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JAPAN'S CARE (
Loss is Only One Per Cent., A
?Mainr Seaman Rank I
His investigations in H
P" WUWAJOH LOUIS L. SEAMAN.
?--.p? of New York, who went
j\J\ to Japan and tlienco to
Manchuria In June Inst to
(fa. Investigate Japanese medlyiw
methods in war, read a paper be
fore the Association of Military and
Naval SUrgcons of the United States
k in session at St. Ixniis, Mo. Major
Seaman made un extended study of tlie?
United States methods in Porto Itico,
the Philippines and China in l-ccent
years. His studies convinced him that
the great loss of men in war was due
to improper feeding of soldiers rather
than bullets. lie said:
up iu ?Miiy i omy miotic nuu wounucd
and medical cases lind reached
Tokio, mostly from the base hospital
at Hiroshima, which wrts continually
sending largo numbers to other divisional
hospitals to make room for fresli
ones from the front. When I tell you
that not one ended fatally up to July
3, and that every one remaining In the
umf/lu nHADAt^^/1 n ?~
[/Itociuvu 41 Ul VUIilUlt' J>LU?UUBiaf
you can appreciate the admirable
work that is being accomplished there.
It is the rule of the Japanese surgeons
at the front to do little or 110 operating
except in cases of extreme emergency
or whore hemorrhage threatens immediate
death. All cases are treated by
the application of the lirstaid dressing
and thou sent to the rear as quickly
as possible, thence by hospital boat
or trail snort to tlif> lin?o hnsnttn!* lii
"The Japanese soldier lias been
taught liow to treat his Intestines?
and consequently liis intestines are
now treating him with equal consideration.
His plain, rational diet is digested?metabolized
It is not an irritating, indigestible ferlnentip.
mess, acting as? a local irri
taut, nuil producing gastritis, duodenitis,
enteritis, colitis, heptltia and the
long list of inflammatory intestinal
processes with which we were nil familiar
in the hospital "wards at Camp
Alger, Chattanooga, Tampa, Cuba, Porto
Itico, Montauk Point, etc., in 18!)8.
"The great hospitals are there, interne,
contagious and infectious dements,
their conspicuously empty beds
voicing more eloquently than \vorils
the most important lesson of the war.
A few cases of diseases of the respiratory
system are found?colds, bronchitis,
and an occasional pneumonia,
contracted through exposure in lordlug
rivers, exhaustive marches and
bivoucking on wet ground, a few more
of typhoid (.1 saw only three in .Manehurfci),
occasionally one of dysentery
?and a number of eases of berl beri,
that former scourge of Oriental arm4
"Rut of all the many thousands gatli
*" ered in three institutions there wore
^ut few medical cases, and of those
scf.vccly^a baker's dozen came under
the htvAing of "Diseases of the Digestive
System." Therein lies one of the
greatest secrets of the Japanese success.
Napoleon never made a more
truthful statement than when he said.
'An army lights on its belly.* The Japanese
have that belly, and they take
good care to keep it in lighting order?
not by insulting it three times a day
by cramming it with material totally
unsuited ?o the soldier's necessities,
thereby exciting irritations and disease,
hut by supplying it with plain,
palatable, easily prepared and easily
digested ration that can be thoroughly
metabolized and converted into the
health and energy that makes its owner
the ideal lighting machine of the
"The organization of the niodicnl department
of the Japanese Army and
Navy is modeled after that of the Germans,
with, many added improvements.
Too much praise cannot be bestowed
upon the medical department of the
army and navy for their splendid preparatory
work In this war. The Japanese
are the tirst to recognize the
true value of an army medical corps.
i ii? iin <1 m ui viiiicer is tiiniiipri'seiii. iuii
avill And him in countless places
where in an American or British army
lie lias no place. He is as much at
the front as in the rear. lie is with
the lirst Hereon of scouts with his microscope
and chemicals, testing and
labeling wells so the army to follow
shnli drink no contaminated water.
