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The Moyie Leader Aug 6, 1904

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 ��L ��7Lat��  NO 17-  MOYIE, B. C. AUGUST .6.1904.  S3 A YEAR  S a-, y^r  A&.^'^'A^.^'r^'^^^>g^**��-^''**-SI*,.'>><.  &*���  A-���mit where to get a pair of reliable shoo  Bj-jjS ^at you can depend upon ;  jSfcs ibat' nro guaranteed ;  ife tint are whole soled ;  [\iat are always sold ; ,     '  ..- ti,;-;{. can be rc-soledf:  t^ (Ma!; :ir( "union made;"  ||-> that iu-o made (o last;  ,  Ts that will wear to tliclael..  The J. D. KING Shoef,  i.0���ri-fci,,.l,w display of el.o*B  and prices   the  mo-l  k    .',.,"{.) Il ilt fetoct of shoes ever shown ni Moyie-  1  fe/ ri a a s b k  Geru Kouropatkin Is  Up Against It.  JAPSMfEBPPEUil  Electric Light Plant.  The ir-stalling of an  electric  poorer  ��� and light pla.nl within   a   distance   of  two and one-half miles of  Moyie  is   a  project   which   is   soon  likely  to  be  carried out,   II. E. Kinsey is the pro- j  moter   of the scheme,and he has made |  satisfactory progress so  far   as he has I  gone.    The falls on Lamb   Creek  will j  supply the power,' and   the   water will |  be carried in a flume for about a, mil-3.  Mr. Jvinsoy has given   notice .that  he'  will oh September Gth make  application for the  water right on said creek.  The plant will be of 550  horse  power,  ana will be- sufficiennlly large  to not  Our stock pf Hardware, Tinware  and jGhraniteware is larger than  ever/before, and is assorted to fill  ailithe requirements of the town.  We carry.  MINERS' CANDLE STICKS,  -p.   - ,   . ~       ,     t't-,     iii       only-furnish'ljghts for the   town,  but  JJeCiSlVe   Battle IS   JrrobabJj   also fiirnish'  power ior running  min  Now in Progress in the  Far, East,..-'  i ing or Oilier machinery ( as  well.    The  water power m Lamb creek  huh  heretofore been overlooked,but  it is  now  apparent hi all who are  familiar with  the fuels lhat it is a regular  bonanza-  General Kuroii with 130,000 men is i if Mr.. Kinsey   carries out  the  plan  now behind the Bus.-ian forces.    Gen-, which he now has,in   view the plant  eral 0!:u with mi army of 50,000  men I wiH be installed aud running by Jau-  ^> vE? ^S? *?�����,��� *W  ih on their front, .wh.lt; flanking   them  en the left in (Jt-ncral Kodzil   with  his  divis-ion   of   50,000  men,    If   General  .Kouropatkin  'is   defeatcated   in    this ,  battle he must thcii move V/astward 'or j  uary 'next.  LOCAL NEWS,  ���^"nS^S"     ^i* V~��.' "^' '^  CANADIAN . BANK   OF'"��� COMMERCE  Paid Up Capital   ��6,700,000. -     ., -  ifse-ve    ���'��� 3,000,000',.  Total resources . , 33.000,000 <x��r. so, W  ,.,'���.:..., i     Present Kate of Intercst.8 percent. ,   ,  ,    .    F-. G. MALPKS. MGR  I8-MCH.  t.iwr ��-���-��=���*  surrender.    The   foreign,, military  at.  '. iches aie with li second 'army en route  , J, A. Harvey is at   the coact an  legal business.  _ '  E. H. Sinail and wife were up from  Nails (any size)  Building cotton and paper    '  Knobs and Locks,  Paints, Oils and Brushes, ���  Table cutlki-y, Pocket knives,  Scissors and,Razors,  Axes and Saws,  Saw setsand File's,  Carpet tacks aud Hammers,  Cartridges-and Shells,  Pood choppers, etc.,  Graters and Strainers,  Dinner pails and "Water pails,  Preserving  kettle's,  Sauce pans,  Hinges and Screws,    ���  Vegetable boilers,  Stove pots and Frying pans,  Di--:h pans and Milk pans,  Pudding pans and Bake pans,  Chamber pails and Slop jars,  Dippers and L-idles,  Bread and Cake pan?,  Tubs and W.if-h boilers,  "��� Irons and Wringers-, etc., etc.  BARGAINS IN COOKING STOVFrt.  to the front to witness the battle.   Ihe ��� ,  ���      . .   T,    ,     i   ��,       > Cranbrook Monday.  Russian troops'at  Port   Arthur  have  .".) 3-  1EI  '   LIFE!    -���  ������T PAYS TO INSURE V/iTK  been driven back to the .last -line of  defence. The Japanese attacking force  has 350 guns in action.  Building. Commenced.   .*  Excavating ��� for the foundation of  the new Catholic t-hurcli was begun  Thursday, and work will-'be 'pushed  continuously until the ��� building is  completed. The building will command a beautiful location ou Tavistock ,'street. It will be 2* feet in  width and 70 feet in length, and the  estimated cost will   be   nearly $3,000,  ���Ed Desaulnier returned froih a   trip  to Spokaue'Tbursday.  P, P. Johnston and' Chas, Armstrong  wero ii Oraabroolt Tueeday.'  J. P, Farrcl arid ��� ffifo r Jelled Cranbrook the early part of the'week.  How Houston Sees It,  ffelstm Tribune s ,Where one Cana-  d'aa from the east is making an investment in Kootenay, ten Americans  ,^ ^Am'% in money developing our  natural   resources.    Not once   in   sis  G P T'-sdale and wife were up from , months dobs   anyone   from   ^   Old  ������� ���    ������   ^r%z7f^���^\  METAL MARKET,  , 1stew   York���Bar* silver,    58^ coiit.fi  Lead, $4.80.    Zinc (apeltort $4.80.  LoknoK���Lead, ��11 13s.   9d;  kil OiTk  Imiv.oou  MOYIE, B, C  SSa5M5^S(ffiSSS2EaBB23 3��TO    MOVI'FS   LEADING   JtOTKL.  a\  i  P  The two sisters of 3eorg3  arid  Roy  Ololhier are here on a vieil" _.rrom Re-  gina*  Hairy Dimock 'iu buildinsj' a substantial residence oii lialf >loun".avenue.  , Tile Late" Shore boarding house  making it one of the most substantial j cbanped hftads tll,;Q ^-eetj jr. J.Kugent  church buildings in South East Koote- ^(y      jrichaei qui,  * i ' o  nay"- * u c. A. Footc. the tailor, v;r3 confined  to hi3 home through sickness a d.\y or  two this week.  ��� W. J. Atchiscu,' the druggist, received a quantity of new goods this  week, - ,  D.J. Elmer) agent for the Pavid  Harum cigar, is hilstlinr for business  in the towns east of here on the Crow's  Neat line.  , Tlie roison Daily Tribuue made   its  ou   August v 1st. .It    is  ye-u in maintaining an agent-general  in London, and thousands more are  snent by our people in. advertising  themselves to eastern Canadians.  \Youlditnotbs well  to   transfer  the  '    Methodise Oburcb.;  i  '   . -       '  Tlie A'lethodistfi' have definitely devoid ed to b'liild d cliurcliiu Moyie, and  work will bd' started on it probibly1  next week. The main , structure will  be 24x36, witli an addition of 6x6;  There will be double swinging door.s  iu front, and the buiUliuir, will present  an attractive appearance when  tinish-  Pro'f. OhEtse's.-Oancei'  -f-~~  Tho bdsfc of accomniodationB  Tor the  Traveling   Public-  yVclw/��H0M, Manager,  'ti^rf^  Troi. Chr.sc gave a delightful dance  in McGregor hall Wednesday evening.  The att'-mliince was just right .for  the  size of the hail.    I'rof. Barney-V.'ilaon,  the celebrated violinist, and 'Tiof.   Ed  Miller, one of  the  leading  pianists in  the,   Kootenays,    funushed   excellent  music pr tho, occasion.*  Trof. Cbuse  introduced some   new   dances   which  j were thoroughly    enjoyed.    Tho   pro-  | fes-For has  opened   u   d.mcins cchool,  aud iilreauy has   a   good   si::cd   class.  lie is making splendid,progress- with  his pupil.%    His class meets on Tv.cs-  dav and Thursday evenings.  ���In - neil from London lo Chicago  ed.    It will cosL nearly * 1 000 I    fflll  i ad lerBri't.sh Columbians lour...qaH-| be built on lot 6 ih block 9; which ,a,  0i,,^Gteadof   Ontario   and  ITova | generously ,donated  by  the   to.vna.te-  'Scotia.  combany.  July "Was Vteiii.  M-i'.,o- lUn^-rof Kiro tins time'of th�� yearth.uwinyj.t  PROTECT   ^OUEi   HOMES,  other.  if.'j'  ..  aiIim  f-'cnls- in  C'ran-  ^i n-te.' oi Fire Insurance than   r-��\   o    -;    '-.        bich   tbc  hav  si.-nwn hv   the   prompt  n..u.n..i  ^      ^^  thr.t, they  i��i luu-i'ini.--; nave  snown oy   um   111";1       . ���ot    th.^-t   tney  Wi!=s iifii.i tho Fernie and Toronto Hi-os nn'-e t'"�� j^^o.0 reckon  E= t,n 'u �������� midAr. and Adeauato has.-'. > '����� -��� * , ^^c o? '-I>c  s-:it;.d.H.iy above our ralea simply j:(>'-   '*u*' *  Brooks,- the Jewoleri  ��  C. L. Brocky, the jeweler,  is out  of  the hospital a iui has opened hi* store  in the Chrktiau building on Yiclo'na  street. Mr. Brooka is a Jirst class workman, and all work placed iu lus hands  will be attended to promptly.  'v:;''\U. WITH  ARM0LB.& ROBERTS,  owe  9  ���3d  cs"  Vc cavrrtlic'boat mnf;o Oi hats in town. -, Sec on:  ��'n>��'  ;"'-w:;do "V.uinK ok 'tin* Wkst.!'- ThoyVro.be^t:."'.  I  Qaa y  HATS-  y  .-/vr ���/..-  W'.VV-e.  >:iT,E   MKH'S'AFtniNIOHERS:  *y0 lir.ve J���.ist   receive-,.   ."  nice lino <tf  Moyio Sbutrenif Spoons  Sont po.^t paid upon rccc-ipl  ol price, $1.00.  VV. H. VVILSOISI)  N. B. Fino \\ratch repairing ft  ���<,''������ social ty. A'.'  Jeweler.     .    f CKAKBKOO^'B. C.  appcaram  bright and newsy and. has all.the earmarks of. John lloustcu, its publisher.  HoLph^e.wIji pJV,(J^ ?9c|.U, dance  in Hoijiey ball on Friday evenins., Au-  gustrHl:.-,     .,,'.*_....,  Mrs-A. R. Dempster is here from  Pincher Creek visitrig" hor brother C.  A. Foote and his wife.     (  Mrs. (.Dr.) Higgins is up froni Fer-  m*e on a visit with her stater, Mrs. V.  J. McMahon,  Fred llaiucs, of the Herald stall,  and R. S. Aikeus were tip from Cranbrook Monday.  J. C.Stone of Lev.istou,,Ida-he, brother of W. R. Stone, arrived here this  week. , !  'I he town is enveloped in a cloud' oi |  smoke caused by the forest fires in the j  surroi'.udir-g mountain:;  In ITelson, according to the fDaily  >;ews. the average temperature during  IhemdntkofW���^- I-"1!1' fcl1  on nine days during July, but,.some of  these niufalh were so slight as hardly  Lobe measurable. The , hottest, day  wis    Sunday) , July .. 10,   d:et   lho,6������ -,    -,-- ,r -K -     ..   ...     :,..,,,  .     ���       .J .i   'd   b-L    '^'J-ccdlcstJ The; school   will   open   on   Blonday;  niar.unum   re*tcneu t J-     -���!- ,? _ .       .-. .. i     .-j   ..  dpv'wacthc   iCtl*. when  .the  highest  August iHh,        --_-___-  le'uerawro t-cachgd jv^ Oc,, a;id. the |  lav;<;si. tsmp^rfituro- rcccjn!od   v.*fis ,on i  Publio Sohooh.  Miss ti run ton J who has been engaged to teach-in tb)o junio.r department^  of tk'e Moyie-scHool) arrived here yes-;  terday. A. \V. Sutherland, has con-ff  sentcd tp,teach iu the senior depart'���  ment until October, whei: he .inteade  going lo   \Yin,pipes , and , otud?  aw��  ���V:  ii muMi MHt  the .night cf the   l?tli  rccclicd.  r.'hcn   ':.l  was  Pilot Is Bonded  The 'Pilot property, near Ymir  was  A mosL enjoyabl,e dance y/as ^her:  in the oiSce building of. thc AEoyie;  Lumber Co. last evening in honor' of  Matiagbr Hugh Caiiieron and His bride  who just returned from their   wedding  hordMth'5 week to ?Tew York  capita- j tour to the cost .yesterday.    Ihe   em-  liatl" Hariy D.mock add J. K. Crowe| plcye.es ol the company did themselves  of Movie and W. J. liugb��a of Yro.ir  are the- principal shareholders. The1  Piloiiaaiicegoldprop.isuion, and is  one cf the richest prfperjicd in the  camp. Ti-C :icw owners intend build  iuga'ctamp iniH '��>d tcSiiiway  fail. ,  Lee- Oream Social;  tlli:  proud,   and   the dance,was  certainly  one of the very   bort   ever   given   in  Moyio.  .Wanted���a pastery cook.    Apply afc  this ofliice.      ....      - -        - -   ->  Tha  i;t./ Aid   nf   tho   Methodist j  , Ulli'3  ���,rv,v. Avvf;  ���*& '���']  p^VriTAL, (.Aulhorixctn.  ^���Ai'ITAL, 'Paid   Upk ..  ���iV"fv...if.....:,...'.���...-....-.-  1):.02'FIC^! TORONTO,   OHTARIp.  Ml.*i>r.-r    .. ���'   . .:��.'.. -a. .,   ,r-  '���$.1,000,000  $:t,ooo,ooo.  ) ^2,800,000f-  I.VY  ^n'T.'-l'ms."    I). R.WILK1I0, Vico-Pro?ivn.l  ���Gen. ^:l11.  ��i��l��..l lion. i:ifu,��gcr.    W-'mO^A-C OWd Insl'o.^-  :^BR00K BRANCH tff^"^'  '-tiS ])].;a irrMl^T���ra.crcat allowed on depodUi: - _._'���  ^.ivnilabloitnui   ri.trtu   of Canada, ' United 'StiUea j-.r.d  * '  "Pocial utlculi^n given lb. collections.   ,..::;.:.,,,.,-a-.-- ^������'������J  '   J, F, M, PINKHAM, 'Manager.  Tl,o lolophbuo line   ,��=.. U  tdnE   clnucl. will I,-... .".   .ce cr��m   so   -1,  moiUs will he   .oi;*ed,frcm   -i.ofclock:  p.   ,��..I5 orybnuy.^vi^I   to  .CO^ic  The ladk.ha/o decided not  to. .soj.ic.l f  ��� i <, ,-t .,---���'',ii ,"d-i  v.jsi.inir  (pr lb.c social,, b'.t au., ;-' -V   > !���  to-docataoake.s.r.aut'.y, u^-.W.  be gratefully receive..     ��� ^-y  .  -. .��� tlithv Is 'Scarce)  will roach h*re wdr.y. The omice at  tliidendoftholine will bo :n V/. J.  Atchison's drU'T^ore.  ,  Harry  White,    of   the  una  of  the  Wh:le & Bender Co. of, Wallace,  Idaho, was   in   Aloyie   tliia   week.    The  Whilo f Bender Co. are  large   share- ���..  holder in th 61. Eugoii'e mine. .. ,    .. !  In'-30K10 unaccountable aanuet: *,*  tire got' started last. Sunday, .ou; the ,  little Island.across the lake from Moyic !  andbitrned for' -two   or   three-'dsya:  will  :i.iu  i'A':l^   drves'  dUViur.cr  qver  iiiiu uuir.cu  �����-        -- ,f *, ��� ...  ���,���;-.���,, (i.o K'octimavs.    I-itLlo   ram  Fortunately the .fire connncd it��ckf=  to - K.mw.n .n lac ,.,-t  I I fim pleased to i.nlbrm  Itk^ public that all unto  on  i-1  rCRAtfBROOfi:.  Good rooms, Bood>blf8 and_ baj',  ,   ^adarotolaaslrjatnyldtoouw.  ,-,.���.���     -     rr    ,,,=,.. tie vad two Months; sold Xot^ belonging  tlu-    imdorbrtish   aud  .i*ttla. daniug c ��� i,aa f:>hen dm .ng i.U- I                 -A-     -   ;      / . ���   ��� ,      v      -      .:.    ��.  .x ���  ���was done tb tbo green timber. ,��� ���a.liisi slft:lU  mot^un. sU'Oiun,   aie , f Hfi ^ -       - nn ��� + ��� rs.  ���>���-  f-i-f^i, : rapidly dry:ug,��H- ' W ' w:Uca. 5S .*;"'  LoWei}/  IB   ,U :^p-!;8,usi,barclyv033ibletorun..he   con-���   ^sy termg.      7?Or  lurth-  v.  ^ TuDv,-ery is . mov infj,   ^-- ���'-^"u'-,.   - .    p-ni,;nc. is now used   to , . -;    ,  ���"  io ���   ���  ���^.^ i4v,V. io.^i^ see   i  wUlgiVo"lTelsonaLr,ori^:^ -,- p- p      '.  characters    peculiar   to   the  ;';'& !orU,��!.oarrv oil     '  . .'       ^      ^  bi.*y Moyie Townsite Oo)  are   ixow^ for ,'mlM  >ror  Col. Lowery, John Houston and pave  Carlcy, And not a town in the L rov-  iuco o.m boast of three brighter newspaper men either.   .  l\j  FOR   SALE���Light    brood  Apply't'oDeeauinier  Bros.  30WS  Agent for Townsite.  MOYIE.  'i i  ii:  ��� d:}  ir  ���i.'..  '-,'.  . f '*  IS  ii  ���V)'  <  ��'  i'\\  V,   ���-1  I    ! !  E  fi  P     '1  ' I  'r?    U  f,'}  !        I-'  -i :���  '���? J-\  'f   !  i m  \     s (  i  1 :  ,i   A  t  . :<��� MEAT-ON
E**ecllen o.r Aidm « a    il: t.. <iln.- aiwl -liialilj
—A«-e   fin" Klll'ii,-    rr.-ji:na'.lo;i   ".
