The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 13, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 17, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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BANKING by MAII
4 Interest Paid on Deposits
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STATE SAVINGS BANK KaS:
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! EVERY SHOOTER
I WIO SNOOTS
has a feelln? of confidence In
hi cartridges. They don't
misfire and always shoot where
Tell your dealer U. M. C.
when he asks "What tlnd?"
The Ualon Metallic Cartridge Co.
0 rid report Conn.
T he Woman ttiith a
13 the woman whoso cheeks portray
tie gloff of health. The tedentary
Ufa of most women makes It ebo-
luttly neretiary for them to lit
nature la keepluc lha fund loin of
dilution la a healthy condition.
tl to popular with the women of
America. It l a gentle Cornell
laxative stimulating tho Ilvi r anil
kJJn7i to healthy actlon-hcnc bo
headache no eonitlpatlnn no ner-
TouanMiiluiteed the slowof health.
joe and 3I.OO Dollies
Bent Free: Sample bottle and an IrterrttlDS
book "The Story of a Traveling Man."
Pepsin Syrup Company
II anyone offered you t good
dollar for an Imperfect one
Mould cu take it?
II anyone olfcrtd )ou one good
dollar for 75 cents ol bad money
would you take it?
S .It oiler you 16 ouncei of the
very best tUrch made for 10c
No other brand it to flood yet
all othen toil 10c. lor 12 ounces.
Oum b a buiincit proportion.
OEFIANCE STARCH b the best
We guarantee it tatisfattory.
Ask yow jrocer.
The DEFIANCE STAKCIICO.
W.NU. WICHITA NO. 33 1 BOS
"vhwi AtMWfrlna AdvertlstinenU
KrmHy Mtntliri TliU lr.
Imported Caltfo Improved.
Dairy cattlo constltuto tho foundntlon
and nil-Important factor of tho Imliin-
try. Wo havo no dairy cattlo of our
own In America; wo havo adopted
thoso originated In and brought from
other countries. Even our "native"
or "common" stpclc or "ncnius" nro
but mongrels of tho breeds of another
continent. It Is Imposslblo to prU-
mato tho debt of tho dairy farmers
of this country to tho breeders of Ar-
shires nnd (lucrnrrys nnd HoUtcln-
Prlcslans nnd Jerseys In their natho
lands. Thoso nro tho four rnccs of
cattlo upon which mnlnly rest tho
present nnd future iirospcrlty uml
progress oi dairying In America. Yet
wo must not forget to note tho blood
of tho good old milking strains of
Shorthorns ns an excellent foundation
upon which to build up profitable dairy
herds. It Is needless to enlarge upon
the good qualities nnd characteristics
of these dlstlnctUely dnlry breeds but
It Is worth noting that nil of them
havo Improved upon our hands. It
may not be that tho averago quality of
any of these breeds as they now exist
In tho United States Is nbovo the aver-
age of the same race upon Its native
pastures but In nil of them thcro nro
now on this continent animals super-
ior to the best on the other side of
the Atlantic. Tho breeding and man-
agement have been so good here that
tho cows Imported and their descend-
ants havo made Indisputable recordB
as dairy performers excelling any
known In the countries from which
they -came. Personal observation has
convinced us thnt wo now have dnlry
cattle In tho United States so good
that nothing car. be gained beyond the
fancy or satisfaction In ndw blood by
further Importations from Ayrshlro or
any part of Great Britain tho Channol
Islands or tho Netherlands. Henry
Labels on Food Products.
