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CRATE FOR CATCHNG HOGS
Must s Made of Strong Material to
This crate can be made of most any
kind of strong material. We used 2x2
for posts. 1x4 for
slats and inch
boards for bottom
and lower side:
boards. 0 Crate is
about five or six
feet long, 2 % feet
high and 1%feet wide. Five-six
tee"th-inch bolts used at corners and
through lower end of lever and at
cross at top where levers slide. Run
any size hog or pigs in from back end
and have -man catch them as they
stick their heads between the lever
*1ta. A boy can hold the largest hog
'very easily while being rung, etc.,
without injury to either. When ready
to let them loose, direots the Epito
mist, throw levers open and hog goes
arough outside and is separated from
unrung hogs. We also use it as a
crate to haul one or two hogs. This
Is worth $25 to us and can be made
for almost nothing and in an hour on
a rainy day.
TO HOLD A RUNAWAY.
Chock Strap Which Holds Horse Un.
der Complete Control.
A strong strap 48 inches long with
I stout ring in each end is require4
to make -the device shown in the ac.
How Strap Is Put In.
companytng Illustration, says Prairie
Farmer. It is fastened on the top
of the bridle, brought down on each
side and passed through the rings on
the bridle. The lines are then at
tached to the rings on the str4p and
when the horse starts to run it is very
easy to hold him as the bit is drawn
If your liver is sluggish and out of tone,
and you feel dull, bilious. constipated
take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring
and you will feel all rivht in the morn
ing. Sold by all druggists. -
King Alfonso is quite satisfied with
his position, but sometimes he feels as
if he should be drawing a larger sal
ary considering the risks connected
with his job.
Smokeless powder and noiseless
guns may be all well enough in their
way, but what humanity really needs
Is bloodless war and costless prepara
tions for it.
You can be sure that the man who
deserted his wife because she was too
affectionate was looking for an ex
"Let posterity look out for itself" is
an argument which will doubtless be
seized upon by the contractor who
uses cheap materials.
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is a
natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lacking you may know that
you need a dose of Chamberlain's Sto' -
ach and Liver Tablets. They strengthben
the digestive organs, improve the appe
tite and regulate the bowels. Sold by all
Don't bank too highly on a man's
record nowadays. It may be a pho
nographi record that he's boasting of.
A woman arrested in St. Petersburg
had dynamite in her muff. She was
probably laying for a purse snatcher.
Never argue with a woman and
you will never know how easily logic
can be disposed of.
The 'wnsus of the lawyers of New
-York. city shows that there Is one for
every 250 persons.
The flavor of the moth ball 'will
shortly begin to pervade the homa.
Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be
Scause of its remark
Sable health restoring
d - properties. Swamp
- ~ e Root fulfills almost
.41 every wish in over
II ~ pain in the back, kid-I
- neys, liver, bladder
and every part of the
--. urinary passage. It
corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, ar-d to get up many.
times during the night.
Swamp-.Root is not recommended for
everything but if you have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be fou'nd just
the remedy you need. It has been thor
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar
:angement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
neyor bladder trouble.
When writingmention ~
reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., n .
Binghamton, N.Y. The regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles are sdld by
all druggists. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad-.
- a res,.Binghamton.N,. Y,,on every bottle,
Wast of Life In Coal Minn.
During the year 1906 nearly 7,000
men were killed or injured in the coal
mines of the United States, and Indi
cations point to an increase in that
number since that period, due to a
lack of proper and enforceable mine
regulations; to the lack of reliable in
formation concerning explosives used
in mining, and the conditions unde''
which they can be used with safety;
to the presence of gas and dust en
countered in the mines and to the fact
that in the development of coal min
ing not only is the number of co
miners increasing, but many aV:
from which coal is being tz:- a..,
either deeper or far-'her fro L: 'el
trance, where good ventilation is more
difficult and the dangerous accumu'a
tions of explosive gas are more fre
quent. To remedy this state of af
fairs, says Review of Reviews, th
United States must adopt the means
that have proved successful in Euro
pean countries. in 189> our rafo of
killed in every 1,000 employed in
mines.was 2.67. In 1906 it reachod
3.40. Effective mining legislation tel3
a different tale in Europe. In th!s
country 50 per cent. of all the fatal ac
cidents and 39 per cent. of all the non.