Aulas'*! • Ic r   1-i:v:» ... n.
Tlio Ottawa Department' ot Agriculture smos u'iL the following:
Hue Ji -valua'do ]irloi'i:!t<ti<>:i reoai uiug
the butc hr-rmg. -in nig ai.fi keeping (,i
meat is giv.-ii m I'ai n.'-' *•' Dullctm
No. IS;', v..: the l*. S Depattmein of
Agriculture, e. "i" -il'-il "M--.it nn the
l'.irin " '1 hi i,,.n.\ ;!K"-;!a! ;ons en-
cblo anyone io n.il'iw < lo1-' Iv the tli-
reciiojis iui- killing aim tutting up
cattle, sheep and sw"ine. rI I io general
adv Iff given l-s VVGIlh". of tlo-e at'en-
tion by .iii farnici.s who du not ck-
periU on the butcher for their meat
Selection of Animals.—The author
of the bulletin, points o it that in the
selection ot annuals for im nt health
bhoulu bo given in.si. consideration.
No matter how fat an animal may bo
or how good it« luiin. ii it is not in
perfect lioalih (iho best quality of
meat cannot bo obtained. If suffering
from fever, or anv serious di-range-
-raent of the system, tiio tWh will not
bo wholesome mod, Fir-*.), of animals
that have re ov er<-d from ,,tlie rava ires of dii-c.-rso bifoie slaughter is not
likely to i-iiro w.-ll jjii:1 is vory' difficult, to keep after ourmg. Druiseg,
brol.'en limbs, or like accident s all
have the same effect on the m^at as
ill-health, and. unless the animal can
bo'killed and dd-ssi-d imiiu di.itoly after such accident it is not best to
use the meat ior food. A rise of two,
degrees in the animal's temperature
nt or J list previous io siaughl oring is
almost siirn nio n'.sull in sli'ingv,
gluey mrat nnd to tn..Uc a tendency
to sour in cm ing
Condition.—I'list class meat cannot bo obtain, d fiom animals that
. arc poor , in liisli. A reasonable
amoiiiit of flesh must bo present to
pivo iniciiic-'s aud flavor to the flesh,
und the fatter an animal is, within
reasonable limits, the better will bo
the meat. Thr* presence nf largo
amounts of fat is not essentia], however, to wholesome meat and it is
far moro impoifunt that-an animal
be in goo-d lii'.iith than that it be extremely fftt. Jt is not wis,) to Kill
an animal that is losing flesh, as the-
muscle fibres are shrinking in volume
and contain coriespo'idinglv loss water As a consequence tli.' meat is
tougher and drvcr. \\ hen ah animal
is gaining in flesh the opposite condition obtains and a better quality
of meat is'tho nsuli Also a better
product will be obtained bom an
animal in on'. medium lh sli but
igutn.iig iapidi\ than l.uin ;i'v.-r\p'.it
animal i hal is al a sUindi.t iil or Io .-
ing   >ii   (li-.sh.
I!i I'i'dii!','  und     <}<i;i In \   —(.b.al.ly    in
, Iire.it I.-, J.ll'a.-lv dependent oil the
In all 11 .'.nd Cir-'idi! inn ol .'ne animals
flaught •■!.-.!, and » "I the lest (pinliU
oi n.e.-.t is iiiii'!\, il ever,, obtained
from poo. ly bi'e.i stock. "J ji«- desired
"mat hiing" iii' ., d >u I >. I • 11 e ol* fat and
lean is i..-ver ni th,. b.-si. ... >-; : *,ibj
hiinl., not- do i,lie (,\.i-ii-d shovv-i n.g
e.nimab, furnish .the ideal ill qiialuy
of meat Tii'-i-e seems lo be a ton-
ne< lion between a smooth, even and
deeply flef-i.e.'l ;iiii..ia] ami nicely
mmbled iin-.it '.hat is ant easily e:c-
tilanu.-iJ l"iiie Iid'h - <-c>'t PiMiri.int
liait and i.-n-IJou il.-.-h are nhi.iV' d.--
fcirablo in an aio.-ii,-, 1 to Ije n ii J for
mr-at, as there at i-" linlic. I ions of
small vvasto ai.u eo<>d i[ir.<lri.v oi
Age for 3villiiiLr —A-ge aff'-cts tlio
r.avoi* and texture of ike meat to
quite an extent If is a well known
fact that meat fiom old animals is
more Hia-Iy to bo to'ii.-|, ih.m that
from   .voting   oil'-.--, 'I be   fl. sh     from
vo.'y young   nnini.tls   ].wl.s   flavor  and
l.s   watei-.v.     An   old   .i'l'm.'l    jiioperly
fatteric-rl   «llld   111   (juml   le-.-Ll'th   Would  be
[iii-ff i ivfl      io   <x   voimgpi-   one   m   .noor
condition.   Cattle  are   f.t   for  beef    at.
eighlcm  to tv.eniy  moi'tbs  if  properly   fed,   though   meat,   from   slab   ani-
inata  lacks  ia  flavor.    Tho   best    beef
will   be   obtained   'fii-m   animals    from
twenty to  foi ty  i.n.nths  old        A   calf
should  not bo us"d  for  \ea\ under six
wei-l'.s of ag", and  is at   its best when
nbout   ten   weeks   old   tll,d   rais'ii     on
the  cow.   IIolis  may be   used    at    any
nt!T'   aftor   six     wei-bs,   bur   the   most
piofitablo   atrc   :\\    which   to   slaughter
i.s  eight      to   tv'lve   jio.'ifl.s.       SJioop
may   be   w-ed      when    two     or   .throe
months  old  and   at  anv   tin.e thereafter.    Tliey  will   he at.  I In-ir best previous  to   ioai'limt>   t",o   -, ..ns     of  ac;c,
nsiiallv   at  eit;ht   (n   iw.ive   Hionths.
]'repar.it ion of A-i ma!s for Slauu;h-
ter -- \n ani.-ii.il i-'ieiaied for slau»!i-
ti r sliould be lo-p; oh fee.l from
Lt went v-i'our lo 'huiv-six hours oth-
f-r-wi--,. it is linpii.ssible to 1 li<irou»lily
dr..in out the vi-nis v^•lle!l 11,,. annual
is bhd, and a l.-dihsli color, d unat-
tiMiliu'   caica's   will   be   111■ -     if suit.
AVale! ^l.o'llll be f.lVrn frei-lv l.!l to
Ul.- I line of slain l.li-r. .',- 'I 'v. i ps tho
1 einper.i t ure ii"'ii».:l aiel i "j.^ to
wash the i In I •■ i|...t|.'i f.*.' r,f the
sv-sti-m, te i.lni..; 1-" a i.n, '.' iidoi.-d
(-... i ass
'Ihe ' .. "e o'. fo.'lnals p'eVmi'i to
f-1.1 ur) I > r lias a ii,; ni.-. a I .|, i 11. i t on
1 he hi.pil'e' i|ii.' lii.es n! I'd- meat In
rm in1-i.. nee should an ai'ii".il belvil!-
>•(! j in ir .■ -i I in (i-'v iiif.r ri i','..; diive ,,t-
rifi'-r a i apid run alxui ! i," pasiuie.
'l'iw- Oi-1!. of an iiuin...' tha! has been
OM'i In ni ed is usual!,, of a pale color
end -..-iv ofliti develops a i-oiir or
j ii i L i*i f 1 odor v. it bin 1 hive or four
days alter h'-ing dri --ed T.ruisos
cause blood to.settle ln t hat poi Lion
ot the. body affi.-ct'i-d, presenting- -an
uninviting., appearance. aiul. 'often
ciiiis.-. tli'- loss di a considerable portion of the carcass. Therefore," a.thirty-six hour fusf.,, pl'-nt y of Water,'
t-an-f.il .handling, aial rest before
slaughter are all import a nt in Securing meat in the best coiidition for
,-USI- '-..'.
Auitr-:il!f-,Ti  Poionrrliil  rt.ee.
■ The l.'nit.-.l Slates I •epar'tmentf of
'Agr-ic.ilt iii-e has ree'-ntly gone over
ull the i-irfoi-i-i.iil ion it, has at hand-
concerning the perennial rye used in
Australia and New- 'Zealand, it can
find not liing.'that, marks  it as  in any
way different from tho perennial rye
grass us.-d cfimiiionly in l-.'.iigland aud
to a  lesser extent  in .this .-country.
Stow r.ony; (o Keep CIim-si-.
Ceesf! are lo'ng lived birds, not
ni'i'iving at maturity until their third
year and often living in the age of
thirty years.' I-'ight .wars, however,
la   long  enoujjh  to  l.'eep   thorn.
a r/.onFL Hcn;-:ouse.
Har!io:»   Ni> Vei mln—"Well  V>ntUa(«id   a.n.1
iVirin   In  Willi it,
'] he !:i->-l satisfai'toty henhous* I
have found i.s Iho t*i:o shovva ia th-'
.! i'jv'r. linn, savs a.n Oiango J'idJ
r.urmei- «liter it is mtelitied io «'■
lominodate '--OO hens The ceilings ;n
ii'-isliiig looms aie high, are arched
lo v.lthm thtee feet ol the l a-il-l'S,
liars afioiding atlditioni'.l an ^.put.-
Im the middle oi each "oiline is a l-'H
ii.ch giated aperture, with u w ood-n
i liimiii'v leading to the cupolas * 'I his
:oa'. s       yood      watilwtiun      without
Tl;.- house is lathed and plasiof-d
ibiuiighout and .'miahed Willi a iojI
.it i-eini-iit to prevvnl low Is pifo-lllj!
tbe plaster. Almost no woodwork
is i\p.jsed, and all lhat is so is
dri ssi-d and pa.nted., utiording no hui-
i,or for Vi'liiiin. The iloois of the
iou'.dauon walls' mv of cement, lui-
i,hed   smooth.-      1'oosts  ure   of   mov-
1 LOOK   PI.\"V   or   lUAHOl-'tE.
nble "> In '.', inch sas.safras, dressed,
ch.iipii'ied tuid painted, 'J'hey re^t on
wooden slrjps 1, b.v -1 inches, bolted
to    iron   blacki.-lS   111   the   Wall.
'I_h<- doors 1), from roosting room
:o ]jvh>g coiiipariineiii, a'e used only
pv/u-u c-leniiuig ilio rooms out, which
is done twice a week, i.and plaster
is tis.-d "on ilie Iloois, sprinkled rather thickly, making- eleaniag eusy and
ar   excelJeiit.   f.-rl iliV.ef. '
rl ho "laying rooio i.s almost dark,
the windows W, shown iu ihe picture,
being screened. The openings connecting the scratching shed with tho
oilier      coinpai tinents    are  8  by      IS
1 have used tin's model of a house
for many vears and haw never had
any discus.' among the. flocks and
have no diiiieulty willi vermin. 1 luring Wat in weather t hor coop is sprav-
ed about once a month as a preventive for vermin andfor iho health of
tin.   fowls.   The  tost   of  ihi.-,  building
is    belVli;011,       SITa    to   $'        i. .StolieS
iro.-u the fields are used in tho
cement work-. The principal advantage in tins over,the'cheaper .class of
b'iiMings. however, is, the hens, being
io-pi luiin during tin: coldest periods, \\tll continue Idv ing when eggs
aro   highcM.
Cru'.rs  for  ralteiiln; ClileUi'in."        '
I'iirniei s who intend to try the
ciute fattening of chicla-ns'tins .season should'' soon be thinking of
biiildiuij their crates. Those in use ut
the f bust ration J'oultrv Stations
■ ire o' leet long, Jfi inch.-s wide und
U<» < inches high, iiisldt; rneasiU'eirieiits.
lO.ich crate is .divided by two l ight
wiroden j.artitioiis into three corn-
part men! s, and each compartment
holds four chickens. The Iramo pieces
are '2 iiichoa will..- and sesVn-eitf-hlhs
inch thick. This frame is ioveivd
wiih slats, placed lengthwi.se ou
thrco sides—bottom, back and top—
and up-and-down m front. Tho slats
lor- the bottom aro seven-eighths inch
wide and live-eighths inch thick; the
back, top and float slats are the
same width, but only three-eighths
int-lt tint k. Tlie spaces between the
.sl.it s in front are- two inches wide to
enable the chickens to 'Iced from tho
trough. The bottom slats aro put H
inches apart, and tho slat nearest
the back of tin* crate i.s 12.> inches
from tlie corner piece. Tho bottom
sbu.s are raised two inches from the
bottom of the crate, to prevent tho
chickens' feet from being bruised
when the crate is placed on the
■■round The top blats are - inches
aipait anrl the back slats 3-i inches.
Tbe top slats are cut above each
partiiion, and six strips - inches
wide aro nailed under them. Thc
three doors so .formed aro hinged to
the  rear  corner  piece.
Th.- crates are placed on stands 16
piffles from the ground. Tlie droppings from the chickens arc received
on sand or other absoihent material.
A. light "V" tiongh,' 'I'i inches inside, is placed in front of each crate,
iiod is tarried on two brackets nailed
to the ends of the ci.ni-. Tho bottom
of tie- tioiigh is four inches above
ihe Moor, and tin- upper inside edge
is   two  billies  fioin  tlie crate.
.veillne ('lurfii- Alone.
The    practice    of     seeding   land   to
id. r\ ei   with  some small  giuin   crop is
Oliell lllllCI/.-d on Ihe Mij|i' tint i we
i|m not treat the valuable (lover
pii'iit ..s l.inlv 'tis we do the ordn.a.y
i i ops of Ihe f. 11 ni. s.ivs National
Si ot k.'i'an. '1 be l.i i ter uie given the
land ulor.e. J'.iil, if we stop to
think, lie- int.Usui i.s not well bas-
,ii, bi't.iiis.' coin, oats and potatoes
a ri animal1-, leipniing a .single sum-
!>.» i I o i .'...eh ibeic mat uriiy, while
ine common clover is a biennial, re-
i|.i icing- t vvo ,vears to. make full root
growth.-. If it were a 'mere annual it
would indeed be foolish to retard its
growth in its' lirst few months of
Iii'.-; tail if, is entirely, good practice.
!.o start these.liiennial, plants in a
small grain crop 'provided ihe latter
does in>i kill lliem by irsiiig all the
w;iter-  and   sunshine.
The  I-'iult Or<-liai-<J.
If a farmer has any., thought'of selling bis I'-irui, "lie is wise to plant a
good-apple orchard on it, says Ktiral
X.-vv Yorki-r. . Sncli an orchar,il with
a good 'i-epii. ill ion is beller tlhtlii a.
real estate ai'V-m, for' good fruit' i.s
11 t ogni/ed r-.s a salable asset, l-'.vi-n
to Si.e farmer who does not care to
be specially known as a fruit grower
a;1- apple orchard is a good investment •
For burns   use  eijuni  parts  of    lima
water and   linseed  or sweet oil.
THE BEEF NNG.       '
i r»rmci*   M*y   Harp   1V..U   .iK-al In -itim-
uiei--'I li« Antrual-KMIlHK untl Kt'ti H»«-
tiu'i--'lhu .\iiv.i.itu,j.'» «r <i Klri^.
Although live stock'is giown oil almost everv Canadian larin. the laru.'-
ei as a rule buds it verv dilik'iJi io
furnish his table with rio-.ii incut during tho iLumuer mouih's. Suit pork
and pouitiv ate in geiiei al uso. but
it is evident lhat a libera! supply ol
iresh beef would make tho problem oi
piepurmg meals imn.li easi.-r lur the
women or the boiiseiiolti, and ft'uiild
ensure a more wholr.SuJiie and pa|a--
tabi.- blJl-Ot-fiiJe loi the larnllv. 'J'be
av..-iage farmer i» several miles fiom
the nearest butcht-r, and would mid
lt both inconvenient and expensive to
send a lueiidjer ot the mniily to town
, every day or iv\o for fresh meat, <-s-
peeiullv us both men and horses aie
apt to Hud theii- time lully occupied.
