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Cost 10 cents and equals 30 cents
worth of any other kind of bluing,
Won't Spill or Break
Can't Spot Clothes
DIRECTION! FOR USES
around in the xaateu
At U wlM Grocer.
Children In the Home.
Wo bare no perfect idea of a home
without children. It may possess ov
ery material and necessary comfort,
and its hearthstone may shine with
a flame as pure and as constant as
tho vestal fire; but without the patter
Ing of llttlo feet and the merry ring
ing of treble voices in its apartments,
it is "found wanting." Little children
complete and crown every home on
earth; such, indeed, is the design of
heaven. Dr. Davlcg.
A Celestial Office Seeker.
"Yes," said tho Billvillo citizen, "he
tvas a nat'ral born runner for office
Jest run in his blood, so to speak an'
it's my firm belief that when ho land
ed in parndiso the very fust thing he
did wuz to git out a opposition ticket
to St. Peter for gatekeeper." Atlanta
A 8ocial Happening.
Llttlo Alphonso, Jr., had been care
fully tucked into bed, had asked for
his last drink of water, and was about
to dream material for now questions,
when his mother heard, as she was
carefully and quietly folding tho little
garments in the dim light, "Mother,
how was it I first met you?" Lip
Could Get No Rest.
Freeborn, Minn., October 17 (Spe
cial) Mr. R. B. Goward, a well-known
man here is rejoicing in the rellel
from suffering ho has obtained
through using Dodd's Kidney rills,
His experience is well worth repeating
as it should point the road to health
to many another la a similar condi
tion. "I had an aggravating caso of Kid
ney Trouble," says Mr. Goward, "that
gavo me no rest day or night but
using a few boxen of Dodd's Kidney
Pills put new life in me and I feel like
a new man.
1 "I am happy to state I have received
great and wonderful benefit from
Dodd's Kidney Pills. I would heartily
recommend all sufferers from Kidney
Trouble to give Dodd's Kidney Pills a
fair trial as I havo every reason to be
lieve It would never bo regretted."
Dodd's Kidney Pills make you fool
liko a now man or woman because
they cure tho kidneys. Cured kidneys
mean pure blood and pure blood
means bounding health and energy in
every part of tho body.
Christening Ships With Wine.
Christening ships with wino is a
survival of barbarism. In tho olden
days, when sacrifices wore offered to
propitiate tho gods of a nation, II
was tho practice to select some pen
son, and to spill his blood over the
prow of a new vessel. In course of
time wine was substituted for blood,
and the custom hold! good in nearly
every maritime nation to-day.
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet PQwdors for Children,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's
Homo, Now York, euro Summer Complaint,
JTeothlng Disorders and Destroy Worms. At
all Druggists', 25o. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y.
Cars are often loaded, but tho en
glne sticks to water and does all the
Dairy Cows Must Be Cared For.
In looking over many of the reports
from men who have been through the
country taking a cow census, I find,
that tho dairyman who has tried to
improve the stock by Introducing Into
his herd n thoroughbred sire of some
of tho distinct dairy breeds, Is tho
one who has realized the most profit
every time. I want dairymen to have
the best cows, and If I speak of cho
special purpose dairy cow and do It
forcibly, it Is because 1 believe the
dairyman who Is doing anything short
of this is not living up to the full pos
slbilltles of his business. As I tra'ol
through tho country and see tho con
dition stock Is In and how they are
cared for and tho foeds used, I am
inclined to think that perhaps there
is a place for the common or dual pur
pose cow, until such a time as he shall
turn over a new leaf, "Quit his mean
ness," as Sam Jones says, and Improve
his ways of feeding and caring for his
I have been in places this winter
right here in tho stato of Wisconsin
where cows were kept out of doors all
wlntor, with a run in the old corn field,
a little poor hay and tho straw stack
for shelter. Would tho strictly dairy
cow be able to do business undor these
conditions? Sho might possibly sur
vive, but the idea of profit would be
entirely out of tho question, for it
would take at least the first half of
tho sumraor for her to pull body and
soul together, and by that timo she
would havo got all out of the notion of
giving much milk. Dairy typo is not
en accident, and there is good sense
in every point of make up. In tho
matter of judging a dairy cow there
Is nothing eo reliable as the milk scale
and tho Babcock tester, but a pros
pective buyer in some cases, or a
judge in the show ring, must have a
quicker way of judging and he must
have the ability to recognize at a
glance tho signs which have proven
to bo the evidence of the true dairy
typo. F. II. Scribnor at Wisconsin In
Silage for the Calves.
