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TOPICS Or INTEREST TO THEPLANTi
Tho Cotton Problem.
A study of the situation just now for
cotton culture is that it should be a
crop in a rotation of crops, and that
failure'.-will inevitably attach to the
plan -of trying to have cotton follow
cotton on the saine ground year after
The winning plan in this matter
now is to make a part of that in
tensive farming which calls for high
' culture and abundant fertilizing.
Under this plan the fertilizing of soil
ls not done for the cotton only; and so
a mixture highly recommended for the
service is acid phosphate, 1200
pounds; cotton-seed meal, GOO pounds;
kainit, 200 pounds. It is advised that
about 700 pounds of this mixture be
applied per acre.
Yoorhies, an authority on fertilizing.
In discussing the subject, recommends
- that this soil-enriching mixture should
be used* "in the drill at the time of
planting, and at a depth of*not more
than three inches and well mixed with
"In most cases it is best to allow all
of ?h?; fertilizer in one application
rather than fractionally, though if the
land is in superior condition applica
tion may be made again at the second
- The preparation of the ground should
be of the most thorough character,
.with the plowing done in the fall, if
possible; so that the harrow will be
able to accomplish all that is needed
m getting the, soil right for the recep
tion of the seed in spring.
The harrow ought to be given very
free use here, because if it is the
ground will be put in just the right
order for promoting early and vigorous
growth and for maturing the crop;
and at the same time this harrowing
will lead to the germination and also
the destruction of the weed elements
in the earth.
In no event are weeds to be allowed
if the best outcome is to be expected.
Stir and stir, for thus the growing will
be.helped; and the dryer the season
so much the more will this be true;
and at any rate never let a crust re
main after a rain beyond the time
when the surface is in a condition to
It should be remembered that some
one point neglected or overlooked may
be ruinous to the whole business.
Make sure of good seed-seed the
vigor of which is in no way impaired.
And get the variety of seed most likely
to secure qarly maturing of the crop,
and this along with that which gives
the best quality of fiber. See to it that
no point of importance is neglected.
. It ?s certain that out of the present
Insect peril for cotton will come a
better agriculture and better things
for cotton growing generally in the
We notice with great pleasure that
the cotton growers are thoughtfully
aroused on this whole subject; and we
confidently believe that out of the situ
ation as it now exists will come better
things every way for the growers of
this leading product of the Southern
country. v .
. The many letters that come to Home
and Farm are fully in support of the
view that whiist cotton will still be
the staple product of the South, it will
not be allowed by the planters to be
this to its injury any longer, but that
^froni this on the system will be to re
duce the acreage, and yet by increas
ing, the amount per acre not lessen
the aggregate amount of cotton pro
i This, we urge, can be done by a judi
cious system of rotating the crops;
and from each rotation will be secured
? decrease insect depredation and an
increase of kinds of crops which will
make it possible not only to utilize all
the available soil elements without
destroying their proportion, but at the
same time make the Southern planter
independent of outside reinforcing as
he has never been before.-Home and
r More Horses and Mnles.
. According to the report of the Sta
tistician of the United States Depart
ment'of Agriculture there were, on
January 1, 1804, some 16,736,059 head
of horses and 2,756,916 head of mules
in the United States. These fig
ures show an increase of 178,
686 horses and 29,323 head of mules
over the totals given out in 1993. The
good demand for horses and mules
at the present time and the small in
crease indicated shows the importance
of the farmers of thc middle South
giving -more attention to the breeding
of animate in the immediate future
than has been done in the past few
The mule breeding interest is con
fined to a comparatively small area of
the United States, centering chiefly in
the middle South, including .the States
of Alabama. Georgia, Mississippi, Lou
siania, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee.
Kentucky and Missouri. The largest
number of mules are found in Texas,
.with Mississippi ar.d Missouri second
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ER, STOCKMAN ANO TRUCK GROWER,
and third; The high price of cotton
at the present time insures a good
market for mules for some time to
come, aud it would take sever?l years
of systematic breeding to overstock
the market, judging from the present
demand for good animals. In fact, the'
market will not soon be overstocked
with good horses and mules. It is
overstocked all the time with scrub
animals, but the farmer who has fore
sight enough to breed the draft type
OJ. mule for the Northern trade will
find his animals in good demand in
that direction, while the man who
breeds mules of a lighter type and
finer bone, but with plenty of sub
stance, will find them in good demand
in the regions lying to the South.
