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A Ohio Farmer Explalaa How II
Draw Water and airings It
lata the Ilonar.
With a Tiew to having good water
and plenty of it, the past summer, 1
built two cistern of about IM barrels
capacity each one for general house
use, the other for dnukiiig alone. The
accompanying' cut will explain itself.
We huve used this plan for about
eight weeks and it has proved very
satisfactory. We use a good suction
pump, so constructed that you can (by
uing a set screw) turn the handle any
DRAWING WATER FROM CISTERNS.
way you want. By means of a turn
cock in the nozzle of the pump you
a. j: Mk. (tti
,can stop the dripping immediately,
when you stop pumping, which is very
fessential where you have a, pump in tin
kitchen, us it saves the use of a jar or
When you want to draw water from
Ine cistern, all you have to do is to open
be brass globe valve that is on line of
lipe leading to that cistern and close
he other one, and vice versa. We used
l'i-ineh galvanized iron pipe. By this
lrs"fc,m you can locate your cisterns
luywhere you wish, then bring the
pipes underground, as shown in cut (so
Is to be out of reach of frost ) to a point
nrler the kitchen floor, then up. and
lonnect to pump. 0. G. Cross, in Ohio
GOOD ROADS PROBLEM.
May Find Ita Solution In a Manner
Surprising and Certainly Un
I The good roads problem, a subject of
terest to almost every man, woman
hd child in the whole country, seems
i be about to And a solution in a man-
fcr that is certainly surprising and un-
oked for. And, as is usually the case
fth such discoveries, it was accidental,
has been found that if a road be grnd-
up and put in good shape to shed
Ster and then have a liberal applica
nt of oil made to it, that it will soon
Ick solid and remain so, not becoming
Iher muddy in wet weather or dusty
dry. As the kind of oil that is used,
le petroleum, costs only four dol-
Iper barrel, it is estimated that a
of road 25 feet in width can be
-Wed for less than $300. Compared
macadamizing or any other well-
Iwn method heretofore in vogue,
cost is a mere bagatelle, and if
oil makes and keeps the road as
I as is claimed, and lasts as long as
said to do, this will certainly prove
most inexpensive way to improve
ut this is not all. Kveryone knows
t a good, dry, dustless road of earth
p.r the best in every respect to drive
It is pleasant for the driver, better
Itlie vehicle and infinitely better for
Iteam. As the oil treatment has not
extensively tried, it is not defi-
y known whether it will do well
kinds of dirt roads, but it costs
tttle to test the matter that the
I supervisors in every county ought
nake an experiment on different
pa of earths to find out the facts.
I is true that is claimed, this is the
ktest discovery ever made in road-
ling, and makes good roads possi-
fcrerywhere. The application of the
i merely a vigorous sprinkling, and
I therefore easy to make a trial.
lelund Cycling Gazette.
Mean Farmer Explalaa How On
pad la Hla State Waa Perma
of the disadvantages under
our farmers are laboring is poor
This being a sandy country,
ib scarcely a time during any
lot the year that our roads are
Something like five years ago,
25 farmers came together and
bl to haul marl one day free' if
"wnship would allow them to take
pari from its bed. The township
"tiling, and about 20 men volun-
f to shovel and level the marl, and
e first half mile was laid. That
proved such a success that the
lyear another half mile was put
This marl packed down so hard
pade such excellent bed for gravel
she farmers donated $225 and la-
K about one-quarter mile of grav
ing being put on in what was al
ls wet place it was spread about
I inches thick. Next year $250 was
ted and about one-half mile was
own, spreading this only about
Inches. This year only $100 was
pert, but a quarter-mile strip was
""n, finishing the mile started
para before. Besides this about
I mile of marl was put down ready
fsvel next fall.
method of making a road is a
for if the marl is once packed
I and if gravel is then added the
Bns roadbed is as hard as
atn. Next Tear thn townshin
to raise $600 for gravel if the
' wttl nledce their labor toward
' It down, and now about a Tear
l't i needed three-fourths of the
V promised. This shows what
can do if their town is too
1 make good roada. This is the!
operation that pays. Michi
. ia Orange J ndd Farmer.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Lmon la the Inti-rnatlnnal Serlea for
March MBa l!it( Quarterly
Prepared by II C. I.enington.J
GCVLDKN TKXT The Son of man came
not to be ministered unto, but to minister.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
The Historical Events. Following
is a brief chronology for the perioil up
to and Including lust Sunday's lesson:
B. C. 5, March Annunciation to Mary at I
Narareth.-l.uke 1 :?6-:&
B. C. S. June John the Raptlat born la
Judea Luke l:57-RO.
