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C 'vHM French, of l'aj.cnunliL,
tn l Tt r.. writes to 31 ra. l'inkham:
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L was nil rundown, and so ner.
rJTwnlJ not doanythln Tha
I r, treated tn for. HrTe; rent troubles
i A me no irfitxl. Whllo In this con.
K ,u . to Mrs. I'lnhham farad.
J" .nywuniand I am now strun
ricTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
h thirty years I-ydia K. Pink
. m'b WMtalilo Compound, miulo
r m roou and hcr1,Ws liccn tho
anJanl remedy for fcinalo Ma.
Wmcni ho havo been troubled with
tan, fibroid tumors, IrrcKUlaritics,
wrtxlh'ittJiw. baaclic, that bear.
ELl'Wi' fcclln flatulcncy.ind Res
t' n,d2lncss,orncrvou3 prostration.
V by don't you try Itr
Don't licaltnto to trrlto to Mm.
pitiUham If thcro 13 nnytlilne
i out jmr Blrltiico you do not
SmMnd. Slio will treat your
free. No Motimii over rcRryttI
wrlUwr ltr. ntnl liccniiNO of her
vat Miirrlcnro alio lin.i lielpca
ALL HIS OWN.
Mr' What a Wt flsura you are
We!!, what doca that matttr! I
tircn't taken yours, bare IT"
India's Precious Metalt.
It It estimated tbat f 1,500.000,000 to
rcM, and perbapa aa much In allrer,
li bidden away In tho Hindu stocking.
Vut quantifies of tbe precious motala
ate known to be kept In tbo form of
tertonal ornamwita. From Umo lmm
tscrlal India baa been a reservoir Into
which the- prccloua metals bare flowed
frsra atl quarters of tho Kioto, only to
c:si,or from statistics. Could tbs
Idle wealth be drawn upon, tbo effect
on 'he Industrial and commercial life
of the country would bo Tory Croat. It
li, therefore, a matter of concern to
try to turn India's dormant capital to
ic're una It may bo Impossible to
do t Tho Oriental mind flows every
tt'ns In a way Incomprehensible to
wci'encrs. Hut If only a titho of tbe
cjccealed hoards of India wore vital,
lied a new aspect mlcht bo Riven to
the conditions of life In Knsland'i
ireit eastern empire
An Kncllshtnan, fond of boosting
of hit ancestry, took a coin from his
locket and, pointing; to tbo head en
rued on It, said: "My great-grcat.
rand'atbvr was mado a lord by the
llac whoso picture you ace on this
What a coincidence!" said his
Yinkm companion, wbo at once pro
duced anothor coin. "My itreat-greafc
traadfathrr was mado an ansol by the
Indian whose picture you sea on thli
cot." -Ladles" Homo Journal.
WANTED TO KNOW
The Truth About Qrape-Nuta Food.
It doesn't mattor so much what you
hear about a thlnrr. It's what you know
that CQ'Jntl. Anil rnrtiinl tnnwUVu
' moat likely to come from personal
"About a year ap.o." writes a N. Y.
Bw. 'I was bothered by Indigestion,
specially during tho forenoon. I tried
""ral remedies without any jiorraan
"My breakfast usually consisted of
oatmeal, steak or chops, bread, coffeo
Ma scmo fruit
'Hearing so much about drapo-Nuts,
' ,. .. a 10 Klvo 11 trial nnd nnd
oul If all l had henril nf II urnd I run
"So I began with drapo-Nuta and
"est, 2 Mft boiled cr8s. toast, a cup
vi lostum iml f,.,i. .i.
n I ... null, Aiuiuiu luv
wd of tho first week I was rid of tho
nil..1 IUo ton"icl and folt much
III" tha (ml n ... . i.
. ' fe! of InJIgeatlon had disappeared
ivl a.' la flri" "to health ouce
. neiore beginning this course
taneh but now I can enjoy a hearty
on," " Thoro a Ilea'
qHT'J1?. h p0,lura Co.. Uattlo
Ule.-i.S .aa Tb Uoad toW
Evtr run k. .i .
cn. " iciisr. f nsw
ire Pei"', from tlm t0 t'- They
"nterelt." ' trU' 'nd (u" Qt hum,n
WAOON TIRE DRAG.
