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Nature's Greatest Cure
for Men and W omen
Swamp-Root is the Most Perfect Healer and Natural
Aid to the Kidneys, Liver and Bladder
"Swamp-Root Saved My Ufa."
A FARMER'S STIOHO TESTIMONIAL.
I received promptly the simple bottle of yonr
kidney remedy, Swamp-Root.
1 bad aa awful pain in my back, over tlie kid.
neys need doctoring. If neglected now,
the disease advances until the face
looks pale or sallow, puffy or dark cir
cles under the eyes, feet swell, and
sometimes the heart acts badly.
There is comfort in knowing that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder remedy, fulfills
every wish in quickly relieving such
troubles. It corrects inability to hold
urine and scalding pain in passing it,
and overcomes that unpleasant neces
sity of being compelled to get up many
times during the night to urinate. In
taking this wonderful new discovery
Swamp-Root you afford natural help to
nature, for Swamp-Root is the most
perfect helper and gentle aid to th kid
neys that has ever been discovered.
ALUM, FLINT AND
THE "400" AND THE ZOO.
POULTRY SHIPPING BOX.
from Cheap Common Boiei
it Can Be Obtained at Any
An institute speaker here describes
how he makes shipping coops from
common cheap shallow boxes such as
are common at grocery, stores. I am
trying the plan this season and find it is
the cheapest good shipping coop that
I can get. The shallow box shown at
the base of the illustration is built up
by two end pieces sawed from refuse
Heys, and had to urinate from four to seven times
h iurui, onen witn smarting and burning. Brick
tlust would settle in the nrine. I lost twenty
pounds in two weeks and thought I would soon
lio. I took the lirit do:,e of your Swamp-Root in
the evening at bed time, and was very much sur
prised; I had to urin ite but once that night, and
the second Jiisht I did not get up until morning.
I have usefl three bottles of Swamp-Root and
to-day am as well as ever.
I am a farmer and am working every , and
Weiuh joo pounds, the same that 1 weighed before
I was taken sick.
Sec. F. A. & I. U. soa. T. S. Apkeh.
April gtn, 1903.
Swamp-Root a Blessingto Women.
My kidneys and bladder gave me great trouble
for over two months and I suffered uutoid misery.
Marsh Hill, Pa.
a time to both men and
women when sickness and poor health
bring anxiety and trouble hard to bear;
disappointment seems to follow every
effort of physicians in our behalf, and
remedies we try have little or no effect.
In many such cases serious mistakes arc
made in doctoring, and not knowing
.iv hat the disease is or what makes us
isick. Kind nature warns us by certain
Symptoms, which are unmistakable evi
dence of danger, such as too frequent
desire to urinate, scanty supply, scalding
irritation, pain or dull ache in the back
they tell us in silence that our kid-
MRS. . AUSTIN. ffj
I became weak, emaciated and very much run
down. I had great difficulty in retaining my
urine, and was obliged to pass water very often
night and day. After I had used a sample bottle
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, sent me on my
request, I experienced relief and I immediately
bought of my druggist two large bottles and con
tinued taking it regularly. I am pleased to say
that Swamp-Root cured me entirely. I can now
stand on my feet all day without any bad symp
toms whatever. Swamp-Root has proved a
blessing to me. Gratefully yours,
Mrs. E. Austin.
19 Nassau St., Brooklyn. N. Y.
LIGHT SHIPPING COOP.
thick box boards joined together and
to the box by two cleats inside and wire
nails clinched. I get most of my slats
from old broken orange crates, which
the grocer gives me when I buy boxes.
but lathsjnay be used if desired, with
a wide slat for the top. To insure care
ful handling it is best to make handle
holes or nail on a couple of short out
For a pair of average fowls the coop
should not be much less than two feet
high, one and one-half feet wide and
one and three-fourths feet long. I put
inside a couple of ears of corn, an apple
or two, and for water nail a tin can to
the side of the box. On top of the box
I write with a blue pencil the address
of the buyer and also of the shipper,
including post office address when dif
ferent from the express office, also the
number of chickens inside and the
weight of the package if I know it. The
address is repeated on a card tacked to
the box. This care pleases the ex
pressmen and I think tends to insure
prompt and careful handling. I. A.
Stephenson, in Farm and Home.
It Is reported that in many localities
houses are infested by peddlers trying
to sell or Introduce so-called "cheap'
or low-priced baking powders, either
directly or by an order upon a grocer.
