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(Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer
of the Young Woman's Temper
ance Association of Buffalo, N.Y.,
strongly advises all suffering
women to rely, as she did, up
on Lydia E. Pinkfiam's Vege
" Deab Mrs. Pixkham : Your med
icine is indeed an ideal woman's medi
cine, and by far the best I know to
restore lost health and strength. I
Buffered misery for several years, being1
troubled with Menorrhagia. Sly back
ached, I had bearing-down pains and
frequent headaches. I would often
wake from restful sleep, and in 6uch
pain that I suffered for hours before I
could go to sleep again. I dreaded the
long nights as much as the weary days.
I consulted two different physicians,
hoping to get relief but finding that
their medicine did not 6e.m to cure me.
I tried your Vegetable Compound. !
on tne recommendation of a friend
from the Eat who was visiting me.
M I am glad that I followed her ad
vice, for every ache and pain Is gone,
and not only this, but my general
health is much improved. I have a
fine appetite and have gained in flesh.
My earnest advice to suffering" women
is to put aside all other medicines and i
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table Compound." Miss Neixik
Holmes, 540 No. Division St., Buffalo,
N. Y. SB000 forfeit If original of above letter pre
ttng genuineness cannot be produced. "
similating the Food andEeg ula
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ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
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Tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss ftnd Loss of Sleep.
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A "woman's reason," with all its tradi
tional lack of logic, came out in an amus
ing fashion at a recent dinner party in
Brooklyn, relate the New York limea.
In the course of the evening the conver
sation drifted around to those odd little
mathematical bit of the Uow-old-is-Ann
variety, when one of the company, with
explanation that the next problem would
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follows: ,4 1,
"If a bottle and a cork together cost
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than the cork, how much did the cork
Almost instantly one of the ladiea was
rcudv with the answer:
"Whv the cork cost five cents and the
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The ladv's husband, familiar through
years of experience with her woeful lack
of skill in figures, looked up in astonisft-
'Heavens'." he exclaimed J'How did
you come to get that so soon?"
"Whv, my dear," was the replv. 'corks
always "cost live cents, don't they:'
10,000 Plant for lOc.
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They will send you their big plant and
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2,000 delicious Carrots,
2,000 blanchine. nutty Celery,
2j000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
i,wo tpicnaia unions,
1,000 rare, luscious Kadishcs,
1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers.
This great offer is made in order to in
duce you to try their warranted seeds
for wiien you once plant them you will
grow no others, and
ALL JOU BUT 16C POSTAGE,
providing you will return this notice, and
if you will send them 20c in postage, they
will add to the above a package of the fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. lL L.
Playing the fool is said to be a uni
versal accomplishment.- Chicago Daily
Rheamatlsm-'e Killing Pain,
left in quick order after taking 10 doses of
Dr. Skirvin's Rheumatic Cure in tablet
form. 25 doses for 25c, postpaid. WIS.
DRUG CO., La Crosse, Wis. K. L.
It's a poor statistician who cannot make
figures lie. Chicago Daily News.
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"No," said the editoi-, "we can't tue
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Too much originalitv!" echoed the con
tributor. rWhy, 1 thought you wanted
original matter. -
"io we do," answered he of the blue
pencil, "but we draw the line at spelling."
Three Doctors' Opinions.
Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 15. Physicians
have accepted Dodd'a Kidney Pills as the
standard remedy for diseases of the Kid
neys aod kindred complaints. R. H. Dun
away, M. D., of Benton, 111., says:
"Dodd'a Kidney Pills cured me of Dia
betes after everything else had failed and
I was given up to die. I have since pre
scribed them in my regular practice for
every form of Kidney Trouble and have
never as yet known them to fail."
Jesse L. Limes, JI. D., St. John, Kan
"I prescribed Dodd'a Kidnev Pills for
the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Bride of this place who suffered from
Epileptic fit? following Scarlet ina; results
were miraculous; I have never seen any
thing like it."