A report from Washington says that
tho Department of Agriculture Is tak-
ing steps to enforce tho law rclatlvo
to the sale of mlsbrandcd nrtlclcs of
food when they arc sent from one stntc
to another. The law provides that In
each caso where a conviction Is ob-
tained for the violation of this law the
culprit shall be fined not less than
$500 nor more than $1000 for each
offence. The abuse of labels has been
very great and widespread. "Imported
sardines" come from factories on the
coast of Maine; Imported "French
wines" never saw France. "New
York full cream checso" Is made In
the wcRt from partly skimmed mill:
and so on. Even Elgin butter Is made
In nearly all parts of tho North. How
effectively tho law can bo enforced
we have yet to sco; and once enforced
we do not know that It wilt stop tho
fraud In this particular. It will be
perfectly ensy for every wholesaler to
keep a set of stencils and brand tho
food articles as wanted. This method
of etadtng tho law h.-s been prac-
ticed for generations. Many grocery-
men now keep numerous stencils for
their flour barrel heads and mark
them as their customers uro likely to
desire. This Is common practice In
tho caso of a great number of foods
especially such articles of food as corn
Dairy at Illinois State Fair.
Tho Illinois stoto fair dairy exhibit
Is to have a building of Its own. This
Is very gratifying to tho dairymen of
tho state who have felt for somo years
that Illinois was behind somo of her
slater states In this matter. Tho build-
ing Is to be 1C0 feet long nnd CG feet
wide. It will be erected on tho spot
formerly occupied by tho Woman's
llulldlng which wnn burned twe years
ago. Tho material used Is to consist
or brick with stono for trimmings.
According to tho architectural prom-
ise tho building Is to bo onu of the
most artistic on tho grounds. The
structure Is to bo 12 feet high
with only a main floor. In tho
middle of this will bo tho of-
fices and around will be ranged
tho exhibit. A working dairy Is to
occupy part of tho spaco and will be
In operation for a short period every
day during tho continuance of the
Marketing Poultry Products.
Poor poultry products aro 'seldom
marketed with profit. It costs just as
much to express n certain number ot
stalo eggs ns It doos fresh ones. The
chnrges arc Just n.B great on a barrel
of Inferior fowls ns on the quality that
will taku tho top of tho market. Many
of tho other cxpnnscs of transport nre
tho snma for poor oh for go.d qual-
ity. This fact must not bo lost sight
of In (lid conduct ot poultry raising
operations. Tho quantity of first-class
products on the market Is now greater
than aver before nnd tho people Hint
want only good poultry and eggs nro
having less trouble than over beforo to
got them. Tho Immediate result Is
thnt the poor stun" sells lit n Mill lower
prlco In tho mnrket and Its tendency
Is downwind. Tho shippers of Inferior
products frequently complain thnt the
money received for tholr consignments
Is not enough to pay cost of producing
and selling to say nothing of profits
This condition Is likely to bo Intensi-
fied ns skill In poultry culture In-
creases. In the mnrkotlng of poultry
It Is worth tho while of tho seller to
thoroughly understand tho practices ot
some of tho dealers In poultry. Most
of these will mnko honest returns
when they nro selling on commission
but there nre so.ie Hint do not. In
quite n number of Instances com-
mission men havo been caught
In what they call "averaging
up." That Is they add to-
gether all they hnve received on oil
tho consignments nnd divide tho re-
ceipts nccordlng to the quantity sold.
Thus If Mr. Jny tho commission man
sells too pounds of Smith's tttrkoys
for $10.00 and 100 pounds ot Brown's
turkeys for $0.00 ho makes a return
of $8.00 to each man. ny this practice
Mr. Drown gets $2.00 that bolongs to
Mr. Smith nnd the latter gentleman
gets no pay whatever for sending to
mnrket a product very superior to that
sent by Mr. Drown. Tho excuso of the
commission man for this practlcb Is
that It "prevents kicking" ns Mr.
Smith docs not know thnt he has been
robbed and Mr. Drown Is well pleased
at tho amount received for his very or-
dinary product. It Is. however a prac-
tlco that Is essentially detrimental to
the business of tho Intelligent poultry-
mnn nmbltlous to put on the market
products that will entltlo him to more
than the ordinary remuneration.
Slavery In Africa.
Over CO per cent ot tho Inhabitants
In central nnd eastern Africa nrq Mo-
hamraodans and every mop of prom
inence In central Africa Is a slqyo
Doesn't Inspire Confidence.