AVhen the scouts reach n town, he ini*u/v.(lii*Aln
nirmun ij junuum n n inwi IMIQU I AUIHinatfon
of its sanitary condition and if
contagion or infection is found ho
quarantines and places a guard around
the dangerous district. Notices are
posted so tlie approaching column is
warned and no soldiers are billeted
where danger exists. Microscopic
blood tests are made in nil fever cases,
and bacteriological experts, fully
equipped, form pnrt of the staff of
illvlcloiinl limi Jimnrtnru
"The medical ofticer 1h nlso found in
camp, lecturing the men on sanitation,
and the hundred and one details of personal
hygiene?how to cook, to eat, and
when not to drink, to bathe and even
to the direction of the paring and
plnnnulmr nf flu* flnirv?r tinila tn nrovont
danger from bacteria. Up to August
1 0S02 cases luwl been received at the
reserve hospital nt Hiroshima, of whom
0680 were wounded. Of the entire
number up to that time only thirtyfonr
"If the testimony of those conversant
y with the facts can be accepted, suppleV
mented by my own limited observations,
tho loss from preventable disease
in the first six mouths of this terrlliln
conflict will bo lint n fraction of
one per rent. This, too, in n country
notoriously unsanitary. Compare .thin
.\yith the fearful losses of the Ilrltlsh
from preventable diseases in South Africa,
or, worse, with our own losses
In the Hpanish-Amcrlcan War, whore,
In a campaign* the nctual hostilities
of which lasted si* weeks, the mortality
from bullets and wounds was 208,
jwhllo that from disease reached the
Appalling number of 8802, or about
fourteen to one, or seventy per cent.,
ne per cent, against seventy per cent,
1 - 4 . *
IF SICK TROOPS.
t * *
gainst Our Seventy Per Ccni.
From Manchuria, Reports on
ospitals?Wonderful Work in
ne Great Lessons.
"Naturally, one asks, wore these results
anticipated? As an answer, tlie
statement of a distinguished Japanese
ollicer, when discussing with me the
subject of Russia's overwhelming numbers,
is pertinent. "Yos," he said, "we
are prepared for that, itussia may lie
able to place 2,000,000 men in the Held.
Wo can furnish ">00,000. You know in
every war four men die of disease for
every one who falls from bullets. That
will be the position of Russia in this
war. We propose to eliminate disease
as a factor. Every man who dies in
our army must fall on the field of battle.
In this way we shall neutralize
the superiority of Russian numbers
and stand on a comparatively equal
"Japan is the first country in tlie !
world to recognize that the greatest en- j
any in wnr is not the army of the in
\inifi, uiu or a roc more treacherous ]
ami dangerous?preventable disease,
found lurking in every camp.
"If wars are inevitable and the slaughter
of men must go on (and I believe
wars are inevitable and that most of
them are ultimately benetleial), then,
for tlie love of (Jod, let our men be
killed legitimately, on the Held, lighting
for the stake at issue, not drop
them by the wavsido l?\* mwnntLiiiA
<1 iseaso, 11s we did in the SpanishAmerican
War?1400 for every 100 tliat
died in action. It is for that 1400 poor
devils who are saerillccd, never for the
100 who fall gallantly lighting, that 1
offer my prayer.
"The State deprives the soldier of
his liberty, prescribes his exercises,
equipment; dress, diet, the locality in
which he shall reside, and in the hour
of danger expects him, if necessary,
to lay down his life in its defense and
honor. It should therefore jrive hlin
the best sanitation and the best medical
supervision that the science of the
a lie. be it Japanese or Patagonia):, caw
A TURKISH RAILWAY.
Tlie Firot Kxperieucp of tlio Turk* In j
Huiltlini; a ititllrouil Sncceatfuli
In a slow, plodding way the Turks 1
...v.- iiusiuiiK meir railway from Da- I
ma sous to Medina anil Mecca iu the !
