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Pussies' the KiprM.
"There I a ltrnnge body in your
fgt,inicu," said the expert maniiufator
of t r.c A rays.
Yea," said the subject. "I have felt
it their lur a week or two."
i iiinnot tell, however," proceeded the
snet t.st. ' whetner it is our musing fal.a
t,n t i r Kiie f jour wnes bucuiU, -
i . i 11
" Bk asi
HlllfJAb il- Ml m1 i
JJaclcncho Is a fororunnor niul
cno of tho most euiiunuu
of kidney trouble mui
READ MISS BOLUnWS EXPERIENCE.
" borne titno ago 1 was In n very
condition, tuy work made tuu
ii rvousand my unclenched frightfully
i.: I the time, end I had torrlbla
" Mv niothrr not a botiln of Lydlil
K. IMnklutm'H Vegetable Compound
for me, and it accmed to
btrcngthcu ray back and help mo nt
(T).v, and I did not get no tired us
. i n I continual to take it, and it
brought health and strength to uic,
nnd 1 want to thank yon for tho
It ban dona me."- Miss ICatb
U'lLMAif, H2nd HU A. Wales Ave,
tvV York Vliy. SSOOOfsrfelt lcljtnaltf
Kydbv II. IMnklmin'.s Vegetublo
Compound cures beiuiiino It J.h
tlio greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles.
Hvery woman who Is puzzled
alMMitber condition should write
to Mr. I'lnklmui at Lynn, 3Ias.,
and tell her nlL
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boar Signature of
See Wrapper Below.
Terr Ball aad as easy
to talui as saffwr.
CARTER'S FOR DIZZINESS.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
Wpols. FOR C0NSTIFAT10N.
FOR SAUOVV SKIM.
FOR TMC COMPLEXION
, , . oomiimi wiiuMtwmmi. .
H 'S'tg1 J Purely Vttbl.&V'?&
CURE 8ICK HEADACHE.
Via Dubuque, Waterloo and Albert Lea.
Fast Vcitibule Night train with through
Sleeping Car, Library Car and Free
Itedlnitig Chair Car. Dining Car Service
en route. Tickets of agents of 1. C. K. K.
and connecting lines.
A. II. HANSON, O. P. A., CHICAGO.
Fwl HAZARD I
I'tHHfl; flroicTi'XKMaAYTMrr had ho
ntlillllictlllllllll KILLTn AT
I HO IJMUT A MKT.SrS A TIIKT
iiiatk hiioraiiT irwwiiiiii
1. K M H HiiEK U)Alrj A HI-I
KKCTED OM rjDHJIIU."
i:i.uk WMfftfiii nsf fAiis.
I licet Couun Brrup. T aats Good. Dw IT
in iimn. roia
WATER HEATING DEVICE.
U'hcrr Hot Water la Wnntrit In Hie
llnrn, This Clesrr I.lttlc .Sclirme
Works Very Well.
The subjoined diagram illustrates
how cnsll water cun he wanned in a
small woj, where both house and harn
are furnished with running water one!
moderate plumbing arrangements.
The pipe marked e f, running through
the house cellar, furnisher, water to
the house and barn. By means of
two ahort pipes, c d, the pipe from the
" " "
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vl ' 11 , y
" ' ' 'i' i ;' . "; ' ' .' .' i ', JT ''' ' '
HHATINO WATKIl IN THIS 1IAHN.
hot satT boiler in tlie houae is connected
with the pipe, e f, which as before
stated aupptles the barn with
Then all that is necesi ary to fill the
harn tub with wiirm water is- to open
the valve h, and (hut take a, thus let
tins; the warm water from tho house
holler Into the pipe which rocs to the
bt.rn and ohutting off the flow of cold.
Tula clever little rchme tiaa worked
successfully on an up-to-date furm in
Amherst, Mai., and has furnished
warm water to four cows and two or
three hones for several winter. The
only objection is thut the good housewife
sometimes objects to having her
supply of hot water exhausted two or
three timer a day. Orange Judd Farmer.
TWISTED STOMACH WORM.
rarlle Tlml Is Cnutluir Caslor-
able Troulilr Aiikiiik Lanilii at
Ihr I'rnrnt Time.
A pre. bulletin just istued by I). A.
V. Bitting, of the Purdue unhcrsity
rxperluient station, ti) s that the past
wet season has been very fatorublc to
the development of animal parasite
and the effect are now being realised
in the very great Iokk of lumbs due to
twisted stomach worms. The symptom
arc .dullness, loss of appetite, in-creased
thirst; diarrhoea may or may
not be present; koiuc show an accumulation
of fluid between the jaws;
grinding of teeth; stlJTnoi of back
and hind part; lagging behind the
Hock. In acute cascr there mny Le evidences
of pain, ok colic, eating unusual
material and much bloating. Some
die suddenly without allowing much
evidence of disease, but most linger a
week or two. Old uheep are not much
uffectcd. The worm inch
long nnd is found in the
fourth stomach. If n lamb be killed
and the stomach be opened nt once,
these worms will he found of a
color, but if the land) dies and the
stomach be not opened for a couple
of hours, the worms will be white nnd
matttd together, resembling fibers of
The treatment Is as follows: Take
ane part of conl tar creosote and 100
parts of water and mix well. With a
two-ounce hard rubber sjringc having
n short bit of rubber tubing on the
and, administer one syringef ul to each
lamb. Use care not to hold the head
too high or to force the dose too rapidly,
so as to cause strangulating.