Opinions differ as to what timo of
life tho calves should havo silage fed
them. Some would give it to them
when they are six weeks old, but moro
careful ones say wait till the calf is
nix months old. Tho same peoplo do
not turn tholr calves onto tho pasture
till that time at least if the dato would
bring them on the pasture while the
grass Is still filled with succulence.
Tho digestive organs of the calf do
not seom to bo adapted to either fresh
grass or silago or any succulent food.
But when the calf Is six months of
ago it is safe to feed silage, but tho
amount should not be rapidly in
creased. Tho feeder must know
enough about the animal to tell from
day to day tho effect of the food ho
is giving, and must regulate the feed
ing accordingly. When a calf gets
old enough so that tho silage will not
hurt him by reason of Its succulence
It becomes one of the best foods pos
sible to give. Not only Is Its effect
healthful, but It Is a cheap feed. The
farmers that have much young stock
to ralso would find tho silo a valuable
adjunct to their feeding equipment.
Slack Methods Costly.
One creamery I visited was clean
and neat, yet, through the buttermak
er's antipathy to the use of commer
cial starters and an alkali test, he
allowed tho quality of his butter to be
dominated by the character of the
feeds used to such an extent as to loso
about $500 In a very short time. Tho
buttermaker was also careless about
the granular butter being washed out
of the churn onto the floor and down
the drain which he made the manage
ment believe was unavoidable. ?rof.
J. G. Moore.
THIS WOMAN KNOWS
WHAT ONE OF THE SEX DISCOV
ERED TO HER GREAT JOY.
Mrs. De Long Finds That tho Inde
scribable Pains of Rheumatism Can
Be Cured Through the Blood.
Mrs. E. M. Do Long, of No. 1G0
Wost Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa,
found horsclf suddenly attacked by
rheumatism In tho winter of 1890.
She gave the doctor a chance to help
her, which ho failed to improvo, and
then she did somo thinking and ex
perimenting of her own. She was go
successful that she deems It hor duty
to tell the story of her escape from
"My brother In-law," sho says, "was
enthusiastic on tho subject of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills as a purifier of
the blood, and when I was suffering
extreme pains In tho joints of my an
kles, knees, hips, wrists and elbows,
and the doctor was giving mo no re
lief, I began to reflect that rheuma
tism is u disease of tho blood, and
that if Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro
so good for the blood they must bo
good for rheumatism and worth a
"I was in bed half tho time, suffer
ing With pain that cannot bo described
to ono who has never had tho disease.
It would concentrate sometimes In ono
set of joints. When it was in my foot
I could not walk; when it was In my
elbows and wrists I could not even
draw the coverlets over my body. 1
had suffered in this way for weeks
before I began using Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. Two weeks after I began
with thorn I experienced relief and
after I had taken six boxes I was en
tirely well. To mako sure I continued
to uso them about two weeks longer
and then stopped altogether. For sev
eral years I have had no reason to
uso them for myself, but I havo rec
ommended them to others as an ex
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills furnish tho
blood with all the elements that are
neoded to build up healthy tissue,
strong muscles and nerves, capable of
bearing tho strain that nature puts
upon them. They really make now
blood and euro all diseases nrlsing
from disorders of the blood or nerves,
such as sciatica, neuralgia, partial
paralysis, locomotor ataxia, St. Vitus'
dance, nervous prostration, anemia
and all forms of wcaknoss in cither
malo or female. They aro sold by all
Dog Swam Long Distance.
Dogs vary greatly In ability as
swimmers. Tho water spaniel, re
triever, mastiff and St. Bernard excel
all others. A retriever known to tho
writer once followed a canoe for nine
miles. Tho dog was much exhausted,
howevor, when drawn into the boat
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shako out or blow out; by using
Deilanco Starch you obtain better re
sults than possible with any othor
brand and one-third more -for same
Instend of Improving each shining
hour, the busy llttlo bee would mako
tho woather conditions hotter If ho
could Improvo tho gloomy, dismal
days. Somervlllo Journal.
Auburn Hair In Disfavor.
In tho hope of exterminating or les
soning what thoy considered a curse,
tho Egyptians, in tho timo of tho
Ptolemies, used to burn a rod-haired
maiden once a year, so violently op
posod were thoy to hair of a bright
City Named for Queen Victoria.
