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Don't wait yntil your sufferings have
driven you to despair, with your nerves all
shattered and your courage gone.
Help and happiness surely awaits you if you accept Mrs. Pinkham's
advice. Disease makes w omen nervous, irritable, and easily annoyed by
children and household duties ; such women need the counsel and help
of a woman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex; that
woman is JMrs. Pinkham, who with her famous medicine, L.ydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, have restored more sick and dis
couraged women to health and happiness than any other one person.
Iler address is Lynn, JMass., and her advice is free. Write today, do
'"Will not the volumes of letters from women who have been
ado s1i yrcr by Lydia E. rinkhara's Vegetable Compound con
Tin ce otheb of the virtues of this great medicine?
"When a medicine has been successful in more than a million
cases, is it justice to yourself to say, without trying it, "I do not
believe it would help me ? "
Surely you cannot wish to remain wealc and sick and dis
couraged, exhausted with each day's work. If you have some de
rangement of the feminine organism try iLydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. It will surely help you.
Mrs. Emilie Seering, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New
York City, writes:
Dear Mrs. Putkham :
ff " to shake them off ; half of the time I did not seem to
VEvJi have the courage to do my work ; everything
seemed to go wrong with me, and I was always
wav. xne Diues
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before long my back was better too, and I looked younger and stronger I took
eix bottles in all, and it is wi.th thankfulness that I acknowledge that my
present good health is due to the use of Lytlia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN.
If there is anything in your case about which you would like
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such a wide experience in treating female ills as she has had. She
has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health. Her
address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is free. You are very fool
isii if you do not accept her kind, invitation.
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If women who t.-- always blue" and depressed
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' and was thin and bloodless. My back ached all the
time, no matter how hard I tried to forget it or
change my position to ease it, and the pain at the
base of my brain was so bad that I .sometimes
thought that I would grow crazy ; I had the blues so
much and was always so depressed I could not seem
worrying and fearing the worst, i began to
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. After the first few doses a load seemed
lifted from mv shoulders, I felt better in every
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A RESOURCEFUL BRIDE.
She Got the- Syrup for the Sauce With
out Sending: Oat
Her first venture at cooking dinner in her
own home had passed successfully and they
sat in silence at opposite ends of the table
wondering at the novelty oi it all and gaz
ing at each other, relates the New York
"Honestly, honestly cross your heart
did you like it, Fred':" she asked finally.
"Never enjoyed an-thing so much in my
life," he said, and swallowed a lump.
".Everything, everything from soup to
"Every mouthful, from soup to pudding,"
he said, bravely.
"Oh, I'm so relieved, then," she said, as a
huge sigh escaped her. "You see, 1 forgot
to order the sirup for the sauce for the pud
ding, and 1 had to have something, so 1
took the cough sirup, and 1 was so afre'd
you'd taste it."
A Care for Rheamatlim.
Alhambra, 111., Mar.23rd: Physiciansare
much puzzled over the cas of Mr. F. J. Os
wald, of this place. Mr. Oswald suffered
much with Kheumatism and was treated by
doctor after doctor with the result that he
got no better whatever. They seemed un
able to do anything for him and he contin
ued to suffer till he heard of Dodd's Kidney
Mr. Oswald began a treatment of this
remedy which very soon did for him what
the doctors had failed to do, and they cannot
This is the same remedy that cured Hon.
Fred A. Busse, our State Treasurer, of a
very severe case of Rheumatism some years
ago, and which has since had an unbroken
record of success in curing all forms of
llheumatism and Kidney Trouble.
There seems to be no case of these pain
ful diseases that Dodd's Kidney Pills will
not cure promptly and permanently.
Faint Heart and Fair Lady. He "Are
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lie "Well, here is one; 'If I were to pro
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I CURES ALL,
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Railing Chicks Withoat m Hen I Xot
Only- a Pleasant Bat Profitable
The beginner will be surprised to
find how easy it is to make a brooder.
Buy one of those little oil s-toves at
the store, and the whole job is done in
a few hours. It is easy to operate, not
nearly so much bather as so many
hens. The chicks are by themselves in
a roomy building. A sketch of the
brooder is given herewith. The brood
er platform occupies one side of the
building." The brooder is about three
feet square. The board top,' which is
supported by the wooden pins pa ssing
tigMly through holes bored in the cor
ners, is represented as transparent in
order to show the four three-inch
pieces of inch iron pipe beneath.
