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HOT WEATHn GARDEN WORK
Pulling Up Weeds Whenever Found
Will Save Considerable Labor
Next Year Care for Lilacs.
, (By nnnN E. IlEXFOUD.)
Weed, and wcud nnd weed again
In brief, pull up every wood aa soon
iib you see It All the- work of this
kind dono tola season will savo a
great deal of labor next year, for
every plant allowed to ge to seed
will most likely bo perpetuated by a
Mako a practice of going over the
garden beds and clipping away seed
vessels. Tho plants will at. once set
. about making good their loss nnd as
flowers aro tho first step toward tho
formation of seed, they will soon pro
duco a now crop of blossoms.
In this way mako almost constant
bloomers of kinds that won't bloom
but once during tho season if al
lowed to follow out their own in
clinations. Keep the ground about the lilac
bushes mowed or hoed closely. If
this is dono tho suckers about this
plant of which so much complaint is
made, will causo no more trouble
than ordinary weeds. It is when
they aro allowed to grow for a sea
son that the troublo begins. There
fore, keep them down from tho start
and you will havo nothing to com
pluin of. A placo without tho lilacs
would be one that failed to live up
to tho privileges warranted. I con
sider the lilac one of our very best
SURE TO DESTROY WEEDS
Ingenious Implements Arranged to
Allow Injection of Liquid Around
Roots of Plants.
A most Ingenious implement for
!fstroy!tig woeds has been invented
rby a Washington man. A rod lias
a sharp metal point at ono end and
Sure Weed Destroyer.
a reservoir extending out from it
Just above this point, which la hol
low and has an opening at the bot
tom. The reservoir has a discharge
spout leading into tho hollow point
and a rubber bulb, by means of pres
sure on which tho contents of the
reservoir aro discharged through tho
spout This reservoir is filled with
fnlinrtn Itllntk nt t-rkmn nllino Itnutil
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f that will kill nlant life. The irardon-
er then inserts the point at the root
of a weed and presses on the rub
ber bulb with his foot An iujection
Is thus squirted on tho roots of tho
weed, which soon kills It. Compare
this method with tho laborious sys
tem of pulling weeds up, one by one,
and tearing up tho turf Into tho bar
gainto say nothing of tho wear and
tear on the only back you'll ever
hn --'TiJTroui .
Stacking hay from wagons
y May Be Arranged to Do the
Work In Fields Where There
Is Much Hay to Be Piled.
The accompanying illustration
Ehows how to mako a trolley stacker
ithat will do service In the field where
there Is much hay to bo stacked. In
constructing this a wlro cable one
half inch thick is required, says a
writer In the Farm and Home. It
Imay bo made any length, according
:to tho requirements of the farm
Trolley Hay Stacker.
B'his cable la attached to stakes in
ie ground and la run up through a
irotch mado by two long poles at
lither end of tho stack. On this ca-
5n an ordinary hay fork. A,
and c show details of attaching the
ibles to tho poles.
Large Silos Practical.
Silngo settles very compactly when
it into tho silo, and the pressure
uld approximately follow the same
ws as apply to liquids. Thus the
essure per square inch at tho hot-
of tho silo would bo largely gov-
ned by tho height to which tho silo
filled. If the silo Is of stavo con
ruction with hoops, this would mean
at a silo 150 feet in circumference
uld require hoops practically three
a as strong as a 60-foot silo. This
ause there would ho turco times
i pressure pui bijiiuiu men recuivou
m tho silage. It Is entirely prac-
:able to provide for such strain.
ho chemist tells us that 70 per
jnt of the feeding value of corn
Ider is below tho ear. If this be
ie, bowymuch do you loso by feed
I the fader wholo when put In tho
stalk Is worth about as much
ear, and the ear has lost none
DEVICE TO MEASURE FIELDS
Simple Contrivance Shown In Illus
tration Much Better Than Sur
veyor's Chain or Tapellne.
Tlio slmplo contrivance shown In
the Illustration for meaaurlng fields Is
much better than a surveyor's chain
or tapellne, because It can bo used
by one person, says fho Homestead.