With such an arrangement a whole
ilock may be easily treated. One to
three treatments given a few dnys
apart may be necessary. It is also a
good policy, to turn the Inmhs off the
regular pasture into the corn field.
They will do little damage to the corn,
and lu eating the lower blndcs and
grass get food free from nil contamination.
Yarding nnd giving dry feed
may also be resorted to. The main object
is to get the sheep oil" the infected
I'cedlnic Cnrrota and Turnlpa.
Carrots in reasonable amounts nre
excellent feed for milk cows and
linvo no tendency whatever to dry
them off. Troen cnbbage lenves ore
not lit food for cows or any other
nnimaU, but they will have no tendency
to produce blindness. A great,
many people feed turnips and think
them excellent tor cows. They hnv
n tendency to tnint the milk, en-
pcciully if fed just before or just nt
milking time. If fed immediately
nfter milking time this tendency is
reduced to a minimum. Tho fresh
tops of turnip nnd beets hmko n very
good reliRh for co'.vs, but nfford very
little nutriment. They Khoukl bo fed
sparingly and after cows have
appeased their appetites and
not Just before milking.
Keep All the Gooil liens,
If one has noticed n particular hen
during the senson thntseenid to excel
U o others In laying, one should not sell
her because bhe is molting or has
stoppped workfornwhile, hutkeepher
for another year. One mny not be nble
to breed as good pullets from her as she
is herself, but leaving the value of her
offspring out altogether, it Is always
safe to retain a hen that has shown herself
profitable. Hens often last fouror
five yenr, and It is- time to dispose of
n good hell only whn she is beginniug
THE NEGLECTED 1100.
Manx Otherwise lliiinnne Fnrmcra
Visit the Humble Porker vllb.
Perhaps in the whole range of fann
life no better or worse example of
"let well enough alone" can he fouud
than in the case of tho poor, neglected
pig. As we all know, this animal will
Ihe, und to a certain extent, thrite under
the most adverse conditions.
There are always a multitude of
things to be looked after on a farm;
somo of them must be looked after
thoroughly or they will be complete
losses; others can be somewhnt neglected
and still counted on yielding
a fair return. The hog, of ail fann
animals, of all farm work, is the moat
accommodating, the most patient of
neglect, hence the hog is the most neglected.
He may be put in a pen scaice
large enough for him to turn about
in, be made to plow his woy in half
his depth of mud nnd filth, be without
shelter from the rain and without
struw for bedding, and yet he will
grow and add his full share to the
fann products. As a pig clean, keen
and healthy he is put into his narrow
quarters, perhaps into four or five
Inches of oozy mud as left by his predecessor,
and from that on to the tlma
when he, too, is ready for the pork
barrel there is but one thought regarding
him- to feed him to his fullest
capacity. The farmer is not eo
much to blame as might appear at
first thought. He is very busy, the pig
Is very accommodating, the results in
any case fairly sure. True, a few
hours work would mean a good pen,
with sufllcient shelter, nnd clean
ground und straw for bedding; but
there nre fields to be made ready,
seeds to be planted, crops to be looked
after, all impatient of delay, so, as the
pig grows and grunts on contentedly,
he is parsed over and the other things
attended to. Now his pork mny look
all right, and 6eII for just as much as
though he had been exposed to the influence
of pure air and sunlight instead
of being shut away from it by a
perpetual incrustation of mud nnd
filth; but enlightened customers nre
likely to have peculiar views of their
own on the subject. Frank Sweet, in
THE GIANT SPURRY.
A Plant That Is Ksw lleinir (Siren a
Trial on Sandy Soils at
We illustrate ginnt spurry, a plant
Unit is being tried on some of our
sandy soils. It is a low-growing an-
THE GIANT SPURRY.
mini, forming a tangled mass. Under
fulr conditions it makes a good growth
on sandy land, hut Is otherwise of little
value. Its place. in the agricultural
system of the country is et to
be determined. Farmers' lleview.
Hatlon fur a Draft llnrse.
According to" the best authorities,
tho draft horse should have two
pounds of foot! daily for each 100
pounds of live weight. A
draft animal should bo fed 32 pounds
of food, of which at least 10 to 18 I
pounds should be gralu, the grain
component depending on the severity
of the labor performed. For light
work, onts, with n little corn, nre excellent;
with un increase of woric
the amount of corn should increase,
as this carbonaceous food supplies
heat nnd force. Of late years cracked
grain and hay run through n feed
cutter 1h n favorite feed. This can
be mixed nnd fed in the grain box. It
is nlno the opinion of tho best farmers
that tho noon meal should bo
comparatively light. Whore horses
nre Buhjectcd to very Kcvere labor,
the grain should bo ground nnd tUe
Mnlte t'se of Corn Cons,.
