever acro
bat." ' - . ' .
")h. I ain't so many. ail the ia K.
lmt tvhew I stand -oil my heal some
one is apt to get stuek on me."
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Pacific Homestead, salctn, Or.tBest
tarm paper, issuea wecKiy, ?i
Flir FCNCEj POST, coated with
..-tn rif tt 1 also a Radical
Kemedy Aftaiifst thicken Lie. ,
Its anpltcatiuii'to the insde wntls of poul-
. tTrnlnat- all IICk.
Kenult:' -Hnithy Chickens Plenty egxs.
Will ler ctr'cuUr and prices and men
tion this paper. ,
U. M. WAUB CO- Arwits,
. SAlEhU OREGON.
ft.. A t h roa t i I oa a. -ti S minute), TaoO-
'mtdj. ' Forming Ferers. GRtP,
CUXd AMY PAIN IK SIDE OK OUT I
- " No. 29631 '-' - ' - -tt-:n
tnr Xtare the 'coming sea-
sen at Corner of terry and. Liberty
call on ' ' t
Dr, W. Long
Vcntcrinary Surgeon. bIem ur.
hotel Santi am
At Detroit, Oregon;. Now open for
pmmer Touris New Hnnewly
InrnUhcd first-class accommodatjons,
orice from $100 to $1.50 P day
price iron Jacobs. Proprietor.
' X Your Work SbKdted. :5 , ; l -
GEORGE C. SLY, Sup't
WEEKLY OREGON STATESM
Over SO . Years.
nui ,Trrr, tww crry.
'. .Tle i.t of this preparation has
InfHHiie ho universal, and. results
are sat is fact or y. thai most
iHmltry-rasiers wouhl not know,
bow Ut kep house without it.
Ir is 110 Kinder lief essary to lfp or
tlitst iHMiltrj- t kill the -1 !. A
-an of I-e's LIe Killer, a pajnr
bmsh. and a- few minutes' wnris
in applying St to the nsists.
iin-aiis all the exjs'nse ami lalMr
iow m-ess:ir' to ke-p the fowls
free troui tolh jniies an;t lsily
liee. A eau if It should le in
every oultry-hous". It kills anl
prevents init'S and lire, anl
kiM'ps the air In the iKiiUtry-ho.nse
pure and sweet, killing disease
Wenns ami preventing the other
ii-neiiiies of the poultrynieji roup
and eholeni. -
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. ....... p,-
ting for Ueljiian hares. Poultry, et;.
)"NK:KT IVK RL!KKS S)LI;
Tht S.ilvai!m Army f-.ir two days Jki
had In iiix-ratiuu two stores at whTjI.i
thv !.;r of the eity may buy leenn
one-. etitMot k. atnl though the. we-tTjjt
er has 14 eo'.tiparatiyely . y the
-;tl-'f Mu v- -.leei p:ltini'l by hin
tltvJs f i-xo;Ue. says the Chicago T1
un'e. In the poorer districts ice will . be'
d 'lierd al'O.
The ; hv.il .officials of the -Salvation
Armj";,are nuking pro-rre-1 in vari-us
pkms to relk've the siHTerinis of the
li.xT iu tlie, h.'atel terms. They, .will
InangiirnU on JinK'' lKSd :i A-r.es, jof
steatrl' itt excursioiisfor slum luothers
aiKl. t-abies. On that bite tliey exieft
to take nearly K"i to Wankegan or
an outing. . ' " ?
With regard to .the plans for saU-s
't ice. it is ann.mn fl that .this move
is made solely in the interest' v.f tlK
jiooi't st. ami that ice cannot ls sold to
any i:e eli-v;"
Mrs. t;srge Krnvrll. wife of L"ti
tenant Coloiel French, hopes' to-have
arrange nieiits for 'f lie ehlllrns fresh
air camp at Ilinsthilo enip'.etely 5y
Ittv. Stephen tJkidstoue, reetor : of
I la warden, was asked by n deputation
of the villagers to permit tlie church
Itells to be ruug when the news of tlio
relief of Mafekin'. arriveiL lbs an
swer wa that he eonld not eoment to
tlwt Isiug done tuitd waee was pro-
claime!. There was much indignation
.Miicnjr th residents at his refnsaL TIm
tetUir, hov ver, fTir I fj-te;.il thanks
uiv'Jig crvic; on the XUiowiug sun
Pacific Homestead, Salem, Or. Best
farm paper. Issued weekly. $1 a year.