It is made of a small hub and spokes
a little larger (han lath. Mako them
of such size thnt ono revolution meas
ures exactly ono rod. This Is dono
by having each spoko thirty-two and
Hub and Spokes.
one-half incheB long. The hub (b)
is mado of two circular pieces of
board ono Inch thick and six inches
in diameter bolted face to fnco to
gether, and holding the spokes firmly
in the grooves previously cut Thero
should bo eight spaces between the
points, na thero nro eight spokes,
which at tho end should bo twenty
four and three-fourths Inches apart
Tho points of tho rpokes must not bo
sharp, or they will sink into soft
ground and tho distance will not be
Device for Meaouring Fields.
accurate. Paint one spoke a different
color from tho rest, so that It may bo
easily counted every time it comes
around. Push tho wheel ahead like
a wheelbarrow. Measure tho field
lengthwise, then crosswise, multiply
length In rods by breadth and divido
the icsult by 1G0, which will give tho
number of neves the field contains.
BALE YOUR HAY THIS YEAR
Kept Compact, Is Easy to Handle
and Takes Up Comparatively
Little Room Always Clean.
Looso hay Is so bulky thnt It takes
up flvo or six times tho barn space
of baled hay. Loose hay quickly
gathers dust which causes cough
ing of stock and perhaps disease.
The whole outside of a stack of loo: 3
hay is practically wasted by wind,
rain, sun and the other elements.
This often amounts to 20 per cent of
tho stack. Loose hay can not be
shipped far, and the local dealer
knows It So ho pays you his price,
and you sell because you know that
your loose hay must bo sold near
Haled hay is compact easy to
handle takes up comparatively lit
tle space, so can be stored until
prices reach the top, when you can
sell anywhere, distance does not mat
ter much. Daled hay Is always clean
and fresh, loses nono of its nutritive
qualities, and there Is no waste.
Under no circumstances should you
use the same garden spot again until
you have rid the soil of tho worms
and grubs. To do this plow the land,
roll, drag and roll again to hold the
moisture so all tho weeds will start
to grow. Then givo It another thor
In September go over tho ground
again making sure all weeds aro de
stroyed, and next spring you may
again use the space for a garden.
Loosening the Soil.
Loosening of the soil on the sur
face forms a mulch which rniiRprvPR
the moisture and also offers tho most
favorable conditions to pack and
store rainfall. The soU ls also aerat
ed. The foul gases arising from de
caying organic matter are removed
and oxygen is supplied to the grow
ing plants. More than this, the fer
tility of tho soil is developed by cul
tivation. Don't Disappoint.
Don't disappoint your customers.
Make sacilficos if necessary to live
up to your promises. Do prompt, be
courteous, bo accommodating. Make
your patrons feel that your produce Is
the best, and make certain that there
Is at least nothing better.
Remember that bees crawl up in
stead of down.
Extracted honey will candy much
sooner than comb honey.
The drains should bo properly laid
out and carefully graded.
You give tho weeds a big advantago
if you let them go to seed.
Send your honoy to tho market In
as attractive a form as possible.
When the cropB begin to grow it's
easy to find whero tho manure
The breeder that Is afraid of the
real test of his breed will never'do tho
breed much good.
Some weedB have such tenacious
roots that tho only way to kill them
Is to pull them up.
Ono of tho chief causes for alfalfa
fnlluro is that tho young plants are
crowded out by weeds.
Deep plowing is ono of tho most
effective ways of keeping a good mois
ture content in tho coll.
Tho nutoraobllo Is an Important
addition to tho farm equipment. It
is moro than a luxury.
Do not plow whon tho ground in
wet. Whon this is dono tho soil is
compacted Into hard lumps.
Old fence posts are worth raoro If
cut ip nnd put in the wood house
than If left lying around to rot.
At n Jolly affair given for a brldo
who had lived In tho town all her
life, and was a great favorite, tho
hostess asked each guest to bring a
"can" of something for an emergency
shelf. Then she gave this "can" con
test, reading tho questions, each one
keeping account of the number nn
swered. ThoURh this can Is a can, you nil will
THe ran Is termed ihur. 'because It
This lone, narrow can holds so precious
That oft you will And it has moro than
Tho most wicked can, tho' snfo from
Should you search for Its heart you
Mill fl nil It In grouse.
