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DAIRY STORAGE ROOM.
A Nrriily W'lirrr Farmrri Ilpalra
to llulil HiiIIit nnil Chfi-ae for
Many farms arc not provided with
the right kind of dairy building, and
when one undertakes to store butter
tor future Hales they may have to
take an Inferior price for It. 1 was
In a cellar the other day where tho
woman of tho hou.se hail several hun
dred pounds stored, and to mo the
room smcllcd damp and musty. Tho
chances are that this butter will smell
of this must when It In put on tho
market, if It docs, Instead of her re
ceiving the very highest fancy price
she will have to take what she can
get for It.
Tii3 writer has Inspected a ctoro
room and Ice house combined which Is
SPACE FOR ICC.
CONVKNIKNT HTOItK HOOM.
built on a side hill, the store room un
der the Ice house, and gives herewith
a rough drawing of the end of the
building. The building has a double
floor. One for tho Ice to rest upon,
which was loose enough for the drip
pings to work through and run off the
second Moor, which was watertight and
on a slant, as shown by lino H, and
conducted the water away from tho
building through a spout made like
an eavestrough, as shown In line C.
The porch on the corner. A, Is tho
entrance, and that part of 11 is a
storm door there being two other
doors and walls before getting Into
the storage room proper. This makes
It more easy to go in and out of it
without affecting the temperature of
the loom. The building has a double
roof, and the ends are provided with
large windows Just below the roof that
give vent to the chamber above the ice
and the double roof protects It from
tho sun. The store room has plenty of
light. It being well supplied with win
down. Hut for fear you may get a
wrong Idea of this I will state that
they are three deep, that Is, three Bash
each, containing two thicknesses of
glass, making In all six panes of
Klaas and four air spaces between the
outside and the Inside of tho room.
With ice in the building, the lower
room does not vary much In tempera
ture any time during tho summer, al
ways remaining about 40 degrees abovo
zero. With this kind of Ice house ono
can keep butter almost as well as It
Is kept In cold storage plants. 12. F.
lirown, In Kpltomlst.
DAIRY CROP ROTATION.
Byalrm Whlrli Axauri llio Comfort-
ultli KrrihiK of 10 (.'una on
IIS ,nM of l.untl.
Recently, In referring to a very pro
ductlve Miction of Wisconsin, Hoard's
Dairyman said that acres of good
tillable land would annually support 40
cows for dairy purports. A correspond
ent from Ohio uhked lor a lotntlou ol
crops to adopt, for thin work In cornice
Hon with corn, and the pnn ihlons for
pasture, to which the Dairyman replied
"There la probably Just as good land
In Ohio, but wc nro not Milllclontly ac
quainted with Ohio conditions to Justify
a similar statement for ocry farm In
that state. Given good land In Ohio, or
elsewhere, we should dupend very
largely upon corn and alfalfa as the
main crops, and devote viry little ncre
age to pasture. Wis should expect to
raise corn ciioiikIi to till kIIoh nud have
considerable left over for cribbing, We
should aim to keep a goodly number ol
hogs to take the skim milk to good ad
vantage, and expect to urc the money
received for hogs In purchasing feed for
tho cows and other hogs. Alfalfa hat
not been recommended for a short rota'
tlon and we should therefore wait until
more Is learned about alfalfa, expect
to grow some common clover, and, pos
Ibly, wheat, oats and barley. These
however, are questions that can only be
fully answered when one Is entirely
conversant with the soil, climate and
Two-thirds cup milk, put In doublt
ooller. When hot htir in one tablespoon
of flour mixed with a little milk. Then
add one-half cup vinegar, a very littlo
nil pepper, one and one-half teaspoons
mustard and two-thirds cup sugar. Ist
add two well-beaten eggs and remove
CHAIN OF SUGGESTION.