Loop Toaether Four Old Iron Hoops
ana Let mem Qreak Up the Clods.
The) wrttor Whllo drlvlnir nvnr tho
northern Kirtlon nf Arkansas observed
tho drag shown In tho Illustration at
work. Tho tool waa so much differ
ent from anything we hnd ever seen
thftt wo at onco stotmcil ami wnlked
omt round with tho driver, simply lo
watch tho drag prlnd up tho clod.
Whllo tho cut Is self explaining, and
It Is cnally seen that Ihn ilrnir Is mmln
with four old wagon tiro Irons, tbo
driver Informed us that t lit two front
tires should bo heavier than tho two
row tires, and that somotlmos ho
wired a log on the front tires, when
the ground was very lumpy. Tho four
tlrea wcro fastened together with
short chains, and tho ovenor fastened
with chains to tbo two front tires, aa
shown. Wi were later shown one of
these drags, fastened with open rings,
which appeared to be preforablo to the
chains, continues the writer In Wal
lace's Farmer, Tho tires simply
ground the clods and lumps Into a Ann
powder and left tho aurfaco of tho
field In better shapo than any we
have ever seen. Tbo drag Is lncx
pensive and may possibly bo of somo
help to those who Intend to aow wheat
or late cowpcas, etc.
How a Strilght-Edoe Doard and Spirit
Level Can Da Used.
A means of surveying for tho farmer
without Investment in any eipcnslvo
equipment has bocn offered by a cor
reipondenL This can be readily prac
ticed by any one, and requires only a
board with a straight odga and a spirit
level. Tbo way to go about It la this:
First determine the only two points,
the levels of which you desiro to dc-
tormlne,anddrivestakcs In tho ground
Then tako a board with an oven edgo
and tack It to a tree, It ono hnppcna to
bo available within the lino of tho two
stakes. Othorwlse drlvo a third stake
In tho ground between them. I'ut tho
board at auch a height that you chu
readily sight oier It, and carefully
lovcl this board by moans of tho spirit
level. Then sight oicr It toward one
of tho stakes, having somo ono at that
atako who will by moans of a small
pleco of paper locate tbe point at
which your line of vision cuts It In
other words, whero a lino projected
from your sighting board would strike
tho stake. Make somo aort of a mark
at this point, nnd then sight to tho oth
er stake In tho same way. nnd mark
tbo point wbcru tho lino would atrlko
It. Ily measuring distances that theso
two points aro above the ground you
can get tho difference In levels with
naaonablo accuracy, says tho Journal
of Agriculture. For Instance, If your
lino of vision has cut ono stake eight
feet from tho ground, and the other
one flvo feet from tho ground, then ob
viously tbo difference In lovul Is three
feet, or, In other words, the vicinity of
the stake on which tho mark Is five
feet from tho ground Is three feet
higher than the other stake, and you
will havo a thrco foot fall from drain'
lng from thla point to tbo other.
RAISING ONION 8ETS.
A Suggestion to Women Folks for
Making a Llttla Pin Monty.
An easy wny for a womin to make
a little money for herself la by raising
onion seta from aeed. To gut tho best
results tho seed should bo planted
late, using ground whero an early
crop, auch as peas or string beans,
has grows. Tho seedbed should bo
mado firm and solid, and tho seed
planted thickly In wldu rows, lightly
covered and pressed down with
All weeds should be kept out, says
tbo Farui and Home, hut no thinning
Is done, as tho object Is to crowd them
so that tha oulons will not grow too
large for sots. If tho earth seems to
cover tbe bulbs ontlroly It should be
swept away from them with a broom,
When sufficient growth has been
mado It Is usually lata enough In the
seaMJti so tbat tho top dlo duwu nut
urully, but If thuy do not they should
bo broken duwu by running u roller
over them. Soou aftor this thoy
should bo dug and dried carefully, out
doors li pousiuie, ttion stored In
cool, dry piaco mi spring. All gro
cers haudlo them and It Is not difficult
to find a market for all ono has to solL
DRAGS YOU DOWN.
