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. -one,;and.'the method of manufacture Dy the California Fig Syrup
'.Cpntpahy- ensures that perfect purity and uniformity of product,
" which have commended it to the favorable consideration of the
m most eminent physicians and- to the intelligent appreciation of all
; who are well informed in reference to medicinal agents.
'. " -Syrup of Figs has truly a laxative effect and acts gently with-
out in any" way disturbing the natural functions and with perfect
freedoln, from, any unpleasant after effects. - ' . -
. Ijnf .the p'rocess of manufacturing, figs axe used, as they are
'pleasant to the taste, but 'the medicinally laxative principles of the
'combination-are obtained from plants known to act most bene
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Saf:c-td Ottters. .
A New York broker, who boasted
acquaintance with J. Pierpont Morgan,
wrote to the multi-millionaire asking
for an invitation to view the yacht
races on Mr. Morgan's yacht Corsair.
The magnate answered, regretting that
he bad loaned his yacht to a friend,
adding: "If you think you would care
to go on the-yacht of either Mr. Gould,
Mrs. Ooetlet, Colonel Astor cr any of
the others that may be going down the
bay, I will try and get an invitation
for you, and, will assure whoever may
take you that they will have the honor
of entertaining the cheekiest man I
ever heard from."
teen Disced m Ideh that
T-ezrcrrcccirrs moro rnlue for
liis money In the V. L. Douslas
tmosndfc CO shoes than he can
,-Eci cuevnere. n. i iKtocias
makes and sells more SsjOO and
$ajto f hoes than any other two
nnnmacTiirria in use worio.
FAST COLOB, STELETS DBS.
-r ir r rrsfias
m fm M"nrT
vhnaon rceeint of nrleai
and S cents additional for csr.
root as shown : state striedo-
ureu: uzs umnaia
usually worn; plaia
or can toe : hmtvr.
medium or lleht soles.
The BEST starch is De
fiance. The BIGGEST
package is Defiance. Qual
ity and quantity mean De
fiance Starch. 16 ounces
tor 10 cents.
TJon't forget It a better
quality and one-third
more ot It.
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Ruke, Omaha, Nebraska; Brad
ley, DeQreff & C., Nebraska City.
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Saying mean things is the one bad
habit cultivated most' asslduowdy bj
the average woman.
DO TOUR CLOTHES LOOK. YEIXOWl
Then use Defiance Starch. It will kestf
them white 16 oz. for 10 cents.
It takes a coward to stay wrong
when he knows he is wrong.
We promise that should yon use PUT
NAM FADELESS DYES and be dissat
isfied from any cause whatever, to re
fund 10c. for every package.
Monroe Dbuo Co., Unionville, Ma
We get old trying to stay young, but
we do not stay young trying to be old
IF YOU USE BALI. BLUE.
Get Red Cross Ball Blue, tho best Ball Blue.
Largo 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
Age ever looks backward; youth
forward; so the two never see the
same scenery of life.
missive; reverent to what is over
them; only small mean souls are oth
WILL KEP YOU DRY
IWTrBK ELSE WILL
LOOK fOR AMVETRADE MUK.TAKE NO 3UUTITUTES
SHOWING FULL LINE OP GARMENTS AND HAT3
3AJ.T0WER CO, 603T0N. MA33.
Tfct Lincoln Eye aid Ear Infimary f
treats all curable I
diseases and" in-
juries of the
i EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT, g
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Contagious and incurable cases not admit- f
i ted. Patients boarded, nursed and treated, j
i Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
i Write for announcement.
DRS. GARTEN & COOK, I
5 Oculists and Aurists in attendance. Uacetn.Nea. i
SEHO POST OR
Our Single Breech Loader Decarbonised
Steel; Choke Bored; Top Snap; Pistol Grip;
Snap foro end. Warranted in every respect.
Send $5.00 with order, or write for new cat
. alogue of Gnus and Sporting Goods. ,
TMEH. ft. D. FOLSOM ARMS CO.
DepartmerttG., NEW YOKK CITY.
T-E INDIAN TERRITORY
I0MES.: NSilESS, WBiHElt.
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rtU.iacreae the yield of wheat lmkk
rkimlty, bat that the aniduat of w
taed ix the' production of .tjMerop Is
'greater. That is.most certaialy so aid
t is no argument ataiast sao-soillkg.
Srery. locreasM In the crop of say-
hlna; means a very. Urge increase ia
be amonnt:of water used.' No other
Mmdltlon is possible. It 'takes a.cer
aln amount of .water to convey the
odd to the grain of the 'plant, and
-he amount of water used is hundreds
f -times the bulk of the food carried.
