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Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States.
Sonor uiui.-i. Cuban Minister to the I nitol State-., i- aT onitr born. In
nn artiele in The utlMK for .July, l-'J'.t, by (n-orj:e Kviuiitn. who heard Quesad!
j,jeak at the IIul.m Tin aire. Matuni.. "ul.i. he -aid: "I liave seen many
:imiieiiee under llie spell of eloquent, speech and in the yrip of .lronr emotional
.eitement: but 1 h ive rarvlv w itiKssod siieh :i seene as at the elo. of Juea.ada".
eulogy mxn ie de.ni patriot, Marti." In a letter to The Teruna Medicine Com
pany, written from Washington. I). C. enor Que-ala say.s:
"Pcruna I can recommend as a very good medi
cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it
is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal
complaint of catarrh. " Gonzalo De Quesada.
ConirresMiian J. II. I Sank head, of Ala
"bama. one of the in st inilue;ilial mem- j
lers of the Ilou-eof Representative,-,
in :i letter written from Washington.
1). C" , yives hi- emi'ir-ement to the
(Treat catarrh remedy, l'eruua, in the ,
follow ui wonls: j
"Your I'eruna is one of the best
medicines I ever tried, and no family
should be without your remarkable
remedy. As a tonic and catarrh cure
I know cf nothing better." J. H.
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There are Many Imitations of
Under the decisions of several
United States Courts, no
V, other chocolate or cocoa than
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Ltfo.cn Tui-Mik Cocoa or"Baker s Chocolate
Cur handsomely illustrated recipe book
"Walter Baker 8 Co. Ltd.
Established 17B0 Dorchester, Massachusetts
45 Highest Awards in Europe and America
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KOEE MIX S $3 SO EKCEi THAN ANT
CTHES MANXFACTUKES IS THS WCKLD.
us djf rovr tri HMtzztzX.
W. T. IVnKl !a.SO hoe r tti
m'.ilf-t ,!! i-. in Hit iorl! I --
all f tlu'ir 'NC'lIMit .fjl-. fi t
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from .() to MK. Ihf out; ilif
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t.t.niiiiitf hi- iiHiiit nnd iric; m llw
t4ittiii of 'ncti (.Ikk. I.cHKlorit. 1;ilt
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Ikm :irt--olil tiironn In- " ri'tail
tr in the irint-i it iti--. ami by
n' t.ttfr- e"rj" litre. N n.iftr
when jou liic. . I- luulas frbu
are Mitliiu your reach.
"ThmBemt I fru Wmn."
tr to nrv tt I face ir-'rn your J3J
Vv f r tf p-"t J-- t, j . aid 5b ' f- it the
bfs: I rr'r -. f"R.ttarti. Kipiey, 60s
tt JezJerso t, JU ni, A'tr-
BoysmcrW.L. OouclsS2.50i(l $2.00
hoc because they tit better, hold their
hape an J t ear longer than other makes.
VT. L. flovgtas v$ Corr-ia CoJtstm in kit
S3J ht. I r.Hfl Colt ff O nrrtlfii tO
te the JZttnt patrnt leather pixrfuced.
Fmst Color E elcts ' not wear brassy.
W". L. Houc!a has the Urcet ho mail order
ta-ine In th worlri No trouble to eel a Hi
r null. CS Cf nrs extra J repays Jeln er.
If von deire furtt.er it formation, trntefor
Jitustrated I afuZ.vf of pnnff utiles.
W. L. OOL'CUS. Bracktaa. Ma.
TK ST.LO0I3 WORLD'S PAJD
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I There i- but a shijrlt? medicine which
! is a radical specific for catarrh. It is
I'eruna. which has stood a half centurv
te-t anil cured thousands of ca&es.
I f vou do not derive nromnt and satis-
, factry re-ults from the u-e of I'eruna. )
write at once to ir. Martman. pivmjr a
full statement of yuirca-e and he will .
le ple.x-ed to give you his valuable ad
Addre Dr. H.irtmau. President of
The Hartman an.l.irmm. t'olumbu-,
!no. All correspondence held strictly
misled by them !
j Uur traac-marK. is on every
of crenuinc roods.
v alter iaKer c vo. s is en-
be sold as "Baker's
Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Definace Cold i
Wa'er Starch for laundry use they '
wiil savo not only time, because it!
never sticks to the iron, but because ,
eadi packaae contains 1C oz. one ful
pound while all other Cold Watei
Starches are put up in "-pound pack i
aces, and the price is the same. 1C '
(Mit. Then aeain because Defiance
Starch i- free from all injurious cnem i
i aN. If your grocer tries to sell you
a ll'-o'. package it is because he has I
a btock on hand which he wishes tc
lispose of before h puts in Defiance '
fie knows that Defiance Starch has '
pnnti'd on evory iakaco in large let
r.! n i
'er and ficures "1C ozs."
fiance and save much time and monej
and the annovanee of the iron stick
ins. Defiance never sticks.