Iledjaz. Of the total distance of about
miles to the first named city, tlio
birthplace of the l'ropbet Mohammed,
tin- lirst I'OO miles bavo just been
opened for trallic witli a train a day
eacb way. The railroad is now at
Maan, about on tbe border lino be- I
I ween Syria and Arabin ?in?i nnt < -
from tho head of the Oil If of Akabnh,
tho northeastern arm ot' the Ked Sea. I
The work has been main!;,' doue by 1
soldiers under military engineers, and
the cost lias been 10.fiOO yer mile. In I
the SCO miles completed there have
been constructed 'J7.j bridges, large and j
small, three tunnels ol about .~>u0 feet
in length, and twenty-eight stations, |
with solid masonry valor reservoir*
t 1111 yoous ucpots hi Hi workshops.
The most difficult 5w.1t of the lino
was in this tirst Kcction from Damas- \
fiis lo Maim, the remaining r?7.~? miles j
to Medina passing through a compara- 1
tlvely tint country. Tue total cost of j
the entire line to Mecca, based on that
of the part just completed, is estimated
at $24,700,000- not l>v m>v
, .. -k, ii.UHlin ill! .
extravagant sum. The Medina-Meeon ;
section is to i?o taken in hand within
the next two years. From Dera, a sta- j
tion seventy-seven miles south of Da- i
mascus, a branch railway to Haifa, j
oil the .Mediterranean, is approaching
completion. When finished it will help
materially to lessen (lie cost of con- j
struetion on the main line, everything
required in the building of which, up
tu the present, has had t?> be i-iii-h.hi
over the French railway i'rotn Beyrout
to Damascus at groat cost.
Tlio Turks lire naturally voiy proud j
of tho success of tliiw, their itrst es- !
say in building an all-Turkish railway
with funds contributed l\v the faithful
in every country and iCroni the proceeds
of imposts which do not fall up* :
011 foreigners, and the opening of the
- J * -I'V - ? j
wont over It has made a hi.ulily favor- J
able report, both on its future pros- i
poets and the quality of the work done, i
Most of the iron and stool employed
in the construction was purchased in
Belgium. It is thought that whenever
the projected railway from Egypt to .
the Persian (SuVf Is undertaken, Mann
will be the point of it's crossing Una
Trannportlnft Our Cotton.
isxinmrnig diagonally across the cotI
ton bolt, tho Southern Hallway derives
I tlie largest annual tonnage from the
cotton crop. The Illinois Control
comes next, ami the I*ouisvillc & Nashville
third. On all of tho Southern
roads tlie tonnage from cotton seed j
and cotton seed products amounts to j
nearly as much as raw cotton. For |
Instance, during the last fiscal year the
Southern Hallway carried 471.501 tons J
ui couon and aui.uuo tons of cottonseed
and cottonseed products. Earnings
from the transportation of cotton
reached the highest figures on all
of the roads during the month of
A ft*l|(eon at Ko?.
' The captain of a steamer which arrived
in Philadelphia ttie other day doflares
that while he was several hundred
ralleg off the Jersey coast a pigeon
Hew down out of the skj and alighted
on the topmast. The bird remained
on lt? perch twenty-four hours aw)
then flew aw?y a gal a,
:' '?rv' *
Tliore was a young lady from Ipswich
. Who had two large moles 011 her lips whiclr
Prevented all chaps
Save the veriest yaps
From kissing this lady from Ipswich.
Mr. SUiylate?"Arter all, society Is a
deuced bore, don't you know.1'
Miss Weery (yuwnlng)?"Yes. tonic
people's society."?riuliulolpuia Public
Would 15p I'repuretl.
She?"Suppose, dear, I find yov
haven't Riven ine "oney enough?"
He?"Then telegraph for more."
She?"Have you :i telegraph blind;?''
-Detroit Freo Press.
Couldii'l llavo llrpn.
"I have always been a prominent
figure," boasted tho self-inatle man.
"Then you were never a sweet boj
graduate or a bridegroom," replied his
listener.?Houston Post. /
"Ma, I don't like our new cook!" ex
claimed Willie, disappointedly.
