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Richest lt Heating Qualities
fOn MACKACHI. RHEUMATISM,
KIDNEYS AND S) LADDER
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
WHY THE FIFTH MAN LEFT
He Wore a Wig and ths Other Four
Men at the Table Were Bald
lu t'ii emoklng room of a west
bound ocean liner two days out from
an English port flvo men pat at a
-small eanm" of poker. When the
chips had been cashed In thq men re
tained their places, and presently one
if the party mild: "This la funny;
four bald beads out of a posBlblo
live," nnd then there was a discussion
as to th cuukps of baldness, In which
nil took part except the unafTllcled
man, who was a good listener for a
hlle. He then bade the. others good
i.ight. When he had gone the young
, .(it of the group, who" was less bald
ilian tli J others, said: "Do you know
liy Mr. Dlank mudo tho gutawny?
He wears a wig, and Is probably ou
l aid as any of ub." And for the rest
i 1 the Journey Mr. Blank's head was
ilie object of study at a distance
ior he never again appeared In the
Joke en Hn Clerical Brother.
Two brothers named Chalmers, one
n minister and the other a physician,
lived together In a western town. Ono
day a man called at the house and
Bskcd for Mr. Chalmers. Tho physi
cian, who answered the door, replied:
"1 am he."
"You've changed considerably since
1 last heard you preach," said tho
man, who appeared greatly aston
ished. "Oh, It's my brother you want to
see; ho preaches and I pructlce."
Business for Father.
Tho Kinull daughter of a practicing
physician, who evidently haa an eye
to business, told her mother, In no un
certain terms, that she must call at
ence on tholr new neighbor.
"And why muni I call on her?" ask
ed the mother, amused at the child's
"Well, In the first place," explained
the little lady, "they've got three of
the scrawniest kids, and the mother
herself don't look very strong."
Getting Along Fine at School.
Now that school haa been "going"
several weeks parents are beginning
to Inquire, of their young hopefuls as
to their progress. The other day a
mother out on Harrison boulevard,
while eating luncheon with her six-year-old,
"And how are you gotting along In
"Oh," replied Dorothy between
mouthfuls of bread and milk, "just
fine! I and Francos Smith are the
smartest and best dressed girls In
the school." Kansas City Star.
The Greatest Woman,
Who was or Is the greatest woman
In all history? Two hundred teach
ers answered the question and with
enthusiasm and unanimity the Judges
awarded the prize to the one who
made this reply: "The wife of the
farmer of moderate means who does
her own cooking, washing. Ironing,
sewing, brings up a family of boys
and girls to be useful member of so
ciety, and finds time for Intellectual
Youthful Woman Pastor.
Rev. Miss Ina L. Morgan, of the
Methodist church of Qeorgetown and
Arrowsic, Me., Is the youngest woman
pastor In New England. She Is In her
early twenties and has been engaged
In church work for nearly four years,
having received a license In 1908 from
HiHhop John W. Hamilton, of Worces
ter. The beauty doctors tell us that rest
is a great beautlfler but they never
.ite the tramp aa an example.
At the ago of forty a man begins to
He and unlearn.
IT'S THE FOOD.
The True Way to Correct Nervous
Nervous troubles are more often
caused by Improper food and Indiges
tion than most people imagine. Even
doctors sometimes overlook this fact.
A man Baya:
'Tntil two years ago waffles and
butter with meat and gravy were the
main features of my breakfast. Finally
dyspepsia came on and I found myself
In a bad condition, worse in the morn
Ing than any other time. I would have
a full, sick feeling In my stomach.
'Uh pains In my heart, sides and
"At times I would have no appetite,
for days, then I would feel ravenous,
never satisfied when I did eat and so
nervous I felt like shrieking at the
fop of my voice. I lost flesh badly and
hardly knew which way to turn until
one day I bought a box of Grape-Nuts
food to see If I could eat that. I tried
It without telling the doctor, and liked
it fine; made me feel as if I had some
thing to eat that was satisfying and
"till I didn't have that heaviness that
I had ftlt after eating any other food.