A liovel dog show Is soon to take
plac:fu the Iji'vaUoi-IVrret Hippo
droiue. just outside the Paris fortifi
cations. It is to ! a f1kw. or rather
a competition, for slns'p dogs and tlteir
masters, anl every ios.c,ble' way i of
testing the exeellenee of the dog's
eom's'tin'g is to 1.x? triel. '
V n !- wrtnefi stmlents of Svraeuse
university linre gained a victory over
the young men. nie latter aitempieo
to prevent the farmer from taking part
!n tlK oratorical contests, but the fac
ulty sustained the girls.
.'That was a mean trick Harry play
'Whit was it;
-Why. he disgul.-cd himself as fl cfTi
sns taker and found out l?r age.!
;.!ih ao Record.
On Jellies ! :
Trrr nd pickle. pre4
a tlxia coatlnc ot rand
. " . e ... IS., m m.imm .tfcl I
m Met PaB4
STAMOARO OIL CO.
AN. TUESDAY. TUT.Y 11000 i
THEY DID NOT MEET
CONFERENCE l- UOP C BOWERS
; r .41 LEU TO aiATERIALZE.
Vrmk Conditio ot Urawlac Crop Is Kmt
'I - ' ItoCallod. .
iF!ni Dally Staiesjiian. Jnne' "kl.
Sov far as aceoniplishttg anything is
eonc-?nel, the hop grower of this ?ee
lion might just a well not have con
vener 1 at Woxrtjrn yester-J.iy. As 'it
wavtiie u-.e;fug. which was ealltd by
the Oregon Ibip C rowers' AssK-I:iik'h,
wa.v iK-t legally const irtitcl. there not
being present Ya sutfiUqt number of
gio-Aers Ti iresn nting tu-3 reuir-d nnm
lerf hares. " TIkV ttitting was ; re
solved into a strt of a conference, in
w hbh oj iuKms were exchanges! and
tl T )p 'i rosjWts discussed.
There were alxiut thirty members-of
theOregwn Hop i 2 rowers Association
present? atwl thejs represented only t
of the 23r shans of tlie Assothulon
awl; continently tle meeting eou!d
not legally transact any Iminess. .
1ML I Jones, c'f lirooks, president of
the: AssKiatki, calk'd the uie?tIngMo
r-kr. avll o'ebK-k in the afternoon aud
loljcjill asuertaining the lack of a r
quirod nT'f'n'lo'1. 'r Jmes rulwl
thai none of tlie pending business could
It j acted tn by the Ass.icistkii.
Francis Feller tlK-n took the chairiuan-
ship of the tneeting, whk'h was, eOn-
yertsd into A general conference, at
t her conclusion of whkh the reskk nt
of the AssKation Was Instructed to
calf a meeting of the stockh6hkrs or
the iAssocia tion to 1h hekl liefote hop
picking time,! when the' price to Is paid
for;' picking iwUI In, determined and
other matters arranged. t
The lsen4e 6-f tlie necessary ' nnnv
U of srx-klieI!. -rs yesterday cannot lie
atnlbutcd .to'auy spirit of iijibffercnee
iiii the part of the growers,' for-. they
are ill intensely. Interested ami much
concerned in any k-gitimate movetiH-ut
that has for its bljct an hnrovcient
in the tHmlit ions with which the 'grow
erlls txmfroated. Tliey wvm resolved
to unite their Interests in the ; most
practicable plan that can Ik devfsed.
Tlie majority of the growers who. were
scea at Wooilhiirn yestentay are in fa
vor of ltl.ipting sonv plan y which
tin? Jacreiige! caff Ix so rt,rictd that
there wilj nt lpe an 'overprovltiction.