"What's the matter with her, dear?"
"She doesn't fry any holes in the
fried cakes!"?Detroit Free Press.
Supplied by tho NoIrIiImhs.
"Do you keep any cats';" asked tho
falier from the city.
"Y-yes," replied the suburbanite.
"The ground in tlio barnyard is pretty
well lilied with Yin."?Chicago Tribune.
Ills "Worldly iJoofl*.
Do Fly?"Were you ever hold up?"
Blazaway?"Well, 1 was relieved of j
ill I had."
Do Fly?"Where was it':" 1
Bhmnvay -"At the altar." Detroit I
Stopped itt Ills "lIncl?V
Green (looking for a trade) "How
Ioiik have you owned tliat watch?"
Brown?"About two years."
Green?"Does it guin or lose?"
i>iu?u? i'ii, 11 him iiuny un.vs nu/ i
long ago.M?Chicago Now8.
Percy? "Young: Unpidgait had hard \
/uck. lie was disinherited recently." j
Harold?"Cut oIT with a dollar, eh?"
Percy?"No; his mother did the disinheriting.
lie was cut off with ninely|
?ight cents." Houston Chronicle.
| scryi>i>ier-".Miles vcrne says :ili liis
writing lias been done on an empty !
I Nokker "Of course. When it was '
full there was 110 room for the writ- ;
tug."-?Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune. '
"I suppose," said the drummer, "you
labor on the Sabbath and rest the reI
mainder of the week."
! "Not on your order boou," replied the
village parson. "I try to collect my ]
salary on week days." -Chicago News, j
Bystander?"I expected to see you
I slioot that Boston man when lie irave
you the lio."
[ (ieorgian?"lie didn't Kiv<- mo tlio
lio. lie only said that in liis judgment
1 was habitually un.iutliiul."~?
Tlmt'H Alwsty* Attractive.
"Well," remarked the man who was |
fond of uttering platitudes, "there's ;
eortainly nothing attractive in pov- i
"Oh, I don't know." replied Bur- '
roughs, "there's a 'v' in it." Philadch i
uhia Public I>edgcr.
Too Costly Aspirill i?>i
Godfrey "I am sorry to hear tiiat
Squallop is in a bad way tinaiWially.
What is the cause of it?"
Scorjcl?"As nearly ns I oan learn,
lio lias been trying to maintain 1111 '
automobile position in society on ;j j
bicycle income.'' Chicago Tribune. j
"Yes," said Ilarker, "it's leap year. '
Did Kstelle propose to yon?"
"No," sighed young l.arkrr.
"But I heard you say, 'This is i
"Yes, that was when her father mad*
/lis appearance with a club." Chicago
I'xronninI IUokroih, Till*!
Papa?-"Your mother tells me you
haven't been a very good hoy today,
Johnny?"Between its. pn, t tldnk
she's a little prejudiced against me.
It was only the other day she told
nrst Kccuon or .\fann hi described as
having taken place a?nl<l great rejoicing
on the part of the populations along
the line. So great is said to he the popular
interest in the enterprise, that
hough small iron articles, telegraph 1
wire, and wood, such as sleepers and
telegraph poles, afe greatly coveted, i
not a single tiling was stolen or dis- ;
The German Emperor is said to he
greatly Interested in the progress of the j
line, and a Oermnn rnilwnv >
Aunt Kate I was just like yon." Huston
'My husband is the most extravagant
man," wailed little Mrs. Harj;jiii>
"Yes?" said the sympathetic friend
"Yes. He paid $2 for 11 hat, when
by looking around for a day or I wo he
could probably have gotten one for
Tohs?'Tos, ht> was an old flame oi
mine. Did you toll liiin I was engaged
to Jack Hansom ?"
Tess?"I suppose lie wondered liow
soon I would be married to him."
Jess?"No: not 'bow soon,* but 'bow
long.' "?Philadelphia Prt\s?.
