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THE 8EMUWEEKLY TRIDUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRA8KA.
t hH " FARMER'S WIFE TOO 8LLT0 WORK A Weak, Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly dia E. Pinlcham's Veg etable Compound. Kasotn, Minn. "I am glad to say that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vcgetablo' Compound has done moro for mo than anything else, and I had tho best physi cian here. I waa so weak and nervous that I could not da fi! my work and suf fered with pains low down in my right sldo for a year or more. I took Lydia tablo Compound, and now I feel like a different person. I beliovo there is nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound for weak women and young girls, and I would bo glad if I could influence anyone to try the medi cine, for I know it will do all and much more than it is claimed to do." Mrs. Clara Franks, R. F. D. No. 1, Maplo crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who cuffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced of tho ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound to re store their health by the many genuino and truthful testimonials we are con stantly publishing in tho newspapers. If you Iiavo tho slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound-will help you.writo to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will'bo opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is right the stomach and bowels are right CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently butfirmly com pel a lazy liver to do its duty. Cures Coit' elipation, In digestion, Sick Headache. ,ond Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Jlel ps to eradicate dandruff. For Restoring Color and Beaut to Gray or Faded Hair, toe and ILOO at Drurelsts. 7i?giTyftftnm?CTffyW TONIC FOR -EYES Empty Titles. The emperor of Austria, It has been noted, lays claim to the title marquis of Antwerp. If all European sov ereigns could make good their minor territorial titles thero would, indeed, be a reconstruction of tho map. The Icing of Italy, for Instance, is officially styled king of Sardinia, France, Spain and England, of Italy and Jerusalem, of Greece and Alexandria, of Hamburg and Sicily, Master of the Deep, King of tho Earth. Tho king of Spain also claims to bo king of Jerusalem, king of Gallcla (a title shared with the em peror of Austria), and, in addition, king of Gibraltar, of tho West Indies and of India. Shams on Him. "What Is your friend so .elated about?" "Seems his wlfo Is marooned In Eu rope." Louisville Courier-Journal. His Contribution. "Have you, contributed anything to 1 the suffrage cause?" t "Yes; two sisters and one wife," I I3o happy. Use Itcd Cross Ball Blue; much better than liquid blue.- Delights t tho laundress. All crocers. Adv. A harp and crown await the man who lives up to his wife's expecta tions. N Keep Down Uric Acid Urloiicld Isa poison formed Inside onr bodies In digesting certain toodn, espeolallr meat, and ny tho burning op ot nerre and muaole colls during exertion. Uro ncld Is harmless as Ions as tho kldners Alter It promptlr from the blond, but people who oTcrdoimdoTnrcat, make urlo ncld so fast that It overloads the blood, weakens the kid neys, and attacks the nerves, canslnx rlien matlo pains. It forms (travel, hardens the arteries and brlUKSondropsy or lirlgbtsdlsea so. Hy restoring tho kidneys to normal acUrlty Doati's Kidney Tills help to OTereoroo oiccss urloacld .... . A Nebraska Case fwuOrfnrfTflkaStanr Mm W t. Tnln. per. bzo i-. iiiivuiii Ht., Blair. Neb. says: "I had rheu matic pains In my right arm and I Buffered from a constant, uearlnc down ache In tho small of my back and hips. My heart often palpitated I tried several remo dl s. but nothing cave mo rollof un it' FI I lil ttif L "Nidi '" l "tra """" IMU vlvMKftB Kidney IMIls They 2C.WW 111 lfc!j removed the pain In my bnci; ana Improved m y health wonderful- 1.. WtinnaU.I1 T have used Uoan's Kidney nils since, tho results n ivo ueen sausiaciury, r-.t nnr.'