Again tho faxsnei's family could not
consume a. be-f annual beioie it
would spoil, so lt is out of the question to ihiuk of killing his own. In
order to make the use of fresh meat
possible in cverv farm nume, 'even
dining summer months, the J-ive
Stock Commissioner. Ottawa, recommends the more goneiul tstablifclmient
ot beef nags, winch huve been .successfully carried oil for ictus Jn
aomo  sections  ol" Caiiatiii.
Heof Kings.— 'I'hrse rings aro not;
as the name might indicate, "trusts '
for iho control of the productioiicand
sale of beef, but are groups of farmers w'ho co-operate io supply then-
tables Willi, fresh meat dining the
s-.immci'. The rmg is usually composed o'f sixteen, iwentj or tweniy-four
members, although sometimes as
many us forty are enrolled. Kach
member agrees to supply one be.:f
animal during the summer, and in
ordor to give plenty of time for preparation, the members draw lots the
previous winter1"- to determine the
order in wliic-li tlK-y shall contribute,
animals. After tho di awing member^
may e.xchango numbers U ihe.v lind
it "mutually advantageous.. "1 wo
small  families  may,combine  for   one
The Animal.'—Tho .regulations us- -
ually provide tbat each member shall
supply a steer or heifer under thn-e
yours" old, sound, healthy , and in
good condition, ilies.sing from -100 to
500 pounds of beef, and grain-fed ior
at least six weeks previous lo killing. If an animal is not up to the
atandard it may bo rejected and tbo
owner compelled to supply another,
or it may be accepted at a lower
valuation, The decision in suth cases i.s left to the secretary -or a duly
uppoiiited committee of inspection.
Killing and Distribution.—A butcher is employed to kill mid cut up the
animals, the owner retaining the
head, heart, fat und bide. Tho
amount paid for killing and cutting
up a beast is usually $-' to $2..".U,
with an extra dollar if tlio butcher
makes delivery, which is not a general practice- Of course it is not
necessary ,to employ a profess.onal
butcher, but "a mun is rquired who
can do tho work neatly and well, and
cut up the carcase along the usual
hues and in the same way each lime
The buteheil provides a book 'foi
each member and hangs thereon tbo
portion for each family as the uii'.-
ihal is cut up.' 1-ueli member should
la.vo two meat bags wiih his name
on, so that one. of them may alvwivs
be at the. butcher shop ready io receive tho weekly portion, la the uso
Of somo rings each family gels only
one piece; in others a good piece of
the hind cpjaiter and an inferior
piece of tho fore quarter, or \ice
versa; in still others a member gets
a boiling piece, a toast and a piece
of steak each Week. 'I ho various
cuts aro numbered, und an accurate
record is kept by the butcher of the
quality arid weight of beef received
by each member, in this way it is
possible to arrange for each family
to receive approximately tho sumo
weight of meat, and iho sumo proportion of valuable and cheap cms
during thc season. At tho end of tlie
summer tho secretary of the organi-
yation furnishes each member with a
statement of the year's operations,
compiled from tho butcher's records.
As no two animals will havo boon of
the saifte weight, small bulances will
have to change hands in order to
equalize matters. As a. standard
juice is always agreed upon at. tbo
beginning of the season, suy five or
sit cents per pound, there are no
disputes at tho close. Members who
have received more beef than they
supply pay for the difference at the
price agreed upon; those whc. huve
put in more than they have received
are paid  in tiie same way.
The Advantages.—-Wherever it has
been tried this ss stein has given i-v-
cellent lesuliH, as is shown by tho
fact that it is ditlieult to gam admission to the rings, as thorn is no
inclination to drop out. Thc far-mots' wives nnd daughters are particularly well pleased, as the abundance of fie«--b meat at their command simplilies the question of providing suitable meals. Then the
farmers get their beef at the actual
cost paying no more for tbe best cuts
than they would for the cbeiipest
they could buy in retail. 1'nder the
operation of the beef ring each family
gets its portion tvithin a few hours
after killing, so.'that there is little
dillic.ulty in keeping the meat, fresh
for nearly a week. 'Ihe -usual method
is to use tbe steak a'ntl roast lirst,
and put the boiling piece into brine
or a refrigerator Until Heeded. ,
A  Few   Acre* Well  Tilled.
The hardest lesson to learn is that
a few acres well kept, in a high state
of cultivation are moro pro'ii'table
than more acres with somo neglect,
says Alva' Agee in National Stockman. Ninely-iiino farmers out of a
hundred will .say that they believes
this, but many of,us don't. Wo
don't mean to be untruthful, and
theoretically Ave accept the fact lhat
tho few acres and the V-st care pay,
but practically we ore afraid to trust
ourselves to the relatively- small
acreage of corn, of potatoes, of'vrlieat-
antt do more plowing. We count our
prospec.t by. acres—not by bushels.
Having tho big ■ acreage plowed, wo
neither, fertilize for a good v ield nor
give  the tillage a  big yield  deimwritot.
A P0[>,  .,,-,,
Bt^iriy   P'-t-rrrnl*    Ktiaguui
1 J|»ITt  Altitcii-..
t;rapes may be protected from various enemies.' such us black lot, in.l-
ilcvv birds..' msec is and fro.->i. by
buying thom Some hoi t a ull unsi s
sav'^to do this when ihe grapes aie
haVf giowu W H Haguu- i.-coui-
meiids that foi a thorough .-aleguaid
the sack should be' pl.ued ovei tbe
grape cluster beioie the voting gi.apes
are larger than bud .-hot lie *-»>s
a little dclu.V will olteii give tho
genus of disease und depredating U1*
b^cts an oppoitunity to plant i hem-
selves oa or m the newly lormed
li int. when Die sacks will lail to perform.' the good soi vice 'i-vp.-ited of
Grocers' nianila bags holding
about -one qiia.it (known us two
pound bags) are a suitable s./t'" for
most varieties ol giapos except thoso
bearing unusually large clusters. The
cut, showing the bag ready for pinning and tlie operation comple/.ed,
gives a good   idea  oi  the  veiy  simplo
SO 11
-.Sell      Oil
pr-Ocoss. The flaps on one sido are
pressed down, the Haps oi the other
side folded over, and tho whole is secured with pins, or the sack is .slip-
pod, over a grape cluster, and tho
neck of tho sack is tied round with a
bit of pliable wire. 'The .only pouit
is to adjust tlio sack about the stem
of the bunch so that neither rain,
Insects nor disease germs .can enter.
On properly trained vines sacking ,is
easily umd quickly done.
' Becauso of tho greater and moro
urn form warmth in bags the fruit in
thorn is usually earlier, larger and
bettfer than that of unsacked clusters.
Grapes that have been sacked are
always clean and iva, irom dust ami
smoko and.' being sound, may, bo allowed to remain for use much longer
on the vino than those not .sacked.
Indeed thoy may remain on the vino
until they aro in ' danger of being
frozen, and it is claimed, if cut when
dry and laid away in .n cool, well
ventilated room, with the sacks on",
iIhm may be kept for use for a long
time after grapes that were not
sacked are gone'.
Shado fur tlio Tolherod  Calf. „
Jt is all very well to tie a calf out
of doors where he can havo a bite of
gi oeii grass, but a shady spot to lie
down in is imperative. The ° sun
beating down upon an unprotected
calf greatly retards growth. If there
is no nutui-ul shade ut hand, me tho
device shown  in  the cut.  Two Slakes,
driven on a slant, support a square
frame of wood that is covered with
burlap, or any cheap cloth. Tie the
calf so lie can just reach the .shade,
but cannot taiigle tho rope about
tbe stakes. The stakes can be shitted to new ground in- a moment -w'hc.'i
it  is necessary to move the calf.
H..«  ar.tl   Wl.ru   t"   *«>»t-T1i«   «■"«  •>•>.!<*
r,,.«i»l l*-««   »■   I'-*" <'<»'*■'' *'">■"
jri'l  Ki-aiiH'i Iji-  '•" h-.-a..
(Jn -M-iv -1"1-* lllu i>om'*''on I'luit
Jnspei lo'"s met m the uiu.i.l.l at tbo
('enHat K'-P'-i 'imi.lal l- .u ■» ...l.l.U*--
cussed <oVer nop- The *..bj..t w..s
mlio'uinrd .   bv      -Mi-   Vv.     1   '-U.-n-m,
hollH-'UllUl 1st, Will) gave* bl-. e\pill-
cnCLi' with ditlert-iit plan's i: ' ' '
ibis pill pose and U;IJ what
Sldeled weie the pi un ij'-il
cover crops Jle said thai
pur tun-e oi a toVeimg i.n
in winter was Mionglv impi
hlinultei the vvmtii ol J -'■'■> '■'<; v»ln a
muilV tlees weie root kllhd at the
Central K.xperim. ntal J-'a-m. Smco
that time the subject had rt-o-ived
much attention by hm department.
Tho main uses ol the- 'cover imp afc
To bold ihe mow ,n while:- atul thus
protect tho roots ol the ti cC-s; to
furnish vegetable mat tor to plough
under in tho spring for ihe, purpose
of obtaining btiiuus and nitrogen;
and to act as a each crop'in autumn
to prevent leaching, c>'f plant 1'Ood
made available during tho summer,
lie recommended, as the bi.si general
ptactice for' grovveis, ei'ill ivat n.e t lie
soil until near of about jfhe middle
of duly when the trees have mado
most of their growth and do not need
SO   IllUCh   inoi-SlUie,    uiul    then    Seeding
down to Common or -ilummot'h lie.I
Clover sovVn broadcast ul the. i.ili.- of,,
1'2 potiiixls per acie or with Jlaiiy
Vetch at tho rate oi, do t'o -lu pounds,
per acre. Sown at that timo these
plants usually make a good covei by
autumn. At lia: Central Kxperunont-
al i-'ann Jlairv Vetch was sown on
.lime :81b. lib).'!, in drills 12S iuilu-s
apart at t be rate of -O pounds pi r
acre. These received two cultivations
and by the vnd of the lirst week of
August thc plants wen- meeting between the rows. By .sowing oa flier as
in this caso a better stand may be.
obtained and by cult ivation , mois-
turii is- conserved while tho plants
arc getting established. Twenty
pounds per acre sown in drills in this
way wero found quite suHicienr to
make a"good cover Tliere w'as practically no irljury from mice where
cover crops were used, as their depredations were prevented bv using
cither ordinary building paper or
wood veneers No fin it grower should
'neglect having 'ii cover crop as a liiie
bearing on-hard in bare soil might be
de.si ro.v <h1 which ' would have bc-ii
saved had there been, a cover crop,
l'roof of tiiis was furnished b.v the
great "freeze" iu Iv.m-x County in
The seed for the cover crop sho'ilcl
be sown, if possible, when thegiomul
i.s moist, as ,in the summer ihe seed
will germinate quickly it there is
moisture.'" After ihe sc"d is sown
the land should be rolled as this
will bring the moisture to thc surface
and about il.e seed and hasten germination. It is important .to get
growth started in good I im-' ns there,
is soinC't inn"\ a proliacto.l ilroiigh!
ia duly and August which prevents'
germination and spoils tho prospect
for a good cover crop In districts
where tne conservation of moist tin-
is important tbo cover crop" should
bo U'rned under ns soon as possible
in U'.e spring and in some part*;
plant-x which are i..u. a o.'v -itim-i-
are preferred'as tliere i.s no loss of
moiKturii through them in spring.
J.egumiiious pluiits nn-, on the whole,
best for cover crops as they take
nitrogen from ■" tho nir, but often
oats and rape aro used to good advantage.
A  tiooil IluU-hlntj (loop. .
To raise young chirks with greater success and less trouble, hen and'
Hist should .be placed in a quiet
spot. -For many' 'veai s u correspondent has used Willi gratiivn.g results movuble hatching coops about
^t feet wide. .", or (i feet iong and
3 8 inches high. About '2 feet of t he
rear end is closely boaich-d and roofed willi a  double la ver of barrel ste. v-'
■ i;-<'iis|\ a   l; , ,
v'-"' '.ii   1 .
A   stylo   of L.,
cum ri-on   u\,e   i ii
tia;.ii   bv       A;i    .'
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in. In ■-      in   si/ i  ,,
f -el   lung    J i\ o   ,,  ,,
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It   ;,iu lies    lo/l'       ( ,,-
Tbe    Sit'.-   p|( i | ^    v    ,
11 n l;i numb' i , ' ' ,
im lies ll.ii k. 1 k ...
taper   fi om   '.','  li,. i ,
to   I \  in'c)i..s iit   • , ,
li tO I - 1 lllli 11,. ,
the  lack,  and   Lie   ,
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der this am!  Inscib   y ,
I'oiu-     boa irk   i",   ,,
pla'-eil   on   eacli      ■  ,|,-
rack.    Tiie   m^t   b< , : .1
oro'-spieccs,      11.,-   I,-, r
equal  distunr.:;  up..;-
by d,  7   feet *J -in  i.,
one at each oiul  (.,-  ��   ,
bolted  to  tho  s.ioe .o ,-
the     top   boiu"i! . :
mado of hard   vvo.nl a-
inches     long,   w.th
Tbo side ni iiis/shoi.i./
Ollii-r bard wo i*,l. b ,'
be  of spruce     or pit,,
aro  bujled   nc;ir  tie <
pieces and     ust   ag.>
pieces nt   the   end.   I',-,
four holts  v'vii it*li   hold  -.    , ,.".
the   rac'!:   nia.v   b.-»   i-t.o. ." i .[^
to  s^ave  room  in   sioi,.   ■
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Ducks Are .Most Vrofltablo   I'otiltry.
I believe .there is greater profit and
quicker returns from ducks than any
other fowl, writes, Mrs. llelene Hough
in Orange Judd Farmer. The others
aro all good, but ducks take the lead.
1 set 12 eggs and got ten ducks, and
thoy grew v<:ry rapidly. I gave them
bread and milk, ground wheat and
bran made rather wet. I always put
ia a pan of water, as 1 notice thoy
cannot  swallow   well   without   water.
I filled a little pond wiih Several
buckets of water and the ducks swam
tliere every day and caught flies.
'J'hey grow very fast. 1 feed them
night' and morning with barley ami
wheat placed in a dish of water. It
is best not to h-t the small ducks
have any more water than enough to
put their bills in. I hear people say
it i.s impossible to raise geese and
ducks without a pond of water, but
1 have dono so sovoral different \ears.
tlreen   food fur Hens.
People who had alfalfa, hay for
their liens during tho winter report
great results and benefits from it.
Next to alfalfa or clover hay as a
green food for'hens are tlio .mangel
beets, of which the largo white mangel wiirzel is the best variety. The
hens liko thorn, and lln-y. can bo
grown in largo quantities oir-'u very
limited space, 'J'hey are good feed,
good for egg production and far
ahead of cabbage, 'turnips or beets.
.Look out for having some of these,
even though you may have .some
alfalfa. A few of,the mangels mixed
ih aro very benelicial unci • are graciously received by the liens.—J-'eatber.
es, which shed the rain (pule well.
Tho sides aro closed with narrow
strips or laths 1 inch apart. Of like
material and in the .sitmo sljle, a
well-fitting movable lid is made for
tlie remainder of lop. The front has
a sliding board, to ojirn or ri'o-.o the
coop, and through which small basins
containing water and lood are set.
into the mclosuro. 'J'hf nest is made
under the tightly covered part of tho
coop. As a further protection
against skunks, etc., a 0 or S-inch
board is laid flat and close to eai.h
side of  the  coop.
Killing   Thistles.
The common methods of killing
out Canadian thistle were tested at
the North Dakota station last year,
and tbe greatest success was obtained by frequently cutting the plants.
A plot of about five square'rods was
cut over intervals of four to seven
days during the season. Twenty
throe cuttings woro made, aft.iT
which the plants, had decreased from
2,000  lb 15, ..'..'
Tho Succfsisriil  runner.
Successful fanners must be business men. sa>s American Agriculturist. Tin-re is no moie reason why
they shovlci succeed with careless methods Hum should tlio inanuiactui er.
It is just as important that tho
farmer know bow much it costs him
to raiso a hog and to caro lor a
horso or produce a bushel of corn or
oats as it is for the wagon maker
to know what it-costs to nianufac-
JLuro a Wagon. When this par if of
the business isflooked after -more
carefully, there will bo less'-foundation for, .complaints' of unprolituble
seasons, mortgaged farms and the
unprofitableness , of agriculture in
Cost of Kit|»!nc UcBt.M.
A largo grower in New York State
estimates the cost of stock bt.-e(,<- 0r
mangels at, 3 to 5 cents per bushel,
says American Cultivator-. The soil
is ' deep and fertile, and tho crop
average him nearly 3 ,;"()0 bushels.
at. a cost of about $">0 per acre. As
a food for cows,, ewes uiul swine wjtli
young bo ostiinntes tlio value at '20
cents per bushel.