She?"Jack played an awfully heartless
triek on Flossie."
She?"Why, they wore engaged, .von
know, and last night, at the halt
masque, Jack made up ?:> that Flossie
didn't know him. lie proposed and
v.'as accepted agaln!"--Puck.
Th? Young I'upa.
"Popley's baby Is beginning to talk
"Una ho been boring you with some
atorlea about It?"
"No; but I sat next to Mm at the
lunch counter to-ilny, and 1 heard hlin
fliu V A i ioau f .tns n<l <u11 *? # r\ llin
?/? IV tuu >T u UC1 I
'Dlranio ft Jink o' water, p'?>as?.'J
Philadelphia Press. ?? j
t. . 1
? HOUSEHOLD * #
? * 9 v 9 MATTERS ?
HfullMt mid Cucumber Suliul.
Arrange on a bed of carefully washed
watercress, alternate thin slices of
reu skinned rndislics and cucumbers,
and pour over a French dressing. The
combination of scarlet, v.- .ite and two
shades of green is attractive, while the
erispness and blending of spicincss and
coolness pleases the palate.
Have the chicken disjointed and cook
until nearly (lone; then drain from toe
broth. Put one-half cup of butter in
a frying pan and fry the chicken until
brown. Pour the broth into the pan
and thicken by allowing one level
tablespoon of Hour to each cup of
broth. Put the chicken in a deep dish
and pour the gravy over.
Artichoke soup is another variant,
hut it needs to be thickened with a
little white rmiv TI.O -i
(pooled and put for a few minutes into |
cold water) must l>o boiled in a quart |
of milk, rubbed through a sieve and :
seasoned; and if cream is at hand a
spoonful or two may be added. Cream i
always adds to tho velvet smoothness
of thick soups.
For Sour Mill:.
Here is a now use for sour milk: ;
l'ut your silver into tlie milk when it 1
is thick; let it stand for half an hour; t
tako the pieces out and wash them in '
clean not soapsuds; wipe dry. and you j
have dear, bright silver. It would j
pay a busy housekeeper who lias t<? (
?!<> her own polishing to buy two or
lliree quarts of milk and let it sour ,
for the purpose. --Deborah.
Cook five pounds of ripe grapes with ;
n little water until soft and strain
ii-niii^n a cmanucr. Atlil UVO cups ot J
suRnr, two cups of vinegar, one lovol j
tablcspoonfui each of cinamon, cloves, t
allspice and bl.uk popper and sail. Tf |
1liis is not spiced otmu^li lo suit the
taste add a little more of all kinds j
in tlto same proportion. Cook together :
until thickened. then seal in bottles j
C'ook parsnips in boiling water until
tender and then press through a ricer
or sieve. Measure two cups of sifted
pastry Hour and sift with ono and onehalf
level teaspoons of baking powder.
Boat two etrirs lh'lli niwl tu-n ,.mw ?<'
milk, then niltl the Hour: heal and add
the cold sifted parsnip. Heat well and
fry in tablespooufnls in deep hot fat.
In dropping the spoonful into the fat
hold the spoon near to top of tiie fat.
When a light hrown drain the frit* ]
ters atul serve at once.
/! urn >huu>ii jill-rs llliOW IIU'I'C Clips
of stewed and sifted squash, two cups
of boiling milk, one t-ut? of suprar. one
levol teaspoon of salt, ono-half level
teaspoon of cinnamon and two eggs
beaten slightly. If the squash is very ]
dry a little more milk put in a rounding
tablespoon of powdered cracker.
Neither squash nor pumpkin pies
KllOlllll t.O t?r|,1? *. it),
they should retain the taste of the 1
vegetable from which they are made j
ami not tnste like a custard pie.
For sponging out bureau drawers or
sideboards use tepid water containing j
j. small quantity of thj'ino'in.