These pipes pass just through the
PLAN OF THE BROODER.
floor of the platform -to the under side,
but project two inches above, as
Under the platform is a three-foot
square or iron, heated by the lamp
placed directly under it. Thus the
heated air which comes -through the
pipes and warms, the chicks is not
from the lamp direct, but from the
warmed sheet iron. As the chicks
grow larger, the pegs are driven fur
ther through the cover, making it
higher. The warm air is kept in bj
the strips of cloth around the edge
of the cover. Vhile he chicks are
young they should be kept from fly
ing off the platform by a board bar
rier along the edge (not shown in the
drawing). A regular brooder lamp is
best. The smallest oil stoves or any
good lamp that will burn clearly with
out, a top draft will answer.
The chicks will not do so well in
doors after the first three weeks. No
matter if the weather is damp and
chilly. While it is cold or stormy keep
them indoors nights, but make a good
long outside run of fine netting, or
laths with a board at th-e bottom. Old
buildings become infested with nits of
lice and the brooder heat brings them
out in swarms along the cracks and
corners in and near the brooder. Kero
sene will soak them out. Clean the
house and keep the brooder clean.
Lice cannot live long in a clean, dry
Feed fine, mixed grain in gravel and
let them scratch. Meat, green stuff
and gravel are needed from the firs-t.
They will pick up the fine grit and
struggle over a lettuce leaf or a bit of
meat almost as soon as they can stand.
Meat is half their food in a state of na
ture, and to grow fast they must have
it unless there is plenty of milk. The
experiment stations find tha-t chicks
and ducklings grow as fast again when
fed with plenty of animal food. The
growth costs onlj- half as much per
pound as compared with all-grain diet.
I picked up the following bill of fare
for j-oung chicks at the Khode Island
poultrj' school two years ago, and still
use it, with some changes in the direc
tion of greater variety: Four feeds
a day of fine cracked com, cracked
wheat, hulled oats in equal-jarts, also
a little millet, seed. Soft feed, com
prising corn meal, bran, ground oats,
equal parts and one-sixteenth to one
twentieth part beef scrap, fed in
troughs at noon. Green food at least
once a day. Orange .Tudd Farmer.
DAIRY AND LIVE STOCK.
Don't make changes in food of
ewes near lambing time. Stick to
clover hay and don't feed corn.
Do not overfeed the young- pigs
when they begin to eat. If they be
come stuffed and poddy indigestion
and scours will result.
Keep milking the heifer up to the
last six weeks before she is due to
comes fresh again. This will get her
into the habit of holding out in her
milk all the rest of her life.
The adage says; "If you want a
thing well done, do it, yourself."
That's why the cow prefers licking
herself to being licked by the hired
man. He hits only the bumps.
Be sure the colts have strong, well-
fitted halters. If the halters are not
well fitted they will soon learn to
rub them off, and a habit is formed
that is almost impossible to cure.
Three weeks before cows are due
to give milk we should stop giving
them heavy feed. No meal should be
fed during this period. Wheat bran
is the best of anything at this time.
If the cow is after that watered and
fed carefully there will be practi
cally no danger from milk fever.
Try a Field of Alfnlfa.
Alfalfa is not a difficult crop to
raise, being sown in the spring. The
preparation and seeding are done in
the same manner as for wheat or
oats. Only one crop can be secured
the first year, and that is not always
a good one, but once started there is
no limit to the time it will thrive and
produce. It sends its roots down to
moisture, ten or more feet below the
surface, and is little Influenced by
climatic conditions, which every
where have a bearing on every other
crop. The effect on the soil has been
fully demonstrated by plowing up the
alfalfa and sowing to other crops-
corn, wheat, potatoes. The increased
j-ield of these crops is phenomenal,
showing that the alfalfa roots have
nourished the soiL Midland Farmer.
A Stealthy, Insidious, Weakening Enemy to Women Many Thousand Women
Suffer Needlessly From This Cause.-
TheTe are a multitude of women, es
pecially housewives, and all other wom
en obliged to be on their feet constant
ly, who are wretched beyond descrip
tion, simply because their strength and
vitality is sapped away by catarrhal
discharges from the pelvic organs.
Theae women get up in the morning
tired, drag themselves through" their
daily duties tired, only to go to bed at
night as tired as before.
Mr. Kvn. Dartho, 133 at 12th
Stree-t, N. Y. City, X. V., wrltcsi "I suf
fered for three years with what la generally
known as leucorrhea. In connection with
ulceration of the womb. The doctors advo
cated an oparation which I dreaded very
much, and strongly objected to go under it.
Reading of the value of Peruna, I thought
it best to gjve this well-known remedy a
trial, so I bought three bottles of It at ence.