One Ilarttrr After the Oilier Had mm
Idea fa Offer the I'rrt Inncloua
"A mm uti in tnv country lind a mr-lan-
cliolly experience," declared Senator
Vrye, of Maine, "Tlii man determined to
get a shave every other day and to let
every barber cut his hair who augmented
ii, -M me eim 01 n wl-ck uircc uuicrcnt
barbers had intimated that the hair need
ed trimming utid were told to 'go ahead
anil trim,' As the hair was now beyond
the tt limning stage, the fourth barber's
dvicc, 'that (.lipping would be beneficial,'
iv.-m ucecptcil. -ov. uiuuglit tne man,
flic next barbar will lie natificd that
when 1 iay 'shave,' I mean 'cliave' and
nothing more. Yet when the hftli barber
mentioned 'singeing' he permitted his clone-ly-cropped
hair to be ninued. The ninth
night wax on a Saturday. He went to tdl
another Imiher, now witiMird that when
he said Vli.ne' no barber would have the
teinetity to hint at an attempt to reduce
the length of hi hair.
"'Did vim eer trv Dr. Coincuti's hair
rcidorcri' questioned the barber as lie took
up a pottle.
"'Ihe Indians hail a quicker way of get
lini? nt a man's Kc.dl) than thevu bathers."
coiium-nttd Senator Chandler.
"lea, Mid the Maine htatesinan, but
we air living under modem, not ancient
The IJerm Theory,
The dincovcrv of the ceim theory is tier-
hnpi the muHt important in tlie history
of medicine, the dincoxcry uf the btuiiui.Ii
of couim' excepted.
J'.xuaiihtive expel micnl on guinea pig
liaxe made it clear that mankind cannot
be well without neruiim.
Hut huch is the chnincter of ncrunm that
nobody will take them uiiIcxh he is
And the germ theory Iiuh thrown mora
ccnicH into more people, than all other
theories put together.
Thus it in not easy to pee how we should
manage to havo any health to speak of,
without the germ theory. 1'iicU.
Far a find Iloek,
Rabra, Montana, Oct. 10th. A great
many men in this neighboihooil used to
complain of pains in the back, but now
scarcely one can be found who ban any
Mr. Gottlieb Mill is largely responsible
for the improvement, for it was lie who
til Kt of all found the remedy for this
Backache. He has tccnuiuictiilcd it to all
his friends and neighbors, ami in every
case it has had wonderful success.
Mr. Mill says:
'Tor many years I had been troubled
with inv Kiiltifvs anil lialns in tin small
of my hack. I tried many medicines but
did not derive any benefit until last fail,
when 1 bought a do.eu boxes of Dodd's
Kidney Pills. After using them a few
davs 1 began to iniprow, my bail; quit
aching and I felt better and st longer all
"I will keep tlietn in tins house right
along, for in my opinion they are the best
medicine in the maiket to-day, ami if my
hack should bother me again, 1 will use
Wuntanno-"I wonder if (Snbsky will re
cite for me at my little patty this even
ing';" Duno -"lie will unless you know
some as )et utidiseoveieil way to ptctciit
him." llaltituote American.
- - i
.Stop Ihe CoiiKh
and works off the cold. Laxative llromo
Quinine Tablets. l'i ice 'St cents
A man is apt to feel put out when he it
taken in.--Cliicago Daily News.
I'i'o's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and colds. N. W.
Nimtiel, Ocean (.'rove, N. .)., l-'cb. 17, 1900.
Some sins show a soft head rather than
I hard heart. Ha.n'n lloin.
Chicago, St. Paul-Minneapolis, four daily
tram, via the Chicago A. North-Western
The wind blow nothing off but with
ered leaves. lUtn'a Horn
New York. Oct
Steers. ...I a !Ci 'ill
Kl.olU Wtnlei Wheat....
WIIHAT-Nu. i Iteii
CO UN -No. 2
1'liUK .Mess ( new)
LAUJJ Western Hleiiin ....
Cows 'Old I lelfei s.
I'AIA'IOH- (ier lun llm.l
JlOCiS- I'.ilr in Choice
KIIHKI'--Kulr to Choice....
Kl.uCIt- I'.iti.nts t
WllKA'f No. 2
CoKN No. 2
OATH No. 2
UVi: No. 2
JIAV ''U'lir Timothy (new)
UI'TTIIU Cholie Haliy ...
