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Xo not beliere Piso'i Cur for Coneump
Won has an equal for coughs and colds. J.
P. Boj-er, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
W first make our- habits and then our
oaoits make us. Emmons.
Opium and Mqnor Habits Cared.
Book free. B. M. Wooliey, M. D., Atlanta.Qa.
The outer ct i the gatipe -glas of the
Inner character. llam's Horn.
Miss Rose Peterson, Secretary Park
dale Tennis Club, Chicago, from experi
ence advises all young girls who have pains
and sickness peculiar to their sex, to rely on
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
IIow many beautiful young girls develop into worn, listless and hopeless
women, simply because sufficient attention has not been paid to their physical
development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic
pain, and young girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully
guided physically as well as morally.
If you know of any young- lady who is sick, and needs motherly
advice, ask her to write to Mrs. IMnkham at Ijynn, Mass., who will
give her advice free, from a source of knowledge which is un
equaled in the country. Do not hesitate about -stating details
which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential
for a full understanding of the case.
write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your advice and
the use of Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. The pains
in my back and womb have all left me, and my menstrual trouble is
corrected. I am very thankful for the good advice you gave mc, and I
shall recommend your medicine to all who suffer from female weakness."
Miss Fanxie Kumpe, 1922 Chester St., Little Rock, Ark. (Dec. 16, 1900.)
Iiydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will cure any
woman, in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflamma
tion of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, nervous
prostration, and all forms of woman's special ills.
workers lose their JST.-rX
jff energy at times and need
energy at times and need
help to avoid a spell of sickness.
Prickly Ash Bitters is the right
remedy at such a time. It purifies
the bowels, stimulates the vital
Wzz the bowels, stimulates the vital y
V organs, creates strength, j
vigor and cheer-
Why Doit Tost
nter into the spirit of the time and pro
gress? No better way to gain a few lire
pointers regarding Indian .territory than
by writing lor the .Slay issue ot ine torn
ing Country," now ready. Address "Katy,"
03 Wainwright, St. Louis, Mo.
Hope is a vigorous principle; it set the
head and heart to work and animate a
man to do hi utmost. (Jollier.
Hiss Hannah E. flershon, CoIIings-
wood, N. J., says:
I thought I would write and tell you
that, by following your kind advice, I feel Like
a new person. I was always thin and delicate,
and so weak that I could hardly do anything.
Menstruation was irregular.
"I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Com
pound and began to feel better right away. I con
tinued its use, and am now well and strong, and
regularly. 1 cannot say enough for
what your medicine did for me.
How Hrs. Pinkham Helped
"Dear Mas. Pinkham : I feel it is my duty to
Th 1k Trt
& QUICKLY CURED BY
A VERY IMPOLITE DOG.
Gave th Goetd n rmlitaVM
Hint Whin It W Tim
to Go Ilome,
A man in New York state, writes a
correspondent, is the owner of a
Email but pureJblooded Skye terrier,
named Rex, whose intelligence is re
markable. Some of Rex's bright per
formances certainly are the result of
reasoning1 power, which used to be re
garded as the gift of the human f am
Hj only, says Youth's Companion.
Rex sleeps at the foot of his mas
ter's bed, upon a soft rug of his own.
He is a dog of good habits, bettef be
haved than njny children, in fact; but,
like a child, he insists upon his rights
his own spot before the fire, his own
corner of the sofa, his own bed and,
what is more interesting, his own bed
time. Often in the evening when visitors
remain beyond ten o'clock, Rex enters
the parlor, walks anxiously about, and
lies down in the very midst of the cir
cle with a wearied air that cannot be
mistaken. If the visitors still remain,
he will rise and yawn, then mildly
whine, and with rapidly wagging tail
seek his master's side and look ex
pectantly up into his face, as if to say:
"Why don't they go, so that we may
If all these tactics fail, he will drop
his ears and tail and walk to the door,
sometimes giving a sharp, cross bark,
his whole manner indicating deep dis
approval of such late hours.
Twice in his life ke has done more
than to hint at his wishes on occasions
of this kind.
One wet evening a stranger, who
was calling on upon Rex's mistress,
left his rubbers near the hall door.
With the privilege of an old friend,
his call was extended bej-ond the hour
for Rex's retirement. As usual, the
dog displayed his sleepiness and evi
dent opinion that the gentleman was
outstaying his welcome, but no notice
was taken of him until, with an air
of desperation, he marched into the
parlor with one of the caller's rubbers,
laid it at his feet, and then quickly
returned with the other, which he
placed beside it. Then, with a tri
umphant gleam in his ej'es, he backed
ofE and stood looking at the stranger
as if to say: "There! Do you under
stand that hint?"