An Indiana mnn tost a pockctboolc
containing $5000 nnd presented tho
sleeping car porter who found It nnd
returned It a cigar. And now tho por-
ter Is nfrald to smoka tho clgnr. It
may bo "loaded." Cincinnati Enquir-
er. Coll Oil and Products'.
Last year CO.000000 barrels of kor
oseno were produced In tho United
Stntcr nnd It Is reckoned that tlio
proceeds from tho snle of this and tho
various by-products obtained from
crudo petroleum aggregated nenrly
The Lovers' Quarrel.
Sho (turning at the door) I think
you nro just huteful and I'm never go-
ing to spent; to ou ngnln so there's no
tire coming Into the muslc-rooin after
me because I'll bo on tho rustle bench
nt tho fnr end of the conservatory.
Well What the Answer?
Tho student whd wants tp know la
hero again asking who "Martha" was
shd why tho Island Is named for her
Marthas Vineyard Herald
"Tho solar system Is monarchy with
tho sun for autocrat. Our sldcral tint-
vorso Is a republic a federation wll li-
mit a dominating nuthorlty" says
Tramps Take Notice)
Don't supposo It will In nny way
lessen man's Inhttmnnlty to man but
that need not deter us from mention-
ing that In Chester Pa. a wayfarer
dropped dead whllo sawing wood.
Lacks Scientific School.
In n letter athocntlng u plan fnr tho
establishment In England of n great
scientific school Lord Iloscbery hays:
"It Is little short of scandnloua thnt
our ambitious youths should ho
obliged to resort to tho United Klntes
and Qermany for tcchnlcnt training."
The Amerlcnn sailors to wr"m tho
kaiser desired to make present were
tin; three men wit" Htood nt his chair
while ho dined. It Isn't every day
that imii' sovereign has threo other
sovereigns nt his elbow and It Is not
tt mntter for wonder thnt the emperor
wished to ummiomorntc tho occnslun.
U. S. SENATOR iFROM SOUtlltAI
Recommends Pe-ru-m ' V ;.-yi$ . 1
Fbr Dyspepsia and Stomach TrtuqW'4
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Cc'nrrh ol the StawMh rtMtM' - I
Called DysfrefkSBWRIwyi . i
te Product) ArtitfeMl MM ; -j
lion Is GenerallytikM. - -
ed to I
In view of the fact thnt chickens do
not suffer front tuberculosis. Dr. VI
guler dc Mnlllnnc of Franco trie
rtilllvntn tlin Imclllns nt consuintitlnn
In the scrum of fowlt' blood nnd com- i
plclely failed. Ho Is now experiment- '
Inn llt. nn.nn.iiilni. raillla Itl thn -7
t(H llll VIJVUHIU(llip I1..IIIM.. ...w i
uso or enicKon scrum ns an aauiuxiu
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Cow Peas and Soy Beans.
Many farmers In Illinois especially
In tho central ami northern sections
ot tho stato aro not familiar with tho
cow pea and soy bean. In somo parts
ot southern Illinois cow pens aro
grown extensively nnd whero tho
value ot this crop Is known It consti-
tutes one of tho chief forugo crops.
Boy beans nro of more recent intro-
duction and this crop is not so well
known as cow peas. In somo cases
farmers havo given ono or both of
theso crops a trial but through the
uso ot varieties not adapted to their
climate unsatisfactory results havo
been obtained and consequently they
havo pronounced theso plants un-
suited to Illinois conditions. Others
huvo been raoro successful In their
growth and find them worthy ot a
prominent placo in tho rotation. As a
matter of fact both crops havo boen
grown In this Btato long enough and
to such an extent that they have
passed beyond tho purely experiment-
al stage and ln places they nre al-
ready considered as Important factors
In Illinois agriculture.
