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"Deab Mrs. Pi-kham: I have
never before given my endorsement
for any medicine, but Lydla E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has added so much to my life and
happiness that I feel like making- an
exception in this cae. For two years
every month I would have two days of
severe pain, and could find no relief, but
one day when visiting a friend I ran
across Lydia E. l'inkham's Vege
table Compound, she had used
it with the best results and advised
me to try it. I found that it worked
wonders with me ; I now experience
no pain, and only had to use a few
bottles to bring1 about this wonderful
change. I use it occasionally now
when I am exceptionally tired or worn
out." Miss Alice M. Smith, 804 Third
Ave., South Minneapolis, Minn., Chair
man Executive Committee, Minneapolis
Study Club. $5000 forfeit If original of about
tetter proving genuineness cannot be produced.
lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable
Compound carries women safely
through the various natural
crises and is the safe-guard of
The truth about this great
medicine is told in the letters
from women beinpr published in
this paper constantly.
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No Extra Trouble.
It was in the dead of night, and a
cold night at that. Mr. Smith was
away, and Peterson Smith, aged 6,
was getting the measles.
"Mother, may I have a drink of real
cold water?" he asked, waking Mrs.
Smitb from a refreshing slumber.
"Turn fight over and go to sleep!"
commanded Mrs. Smith. "You are a
naughty boy to wake mother up when
the put a pitcher of water on your
table the very last thing before you
went to bed."
Ten minutes later the small voice
popped up again: "Mother, I want a
drink of water."
"Peterson," said Mrs. Smith, stern
ly, "if you say that again I shall get
up and spank you!"
There was five minutes' silence, and
again Peterson spoke:
"Mother," he said, cheerfully,
when you get up to epa
I have a drink of water 'I
"Are you wid us or agin us?"
Of Corca asks Japan.
"We're Wiju," says Corea,
"We're v.iju to a man."
"That's very friendly of jou."
Says Japan, with smiling face;
"And since the matter's settled,
"We'll take Wiju for a base."
Papa Why do you boys call that
Gilligan boy "Mickey, the Tough?"
Tommy Why, he's the nicest and
most popular feilcr in our gang.
Indicate Improper Diet, Usually Du
One of the common symptoms of cof
fee poisoning is the bad dreams that
Fpoil what should be restful sleep. A
man who found the reason says:
Formerly I was a slave to coffee. 1
was like a morphine fiend, could not
sleep at night, wouiC roll and toss in
my bed and when I did get to sleep
was disturbed by dreams and hobgob
lins, would wake up with headaches
and feci bad all day, so nervous I coul?
not attend to business. My writing
looked like bird tracks, I had sour
belchings from the stomach, indiges
tion, heartburn and palpitation of tli?
heart, constipation, irregularity of the
"Indeed, I began to feel I had all th
troubles that human flesh could suffer,
but when a friend advised me to leave
off coffee I felt as if he had insulted
me. I could not bear the idea, it had
such a hold on me and I refused to be
lieve itthe cause.
"But it. turned out that no advic
was ever given at a more needed time,
for I finally consented to try Postura
and with the going of coffee and tlu
coming of Postum all my troubles have
gene and health has returned. I eai
and Eleep well now. nerves steadied
down and I write a fair hand (as you
can see), can attend to business agair
and rejoice that I am free from th
monster Coffee." Name given bj
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Ten days trial of Postum in place oi
coffee will bring sound, restful, re
freshing sleep. There's a reason.
Look in each pkg. for the famous llt
tie book. "The Road to Wellville.'
A HOVEL SUBMARINE
THE INVENTION OF SIMEON
LAKE OF BAIETMOBE.
He Claims for It Many Advantages
Over Other Underwater Craft
Some of Its Peculiar
The fact that two Email submarines of
the Lynx type have been sent to the far
east on a French battleship is sum
cient indication that, should France be
drawn into war, she w ill make use of her
under-water flotilla. Japan has no sub
I v. . l. ... n ... t t .