This can Is a can that delights you and
It nlwnys Is "open," and likewise Is
Where breezes blow, nnd surges roll.
With swelling form and mnnrnr
This can In triumph rides tho waves,
Tho tailor's llvlnc nnd hln shroud.
Here's n can which, bear In mind.
Lives on others of Its kind.
They npy empty cans will produce the
Dut It properly tilled, this will startle
Most cans are hardly fit to pat,
let you'll like this kind, nlco and
Tho waltz or the glee or the bold and
Each one, as his favorite. Indorses;
But for those who prefer oratorio
This can sweetest music discourses.
Now who would elect In a can to re
side. Yet this as a shelter Is known far nnd
A can of most sagacious mind,
'Tl3 "frutjnl, prudent, shrewd," you'll
That a horse should use cans, seems
Indeed strnnKe to say,
Yet If pressed to have one, he'd not
utter a nay.
To put cuns In poems no one Is li
ellnp'l, Yet cans of this sort In some poems
In tubs nnd In barrels men have ven
tured from land,
And in enns of tills kind, so I under
stand. Now hero Is a can that Is yellow and
T would seem little prized, for it
urows on the ground.
Canister. 9. Cantata.
Canal. 10. Canopy.
Candle. 11. Canny.
Candid. J2. Cimter.
Cnnvni. 33. Canto.
Cannibal. 14. Cnnoe.
Cannon. 1C. Cantaloupe.
THE gown on the left 13 a pretty
gown of cream Vlyelln, cut
Magyar and trimmed with col
lar and cuffs of turquoise VI
yolla; tho right front is taken ovor to
tho loft side, 'where fastening la
formed by buttons covered In blue.
A glrdlo draws tho gown In at waist
Materials required: Flvo yards VI
jella 33 Inches wide, 1 ynrd blue for
trimming, 9 buttons.
A real klmouo, in style, Is the sec
ond. It Is mado up in Japanese cot-
The voguo of fuschla has but little
Abovo all others, tho season's fab
ric Is voile.
Squaro and round neck bodices aro
Fashlouablo aro royal purple para
sola with whito Bilk linings.
Sailor collars of satin or silk aro
now volled with black or whito chif
fon. Satin nnd vclvotoou aro predicted
as tho leaders hi tult material for tho
Nothing seems to diminish tho popu
larity of (tho collarless bodlco or
A novel and pretty conceit from
Paris is colored sasheB and shoes to
Irregular shapes and plonty of un
curled ostrich plumes mark tho latent
largo hats us n rule.
j& ygfanma5m mini n iiiirtm-imi man m .m im iiiiImijmljsu
After tho mooting of a musical club
tho hostess had this little diversion:
Ono played tho melody of tho follow
ing songs, tho titles being unnu
nounccd. "Star-Spnngled Manner," "Marching
Through Georgia," ''Columbia, tho
Oom of tho Ocean," "Battle Hymn of
tho Republic," "Tramp, Tramp,
Tramp," "Hall Columbia," "Homo
SWeet Homo," "Yankee Doodle,"
"Whon Johnnlo Comes Marching
Homo Again," "Auld Lang Syno,"
Tho guests wroto down tho names
opposite tho numbers, tho pianist say
ing as she played, "No. 2," etc. After
each plcco the hostess hold up an ob
ject which illustrated a term used In
music, for Instance "Time," was a
small clock: "measure." a yardstick:
"koy," a door key; "flats," two fiat
irons: "lines," n pair of nursery lines;
"sharps," a carvins set: "tic." a gen
tleman's tlo; "bnrs," smnll clothes
bars; "staff," a cano; "a wholo noto,"
n dollar: "a half-note." a half dol
lar: "a quarter-noto," a silver quarter.
The ice cream was In shnpe of mu
sical instruments nnd tho bonbons
wero in small pianos, violins, etc.
For a guest going abroad, tho hos
tess had this contest, giving tho ques
tions at the tabic:
What ship has no soft berths? Hard
ship. What do Quakers prefer? Friendship.
