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SCOTT COUNTY KICKER, BENTON, MISSOURI.
Yield. To Lydia E. Pink,
Elkhart, Ind.:-" I Buffered for four
teen years from organic inflammation.
pain and irregular!-
Ittee. The paina in
my aides wen In-
J creased by walking
I or standing on mv
I feet and I had such
awful bearintr down
1 feelings, was de-
I pressed In spirits
I and became thin and
pale with dull, heavy
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary renei. i deemed to give Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair
trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have
now used the remedies for four months
and cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
" If these lines will be of any benefit
you have my permission to publish
them." Mrs. Sadie Williams, 466
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
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SOME HARM 1 MOONLIGHT
Scientists Have Been Giving the Mat
. ter Attention and Now Ara Out
The alleged harmfulaess of moon
light Is at last receiving scientific at
tention. It seems that the light of the
moon, heing reflected, is polarised;
that is, the vibrations are in one plane
Instead of all planes, as In light com
ing directly from its source. It is
also said that It has less germicidal
power than direct light, and that de
cay Is therefore quicker.
All this may be true, and It may ex
plain some of the folklore as to moon
light. We have so long believed these
tales to be the myths of primitive peo
ples that we are not Inclined to take
any suggestions in this line seriously.
They are really mistaken attempts at
tbe scientific explanation of phe
nomena noticed for the first time.
The folk-tales seem to have orig
inated in lands of very clear atmos
phere, and it is extremely doubtful
whether in northern misty climates
moonlight has any ocular or nervous
effect one way or the other. Still we
are often surprised at the facts elicited
from still more blzzare investigations.
Surely polarized light must have in
jurious rectlnal effects, and it might
be well to find out that much.
ONLY A FEW PIMPLES
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GETTING MOST FROM TURKEY
If Fowls Are Tama They Will Lay in
Improvised Neatt Confine Poults
in a Dry Place.
About the last of February place
some old barrels on their sides, with
straw or leaves In them, around in
good places, with a few hens' eggs in
them, and, says a writer In Farmer's
Guide, If your turkeys are tame they
will lay In the nests you have fixed for
them, and you wMl have very little
trouble hunting nests.
While the weather Is cool bring in
the eggs before they are chilled, and
It they are turned every day you can
save them until all tbe hens are
through the first laying, then set one
ortwo, and put the balance under
chicken hens, giving all the poults to
the turkey hens, letting the other tur
keys sit after second laying, as the
third laying is too late to make good
turkeyB. When the eggs begin to
hatch watch them to see that the
shells do not get slipped over some of
the other eggs and smother the little
After tbe eggs are nil hatched leave
the mother alone as long as she will
stay in the nest. Then confine her
with the poults in a coop until they
have learned her call, as they will folr
Had Enough of War.
After a season in the trendies, knee
deep in mud and water, yet not hav
ing seen one of the enemy in all that
time, Private Cox was Invalided
home. After relating all the adven
tures which he and his comrades had
experienced, ho concluded, "And now
I comes 'ome lull Of bloody rheuma
tism an' I 'opes I never see a bloody
Such a Wallop!
"What are you two girls talking
"Nothing are your ears burning?"
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
An eminent physician
lays down these simple rules for better
1. Drink lots of water. 2. Eat slowly. 3. Chew your
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it shortly after meals and chew until the "full" feeling
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low anything off the first day or two
Altar they get strong on their lags,
let the mother out after the dew is off
the grass, and lot her take her babies
for a Itroll to catch insects, but be
sure they nre back in their coop be
fore sundown. I never really confine
the poults after the first day, except
while it is raining, but confine the
liens and let the little ones go in and
out of tlie coops at will.
I feed corn bread and curds with
black pepper sprinkled on tlieni, and
feed all they will clean up, at least
every two hours, and oftener when
the weather is so they have to be con
fined. There is a great deal written
about feeding young turkeys, and it
seems to be the easiest way out of it.
when anyone loses turkeys, to tell
tiiein they have been feeding too
much. But I think it could be often
er traced to lice, for with good sweet
feed properly fed, it Is impossible to
feed too much on free range, for they
can eat but little at a time, and with
their rapid growth nnd feathering,
they cannot make fine birds when they
are stunted for feed.
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"Mabel Is certainly a great one for
looking on the bright side of tilings.
At the wedding the other day, l said
what a pity it was raining so. and
.hat do you think she answered?"
"That as every thlUfJ else was so
In harmony with the decorations, it
was lucky the bride carried h shower
GET FAR FROM ALL DANGER
OF WHEAT-TIED UP
LITTLE HINTS ABOUT DUCKS
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Necessary That Quarters Be Dry at
All Times Young Fowls Require
Fairly Damp Mash.
Although ducks will spend a great
deal of time in the water if it is al
ways accessible, when they return to
their quarters they require a perfect
ly dry place.