What is needed iu both the horse
and mule breeding business is a better
type of mares in much larger numbers
and then the use of only the choicest
coach or hackney sires for the pro
duction of the roadster or coach '.?.pe
of horses that is in general demand
everywhere, and the employment of
only the best bred jacks of fine quality
in the breeding of the character of
mule that the market now seeks and
for which a profitable cash price can
be obtained any day. The middle
South is well adapted for the produc
tion of the class of horses and mules
that are in greatest demand at the
present time. Are our people fully
alive to conditions as they exist to
day, and are they taking full advan
tage of the present situation?-South
Harrow Reduces tho Labor.
The Southern soil tillers are now
wisely selecting the best implements
to aid them in destroying weeds and
pulverizing their lauds. The harrow
is not found on every farm, and yet it
will accomplish more work in one day
in putting the crop in good condition
than the plows they are using will in
two. The harrow is of special benefit
in being passed over the Irish potato
plants, and even when an inch high ia
tearing the surface of the so:l and yet
not injuring the plants. The harrow
with teeth .sloping backward at an
angle of forty-five degrees will do no
harm to corn two inches high or
wheat four inches high. Try it on a
small plot of corn or half the field
and observe the difference in thirty
days thereafter with the part now har.
The heavy rains after the corn has
been planted pack the surface soil,
and that prevents the spring suns from
warming the soil to the depth of four
inches, where the young corn roots
are too cold to perform their natural
functions. The sloping teeth of the
implement will tear up the coating,
and the corn plants will put on new
life. The harrow will greatly reduce
the farm work in keeping the young
"crops cleau. A harrow with seventy
five teeth will clean up the young
weeds or grass ou fifteen acres in one
day. The young plants may be laid
down on the soil for a day, but it will
soon lift its head, and then it will
more than make up for the time lost
while down. Friends, get out of your
old ways and put into your crops
better implements and they will in
crease the yield of corn more than the
cost of the new implement.
Bedding for cotton is a distinct
error. As our correspondent says it
necessitates cutting too many roots iu
cultivating. But that is not all. Where
the roots start out vigorously hunting
for food and water, they soon strike
dry soil and hot sunshine. They must
stop or turn down or grow into the
hot'air. While the roots are settling
this question the plants are suffer.'
for food and water and throwing .
These cotton beds have cost mill, J?
of loss to the cotton crop. Cotton does
not form squares and bolls simply for
the purpose of throwing them off later.
They should have stayed on and made
cotton. Generally it is our fault it
they shed. Our mistakes have forced
cotton to shed until we have con
cluded that it is its nature to shed.
This is a mistake. Cotton rightly cul
tivated will not shed. Give a cotton
stalk plenty of water and food and it
will not shed unless you cut off the
roots. This does hot necessarily in
crease the width of the rows. The
fertility of the soil mainly decides
that. Usually four feet is best. But
as to the plowing there need be no
point to cut deep in the row anywhere.
Use plows so adjusted as not to cut
more, than an inch.-Southern Culti
Farmers in the South should not
buy ammonia. They can raise it
cheaper in stable manure, cottonseed
and rotting vegetation. We raise the
very best form of ammonia in our
cottonseed and sell it very cheap and
then buy lt in less desirable forms and
pay very higii figures for it-Southern.
TIME TO ACT.
Wheu the back aches and you are al
ways tired out. depressed and nervous
-when sleep is disturbed by. pain and
ills, it's time
to net. The
p e rmanent
Mrs. W. S.
F. D., No.
Ga., says: "My husband's back and
hips were so stiff and sore that he
could not get. up from a chair without
help. I got him a box of Doan's Kid
ney Pills. He felt relief in three days.
One box cured him."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
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shall will be mailed on application to
any part of the United Stetes. Ad
dress Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y. Sold by ail dealer1'; price 50 cents
When a young man tells a girl he loves
her for herself alone it's equivalent to an
injunction against interference from tho
rest of the family. . .._ _
tflTSpermaneatlv cured. No fits ornervous?
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
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Dr.K. H.KLIXE, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phlla.,Pa
The man who manages to keep out o?
debt, out of jail and out of politics is a lit
tle above the average._
' U?C Allen's FooM?asn.
It is the onlr cure for Swollen, Smartta',%
Tired, Aching,"Hot, Sweating Feet,Corns and
Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, apowder
to be shaken into the shoes. Cures while you
walk. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25o.
