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, ant which Rrow. any
rf"1 sc" ..,iimlP.na bear
Tn K of luscious berries an
,a" plants vr grown (ram
j it laVca only wiri"nimi".
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where, that every
E THING AT A TIMC.
I(,;ar j.fa mat mo i
dill bi-J Cher womonT"
midieht Try Hicks' Cspudlns.
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HOQ-KILLINQ ON THE FARM.
Hew One Farmer Manage This ln
mil I W liHUTH. bMimnwi
( tisd can oevcr execute anything
Hlft 1 H H
nnr,i nr wr ...i.
ier irum rcmn n 111c
causo1 a weakness
and broken down
condition of tho
ajntctn. I rend so
K. llnkliam'i Voir,
luul done for other
sulTerlnff women I
felt sum It would
help me, and I must
say It did lie In mo
pains all left nn 1
ttronirpr anil t. if I.I n . .V
1 . '.i ""mil tuii-a uiuuuu
want tills letter made public to
tie bcyflt women may dcrlro
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bccond 8L, iorlh. illnneanolln.
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..ji r "'i'"uau, wincu is maiia
'cij iiuin rnmi nn.i h.i..
-""uu euiicr irom tim.n
"Jf.f'tnt of theso facU or doubt
vn n tT-fi nt i.
brVn i.i I .- years mio
"en lielpUiff sick women In
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Tho (lm la here when farmers kill
tno Iiors to mnko the pork for their
own family use; and ulthotiRh most
farmers nre butchers, nnd each has Mi
own wny of dolns; tltlnes which ho ton
Bident Rood enoush, they may llko to
hear how n brother farmer does hit
butchering;, nnd his rensoni for his
methods, Homo people do not feed
their hogs tho evenlnu beforo kllllnB,
tninklnft tlie feed Is wasted, nnd that
the entrails arotnoro likely to got rup-
tureii wnen (wi full. I feed our hoi
tho nlRht beforo kllllntr. They aro hun
ry ns usual, eipcct tho feed, enjoy It
and It seems cruel not to kIto tlivm
their last supper. There Is not much
wnsto If tho entrails nro emptied
whero tho ehltkena enn feet at them.
Somo men knock their hogs down
with a club beforo sticking, others
think II mora humane to shoot them
with a rlflo beforo they aro stuck. I
liaro somo doubts whether1 hoRS will
bleed out completely when knocked on
tho head or shot beforo stlcklnR, con
tlhues this Pennsylvania writer In the
"Country Gentleman. Others throw n
box 6rer tho Iior, then tip tho bos
over with tho ho n It lylnc on hit
back, his legs up. Wo catch our Iiors
In tho pen, put n rone around one
bind lep and rirlrn them to tho place
of slaughter. I put tho ropo on tho log
because, ns 1 havo fed them and
cleaned tho pen, they are not suspt
clous ot mo as they aro ot strnngors,
and I can ropo them quicker than a
stranger, from whom they nro sure
When arrived at the sticking Kround
tho hog Is thrown down nnd rolled
square on his back; Iho knlfo Is Insert
ed Juat forward of the breast bone
and cloao to It, then thrust back In tho
direction o( the tall. Thli Is sure to
sever the big arteries In tho neck and
osuro a "Rood stick," winch csuses
the hog to bleed out moro quickly and
morouglily, and the pork will keen
bettor. In slicking a bog lying on his
sldo. the sticker Is qulto likely to
tbr.ust tho knlfo under the shoulder
blsdo and causa thu blood to settle
there, to the Injury of one shoulder. A
bog will bleed out cleaner If tho head
Is kept on lower Kround than the tall
In the Kreat slaughter houses In Chi
csro, tho hogs aro never stuck until
after bolng hung up by ono hind leg
on an Iron rod overhead. After being
stuck, thoy go slowly sliding down the
rod to the place where thoy aro low.
ered into tho scalding tank.