U.VON -Cleur Ulhs
l.AllJ) Choleo Kteiitn
l.AIUJ U US
I'ATTI.IJ- Native Hteei.s ...
JIOflH-Knlr to Cholcu
HIIHKI'- l'nlr to Choice....
KI.Ol'll Winter I'alents...
WHI3AT- No. 2 .Sluing
r if i
OUN- No." 2 'Mixed. -tt(i'K
."SO, i lieil..
I'OICK-Mers v. 11 3)
I'ATTI.KNntlve Htei-rs.... I Ci
HodH l''alr to Choke 0
WIIKAT No. 2 Ueii
COUN-No, 2 Mixed
OATH No. 2 Willi
KI-Ot'lt-lllKll irude 4 1.1 fr
l.'OUN No. 2 dp
OATH No. 2 if
IIACON-Hhort Itlh Hide e
WIIKAT-No. 2 lint if
COUN-No. 2 Mixed iy
OATB No. i Mixed
.iV .. .''.. . '
Mrs. Anderson, a
woman of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of
Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed
her signature to the following letter, praises
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mus. Pikkham : Thoro aroliut few wives and mothers who
havo not at times endured agonies and such pain as only women know.
I wish such women knew tho value of Lydlu K. IMiiUluim's Vccctublo
Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in aetion from any
I over knew and thoroughly reliable.
" I havo seen cases whero women doctored for years without perma
nent benelit, who wero cured in less than three months after taking your
Vegetable Compound, whilo others who wero chronic and incurablo
camo out cured, happy, nnd in iierfect health after a thorough treatment
with this medicine. I have never used it myself without gaining great
lienellt. A few doses restores my strength and apatite, and tones up
tho entire system. Your medicine has been tried and found true, Jienco
I fully endorse it." Mus. l. A. Anoeiison, 225 Washington .St., Jack
Mrs. Reed, 2425 I2. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pn., nays :
i. . .
When women are troubled with
nes, leucorrlKua, dlsplucemeut or ulceration of tho womb, that lienrinif-ilowii
ieeung, inuammaiion ox ino ovaries, backache, llntulcncr, general debility,
imllgeatlon, and nervotm prostration, they should reinnmbiT there Ik one tried
and true remedy. Lydlu 12. Plukliami'M Vegetable Compound at once
remoTtH such troubled.
Tho cxpcrlcneo nnd tstlinonv of muiio of tho most noted
women of America no U nrovc.
Pinkham'H Vvgetublo Compound
onco uy removing tho cause and
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Diana, as uiousaiKis do. iier advice is free and helpful.
No other medicine for women in tho world has received such wide
spread and unqualilled endorsement. No other medicine has such a
record ot cures of lcmitlc troubles.
FORFEIT If wo ramint forthwith iiroilnoo t) ordinal lettri and algQitnrci of
abuo totlmoiiluU, whlcli will .ruvu thrlr iihroluto (; iiuliiciii-...
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Promptly cures all
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Oariutt4 to ktD ton
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Mits. Pink ham: I feel it my duty
nnd tell you tho good I have received
irom I.ytlia Ii. I'liiklium's Vegetable Com
" I havo been a crcat sufferer with femalo
trouble, trying different doctors and medicines
with no benelit. Two vearsnco I went under
an otieration, and it left mo in a very weak
condition. I had stomach trouble, btudciiidii'
. .. .. ; .. . :
ueaaiiene.paipitutionoi tlio heart, and was very
in lact. l aclied a l over. 1 l nd
flaw you is is the only medicine that reachci
YWv Hl,cn troubles, and would cheerfully rec
1 ommend l.ydiu JC. IMiikhiun's Vegetublo
V v n . ... ..ii . it
i vuuiiioiiiKt lu uii Huiieruig women.
Irrcif ulnr or nalnful menstruation, wenb
bevond u uuoMtlon. that Ivdla 13-
will correct ull such trouble at
restoring the organs to a healthy
Refuse to buy any substitute.
'S, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE.