Tho cow pea Is a native of south-
eastern China and the soy bean of
Japan. Delnc semltroplcnl in origin
both plants aro naturally best suited
to a warm climate and tho Introduc-
tion and cultivation r.' the cow pea
In America has been largely limited
to the South although In recont years
certain varieties have become so ac-
climated as to tnatura In the latitude
ot Michigan Wisconsin and Minne-
sota. The soy bean has been grown
further north slace Its Introduction
consequently there la so question as
to the adaptability ot both creae to
the soil and cllwate of Illinois low
ever there are varleUea grows la the
south which ar sat awtajM for this
state and win set
sere.ooae ot Ueirat
From the Farmers' llevlew: Tho
Dorking fowl Is ono ot tho oldest
breeds as well ns one of the best ns
they hold their own In England nnd
aro forging ahead at a groat rato in
this country and when their true
worth is fully known they wilt be far
more popular than they arc to-day.
I havo always been n great admirer
of tho Dorking oven when a boy thoy
wero my first fowls In England. Why?
In tho first placo they nro tho best
tablo fowl on earth on nccount of
their largo full breast und long bod-
ies nud anyone who has ever eaten
them will vouch for what I say and
If you do not bcllovo It you take a
lion that weighs 8 pounds or over
and thcro are lots that weigh over
and roast It and you will sny tho
sarao thing for- tho meat Is very
white nnd juicy nud ot fine llavor.
Tho young maturo early and that of
courso makes them very prolltablo
for tho farmer or broiler plant nnd
they find ready sale especially among
people who know what they nre. They
do not lay as ninny eggs ns some
breeds but It thoy wero Bold by
weight they would not bo fnr behind
the best ns their eggs nro large nnd
they nro good winter Inyers. They
aro hardy and will stand confinement
welt and do not need such n high
fenco ns must other breeds owing to
their weight. They uro very tame
also good sitters and I have never
known ono to leavu her nest; they
are tho best of mothers and will de-
fend their brood until the Inst. And
lastly when you coma to beauty
what looks nicer than a flock of Sil
ver Gray Dorkings with their stately
male nnd beautifully markod females.
It Is a sight long to be remembered.
If you havo never seen any send and
get n sitting of eggs from some good
breeder nnd you will never regret It.
It. Chant & Co.. Fulton County N. Y.
the aseceesful cuHure ef thaae
-tar. la tea a Uiilnaf a
ta the wsMttaiia-ef'f
Grooming the Herd.
After tho cattlo havo had their hay
In the morning thoy nro cleaned up for
tho day. Wo uso good stiff root brushes
for tho purpose and the curry comb is
brought into requisition when neces-
sary Tho cows enjoy this brushing
and stand perfectly still frequently
stopping their eating during tho opera-
tion. Somo authorities claim tbatbrush-
Ing stimulates tho circulation thereby
Increasing tho milk itow Whcthor ot
not UiU Is so I do not know. That a
clean row of cows Is moro attractive
and pleasing to tho eye thcro Is no
doubt llesldes this can you tell me
of anything moro repulslvi Uun milk-
ing vllo smelling filthy cows? If the
custom ot cleaning cows was more gen-
eral among farmers the butter mak-
ers nnd creamery men throughout the
country would liao much less trouble
In producing a first class article. D.
"In-and-in breeding" means mating
animals that uro closely rclatod tc
ono another. This practlco ot fam-
ily bleeding Is not carried on to the
extent It was at ono time but It ii
still done. It Is no doubt tho quick
est way of establishing a uniform
brood of animals but it Is ofton at
tended by a lack ot slzo and constl
A man who breeds without t
definite object or without holding In
bis minds eye an Ideal animal and
trying his best io produco such an
Imals will usually meet with unsatla
'Ualaea a mu takes a keen (uteres!
la howea' m has had s tseo4 dwl
of aayertsM.fhtiWlU rarely aakaa
Of the alphabet tho letters most fre-
quently used out of ccry 1000 letters
formed Into words In dally use nro
first tho letter E. which takes the lead
occurring 137 times; the noxt T run-
ning 88; O. 76; S. 70; I 71; Tt 70;
K 66; H 65; A C4 and L i.
That Note Isn't New.
Tho 4nforrantlon that "a certain
musical note raised to n great number
of vibrations per set nnd will result In
tho sudden nnd complete paralysis of
tho mosquito" comes from Stamford
Conn. It Is tantnllringly Imlcllnlte
but perhaps tho Stamford discoverer
Is waiting to hnve tho nolo copy-
righted before giving It to tho world.