Farmers' hog killing Is not generally
aono until com weather comes, and
sometimes not after Christmas, nnd
In this locality Is mostly dono out ot
door. It frequently happens that the
day appointed It cold nnd windy, and
sometimes snowing, but tho nrennra
lions being all made, nnd tho help on
hand, tho farmer resolves to go through
wim it. He does so. and sometime
cstches a horrlblo cold, as I havo dono
rno'o than onco on butchering dsy.
era of the opinion that on every farm
where several hogs aro to bo killed ov.
ery year, there should bo a cheap
house built on purpose for butchering
and boiling potatoes and pumpkins for
hugs, and It could also bo used as a
washhouse for washing clothes. It
ihould stand ns nesr the water sunnly
as possible, as a largo quantity ot wa
ter is necessary In butchering.
My father built such a house. In
which our hogs wero scalded, dressed.
nung up and gutted without dlscom
ion even on a von- cold dar. At one
end thero was a chimney, with a large
nrcpiaco and crane, on which two big
Kettles wero hung for besting water.
Onn end or a big scalding barrel was
put down through a hole In tho floor
placed At an angle ot about 45 de
grees to make It easier to put tho bogs
In, surge them, and pull thorn out.
for largo, heavy hogs thero was a
ropo and pulley blocks attached to a
rafter overhead by means of which
they wero easily bandied and the nul
leys wore also used to hang tho hogs
up. Small bogs wero quicker handled
without Iho uso of tho pulleys. Tho
hog were bung up to Joists ovorhoad,
wnero they wero rinsed down, scraped
Tho most Important thing about
butchering (as every fsrmor knows)
Is to get n good scald, so that tho halt
can be easily and quickly removed by
tno scrapors. It Is better to havo tho
water too cold than too hot. for tho
"cold acald" can bo remedied by nn
application of hotter water; but n
scald with the water too hot "sets"
the hair so that tho skin, being cooked.
win scrapo on with the hair, making
It necessary to shavo off tho lmlr with
a sharp knife, doing a poor Job nud
requiring much time. Somo butchers
thluk they can toll tho proper temper
ature of tho water by putting their
hands In It, which Is rather doubtful.
Tho exact toroperature can bo secured
livery tlmo by tho uso ot a thormom
eter. For largo 300-pound hogs 170
degree Is about right. For small bogs
and pigs tho wntor should not bo
sbovo 150 or ICO degrees, and then
they should not be kept Jn the bath
Hogs should bo left hanging until
cold buforo being taken down to cut
up and salt.
OFTEN THE CASE.
Women Struggle Hopeleialy Along,
Suffering Backache, Dlriy Spells,
Women havo so much to go through
In llfo that It's a pity thero Is so much
suffering from back
acbo and other com
mon curablo kidney
Ills, If you suffer so,
profit by tills wom
an's example; Mrs.
Martin Douglass, 52
Cedar 8U, Kingston,
N. Y., say: "I hnd
lame, nrhlne hiteV.
f dtxxy srolls. head
aches, nnd n feeling of languor. Part
of tho tlmo I could not attend to my
work and Irregularity of tho kidney
ecrotlons was annoying. Donn's Kid
ney Pills brought mo prompt relief."
Sold by all dealers. COc a box. Fos-tor-MIlburn
Co., Buffalo, N, Y.
Mr. Dude I was thinking how much
I rcsemblo your carpet always at
four feet, you know.
Miss 81y Yes, very much llko my
carpet. I'm going to shake It soon.
SKIN ERUPTION CURED.,
Kvcry farmer who goos at dairying
Ight aoon becomes prosperous, and In
svury region whero dairying becomes
ixtenslve farms Inoreasu In valuo and
til tno people havo plenty. There Is
wmo work about It. to be sure, vet
'.here Is somo pay, too.
The Cow In Winter.
Thu cow has every chnnco to do
Her best In winter when she Is not
bothered with fighting flics. At this
leasou thero Is moro tlmo lo glvo her
regular attention, and make the bui
Was So Sore, Irritating and Painful
That Little Sufferer Could Not Sleep
Cutleura's Efficaey Clearly Proven.
