The Enid Echo. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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The of Tow
K«k>p a ghaflfa <a your lamp or gaa-
Iwrncr. Avoid XH soddea changea be-
tween light and darkness. Never read
tjy twilight, moBmlisht, or on cloudy
day*. Never read or sew directly In
front of the llgbt of irindow or door.
It la beat to let the light fall from
above obliquely over the left shoulder.
Do not use the eyesight by light so
scant that It requires an effort to dis-
criminate. Never sleep so that on first
awakening the eyes shall open on the
light of a window. Never begin to
read, write or bcw for several minutes
after coming from darkness to light
The moment you are Instinctively
prompted to rub your eyes, that mo-
ment stop using them. If the eyelids
are glued together on waking up. do
not forcibly open them, but apply sali-
va with the finger—it is the speediest
dllutant in the world—then wash your
eyes and face in warm water.
What Is Being I>one In The Fifty-Slxt*
The Grenade Throwers.
The Grenadiers, the senior of British
regiments which compose the brigade
of guards, got Its name from the fact
that toward the end of the last cen-
tury the men were armed with hand
grenades to throw among the enemy.
They had to be in the front of the
fighting line, hence they gained a repu-
tation for bravery and the name of
the Grenadiers. The badge of the regi-
ment is still a hand grenade spouting
flame, though that deadly engine of
war has long since been superseded.—
First Recognition of the IJelly.
The word "God" never appeared In
Any government act until the year 1864,
when, at the suggestion of the director
of the mint, ex-Governor Pollock of
Pennsylvania, "In God we trust" was
stamped on the conper two-cent piece.
Before that time "E Plurlbu.j Unum"
had been the motto. Strange to relate,
"E Pluribus Unum" on coins never was
authorized by law.
The Philippines supply the most im-
portant of our fibers, Manila hemp,
which in the present year will amount
to about $6,000,000 in value.
cided today to report the bill Introduced by
Senator Spooner or Wls<y>nsln foroontrol of the
Philippines. The bill is as follows:
"That when all insurrection aralnst the
sovereignty and authority of the United States
In the Philippine Islands acquired from Sc>ain
by the treaty concluded at Paris on the lOth
day of December. 18 b. shall have been com-
pletely suppressed by the military and naval
forces of the United States, all military, civil
and judicial powers necessary to govern the
said islands, until otherwise provided, bjr con-
gress. be Invested in such person and persons,
and shall be exercised in such manner r.s the
president of the United States shall direct for
maintaining and protecting the inhabitants of
said Islands in the free enjoyment of their lib*
erty, property and religion."
The Sennte committee on Cuba will Bend a
sub-committee of three to visit Cuba if it be-
comes feasible for senators to be absent.
A favorable report was made in the Senate
on the bill passed by the house to expend
revenues collected from Puerto Rico in that
land, with amendments.
Senator Culberson offered a resolution to
provide for estimates of cost of improving the
hip canal at Sabine pass.
The house committee in charge of the ship-
ping bill has nearly oompleted that measure to
satisfy a majority.
The dairy Interests had a hearing In the aak-
Ing for a 10 cent tax per pound on imitation
butter, and giving states authority over butter
when it passes from one state to another.
After nn executive session the Senate toolt
up the Puerto Rlcau question which resulted in
The Senate confirmed the nomination of
William Noble to be postmaster at South Mc-
Alester. I. T.. which had been held up
Senator Mason introduced a joint resolution
for medals for the men of the North Atlantic
second und fourth Fridays in each month pri-
vate pensions were cousldered. A call of the
house was required to secure a quorum.
The house i assed upon the contested seat
case from Alabama by turning out (J. A. Rol-
lins and seating Wm. !•. Aldrloh. who has been
three times given a seat on contests.
Senator Allen (Neb..) called attention to the
statement that the employes of the Senate
number :«)0 with aggregate salaries of 1610,000.
and offered a resolution for Investigation of
facts in the case. The resolution was passed.
Senator Lodge has a bill giving to the senioi
major general the rank and pay of lieutenant
The house made a special order for the bill
for the government of Hawaii for April 3;
voting on amendments to commence April 5.
Mr. Kay (N. Y.) Introduced a bill to provide
for the trial In Oklahoma of causes wherein the
United States Is a party and the plaintiff Is an
Mr. Levy (N. Y.) has a resolution providing
that one-fourth of the monthly receipt of rev-
enues in Cuba shall be turned over to the Uni-
ted States treasury uutll the total sum expended
in Cuba is refunded.
COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS.
CATTLE—Common to heavj... 3 50 ® S 35
HOGS—Choice to heavy — « JO ® 1 Si
WHEAT-No. I red •
CORN No. a S>
RYE—No. t - •>' ...
UAY-choicetimothy WM ® "
Choice prairie * -:> & '
BtJTTER S« t &
WHEAT-No. t red..
CORN No. 2
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST' '( I.KKS KKKDKltS
SOUTHERN STEERS ...
4 CO (9 5 85
3 in <£ 4 60
3 55 & 4 70
luly fit; '8
July.". „ 3(5
Open. High. Low. Today Y'day
Reversing the Fannl Style,
A 15-year-old English girl tried to
drown herself In a Wimbledon pond
because her mother Insisted on her
Tli* l'u*«ni| .
The following explanation Is given
of the remarkable condition expressed
by the word pogonlp "This Is Bald
>U^ to be a name given by the mountain-
eers of Nevada to a sort of frozen fog
H , that appears sometimes in winter, even
234 , on the clearest and brightest days. In
an Instant the air Is ftlled with floating
needles of Ice. To breathe the pogonlp
Is death to the lungs. Whea it comes,
Indians as well as whites rush for shel-
ter. It appears to be caused by the
6udden freezing in the air of the moist-
ure which collects about the summits
of the high peaks."
Built of Red Briek. i Don't stuck up. Remember there
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash- are others just as insignificant as you
fngton are red brick cities, red brick are.
6fl ttKflfl (15% 66 r>f> S
67 6HHX 6 ?* 66?i<5
3 T5 ® i 70
Chicago Live Stock.
BEEVES ft 10 <$ fl 00
'JOWS AND HEIFERS 3 00 <<jj 4 33
['ANNKRS 2 40 @ 3 00
sTOCKERS & PEBDEKS 3 f 0 (ft 4 75
J'EXAS FED REEVES 3 00 ® 4 10
HOGS 4 80 r<* 4 92*
SHEEP—Fair to choice 4 75 © 7 50
THE LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
'I wish to testify to the
merits of Aycr's Hair Vigor.
My hair was falling out and
turning gray very fast. But
your Hair Vigor stopped the
falling of the hair «na restored
it to its natural color."— Mrs.
E. Z. Benomtne, Cohocs, N.Y.,
April 2i, i8gg.
It's impossible for you not
to. with the color of seventy
years in your hair I Perhaps
you arc seventy, and you like
your gray hair. And perhaps
Dark hair for youth and vigor:
gray hair for old age and decline.
If you will use Aycr S Hair
Vigor, in less than a month
there won't be a gray hair in
It keeps the scalp free from
dandruff, stops falling of the
hair, and makes it grow thick and
long. SI.OO ■ bottle. All dnirtlMJ.
Write the Doctor
ITyon do not obtain ail the benefits you
desire from the use of tiie Vigor, write
the Doctor aliout It. Ho will tell you just
the right thing to do, and will send you
his book ou the Hair and Scalp if you
request it. Address,
Dr. J. C. Ayeu, Lowell, Mass.
From Hi Factory to USER.
JLJhi- - ONE Profit Our
Hion ARM 1VILLHA
Ing .11 achille ha? nil
ith choice of onk
_ut cabinet. In furnished
with the liit<wt imiToveil
TLE. Hy one movement
the shuttle in threaded
Against Publishing Prise Fights.
Washington. March 12.—Representa-
tive Hepburn, of Iowa, introduced a
bill providing that no picture or de-
scription of any prize fight or pugilistic
encounter, or any proposal of betting
on a fight shall be transmitted in the
mails or by any common carrier en-
gaged in interstate commerce, whether
in a newspaper or periodical or in any
other form. Any person sending or
knowingly receiving such matter for
transmission is made liable to imprison-
ment not exceeding one year or fine
not exceeding S 1,000.
■ To (iuard the Mall*.
Kansas City, Mo., March 10.—Post-
master Scott received un order from
Washington authorizing him to ap-
point a mounted guard to accompany
the registered mail to and from the
Union depot. Colonel Scott will ap-
point the new man within a few days.
This step has been rendered necessary
by the tremendous increase in the
registered mail. A guard has been
needed for some time, and we have
really been taking serious chances by
not having this protection.
Will Mine Cape Nome Sand*.
