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tablets do just as
much as salts or calo
neL But Cascarets never
callous the bowels. Theynever
create a continuous need, as
Iarsh cathartics do. Take one
just as soon as -the trouble
appears, and in an hour its over.
'st-pocket box. 10 cee drug-stor. 85
ach ubket of the genuine is mrked C C C.
LP - ', H ES- MED1CI1E
or COUCM4S 5 COLDS
QUITE ANOTHER THING.
LAex-1 made alt my money with m5
Eiufle-You must sing beautifully.
Dick-Not as a singer, my dear-as a
CHECK IT IN TIME.
Tew people realize the grave dangel
qr neglecting the Mdneys. The slight
vst kidney symptom may be Nature't
1arning of dropsy, diabetes or dread
ed Bright's disease. I
you have any kidne
symptom, begin usini
Doan's Kidney Pill!
at once. Harvey Rog
ers, Church St., Pin
Plains, N. Y., says:
was often laid up fo
days with gravel an
serious kidney troubl
ad the agony I endured when th
eones were passing was awful. Th
Ybest medical attention failed to hel
=e and I grew worse instead of bei
'r. it was then I began with Doan
Kdney Pills and noticed improv<
anent. Soon I was without a trace C
Remember the name-Doan's.
sale by all dealers. 50 cents
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. I
"ery tas playing school wit
~he class in physiolog
said, "what a'
e the pr
e d be an acci
1doctors in consulta
one recommended one thing
other recommended something
'A leadlock, eh?"
*"No. hey finally told me to mix
"'Does it cost much to clothe' a
family?" asked the economical man.
"Not mine," replied Mr. Sirius
Barker. "My only daughter is a bare
floot dancer and my only son Is a
"~So you have a new idea- for a di
"Yes. Make the equilibrator larger,
gput a motor into it, and let It pull the
Never mind-you can have
a good breakfast if there's a
in the house.
This delicious food, ready
to serve without cooking, is
always welcome and makes
'The Memory Lingers"
POSrtM CEREAL CO., LTD.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
PE OF SHEE
GOOD MUTTON T P
&Tendency of Public to C ansure Mo
of Meat Attributed to Careful
Dressing of Carcas.e
In his work on profitable stc entic
Ing. Prof. H. R. Smith calls att.p
to the growing tendency on the .pa
of the public to consume more L
ton. He attributes this in part to t
fact that mutton carcasses are motM
carefully' dressed and better ripene<
than formerly and in addition a bette:
grade of mutton sheep is being pro
duced. Furthermore It is markete<
earlier than was the case a few year
ago. During former years when woo
was higher in price, the country wa
largely stocked with fine-woled shee:
af the distinctly wool breeds. Thes
sheep were retained on the farms pel
haps several years for the annual cli
of wool, and when finally placed upo
the market had become so aged ast
make the meat tough, as well a
strongly flavored. With lower price
of wool, there have come about marke
changes in the character of flock
Rams of the mutton breeds, includi
the Shropshire, Southdown, Haml
shire, Cotswold, Oxford, Lincoln an
Leicester, have been crossed upon n
tive fine-wooled ewes, resulting in
good quality of mutton stock. TheE
cross-bred mutton sheep do not pr
- duce so heavy a fleece as do the Me
inn, and at prevailing prices for woi
r it is not profitable to carry them ov<
for their second clip and the little i:
crease in weight; but their points
excellence for mutton production ai
so much greater than their deficie
cies for wool production in compai
r son with the Merino, that they al
I now in greater favor. Merino ew
of the improved strains are still pr
ferred for range conditions, becau
they not only sheer a heavier fleec
p but their dense, fine wool and small
frames make them better able
withstand the hardships of the ra
With the more recent advancedenc
price of wool, there is now 9 radenc
upon the part of farmera . retain i1
the breeding ewes sor di uon th
pending upon th(
& the Merino blook to produce a typE
heavy mutohas proved very satis
of lam e feed lot, though some
factorytaller than higher grades o:
GOOD SELF-FEEDING TROUGH
Rectangular Frame Constructed Sc
Cattle May Work Out Feed as
Needed Without Clogging.
