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Tha Kaiser's imny in sprvad ragutSrla, 1th brivid nriil ixirridge made largely from the ix'.iti.-t. DOCTOItS BEST FORMULA lor llrmnrAi-.My Qnlrk Artlnn ('Id unit on a ha. This iircs;ii.)tinn will frequently rure the worst cold in a day's tlmn, and It is a sum euro for any cough that can be niri'd. "Two ounces Glyc erine; half oiw.i'e Concentrated Pine; put these into half a pint of Rood whiskey and u.so In doses of tr-aspoon-ful to a ta'l;v.poonful every four hours. Shake hottle well each time." Any drupglt Mas these lnKredents In stock or will quickly get them from hla wholesale house. The Concen trated Pine ia n special pine product and comes only In half ounce vials, each enclosed In an air tight case; hut be sure It Is labeled "Concentrated." This formula cured hundreds lu re la.st winter. In Ashanti-e Is a tree which furnish es butter. piles crnr.n m 9 to 14 pays. PAZO OINTMKNT la Rtiarnntrnt to cure-an. a case of Itching-, lllind, lilwdinir or Protrudiutf Filaa In 6 to 14 dava or money refunded. 5tic Ijike Krie produces more lish to the square mile than any other body of water la the w orld. . WANTS HER LETTER PUBLISHED s. 3 t,;,.:" OPENING UP BRAZIIa For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a frreat gufferer from femalo troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system. I read so ruuchofwhatLydia E. I'inkham's Veg etable Compound had done for other Buffering women I felt Bure it would help me, and I must say it did help me wonderfully. My pains all left me. I frew stroiiKer.and within three months vas a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. John O. Moldav, ,2115 Second St., North, Minneapolis, Minn. i Thousands of unsolicited and genu ine testimonials like the above prove the eflicieucy of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. 1 Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should 'not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. rinkham'a Vegetable Compound to restore their health. I f you want special advice write I to Mrs. Plnkbam, at Lynn, Mass. Bhewill treatyourletterasstrJctly confidential. For 20 years she has been lieJpintr nick women in this way, free of charge Don't hesitate write at once . QANTFn KrIUbU, Kn.raetle JSa who 1mJ cn d.rota til or part of time t taklns order for I.CBBICATINU OILS And 0IHCA5B.H. I fur parUculara addreaa H. W. SWllft. Cl.r.l.ud, O 17ESTERH CANADA What 1.1. Hill, th Grat Railroad Ma ma to, Says About Its Whoat-Produclns Powari The jyrmitMit need of thla country i Ituteu ntatcH) in nnotnor Renw ra tion or two will tie ton pro viding 01 fiODiftti mr it people nd producing ufllcint for tnem. The ! du of our prominence M wheat exporting i country are gone, Caiv ia is to do me btmi wheat country." ThlBinatrailroAdinaff nate la taking alvante of tho ait nation by e tennlve railway build In to t how heat fields otj.Weatoru CauudsW Upwards off 125 Million Bushels of Wheat jot the three provimro of AHterta. 1 Haakittchewnn and Mnnitoha will be Iuiwardaor uum-i imt acre. J'ree horneatc-ari. of 1 no nrnw. nml adjoining- pre-emptions of Iibu arret in a J imt arrt-t, nr to be hud la Hie iiiolrett 11h( rlcta. Sr-hnnls conTenlcnt. r-Umnte- IPrell'iit, Boll tlie very bent, railway. rlmn at linml, rmlld-tna-lumber t-lii-up, fuel eany to IK"I. Itu'B rfu,iiuiit ill Hater eanlly procure!; mixed farming- a auc-t-t-na. V nto na to SiMMtt pliu'e lor imttn-inenl, attipra Ifiw railway Mti-a. ltkMTiiitlve illuti It ruled "LiiHt boat V tut (wnt free on application .and ot her informo tion. to bup'fc of lmwlifratioo. following Cnatllan Oov't Agenta: rL T. UolmeM. 81b Jac'lcMin 1SL. Ht. i'aul, Hlnn.. nd J. U. Ma4'LAetiln. (tax IK, WatartawD, Houta Dakota. (Uae addruia Bearaatyoa.) Plaaae aay arbera yoo aw thla advaftlaaraant. Raarmonilr Rlrh (onnlrf I A He RearhrJ by t Waiter Koetea. Bolivia east of the Andes Is one ol the richest regions of the world In timber, rubber nnd minerals fend H has some lino agricultural lands. It has no outlet on the l'a. ilic coast. Vi only outlet Is through the Amazon and rara, and alnce peace was made with Brazil a railroad activity In this dl rection has taken possession of the whole republic. East of llolivla Is the groat Hrav.ll Ian state of Malta U rosso, a territory nearly three times the size of Texas. A dozen large navigable rivers pour northwestward out of this state Into the Amazon. Its agricultural, mining