What ship requires tho best men? Sea
manship. Wlmt ship should saints sail In? Wor
ship. AVhnt ship held only twelvo persons?
What ship should nlwnys protect lis
What ship Bhould rlcht Itself even
when capsized? Clerkship.
This ship Is possessed of every "fac
Is looking for a mate? Courtship.
Always has n house under It? Senator
ship. What ship 1 always fastened to n
Always managed by moro than ono per
AVlint ship Is mado for ono of Its own
What ship is never overloaded? States
manship. MADAME MBRRI.
Their prominence in tho coronation
celebration tins brought rich oriental
fabrics again to tho foro.
tsn crepe, edged dowu front and on
sleeves by bands of sateen of the
same color as design on crepe. A sash
draws tho gown in at tho waist, and
la loosely knotted at tho left side of
front, whore ends aro loft hanging.
Materials required: 8oven yards
cotton crepo 28 inches wide, IYj yards
Sweet peaa In their dollcato pink,
bluo, lavender and pink Bhades aro
ldeul for tho afternoon hatB.
The Kimono Cape.
Tho kimono cape Is to bo noticed
among tho latest fashions, and n most
ntractlvo fashion It Is, giving tho
daintiest of finish to tho one-pleco
gown of lluoii or pongee. Thcuo two
materials are for tho moment tlto
most desirnblo, but Just as In the
other model this can servo for next
winter In cloth or velvet or in velvet
with fur. It Is smart, It Is novel, and
most becoming, and Mirely thero Is
nothing moro that 'could ho desired.
It Is very charming mado up in cerlno
tussor with fnclnga of a darker satin
and with pipings of the satin, and It
affords an excollent opportunity for
good color combinations or contrasts.
An odd but boautlful evening gowt
Is of chamois-colored tulle, with cm
broldorlos worked on real chamois
leathor in Japaneso stylo with floss
sIlkH. Tho doslgns aro chrysanthe
mums In lovoly shades of yollow, gray
and drab, and horo mid thoro a dragon
worked In silver thread.
!IE HAD THEM IN A CORNER
Clergyman's Rebuke to Thoughtless
Youths at Onco Neat and
A well-known clergyman was ono
dny In n barber's shop, when four or
five young men walked in whom ho
know by their voices, but who did not
recognize tho man In tho chair, with
lather nil over his face. They pro
ceeded to spend tho tlrao by telling
stories nnd using expressions which,
to say tho least, wore rathor strong.
When tho bnrber pulled away the
lowcl tho clergyman, cleanly shavorts
stood beforo thorn. So nonplussed
wero they thnt no ono tried to tako
tho vacant chair, and tho barbor
cnlled several times "Noxt gcntlo
man! Noxt gentleman 1"
Tho clergyman smiled somowhnt
grimly ns ho said:
"It iRn't a hit of no, John Thr'
not a man hero who has tho effront
ery to answer to that name."
TO KEEP THESKIN CLEAR
For moro than a generation, Cutl
cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment havo
dono moro for pimples, blackheads
and oilier unsightly conditions of tho
complexion, red, rough, chapped
hands, dandruff, itching, scaly noalps,
and dry, thin and falling hair than nny
other method. They do oven moro for
skin-tortured nnd disfigured infants
and children. Although Cuticura Soap
and Ointment aro sold by druggists
nnd dealers throughout tho world, a
liberal samplo of each, with 32-pago
book on tho core of tho skin nnd hair
will bo sent post-freo, on application
to "Cutlcurn," Dopt. 22 L, Boston.
Man in tho nig Hat I'vo alwnyp
mado monoy out of politics.
Man in Small Hat Aro you a po
Man in Dig Hat No; I'm tho leader
of a brass band. Tho musicians al
ways get paid, but tho oratorB aro ex
pected to talk for nothing.
NEW STRENGTH FOR BAD BACKS.