Abilene Kas.. March 8.—M. P. Her
intrton. founder of the town of Hering-
ton, is here completing arrangements
for going to Cape Nome. He will take
a party of Kansans with him and will
go equipped with machinery for mining
the sea shore sands about Cape Nome.
Rev. Mr. P. II. Anderson, of this coun-
ty, who cleared up about 8100,000 last
year, made his fortune that way and
expects to return this summer to work
Ninety-Seven Pension llllls.
Washington, March 12.—The first
day pension session of the house pro-
vided for under the new rule proved a
great success. There was compara-
tively little friction and ninety-?*ven
bills were favorably acted upon in
committee of the whole and passed by
the house. The only incident of the
session was a brisk exchange between
Mr. Loud of California and Mr. Sullo-
way of New Hampshire on the general
policy of pension legislation, in which
the former attacked and the latter
defended the system.
MF.LBA h«N the pat.
TAKF-UP, Automatic IIOttHIN WIMIhK, and
COMPLETE net of " '
imckod in a handsou.„
the muchina, «father wrapped
—* ret-clean r
shipped at first-clss* — - -
mt 11.00 within KW mile*of Chloa«o. Ths
mental, the Heven drawer* and co?-
* '' ' 'y finished, hnvini;
110 IbH. It iaehir
aveniKO Hhout $
or heinRHAN f>C6ARVF"i "nnd ^"hU-hlr flniehed. havinn
the heavy MOKEL-I'I.ATKI) ltinii llrawer I'ullfi. etc
l-.ach inochine in carefully tested before Iqayimi our
factory. A MELBA to u« menni. a nowfrj.en.l and
customer for our irer.erul line of E\Elt^THING yoa
EAT. WEAR and TT8E; therefore we enn afford to Hell
It on « close maruin and fully HlAIIAN IE F- It for
TWENTY YEARS. Wn will «hi|> thin machine «. O.
n.. With exnmlna'jon privilege, to any point in the U.
8. on receipt of #4.00 with order. Price of 7-drawer
miichine. ail complete. 1 *1 l.tt.v
Ol B sl'Bl.Vo O \T AUMil'E of 1.000 llluntrnted
pnnee will be neill prepaid on receipt of 15 cent*, which
puyapart of esprara charge*, and will be refunded on
receipt of flnrt order. Thin catalogue quote* wholesale
prices nu EVERYTHING you EAT, WEAR and UbE.
Eatal.Il.hed JOHN M. SMYTH CO.,
]f*V7 160.10(1 W. MadUon St.
Order hy this Ho. A II rillt'AOO.lU.
R« <-d POTATO drawer* In Amorita. Price* *
W 11. SO* up. liBorm.
*0. Srrd*. Kmd IhU i
V KAHK AHJI HKKD
and 10* for r*t*lo« *nd 11
Bend to-day forour bandaomely eaarL
8sth atiDlveraary work mi Pftt«i>i* /' -
MASON, FKNW10K « LAW KKNIE,
Wailiiniton, D. C.
VIV nUNIllilKKMi, mw
irra in civil war. l&adludii atmg r laima. atty ai
■at Cough Bymp. TantaaGood. J
In lima S,dl by droplet a. f
4 in lima cv«
Gift of An Englishman.
Washington, March 0.—The presi-
dent lias received through Ambassador
Choate a beautiful copy in VVedgewood
ware of the bust of lloudin's "Wash-
ington." the gift of Merton Russel
•Cotes, ex-mayor of Bournemouth, Eng-
land. The bust bears this inscription:
"This bust of the great Washington,
founder of the United States of Ameri-
ca, is presented to the nation through
President McKinley, February 22, 11)00.
by Merton Russel Cotes."
Price of lllmllng Twine.
Topeka. March 12.—The board of
•directors of the Kansas penitentiary
decided that the price of the product of
the binding twine plant at the state
penitentiary at Lansing will be 10
cents a pound, or as near that ligure as
the eost of production will permit. W.
A. Thompson, deputy warden of the
prison, is now in Central America
making contracts for sisal. Last year
the farmers puid 12^ to l.r. cents for
twine. The binding twine will be
sold direct to the consumer.
Samuel Sandoval, a desperado, wag
killed at Atarique, New Mexico.
Philadelphia had a million dollar
(Ire on March 7th. It was in the dry
Three hundred pack mules for South
Africa were shipped from Kansas City
One battalion each of the 14th, 18th
and 23d infantry, have been ordered
home from Manila.
The revenues of the government ex-
ceeded the expenses, for the month of
Representative Fitzgerald, of New
York is the youngest man in the house.