and grazing possibilities are very great. It Is said that a great deal of thu territory will grow as fine long staple cotton as Mississippi or Alabama. The Brazilian government has matured a plan to connect by canal one of tha tributaries of La Plata In this state, thus opening an all-Inland water rout from Para to Buenos Aires, a distance of nearly 6,000 miles, saya the En gineering Magazine. This extensive route would reach the whole Interior of the continent. Turning to the west and northwest, the Amazon Is navigable In its chlel tributaries In Peru, Ecuador and Co lombia to the very walls of the Andes. One may go aboard a Kteamer at Para and remain aboard until It has plowed Its way up to the hill city of Iqultoa and several hundred miles beyond. Peru has little Pacific coast trade now and the development of this country must pour its wealth into Para. But if Brazil and Para had none of these Andean republics to draw trade from, the development of the Brazil ian Amazon valley alone must in time amount to untold wealth. In the states of Para and the Amazonas and the fed eral territory of Acre there are near the water's edge 10,000,000 rubber bearing trees of the Hevea variety. These trees If properly tapped will live indefinitely and steadily increase their yield. The state of Para is consider ably larger than Texas and much ol this state will grow excellent cotton. 7t -r Mmmm TU I ALS of the n e:di ;ms1 lilHIS IS" HIS ISA PIIM .VWW IT ANY L1 f .'('iM'YtairfliSTRF ,Y IS V-'Y FUNNY J 5TK THIS PI XI MF. ) fa 1IE PILL"! HAT ailir) &3 MM PAW-J 'AW PlLLVcnrGAVEl nlu t Ma f EF.U Lr.13 lane 1HE KIPS CTiiEr:s is bopEY 1 Y-aJi fi 1 Resolved jh'aT a Cood laugh and a .WORTH LIVING. PAW PILL MAKE LIFE imiftii-isr mm mm mm MM m 1 Monron'n Vnrr I'aw Illla conx th liver Into activity by gentle methods. They do not aoour, Krlje or weaken. They are a tonic to the atontach, liver nnd nervea ; Invigorate Instead of waknn. They enrich the blood and enable the etomach to Ret all the notiilshmont from food that Is put into It. These pllla con tain no calomel ; tlicy are soothing, heal ing and etlmulntinpr. For sale by nil druR irlsta In 10c nnd "5c nies. If you n!d medical advice, write J.lunvon's loctors They will advise to the l-rrt of their abil ity absolutely free of Clmpe. l V. VO.'S. B3t anil JclTeraitn Ma., I'hll ftdelphlA. I'a. Miiriyon Cold Remcly cures a cold In one d:iy. l'rloe SBc. Munyon'a Rheuma tism Remedy relieve In a few hours and curee In a few days, l'rlce 25c, I The 1'urls motor orniillmsos use a mixture of i-qunl part') of iilcohol and benzol for fuel. Tin average consmnp tlon Is nine centilitt-ia a ton kilometer. Tlie Aincrlcnn varieties of tho plum ere liardicr than cither tin- Japanese or Euioppim kinds. The old cock and the youns hem. or the young cock and the old liens, make a good combination. Never sprinkle wood uslie on the floor of the chickeii-liouKC. as It causes foot trouble. I'se fine coal ashes. Young pigs should have fresh sod thrown In to them occasionally If they are not allowed to run out in a large yard. Don't forget the calves and year lings. Don't leave thtni out In the cold nights until tliey aie ;iliclied and haggard. It Is natural for a hoi to root, but if you want to prevent him from doing so a simple ring In the snout will an swer the purpose. Don't Persecute your Bowels aaa) ajraaa'iaa, Tta ara bratal rj. Ir CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Fa-. Ira. I II . Aa awaatr aa aW kxa. iiiiiiiT r'" atlhrhaaral Ca 'T .Va,K CARTERS; 3ITTLE JlVER Sktk laaaWW aaa Ud aaalaa, aa aa U Sanadl Pill, Small Doae, Small Price OE.M'INE Moat Dear Mlnaturci Children's Coughs c' Ooai Much U oaocoMory Suffer'np CURS Cia laataot icU auudiaa and heala tlie Lltla llmaal aod paeveata owra aenoua illcaa. CiuUira aika it loo ao r' "' la laka and tkca out umI tbtauack All Drug liata, 2S caala. Pawnshops In Chile are under spe cial regulations of the general govern ment, enforced by local authorities. Fujly.ma, the volcano that appears In all Japanese pictures, is 12.SG5 feet high and ten thousand pilgrims ascend it every year. Tracing the criminal by his finger prints was successfully accomplished at Scotland Yards, London, last year in no- fewer than 9,440 cases. According to the Hospital, London, some English physicians are ordering patients to eat oysters that have been well soaked In sea water as a cure for dyspepsia and tuberculosis. As a weaver, nature