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Study your horse.
Salt is essential for cows.
Give young pigs comfortable quar
ters. One breed is always better than a
It Is not always the largest ben
that is the best layer.
If not moldy sorghum Is an excellent
root forage for all stock.
In order to have good-sized sheep
grow them rapidly while young.
Poorly fed sheep will not produce
very good wool, nor good mutton.
Equal parts of orn and oats are
hard to excel as a grain feed for
During an extra cold spell of weath
er, add a little corn to the sow's grain
Do not attempt to winter more
sheep than can be done without
By the right kind of selection even
the commonest dairy herd can be
Growing pigs should not be crowd
ed into close, filthy quarters, exposed
to vermin and disease.
The driver more than the horse is
always more to blame for the animal's
being vicious if he ever is.
Leave a horse untied when hooked
to a' vehicle and he will be likely to
be gone when you "return for him.
You will appreciate the difference
Itetween low-headed and high-headed
trees when you are picking the crop.
Decaying vegetables In storage un
der the living rooms in the cellar are
apt to promote ill health in the house
hold. Keep both eyes open when near the
gentle bull just the same as If he
were ugly; or he may take you un
awares. The best dairy cow Is the one that
will convert the forage raised on the
farm into the greatest Nimount of
A dairy thermometer comes Into
Kood play any time of year, but is
especially valuable to have around for
The supply of vegetable matter 1b
most easily maintained In the soil by
the growing of green crops and by the
application of manure.
Change In the conditions of dairy
ing Is driving many men out of the
work because they would rather quit
thun Improve their methods.
Horse breeding requires more cap
ital. Is more profitable If successful,
and Involves larger losses If not, than
any other kind of etock breeding.
Moles In a garden prove an Intoler
able nuisance. Wbllo they may be
trapped, the only sure way Is to In
ject blsulphate of carbon Into their
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dar For Cur Readers.
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ing that any render of this panel
.m H cure u valuable, pocket di
nr.v for JUl!) Iiy sending four 1-
Btop jour baa linatli with Dr. Miles
Lji native TublulM.
By the Sun.
SCEINCE SOON TO DISPEL DISEASE.
Tho radlcnt cnorgy falling on the deck
of a steamer crossing tlio ocean Is suf
ficient, If It could bo utilized, to propel
the ship with greater speed than Is now
obtalnod from coal. Only one-third of
tho radiation Is cut off by tho air.
Light has a chemical energy so Intense
as to destroy mlcro-organlc life. This
energy In Its different manifestations Is a
power In continuing llfo and curing dis
ease, Tho X-ray which Is really concen
trated sun light, when applied to some of
the less fatal chronic ailments ot germ
origin has proven very clTcctlvo as a
curallvo ageut. This Is tlio oxperlcncoof
tho sklUnf xrwclallsta nt Dr. Pierco's In-
"Hands' ilotol and Surgical Institute In
Mujlalo. Although um institution was
founded many years ago by Dr. K. V.
Pierce as a genuine homo not a ImspUal
for thoso allllcW with chronic disease
yet It has kept abreast of the times and
Its trained spoclillsts havo become Med
ical authorities in their various lines.
Tho vlolct-ry treatment, another In
teresting proceeding, id produced br con
centrating tho light, rich In tho violet or
chemical rays from an arc light with a
specially prepared carbon, upon any por
tion of the body that may be the seat of
pain. Sufferers from neuralgia, sciatica,
rheumatism, strains, sprains, also from
thoso obscure exhausting pains ( the origin
of which cannot at times be accurately
determined) 'frequently II nd Immediate
relief fromaslngfo treatment and usually
with a little Dorslstsnce In the uso of this
aid, obtain comfortable- health or perfect
Tho incandescent llght bath, consists of
a cabinet In which tho patient is bathed
In the combined rays of many electric
light globes. This treatment has pro
duced really wonderful results is amoeies,
and some forms of kidney and heart
trouble. It has also proven valuablo In
cnronlc Droncnius, oroncmai asmmn ana
various skin diseases. As a general hy
glonlc measure ltd elliclency can scarcely
The sick who have been treated at Dr.
Pierco's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N.Y.,
have much 'to say In regard to this won
derfullv eaiilDDed Samitaritira. where all
the above electrical apparatus, 'as well as
olectrlc water baths, Turkish baths, static
electric machines, high-frequency cur
rent, and otner most modern ana up-to-date
apparatus is used for the cure of
chronic diseases. The treatment of
chronic diseases that are Decullur to
women have for many years boon a fac-
tonntno cures anectou at tue invalids
Hotel and Surgical Institute.