"I hadn't drank any coffee then In
"ve weeks. 1 kept on with the Grape
Nuts and in a month and a half I had
rained 15 pounds, could eat almost
'"'ything I wanted, didn't feel bndly
;fter eating and my nervousness wns
"11 Rone, it's a pleasure to be well
Name given by Fostum Co., Ilattle
('rret, MiPn. rtead the book. "The
"oad to Wellville." in pkgs. "There's
Kr rad ho aba letterr A
"lP'np4 from time to tlmr. Tli-y
ZlT. "!. tm, sad fall of kwu
MOTES f ROtt
William Pitt ?'W.t
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The cry is for hos.
Use only puro-brc-d siren.
Turn the sheep In the orchard.
Scrub cows aiijunr In every herd
Kxcesslve sweating In a horse Indi
A pasture arranged to Include n few
Rhado trees Is 25 per cent, better.
If the potatoes are beginning to
'prout in the ground, dig them at
Exposure to dampness makes the
wool harsh and brittle and the fiber
The growth and feeding value of
the soy bean is quite like that of the
Get n die nnd stamp your Initials
on the cream or milk cans. Paint will
rub off In time.
If you want a lasting cement use
melted alum. It hardens at once and
wuter does not affect it.
The pigs will eat up slick and clean
the corn and stalks of that Held which
Is soft and not fit to crib.
Oil meal Is greatly relished by
lambs, and helps greatly In obtaining
a fine finish for the market
The work of lice Is often ' mistaken
for disease. When a fowl seems to
e ailing look for lice first.
The development of the young
horse, requires the exercise of the
best Judgment In handling him.
One advantage In keeping feed al
ways before poultry Is that they do
not have to hurry to get their meals.
.Fruit growing and poultry raising
go well together. Anyone following
either will do well to consider the
Got a harness punch? It costs only
u quarter and with a package of
copper rivets breaks can be mended
In a Jiffy.
The silo today furnishes the most
economical, the safest and the best
means of storing the corn crop for
Wheat bran Is an excellent feed
for dairy cows and calves, but at $30
per ton or more. It Is a little rich
tor most feeders.
Although certain pessimists claim
that the dairy market will soon be
overstocked, present prices give no In
dication of the sign.
As a result of the activities of the
reclamation bureau, 14,000 farms are
now being watered and a million acres
are being put in crops.
Cabbage will sometimes cure slob
ber in horses caused by eating white
clover; but it is better to keep the
clover away from the horses.
Try putting a pinch of copperas In
the watering trough once or twice
a month. Better still, Bcrub out the
trough and spray thoroughly with a
The Iowa experiment station has
discovered that feeding mangles and
sugar beets to cows is dangerous,
and If continued for any considerable
period will prove fatal.
Will you feed the hogs In the mud
this winter, or build a feeding floor
which may cost S10 or $100, accord
ing to the size of your herd, but It
will pay for itself every time.
Red raspberries do not. thrive In the
west as well as we could wish. They
seem to like a moister, cooler climate
better. They are also more likely to
winter-kill in the west than the black
The best care for a well-developed
case of roup is the ax. Better lose
the individual bird than endanger the
entire flock. If we nip the slight colds
In the bud, we need not fear the ap
pearance of roup.
The dairyman may have plenty of
chores to do, but be la getting an in
come every day In the year. He isn't
like the exclusive grain raiser, a mil
lionaire three months in the year and
S pauper the rest of the time.
Although summer will booh bo over
there still remain 30 days in which
rummer heat will at timeB prevail.
While hls weather continues remem
ber that the hotter the water the
(leaner tho milk things can be kept.
Keep after tho weeds.
Prepare a plot for alfalfa.
Prune grape vines In the fall.
Keep all. refuse out of tho gar Jen.
Kindness heats gruffness In getting
work out of horses.
If you find an extrr. good pumpkin
or squash bo sure to save the seeds.
Kquul parts of corn and outs nre
hard to excel as a grain feed for
iA pile of coal ashes and salt will
eei the hogs close to any spot where
It lir a.
Kvt ry farmer should have a small ;
wheel seeder and a small wheel gar- 1
Sheep are almost essential In main
taining the fertility and rlennllness
of the land.
Selling all the hay and grain raised
on the farm is a sure method of sell
ing the farm.