Ihirn them to charcoal in n pit nnd
feed them to the pigs. Urenk the
charred cobs into uihall pieces, udd
nnd common salt, nnd
you have one of the best regulaUira
for your hog that cnu be Invented
To eight bushels of the charcoal add
IVi bushels of wood ashes and eight
pounds of nlt. Mix well nnd sprinkle
with n pound of copperas dissolved
in n pail of hot water. Place
in n box where the pigs can get free
access to it, nnd you will be surprised
nt the appetite they seem to
have for it. It will do them good,
too. Mldlnnd Farmer.
Krcil for 'Working llirrs.
H is qulto essential to benr in mind
tho fact thnt n horso differs very
initeh from n cow or uteer in its
capacity when planning the feed
A horso needs n condensed ration; a
cow or ox can handle one considerably
more bulky. This is duo to th3
fuct that tho horse has one stomach
to hnndlo nil its feed while the ox
has three stomachs that assist in pro-paring
tho food before it reaches th
fourth or true stomach. A horse nt
heavy work is adapted to u good,
heavy, grain lution, with hay. KpiU
Michael Antrela) Dlaoharsed,
On of the itorics told by the genial and
delightful Eugene Field was about the proprietor
of a western theater, whose knowledge
of art and literature was extremely
hunted. Inspecting the improvements at
the beginning of a season, his attention waa
attracted by a new drop curtain.
Summoning the stage manager, he inquired
"What's that picture, anyhow!"
"Tnat." replied the singe manager, "is a
scene after Michael Angclo."
"Well, Mik a no good," growled the proprietor.
"Uivo him his salary and let him
go." Philadelphia Ledger.
What's the secret of happy, vigorous
health? Simply keeping the bowels, the
stomach, the liver and kidneys strong and
active. Burdock Blood Bitters does it.
Dick "I say, Harry, can you change a
five dollar bill for me?" Harry "I guess
o" (producing the notes): "yes, here you
are." Dick "Thanks, old chappie; when
I get a bill I will hand it to you.
So long." Boston Transcript.
"Little Colds" neglected thousands of
live sacrificed every year. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup cures little cords-cures
big colds, too, down to the very verge
Where It Orlcrlnnleil.
Bobbins I didn't think you had any idea
of marrying the widow
didn't; it was an idea of
hers. smart Set.
Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consumption
has an eiiual for coughs and colds. J.
F. ik)er, Tnnit Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1000.
Hoc trouble with the pursuit of happiness
i; that other people do get in the vay.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes produce the brightest
and fastest colors.
Suue people seem to think that industry
counts of telling other people what to do.
It doesn't take much gold-leaf to corer
tho pupil of the eye Barn's Horn
Fortune can take away riches but not
TMC CCMTAUn OOHMU.V. VT
MMIlMMtMtl S SM
20 MILLION BOTTLES
GOLD EVEHV YEAR.
mam MARK, TRADE
Happiness Is the absence of pstn, snd millions
nave been made happy through belne
cured by St Jacobs Oil of RHEUMATISM.
NEURALGIA. TOOTHACHE. HEADACHE.
LAMEUESS. SCALDS. DURNS.
SPRAINS. BRUISES and all pains (or which
an external remedy can b applied. It never
(ails to cure. Thousands who have
Incurable at baths and In hospitals have
i thrown away their crutches, be'te cured after
uslne St. Jacobs Oil. Directions In eleven
Untuaeea accompany every bottle.
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SI ,000,000 Preferred Stock.
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Oalr Preferred Slock offered for sale. , .
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and bowels lose
such a time a
priceless value because
these organs For
than Prickly Ash
and blood purifier.
in the system isduetoits
of superior merit. It is a
the stomach. It purifies
impurities in the blood, liver
organism is improved, and
body and brain, renewed
heartburn, bad breath,
order it is invaluable.
years of successful battling with
THE NEED OF A
The digestive organs, the liver, the kidneys
their effectiveness at times and need help. At stimulating,
cleansing and regulating medicine is of
serious diseases spring from neglected disorders in
this purpose there is o better medicine on earth
Bitters, the great' regulating system tonic, bowel
The uniform success of this remedy in correcting disturbance
four-fold cleansing and strengthening effect. It is a kidney remedy
successful liver medicine. It tones up the digestive process in
and regulates the bowels. By removing obstructions and
and bowels and strengthening the digestion, the whole internal
the weak, despondent victim feels at once a brightening up in
energy, snap, vim and activity.
As a household remedy to relieve indigestion, sour stomach,
belching, flatulence, constipation and for keeping the system in
SOLD AT DRUG STORES. PRICE Sl.OQ.
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