Rp'iirious persecution is the effect
of an ea:r:rerated anity rendered fe
rocious bv the best intentions.
er. send! r HIKE P.OII tnai wiitf ina irvap&
tia. IL U. Viwr, id, 331 Arcii street, FlillvIelptiU, f
The Ipss a man has to say.
greater is Ins reputation for wisdom
Important to Mothers.
Etssalne carefully every bottle of CASTORIA.
a. nafe and sere remedy for icf&sta &ad children,
ad aec Ihsi it
j Bears the
la Vac Tor Over 30 Years.
j The Kind Yoa Hare Altrays Bought.
A floatine debt is a poor thing to
keep a man's head above water.
I Mr. Vfintiow'n yootiilnc Symp.
For cMldrrn teettilntt. Mften tte pinf, rednees tfr
Caoui2tloi.aIUj8pla. cares wlaJcollc 2Dct3tUft
To love more than once is a feat
, easily accomplished by both sexes.
"I)r. ITld Kennedy Favortt Remedy
i ensva xht wife of m. trnib.e (3Ia.m;. Wltli piecun; I
' lnitT"tTiiiiii lv ljin J.wet,Altn;j.N.Y.
The trouble with an idle rumor is
that it is always so industrious.
The Best Results in Starching
can be obtained only by using Defiance
Starch, besides getting 4 ounces more
for same money no cooking required.
Charity begins at home, but refora
begins with our neighbors.
Defiance Starch is put up 18 ounces
in a package, 10 cents. One-tliird mon
starcl for the same money.
Mr. Wra?s Invites contributions ot
any new ideas that readers of this de
partment may wish to present, and
would be pleased to answer correspond
ents deslnrs information on subject
discussed. Addre M. J. Wrass. 300 Good
Block. De Moines. Iowa.l
DAIRY AND STOCK.
The man who is not punctual should
not have the care of the farm animals.
It does not always pay to try to
fatten the old cows. You had better
sell them for what they will bring.
j Watch the young stock running and
kicking up their heels in the yard
these spring days and learn something
from them. Most of us need to get
out and stir around lively after the
long winter imprisonment. The doc
tor will be after us if we do not.
Cows Gften show a marked prefer
ence for one milker over another.
The length cf the finger nails may
make all the difference between one
milker and another. It may also
make all the difference between a
i nervous or kicking cow and a quiet,
sentJe one. A good milker will see
! to it that his finger nails are kept well
pared and short. A cow should be as
ell pleaded to hae her milk drawn
, ns the owner is to hae the profits to
be derhed from it-
Cows that are to calve in the early
spring should have especial care now.
! If the cow is fat. take away all grain
I and watch her carefully. Give a hot
j bran mash and a dose of Epsom salts,
j ginger and molasses a day or two be-
fore she calves, as well as the day
after. Take the chill off all drinking
water and keep her quiet and warm.
This sort of care will, as a rule, ward
off any inclination to milk fever.
If possible, milk the cow jou intend
to buy at least once before making up
our mind No fair-nr.naeu man can
nT,Pr-t Tn our rioinsr thi-: if he does.
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look somewhere el-e for your cow.
It is orth a sood deal to be able to
trll a good cow when we see one.
Many rules have been laid down for
the guidance of the man who sets out
to buy, but after all the best and saf
est guide is the word of an honest
man. the man who wants to sell.
"When a cow milks a fine s-tream
which is very hard in pressing out.
i we hare found that the best way to
overcome t-e difficulty is to put one.
or better still, two calves with her to
1 suck for a couple of months. After
calves are weaned the cow will usu
ally be found to milk a large stream
I and easily.
! Do not think because it is working
1 toward spnn-x that therefore it is all
right to leave the calves and the cows
out in th" raw winds. Nothing takes
i the life out of stock faster than stand-
j ing humped up in a chilling spring
j wind. If theie is a little sleet with
the wind, you can not feed enough hay
I or grain to overcome the dire effect.
Keep a program of work. Have
a note book fastened with a cord or a
siate hunsr on a nail in a convenient
rlnnu fnr rfit. rfnPO liv vniirelf a? Well
;'c vnr h.rorf n ' Ttv lotting douu
.o -. ... ... .