Don't accept any substitute. Sample sent
FP.EE. Addro3s,Allen S. Olmsted, Leltoy, N.Y
During courtship a girl is often unable to
express her thoughts, but she makes up
for lost time after marriage.
Mrs. Winslow'sSootbingSyrup forchlldren
teething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma
tion alinyapaln.curcswind colic. 25c. tibottle
Give a hungry man something to eat be
fore handing him advice.
my lifo throe years ago.-Mas. THOMAS lton
tiNB, Maple St.. Norwich, N.Y., Feb. 17,1903.
A chauffeur is a man who ran?) down pe
destrians and run.T up repair bills.
That th* Laymai; May Know the Law.
Quite a number of changes have
been noticed in the method of draw
ing bills In Congress. Measures which
are intended to become a law now
contain shorter sentences, and wher
ever possible commas and serai-colons
are omitted and periods used instead.
This is for the purpose of making it
easier to interpret a law and avoid
mistakes. Several times questions
have arisen whether a comma or semi
colon was in the right place. Ia somo
Instances it has been found that the
misplacement of a comma in the law
has changed the entire meaning of
the section and rendered the act nuga
tory. If the laws that ave enacted
could be stripped of the verbiage and
much of the indefinite words, along
with the commas that are b&lng elim
inated, the average layman might be
able to understand them better.
Washington Post. ' ".
HIS IDEA OF PLYMOUTH ROCK.
Small Pupil in Doubt as to Whether
lt Was a Hen or a Rooster.
"During one of my visits through
the country districts," said the pro
fessor, "I happened to reach a small
village where they were to have a
flag raising at the schoolhouse. After
the banner had been flung to the
breeze, there was an exhibition bf
drawings which the pupils had made,
and of the work they, had done during
"The teacher recited to them, 'The,
Landing of the Pilgrims,' and after
she had finished she requested each
pupil to try and draw from hi's or her
imagination a picture of Plymouth
"Most of them went to work at
once, but one little fellow hesitated,
and at length raised his hand.
" 'Well, Willie, what is it?' asked
" Please ma'am, do you want us to
draw a hen or a rooster?' "
A Four-footed Goose. -
Tn the museum at Paris may be
seen a very curious specimen of the
palmiped family. It is a goose which
has four feet, two of which are atro
phied and placed on the right side.
She often lays eggs, but they are al
ways malformed and the shell is so
brittle that it breaks if touched ever
so gently. Efforts have been made
to preserve some of the eggs, but In
vain. The goose enjoys the best of
health, and, in spite of Its deformi
ties, seems likely to live > for some
time.-Ohio State Journal.
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There is something particularly enjoyable
about going to a Pic-Nic. The very word
Pic-Nic brings pleasant anticipations of a
good time. The idea of going out to th?
woods and fields or down by some brook or
lake, with luncheon to b' served on the
grass and under the trees, has a peculiar
fascination. The fresh air and exercise
contribute to give a hearty appetite to all
and everything at luncheon seems far
better than the finest course dinner that
a French chef ever served. Wooden dishes
supplant Dresden china, and paper boxes
silver trays, when the "good things to
eat" are spread upon the ground.
Pic-Nics are never complete without the
sandwiches, sweet white bread with a gen-,
crous layer of meat between. Libby's
canned meats are ideal for Pic-Nics and
outings. The cans are so easily opened
and thtr contents so fresh and palatable
that no Pic-Nic is a success without
Libby's "Natural Flavor" Food Products.
It takes a fast man to beat a board
bill. So.. 23.
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Young women may avoid much sick
and pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, if
they will only have faith in the use of
Lydia &. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound*
" DEAR MUS. PINKHAM : - I feel ib my duty to tell all young -women
how much Lydia E. Pinkham's wonderful Vegetable Compound has
done for me. I was completely run down, unable . ? attend school, and
did not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new person,
and have gained seven pounds of flesh in three months.
" I recommend it to all young women who suffer from female weak
ness."-Hiss ALMA PRATT, Holly, Mich.
> FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS.
All young- girls at this period of life are earnestly invited to
write Mrs. Pinkhani for advice; she has guided in a motherly way
hundreds of young women; her advice is freely and cheerfully
given, and her address is Lynn, Mass.
Judging from the letters she is receiving from so many young girls Mrs.
Pinkham believes that our girls are often pushed altogether too near the
limit of their endurance nowadays in our public schools and seminaries.