"When about two and a half years
old my daughter broko out on her hips
and tho upper parts of her legs with a
very Irritating nnd painful eruption. It
began In October; tho first I noticed
was a little red surface and a constant
desire on her part to scratch her limbs.
She could not sleep and tho eruptions
got soro, and yellow water camo out
ot thorn. I bad two doctors treat her.
but sho grew worso under their treat
ment. Then I bought tho Cutlcura
Remedies and only used them two
weeks when sho was entirely welL
This was In February. She baa never
had another rough placo on her skin,
and abo la now fourteen years old.
Mrs. It. IL Whltakcr, Winchester,
Tcnn., 8opL 22, 190S."
rtttur lira 1 a, Ctem. Corp, Sola Flop, Ikxtoa.
Anger 8hrlnka Vitality.
lr. Maurlco do Floury, a distin
guished Frenchman, advances the the
ory that every tlmo ono becomes an
gry bis vitality shrinks. After oven
tho roost artfully suppressed signs ot
bad temper tbo vitality becomes small
or and smaller, until finally nothing Is
left. Anger Is a certain kind of co
rebral excitement, explains Dr. do
Floury, Tbo hypersthenic subject Is
always on Its verge, wbllo tho neuras
thenic bocomes Infuriated only by a
sudden bound ot reaction excited from
without Dut at that moment when
tboy aro let looso tho two aro alike,
savo that tho strong man Is a blinder
brute, while tho weak man Is some
what of an actor and seems to aim at
Professor Munyon has Just Issued a
most beautiful, useful and complcto Al
manac; It contains not only all thcsclcn-
llflc Information concerning tho moon's
phases. In all tbo latitudes, but has Il
lustrated articles on how to read char
acter by phrenology, palmistry and
birth month. It also tells nil about
card reading, birth stones and their
meaning, and gives tho Interpretation
ot dreams. It teaches beauty culture,
manicuring, gives weights and meas
ures, end antidotes for poison. In fact,
It Is a Magaxlno Almanac, that not
only gives valuablo Information, but
will afford much amusement for ovcry
member ot tho family, especially for
parties and evening entertainments.
Farmers and peoplo In tbo rural dis
tricts will And this Almanac almost
It will bo sent to anyone absolutely
freo on application to Uio MUNYON
UKMEDY COMPANY, PIHLADEIv-PHIA.
Tho Morning After.
The severe parent glared angrily at
the prodigal son.
"Noon," ho observed, Icily, "Is an ab
surd hour for breakfast,"
It Is rather early," chirped the
prodigal son, putting down hi flttb
glass of Ico water.
Bronx's DISTKMPKIt CUnn will
cura any pooible rate of IUbTOII'Klt.
l'LKK hlK. and the like nmonu hones
of all agra, and prevents all others in the
same atable from havine the din-use. Ainu
cures chicken cholera, and dog distemper.
Any cowl urucgiai ran aumuy you, or acnu
to mfra. SO cents and J 1.00 n bottle. An-nt
wanted. Frve book, tjohn Medical Co.,
tiucc. Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
Foreign titles come high and a
good many American heiresses have
discovered that tboy woro not wortb
It f'n ... It-lill. Villi W.lb
Allen'sFuot-ILfth. fureurnitn) tin ni.m k LiL wu i
mIUiim ukiiitf Inu Ot all JjiukxIMs.
And the pretty girl usually has plain
Uncertainty In Pittsburg.
It was Christmas cro in Pittsburg.
Tbo snow sparkled In tho tin roof.
Far awny could bo seen the rubicund
glow of the coko ovens.
All was quiet In the homo of tho
Suddenly a low tap resounded on the
"Hark, acorgei" said tho official's
Iwlfe. "Did you hear thatT It may bo
"It may be Santa Claus," said the
official, Rloomlly, "but I'll bet $4 It's
a deputy sheriff!"