R. C. 5, December Jesus born In Iletrile-
hem Matt. 1:1S-2B: Luke 2:1-7....
Shepherds hear the son of the
anftels -I.uUe ::S-M.
4. January Visit of the wise men
to the child Jesus. Halt
4. February Flight of Mary and
Joseph Into Egypt with the child
Jesus Matt 2:13-23.
B. C. 2-A. D. 26-Jesus' childhood arc
youth at Nazareth. Matt. 2:23:
A. D. 8, April Jesus' first pas?over at
Jerusalem, whcit 12 years old
Luke 2 41-80.
A. D. IS, Summer John the Baptist begins
hla ministry (six months before
and three months parallel with
Jesus' ministry.) Matt. til-Li;
Mark 1 :1-S; Luke, 3:1-18.
a D. 27. January Jesus baptised in niver
Jordan -Matt. 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11;
A. D. 27. January ar.d February Jcfus
tempted in the wilderness of Judca.
-Matt. 4:1-11; Mark, 1:12, 13; Lukt
ITT. February Jesus gains Bis first
disciples, at Btthabsrs. John
1:1,1:51 Jesus performs His tlrst
miracle turning water Into wine
at Cana. Galilee. John 2:1-12.
27. April 11-17 Beginning of Jews'
Judeart ministry. Jesus drives out
the mom-y-chai.gerx from the tem
ple at Jerusalem John 8:1318..,.
Conversation of Jesus and Nico
demus. John 3:1-11.
A. D. 27. Summer and Autumn Jesus
preaches In Judca. John 3:22-36.
A. D. 27, December Jssus departs for Gall
lee. John 4:1-3 Jesus gains con
verts In Samaria at Jacob's well
near Sychar John 4:4-12 Heals
a nobleman's son at t'apernaum.
A. D. 28, March 30 to April 5 Jesus attend
the passovor at Jerusalem John
6:1... .Heals an Impotent man at
the pool of Ucthesda. John 5:2-47
....John tho napttet Imprisoned at
Macherus Matt. 14:3-5; Mark 6-17.
18; Luke 3:19. 20....Cloae of Jeaua'
St, April Jesus ret urns toGalllee. Be
ginning of great Galilean ministry.
Malt. 4:12; Mark 1:14. 15; Luke 4:14
15 Jesus rejected at Nazareth -Luke
4:11-30.... Takes up Hla abode
at Capernaum. Matt 4:13-17: Luke
4:31. ...Calls four disciples to be
fishers of men. Matt. 4:18-43; Mark
1:16-30: Luke 5:1-11.... Jeaua busy
Sabbath In Capernaum, preaching
and healing. -Matt. 8:14-17; Mark
1:21-34; Luke 4:11-41.
A. D. 28, May Jesua makes His first cir
cuit of Galilee. Matt. 4:23, 24.
Mark 1:15-39; Luke 4:42-44. ...Heals
a leper In Galilee. -Ma' l 8:1-4;
Mark 1:40-45; Luke 5:13-11
A. D. 28, May and June Jeaua heals a
paralytic at Capernaum. Matt.
9:2-8: Mark 2:1-12; Luke 6:17-26....
Calls Matthew the publican to be
a disciple, at Capernaum-. Matt.
8:9; Mark 2:13. 14; Luke 5:27, 28....
Lays down the law of the Sabbath.
Matt. 12:1-8; Mark 2:23-28: Luke
8:1-5 Heals the man with a
withered hand on the Sabbath, at
Capernaum. Matt 12:9-14; Mark
8:1-6; Luke 6:6-11.
D. 18, Midsummer Calls the twelve to
be apostles, on the Horns of Hattln.
The Teachings of Jesus. The more
important teachings of Jesus niny be
recalled in the order of the lessons of
the past quarter:
Lesson I. The birth of Christ Luke 2:4-
14. The divine origin of Jeeus is necessary
to His aftorwork and teaching, und so a
necessary Introduction to a study of His
life. Recall the angel aong of peace and
Lesson II. The, child Jesus Luke 2:41-
48. Thla Is meant to Include the period of
preparation. Jes-us at His mother's feet,
Jesus learning of wise men In the temple
at Jerusalem, Jesus at work In His father's
corpenter shop, and at the same time drink
ing In the history and traditions of the
Jews, as well as tho teachings of the old-
time prophets these are the Inspiring pic
tures brought to the mind's eye.