The favor rc-lucihg the acreage, but
a re not agrciil on the ln'st plan for k
iiigjs. The. i rhicii al objection offer-
1 I't iu the pioposit'.on to abamkMi a
cirtain proportion tf the yanls just lxv
f.Ttf lacking time. The average grower
ii opiossi to this in for tlx reason
that tlie cultivation, twining, spraying,
cf, cantiol" 1 doue for less than
or S.!o ait acre. Tlwy atgue an esti-
inatv of tte prcbalrfe yield can be made
earlier iu the season that the jht
cint.tse of I lie ! hop ' acreage lha t may
be deenuel Le-essary may Ik abamloit
ed -.ihe for. going to the expens of enl
ib'at.iug such part of the yard: The
glowers af:s hesitate some alont a:kit
Ing this plan nntil it can Ik reliably as
certained 1 what tin, growers - in. New
Yrk. California and Washington pro
1k to do in this regard. Ftik-st the
H.v uent Is general in all of the hop
growing district; it would le extreme
ly tinwise for Oregon's growers to tak
iiie initiative, witlmut the assurance
that tlK-ir exati;.je would Is followetL
I Mr. Jones, the presUlcnt of tlu Asso
rts tion. has tiiis year reduced his ?."-iik-re
hoj yiird to .V atTes and Will give
Id atteutitkn to the cultivation of tin
smaller yard. Jome few otlier" grow
ss have slight l reiltK'e! tlieir .j.-reas?
and iuany1 are -only awaltingfto see
what the growers in the other lop rais
ing districts of.. the- country shall do,
w lu n they j will probably follow, suit,
i Thus far a few lice have appeared in
some of the -yard's, but Mr. Jones says
the 1 est uot tv, arly as u'uinerHis as
it ivas this time last year. f;
Pfcsil;'nt Jons rs-ently rutvireI a
provsiiloiir from ; thoroughly reliablf
piriits to financier the Ass,xiatIon In
birvestingHhis year's crop. The mat
ter will soon bu; submitted 0 t lie grow
ers for thwir tvinsKkration.
Attn ng ihoe In att.'tNlance at yester
day's conference Were: M. 1.1 Jones.
Jtrooks; II. 1 eltnts. Ittitteville: Fran
cis . Feller. 1 KuttevIIie: James Winstaa-,
ley. Sa.etu: lb. If. Mount. Sllvertou;
M. II. Kgan, Oervais; W. II. .Kgan.
t'nl-s; S. PoiiK'roy. WoKllnirh; T.
It. Jonc, j Brooks; L.. Krels. j Brooks ;
Clias Jlarttiian, Seotts Mlds; ' t'lwrles
M- Ytrmk'k, WoKHnrn : John Mr
tniekV Wo"Mntirn; V. P. Tsld. Sher
nVo..xlW.tbixlrich. North Yamhill;
John iKena-Jy." I'hampoeg:' F. NibbW,
tfervais; C. Intzj, Wxxlburn; C. 'C.
Hall. Woodburn: M. Fers'hwenej-. (4cr
Vais; J. F'rschwei:er, t.ervais; T1mo.
ieulx-ns. tjervais; Jas. Het-nV. tjer
vais; CJ. Kutsche, Otrvai; Janws Fel
ler. Ittitteville. - . f
The train bad pulled up at the sta
tion at Watervilk and the jseople wVr?
alighted.. Two line ,wre --converiilEg.
one from! the wnoking car a in I the
other fron tbt cxich lx-hind. In the
row of ieork coming from the smoX
Ing car. Ma a Krencb Canadian in a
peaked MP- A man who was evlkntly
a. eomntercial traveller, was just emerji
Ing froniUbe door of- tlif eoac-o. lie
wore a tlIl hat an-1 carried two h?iry
griiiK. . The Canadian was .facing him
on tb. other ear's platform. Su Htalt
srme otxf In tle rear of the .French
-Hit himr ;
Tlie Ca'uadlan let'ont a Similar bowl
of "Hit him.' leaped into the air and
let drJveUoth fis at the tnan in tJK?
silk hat! He struck him fairly hi tlie
breast. The travlier nearly fell down.
But thIpepl txhlnd iropjcI .- luiu
op. II If silk bat roUeI down the car
t-p nndcr the feet of the pjsm r.-W-'
A Mioti as the amazed and .tertifled
drnhiniet eoiikl recoter his feet he
mad e lab down tb eps of -the
car atcindoaed Ir bags. .';. ,
; frht're U a' lunaftk'-arrest ; him." he
thoutcd wildly: '
"IMtu'V get nerroos, old man, said
a atcrvliie tii;m wiio had tucKCti tip
the silk hat and rt turned it U 11k
owotr, T1iat'a all right. That's only a
juniper. This was stkl In a, tone as
though the word 'juniper explamod
"Juniper? repeatel the New Yorker,
rubbing his hat around on his fore
arm and craning his cvk to see if the
dangerous indivklual was pursuing
him. "Juniper? Wliat If he is he's
..razy. - '-.'.;.-.