Nothing is allowed to interfere with studies, the girl must be p'u" to
the front and graduated with honor; often physical collapse follow id it
takes years to recover the lost vi xlity,-often it is never recovered.
.~ . . A Young Chicago Girl Saved from Despair.
? "DEAR MRS. PINKHAM : - I wish to thank you for the help and ben
efit I have received through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Pills. When I was about seventeen
years old I suddenly seemed to lose my usual good
health and vitality. Father said I studied too
hard, but the doctor thought different and
prescribed tonics? which I took by. the
quart without relief. Reading one day in
the paper of Mrs. Pinkham's great cures,
and finding the symptoms described an
swered mine, I decider11 would give Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a
trial. 1 did not say a word to the doctor;
I bought it myself, and took it according
to directions regularly for two months,
and I found that I gradually improved,
and that all pains left mc, and I was my
old self once more. - LILLIE E. SINOLAIR,
17 E. 22d St., Chicago BL"
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the one sure rem
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FORFEIT if iT cannot forthwith produce the original letters and Signatare! o?
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Lydia E. IMnhhom Medicine Co., Lyon, Maas,
Mi?. CECELIA STOWE,
Orator, Entre Noaa Club.
176 Warren Avenue,
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 22,1902.
For nearly four years-1 suffered
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as thc
only way to pet well. 1, however,
strongly objected to an operation.
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a sick
woman is a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
bim to get a bottle of "Wine of
Cardui for me to try, and be did so.
I began to improve in a few days and
my recovery was very xapi d. With
in eighteen weeks I was another
Mrs. Stowe's letter shows every
woman how a home is saddened by
female weaknes and how completely
Wine of Cardui cures that sick
ness and brines health and. happi
ness again. Do not go on suffer
ing. Go to" your druggist today
and secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine
NEWS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
Paragraphs of Minor Importance
Gathered From Many Sources,
Through the South.
W. H. Boggs, of Shafter, W. Va.,
plowed up a jar cotalning $105 in sil
Mrs. Anna Snyder, of Berkeley coun
ty, West Virginia, died nt the age of
Frank Sharp, of Richmond, was seri
ously shot while, it is alleged, he was
robbing hen roosts.
License has been refused to the last
two Mann law "social clubs" in New
Fire destroyed a mattress factory and
three stores in Norfolk, causing a loss
The Presbyterian General Assemblies
continued their session in Mobile, Ala.,
and Buffalo, N. Y.
Prof. P. C. Leary is lo be a candidate
against Mayor Cutchin, of Roanoke,
who has just been renominated by the
Dr. Howrad, after a protracted vis
it to the South and Mexico, takes a
gloomy view of the boll-weevil and
yellow fever situation.
Rev. Dr. Luther B. Wilson, of Balti
more, and Rev. Dr. William Burt, of
Rome, Italy, were elected" bishops by
the Methodist Episcopal General Con
ference at Los Angeles.
Gen. Frederick Funston explained his
swimming of the Bag Bag river April
26, 1899, and the Rio Grande the next
Tennessee Prohibitionists went on
record as opposing Gen. Nelson A.
Mile? as a Presidential candidate be
cause of his record in the war.
Secretary Hay has decided that, not
withstanding Belgian capitalista' inter
ests in it, the United States will pro
tect the Canton-Hankow Railway, in
China, as an American enterprise.
Agricultural Department figures give
84,500,000,000 as a conservative estimate
of the value of United States farm pro
ducts exclusive of those fed to live
stock In 1903.
The Republic of Panama will try to
invest $6,000,000 of the $10,000,000 re
ceived from the United States in mort
gages on Now York property.
, Commander Peary expects to take
with him io Greenland in July a party
of consumptives who, it is thought, will
profit by the Arctic air treatment.
Of the 926 delegates thus far elected
to the Republican National Convention
708 are absolutely pledged to President
In the North.
The Hearst supporters seem to have
lost in Ohio.
The General Conference of the Meth
odist Protestant Church began its
quadrennial session in Washington and
elected Rev. Dr. F. T. Tagg president.
Unable to end the deadlock on the
gubernatorial nomination the Illinois
Republican State convention adjourned
until May 31.
Governor Peabody, of Colorado, says
the strike there is ended.
The Inter-State Commerce Commis
sion continued its hearing on the dif
A large quantity of jewelry, believed
to have been taken from the
offin of "Lady Mary" Living
ston, on the Livingston estate be
low Hudson, N. Y., bas been found by
tho police in a raid updn a "growler
gang" in Albany.