Lesson III. Preaching of John the Bap
tist Luko 3:7-17. The life of John la an
Important sidelight on the life of Jeaua.
The contrasts are worthy of study: John
the voice, calling to repentance, pointing
to the Christ; Jesus the Word, preaching
salvation, Hlmaelf the Light, the Life of
Ljaaon IV. Baptism and Temptation of
JeMt Matt. 4:1-11. Jesus hallows the or
dinance of baptism. In symbol foretelling
bis death, burial and resurrection. Jesua
la "In all points tempted like as we are, yet
without sin." Hebrews 4:16.
Lesson V. The first disciples of Jesus-
John 1:35-42. Two simple clauses may be
taken to bring out the essential teachings
ef thla lesson, (1) "They followed ieaus,
Illustrating the beauty and value of dla-
clpleship. (2) "Come and see. Jesus own
way of emphasizing one of the laws of
Increase In the Kingdom of God.
Lesson VI. Jesus and Nlcodermis John
1:1-12. Jesus teaches the necessity of the
new birth ("born of the Spirit"), and points
out the way to life In John 8:16.
Lesson VII. Jesus at Jacob'a well John
4:5-14. Jesus revests Himself as the source
of the water of life, teaches the secret of
true worship "in spirit and In truth." and
announces Hlmaelf as the Messiah.
Lesson VIII. Jesus rejected at Nasa
reth Luke 4:16-24. Jesus teaches that In
Himself Old Testament prophesy Is ful
filled. He has been sent to preach the
Gospel to the pdor, to heal the broken
hearted, to preach deliverance to captive,
recovering of alght to the blind, and to set
at liberty them that are bruised.
Lesson IX Jesus' healing In Capernaum
-Mark 1:21, 22, 29-34. Being the record of
a busy Sabbath, which shows Hit mission
to earth is one of love and mercy.
Lesson X. The paralytic healed Mark
2:3-12. Jesus alone at prayer Is one of the
significant scenes of the New Testament
record of Jesus' life. Jesus shows thst He
has the authority and the power to forgive
Lesson XI. Jesus at Matthew's house.
Mark 2:18-22. Probably the most Impor
tant teaching In thla passage Is the saying
of Jesua: "They that are whole have no
need or tne physician, nut tney mat are
sick; I came not to csll the righteous, but
sinners to repentance."
God is content to wait because Be
reigneth; man must be content to
wait because he believeth. Alfred Ed
ersheim. Come, take that task of yours which
you have been hesitating before and
shirking, and walking around, and on
this very day lift it up and do it.
The burden of suffering seems a
tombstone hung about our necks,
while in reality it is only the weight
which is necessary to keep down the
direr while he ia hunting for pearls.
Wc look in amazement at the burdens
some women carry upon their heads.
Yet how light they are compared with
the burdens some women carry upon
their hearts. There are childless womn
whose hearts ache ceaselessly because of
the childless home. That burden of
chile llcs-.ness has been lifted from the
heart of many a woman by the use of
Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. Many
of the obstacles to maternity arc remov
able. Such obstacles are entirely re
move 1 by "Favorite Prescription." It
contains no alcohol nor narcotic.
Harried Six Years and Childless.
"1 have never writtrn you how grateful I am
to you fur yout help in securing good health ami
one of the sweetest, dearest, thirteen pound
Sirl that ever came into a home wi ite airs. M.
vastine, of 64) South I.ihertv Street, Caleshurg,
111. "I took six lioltles of fir. Pierce's Favorite
ITescription, fool of the 'Oolden MetHcal Dis
cover ' snd lour vials of l)r Pierce's Pleasant
Pellet Iirlore I hnil taken four bottles of the
Favorite Prescription' 1 was a new woman, I
canuol nuke tx-n drcrilK- my heartlelt xrati
tude, so will close bv Hiving if "anv one disputes
the- value of lr Pierce's medicines I will be
pleased t.i confirm the truth of all I say it they
will enclose stamped envelops lor reply."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Fellets are a
ladies' laxative. No medicine equals
them lor gentleness and thoroughness.
