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ran and Stevenson Meet Fort;
Leaders at Indianapolis.
UcH Of CANDIDATE BEYAI. ' TELEPHONES Oil FARMS.
l Time was warn Canctar was considered as incurtle as lenrosv.
BUFFALO TREE HOPPER.
lDTote AAA' tt, th Q,ua-
L(B of Imperialism. Derlarlna tha
Ittltuilr mt the Repobliean Tarty
LnnlN(l.- to the t'onstltutlon.
Indianapolis. Aug. 9 William .Ton-
Ln Bryan and Adlal L. Stevenson
te yesterday. In this city, c.Ticlally
formally DoUfled of their nomiiia-
Tliey Are Xot Merely a 4'onveiilrnce,
Uul a Uniid Uualncs laTHl
umt as Will.
In the locality where I live there
arc several lines of telephones which
run through the farming district to parts of thl and Delghboring states, sc
the several villages. Many of the I cojnpanied by specimens of apple twigl
farmers along these lines have placed and branches showing the Work of the
phones in their houses, which puts buffalo tree hopper, lead us to bebeve
Time was want Cancfcr was considered as incurable as leprosv.
PbTsicians snd friends could give little relief or encouragement to
i one afflicted with this terrible disease. Rven now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady ; while admitting it to be
a Dlooil disease, xuev siiuinsisi unit mere is no nuuo ouisioc 01 a Milium upariauuu, nim auvpr you iu uavc uh .aici lui um,
but at the same time cannot assure vou that it will not return. You may cut or draw out the sore, but another will oome in
its place, for the disease is iu the blood is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon' knife or
w. ,1... I, ,1 r. . ml M a, nllra TKm l.l,..i.i niuul 1m miritiawl utitl u1 r. n .. I ! i r 11 r. 1 t)if avit.,i i,!i.-vi-.l 1 if utt tu li SI tfl 1 VI elf, It,
Valuable Information Taken from - . 1"- -- - - r
matter before the Cancer sore will heal.
Hercnt circular of III Kansas S. S. S. is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating; poison and force it out of the blood. It
Baaerlsaeat stnttoa. builds up and invigorates the old, and supplies new, nch, lite -giving blood. S. S. S. in a purely vegetable remedy ; no mineral
i can be found in it ; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain jmwerful purifying properties that act directly upon
Numerous inquiries from different the blood gvstem and make a aafc and permanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousands, whv not vou?
Caneer is not alwavs inherited ; vour family may be free from any taint, yet your bloo.l may become so polluted that n severe
and stunooru torm o( the disease may
develop from a sure or ulcer on your tongue
or other part of your body J a slight bruise
or hurt, a little pimple oil the eyelid, lip
Impure Blood Invites Disease.
Ins by the Democrats at their recent tbem m .meet communication win. tnat me apple-growing puouo is uc- of n m imn , Qn the , ,,reust a harmless looking wart or mole, and other causes so insignificant as to attract
Insas City convention to the omces the villages. 1 recently visiiea a coming awakened to tne aiiim.ianoe 01 liu,e ()r UQ attention. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure it begin with 8. S. S.
ipectlvely of president and vice pres- former who lives three or four miles this orchard insect, though not aware ttl olu.r . lt wju cleanse Tour blond and prevent the formation of cancerous cells.
nt of the United Mates. I ne csrw I from one o our large villages, in of the methods or avoiding the injury Mrs. R. Bhirer, La Flats, Mo., writes " A small pimple came on say jsw about one inch below the
,,,.,,!., (ha nirniilnn of B .Li- ,.:n 1 (I,., nmilliiui .4 U. ,,,,, , i ,, , ..c Ti 'tints I rut on 1 he lrtt Mile of inv face At tll.t it SSVe Hit BO trouble, SSd I did UOt think it WSS anything KI.OUI
,ny ...-. - " - in o...w, in ! ' I I miT !, law Iwmi in msII sari haeams much Inflamed At the asm tima the son hems to anread and
mt lato the flesh, and gai ma Intense pain I tried everything l could hear of, hut nothing did mi any
.t I then besnn tbe use of s s s , nn.i ntin i.;kiim irvrmi nuiiif me cancel scaled, and mere
O I f- ....... ..1 ... - it ..,.,,) iu ,i ii.-l, if, irinmt i, ,t, tli it tutll m
n oeeui i cu i , ....... ,i iu.i I',, . . ..... ui, wn. .