In most instances deception is used.
ana It is claimed that the article Is a
genuine baking powder and has all the
merits of a pure article.
Housekeepers should be on their
guard against this danger to their food.
Alum powders are almost always low
priced. But they are well known to be
detrimental to health. In England and
in some sections of this country their
sale is prohibited by law. Congress
has forbidden the sale of food contain
ing alum in the District of Columbia.
The highest authorities condemn their
use. Dr. S. W. Johnson, for instance.
Professor of Chemistry at Yale Col
lege, says: "Bread made with a bak
ing powder containing alum must
yield a soluble alumina salt with the
gastric juice, and must, therefore, act
as a poison."
It is well known that these so-called
"cheap" goods are made from alum or
the very cheapest materials. One of
them was recently analyzed at Yale
College and found to be one-quarter
sharp pointed grains of ground flint.
Others are filled with sulphuric acid.
and salts of lead are also found in
in DaKmg powders be sure to get a
reputable well-known cream of tartar
brand, ana never buy from peddlers.
Alllaae Whieh Some Peraoaa
Were Cooaammately lenorant
"Some people," aid the Philadelphia
woman, according to a Aew York ex
change, "have a queer idea of what the
400 does, and it does queer things, good-
haaj tnnur. .... V. .-.. W a ..... . k. . .
- W 0. " UUUUb MAVllJg lUlUjl I y
doesn't do laid to it.
"I was eoinir through the coo tha other
day with a friend," she went op, "and
while we were standing before a cage in
tha lion house my companion turned to ma
" 'I wonder who keeps all this up?'
"Before I had a chance to redv. we wera
both astonished to hear a deeu Irish voica
Jure, madam, it s the society.
"We turned and beheld as healthr a
looking specimen of the working woman
as ever 1 laid eyes on.
J he society? questioned my compan
ion, in a halt amused way. YV hat soci
the washerwoman looked us all over
with contempt; then she blurted out:
ihe society tlie society! What nin
nies ye are! bure, an haven t ye ever
heard of the "400" the society of Noo
York? That's the society that keeps this
here place up!'
JithI with that she turned on her heel
and left we two ignoramuses staring in
blank amazement after her retreating
Maintained In Tills Instance At
Coat to the Court of tlie
To Prove What SWAMP-ROOT, the Great Kidney, Liver and
Bladder Remedy Will do for YOU, Every Reader of Our
Paper May Have a Sample Bottle FREE by Mail.
BEES THAT DON'T SWARM.
The Original Qneen Wan a. Gold-Dnt
Italian and Her Stock la Equal
' EDITORIAL NOTICE If you are sick or "feel badly" send at once to Dr.
Kilmer &. Co., Binghamton, N. Y., who will gladly send you by mail, immediate
ly without cost to you, a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book telling all
about it, and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonic.1
letters received from men and women cured. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
liinghamton. N. Y., be sure to say that you read this generous offer in this paper.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and you can purchase the regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles at the drug stores everywhere. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name.. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y on every bottle.
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A caller at the boarding house of Mrs.
Irons was surprised to see a fine greyhound
Ki.sl.ini; 111 the sun outside the kitchen
door. "I didn't know you had a dog," she
naid. "'lie's a beautiful animal. How long
Lave you had hitn?"
"Two or three years."
'"How does it happen I have never seen
him in passing along here?"
"VVe don't allow him to leave the back
yard," replied Mrs. Irons, with emphasis.
'V'hat kind of on advertisement would it
be for a boarding licuse to have a creature
ns lean as that dog is standing round iu
Sronfc of it V" Youth's Companion.
Mistress Did anyone call while I waa
.Jane Yis. mum. Wan gintlemin wus
afther callin', mum.
hat was his name?"
"Moik O'Hafferty, muni, an' he wus as
glad to foind yez out as he wus to foind
me in. Oi'm thinkin'. mum ." Chioacm
j Daily Xews.
DlfcU AVasJilus in Winter.
Housekeepers naturally dread dish wash
ing in winter, owing to the fact that it
chans the hands and renders them hard
ano rough. Much of the injury, however,
results from tlie use of impure soap. If
Ivor soap is used in washing dishes and
the hands are carefully rinsed and dried,
thpv will not chal).
ELHAXOR R. PARKER.