The straw or litter, which should
always be cut fine, must be removed
as soon as it becomes damp or filthy.
Care in this matter will prevent weak
ness of the legs and other troubles.
Do not feed young ducks dry food.
They require a fairly damp mash
until they are about a month old. The
first few meals will consist of stale
bread, moistened with a little milk
and mixed with a very small portion
of fine grit.
After the fifth or sixth day' a little
finely chopped, well cooked meat
: should be added to the duckllne's
Cooked Meat Is Beneficial.
Poultry, especially when confined,
' are benefited by an occasional feed of j
' cooked meat. For this purpose lean ,
meat that will divide readily into !
' fibers resembling small worms is very j
: tempting to fowls. But do not Kive j
i much fat meat. It is muscle and bone
and feather-making material that they j
i need, and fat meat supplies none of i
' these, while lean meat contains them ,
Place for Ousting Box.
Tbe dusting box should be placed
j where the sun falls on It the larger
j part of a wintry day. Sand, ashes
! and road dust is best material. Have
' the box high enough so that the dust
i ing hen will not throw out too much
dust. A piece of board nailed about
the edges and extending in will pre-
rent this. Occasionally place a good
, vermin killer in this box.
Glass In Poultry House.
You can have too much glass In
your poultry house, both winter and
; summer, for In summer glass concen
trates the beat and holds it until far
into the night, and in winter the
glass fathers frost and freezes every
thing near It.
Place for Perches.
In planning a hen bouse, place the
perches as far as possible from the
windows and doors so as to avoid
Feed Soma Grain.
A very little grain, fed regularly,
will go a long way in making the flock
There Will Still. However. Be a
Heavy Deficit of the World's
A grain expert who has beet, watch
ing the grain markets and the world's
grain fields for a number of years,
"There is at the present time about
two billion bushels of wheat, the pro
duction of the countries at war, tied
tip. This Is about or.e-half the world's
total production of wheat, which is
four billion bushels. One writer ar- I
gues that, granting that the warring
nations produce a one-half crop in
the coming year, a deficit of one bil
lion bushels will still be shown. The
three countries upon which the filling
of this deficit of one billion bushels
will rest are the Vnited States, Can- I
adn, and Argentina. The combined
output of these three countries is only
1,149,000,000, their exportable surrlus
would of course be much less, so It
can easily be seen that the question
is not one to be easily solved and it
behooves all the above countries to
Increase their respective productions
as much as they possibly can, for
when the war is over and trade begins
to re-establish itself and the nations
undergo a process of rehabilitation,
the demand for all breadstuft's will be
"During the three years following
the declaration of peace the farmers
of all neutral wheat-producing coun
tries will have ample opportunity to
market their wheat at good prices,
and it may safely be assumed that the
demand will be heavy. Canada has
an unusual opportunity In that she
has the natural environment for wheat
production; she is under the protec
tion of the Prltish flag, and 6he will
not be molested upon the water to
any great extent; she can Increase
her acreage and greatly enhance her
production. In other words, she can
become a far greater wheat-producing
country than she is at the present
If the summing-up as made by this ex
pert be correct, is there not the very
best reason for the continued effort
that is being made by the Government
of the Dominion of Canada to secure
settlers on the productive vacant
lands of the country? Not only are
these lands capable of producing high
class wheat In large quantities, but
cattle, pigs, abeep and horses also do
well. The climate la admirably suited.
In the Breeding Season Ccncic:s Roost
in the Most Broken and
There is a splendid specimen of the
male condor In glass rae i:i the
bird room of the children .- museum in
Brooklyn. Though h- stalls feet
high, the spread of his wings is nine
"The condors live throughout the
Andes, principally in Chile and Peru.
Their favorite haunts are the level of
perpetual snow." w rlt Mis.-, Anna B.
tlallup In the .Museum News, "During
a portion of the year condors roost in
the trees on the lower mountain
slopes, but in the breeding seaion tthe
summer months ot November and De- 1
comber) they retire to the most
broken uud territic preclpli i s, H'.ouu j
to 16,000 feet above the sea level, j
where no other creature can dwell.
There, on a ltdge or shelf of rock, the j
female lays two whlt egg nearly
four inches in length. Som, times she
places a few s'icks aruund them, per
haps to keep them from rolling out of
Alter about seven w--i;. in Feb
ruary or early in March, the young
batch, entirely covered with soft white
down that afterward turns tu a brown
Samson Lad just wandered Into the
"For the love of Mik-!" they ex
claimed, "who cut your hair?"
And Samson, muttering something
about Delilah, rushed in the cold,
bl-ak outer da; Miess.