N'o. lie's Just a Jumixr can't help
it has to jump, you- kiww."
"Has to jump? What, aud hit people
Yes, If any oae tells him to.
; Tl stranger -n a reI at the- Wat er
v Hie man, bis jaw dropiing iu a-aiaze-nient.
Yesi, that" all.be Is only a jnmp-e-r,"
etmUne.J the Utter. AYe're us
to 'era round here In Maine.
-fed ta Vm! Well, of all the
But who eares what a iN'ew York
man mys alxut tle state of Maine.
)lT THEY f AMU
A Louisville Times story: Tli 1 oys
in gray had fun yesterday telling joke
on one anHher. Said a Tnnesscan:
"Hitting an engagement Mtr eompa
ry. in char-jing the enemy, run into a
masked battery. You "lt it made
things hot for us. and we lost no time
in K-ettitig t- tho rear.- As wo went
flying ba k the colonel of a Mississippi
tvghi'ent saw us aikk dashing forward
and waving bis sword while h glared
scornfully at ns. lie lialkd, 'Make way
tljcrv at-l let Mississippi in. We made
way without exrbiiulng. aud thi Mlss-b-4.!ppi
l:oys rnslMd on ib iKittery. Y011
it-ihey stafteil -back. too. when thej
fonnil th. liK'.nk they had made, aul
tlien it was our turti tv lau;li. As the
colonel and the 1nj-s sks! ... pasr; witli
the s irks tlasshing -fre.ni their Iu els,
we yelkd. 'Makv way there "atul kt
Misissij pi out.' " , ,
SOMi; KXULISII FIXAXCLNCJ.
Not only !a hies, such a Methuena
MiMKleriua IU'linontina Jones, but also
tomptnie are receiving names etm
n inoiaiive of the war. There lias Just
Uon. registered. -for instamv, tlie Sp'sut
Syndicate, which will cairy ;n the
business of .hankers, capitalists, tinan
ciers. jr,onou-rs. and so 011. with an
avnlii.rized capital of 1H. i siiidlar
company with a similar capital to
transact similar business, promoted
aiarcutly riuler tlx same auspices, l
the IK'lta syiulicate. The one compa
ny is presutuUy to .bring the owcr of
Its capital to1 reiuforc the other. With
to 1-ack'up 'JK there is no say
ing what iyay tx lone 5n the way of
banking, capitalizing ami financing."
Westminster t'azette. ,
tJlTTTA I I3U.IIA TOO OSTLY.
(butta ivrch.i has Ixn'ome so 's'arA
nikl its prlc, consequently, s. higli.
that Its ttse in eonrt ruct ion of long
distance -submarine cables has 1chi
too costly, t'utta jtenha costs over
$2 a pound, while mblier' eatt' Ix had
at l-'Ui. 1'or long stretcins " of .lull
mi!es orjtnore, gutta pretia,: however,
,! repiislte as insulating "material,
while for sliorler stretches India rul
llr sullics. illence It Is 'now 'projHs'd
as a UKre xotiomial plan to lay the
proo.sl cable line to the Philippines
by way of Alaks.' Siberia' and Japan.
YAST WEALTH F .THE VATICAN!
It wonH lx ditlicult to estimate pro-ei-ely
the total weight of. gold in tlie
raticiin.- but it Is sifs to say tliat there
ate at least .thirty tons of it. worth in
the nelghlMirlKsxl of $.14 .' k .( h m at tl;e
pnsent oiarkrt price of. the tiuwrought
metal. tf this huge amount of gold
ther' is probably tiot a single pound In
Its virgin fctate. Nearly very otinet
cf It has passd through the hands of
skilled artisan, wlto hav work-d It
into count U-ss forms, thus adding per
haps a third or a quarter more to Is
THE SPOUyS L tJiaMiOW,
There Is ho txx-oguition of joiltical
nfriiiations lh tho appointment of din
miasal of employes in tJlasgow. The
ease are quite iiumeroih wlwre tlie
ajIk'ant will present a letter from an
a!terman, a couucllm.-in or a m iolx r
of anotlx-r dep!irtmeiit. Such an appli
cation goes through exactly the same
process as any otlier, and the appli
cant, has no advantage Which every
otlx-r dx-s iKit jxjssess.