is an exceeding ly neat worker. Certain tree barks and, leaves furnish excellent cloth, such as, for Instance, the famous tapa cloth used In the South Sea Islands. In the vicinity of Coucepclon and Talcahuano, Chile, there are more than eighty million cubic meters of soft coal of -fair quality within an area of eighty thousand square meters, or about 30.7 square miles. The vein is 3.5 metens, or about 11.5 feet, thick. Excellent natural pottery is manu factured by nature in the case of a certain cactus. Woodpeckers are apt to excavate nests In the trunk and branches, and, In order that it may protect Itself against these Incursions, the plant exudes a sticky juice, which hardens, forming a woody lining to the hole made by the birds. Event ually the cactus dies and withers, but the wooden bowl remains. The congressional library Is render ing a great service not only to the other libraries of this country, but to those in Canada, Europe and Australia, by Its catalogue division, by Its com pilation of rules governing cataloguing, by its classification methods, which are being generally imitated, and by its duplicate cards that now go to one thousand libraries of this country. Four million cards have gone during the last year. In 1801 there were in Europe only twenty-two cities which had more than 100,000 Inhabitants. These were Lon don, Dublin, Paris, Marseilles, Lyons, Amsterdam, Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna, Naples, Rome, Milan, Venice, Palermo, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, St. Peters burg, Moscow, Warsaw, Copenhagen and Constantinople. Two only of these cities had more than 500,000 London, 950,000, and Paris, 600,000. Naples came third, with 360,000, and Vienna fourth, with 230,000. At eighteen Mendelssohn produced "Midsummer Night's Dream"; Meyer beer, "Jephtha's Daughter"; Schubert, "Erl King"; Bach was court musician at Weimar; Michael Angelo executed his basso-rlllevo of the "Battle of the Centaurs"; Da Vinci s work waa ac knowledged by his master, Verochla, as far surpassing his own; Iie de Vega, the Spanish dramatlwt, and com nosed "Arcadia"; Savage produced his first comedy, "Woman's a Kiddle," and Shelley wrote "Queen Mab." There Is more Cntnrrh In thla section of the country than all other dlaeasrs put to gether, nnd until the luHt few yinra wan suppoKPd to be 'incurable, l'or a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, nnd by con stantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Oblo. Is tbo only con stitutional cure on the market. It is, taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a lea spoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Tbey offer one hundred dollnrs for any case It falls to cure. Kend fur clreulnrs and testimonials. Address: V. J. CIIEXEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Irus!TlBts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Snakes have no external ears, but "hear" by feeling vibration of sound on their delicate scaly covering. Only One "IIKOMO Ut'IMNE" That is LAXATIVE ItKOMO QUININE. Look lor the signature of K. V. GKOVE. Used tha world over to Cure a Cold in Une Day. c FASHION HINTS Apply manure from dairy stables and henhouses; abo wood ashes If you have them. Don't be afraid of geitins the garden soil too rich. Select your squash seeds from among the earliest good squash that matures. If you wait till later, the next year's product will be still later. Daffodils are perhaps the first choice, with crocus, snowdrois and grape hyacinths for variety, and In shady places lilies of the valley and some others. The burning of a few strips of zinc in the furnace or cook stove is said to prove effective in moving the soot which has accumulated In the flues and pipes. Eggs are injured by washing. It gives them a frailer look. Washed eggs will not keep so well, neither will they hatch as well. Wipe off the dirt with a moist woolen rag, but no more. Have your name on every Jar of but ter you send out. Also write the weight on the bottom so that it will not rub off. A slip of paper pasted on, with these tilings written in ink, Is best. a lever. He Is pull'ug his load with the weight on the hind wheels. He is cutting with a dull saw. Klit of nil. grow more grasses Rnd study how to build up the fertility of the soil so that it w ill grow larger and better crops of nutritious grasses. You nay convert the grass Into milk and Its products into flifth nnd Into