I luaiuie uuais, uui rvu&iaa lias uur, tt l
least, of anew type the Petr Kochka
completed, which tould be sent out in
sections to the Pacific. Possibly she alsr
The illustration accompanying thi8
article represent the Protector, an en-
THE PROTECTOR READY TO SUB
tirely novel type of American subma
rine, which differs A-ery greatly from
the boats belonging to the British,
French or our own government. She
has been built as a private speculation
by Mr. Simon Lake, of Baltimore, who
is now in Europe, and hopes to induce
the admiralties there to give his boat
a trial. The Protector is 65 feet long by
11 foot beam, and displaces 115 tons. On
the surface she is driven by a 250-hore
power petrol motor, actuating twin
screws, and is submerged by an electric
motof of 75 horse power. She is fitted
with three torpedo tubes, has a speed of
about 14 knots on the surface and eight
and nine-tenths knots below, and has a
diver's compartment, by which divers
c?.n leave and enter the vessel while sub
merged. Mr. Lake has built two submarine:
fitted with wheels whereby they roll
along the ocean floor. The first is in
tended for peaceful operations, and is
named the Argonaut; the second, which
is armed with torpedoes, is the Pro
tector. Mr. Lake believes that under
water vessels have a very useful future
before them, both from a peaceful and
from a warlike point of view, and al
ready his submarine wrecking boat Ar
gonaut has performed valuable service
in wreck-raising, recovering coal from
sunken barges, and in similar opera
tions. Mr. Lake commenced the study of sub
marine navigation nearly 20 years ago,
and he claims that he has traveled
greater distances under water than any
other builder on either side of the At
lantic. The first practical and success
ful boat built by Mr. Lake was the Ar
gonaut, and she has proved the practi
cability of this type of vessel for com
mercial purposes. She can remain for
days und?r the surface; she can steer as
correct courses as on the surface; sh
affords the crew the same comfort a
CROSS SECTION OF THE CENTRAL
PORTION Of THE PROTECTOR.
when on the surface, with ample pleep
ing. cooking facilities, and ebe has
nvins of erabling divers to enter and
kxve the hull through an open door
through which no water can possibly
The main feature that distinguishes
the "Lake" type cf submarine is the
power of traveling on the floor of the
ocean. For this purpose they are fitted
with wheels, and when on the fcottcir.
they run along the sea bed. just as a car
riage rolls along a highroad. They also
differ from the "diving torpedo boats" ol
the Holland type in the British and
American navies, in that they go under
on an even keel. The Lake boats need
not always run on the ocean bfd. but.
can be navigated at any predetermined
depth between the surface and the bot
tom. In this position the depth of sub
mergence is maintained nearly con
stant by means of hydroplanes, one or
more on each side cf the vessel. These
hydroplanes, or horizontal ruder?, are
controlled automatically, and the boa:
In submerging always maintains a level
keel. The method cf submersion by the
s:de vane, or hycTrcplanes. is as follows:
Water bailsst is taken in to bring the
boat, to the "awash" condition. The
vanes are then turned downwards, and
the water flowing agiinst the upper ror
tion cf the planes, forces the structure
beneath -the surface until the required
depth is reached, when the "automatic
depth regulator' causes the vanes to
csciiiate as required to constantly main
tain that depth.
Bragg I expect to spand my vaca
tion cn a steam yacht this summer.
Knox Ob. why don't you take a rest
instead of looking for extra work? Be
sides, stoking is such a hot job. Phil
"What's the matter with you.
You're losing all your manners. Why
didn't you tip your hat to that woman
you jut left on the corner?"
"Oh, that was only my wife."
nk me. may -tS3fS M f WmZZEr?
A3 GOOD AS THE BEST.
The Dining Hour of the Best People
Wu His Eating Tims
Gea. Revet, the president of Colom
bia, attended a dinner party in New
York before he sailed ou the Kaiser Wil
li elm for Paris recently, says the New
"They tell roe," Gen. Reyes said at
this dinner, "that the United States has
its share of nouveaux riches of new-rich
persons. This may be so, but I am sure
that the new-rich are to be found every
where. I like them. They make, though,
lhere i a new-rich a millionaire in
Panama. This gentleman engaged a but
ler the other dav.
" 'What time, sir,' said the new but
ler, 'would vou wish to dine as a rule?'
" 'What time do the best people diner
said the new-rich.
"'At different times, sir,' the butler
" 'Very well,' said the new-rich. Then
I, too, will dine at different times.
West Virginia Aroused.
Roberts, W. Va., May 16 Many inter
esting discoveries are neing maue ana
many wonderful cures reported recently,
but nothing has . been seen or heard of
in this state to equal the wonderful work
of a remedy called Dodd's Kidney Pills,
The people are very enthusiastic about it,
for it seems that there is no case that this
wonderful medicine cannot cure
Among many cases reported that of
Mr. John J. Ash, of this place, is con
spicuous for its completeness. Mr. Ash
was a great sufferer with Kidney trouble
lie was gradually growing worse till at
the last he was forced to get up three or
four times every night. Jle had tried
but at last he found the right one m
Dodd's Kidnev Pills, lie sava: "The
very first box of l?odd's Kidney Pills did
me mow good than anything l took in
Now Mr. Ash is well and can sleep all
night as comfortably as he ever could.
