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Winter Chills Bring Kidney Ills
SIZL: OF FARM HOUSE
Profitable Hay tJrep.
Hay li n crop that It usually profit
ubis wnen It has an adequate market
not too far from the fnrm. It It one
of our moat wfilWr nud sjonstnlly til
tribu ted rrpoa. Oil orne fartna. bow
ever, mt owuntai me land for only
one year of tita rotation when It
might pronta!' tío continued n yo. r
Oauie ef Lumpy Field.
It la a bad ti mollee to turn atook
luto M Olftjufw oil wiiiin tho
round It Mil. liUtnhy toil III tliu
sprite I due vtQ tnuoli In this
Be careful not tit uverfail ilio (lrtt
frt of lattatrtkl. ills iMUer to food
llflW til rae ttiffei li Ony.
a ash the Oolt Manners,
d-Jjalt-Jxau illtll 1liB oíiltí, nnd
teach thorn aoou luibio lituunara,
D'.irtt floor are lifDiietlro of dhv
CAREFUL SELECTION OF SEED
TWO POPULAR POULTRY WAYS
Intensive and Colony 8ystems Hnve
Oood Penturti Former li I ri
te n de tf to Save Slept.
Tlier ore two pulttr wnyg In
hlch to ralee imullry, the 'InluiiMvu
system" nml tho "colony lyitum"
The flrst of lliepe nlms to aro steps,
and nrcompllthcs thU iurioie I.uuij
stationary houses nru used. It Ib can
tor, hownvur, tn looi the hlrtli lienllhy
nud to reproduce the stuuk under thu
Under the colony sysloiu, the birds
are nlloued free range, thu housos,
wlileh hold about one hundred hens
Bflch, being plncsd rrtnn two hundred
to two hundred and IHty reel uimrt,
so that the stock will not lili: t!m
arate, this syslum may lia mloptcd
to tevriH winter Dominions by drawing
tho colony houses tnai-tlicr In a con
venient plnco ut the I;IuiiIih: of win.
ter, thus reducing the labor during
the cold mouths, Tho first system In
moro tullid for buns mod solely tor
the ttroduetlBil of murkut usbs tlmu
fur tiiose uiütl tu brood slock.
A spell of cold, damp weather Is
always followed by o Duo crop of kid
ney troubles nnd backache
Colds nnd chills dnnmeo tho kid
ticyn. Other troubles common to win
tor weather nro Just as bnd, Grip, ton
ollltls, quinsy, pncumonlu or any other
Infectious disenso hurls tho kidneys
by overloading llio blood with poison!).
The kldnr-ys gel worn, weak nnd In
flamed trying to work It off.
It Isn't hard to strengthen wnnk
kidneys though, If you act quickly.
At tho first nlgn of backuclio, dizzy
Spells, headaches, Ions of weight, nerv
ousness, depression nud painful, Irreg
ular kidney action, start using Doan's
Kidney l'llls. lti'st thu kidneys by
simple cntliigi nroldiinco of overwork
nnd worry, nnd gelling moro rest nnd
sleep. A milk diet Is lino.
This sensible treatment should
bring quick benefit and prevent seri
ous kidney diseases llko dropsy,
gravel and Ilrlght's disease.
Clip this advertisement nnd mall It
to tho address below for n free, trlnl
of Donn'ii Kidney l'llls, tho best roc-
Home pcoplo would rather die a nut
ural Oenth limn send for n doctor.
"I'Jlc all ilghl only forma hatl(."
ommendrd kidney remedy In tho
world. You'll dtclCu it worth a trial,
when you rcud this enthusiastic testi
mony. Helpless From Pain
Doan's Kidney PilU Brought
the First Relief
John T Hrnnlllnc, 140 Jo1mnn St.. Trlnl..