manure for grain crops, or you may sell tlie liny by the ton. according to the facts of your particular location. It sounds foolish to hear men talk ing about fanning without grasses and land that can be made lo yield at least two tons or well-cured hay to the acre. The greatest thrift that we have seen among the farmers In va rious parta of the ten leading agricul tural states has been on farms of about ion Here where grass was the basis of their farming and where this graas was fed out to animals that were kept on their farms. Without gtass it Is impossible to keep up a rational system of crop ro tation uud build up the fertility of the soil for future crops. A fanner can not afford to grow half a ton of grass to the acre any more than lie can af ford to grow ten bushels of wheat or corn. Such croiw will keep him poor forever. Agricultural Epltoml.t. If a I BROWN'S BaoNciiLrVL Troches hatantly raltava Sort Throat, Hoananaaa ani Couch. UnaacaOaal tern clearing tha hcc. Alam fetaly Iraa faaa aatataa aa aortllna haxmiuL fatoa, 25 canta, 60 caata and 1.00 ftt boa. laaanfla aasl a aatjuaat JOHN . BROWN fc SON, Boaton. Maaa, A a lurrnillurr Lover. A blaze was discovered in a Wil liamsburg letter box and the contents, about fifty letters, were charred befort the lire was extinguished. It Is the opinion of the police that a young man wrote a proposal of marriage to his cirl and then got cold feet and set th boxful of letters on tire to destroy hla own. It was Ueorge Ade who wrote this caution to young men, "Tell 'era anything you want, but won't writ letters." Boston Globe. Hard l urk. Old Lady I'oor man! What have you done to your hand? Unemploy able Broke my knuckles, mum, knock In' at people'! doors askin' for work. London Scraps. No boy was ever heard to say at One packer is authority for the tateniKiit that the cost of picking apples varies from 7 cents per barrel where the trees are low to 20 cents per barrel where the trees are lurge and limbs high. A deep pointed waist line, back and front, ia tha feature of this dinner gown. 1 he overskirt ii gathered on in (omewhal generous fullness, and the trimming for tin ntire gown is the material corded. It is a very dashing style for a tlendet Stfure. Distinction. "Col. who? I don't think I ever heard of the man. What is there bo remark able about him?" "By George, air. he's got the longest beard in the Stute of Ukluhoma, and ttet'e aaylnjr a heap, let me tell you!" HARD TO DKOP, But Mamr Drop It. A young Calif, wife talks about coffee: "It was hard to drop Mocha and Java end give Postum a trial, but my nerves were so shattered that I was a nervous wreck and of course that means all kinds of ails. "At first I thought bicycle riding caused it and I gave it up, but my condition remained unchanged. I did not want to acknowledge coffee caused the trouble, for I was very fond of it. At that time a friend came to live with us, and I noticed that after he had been with us a week he would not drink his coffee any more. 1 asked him the reason. He replied, 'I have not had a headache since I left off drinking coffee, some months ago, till last week, when I began again, here at your table. I don't see how anyone can like coffee, anyway, after drinking Postum!" "I said nothing, but at once ordered a package of I'ostum. That waa five months ago, and we have drank no coffee since, except on two occasions when we had company, and the result each time was that my husband could not Bleep, but lay awake and tossed and talked hs'.f the night. W'e were convinced that coffee caused his suffer ing, so he reiuruod to I'ostum, con vinced that coffee was an enemy, In stead of a friend, and be is troubled no more by insomnia. "I, myself, have gained I pounds In weight, and my nerves have ceased to quiver. It seems so easy now to quit coffee that caused our aches and alls and take up Postum." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's a Rea son." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are gesulee, true, mi fall When plnworms are noticed to be present in horses, frequent injections of infusions of tobacco, infusions of quassia chips, one-half pound to one gallon of water, followed by a ca- hartlc, are most efficient. :':ll::ll. tin- lit-tr.T. As tlie result of considerable trou ble with fractious hellers I have worked out the following method of reducing them to gentleness at calving time, says a dairyman. I handle the new-born calf and then carefully ap proach near enough to the heifer so she can smell the odor of the calf upon my hands. This pioduces mar velous results, for the young mother fawns upon me almost as affection ately as upon her calf. Having thus won her confidence and will, I can usually break her to milk without rouble. Mow to Keep (renin. There Is no better way of holding cream from one day to another than to run it over a cooler immediately as It comes from the separator, cooling It thereby to some ."0 degrees Fahrenheit. It will be well to skim the first lot of cream very rich, about 40 per cent fat. Then cool this to a low tempera ture and hold it cold until the second day. The cream separated on the sec ond day may be somewhat thinner, containing from 25 to 30 per cent fat. This may be run directly into the cold. rich cream of the previous day and the two lots thoroughly mixed. After the mixture has stood an hour or so It ought to be tested both for fat and acidity. If it hns a slow acid ity near throe-tenths of 1 per cent, s starter may be used. After mixing the starter with the cream ripen it at 65 to 70 degrees until the acidity reaches about live-tenths of 1 per cent. The cream ought then to be cooled to about 50 degrees and held at this temperature until It is churned. Sweet cream from clean milk ought to keep without deterioration for twen ty-four hours, and if this is mixed with cream fresh from the separator the mixture should stand from six to ten hours, with nn occasional stirring so as to ripen uniformly. If you do not do this the older cream may churn before the fresh cream when tbey are mixed together, and un der such conditions there may be a large loss of butter in the buttermilk. E. W. Partington. Pleasant iferesiM Neiiii Svniji i f Fir.s a;ul F.lixir of C1UK! ;''J(-i ! to lk- cultured and the wtll-itifui nnd ;uiil the hc;iH1iy because its component parts ;tre simple and whole some and because it acts with out disturbing the natural func tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable quality or substance. In its production a pleasant and refreshing syrup of the ftps of California is unit ed with the laxative and car minative properties of ccrlaia plants known to act most bene ficially, on the human system, when its gentle cleansing is de sired. To pet its beneficial ef fects, always buy the genuine, for sale by all reputable drug gists ; one siite only, price fifty cents a bottle. The name of the company California Pig Syrup Co. is always plain ly printed upon the front of ev ery package of the genuine. .vi s v 1 lyl -i. v iorria 5yrup (o. LOUISVILLE, KY. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NEW YORK. N. l-'.leelrle l.ltcbta on Karma. The introduction of tungsten lamps Is doing much to advance the use oV electricity on farms. It is osslble for the farmer with a email plant, driven either by a gasoline engine or by damming a small stream, to ob tain sufficient current to light his bouse and barn with this economical type of incandescent lamp. 1 he use of electricity on the farm, by the way, la growing and. as pointed out by the Electrical World, farmers will in time come to consider electricity a neces sity. Then it will be found profitable to establish central generating stations for farming districts to take the plm-e of the small individual plants now be ing installed. I'akr Hullvr. The Kansas State food Inspector has unearthed another "butter dodge You may have noticed offers of a chem ical lv the aid of which you can take a half pound of butter and a half pound of water and make a whole pound of solid butter. Mr. Klelnhans got some of the chemical and had his wife try it. To his surprise the prod uct was up to advance notices, and It could hardly be told from an all-pure- butter product. The inspector is now going to keep a bharp lookout for any defrauding that may be attempted aloiig this line, and If you are tempted by any of the alluring advertising and claims for this chemical or prepara tion, our advice would br! don't. Mall and Breeze. iniurlaiii of ;i'Hln lliillona. In a recent experiment to determine the relative value of oats as feed for horses, six mature grade I'ercheron geldings were fed on a basal ration of clover and timothy hay, three receiv ing oi'.ts and tlie other three corn lis a supplemental ration. Kstinritlng the corn to be worth 40 cents per bushel, oats 20 cents per bushel, and hay $1 per ton, It was found that the average cost of