ST. LOF1S SWELI-
. IXtJ DIIlECTtHtY
Ten j-ear ago the St. Iufs directory
contained ir5,4! names. This, year
tlivnun;x'r Is S'.1T.5 an ltnrease of
nearly ZAi ptr cent. f
ELfMKIIN4 WAS FA SI I ION A I LE:
"In old tiiX'S." remarked a well
known educator to the Chicago Tlmes
Herakl, "the taws always hung near
tlx family 1111 Je. and' the bey who
was late to morning prayers always
had bis Jacket tanned to give him a
trustworthy, memory. I myself have
been tlit aiiel and my teaelier bre the
same otTeuw. No Iiodps were broken,
for In those days tlM'y temxil r-enj
with judgiueiit. Nowadays, if you
wlilp a lxy yon are snjpoed to whip
T'ci.un'ss Into him; but then It was
whipixd ont of him, so that 1m might
grow up a d, ecu t citiak'n. I was not
punish d every Uty nor every week,
for I had a whoUsoine fear of iny
father's gixwl right arm. ami I; liave
no hard ft ling toward, hi m or lh
-lKilinaster who conscientiously
whai V-.Hl ine during my studies In the
distrk-t school. I f--l sure- now that
I dem-rved nxre than I got. And I
was trrown man. too. tb? kist tbno
my father thrashed me.
"Yes. contiiiuxl tlx n.lrrator. win
Is n w a colk'ge professor, "I oy my
ptesnt position to that later finioh
U't nt. I hail t gun to go out r veulngs.
f'.'i l tnf, hair ami wore blue era rats,
f- " "g iaWs. asllr amki rW s Ws; o im fta w&lr fc fts mf ssfW; jUm t
jj porau, D Ha Esa j
4 BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS;
A jtlCk ItnAnACHfL 1 and t IMPAICFH nmPCTlftV '
i. CONSTIPATION, Kindred
f m -w-fc m m o
Aoafwhrn In tttst al lAaMttiarbl r
mg - 1 - a oo v v'w m - or miMMwt rail; vici wavAi,iaJV LAJsCB y
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What a Little Faith Did
f FOR MRS. ROCKWELL.
. j iLSTTta to -Mta. nmi no. 69,884
i"I was a Ifreat; sufferer from -female
weakness and had no strength.,: It was
Impossible - for me to attend to my
household duties. I had tried every
thing and many doctors, but found. no
relief. .. ' :- . ' . , '
My sister adrisel me to try Lydia
II Pinkbam's Vegetable- Compound,
which I did; before using; all of one
lottle I felt better. I kept on with it
and to my great surprisse I am cured.
All w ho suffer from female coniplainta
fcould giTe It a trial. Mrs. IbxiK
wkli, 1209 S,, Divtstox St., Okaad
IU.ru, Mich. ''' I
From m Gmtefal Xwrk Wemu.
I "When I wrote to you I. was Tery
sick, had not been well for two years.
The doctors did not seem to help me,
and one said 1 could not live threa
months. 1 I had womb troublefalling,
ulcers, kidney and bladder trouble.
There seemed to be such a drawing
and burning pain in my bowels that I
could not rest anywhere. After using
Lydia E Pinkhatn's Vegetable Tom
pound and Sanative Wash and follow
ing your advice, I feel well again and
stronger than ever, ,My bowels feel as it
they bad been made over new.. With
many thanks for your help, I re 111 si;
L. O., 74 Ass St., Newakk, J. J." ,
and got homo earlyj next morning, is
cause to j go In a crowd of I young x-o-Ile
to a daneei meant a trip of ten or
twelve mile" ami getting-, home at
Kiinrise. 1 was geixcrally. pretty, sleiy
uext day, ami init fiuiKh good On tho
farm, ami my father -reasoned with me
and esked tiie if I! expctel to burn
life's caudk tit lstt 'ends,! and hinted
that I was a failure! In the' agricultural
line anyway-wliali I knew to lx tlx
tuitlu 1 can reineinlxT now bow the
tears would com Into my eye with
the effort-nat , to yawn while he was
lecturing me. or to prevent tin front
going to xle'p at the breakta! table
art r one; of thts' 1 all-night ..-outings.