ICxpoi-lnicnlg |,i iMotrln^.
Deep plowing gave the largest
yield of .sugar beets and winter
wheat in some French , experiments,
but-shallow {viewing Boomed-heist for
epfing  wheat,
Two I'm .^i. for IJ-,,1! I'., tit
The dull a nil dry ap;i'ai.tij m
,tion of butter l'nav l.u .. - -„|...
tbo presence of un vv, - .„,.■
properly incoi-poi-atcd, .r , si
to tho treatment ih.- I M ,.v
during tlie ihliumi'.h i "-" [',• .
dull appear OIK'..' i- <■ • • ,. .,
the waier has Ik-'u . i " ,,•_.
ing the churns tsg or .' * _ , -.
ill;; pl'ucoss,' l'wu'igh t-- -' •, ,',
ing m the buu i nii'li. ..i . • ,-
water. W her.- I n. - i : ,.■ .- ,' ■
tiio t lea I liiei.t din i' " . .„,'.
I uring proi i-',-> t.': ' d i ' - , „
by   chin mug   i»t   v.-''
l Ul'"'.    Slich    si)j'.    but i'i     '.il
a  high  inoist u i<-  i-.'in. :,'    I- - j
deal  of  fat   is "Just   m        ■   ., i >
or  by ovv'rwot'kmg   ir-   ;, ,M I'
ciulbi"-s   is   bl-aiighl   ai.^      ' i
Oi el IV orki'd    it    vv ill     ,.-.'  -i   :
tain  \i rv   lit tb'  in,'.   ' .-t    i , .-a
appeanuu-e  miliv   b'' W ■' t'-.' 'u.',
ing an <-.\f i- ■
1 t     ih'JS       bet Ol'VS    '.    i   U    ,] ']'.',:
dili'-i-cui i,-ii e !#i'i\iei". I,.'•,! ,w.„,
:ng nuic'h and lit i le - i'i ■' '
onlv v\a.\ kiiu'.ni :./ d.s- ,.-ivi|!
t wo .|.in\|s of ilul! '..ilr-' '.■,;.',..,■;
special test is to -a-,.p.. ,: ■.,:;'
bulii'i- ti'ief in a o-i tb -in ":s;.'„
l'.oih samph-s v .,'. I,']"-..: .'!■-
'J'be  back   ol   sho   Hi"  v. .1   -'i!
..i.' r-...'      i i  -   • '       '      *      '
drawn. 'I he chill i1' '■ ■'■ ■' ,: r'
shows st ielvini-s-i o'i du'.. :".'
trier when cliawn n .' i.'^ :
shrivel or roll on ' i" '-' - -,a
hcis luen <>v ei vv ori.e,! \n .•■. .u".
ter ts mashed • b.-tw.. '- ;.. !. -">"'
does i,ot seem I o mi!I ^ ■'
but as-.umes moro u' .i .K'
appearance. When a pi .^ '
drawn with a trier is I 0' "• ''-j
and evamined li'.1 ends
been broken Will a pi • .0 .1' ^3rl
dull, similar t o ■•< !'ll-(' " : "
has Ik i'ii rh.'U vd for avvl, ■ , '•l
si ici.v to so  gte.it  an c-
If llie dulhu-ss is duo • . ' *v
sive amount oi moistm. ii . l
cult and in sc^m." cas.-s ■■" n -1'1
draw a whole :rier>ul m ''''',a
I ime The  I .ut t''r     w ''    "■ ';
shrivel  on Dot h  titles oi  ' t ■ 1- '■
Cii'.riem on tho I'.o in
' The gi"'' en Ju-n, both •' ^
and oi'iinmenUi! biiii. >>'•>'• ••
plai-.i mi r'.rry farm. '' ' u\' '
lection usually nmde ag.ui- '- '•■ ;
t heir noisv o ." '
' ace ust.-'ml^
their p, culiar music and hankies i!, or disv.-eaKls it on ...'V.'1
their many fleriiiuhie q'i->111 ''■* ''
aie ailrailiv-e to tho sight, nn*;
in th.-ir habits and uct.oi.s ,>"1-
maiiy their II, "-.li and my it'1' u
sid' led   superior  art n
Tlieii*   Ilesh   i;t
that   of tho    [irair "
<;ggs  mo   fully   <'([■ ■'
inim.mil      chicken,   d-i!'''11
having   a   h'Sri    quant '■' _   '
'I hov     begin     to   h'.v   l! ''
spring  ilnvs,   llep<i.>:l i''     !f'
anv   i onvi-nieitS-   hen's   '-
when   vegetation      is   ml'
secrete   their   m-sls,   vv 1 ."'
found    to   contain     I"1''1,1
<•»as   each.    Sonic   of   ,1-''-1
choo'i' inilivirhijil  nest'i ainl^
arc  kept   with   tiu-m  tt   i"*
the caso  that guineas will
bv    them,    four   weeks   hem
to hatch  boili .^orls of e('i-
Guineas  usiiDlly   hatch  tn.'!
about   tlio   las I   of   .lul.V   l    ' ' ,
no   en io   or    attention   if   u
si.mcient   run       The    mot.   '
.this timo is vei-y -shy and if «»
nf that you yc
on   acoui't   or
(hie    -soon    he tomes
rl."   el  il '
rlruk   "'1  ""'
],., '„ >r
• o   i' .■'.'
11 .1 1 1
I i
be    hy n cr blent     -.'"- ....-- .
clost'l'v followed b.Y her l>'-*,;"!,0.,-|i|
or more -chicks. Their food'"- !
time consists entirely , of uif'>lvy
.which- they (IcsLi'o.V KUi;pn';"uj 'J
bi'-r's.f Ono morning in. -^''I1'''"',",,,] |1
■ youngpgiiinotifl wero shut c^ 1
cleaning them , .their crops .weff ^ I
completelv eritmided. -witli !'. _
liopiiersp each crop coiitnin'uv' ^,f
than,hqlf a pi «t.—American -M.
To Tell a Pullet. From a ir,'n'   .  ,«
'■It  is  so-met-iriies   (lillicult to J1' (]|
pullet frdm   a   la-n,   especially n
juillet is nearly uui.tured,. st'.v-'   ',,,.
ers'   Advocate.    The  hen  "!',ml0rt|1y
tho    scale     on    tho    legs . m"'" 1);l|l
rough,   and     bIio   lm3   a   sn<)»-
rougli,   rind     Blio   nits   '-   •"  . tpl
sjuir.' - 'J'be underbill is -^llf "" yj
comb thick niul rough to tlm f, „J
Tho pullet only shows s'tf11" ol A |inil|
her legs aro .smooth, comb l ' J
frco from rougliness, bill phau"
claws uhort und  tender. IP
•'tn p.;
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pappe.ii- |'ibn
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sb.bp', ..>-' .,., ,-,,,, .',•■■,...,.,-, | .   Captain .Ivor
j.n'& the Good Work Dodd's'
Kidneyffills are Doing.    ;
>-*fef7i7i.C?'f>^*™ivi">Hi:-i-*LP   *«J  N.
:f rf r - 'r^'^-d^-'i-T^-C '■•' ^"i •''-1' ^ •■:    i
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if - .>c.1'..:(';.,'ci in !;•■'. to' Al.'-'iff'pp,' l p., p Uy f pp.';} -,, ."'if I vP.-!S'.<l'n ' .,) a pat;,.--,!- ^ 1 am-'!before
,;J,.su--   ip''t-ii'i-.'.i.-''.,  ile;'    |>o-jV.'iirtpio:j. oi  ,,-"•) hii f I'm.', f-.A r; ivlr';', lifp p;.\ ii'ibb-d    to PuO'.P
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ppTppp '-'ii-'I'y! vvhi'r .*-.;■, .'.,. -■ p   "   p;.  -      f ' •■; irhi-p ,. ;,;',   ■,'■!"' ■'"   ' '  ■,   ... ,'■ '■ 'a-!'", '■ .'•■
;j-    'ifi'ie  K;'jrrt.plpy>-n-'''Sout-i'^ ;.; beP,-v:,-b "1 eat; Ails...   Siej)-.' wh...
'■|'-.W';lVo""ief !f--P,i?ii"a-v.!   pip 'oll-V.Pl ,pf  ;y ;l p.-   ppW.ipA.;  api.i  w'up buried -at,. Lewi-si/'
f | licit  ■ Hcoi.ch   r.Aim.-iit   i'V.-\.'■', sti'i 'aOlieiTJ vv'.-v-.';;, ; he   .).n]yaj.-!i:;t I.e'.-' p'u/v i-d riper ... Pa;,,'
t'li.jp latter ';..'..'v.--ii..,.;    ■'■' ,''•'.'   .      ' ■] .Ipijg'iu r;;{,,,'    lii-r .:';fa-a'v,-;f5 '7*i,     /'""'"..''.
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t]i,.;-pp.r ll"''."«'ll)W!»'
-; ■'   :,''i?ii,i'r.".-.'■''' -'■'-ff'A.f-
Kee'tK-ii- i'uroi*,
,>l a11.^011 ,,t; ^ |j.^ 'xc,j-vve-
fiiiiiiffbaifk\,Fio,,.:;, vvhrvfinufj,,^,,^^.^
hlpvqSMTto Soutj,, AJ-ijicii.-'has i„y«.|,t:
ed-fa.  iiovel and- in-eaiihis fineflmd if.
SiPlipinga le;tk4rse^,:wrlteHfourf(,'aIitf
.     .,. , ,  ,   .'vvfJay.-fto,; Ci.ii"».ti;''.T:ct:\vn4 tliV"-l-'4o-:.i •.o'\iV»fri-
af i,w.i€ln'n'g. bfafoifg.odfton'ilic   '   "    "'■■"■""  '
■y .ps' a fPrv,<J,us"; dj sf?a se
fpy-irii/lreisf- fUherefarg
Ipiifif'...y/f-piiieii., it ;i.i.ia.y
;c!r"'' a
s a.   .a,- -i, ;,.* i;,icnMi; •- .-■■■ Ayti;   <>ej vedf slie 15«Sj-ang	
3itv -:-ft'!>v. yyyiyyy • v-*'■-.-1- y.-T- ••■".;':■ '"fff fiff'o:'*ty'^fla^:uf. .wiiiiih-'iet. hi
iaiK:p.:iA"cau--^a.V?'-^Dspr^ut^.D ; M^fWatfl-rfal. thofi'iuo ,>f:'siXPikhos. ah
pf ,[pi\.- -'If!'.  -AVl!,lia'Ri'S..-'f   J. IIIK ,. aaa'    a ... a- -p.-   ■':' a.    ,';      ,-•.■■■■;•„;....-|v. ,.;.;.,     .p.p.
n;]-,V''rv,]'is;-■•fill; v'lvti.; ve)n^'f^.ith ^./fff:-^11.!/ liands^vrerof kc>pt;';atpthofputiVris
W"tho ffh^rv^.t'^ia^-JfA^tlief^ 	
vi el i::-'-':M:i';s.f fi';»'npiui.(;f,;:foi.!.''■/,. -j,^	
■i,;pppa,;f;i')i,p'.;,;-tiills fhinvailr.p
ff i>:,ar ii'ilA'■■'ei'i'.reii'.il'ier*-'Ui'iiigh'-i-,.-      .   ,, ■      ., .,..■■ ,.   ,;J, ,..,-,      „ ,, ....  ■
Pi-'yii frui'l'rmvib;:1'^
'^-"'i"i.^-:'-'fi Vi.i itvvo i'V; ;vv 'i't'i'i;-if "n:A-'.i'xl ».»i;ie"-. ^.''.f-?-\- ''l|a' f1'*1 ?.-Mf ^^'M','^>'-ffs,o;-,.iub f"li ad- ",:.ri.-eo u rbtf;-
Af'fA i;, ' yyi.yy;,f'(fn-(.,;pf^
iif' -;('i-. adioidAivyAd^ cdu^truetiHl fn ■-. gri'ttti-f.vvii.tWrp'roclf:
vi-Sfji-lf di-oyeflap
 ?t«;y;'fOf 1 III 1 c* 1--fwc-iVicpi-<J';11 -iit':Vii 1" Matt-i
.iK5!iK foilmhailialf tiie'' leitJpaw'asf.gelUii^'f
1-   Tl.01.1n,   Uu.ulcy   one   oi ftl.;;    many
■V,.Who   K..,..i,t -HejUtl. I., ihu  ^„lt   <,aui.
'..   Oliiu KUr.ty KWiici'i-p   fa ":■■ :'■'.<. ,'■;•',,..";-...
■ Sjlver: Water, f;ilaniiouliu, "Island''
Auly,l!o, (Special iP-Kvery^parL-of
< .muobt .■SWiiti-.t>f.be,teSLi.Yyi.ny.:.'t:o.'thij"
Rood /■ w-bf-k.:, I.ioibi's :' Kfidnev-iViJiii. y r(v
::Mamtoui.n,Ishuub should-not do Iier
.pari,.- .fjlniiy"-.a-fma 1,' and', wolnaivfheref
.bh-tees/tbeni for, achr-S'i-el-ievf-rt 0nd
hc;al.tb restored. ■-aTako"'for : instance
!f}'f,ff'ca-*^';qi iiMrsffif'i'hbiriaS, Uu-mleV.
'hhe;:.say!-;;p-: "i :■■■;.■'<"'." " .-•' ■ iiy- '-. -Vi-;": "fp A:
.'f'fl dpt:.!oi-'iHl for;years'; andf/lid.aTibt
seem "to /get, ah'yfiietierf' It jjeemedf to'
're friiy; kisirieys Xbai" was: the trouhlo
I ""'"J  Tluu-.n   l-'i.e ' cf'li-i-gv.raenf,  'tJeiveii.
yrs  mill  IViiviil.ere «r   1'!..««uti-.    	
f ''l'-:-gviueii i.ii great upmbej-s■■.ry!ii:'ri;k„
'in..' the'se -day.s .iupoii Uu:.1 cl'ilii.-r.Ti v.- 'of f in-'f
-      -'"-.- .     i   ..-'■■'■', .       -       ■■ '.    ' ' '    ',       " ■':    -O   ': , '..'
teresiing . Mlldiebye^,, ' mVleti'f ijap;-^ off
ch,awii'ig,,.iii'idieiii-('S;"'" Jn' ;'Xew,; .York /n
latefeensusiiHlit-atosThK'.AiKil'^e' rath/,;
of pi'iiu'latiofi titteinihigfdivine fworsliipf
bdili dif ;ltomaii l.",atiioi:e aud' in' I,'ron.'s-f
i'a'ht, clnit;,f^
cl:uii<-n1al forfa-riewlful,.', V)ht'..-\-iiii'.-:,at'U:-iiy."
■imnffof people'sot^iis '"hiirilyrftpf'gain!•"
Sensatioiiff and failveriiseihtiitff'ii'Ue'in|-tt''
the probknh'pbyit .the" desiredf'i'esnitsf
ffio  hot .scjfjnvpto,-;fi>llQAv,."'Str;Ui^ef and';
\P t larawiiy rsubjectsif fdof;hot.f'sl-srile,ffthef
"clergynieu '('Iri'if'p' bjf
eiithusiasiiip:i,hd;.ft;ikeM-oiv: pg«^i.ifiist:y
..'.; S. ..itj'g"-
:V^7:" i-o ''fTvhA^if1:^*! >F'te|f'!»''':I"ot;tif.ioii£^vifxffeet:
'' :Sf7- 'liVf'i dydd off"'who ff.itftcjiivl'-q.Al'1<flf-:,i-,>rf-ftiV^-Vi.is'for,:,tiit-li IcA'iio-a \yj-i:W"tli-'iivv-'n.
'iii-iftl -iniA^hh^^
W;-.jiiyy<f vo 'giviiifitci:"■ rhv;ff;\Vi i-"ff open' tiiuifeahovS' w:;i.t.ei-.aho<'jjacif,xMnt vi
1 ikuiyfyy^. -i.M^fFf^lsT^.ff.t.w^ 4hofop-fortutiiiv ob eoiii-
f^ifVf-i •'.   .-I-l Cl 111.-- VlllV>t--t,UVa SUB ........    ,--.;- a   ■ -,-r -.:-;-:-;..- ■..,•■-■-,•..... a ...  : :„--■■■■ ...v. ■- -,.-,.■ .-.,...
... Miy<fi^
|fff;fiiA'jf ;gf.,ifi,:>;rsayOfiffvvfl.|:affUdpfii'-e.vA.^
i^i'^-Siffesly;;!'Iili^ fiiflt^
pV««if,!,fiip.,.bf ■ tha .irb^WC-?y^
|f f v;. HyipA'f q.' if; *! t fff:.] :U l] sif a^^
ifi;fap,|orif ^.tfffsfi Ui?f f^ahyc>,.f ;li^
'fp; ^"^t-^14l!ff p'^p^'^fifib^
aipw-frtmsmismt -cfSiht-raii-; -j.'.-   -v,'-,-'"-, •■. ■ .-■,.'-■...-..,.'-v'.■=.'■;-'-,- -i-:;..- --.- i- y-:y. ■■■',
'ifeojile^'abn -the''fvfti'iift'v^tfjl.-11^?.^f>iVfi.h.tr'.ljVi^'i-f-ijisid'r-t.ll't"",: >y.ii'tetfoti'tjcreti-.'
pry ff boxv: ".'■ Sold fby, ifiPi i\ |; -iuftl- f^oyv-ifoi.l,-'" Ifim."'.'" 1 »iit.' lie'! "\>*,a'is..",!Ui':itw;n-"-i
;■ mp-s7.v;r^;^
f'K'si>i'ess.f"ff,;":fff '■ ;7f■■■'"■ '■•'■!"• '"-iy- A-- -.'-.-; ■;;■■■ ■-'/'(.'-.