Hils. water is not used' over and ove'r
tgain, so .far as we know, but after
tcting as a conveyer,.Js thrown off from
Jhe foliage of plants In the form of
fapor. 'Experiments have shown that
.or every pound of dry wheat created
here is'used 453 pounds of .water. It
xrill thus be seen.that to increase the
rield of "Wheat hr one bushel means
e added'-use of 27,180 .pounds of
rater. This is over 13' tons. ' Anent -,:his'-subject
it may. be interestlhg to
iuote the 'conclusions arrived at by,
Professor King, of "Wisconsin; .as to
.he amount of water used in the prC""
iuctlon of the leading grains.'- To elab
orate one pound of dry matter the re
lulrements are' as follows: Barley, 461
pounds; 'oats, 503 pounds; corn, 270
pounds; clover, -576 po'uads; 'peas, 477
pounds; potatoes, 385 .pounds. These
igures -present as interesting study.
The low demands of corn show, that
t Is a crop adapted to. a limltedjwater.
.upply and point to its origin and de
velopment in a -country semi-arid' 1b.
aature. It will explain why the corn
:rop comes through drouths that de-.
itroy other crops. ' As to .subsoiling
for the Increase of water-supply it
must be remembered that that is the
prime reason for the process, as.it in
:reases the water reservoir -of- the.
MaaarM aat Potato Seaa,"
It is the common experience that
ime and ashes are apt to favor the po
tato scab. The Rhode-Island experi-
nents showed that this is attributable
o their content of carbonate of liine
vhich renders the soil favorably al
kaline. Similar increase of- scab "fol
owed the use of soda ash (carbonate
f soda), potash (carbonate of' potas
tium) and magnesia. Stable manure of
ill kinds favors the scab development,
probably for similar reason.' Fertiliz
ing materials which do not tend to in
rrease the scab and which may even
:heck it are enumerated' as follows:
Common salt, land plaster, most cpm
nerclal fertilizers (including super
phosphates), sulphate of-ammonia,' ni
trate of soda, kainit, muriate of- pot
ash, sulphate of potash.
FertUlzatloa et Blowers,
Insects are necessary to the fertilf
zation of most flowers; and were ; it
not for insects, especially honey bees,
many of the crops we now have would
be wanting. There are a good many
flowers that produce, pollen that has
no means of getting from flower to
(lower except by the medium of' in
sects. On the other 'hand some plants'
throw off great quantities of pollen
without the help of the insects. Prof.
James Fletcher relates that when in,
British Columbia some people came to
him and asked him to -explain a show-,
er of sulphur that had apparently fal
len during the preceding night. He
assured them that there had been no
shower of sulphur, ' but ' that what
looked like sulphur was in reality the
pollen of pine trees.
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Wlad Affects Sarara.
An ideal condition for spraying-is
whencthe-wind is still. As there 'are
few days when the wind does not blow,
it is extremely difficult to obtain Ideal
conditions. -for the work. When the
air is still the spray may be evenly put
on the tree and little of the mixture
will be wasted. When the wind is
blowing it becomes necessary to spray
the tree from several sides to get a
uniform' application. Some' of our best
sprayers find it advisable to spray from
not less than six different positions.
If the air is .still a tree may .be
sprayed all over at one time. But
when the air Is In motion one-half
of the tree will have to be left till th
wind changes. '
Cress Braedlas' ef Swlae.
During recent years a great deal has
been written and said about the cross
ing of different breeds of swine in or
der to 'secure larger litters,' better
grazers' more bone, early maturing.
I" better bacon type," etc. In some .in-.
.stances the cross of the breeds may
prove advantageous, but it must be
done wisely, else disappointment will
oftentimes follow such- a practice. I
believe that with good care and prop
er selection the above-mentioned de
sirable characteristics can be secured
from any of our generally recognized
breeds without the introduction of any
foreign blood. - Cross breeding may
sometimes prove useful but it. is not
a wise policy to make it a general
practice. Professor W. J. Kennedy.
Ceaaeetleat JiUk Ceatraeta.
An item mong eastern correspond
ence this week gives the following rel
ative to milk contracts at Canaan,
Conn.: Last Friday was contract day
at the Borden creamery in 'this 'Vil
lage. Contracts were signed, for 6,000
quarts daily, but the company would
like to get 1,500 more quarts daily at
present The prices for 100 pounds
of milk are as follows: . October $1.40,
November $1.50, B December .$1.55, Feb
ruary $1.45, March $1.35 or an average
of nearly $1.47 per 100 pounds for the
next six months. The 'company ar
now. getting 'only 4,300 quarts daily.