,Kvos that are broad and long will
make good mothers and produce vig
Creamery butter has an advantage
over all the other kinds because of Its
greater uniformity. j
The value of corn slluge to the beef
producer is not limited to its uso in
winter feeding alone.
To secure a good brood sow, an
even development Is required from
pig brood to maturity.
Do you return your saw and ham
mer to any particular place when you
are through with them?
No land Is so rich that Its owner
can afford to waste the manure that
is made by his farm stock.
It Is estimated that ten years of
single cropping will wear out any
but the very richest of soil.
The development of the young
horse requires the exercise of the
best Judgment In handling him.
Water thoroughly when the soli Is
dry to touch, but never "sprinkle"
roses when they need watering.
Crops muBt be gathered In proper
condition and sent to tho market
fresh and, clean. Careful grading Is
This Is the month when most of the
silos in the corn belt are filled. It
costs money to do this now, but next
winter the dividends will surely be
It Is generally conceded that the
best time to sell chickens Is from
the first of January to the first of
The bright eye, red comb, smooth,
bright, well-kept pludlage, activity
and a keen appetite. Indicate the
Good sheep require good care to
maintain their excellence. Poor
sheep are always a burden upon the
rest of the flock.
Toss thoBe aggravating rocks from
the wagon track before the freeze-up
or you may just count on Jolting over
them all winter long.
Alfalfa growers of Kansas consider
the best antidote for grasshoppers to
be a turkey or two to the sere to
range over their alfalfa fields.
The pig Is merely a meat-producing
machine, and the more he Is
fed with good Judgment, of course
the more meat he will turn over.
The man with a clear conscience
and patches on his trousers gets more
out of this world than the man who
goes beyond his means to be fashion
able. Rats are an enemy to squabs. The
pigeon loft should be made proof
against them. Rid the premises of
them by the aid of traps as faBt as
Select a breed and stick to It. Con
siderable time Is required to lulld up
a good flock and nothing Is rnde by
continual changing. Always keep pure
The time to lay In plenty of winter
feed Is when you can get It. This
moutfi Is the one to cut corn and while
you are cutting, cut enough so you
will then be likely to have about
To Insure the highest per cent, of
fertility In the eggs, stock ducks
need bathing water, but this does
not necessarily mean that they must
have a stream or lake on which to
There has boen much complaint re
cently of the large percentage of
8Kiled eggs to the case. Some of this
trouble, it is declared, is dun to the
storage of eggs near onions, oils or
other things with pronounced odors.
The feed now in sight will give you
a pretty good Idea as to how much
stock you can carry over winter. It is
the best policy to have a little too
much feed than to be a little short; It
means all the difference between thin
stock and those in good condition.
WOMEN AS NATURAL ENEMIES
Writer Advances Some Good Reasons
Why This Unfortunate Condition
"The average v. email now becins
that study of society which will nu rgo
ultimately with the marriage cam
paign. She makes ninny discoveries
which oho admits frankly to herself.
She comes to many conclusions," Kays
Inez Haynes Olllinore la Harper's Hii-;;.-ir,
"which sink i:nio!'c. (l into In r
subconscious mind If marriage, ior
Instance, is her natural career, then
men are her t'.a'urnl prey.
"Hut unfortunately there are never
( t:ough men In her world to po round;
ai d of those r,'o in "hum she tnn;. hope
to choose some are much more desir
iiMo than others. Naturally s!ie pre
fers the desirable om s -I. v.. the
'eligible.' Hnt iiiid here she runs
1'Kainst her first olistac.lo--overy oth
er Muni'1 woman in her circle has
enme to the same conclusion. Krom
the Instant she realizes this she
must declare war on every other mem
her of her sex.
"Men must often wonder at that ml
unto and merciless i xamtnation to
which, on a first met ting, every
woman submits every other wom
an. Men must often marvel at the
power of quick observation which
women always develop In these cir
cumstances. This Is only the swift
interrogation with which a warrior
purveys tho arms of his opponent.
Women are forever discovering new
nnd complex weapons in the posses
sion of rivals. And, perhaps, the
most terrifying element In the situa
tion Is psychological her sense of
batllment, In thut she cannot judge of
women for men uny more than they
can judge of men for her. Kvery oth
er woman becomes lnr enemy. To
succeed In her world she must play a
lone hand and a cut throat game."