A Much-Insured Kansan.
Noting that n man In St. Louis had
nenrly n million In llfo Insurance tho
Globe-Democrat says: "Outsldo of
New York Chicago and Philadelphia
ho probably carries the largest Insur-
ance of nny mnn In tho United
Stntes." 8t. Louis must go 'way back
nnd sit down. C. J. Devlin of To-
peka has $1200000 In life Insurance.
Kansas City Journal.
Consumption of Eggs.
Prof. Thompson who Is a statisti-
cian ot reputation tins discovered that
In tho city of New York each family
ot flvo persons consumes on an nvor-
ago four eggs a day. in Chicago tt
It Is accepted thnt tho city has
reached a population of 2000000 tho
rato ot egg consuming Is higher and
every person In tho city manages to
consume ono wholo egg each day la
f London's Many Graveyards.
Ot tho .162 burial grounds which Lon-
don lins had only 40 nro still In uso.
Moro than SO hao vanished from
night entirely; about a hundred havo
been transformed from neglected of-
fcnslvo eyesores into bright cheerful
gardens where London's tollers nicdl-
lata among tho tombs during their
luncheon hour; and tho rest crowded
v.llh graves aro closed ullko to tbo
in dcrtnker and the public.
She Didn't Care.
Mnplchlll In. Aug. 10th. "I felt as
though I didn't enro whether I lived
or died I wus to miserable all tho
In theso words does Miss Nellie liar-
foot of this place describe her condi-
tion. Every woman who Is or has
been sick and suffering will under-
stand nnd appreciate Just how Miss
Uarfoot fell and thcro aro no doubt
many thousands of similar cases.
It la truly nn awful thing when n
womnn gets so low that sho can say
"I don't enro whether I live or die."
Dut MIbs Uarfoot tells a different
story today nnd her words should
guldo ovory suffering womnn to the
path of health nnd hnpplness.
"I used Dodd'H Kidney Pills nnd I
am cured. I feel like a new person
and I would sny to every womnn suf
fering ns I did. ghe Dodd'H Kidney
Pills a trial and ou will not bo disap-
pointed. They aro worthy of tho high-
Last Engllch Burning.
The InHt person who sufftiod at tho
stako In England was Ilnrtholemow
Logntt who was burned at Smlthfleld
In 1611 as a blashphemoim heretic
nccordlng to tho sentence pronounced
by John King bishop of London. The
bishop consigned him ta tho secular
ot King James who took care to glvo
tho scntenco full effect.
Clear white clothe nre a sign that the
houekrrK.-r men KmI Croas Hull lllue.
Largo U oz. package 0 cents.
It's easier to got the best of an ar
gument thau It Is to prove tlutl you
No chromes or cheap premiums but
a better quality nud one-third moro of
Deflnuec Starch for tho 6amo ptlcu of
Ono way of passing nway tho tlino Is
to tear tho lcaes from tho calendar.
WenrtVr One lliimlrril Dntlira rrnaril for enr
rate nt Catarrh that cannot ho cuietl by HaU'i
V I. CHUNKY A CO.. I'ront . Tolclo. O.
We the umlmlinitit. havo Vnnnii I' J. Chcnrr
for 111" latl 15 ytatt ami Itllevo hint iilrrllr
honnrabl In ull hu.liiM traiuai lion anil financi-
ally ablo to carry out any oblliatlona made by
their firm. . .
WEST & TRUAX. Wholnale !rutt. Toledo
Ohlot WAI.DINd KINNAN As MAKV1N Whole-
tale Uruiilttt. Toledo Ohio.
Haifa Catarrh Cure It taken lite rnalb- acUnr
directly upon the blood and mucout turfaeea of Iho
tytlein. Trtllmonlalt tent flee. I'llce 15o per
bottle. RoM by all druiiUlt.
Iltll'l Family I'lIU ara itio txtt
"You must not Imagine" sho said
"that I would be willing to sit out hern
f.lono with you If you wero not so
big nnd strong nnd able to pick mo
up lu our a nn 8 as it I wero a moro
child In enso anything hnpponcd."