And be aroso and put on bis shoes.
$100 Reward, $!00.
TM mdrrs of thu (aprr will b pleurt to tn
tfiil ttun to 11 irui ods drrMfd dkrw tut mm
tiu twn tb to run la sli its ituit, and thsl
Uttrrk. Hill's Csurrh Curt M u onli pectus
eurs bow known to lbs tnrtlirtl rrumttr. Csurm
brtns roiutitutional lilsnua. rrqulrrs a eoosutit
tlossl trr.tm.ot. lull's Catarrh cure Is Is km In
Wnullr. srtuur dlrrrtlr upon lr blood and tnorous
surtan- ol tlx inum, urtor Cntrorlaa 11
lound.tlon ot th dMra. and trtn tin patient
stntwta tr buDdine up tl conatttutkm and awwv
bc Bstura In dotnt Its work. Tlx proprvtors bits
so murh filth in Its rurstlv powrra that Ihry off.r
Una llundml Dollars for an? raao tbat It Ia to
curt. rd tor Ittt of totunnnlau
AMtfr 1. C1IKNKVACO.. Toledo, O.
rvnd tir all Ururrwu. tte.
TUs llaa s t'amur m (or corutlpaUoo.
The Inercaied tiso of "Torls" for
rheumatism Is causing considerable
discussion among tho medical frater
nity. It Is an almost Infalltblo euro
when mixed with certain other Ingre
dients nnd taken properly. The fob
lowing formula Is effective: "To one
half pint of good whiskey add one
ounce of Torls Compound nnd one
ounce of Syrup Sarsaparllla Compound.
Take In tablespoonful doses beforo
each meal nnd beforo retiring."
Torls compound Is a product of tho
laboratories of the Qlobo Pharma
ceutical Co, Chicago, but It as well as
tho other InRredlents can bo bad from
any good drugglsL
Jack's Faux Pa.
Maud I noticed that you bad Jack
Clubberly to church with you Sun
day. Dell Yes, and tho poor heathen Is
so unused to going that he wanted the
usher to check his hat and coat.
He J, Weak. Weary, Watery Hyes
tlelleved by Murine Kye Remedy. Com
pounded by Kxiwrlenced Physicians. Con
forms to l'uro Food and Drug Laws. Mu
rine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Kye Pain.
Try Murine In Your Eyes. At Druggists.
Man gives every reason for bis con
duct save one; every excuse tor bis
crime save one; every plea for his
safety save one, and that Is cowardice.
.i ZZZSWKt sjRCl
A new llnllowo'cn game, In which a
peach I uncd Instead of an apple.
Wouldn't Take Him Seriously.
He Dut I need you In order to be
She I couldn't think; of marrying a
PosHllrely CHreJ hj
these Little rills.
They klan relieve !!
treanfrom Dyapepwla, Id
Eatlnf. A perfect renv
edy for Dlirlness, Nan
sea, Drowsiness, Bad
Taate In the Moo to, Coat
ed ToBine, Fain In tlx
Hide, TORPID LIVXH.
They regulate the Bowels. Fnrely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Genuine Must Bear
1'II.r.H Cl'llKD IN 0 TO 14 DATS.
VklXi OINTMENT It rnaranteed to care anr raM
ut luhlBf. lUlBd, nieminsor rrocrndtBS riles to
( lo 14 dajs or nuiO.f rtfnsdrd. Mo.
Anns and laws do not flourish t
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
ting the S lomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rcst.Contains neither
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral
Not Nat c otic
' ' a I.
A perfect Remedy forConslifxv
lion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP
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Guaranteed under the Fooda
Exact Copy of Wrsppet,
TWf CtHTAUl OIMHT, tW fMl OITTe
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Months from Seed. Seed 20 Cts. Per Pkt., 3 Pkts. for 50 Cts., Postpaid
I AM THE SOLE INTRODUCER AND GENUINE SEED
CAN BE HAD NOWHERE ELSE.