(tflil, ("nln , aa "1 waa cnnftni.t in my
bd for Ihm mmitha wllh tlnumatlam unit
I wat i i friilr lulpliM Pinal') whrn t
rot up I liml lo mr ii-ulrhra to rp! nrmintL
from Hint 1 1 mi- on I liml nltacka of ktdnrr
trouhli' t wna itrnttr nnnoyri hy ton rr
qutnt mme of tn.. Lltlni-y ..trtlonn
i'atting tnr rtit I 1 itliturtml rvrl
tlnun tlurlne thf tilsht. fly ap-lli t hnvn
Itrrn hnrtll)- nbli- tn ctt tin r ilown I
fpt-nt n ftri-ni iltal nf inonfy ilm torl.-. nnil
trlns nilvirtltfit tnitllilnra, but tin iinill I
tt uno mlnic lioan'a Klitny IMIU tlM 1 tlntt
th rnutta I !,! I n lonklns f-.r Tlila
tni'litt lil tut- f ih imln In ni bntk,
ti g i'in tl tin- , tara thr kiln in )
tlona ami mmif tn ktiin,)a nounr I hivi
Im i n nbli tn m Ik iHiy iliiy atn iillil 1
rah ant lint l-,iu, a Klil-iiy run hm maila
ma ftel Ilka u iliir-nnt man,"
Farmer Wants Animal lo Draw
Plow and Bucjyy.
.Team, Well Dullt, With Snap and
Spirit Is Desired Huge Drafters
Are Better Adapted to City
my i xi. nr.i.i. i
Neither the massive, druflor nor thu
dlinlnulho pony nr what tho nvcrago
fnrmur needs. Ilclng nn nvorngu mnn
Qo wiiuls ii medium sized horse, onn
Ítint will do fnrm nnd road work com
lined. Quo Hint will drnw n plow,
linrio or wnRon nnd possibly n ear
rings or buggy, for the uvcrnga farmer
iliuso days goes lo church, pays some
$oe!nl visit nnd llkowlsu goes to the
Country town, cotirlhoiino or post
Ulllee pretty regularly.
An 1 .son or 2,000 pound drafter
won't fill tho bill for thi'su varied to
ftulromfiits; neither will u "00 or SOU
Tho nrerngo fnrmor wnnts some
thing bctnlxt and between, ns the
snylug Is. I should nny from I 200 (o
1,-100 pounds 11 lentil well built with 1
nomo gnnp nnd nplrlt, 0110 Hint the
uwner or thu hired mnn will hold tho
rol 11 b over wllh n feeling ofprldunud I
pltnsuro. Let Ilia largo mnniifacturlng
coucurim In tho city usu tho huge :
I know n ten 111 of 1.100 pound j
burees nomo yeitrs ngo, Ono mnn I
di ovo (hem consecutively fur nluo !
y oars burning cord-wood In thu sum
nior nnd fall mouths t lot li of these
horses wero by slros who hnd n lib
eral etrnln or thoroughbred blood In
They did farm work regularly until
corn wnn laid by, then they wero
put In hauling uu thu road. They
wero true uud stanch draft liors.i,
Everlsstlno Persistency In Applying
Method nnd System That Achieves
Success for Farmers.
The system of seed selection which
bus been taught by tin1 reed experts
of tho agricultural colleges won es
peelully designed for the jcarn when
tho germinating quality of seed Is
iluuhtful, but it nppllus with equal
force when thu best of need qunllly
Tho farmer who makes advauco
incut In his crop growing Is thu one
who carefully selects I1I1 seed each
year, who nppllcn tho seed tenter to
each ear of corn Hint Im unes fot
seed. It Is tho everlasting persistency
In applying system nnd method to thin
work tluit achieves siiccosh and gimr
antees reliability, says Twentieth ("en
lury Farmer. The locul seed grower
Is one of the very useful persons In
Good Type Horse for Farm Work.
wero never known to get stalled but
oneo In nluo years, nnd they wero
never driven wllh n whip.
At twcnty-llvo years of ngo each they
wero tcrvlcciibly tound ami wero full
Think of HI Twenty-one. yenrs of
hard regular servicu nnd still nblo to
earn their feed. They wero of tho
weight, blzo nud breeding nnd, besides,
had been well taken euro of all their
I know n young farmer Milu year
who Is slnrtlng out nud whit bought
two henry, nwkwnrd drafters nnd nlso
a 1,000 pound nuiro of good breeding,
Ho worked tho mnru In thu team with
tho tuo big fellows nud whenever ho
bail occasion In tnko n trip In his
buggy, nlwnys droro Mío muro, letting
tho others rest, nnd still she held her
owp nnd kept In good order.