, items of work and the time for doinsr
even if a week in advance. It gives
relief to the mind. It is also more
reliable than the average mind.
i Work that should be ror.o zors un-
! done because it is not brought to
mind at what time it could be done
i Then if you have not plannel well
! for your hired man when ou are
away, ne can reier to your list oi
work and work accordingly.
When fruit trees attain bearing age
give them the use of the entire ground
and do not rob them of the fertility i
and moisture by trying to take other
crops from the land.
Common red clover is one of the
best things to crow in an apple or
pear orchard that is fruitinc. Let it
crow up and before the seed is ripe,
that is, when in bloom, cut it down
and let it lie. Fork some of the heav
iest of it under the trees, but not close
to thir bodies. When it crows up
ocain do the same way. Thfs will en
rich thf crcund and pay in fruit bet
ter than hay.
Poultry in orchards works very
well. The sace in which to run is
ju-t what chickens need and they do
little or no harm to the fruit. Thev
catch many harmful insects, which
they turn to good use. instead of al
lowinc them to injure the trees or
fruit. The food that is civen the
chickens helps to enrich the soil of
the orchard in the shape of manure.
and it is either spread naturally or
close at hand in the poultry hou-es.
Pick up the wormy and specked ap
ples as they fall and give them to the
cows, horses, sheep or anythinc that
will eat them at once. This is one
wav to ficht the insect pests anu at ;
J the same time feed the stock. Apples j
i are sood food for milk cows. In some
cases where the trees are headed very
high, the stock may be turned in the '
orchard and allowed to eat the fruit '
as it tans, l nave tried oom tnese when the other pieplant i just snow
the ' ways with success, and sometimes ing signs of growth, this will be how-
i with damage to the trees, where the ;
j stock browsed them or seemed to pre- I
, fer the apples that had not yet
Take a man a nice crate of choice
Zruit, well selected and of a good
kind, of even size clear to the bottom,
and he will want some more some
day. A great many of us kill our
own trade by putting off on our pa
trons inferior fruit, short in weight
and shorter in quality. It doesn't pay.
A MACHINE SHED
Is sometimes a little costly, but a
coat of paint is not necessarily so,
and often serves the purpose of a shed
very well. A dollar's worth of linseed
oil, and what more is needed to make
a good body paint, will furnish a
whole lot of shed or protection to a
whole lot of machinery, wagons, etc.
It all the nuts were tightened up on
the machinery in Dakota this winter,
all the exposed steel parts thoroughly
greased or otherwise protected from
rust and dampness, and all the ex
posed woodwork well coated with
paint, many thousands of dollars
wovld be saved fcr other and more
Dent roll the potato ground.
We are asked this question by one
who is interested in the improvement
of land in Iowa. We will answer very
emphatically, "Yes." We know of no
tree that will enhance the value of
a farm, or add greater beauty, and at
the same time give it a selling value,
than evergreens, and April is the
month to plant. They are nature's
inspiration to enliven the landscape
during our long winter months. They
are useful in ameliorating the tem
perature, and giving the best saritary
conditions where shade and protec
tion are required. This is one tree,
we believe in planting out abundantly.
There is nothing better for a back
ground in ornamenting our home
grounds, than evercreens. and when
planted as single specimens or group
ed on the lawn border, they add great
ly to the landscape expression. As a
protection to the stock yard, barn ard
feeding lots, there is no tree that
takes the place ot the evergreen. They
should be planted out in double rows
on the north and west of all such
building. and for the quickest ef
fect in this latitude we would sucgest
Scotch pine and Norway spruce:
where beauty and utility are waned,
and the planter is willing to wait a
few j ears, the White pine and White
spruce are the two. best sorts that w
know of to plant. The sxeat secret
of success in the growing of ever
green groves is. first, to get cood
transplanted stock not over IS to 24
inches, then give it the best of culti
vation, keeping the trees protect!
from all kinds of stock, and in four
years from rlantinc you will have a
protection from wind and weather
equal to any deciduous grove ever
crown. We cannot xirzo too stronely
upon our firmers planting out more
of these srroves.
As to their valu we krow of ?wo i
f ishty-a.ere farms with the sani im-
I rovemenf! oi:
that one had ;
srreMi- ;n a
abo'it feed lets
. with the exception '
l planting of 500 ever
Extuo for j rotectioa
and ,-o"-e. This pi-e
of lind sold for $-ini more than ih"
other, and all because of the ever
greens growimr thereon.