food per hour of work was I!.:! cents for the corn fed horse and 4.51 cents for those fed oats. The use of corn to the exclusion of other grain for a period of forty-eight weeks was found not to be detrimental to the health cf work horses, and they en dured hard work during the hot weather as well as those receiving oats. IaaporlaaM-a of Uraaa. In attempting to farm without grasses tbe farmer is lifting without Tiilierrulonlw foucettleil. As it is the often long-concealco tj.ira ;er or tubficulasls through whic h It Is especially dangerous when It affects animals that are valued, like dairy cows, because an important ar ticle of food, like milk. Is produced within and is dally drawn from theii living bodies for long periods of time this concealed character must be re garded as one of the Important facts about the disease, and as too nianv persons are li-cllned to take for grant ed that a dairy herd is free from tu berculosis simply because the cows ol which It is made up look and act like healthy animals, it seems desirable tc clearly define this concealed charac ter. Tuberculosis may be acute and pro gress rapidly from infection to death, llut this is very rare. More commonly it is an insidious, slowly progressive, chronic disease, the beginning and early stages of which are rarely rec ognized. It may attack and remain confined to any one pail of the body; it may attack many parts in succes sion, one after the other, or it may at tack several or many parts simulta neously. Its encroachments are sc gradual that the body can adjust o. adapt Itself to the changes the dis ease causes until they have becomt very extensive, without giving exter nal evidences of the struggle to do so, and often the disease progresses tc nearly its fatal termination in caltlf without showing a well-defined symp torn or an observable sign of its pres ence. Farmers and Drovers' Journal l-'olly of (uulluuuaa ('ropplnar. A nuin near my home worked away for months clearing up a piece ot land that had grown up to bruhh, cutting the green stuff and hauling off the stone, until he had a fine lot nicely brought under cultivation. I saw this field after it was plowed, and it cer tainly did look fine. This piece of land the man planted to potatoes, and dug an excellent crop. Tbe owner of the farm told with con siderable pride in his voice how many bushels he had taken from the field. "It paid me for all my work that ose first crop." Hut where he made a mlutake was In putting potatoes on that lot tlie next nasi, n. It seemed as if he must have tin -light: "Now I have got a thing, I'l: make the most of it." For three . cs-sive years that farmer kept the I under tbe harrow, each time ting the same crop potatoes. The r day I panTed that way, and I i v saw a more completely demoral ; piece of land than that was. The ' ok for a crop was dubious indeed. year more and the white bean .ul will have been reached. w, If that man had just taken off or at most two. crops and then Fin ed the land down it would have 1 1 i' good piece of ground for many t ;i s. If I ever had a marked exam pic of what continuous cropping will do for a field it was right there. It las to adopt a good rotation pays tbe nan who owns the land now and tho one who w ill be Its master tomor row. Agricultural Epltoinl HI' f',1 I'! Ol IK l. . ; O'l-1 t, i - Ollr, Pon't resolve to be better to the world: limit your desire to be more patient with your family and neighbors. If Von Are a Trifle Bcnaltlve. about the lze of your bIiom, many pHplt wrur Himiller ahoen by lifting Allen' Foot Kane, the Antiseptic l'owtlcr tc nhke Into tho Khocx. It cures Tired, Swollen, Ach liiK Feet una K'vea rewt and comfort. JiiHt the thhiK for patent leather alioea. Sold everywhere, CTc. Siiui(il aent K1SKB. Ad dresa Allen 8. Ol mated. Le Hoy, N. V. In spite of present facilities, con tracts are out or bills asked for a dos in new railway lines In Kimland. Mr. Wlnalow'a Soothing Syrup (or children teething, aoftrna tha aruma, re duces Inflammation, allay pain, oures wind colic. 26c a bottle. 'Dollar It Is a hundred years since a bank felled In Cbiuo. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu late and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules. easy to take. Do not gripe. Coal of Mvliiir, The price of beef, like the famous cow, Will Jump o er the moon some day. And the tariff on milk will take a leap Clear up to tho Milky Way. A$- for a Dime Why aprnd s dollar when 10c buys bos of CASCAKETS at any drug atore? U a directed get the natural, eaty reiulla Saves many dollar mate' on medicine that do not cure. Million regularly oat) CASCARETS. Buy bos now 14 week's treatment proof ia the mora tog. 4 CUT THIS OUT, mall It with your sd dreaa to Starling Hemedy Company. ChlcaKo, III., and receive a handsome amivontr gold Hon Bon Box B'ltEK. PAY IF CUPEQ We t psttv aat sjA natal l t-a, REA CO.. DEPT. 85, MINNEAPOLIS. HIIV PILES PATEE1TS Wataea R.t'nleman,Waab Ichumi.Iia:. Huuk'lm. Hick at raference. llaat raaulat. VETERINARY COURSE AT HOToTt aiaaa vmt fcnrl iipwftrriimn tiemaile taking Mf 4I&UU Vftarlrmr 'mn at hn.i ilurlnf Dtui II m: taut htln Inipltwl V'.iigl.nh: Ilptonm ranted, pa) ltlonolitlni ftf urveafiilMti.dnt:fft within rmoM fall; MtlfaitloB f iiarantaed; particulars fr. UataHf Tatorfaarj rrrMadaM Sett., beat 10 Laataa. Cm S. C. N. U. No.6 1910. Despair and Despondency No one but a women can tell the story of the sufferint, the deapair, and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of ill-health end pain because ol disorders and deranifemenU of the delicate end important ortfnns that era distinctly feminine. The tortures so brsvely endured oom plctely upset the nerves if lontf continued. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure tat weakness and disease of the feminine organism. IT MAKE5 WEAK WOHCN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. It alleys inflammation, heal ulceration and soothe pain. It tone and builds up the nerve. It fit for wifehood and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and have nothintf tn urriai nnnn vmi mm ' inar aa rfrtywl ' It is non-secret, non-alcoholio and has a record of forty years of core. Ask Your Neighbors. They probably know of some of it many cures. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and bow to euro them at home, send 21 one-cent stamp to Dr. Pierce to psy cost of mailinf afy, and he will send you a frit copy of hi great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to date edition, in paper coven. In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamp. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. MP SCHOOt SHOES 1 li . AW a i j-ikk iron rwy mt I "WEAR LIKE IRON " They wear best where the wear is hardest Made of selected ictiuici ouctiuiiy lannca io resist exactlv the kind of wfnr a hrnlthw fV boy or girl will give them. wo layers of leather are sewed in at tip instead of one, to prevent the kicking out. The soles are extreme toughness. Mayer Special Merit School Shoes are made to fit a child's foot in a comfortable, natural way mm win prevent ioot irouDie in later years, yet tbey are styuin ana gooa loosing, unly the genuine have the Mayer Trade Mark stamped on the sole. KREE-lf tou will send ua tha nama of. d.al.r h. J . . iaj opvci.i merit Bcnooi anot a, wt win tend youftrM( poat paid, a bandaoma plctura, aiaa 13x20, of.Oeorrre Washington. We also make Honorbllt Shoes for men, reading loot Shoes. Martha Washington aM .. r m . . iomiori anoes, xerma cushion Shoes and Work Shoes. F. MAYER BOOT & SHOE CO. MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN a' ) ai " , i naS 60 LT DISTEMPER ,Cu tx handled Tory ilr. Th 1rkssrsiourr1.Bndllottil1A tu sru f table, no mattr bof "lhmmhI, krpl from lia.viAy la 4k , vaiiit sjy aaiusi mi yn D 4vajv i I'vai svaa. viut imierua, or iu i it, awBiMT. dm i rwueur mwr Known tor mars la tuaL fuarmnteed tocureonacaaa, NuanAtU a botUai band driunrtttt aad harneaa daien. or aanl tipraa aaid b4 US all forms c One ttoUlaa drutftr ita aaa naruM aieri. or aant ipram ald nanufaeKirars. Cut ..bo a how to poulUoa thruata. Oar i &nkiatKivMarTinlDsx. lxcal airot.ta aAUil. ir,M t hurartwwlflUttaQoa twnjy iwara. POHM MgOIOAL COaa cwstiHiiflcbto, Goshen, lndnU.t,Aa l....ttat.M III I WIlPH AM hnn o. mm w a RAYO LAMP t a high-Brad lamp, sold ol a Uweaicav kara ara I as Da thai coat more, but there U BO belter lama at aaT aricav Ths Bumet, tha UVk, lh Chimmry-Holcler alt are 9 . , . a . n . jrwm a ..a rami thing la a lamp; ihete para oi tne ti i uutmr aia aarfactlv eotutructed and there ia nothing known ia tha ait ef iaaao-auiica that could add lo tha talus oi tha RAYO a THE STEADY fVHITI UCiU a lijaVl-fWing aevic. Suilabl for any room ia a)f irivDara. IX aoi m oara..ana yalTa alrvalar aa Iba aaaraal Ammaj it aaa STANDARD OIL COMPANY fcUsVsjaXaiJBMaBtV 1 the table, "This U nay full f knots a interest.