Leland Williamson, M. D., Yorktown,
"Dodd s Kidney Pills are the best medi
cine I know of for all forms of Kidney
Disease. I believe in using the remedy
that relieves and cures my -patients,
whether ethical or not, and I always pre
scribe Dodd's Kidney Pills and can testify
that they invariably accomplish a perma
nent and perfect cure of all Kidney Com
plaints." "Some men," said the quoter, "are born
great, some achieve greatness " "And
the great majority," interrupted the cynic,
"believe they come under both of these
beads." Philadelphia Ledger.
The V. S. Dept. of Aerrlcnltiir
rives to Salzer'a Oats its heartiest en
dorsement. Salzer's New National Oats
yielded in 1903 from 150 to 300 bu. per
acre in 30 different States, and you, Mr.
Farmer, can beat this in 1904, if you will..
Salzer's seeds are pedigree seeds, bred up
through careful selection to big yields.
Balzer's Beardless Barley yielded
Salzer'a Home Builder Corn...
Sneltz and Macaroni Wheat.... 80 bu.
alzer's Victoria Rape 60,000 lbs.
Baker's Teosinte, the fodder
wonder TT - 160,000 lbs.
Salzer's Billion Dollar Grasa... 50,000 lbs.
Salzer's Pedigree Potatoes 1,000 bu.
Now such yields pay and you can have
them, Mr. Farmer, in 1904.
SEXD IOC IX STAMPS
and this notice to the John A. Salzer See
Co., La Crosse, Wis., and you will ge
their big catalog and lots of farm seed
samples free. K. L.j
"What is the difference between the
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and on the other you see the Sound."
To WasU China Silk Dresses.
China silk dresses may be quite success
fully washed. Remove all spcts-with ben
line. Then wash in warm soapsuds, rub
bing between the hands; rinse through
several waters. Use Ivory Soap and uo
no't rub the soap on the dress. Wring as
dry as possible, wrap in a sheet or clean,
cotton cloth and when partially dry, iron.
ELEANOR R. PARKER.
When the villain hissed to the heroine,
Do your worst!" he had no idea she
would be remorseless enough to sing the
latest popular song. N. O. Times-Democrat.
A Father's Protection.
Father, it is as essential for you to
provide a safeguard against that night
hend to your children, croup, as to thei;
hunger. Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of
Sweet Gum and Mullein will cure cough,
crotip and colds.
At druggists, 25c, 50c, and $1.00 a
bottle. " i
"Did she tell you the number of shoe she
wears?" "Oh, no; just the number site
tells people she wears." Cincinnati Times
Star. To Cnre a Cola in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
Some second thoughts occur several
minutes later. Chicago Daily News.
Pko's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
as a cough cure. J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. C, 1900.
Children should be seen more and talked
bout less. Chicago Daily News.
Kfrfectly simple and simply perfect is
dyeing with Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
Success needs not to apologize for itself.
A Professional Norse (ells her experience
with Doan's Kidney P1II3.
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
Gentlemen, I heartily wish those
who are suffering from backache and
disturbed action of the kidneys would
try Doan's Kidney - Pills. As was the
case with me, they will be more than
surprised with the results. I have been
troubled for years with my spine. I
could not lie on either side. Spinal
cramps would follow, and words could
not explain the agony which I would
endure. "While in these cramps I could
Dot speak or move, but by making
a great effort after the cramp had
left me I could begin to speak and
move a little, but my whole back was
so sore and lame that I could not even
have my back bathed for some time.
My nerves were In a terrible state. I
would rather sit up at night than go
to bed, dreading the cramps and the
terrible backaches. I consulted physi
cians, but got only a little relief for the
time being. Seeing your advertisement,
my mother urged me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills. After using one box I
was better, and have ever since been
on the gain. I have no backache and
no cramps now, and I feel like a new
person. My nerves are better and I
know my blood is purer. Words can
not express my thanks to you for what
Doan's Kidney Pills have done for me.
In my work as professional nurse I
have a chance to recommend them;
and they did me so much good that I
will do so on every possible occasion.
HATTIE BRIGHAM, Nurse.
Doan's KJdney Pill3 are sold at 50
cets per box. Address FosterMil
burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., for a' free
trial box. z
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FARM BUTTER MAKING.