All progressive farmer- plant tVr
gardens fo they can be cultivated with
horse and cultivator. The man who.
from his broad acre- of land. encloce
with i ickets a scant half acre cnrt'pn
patch, and then expects his wife to j
toil and moil and d's: and delve with l
spade nd hoe and finders in oner to
supply the table with veepable and
berries is certainly not up-to date. Of
course you. dear reader, do not do
things that way. but perhaps you can
call to mind seme one who does. The
farm carden should be placed in a
feld convenient to the house. Kad-
ishe-. peas, cibbaue. beans.
rt,-,.l,;M-lT.,TI Ua loTi?fi? ii rrrc
T X. 1 llilli-s 11 '14. "J lt J'i !.- 1 J
wMe enouuh apart for
a 1 ore to wilk
between them. The one-horce Planet
Junior twthe-tcoth cultivator i ' no
I He best implement- for garden v.
When it i prcperly u"d bit Iit'Ie
hand weeding or hoeing is nece-arv.
Of course different cultural method j
have to be employed in the suburban
garden where the crouncs are lumtcu
Do rot allow smoking in the birn.
Kindness to animals is conducive to
thrift and profit.
Whipping the fr'chtened horse is
not good horsemanship.
Good common sense is a necessary
article on the stock farm.
Hav creen in color and sweet in
taste is the only quality that is fitted i
for a cow. in milk, to eat. (
Keep an old pan in the horse stable
v. itn a little salt ami aMies mi.ei in
j it. and give the horses each a ti-'
! spoonful once or twice a week. T'.iis '
will prevent colic and is almost a spe- ,
t cific for worms. J
I Kofp out of lit'cation. Out ir Iowa '
' a ca!f got into the courts and hancinc j
, to its tail the lawyers drew them- i
s.lvts into bu-ire;s amounting to $:'. - '
I 5. The calf i now valued at one ;
one-hundredth part of that amount.
, Pretty costly "lawinc."' I
A cood farmer tells me he is so
' leas' ' with th" re.-ults of scaed
' e rn. that he will coi tinue us"nc t.
He bought it snc:;eii. i-eu :n tror.ci.-.
n.ixd with oats, the pic did no: t.re i
of it. and they would leave the d-y
corn any time to eit the soaked. A '
pig's power of mastication is wanting, i
compared with larcer swine. A
pig grinds corn with difficulty.
To set sood pie plant dig a trench
two feet wide and two and a half feet j
deep and fill with well-rotted manure, j
Set out the rcots in this trench m
the spring and tend well through the
summer. For a winter's mulch cover
with manure to a depth of eisht or
ton inches, but not so closely as to
smother the plant. In
the spring j
ine above the mulch. Pull out the
?tem and you will have a stalk of
the finest pie-pl2nt from eight inches
to a foot in length.
PROVIDE FOR HOG PASTURE.
Every farmer that raises hogs and
keeps them penned up all the time is
laboring under great difficulties in his
attempts to make money cut of hogs.
The man that buys erain to feed his
swine from the time the pigs are born
till the mature hoes are marketed will
find his margin of profit small. It Is
only by changing some of the very
cheap feeds into pork that a profit can
be figured out. at least under present
prices. Elue grass and clover pas
tures should be planned for wherever
possible. When such are net avail
able rape and alfalfa may be resorted
to. The Kansas station has tried both
and found them very profitable. With
a pasture of rape they realized $11.90
per acre In about 100 days. With al
falfa they did still better, averaging
124.10 per acre from it in 100 days.
But the alfalfa pasture is not always
a possibility, while the rape pasture is.
Never prune grapevines during the
months of March, April or May, as
the bleeding will occasion a wasteful
nd n injurious expenditure of sa
PAY TO PLANT
GET RID OF LICE.
When a flock of poultry is found af
flicted with lice, the first step to set
rid of them is to clean up the house
and furnish the fowls with a dust
In cleaning up the house remove
every bit of furniture, including the
perches. Burn all nest material and
give the next boxes and perches a
good dose of kerosene, so that every
crevice is soaked. A gallon will go a
long way if put where wanted.
When the furniture has been well
oiled and the walls given a good coat
of hot whitewash, irto which a pin:
of crude carLolic acid has been put.
the furniture may be returned.
Tut a good lot of road dust or sift
ed soil en 'he floor and in one corner
or the hcuse or in a shed where ir
will not e wet put a box with sove
ot the dust in to be used as a dust
This done ano;nt the heads of the
fowls with melted lard and dust the-r
bodies with insect powder or Scotch
sruff. or buy -ome of the advertized
lice killers what are especially pre
pared for the purpose of keeping
lowis free from lice and follow direc
tions for uslnsr.