tut if ti 1 and shaded tract of ground i much he would aide to sell, he these injuries was Hrsl made known.
upon inquiry as to the condition of the
injured trees (luring the previous Au-
tionstration. with which the nemo- Qf pj. aru, .,,! ,,f a large truck gar- brought forth l correspondence wltll
ts mav be fairly said to have begun ,, n t has been his custom to drive those who rejwu-t the dumnge eontii iu $
tr national campaign. The DOtlflCa- j to the villugi
, . , . . , . , I SWWNMIIIII IHUmi, , ma nn jiai.ih", , ... ..... ..Ju; .a n
I I I Iff I I OH S .1 ,,lv IV II II 1 He M C , II lll.l tl(UIIBIICU UCUUWVIID Ul
I the center of the city, and was wit- would often take more than he could
. . thaHUMlla ffwwiMM . Jl. ..f I ,1.:. ullMltll, bu,lt m,.p
fcSDU lV BmHj I IIO IIS, Vitus. UUIIQI li t 11 S H 'SC III , .1 II' I I'll OIII'lviO iv . , . - .
In isichardson and Governor Thomas, until ihe next trip, did not always
Colorado, made the notification i keep in a marketable condition, ami
i hi !S to the canaiaaies, ami uotn m tins win eoiihmeru ne was wuswu
you ; it is tree.
Write our iihvsicians about vour c;r-e. snd fur miv advice or information wanted ; thev
have made a life study of Cancer and all blood diseases We make no charge what
ever for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. (JA.
led at length. Mr. Hryan started during tin
r. This farmer has put
by saying tno present issue was a ., telephone m Ills inuisc wiiieu jnueea
test between demoeraey and pin-' him iu communication with his cus-
tTaCy, ailU llieu uiseusseu iiitiei mi- lolllCIsin llie Vlllile. in I. nt, i. iii, is
Iu the course ot his address us Hn.ii- orders bv teleplioiie, and know
ing what they want, he delivers it to
them on his regular days of market
ing. This makes marketing much
easier and plcasa liter, and he thinks
the telephone a profitable Investment
lor him. Sometimes he wholesales
produce to dealers when he. can get
satisfactory prices, When a dealer
hi his village wishes anything ill his
line, he can easily order it, if price!
can be arranged, or when the fanner
has anything ready for market, he
can "call up" the dealer and ask fur
The telephone not only places him
in Immediate communication with his
own village, but i'h neighboring vil
lages, ami. by telegraph or the long
distance telephone, with the city mar
kets. The farmer 1 have mentioned
grows several acres of atrnwherrlesi
By the aid of the telephone he is able
to learn without delay, which is im
portant to marketing berries, where
there is a demand tor thiiii and at
There are many other uses of the
telephone for the farmer iii his Iso
lated circumstances, so t hat cry often
he can make it convenient ami profit
able, 1 have been in the railway sta
tion when some farmer "called up"
the agent and asked him if the goods
he was expecting hitf arrived, and the
Information would sometimes save a
Then the president, supported syipnw
Liiv unanimous vote of the house and
bate entered upon a win won opain
the purpose of aiding the itrugKling
hrii'ts hi uoa. tno country, wmium it.
t,l party, upplauded. Although the
ami" ruts raooajniaeu insi ui nuiinms-
L would necessarily nam a inium .11
i-anliiKe from the conduct 01 a war
lull. In the very nature or (ne ease.
A - ion end In a coiniueie victory, tiny
la with the Republicans in the support
huh they gave the president, vynen
was over anil tne itopuoiican
Iders began to suggest the propriety of
Elonlal policy, opposition at once tnanl-
ted ilseli. When ins presiueni iinany
before the senate k treaty which
ognlsed the Independence of Cuba, but
tvided for the cession 01 the riiiiip-
slanda to the 1 nitea niates, ma
1 1 - ul m h i i t Usui uceoiiis " n
Irt-nt that many preferred to reject the
fcal v and risk the Ills that nusiii toi-
bi ratln r than take tin- chance of, cor-
k tit. u the errors of tin- treaty uy tie"
H. p. inlent action of this eeiin'ry.
fhose who would have this nation i n
f upon a carter of empire must con
fer nut only the effect or imperialism
the I- lllptnns, DUI tin y must also cm-
lute its efleet upon inn nwil n il inn.
innot repudiate tin- prlm iplt ol s.-f
Ivirniiit-nt in tie- Philippines without
akenlng that principle lure.