The old 'don of putting oilcloth under ,
the wnshstnnd cover is now adopted
for dollies on highly polished tables. ;
Jar nnd bottles that smell of onions |
will he quite sweet and odorless if left 1
out of doors tilled with sand or garden \
Itnisins for fruit cake arc much im- .
proved by cooking. Lot 1 liom soak '
slowly and then simmer until tlio skin
A great convenioneo, at trilling eost, j
.when building a now house, is a dumb ;
waller eonneelinu; the kitelion with Hie j
if salt Is sprinkled over llie lango |
before frying is eomuienced, there will
l>e lie disagreeable odor if the fat
Varnished walls in the bathroom and '
halls arc easily washed off. and it costs I
little in either money, time or trouble
to varnish them.
If silver is washed every week in j
warm suds containing a tablespoonfnl |
of ammonia tin? polish can be pre- j
served for a long time.
When using a broom don't, sweep ;
with your back: use your anus. Sweep j
in one direction with long, light I
strokes. Sweep the carpet with the j
pile, no', against it.
Nuts are said to make a great itn- 1
provement in chicken salad. A cup I
of English walnut meats to a cup of ,
celery cubed itnd *>:ie of chicken also j
cut in cubes is the proper proportion.
Tin? roue furniture, with white And I
gilded woo:lword, so mueli in vogue in '
the eighteenth century, is having
quite a fashionable revival at present
for elaborate rooi. s of the French
I>e?t sr>t? n.1 ? I
? w. ./I iiihmii o? .11 in irauin I
give s! pretty touch of color to sombre I
desk* of weathered oak. The bronze
furnishings roW so much in vogue bar- ,
monlze beautifully with the dull brown
of ihis wood.
When the eyes are tired from too
long use or rending by iusuiilcieut 1
light, moisten pieces of old linen or
absorbent cotton with some good extract.
and place theiu on the closed
*vr? A* 1 IjI n ?t j - - ?
r.u.iur ?v?l nil*.Ill IIIIIIUICS OT lOIlgei*
i?v)>ilo you lie down in a quiet room.
For bachelor apartments of r?utrleted
dime ipiohs, a shaving stand
lhat is really a small ch'.fTonier. raised
on legs, is m most convenient article.
This lias a square swinging mirror at
the top and six shnh >w drawers, Just
large enough to accommodate a pile
f folded shirts. I
| THAT HBL? HEIR,
i Mr. Jones?Mary, can a woman keep
anything to herself?
Mrs. Jonoe?Yes; her private opinion
of her husband.?Philadelphia
FITS permanently cure J. No fits ornervou?ineseaflftr
flnt day'a uao of Dr. Kline's dm:
NervoUestorer.tVitrlalbottleaud tr?atlso free
Dr. R. II. Kline.Ltd.. oat i>un.. ?.
, , i mill,, ru.
Denmark exports 2,500,000 pounds of
honey a year.
Plso'sCurafor Consumption lsan Infulllbl?
medicine for coughs and colds.?N. W.
blHOKL, Ocean (Irovo, N, J., Fob. 17, 1903.
A silk velvet is now made in a rib like a
coarse corduroy. j
The Care of Plants In Wlntor.
Give plants all the fresh air you
can. Open doors and windows at
Borne distance from them on pleasant
days and give th<era a chance to
breathe in pure oxygen in liberal
quantity. Give all the sunshine you
can. And aim to keep the itemperature
of the room between 70 degrees
by day and 55 at night. It will probably
exceed these figures in both directions,
but try to regulate tt In such
a way aa to avoid tne extremes of Intense
heat and dangerous cold. Use
water liberally on th~ foliage of your
plants. By washing off the dust K
keeps open the porea of the leaves
through which they breathe, and It
tempera the hot, dry atmosphere prevailing
In the living-room. The only
way to modify ithis condition is to
keep water evaporating on the stove
or register and make frequent U83 of
the sprayer.?Lipplncott's Magazine.
USE OF AFRICAN TELEPHONES.
Would you believe It? The animals
in Africa aro said to use the telephones.