He was born in 1872.
The transport Lennox has left Port-
land, Ore., with 4f>7 horses for the
army in the Philippines.
The Sixth cavalry, now mostly at
Forts Leavenworth and Kiley, are to
go to Pacific coast posts.
The French cannon factory which
manufactured the ''Long Toms" for
the lioers is burned down.
General Lawton left no will. His
personal estate consists of about 81,000
accumulated pay as an officer.
The Fifth cavalry is coming from
Puerto Rico and will be scattered
among posts in the middle west.
There were about 100 delegates at
the annual meeting of the Council of
Jewish Women, Cleveland. Ohio.
Many retreating Boers did not stop
until they reached their homes, and
they object to any more fighting.
Three hundred non-union workmen
were put to work by Chicago con-
tractors, under heavy police guard.
The Kentucky senate has passed a
bill which makes it a felony for a stata
officer to forcibly maintain his office.
At Lady Lansdowne's war concert in
London, Mme. Patti is said to have
worn diamonds worth over 81,000.000.
lion. E. J. Phelps, former minister
to England, died at New Haven, Ct.,
March 9. Ilis remains were taken to
Kruger and Steyn, presidents of the
the two republics, have agreed together
to accept any terms for peace which
leaves their countries independent.
Their proposition to England was em-
phatically rejected by Lord Salisbury.
The Denver, Kingfisher Si Gulf, is
the name of a proposed road from
Denver through Dodge City, Kiowa
and Kingfisher to Sabine Pass.
The House of Representatives fol
lows the ruling of the postoflicc de-
partment and spells it Puerto Rico,
while all senate documents make it
Orangemen and Nationalists had a
conflict at Belfast during the excite-
ment occasioned by Cronje's surrender.
There was stone throwing and many
During eight months, prior to Ma-eh,
the total receipts of the United States
treasury exceeded the expenditures
It is now said that right of way se-
cured for an electric line between Kan-
sas City and Topeka is included in
StUlwell's projected line to Topolobain-
The custom house of Great Britain i.
rushed by parties taking tobacco, wines,
spirits, tea. etc, out of bond, in antici-
pation of increased duties, as a war
The Central Passenger association
lines have granted a 1 cent a mile rate
to tlvc annual G. A. R. encampment in
Chicago next August.
The Casein Company of America is
incorporated in New Jersey with a
capital of 0,000,000. The company will
manufacture condensed, sterilized and
evaporated milk, and the by products
A jury in a Minnesota federal court
decided that railroads must pay the
revenue t x on bills of ladinir for
Avrragr Sl«e of Children.
The average child. In Its fourth yoar,
should be three feet high and alsi
weigh more than twenty-eight pounds;
in the sixth year, three and a half feet
high and weigh forty-two pounds; in
the eighth year, four feet In height and
fifty-six pounds in weight; at twelve
years, five feet in height and seventy
pounds in weight Is a fair average.
Growth is very Irregular in children
and young people generally; perhape
two Inches may be gained In two
months, and for the rext ten months
not over an Inch, even up to the age
of ten or twelve years.
Jewelry Marked hy Tiny Nuinhere.
On every piece of worthy jewelry
there will be found a series of num-
bers so fine that a glass is needed to
correctly read them. These numbers
are there to protect the owner in event
of loss. It Is unkind to say it, but
pawnbrokers have also adopted the
numbering scheme to protect them-
selves from thieves. Every pawnbrok-
er knows where to look for these sig-
nificant numbers and In the case of a
rare bit of jewelry Its travels from the
factory to store and from store to
pawnbroker and from shop to shop
can be traced with aggravating ac-
Dojr Fnneral Denounced.
Paris Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch:
There Is a curious little scandal in the
fashionable world. It appears that
some time since a company started a
cemetery for dogs, so that an animal
which had been a friend for years
should not be thrown in dust. Certain
fashionable ladies, however, carried
the idea further, and when their dogs
died issued funeral cards. The funeral
services were held In drawing rooms.
A day or two since a dog funeral card
sent out by a titled lady reached a
bishop, who took it upon himself to
6end a stinging reproof for the travesty
on Christian service. The bishop was
told the thing was general. Thereupon
he wrote in a religious publication a
tirade against the lack of decent feel-
ing on the part of modern society
women, and the whole thing has cre-
ated quite a little sensation.
being the predominating building ma-
terial. In Washington the sameness
is relieved by the granite public build-
ings and marble business structures.