. tm Star. EOe n Box DOAN'SVil'L i,iiij itVi il' i ' ' Y " i "J i' i&&LkJh' i. .7 uJ f.' ! j4flE!9sBt sBHPADTFDQ .JmSw If iTTLE MPfZmP BIVtK J&WW rii.i.a. Qgy JhCjj-H' i fsSBrfl ffflL I. Nm J-OSTER-MILBURN CO., BUrrALU. n. . HARVESTING FALL AND WINTER APPLES Apples as They Gro (By m nonnrvrs coxovicn ) That apples may reach maturity, properly, It is necessary that they de velop under normul conditions. Wormy or diseased apples ripen pre maturely and will not keep. Fruit that is to bo kept for winter, must not mellow on the trees, nor soon nfter picking. Healthy winter apples aro yet imma ture in lato summer. That Is why they do not ripen under tho waim August sun that mellows tho pears and peaches and fills the purple grapes with sweetness. At this time, winter apples should not hnvo colored, nor uulto uttalned to their full .growth. During the early fall when the days are shorter and tho heat less Intense, maturing of the winter apples is slower than with summer varieties and this retarded process seems to insure firmer flesh and tougher skin than Is the case with summer varieties. During late Septembe.r and early October, the sap flow Is gradually les sening. The leaves turn to yellow and brown. The apples are now fully matured, colored and as far as growth is concerned, ready to come off but naturo will yet do something for tho fruit. Tho succulent vegetation which dovelopcil tho squash and pumpkin, has been severed from their fruits by the careful grower, but this rule need not apply In the case of the winter tree fruits. The tree having withdrawn its exub erant sap flow, tho fruit does not stand risk from frost. Under the influence of tfio cool nights tho skin of tho ap Tlo brightens and toughens. COMBATING INSECT PESTS IN ORCHARD Remove All Refuse, Such as De cayed Fruit, Dead Leaves, Limbs and Trees. The orchard should bo thoroughly cleared of all refuse such as decayed fruit, dead leaves, limbs and trees, Just after harvesting the fruit. Thero Is only one way to produce good fruit and that is to keep tho orchard in a healthy condition and as free as pos sible of the many ravenous pests, that would, if not held in check, quickly de stroy It. Where rubbish Is allowed to remain In an orchard, especially through the winter season, It makes a good har bor for Insects; but If removed and burned will destroy a large portion of thorn. Every sucker, dead limb and tree should bo removed from the orchard as well as all refuse under the trees for upon these useless branches and trees and under the rubbish winter tho ijneinies which next spring will lay -tho eggs which will produce thousands of pests. Thero are many insects and fun gous growths which never begin their attacks until tho treos aro commencing to die from somo other causo, but hasten tho death of sickly trees and then spread to tho others. Somo persons will often permit dead trees io stand year after year in their orchards to decay whllo others will simply cut tho trees down and pllo them until tho Insect llfo which they contain has developed Into myriads and passed on to attack tho nearby living trees. Dead trees should never bo cut down and tho roots loft In tho ground. They must be taken out roots and all for tho roots contain Insects which If not re moved will pass to the roots of other trees. Two of the most destructive Insects wo have to trees aro tho root borer and tho bark beotlo. They aro both easily dotected. The root-borer can be found near the surface boring its way Into tho roots while tho presenco of tho bark-beotlo Is notlceablo by tho limbs and body of tho treos containing small holes as though a chargo of buckshot had been fired Into them. If those onomlos are allowod to run tholr course tho result will bo..tho death of tho trees. Tho birds aro our host friends and tho very best means of destroying all Insect posts and should bo oncouragod to llvo and nest In tho orchards. Thero Is scarcely a bird that Is not worth moro than its weight In gold bocauso of tho many Insects It destroys. w on Long Island. This ability that fruits and veg etables hnvo for strengthening their tissues In the autumn sunshine. Is called curing, and whilo vegetables nnd many fruits must bo separated from tho parentplants to porfect this process, tho winter trco fruits nro nat urally