Cnleaa Temperature of Cream la Prop
erly Controlled a Good Article
Cannot Be Blade.
The time of the year is now here when
it requires the best skill and conveni
ences for making high grade butter. Dur
ing the early spring and late fall tho
climate in Illinois is almost perfect for
making butter. The early winter weath
er is such that it is difficult to control
the temperature of the cream and un
less it is-properly controlled a fine and
uniform article cannot be made.
The time is past when it will pay for
the ordinary farmer to make butter un
less he has practically all of the conve
niences found in an ordinary creamery
Cream should not be held more than two
days, and better butter is made when
churned every day. The important
point during winter is to have the cream
properly ripened before churning, and
the ripening should not take more than
20 to 24 hours. No rule can be made as
to the temperature at which cream
should be held, but it can easily be deter
mined by experience. In my dairy room
In ordinary winter weather, If the cream
Is warmed to 80 degrees one morning,
it will be all right to churn it the next
"When a separator is used, the cream
Bhould be churned at a lower tempera
ture than cream from Cooley or shotgun
cans. Separator cream should be
churned at about 58 degrees, or even low
er if the churn and room are very warm.
Better have cream a little too warm and
properly ripened when ready to churn
than not to have it cured or ripened, be
cause it is an easy matter to use ice and
cool it properly. It is a very difficult
matter to warm half ripened cream
without injuring the grain and flavor of
the butter. It is also very difficult to
warm ripened cream (which is always
sour) if it has fallen much below the
Every buttermaker should have a
properly constructed cream vat to have
any uniformity in holding the tempera
tures. Of course there are many other
things that are necessary In making fine
butter, but be sure and watch the temper
ature of your cream during cold weath
er. Orange Judd Farmer.
FEED RACK FOR COWS.
Ita Designer Aaaerta That In Muddy
Weather It Will Save Ita Coat
In a Single WeeU.
I have found the best feed racks fot
cattle to be boxe3 16 feet long, three
feet wide at the bottom and three feet
eight inches at the top, as shown In the
cut. I make the box of lx6-inch stuff
spaced two inches apart. The sides are
nailed to 2x4-inch stuff, one piece at
the ends, and two for the middle. At
the top and bottom of the two middle
pieces on each side I nail a lx6-inch
crosspiece to keep the sides from
LOW DOWN OPEN HAY RACK.
spreading. The bottom is open. Two
men can carry this box or rack to any
part of the feed lot, or one man can
roll it over without straining it. If
properly put together It will last for
years. In muddy weather it will save
its cost in one week's feeding. Hay,
sorghum or straw are always clean and
dry for the stock to eat.
I also have a long shed for milch
cows. This shed faces the south, and
is 70 feet long. I partitioned it into
stalls five feet wide with a good man
ger and feed box 12x18x12 inches to
each stall, in which to feed bran, cot
tonseed meal and hulls. This shed is
constructed of pine lumber, six feet
high at the back, nine feet in front and
12 feet wide. In this shed cows are
milked and when the weather is se
vere are tied up and fed, otherwise
they run to the feed boxes in the yard.
J. E. Sammon. in Farm and Home.
rite Morning Glory Peat.
An Indiana farmer writes the Chi
cago Record-Herald that he considers
cattle the best destroyers of morning
glories. He says: "Pasture such a
field by cattle; they are fond of the
leaves and vines, and will not allow
the roots to send out a mass of-long
intertwining vines, but will nip the
plant close to the ground, killing the
vitality of the roots in one or two sea
sons. Another way is to seed such a
field in grass. This should be sown
with a nurse crop, which ought to be
cut for hay. The next yoar's hay will
contain very few morning glory vines;
the third year none, provided the
grasses used contained a good propor
tion cf such grasses as red top, or
chard grass or bluegrass. The grasses
kill the pest."
Itnral Delivery Roatea.
There are now in operation 19,398
routes. It Is estimated that 3,260 ad
ditional routes can be established out
of the appropriation now available,
making 22,678 which will be in opera
tion or ordered established by March
1, 1904. To maintain the service on
these routes during the fiscal year
from July 1, 1904, to June 30, 1905,
will require 113,560,000. It congress
should make a supplemental appropri
ation of $300,000 for the current fiscal
year, as suggested, additional routes
can be established, bringing the num
ber in operation June 30, 1904,- up to
24,500. In that event about 115,000,000
will be required to maintain the ser
vice during the next fiscal year.