The physicians and surgeons employed
nro among the most experienced and skill
ful in the country, men who have made
these diseases their life study, and whose
highest ambition is to excel In their treat
ment. How woll thoy have succeeded may be
Judged from the fact that their practice
embraces cases from every State and Ter
ritory of the Union as woll. as from for
eign lands. Many thousands are annu
ally treated, either through correspond
ence or at Or'. Pierce's Institution. It Is
jin old. adage that, " Experience makes
perfect, and the skilled specialist In this,
Hold of practice cure thousands of cases
which have been abandoned as Incurable
by general practitioners. Hundreds are
brought to the Institution from far dis
tant states and they go homo In a few
weoks well and strong. QuItQ as marvel
ous are the thousands of cures anniiallj
accomplished through correspondence,
while tlio patient remUiw quietly at
home. Others consult In person, unC
after being examined aro provided wltl
specially prepared medicines and returi
home to carry out the treatment.
In medicine there, has been rapid an
real progress during recent years, and Dr
Pierce has kept up with the times In tlia'
he has had the manufacture and Ingrcdi
ents in his well-known remedies Improve
in a modern laboratory by skilled chem
Isu, tho greatest earn bring exercised ti
see that tho ingredients entering Into hi'
well-known medicines Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorltn Prescription as well as the "(ioldci
Medical Discovery" nro extracted Iron
the best variety of native medicinal roots
These are gathered with great care anc
at the proper season of tlio year, so tha
their medicinal properties may bo most
These extracts are then madtrtolubla Ir
puro triple-rellnud glycerine and bottled
Everyone who consults tho specialists
whether by letter or in .person rocclve;
the most careful attention.
Great care Is exercised not to over en
courage those who consult the specialist;
ot this institution that no laUo hopes
may bo raised.
Consultation by letter or In person
absolutely free no charge whatever so
that the nubile when afflicted are invited
to write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids Hotel
and Surgical Institute, liuffalo, N. Y,
ent stamps to D. Swift ic Co.
Patent Lawyers, WushiiiiKtoii
The dairy contains OO page?,
lute and note spaces fur eac!
lutein the year, stuti'B tlie 1:
mount of corn, wheat, oat?, tc
mcco and cotton produced h
m li state, a lirief synopsis of th
ife of each 'resident from WwO
nloii to Taft, fMves the populo
ion of each stale in 181)0, Iflfil
ml 11)10, a synopsis of luisiuei
aw'F, patent law, household in
'urination and etc. It woul
coHt 2oc ut 11 hook store.
For three 1-cent stamps the;
will Fend a nice wall caloudt
size JO x 1 1 i (idles. Send pevet
Went stmiij b for the diary him
calendar, woilli fully 40 ceil Is.
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. TABLISHCD W37
v'OHN WHITE 4k CO.. lowanua. Kx
Farm For Sale.
125 acres of pracitcally level
farming land, just rolling enoug to
drain weU. About half of this f irm
is of a good heavy black corn and
wheat land and the rest is of a san
dy loam and brings good grass and
other products,. and is now mostly
set in blue grass. Most of this farm
has been set in grass for a number
of years nnd is in a fine shape for
cultivation, and is located oh the
public road that leads from Irvine
to Alt. Sterling and also on the
south by public road, rhisplae
has on it a good dwelling of seven
rooms, veranda and porch, splen
did well and milk house right at the
door, 1 chicken house, 1 buggy
house, corn crib, 1 barn, good
blacksmith shop and all other nec
essary outbuildings', about 3 acres,
in orchard, ancP-is in about half
mile to two churches, about 30 rods
to "good publio'school and 35 rods
to postoffice, general store and Ma
sonic Lodge; in about 4 miles oi
town and railroad. This farm is
splendidly located and is surround
ed by as high-and" respectaole fami
lies as can be found in the country
anywhere and -will make, a nice i
deal home for anyone. The owner
has urgent reasons for converting
this farm into cash as he must tak
care of some Western business.
Terms made easy, about down,
the balance can be run for a term
of years for reafouable rate of in
terest. This farm is going to sell
at a bargain to some one, and any
one seeking a farm of this descrip
tion can call on or write to
It. A. Kerby, Spout Spring, Ky.
Services 2nd and 4th Sabbaths of
Prayer Meetings, Wednesday even
ings. Chas. E. Mann, Pastor,
Lexington and Eastern
L.&E. Junct. "
oiy City: "
O. & KJunct. "
Jacks on, "
O. & K. Junct. "
Athol, '. "
Caiupton Jjmct. "
Clay City, "
L. & E. 'Junet. "
Cast hound West bound
2:03 p. 111.
ti .0 i. 1.
12:60 p. m
It :M a. 111
Train No. 4 arrives lit Quicksand, 1
nation of the I-.&K. Extension h!
il:25 11, 111. and. train No. 3 leiiver
2uicl:sand for Jiiukson ut 1 :25 p. 111.