Seven persons were killed, five fatal
ly injured, 12 to 15 others hurt and 3
aro missing in an explosion in a tor
pedo and fireworks factory at Findlay,
Howard Gould bas sued the architect
of his place, Castle Gould, for $30,000
for delay in his work on the plans.
It was reported that President Roose
velt wants General Porter, ambassa
dor to France, to run for Governor of
New York on^the Republican ticket.
Pope Pius X ls seeking to avoid a
further conflict .with France over the
Despite Agrarian criticism of Count
Von Buelow, the German Imperial
Chancellor, Emperor William continues
to show him marks of favor.
A shell struck the Japanese torpedo
boat destroyer Akatsuki while she was
reconnoitering near Port Arthur, kill
ing 25 men.
A Moroccan official left to meet
Haisuli, .the bandit chief, and is em
powered to grant all his demands if he
releases Ion Perdicaris and Cromwell
Varley from captivity.
PHRASES USED BY MODISTES.
They Vary With the Years and the
Seasons Just as Styles Do.
A woman who ordered a "gown" at
her dressmaker's a short time ago
does not do so now. Dressmakers
who cater to fashionable folk are as
careful of their phrases as a professor,
and every few years the style in ex
pressions changes. For instance, she
would not think of calling her place
of business a "shop" or a "store."
To her it is a "salon." Nor does she
sell "gowns" or "frocks." "Dresses",
or "costumes" are the latest terms.
"Costume for ceremony" is the quser
sounding phrase that means a special
ly ornate affair. The modern dress
maker never uses the word "coat." It
is called "jacket." Nor does she deal
in waists. "Bodice" is the proper
term. She refers to the "models" on
Overstepping the Limit.
When Meredith P. Gentry was de
feated for the governorship of Ten
nessee by Andrew Johnson, afterward
president, he was much chagrined,
principally, he said, because he "had
been run over by that great calf," as
he contemptuously designated John
son. Gentry's melancholy over the re
sult of the election increased as time
passed and he went into a decline.
So some of his friends visited him
in order to cheer him up and, as was
the custom in those days, emptied I
several demijohns of whisky during I
the evening. It was very late before
they thought of retiring and then Gen
try announced that, as there was a
clergyman present (Parson Brown
low), he would request him to ofter up
a prayer before the company went to
bed. Brother Brownlow, whose spe
cialty was exhortation, began to pray.
He included everything in bis peti
tion and at last said: "and O Lord, if
in thy infinite mercy it he possible,
have mercy also upon Andrew John
son." Gentry was on his feet in an
instant. "Stop, Mr. Brownlow, stop!"
he exclaimed. "You will exhaust the
fount of ir finite mercy."
Beadwork Bad for the Eyes.
Many physicians are "down" on
beadwork and they recommend
mothers to discourage their little
daughters in trying their eyesight
over beadwork. Do not hasten the
day when your daughter must go to
the oculist to have her eyes examined
for prescription glasses. The long
curriculum of lessons in modern
schools, the claims of textbooks,
music lessons and drawing lessons
make quite enough demand on the eye
sight of a growing girl without the un
necessary-claims of "fancy work."
The richest baby in the world ls
said to be the little son of the late
Harold Brown, of Providence, R. I.
The death, within a few days of each
other, of his fatherland his uncle left
this youngest 'the possessor of a for
tune which is estimated- at between
$40.000,000 and $50,000.000.
A d vert?s In;; it Town.
The marvelous growth of Seattle,
Wash, is credited mainly to newspaper
publicity. The business men of that
conunuuity raised a considerable sum
to be expended fer space in Eastern
newspapers, and .the returns were
prompt and generous.
There is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the lost few years was supposed to
he incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
looa! remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science hos proven Catarrh to he a
constitutional disease and thereforo requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cum, manufactured by F. J. Cheney <t Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional euro
on the market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops tc a teaspoonful. It acts direct
ly or. the blood and mucous surfaces of thu
system. They offer ono hundred dollars for
any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY <fc
Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
People Must Be Told.
A writer on advertising says it is the
aim of nearly every business concern
to have a special and original feature.
"Bui: when such a specialty shall be
found it must be advertised. No arti
cle can sell itself without the aid of
Or. Biggers' Giuckleberry Cordial
The Great Southern Remedy.