When Batter la Mottled.
The cause of mottles in butter is
still not entirely determined. They
may arise from several causes. One
of the principal of these is the un
equal mixing of the salt with the but
ter. Sometimes, too, there are dried
flakes of cream on the sides of the
vessels in which the cream is held,
and these dried flakes are too
hardened to dissolve in the cream. A
proper handling of the cream before
urnine ajid riroDer adding of the salt
after churning will genera'-ly remove
the difficulty Farmers' iteview.
vhA dalrv cow is a milk-making me
dium and should be kepi in the best
wocking condition, which is one of
TALE OF TWO GOWKS.
Proof Conclnalve That "Special" Ii
portatlona Are Sometimes
Store made suits of all grades hav
many advantages, but some disadvan
tages, among the latter being the pos
sibility of duplication. One young
Brooklyn woman had an amusing ex
perience when attired in a new suit a
few days ago, relates the Eagle of that
city. She entered a Fulton street car.
and almost immediately her gaze rested
upon a tall, fine looking girl, attired In
a stylish suit, the counterpart of that
worn by herself.
The young woman dropped Into the
nearest seat and furtively eyed the
girl, noting that the cut, trimming,
buttons, were all Identical, that the
girl had dark haic, and remembered
that the suit had been particularly rec
ommended to her because it set oft
her dark hair and complexion, then
wondered if the saleswoman had sold
the suit to the girl after taking hints
on the sale herself, or if the girl had
been the one practiced upon. She
noted, also, that tne girl wore gloves
Just the color of those she had on, but,
thank goodness, her hat was different.
The young woman discovering that
the girl was entirely unconscious of
the duplication, gave a sigh of relief,
but her peace of mind laster but a few
brief minutes, during which time a
trio of older women entered the car,
saw the young woman opposite and the
girl similarly attired farther down in
the car. She drew her companions at
tention and one of them said: "They
don't seem to be twins else they would
be sitting together." Here the first
speaker said "Sh-h! I think this one
knows it." nodding toward the young
woman In a way to attract the atten
tion of several men in the car, who
quickly realized the state of affairs and
looked politely amused over the tops
of their newspapers. Presently the girl
left the car without seeing the young
woman, and there was subdued but
audible laughter. The young woman
got off three blocks from home and
when telling of her experience said:
"I know it was a foolish thing to do
when I had braved those eyes-for so
long, but I simply could not stand them
However, the suit Is handsome and
must be worn. So the next day the
young woman donned It and went to an
afternoon tea. While talking to one of
the guests she noticed that the cos
tume worn was one made by a cele
brated Parisian modiste that had been
the most attractive feature at a recent
"opening," in one of the large stores.
Presently they were joined by another
guest and the young woman was inter
ested to observe that the gowns were
For a moment the two were not con
scious of this. Then the first mentioned
guest said "Good gracious!" and the
second "Well I should say so. I've
been wondering why you looked so
oddly familiar to me; I suppose that is
one of Blanc's gowns? Yes, I thought
so, though where I bought mine In N'
York tney assured me it was a soer-i!
Importation." Then boia laughed and
each complimented the other on her
good taste, and the first guest said
"well, my dear, we must be sure to stav
at opposite ends of this drawing room
to-day and when we expect to attend
another affair we will have to tele
phone so as not to wear our duplicates
at the same time again." "And," said
the young woman, "you will have to
get Mrs. Brown on the wire wlien vou
telephone, for she showed me a dress
that she bought of Blanc when she was
In Paris this fall, that is Just like that
you are wearing." Then, as a consoler-
she told of her own experience on the
car the previous afternoon, and the
first guest laughed and said: "My
niece has a suit aust like yours, but
Bhe lives in Chicago, so that need not
trouble you. I noticed that yours Is
like hers as soon as I saw you. My
conclusion is that suits are made. 1n
trios, sent to different places with the
expectation that their wearers will
never meet. But, you see, it is the un
expected that frequently happens."