Our Natlon'a Wealth.
The material wealth and strength of
our nation is in iron, the most useful
of all metals, just as the wealth of a
human Wing lies in a useful stomach, i
If you have overworked yours, try
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. It will
relieve the clogged bowels, improve
the appetite and cure constipation,
dyspepsia and biliousness.
No man is considered smart after peo-
ple discover how he did it.
THE GRIP CURE THAT DOES CURE.
1.ax alive llromo Quinton Tablets removes
the cause that produces La Urippe. K. W-
(Jrove's signature is on each bcx. 2oc.
There is no hope for the man who
thinks he is good enough.
Talking Mucliliie lu a Clock.
Quite the newest thing in timepieces
Is the clock which announces the
hour in a somewhat metallic, but clear
and distinct voice. It is, of course, an
ingenious combination of the clock,
and the talking machine, the latter act-
ing by means of a simple connection
with the works above. Inquiries of
those in the trade show that already I
a number of orders have been received
for clocks of that kind, which so far
have been designed for advertising
Ilow the Germs Are Nurtured and the
DlHeane 1« Spread.
It would seem that people will never
learn to be careful. The recent alarm-
ing spread of that dire epidemic,
smallpox, throughout different sec-
tions of the country has been traced
by physicians and sanitarians in many
Instances directly to the moldy and
totting layers of paper and paste
which cover the walls of many houses.
The practice of laying layer after layer
of paper on a wall, using common
flour paste, is especially calculated to
create homes for disease germs. Peo-
ple could not do more to effect such a
result if they tried. The rotting vege-
table matter affords caves from which
are ready to dart forth the infection
at every opportunity. There Is no ex-
cuse for this practice, as walls and
ceilings can be coated with a pure,
cleanly and sanitary material like Ala-
hastine, for instance, at no greater ex-
pense. Alabastine Is a rock-ba3e
cement, which incorporates itself with
the wall or celling. It is easily ap-
plied, comes ready to mix with cold
water, requires no washing or scrap-
ing before renewing or retlnting, is
beautiful, long-lasting and safe.
For walls that have been infected,
nothing Is equal to Alabastine as a
disinfectant to render them pure and
clean and the rooms once more habit-
The successful man knows how to
risk his capital at the right time.
Lnxurtaat hair with lu youthful color aaaured by
using 1'ahkxk'k II ai* Balsam.
Himiik. obxb, the be t cure for conn. 15ctt.
By taking up a collection the minis-
ter gets the cents of the meeting.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any
case of Catarrh thai cannot be cured by Hall s
CalBF.hJt (JHKNEY & CO., Props.. Toledo Q.
We the undersigned, have known r. J.
Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their ti rm .
West & Trunx. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo,
O.; Waiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
Hall s Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of th«- system. Testimonials sent free, frloe
75c per bottle. Sold by all druggist*
Hall's Family Pills are tho best
i banana peels make
A shoemaker say
Two bottles of I'iso's Cure for Consump-
tion cured me of a bad lung trouble.—Mrs.
J. Nichols, l'rincetou, lud., Mar. 96, lbWft.
A man wouldn't be able to recognize
himself if he were what a woman
thinks he is.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Hoothlng Syrup.
Forchtlilrcn teething, softens the gums, reduces lir
flftuiuimlua, alleys pein. cures wind colic. 25c s bottl*
Hotels for Ofrman Students.
German students and high school
pupils traveling in the various moun-
tain regions of their country now have
at their disposal 130 taverns, 41 of
which give them a free bed, while 78
add breakfast,and 11 supper, too. Sim-
i ilar taverns have lately been opened
I in the Swiss Alps.—New York Post.
I.ow Points In Central America.
The lowest point of land between the
two oceans on the American continent
is tho grand divide in Nicaragua,
where the elevation is only 146 feet
The lowest point of land on the Isth-
mus of Panama, according to the re-
port of the canal commission, is Culc-
bra. which is 333 feet above tide water
and is now the scene of active work
by the Panama Canal company.
Ill* Blair Was Been.
