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BLOOD WILL TELL
A THEORY SUPPORTED BY FRESH,
A Rtccnt Instance Proves That a
Woman's Happiness Is Largely De
pendent on the State of Her Blood.
When the blood te disordered overy
organ of tho body Is ajfcctd unfavor
ably and falls to discharge Us func
tions properly. In tho cn.se of every
woman nature has made special pro
vision for a periodical purification of
the blood, and no long as this occurs
her health and spirits unfailingly re
veal the benefiolal results. So slight
a cause as a cola or a nervous shock
may produce ft suppression of this
ltal function, and until it is restored
ah 1b doomed to misery. Tho remedy
that has proved most prompt and
effective in all disorders peculiar to
tho female sex is that which brought
such great relief to Miss Mattie
Griggs, of No. 807 Indiana street, Law
rence, Kansas, concerning' which she
speaks as follows:
"In the winter of 1902, from some
unknown cause, thero was a cessation
of functions peculiar to my sex for a
period of four months. I becamo very
weak and could not get up staim
without help. I had nausea and pain
and a constant headache. I was un
der tho care of a physician for three
months, hut ho did not succeed in cur
ing roc. Then a lady friend told mo
about tho merits of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills which she had used in her fam
lly, and she induced me to try them.
It was in May when I first began
to use them, and in Juno I had fully
recovered my health, and have since
remained perfectly well."
In all cases of delayed development
of young girls;. in anemia or weakness
due to Impoverished blood and show
ing Itself Ln pallor, lack of ambition,
despondency and nervousnora; also in
the great constitutional disturbances
attending the period known as tho
change of life, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are invaluable for women, whoso
health Is always closely dependent on
the state of tho blood. They are sold
by all druggists. A booklot of valuable
information relating to the care of n
woman's health at nil important perl
ods, and entitled "Plain Talks to Wo.
men," will be sent freo ln a sealed en
velope to any one who chooses to
write for It to the Dr. Williams Med
cine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Electroculturo is a somewhat nen
word In our agriculture It means tht?
scienco of making plants grow by tfcu
help of electricity. Little experimen
tation has been done In this line on
tho American continent, except by
growing plants ln tho glare of electric
lights. But In Eurono the matter Is
receiving a good deal of attuntlon, tho
electricity being npplled there directly
to the plants in various ways. In
Franco pnmphlotu aro being published
on tho results.
Under tho intensive agriculture fol
lowed near tho great capitals of Eu
rope tho acceleration of growth means
a great deal. Somo of the land under
glass near Paris rents for two thou
sand francs per acre per year. It is
ovident that It is a very important
matter to bo ablo to increase the pro
duction only a little. In the United
States It is at present different, and
wo aro not yet driven to applying elec
tricity to tho growing of farm crops.
Tho results obtained in Europo aro
interesting though not extraordinary.
Many plants grew more rapidly when
tho soil was supplied with electricity
and in somo cases tho seed germi
nated much more quickly. Thus peas
sown in ground that was supplied
artificially with electricity germinated
In two and a half days, while without
being supplied with electricity they
germinated in four days. It was found
that an induction current caused the
most rapid growth of the plant, while
with the continuous current tho yield
was larger. So ono kind of a current
would bo needed for lettuce and an
other for peas.
Tho French scientists do not find It
difficult to get very good results, but
say that they are unable to overcome
the obstacle in the way in tho cost of
electricity. Thereforo oleotroculture
Is as yet not a practical science. The
question of profit cannot bo yet con
sidered, that depending on a greatly
reduced cost of making electricity.
Appendicitis Is Contagious.
According to M. Championnlero, In
- paper read before the French Acad
y of Medicine, appendicitis is in-
.tiouu, and may arise from influenza,
It Is commonest In countries whero
much flesh Is eaten, and Is graver lp
patients who eat much flesh.
flvery housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Dcflanco Cold
Water Staroh for laundry use they
will save not only time, because It
never sticks to the Iron, but because
each package contains 1G oz. one full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up in 91-pound pack
ages, and the price Is the same, 10
cents. Then again becauso Dofiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem
icals. If your grocer trios to sell you a
12-oz. package it is because ho has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of beforo he puts in Defiance
Ho knows that Dcflanco Starch has
printed on every package ln largo let
ters and figures "10 ozs." Demand
Defiance and save much time and
money and the anuoyance of tho iron
sticking. Defiance never sticks,
Tbe Passenger Department of tho Illlaoi
Central Rsllxotd Comjwny have recently issut
a ptatUosiloB known as Circular No. IS, ln wblct.