The rectangular frame is 5 feel
wvide and 10 feet high, and is con.
structed of 4x4 inch material. This
serves as a frame for the feeder, as
well as a support for the track of the
feed carrier -which runs from the barn
to the point marked T. The bin is bui
16 inches high at the opening and
the opening is six inches high. This
construction is necessary in order to
enable the cattle to work the feed out
as needed and to prevent clogging. The
studding which is of 2x4-inch material,
is placed four feet apart Inside the bin
and serve to sup~port the sides.
Selling Steer Calves.
It is not always the best plan to dis
pose of beef cat tle as yearlings, but
in many instances in the corn-belt
area it has conme to be a common
practice, and is followed by a consid
erable number of cattle raisers: con
sequently. this work of the Indiana
experiment station will prove of great
value to those following the plan of
selling early. It was pointed out
among other things, also, that if it
were possible to turn the calves out
on pasture early in the season, before
the grass had started, still continuing
the feed used in the dry lot, so th'at
the steers would become accustomed
to the grass very gradually, there
would be little advantage in the dry
lot feeding. except that due to the pre
mium' paid for dry-fed cattle on the
entral markets. This higher price is
secured because of the general belief
that the carcasses from dry-fed cattle
IHANDY DOOR FOR FOG HOUS
Annoyance of Cleaning Away Snow
Litter May Be Avoided by Using
The annoyance of cleaning aw:
L snow or litter from the ordina
swinging door before it can be open(
can be easily avoided by employing ti
simple sliding door shown in illustr
tion. This is exceptionally useful c
the sheep or hog house, and may be ei
ployed on other buildings where
swinging door would be In the we
when opened. The door is constructe
in the usual manner and then arrangE
P on the building to slide up or down j
two tracks or grooves, which may 1
re made by nailing two boards togeth
with the edge of one overlapping tl
one on the side of building. Two pu
leys are placed at the top of the.
Door in Position.
grooves a d weights equal to th
P weight of d r suspended by ropes, a
E tached to the door. This permits th
0 door to be op ed to any height d(
s sired, whe-r it y be fastened so a
S to all&- the small pigs to have acces
d , dae yard, when t is to desired t
- keep the mother in pen.
d CHEAP SHELTER R STOCI
a Shed Shown in lilustratio Herewitl
e Will Protect Twenty-Fi'e to
Thirty 2-Year-Old Steer%.
31 A cheap shelter for stock is nade b:
ir setting posts eight feet amHrt, eigh
- feet high on one side and six feet oi
)f the other side, making he shed 1
-e feet wide and 40 feet,kng. Roof run
a- one way, and nooP'ide and ends ar4
- boxed, with a Vte at each end anc
Shed for 25 or 30 Head.
rack running the full length of shed or
south side. A shed of this size wil]
shelter twenty-five or thirty two-year
PROFITABLE TYPE OF HORSE
Old Farmer Tells of Manner in Which~
He Makes Animals and Services
Pay for Keeps.
In regard to "the cost of a horse,
I must first and firmly say that I re
celved great profits from my horses
and their services pay mue for their
keeping. Am an old farmer and never
had a pure-bred mare, but by good
breeding I now have the seven-eighths
Percheron. Beginning with the suck
ling, they are of no bother to me, for
until they are a month old the mother
is brought up once in the forenoon
and once In the afternoon, but after
wards It is kept at the stable, says a
writer in Baltimore American. Then
in the fall before they are two they
are broke and ready for light service
in the spring. So from the time they
are two years old they pay their own
way. My coming two-year-olds weigh
1,500 pounds and bring $150, while the
coming three-year-old bring $200. Thus
by keeping our best young Percheron
mares and clubbing together to buy a
registered stallion I find there is a
ready sale and clear profit for a farm.
er in raising horses, and their services
will pay for their keeping.
Cattle must have roughage or some
It is not a fact that a pig can take
care of ald that he can eat.
The 300-pound pig at eight months Is
the nmasterwork of the feeder.
The pig can eat more tban he can
digest and digest more than he can
Regular feeding is essential to suc
cess and three feeds a day is better
Indigestible feeds such as bran and
cob meal should be kept away ?rom the
The work horse should have six to
ten pounds of hay, in addition to the
corn and carrot.
iAs February lambs bring the highest
prices they ought to te dropped at that
time of the year.
Cleanliness should begin in the sta
ble, which must not only be kept clean,
but well ventilated.
There is no feed so good for young
pigs and calves as sweet skim milk
direct from the separator.
Every stable where tuberculosis has
existed should be well whitewashed
twice in the next six months.