Sportsman (wishing for fresh fields to conquer)--"'!
should like to try my hand at big
game." Fair Ignoramus '"Yes, i suppose
you (ind it very hard to hit these little
birds! " Punch.
Mrs. Closefist Oli. do buy me a new
bonnet, my dear. It will set all my friends
Mr. Closefist If you're after notoriety,
why don't you got the old one retfimmed ?
Th.it will nuke your friends talk twice
as much. Stray Stories.
"Some folks."' said Uncle f'ben, "gits
credit toll teni' lucky 'case dey has sense;
tin others gits credit foh havin sense
'cause dev's lucky." Washington Star.
Stops the Coagh
and works off the cold. Laxative
(Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
The recipe for perpetual ignorance is:
Ie satisfied with your opinions and content
with your knowledge. Ali liaba.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medif ine for coug!: and colds. X. W,
Samuel, Ocean Grove, X'. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
The man who refuses to belicye the
truth is often credulous when a lie is told
to him. Town Topics.
Recently we were informed that In
Cuba had been discovered a stingless
bee. Now comes a man who claims to
have a swarmless bee. Writing to the
American Bee Journal, he says:
So much has been said and written
about the desirability of non-swarming
bees that I thought perhaps a few words
from me would be acceptable, as I have
had some experience in that line, and I
am convincea wax 1 nave got a non
swarming variety of bees. Why do I
think so? Because they answer the de
scription as given by nearly all the
writers on the subject, namely, they do
not swarm; but they do give me surplus
honey every year. I can't take credit
for better management, for I manage
just as all prominent writers say we
should manage. There is plenty of
room in the brood-chamber for the
queen to lay, plenty of ventilation when
weather is warm, and I extract when
ever the bees begin to seal the honey in
the super, so the management is noth
ing unusual. Yet I have not had a swarm
issue in eight years.
I have five colonies back of my home,
and my lot js 30 feet wide, with
neighbors on both sides. So a swarm
could not very well got out without be
ing seen, and my queens' wings are
clipped; that is, I clip one wing quite
The original queen was a gold-dust
Italian, and the cnes I now have are
of her stock. I am not selling queens,
but I do think I have a stock that won't
swarm if given fairly good management.-
I have kept bees off and on for
lb years, but never very many colo
nies at a time. I use eight-frame dove
tailed hives, and run for extracted
How "General Joe" Dwindled.
. Everybody knows General Joe
Wheeler, former Lieutenant General
C.S.A., at present Major General of
the United States army tretired), antf
between times representative in con
gress from Alabama, is a man of qual
ity rather than of quantity, and one
seeing him can scarcely understand
how so small a body has been able to
fill so much space in the world's his
tory of achivement, says the New
One day during his congressional
career two rural visitors were in the
house gallery taking in the proceed
ings on the floor with great interest.
and one of them observed the gen
eral flying about, as was his wont.
"Who's that little cuss down there
in. front talkin' to the big feller?" he
asked of his companion.
"Dinged if I know," replied the
other, squinting his eyes in order to
magnify the object of vision
some one sitting bacK 01 thorn ven
tured the information that it was Gen.
Wheeler, of Alabama.
"My gravy!" said, the first one
1 ve neara that a teller might be a
good deal of a man at home, but when
he was elected to congress and come
to Washington he fell off some and
wasn't much of a heavyweight, but
I'll be derned if I thought they'd
dwindle away like that."
June Tint Butter
the market butter.
Color makes toD oi
POULTRY YARD NOTES.
Virtue and happiness are twin sisters.
I Chicago Daily Xews.
I ABSOLUTELY" PTOEf
Let poultry of all kinds fast at least
12 hours before killing.
Large roasting fowls, young and fat,
will be in demand for the Thanksgiving
market. All cannot buy turkeys.
TIT . 1 r .
r irsi niahe a iew nens pay you a
profit, then start the large flock. Many I
a man has made a failure by starting
on too large a scale.
If the market before Thanksgiving is
good and the birds are ripe, why wait?
There is frequently a glut when all try
to sell at once.
No figures, however large, should
tempt the grower to sell his best birds.
The best Is none too good for the breed
er who wants to keep his stock up to
A water-proof roof on the poultry
house is a fine thing to have when the
cold November rain falls. It will soon
be too late to put on a new one or to re
pair the old.