He reviled the town in which he
lived and did business, and now Ed-
ward Webb, a young boot and shoe
dealer of Hopkins, Mo., has become a
wanderer upon the face of the earth
for a year. It came about by Webb
ridiculing Hopkins as a place of busi-
ness, saying lie would leave the town
and stay away for $5. The sum was
quickly raised, and rather than show
the white feather Webb accepted the
money, signed a contract and bid fare-
well to his relatives, his business and
the town. He cannot return within a
year without forfeiting a large sum of
money, death or sickness in his family
being no excuse for the breaking of tho
are Invited to wrttm la
Mrs• Plnkham for from
advice about their health,
Mrs• Plnkham Is m wo-
If you have painful
periods, backaohoa or
any of the more serious
Ills of women, write to
Mrs• Plnkham; she has
helped multitudes• Your
letter will be saoredly
Lydla E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound Is
known wherever the Eng-
lish language Is spoken.
Nothing else can possi-
bly be so sure to help suf-
fering women. No other
medicine has helped so
Remember this when
something else Is sug-
Mrs. Plnkham's ad-
dress Is Lynn, Mass.
Her helping hand Is
always outstretched to
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
Don't be fooltd with e mackintosh
or rubber coat. If you wsnta coat
that will keep you dry In the hard-
est storm buy the Fish Brsnd
Slicker. If not for sale in yout
town, write for catalogue to
A. J. TOWEK. Boston. Mass.
The above illustration shows one of the
mammoth buildings occupied by the great
Mull Order House of the John M. Smyth
Company of Chicago.
For one-third of a century this Com-
pany has been In business. Beginning in
a small way, they supplied their neigh-
bors In the near-by towns, each year
widening their field. They are now sell-
ing merchandise direct to the consumer
at wholesale prices throughout the Unlt-
P<S(fnie years ago they began supplying
their customers with an illustrated cata-
logue. As the business expanded they were
obliged to Increase the size of this cata-
logue. until today it exceeds 1.000 illus-
trated pages, quoting the lowest whole-
sale prces on everything to Bat, Wear
and Use. By a superior process of color
photography they Illustrate many of their
goods in natural colors, bringing out the
rich color value of curtains, carpets,
draperies, and the latest designs In wall
paper etc.. thus enabling the customer
hundreds of miles distant to select goods
lit Ills own fireside, knowing by the de-
scription. illustration and price the class
saver. It leaves
bine hons... the
the sub-agent and th
but- Is a
ut the pre
fit of the job-
itore brought ti
The mammoth catalogue rj
20th century dictionary of
The Illustration below she
buil ilng added t
g this amount
In short. It is a great
of this Company seems ln-
r\ considering the fact that they
dvertised so little. Their spirit of
paper Famine In France.
France is menaced with a lack of
paper. Should the present crisis con-
tinue numbers of small newspapers
and periodicals will be forced to sus-
6,434 Letters a Day.
The John A. Salzer Seed Company,
LaCrosse, Wis., received 6,434 orders
last Monday, which is a monster day,
but they expect to double this number
by the middle of March. The firm Is
having a great trade in its specialties
potatoes, speltz, Bromus Inormls,
rape. Big Four oats, Three-Eared corn
and earliest vegetables. There is a
wonderful demand for onions, cab-
bage, peas and bean seed this year.
Early Bird radish and Lightning cab-
bage, the earliest of this kind in the
wide, wide world, are having a tre-
A man never looks behind the door
unless he has been there himself.
Important to l/iothers.
Exnmino carefully every bottle of CASTORIA,
a safe and sure remedy for infunta and children,
and see that it
la Uao For over .'10 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A woman always likes to be coaxed
to accept anything she really wants.
The Best Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
( 'him. Tonic. It Iff
! utaatelcss form. Noc
I Verdict of a rural jury: "We find
the man who stole the horse not (fuilty."
A llook of Choice Iteclpe*
Sent free hy Wirier Baker 4; Co. Lid., Dorcbcftor,
Mum Mention this paper.
A woman who paints may not have
the faee to admit it, hut it speaks lor
AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY
Wc need your assistance In annouocing to the world the 0REATE5T REMEDY that 5clenc«
has ever produced, and you need our assistance o secure relief lor youraell and friend*
through SWANSON'S •'$ DROPS."
. nr-r\v o I I D DC Ml E? As urely as the American Navy has con*
f\ |\ t IVI Eli LJ T uUr IX KL Iwl EL quered and will conquer all that ofTpoeei
it so will "5 DROPS" unfailingly conquer all diseases like Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia,
Lumbago, Catarrh ol all kinds, ASTHMA, Dyspepsia, Backache, Sleeplessnew. Nervousness,
Heart Weakness, Toothache, Earache, Creeping Numbness, bronchitis.