There Is no stock on the farm that
Iwill help so rapidly in advancing the
fertility and good condition of the
land as a flock of sheep.
The care of sheep is pleasant work~
for a woman. arnd one that she can un
dertake with but small capital at first,
LA Chi tie
It is time to go a-Maying
When the frost is in the air.
When the snowy boughs are swaying
5 And the fields are white and fair;
s It is joy, indeed, to wander
Through the bosky dells and glades,
For it makes a man grow fonder
Of the snow through which he wades.
'Tis particularly pleasing
Maying with your fingers freezing.
Hear the robbins' merry chatter.
Hark the songs that they repeat
i While they wonder what's the matter
As they nurse their frozen feet!
See the butterflies leap gaily
As they dance adown the breeze
They must exercise thus daily
r Or with asthma they will wheeze.
t 0 'tis 'Joyous to go Maying
When the world about is playing.
See the lambkin as it gambols
On the hillside near its dam,
How on frozen slopes it scrambles
Cunning, gentle, frigid lamb!
How the honeybees are humming.
Droning music as they go
See. a few of them are coming
Coasting on the flakes of snow!
How the tender leaves are shaking
As from the boughs they're breaking
Come, we'll share our joys together;
Welcome spring wth hearts elate.
Fare forth in the bihny weather
We can either stroll or skate.
Going Maying thus is joyous
In our furs and overshoes.
With no sunstrokes to annoy us
Who another mood would choose?
It is pleasant to go Maying
When w'e have such splendid sleighing!
Made an Impression.
"And you say," asks the husband,
"that Mrs. Blithers made the great
est impression on the audience when
"Yes," replies the wife, who has
been attending the convention of the
combined women's clubs for the
amelioration of something or other.
"What did she say?"
"Oh, nobody paid any attention to
that. But she wore a robin's breast
brown suit with applique of Porn
pelan red, and her hat was--"
- But the husband had buried him'
self again in his paper.
"No," says the eminent tenor. "I
cannot sing .that aria tonight. Why'
there are four distinct places where
I have to reach high C."
"But you usually sing it."
"Yes, but tonight I am troubled with
a slight asthmatic attack, and you
know there cannot be any high C's
without plenty of wind."
Really, he only says this to lead up
to his story of how he had been edu
cated abroad, which would -be com
paratively easy after we have laughed
at his witticism about the high seas.
"Will you have a smile?" asked
Titewad, leading his guest to the
"Don't care if I do," answered the
Titewad poured out the drink. pre
serving his well known economy of
"Smile?" asked the guest, peering
into his glass, "Say, Titewad, this
looks to me like a snicker."
"I see," said the guest at the sum
mer hotel, "that Mr. 'I .ih.miwhot is
"Yes." answered the clerk. "He is
the famous reformer."
"Why, I never heard of his taking
any part in a campaign."
"O, he doesn't. He never votes, eith
er. lHe is a genuine reformer."
"I'd like to get this information into
all the papers today," says the public
man. "but it is too late for them."
"Leave it to me," suggested the
friend. "I'll get my wife to telephone
it to one of her acquaintances and
pledge her to secrecy. That's quicker
than having it printed."
"My mamma told me a good fairy
had given you a new baby sister."
"Yes. And what do you think? In
steali of one, we have two, Some
fairy must have made us a du-plicate
"0, what will you exchange it for?"
GUESS HER AGE
Mrs. Jones, at 52, Rides Horseback
As Well As She Ever Could
Kenny, Ill.-Mrs. Anna Jones, of
this place, says: "I used to be trou
bled with a weakness peculiar to
women. For nearly a year, I could
not walk, without holding my sides
with my hands. I tried several dif
ferent doctors, supposed to be the
best, and was never even relieved. I
got worse, and I told my husband I
believed they were experimenting on
"Finally our druggist advised Car
for my complaint. I was so thin, my
weight was 115. Now I weigh 163,
and I am never sick. I ride horse
back as good as I ever could. I am
in fine health, at 52 years. Some
think I am about 35. It was Cardui
built me up. If I ever need medicine
for womanly troubles, I shall use
Cardui, for At is all you claim."
Thousands of ladies have written,
like Mrs. Jones, in the past fifty years,
to tell of the benefit received from
Cardul. Such testimony, from earnest
women, surely proves the great value
of this tonic medicine, for the diseases
peculiar to their sex.
Cardui is the medicine you need.