Ijur iiiponeius. conscious hi ino wenK-
if ttieir cans., s. h In contuse 1 111 -
Irlalism with expansion, anil have even
fee to claim jencrson as a supporter
their policy. Jenerson speae so tic-iy
kil used language with such precialon
lat no one can In- ignorant of his views.
1 niie occasion he declared: li there
tent- principle mor- deeply rooted than
Sv otin-r in tne nunu 01 every amen-
In, it Is that we should have nothinu
0 with coniiiivist. And again lit
lid: "Comiuest Is not in our principles;
- Ini onslstent with our guvernnient.
-The forcible annexation of territory to
I Kovi-rned by arbitrary power diners as
luch from the acquisition of territory to
bu.'.'-up Into slates as a monarcny
Stic partfr does not oppose exj slon,
en txppnslon enlarges tne area 1 inn
public lnnd Incorporates land which
n he settled by American citizens, or
ds to feur population people who 11 111
llins to become citizens and are ca
ble of discharging their duties as such.
is now proposed to seize upon dis
til territory already more densely pop
itnl than our country, nntl to force
on the people a government for which
(re is no warrant in our constitution
I colonial policy means that we shall
id t'i the Philippines a few traders, a
task masters and a few officeholders,
d an army large enough to support the
Iborlty of a small fraction of the peo
' while they rule the natives,
f We have an imperial policy we mut
ve n large standing army as Its natural
d necessury complement. The spirit
ilt'h will Justify the forcible annexa
m of the Philippine Islands will Justify
" Selsure of other Islands and the
mih.ition of other people, and with
irs of conquest we can t spec) a eer
ln. it not rapid growth of our military
rhe Remibllcan platform assumes that
I Philippine islands will lie retained
idt r American sovereignty, and we have
rlsht to demand of the Republican
Iders a dlSCUSSlOn of the future status
tin- Filipino. Is he to in' a citizen or
iit.i. . 1' Are we to bring Into the body
tilth N.mlfl.noo or ln.oen.en) Asia lies, so
NVrcnt from us In rnce and history
ai amalgamation is Impossible? Are
e' t i share with us In making the
and shaping I lie thsliny of tliis n.i-
n? No Republican of prominence has
n bold enOttgh to advocate such a
position. The Democratic platform de
nned the situation when it says that
je Filipinos cannot he citizens without
gangerlng our civilization.
When we made allies of the Plllp'noS
H .it un, I tbem to Dght against Spain
t disputed Spain's title. If we buy
lahi title we are not innocent tnjr-
ISeni. Hut even if w,' I1.11I not dis-
ti'd Sii.iln's title, she could transfur net
er title than sin- had. and her title
: t on ftiree alone. We cannot
nd such a title, but as Snain cave
a oult claim deed, we can honorably
1 the property over to the party In
" n W'hth.r :inv Amur), ill nf-
1' ..... the Filipinos moral assurance
intli'pendenci. In not material. 1 lutv,
It tii ,t hlvitorv riiriiklii.il to. aVflttinU
ttirtiituiie baser than ours if we now
tltlltM our vol.. f..t- tl,.. ml. I, v., If..
he iierm.-inont nhilrmin nf the laat
PUblii an ntlrvnnl rnni-uiitlini IWHMK
Itill- T,ei linl.irir w. . m .... I n .11 lt I.,. 1 .1
Wti.in hu mm I A .
ir Irit.-rfRtfd In th- IMilliinntn-s kh!IV
,lJnt of othr--r.4. While we raffard
r w, lf;tr of thOSe pripo un a sa -r-'.
pt rcKnrd tiio welfare of the
tl rxoiilt first W . e mtr (Infv
ourjs( v(.5 an wi ll M to others. We be-
III triirl. nTniinsiMn ltv , -. ri- L.oiti.
mrani within the Drovtnce of tov-
Pm' Mt arwl ('oiistt1iilit.il wf mt-:in tn
Mi- i v i i.i -. , 1 1 1 1 1 lit ii', r ti .il.. 'in4
1" the commercial firpurnont. It la
ulon the theory that war can be
rtHged for pecuniary advatitagt,
it it im ...... 1 . .. ssws
i : - i j'i mi i - i i in hj mil 1 1 . i v
P:e . ' force anil vi!nrp Kr nk H n
hoth of these proriVisltlonH. I
n f p. mm
. i ill U 9-: mpuM
M t l
A po'ltion ovlpo-iiiin In Iii , it. the 4t'' alwL ' .
