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A SATISFACTORT 091dINA1
-kes' of no farm wor So- 1tj
We -as the breeding and feedIiik.'of
swa'*n connection with the produo
a %of cream and raising of fruit,
a farmer in the' Agriculturist.
' turn our brood sows into an
ard of about four acres in the
rlag and fed them half rations of
milk, middlings and bran. This
ps them rugged and thrifty, and
e pigs grow likewise. The trees
look line, and we get a good crop
DTPP'NG FOWLS FOR LICE.
'To treat a number of fowls Indi
Widualy -wlth louse powder is a tedi
4Ds, unpleasant task. An easier and
*quanly successful plan is to dip the
fowlin a reliable brand of sheep dip.
iold the fowls by the legs, heads
Wown, with one band supporting their
beads. Let the solution cover every
part of the body from the toes up, ex
eept the head and eyes of the hen.
Reserve this part until last, as the
hen gasp and struggle when their
bman go under. (Put the fowls to and
to several times In the tub, which
insures the solution percolating
through the feathers and reaching all
metons of the body.
Keep each fowl in the solution not
1e. than one full minute, and two
minutes is often better. Dipping
abodll 'be performed only on warm,
clear days, so the fowls can after
wards dry themselves In the sun and
Will not catch oolds.-Epitindst,
, MONEY IN POULTRY.
TkIt the poultry institute held by
the Coloi-ado Agricultural College In
Greeley, Professor W. G. Chambers
exhibited a Rhode Island Red hen
that had laid 200 eggs in one year.
- Professor Chambers keeps from
fbrty to fifty hens on a town lot and
: to buy all his feed. He keeps an
Murate account of all expenses, and
Pat year for feed, louse killer, straw
t all incidentals, the cost was $1 a
. iHe uses trap nests and keeps no
ben that lays less than 120 eggs in
Gwvlve months. The average for his
*nMre flock Is a little over twelve
dkse eggs a ben per annum.
The average price in the open mar
1t for the year for eggs has been
twest7-11ve cents a dozen. This
makes at market price an income of
43 a hen for the year-$2 a hen more
than the cost of feed where all feed
has to be purchased. .
Vrofessor Chambershas made more
an this amount, because he has sold
e of his eggs for hatching.
Hs hens are given dry feed entire
4. Iie gives a light feed of whole
y eat and corn three times a day,
4=tterlng the grain in the litter.
lie keeps before his hens all the
time fi self-feeding hoppers a dry
Mash made of the following mixture:
Sran, 200 pounds; alfalfa meal. 200
pounds; cora meal, 100 pounds:
4horts, 300 pounds; linseed meal, 100
spounds; meat, bone and blood, 100
All m1xed with a 'little salt and
B1lAGE FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Professor Soule, of the Virginia
*tation, recently made the following
deparL of a cattle feeding test:
.During last winter an interesting
experniment with sixty head of beef
etttle was* conducted at ethe experi
enent 4iation. T1he- twent? cattle fed
atlage made an average gajn,of l.46
pound pier head per'day, the twenty
catLt led timothy hay, 1.10 pouhd
per head per day, and the twenty eat
tle Ted shredded corn stover, -.9'?.
potiad per head per day.
Teewas thus a differsnce of -One
third A. one-halt. pound, of gain. per
bea* -per day in favor~ of the silage
fed 'esille. 'The silage fed cattle fin
khed 'off the best and showed more
qualuy than the others and in any
diaeriminatinug mnariset would have
br a .a onalderably higher prices.
T71 SL se orprejudicVgais U5ilng
lilaxe for the winter'feedlbd df beef
eate is hard to understand, for it
has ben fully demonstrfated that
adlage -fad cattle will kill-out quite. as
weLt as the dry fed cattle, and the
sneal da, geneorally speaking, of a
superior quality. Whereas the eiage
was all eaten up, 13.6 of the stover
sad! 4..15 per cout. of .the hay were
.r he gains shol7 th~at the caitte f$l
Mae Indt of a satisfactory --quality.
En previoas experiments a pound of
bam hua been made for a conaump
Sismen three to four pounds of grain,
Obs'1wage fed cattle in etbis teat-oqn-.
r .eg 4.64 piounds of 'grAIn -tog 's
a mi 40f g*in,. the Stovel, fed ogIttle
Jt:.15-peands, or aboun twice ai
..se, .Andt the hay fed cattle 8.91
r 45 pounds more por da;
us e ens, the aveu
- iarAWs n
affected X l14
hurt nqe ly
and the u wl was
badly diVor4d ed.