,so t UimightfthaiAl woiild  try fDodd's.''".."..'.' y ' '  ■, i   -   -f
fKJdney I'illspibd'th'eyihvlilecb iuofveryp.|,00^k'v: ^7'^:
rinucii.-   ;,."<: iriy.yy■;;■■■ y■-] yyiii. Teiithusiasnipapd/ft
'.:.-. - .1- caiuiot |Kay .JiovV. iuaiiy. I^fijave,;/
takeuaasfjay alioilseaisf rieyer-fw-i'lh
^'fV^i'^l-fw'leiicvcr flf.Upiiflf f."-.i,rl,:'.jf;-iiij'l']..t;-:-'\V-1jo;-.(.'ii^T.Vf-tli'r;"''.ss'tiiii'hii.ud-i^Tic'Ji'-i;' 'iiii-ff''Uio
''!?,.,!?.^:A^a>-,.h.,1^^''5 llfertTa.kp /'^fi\b.f;iippreciatiyq'i-esponsil- if^piA
(, Niiwspiipersff byf:lligf-1111111011 -U'llftli'tr''
GbiiEd Mot Eat;.6!*.!;Wdpk-fowdfi{-S;'and   t^ulck   Cures
fyyofi n'o,-''.AvaiSq'.LastingfCu
.. <ffy
,.m..       uco-in a;; wfhrie;   l-'fiiid ■: Uveinf-a
•spk'iitlh'tf'n),t'tlicine: v.v,fhave,,:hiui!l\'"	
aTiod "d '.syJKi d it'ey 'I'i n^i are'' 'the: fereat-
vrori^'sffnevv^ff^implc'iVvvitifi tic-tibii iam
^t-Tahiiivfhaahcirieffq'fiheiagtCi 'lle^
caifv b(;f i;iki;.,rfb'va ybungf or .plVlifwi^^^^^^
IK-rfectf Si.fetya- f-i.'l-jyy; cure {afli'a kidheyf pishes ,.uo,f livneei-: npike ..readip-s: ;shiiddei-.
.n'-s's-.'.'qf ■'..tl.ft: i.iM-es«atf;|!uyfspi:\nga:'fi;oin
"bad. fkiJiaeys^-f/f'. y\yy yyiy'd'-iii":■'. y-yy-:
...-i'A'ei-y ft.u.i,-, j-h'f'-bvee „.i:ia/w'psbwl,f a hi
;t-S{i<i<fp(Ui(;,beti;ipppreUi-'J.!|'ir,". | j),;' ' | nui.;e!Vs
'Ai'i 1 'Ulf!■i,t'ii.:'.'..g,b'ij'e'!f;'ufv;.rir.-,-'vv,i'),l.i  c;.p'ld'.-'Ct''ea.lii i
.l:..',JiCo:/bi:u:5-:iyp'.faapf; pj'iis-.aalggesl.ii.ii;
ispfci.ii'.'Avi.d-; ",\yii'i.'.'.»-.job; be--si iv't'i^-th'en-;
.I'tlvaptl ."Ju;mr.. fa.   .';"-',: a': ''•"','": P'".i-   .faa.'a.
MmardfSf Iiiiiieii^fGiirivDiiiiieri ■"
riti :.•';:;
f [f> ipa.\Vi 11 iWnife ff Jled i'c: utf
]'i'i,'!"d ii'..y'..,j'>--i'i'){;''■■,i;.'*^
..otilf icy of iniivps1-;
■ t, !.-■-: i.rp-enfti lif^a. rouyw-
a -, -j y .■;.) j besffct ry f;: l.as'ii-
iyf.-iipp-n'ppjicai Loh 'c-f
;v'i: f ■tbf-'t,|ie"fWjiKh'
Pp a cu fcnpry.,
a';:.ift.i.i'tp,iifs->-'l;.;,/:i.'si..;,. j'i
,ff'':"''"" " - - iiH T.°f Slid it,-'. Xc >vv:; Y o rk-t'fi'";: ;;ff f...; i
fff'U-.FHleei'eiyfaliop.o" lliitt f tallica jiofgots;
■..a..'"lHi*''tle'f-.,'fk>''.:al'ic.fff;siVb..w8>.i;fXii'u a
f1hi>tgpbrf tw-^ll!!:-';t!i<>.fh;oti>l tliiii'^'-asitid!!
;Feh\:f Tarmiiii f of-ff'hicagppa,"IfpimV iif
patriotic-fphic'ii'ioii'ii,„,'iu,iii---. fl"-. vva.htf- tbf
fsoof ■t,l:a'l;,big tiew- liptelf cr.eetetl th-itf isf;
:ifcl;Hr;hvVk(Mi'-iaboiH-no\vJvv;';pff:f.ff!a.fa.n^ ff
■■'■ -a'"-'?!'.!^.^!:'**■' IS.-JV-frlioi^.-'*-''n".'-i!fi .•.l>u..i'Icl. i'li.e.-niostfj
nps ."and fp.u»yer
tor- • ch'.i PP'-cl
-,,fp\f" .eaiiVt)!)*/
:n'i-ou'hdrfi'.htif; fff(Hn'lVf;Af-n.utileifi»>:ffdrai.'-
pifVip.t;jJ jf'et! iirtipspil, ca.ii,iobc ff opd pit
iiii, ,i.,U|ICipVf'iVlp':i1\ e?-:ri-ne;,:;-p7:''' .' '*-'"a''-sa pf
:, lio longer.., to, s(,ii!, tliehiifiis ..'o'tv. yovpH Ity
wc-i'if iiisiruSted -in Tii:s't.ters as''ilipy. Xdf
'':butlfdi;fiieult;(|o,fii!tei;est.   .I-'orm'ei-lyf.thuf
traveled a; l'nanf..fwjis pi hefpjbyf. of-'',''his;.'
1'ri<-iqs:^;>vdia-aa)r.fsoinn-:t;o fha've ti'iivf;
(•leilifand ;f(iw-fvvillflistienff l-*cirirtc*rly,;tftiV'!.
,,ybll^gcvgraclti;it,o,.wasf:iS eeuU't-' b'ffih'tcr^-
pst-fand ;inl!'i]C?u<*e.;a Xovv; eollego  mcnf
'lVioi'l'yf/llVe.f.bby. ■.■loo|:'c-n,f-V^
lego, dttys ;aiid;wt>ii(h..i-e;if^tatho'"hiystief
lifi'e hi) hoped ftoffUVeff!-^;o^f tiiatff'i« fail
lived iiiiir^xpe'riehifed" in,-the iipt'-ifiiiarai'
j ;tory ^ehoolfaiHi-t!!!;, bbyfgiies'fsiiit'tniiiy.
Tort!i to'the ui-iiveriijty--VyithAio-siiiilofi,
AijjOh jhlsafacofAt; fxoliy''f yourh-fliiird to,,
aiiterest.: fTleffalsb ijefo'ngf:-;.-^''".'.ihepfsriti-i-f-
:.;'.' t edf i i gbff a ii il;;".'tl 1 is f iii a j> ds. if 1 n bve. di f li -f
p ."Phis case c>f "Mir; '.Barker ��� well  illiis--
-tra.i.os;:thc 'way f inf' which, Ib*p Chafje'ifi'
^OrybTfobd fcun/'sf head a dies, 'ff, if- yy.
;'afJIoftripcl.fthe;so-called',■''jjVii.cli cu.vesf'f
; first,   but' w'itbout ^btajinngf.benbnt.
Jt-psafa  .well ■„' known,,. jfactfibiiat'SiK-h
reriibclies:when;they dofbririg; tihiipbr-f
■ary -relief, tfoffsof ;vvith ' af:': tri-niehtlo'Us
Avastc-..fti.f^'iior'voi.'fo'r^a-'-'a^id. fcbnseipien,],,
fin jury ;to;'"tlve, systemf'ff; ffff.-f'-f ■;..■, 'f-. -iff
f a]jr;'1'(.'harie.'s ^f-NorvcfflAiOcl .,c-ur<-s  by
cbrjchihg',, tViO, lilboii.ff v'iUili/i.iVg ff .tli'e
11 erv'c:si.f and '.bu 1Sdin|> ■ 110" il lie   sy fivu 1;.,
Iff ea.tl aches-a si wel 1 f as itijl.. <! the r' sy 11 ri »-
tbtiis of an exhausted f.syst.ei.ip'clisitp-
pe-ar fbefore .its;-itinui::ncea;f 'pi iiii eure-S-
lafstihg;iibcauKe '|tarenltiVfesf the cause'
fofHUie/trpuble'Ap ftf..'f'-aff';:'!■ f ■':;. a/fi"'! Aif'i!
:?iltf.f (I.fliarbcr,'' Si 1 ncoe, f-dh.'..,;f'wri'ti's.-/
.did; modi cine. ;T ;-iv-as'ftfi'oubJ^dpf(>''"a;
long.; ftinio t with    headaches,, f - which
.wpiildf-coinc' piiif a;b,6utA'«»'p'ce. ■ rt:a week
vvHJipsiiefe'yibl'eiice ftha;t ,'i;'.,could f-ifot-
oat'f or^db'-'rnya work,,, :.I, ti'ii:id;ffhjf-ad-
'4i-jhef povvclersf aiiitl.-fciitick .c.iires.p;. \v'!n<,'h
;.d,id.;f*iofgi>od-''faf-tt,,fpp;,':'f ff!-;' /,;'- '.  'y ';■■,.'-!
■sik .boxes of ThpfChasefsaKervfeal'ppd,/
;  A'■ .id: t',la 1-Ti 11 1..' tf'ST l.V la'S",I>SSf!-1'
llt-Ss: ai-.Vin.-^' f -I'i"..|!.t--:;".li*vpi''eili',v'a i> -.of -:! lie   i.,XJ-
,.-re!;i>ry'";.11 ir^liiis' !... .','p!:.,-r-fiii'i-;iii;>.i.;ih,..;.i1.v,..f.,.I.>.'it1ii;.s
i'«:*giiia'r!v'-''.,'lr-iiiiV.'..c.t'.uil rilf.ifjifii-~.~^rtf.=^=---,,--.-'U- .   . .   -,.    .                 .   .,. 	
■silS.v'A.ajbsRv]'^ tipon.to?
,lir!i'.e;|l.li((-. 'a-Vv.-s..! ennniout'.ile'il  tliuf.' ,-i>! l a in      --..■.•,.■,'.,"■'-■ ,-/,'■ -' -,"'. i ■-.■.-'"'■:■' "r-    i;---,.;
ingl-p:|i,-.i]sp iii ./.Uieapppi^.s-'^^^^
 ''-s.i nii'ost'i.to-'satiat.ibiif.;. afi.f-ffAa A-.. p'pAfi
>u. I'qJi'rtcK ,.:.it(iil-piiyi","'.ti'{i.)rt,, ;i In- -Ijmv el>-  t-r,"";
i ua roniov.. ,-,i'ii.'iV .i.i.o.rpo-.-'..' a^ti'.'|. fa pen-;.,.' '\ l|i-m
to,, ;'Tf,»|y.:r fn.pi.:jua' ■'-,.;' Many,' '-l.hh-i(s'.fii.uis   nn:'
1»r<■• |«a r■«,-1If.;/*/> ^ifsc-0. i-■'l.esi-ire.oriy .t'cy; lUi'ha power:
.:'s.jil-'(:t....'..'.,':.■" .,.■"■;■..;.■•-■' .-';■ f,;p-: ■'■-:: ■':•■■ i ".■:"..'':'v
,7)Vhe:i ;;t ;iic;i.;ire.fpi:a beu^oiai.pis' iaildeit
ti'ifa'ivy'f'lot.itiii.v cufp-i's-aiii i.i if Hh'.bni df; be!
di'-cij-i|ii;.I .if-i 11'f-; .si,i.ii\v!y;V..:'ia'i: 1 s,iri\ iii ly; '•■stir-:
ring,or I.,-ii t'U'g yo,pre\:i:uit fyurdiing. '..':■
■MiiiarllUiiiMt,dC!iris parser ia- Cows.;
raagiiHieeiitduiidb hiAlio-'WOi-id right oa'
the',.Giih:tf^o!;h\l'-.vi! ,frobl.; 'Aff blgipieco; bf!
j '.;.f i-i'-r' ;> i> r i>i>ji'r tf^if vj|s ,-.';'o.vi'-i t <**1'";"': by... ■, ri. -. ^ti-l "i i <'iv isof '^s* 0 :>.l'-
if^sta'tefifhiiin. i'vv-'bi fiuis'-'siiggestc'(llf.th:it
f!pffffj'bbmiA«ubf^ iV-anbigitn- :v:» \
- '■■:■■; --,i ■ ni>*;f lli IS^f S-i lytysflliiii? I'sCp-w iubh;!----- li o-;; t Is i ii k.s,£
'. .'roffi'i-mcip'!'":;., fs'Ui .■■■.eon i fc-oyer, it pit;
n'igl:it"|..Wi't h .;,i:ii;i":ivi'i.i;;Hl'f';Vl\ii!l'k'.;'-'baiuliig-
iifig;1:s;|m;!yff s. op keep- -ill e f-latlkf in    it's:
''pl-aQJi.''-.-'... V:/:' "p.'*- ■:■ '!;.J.f'f^r^iss^'
; f'Ifliivyeyeri.. though this eriiuitioii. or!bxv
perk-hce 'he,. supei'lU:ial riiliiyi:; tha li-fuii-.
(1 ,'ii-hveiitaii':f wb' i'caiiV g;ifinf; at\ least 'sixplo,
coi ii fo r t "w lion w 6 -. eci 1 is i d e r ith a t, vy ef'.a r.ef
probalilv partfof the: ago. a hit are qui to
■'as (IMtionk -to. hi teres t fas thpso.f'vvhGih
we-attehipt .to liantlle.-^-('fbnUiry. ;;" ;;Pi
AVilsdii's   HIV    PaJs'
l!i'es-iis)d  tliii
I v-
vvontdvpW>vof';yei'y fproiUable.;f"; If  the
  hhotelia is'- uuilt, fitawill.'pi'obalily   cbstf
IWi,'- s-i. P v ' -- i ■-'■•• ;i'*■-'■-•'■■ y-f •" •■  'frbrn '.$:?,0(M)r0b0, .to,;Sa,Wt),U(K)" aii'd vvillf
^,!;i-f,pf;,f pMf ^;.f;u]; ■ •vj1';^{riV;i' Aijiisinc^KSff ivicii rliity^. ex.|ire^sed thcMr tie-:
■pi.'-::a ;A; ,y ,-fi vfjer: m.biUisAfsii'o -t<> otitilo Kew Yovk, and I have
i-«:u. 1 A"Trfpia-pV.'dial-slo'Vi-p|i'o.:btMibt! that! 0v.«iittni}ly, it .yvill bo tic-
:']-'- yi-.-.. ■ .':!';.idpiily:, ''. ilsid f yoniphslieil. It 'iS,ii't;,so hitrd tit!) ,outdo
;'';;.-  a.v\;f;;ii!i.;, ivt'eatis f affff >;<>.,v Yorljff-myy'uy.f Chicago can'show..'-
a  fcfvv'iot theiiif a'''.-tliihg:-.!or atwbf'—De-'.
: ;'?v"b.;iif;!irup!ii;vgft!is'-'iKi:!i-; tbeastfriik,;,;
.shou'Ui ;i.e<- bphg-aaiiyl ■ 'eb'eiV;; shiirt-f un-
ev'eiipvl.rok'es have a teiub-ncy I..»' liifi-ak
and" sii'a-rl 'iiyy.hah'., ..-.'. '■'' '-;.,;   ■ ,.^!--:'- V
;v..'i UvyiriOwiv; -, vp[v 1.^.0;i»",-es"3.
-,-,; lit th?   ;.li\es I     .'.-■ a;    ,■,.;■-■'.■;   ;,-,.
hiMiie -""iii," Ibif' 1   ": ''    '■■■•'■■•'■'■■•■'
'iliiron should -i
f--,s.  . ■   .-.'l'lieyi
iiiii! ,-bo vvd.,
I,)lr.<nncea   In the  Fin-  Emit.
.iAi,< cbi'i'osiidiiilent   fof f!tho';  Ifoiirton
] bowel ."Clvi'onklbfsnggesls Uuitfa '.rcrtspii--for,!
0,-.the teeth- f tlicpdiscfopuni/icsiiti news .front the far.