The fowls will do their part in l:epp
ing free from lice if given an oppor
tuni'y. but they must have the wear
ens furnished them insect-preo
jerries and a good dust bath always
To keep the perches and nest 'boxes
troo from Mce co over them orxe a
week or so with kerosene and sprtn
He jowi'ered sulphur or Scotch snuff
in the nest malarial. It is much cas
:tr to keep lice trom cettinir a foot
hold in a tied: thru 'o get rid of thcr
v-hen once establisl ed: but that car
i be f'c.e Ms t be core if rrii'Tj
j to icy ;r ro man car affr-d to ft:
I o n l:c at tre present prip rf -- n
and that i what everv one doe- ika
ieds a lice-aCIicted fiock.
Don": bezin the srrin? t!el:l wo-!
t'll yen are sure oir v-nhouse :s
o'etn and the fowls arrcd to lich
Rural farm ham's are scare" aTd
are the schn' lma'Ts. It hii- in
xure to ire th"t one icp--i fur thi
i- that the oung farmer- imfc.na!
r i the c-ch--olr,a'?,ps a:.l haie rinc
o isrrr'.rz for themsrht-. ih '- leav
inu a c arth in the schrck- and on ;':(
tarn:- whore 1 ired kelp i usu-.II
Uert. Thi 's ccrtairly a happy solti
t:on of the whole irattr.
It c-e?r- to be eone?"ei tat v. Ni
lard ; plcwel with a dras plow fo:
n rrriod ot year. unle s ' be vtr
::ht land ir-'ed. a crust is apt u
' llO ffi '? t ?! ;? r -11 nr.
. -"---' ' "-i- v. v i v. . i . -
rcn. and then ih ub o 1 u(ez bre?i
::ic up bv d'-eprr plowing or si'o1?!!
inc. Now the u-e cf e di'-c 'or
?.vf it all this trouh'e. c'vu-e it V
not :ac' the scil it Th- tcttom of the
fuTow. b:t bvcs it c f i m r.rr.;"
tcr.C' r"oes nc: inter: ie v.ih cai il
h'T rcticn. I haw u e' ? c':c -'! k.
1 h v: tc r a numt er of ; ? - 'rr a ar
cf mj plowing, and IIe it verv xuch
Of bte i leversiLIe sulk ":-c - iw
cl jtiikpe invLnt.cn i.- CTiIn; iutf
use. which leaves Iftt'e to be c:-e
in thi cla-s cf imrKmer.-. I thinl
that wherever land is ada: ted to ih
u-o ri a sulky disc i low t tight u
bp used. It turns and ;,u!ver;z s th
;o 1 in a manner to plea- the n:os:
critical, even covc-m
mar 'ire. weed'
and tra-h. The draf
:s e v anc tne
driver is not as tired r
when it conges n'cht b
a whn he trudges L.
J Plmv ail (!a'-"
The American larger. '."l
.ArT-rr'caH r' rclnri. hrs frr.
that it i- a ve-y wi-e plan :r "
l 1 low what he ha to ? II t '
prvi-r'i it.z. "ot al ha' '. it m
j"-t hiw to :dver'I-e to t" e bot d
ia"a'-p. ?( r. ( of fh bc-t 2t' rr"-.:
su?c-f-il men in the rrxngo c: v ac
qu.iintanee rre farn.e's wh. p vr..-e
THE COUNTRY SCHOOL GAF.CEN
free fry of Agr'c" "
I !-!". th s for ti.e co '
rr.r(fn: "riowers s'to'.I I
O V-' r
I" -' t
-''ooihoti t gr"i"'.
arrcrr the best c'u'er-
dtvpjop nste and a love 't 'he ea"
ti'u ?nd n:"i:e mn -en';',- i (
s;-pc:'ve and H-iv. n '.wn o
co'jitv. ir. fifld cr fDrest.
"Ttq younsr larT ntrn 'r.c u
district "' ool cculd rr.' 'lv I e ti-r:
what a j. art -rts irem Tie -ol
wht :t se-s frcm the ?ir Th "-
races co'tli Lp p!arci .r
office sn filling ;ve so;! i-
huirtis eraM'nsr tie co n rra."
ir.oi-fv.re cou'd 1 expl2:noT:
"Th'1 leeuir.es ,:ra-. 'x-mc. c1 J-
and alfalfa could be rn in :-
cch"olhci?e yard, ar1 f"':r'g ve r"
cess or at th ron hr- ihe osr'"
could inrerest tho stud'-n:- by .u
gir up a jcurg pei or c'ovor -or
and showing the nodu!ec. nto o"i-
if is tn brine te 'ft ritr'"en frcn
the atmosphere and fix it in the soil.