They do not make use of
them to call up their jungle neighbors,
however, but the monkttys liavo
a fine time swinging on the wires,
while the elephants think the poles
were put up as scratching posts for
their especial benefit.
Icebergs are the product of fJreen
laiul glaciers and are formed by the
thousand In the far northern fiords.
As the glaciers sweep into the sea they
"calve" or throw off mighty blocks,
and these are what wo know as icobergr.
iioTf * Ti?i?r
AV? offer On? Hundred Dollars Howard for
any cm* ot uatarrU that cannot be euro J by
Hall's Catarrh Ouru.
V. J. Chknv.y & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, liavo known ! '. J.
Cheney lor tho last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable ln'all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by t'.ieir linn.
West <fc Tkgax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
Wai.ihno, Kixna* A Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,acting
directly upon tho blood and inucouasurfnv?aa
r\t fKo n....~ '
iuuojsici.it. ac.iiiiuoaiiii.s sonc iroe.
Price, 75c. par bottlo. Hold by all Druggists.
Take J lull's Family PlUs for coustipatioa.
Tlie carcass of an elephant iu the
Ghent Zoological Gardens, which lmd
been killed, was bought by a local pork
butcher, who transformed it Into
1 Frankfurter sausages. lie was able
| to manufacture no fewer than 3SOO
i nOUlldfi nf S!MlBni?oa wliiMi
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion; ncverfails. Sold by Druggists.
iNTail ordera promptly filled by Dr.
S. Dctchon, Crawfordsville, Ind. $1.
Laborers in India receive ii/ur cent* far
sixteen hours' work.
for a pre!
Buy Good Luck Baking
I Furthermore, if you will i
find plainly printed on the
the beautiful premiums w<
coupons. They are valual
obtain some ot the numero
A little book inside of
premiums. It shows a pic
many coupons are require<
couponn. Take a delight ii
B ^ Baki
P U TNA M
Color mora rood* and fut?r color* than any
?ult?. Auk or w? will * ??! po?t yald at 10c a j>ac
Florodora Cotton. I
THK LEADING YAIUKTY ON KAKTII.
Itarly, mom prolific, fibre long and Mrong,
com manrllng 8 to 6c per pound oy?r common
cotton; not aea Island, therefore dellnted on
eawgln - prows anywhere. Mr. T. K. Hard man,of
Mansfield, Oa., In 00 day* from planting. Rifw
from aeed bougbtof me, stalk* averaging 1600
oouarM and boll*. st*lka being 1 feet, 6 l.iehes
high, 13 feet 4 lnchcs through and ?7 feet
rouna. rncf 01 ??a Rircn on pinicuviou.
h. A. STONfcY, Allendale,B. O.
Reference :?Otaa?. B. Farmer, Banker, Allendale,
fl. C.: C. P. Calhoun, President Bank of
Barnwell. Barnwell, 8. 0.
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F To be a successful \
and admiration of hei
woman's constant stu<
Mrs. Potts tell their
of all wives and moth
"Beau Mrs. Pinkiiam :? L<ydir
pound will make every mother well,
through nine years of miserable exlstc
I then noticed a statement of a womai
results she had had from your Vegetal
it %yould do for ine, and used it for thi
j was a different woman, the neighbors
love with mo all over again. It seomc
fering with inflammation und falling
that and built up ray entire system, t
Sincerely yours, Mijs. Ciias. F. Brows
Vice President Mothers'Club."
Suffering womon should not
porionces; Just as surely as she >
1 atod in her letter, just so surely v
Compound cure other women >
inflammation of the ovaries, kid
and nervous prostration. liea<
J ham, Lynn. Mass., and you will be
Pinkham's Vocetftblo Gompoun
; of cases of female troubles ? curini
j Remember this when you go to yc
LydSa Em PinkSaarn'a
>u X i
&en$ wish w\^
Powder. In so doing you get y\"
ing powder at the smallest cost. X
save the coupons that yon will l' Vi
label of each can, you can get jTa
' are now offering. Cut out these
>le. It takes but a few of them to
n's useful gifts on the premium list.
every can explains all about the
ture of each gift and tells just how
1 to pet tlieni. Don't fail to ?wive the
ti your baking aud secure some of the
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lished iu 1892. The sales have so increased
ng Good Ivuck Baking Powder in carload 1<
The cause of this enormous popularity i
pcrs get not only a positively pure baking ]
; at a price a little ler.8 than they have be<
r kind that was not as satisfactory in resul
mying Good Luck think of its purity and ?