Now I am a changed woman. Peruna cured
me; it took nine bottles, but I felt so much
improved I kept taking it, as I dreaded an
operation so much. I am to-day in perfect
health, an'd have not felt so well for fifteen
years." Mrs. Eva Bartho.
BUSS LOUISE MAHOX.
Miss Louise- Muhon, 3 Glen Bailie
Street, Toronto, Ont. Can., Secretary
of fhe Klns'a Dauehters and Secre
tary of iLadr MaccAtteem, writess "If
all women knew of the benefits to be de
rived from taking Peruna we would have
many happier and more healthful women.
My health has never been too robust, and I
am easily fatigued and can not stand much.
About a year ago, I was so run down that
I had to take to my bed, and became weaker
and weaker. A friend advised me to try
Peruna, and I have great reason to be
grateful, for In two weeks I was out of bed
and In a month I was perfectly well, and I
now find that my health Is much more
robust than formerly, so that I take Pe
runa once or twice a month and keep well."
Peruna is such a perfect specific for
each case that when patients have once
used it they can never be induced to quit
it until they are permanent!1- cured. It
begins to relieve the dis-agreeable
symptoms at once. The backache
ceases, the trembling knees are
strengthened, the appetite restored,
the digestion made perfect, the dull
headache is stopped and the weaken
ing drains are gradually cured. These
results certainly follow a course of
treatment with Peruna.
Barbara Alberty, corner Seventh and
Walnut streets, Appleton, Wis., writes
as follows in regard to Peruna:
"For years I have suffered with back
ache and severe pains' in, the side. 1
doctored so much that I became dis
couraged. A school friend told, me how
very much Peruna had benefited her
and I sent out for a bottle, which did
more-to relieve me than all the other
Mrs. Wise I think Mr. Phoxy will pro
pose to our Mildred very soon now.
Mr. Wise I hadn't noticed that he was
very attentive to her.
"No, but he has been flirting outrageously
with me." Philadelphia Press.
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Bragg "I was knocked senseless by a
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Half a wineglassful of Prickly Ash Bitters night and morning for a few days, will drive out that
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MRS. EVA BARTHO.
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In Soda Water.
A little Tioga boy was looking at a drop
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Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
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The man who is willing to meet trouble
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Fadeless Dye is the read to economy.
What we gain in form we may lose in force.
medicine I have ever taken. I used it
faithfully for two weeks, and it com
pletely cured me. I have not had any
pains since,. anywhere, but feel like a
new woman. I am truly thankful for
what Peruna has done forme." Bar
Mrs. Kate Mann, SOODatharst Street.
Toronto. Ont. Cn-, Vice President of
th Ladles Aid Society, -writes "I am
pleased to give praise to Peruna for the
blessed relief I found through its use. I
suffered for years with backache and drag
ging down pains and often had to go to
bed and stay there when I was so busy that
I could illy be spared. It was therefore a
simple godsend to me when Peruna was
brought to my notice. Every drop seemed
to give me new life, and every dose made
me feel much better, and I promised myself
that if I found that it cured me I would ad
vocate it so that other suffering women
should know of It. I have been In perfect
health for one year. I enjoy work and
pleasure because in such fine health, and no
trouble seems too heavy to bear when you
are In good health. Peruna has simply
been a household blessing, and I never will
be without it again." Mrs. Kate Mann.
Mrs. Anna Martin, 47 Hoyt Street,
Brooklyn. X. V-, writes: "Peruna did
so much for me that 1 reel it my amy 10
recommend it to others who may be sim
ilarly afflicted. About a year ago my
health was completely broken down, had
backache, dizziness and irregularities, and
life seemed dark indeed. We had used Pe
runa in our home as a tonic, and for colds
and catarrh, and I decided to try it for my
trouble. In less than three months I be
came regular, my pains had entirely dis
appeared, and I am now perfectly well."
Mrs. Anna Martin.
Mrs. Wm. Iletrick, Kennard, Wash
ington county. Neb., writes:
"I am fifty-six years old and have not
felt well since the Change of Life be
gan ten j'ears ago. I was in misery
somewhere most of the time. My back
was very weak, and my flesh so tender
it hurt me to lean againstthe back of ai
chair. I had pain under my shoulder
blades, in the small of my back and
hips. I sometimes wished myself out
of this world. Had hot and cold spells,
dizziness and trembling of . the limbs,
and was losing flesh all the time. After
following your directions and taking
Peruna I now feel like a different per
son." Mrs. Wm. Iletrick.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis. o
Peruna can be purchased for $1 per
bottle at all first-class drug stores.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Women wish for long life minus old
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