4)o6tors said -niy
right kidney *as
They said I could,
.'never walk again.
I read of Doan's Kidney PiVs and be
gan using them.,. Oe box made me
stronger and freer from pain. I kept
on using them, and in three motthI
was able to get out on crutkches, and
the kidneys were acting better. I im
proved rapidly, discarded the drutches
and to the wonder of my friends was
soon completely cured."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Industry is the parent to success,
and the success belongs to the man
who wons the industry.
Good Thing to Know.
Those who traverse the alkali
plains of the West and inhabit the
sand blown regions of Texas, find
daily need for a reliable eye salve.
They never drug the eye, but simply
apply externally the staple, Dr
Mitchell's Eye Salve. This Salve is
sold everywhere. Price 250.
GIRLS TO STUDY JOURNALISM.
A Massachusetts Girls' College Es
tablishes the First School of Jour
nalism in Such an Institution.
Northampton, Mass., Special.-If
the present crop of cob-pipe smoking,
eussing, booze-fighting, blue-pencil
sharps wake up some e grib, gray
morning to findz themselves minus
their jobs, and the editorial chairs
in the newspaper offices- of the c'oun
try filled by beautiful young girlies .in
directoire gowns and, "merry widow"
hats, the aforesaid masculine journa
lists may blame Smith College. For
Smith has established a School of
Journalism-the first of its kind in
the world to. be opened by a college
exclusively devoted to the education
of the fair sex.
The work is not intended to deal
with any of the theories of journal
ism but is devoted to giving the stu
dents a little practical training in the
requiremebts of- newspaper writing.
The students themselves refer to it
as the "neWspa0er course," and most
of those taking it are either doing
this kihd of work "on the side"
while still at college, or expect to go
into it after graduation.
,The course opqned this fall with a
study .of the types of newspapers and
newspapbr style. Beginning with the
most conservative, the students have
been directed to write articles- suit
able for them.
The course is extremely' popular
among the so-called "literary lights"
of the qenior class.
The bes.t cure for drunkenn9ss ill
while sober to see a drunken man.
After Changing' From Coffee to Pos.
Many a talented person is kept
back because of the interference of
coote *tIti the".nourishrment"' of the
,This is especially- ad- with -those
*wikoEe 'nerves 'are frery' snsitive, as is
often the.case with talented, persons.
There is a simple, easy way to get rid
'of'coffee evils, and a Tenn. lady's ex
perienee along these lines Is wortlk
consideripg. She says:
"Almoht from the beginning of the
use of 'coffee it hurt my stornach. 'B
the time I was fifteen I was almost a
nervous wreck, nerves all unstrung
no strength to indure the -most triv.
lal thing, either work or fun."
"There was scarcely anything
Mouid est tha,t /guld a gre. ,Wa
*The little I did 6ait deeiped' to at4 ~
inore trouble than It was wortli.
filpaly quit coffee and draUk' hot wat
er, 'but..there 'was so -lite food'
could digest. I waz literally stai-ving;
was so weak I could not-tit up lont
at a 'time.
"It was then a friend brought In.)
hot cup of Postum. I drank part o
It id afte: na hour I-sfelt as. throug1
'I hail "h4( soinething"tO, .at -- fel
strengthened. That *d's aho'ut I
years ago, and after continuing Pou
tum in plSee of coffee and graduall:
getting attonger, to-day4 can eat an1
digest anything I want,'Walk as nhncl
as % Want /Iy nerves are steady.
"I belte4ea'the first -thUhg that 41<
me any godf and gave -ne an upwar
start, was Postum, en) use it algc
gether now inste#.4.of coffee.
-Nae 'iuJ ? t4Co., 1)attl
*i-a g A' s UOit
0 t Apto t
to othei 'g's i possible. N
t 5loaW',Liinent With
9t aIlin a bottle and gi e
OVA a tablespoonutui of this
mtxtv pf~t ad moriUg for. te
days- M p, LIniment Is a Power
an kills the 'disease getms
o thda : infl m m atIo ; an d -a t4 as
a toei5t thelt animal.--.
A. Op arthy of Idaville, InA*,
Mys:-'My hogs had hog. cholera
three before we got 6o0'
Linimet h was renmmend to
me by - iOghbor who wa,s q40ng it
with, su9es. I have used it now for
three d Std my hogs are almost
Well. O died before I got the
Linimtk,no'n I 'V ve not loit any
Mr. G. -W. )l iugh of Peru. Ind.,
writes:-"I hid f6ur pigs that were
coughing and. were not doing well. I
gave them some of Sloan's Liniment
and they got better at once."