subjected to this curative proc ess In that tho trco no longer lifts such quantities of sap to the fruit, and tho sleih instend of convoying mois ture, becomes merely a means of sus pending tho fruit In tho sun nnd air where It cures. Tho wise farmer likes to sco two or threo frosts upon his applo crop be foro ho gathers it. The next essential Is to gather tho fruit without bruising it. Hand picked they must be for winter keep ing. After gathering, the fruit should not bo allowed to He long in heaps upon tho ground, but should bo sorted and kept In a cool, airy building until bar reled. Doublo-headed barrels aro used for those apples destined for storage. Tho finest specimens aro placed at tho bot tom nnd top of the barrel with good fruit In tho center. Only fair apples aro used for this. Specked or bruised fruit Is rejected and sold In open barrels for Imme diate use. Tho barrels are shaken lightly, In order to Insure their being full. A good heading device Is imperative wh6re a largo crop is to bo handled. Apples to bo held for shipment or stored for home uso, should bo kept in a temporature ranging between 32 to 40 degrees neither higher or lower. GOOD TREATMENT NEEDED BY PLUMS Dropping of Fruit Before Maturity May Be Prevented by Giv ing Proper Attention. (Ily BESSIE L. PUTNAM.) Thero is a common complaint among those who have plum trees, that the plums always drop before maturity. This can be easily prevented by prop er treatment. It Is usually duo to lack of nourishment, late frost, or thu curcullo most frequently to tho lat ter, though often the two enter atf damaging factors. In early spring whllo tho ground Is still frozen, mulch heavily with horso manure. This serves tho doublo pur pose of supplying tho necessary plant food, and eft holding tho frost In tho ground, nnd' retarding tho growth of tho buds until danger from frost Is over. After the wenthor becomes set tled, tho coarse part of tho mulch should bo raked off and lomovod, leav ing tho flno part to contribute Its richness to tho soil. Just beforo tho buds open, spray with paris green or london purplo for curcullo, using In proportion of one pound of tho arsenlto to 300 or 3D0 gallons of water. Stone fruits ro qulro a more dilute solution than np pies. ' Paris green Is less liable to burn tho follago, though wo havo ourselves used tho london purplo for years, with no bad results. I3y mixing tho nrsenite with twice Its bulk of lime onq may guard against injury .to tho leaves A cheap, tin pump, costing only n dollar, has proved all that Is needed for tho spray, though If ono wished to uso bordeaux mixture, tho brass pump would bo required. I Novcr spray when tho trees aro In bloom, as this will bo fatal to any noes in tno neighborhood; besides, the best time for the preservation of your fruit Is Just beforo tho burin nnnn I just after tho petals fall, and still agnin two weoKs later. If this la thoroughly done thoro will bo no moro trouble from curcullo. When tho trees aro small enough to be eahlly handled, jarring every morn ing Into sheet spread for the purpose, will load to tho enpture of this post, as It goes up from tho ground to Its work. Tho Insects' method of work Is this: It cuts a tiny flap out of tho finbryo plum, deposits Its egg, and leaves It to hatch, whero tho larva will find tho table lltorally spread for It. Plums arp "rich, wholesome, deli cious. No other fruit requires so lit tle trouble In gathering or prepara tion ; few are so well liked. Better Nmo. Tho dog was a curious creaturo with a short body and long dangling cais. Tho newsboy owner wns proud, how ever, as ho held It in leash. "What klndo purp is it?" nsked an acquaintance. "Dachsunt," replied tho nowolo. "Dash hound?" "Thai's what I said." "Dash nothing," tho other contempt uously retorted, "It looks moro like a b phen.1' Youngstown Telegrnm. Sorry for Him. "John, thoro's a burglar In tho hoiiHe." "Poor fellow; It's hard to work for nothing." Men who have nothing ulsu to npolo glzo for should apologize for being on earth. After a girl gets to bo about bo old sho makes a bonflro ot tho baby pic ture of horsolf taken in n wnshbowi. Physicians Recommend Castoria C