5 Nlunduril Condi, Lowest 1'rlre..
(t!v?nllll Order. Killed, fatiloyae FREE.
kJTvw o. xhjbiiook,
ay 91S Ioeaat trett. Ht. loula, Mo.
nnm i rrieroncea.
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ti.A WK1T1XU TO AUVKRTIOKKa
ailaaaa alUa Uat jr.M aaw Ike Aavertlae
aaaat la tUla aaar.
Th human body la conatantly produolng
poiaona wnicn ora carried off through
tho kidneys and bowela. Whan thaa
organs bocomo cloecad, than look out.
Conatlpatlon, Slctc Haadacha, Stomach
Trouble, Fevera and lllouanaaa raautu
acta ajently on tha liver, kidneys and
bowels, euros Indigestion and Conatl
PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Montlcillo, III.
Ccpjtgttt, 1911, y Chicago
& Attuti Kiilwiy.
1'our Kfacdul xt ttumlifv; fiKiiirslcn liichen
hlijh. H'itohiciil hiioluis. 1 1 iKlittl camitc
ol litliORiajhlc ult.
"TIIK ONI.y WAY"
to own one ol throe heautiful cnlrmlars h to
aeml twcnty.rif.'(ctitnwlthn:imcof ptibhcHtion
In whirh uu rt-ail this ailvi-rtisrmciit, to Olio.
kCllAkl.iiiN, (mii I I'.issriiKfr Aginl.ChkaK"
Alton Kailuay, Ciiicai.o, ll I..
Thr bnt railway line ltwcn ClIICARO, Sr.
I.rmis, Kansas Ciiv am! I'i iikia. Take the
"Alton" to the St. 1-ouis Woilil'a Fair, 1904.
Bis Four Route
Virginia Hot Springs.
2,r,l fort elevation or. Clicfmpeako A Ohio Ry.
Fn-uiulucut uuionj! ull-ycur-rouod Ueaorta.
Under tha aunaf cmcnt of fir. Fred SUny.
Thin line brick atrurturn la now fully camleled.
II uh 41K) ruomn anil 0U irlvat butlia, cacti riKiui
uiiplled with Iuiik dlnluiirr iliiiir anil moili-rn
aiiiliitinenta. lliokera' uBlco wllb ulrect New
MAONIFICRNT HATII-IIOUHK anil mint
curnllvn watrra known fur rheuiuatlam, Kout,
ul.Hilly anil rirvoua tiuutilea.
FINKOOLV I.INKHamt NKWCLCIl TIOUHK
Willi Hnuatti C.iutl, lounlnK rooma. calf, I'lng
111111K tablea, etc. Triinla cuurta uud all ouwuur
OCTOBER and NOVEMBER
The Uraiitkht Montha In tho Year.
Magnlllctnt Train Service, Dlnlnf Cara,
Pullman Slccpera, Obacrvatlon Car.
Reduced Rate Tickets now on sale.
For lull Information call on BRcnta of tho
BIG FOUR ROUTE.
W. L. DOUGLAS
3.SS&'3 SHOES S,"
You can tavo from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. t. Ocuglai $3.60 or $0 thoei.
They 0411:11 thcau
tllat luivo been coat
ing you from $4.00
to K.00. Tho im.
iiien.''() iialo of W. J..
Doutjlaa kIiods provr'.l
tliolr sciperloilty over
nil ollior niakijs.
Solil liy liitull hIioo
Lwk tor n.'iiiiu and
jirlcu on bottntii.
1 nai iiouki j iiki'H nr.
onit'oll pruic thrrn In
value III UuiiKlav thorn. 1
t'urona U Ihe hljluit
grailo I'at.I.eat hrr made. R
1'llXt 1'itfltr l'neltlt ut.,t. V
Vir S'tullt Cdjvlliwtnnritit bovnuotltd at arm vrlce.
Shop by wall, 'ii renin rttra. Illunlralrit
Catalog free. IV. ! Il()l (IMS, Itrorktun, Ha.
ON RAINY DAYS WEAR
ALACK or rUCOWL
a mams evtiy day covnt
tft. Srqul to the Fencing
from flr.-Boston Globt,