ecus . I.', iirriiuaed a at C Old Bcarred T JSMm t ' '' , ' j
punctures lire shown at I-:. cJPil ,;.,,.,' , i
fife.. Ml ! lili v'
Kilst ami Sepl cr, il appear . H.; ? 1U(! IUI 0
ease t ha! t iie tleisW.lt (fct M It
time in w.til-- ami ijrass, cul iiai ion 'SUSBSSf. 'A. ' I Allln'll
1 Read This ! Read This ! 1
f MY PRESENT STOCK OF C AHPETS
Is Iuilti r llian i v. r li. l'i.ie ; inv PMC S LOWEH limn OTII
KUS for t m SAME GOODS. &J.v prictH ou Ifl toIIh nf cm pol I
wihu to close .mt will suit tin. pnekul book ol iniiii.t mill save
otbers nioiicy. )i nni tbink of hu.vitiR your fall cnrpctH until
you jjivu luy stock of carpels your uttoiitiou utul gvi tbe prices
ol hoiiio ol in.v biiiiifiiiiiH 1 am olVerinif.
iprurs in each
row li at t hat
liaviii!.' Inch sin pi lull ! for one can-,
another, itnd the orchard weeds l-
lovvcsl tn KI'oH II levin civ. li. lll.lllll'J
t! vat ion
in such an
the work of tin-p. st. The inference il
too plain to ii' 1 1! argument. Clean cul
ture during tin late summer, to keen
the ground free from the weeds on
which the young hoppers feci, will
protect the young orchard from al tack.
When the tics are iiircn.lv badly
iMini't iired the only thing that can he
Prices j tisvt right mi t hese
One Word About Pictures.
nni offering my present slock of pictures ul cost,
I'M AN t t S I' iiinl sunn' Im' I lie pi ice of the trlitss in t lie
Doll 'I un ss. Ins sale
I liiivo Home pretty iliinu's tn offer in Furniture,
La'oi will sin prise you iii Styles ituil I'ricea,
i-c.i I'ters ;i. 1.. ii... v',' ijfi 'rsr
of injiir.v in o: clianis vi In re eu!- & -' "'' !'
was not tliu siispcinlcil show s J Hr '
in utmost entire immunity from '
m nni i:
t'H.M I. NT,
LE M ill "
HA)R SWITCH 65 CENTS,
UNDERTAKING ! UNDERTAKING !
In tins brunch ol my btisinoHH 1 am nrepareil give Ihe
public tbe best serbioe Unit can be nccureil bv iiionej Inn.' innl
pni's.itnil tit teiitioii. My i'iiiippiii;o in this lu iiiieh of Iiiihiichh is
f the tineat in the Htnte. HEAUsES, (lAHHlAdES i .1
UNDEHTAK1NG L'AIILOHS me up In .In.
One m i d ih ml I report 1 1 no nltpntlnii 1. 1 -'. e ill '.1 10 lata!' 1-1 . ' . '
I i.l'AUANTKh tolui'in-li lie hi a--; .1 l.l.ss MONr.i
Illlj, lii,IIANTKK loglvpyiHI easiei I'AViil.MU.
LiviTV Coiilicctctl willi L' Illicit ii kil it; lii'iiilllliiel.l,
KM I M Lis I
.lone is to euli t ate 'teueroiisl v t he cotn-
trip to the station before the ffXKUI I ag aeai to keep t he injured trees in
were there; or lie was as' "1 to send' . t of rft llm fjem
( aiephone to come pluvv,( in mutfrrowing the injury. It lias been I
w i. ui. .uimedlate reply. j suggested by some that the injured
The telephone. In sides jiluci njr the ,.....,..,..s ,honW I. -ivned out audi
farmer in immediate eommunlcation burned, thus reducing the number of
the pests the next season, lint if such
a plan were to he put in practice it
with his merchant, physician, veteri
Oarian and others whose services he
may need, affords eommunlcation be
tween fanners and their families, It
not only facilitates Intercourse in
business matters, hut a. his verj much
to the social life of the farmer, lie
converses easily nt any time with his
neighbor on any subject of interest
Many farmers think that the cost
of the tele phone is so grcilt tlllll thtVJ
cannot afford it. in my locality the
farmers own private lines on the co
operative plan. There are main lines
operated by Indlviduols, or corpora
tions, The farmers linve 'built private
lines which connect tbem with these.