For killine small weeds in the car
den. and for breakine up the cm-t
of the ground when bked after heire
wet by rain or irrig?tion. and for keep
ing the surface of the soil in a loose
pulverized condition so beneficial tc
grcwirg plants, there is no tool that
can rival the common iron-toothed
hand rake. The rake can be substi
tuted for the hce to the benefit cf the
plants quite often.
APPLE AS A FOOD PRODUCT.
Nc fruit known to the cultivator in
the north temperate zone can tak
the place of the apple as a food pror?
uct. Many other fru'ts, indeed mes
cultivated fruits, rank as luxuries
but the apple in mos? parts of thr
United States is ore of the leadi"
staple products of the farm, sav
Farmers' Bulletin No. 113, t'ni'e
States Department of Agriculture."
This is the time to spray against
leaf curl in the peach. Bordeaux mix
ture is the stuff. But if you are usin
lime, sulphur and salt against Sar
Jose louse will be all-sufficient
Dog's Kisses' Caused Tumor.
The danger of kissing dogs is illus
trated by the experience of a young
lady which is told in the London
Lancet. She had been in the habit of
fondling and kissing a pet dog. and
when she developed a tumorous
srowth it was ' discovered that her
trouble was due to' the presence of a
number of worms "which
to the us -
( transferred from the dog
' sues of her cheek.
S jr-iaranteed interest semi-annually
nn all invotuieiits. in tropical plantation
half as larre a Kiiode Island. 40 profitable
products. Active managers wanted. K.
Moore.-ill Odd Fellow "Bldg.,St.Louis,Mo.
Criminals Help Each Other.
New York's criminals have a bene
volent society, which lends small
sums on the security of housebreak
ing implements and bank note for-j
gers presses. A list of unredeemed j
pledges is printed every six months. I
and circulated among the criminal j
classes. Men who have just "done
time are furnished with new imple
ments, which ihey pay for on the hire
A Heavy Fine.
Under the Elkins law, any railroad
company which pays rebates in any
form, or any shipper who accepts
them, is liable to a fine of from $1,000
to 120.000. upon conviction. It also
prohibits the carrying of freight at
less than the published tariffs. The
Interstate Commerce Commission is
empowered to detect and prosecute
violators of this statute. President
Knapp of the Commission states that
since this law was passed, rebate pay
ing has been as rare as forgery.
Beware ot the man who speaks of
the shortcoming? ot his neighbor
with teartul eyes.
Body a Mass of Sores Treated by
Three Doctors but Grew Worse
Cured by Cuticura for 75c.
"My little daughter was a mass of
sores all over her body. Her face
was eaten away, and her ears looked
as if they would drop off. I called in
three doctors, but she grew worse.
Neighbors advicd Cuticura. and be
fore I had used half of the cake of I
soap and box of ointment the sores
had all healed, and my little one's
skin was as clear as a new-born
babe's. I would not be without Cuti
cura acain if it cost five dollars, in
stead of seventy-five cents, which is
all it cost us to cure our baby. Mrs.
G. J. Steese, 7ul Coburn St., Akron,
when he ii
strikes a man
There Imi-eats-rh!n thN ectl mnf theccin'ry
th-Iirt,lo.fcerdl-ej-e pi.i t"CetlT amluntU il'e a-t
e e il us .tipp.i-el t le IncuraJ'ie rurnreat
many ai lct. r fr nuui.Lt it It n 1 -oal il-ea-e hii-1
I nc- bed 1 H.al rv'iiedli. and hy coii.tinily ' 'n
toi-ire jrltti 1 ti tretiment.jintiKimcedtt tnctirn! e.
Sclem e hi p-"euC"inrrh ti lieHf.iii-iltutl.inal ai
ei-eaad there! re reiulrecunitttitnral treat" ent.
II ill'- Ctlirrn Cure, n.-.nufactured by K .1 Cheney
&t u..Tlcdu. 'V . !- the :ti) mn-iltutl.iasl care on
the market. It I- taken internally n d.e frui in
dr p-ma lei-r-'afui. It actdlrectlvm the tliK-d '
an.l inucon- t arfaeof the "j-te:n. They nffer ne
hundred d dlar-1 f r any e.i-e tt falNtocure. Send
fi.rclrfu!ar ind ie-tlm.n'a!-.
Addre . K. J. CIIK.NEV & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
SN-ld bv limirl.t-.TV-.
lke Hair- Family I'lll f or con-tlpatlon.
An optimist is a man who is mar
ried and glad of it.
Try One Package.
If "Defiance Starch" does not please
you, return it to your dealer. If it doe.
you get one-third more for the sani
money. It will give yuu satisfaction,
and will not stick to the iron.