Curen all Stomach and Bowel Troubles,
ouch as Chronic Dysentery, Cholera Mor
bus. Bloody Flux, and also children
teething. It seldom falls to make quick
and permanent cures of all stomach and
bowel, diseases. See testimonial of the
HEJWRy W. GUA Dy.
Dr. Walter A. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga.
Df-ar Slr: This ls the first certificate
that I have ever given as to the merits
of any medicine, but I'take pleasure In
recommending Dr. Blggers' Huckleberry
Cera I si. I consider it the best remedy
that I have ever used In my family for
Stomach and Bowel Troubles. 50c In
vested In a bottle of this medicine to ba
used In tho beginning of any stomach
trouble will often save life as well as a
large doctor's bill. I have a friend whose
life wes, In my opinion, saved by the
prompt use of Dr. Blggers' Huckleberry
Cordial. For sale by all Druggists, 23
and 50c per bottle.
(Signed) HENRY W. GRADY.
Atlanta, Ga., May 23, 1887.
Haltlwanger-Taylor Drug Co., Prop.,
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and Mullein will cure Coughs, Croup
and Consumption. Price 25c and ll a bottle.
Veal Loaf, Vienna Sausage, Ham I
Are Among tho Many Tempting Luncheon
Send for our booklet "How ti
Libby, McNeill ?
For (Ul kinds nnd sizes ol
into the construction of
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price on ono of our popu
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CURBS DYSPEPSIA, SICK HS ADA?
MRS. EVA BARTHO, 133 East 12th
St New York City, N. Y., writes:
"I suffered for thiee years with leucor
rhea and ulceration of the womb. The
doctor advocated an operation which 1
dreaded very much, nd strongly objected
to go '-nder it. Now I am a chanced
woman. Menina cured me; it took nine
bottles, but I felt so much improved I
kept taking it, as I dreaded an operation
so jauch. X am to-day in perfect health
and have not felt so well for fifteen
years."-Mrs. Eva Bartho.
Mrs. Senator Roach, of JLarimore,
N. Dak.; Mrs. Senator Warren, of
Cheyenne, Wyo.'; Belva Lockwood
and Mrs. General Longstreet, of\
WasJilngton, JD. C., are among thej
piom lucnt ladles who indorse Ye
Miss Helen Rolof, Kaukauua, Wis.,
"Several times during thc pa6t two
years o rmore my system has been greatly
m need of a tonic, and rt those .imes Pe
runa has been of great heb in building up
the system, restoring my appetite and se
curing restful sleep."-Helen Rolof.
Miss Muriel Armitage, 36 Greenwood
Ave.. Detroit, Mich., District Organizer
of the Koy-1 'Templars of Temperance,
writes as follows:
"I suffered for five years with uterine
irregularities, which brought on hysteria
md made me a physical wreck. I tried
doctors from the different schotof med
icine, but without any perceptible change
in my condition. In my despair I called
on an . ld .lurse, who advised me (o try
Peruna, and promised good results if I
would persist and take it regularly. I
kept this up for six months, and stoidily
gained strength ?nd health, and when J
Iun? used fifteen bottles I considered myself
entirely cured. I am a grateful, happy
woman to-day."-Miss Muriel Armitage.
Miss Lucy M. Riley, 33 Davenport St.,
Cleveland, Ohio, writes:
"J wish to. add my indorsement to thou
sands cc other women who have been
cured through the ilse of Peruna. I suf
fered tor five years wit': severe backache,
and when wearie? or worried in the least
1 had prolonged headache. I am now in
CHILLS and FEVER..
"DABEK" ti tlie oldest, surest
and best remedy la America for ma'
ailles of malarial nature, lu a posi
tive cure for MALARIA. CHILLS
I and FEVER, enly sue. bo'.tlo
KLOCZEWSKl <SL CO.. WsshinJIon. D. C.
Cy Wrltefor testimonials.
") ?ried nil kinds of blood remedies which failed
to do mo anr good but I liavo found tho right thing
at last. My face was full of pimples and black
heads. After taking Cascareis they all left. 1 am
continuing tho use of them aud recommending
them to my friends. I fool fine when I riso n tho
morning. Hopo to hnvo a chanco to rocommeod
Fred C. Wilten, 76 Elm St., Nowark, H. J.
..Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
JTovor Slckon, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. Xever
?old in bnlk. Tho gonnlno tablot stamped CC C.