His second exploit was even more
remarkable. On this occasion a half
dozen people had been playing whist
with his master and mistress. When
the game was over, between ten and
eleven o'clock, they still stood or sat
about the room, engaged in conversa
tion. Rex was tired, and thoroughly out
of humor. No one seemed to give a
thought to him, and nothing that he
could do attracted an3" attention.
There were too many visitors to urge
them all to depart by producing their
overshoes, even if they wore them, but
a brilliant idea came to him. He
dashed upstairs to the sleeping-rooms,
seized his master's nightgown, which
lay ready for use upon the bed and,
dragging it behind him, spread it at
his master's feet in the parlor below,
in full view of the assembled guests.
This stratacem was a brilliant suc
cess, for, amidst shouts of laughter
and the consternation of the master,
the callers said good night.
Peach Son HI e.
Press the peaches from a can
through a sieve, adding a half pound
of powdered sugar and the whites of
three eggs, beat well with an egg
beater for five or six minutes. Then
stir into this the whites of six eggs
beaten to a stiff froth and mix well
together, l'ut this on a dish in a hot
oven for five or six minutes before
serving. Sprinkle powdered sugar
on the top. Detroit Free Press.
Use small heart-shaped cakes dipped
in chocolate. Before the icing dries
make an impression on top of each
with a wishbone, then with coffee fla
vored fondant pipe carefully the wish
bone on top of each cake. These cakes
would be appropriate for an cngage
""eut luncheon. Good Housekeeping.
An Old Lady's Discovery.
Garnett, Ark., May 18th For 18 years
Mrs. Mary Dunlop of this place has suf
fered with Kidney trouble, which was so
bad at times that it made her life a burden.
She tried much medicine and many treat
ments, but got no oetter.
At last, however, Mrs. Dunlop claims to
have found a perfect remedy, and she is so
pleased at the wonderful cure she -herself
has received, that she is telling all her
frienda and praising the medicine to every
one she meets.
The name of this medicine is Dodd s Kid
ney Pills, and it has done wonderful work
for Mrs. Dunlop.
.Everybody is talking about It, and some
people are claiming to cave been cured oi
Rheumatism by it.
A Mrs. Garrett who lives in Brazil, this
state, was at the point of death with some
Cerebrospinal trouble, and was- saved dj
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
It is certain that no otner medicine ever
introduced here has done so much good in
such a short time.
Fnnrral Sermon to Order.
The old Bridewell burying ground, which
is now the subject of legislation in the Eng
lish parliament, is the resting place of Mme.
Creswell, so often mentioned by the Charles
II. dramatist, who died in Bridewell prisons
and left $50 for a lermon to be preached at
her funeral, on condition that nothing
hould be said of her but what was welH
The preacher got out of the difficulty neat
ly by saying: "All that I shall say of her
is this: She was born well, lived well, and
she died well; for she was born with the
name of Creswell, she lived in Clerkenwell,
and she died in Bridewell." Chicago Poat.
v About Your Vacation.
Little journeys to lake resorts and moun
tain homes will be more popular this cum
mer than ever. Many have already arranged
their summer tour via the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway and many more
are' going to do likewise. Booklets that will
help you to plan your vacation trip have ju6t
been published, and will be sent on receipt
of postage, as follows:
"Colorado-California," six cents.
"In Lakeland" and "Sommer Homes," eix
"Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake," four
- cents. F. A. MILLER,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
A Possible Explanation. "This paint
ing," said the art dealer, "is worth $5,600."
"Well, well!" exclaimed MrNurox. "Oh.
I see; that there frame's solid'gold, ain't it?"
Shake Into Your Shoe
Allen's Foot-Ease. It cures painful, swolleti,
smarting, sweating feet. Makes new shoes
easy. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe Stores.
Don't accept anv substitute. Sample FREE.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Talebearers are jut as bad as talemakers.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain the
hands or spot the kettle, except green and
Good nature is stronger than torn
FINE LEGUMINOUS CROP.
Tennessee Farmer Grows Enthusi
astic Abont the Possibilities
of Hairy Vetch.