We can forget
not lose much.
half we hear and
When You Buy Starch
buy Defianc- and get the best: 15
ounces foi lo et-iits. Once used, always
If all men were wise the gold brick
industry would ecae to nourish.
will have DIiance Starch, not alon
because th-y gt one-thinl more for the
same money, but also because of supe
Values of commodities depend
I """luei uu -.vitiiL iu uu ur sen.
ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY
Caned by Uterine Disorders and Ctred by ,
uyaia t. rinKnam svegeufiie Command
A great many women suffer with a
form of indige-tioa or dysppia which
does not seem to yield to ordinary treat
ment. While the svmptoms seem to be
, similar to tho; of ordinary indices
! tion. vet the medicines nntrer-nlli- nr.
fcribed do not seem to restore the pa
tient's normal condition.
Mrs. Pink-ham claims that there is a
kind of ayspepia that is caused bv a
derang-ement of the female organism,
and which, while it causes a disturb
ance similar to ordinarv indipes-tion
cannot be relieved without a medicine
which not only acts as a stomach tonic,
but has peculiar uterine-tonic effects
As proof of this theorv we call at
tention to the case of Mrs. Majrie
Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y.. who ivas
completely cured bv Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound after everything-else
had failed. Shewrir.. "
"For tWO Vfir T mffoK -,-U .1
Il Mrs. M. mTght
which so degenerated my entire svstem that I ! Durinc t
was unable to attend to mv daily duties I . will ls t s
relt weak and nervous, and'nothine that I ate wa" lo thf
SSiTa?d- 2elHurlancein mv I Hnndr-d-stomach.
I tried different dyspepsia cures. ' Wheat ar
but nothing ird to help meV waslid-' to tb
fW8?"6 V ' Pilham's Vegetable , Adjoin!'
Sfl2??w V.1 .aH? Was PP prised way and -to
fin-i thatit acted like a fine tonic, and in a I For inv -
"Wand Properly digest taUei
tLT.i.,VCOTe.r3r was "P"1- and in ,
""r5 rV-. . a eu wonian. I have rec
ommended it to many suffering women."
o other medicine in the world has
received such widewread and unquaii
hed endorsement hassuch a record of
iU1? ? Lfemale troubles, as has Lydia
. i'xnkhain's Veee table Comrjonnd
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
klZtSSJli l",ie2jtltt anytttfr dfe. One 10c oackate eclors silk. ool 2nd cotton equally ell and is Guaranteed to oe Derfect .results,
HKiergf ill sead et BaKatHcapachne. WHa tor free boclet-H Is- Die. Bleach and Mia Colors. MOXKttKltKLuvo.. vtmu. JlnwsH
m x fu ilp -
sew jcMor, er direct Xreei (scterj, reesta, I1L
Here J2re Tho Facts
Ihtsylxxlics who see in success only falsity, who, without mating an effort to
intorni themselves, blatautlv crv offense against honesty and truth seem to forget
i that a slur aaii- Dr. Pierce's well-known
j aj.ajst tjie intelligence of thousands
1 i-now they have been helped ami cured
j is not a r patent medicine" in the true
favorite remedy which Dr. Tierce used in
of the diseases of women.
Truth and Influence.
bursts. Dr. R. V. Kerce has always been known to
6peak the truth his famous medicines are founded on the rock of public approval
and have thousands of truthful testimonials as to their ability to cure diseases
for which they are recommended.
make public bis formula.
they are taking when they use this reliable tonic and nervine for the disease
and illnesses peculiarly feminine. These ingredients are combined in jnst
the right proportion to make an edicient remedy without the use of a particla
scientifically prewired by experienced chemists at the laboratory of the World'
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. :
LADY'S SUPPF.R (CvpripeJium ntbescens. JJf
BLACK COHOSH (Cimidugix A.Yfww).
UNICORN ROOT (CAawa-tirium I.uletim).
BLUF. COHOSH Cauhphllnm Ti:al:ciivucs).
GOLDF.N SEAL (HvJmstts CaaaJentxtS.
Facts Are Stubborn Things
Uniform excellent quality for OVCr a Quarter Of a
Century has steadily increased the sales of IJOX COFFEE,
The leader of all package coffees.
is now used in millions of homes. Such
popular success speaks for itself. It is a
positive proof that LI0X COFFEE has tho
Confidence of fhe people.
The uniform quality of LION
COFFEE survhes all opposit ion.
LION COFFEE keep It.s old friends
snakes new ones every day.
than Its Sircnolh. Flavor and Qual
ity to commend it. On arrival from
the plantation, it is carclitily roast
ed at our factories and securely
packed in 1 lb. sealed packages,
and not opened again until needed
lor use In the home. This precludes
the possibility oi adulteration or contact will germs, dirt,
dust, insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity ol
LION COFFEE is therefore cuaranfeed to the consumer.