Too much hns been written and said
advising tho average furnier to uso
honry drnftTs. I.et him sell them nt
big prices uud ubo n moro medium
sited horno on thu form.
One sear's oxperluiicu will show him
Hint ho Ih right.
Feed for Dry Cows.
Dry cows should not be stuffed with
expensive grain feeds, hut coaxed lo
ooiisHtmu enough cheap, rough feeds
to licop them Hi goad, vigorous con
Carefully Prepared Field of Corn.
the community. Ho cannot maintain
his position or hold his business If be
Is not nynlemntle, caroful, persovnrlng
nud Inmost. I lo must of necessity ho
reliable, anil so can tnko no ehnnces
In guessing nt thu germinating quality
of his seed.
Tho germinating quality of reed
measured by Its per cent of properly
developed germination Is tho selling
stnudnrd Hint seed toting has estab
lished. These tests of seeds should
be nuthorltntlvo and made n basis of
guaranty to tho purchaser. Seod
growers nnd seed dealers In every
community nru engaged In n very ru
sponslblo work, Upon their represen
tation depends thu planting of thou
sands of acres of crop, Involving tens
of thousands of dollars In value, which
means crops and money value pro
duced or lost, depending upon thu ro
liability of tho seed used.
POINTS ON RAISING CALVES
Qood Shelter Should Be Provided
Furnish Abundance of Alfalfa
Hay Qlve Some Grain.
Olvo tho cnlvcs shelter, but this
need not bo too tightly built. A shed
open on tho south with n yard so they
about thu thing, lied this down nice
ly with soma straw.
Fix a rack so they can pull the hay
through tho slats and not wnsto It,
and keep this full of (ho llncst, green
est nlfalfn you can get. A mixturo
of crushed outs and crushed wheat
or of oats nud bruu will bo good for
If you nrn buying young cnlres not
yet ready to wenn, feed thoin twlco
it day on sweut skim milk. Harmed
up to the temperature of fresh milk
If they nro very young, fund them
threu times n day, n quart or threo
pints nt n timo. Aftur they uru a
month oi so old you cnu gltu them
a gallon ench twice 11 day.
Cult muni or similar preparations
are very tntlsfnrlory to replnco milk.
Keep a mixturo of dry cominea!, brim
or other ground grains whoru thu
enlves can got It ns they M Keep
the pona clean nnd lot thu cnlres liavu
plenty of Mr, light, sunshliiu uud puro
"When Your Back Is Lome-Remember Iho Name"
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
(Sold by all Deolerv.Pilce 50 cents. rostcr-Mltburn Co, Buffalo, ft Y, Prppilctorj'
-mi,.- .u-i, . 1 1111. . 11,1111 1111 uru
Ht'd ( ro ling Illue. Clollica Vthllrr than
iiuw. All crucera. Adv.
According to Upton, JolTro Is tho
most silent mnn l.l thu world, consider
ing tho noise ho makes
When Your Eyes Need Care
L'ie Murine Kjr Xrillclnr. No Huinrtlnc rrrla
rine Aula Uulrkly. Try It fur Util. Weak,
Hore EyeAand Uruuulatnl KrfUila, Murine la
riimpntinnrii vj our ui-inmia inn r. "rairm
tlctlli'lLa -but uaeit III aucemaful Physician'
I'mc-tli-fl for many yearn. Now driUcatril to
the 1'ubllo anil wild by nniiriilntH nt doe prr
Mould Murluft Kya ruitvr In Axrptlc TtiUn,
Ut and We. Writs lor llnok ul the Eye 'rrr.
Murln Eya Rtmady Company, Chicago. Adr.
"The law forbids thin kind of dog
on the cars, sir."
"What laws can forbid ono kind of
"Thn lawn against expectoration,
sir. Your dog Is 11 Hpltz,"
With Cutleura 8oap Is Most Comfort
ing and Beneficial, Trial Free.
Especially If preceded by touches
of Cutleura Ointment to spots of dan
druff and Itching on tho scalp skin,
Thcso supcrcreamy emollients meet
every skin want as well as ovory
toilet and nursery want In caring for
tho skin, scalp, hair nnd hands,
Bamplo each frcu by mall with Hook.