Hut he said nothing about it being a
relic of barbarism. Philadelphia Pub
i No War Tax on Homestead Land in Canada
j Tho report lh:ir a wai' tar i. to In? plaol on
Bonkeatcftd Utnda io Wvattra Camuhi tiainp
i t Pii bIy8h ooaaldaMlilo clrovla4lon n tbe
j Uniifii states, tbm i to ftdvlaa all tnQalvtfft
Th.t ;tu su' b ta Las Iweh placed, m r there
. any Intention to plnoa a war us of uuy nature
on anita land. o :ni i) v d. Boott si.pt. of
Immigration. Ot law a, Canada, March $tb, 1 915.
Cnildren of Today.
if you don't give me a piece or your
chocolate. Edith. I'll tell mamma tbal
you are secretly :.h'agt-d "
It's a cai-e minority rule In a
home where tune la fl bah...
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
br Cutter'a BlaeUsi Pilta. Lun-
prt." .1. fresU. : . .:tu; preferred hy
w.-u-m hUjcki.iPti. beuaufte ihfv
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P B a Writ,- for oookl't and tetthuonliiie.
r m 10-doie akee. Rlaealti PHIa 11.00
UaUW 5' Juw s. OlackJaa Pilll 4.09
Vt &uy lnjcrtor. tul Cutter'a PsU
Thr mirif rtnrl'y el Cottar pnnmci!i In due to nter ift
yoar- nr ?pclHl!Tig l; vaceinea and serums only.
I milt on Cutter a. ir ,i order dlrvot.
Tk. Cutter LaMrutoni. Berkeley. Cat., er CDleaio. Ill'
U.. ST. LOUIS. NO. U-1915.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO
AND THE PACIFIC COAST
Low round trip fares are now in :
effect via the Scenic Highway of the
Northern Pacific R . to California'! Ex
positions via the North Pacific Coast.
These tickets permit liberal stop-overs
and enable the tourist to include both
Expositions as well as a stop-over at
Yellowstone National Park via Gardi
If you w ill advise w hen you w ill plan
your western trip. I will be pleased to '
quote rates, send a copy of our hand
Eome Expositions folder as well as
Yellowstone National Park and travel
literature, and assist you in any way
possible in planning your 1915 vaca
tion trip A. Mi Cleland, General Pas
longer Agent, "1T Northern Facltic
Ky , St. Paul, Minnesota. Adv.
asJ i ml
Let It Stand Between
Your Motor and Deterioration
Hundreds of thousands of
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alone all ucn f, POLAR'
IXE in the last ttvtn yeai t
know the protection, the effi
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Do YOU knpw this oil?
an oil sufficiently fluid
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an oil of maximum dura
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body at any motor speed or
an oil that pays A ;.' its
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but by maintaining a high re
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Why experiment? when the
greatest of all specialists in
matters of lubricatiun have
experimented for you. Use
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AN INr.IANA "H I 111
cokpop.atic.n; micago, in.
Use RED CROWN Gasoline. It meant More
Power, More Speed, More Mile per Gallon
Had Conductor Guessing.
"I want to be procrastinated at de
nex' corner," said the negro passen
ger. "You want to be what" demanded
"Don't lose your temper. I had to
look in de dictionary myse'f befo' 1
found out dat 'procrastination' means
'put off.' "
"Why did you call your mother when I
I tried to kiss you?"
"I I I didn't think she was in the
bOUSO." Birmingham Age-Herald.
YOUR OWN rtRTGOIST wnx TKLI. TOO
Try Irfurlno Kv Hcruedy for K, ;l Wt-as. Watery
Ky.'S and (irunuluw-d Byclldt.: No Smarting
itibt Kyo coiuturl Write fur Book ol tlte Kye
sy luuil Fre. Mm inn t. w Ueuieily Co., C BlOSSO
Only a fool would allow his dazzling
prospects to make him blind to his
You may Just as well tell your wile
the truth; she'll find it out, an; way.
Nightly coughing nd torturing throat
tickle quickly relieved by Dean's Mentho
lated Cough Drops 5c at all Druggists.
Gas Is used in pulling teeth and
selling mining stocks.
Canada is CallingVbu
to her RichWheat Lands
"She extends to Americans a hearty in
vitation to settle on her FREE Home
stead lands of 160 acres each or secure
some of the low priced lands in Mani
toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
This year wheat is higher but Canadian land just
as cheap, so the opportunity is more attractive than
ever. Canada wants you to help to feed the world
by tilling some of her soil land similar to that
which during many years has averaged 20 to 45
bushel of wheat to tbe acre. Think what you
can make with wheat around $1 a bushel and
land so easy to get. Wonderful yields also of
Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
is fully as profitable an industry as grain
The Government th year is asking
farmers to put increase acreage into
(Train. Military servicers not com
pulsory in Canada but there is a great demand for farm labor to replace the many,
young men who have volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and
agreeable, railway facilitiea excellent, good schools and churches convenient.
Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Superintendent
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
6. . COOK, 125 West Mh Street, haasas
City. Mlsssari; C. J. DMHIHTON, Issa
112. 112 West Adasu Sliest. CUcaee. III.
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