After seeing the' hairy vetch grown
in a small way for two or three years,
I have concluded that it is bound to
become one of the most important of
our leguminous crops. In this lati
tude it may be sown in September or
October, and .cut for hay in May, thus
giving ample time to follow it with
a corn crop. I cannot say how much
hay it will yield per acre, as practical
ly all with which I have dealt has been
saved for seed; but I do know that it
will grow four to five feet high on good
land, and this means that it will yield
enougli to merit attention.
Analyses of the plant show that it
is very rich, in protein, and anything
that will help to balance the usual ex
cess of the carbonaceous elements in
our rations is undoubtedly needed by
most farmers. For hay, it should be
cut when in full bloom. If sown alone
it will be hard to handle, but when
sown with equal parts of wheat or
oats it is readily managed.
As a cover crop it is especially val
uable, furnishing pasture in both iall
and spring and adding large quantities
of nitrogen to the soil. Some soils, it
is said, must be inoculated with the
bacteria which produce the nodules
on its roots before the vetch will grow
well; but in my experience this has
never been necessary. It grows well
on a variety of soils and under widely
different conditions. It seems to be
far less particular in this respect than
crimson clover. Where a few seeds
were dropped in a pasture, they came
up and grew readily; and the Arkansas
experiment station recommends it for
sowing on Bermuda sods, the two fur
nishing pasture nearly all the year.
Owing to the high price of the seed
at present, most farmers will probably
find it unprofitable except fior seed.
We sow it at the rate of onie-balf to
one bushel per acre. It is cut when
the bulk of the seed, seems ,tipe, and
threshed in an ordinary grain; thresh
er. It will yield from six to tern bush
els per acre; and the latter figure may
be exceeded on good lands. If fthesced
is wanted pure, it must be sown wilone;
but this means some extra Iffbor in
handling. It will resecd itself when
alowed to ripen, one piece of land
which was sown only once having pro
duced twp crops of vetch and enn e of
corn, and having a good stand of .retch
growing on it at present.
In all the southern half of the ctiun
try, winter cover crops are a neces
sity if the land is to be improved, and
for. this purpose I know of noticing
better than hairy vetch. This, to
'gether with its value for hay and. pas
ture, is my reason for the opinon with
which I began this pa per. E. E.Miller,
in Country Gentleman.
THE FARM MECHANIC.
This I.lttle Article Tells Him How
Warprd Doors Can lie Straight
ened Qo-ite Easily.
Many stable and shed doors, opened
by trucks running on a track, require
a great effort to move them. This trou
ble is caused generally by the door, f f,
becoming warped. To straighten such
DEVICE FOR REMOVING WARP.
doors, make a truss, h g, of two by
five joists, and secxirely fasten them
to the top and bottom of the door. Next
put in the fulcrums, j and k. Then
put a strap of iron on at m, through
which and the truss frame run the
bolt 1 m. On the inside of the door f,
put a large washer, at 1, to prevent
bolt 1 m from pulling through the door
when the nut m is turned up. The ful
crums, j and k, need to be varied to
remedy the warping of different doors.
L. E. Drake, in Farm and Home.
Place for Hens to Lny.
When a hen- selects her own nest,
jhe generally steals it in some dark,
out-of-the-way place. For this reason
nests should be made in a separate
room, rather dark and out of sight of
the flock. Such a place will largely
increase the number of eggs laid. Com
mon small boxes, such as soap boxes,
make the best places for nests. They
should not be fastened down to any
thing, as they cannot then be kept
clean. Soft hay should then beuscd as
a lining for the boxes. Xest eggs of
china or other equally cold material
should not be used in winter time, as
hens will not sit upon them. rrairie
To Stop Feattier Eating;.
When the fowls get to picking the
feathers off each other's necks, I take
a piece of raw, fat salt pork a piece
with a good rind, so that it will not
come down in the dirt and, driving a
nail through the rind, nail it to some
part of the building in eas-y reach of
the hens ami let them work at it all
they please. When this is gone, if
they still continue to pick off the feath
ers, I give 4hem another piece. There
is something lacking in their food
when they pick off and eat each other's
feathers, and the raw, fat salt pork
supplies the deficiency and stops feath
er eating. Midland Farmer.
Pare as AVell as Fresh.
Milk produced in the country and
consumed in the cities is closely guard
ed from all contaminating influences,
but an egg, if only fresh, is all right.
It is true that the cow is cleanly in her
choice of food, but because the hen
will consume filth when she can reach
it, we should not say &he will get it
anyway, and so throw it indiscrim
inately about. If to the word "fresh"
could be added the word "pure,' and
the branding be honestl-1 done, the
kind labeled "fresh and pure" would
meet with a ready sale at advanced
prices. Commercial Poultry.