Address postcard, Cutleura, Dept. XY,
lloston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Watch Your Coifs
l'or Omití. C0M1 and lllrlrmpfr. .nd at tlm Sr.l rtuptoiaa of any
Mirh aliiurnl, trivi kinall iloki-a of that otiilarruí n-uirdy now tuo
luifkl Uki-d In rilttnrr,
HIMIIIVH :ISTi:SI I'KIt COMfOlINK
Ul t-rnta and tl n iMittlp; & and lio Uu dnn-n nt any drurfl't, liarnoas
dralur, or di-liTi-rfd lir . si'llll.N nt i:lllt:.A I, (,,
ClitiiuUta unit liaclvrliilnglaia, (Imliaii, luil., U. U. A.
Lack of llllerei t In a ntoi'l Is eiitiiigh
to prove Its trulhfulnens
Tliey lnp the tloble. l)nnn' Mmitliol.itnl
( 'ouull l)n.p cliip cnuxlia qnii-kly. A pleas
nut remedy 3c at nil good I)mi:kI-U.
Between the Acts.
"That man who Just came In bus n
"Yes, uud 11 bi'cuth lo mutch."
It doesn't pay to do things lit Imiten,
such, fur instnneo, an suylng Hie light
thing nt the wrong time
Hrd from ling llhie, tiitich IhMlpr. gnrs
fitltlicr Iban liquid blue. Uct I10111 nny
Philadelphia bits a piofeenlomti wom
Bho lleforo wo wero miirrled you
Kit id that .toil would go to thu end of
tho earth for me.
Ho Yes. but I can't nfford It Som- 1
crvlllu .1 oil in ul.
Troubles for Him.
Tho big cousin was talking lo the
small one. "lltiryl," she snhl, "uro you
anxious tu be n mnn?"
"Sure 1 inn," the six year old an
"Why? When you'ro grown up you'll
Just hnve a peek of troubles."
"I won't." drawled lltiryl, eiinflditnt
ly ' When I'm a man I won't havo
any troubles, entine I in goln to ho n
It Is cruel to force nauseating,
harsh physic Into a
Look bock ut our childhood dnys,
Itememhei iho "doin" mother Insisted
on custor oil, calomel, cuthurtlcs.
How you bated them, huw you fought
agtiln.t tnklug them,
With our children It's different
Motlieio who cling to tho old form of
plrysle simply don't realize what they
do. Tho children's revolt Is well-founded.
Their tender llttlo "Insldes" aro
Injured by them.
If your child's ulomach, liver and
bowels lieod cleansing, glvu only dull
clous "Cullfotnhi Srup of Figs." Its
action Is positive, but gentío. Millions
of mothers keep this hnrmlcss "fruit
htxntlro" handy; they know children
love to tnko It; that It never falls to
clean tho liver nnd bowels and sweet
en the stomach, nnd that a teanpoouful
given today uves u sick child touior
Ask nt tho store for a no-cent bottle
of "California Syrup ofITgs, ' which
hns full directions for baldos, children
of ull age nnd for grown-ups plainly
on each bottlo. Adv.
GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA
TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR
8he Made Up a Mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur to Bring Back Color,
Almost everyone knows Hint Sage
Tea anil Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings bnck tho untura! color and
lustro to thu hair when faded, streaked
or gray: nlso ends dandruff, Itching
scalp uud stops falling hair. Years
ago tho only way to get this mixturo
was to make It at home, which Is
mussy and troublesome. N'owndnys,
by asking nt any storo for "Wyeth's
Saga nnd Sulphur Hair Itemcdy," you
will got n largo bottlo of thu famous
old recipe for ubout CO cents.
Don't slny gray! Try It! N'o ono
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, ns It does It so naturally
nud evenly. You dampen a spongo or
soft brush with It and draw this
through your huir, talcing ono small
strand nt 11 time, by morning tho gray
hair disappears, nnd after another ap
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick uud glossy.
In spite of the fiut il.al mouev talks.
It doesn't seem purth uliirly garrulous
with some of ns.
Is Only Skin Detp
It is vitally nee
(ore that yoti
take Good caro
oí your skin.
if used reRiilnrly wilt beautify and
preservo your complexion nnd help
you retain the bloom of early youth
for many years. Try it for 30
dnys. If not more than satisfied
you Ret your money back. 50c
at druggists or mailed direct
Zona Company, Wichita, Kan.
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