fatal accidents weie due to falls of
roofs and coal. In all European coal
producing countries the use of exce
sive eharges of explosives Is prohibit
ed by law, and definite limits are set
to the amount of any explosive that
may be used. In the United States
there,is no limit. In this country dur
ing 1906 11 per cent. of deaths in coal
mines were due to gas and dust explo
sions. Abroad, governmental testing
stations are maintained, where inves
tigations into the use of explosives
Shake Into Your Shoes
.liz-n's Foot Ease, a powder. It cures
painful. swollen smarti.g, nervous feet
and ittantiy takes the stin- out of
cortis and bt;nions and makes walking
ea.y. Try it to-day. Sold everywhie;
Sawple FREE. A 'dres4, Alen S.
OIni sts-i 1-R-. N. Y.
'ie iurtheoming trip by Mrs. Roose
velt and a party of her friends up the
! Mississippi from the gulf to St. Paul
is evidently a direct result of the
president's journey down the river
when on his way to the Louisiana bear
huit. He expressed himself publicly
at the time as enjoying the experi
ence, and no doubt went home and
talked enthusiastically about it. The
tour planned is well worth taking., re
marks the Indianapolis Star, and when
it is ended the travelers will know
many new things about their country.
River travel has many attractions for
people who wish an outing and are not
afflicted with the mad American haste
to "get somewhere."
Chills & Fever
Loss of Appetite
and all disorders aris
Ing from Torpid U.ver.
-TARB IT NOW.,3
THE GENUINE has the RED eon
the front of each packae and the
signature and ceal of J.H ZILIN
* 00. on the side, in RED.
A Chicago man proposed 365 times
before he was accepted. This was not
so much for a Chicago man. If It had
been a Baltimorean the case would
have been different. As the autocrat
of the breakfast table once pleasantly
remarked, says the Baltimore Ameri
can, If you wrecked a Baltimorean on
a desert Island, he would be parading
the beach with a pretty girl the next
Mexicans are accused of taking
shiploads of YaQuis out to sea and
drowning them. Mexico probably
wonders why It never hit on this plan
of answering the Indian question be
weakest organ. If~ there is weakness
weak link in the chain of life which may
"'weakness " is caused by lack of nutri
cf the stomach and other organs of d
w.eaknesses of the stomach and its alIi<
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. '3
cured, diseases of other organs which se
have their origin in a diseased condition
other organs of digestion and nutritio
The strong man has a stroIJ
Tak, the above r'ecommendE
ery" and you may have a si
ach and a strons bDody.
GIVEN AWeAY.-Dr. ?ierce's Common Scn
new revised Edition, is seat free on rcce
expense of mnailing only. Send 21 one
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for t
uime. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffal
The Kind You Have Always D
in use for ever 80 years, h:
~m and hm
AU Counterfeits, Imitations a
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Children-Exper
What is C
Castorla Is a harmless subst
gorle, Drops and Soothing S
contains neither Opium, Noi
substance. Its age is its gua]
and allays Feverishness. Ib
Colic. It relieves Teething T
and Flatulency. It assimilal
Stowach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-The
Bears the E
The Kiild YoII Hai
In Use For Ov
T"E CE:NTAWX COMPANY. "V MUMK
CATTLE AS A SIDE ISSUE.
Probable That They Pay a Larger
Profit Than Cattle Otherwise Raised.
It is probable that cattle as a side
issue pay larger comparative profits
than cattle raised in any other way.