Horses should be fed regularly.
There is no need of a horse eating
all the time.
A little fresh meat or green cut bone
f e4 to hens will pay well on the cost.
CAUGHT ON TO THE JOKE.
The Chinese S'eor eta-ry of Lea-atloa
W'ts Not Much Perplexed by
"Have you ever been naturalized?"
"Yes; but it didn't take."
"Now, that is what we Americana call a
ioke," explained th Washingtoniatv to the
brand new secretary of the Chinese legation,
who has indicated hi desire to become con
versant with the curtomeof this country.
In spite of the alleged humor, however, he
failed to laugh, and his informant consid
ered a full explanation proper, relates tht
"You 6ee,",he continued, "tb word natu
ralized ha been confused with vaccinate."
The meaning of the two words was then
defined, together with the phrase didn't
"When we say the vaccination didn't
take, we mean that the virus didn't have the
With this the Chinaman' expressed his ad
miration for American wit, and a broad
mile overspread his face.
The conversation was continued in a gen
eral way until the wise resident of Wash
ington suddenly fancied it would be humor
ous to relieve himself of a joke at the ex
pense of the Celestial. With a patronizing
air he put a query to the attache in jaw
breaking words, and then laughed at hit
The secretary stared blandly at him for a
moment, utterly bewildered bv the quest ion.
His face was expressionless, but he gave a
faint smile when the American explained he
had been joking.
"A joke ye; but it didn't take," here
plied, with a naive amile.
Birth of a. Great American Railroad.
May 17, 1903, marked the Fiftieth Anni
versary of the incorporation of the New
York Central Railroad; a fact interesting
in the history of the iState of New York,
for the consolidation of the ten separate
email roads into one line, that formed a
continuous route from Albany on the east
to Buffalo on the west, was the beginning
that made possible the enormous in
dustrial and commercial development in
the country contiguous to it.
Articles of agreement were filed May
17, the first Board of Directors was
elected July Cth, and the whole line de
livered to the new company August 1st,
1853; insuring better service, more com
plete connections between all points, and
a more general stimulus to development
than was possible under separate and
rival corjoratioiis. This also opened the
way for the consolidation of the New
York Central Company with the Hudson
River Railroad in 18C9, which event
presaged that era of wonderful progresa
in the undeveloped west, for it created a
direct line from the ocean to the inland
s-as, known as the great lakes, and
brought distant territories into close con
nection with the seaboard.
It is a picturesque fact that this line
traverses the oue break in the whole Ap
palachian chain between the Gulf of Mex
ico and the St. lawrence River, and it
would seem as if Nature meant this to
be a roadway for travel. Certainly the
Indian found it so, for the Mohawk trail,
the pathway of the confederated Iroquois
tribes, is almost identical with the New
York Central Railroad of to-day. This
trail -was also the pathway of war during
the French and Indian and the Revolu
tionary Wars, and later, in its offering of
easy travel, it lured . the pioneers of the
West to the Mohawk Valley, which is so
rich to-day with the product of agricul
tural industry, on to the broad and fallow
fields of the Genesee, to build up and
develop the traffic of the west upon the
It is a far cry indeed from that primi
tive little line of the New York Central
of fifty years ago to the great Railroad
of to-day with its Twentieth Century lim
ited, speeding like the wind, carrying its
passengers on luxurious palace cars, over
smooth roadbeds, with a scarcely percepti
ble jar, and fifty years of progress could
not find a better illustration than is re
lated in an interesting letter of remi
niscences written by Mr. Joshua Wilber,
of Lorkport. New York, describing rail
road travel in New York in 1839.
The writer says: "We took the cars
on State Street in Albany; these cars
were drawn to the city line by horses,
for locomotives were not then allowed in
the city. The cars werp' of the ancient
pattern, entered by doors on the side,
with seats across the car. the passengers
facing eah other, as in the old-fashioned
"The speed was tremendous about
twelve miles an hour. Arrived on the
ridpe opposite Schenectady. our cars
were let down an incline plane, secured
to a large rope cable, the other end being
attached to flr.t cars weighted with stone,
which were drawn up on n parallel track
as we went dr.wn. At Schenectady we
changed cars and traveled west to Utica.
reaching there in the afternoon. That
was then the end of railroad travel.
"A canal parkct was boarded which
landed us in Syracuse next morning.