Oenernlly, a few Individuals taking the
lead, ihe farmers ore visited in the
Community where the wires are to bi
put up. and asked to subscribe to
It l. M.I.I. Ml il IS II
sv SMlr SI Item 090 t" 2,3 S3vtutM n "I
iwitcsi ilbsi - i "' t f I tut.. -.Kii,
UUH (iFFEIl: J '"' 1 ' ""I " "
Ainiiit.- ,it ii. i inn .in,.., v- .i . .1 ,m pu a
oulas nsar Uio roots ... : Mllils,lncliiM
ssr ssstlsl srt sssles s'l :. ttstt stirs to
1HV in.: ', . I ti 1 "- it'll u. i- -.e ilif knlirli In
Malrn ,usr liliir SUSI, I. n . ." n I In 11 I'V
iti.-vi i, ttoet m ol. mjiti if i ou sr t psrfsetlj
ali.fleil. rt-t.ti ti ll n' ill wu will ltniiitnluU-lT
reftii.il y.t.tr i:ier.i v.
ee.'S.- tlrP.'. - "r k .Me ? n " .'t.h
y sv in. lotic, hmi slsta, 433c; Riiort stem,
l POO? " " 'f. I ". ''. t I'l'ln, SI.Z9I
laos, st-ln. Ion, sli irt slmn, i..o: S Of.
MM in lonff,sliitrtstem,Stt.2SI ;' on win.
loaa, s Btsm, tS.Stt. Waei'iSislM
C , OCR trass Hie in. Iisst itrsda on tim
f.i r.ri la't. Ilrdrrstsstt nintrrl ISNStsttlSl
Sislv srltti V" T mi.it) rrlnntvd it m.
W. H. FELIX,
r.r-1-,,- r i-vv-,,-1
Would result in many eases In the re
in, ival of entire trees, no part of the
small tree being exempt from .attack.
The eggs which are laid in August ill
ihe Wounds in the bark hatch the next
May or June, and it is suggested that
at the time when observation shows
;he Insects to he emerging it will he
possible to destroy most of tin tender
young by a spray of kerosene emul
sion at a moderate strength, So much
reliance may he placed upon clean cul
ture, how ci.r. that this spraying Is not
considered necessnrv, though a prac
tical method of destrut
the ri;ht time.
. utal'itcuu el
S.AHS. ROEBUCK & CO tlnr 'Ctvraaa
orb A ) ii. ar n. " m i I reliable. bJllur. )
the line. bum
, Wei. Ino
do not wish to pay money are allowed
The win '
to furnish work, nosts, et
is put up at a small cost t. each
farmer, but in addition to it, he must
buy his telephone to put in his bouse.
This costs him from $15 to 20, Then
be must pay his share of the taxwl.ich
la charged for connecting the farm-
er's private line with the, main lilies,
which ill most of the communities iu
1lii section is two or three dollars
annually for each farmer. in one
neighborhood near me I do ii"t think
the cost of patting up the wires and
buying the telephones was more than
$30 for each fanner. Perhaps t Ills
was only the cash outlay, and the
work contributed by the tanners was
not taken into account; I was not
definitely Informed on this point.
Where there are such opportunities
for building fanners' lines that can
be connected with main lines, sorely
money or work expended iii this way
will be well insisted. JVt. 11. Jenkins,
in Country Gentleman,
produces the t.liovn remit ln'30 lny. It aetl
i , . a , 1 1 1 v mid niiirliiv i.'urcH when 111 other:- foil
ii if doncot Vuuug men wiU retain their lost tnanbood.SDd old
' mon will recover their youthful vigor liy lining
in vivo II onlckly ami purely r.tnrenN. nous-
r)nB, Vitality. Impotcucy. Nigtltlj Emlssloni,
Lost Power, Failing Memory. Wat-tinn Dlaessei.ana
..i .-to nt a.ur uliiuin avaniMSSBa lodisetetiOO.