The farmer that raises a small bunch
of good calves can frequently feed
them at almost no cost. The statisti
cians that figure on the cost of rats
ing beef cattle always put in the cost
of the pasturage at a certain fixed
price. But in the case of the pasture
being otherwise understocked, the
feeding of a bunch of steers actually
costs nothing. On many of our farms
unused opportunities go to waste.
TL's opportunities include acres of
eorn stalks in the fall of the year:
sough grasses that the s mailer stock
do not eat: pasture grasses in excess
of what the other stock will eat:
silage in a greater abundance than
can be eaten by the dairy cows. Sonme
times these opportunities include u.n-.
used grazing areas in the woodlands.
The farmer to utl,ize all cf these lets
some of his calves grow up into
beeves. The men that think they
know that beeves do not pay cannot
convince the farmer that he is not
ahead under the above-mentioned con
Dysentery is adingerous d iseace but
can be cured. Chamiberlaini's Colic.
Cholera and Dianhoea Remi'dy h'o
ben successfully' used iO nine ildem!ic,
f d3sentery. It haN n:ever beeni know?'
o fail, It'is Equally valuable for chii!
ren and -.'dults, and1 whe-n redlucdedi
vdith water and awati.ened, it. is pl -:ssi
o take. Sol 1wb ali draggista.
Each Unite~d States soldier In addi
tion to his toothbrush and package of
shoe polish is to be sup;plied with a
"housewife," which is evidence that
we now have a maternal government.
Men who say they have never taken
a drink, Dr. Wiley observes, suffer
from "mrollycoddh'tis." Still, as an
extreme, it Is better than suffering
Diamonds are about to take a great
slump, it is announced. Leap year is
eginning to look like a conspiracy
against the fixed and co'nfortabla
I i bu0ying a c'oughi nm dicicw, dlon't bi
fraiid to get C m,mherlain's cough Rem
dy. There se no danig"r f, o ni it, and re
lief is sure to followv. Ewpecially re-com-*
m -nded for c< ug1.s. coldls and w' hoepiny
ough. SUd be all dIruggists.
A dry floor well covered with litte.
eeps the hens contented when bliz
ards are raging outside, and it fills
he egg basket when eggs are worth
nywhere from 30 to 50 cents per
Change the feed lots often. It im
roves the land greatly and improves
the hog more.-A. M. Worden.
It Is claimed that fine pork can be
ade on alfalfa for one cent a pound.
-A. M. Worden.
Each of the chief or
gans of the body is a
Sl.nk in the Chain of
Life. A chain is no
s tr o ng er than its
weakest link, the body
no stronger than its
fstomach, liver or lungs, there is a
np at any time. Often this so-called
in, the result of weakness or disease
gestion and nutrition. Diseases and
organs are cured by the use of Dr.
v'en the weak or diseased stomach is
r remote from the stomach but which I
of the stomach and 1
,arc cured also.
eMedical Adviser, I
pt of stamps to pay
eat stamps for the
i cloth-bound vol
o,N. Y. |
iught, and which has been
Is borne the signaturo of
; been made under his per
ipervision since its infancy.
to one to deceive you in this.
ad " Just-as-good'" are but
and endanger the health of
ence against Experiment.
[tute for Castor Oil, Pare
yrups. It is Pleasant. It
-phine nor other Narcotic
-antee. It destroys Wornis
cures DLrrhcea and Wind
roubles, cares Constipation
es the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
.e Alays Bought
er 30 Years.
MAY STRCCT. ftCWV09WKCrV.
Return this ad, with $2.95 and we will ship you by
Express. prepaid to any Southern Express office.
one 2-gallon jug of Straight White or Yellow Corn
Whiskey, reduced in proof by the addition of di
tilled water only. Guaranteed by us under the
Florida and National pure food and drug act. If
you consider the 2 gallons worth $5.00 keep it;
otherwise drink what you want; return the bal
ance and get all of your money back, just as cheer
fully as it was received. This offer is made at a
direct loss, and for the purpose of obtaining 10-90
new customers inside of GO days. Order today.