There another packet was taken for
Rochester, which we reached early the
following day. A third packet brought
us from Rochester to Lockport in six
"The time consumed in coming from
New York City to Lockport was nearly
four days, being on the move all the
time, except the night spent at Albany.
"Not long after the roads built from
Albany westward, and from Buffalo east
ward met, and a continuous line was
formed, but with many changes of cara
and other inconveniences.
"Then the Hudson River road was
opened, and Buffalo and New York
A Still Hunt. Nervous Wife "I hear a
burglar." Nervous Husband "Woo! I'll
crawl under the bed and ee if he is theje.."
Always look for this Trade Mirk: "The
Klean, "Kool Kitchen Kind." The Stoves
without smoke, ashes or heat.- Make com
Mis. Chibman "Will you be home early,
Jack?" Mr. Clubman "We-cll, yes; but
don't wait brcakfat for me." Brooklyn
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
A mule kicks back because he can't
ewear. Detroit Free Press.
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Preoccupied. "Why is it," asked the
youth, "that so many wise men are not suc
cessful?" "Because, my ton," answered the
sage, "they spend, so much time finding out
how things happen that they forget to go
ahead and make things happen lor them
selves." Washington Star.
Magistrate "Was the prisoner armed?"
Fogarty "That he was. Why he was an
arsenal, with his guns and knives. Yes, and
he was shooting glances and looking dag
gers." Yonkers Statesman.
What Everybody Says.
' Lonpvii-LE, Kt.
For a year or more
I have been suffering
with severe pains in
the small of my back
and kidneys ; bad
tried a number of
remedies but without
relief. I decided to
try Doan's Kidney
Pills, and purchased
two boxes, and am
plad to state that
after takinjr the two
boxes of pills I was
relieved of all pains,
and have not been
troubled since. Trior
to taking these pills
it was impossible for
me to get a full
night's sleep, but I am
not experiencing any
difficulty in this re
spect now. Yours
truly, Jonv E. Kra
mer, 2423 W. Main
I had a bad pain In
my back ; I could
hardly walk or 6it
down. I could not
write for sample, but
got a fifty-cent bos
of druggist, and they
have made me all
right. No other med
icine did me any
good. Aco. Carl
son, 85 1st St, East.
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trial box Doan's Kidney I 'ills.
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(j Dr. Uartman, Columbus, O.,
Dear tir :
"ItookcPeruna. tast sum
mer 'when I was all run
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rA fiarixrfir. and no ambi-
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is due to your excellent Pe
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The symptoms of summer
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different cases, but the most
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combined with more or less
heavy, stupid, listless, mental
condition. .Relish for food and
the ability to digest food seems
to be lost.
Skin eruptions, sallow com
plexion, bilknvsness, coated
tongue, fitful, irregular sleep,
help to complete the picture
which is bo common at this
Peruna so exactly meets all
these conditions that the de
mand is so great for this rem
edy at this season of the year
that it is nearly impossible to
su pply it.
If you do not receive prompt
and satisfactory results from
the use of Peruna, write at
once to Dr. Ilartman, giving- a
full statement of your case.and
he will be pleased to give j-ou
his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman, Presi
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Hovr lie Fixed It.
"Can't you learn to say 'Xo?' " she de
manded. "Certainly." he replied, and thereafter be
arranged with his boon companions to ask
him if he would refuse a drink, instead of
asking if he would have one. Thus he wai
enabled tosay "Xo," without suffering any
deprivation. Chicago Post.
"What ales the porter?" "Ilis young
daughter wines all tue time, and he is going
home to liquor." Princetou Tiger.
AVhca I received the
6amplo of Doan's
Kidney Pills I was
snfierlng terribly with
my back.was 6ick and
nnfit to do anything.
The several remedies
I -had used, though
did "no good, but
rather irritated tho
trouble and made me
worse. Before I had
used up the sample I
wa9 feellno- bo much
better that! got mora
from the drug store.
I could not sleep at
night. Had to get up
six or eight times, and
the urine was so red,
would almost thick
it was part -blood
there was athick cand,
like brick-dust sedi
ment. I cannot tell
one-half tbat I suf
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I feel now that I am
cured by Doan's Kid
ney Pills ; but here I
am, sixty-six years
old, able to do my
own work, feeling
well as I did twenty
years ago, for which I
thank Doan's Kidney
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times. Mrs. E. T.
Gocld, 9U W. Lake
Street. Doan's Pills
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