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THREE CHICAGO DOCTORS
Failed to So for Hiss Mabollo L.
LaMonto What Was Accom
plished bjLjdla E. rinfcliam'a
" Dua Mrs. Pinichah: I was in
an awful ataU for nearly three- years
with a complication o( female trouble!
which three physiolana sailed by dif
ferent names, but tho pains wore all
the same. I dreaded tho tlmo of my
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monthly periods for It meant a coupla
of dajs in bed In awful agony. I final
ly mado ,up my inind that the good
doctors were guessing ; and hearing
from different friends sucn good re
ports of Ljtllu K. IMnkham's Veg
ctnblo Compotiudi I tried that. I
bless the day I did, for It was the
dawning of a new life for mo. I used
Qto bottles before I was cured, but
when they wero taken I was a well
woman ones more. Your Compound is
tcrtnlnly wonderful. Several of my
friends have, used it since, and nothing
but the best do I ever hear from its
nse." Yours, Mabiixe L. IjaMostk,
123 E. 31st St., Chicago, 111. ?6000
fcrfttt If tw tutlmttilal It Ktifnuln:
If Lydla E. Pinkhnm's Vcge
tablo Compound could cure Miss
LaMontc why not j ou ? Try It
and seo for yourself.
Mrs. Pinkhara ndvlses sick wo
men, free. Address, Lynn, Mass.
1 An original scheme to git a big at-'
tendanco at a dairymen, convention
wao tried at Palmyra, Missouri. Those
peoplo that attended tho convention
'from points other than Palmvra were
very much surprised at tho largo local
attendance. Men, women and children
seemed to tako an extraordinary Inter
est In dairying, as shown by their
prcsenco In tho assembly room and tho
overflow Into tho corridors. On Friday
ono of tho potent causes for tho large
attendance enmc to light In tho award
In,; to n 10-year-old boy outside of the
hall of a Jersey calf. A local dairy
man had offered tho calf as a premium
to tho boy under 15 years of ago who
would sccuro tho most names of people
that would agrco to bo present at tho
dairymen's convention at least once.
Four boys entered the contest. The
prlzo was won by Elmer Young, who
, secured over 1,300 names.
t "Buff Jersey" uses the stavo silo,
and likes It. lie covers tho staves
with coal tar, doing this rork heforo
tho staves aio set up. Ills method of
coating tho staves Is to lay them down
' sldo by sldo and go over thorn with a
broom dipped In tar. When tho staves
. havo dried an one side ho turns them
I ovor and treats tho other sides in the
samo way. Tho edges aro treated the
samo as tho sides. Ho says that pre
vious to thl3 summer ho never has
been fortunate enough 'to havo silage
for summer uec, and that thuro wns
never a tlmo when he needed It moro.
IIo found It to bo superior to grass for
tho production of milk, and even on
grass at Its best ho fed tho cows a
I ration of silage.
At the Missouri dairymen's conven
tion tho questions of pasturing and
soiling wero incidentally discussed. It
Is evident that both systems arc good,
the one to bo adopted in any locality
depending on tho particular condition:
existing tbero. Somo of tho Missouri
fnrmcrs say that pasturngo Is cheaper
for them than to soil; and probably
thoy arc right, nuff Jersey, living on
high-priced land In Illinois, says that
hn cannot afford to devote land to pas
turn purposes, but finds soiling more
profitable; and he Is right- Tho valut
of land has much to do with the solu
tion of the problem.
PRICE, 25 c.
Too much affection
will kill th
Mrs. TYlnlw's Soothing Syrup
For rbtldren trtthlnr. wficai tbe gutni, reduce. t
C&tniuailuu, slUft pln, curs wind die. 23c t bottl-
SilllcDR "Do you think a wife shouH
kiss a husband hi public?" Oynions
"That depends on whoso husband hi
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Co., Chicago,
sends sonc book and testimonials for
stamp. Get Wizard Oil from your
Ko Tanque Tho Shamrock might
havo won but for one thing." O'Soaqui
"What was that?" Do Tann,ne "II
had no bar ou bounl."
If Ton Cannot Sloop
tnke SEEI.YE'S NEK-VENA. Hoothet
th nerves and Induces refreshing sleep.
You enn't recognlzo llenslugs in (lis
guise oven when tho disgniso is takes
INSIST ON OKTTJNQ IT.
Borne crocera say they don't keep De
(lanco Starch because they havo a stoclc
In hand of 12 02. brands, which they know
cannot bo sold to a curtomer who has
once used the It oz. pkg. Dcllanco Starch
for earns money.
Muggins "Is your wifo fond of flio
Hon?" Buggius "Well, sho seems U
read a lot of cook books."
In cold weather keep your ejes open
and tho cincks In the hen house closed
Too many chickens In ono Hock af
ford favorable Hold for disease.
Glvo tho moulting hens plenty ol
oats with sharp grit.
Have your poultry house so well
made that artificial heat Is not needed
During tho summer and fall It ii
"well to look ahead and provide a sup
ply of cgctablcs for the poultry dur
ing tho winter. Onions are a tonic fot
the fowls. Sugar beets aro tine, so arc
carrots, mangoes, rutabagas and othei
vegetables. Cabbage Is always appre
ciated, and the chickens will not fust
If the heads are not all sound. The
will eat melons, pumpkins and squash
and Jump all day at a sunflower hunt
Just nhovn their heads on tho wall.