Backache and Kidney Trouble Slowly
wear one out.
Mrs. It. CrousVs. Vnvello St.. Man
chester, la, says: "For two years myr
back was woaK ana
rheumatic Pains ran
through my back,
hips and limbs. I
could hardly Rot.
about and lost much,
sleep. Tho action of
tho kidneys was
much disordered. I
began using Doan's
Kldnnr Pills and tho
result was romarkablo. Tho kldnoy
salon 'beenmo normal, the backacno
ccns."d, and my health is now un
Hold by all dealers. CO cents a box.
Fostcr-MIIburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
NOT THE RIGHT MAN.
The Rejected--And will nothing
mako you chango your mind?
She M'yes, another man might
GIRL WA8 DELIRIOUS
With Fearful Eczema Fain, Heat,
and Tingling Were Excruciating
Cutlcura Acted Like Magic
"An eruption broko out on my
daughter's chest. I took hor to a
doctor, and bo pronounced It to bo
eczema of a very bad form. Ho treated
hor, but tho dlsoaso spread to hor back,
and then tho wholo of her head was
affected, and all her hair bad to bo cut
off. Tho pain sho suffered waa excru
ciating, and with tbat and tho boat
and tingling her Ilfo was almost un
bearable. Occasionally sho was deliri
ous and she did not havo a propcrhour's
sleep for many nights. Tho second
doctor wo tried afforded her Just as
little relief as tho first. Then I pur
chased Cutlcura Soap, Ointment, and
Pills, and beforo tho Ointment was
three-quarters finished oyery trace ot
tbo disease was gone. It really seemed
like magic. Mrs. T. W. Hyde, Brent
wood, Essex, England. Mar. 8, 1907."
Doctor (upon finding hi patient
weaker than beforo) What docs this
mean! Haven't you been following my
Patient (feebly) Yes, doctor.
Doctor Been eating animal food
right along, havo you?
Patient (grimly trying to smile)
Well, doctor, I tried to, but some
how It did not seem to agrco with
mo very well. ,1 managed to worry
down tbo hay and tho clover tops all
right; but tbo thistles kind of stuck
In my throat, and I had to glvo It up.
Might Have Been
When Shakespearo said: "Aye,
thcro's tho rub," wo do not know for
cortaln bo was thinking of tho Itch.
Hut ono thing wo do know and know
It twonty years' worth Hunt's Curo
will absolutely, Infallibly and Imme
diately euro any Itching troublo that
ever happened to tho human cuticle.
The Lest Thing on the List
When a man thinks his son' Isn't
likely to bo good for anything else, be
generally trlca to get him to study
Hicks' .Capudlne Cures Women.
rrlodlc palm, backache, nervoumtM
ami headache relieved Immediately and
aulita nature. Prescribed by physicians
with lest reaults. Trial bottle 10c. Kegular
alie 5u and COc at atl drug-gists.
The love ot money la the easiest ot
all roots to cultivate.
Mr. Wlnslaw's Soothlnr ftrap.
Forrhlldna tetUiInx, atlu lb sum, redu'f IB
DmttiUoB,-ai.jipIa,tur. wloacollu. -octbotu.
A woman saya that all men may be
equal, but none are superior.
The Old Standard GROVE'S
system. You know what you
is simply Quinine and Iron in a
The Allurements nf the Clt.a. ,
Mrs. Tcrklns and her daughter j
Mandy from tho country wcro la the i
city ono' day, and ns they walked
along togethor they camo to a win i
dow In which was displayed a variety
ot women's apparel. Mandy glanced
wistfully at tho different articles of
clothing and started Into tho storo.
Hut a sign In tho window which read:
"Clothing One-Half Off During This
Bale," caught Mrs. Perkins' eye. She
seized her daughter by tho arm, hur
ried h?r along down tho stroct, and
exclaimed In a loud volco: "W'y,
land's sake, Mandy, that ain't no do
cent place fer a girl to go!" Judgo's
We effff One llundmt Dollus He tnl for any
hum ot CiUrrh tti.l cannot tx cured by Hull
F. J. CIIF.SF.Y A CO.ToMo. O.
W. tha urulfTfhrnM, Intra known K. J. Ctitfiry
tor tnt Uit II ynri, and brUrre Mm t-rrtrrtly hon
cnlil. fci au butmrM traniiattlona ard nnaneuilf
abla to carry out any obnratloaa mailt by hu firm.