Coming; to the Front,
Jlsgle 1 knew that fellow Storms,
the comedian, would come to the
WlsWer And he has, has he?
"Yes. You remember he used to
play the part of the hind legs of the
elephant In the pantomine?"
"Well, now he's playing the front
In No Danger.
"Some lof those old blue laws are
very funny," he said. "For instance,
it has been discovered that kissing
Is still against the law in Connecti
cut." "But we are not in Connecticut,"
Ills call that evening was some
what longer than usual. Chicago
It la not always safe to judge a man
According to the company he keeps.
And place him underneath the social ban,
Classed with the hoi pollol or common
He ma not have a chance to pick his
That happens very frequently, as when
As warden he consorts with the low-browsst
And many-striped Inmates of the pen.
HHKHK UPIMONS DIFFER.
"I want to tell you something, dearl
Your former governess, Fraulein
Uretc, is going to be married soon!"
"Well, I'm thankful, pa, that that
stupid thing is going to leave ihe
house. But what numbskull is going
to marry her?"
"I am, my dearl" Der FJoh.
Her Conp da Grace.
I vowed she was divinely fair,
I swore undying love;
The glint of gold was In her hair,
Her eyes like stars above.
And aa upon my bended knees.
By sweet love's ardor fired,
I prayed for mercy and heart's ease.
She said: "You make me tired!"
N. T. Herald.
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The Rraaoa Why. ,
Freddie, aged live, developed suddenly
I s preference fur saying hfs prayers to
i his father. Hi.- mother commissioned
her husband to try to find out the rea
I son. At bedtime, alone in the nursery
I with the youngster, his father said to
him I ''Freddie, why is it that you
wont to say your prayers to me every
I "Oh, that's easy," said Freddie. "It's
I 'cause me und vuu aud Uod are men."
! N. V. World.
A IJomratlc Krvelnlloa.
"Johnny," said a teacher to a south
Bide grocery man's sigyear-old, "a lie
can be acted us well ns told. Now, i
your father would put sand in his sugar
and sell it he would be acting a lie und
doing very wrong."
"That's what mother told him." said
Johnny, impetuously, "and he said be
didn't CarS.n Columbus Journal.
Mrs. Squills-Quick I Quick! YVske
up.' I believe there arc burglar down
nairs. Qo down and see.
Mr. Squills (sleepily) Nonstnsel
Nothirag but a cat.
Mrs. 8. Bark I There I I know
there are burglars downstairs.
Mr. S. (nenously ) Well er if von
know hej are there it's no use going
down to find out. N. Y. Weekly.
Mrs. Bcrnmpy Does your daughter
play by ear, Mrs. F.?
Mrs. Frumpy Lor, no, my dear. She
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til :il., iul '. s aim the Doll y Ilusiness ; having a Rtrnr
no ; contains 8 colored hie like reproductions oi .,, ii
i otiicr illustrations, l'rior. uCenta
a I .it. h.i II Ureedinor. Peedlnv. Bntrh.
try, 1 iiu; ., . u- Cetltnius over .s, tieautitul liuil
tut auitU ottcr ngruvtni . Price, 50 Cents.
ThsDIQQLQ t! f,S nre iiulqi e,oi ."inul. useful- yon never
siwr 1 'I ting likcthtru i4j v:rncticai,iioaensiDle. They
1 re ha ,'iui! it . niirm .11- 1 ale- Km t West, North 1 ml
b "til. vonr who keeos n Home, Cow, Hoi; or
It. TOWS t I .ill I Tint',. oiilIiI to send rirlit
r.l.ll.l. hlitls.:,. 1 I e
.! lor yon and not a misfit. It is nvrnr
t bollnUlown, hlt-thc-usllon-tbe-henri,
ve-Buid-it, latin and Household pa pel in
t fiapcrol Ita i.e in the United Slates
v,n rv.riiniiliiotiati.l.-i h..!( regular rcadcis.
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17,000 illustrations ami quotes
prices on nearly 70,000 things
'iat yon eat and use and wear.
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ii les quoted,
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12 DEPARTMENTS IN ONE VOLUME.
entrii tlitimry lnttml l" W OIUNI f DMstrc
quality It In Utieietlldeveil h tin1 cri'iii ataiiUnt vt
quMitit it 'ii 1 ! 1 iMHiiy every
id In riiiiinn
wiwere we puriHiw
1 at li-ant thrrr tint of
worceiief iM-tMii:ir it- . h . i .
ami .staiiHani J"".' M i n n -i i mhu pi" w pw ew n. s 'r.- "im
50000 orde '"ay now bebAd upon lermi heretofore imheArt-dC.