.exIiiKton : Train No. 1 will make con
nectiou with the Lo. N. at LcxiiiKtoi
tor Louisville, Ky. Train No. 3 will
muko ciiniu'i'tlon wltli L.& N. tit Win
Chester for Cincinnati. O.
Juniiiton Junct. I'raiiiaNos. l,2,3uin
4 will niako connection with Jlountui.
Central lty. to unu from Caniiton.
Ileal lv illi'Juiift. . Trains Nos. 1 , 2 mil
3 will iiiuke connection with the L. i
A. liiillwuy fur IWattyvllle, Ky.
0. A K. Junct. TruIiiK No. Sdaily an
No. 4 dally except gun. will make con
in ction w ith tliuOhloA Kentucky lt
for Cuiim-I City uud O.-A K. vtutions.
will bo paid to any person having any 1
kind of pain or ache if Shipp'e Quick,
Kclief Linim'cnt fails togivo instant re
lief and the purchase price is not re
funded. Try it and see. 60c. At All
Fruit and Ornamental
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, PeanJes
Roses, Phlox, etc.
GROWERS OF WHAT WE SELL.
H. P. HiIIenmeyer& Sons,
CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000 '
SUKPtUS AND UN- j
DIVIDED PROFITS. 200,000
: Winchester Bank. 3
OP WlMCHSTKH, Kv.
N.Hoi.tY WiTnKimrooN.PnEs, 8
W, Ti. 8PIIAR, OAHIIIRK. 3
I YOUR ACCOirNTS SOLICITED H
A 'great fertilizer, and a hardy
vigorous forage plant for hay and
paoture. Will grow in any soil,
even in rocky places. Can lie sown
with spring oats, or gown alone in
May for meadow, and sown in with
corn nt the last cultivation. Prices
of: sei;c, and circular bow to grow it
sent oil request.
BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky.
OVER e YEARS'
AnrontMBrilof tketrh and dMOrlptlon BUT
nlckl uearuln our orliilnn fre whether n
lurenllon It yrobablr palwiUbw. Conimnnle.
IloiuatrtetiMiilldwittal. HMMlDOK en Palenu
uut fr. Oldtn ucr for tMurlnir iMMiit.
emeiiM Ukw throufh Muun Co. rolT
fjxcloi twCic. without ebsrie, la to
A ksndMraAr lllnntniled wceklr. ,IrMt dr.
cuUtlou of nr aslenllllo tiirnal, O'errui. tl a
rmn four muutu, f t Bull bi ll irawtdwtlin.
All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies httvc written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.
Mrs. Jane Callclian suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whltevllle, N. C, she
says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back
ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they'
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enouglu" It is the best tonic, for women.
-Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui.
VrUtta! LmUtt' Advliorr Dent., fhiifiiwm UIU., ru.ii....
tor Seximl UstnicUeai. tail M-puc bock. "
IFarni Drain Tile
Make Your Wet Land Productive.
By the use of drain tile you car.
turn Jthat low, wet, useless, swam
py field into the most productive
spot on your farm. Good tile,
properly placed, not only carries off
surplus water, it admits air to the
poll and 'makes it easy to work.
It improves any soil. The increace
in the vulue of the land is many
time the cost of the tile. The first
year's crop from tiled land payB
for it. Any body can do the work
successfully. Write for particu
lars or ci'll at oui plant.
Red River Brick & Tile
STANTON, - KENTUCKY.
sitjnu If Uttfk'fw smbabl book
on HOWn ITAtN Ut HU MTtNTS.
K SWIFT AM.
PATKNT LAWYERS. '
303 8vNth 8t, WawWftM,B.C.
"Clean Up the Bowels and
Keep Them Clean"
There are many remedies to be
had for constipation, but the diffi
culty is to procure one that acts,
without violence. A remedy that
does not perform
b y force what
should be accom
plished by persua
sion is Dr. Miles'
After using them
Mr. N. A. Waddell.
3 I S Washington
St., Waco, Tex.,
"Almost all mr
life I have been
j tr juili J AtMtV t eonrtlpaUon, and faav
Btemed.' to ' cmuse pain without ivtar
much relief. I finally tried Dr. UUes
HaxatlVe Tablets and found them ex
cellent Their action Is pleasant and
mild, and their chocolate taste makes
them easy to take. I am more than
Clad to reoemmend them."
"Clean up the bowels and keep
them clean," is the advice of all
physicians, because- they realize the
danger resulting from habitual con
stipation. Do not delay too long,
but begin proper curative measures.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area
new remedy for this old complaint,
and a great improvement over the
cathartics you nave been using in
the past. They taste like candy
and work like a charm. A trial
will convince you.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are
sold by all druggists, at 25 cents
a box containing 25 doses. If not
found satisfactory after trial, re
turn the box to your druggist and
he will return your money.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ir.
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