Then because nothing happenod sho
told her friends thnt ho was dull-
witted and probably had a soul llko
a withered lemon.
I Ex-Sanator N. O. Batter. X
Hence Pepsin ParterMtln uni t Httt
ol Other Digestive Reitr&wet'
Has Been Invented
Thoso Remedies Do Not RotietVtrrt
Scat ol the Difficulty Wfcrtft '
is Really Catarrh.
Ex-8anator N. O. Batter.
V TVS' WWW TfTTTTTTTf T? T
It )ou do not derho prompt and satis-
factory results irom tho uso of Petuna
write at once to Dr. Hnrtman giving a
full statement of your case and ho will bo
pleased to gio you his valuablo advico
Address Dr. Haitrnan President ot The
If artman Sanitarium Columbus O.
COMPRI.LED TO U.SK A CRUTCH FOR EIOHT MONTHS. DOAtV.H KIDNEY f ILLS
CURED MRS. r. CONLIN. CARRONDALE. PA.
Mm. P. Onlln. K Orren-fli-lil
r.Hrl "I urrrrnl lth
luK-kmlie and ili-Kpltn Urn
MM' (if nirdlclnrs I ntllil not
C(t rid of It. ItnitnmijWJftl
to u rriifrn or tliiht
iiumtA. and n (uirt of thn
tlmo i unalil to nalk nt
all. I fnlrly wrrnmeil If 1
altrmnti-d to lift my rivt
from the flcmr ami finally
I Imt control of my lltnlw
Ihmii2h wmkm k ns I could
m-lllirr bend nnr tralshH-n
uptnuiy full liWght nud It
ft rrnwnmnn mutuant rlnus
condition. I ya. My litl
band nrnt to Krlly'n ilrni;
(tors and brought borne n
box of lkvin'n 1MIK 1 fi-lt
canter In a few dure and
continuing the trt-atnirut I
mitt to etas
STATE . .
t'nr trre IrUl ltt. niall t!il ri"irn In
lilrr.Xllr.ioill... lluffalu.S Y. Iraixie
.prf l liuiifflrttiit feflte aJrrM wit r-
vat soon able to walk. At
tho end of tmi wreka the
pains In my Inlna left. When
1 bad cuiuptrtxd the treat-
ment V had not an actio nor
a lulu and I have Ix-cn Itl
that condition ctrr alnce.
Aihlng Imcla nre eatn.
Hip Kick nml loin ihiIm
OTircoine Hnelllui; of Hit
I hub a and Uror alcns
They corrrct urine with
brkk ilimt Keilimi-nt blph
i-iilnri-d uiln In pawlni;.
dribbling fmiMnry IiimI
n-nioti- calculi and trnteU
Hi-llcTt- liinrt palpitation
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JaiBxgP n. a. atntts a tos
ao?ri ajJfJF. .i. tr
tiZLLaB' S iMtC-mWM. .
Sunorlor iiusiltr nnd extra
must win. This is why Dellancc Starch
is tnklntr tho place of all others.
The egotist is always good company
ONE OF THE LARGEST IRRIGATING CANALS
IN THE WORLD.
FREE TO WOMEN!
io proto tho muling and
eleantlni; power of 1'attlnt
Toilet Antlteptlo ire will
mall a largo trlul pnekace
with nook of lntructloni
abaolutely free. Tills Is not
a tin; sample but a larro
pnrkuirr.g. rnnuuh to con-
vlncn anyone of Its value
Womrn all over the rountrr
aro prulalui; I'uitlno for what
It hns done In loeal treat-
ment nt fMimla llle. pnrlni
nil Inflammation ami i!lchnrircs wonderful as u
rleanvlnc vui'lnul douche for xore throat na-ml
ruinrrh. ns a mouth WKh nnd to rcirove tartn-
ami whiten the tcith Send today; a postal card
Holil by drngiclata or aent poatpatd by a a RO
ceuta larie txii. Matlafaetlon gimranteed.