Liver and Kidney Troubles, etc., etc., or nny disease for which we rec-
ommend it. '' 0 DROPS'' Is the name and tho dose. 14 5 DROPS" la per*
fectly harmless. It does not contain Salicylate of Soda nor Opiates in any
form. The Child can use it as well as the Adult.
Read carefully what Mr. L- R- Smith, of K1 Dorado Springs, Mo., writes
us under date of Nov. 27, 1899, also _ . —^ a ■
Martan Bowers, of Caraghar, Ohio, NEURALGIA
under date of Dec. 16th, 1899:
1 do not know how to express bow MtorfnlJ^Wnk y^r 5 DROI S
medicine Is. I was fufferlnu Intently with NjTOR^LOIAand tuougnt ror
month that I would hi
iir "li DROPS. 1
been taking" it for three weeks and hare not had
lleve It hnH nave'l >p£I}fe. This ntatem_ent_l.s positive I
lug rour "5 DROPS" for tho cure
[tkadk mahk ) riontlthat\iSWndLaMr®-
advertisement of your "5 DROPS?' I resolved W try U^ and sent for
__ _ pie bottle. Have
attack of suffering since l uwlt Uio first dose. I be-
K1 Dorado Springs, Mo.. Nov. 27. 188U.
/our "5 DROPS" came to hand on the llth of last month and
waa ftlad to receive It for I was suffer!ng at the time wlih untold
M ATlSM snd got no relief until 1 fOty°ur "0 DROPS,
j. MART AN BOWERS. Box 83. Caraghar. Ohio. Dec.lB, IHU.
glr« " 6 DROPS" at least a trial, w will send a samplo bottls, pre-
paid by mall for 95c. A sampl® bottl® will convince yo*_Also, large 1k>ttles (300doeea)
(LOU, C bottles for 06. Sold by u* and agents. AflBSTS WAITUHelsw Territory-
HWANHON RHEUMATIC CUKK CO.,
all you say 1 ...... -r —— -r-
V,A IRON nOUHTfllH RSUTE
The World's Ssnltarlum and All-Year*Round Pleasure
Resort, reached only via this 11ns. Elegant Hotelst
Sublime Scenery: Delightful Climatei Healing Ho
Springs. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, without ohangs,
from St. Louis. Heduoed Hound Trip Batee all yea
round, from all coupon points in ths U. 8. and Canada,
•#-For descriptive and Ulustrsted pamphlet, write
Company's agenta. or H. C. TOWNBBND, Oentrsi
Passenger and Ticket Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Planning to Paper This Spring?!
I'uyLnK Heforo Due.
Topeka, March 10.—The board of pen-
itentiary directors have fthked <Jo er-
nor Stanley to use his influence to have
the lirst issue of binding twine plant
hands—850,000—taken up to save in-
terest. Taxes sufficient to take up
these bonds lately have been received
jby the state treasurer. The bonds are
held by the school fund. The governor
will ask the school fund commissioners
to allow the bonds to 1*? taken up.
^They have been running live months.
They were issued for one and two years.
Kickers are never popular, but they
often supply the impetus that makes
other men popular.
talrnesii und Industry Is the secret of this
wonderful suecew. The quantity of food#
they retjulre In some lines enables them
to handle train loads of merchandise so-
cur«sl at the lowest poaslhle cost and
fr\\ttn'goods In the rough are corning
from the mills and factorl"* In the Ksat,
th* lake steamers nre pressed nto serv-
ice at a freight expense which Is hut lit-
tle In advance of the Iron ore rates.
Their references are: Any bank or_ ex-
press company, or any man
child In Chicago.
PLOW HAMMER AND ANVIL.
rrn* s wrll known Felloe Co.. III., fareitri
"Dreed#, 111., Feb. 21, ltKHK I think the
1 uffley Mow 11 urn in cr and Auvll la sll
thai In clslmed tor It ' livery farmer
•bould have one.se thry will ssve many
u trip to ths shop, enables one to alwari
havi> hur|>tooU. Tbev are one of the sig
Lhtle TbU|« oo • Kara that All*a long felt
%ant. w. ij. I.o vs." 8end for Clrr ular# and Cats
«' per set I.KOSUK l. TI rVLKV A CO., (seise, ILL.