I Bliess ive 11 plant that cum DOt only cures liy starting at the rrat of dlsesse.DUl
ISSgreal nerve tonic aim nioou pauuen mtur
iHg hack tliu pink )gnw to pole cheefcssnaN
ntorlng tin. tiro of youth. It war Ik off 7MaltJ
and Conaamptton. Inniht on baring BE1 no.no
other. It ran lo rarrlfil in v. t rot ki t . Iiy mill
Hl.tio in ri.arkoga.or six ior sn.oo, With POSJ
tlve writtca aaarunleo to euro or refiuia
the money. Circular (no. Addrtxa
Royal Medicine Co., caLo.Tu!'
FOOLING THE CROWS.
OeowttlS Crops In Orchards.
The disadvantage of having grass or
growing crops in an orchard is not en
tirely due to the chance of the crops
robbing the soil of fertility needed by
own of tiicsH proposltlona. x t o
the philosophy of Franklin agailnut 1 the trees. If it was it would be eiusili
"'li'l doctrine of thnqe who utn.ilrl
nricA M...... in- . ,
a, - ' awa iim ti.t- ill tv.i aaii.u.i. uil
Iind ll.allfv ii u-nr rxt t
H tho STVli tl, ,t It ..ill nava. uti -
imorrnti 1. 1. ;.v
of trades. It would extend our
vt every leRltlmate and pwacoful
HI. Hit i. las ..... I 1 II X S.
.-inrtiBo of human blood.
- Hvi,anam WOuld be profitable to the
ItK. : , ,Bi;ior',i i wouiii iie proncanis
!hln ou ...... ,.,. . i m 1 ii
.-- w- b. ttiiu wuuiu carry live
"r to the PhiliDDlnea and hrinn-
the Philippines and brlnff
who would seise upon the fran-
trt WVMIU uc i vuiauic iu nit
. .whoM aalarlea would be tlxed
' 'M f II 1J 11 L . . v...s a. a.
t na m ine popnng man and to the
' ill it tar mi irt hr iil avriun.ll ......
. nOI fOma WSS thu uonnnn nf V. .v
, '1 Un Af IKum faasssss U . ..S....l . at
n 7 h . numan heart. Lat It be
a tktai ot sovarslsnty; let IsHU
iiiaiuu oi ocina tne aavance-
orth to balp 2nd te uplift.
remedied by the manure applied to the
hoed cropa, of which the trees would
get their share, or by turninjr ibeep
into the orchard to eat the ,'rass und
the fallen wormy fruit, who would en
rich the soil by their droppinfrs. lint
the greater trouble enmes from the
summer and fall droughts when the
trees need nil the moisture to perfect
their fruit. If the grass or other sur
fnee crop tnkes it there will be a large
amount of fruit fall which might have
been saved if there had been moisture
enough to carry it through to matur
ity. Where water can be supplied by
irrigation this difficulty Is not as great.
Good roads are a necessity to any
enterprising agricultural aommu
hit yonder by il
In Ih.ii hack lot -ain't fit no
Witii scarecrows 1 know how t
Now, Johnnie, brim that tar and sorter
A pint right In th:it pall of seed; you,
CI" In where mother Is an' Just ask h' r
'I'd let ye have them nshes In the slml.
Now sift the iishi s In an' dry It out,
That's rlijht! Now, hoys, come on It's
See that old crow? Cawl Caw! Hark .it
his ahotil I
He thinks he n put us now hut you Jest
Tbem crows are knowin' birds they're
Let's net down here at this end of the
An' watch 'cm ther they to without any
Hie Unit nno drr.itoh? He's found the
com' Ih.! Hoi
I'yn't like that tar? Jest see him spit
Try niie more Rh I I'll bet that burned
Caw! Cawl That's right. Your Rbpes
are up the snout.
Ply home ami uu your folks with every
That we ain't buildln' scarecrows in our
I'er crows to laugh at tell 'era all to
An' try their teeth m tar from early
Come, boys, let's plant this Held an'
then go home.
- Rural New Yorker.
12 DEPARTMENTS IN ONE VOLUME.
V work of extra arj interinl i" all rlsssea ! .i...-i -ive
ticiiiile Iii twain) ii I-' Willi!, even ! Ihe ureal iiirtiiilai il worka
uttiMlai In quant It j It islna mail) ever) wnnl in ruiniiiuii
uaase, aiiil lulli answers llie purMise of ai leaai llini t . -i rierj
t,,,.?, i,. Winn -Ir. In. Ilnii.ii) Im. Ii'.'i.iiiii wnnl-. I i nliiM El n
luiVl Ataiidanl seO.OUO. Ttirse fnat tl SI" i" i",n rsili. inira sllli
BU.000 words ma) nun Ik'IibiI iiimhi lernia lieietnl iinli.'.nil ..f.