Had to Come Across.
Guest Waiter, brina me a tiuton din
ner, lou know what that means, don t
Waiter les. sah. Its one that vou toD
on wnn a tip. I he hmart fcet.
Could You Use Any Xind of a Sewing
Machine at Any Price?
If there is any price so low. anv offer so
liberal that vou would think of accentina
on trial a new high grade, drop cabinet or
UDriirht Minnesota. Singer. Whpplpr &
Wilson, Standard, White or New Home
Sewing Machine, cut cut and return this
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It wil! name vou prices on the Minnesota,
Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, White, Stand
ard and New Home seivine machines that
will surprise you; we will make you a new
ana attractive proposition, a sewing ma
chine offer that will astonish vou.
If you can make any use of any sewing
machine at any price, if any kind of an
offer would interest vou. don t fail to
write us at once (be sure to cut out and
return this special notice) and get our lat
est dook, our latest oners, our new and
most surprising proposition. Address
cLAKo, KUiOiL'CK & CO., Chicago.
If a vounz man says one clever thing a
girl is charitable enough to overlook the
yyj other things he says. Chicago ijauy
Itchlnff, Dornlne Palma and PtlnfnJ
Finger Ends Complete Cure
One Niaht Treatment: Soak the hand
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of Cuticura Soap. Dry. and anoint freely
with Cuticura Ointment, the creat skin
cure and purest of emollients. Wear, dur
ing the night, old, loose kid gloves, or
bandage lightly in old, soft cotton or
linen. For red. rough and chapped hand.
dry, fissUred, itching, feverish palms, with
brittle, shapeless nails and painful finger
enas, tins treatment is simpiy wonaeriui,
frequently curing m a single application.
In no other ailment have Cuticura boap
and Cuticura Ointment been more ef
When a man is bound to bptk into
business, he says, "Competition is the
life of trade."' but he soon . find? out
different. YW.sbingtnn (la.) Democrat.
A "World Wide Reputation.
Wherever men are there will be illness,
and wherever people are ill Dodd's Kid
ney irills wul be iound a blessing, feolely
on their merits have they pushed then
way into almost every part ot the civil
ized world. Their reputation as an hon
est medicine that can always be relied ou
has been built up by the grateful praise
of those who have been cured. The two
following letters indicate just how the
reputation of this remedy knows no geo
graphical bounds. The sick and sufTenna
all over the world are asking for Dodd's
I have leen suffering for some months
from a Kidney complaint, 'lhe doctor
who attended nie recommended me to take
your "Dodd's Kidney l'il!3." .After two
boxes I got some relief. 13ut unfortunate
ly I have not been able to go on with the
treatment, being unable to find any Pills
The Chemist who sold roe the two boxes
has informed me thnt he had sent an or
der for some, and has been keeping roe
waiting for more than one month, this
is tbe reason why I am writing to you
to request you to have the goodness to
send me by return of post six boxes for
which J will pay as soon as J receive them
from the nost.
Kindlv Jet me know at the same timj
where your branch agency in Kgj-pt ia
to be found. Thanking ycu in anticipa
"Immeubles Litires de 1'Etat",
Office of the Minister of
1 want to pnrchare six boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills, but J don't know exactly
where to apply at Bufalo or London. I
juppose thev can be ent by express or
registered mail from either place. Please
advise me of how to proceed in order to
get the pills without delay.
J. P. Simon son.
Vibore. V, Mark,
Jersev applejack is said to prevent
hydrophobia and cause "snakes.1 The
economic and moral tatui of the fluid
is thus open to debate. N. Y. World.
K. C. S. Almanac for 1904.
The Kansas Citv Sonthprn Kailwav
company 8 Annual Almanac is now readv
for distribution. It contains the usual
monthly calendars, many useful household
hints and information concerning the
Country in Missouri, Arkansas, The Indian
Territory, Texas and Louisiana. Write
for a copy to. S. G. Warner, Gen. Pass.
& Tkt. Agt. K. C. S. Ry., Kansas City,
Utopian existence means a mode of ilfe
where the other fellow has to divide with
you. Chicago Tribune.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot
Ease. A certain cure for swolien.-sweatinsr,
nor,, acning leer. At an druggists, zoc. ao
cent no substitute. Trial paokaee FREE.
Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
In the bricht and shininz lexicon of do-
Vv.ical candidates, many are boomed and
lew escape being boomeranged. Judge.
: u i u- a a. i
ua not Dei'.eve ri s ure lor yououui- i
F. Boyer, Tr;ruty Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
A peanut has no lees, but we have often
een a peanut .tand.-.V. Y. Weekly.
HOW TO PACK AWAY EGGS.
Preservation in Water Glass Is
Method Highly Favored by
The most simple and efficient method
of preserving eggs for several months
Is by covering them with a solution of
water glass. This preparation has been
tested by various experiment stations
and has proved to be the best of any
methods yet discovered, except artifi
cial cold storage. It Is being used to
some extent in a commercial way, as
well as by many farmers and house
keepers who wish to pack away eggs in
spring when they are cheap and plenty
for use during the fall-and winter
Strictly fresh, clean eggs are neces
sary to put down. Stale or dirty eggr
will not keep well. Eggs f hould not ba
washed. They should packed, pref
erably small end down, in a stone jar
or other suitable vessel, which should
be placed in a cool, dark place. To ten
or 15 quarts of water, wlrch has been
boiled and cooled, add one quart water
glass (sodium silicate), which may be
obtained of most druggists
grade of water glass should be used.
The vessel should be kept tightly cov
ered to prevent evaporation. If tha
eggs are kept in too warm a place the
silicate i3 deposited and the eggs are
not properly protected. The solution
may be prepared, placed In the jar and
fresh eggs added from time to time un-
til the jar is full, but be sure that there
. . . . , , . ,
is fully two inches of the solution cov-
ering the eggs.
The eggs may be taken out from
time to time as needed. They may bo
covered wilh a jelly-Uke solution,
which is easilj- washed off. All packed
eggs contain a little gas. and in boiling
the shell will crack. This may be pre
vented by making a pinhole in the
large end of the egg Defore cookinf
One farmer in Maine reports preserv
ing 6,000 dozen eggs last season by
this method. He sold th.?m in Decem
ber and January and received the same
price that strictly fresh eggs sold for.
While eggs preserved !n this way are
not as good as new-laid eggs, they are
better than the usual
lun of fresh
v. v.o1 of v.a ct.iraa nrn
TO PREVENT BUMBLE FOOT,
Place the Hoosts of the Hens Low and
Eave the Floor Covered
Bumble foot is an enlargement of
the feet of fowls, and is generally
caused by bruises due to the fowls
alighting heavily when Ibey fly down
from their perches. The trouble oc
curs most frequently with heavy birds
which generally have poor powers ol
flight, when their weight is compared
to that of their wing power. The light
er fowls, having more flying power,
licht easily, and their fret are no
bruised. When heavy fowls are per
mitted to perch high, it is a common
thing to see them come down from
their roosts light on their feet and
-- Thi. alio-.ii inc is nftpn
, . , , j trKln
areomnaniea uy a iiaru uiuiuu. iuia
is the prevailing cause cf bumble foot
The results of such bruises are swell
ings in which pus develops. If these
swellings are lanced end the pus i
escapes the feet regain their normal
size. If the pus is not permitted to
escape it ultimately forms a cheesy
mass and the enlargement 13 perma
nent. The way to prevent oumme
font is to place the roosts low and
have the floor covered with litter.
This makes it possible for the fowls
to come down off the roosts without
HOUSE FOR WARM CLIMATE.
Ju3t the Thing for Farms Where th
Poultry Is Moved Around in
One of the houses which I use has a
shed attached to one side, in which tho
chicks are placed after taken from the
small coops. The house proper is 7x12
feet and six feet to th5 caves. It has
CHEAP POULTRY HOUSE.
a honth door with drop curtain and an
cast window. The roosts are on th
east Fide ana iwo rows 01 nests uu
west side. It holds 18 pullets and on
rooster. The house is built of redwood
lumber and the roof of shakes, with a
lath-covered window. Mrs. Helene
Hough, in Orange Judd Farmer.
POULTRY YARD POINTERS
Wood ashes in the dusting box make!
plumage dingy. Better use road dusi
and coal ashefc. .
Don't fail to provide grit for your
fowls. I nothing else is to ue nad.
pound up broken crockery.
Dry tobacco will not Kill lice on hen
We have seen fowls driven by lice fron
nests made of pure strong tobacco.
While it is pome trouble to white
wash the houses twice a year, it pays
and it pays to use carbolic acid in tht
If you have no spray pump to white
wash with, the tinner will make you a
tin squirt gun for 25 cents that will
throw the wash into every crack.