Therf to entbtn. j
tut m coif
form your HOME In
point ol HEALTH
We rartT AI.L th
Ule.1 . si P"P-
nU. pricot, from 8tj
Reader, why not be able to use the mo «
mysterious end powerful (one of nature*
PVM| |iy my method you ct n k-arn to Hypnotize
u cas perform all of the mai
feats that are poeeible to ti
Through llypnotlam you o
l ist Ittuea in nno* lorm a mamnioui ii.ua*
tr.ited LESSON or Ury to Hjpnotl...
which fully e*plain* the myatenei and se*
crcrt cf the Art. It contains hun.lrr.ls ol
beautiful and artistic
ings, and is
ite and expenvve thing
published. For a
. _ jf the kind
I will aend this magnificent work AbSO*
gantly illustrated literature withou?
chari/e. Kcineml*r. all thU costs you
nothing. A postal card will bring it. ^-3 t
gue | Order to-day ami learn to Hytmoti/e.
... ' It is a chauie of a lifetime. Address.
"rf 'h. i PUOF. L. A. IIARIUUKJi,
Station 213.Jacksos. Mit-h.
irlll refunded on r-mliit of y(
wkol«ale pric. on EVESYll)
r, WEAS ar •
JOHN M. SMYTH COMPANY,
Order by this No. A 11
UNO yon EAT, WEAR Ind\lSk
ISO to 166 West Mod I.son St.,
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 & 3.60 SHOES Si
.Worth S4 to $6 compared.
\ with other makes€ /
V.Indorsed l y over
earnuine have W. L.
[ Oouglas' name and prta*
i stamped on bottom. Ti1 ~
I no substitute claimed to
1 as good. Your deale
i should keep them —if
not, we will send a pair .
n receipt of price and ^c.
| extra lor carriage.
FOR 14 CENTS
n t hU 7 ear >00,010
We wlah to gain this j
new customer*, and n
Pkg. City Garden ~
Csrl'st Emerald L
i Crosse Market Lettuce, lfto
rrald CumiinbtrlLc |
r KadUh, loo 1
1 " Karly Ripe Cabbage, loo I
1 " Farly Dinner Onion, toe I
8 •* Brilliant Flower Seeda, ISo i
Worth S1.00, Tor 14 eenta. ft.oO i
Above 10 Pkgs- worth fl.lv, we will 1
mail yon free, togetl
itlOM DOLLAR POTATO
of this nollee 4 14c.
■rest Catalog, telling all about
SAL lit S MilllQH D9LLAI POT ATI
• pou receipt of this nollee Al-lc. (
stamps. We Invite yourtrade, aud
■ yoa will ne
Prises on Hal
Tomato Giant t
JOH* A. H4LZEH SBRDt O.,
State kind of leather,
lain or cap tne. Cat. free.
.It Thlaai *e a Fam that fl lie a l"ti|
vr." Send for CHrulars and <
IE E. TITTLI
Locomotor Ataxia con
juered at last. Doctor*
:ht Incurable bt
[>K.CHASE'S HLOOIJ A Nil N lit VE FOOD
Write mo about your esse Advlesaad preof of csrsi
IHKE. ItS. CHASE, 224 N. lOth e*...rMII SfU MU.ri
If afflicted with
Thompson's Eyt Wslsr
L'uiou soldiers and widows of soldiers who mads
homestead entries before June 22,1874 of less thss
160 seres (no matter If abandoned or relinquished)
Ifthey have not sold ihclr additional homestead
rights, should address, with full partlcujars. g v
log district. &c BlVSf V. ton, wuhlnftca. P. 0.
'er do without,
>n oarth. won—
free. Fre«> nd*
vice s to patentability. Rend for Inventor'«
Printer, free MILO 8. BTEVENS & CO., lis
tsbllsbed 1864, sn isth hl, Wa«hin«lon. D. C.
llrauch Offices: Chlcsgr, Usvelaud sad Detroit.
□cyciniic Your Pension
rcnoiuno DOUBLE QUICK!
Write CAPT. O'FAHRELL, Pension Agent.
1435 New York Avenue. WA5HINOrON, D. C.
NEW DISCOVERY, gives
Hilck relief snd curse worst
sis sad 10 DiTH' trestaisnt
SOSS. Bet K, AtlaaU. U*.
W. N. U. WICHITA NO 11 IWvHi
1 • n _ 1°?'D""', ... I khen *a wtrlog MvertlMineits
TJie_Best_on_Earlh1 Mention tw* r ««t.
Is half done. How well1 1
La Creole Will Restore those
march*" t doesn't handle, send us $1 and get oraDald to any part U. 8, or Canada.
Is a perfect hair
VAtt VLEET-MANSFIELD DRUC CO., MEMPHIS.
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