Wilsi.io, KiKNiw A Mum,
Wnolraala Drnrrliu. Toledo, O.
ttatl'a rturrh Oira la Ukrn Intrrnallr, artlnr
dlrrrtly upon tha blood and mucoiia vurUcra nf tha
rr.um. IntrraonlaK a.nt frt-a. I'rk 71 rrnta ft
boltir rVid by all UrunKU.
lake Hairs Famllr- l'UU lor eofwttpitloa.
Even to China Land.
Tbo equal-rights wave has reached
tho shores of China, and It Is reported
that a number ot wives In Canton
have left their husbands, saying that
tbey will no longer bo aubject to them.
The wives havo bad tbo worst of It,
however, as the law gives power to
Imprison them, and they havo bad to
suffer the consequences of their rash
"Many extensively advertised rem
edies aro failures when put to tho test.
Hunt's Lightning Oil Is an exception.
Confldonco In It Is never misplaced
disappointment never follows Its use.
It Is surely tho grandest emergency
remedy now obtainable. For cuts,
burns, sprains, aches and pains, I
know no equal."
GEORGE E. PADDOCK,
I know a man who cannot afford to
travel, and yet has a delightful way
of deceiving himself. Ho learns about
the cost of traveling, the proper cloth
ing to be worn, gets a tlmo table, and
arranges excursions for himself to
various places, and then reads about
them In books ot travel. To tho man
with Imagination It Is a captivating
occupation. Hearth and Home.
Of all troubles humanity Is subject
to nono perhaps causes more acute
distress and moro frantic efforts for
relief than many forms ot Itching skin
troubles. We will tell you a remedy
tbat rarely ever falls Hunt's Cure.
Ono box Is absolutely guaranteed to
curo any ono aaso of Itching trouble
no matter what tho name. If It
falls, your money la cheerfully re
funded. The Wretch!
"A philosopher, pa "
"Philosopher, Willie," answered
skimpy little Mr. Hennypeck, "la a
married man who does not wish he
wasn'L" Smart Set
Stop That Cough
It you havo a cough, cold, soro
throat or chest, don't delay a moment
curo It. Simmons' Cough Syrup Is
a euro remedy. It makes you well.
Occasionally a listener hears good
of himself after talking Into a phono
May tc nernutwnrty o eveome jy proper
teettfonal cifortf. viilhlhe a?j stance
t the ono Uuly Ijoncjicial Iwqtlvc
taoiit aaiiy ,o inai asoutaiwe iu
when ho longer needed astKcbestof
temciics,vv4tcT Yrouircd, areto assist
tiaturc and not to sup jJ ant the rtatuw.
M -junctions, which must depend ulfi
ta.tcy upon prober- nourishment,
proper ejfortauid, rifcht livm feentral(.
log! its. oenejtcio.1 effects, always
viy the genuine
A anufU,rl lytic
Fig Syrup Co. only
SOLO BY ALL LEADINC DRUCCISTS
ftfiueonV, regular price oOf rrBttlt
Malaria Makes Pale
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the
a a Ma A . 1 111 t 2a.
are taking. Tlie formula is plainly
tasteless, ana uie most cuectuat lorm.
r . 1 1 1 I 1.
lour ICmaio irouutu may uui ue uuuguruus, jiuu.-, uui n iii-gtwivu .i.um ou.
Other ladies, by neglecting their health, havo beconio chronic invalids, or even ended by finding on
operation necessary. So why not learn by fnetr experience, and take Cardui beforo your trouble be
I ' .1 1WVII.i A
iv tho feeling i haul
V no oettet At
and feel finc.wTry it
The Kind Thst Cures '
Thoae who know what Johnaon's Chill
nd Fever Tonic is aro safe. Thore who
remain In Ignorance face a great danger,
jolinton's Tonic will cure every can of
Jeter that scourge the South.
It will control tho fever and drive out
the nrmluclng caune. It enters the blood
In thirty minuten, and Ix-gins at once to
undo the mlwlnef done by malaria.