60 Bo. Macaroni Wheat Per Are,
nt-rrJ-.A V tUo TT R Dpnr. nf Act.
It ie a tremendous cropper, yielding xx
good land 80 bu. per acre, and on dry,
arid lands, such aa are found in Mont..
laano, tne uaKOtas, 010., etc.. . hiu
yield from 40 to CO bu. This Wheat and
bpeltz and Xtanna .barley ana jiiomus
Inermis and Billion Dollar Grass, makes
it posaible to grow and fatten Logs and
cattle wherever soil is found.
JUST SEND 10C AKD THIS JiOTICE
to tk John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosee,
Wis., and tney will send you tree a sample
of this Wheat and other farm Beeds, to
gether with their great catalog, alone
worth $100.00 to any wide-awake farmer.
Economy, like charity, should begin at
home. Houston Post.
There is a way of trifling that costs a heap of money. Neglect
Lumbago and Sciatica
end it may pat you on crutches, with loss of time and money.
it. JacoBs Oil
will cure surely, promptly.
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(FOR THIRTY YEflU
Congressman Meekison Suffered With
Catarrh Read His Endorsement
CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON. OF OHIO.
Hon. David Meekison is well known, not only in his own State but through
out America, lie began his political career by serving four consecutive tlTnt
as Mayor of .the town in whih he lives, durinsr which time he became widely
known as the founder of the Meekison Bank of Napoleon, Ohio. He was elected
to the Fiftv-fifth Gyigress by a very laie majority, and is the acknowledged
leader of his party in his section of the State.
Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising states
man. Catarrh with its insidious approach and tenacious grasp, was hisonlr
unconquered foe. For thirty years he wag-ed unsuccessful warfare against this
personal enemy. At last Periina came to the rescue, and he dictated the follow
ing letter to Dr. Hart man as the result :
' have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited
thereby from my catarrh of the head. 1 feet encouraged to believe that It
I use It a short time longer 1 will be fully able to eradicate the disease of
thirty years' standing." David Meekison, ex-Member of Congress.
THE season of catching cold is upon
us. Tho cough and the sneeze and
nasal twang are to b heard ou
every hand. The origin of chronic
catarrh, the most common and dreadful
of diseases, is a cold-
This is -the way the chronic catarrh
generally begins. A person catches cold,
w h ich hangs on Ion ger than usual. The
cold generally starts in the head and
throat. Thenfoilowssensitivenessof the
air passages which incline one to catch
cold very easily. At last the person has
a cold all the while seemingly, more or
less discharge from the nose, hawking,
spitting, frequent clearing1 of the throat,
nostrils stopped up, full feeling in the
head and sore, inflamed throat.
The best time to treat catarrh is at
tho vevy beginning. A bottle of Peruna
properly used never fails to cure a com
mon cold, thus preventing chronic
While many people have been cured
of chronic catarrh by a single bottle of
Peruna, yet, as a rule, when the catarrh
becomes thoroughly fixed, more than
one bottle is necessary to complete a
cure. Peruna lias enred cases innumer
able of catarrh of twenty years'stand
ing. It is the best, if not the only
internal remedy for chronic catarrh in
Butprevention is far better than cure.
Every person subject to catching cold
should take Perana at once at the
slightest symptom of cold or sore
throat at this season of the year and
thus prevent what is almost certain to
end in chronic catarrh.
m 11 1 m - as
Don't spend from $50 to $200 for a gun, when for so
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Dora Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled gun,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. lour
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
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cares Spraina cincl Strains.
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in rout bowels 4a't nvova. rsrmlsrly you are stefc. Con.
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Mrs. A. Snedeker, Cartersville, Ga.,
"I saw that your catarrh remedy,
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and I have none
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because I have
had the disease
so long that I had
none of the aches
and pains, but a
conditon of the
whole body sore
nose and throat
and Btoinach. I
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not nourish my system. I had come
down from 140 to about 75 pounds in
weight. I Hmv feel that I am well of
all iuy trouble." Mrs. A. Snedeker.
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