Chicago Dalry'Produce. -
- Ducks and geese stand being exhib
ited .at shows ' better than the land
fowls. Among the latter the loss Is
great-.. Some of the breeders 'that' fol
low the fairs and show "their birds
during an entire season lose -as high
as half of their birds. Some ot these
die while at the fairs," and others suc
cumb to disease 'after they are' brought
home, but as a direct .result of the
showing.' Not Infrequently roup ex
ists among show birds.' The . cage
.with the sick fowls may. be some dls
.tance away from the others, and when;
the 'breeder' takes his .birds; Jhomo he
imagines they have -'escapea the roup.'
But, a. few days after reaching home
the oreau. disease . oreass out among. I
the 'birds 'he has bad;, on exhibition.
Kcverlueless, It pays enterprising
breeierr. to take their best birds- to
'the fairs and poultry shows. The re
ward comes to th'e breeder not "only in
an-increase of knowledge, but also in
increased' sales. . ".
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In Belgium - Sunday rest leagues'
have- been'forined and strong attempts
heve beenmade. to provoke legislation
03 the Sunday closing 'subject but to
no avail. '' ' ''
Wales ba3 an .agrlctxv
urreodcrs. .- '
Is lost .which 6ne
Saaastth OM Blskaat.
Had Bishop Potter Of New York not
become eminent as a churchman, he
might have 'won high honors as a
diplomat' Asked by lady the other
day what he thought of female suff
rage he answered: VI have got far be
yond that point; I am trying, to make
the best terms with the sex. that I
Lookt the Label!.
Every package of cocoa -or chocolate
put out by Walter Baker Co., bears
the well-known trade-mark of, the
chocolate girl, end the place of manu
facture; "Dorchester, Macs." House1
keepers are advised to examine their
.purchases, and make sure that other
goods have not been, substituted. They
received, three gold 'medals 'from the
Noted Writer Chalaffrs His ITaaae:
Ernest Seton-Thompson, the -well
known-.author. and 'writer, has beeh
granted permission by Justice Gisch
off of the New York supreme court
to change, his name to that '"of Ernest
Thom'pson-Seton: Mr.' Seton-Thompson
In his petition said that the sur
name of Thompson 'was a pseudonym
adopted by his family, which hid
from the -English government .after
having taken part in' the Jacobite re
bellion of 1745. '
tea Beward 3IOO.
The readers of'tals paper will bo 'please to
leara toa, there is at least one dreaded disease
that sr.soce has been able to cure in all.itu
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's' Catarrh
Cure is the only positiro cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall'ft Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of thodiHeasc.andslving the patient
strength by butldim up the constitution' and
assisting: nature in dolnz its work. The pro
prietors have so much tilth in its curative
powers that they offer One.HunJred Hollars for
any case that it fails to cure. Send for list ot
Tasttmonials. - '
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, a
Sold by druggists TTx.
Call's Family l'ills are the best.
c -Telephones Replace Dogs.
A London paper says that the fa
mous pass of St.. Bernard is now pro-,
vided with shelters at short intervals,
and "-the good old dogs that used to
search for. lost wayfarers have been
superseded by a telephone line con
nected to the, "hospice" in such a way.
that when the traveler calls up the
"pious monks,", they 'know his shelter.
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..' DaWIAlfCS 8TACK
hetrtd 'be 1a ever household, none as
good, besides 4 os. more tor 19 cent tbaa
any ether Braad of cold water starch.
'The. lineage, of Queen Victoria is.
traceable directly, back to William the
. YsTX&OW C&OTHTES ARE t7If8IGRTI.T.
Keeptham white with Reel Cross Bail Blao.
All grocers' sell large 2 or. package, 5 cents.
Boston Is so well pleased with port
able school houses that forty-three are
in ase this year.
' : :
.The well posted druggist advises you
to use Wizard Oil for pain; for he
knows what it has done. -
. Last year Uncle Sam turned out new
coins worth.$136,000,000, of which $99,
000,000 were gold. ' '
AIX JDP TO DATE HOUSEKEEPERS
use Defiance .Cold Water 8tarch. because'
It Js better and 4 ox. more ot it tor same
money. - "
' The "newsboy" on the Santa Fe's
Lawrence-Ottawa (Kan.) branch, is an
urchin of seventy-two years.
Plso's Cure Is the best medicine wa ever
for all affections of 'the tarost and lanes. Wa.
a EanaXBT, Vanburen. lad.. Feb. 10. 1900. .
The hope of being elected to public
office has saved many a politician
from the' penitentiary.
Mrs. Wlaislawa 'soottttaa; Syraaw
Tor ehiidrea teett'ng soften the gums, reduces ls
fatnwisHoa.aaaypaia.caiaa wladcoUc SScabouia
The studied- hypocrisy of men has'
driven, me to doubt everything but
man's simple ignorance.
OUR AGENCY soon gives you a fruit
faron brings you and family to the
Coast. Write for It. Gold Coast Co...