BREAKING OUT ON LEG
Hilltop, Kan. "About two years ago
I began to notice a breaking out on my
leg. At first It was very small but
soon It began to spread until it formed
large blotches. Tho itching wss ter
rible and almost constant. Many
nights I could not sleep at all. After
scratching It to relieve the itching It
would burn so dreadfully that I
thought I could not stand It. For near
ly a year I tried all kinds of salves
and ointment, but found no relief.
Some salves seemed to make It worse
until there were ugly sores, which
would break open and run.
"One day I saw an advertisement of
Cutlcura Remedies. I got a sample of
the Cutlcura 8oap and Cutlcura Oint
ment and began by washing the sores
with tho Cuticura Soap, then applying
the Cutlcura Ointment twice, a day.
I noticed a change and got more Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment and in a few
weeks I was cured. It has healed so
nicely that no scar remains." (Signed)
Mrs. Anna A. Lew, Doc. 17, 1911.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32 p. Skin Book. Address
poet-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston."
In a boarding house for bachelors,
Amanda, typical "Mammy," looked af
ter the guests' comfort in true south
ern style so well that one of the men
thought be would take her away with
him In the summer in the capacity of
housekeeper. Toward spring be way
laid her In the hall one day and said:
"Mandy, do you like the country?"
Mandy reckoned she did.
"Would you like to go away with
me this summer and keep bouse for
Mandy was sure she would.
"Suppose I get just a bungalow. Do
you think you could take care of it
nicely by yourself?"
Mandy gasped and rolled her eyes.
"'Deed, no, massa! Reckon you all
better get somebody else; I don't
know notbln' about taking care of any
animals!" Harper's Magazine.
New China Currency.
The new Chinese dollars of the
Chinese republic are objects of much
curiosity among the natives. They
carry English cn the obverse side and
Chinese on tho reverse, with the pic
ture of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, founder of
Inspiration that comes in bottles Is
alien adulterated with regrets.
Important to Mothers)
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Why does ho wear such a swim
ming suit as that?"
"For divers reasons."
Hold him a friend who kindly points
Smokers find LEWIS' Single Hinder So
cimtr better quality than most lUc cigar.
What our neighbors haven't may
make us appreciate what we have.
Mrs. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
terthlne. eoftrue tlir gum, rrtlurea Inflainoia
lieu, allay iiftiu, purti wiod culir, Sbc a buttle.
A female optimist Is a woman who
marries a poet.
M Yours Is flutleiins; sr
se. .uMaejavi p. yi.ei..uitts.eia.js-jg .Mwiaai Kx. ymgmm , , , , imj, ,.,
WAS FEELING WRONG BUMP
Sagacious Phrenologist Mistaken In
Hia Concluaion, as It
1 he learned professor was giving
Irs public lecture on phrenology, ami
for purposes of demonstrn'lon he in
vited h ley to the pliitfonii, says the
New -York American. After a critt
lal ( aniin:itl(n of 'lie lid's cranium,
lie turned tii the audience:
'Ladies and gentlemen," be Paul,
"the protuberance on this little Imy's
head i icmnrknhly well diveloped It
if the blimp of philoprogctiit iVcticsH.
In the present case it proves that h
hoy bus nu extraordinary fur bis
pi, rents. (Addressing the bo . Imi'I !
I h.al t rue. .to!nm ?"
.lohn.iy lu.-iiiatecl a moment, then
"Well. I pel ulong pretty veil nlli
the old lady, but the old lean ain't j
such .1 much." '
"Why, how Is thiii, my boy?' asked'
the professor. I
I "Well, if villi want me ti r let it oat. ;
the bump ! blowin' iliu m Is win re
pop hit me yesteidav wit a belt
LOOKED LIKE IT.
The Kid Fldo, I'm beginning to
think when I bought you fer a full
blooded setter dut de dealer played a
Joke on me!
A CLERGYMAN'S TESTIMONY.