.it.heiv'ha^^^ ..'mpyi'iiibiits"   of   ..vU.0|,o!
iiiii  ho fiMVi- f-t.-oops -mayfbe-afotintl-in ihe variety off A i;-^
•pp-MificvuffA ' u!easures-;in!;foi:c('.!,Thus thof Japaiioso;j'f .'-'.'icoirii^
si- give l-ii-in
Miiiard's Limmsnt Cures Colds; Etc.
.--.- . ■-   ■,    ,    .',-.-   -■'..- p
''   ,-fi:ff-'    ■ ""   '. a   .y'^   ".     y.    ^~    "'ff,    f i;. ,
f Whi'tyi. .spfVl'-s- Or f?-i':il''s tin .the, fifige:'
;ita ils i-oiue i .'om''. bvuis.p, a iui . ri >"> t Ling
fan- be -done 'fof, iheni..bin'/ i'o'.vvait ,un-.
.til   I/lit:   nail, g rows :oul„: p.    '      ■        f .''
". h, re are; !iia-':y ir.ihatio-.Ks of Witscn's
I: ly Paths ; rl: ar.i e',e m ami enaipa'-albcly
visaltat..  '•r..-';ti:-e .tft gel. \V t-C.n'd.'.        ■ A"
;iy '','    The.v,l-;atHi.';.;, 11oa'r;;/,.,;'!,;,.;■■'    pPPp
. :,M,iic,lv!''c;o'ni'i'htM'U'''1'iais'^l-'eei,i;;.<?x,'bi't'^^^^^
the circimVstiiiieipthat,bittf'bf Hhevreeobt
ivvreek fof abb- Ij;-i-liiigioii,. boie! ur Neyf
York f ithbv,ef -yinei-geifl f tpifseat hoil; some.
iiibirvv-h6f;lnid;'seeni(;d to bipexpbsbdf to.
aitbiiigt'rfeqbiiliiigftluitiiVf tiiyfvictims.'
f.Yet, thero "Was ;notiling! tiui't; does fnot;
oatnst !*ophq,iiiifwh:eif life idlest.; af •;■-'"
■'fA.firesident "offf:.K(nv;fYoi-ka passing
ftlii-oiighr'dniahil-iinil, haviiig.a!,fevy.thniff
iit.es   to' sp:iroi:biiee fboihc>ug|i.t'.-'hini ffy!
■'call"on'a; friend,if'lteitehiiig the ollieo1 he
ifcitiniV'tiie frieiid fabsciit' 11 miff or half
a'nf horn-! !fAsi:thb visitor, vv-is f at ;his
frieiid'sifdosk peniViiig !'bit explanatory
liiief the wall of a neighbbi-ing„buildiiig
eollapsod. ■'.•uul'i'a-'ito'p.plmg chimney kill-.
eiVhiinfwliorof lie satp'.  f.   f   !   ,' af ■■'- /'.:
• The .Omaha,, mail, luul occupied' a
<:h;iir. at thifit ih>sk for yoarS; during
business h,oii'i-s;!f'The.fNew Yorker had
never been iii Oinuhaliofoi-e.'.   . p; ,p":f
af I n; ;.\ byss i.i 1 ia i ta.is. , ijie 1 iuv; tha t;' "a
libii'ili-rei/abe ipiriU'il -p\ brftp f tlje'j'ela-
t.i". i'p '''.op, the dead 'peysbila a lifl 'ft hey; ;.if,
t hey plea.se1;; ii.'.cvy.i-pfii.('f::]ii'.-n,i':'-, 1 o tleivi.hj.i
ft-ftb/fViiriiif'-; iiuuiberpin fwliichf. 'Uie.';'h.u.ii'-
derU'^K-tSori'-fbifasffkilb.il. ..- ■ ■':.; ■; c; -y'd '■',,?.'-
- l''tir "'ivvcessiv-e''; \>res;lirat ion. aiier"
thbrou-ghh"' bathing iu so'apc .anil
wfbti-r fbatbe   tin,-  alTected   part's .wii.h
bft-?ftimatof-di5taiitTs hi
*ri'.'  and "oho,"
■j-: a aivtfvv.....'|.an:;n^-^ cfi-ia^-fpeinii;.ahiui.t'two'-iinV'.a' half
'■■'■""! ii' ';"■ "'■^!i:i,';:i'-1 KngH^ii -lbtlesAina ihofiaUer! abbut-ltO
■«.:,.!: liaby s-()\v:v4   . --,-,.-- . ...^. llu^n; -Verst" ;is; onlyi
will f bv. ty! en ■ ft lie ;.|viM\ 1 h:
;ilso'f ,'rinsef ( hi-".' 'ii:;fun iv vv i ill '.-a Httb-
tiiic'i'iire'-"- of.  '.■myrrh., .:■ ii rf afgoblet; Of
vvfaier; a " -.-■.■■ ;- ; ■ ,,..'      .■-;.;••;
•i"'c'   i'i two-thirds .of -an Knglish mile ,b"t in
euibiiio ■" iV^'tvel'Manclnivib,  vvfliich'1^'now. ulic battle
qualmcs. 'a;
sight;' «m^
;cf ;oii^!'iiii)lfi|
I   eiigs"' ni'c Cii
:'■■ and'- uuitl'
-.-'S   suiTer,   arid
uu'divis-d. dealers.sell ', ■Heal, the I'hiiK-se- "lef is the; standard,
-.a-u ■'<'... .a iefei. them'by i 'bgtl the "H" varies iimnVnsely becauso
s ,,:'> ,bbx.a: Viy.f'w'rifing ' 'b'vi'Vtvi'.eiT-iA io'iiitli' tiboiuuts upon vtho
V"is',-.   iiit-ibcine     Co
Ocafne^j Cannot!Be Cured
''.. pe'iity flif-sViH-cliy;'
;.'■ e  ■ iii. i.irfail  f(Hids.
,'•'."'.'• •■'■•vf-' ' '■> tfi'-lIf. .AY
:,':'"'t;;'■■!!'!>'>,iii"nl'.-:-. Hi';1,-."
;!'e'.'!' ,1-e Wire-break!
T>7 lix-rvl a-ppllentloiu a» the)* cwir.ot. reach Vi*
dla'eiLeril ponton ot 'Hie «--i>'- Therei-ts only on»,
jv-uv' icfcure .leivfnrss, kihV'Ui.atPln byppriatltu-
tlont! reini-illfs. O.-iitueat is, caused b)' nn la-
a.im',.l ciiolili'iri ot Che niiicous, llrilng ,'ot th«
Precise leng'tll dbpibl'tlS UpOlt tllO r Ku'tia.'hian' Tirbo. . When-tlila tuUe'la ln(lain««
1    ■ -■■■,'■ ■   . . mi.' hn v. «■ ru inh'li-ic' loiind or imperfect tits*x-
!.chrjh.aappffnitbntelyp. foot, but eenvj f°l^ f^'^fu^y M<..,v*twi»
' er.iliy a couplg .of.iuehe-s more or, less. > ti^'.result.- ftni*"ur.iM».ii:.*,ii>fl.an>niauon- ctn >«.
'according to ;tiio lieighborhood.f    A
taker, out x::il Oils. tul'.« 'rfntored lo lt« norrn«J
c.-,i:.i;tlor,, "h^-'-lns will t>« <J'«-.et.roy«l, foreye^ri
-Ir- ca-^» out p.' '-er. nra cioi»<:<i by Catajrhv
wli'ij-h Iti .tiotl.lri? but in Inaa-rued oondttleit ei
tho'n.in'-ou»'«'a-Ci'cr».- ■ '-■ :       •
We   v. til  give ' Out-Hur.fli»d   Dollicn  for. *»J
•mi of  nritiiH! (ciiu^ei by r.ntru-rh) that ctn
I   HOC be currd  1'!'
-li: if:
•oiu '.'.'0 tu -
li-.eni will "■
h null' it-bie"
t is fi;c.;'^!il
will be Imt*
bein;r ri',.uiri|
3f   C'g(:«-
fell .tiiivrb'00!
uly aial t'i'i|i|E|
1 jf tli-y ''.-'I
." motl'.'-f 'irn*i
and it wiHi"4
;   you   ;:''f    llK»
ior bru.'iil.ol"
ir food ■ ut-.'1'1]
• of ii!.-i'(',sp ,
.SUi-prisiiH! I!ll1'
> sliet ii;1''' '
■op« weie''°"rf
. w'ith
J(.'tVl»h Stat'.-vUiV.
Aceontiiig to f\'rough  census made
br'ii'i'bfijssoir .'Hamlin  of ;H>yiUei-laiul. ■ ^£yyyiiyn^., c»airrh Cur*.   8«d tst
i there aro'10.000,000 Jews in the .world. ( ,irou!a.r», tr<.6.   ,   ,-.            -    •_   „,"'.'„■
,,     llli.ic...11.  .1 ...                   ,   .1   ,f  ',1,..   r.oled  ■ .   ..F...J.  CHKSET A- CO.. Tol«d», O.
'       Ad!;.these -lt-'is li^uroil thfit tl a \ 1 .1      . MA hy ^ dflIM,,.1;%0..
Wl'-i-'i's'titiili's'!!^   1,0(X),0<H1,-KUl'OPO-lO.OvKlyHlU  j K<d|-.t va.nlp- nil>-'nr» tb« beat;
iulA^ ; tuitT'cmnitrie;:.bu^i,le of. Kurope Wf'V f^,! ^    ^^"^Tu/rmigh   with:-wa,sh-
.y o-iis-
,\ lue'il.':-
.\f oiie'-aiid
nu.ey ;..ul
lily    lu iii is.
(;i..iV 'l.'rofrs^Of Ibuiiiaii g.v es u.^ v..-, . -
trUiiiiioniof tha-lows In I>ui-oi.o:.nu^ ]<>A
Via. ilftXiO.uOO: .'Aiistria-llungary,. 1.SO0,-    ^^
When   you
nisi,    or   ' wild . .     .     ,
onvide.   ,up   .'oil     'the'.'tloor ' of   1 be
j. h,,iise  or cellar.-and 'si-t   a .can j ((f ,iit, (:;;y
i     . Ilevplutioiifof lite  Orieat.     ,,
, Almost, every whero; in  tiie far: east
. t.hbfoiU,days/of- choati living.are passing
■ away.   yieaiiiers,.;,railvvays, telegraphs.
snewspapers,.:fhllior" saying-  niachinery
iuiil  the  production .;'0C; western  ideas
:'ii'rp.f'slbvVly hut -snrely; revblutionizingf
ftlioforieiit.'   'Shailgtung vvlieatlavvhieli!
fsirmerly iuVd ii.ci market beyond a. ratlins of  a fovvAdbzoii.finil.es...from , tihe'
vviioiilfioldf canf.iibw. bo   shipped   by-:
.railway and steamship to nny part of
tho fworlih. famlf in, .bbiisbijiienca every
t'hiiieso buyer liiisflo iiay.,more;fori it.
In. like, .manner new facilities,  for  o:c-,
port havo, doubled. tri-Vi)ed and, in some
cast's (pibdrfipled the'price; of riiee'iu
C.liiuiv, Shun ami 'Japan. ■.;-■ ipiiy "i
tlOO;'<.:ermaiiy,-r><'>S.0O0-, Kounuutia, ;.oo,--     (|.-  iv,^u    uater'under '  them'to
OHO- itireab Uritiun.   -00,000;  Turkey,    ,ju.m ,-,.,,„,  railing to t.i.-c.-s.
P'o'obO-iUollaii.l,' OT.OOn;   l-'rance.   ",; ■, '  -
0W-'!i"ily,.r.0.tX>0: Servla,  r..(Kn); Swit- ,     All
' '"vi.Oii'J;   lieiimark. .-1,000;   lu-1-    gilt. ,ma
.'e     ol
It    cools.
■'■•• -   - -'-.' • yciiaiit .
. iba'.i)   i>i;iinie,:tai.t, ; jrhnu .';;,00O;' Spahi,"-.ri0o,!aiul'- l'oi'tuga
ia -to' anv hof<i,->. ■   It     **'.    ' ■'    '        * '  ...
i't   the >c:ue  tiu-.e,      ■ (Jl'ly.-'bU.       ■      ..      .'    - ._____.
the   picture,   irame.-.   excep
be wonderfully freshem-.
with n uO/vture of tiiree. ' [(art s -lju
saed    oil    ami   one  of   turpent ine.   ,Ti
r-.iiI.)    with   .;
.' rarlc.i  In  Coi'u-ailo  Siirlnp:*.
fCqlbi'ii'do Spring's' has the lincstf sy's-
teinoffptiibie )>arks iu-tbe vvest.' /They
r'liclude. ! Acacia siuiafo...-,- 1 lorchestor
park. .Almo,place and Antlers park and
eight smaller parts, all in U10 i/entral
l.K'.rtCf 'the city --J-Urattor. park aud
North i'hc.v011:1c t'.aiiytiu, ,f,,t the base of
Cbeyciiiio i.nouiitain: I'aliiKU' pilrk, a
pie1, i!!'-.--'|t:e. tr.-lel of rugged bluffs north'
siiil Monument park. 011 the
'•"I- i y.est of the-city, now being improved
iii "a d:osl "fof half, ti million' .dollars
tiit-'oii.gii tlie genoi-osity of (ieiieriiV William.J, raliiier., I'onniler of ■tlio city..
and   ]   ha vo   no ti bobn". t ronljledp vyilivf.,!
headayhe-^incea   fjtf'madofaathoroiigb^0
and lastpig curo.'f■•■■;,' '■'■'•' ,.:ff.■,. P-H   '"■■:.. ..■/'
yidsivy.':''■ ,Tai|ies aOlaiiiby,:   ff71A'"■ \Vaterffp
.ftt^;c!:ib,t;!',....fHy-t;bi-lic)yo"', a,<;)iit.,,'i--..VC».t.'csi'-i;:i:-.''';'l".-!'..
havo-; used  four .fboxes ibf! /Jlrlf (f'liaKi-p-i ■':'.
fX'i'-ryilaflf.tKfM.l'Ifaiid ffotind.f.tboiii' :a-ii  ex.-. ;
col Ieiit; 1 nodi0in.t:.i;   f fXf w;a'ri .  ftroiilllodf
)Hpro. ,or less;for; pintboiV;years AvpiJip
s-'Vere  ..hc-adnches;' fw'hicii:;: u;bileaf I'uufi.
i)st-|..-ss "as,;-.far , as f:iceoinpl'isbi|ig ,, inyf,
fiv;..)-'k;.vvaR,yoiicorned::;,if;. f ■■(!■'"■.'..■„' ':;■> '■ ■:•'"">.•;
,';.V''i"Jl0,-'--jS'i3rv-(j-, b'bbd -ist'eirii'llf toabbiild :--V
iive- ,up:-f generallyp. anil   'so ,; 11mibif 7a.;,,:''
t;'bc|roiigb'f:i::ui'(»  01   inyvobl' vrouliie;,,, .1,,,,f:
would; not. ■yhiilkf'pf' bbi'iig - with oil Ally, iy
Cliasiy's.'NC'rve f ,1-Xaii] .in ffilte -.. hobse, if, •..'
,ii!icl.;0vvV)iihl,.''''i}t.r,6ng-l.y-;i,.oi:b'hivui ,
onof'sulTeibng: fasf J.ainilp^ofgivoait^af If:
trialp'fl tfffSucci-i/dedl.iiiffiriy ''cas:*; a'fterflf
;a,.-'-grefa ifpfiuaiiy, ,!reibi.-(lit:s(f had' ;.failecl/."' ■"-■■
! ,I)r.: tfhitK0S,,fK;ervo fi-'podlfbfcfeiits f'a , -
|)0-<,f-Six ..-/boxes", fiftfir ; Sf'il'.oOv f-uti    fall!' .
clealersj;" 6rplifili:iar,lson,f..Pate^f^c fGc.,;, ,,'.
TTt'loiito^ p;To!f proleetf; ■■;y!6'iif..ag-ivi'i'i^t;,;'f
|.i)ilibui,i|ni's,lf:; thel-'poi'i .ran tibial! sigha- a,
j::f'ur'b;.';pi';.''';I U-p; A.'YV .^■'■Ch'asol.-xhyffia'nb'iusf.A
j: retfeiiit-.'. tj'i.ii)k,i-, author, -aro '-"on f'evorv -a!