If the rcosts are suspended by rods
from the rafters ar.d not allowed to
touch the Fides of the house. yo- will
have much less trouble with lice.
To the writer's mind the ideal poultry
house is one with plastered walls and
ceiling, and with a cement floor. In
such a house fumigation is a success.
Old Combs in New Frames.
In putting eld comb in new frames,
see tnai you get mem rigni ecge up.
just as they hung in the old hive. The
threads used for winding the frames
should be taken out in a day or two;
the bees will then have fastened the old
comb to the bars. Comb too small to
ii M wVirla frames r-an lux nut i-n t.
nieces, ana u is wunuenui now me Dees
. , . j , .,- .
will fit them together so nicely, that it
is hardly pcssiDie to detect that you
t- tmrt mirfl'imtv v-anric nn tom
r, -Ho Fi'rm.r.
society WMEGKED iiRTgFEj
A woman In society Is obliged to keep
late hours. She must attend receptions
and balls. She seldom allows herself a
ntilot ovontntr hnmfl. TTer whole time
in inumintr on m trpmpnts nr
entertaining in her nj.
M Her system becomes completely run
flown as a consequence. She soon finds
liei Dtii ill VUUUiVlVM .UwM J
temic catarrh. This has also been called
If every society woman could know
the value of Peruna at such a time, if
they could realize the Invigorating,
strengthening eirect tnai x-eruna woum
have, how much misery coum db
Letters from Boclety women an over
the United States testify to the fact that
Peruna Is the tonic for a run down,
depleted nervous system.
the merit of CASCARETS.
friends how jrood they are.
price to anyone who fails to
I CQ3CANDY CATHARTIC.
V V " A., -ft JV V 4k .l"-:it5V -it tf? I FV h
Now that sounds like a liberal offer, but these single 10c sales alone
don't count for success. It's your cure and your jrood word for
Cascarets that will make them famous in the future as in the
past. Start with a box today. 10c, 35c, 60c, all drug-gists. Free
sample and booklet. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chgo. or N.Y.
Best for the Bowels
For all kinda and aires of Store
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SOUTHERN FOUNDRY CO., Owensboro, Kentucky.
The republic of Panama will soon be
geographically described as a long, nar
row body of water bounded on each side
by the Monroe doctrine. Washington
Sneakinz of current political repartee.
how would you like to be called a cipher
with the rini off? Boston Herald.
Bone or Back Pains, Swollen Joints
THROUGH THE BLOOD
By Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
TO PROVE IT, B.B.B. SENT FREE,
W e want every reader of this paper who has rheum
atism to send us bis or her name. We will send them
by return mail a sample of Botanic Blood Balm, the
wonderful blood remedy, which has cured, to stay
cured, more old deep-seated.obstinate cases of rheum
atism than all other remedies, doctors, hot springs or
liniments combined. Botanic Blood Balm kills the
uric acid poison in tha blood, in Its place giving
pu e red, nourishing blood, (ending a rich, tingling
Hood of warm blood direct to the paralyzed nerves,
bones and joints, giving- warmth and strength Just
here ft is needed, and in this way making a perfect
cure. B.tJ.tJ. has cured hundreds ot cases where the
sufferer has been doubled up for years, or where the
joints had been swollen so long thev were almost brittle
and perfectly rigid and stiff, yet B.B. B. unlimbered the
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Bone rlns, sciatica, or shooting pains up and down
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Weak, Inactive Kidneys.
One of the causes of Rheumatism is due to kidneys
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Tired, Nervous, Aching, Trem-
Pe-ru-na Renovates, Regulates,
A Pretty New York Woman's
Recovery the Talk of Her
Mrs. J. E. Finn, SC East High street.
Buffalo. N. Y.. writes:
Peruna Medicine Co.. Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen'. A few years ago
I had to give up social life entirely
as my health was completely broken
down. The doctor advised a com
plete rest for a year. As this was
out of the question tor a time, i ve
gan to look for some other intatts
of restoring my health.
"I had often heard of Peruna as
an excellent tonic, so I bought a bot
tle to see zchat it would do for me,
and it certainly took hold of tny
system and rejuvenated me, and in
less than txco months I was tn per
fect health, and now zchen I feet
zvorn out or tired a dose or two of
Peruna is all that I need: Mrs.
J. E. Pinn.
Mrs. J. "W. Reynolds, Elkton, Ohio,
"I owe my health and life to Peruna.
We rarely call in a physician, in fact it
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