U described the
toil territory in this country
for the irmwlttff of earlv strawberries acd early
vegetable! Every dealer ia suoli products
sseold address a postal card to tbe undersigned
0. 1GU051UI UWJJ ui
Asst Oca'l Pass'r gegt
J. F. MSKBY, As
Egg Production Variation.
When hens are Investigated as thor
oughly as dairy cows they will bo
found to vary as greatly In their abil
ity to produco eggs. We have as a
people gono on tho assumption that a
hen was a hen. That was true, but
sometimes she has proved to bo noth
ing more, so far as eggs are concerned
not even a layer. But wo aro only
now beginning to find that out. Tho
dairy cows have been Investigated
as to their ability to produco butter
cheaply. Somo were found that made
butter at a cost of eight cents a pound
and others that made butter at a cost
of 70 cents a pound. The hens have
been investigated as to their ability
to produco eggs cheaply and some have
boon found that produced eggs at ten
cents a dozen In wlutor and others at
a dollar u dozou. A good many henB,
llko a good many cows, aro more
profitable doad than alive.
We will never got very satisfactory
work dono In tho lino of experimenta
tion till wo aro ablo to keep hens by
themselves and know for a certainty
tho record of oach hen and be ablo
to watch each ono In all rospects.
Thore aro hens that aro almost non
producers of eggs. In the ordinary
flock they minglo with tho others and
aro always healthy. They would make
admirable potple, but tho owner feels
that ho cannot dispense with any of
his layers. Thero are other hens that
are not attractive looking, yet If they
are kept by themselves they will be
found to be great egg producers. Very
often egg producing gets a fowl out
of shape, and this very thing leads
to her bolng killed off for tho table
when sho should bo retained.
The ranges of the West are being
continually overstocked, and this
oYerstocking is well-nigh universal.
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Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago, speaks
to young women about dangers of the
Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and
suffering and remove the cause by using
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"To Young Women: I suffered for six years with dysmenor
rhea (painful periods), so much so that I dreaded every month, as I
knew it meant three or four days of intense pain. The doctor said
this was due to an inflamed condition of the uterine appendages caused
by repeated and neglected colds.
ttlf young girls only realized how dangerous it is to take cold at
this critical tune, much suffering would be spared them. Thank God
for Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound, that was the only
madicine which helped mo any. Within three weeks after I started to
take it, I noticed a marked improvement in my general health, and at
the time of my next monthly period the pain had diminished consider
ably. I kept up the treatment, and was cured a month later. I am like
another person sinco.I am in perfoct health, my eyes are brighter, I have
added 12 pounds to my weight, my color is good, and 1 feel light and
happy." Mis3 Aqne3 Miller, 25 Potomac Ave., Chicago, 111.
The monthly sickness reflects the condition of a woman's
health. Anything unusual at that time should have prompt
and proper attention. Fifty thousand letters from women prove
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound regulates men
truation and makes those periods painless.
BEAD WHAT MISS MNDBEOX SAYSi .
"Deah Mrs. Pinkitam: Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has greatly bene
fitted mo. I will tell you how I suffered. My
trouble was painf ul menstruation. I felt as each
month went by that I was getting worse. I had
severe bearing-down pains in my back and abdo
men. "A friend advised me to tiy Mrs. Pinkham's
medicine. I did so and am now free from all
pain during my periods." Jessib C Lindbeck.
1201 Cth Street, Kockford, I1L
FREE ABVIOE TO WOMEN.
Remember, every woman is cordially
invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if there
is anything: about her symptoms she does
not understand. Mrs. Piftkhara's address Is
Lynn, Mass., her advice is free and cheerfully given to every ail
ing: woman, who aslcs for it. Her advice lias restored to neaitn
more than ono hundred thousand women. Why don't you try
it, my sick sisters?
FORFEIT " we cannot forthwith wodnco the orttrlnul 1attrs sod Sifasttrss si
sboY6 testimonial, vhloh will proro tuolr absolute Rcnn1nnMfl,
Lydl IS. riakliAu SI die La C, Iffa Mass.
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DOCTORS BUXTON & DAVIS,
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W.N.U. Oklthomj QJjy No, j4j 1901