,hjbx.'fc;:i"A;Af   ■■•• ii^'-f';--;'!'i"'i:!:f;a-':fp;''f!;pf:'f-
,a   ,'r- ,,
i f if
i :$ii
ai'*, "''"
■■■ 'Kiaf
-."V^.ci. »li !'■ t3«j .1 Icl 1;ri's.iXi'ii,.-:,• ■*"!,!»C"» ■''''• *-*il
f,.;;-.:,:;(„-;-: f;
■',,.'."r*.'6-» <».i E3'e>s;fc::!, ^')Li'i,lci..J r»'^rilr* &'&*,& xr; JVI ;a ei e>Ap-A. f
if lift* VVryl'muchf Btronc*r^fo or, ball d-
flh'f)   pjipsr. ! Il   is ifimpcfvi'lJiiV'-'Ao! ;wind;  keepaaouu-'cold';!"k.eop«;,:iil f^eiit, ;C«.r-
rl»« /no   smell   or odor,   abscTrtit -no, motstui-e,   Impttrt* ; no   tiisis ,t-r, tin-ydr; ta
irij-lkini!:  v,lth ■'■'which-1 it .comus  la contact. -J VIa- la r-Kcly; used; not  only   for .
ihtsUnit  houBe*,, but   for .'lirilnu  cold -storage , buililirlK'»a<>reti''tK,eru.l.orii,   d*lr« -
ll»i.a*re«.tnerlea,'».nil all. place»; where,   til*   object   1»   to ;k.«ep" «.n ' iv**  >.n«
iMmard'sLiniiEent^Cufes Distemper^
falAii. .reina-r-kaViio'-- 'd Vi'.c kfl's til vyfffboilves
■.ir.vi'n i-vantes.. Fifaiictf-. ,; Sbme,;iishei-)iieii,
fvyere ; lun;:;ffit ti SiAl (biupbgffia .I'erifibb;;
'.1.liiiiib,bt'sli'b.l;.h!\i-i-Vvv'l'ieii'': ilaidiieiily. a fiuini-f
beipof.-roasted ; !dnc)vlf;:|!'gU;,,intof .ilien-
bbai,;;!, Thoifiligli Vtlibg ffb:aU!;:;i)fuc;kf fa.
,i;cicfc'.f-a.si,i.i ;cppk;0cl;Uie- liii^lsl to. ii.tturii.
'' .T-iiei-°c>!■■ ne'vei- ffvvas   a.inl. nove!    vvill   l|e,-.-a
'liuiveifsal iianaceii,. iii- foiiy i-e-irietly^oi-
aM   'ills   10 ..'wlt-u-ii-, lic'i'h   is   lien--— t-li.e ..v-.ery .
'.i;a'i.t'ii.re.. ol     lnany     carat iv es f/fbeii)^-; siica j
thai,  woi;.'  tlie, geriils; iii   oUi^'i-filnii ■'differ-■
(.ii! ly.'. -it-iii ft! a'clileuses ; rooll'if   in; the   fyS:
loin 'Oi    the-   pa'tifin—vvli'-i.t   v.-oiilil    i-e!le\"ef:
or.'Oo-ill,    ia     turn     would     aggravate. .1 he.
.oVlu'i-    :' We     have.,   how ever, ■:- in: Quiuine'f
\Vini'  v.l'.en   obt.aiiuililc-   i'n|.!iOiiiiil,' in'uidiil-
VoraU-d   State,, ;.a   reiiiecly ■ for   ninny .-hii.-'.
tfi-U-v ii'.i.s  ills.    ■ fl'.y its .graltutil    Und ,, .iutii-,
i-i oils'   ii'mV- tlie.". li-iUlesti     systorris    ai'e  led.
i:it°l" conViil.eseoni-i'   ai:cl    .stf rertgl li . Uy" tlie
■■i.Hll'-it'i.u'.e<.' wliich Qainbx: fext-'ils On nu-;
lure's iiwn rt-:a.(.i-;iliyes. : -'It rebevi-s the
di'iVoi.iiV-r spirj-ts oi, ilios-.-:- vviih ' vvlioni a
r!:loiiic state.-oi" iiinrbid despondency a'li'il-,
lat-kf of fini'i-est ia life is a, disease, uiul'
by.  irantjuiii/.iiig   thef nerves, . disposes   io
pound ar.d -refreshing,,, sleep;—imparls vig-.
i'i' to, the- action of the '.bipod, 'which',-
licing si inruhiu-d. courses , fthroiigh e the
vt-iiis. - si-i-englheiiing .iho'   healthy, animal
"I'laa-liiuis- of   the  system,   thereby...raakiii.g
jiitvlivMiy, . a.-_ hecensivry result. ', strcngtb-
..-'uiiig ihe ,,'f nn ac ami givinn- life io f tlie
digostit .P Orgaaj?; vvhich 'I naliiiil'lvf•■■'.' tie-
iiia.in-| aii.c;;eas.-d' . substiliico— iWult 'A unproved-, appetite.    aNorthrop ■'&•'■ la-auul. of
. ioi-onto.fhavoa, Rivo-a to file public : their
.fy.rjicrior Quiniiie VVine at the usual rate'
aiid. .giiaged by the : opiivibn of scieu-
lists.' the .wine capin'oaches.. nearest - j-,er-
li-ciiiMiaof any  hi tho  tuni.-kct.'     All  clc.ii..--
■giMs scb  it, .,-   , .      ■'.'■' :••     -   "fi
'-yiyiyi^jsfi^P^ .~r* k.cs fff-A y^:
y 1 iu itgf; b1 ill,"/.' 1,'b'i 1 ■> ■-'■ to! yea rsf piff pi py,, i 'o.';:
.(issf k(,v, w i ill tig!; t. '■'■ bo vise kyepi ivg.,;; .'..an'If
care;(if"fcliibirttitl iiilAVImiipeg, iaftuUy.. ,
llood ''libiue fc.r ";?>vu''able,/party'-.;:'?-1 0;
j)eria!iia)nt.li,.;|fScfiie;:;bii,!faffai.tlif ul,lw.udf
cciusciontiituts , gir,l need i apply'.-" -'H - -H
i.'lff.f:'ii.(;i':, :i\y,y.' A(Vti,!fAVfi;nni.pi*g,^lnmfpp;
..fll-i cks—.1 iiuA-epwon you .ii t. ;Tolbib 11's
several t ime^auf iale.' itiet ting inie'r-
esied..irllone ofihis 'driugivJers. eii-y Is
'iffJiallie? -'piiey say she is'lthei flowo!-
of" tiie/p family;- 'V,vicks~S].i1:>a.kiiig of-
l'lour... I suppose-! you think 1 'ni. 6111
for  t lit1 tioiigh.   '■-, -'.' ..;'.■
"NVilsdn'isfFly Pads.,   iKo dead fliesfdrovi-
p'ui'g about. vvhea .properly used.      ■'-. ■'
1 was siu-priseid at, f the f adipirivble.
Sflf-possesisioii,, of; the l.fri.de.'f. \\ by.
ves;; considering thai this is tail.v Iier
firs! inn it i a,go she Y'-rt a'.niy1 acquit t-etl
hcip-cli   vvi t b, creiiit . ..'■'':,'■>
t ui.
w 11
in-: i
1 ■''■'■ 'ti cr t ai'.tu.-il li'-c.!-;
umbel- ipay be i loiiiu'l
.fail wit b \v;u ni son 11
criiing    aud   apply 'a
,erk-u!i M'fc]l'\
i-oui n If''n'
licult tu I''11.1
a.eciaUy it  ll,'l
rd.  SM.VU I'8'1!
ion  iiKiiulb'    I
lr"H   si.]i»'rtlu'i
a "I'"'1' "a I
is stiff it"'1,' fi
1  fo tlm ton''1
; signs of pp,1P;8
/:v.A'^     V   ...'      ;:  ■,'^,Vv,w,ltr'«v   -X  »""-*'TW    ^
*H.\ 1   !    T-~'ir" r^        !'i
Pnrt>i'r«lioen»"-"   Tlo.bbiMl. '
, So ocelli AM are Uie I'avis police in
! pvoieclfiTg Ike property of the. pnbnc
! that thev apbu.eui.lyfln-ve no time to
: look after iA'tr own. Uecently a sticic
'contiimim: UM-M francs, destnuHl tin
itho payment of sahirie^ In."Ihe force,
I was stolon I'roin tbe
tho F.k-YCiilli ui'oii.lb
! very   noses  of, lis   . .
i trace of the thieves  1ms, been discov-
l cfrv-d.-irtiris Messi-nger,
lore.      gilt      I I'MineS.
liioisleiied   in .i.urpen! ine.;
ice station  of
.incut liuder the
suardians.' in id   no
\ ..-ond reineiit, for china is made
l,v nbxii.g with a strong,solution of
..'mil arabic and wat er. - enough plas-
Ver of I'afis t!i make a thick paste.
Apf.lv w-'itlpcaniel's-hair brush to tin*
broken   edges  ami   unite.
\v>»? ,"•
S$M^ifyiy$$ —
comb  tl'
In I'"
bill pliublo "•"
The  .
1 Ashing
Ctrl   Ktilli   Way*.
Fame ve;;rs ago a law was pussed in
i Th-laiu!   iVMUiriutC Imported  aoods to
la-'msriced "Nhtdo In  Kra.ice," "> sulo
.p..    As many of these
'."of cN't'eUent  .piallty.   it .h'a3
w actually beno-
Summer Crotifp
A croe.T'T clinch ia <* cbnareroua thhtfc
fl.r tho littlo fobes ia mimii.ur time. The
•: -er that aeeoiapaal-"-' »" Vs habl° t0
.VifsD«criousUliiO:is.   Uivctaoia    ,
■ OB^'
i;■■r.c-.'.oii  of   having   tUa
>^a   early   ia  tho day,
ind well donr-
In (h'l'iHa'i.v." vie
goods are
b.-eii found that t!"v '»' „    , .
(;u-U,ofo.'oi,ntn,Uers. a.idanonort.«
accordingly, lu-h.S   ">="»«   lo(.hi,\ft,
„._,,„,,,„,  s<1 ,„,,; goods trout the conti-
The Lung
•   fceiongS'   to    every   '^^- ui;,r,ly a-hibebunirUing
i«.,u,..',i   lo take, will caro tljcm
-IRc  Wound $1.00 6 tot tic.
'      ' '!.2
At ull draguista.:
JunUj;ht Sos.p.
Di-vcloplaujlei- "r.Kii.'V-
The modern girl' talks glibly about
her "personality" and. spends' a great
ileal -of time, she-'will'tell, yun; in "'de-
veioptiig." it, tboitgb sin: has only the
vaguest ideas what is i meant I'.v, the
process. "What are yon going to'ldo
now you-'itre grown upV" asked aa
ebh'iiy maiden aunt of a niece who bad
just emerged from thysrhuulro.y.n. .■ "I
■•.in going to cultivate'my ego." was the
.computed 1'ep'i.v of tin' dehlliau'.e.—"A
t'ountess'' in  London (fr.lK-.ok.
' ,\ .Sp'CKSSl-T.lf, M1-".1>1'("IN1'.'.'— '".v.-ry-
O'.ie vvis'r.es Co ...he Ktici-e'ssful in any inu'.i-:.-
iiikiim'iii -wliicli. lit": may engage-. 1'. ;s.
! Iit'.-cftire. ' i-^i ri'inoly gratifying to lb.t.'.
I'l't.prii-'.lors ot' I'anneli-f's N'ege.l.ible Pi-'.-.
to. know that, their etioris io v-n = iu).ii:nil
.lie.Mpiiac w 11 it-It vvoultl prove a blessing-
io. aiiniK imi have Uee.v sin-'t'essi'nl , be.v om!
illeir cM'.'i't atiiviis. .The t.niiors.i':.ion . oi
1 i,|-si. I'll is Ly the 1 ui tu it- is a eiai.'a :0 ee
.1 Im I :'i put h.iis 'h.-..--;i pi-cittui'oil. which . v.'ill
lullil' ev erv . liia--'   cUtimOtl .for   it.
i    TIM? GI415A- KifCiLISir KK.SIK1>V.  , ; f
•TEST1AION1AI.  from   the:lnite  SlR-SAil-l
bEIjlVAlvER.  the ftiniotia Nile  Explorer;-
r,."New-ton    Abbot,,' .Devon.   Pear    Slrs-M.■■■:
hriv-e   delayeil   iny   thanks   as  I   wished   tS
; test tho effect of Blair's Pilla by a  buBI-
cieht iiitorvalfof  titrie. ia: /■■.';..'''
"Ivor   ten ■ years"--.:'.!   had   sutlerecb acutely
froni   (lout   and   life ■ had   lost   its   attraction .owing  to   tho'-uiuier-tainty  ot  health,:
and ...   sudden',-., '.visitations   'of   Uie , enoiny,
VYhieh .prostratiid . nift for moriths, or weeks f
according  to  tho  viiulencje of,the attacks',
"Blair's Pills have rendered me laimenso
service,,; as . I   no   longer   feur'   nn  attt&ck
Of   ('.out, s- ,"■ fa,.-.'.■■ v '  .      ■ •   ■' ■   •■
"For. the    Inst   twenty , liionths  I  hav* f
heen   coniparfttively., free, . na,. one   or 'two
■ftttem'pted   visitations :liave  been   lmmed- .
iately stamped   out by  tho assistance    of
Blair's- Pills.   .,   ,.  ,    ■!. .
.'•Truly -j'-ours (Sip-hed) SondpfW. BakBr.
Lyman  Sons  &  Co.,  iloatreal and Tor-
onlo;  The  Bole' Cruj;   Co,,  Winuipefr;   and
ilartiri, Bolo & "VVyriae  Co., Winiiipe-;-.  '
," fNlr.  T'.--\y.' 11.   (..'roshiml.  yhtisei, un-f
spidika blel work   oil -the  Seots-ileapltv
is: scl well, kniiw-11.'' has b|"-ii airinu' '-his'
'views 'ion   l^rit ishi himipr.fi. lief tbinks
the best ■'.liiuy .itlia t   couhl   liapp'on ■.•■ ty"
it   vvoultb be,  "tt  ylost?  soiison ' of   fivea;
vein's', dtira't ion. ■' :      ':'■-..l p-
iiii was' c'ttt'ecl   of "a   se.yere   cold    by
fMiNAitii's i.iMMf-:N;r.     -yy..
ii Oxford.  N.  S.I       K.- l:'.'llr-;\VSOSi.
l-..was Cured ou.u   tcrribU;, spra iii by
■pp. a    ,.    ,l-'Ui;fi> COPLSiiX
Vartboiith. .Sf ...Sp' ' .;,''.'"''"■      V.A.A.(.'p,|
al'i wiiii Pi red  oi  lP.a'c'U larysiiiehi:. by
,M'l:N':A.l..{!»'S' LiyiMhfN'i'.i
!   liiiil.-svill.-., I AlpAV.. lil"('10LI''.S..; ,
Tbi' top froipiont use of cold ovum
will' in siitne cases pron>pt .»■ t ho
-•row fli ofpi  sliLchi.: down■    '
••MAN IS l-''ll.l.!'-'.l l:\Vlil I M ISIallV." —
'fhis" is .mil 11-110.111 nil u-.i-ii. ' I'lH- ; vv ell,
sbiintl'nf lane,', clear of .■>.'. ;i l-r,'. " h nil
Inievii.a't wiih h.-.'.ith. mv. mil iniseiatiile
wha'l.'vei- .loa.v t'.' ''. heir si.iiul >;oa II; i-'ii.
To 'ne well is In 1.0 ■ he.pp> itiiil v. e c.ioi
all. i'.-'; v\.."i! I'.v ueuiipv uii..l keep: 1 ,p, i. u'r .
i,.i.Vli.S !!,! a lu-.llt lll'lll stnie. PC: Tie.em,
l.'.t-.lecl ric  '';!   Will   help  ail   lo  tlo   l.li.is,'-    •■.   ■
To - break, children of' tlie habit of
Inline- iho nails dip ihe' ends, of the
liueei's  iii-nliu-s. i.
Wilson's Fly Pads,    l'iaeh U'fc. packet ■will j
i kill uioi-o hies than can bo  caught on oC0 j
sheets ofstieky paver...eo3tiiiic. $,i5. ' j
■ '  -——■— — I-
Ail   ;i!i!vrowinfr     toenail    should     In- j
iriii'.mcvi. at   I'm-   edges   -aiid   tin-   mid-I
Sin i-k 'i'cviitn uu l'ol-ei'.
Tn Florence lately, oik: of st:ver.al
Italian ladies who vvet-ii eiitertainiii';;'
Mark Twain asked ■ what was ^ilio.
' A mono-til ni.iliomil :-'anie. "i'oker,"'he
resiKin.h'il. ^vVhen she biuiihingly pru-
tested that he was .facetious he gravely
re'toraiod his stalenii-ut and" added:
'■M'adiim. to I'm-' y,;'.:-.io of pokor tho
A ir.'.-.'i1':;:. people tnve tin; most, valun-
bb' l-:-s:--:>-.i a n.ition t-:tn learn-never
:•;' vo up., .'-vc-.i -ifter you havo lost'your
la..! v-'a.tinv."
if t b
iii  ligbflfv- s'craped.