FOR 20 CTS. (SHrer or Stamp.) I will send t pit. Womlerberrr
seed, (J pitta, for J cts.) and m; UUKAT CATALOQUK which telle aft
about It and uiy 1I1U C.Hll I'lilitH to agents,
Fruit blur-black like an enormous rich blueberry In looks and
taste. Unsurpaued for eatlug ruw, cooked, canned or preaerred
In any form. The createat earden fruit ever Introduced and
equally valuable la hot. dry, colj or wet ollmates. Easteat plant In
the world to umw. auc-ceedlnir anrwhera and vleldlnff irreat maaaea
of rich fruit all Bummer and fall and all winter In pota- (Aaa pot
llant It Is both ornamental nud naerul). The createat boon to the
ainllynrden erer known. Brerjbody can and will stow lu
I.ulhrr Ilnrbank. of California, the world famous brbrldlirr.
orlclnatrd thla new frnlt and turned It orer to me to lutroJuce. lie
aara ot ill "Tuts absolutely new berry plant la of Teat Interest
and value as It bears the moat delicious, wholesome and healthful
berries lu utmost prolusion aud alwars comes true from seed."
MY GREAT CATALOGUE of Flowers and Vegetable
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apply. 140 psgas, 600 Illustrations and colored platst. I hao been
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country. Complsts satlifactlon guarantsed to' everyone. Do not
fall to ss the many crsst Novsltles I am ofTsrlng; this yaarof which
the WONDERBEHHV Is tha grssteit ever known.
Address JOHN LEWIS CHILDS, Floral Park, N. Y.
P. S. This Offor Will not ODDOnr aKaln. Write for Wondrrberry seed, and Catalogue at once. Do not neglect or delay. You
ran bo the Orst to irrow It In your town and make blir inouer aelliuj both berrlea and wed. I raised &M quarts from a few planta.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Csloe store oootft briehlsr and hilar colon than aai ether lie.
aai tarsiaaf eluiout ripela suit Wnt let tree sesalet-riow U) Die. Bleach and alu Cslera.
One 10c nactiee cols r all (ban. Ther die In cold water better tian sai olktr dra. You cin dye
MUHKUt. UliUU BO., Qulnoy, llllnol:
A Cruel Innuendo.
"Pop, are the man-hunting tribe ex
tinct?" "Yes, my ton, until next leap year."
For Cold and Orlpp Capudlne.
The beat remedy for Orlpp and Colds la
Hicks' Cupudlne, Ilellevea the achlnr and
feverlshtiess. Cures the jold-lleadacliea
also. It's Uautd Kffects Immediately 1U,
S and COc at Drue Utorcs.
Sliver Is of lets value than gold;
gold, than virtue. Horace.
UV Pfi T.n:r..i''',1,'"roalc " Tbo time
n i -ru i onique ,Blt Drnm buiwr, siiimi
strenath and vitality to tbe worn out Mua-uUr and
Nervous tr.tem. K.peclally valuablo In Hbeuua
Usui and Malaria. Uuaranleed under tbe Pure rood
and lni(t Act. Trial tulUe Twenty-ova Cents. fUoi.
pies free. Tutl'o.MijulOoiirai.r.UulUod, Vu
' A. N. K. F
Now Book on
FREE TO ALL
M pa, cloth boood msdlcaJ book
a eotuampuoa. Tslls la plala,
.Impla laseuax bow coa.uBaptloa
ess be cureala yoorena bunk.
t rlU toUy. Tlx llook U aUa
ttfa W.ue him, qii.ia, Bi
IIDflDCV XKW DISCOVEKYi dvse
MJmHJmj m qolckrellef aodcumtworstraeee.
BLHkof tMatltuonlsli and 10 day ' treatment lHKak
IU iL U. UUBHHH BO Ml. lloa K, ATUSSITa. tia.
ooouso ot ttiouo ugly, grlxzly, gray nalra. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. a price, SI.OO, retail.