Stoan's .book on Horses, . Cattle,
Hogs aad Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
The man who makes a great deal
of his failures doesn't make much of
The clocks in some households suf
fer so much from congestion of the
face that it seems impossible for any
members of the household ever to be
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOAL APPLICATIONs, as they cannat
reach the. seat of the disease. Catarrh is a
blood or constitutional disease. and in order
to cure it you must take internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
act& diiectly on the blood and mucos sur.
face. Hall's (atarrh Cure is not a quack.
medicine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this country for yea,
and is a regular prescription. - Is comp
of the best tonid know, corn bint with the
best blood pifie actmg directly on the
muco 8 surtaces. e perfect combination
of 't0 two ingredients is what produces
such wonderful results in curing catar.
Send for. testimonials, te.
V. J. CNrr & Co.. Pro. Tekdo, a
tbod y dugists Dince, .
Take say ls for constipaims.
Fallen By the Wayside.
,A smooth river washes away its
Gold is proved with fire; friend
ship in need.-Danish.
Out of a great evil comes a great
Kindness and courtesy need elbyw
room and are smothered to death in
To Drive Out Malar*s and Bud jp
Take the Old ftandard Guova Tass.
LIss NCU.L Tomio. You know what yoU
Ar .si- Tke is
are T, formla i yto
aieIron in asteless formn,a
most ~fcu1form. For grows people
. - Better go 'aboigt than be drowned.
*Iteh-cured In 3t0 minutes by Wooltord's
Senaitary Lotion. Never fails. At dpaggi.t.
Corruption will never want a pre
tense.---Cato the Younger.
Mirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teethig ,softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tiun, alispam, cures wind colic.25e a bottle
It is easy to cut thongs from othei
RUcks' iCapudi no On'res Women's
Monthly Pans, Backache, Nervousness,
and Headache. It' Liqud Itece imme
diatey Pieri hylcafs with best
resuls.' 6ei, 5 G., .. at' duig'store.
When will is right, law is ban
TeOld Standard GROVE T
system. You 1know what; youf
is simnply Quinine and Iron in s
dotor mote goods brlgbttei anld faster oIire theA an,
San dye any garment *thoat ripping apart, wri
-. ~ ** olds,
_so lee inakes the
more fl14ing and the o16e )ed a
a heap ofter.
no married *4n' ever keeps- a
secret i easy re'ob.
Whqq some Iien think, theiz
brains ieim to creak so that it .just
gives ypu the headache to, hear them.
People who have no braiqs are for
tunate, indeed, if they can draw on
their bankers for what passes for
Most wojpen are fond of men, but
so,vany of them are so part*eular as
to what men.
It is extremely trying to be obliged
to associate with people who always
and invariably would rather not.
DOCAVMSS AND. EATARUM VIURN.
lNHALENT CATARItHAL JELY ure
Def2= d Catarrh. Trial treatmentW
grall free. 4A CO.. MinneaDolis. Muinn.
Nothing New or
For many generations Gooe u rea*e hat bees
reeogntzed asa wonderful remedial medhum
In treating and curing fne%njmta. orippe.
Rh*ulnatistk and Neuralgia. RtCW' 00ti
GREASE LINIUMRNT it raadzftrots pure goose
grease, with other valuable- eurati ingre
dienta added. Try it.
25--At all 'Druggists amd Dfte*r-25e.
50SE GREASE COMPANr ",oRS.C
Commit a sin twice and you will
think it allowable.-Hebrew.
SEVERE BLEEDING HEMORRROIDS,
Sores, &ad Itching Resem-Doctotr
Thought an Operation Necessary
-Outictra' Efcacy- Poven.
"1 am now eighty yearn ord' end three
years ago I was taken with an attack of
piles (hemorrholds). bleeding and protrud.
g.- The doctor said the onLy betp for me
ws to go to a hospital and be operated on.
I tried several remedies for months but did
not get vhuph help. Luring tWe- tine sores
appeared which changed to a terrle itch
ing emsema. Then I began to, use Onticura
Soap. Ointment. and Pills. inifecting a
quantity of Cutieura Ointment with a Cuti
eura Suppository Syringe. It took a month
of this treatment to get me in a 'fairly
healthy state and @then I treated myself
once a day for three months and, after
that. once or twice a wealk. The treat,
ments I tried took a lot of money, and it
i fortunate that,T used Cutieura. -.7. H.