Soathem Dstriburro ro any. Jars i!!e, fler!da.
One religious paper, tho. Su:-!3
School Outlook of Boston. h'. i:l
the Santa Claus question in tir a
for the benefit of anxious paren1ts:
Teach children the myth. It says. b;o
as a myth, not as fact. They w!! c:.
joy it as well as3 they do any mli:
fairy story, and children are alwa -
ready to. "rP - L
fairies. Then they can he tau-xht the~
real significance of the day anid ents'
Into the spiril of giving, ratho: than
be absorbed in the selish thought of
gif-ts to be received. The idea is
rather a good one. In these days faith
in a genuine Saata Claus lasts but a
brief time at best and peCrhap)s the
child fares best who knows the saint
only as a fairy and so suffers no dis
IF YOU ONLY K 7w . oW -
would build you up, incr:me yea.:
weight, strengthen yv:- weak
throat and lungs and pu-t :-ci in
1condition for newc wc"r', y.e
~would begin taking itne.
InLke It in a little cold mni.k cr--.
'50c. a:-d $1.00. All Drn.s.z
kaVCntI-/e ('; 7 ..
*Peoplce gi::ed w: a it.a i:nor
ton are sometines5 the i s 'i8s Ci
strange p)owtrs of~ in at: :. A:1 ori?i
of quaint iders come to them wvhici:
would not oiccur~ to the onl-nary mn.
and these they miust perorce wori:
out. Cenius has bpLn defin:ed as th
capacity for taking inliniLe 1:ai:<. br'
genius is seldom p)ractical in iancial
matters, end only too often it falls to
another less imaginative person to
perfect and protect the invention so1
as to apply it for general use, while
the Inventor himself probably gains
little profit out of the transaction.
his, we believe,'was actually the case
with the inventor of the mackintosh.
which might otherwise have been
known to posterity by the name of
Iorrson. At the bcganni-nz of th:
ast century a Scotchnman namied Mar.
rison invented a wvaterproof miatcria:
ad, In order to test its reliablityv. ha
:lothed himself in an entire garh of it
Ind went out in the piouring raia. Th"
;arment kept out the rain, hat it alm
>revented all evap)oration from th -
2eated body enveloped in it. Mr. Mari.
-io died as the result of his l::pii
ent, and a subordinate in his clcieu
:ook out a patent and rescu;d the
vaterproof from oblivion under theo
tame of the mackintosh. This is proef
ostive, remarks the New York
Neekly, as to the importance of
atenting any invention Immediately.
iven if It appear to be a montN.r of
imall consequence. The mackintosh
ias now a world-wlde reputaitic::. and
he original patentee or his heirs must
ave profited considerably by the in
TN sure and Ii:. 'mabe.
Un's Xo. Cholent ut I h; en IttNir
-iv withI vin wvhen st- -'e our trip
is sum -r. It ca-m- b "i . ; ned on
ard th. trair s or sterin -ban ges
I water andI rimxa e often a evm iudden'
tt ks of dimboeh(a. andi it ii he to be.
Trtur e A .
h,I m 4 -.- -
L.i I ig --I
According to t wrah!!: emnus
eion in 1ome, w'lich has rvis-d ali
titles, a youn.:4r slo of a counit is a
Nobile del Cont:-a noble of the
counts. Ther-.fvro Cout Senni can
put on his vi:-r can!s abovo his
Christi.n and family na:un the crown
ef a count an:d. p.er courtesy. iz called
"Conte." Ilis v:ife may call h-rscIf
Nubile Donna dci Conti;" others will
call her "Cont's.a." Even on ecu:t An
:.iations her naue will lirire iii tat
Illinois fr.i ie rs are sid:1 to be in
:1cing 6hir- :.ive-c to help Ai the corn
:uskinxg by (; fwi: eo a :Ik dress
:i'Mce wi:en th' --.'.: :.; -!er. But if
til wt en wern I-:::: :. h- a the job
;onid ecst if ina were hi h . for the
service ;.ehap ~they rculd biy two
The seceT O th e'zarinI's I is
ut. Lh: has b a trying to redilce
L w!ight, no] 1 as ov.rd::ne t1 .