And you will find that. In one short
day. you am afc beyond the danger line,
Kotlring rfc can bring thia reiult. No
other medicine compares with this match
lc remedy. You can sleep safely in the
jungle, if fever was your only enemy. The
.lohnnon's Chill snd Fever Tonie Co.,
Hla Wish Fulfilled.
A Gorman peddler rapped timidly at
the kitchen entrance. Mrs. Kelly,
angry at being Interrupted In her
washing, flung open the door and
glowered at him.
"Did yez wish to sea me?" sho de
manded In threatening tones.
Tho peddler backed off a fow steps.
"Veil, If I did," ho assured her with
an apologetic grin, I got my vlsh;
thank you." Everybody's Magazine,
Instant Relief for All Eyes,
that are irritated from dust, heat, sun or
wind, pirrnrs eye salve, kc. au
druggists or Howard Ilros., Buffalo, X. Y.
At some period In a man's llfo he
(Irmly believes that all his friends
havo conspired to lnjuro him.
Frt Arhfra Allpna Pnnt.ym
OTtrXMHOtritlmonlali. It-fuvlmltiUont. ptodfol
in trial packace. A. 8. Olmtted. I Ilor, 24. T.
A successful man lsu't necessarily a
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AYetJefable Preparation for As -similating
tin fhe Stomachs and Bowels of
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Vijw tOU DrSAHl'EimarER
A nrfi Rpmprlv rnrConslioa
lion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP
Fac Simile Signature of
The Centaur Company.
Guaranteed under the Foodanj
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
don't forget to
and Whisker Habits
treated at tuima ttllbuut
pain. JWmkof (articular
printea on every uouic, suowms n.
For adults and children. 50c.
. . I. 1 9 ,
.safc 3a&: .JbWc'sivK6-'
Mr. W. IT. Ison, of Bultimorc, Md. eays: "I had Buffered for C years, from 'female
4n.,VL. T hail hnrl-nrhe iliimnpRg. nnd xueh naina in tho lowest Part of II1V bodr. Oh I
ww. - ...v, 1 ' I
... . i lr..
I inougnt i tt'tw going 10 ate. aiy
last I began to taKo It trio of O'tfrifm
tam . . a
in.- . i i rriic.n
I IVKR Eating. A pertet rem-
tsSsaV edy foe Dlitlneaa, Nan
PILL en, Drowalnraa, II a A
afMfBSH fd Tongue, l'nln In lh
m aA.t TOItriD LIVFJU
Tbey regulate the Dowela. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
CImmm ant b-.-rtir.rt Ik. hata
rromc4rt a lainru.l trowth.
W-T-r ralla to nntore Ora-r
ir-Jr ta ft. Yon tli fill Color.
Can. Malp di.u akalr hUtaf,
Kellogg's Halftones. $1.00 Up
HulUbUlor printing In newtpApr tr on t
tl unfix I'Dbllkberi of this paper will Uka roar
ordf rnd do th prlntlnsT.
JLN.K HUXKI N K WHPA l'by t CO. TJltU Hock.
atobacoca. libcratcomrnltflontDalJ. f nr r.rUca -rt
writ) Comumcrt Tobacco Cu Uan-llle, Va.
to tbs tros
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
tmi atrrraua Mapa-tT, an raaa arrf.
Alfalfa thrives best on a soil
well sutiDlied with POTASH, phos-
Gt. phoric acid and lime
i In preparing your land for alfalfa this fall
insure your crop against weeds and
winter-killing by applying, broadcast, ten days be
fore planting, 600 pounds of a-8-io fertilizer per
acre. Most fertilizers are weak in Potash. Make
them complete by adding Potash io3 or 25
lbs. Muriate of Potash to each 100 lbs of fertilizer.
Call on your dealer for TOTASH at once as next week
may be too late to get the goods delivered in time for use.
Potash Grows Alfalfa
Send for our bookt contatnlnr (acts ibout toil,
crops, manures and Itrulims. Mailed frta
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jou may Mitel TbU apr IU
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uoctor um uu hu mum, uui, i jut
now I do all my housework