Sold oiilv in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on overv package.
S ive these I uou-hruds for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
1 ESl-T -yT
' IS?! 5J
Put your lin
ger on our
trade mark. Tell your
dealer you want the best
starch your money can buy.
Insist on having the best.
It is 16 ounces for to cents.
No premiums, but one
pound of the very best
starch made. We put all
our money in the starch.
It needs no cooking.
It is absolutely pure.
It gives satisfaction or
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.
Free Grant Lands
nths of March aad Apr thre
o- oa the various line- of rail-
' housand-i of acre's of the b'-s
.-azinjr Lands on tne Continent
lads may be purchad from rail-'
i oinpanies at reasonable price-.
in as to rout. cot of transpor-
f,.v to Suprmtndnt of Immi-
. CanaIa or to authorized Can
adian Of--. - at Airent W V Unnett, MI
New York uf; iiuuainrf, Omasc. tbra-sKa.
$100 Weekly Easily Made
wrltlas heaith and iwcldeat tasarace.ex?r!;nce an
aece.arr.WriteBiskert'AceidentCo..SHo:ne.Ia. When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
' ifiA5i. iy
Judge For Yourself.
non-alcoholic fcmilv remedies is a sluf
of Clear-thinking American women who
by Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It
meaning of the word it is simply the
au extended practice for the treatment
for honesty and square dealing is better '
riches. Fraud is a bubble that sooa
No man ever lost a prospective customer through
telling the truth. In the long run Dr. Pierce believe -the
truth will prevail and be is therefore not afraid to
The ingredients of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Trescriptioa
is here given to the public. lie vindicates the excel
lence and harmless character of his w Prescription
by letting the sick and ailing women know just what
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Trescription combines a non
alcoholic extract from the following medicinal plants
.. j tv i r. m-m
i mr t . .
ANOOLFON SPICE CO . Toledo. Ohio.
l'rom Inlrr to ltrr.
Cut out k-iiI I'roilt.
SAVE A CLIEArV $IOO
' " t th'rk of tiuvtntt a pi mo wltli-
t. ' -tiu in tht- f.itnous "iliuller" tianoi
and -0 other makes.
SOUTHERN CONDITIONS Ml
In no part of the l"mt-lStatrs ha thwre bn
such wonderful Commercial, tntlusirial and
Agricultural development as aloti the Mnes of
the Illinois Central and :h" Yaoo A .MissjSspp
Vaiiev KailroaiS m the Istats, of T'-nii'sv c ,
Mississippi and Louisiana, within th-p.ist ten
years. Cities and towns have doub.ed their
population Splendid business blocks havt
been erected Farai lands have mnr than
doubled in lalue II mdntls of industr es havj
b- n estjblish-sl and as a result tl.tre is aa
unpreiederuei. deUiand for
Day Laborers, Skilled Workmen, and
Especially Farm Tenants.
Parties wtli small capital, seeking an oppor
ttiKi'; to pim h.i' .1 f-irrii home: farmers h
would prefer i r-nt fora coupleof yars lK-fn;s
p rchasin' arid day laborers in Held, ,r fac
tories should i.i lr ss a iKst:l canl to Mr J F.
Mrrv Ass.st at (,i-r. tl I'.isnr A-''nt.
Iu'nujue I i xK- v .jrrn . . mall or.nt-l
mat', r t te r& .' "e ; rr tory move de
scribed, anu.ivc -peci- rtpaa to all in4airie.
brtnd on harness,
hor-e blanket-"). lap
j Harpham Bros. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Drop as a Card and will mail cu a souv?nir.
BLY Y0L2 OJ-CVT AND BABY Ctmur.ES
0R21 Bf?d &
1512 IV wa-'l
For -li jar- hamsI- a pclal:
tn J'lM la Ornh.V H! Horn
Treatment hit Jrm n-Ml?
rami thotioandt Rt -rali cm!,
.T ttm and njos7 ? d-wrlt-icr
you- " and wrtt for Frr
(wokandtt-rmof tr-aniat M-d-clne
nni in plain pt.zaif- Sot
. OtSce 215 South Utn Strt--t,
PIT & PfTLESS SCALES. For-'ttI
and Wood Frames J25 and up Write
us t-for- vou buv Wr save ou
raonc Alo Pump- and "VVnd
BECKUail 3R3S.. Oca Ksmci. !:-.
W. N. U. Omaha.
No. 17 :9Q5.
' ","Ji "' "JV: T' Pt f west
JrCi'ZZXZ.J. for atj if.i.-
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