- :t .nt. 1' ::2 u* it hard t
se 1 b . i l A ir.
Kin ! g Leopoilis s-: s- vey
scorclied while in a L:ath in Pa:.
Wihen he can't keep the Congo ues
.on out of the wat:c lo'd btier avoid
Somv ego, iim g e ': su . :1
ing s:hort, pri!.';ues i:n ia r j
were fod larg-y on berV. Tn A :.lt
was the in:ediate cess:"ion of new
bTei-bzri casi .
The Fr'ci eh'man wh s:. it i
absc1:u:'y i: i~ 2:- 0:1 ..I
than :l:K:. a yt ac W: a ' lo
'hings i:~ hi h.'r ,a: a .. * . ' he':
is the wife of a ; c:r :n:
untol m s . fr : ..p t fr -N
rer. . a - ' i. .'. sh' c'abi r - i eote.
rin n11 . r .: - . !: ::: ..: - r :
peti.e. I ilv .- 2 : il i
New dou'>le e-igi, :--- - row out v:']th
the for'mer chj':t i' n .Y ' f''sta':s
Elim:Iated. It shoub' be noeted. hoiv
rvr, that the ob.jeM'::.1 a I he:: '.wa:'
not so trm: bm t a I !.
reaily at paoro .
The Jhm4. :1 ': : I::
. ge of 90) w ..:.:. l :
a d ollar for " ar ~ :... . -
r - - -
4) IO .'' . i- - - - . ; . 8
1r .. \
- AutomCt C
- -r'. by b:.:ing this
0 reliable, honest,
h Yhgade sCw*
- ir.g machine.
National Sewing Machine Co.
1hn you are sic, c
ilnade peell)~ti.'.tr 10 WVOf
af ~~ duN tha wl-nown and
wimen. Thousands of wo
been bene-fited. Why I
K chan CIes. Get Cardui,
remedy, for women of al
3. vMmia 'orzan Sn
Without 7-b1 i a Pl
un. At lat I took (arin
told uarv laics about C.
womcn." Try it.
AT ALL DI
Making the Ccct c f
ht thblird nwst v1 in a *r:l
S er r2 owna, sh,ut of r m a", th', :1P
- and activ:tics ( h : -
(h)terasd is. n l ess el1 . I1
.ay ofhe ms co:Ume:e t:'1
: cy :.1 I-cc- ith r0 eve- r
11:(:,u with full sens-s. tSly.t s! --
~:.ry of th-e New Yt . ail
f2r thn ti: "On the sa
:tio a bl;d Si nnema iP he: iS '
11ly ellloyed. I 1:su....ha.e her to
(o mywt!k for r. : -.: tiat sh2
\:ake fewer tyVl:.g2a;.:c: errors
an of the othe: ...he I
C1 tc head of ou 1 i,: com
ny i .:; ott hoI r +fo l bln
v.: c:ar:y That. v.tr; a ya :us. I
hI t . plasur oi wit him the
( aW st( hWi4td at rur nev ofie-e
t him tl.ere were now in th .h
't , ity of
t;o i;h-si S'.I.
. i. - ty,WhOre the;
X::ete 1a* bance~~
calls and othe:
t in buiiness
Of a Yvtiy ape:.
T ree C t .ijai)ae ot.r.
ncy. W:at th h'indusaOs
tu :itiy. and the move:t to give
themn ei por: :mit shouldi enlist the
symi,'athyv a! help of all.
A Nikh R der's Raid.
The wvar- tught riders are calomel.
et on o:! or ioes~ pilis . hley raid your
b1 to re-t vm of r':st. Not so with D)r.