Portland. Ore. .
This desires not gratified 'on earth
are the pigments with which men
paint the. skies" of their heaven.
CTC Ptroaaently rared. No fit or mrrnnnnrw after
II ant daj's use'of Dr. Kline's Great NarreKestor.
er. Send for FRKK 3.00 trfal bottle and treatise.
Da. R. H. Kuse, Ltd.. SSI Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
-No man's destiny can be, judged till
destiny has ended him.
Stops the-Congh and
Works On the Cold'
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25c
' He who despises mankind will, never
get the best out of- either others or
mmm natural leaf
NOBBY SPUN ROLL'
2GQtfTwi5T Taos being equal
Good Luck," "Cross Bow," "Old Honesty,"
'Master Workman," "Sickle," " Brandy wine,"
"Planet," "Neptune," "Razor," "Tennessee
Cross Tie," Ole Varginy." a
TAOS AAV BE ASSORTED IN SECURING PRESENTS.
Our. new illustrated ..
CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS
will include many articles not shown here. It will contain the :
" most attractive List of Presents
be sent by mail on receipt of postag
(Catalogue will be ready for mailing about January 1st, 1902.)
Our offer off PreaewU for Tags -iHH n Nav. 3ota. ifoa.
' Write your name and address on outside of .packages
containing Tags, and send them and requests for. Presents to ,
C. Hy. BROWN,
4241 Fwteoa. Ave.
St. LowJt. Mo.
A man la. Alpine, Colo.; Is at least
willing to sell his "body for aaoaey.
He owns a lot of .Mining property
that is valuable, bufaia. credit is ex
hausted and ho cannot get maney.
to further work it. Hence he thus a
vertisea la the local paper: "If I have
a right to sell my body when.it be
comes a corpse I am in the market
for anybody desiring such investment
My body will make a good skeleton."
uaaka as If Maaat It.
Charles B. Dillingham, manager of
Julia Marlowee, who was reported en
gaged, to marry his star; bought tbe
other day a three-story and basement
dwelling in New'York. This is held by
some of his Rialto friends to mean
confirmation of his .reported 'engage
ment In the meantime. Mr. Dilllng
Jiam isn't saying a wordl . ,
It is the best cold water starch ever
' Each 'and every" package contains
sixteen ounces. w .
A single sixteen ounce package costs
only ten 'cents; other starches cost ten
cents for twelve ounce packages.
Every package contains a , written
guarantee to refund money if satisfac
tion is not given. ,.' .
'It gives clothes that stiff." glossy.
finish that is a guarantee of comfort
to the wearer. No other starch has
this advantage. '
It contains ingredients that enable
its manufacturers to omit' all chemi
cals, the presence of which in other
starches have proved, injurious to
There is 'nothing in it that .can even
in. the slightest, degree Injure' the
most delicately woven fabric.
It will not blister . nor break the
It will not stick to the -iron.
It requires no premiums to promote
It speaks for Itself. .
It will not disappoint you.
It is being placed on sale by. all gro
cers. If your grocer "hasn't heard of
It" Insist that he order some for you
from his wholesaler. Made by Mag
netic Starch Co., Omaha, Neb.
to one of others, mentioned
ever offered for Tags, and will
- two cents.
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1- "AHUl HCttAVIHtSHVT SUH. fQOO TAe. -TTSli5a3 .
Ik . -- la rft Waaasmapyaiaasgjawiss;
w' !--: .AUAtm macai mrmine. 'it i-or. & cig;r8taBsiB
A Boon Ta
tewhatererybody ssys who- -t&Sused
For It- curea the most di:r.
cult cases of Rheumatism "
after erery other form of
. . tresfjtjent.has'failed. : . -."
. St. Jacobs Oil iwrer -rails.
It Conqiiers Paiii
SC aad'-fac - .
SQU BY ALT. DEUIXRS IX MED'aMt'
StH-rUj, SMM I
With other gTurerlea andaidt.e.st cat..
frtcea, TataaMe fctaalaa. f ree to ne W
customers. SendelKht2-.ct. stamps- .
forourcstalif;ire detallh our ttijc
TMUvalcsandtiuwtaordi'r. nVreMtaa. .
16-cts.on first enirerV order soVata-
locueoxtsjoanotblntc. Big Money for A'jmt. B.J.-
acarssnuevv. imponers joi3rs,caKaaB).
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nCW aMSCOVEaT:' w1ni''
amck relief and cures worst
cases. Boole of testimonials-anil ia.Bslstrestmeak
tuumu ausN tor nmas Sfau cieras.
AMERICAN LAOVV nepJni
entlT." rW-h. wants irixxl hoiirit
lxusland. Addresr. Mas. If. 87 Market St.,CBlcRo, 11V .
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