Pet the turkeys and get them ready to
celebrate. Feed generously and in such
a way that they will not be overreached
or deprived of their food by the quicker
motioned fowls. Farm Journal.
Who Licked Great Britain.
'Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island,
Tisited a typical music hall, the last
time he was abroad, says the New
York Tribune. A one-act melodrama
called "The British Heart of Oak"
wa3 played by seven men and a young
woman. The time of the melodrama
was laid in the early years of the last
century, and four of the p.'ayers rep
resented American soldiers.
These American soldiers were a
ragged, scarecrow lot, for it was the
idea of the melodrama to ridicule the
American army, as tne men came on
the stage they were put through an
"What was your business before you
became a soldier?" they would be
asKeci, ana to tnis question, one an
swered that he had been a tailor,
another that he had been a cobbler.
and a third that he had been a coo
and so on.
The audience laughed uproariously
at an army composed of men from
sucn sedentary ana cennning tra.-.es,
but in the midst of the laughter Sen
ator Aldrich's American heart was re
joiced to hear a voice shout from the
"Hurray! Great Britain licked by
tailors, cobblers, and cooks! Hur
ray ! "
Some officers of a British ship were
dining with a mandarin at Canton,
says the New York News. One of the
guests wished for a second helping of
a savory stew, which he thought was
some kind of duck, and not knowing
the word in Chinese, held his plate
to the host, saying, with smiling ap
proval: "Quack, quack, quack!"
His countenance fell when his host,
pointing to the dish, Responded :
"Bow, wow, wow!"
A certain sauire of the citr. who betrnra
his patriotism by presiding in a small of
fice painted red, white and blue, had a
case belore him the other dav which at
tracted an unusual crowd to the temple of
justice. A young fellow -was up before him,
relates the Pittsburg Dispatch, on a charge
of stealing brass, and his friends were out
in lull torce to see that he cot a fair
Before the case opened the noise and
confusion became so great that his honor
declared that the next man to indulge in
any unusual ouiDreaK wouia ne ejected
from the room. He had hardly ceased
spewing when a young man shouted, at
tne same time waving his hat above his
"Hooray fur Squire Hooligan!"
Put him out. roared the court, and in
another instant the young man found him
self being rushed to the door. Order hav
ing been restored once more, his honor or
dered that the prisoner be brought before
V. 1 ' ' I 'I' l. .1' 1
"c udi 101 u mi. iue court oinccr nur
riedly . glanced about through the crowd
and then a great light suddenly fell upon
'Can't do it vour honor." he reDlied
ilTI f J, ... .
ine young ieuow you just nut out waa
The Doctor's Statement,
St. John. Kans.. Nov. 16th. This town
has a genuine sensation in the case of a
little boy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam MuBride. Dr. Limes, the attending
Scarlet rever 01 a verv malignant tvoe
brought this chud very near to death and
when the fever left him. he was serai-para-Ivzed
in the right leg and right arm. He
also lost hearing in his right ear and his
mind was much affected.
"His parents tried another treatment for
a time and when 1 was recalled I found
that he. was having spells very like Epilep
sy and was very bad and gradually growing
worse. 1 advised the use of Dodd s Kid
ney Pills and in a short time the child be
gan to improve. Inside ot a week the
nervous spasms or epileptic seizures ceased
Mr. and Mrs. McBnde have made a
sworn statement of the facts and Dr. Jesse
L. Limes has added his sworn ftatement
saying that Dodd's Kidney Pills and noth
ing else cured the fits.
Tess "He proposed to me to-dav, and he
was so impatient. He wanted me to marry
:i;m right away. Hut 1 was not to be hur
ried." Jess "So you put him off, eh?"
Tess "Yes, indeed. I told him he'd have
to wait Until tO-moriOW." Philadelnhia.
"Yes, he fooled me completelv. He had
uch a smooth way with him." "Which
proves that the way of the transgressor is
most s-iiccessiul when its smooth. Phila
1 nis p
is a quality added to the
biscuit by the Royal Baking
which promotes digestion.
ecuiiantv or K.ovai nas been
noted by physicians, and they .accord
ingly endorse and recommend it.
Royal Baking Powder is used in
baking by the best people everywhere.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Corn for Laying: Heat,
The objection to feeding corn to lay
ing hens is that it is deficient in lime
and contains an excess of carbon which
promotes the laying on of fat, which is
not favorable to egg production. Yet
during the fall and winter some corn
can always be fed to an advantage as it
is one of the best foods for maintaining
animkl heat, hence It is a good plan from
this time on to give a good feed of
whole corn every night before the fowls
go on their roosts. Farm Home.