A new Mi. alit.wa tin- plural i.hih nil III.1 iiiiuiis.
Aiiiitlil'r IKiltin. .ml bIn.ui nooo esiirrlall) .1.111. nil wnriU; Iml
llir icrrstest of all selili'treinriils In i lein illci an maklnu i- tne
sildltlnti et ..''.in1" vm.oi- tn ilila illrll j I-, weans et n ilui In nase,
.'mi.. I Un "Coliiuitilau WorU-Builder." a
nrnanTuruTO llesliles the Ulrllonari It also enntalna twelve
DEPARTMENTS !- . f..ii i ai in-
rlntis i 3 Hrmioiinrlns no lloiiai ri I'rpiM.r ISi -. i
( nrelteer oflheM I: ' Large Titles : l'lirlliiiiieiiliirj
llnlesi Business Inslrilrlnn - Sim nil liliiin ilt ; .
letter Writer) in. I'se ol Cniltals II runctuiitlon I IJ.
ItcuuUlus'StUvagos, hstnliotnely bound in Imitation leather covers.
, i 1 tl. . tut t. cur null, "li-
RIVFN flWBY. . ' : ,. ,-' i-h'slr.nd'i l.V a elr. -
tlnn of 380,0001, Inn. t I.....-H. '1 "' l" "'V "',,"' " ..',','i'n
lui.,,. .... make in. fi.llosi in i' Itei.iat I. iil.it' i ifl"i' I ' imr
r .- I la Mi . Ii.ll. :i .1 ;.r. I"ll V ' W 111 MM
rARM A N n HOM-:
lll'-vi- llll II I I' 'Ii III.' Till 'Ilt I. Kl itllilliti- ' -- .
Un .liver ..r stamim), and wlthi.nl further rl arrri T
Coniprehenslvv Websti . Illetlonfiry, ;. i f "; ', ,. jf. i
liinll ii."t.iild All fiinntiii:- IhlmltiT will receive .iirningnii
Iren'tt) lllnstrntnl 40-pnge preinlnin l t . i nr. ' 1 ' V
.'1,1 trtleles ami i.. of the in;' r. ninrkal.li' ff " " ',' ' " W
II your niitiierli.tlf.il Is sent Inimedlau i. ... ill nln h ' ' " A
ViIm ot the Worhl. ilainltie msi In rolnrs. which would iot al V
I m'tmrnteti Ii-iiK leuitnl everrwntiTO
i. i-i si it inirelia
I 'Ner.ll l i'l I1--!'
Box D Sprintsficlil, Win
I W'll. Aililn
,,or Chicao, Ills.
for Hale in Wddlebunh, ''.. .,-
MWDLEliURUll DRUG t .
Cnrranl C'ullnre t'nndensed.
Currants are easily (,'rovvn; u clay
noil that is rich and moist, not wet, is
to be preferred they (rive DCtt results
iu shady situations hence are excel
lent to set in orchards. Five by four
feet is the distance most generally
vised. Clean and thorough cultivation
is very necessary to produce the larpest
sized fruit. They are gross feeders nud
appreciate liberul dressing. A major
ity of growers use yard manure. He
move all old canes and weak shoots.
Mulching with either coarse material
or the dust mulch is quite necessary,
during the hot season particularly.
Insect and diseases, while compara
tively easy te check, absolutely require
attaaU aav -Prairie Farmer. M ,
I -:: -:o -:
Iteiiier In HCrtrble and
l MONUMENTS, HEAD-
? STONES & CEMETERY
X LOT ENCLOSURES.
Old Stones Cleaned and Repaired.
J. Prices as Low as the Lowest. .!
Satisfaction Guaranteed. J
!J. A. JENKINS. Agt,
Crosscrovc, Pa. .;.
K. 1 Pottiogei',
All professional huslrjesa entrusted to my care
sill ri"celve prompt mid careftil ntietitlnn.