Qaarantood to euro or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 595
rauAL S?LE, mi mum BOXES
Cotton Must Have
Potash is an essential plant food
which must bc added as a fertilizer
or the soil will
hausted, as is
true of so
We have books
giving valuable de
tails about fertiliz
ers. We will send
them free to any farmer who asks us for diem.
OERHAN KALI WORKS,
Ncw York -00 Nn.?rm street, or
Atlanta, Ga.--es% So. Broad St.
Removes all"swelling in 8 to 20
days ; effects a permanent cure
in 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment
given free. Kothingcan be faire'
T Write Dr. H. H. G;een't> Sons.
.. Specialists. Box B Atlanta. 6-1
RIPANS TA3ULES are the bett dy?
pepsia medicine ever made. A hun
dred millions of thom have boen sold
ina singleyear. Constipation, heart
burn, sick headache, dizziness, bod
breath, sore throat and every illness
ar lal Cir from a disordered stomach
aro rcllorcd or cured by Klpans Tub
ules. Ono will Kcncrnily glvo relict
within twenty minutes. The five cent package ls enough
for an ordinary occasion. AU druggists sell them.
In time. Sold by drucrirlsio.
Natural Flavor Foods are U. S.
:nt inspected, perfectly packed
)ods, and are ready to serve at
a moment's notice.
.oaf, Boneless Chicken, Ox Tongues
Meats. Ask Your Grocer Fer Them.
) Make Good Things to Eat."
k Libby, Chicago
f Store Building*. We furnish all material entering
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CHE, BILIOUSNESS, NERVOUSNESS
3SSA REMEDY tS?
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.
l?rfect liea'iili, enjoy life nm] bare neither
ii ache or . '.in, trank? to Peruna."-Lucy
lt is no longer a question as to whether
'-nina can be relic;', o . to cure all such
ases. During the many ycar3 in which
'eru-a has been pu' to fest in all forma
nd sta??es o? acute and chronic catarrh
io one year has put this remedy to greater
est than the ?ist year.
If all the women who are suffering with
ny form of female weakness would write
6 Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, and give
lim a complete description of their symp
onu and the peculiarities of their trouble.-*,
ie will immediately reply with complete
lircctions for treatment, free of charge.
.Address Dr. Hartman, President of
'he Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
And gentle anointings
Ointment, the great Skin
Cure, and purest and
sweetest of emollients.
It means instant relief and
refreshing sleep for tor
tured, disfigured, itching,
and burning babies, and
rest for tired, fretted
mothers, when all else
Sold throughout the world. Cutlcura So??, 25c, Ohrt
tarni, SOc, Itctoivent, iOc. (In (orin of Chocolate Coated
lilli, 25c. per vial of 60). Depot? : Loudon, 27 Charter
nouie Sq.; Paru, S Hue de la 1'itlx ; Dutton, 137 Columbas
Ave. Potter Drug a Chem. Corp., Sole Proprietor*.
e-r feed for " How to Cure Baby Humors."
A Large Trial Box and book of in
structions absolutely Free and Post?
paid, enough to prove the value of
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
Paxtine is in powder
form to dissolve In
a ru1 far s u pc ncr to liquid
alcohol which irrito tr J
inflamed surfaces, and
have no cleansing prop
erties. The contents
of every box makes
more Antiseptic Solu
tion - lasts ' longer
goes further-bas more
uses In the family and
deesmorigood than any
you can buy.
The formula of a noted Boston physician,
and used with .great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leutorrhoea, Pelvic Catarrh. Nasal
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts,
and all soreness of mucus membrane. ?
In local treatment of female ills Paxtine is
invaluable. Used as a Vaginal "Wash ?wo
challenge the world to produce its equal for
thoroughness. It is a revelation in cleansing
and healing power; it kills all germs whicr
cause inflammation and discharges.
All leading druggist! keep Paxtine; price,60o.
abor; if yoursdoesnot, sendtousfont. Don't
laka a substituto - thcr** is nothing like Paxtine.
Write for tho Tree Box of Paxtino to-day.
E. PAXTON CO., 7 Pope Bid?., Boston, Hass.
Our Latest lm-!_
proved Circa- a
with Hege's Universal Lop Jieams.Rectilin
ear. Simultaneous Set Works and the Hea
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ITT AND BASE OF OPERATION. Write for full I
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SALEM IRON WORKS.WIn>ton-8alem,y.C.
John W. Atkinson ?> Co.,
Faints, Oils, Varnisbem ?fcc Try Tu?lr
"..standard" Ready "Mixed House Paints.
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