Thoso who Buffer with backache,
headache, dizziness and that constant,
dull, tired fooling will find comfort in
tho ndvlco of Mrs. C. S. Tyler, Caudo,
Bl U'revMii4i N Dalc" who Bars:
j3L ffSiiJ "My back becamo
terribly soro and
lame. I was tired
and rcstlos3 and
would aviso so ex
hausted I could
scarcely dress. Tho
wero terribly annoy
ing and my feet bo
enmo so Bwollen I
could not wear my shoos. Nothing
helped mo until I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills. They gavo mo prompt
relief and In a shor', timo I waa entire
Remember tho nnme Doan's.
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere Price GOo.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffnlo. N. Y.
"Whero on earth do those flies como
fiuiu"" ia ti fiequeni timl uetipairiug
They may como down tho chimneys,
if tho flroplncca havo tipping dampers.
Theso should bo tightly closed In fly
time. An appreciable falling off In
their number will bo tho rosult.
If tho chimneys have not tho tip
ping damper, a screen such as Is used
for a window can bo fitted into the
fireplace; or, easier still, a bundle of
papor may bo stuffed up tho chimney.
Either method is successful, nnd no
trouble Is too great to get rid of these
Plenty of Stability.
A western mining prospector was
paying his first visit to New York.
"What do you think or It?" asked
tho proud Gothamito as ho pointed
out tho skyscrapers.
"Wall," replied tho miner, "It looks
liko a permanent camp all right"
BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE
Mend 2o Btu nip for tlvo tittuplm of in 7 Tory cliolo
.va (iulj lCuibnM.l lilrthilujr, Klonor ami Motto
I'oit Curda: beautiful colurs and loveliest drslgns.
Art 1'ut.t Card Club, TCI Jiuion St., 'i)poka, Kuuas
A sordid love of monoy Is certainly
a very senseless thing, for tho mind
much occupied with it ia blind to ev
erything oIeo. Dlphllua.
Classifying Member of Inferior Sex.
Stella la her husband a stick?
Hella No, a buttonhook.
irotD limn j
UtWm iiiwT I
Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
sex should write to Dr. Pierce and reccivo free the
odvice of a physician of over 40 years experienco
a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of womtn, livery letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce hat they would shrink from
telling to their local physician, Tho local physician
Is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without "an examlnalion," Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally need
less, und that no woman, except in raro cases,
Dr. Piereo's treatment will cure
i yu mime. jii --1'HYomo rroscripuoa lias cured
Lundrcds of thousands, some of litem the worst of cases.
It Is tho only medicine of ilo kind that Is tho product of a regularly graduated
Physician. Ihe only ono good enough that its rankers dare to print its every
ingredient on its outsido wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examina
tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs aro found In if. Some unscrup
ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Don't tako it. Don't trifle
with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Associatior, Dr. It.
V. Iierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., tako tho advice received am1 ne well.
HAD CAUQHT THEM.
H LU I U 5
Ho (after ho had kissed her) My!
what's that nolso back of us?
She I guoss papa's trying his now
motion picturo machine.
JuKtinri talln thin ittory "In th!owr
court of a small town In Saxony Wil
liam had served faithfully and woll
ns attendant to tho presiding Judgo
for mnny years without over having
received any reward asldo from his
legal stipend. On tho day of adjourn
ment for tho sonson, when visitors
had retired, tho Judgo, who was also
about to leave, neked: 'William, do
you smoke-?" Seeing a squnro box un
der tho Judge's arm, ho answered re
spectfully: 'Yes, your honor.' 'I
know it by tho smoll of your coat,'
said tho Judgo, as ho walked out"
Examine carefully every bottlo of
CASTOUIA, a snfo and Buro remedy for
Infanta nnd children, and seo that It
Bears tho -& m
Signature of CdaifZls
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
His Way of Life.
"War is hell."
"You seem to bcliovo that in times
of penco ono should prepare for war."
Tho man who plays poker for pas
timo usually passes moro or less
coin over to tho other fellow.
Mrs. VlnsloW BootMnfr Hynip for Children
trethhiff, softens the fruniB. reduce Inflntntnn.
Uou. k11u u pain, cures triad coiic. Ha a bottle.
For tho son of man thoro is no
nojilo crown, but a crown of thorns.
"BETTER TOR MErT, WOMEN" AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OH,
SALTS.OS PUIS, A3 IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFTICffOT,' 1 AS
IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE.