1 . t
8- -i ..v ?r T
Ulf ifl aj-- urn
Star" tin tags (showlnpf umall sfirii printed! or. under f-i.1"
of lap;), "Horse Shoe," "J. 1'.," "flood Luck," "Cross Bow,"
and " Drammond " Natural Loaf Tin Tags nr.. of equal value in
securing presents mentioned below, and may lo assorted,
Every man, woman and child or,:! Gnd something on tlio lit
that tboy would like to hnvi . and ean have
3P 3ES 313 2
A8. 0. CHOUSE,
ATTORNKT AT LAW,
All business entruste.1 tohiso&re
rill receive nronipt attention.
as aad tMsoUnas ths bslr.
I srslp Siaaaaa. b.lr lal
t Mr.fr V P T
u Knifa, "in' blarl .
8 Bci.aai.ni, I't- Ii e '
4 Child' He' . I- lll
6 Ha t unit lp
i'l T! .'It, ' .Im'. ili.t, lir. Tharmora-
)Ti i Star. Il in i.im'it .. .. ra.il
,. 14 I. ii pass, Isatlittr, nn iie'rrr maito, ivw
n - .i. 2'i i -" 'voiver, palorastlo, rfonbla aettutt,
. nua i- 1 - "r 'h callls.r sun
i . i .ti r r..l
-s: -.1 portislmla,
ninle iil.c ... i- iumisI f- .i - I 8tf no i
t rrtnrta Briar Wood llm Ml ula...,
t Its -r. lull r mound, Aoa Kin.li. HI IW Bel
atsel 1 1 ' .' rV batlda h
s nutter Ki ll.-, irlpla plats, u-st " miasi '. Itl
qasllty DP '-"' 1 teli. -" Hi
9 Siiv-kt Rlisll, tru l pl.c. In-., tfruii. ''-" Boll ' Ii
la atsmti Dos. stsHlna sllvss :l A'ld dOlrlMo ,
II Kiiii... "Keen K. hot." I.. bladM . :t H l.-srlna Al ne, Hir.i ulsss. wltb
13 liiiiiit-r Knife. "Kiwi Kutlor," -ln I .lattarhiui . Km
Msils 7 IM I iVtHVar, Colt's, M unit... , lilU"d
II Nbsars. "Ksan Knit.r" Minn.. ... 76 I -eel isnti
14 Mat Hat. Cracker and f Picks, stlvat all ." -. : '. -- uIi't. . iwu
V' . i. - or 'U al . "."i
'i v. .i-iii jemis i lew
ktstliar. Inn. a-i mt
III tlUltar ( Wa.ht i . , r -e.vi.. ,1. in-
i'. Bsaa Hall. "AauM.stion," besl qnal.luu
la AlannCloek. ntrkal Isu
II Bis Osnulns Rogars Taaapooaa, 1m"i
MBtad s I IM
)h Wainb, nil-he, itani triad and aei uu
is Osrvsrs, ft".d atwi, liuckliurn
no six Qstinins RoKsra' Tsbls Bisjuna,
lies! f. Ira .-. SOOOs 2WI
21 Hit sack, Kni. ks ami Works, lin.lt-
liorn lmrilli.t 3&tl
13 Hli IIu-i.ti' Kni vi.
slid In- Imal plsti'd ireoda 6011 1 4u lvcins Oslo Mux. Ivi1 lm.li UliC . tM
THE ABOVE OFFF.R EXPIRES H0VlBER 30rn. 1900.
Cnopial Mntinn ' Plain " Star " Tin Tsc (thst l, Htsr tin tags Kith BO arr.all
0Joulttl IVUlllU . .',irH print,..! en nn i.'--' I-. i; . ' -;..,, ( rlii jnsnsli,
lull will lie DSH Mr le i:amii i.u IL- IWU u( - -u.. .. . .il. i .. .
it6 MsBatollB, vary handsoBM 3uyu
;i6 lyipcbsatsf Bspsstlag Mint tiun,
II SSUIJO. 30IHI
J7 Keiiiinittiin. dotlbla barrsl, Umn
iuer Hliui i Inn. IS or ISlfsago - .SuOO
n Btarcla, stsn.tsnl toaks, In lias "r
shot tea, Banliiftoa, doabls bsr
rsl, huniiniTl,.--. :ukhi
buiidred, If received liv na nn nr Iwdin Margb lat, IS".
(sVUKAK I.N HIND Ibai a dime's worth nr
STAR PLUG TOBACCO
will last longer and nlford mure pleasnra (ban a dime's n orth of any
other bi and. MAKE THE TEST I
Send tags to 0 l T VI. TOB VCCO CO., SI. Louis, Mo.