Pi-'s Ne v Life Pills. They never dis
Ir. -s or ineznieniiuuce, but dw;-ys
It.:; iih - s e n, c:rin: (3 Is. Head
a:.*.:sti a ticIi, 31tlaiia, 2>c. at all
The report by the Illinois Pupiis'
Reading Circle that, during the year
1907 22.7.'9 hooks vere distributed
aog the school chii le of th I:a tate
n:t.y w -!! '': nlao.h formia,ion of
-2: . ! >irarie's in every l)l.1tus
"c jot in ete s : :: F :
I :n tr the 1 : w;n1 .
A tmi.e watt ' dior.
attl et i the groundIt that
........' hat hIe has no time'
oIk fo the suppiort
nrt l. . : hg' a:taint with
-I t' d.! lir at ver b)eing able to
* t pu11:le of t he femilnine ego,
T h !t'r of one of the fashion pa.
* 6::'ae that the men of Sa't
I-k City <VS b)'tter' th:m (10 those
of NewImk Te edi tor should re
me-nhe:t: the mecn of Stilt Lak.'
City ba*e b 'en a long w;ay from~ Wall
:: tl di:i:: t .t few; monthts.
.bl new:'x a wvoman wr~tie asts.
Wc. os marriage ma0ke' men like
-alms?" Bkcautse it miak's 'em happy,
Tihe A!t cona man w'ho discovered an
.sh-buitrnintg chemicatl last summer ap
:ears to he waitintg a long time before
arketin ius stuiff.
SomeI characters can change their
ru:, seittC's as quickly C.3 their
'' P . p.urifies the blood, but
- '. h.rt .t :ekn ess. l myfe
- sa without fear of contra<
hoense sy.toema are poisoned
- "n to men;trual irregultarite
C :2n iJU andI bioodl cleansing pre
p'. V- LIPPMAN.
i'. 1 1
(e, I d u(en -takeCar
uc i fu-l remedy for wo
iln 1re used Car4aui and
lot VuU? 'DoI't take any5
lhe l, reliable, oft-tried
c 1 1. Ten.n., wr-ites: "CF', Len
dt 2, and . i . any ren?:-:He
n:md - i een do my hou;:cwork. '~
r .nd onncied it to all si A
tU G S T GRE
Fad for Shc'eld Plate.
mqary wmen collecting Shefile
Sat(.. which -; silver on eoier, and a:
1 noe has 1 becnmm- ctured for more
than h,lX a century it itj worth mor
than vnV'd silvQr. Th.2 pieces are ver.
fe:-utii'il:: decorate:,. and unlike old
china it s really worth collecting, -s
its value increascs wi age and i!
cnnot be broken like rhina.
In Thrifty Germany.
In certain tow.is in Germany hous
holdcrs are (-ol,l)enp1d by aw to sor.
c::t thi, liuse du;t. They have i:
o:ib thrce rec '-one fe.,
uu. Ld bhe to,_*! i:
(IL B. B.) Cores Through the Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN
. ER,SCALY SKIN,
mI ' i- of pure. r:ch H I dOl r1:t to
he ':i -'rfacie, bo) joi. macl
way i!! il r's. u e'rs'u pi es. - r pl
r u ben'* . i :n cue. p nIi acI
lii I ' l -: t y t i . e n
SP iU 0.C'1 M R
Soild at Al Druo' S&om4s.
P. P. P. wIll purify and ritailIze your
blood, create agood appetite and give your
whiole. system~ tone and strength.
A prominent railroad suiperintendent at
Savannah. suffering with Malariam, Dyspep.
sia, and Rheumatism says: "A fter taking
P. . P. he never felt so wvell in his life, and
feels as if ho could livo forever, it he could
always get P. P. P."
If you are tired out from over-work and
close confluemeninet, take
If you are feeline bade in the spring
and out of sorts, take
If your dietive organs nee~d toning up,
If you su tirwith he'ndehe, indigestion,
debility and ~ weak e
If you '. ffer with ne.rv'Ous prostration,
nerves ur Ltrm: an:d a general let down
of the system, take
PP. P. E .
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