ASTORIA, lias mot with pronounced favor on tho part of physicians, pharma- coutical sociotios and modical authorities. It is used by physicians with rosults most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably tho result of three facts: The indisputable ovidonco that it is harmless: second That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nervos, but assimi-, lates the food: Third It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for Castor Oil.1 It is absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotio and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how ever, is to expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating tho systemnot by stupefying it and our readers aro entitled to the information. Hall's Journal of Health, mBBl'' ''"! S4 III if fmrm alp i n imMi 1 i ALCOHOL 3 1'KR UHNT. ALCOHOL 3 1'KR UHNT AVcgelablcPrcparnlionlbrAs slmilaiingilicrooaanilRcL'ula ling Uic Stomachs aiuIUowcls of fromolcsDilcstfonlCkerTii!- ncss and Rfist.ContalnsneKteri UpiumMorpiime nor Mineral NOT N An C OTIC. JbifJta Sicd" j!bsma llmnittd' Clatfkd Sumr imujjneutlcnr. Aperfect Remedy for Consdpiv t ion Sour Stomach.Dlartiioca Wnrms.rouvulsltms.FflTrist ncssaiulLossoi'SiEEP. Mn " IkcSiiuib Signaturcof TIT " The Centauk Compakt. NEW YORK. i Py 4 ft n tiiL rfjL'-mjw Guaranteed under tr itfiLTri'iinriJiWar"" Exact .Copy of Wrapper. Inventor of tho Airbrake-, Who really Invented the ulihrako7 Certainly tho automatic ah brake, tho ono that has proved practicable and of permanent valuo in modern railroad ing, was tho product of tho lato George Westlnghouse's Ingenuity. IUb patent for tho uutomatlc hrako was talcon out In 1872, superseding tho non-nutoinnllc or "straight" Westlnghouso alrbrako patented In 1809, and later tho West lnghouse vacuum brake was invented, Hut, as in tho ciiho of most other In vent tons, thero are sovoral claimants for originality.. In this- Hold. Thus, Mmo. M. IJiouanot, daughter of M. DebrugcB of Purls, claims tho distinc tion of priority for her father. The Now York Times Iiub a lotter from Stato Senator William V. Kloro of White Plains containing a patont oflico declaration by his grandfather, Henry Miller, of a "new nnd useful Improve ment In tho application of st(am and compressod ulr to tho purposo of op erating railroad brukes," recorded Jan uary 2, 18fi5. Mr. Miller was doubt less a pioneer in tho progress of air brake invention. Its Tendency. "Maymo has a very open counte nance, hasn't she?" "Yes, and one that la very hard to shut up." Thero aro in tho United States and Canada about four hundred cities with a population of 15,000 ur more. Two women aro sorvlng on the ud vlsory council for modlcul research appointed by tho Rngllsh govornmolit Peoplo are always bogging sonio body's pardon Just as If they leally wanted It. ft! Social Wfllfnre. First Barroom Politician Say, mil, wot's this bloomin' inortunrlum they bo tnrkln' co much about? Second Politician Well, yo sco. it's llko this. You don't pay nothln' to no body and tho government pays It for o. Klist Politician Wall, that sounds n bit of all right, doan't it. London Punch. Resting. Pntleneo Did you aeo Peggy down at tho beach? Patrice Oh, yes. "What was sho doing? Flirting, as usual?" "No, sho said sho wont down thero for a rest." Ono man's nutomobllo may bo an other man's Juggernaut. It's easier to get a poor wlfo than a good cook. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. SI. Fletcher. Dr. B. Halstoad Scott, of Chicago, 111b., says: "I havo prcscrlbod youn Castorln often for Infanta during my prnctlco, and find it very satisfactory." Dr. William Belmont, of Clovolnnd, Ohio, says: "Your Castoria standu first in its dass. Iu my thirty years of practico I can say I novcr havo found anything that so filled tho place" Dr. J. II. Taft, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Bays: "I havo usod your Castoria and found it an oxcollont remedy In my household and private practico for many years. Tho formula is excellent." Dr. It. J. Hnmlon, of Dotrolt, Mich., nays: "I prescrlbo your Caotorla extensively, na I havo novcr found anything to equal it for children's troubles. I am nwnro that thero