  ■   -    f I
~ i
'('be sl ri't'i-clear.ing. of t he business •
sectiivn of Kalamazoo. Mich., has.'been
turned over- 10 , t he,-women for litre1
months': ''They -v.-ipilot Uietivselvt-s actually engaged in tbe. civil b.ouse-
cleaiii.ig. . but   have    tiie   management I
Avoid   biiing   tin1   lips   us   it.  uiaisrs
th-fiiv t link .M:a rtl   and   callousetl.
il.-'o!-. sevi'ipli-its! ers appl.v   v. itch ha/i,'l
iir'; 'camphor-  y. -it er. ■
' P.lioli'i-it ae'i. all s'-iunii'-r co-nui.-iiol s ,n 11'
so. .puck io' 'U'.eir 'n'clioiis llial Hi.- coi.l
iiiintl 'of ■-lea'- ii i-. ept'ii llie v.icluiis Ij.-l-.a-
Ihe-. nn- c w;t re 1 l'c. t .laiiV-C' i- lll';"f "
c. ItliCKi-il .1:0' opt ilelny in '-'.-.iM t ir.;i the
proper    nii'ii"..'1 n.-.-    Ti'.v  11 liose ,,1' 1 'r   -I      i'..
iveboiav':-   |/IV si'tll eV.V   l' t It'll i .1 i .   nil-1   \ • > a ■'. W i il
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the e-i-ieviiui'e. "U tlouft ■ mimi ber
locking me out oi ihe room. but. 1
lio object to lu r hanging" my switch
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t he'■ ueiehboi 'h.tM.d   can   see   it."
drink   this   with
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r*\ VJ-.  '**TT��Miiito  l_i.  !��� 10 M i-CMIM.   I  7  out y our i. ace.  iablished in the interest of the psople !  P        of Moy;a and East ITcotcnay. :  dfflnrfTI- TiaiTffrfi'trt  Trildcy I^-iilpro N   '"  ili�� r.nrcii*ji :.i this G?ascm ot t'm  year. :'s   bo.-* _tj  Mocij every Monday evening in   th<.-;r,    /|\_  I hall   en Victoria ��tr?st:    Sojourning     fy\.  V. .J. SsrTTH & CC.:    -   -   -    rufclialiers.j  . i  e��t;j or Hnrsc?.ipr:cr.  is Ve.ir.... ?2.00  SATURDAY, APfiUPT 5J, lUOi.     j  prt vent tho y,cc and Hands irom the e^cis of the sun   'j ��^ Felloe corc!ir.!lrhivjtc-d  ..nd v.-er.thr-r.    Come have solved tlie  pfcbls-Yby   using    ] ' C.'/-. I^cotl*,  rmr 7.7ITCIi HAZiiL CREAM.   This preparation cure;  ?i>d prevent:', tin! freckles and. sunburn.    ,'mi   excellent  "'.Pr shnve',;..'.ir.r. for gentleman.  Noble Cranci.  ���.JI. . I. .-T^TTJglJL- ��� 111 Ha  J, -1U��-^J  J. . i!. D�� in.,  Secr'y.     ;  fa  BaWpPJanpi��>' and-Lath Jte.lf:  i,"Bo fr  Moyie   Miners2   Union  ���      '������.. i'      \'   ���   /���     **     ���>  =-2 I   /ii '.uai-bioicturoi-3 ufaiKl dealpro in all kin.ls oi Fl-iO-;--^ ^ .    9]  >n      /K  r.;d;:*-g, ffiiiilJi1}'' Common Hoards, Dimension, Fini:-Ii i:;!p   ,,,"'!'l  /IC v.      prompt r.ltL-ntiot- to v.'hobsaie ami retail orders "'  izvrjT3rvxKM-*cmr\  *-   ;It is   high-' time   that   tho   Mcyie  .Board of Trade v;ac reorganised  -.      rf ^.-jTf -., ��� --- ���   f  Mr. Roosevelt vras notified   c   week  ago  Wednesday   that   lie ' had   heen j  nominated for president.    Ke   tool;  it  30 quietly that it is believed    that   he  had already surmisscd it.  l;ie-:jros?otnce -Drag and ptanoneryw^ every r^r.. -||   h.:CAIEKGN i&t. ���  i -'-=.������ .-=   . -    ��� '- "-'<-���      - -' " j day* evening.      Sojourning'   members     --^' -',T' '���'"'-' ��� a  ,       ,W.   if ATCHISON, >= cordially invi.acllcaUenP.  Prescriptions ciireiully prepared.  M  ' John MeDo:-:A:.n,  Pnoi-ia^oa.   ';     "    President;  11.  Ti'-M'  A    shipping  disaeter���uoticG   in   a  Crlasgov/paper-oiids  ac  follows A'The  .captain    svram   ashore,1  go    did   the  stewardess ; c-he waio insured TorfSoOOO  and loaded with iron.  ���   Superintendent V7. A.  Copter:, at  tho head of the mining department  of;  the Spokane Interect- fair, October 3 to ;  :j, will be in the northern country this j  - week vi'iiting various camps,   solfcling  ores froih all the leading niinec   v/hich  ',did not. exhibit at the   fair  'last    year.  The fair managment has bono   v/ictely  in refusing to   allow   tlie  exhibits   in-  thifi department tc be scattered,    i.i is  ail very well to send   mining exhibits  to'   ���� ',Louis   end   /or   permanent  orhibifG "in.  ether  eactren' oities;   but  the ore  specimens   cent  to .Spokane  'urc not sent to  lie* scattered  all   over  the   country.      ^linf   ov/ners   prefer  thein rctaitfed in Spokane;'where they  can be added   t'c   year   to vear.   (bus  building up yhat :n time ought, to  be  tne best mining   c>hibtin   the   v:c-n.  ox* I^J eoess  |lefr%^%to:r^5 Screen Doors,  :Wiijd6'?7 Screens, Q'reen wire clotbj  Ice cream freezers  '.p    ���       ���'���''. ' ��  ).". 2 ?.arry a large etook,    i;rop ir- or *.'ni;* r.i v.'hc-n vrr.nt;hg  a-.iyl.un^  in the Har'tvijir:1 lir.e.  M     H  /^J VS& 'tS*  HAKV33Y,.'' MoCAEJ?EE,  ;'    "," '^5 'djjnbah, 7'  ;    Barristers, Solicitors, X\0tarie3, Etc.  j CranOFOok.,   -��   ���  t -.. ..  /A  u  B. .0.  1|  I ��� fl* '    11.  p. F. JQnWSlQfN  m WAnuun^mru a*>'��  HQ  ��?��    ^^s*   l��ir*i   fr%j*9    ^  "    H   "  -  ���W, F. GUED,  i -       '  , Cn.lXEr.OOK. B. 0  ,| Thid Hotel is New and well Furnished. The'  JS    " Tables 'are' Supplied with the Best; the*  M       Market afltords. The Bar is Filled with I  -the JSest Brands of Liduors aad Ciwg  . * ' a    r ��  - i"! v"i  I  SIB, /MlB  CJRANBROOK.''' .  ^-J^J-^-Jcanrjc^^r,yj��r^^xJa*^T-j=a-sg��a:r-JUJfta' ungMrrs  ICi  tM  4B3AXE}M^  ,/fi.  From Loworvls Leclgo.- " ! nelson,  OF IA f RfiWflAA  Wholesale Wine  and Spirit Merchant,  Agent for Calgary Brewing Co."a ,  B> c;  Beer, Ale .end Poster.  DBS. KING  ��j  MILES,  Will be in Moyie II th of each  month.  Cranbrook, B,  G\  George H. Thompson;  B.-.IiRISTKK, So.mcitoj.>,  i'o-  ta:v r:;r.i.:o, io.  1 %   .       ' ' ^ ���  1 '-       i> *  .CRANBROOK.      Brizisji Coj.UijBz.i.  HEADQUARTERS FOR' COMMMriCIAL  %'      ; AND MINING MBK ,  ��5   MOYIES^T,  -        --        - -       - -A        .*��rviTiBa;con;uoiA  ...   . "^v***^���  BUY  VOTJB  W:j   bav>-   bean     -vppro.ici'icd.      At  Laido Uie ether (lay i.'Ob  Green   ^ave:  I   *r*~"rn -1���1���  rr ��� ���nr���r~ilTiTirw.il  Tho Province it' a , great Hend of  this 'djplriet, When in doubt it  'always puts a mine in the Slocan.  Some day from its broad colums we  Tvill k.im that the Tread well is just at  3andon( or the United Verde just  across the gulch from    Paddy's    Peak.  ��i T. Label & Oo.'b ='  ,H^y and Grain,  Schlifs  and Calgary  FJIOM  A, B, Stewart & Go.  ���a  A Misplaced Appendix,  "Hafyou heard   about Isaacetein?"  "Vassii irii-,,;  "J^ey took him to the hospital und  :00k hii, irppcmdi.i away frOm him,  alretty,"  '���J-fal Vat a pity ain't it he didn't  have it in hi-i wilt's name."���Cornell  '.Widow.  ���THE���  '^a^k      "particular  man  who    time3     liis  watch by the second    hand.     Our; ,  repair work will please  him. , He   will.  be intonated in' our   stocl:   of   High : ^orelgr. nnd I?o��iesiiu Wines, I i-pn.rs  Grade .Movements. ' , and vOiga-v-.  .  W. F. TATS5, \  CRANBROOK. JEWELER.  Official watch inspector C. P. 11.  . Crows Nest Division.  CErAAN ��3  Open irom x> in the morning  until 12 at night."    Meal tick  uts, 21 nieaU for ijifi.OO.  R. T. HOWARD,  Prop.  Makcts you' feel .light ami  gay, and piHs net. life into  vou.  \  wiy-i  wsvjiiiit won/ lf.i a. im m. j���.jw  L  ���o^ajwpu jH^-jsaxcr?  TAYLOE & DAYIS,  CR.VXBROOi:.  Bricklayers and brick   mannfacu;-   ?-^?s  ers.    They intend putting 1: earloai! 'if' |^| f  brick in    fMoyie   for   immediate    u.-e.  Aujun   rt'������Hiring chi.i:.-icys c.111 Lorn-  miuiH-ati* (iin.-t.-t or lei-vo (.1 if ;-:j :<t this  ofiice.    I-'jo-'(.-irran;.'i:o a -nocialty.  7 * [���* -; \ !: 1 *^* 11? 7?  t;r..M i:h n  PROxMPT DELIVERY.  1 Q,ueenss Ave.      MOYIE  J>^SADr.XIKl{. UliOS,   l-rovc.  L'xri-e F.amplc room in connection  with house for coiiiir.cr - -il men. Lett  of accommodations.  Jlead^uuriCi'-j   for   Commercial and I'.f;rung .Men.  .vtt-  '   iO  QUEEN'   \v?.i;v.::,  110yie, n. c.  .��gtfJMWMjium;  B  ���51  <v  on  M. J. MTJGENT, Prop,  a,nd Bath Itooms,,  in STONE Building.  ' W. E. LATNG. "'  ttsr,ttKi^mimKLLjn^''ttm.'Mmi^-"vj,tii}j^^,^itmimLH^wrmL��^  ���Ti  ALL-   THE   TIME,  r.v   USING  COSMOPOLITAN'  1  Our aim ic to please patrons.  Good   draft and  bottled  beer  always on h;;nd  1 .10K XJEI)E''^TA 1/r. Prop.  .Comfoi.able  iti.din:: i*nd (.'ood   .Board!���-  at K'.'asonuble 1'riccc. |  for ei:-:e tailoring go   to  h fa  nil  MERCHANT    TAILOR,  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Impurlcii     CJoods.  i-.GKXV vov.  KOOTENAY    STEAM      LAUNDRY.  MOYIE, B. 0  ���*J*2u*ittnt.-*rseMr,Mn. unii imt mn hl��  J.-UST rREOElVED���A cnrload   from   thu-distjUt-rics  oi  "Gooderbam ��; Worts, Jo>yh Seagram, and Hi rum   Wtifp1  if-. Horn.  JLd��  1  '-I  ���ORANBROOE, B. O. ' ,  r^  *������>- TIfK   TIN* A^I)  Till*   *.\or.KM.\V  ' are the Uv o essentials tp a  ..ulifl.nilorj  K.OOFJNA. ,     ���  7���     job.'If tho 1>n j<*.   good   uiul   'I"   '.'���'"!>''  ^^SMi'^-^'W? / C V>~K~~ffff���f ititm riMiiiH-l.-nt lip r'lml -.v::!:,.' ud'i  ^^S^f^^^^^tK'^ ^ a.- a diutn. Tlu-best g*i-d.- <f KW-rj  l��WW^:^--4/   Wpsssf-,    tin i- si-ufl   I-.-   u-.'   Tin:    w<"'''   ��"'' ';-  7/Z  ~/x'. te~A��r   W~F ' 5.tav*s floue. -   ilave vou 'rot n   '"������ .' .  w,int us to ^iL'iire 011^  4=mm��i" PATMoiE ;m%  //      "'��>       CJtAXBROtiR'. '. *:  - %  J.  1  FQR' SALE.     .  Apply to   ��� '  J. H  HAWKE  P. BURNS tt CO.'S SHOP  J G8I1 U  Iron   Beds,  Springs,  Mattresses,    Beo.r  room Suites, Tables and G'hairsf.  - CHEAPER THAN KVER-  i 5 s    rJ q LW*  iduuiiiib!! rdrniuir6  'i'[r:-;:-:i:Ai. di rectors.j  If.  .10  ���W^ prjuiu^' ,'JWTn--l��:rj(.i��l  Seattle, Tacoma  p'li   .M J.  Cr.ui!,....,;., ��� ' ' British ChIuihIm.i.  i^^f77^77Z'^7''~^''y^yrV:^=: *T'C'***���'**>'" ^^'^^^^.rrj.r^sr^cjf:Am^w^T^im��jL^^ ~*  ^5  ��  First Oiass   Aceojunio-  dations for-'miners.'���  ' MIDNIGHT SUPPER SERVED,  MOYIE,     . Britisli Columbia  prtprgrrTiwtriT��rt'>OTrw;jia~j-ro iim.>~��iwmriTr  GET YOUR  YegetaMes,  Emit, Tea, Coffee,  Stovepipes and  Tinware at  8) .D  Pacific   Coast  PREST PHOTO, GO,    \.<t-.,.,���.., - ^,,;r,rn   ;,-     v   ,  .     . ! 01,   r?uiT .o.tn.cacjo,., P\lew   York  CliANHROOK- AN11   MOYIE.  ASli  ALL   POINTS   EAST  Tiie Halcyon it Spins ^^&zz?J��?  wm.  Dining   cars.      Meals  a La Carte.    .'  W. II. if CROSBY. Proprietor.  ARROW   LAKE, B.O.| Best Meals on Wheels  Jhe Most Complete -i ft. Fast   Overland (f  Health    Resort   on 'j �� TRAINS DAILY  the     Continent of j Special  Excursion Rates to  North America. | World's Fair, St,  LOUIS  Its BATHS Cure all   Nervous  :-,nd ' \otm c.:toh.;k ok kouti-:.  Muscular Diseases. '. |     J'"or Ticket;-,   Rates,   Folders   and  Eull  information, call on   or   ad-  Jts  WATERS.   Ileal   all,   Kidney,!     V      inl  Liv-r and Stomach Ailments.' 1     dress..a"  WJIOLK.SALJJ AXv ;*etaij, {    hJ  MEAT     MERCHANTS     ^  Freah   and Cured Metis, Frcuh  j      Fish, Game,  an.i  Poultry.    AVe  supply   only   tho  hpst.     Your  .   trade, solicited.1 'p,    .  , .   ���  'MAIiKETS   ' ���'.'..   -  In   all   the   FrincipaJ  Cities and)"; Towns   in  British [Columbia,  ?CEANBR0OE5B  HkADQUART ,..,>-   KOU  EAST   KOOTENAY;  ���St.   Joseph's   Qonvent  NELSON,. J*, c7.fi  hoarding and Day School   conducted by tiio'Sistors of St. Joseph, Nolaon  B.   0.      Commeroial "   and    buaincsK  ooursori a   specialty.    Excellence  and  WILI,   QELEBRATE  Wi  They  ,*  a  iSTeverfailing    Remedy  for ail Rhotimatic Troubk-.^.  TEJtMS���lilfi tp'$lS per week, ac-  ' cording to residenceiri Hotel or Villas.  or write  v  Grrnt Northern A^ui     'sw'!t  P1'^1'^8. -obttruoloaiae  each  de-  fc .'..Ji'tmont.    Parents  should ' writo   for  ' i  ^afif.'aBs^.^'B  :BEPT1MBBB 5th, 1904^,  I  Wi  11 tv ii  Iv  ij:  ^'^  -.3  I ������:  |!  q  r-  viiMivvo ir   pputivi,            i P��-rticulai'H.,   Onn month 'assures   the  'rwi   ! J['LRA^^.           J public  of    tbo   ti.oroughnosR   of   the  ����.Vii -n, ?,'/'W- T'A',          ''-Sislars* mothodn   of Uwohlne.    Torrns  Seattle, /Oi \V. R.v-nulo Ave ;i runm.ii^ Jacuarv,  A) ril   and   Sept.  V\ ash. fepokaue, Wush       .Pupila ai-eudmitteU duri-i�� ictnU, .  The Greatest Gelehratioja.^yev  Held ill the 0I.str.iot.  ,.,. I-',     ������-.'���       "   '   '"  '���'.'    ���-  lie m>*.l'im>, !/><,' .'-���awirif-', Ilocl: drilliip, Lotiding Coniosl, Imh  J ony and l'"oot riu.-cs, (���'.���ih'iloiiiiui.spnrt.s.  I! oii'ii'inhi-r ilio day and .Watch fur 1,,it-go Pilh' with Ipiipitn  linn  fl  ������ i  ',V  Wmmfmrnm* m&mmmim :wmM'miMd'  'pH../����>>vi'','.��;-..  ra��BMran*��*W*to��ainOh����*i:--:rtislM


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