A new rtettce ibowi Uie ilnrui forniH ol til tlie iiomin.
Another poll) fl out Rluiut ;.(mmi eepechtll) iiliitcuii wiirafit Hut
Ibe itteatett of tJl tclileveiiieiitii In modern dtcttoiiv) makuiK In th--aiirittioti
of SftilOO worrtii to ttii itlctlonar) bj nteftni of a itugje pigv
called tbe MC'olambtn Word-Builder."
Benldeti tin- Dlctlonftrt it lino ronteinii tu'eive
leirtinentr, u followe: 1. Aitin-.ii-
Uonn 2 Prononncing ifirtionarri riwer mimr.;
QRMtt4Mr of tlit World: l.arK i Itlrn ; . rnrlliiM iiinr
i:uh-K r.usMM ss i nhtt iii tdi ; o hoclal i i ii i- I
Latter Writer; 10. Im "t Cstpltftll ; 11. rum ti...t inn : 1
it ton tit ni In pstgej, haiidstiiiiciy bound in Imltetlon lestsei ooren
Furm nnil lli.mr, oor nstlim-
aeml-aiontblT ihlch alr. ,nl Iiu a rlrrtuii-
Hnn of 3nO,n00i. Inf. Iliimaaima ot hnaira lirrfit i n.i iy
takcii, malts th followlni Remarkable Often Tbe rfwusir
i.rii f Kami ami Home Is M cants a Tear, bat we will ajnu it as
Ihoss menttomnit this paper, hIi mnntha nn trial fi.rnnly in mm
(In "llycr ur ianiisi, ami wHboul tiiilliir .liars.' hi.i l"'1
C'nninrelienalto Welialer Klrtlonary," a atn.v.. ilea, r li..i.
mail, raarnsla, All areepllns; tbh orrer wfn reeelre pur matrnu-
l.,n.lvlll.lri,t,..1 Sfl.naia.at nr.., it It. fit IUI. ri.Tilalliitik' '''t '
ma f ill artirli' ami inmf .r the nmst remarkable "(Trm ersf jnaj
It vmr mtwaBrjutton la rul , . ... . 1 1 .1 . ' , wp wjH al" Inrlml.- a rrkr.
Atlas of the World, eontslnlns msns In colors, wiiiip mtmu at
least SI if Durehsaed aepsrstelr, B.-nt wanted everywi.T'-
spnngTieia, maaSi.oi vini.ou, .
. samBj a a a) a a v a a
a 1 mwt mm
,, . . .13.
Bmni i Rfars proaieu 0:1 .mirr hub
T.," " Good Ltiok," "Cross Bow,"
33 clock, 'iy. Calendar, Them otn
34 i inn rsss, leather, no bsttsf 'iwle. jtv
36 Bevolver, eatotoatie, .... able soil in,
X Tool Set, II- t plnythllik".. On' r-al
37 T.dlot S deoo"tel porcelain,
very bandsoina SS8
Bemlnftton mtle No , KorSSrsl. -wi
Watctj, s'ei'ltii.t Hilv.w-.rilll jewel I Iikmj
N brass sun Haas, leather, handsome
ami durable LaM
lit Bewtna Machine, lr cuisk. with
all sttaeliments ... IBSB
13 RuTolTSr, Colt's, vS-i'Siibs.', blued
n lllfle. Oolt'e. 16-t.hot, laHiallhsr. ..1600
M Dollar (Washburn), . .-, . .1. in
36 slandolin, vsry handsome ...:ooo
:i8 aflnokealer hwMStias shot dun,
13 iiauife. Sum
37 Kini;iiC"ii, iloill.le lnrr.1. hatn
tuer Sii-.i tetut, I I Ol UtraugS ...SUU0
88 Bicycle. atatl4SfU ttutka, lnules or
81 Shot Qua, Ramlngton, doubts bar-
n.l, haiiiiuerJeH- wt
to K. , 'in i Hustfl 11.. s. i . inch Uuu. aaAi
Tin Tan (that 1, Star
ta-r" with no mall
f i;xW for nrrtrntit.
in iiuder elite of tavi, are
for In CASH nn tllOUaSU ut i went y cents per
p. M . h lt.
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