The Rev. Edmund Heslop of Wig
ton, Pa., suffered from Dropsy for a
year. His limbs and feet were swol
len and puffed. He had heart flutter
ing, was dizzy
and exhausted at
tho least exer
tion. Hands and
feet were cold
and he had such
a dragging sensa
tion across the
i . ,i . , .
mum iimi It v ub
ff difficult to move.
Rev. E. Heslop.
Kidney Pills the swelling disappear
ed nnd he felt himself again. He says
he has been benefited and blessed by
the use of Dodds Kidney Pills. Sev
eral months latei1 ho wrote: I have
not changed my fnlth In your remedy
since the above statement was author
ized. Correspond with Ilev. E. Hes
lop about this wonderful remedy.
Pods' s Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.,
nuffalo. N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(Kngllsh and German words) and re
cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free.
New Stage In Inebriety.
Mr. Borden has been telling an an
ecdote concerning two "brtther
Scots" who used to foregather In a
"dry" district, each bringing with him
a portable spring of comfort In the
shape of a bottle of whisky.
One of them was asked one day by
a "third party" whether the other,
Jack Anderson, did not get a little
"Drunk?" was the reply. "Man, the
last time I was wl' hltn Jock was
that drunk I couldna see him." Ixin
To Renovate Historic Castle.
Loch Dochart caBtle, which was
built in the thirteenth century on an
Island in the loch of the same name
and is associated with the famous Itob
Roy, has now been taken in hand by
the Scottish Historical Antiquarian as
sociation, and Is being renovated so as
to insure Its permanency.
Very Much So.
"James tells mo he haB a very light
work with that hairdresser."
"So It Is. He bleaches blonde
Those love truth best who to them
selves are true, and what they dare
to dream of, dare to do. James Rus
Griggs How about that piece of
land you bought down on the cape?
Anything come up on It?
Rrlggs Yes, tho tides.
It Is the things that are possible
but not probablo that keep some
people from being happy.
YOU CAN CUT.E CATARRH
Ry ulnf Cnla'l Carbfjliulva. It li most
effective remedy. All diuKtfisiB. 25 and 50c. Adv.
One proof that a woman Is jealous
is to hear her say she Isn't.
, usa "RE NOVINtV' I sat bg
From Forty-Five to Fifty Are Much Benefited
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The M,ianrrr' of lifo" Is a most
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'W'lu it lur system la in a lo
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their destructive work.
Such warning symptoms aa
sense of snlToe.it ion, hot lhushea,
headaches, backaches, dread of
iniKiiiling ovil, timidity, oomid
in tho ears, palpitation of the
heart, spark ln-fore tho eyes,
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These symptoms nro calls from
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Business ninn from New York are
to establish In Hod Hunk, N. J., the
first butterfly farm In the world. They
will raise butterflies of all varieties,
specializing in specimens of brilliant
coloring and highly decorative appear
ance. The product of the farm Is to
be sold to society women, who thus
will be enabled to satisfy their whim
for having butterflies about their con
servatories and parlors.
Woman Polios Officer.
Miss Mary Steele Hurvey Is tho first
woman to be appointed a police officer
In Baltimore. The last legislature cre
ated five police matrons with full po
lice powers. Miss Harvey ls the first
of the five to bo appointed.
"You didn't really show that you
"No; I hope I am too well drilled."
Siira runutl xIU
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OMI CASI3 OI T OP MANY
to Pitovi: om claims.
St. Anne, III. "I wns juissirig
through Ilie change of life nml I
was a perfect, wreck from female
troubles. 1 had a displacement
nnd l;aritig down pains, weak
fainting svlls, dizziness, then
numb and cold feelings. Some
times my feet and limbs were
swollen. I was irregularand had
so much backache and headache,
was nervous, irritable and was
dcsHiidriit. Sometimes my ap
petite was good but mere often it
was not My kidneys troubled
me at times nnd I could valk
only a short distance.
" I saw your advertisement ina
pper and took lydia K. Pink
liain's Vegetablo Comixntnd, and
I was helped from the first. At
the end of two months tho swel
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my housework. I know your
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KsTKI.LA till.I.ISPIE. IlKD. No. 4,
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Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times In ten when the liver U
right the stomach and bowels are right.
gently but firmly com-;
pel n lazy liver
do its duty.
and Distrata After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
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