Queenstown, the famous Irish port,
of call for American liners, was origin
ally tho Covo of Cork and changed Its
name when Queen Victoria landed
thero on her first visit to Ireland.
Those Who Havo Tried It
Will use no other. Deflanco Cold Wa
ter Starch ha3 no equal in Quantity
or Quality 10 oz. for 10 cents. Other
brands contain only 12 oz.
Where Kitty Cornea In.
A marrlod man cannot afford t
play poker, for If ho loses $4 It Is a
sign that his wifo will got a now $2?
hat to got evon. Cincinnati Commer
Every hoiuokcoper should know
that If thoy will buy Dofianco Cold
Water Starch for laundry uso they
will savo not only lime, becnuso It
never sticks to tho Iron, but becauso
each package contains 10 oz. ono full
pound while all othor Cold Water
Starches aro put up in -pouud pack
ages, and tho prlco Is tho muuo, 10
cents. Then again becauso Defiance
Starch Is free from all Injurious chom
icals. If your grocer trios to sell you a
12-oz. package it Is becauso ho has
a stock on hand which ho wishes to
dispose of before he puts In Defiance.
He knows that Dofianco Starch has
printed on every package In largo let
ters and figures "10 ozs." Demand
Defiance unci savo much timo and
money and tho annoyance of tho Iron
sticking.' Defiance never sticks.
Every ono would rathor froox.o all
night than got up and look for moro
covers, except tho mother who has
children lo watch over. Atchison
Tf ANTnn. For tho U. R Army, able-bodied
M unmarried men, between ages of 21 imrt
Ifi; fiti'ons of United State, of pood character
mid tempcr.itohahitri, who can njoak, lead and
writo KnglMi. For information apply to Re
cruiting Oillettr, Postolllco building, Oklahoma
City, Olda.. or TuNu, lud. Tor., Kiiht, Shaw
noo or Guthrie, Okla.
"jStrSlThomnson's Eys Wafer
.Magnificent Crops for 1904.
Wliont Crop this
Year Will ho 00,
and Wheat at Pros
ont Is Worth SI. 00 a
Tho Oat and Barley Crop Will Alto Yield Abundantly.
Splendid prices for nil kinds of grain, cattlo
and other farm produce, for tho Browing of
which tho climate is unsurpassed.
About 1C0.000 Americans have settled In West
ern Canada during the past thrco years.
Thousands of fieo homesteads of ICO ncrcs
each still nvnllablo in the best agricultural dis
It has been Bald thnt tho United States will
bo forced to import wheat within a very few
years. Secure a fuim in Canada and become
ono of those who will produco lu
Apply for Information to Superintendent of
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to authorized
Canadian Government Agent .1. S. Crawford,
No. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
The Pussengcr Department of tho Illlnoli
Central Railroad Company havo recently issued
n publication known as Circular No. 12, in whlcn
Is described tho
best territory in this country
for tho growing of early strawberries und early
vegetables. Every dealer In such products
should add rosy a postal card to the undersigned
tit Dubuqno. Iowa, requesting a copy ol
"Circular No. I'.v'
J. F. MJ3KRY, ABSt. Gcn'l ru63'r Agent.
W.N.U. Oklahoma City No. 43, 1004
EPWORTH' GIVERS ITT.
Joint Property of tho two Motliodinm h.
Intiuds to bo thorough in scholarship
and holnful and religious in spirit.
Ten Head Professors, tho majority of
whom havo taught in tmch universities as
Northwestern, Vnndorbilt, Ann Arbor,
Chicago, Columbia, Lolnnd Stanford, de
voto their ontiro thno to tho collogo of
liberal arts Full conn of instructor in
Academy and Music, Elocution and Art.
Largo campus of llfty two acres beauti
fully shunted. Modorn building. Physi
cal. Chemical and Biological Laboratories.
Tho first petition begins September 7, 1104.
President R. 0. McSwalw, OUatioma, Okie.
Q(( I'uth TotAl Uxpenict for Six Month' Court!
QUU la UooUkgojilng, Short lutnd, J'oninfinnhlp an (
It you aro willing to work to pny bomrl. Position irt
cured. Free ui of text-book. JUIIroad tare paid,
tVrito today for full p utlcalars. Address
Taoi. M. Milam, Prst., OkliboAa City, 0. T.
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