Try Cardui. (Your druggist has it.)
N. B.,-Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanoega Medicine Co., Chat
tanoogn, Tenn., for special Inxtructions
and 04-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
The main difference between a pro
fessional man and a tradesman is that
a great many times the tradesman can
buy and sell the professor.
PMES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS
rourdrugis twill refund money If PAZO OINT -
SIENT t,'i to cure any case of ltcbing. Blind.
sleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 t 14 dys. We.
Some turn their backs on ordinary
principles to gaze at heavenly pros
Itch Cured In 30 Minutes by Woolford's
3ani taryLotion.Ne ver fails. At druggists.
One of the worst things under the
sun is a shady reputation.
By Lydia E. Pinkham'
*The Change of Life is
woman's existenCe, and ne
Women everywhere shoul
other remedy known to medi<
carry women through this
Pinkham's Vegetable Compo1
and herbs. Here is proof:
went through di
I tried Lydia]
pound. I was
S could not keep
. 4. N:lhad creepy sez
T nights. I was
--that I had a tun
"I read one da
by Lydia E. Pi
~''jand decided to t
K . woman. M~y ne
has worked a miracle for me.
Compound is worth its weighti
period of life.' If it will hell
letter."-hrs. Nathan B. Greato
Cornwallville, N. Y.-" [ ha'
Lydia E. Pinkhiam's Vegetable
some time for Change of Life, ni
a fibroid growth.
" Two doctors advised me
hospital, but one day while I we
I met a woman who told me t<
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
know it helped me wonderfu
thankful that I was told to
Pinkhiam's Vegetable Compoi
Cornwallville, N. Y., Greene Co.
The makers of Lydia E.
pound have thousands of su
they tell the truth, else they c
for love or money. This med
stood the test for years.
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkha
Compound has been- the standa
female ills. No sick woman d
herself who will not try this fan
IMade exclusively from roots a'
has thousands of cures to its ere
M~trs. Pinkham invites a
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guided thousands to health fr
Address krs. Pinkhnm
Our High Grad. S
base Plants are now
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Eradicates scrofula and all
other humors, cures all their.
effects, makes the blood rich
and abundant, strengthens all
the vital organs. Take it.
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabe.
Two Cruises to the i
Two delightful cruises leaving NewYork
February 25 and March 28,1911
12,0TN S.S. iOtke E
Spanish Mai. West Indies, Panama
Canal, Bermuda, etc.
Two cruises of 28 days duration S150
and up. One cruise, 16 days $85 and up.
Also cruises to the Orient, Suth Amer
ca and Around the World.
Writs for IllUmratd BoJi&.
P.05B1767 41 and 45 broadway.N. T.
ADVICE TO THE AGED
Age brings Infirmities. such as sulgtb
bowels, weak kidneys and orIlver.
have a specific effect: on thes ras
stimulating the bowels, givest = : o
and Imparts vigor to the whoie sytsem.
I willsend asloug as they last my 9 eta
For 10c in Stamps or Coin
rllustrated with 20 full pau haftn
ly develop, beautify, &ad pi re1 estreogti
In your shooldera ann and bands without
PROF. ANTHONY BARIGR
1740 Barker Bu Id. 110 West 42ad StreeLe fat
We tel *o -ow -
te for refe and
weekly price lis
F . SAEL & SONS,
WoOl Ia"Uzlbe~&.F R
of thispaper de
Readers t o buy
I tfised in its columns should insi upon
having what they ask for, refusing al
subua e or izitatons.
~he most critical period of a
;lect of health at this time
t remember that there is nc"
:ine that will so successfully.
trying period as Lydia E.
md, made from native roots
,-"I cannot express what I
cring the Change of Life before
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comn
In such a nervous condition I
still. My limbs were col.
usations and could not sleep
inally told by two physicians
iy of the wonderful cures made
nkham's Vegetable Compound
ry it, and it has made me a well
ighbors and friends declare it
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
nu gold for women during this
others you may publish this
n, 51 No. Main St.,N!~atickMss.
ye been taking
to go tothe
is away visiting,
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ly. I am very
md."--Mrs. Wmn. Bonghtn,
Pinkham's Vegetable Corn
ch letters as those above-.
ould not have been obtained
icmne is no stranger--...it hass
m's Vegetable o
rd remedy for
oes justice t
[Id herbs, and
11 sick women
ee of charge.