aro imitations in tho Hold, but I always eoo that my patients got Flotchor'o." Dr.Wm.J MoCranu, of Omaha, Nob., Bays: "As tho fathor of thirteen childron I certainly know something about your great modlclno, and asldo from my own family oxpcrlonco I havo in my years of practico found Cas torln a popular and efficient romedy In almost every homo." Dr. J. It. Clauson, of Philadelphia, Ta., uaya: "Tho nnmo that your Caa toria has raado for itself in tho tens of thousands of homes blossod by tho presenco of children, scarcely needs to bo Bupplomentod by tho endorse ment of tho medical profession, but I, for ono, most heartily endorso it and beliovo it an oxcollont remedy." Dr. It. M. Ward, of Kansas City, Mo., Bays: "Physicians gonorally do not prescrlbo proprietary preparations, but in tho caso of Castoria my experi ence, llko that of many other physicians, has taught mo to mako an ex ccptlon. I prescrlbo your Castoria in my practico bocauso I havo found it to bo a thoroughly rollablo romedy for children's complaints. Any physi cian who has raised a family, as I havo, will Join mo in heartiest rocom mendation of Castoria." GENUflNE CASTORIA ALWAYS y Boara tho Signature of iim Tiie-Kind You Have Always Bought 3n Use Fop Over 30 Years. TUB OKNTAUn COMPANY, NKW YORK CITY. Rays of Humor. From underneath tho war cloud lit tle Hashes of humor escnpo now and again. Two Irish sergeants, brought wounded to Paris, aro reported as say ing that they did not know exactly whoro tho battlo was, but they had just been "lighting at Copenhagen." They probably meant I'oinpolgnu, but It made no difference In tholr willing ness to light. Tho Pails Figaro pictures as a com mon eight on tho streets two men reading their respective newspapers through to tho end, and then exchang ing u Flgiuo for a Matin, and absorb' Ingly rereading In iho Bocond newspa per tho Identical olllclal announcement which they had read In tho (lrst. Life rota'lns Its shaduH ot fun even in the darkest shadow of trouble. Accountlnrj for It. "That girl has a swelled head." "That's only bocuuso sho wcaru such big 'rntB.' " Some peoplo u too dull to cut oven an undoslrnblo ncqunlutnnco Get the Molting Molting time is lost timo tnero nro no eggs with which to pay tho feed bills. Get it over Feed a good full prMS Poultry Regulator 25c. ii1es. to 25 lb. It's a u en tie. InvIcorntliiK trnle Juit PrsiiS. 2-icc Miner 2Sc.to$:,oo nnd nil I'rntUi l'roducts aro KUnrantnod satisfaction or munov liack. 01 Have you J'ralta Imltru KooklOO Pratt. 160 two Poultry Book is a complrta Ruide, hsndiomely illuiK.lfd. Be wra lo a COIv. jrni i"jiwaiu iwi i ww. PRATT FOOD CO., A MINISTERS WIFE Always Speaks a Good Word For Feruna. A- Splendid Woman Mrs. O. F. McHarffue, 147 W. 3th St., Jacksonville, Florida, writes: "I had catarrh and throat trouble. Threo bottles of Poruna cured me. As a minister's wlfo I come In con tact with all classea of people, and Bhall always speak n good word for Perunn. I havo given trial bottle to a few friends. Wishing you abun dant bucccss. I remain, yours truly. " Tho British Hussars. Tho Seventh Queen'a Own Hussars formed from dragoons in 1S07 was tho regiment In which tho duke of Connnught served to learn cavalry service, nftor being In tho rifles and aitlllory. His son, Prince Aithur, and also tho Prlnco Alexander of Teck be gan tholr military career In tho earns regiment. Young man, beware of tho girl who looks llko a peach, Sho may bo a lomon In disguise YOl'lt OWN imiWfllfiT WILL TKI.T, TOO 1'ry Murlno K;u Urmi-ilf fur Hod, Weak, Watorr ICyua unci (Jriiiiulntivl UjelM: No Smarting inst Krn Comfort. Wrlln for llook nf iho lijre j mall l"ru' Murlno lijo HcuiuJ Co., Chicago. Of the 828,800 persons employed In the manufacturing industry of Now .Jorsey S0.IH2 aro women. Ten smiles for n nickel. Always buy Red Ciokh Unit llluc; have beautiful clear whit clothes. Adv, Franco makes nearly twenty-six mil. Hon pairs of gloves yearly, and of theso 18,000,000 pairs aro exported. Over Quickly ration nnd be suro to includo pall nt titO, wlmt tho Jiem need, paotit jjet . PHILA., CHICAGO. TORONTO, UflHHiiif n Mm. SJ&L WIZVM fi' ts SEj&aF Lntr fJti3iJlS8 -. t . -l -Mr, va