"Oh, for the wins of a dove!"
sighed the poet with the unbarbered
hair. "Order what you like," rejoined
the prosaic person, "but as for me,
give me the breast of a chicken." Chi
"And did you visit the Holy Land?"
asked the village parson of Uncle Hi
ram, who had been doing a little globe
trotting since he struck oil. "Yaas,
an' I don't think much uv it fer my
part," replied the old man. "Why, it's
so allfired poor I reckon it wouldn't
perduce more'n tew bushels uv corn
per acre." Chicago News.
Old Jones I hope that young fellow
is thrifty, Mollie. Every young man
should save a quarter of his salary
every week. Mollie Jones Oh, Algy
does better than that, papa. Some
weeks he saves haU . dollar! Puck.
Is u vegetable wine, scientifically prepared, of wonderful curative merit. AU
female diseases ytehl maeicallv to this powerful tonic. Ak vour druggist to
order it. PULLEN-K.SHARDSON CHtMCICAL CO., St. Loui, Mo.
Flowing 25 Acres a. Eay.
A man living in Oklahoma is doing
his fall plowing with a threshing ma
chine engine and two disk gang plows.
The scheme was begun as an experi
ment and has proved a great success.
At each round of the field the machine
plows eight furrows, doing the work of
four men and 16 horses. In this way
25 acres of wheat stubble are turned un
der every day at an averag3 cost ol
about 50 cents per acre.
Girl in the Grand Stand Isn't that
a cruel game. Do you think it's fail
for a dozen men to pile themselves on
top of the poor fellow that has the
ball? Her Escort No; there oughtn't
to be more than eleven of them, any
way. Chicago Tribune.
was Pope, I believe," she ven
, "who said: 'Worth makes the
" "Was it?" he replied. "Then
must be one of those chaps who
don't read the newspapers. If he did
he'd know Worth wa3 a ladies' tailor.
W. J. Hill, of Concord,
. C.,i Justice of the
Peace, s a v s :
" Duan's Kidney
Pills proved a
riinedy in my
cast. I' used
the in for disor
from which I
a great deal of
pain. The kid
were very irregular, dark colored and
full of sediment. The Pills cleared it
all up and I have not bad an ache in
my back since taking the last dose.
My health generally is improved a
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo,
N. Y. For sale by all dealers, price 50
cents per box.
Miss Rose Peterson,
Parkdale Tennis Club, Chicago, from ex
perience advises all young girls who have
pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
LTow many beautiful young girls develop into worn, listless and
hopeless women, simply because sufficient attention has not been paid
to their physical development. Xo woman is exempt from physical
weakness and periodic pain, and young girls just budding into woman
hood should bo 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. Pinkham at Lynn, ?Iass., who will
give her advice free, from a source of knowledge which is un
equalled 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.
Miss Hannah E. Mershon, Collings
fjr' '.iW V Jll a A 1 m Jmm Tk7
ftS'fco&lN T thnntrht T would write and tell vou
$W&:m that, by following vour kind advice, I feel liko
"vjw ' " t i u: ,,i ,,i:
Li I1UW pUIiiLiil. A VU UlWilJlS IU1U LJLU. UUllUillV,
and so weak that I could hardly do anything.
Alenstruation was irregular.
"I tried a bottle of your "Veeretablo Com
pound and began to feel better right away. I con- .
tinued its use, and am now well and strong, and
menstruate regularly. 1 cannot say enougii lor
what your medicine did tor me.
How rirs. Pinkham' Helped
"Dear Mrs. Finkham: I feel it is my duty to
write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your advice and
the use of Lydia E. PInkham'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 me, 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.)
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will cure any
woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflamma
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prostration, and all forms of woman's special ills.
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are as far ahead of the old fashioned Dyes as electricity is of a Rush light candle. Putnam Fadeless Dyes are cleanly, as they neither stain ihe
hinds nor spot the kettle. One lOu package colors either silk, wool or cotton equally well, and is guaranteed to Kive prfect results. Putnam
Fadeless Vyes are for sale by all good drusglsU everywhere, or mulled direct at 10c a package. MONROE DRUG CO.. Vnionvillc, Kc.