Mm IniKx-etit .-'recreation 'never 'was
known, but my gox! father saw harm
in any diversion that kept his progetiy
out of ix-l after t p. in. And w hen he
lakl down a Caw hej was ns-tdy to help
keep it. . I , -
That brings mejto the crisis which
separaH-d ' tin fronji tin old farm. I
had leen mt too nierry-niaking. avImto
the young xs.ple datusd and fe-asiel
tinder the eyes of j their " Jk'rs. but
the girl I was sparking lived" so far
away In sii opjxisMe direction that by
the time I had takirti Iw r to her home
and returned to mine it was morning
of th neit day. . Ij got Into.-my work
ing clothes 'and-had the plough horses
at tlx door by brt-akfast tins, and
flattered myself that my father had
not observed my. ahscuoe.-Nolhing was:
wild ot breakfast, but I -nearly foil off
my chair with s.-;-oiiessaud several
times gave irrelevant an-sWers to the
old gentlcm ail's questions, Tlu Held I
was plough u'g wasjsome distance from
the lx use. It iv: autuimi and the tilr
was like wine. It 'jya t.ne ef those
alsnluteiy still days, -nnd tlie ti lds
of rlpuicd com,. i)ot quite ready for
tlx harvest, I-xiI-inI like '-painted vege
tation. I s;iw It ail throiigh my h.ilf-s-hnt
eyes, and w ix-n I got to tin
ploughing 1 felt .-tdeeplcf than '.-ever
and tiie landseaix !wns a blur on my.
siphb . j
"I took 'off my ejoat and hung it 011
the fence. After liltk' I heard my
. a great distune
J.ijiu! Wake tip!
calling nie. .
I'ye hear, John V
Ys, Kirl calhxl.
'Is it nxrn-
"Tlx'ti I oxue my ye .1txl tlx
whole lread truth broke 011 my shrink
ing intUigenee. Tix Miu . was - at mid
lay. the horse and plow wre not
In fitrlit, ami toy fatlx-r stoml - over
tec with tiie liiws'j in Iiis baud nnd it
look on bis face (hat I knew meant
" Where are tlx! horses and jihiwV
I stammered. '
" Vih. they're safe enough, retortnl
tnj' father; '-'get U! Tlx y got huugry
for their linner wlilk yoit were asle-p
and startil for home witli the plow.l
You won't liave to harvext tiint acre'
of. i.'rn; they tlragsed. the plow'
through every! square foot of It. tSet
up!' . '- .- . i .
"I crawleil out from under tlx fenco
wlxro I had laH (-wti for a minute's
ta-and slept four or live hoiirsmxl
fo'.loweil my father lknieix. Ik fd
lowtnl me, and at every sUp I took I
got the Ix-nctlt of j those doulcd lires
aros; iwjine part of my sn ito.nv. Ity
the time we raelxxl the hous 1 was
d'ing a quickstep and -'felt aw If I
should never waiitl to -skvp ngaln. Tim
next d:iy I left home, but I am satls
4U1 that If It bad not lxen for that
tlcxgimr I should still Ix tortiiritig tho
earth with my futUe efforts to I a
AND FOOL TIIE FLIES.
"I wish." ald tlx Infant j prodigy,;
"that I was a self-uwuk man, like l.'n-
- cl Henry." .
"WhyK" axkd Ilk is-rson who Is al
ways playing weohd Ihldk hi tlx con
versa t toes I orchestra.""
"Ikvause I woufcl have left my Jx-ad
bahl, too. It Is Un inii-li tronlxe to
eoint It." llaltlnx'ie Amerhan.,
i AA OIUIXT .OF-! (HNSIDEUATION.
Yassir," sakl I3rastns Plnkh-y.
, whn I made, my px-nranco iu dat
eonventlon 1 was de ;hjct of mo at
J tention dan any lw.ly el In 1 pla-c-.
Dey y-' riz up-itl dar eat when dey
saw me eomln- d iw n de a'sle."
. 'IxI you make a ni-HhY': :
"NoniUsl; 1 had a bucket t lc w a
ter an a gkiis." WaKhlugton Slar. 1
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