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
,AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
icatvmtii i?m' cvLnvurk
e vim m r tu j i x v jt
in Hie Circle.
oneveniiPacfiao of IhoGonuinG.
ALL RELIABLE DRUCCtSTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND
GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULD
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PKEPARA.
TI0HJ, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, BECAUSE
rr IS RIGHT TO DO SO AMD FOR THE COOD OF THEIR
CUSTOMFRf, WHEN IN NEED OP MEDICINES, SUCH
DRUGGISTS ARE "THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, A3 YOUR
UFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME. DEFEND UPON
THEm SKILL AND RELIABILITY
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE
CENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
ORUCCISTS. RECULAR TRICE S0 PER BOTTLE.!
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA B TIBJ ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE,
BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENCTHENMC WAV
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WTTHOUi;
IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING. AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE Bl AN
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE, rr M RECOMMENDED BY MHXIONS OF WBLU
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF FTS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE. TO GET IT1
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINC; MANUFACTURED BY THE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
Cure tbe skin and acli ns a prerenttTii (or others, liquid ctTen o
tuetoiiKue. Bofe for brood mares nnd all others. Best kidney remedy: SB
cents and Jl .00 a bottle ; 15.00 and f 10.00 tbe dozen. Sold by all druiiltt
and horse goods houses, or EjiV"press paid, by the manufacturers.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. ChemUu, GOSHEN, INDIANA
W. L. DOUGLAS
2.50, 3.00, 3.50 & 4.00 SHOES
WOMEN wear W.LDougla. styliih, perfect
fitting, easy walking booti, became ihcy give
long wear, same as W.LDouglas Men's shoes.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
The workmanship which has madeW. L.
Douglas shoes famous ihe world over is
maintained in every pair.
If I could take you into my large factories
nt Brockton, Mass., and show you how
carefully W.LDouglas shoes are made, you
would then understand why thev are war
ranted to hold their shape, fit belter and
wear longer than nny other make for the price
CAUTION Tho K'1 1 W. T IouBlm
""" imiiio mill prion stamped on bottom
If yau cannot obtain W. I- Douslsa shoes In
jour town, wrlto for ciitnlou. Shoes sent direct
from factory to wearoi , nil i-harires prepaid. W.T..
UOUGUAij, 145 Hparlt St., llrockton. Mass.
should submit to them.
you rijlht in tho prlvaoy of
Cured by Lydia E, Pinknams
Morton's Gap, Kentucky. "I suf
f cred twt, years with female disorders.
1ML& my neal" was very
Dau ana x naa a
which was slmclr
awful. I could not
stand on- m fft
& long enough to cook
'if-a, meal's victuals
without my back
nearly killing1 me,
and I would hats
such dratrrinir sen
sations I could
had soreness in each sido, could not
stand tight clothing, and was irregular.
I was completely run down. On ad
vico I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Pills and
am enjoying good health. It is now
moro than two years and I haro not
had an neho or pain Binco I do nil my
own work, washing and everything,
nnd novcr have tho backache any moro.
I think your medicine is grand and I1
pralso it to nil my neighbors. If you1
think my testimony will help others
you may publish it." Mrs. Ollik
woodall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky.
Backacho is a symptom of organic)
weakness or dorangomont. If you
havo backacho don't neglect it. To
got pormnncnt roliolf you must reach
the root of tho trouble. Nothing we
know of will do this so surely as Lydia
E. rinkham'a Compound.
Write to Mrs. Pinkhnm, at
Ijynn, Mass., for spoclnl advice.
Your letter -will bo absolutely
confidential and tho advice free
Uirorn.Nrnif nlons Ulrnrn, Vnrlrno l)lcrs,In
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W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. 33-1911.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
ONE I'AIKor my HOYS' 83,3.SOor
3.00 rlHOKH will positively outwear
TWO 1'AIllH of ordinary boy s' shoes
Sioux City Directory
slie for t&OO. Ho dealer's proas
to par. Mater to user. Heeure
lr packed and snipped V H B 11.
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Mall orders siren special attention.
All litmlB amateur suppllei strictly
fresh. Heml for catalog,
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Established 30 Years
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