To pick ducks, piaco an Inch of wa
ter In a large tin esscl over a hoi
tire. Lay two small sticks of wooc
two Inches high in tho vessel. Whet
the water bolls place tho fowl on th(
sticks, over, nnd steam two minutes
Uoth feathers and down will come of
easily and without tho least Injurj
from the Bteara.
DO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK YETXOTTT
Then u Defiance Starch. It will keep
them white It or. for 18 cents. .
Tho spiritualistic modinm can no,
truthfully say doesn't caro a rap.
Catarrh Cannot Ita Cared
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, M they cannot
reach tho seat of the dUeaMk Catarrh Is
blood or constitutional dlsesso, and la order U
cure It jou must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acti
directly on the blood and trucous surface
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not n quack medicine.
It was prescribed by oae of the beat phyalclam
In this country for years, and Is a regular pre.
Krlptlon. It Is composed ot the best tonic
known, combined with tbe bent blood purifiers,
acting; directly on the mucous surfaces. Tn
perfeet combination of the two InarcdlenU It
wbat produces such wonderful results in ourln
Catarrh. Heud for testimonials, free..
F. J. 'JHENKY & CO ,. Props., Toledo, a
bold by drurststa, prlco no.
Uall's Family Pills are tho best.
nDatDCV NEW DISCOYlrlY; eItci
lfSi'S O I quick rolltf tnd euresworr
hiu DMkof UiilmonUU and is bits trMtmea
vau. . sassii sois, ih i, niut, .
NO QUESS. NEEDED.
Wasn yu wsbjh a Jones at La. Baal
MUCK . rULL PARTICULAR!.
Trip or .Milk to tho I'armvri.
In the creamery business there it
nothing of greater Importance thor
tho prico tho farmer is to receive foi
his milk. Instead ot trying to pay at
llttlo as posslblo for milk, tho cream
ery managers should try to pay a
much as possible. It Is essential thai
tho farmer mako money out of the
creamery business, elso he will lose
enthusiasm In the business of milk
producing. A good prlco for his milk
stimulates the farmer to produce mon
milk, which In turn Increases the
profits of tho creamery, as no increase
of Investment Is required to enable 11
to handle tho larger amount of milk
When a farmer gets dissatisfied with
tho price ho is receiving for milk lit
goes to disposing of It In some othei
way or gives up entirely the produc
tion of milk.
Hucrei In Hlo ltUlng.
Any man that expects to succeed In
tho business of hog raising must havt
a good foundation on which to stark
The man that builds n house on a poai
foundation is sure to hac abundant
cause to regret it in the years to come
The same Is true of the man that trlct
to build up a hog-raising industry on
anything but a firm foundation. Oood
foundation stock costs something, bul
It Is a cost that cannot be avoided.
Right feeding and right breeding an
essentials after the good foundation it
secured. Some men take good hogi
and make a success with them, wbtli
others will take Just as good anlmaU
and make a failure with them. Tc
succeed, It is necessary to learn how.
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Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and tho
well-informed and to the healthy, because its com-
ponent parts are simple and .wholesome and be
cause it acts without disturbing the natural func
tions, as it is wholly free from ever'y objectionable
quality or biicsiancc. in inc pioi.ca ui
manufacturing tips are used, as they are
pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal,
virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtuined
from an excellent combination of plantsi
known to be medicinally laxative and to,
act most beneficially.
To iet its beneficial effects buy the
genuine manufactured by the
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ISBk5tf Lou'iavilU. Ky. new YorkTH.Y.
-a'sisH" For e.lo- by e.H druj
uejrfbts. Price, fifty cervts per bottle.
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The human body Is like a delicately adjusted machine.
When a part is worn out, or through abuse becomes rutty, It
affects the whole system. The kidneys and liver are among the
most Important of all the organt in the body. When thoy get
out of order the entire system suffers. Keep them running
smoothly and good health follows.
and Kidney Balm
will regulate these organs and keep them In perfect health.
Years of use in thousands of families have proved Its value in all
troubles affecting the liver and kidneys.
If your back aches; If your head aches;
If you lack ambition; If you are easily tired and worn out;
It means your kidneys arc out of order. Buy a bottle to-day at
your druggist's. It may save you useless suffering.
Th J. H. McLean Medicine Co. St. Louu. Mo.
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turo a husband, but after the capturt
she doosn't go to as much trouble to
CHRISTMAS IS COMING.
What can you eivc your friends both useful and 8
STREET & REED, "J
Say a Rocker, a fine Picture, a Music Cabinet, an
elegant Jardinier, a Hall Tree, a Roman Chair, a Side
board, a fine Leather Couch, a nice Rug. a Center Table,
a Ladies' Desk, a Dressing Table, a Book Case, or any of
hundreds of articles they will show you both beautiful and
reasonable, and they pay the freight to your station.
Call and see them.
STREET & REED,
Ilsnlf Safci, rirs front Hafra "tr anil
"Write for Prices.
DERIGHT SAFE CO.
717 Msta St, KANSAS CITY, MO.
Cough Bjr.p, TlilssUwxI. DH
to ttma. Sola try drusjlits, !
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