From it9 use. Remember every Good Lt
If your grocer doesn't keep Good I,uck, s
iiti you are supplied.
HIE SOUTHERN MANUFACT
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Other dy*. On* 10c parkMf color* *llk, wool *nd cott
kMT? Writ* for fr?? booklet How to Dy*. Ulrach ?n<
Best on Earth JHt
Qaitt's Planters aad Distribators
Wt QUARANTCC THtM.
btwanc or imitations.
Writ* for Prl*M Hd Cttologv*.
QANTT J1FQ. CO., /la*?* Qm.
y . ' ll
viiPa % il
vife, to retain the love
* husband should be a
4*r T\/r T-) 1
Jy . iVl 1 XJl UW11 rlllU
stories for the benefit
i. K. Pinkhain's Vegetable Cornstrong,
healthy and happj\ I dragged
!nce, worn out with pain anil weariness.
1 troubled as I was, and the wonderful
jlo Compound, and decided to try what
rnA? mnnflio At tVio #nrl r?f *!>?* *tmA T
i remarked St, and my hu&hand fell In
d like a new existence. I had been ?ufof
the womb, but your medicine cured
ill I was indeed like a new woman. ?
r, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark.,
fall to profit by Mtm. Brown's exiVns
cured of tbe troubles cnumerk-ill
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
,vho suffer from woinb troubles,
ncy troubles, nervous excitability,
i the story of Mrs. Potts to all
Dear Mrs. Pinkh am : ? During the early
t. of my married life I was very delicate
ealth, I had two miscarriages, and both
husband and I felt very badly as we wore
ious to have children. A neighbor who
been using Lydia E. Plnliham's
potable Compound advised me to try
md I decided to do tu->. I nnon <?lf Wat
appetite was increasing, the headaches
rtuMly decreased and finally disappeared,
my general health improved. I felt a*
,ew blood coursed through my veins, the
jgish tired fceli"ug disappeared, and I beic
strong and wolL
Within a year after I became the mother
strong healthy child, the ioy of oi-.r home,
i certainly have a splendid remedy, and I
h every tnothor knew of it. ? Sincerely
rs, Mrs. Akxa. Potts, 610 Park A?e., Hot
ings, Ark." ^
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i. you icei uaat uiere is anytuing at all
isnal or puzzling about your case, or
rou vrish confidential advice of tho
at experienced, -write to Mrs. Pink>
advised free of charge. Lydia E.
d has cured and 13 curing thousands
g thfini inexpensively and absolutely.
?ur druggist. Insist upon getting
I to date, that to-d.ty we
sts to every section of the
s plain. In Good Luck,
powder of grent leavening
sn accustomed to pay for
consider the good remits
tele coupon counts for a
end us his name and we
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on equally well and Is to ?It* r?l
Mil Color*. MONROE I1RUO CO, Union*!!!?, Mo.
i LU v ? * Kon*f*
Jytipfy- j KtmArri *11 welHng In 8 to a*
/ days; effect* a permanent cur*
M li' /L in 30 to 60 a?y?. Trial treatment
dSl3L^n^ Bl?enfr*t. Nothlncemn befalrar
UMfWIap Write Dr. H. H. drtun'w U?l.
ZSzLLsSzZ fp?oliliit?. Box B Atlanta, (b*.
writing College, LouUyIIU, lT.,op?n th?*ho>?
If kfllrttd with WMk tJM, OM
Thompson's Kye Water