TUIC H. I'AXTON CO. Iloaton Mai.
Sic Colombua A"e.
X. U. b. Senator M. C. Dntler from'
South Carolina was Senator front
that state for two terms. In a re '
cent letter to Tho Peruna Medicine Co. '
from Washington V. C says:
"lean recommend Peruna fordyu
pepsla and atomach trouble. I haw
been using your medicine tor a thtut
period and I feel very much relieved.
It la Indeed a wonderful medicine kt
side n good tonic" M. C. Duller.
Tho only rational way to euro dyspepsia
Is to remote the catarrh. Peruna cures
catarrh. Peruna does not produce artificial
digestion. It cures calarrn nnd leaves tba
stomach to perform digestion in a natural
way. This is vastly better and safer thta-
resorling to artificial methods.
Peruna has cured more cases of dys
pepsla than all other remedies combined
simply because it ceres catarrh wherever
located. If catarrh Is located in the head.
Peruna cures it. If catarrh has fastened
itself in tho throat or bronchial tubes;
Peruna cures it. When catarrh becomes
settled in the stomach Peruna cares It a
well in this location as in any other.
Peruna Is not simply a remedy for dirt
pepsla. Peruna is a catarrh testsdy.
reruns cures dyspepsia because it is fsr
orally dependent upon catarrh. .
i s I
EOUCATIOmi. . .
A woman never feels dressed up un-
less the feels uncomfortable.
A rrojert of the Slnte of Idaho.
On tho west side of tho Snitku rtvur
In Idaho between Hlnckfootund Ameri-
can Falls thcro is Iwlnp; constructed by
tho Amurlcnn Fulls Canal V I'owur com
puny tintlor a contruct with thostatuof
Idaho an irrlgiitlnn ennal R" feet wide
nnd i(0 miles lou;;. When finished this
cnnul will bo ono of thu largest und
moHt perfect lrrl;atlni; systoras In tho
world. Hy Its meant a valley of I00(HK)
uci-CHof tho most fertile and produclUn
fruit nud farm land in America will bo
Tho climate of this valloy Is Ideal.
Cyclones hot wind Hood or tluttrtic
live storms havo noter boon known.
(rain gras9 vegetable and all varie-
ties of fruit grow In abundance. A
healthful climate it sura crop a heavy
yield high prices and a ready inutkut
aro features of this country.
Ten thousand acres of this rich land
aro now rcudv for irrigation nnd settle
mont. I'urchaso tickets to Ulnckfoot
via Oregon Short Lino Hallway Co.
l-or lull information concerning innii
water rights low prlcesitnd easy tei ms
Evans Curtis .V SwKirr Co.
Salt Luko City Utah.
Tho humorist tins no hick cotultir If
Hid public refuses to tube him seriously.
SHORTHAND WORK PAYS.
Tho ability to write shorthand Is
coming to bo more nnd more nn ubun-
luto and necessary clerical qucrllflca
Hon for oting men und women
In ocry stntlon of life. Tho
very naturo of tho work placrs
thorn In eloso confidential buj-
ness relntlniiB with Merchants Fl-
nanclern. Capitalists and lluslne.s Pco-
plo generally. In a multitude ot cases
Shorthand has proved tho stepping-
stone to very lucrnrtho and desirable
positions. A ood Stenographer need
never want employment In Kutiaaa
City Missouri an every lluslncss llotiro
employs ono or more and the Jcmnnd
for artnltiatea of Spalding's Commer-
cial College will always cxccfd tho
supply. Tho salaries of Stenographers
rnngo from $10 to $60 per month and
when thoroughly experienced frum $uU
per month upward. Tho Student who
desires to tnko up the Study of Short
hand should choose a Standard Sstt'in
which by tho success ot Its writers
has proved to be capable ot reaching
tho highest point In speed and accur-
acy. To show the simplicity ot our
Systems ot Bhorthcml and the facility
with which they sro learned we will
send free on request Introductory Lcs
sons In one ot the systems as prac
tlcally taught In Bpaldlng'a Commer-
cial College "Dcpt 25" Kansas City
Itaa National tipiilnllon for llionmuli
Him lxmrd. Hoe
fncllltli- III Klm-tlllon. Si lenrc anil nth-
THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME.