Henderson, Hopkinton, N. Y.,Apr. no,'07."
A pleasant thing never eomes to<
00m36 ALL ITOH!Wg EaRUTROTs.
Gleneoe, Md., Nov. 21st 100~ "I have had
eeseaa on my hands fpr lS years, and have
tr(e4 everything. I hav. been using tar
rannxa 4 days and the result. are xreat.'
Signed, Mrs. H. Harvey. Tatmasun is the
surest. safest, speediest cure f or sese
an'd an ether skin diseases. tiold b~y drug.
gists or sent by mail for 60o. by 5. T. Baur.
Tauva,.Dept. A, Savannah. Ga.
Good. counsel is better than a thous
and hands. -German.
B. B.B. &btauie iood Balm) is the on lyJ Rc
the blood and then purifies it+-sending a flood o
surface Bn,Joints, and Uherever the diseas
Ulcers, Pipe, Bruptions are healed and cure
ease, swell nas mubesido. 3. B. B. completely cl
condition, giving the skin the rich, red hue of
worst.old cases. .1Tr it. *A 00 er large b~ol
for home cure. SAY MILE 1EEy writing i
lakes Pale Sicki
TA5TEIM$S CHLL,, TONIC, dri
tre taking. The formula is plainly j
tasteless, and the mnost effectual for
F DE LE
of the W1-1nforned, o the World ha.
always be.m for a kip1e, pleasant akd
efficient liquid laxativ remedy of kn6w
value; a laxative which physicians co"k:
sancti6n for family usbecause its 0oub,
ponent parts are known to them to be
wholesome and truly beneficial in effect,
"eoeptable to the sybtem and gentle, yet
VOmpt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its e
0011ont ombination of Syrup of Figs and
EizrIX of Senna, the California Fig Syrup
Co. Oroceeds along ethical lines and r'elieo
On the merit@ of the laxative for its remark
That is onO of many reason whV
SuP Of IIgsand Elixir of Senna is given
the P.fOOW.c by the Well-Informed.
To get its beneficial effects always buy
the genuine-nanifactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sal
by all leading druggists. Prio fifty aga
W. Ir- DewsPs snakes and sells ppiore
n 3 and W50 shoes than
other sanaeauter in the world, be
cause th eld their shape, fit better,
and wear than any other make.
e M smerof the
be O ~.L D1b $2.50 ad
F.CO.UIf Ueed AVQ0at4&JV@jV,
831-ILke17M&1. I'&*tat. W. L.-.Dou M
name avA Pfliwi Ma amped on bottom. Io=
everywbe. alos mailed from factory to any
be worl. Caftlo"Oe tr"e.
V. S Spark St.D Bmckte. Mg1j.
Engines, Corn Shelters,
Boers Cotton Planters,
Saw Ers Stocks,
AgRICULTURA PLEMENTS GENERALLY.
Send'f free catalogue.
A. B. Farquhar Co., Ltd., York, Pa.
4 r JRelief.
Reaowee all swel1n In 8atomb
d"gs; qfects a pernanent cure
Injoto do des. Trialtreatm*0 -
ae free. N'othin can be faiw A
write Dr. U. r' Sons
ae mAtlnta, $s
H ELP BrL k~ srierNwtIon
WOMEN *Te'aUd ".'""' -dT
a skor beet 1, 8e ter Women."
JRENCII DRUG, CO., 30 W. 32d St., N. Y. City.
RHEUMATISM " usho a"ad ed
low. Wrau qutoir.. 'rus MEGIiD:CO., P ru, i.
Fran Racbs d~) Wilasle. otad
IMION A. MINNESOTA. ---.6.
Autee. E.e".'e bani'"...Fteawd... FIo
Waigted in Ev)ery County.
Il0N EL-.O.5.2 AGENTS,"
R heumatisrn, Blood
c 1remed that kills she poison in
mI:r,' ood direct to the skin
a ae.In this way all Sores,
1, pains and aehes of Rheumatism
petfect health. B. 'B. B. cures th
tie at Drng 8taree with directions
IL.OOD BA LM CO., Atl anta a
vea out Malaria and builds tp the
rinted on every bottle, showing itI
cii For adults and children. 50c.
S.S DYES '
FOP. MEN '
sho 7 -l~Y
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