NOTRB DAMB INDIANA.
FULL COURSES IN Classics Letter.
nosiics ana metory journaiiata Aft i
pnarmacy. Law civn MecnaaaMi
trlcal tint Ineerlnf Arcbftaclnr.
Thoroufh lreparatory and
Rooms free ta alt amdanla wha batra
pitted th atudlea required for edmUalon lata the
Sophomore. Junior or Senior Year of aay el the
Room to Kent moderate eharre to ataaaata
over seventeen rrerarlnc for Colletlau Coarta.
A limited number of Candidates for th atccle-
slatUeat state will be received at tpedal rata.
bt. tttward' Hall for boys under Uraara b
unl.juo In the compleleneis of Its ojnlpinent.
Tho 60th Year will open Bftaar t tPt.
catalof ue pre. Addrea p. o. sea law.
RHV. A. MORRISRBV CS.C.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
NOTRB DAMtt INDIANA
Oat Mil Witt of Stir Daeat TJalTeratty.
Mutt lieautlfnlly and healthfully located. CoadaeteeJ
by tht (Ulterior the llnlyi'riM. Chartered ISM. Ko
tiylDK a naUonal fatriaiai Therean lacHia.
lafjltal ScliaUSe ana Commirclal Dearaaa ad
vaacid Chimlitry and Fharmaay Slimier Cei
puplli for regnlir iprrlal or collegiate cc
low rnix luiiiou mimi ixiNrn.
loRiie Fn i-
Knll lerm Im-kIik Hi-pt.7. t!ntn-
.1 31. .NAY 1.1 lit 1'rinrlpnl.
hvilcat taboralery well eiintpped.
The Canurratorr ef Mnale licnodecteil onolaaa
ot the lci Cnn.rrvaiorlei. Tha Art Bepartaieat la
IniHleled after liadlna Arttfchnolt. Mlalaa Depart-
ment for rhllilrrn under twelve year. Vkyaleal
Culture under direction of eraduataof Dr. Sarteot'
The bill medera tdueaUenal advaataaea for Hulas
yiiunswo-iirnfiirllvriof uierulnew. The eonitant
lirnaihof the Academy haa aaaln neceailtated too
rrrctlun ot addlltonaf Sne balliltnn wttb lateit
llyiilrnlo equipment atedarat eoet. Kewechool
year beclnit-rptemnrr tin- Mention thta paper.
1 or raialaue and iperlal Information apply Io
Notro Dims Indiana.
VLVaVBsV T-ArQt.t NeSE& XXaVa feWN& ' V
i rs "".
TtPttvilllna. Telrsranlit and l'ndiih Mrunihet 10 Uooin
ploynii'ilt llul-tMiii. Illutiiatrd Caulcgue "V!5" VHV.K
me tdhh Lira itnu
KANSAS CITY MO.
and Sludenii. llook-kaeo
Ini (Acliul llutlncit 1'iacilce). bhorihand (I'llln.n and Gnat)
l61nichtraand l.erturert. KrH) KlB-
J.K.Ml'AI.DINtl A. St. 11-etll.
NO MONEY TILL CURED. 2a mis tsusue.
Weitail f t tsd potteiU a 100 pat t freittic ea Met. FlUtJt sad DUtawt afrhe
tectaaii alia I0am list trtaliite Dliititt of Wemia Of tt taeeutJi cared
ky r mild tacUio. aoii paid a cent llllctr d wt ftralih their itttt ta afxtaa.
DWS. THORNTON MINOR loin Oak tL. Ktatit tfll. !
RIFLE (fi PISTOL CARTRIDGES.
" It's the shots that hit that count. " Winchester
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit that is
they shoot accurately and strike a good hard pene-
trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get
if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make.
ALL DEALERS SELL Will CHESTER MAKE OP CARTKIDOBS
n QUICKLY CURED aWV
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