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THE 8EMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
" BEST MEDICINE FOR WOMEN" What Lydia E. Pinkliam'a Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio Woman Portsmouth, Ohio." I suffered from Irregularities, pains in my Bide and was so weax at umcs l could hardly got around to do ray work, and as I had four in my family and throo boarders it made it very hard for mo. Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a Voge tablo Compound was recommended to me. I took it and it has restored my health. It is medicine for woman's ailments I over jaw." Mrs. Sara Shaw, R. No. 1, Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Shaw proved the merit of this medicine and wroto this letter in order that other suffering women may find . relief as she did. Women who are suffering as sho was should not drag along from day to day without giving this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vege table Compound, a trial. For special Advice in regard to such ailments writo to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.,Lynn, Mass. The- result of its forty years experience ia at your service. Scheme of Food Swindlers. Rationing has' Its drawbacks. Re ports from Holland state that tho In genuity of tho food swindlers knows no bounds. Within tho Inst few weeks many have gone to private houses rep resenting themselves as Inspectors un Her the distribution law, and by some plauslblo pretext obtnlned tho resi lents' food cards or carried oil all tho trail able provisions. CatMThal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications an they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is nly one way to euro Catarrhal Deafness, ind that Is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATAIIRH MEDICINE acts through the, Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces it tho System. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous Uning- of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and hen H Is entirely closed, Dcafnoss Is tho result. Unless tho Inflammation can bo ro luced and this tube restored to Its nor nnl condition, hearing may be destroyed torever. Many cases of Deafness aro mused by Catarrh, which Is an inflamed tondltton of tho Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any iaso of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH WEDICINE. All Druggists 7Cc. Circulars freo. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Meant Business. She I like tho way the men had of :nlklng In the days of old when knights rero bold. He How did they talk? She They had u habit of saying, 'All, marry, will 1 1" RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, ind oz. of glycerine. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at home at very little cost. Full directions for mak ing and uso come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken itreaked, faded gray hair, and make it soft ind glossy. It will not color the scalp, is not iticky or greasy, and does not rub off. Adv. Sugar Produced in Paraguay. Paraguay Jn 1017 produced 738 tons Uf Hlgffr .onfonrth homo con sumption requirements. To keep clean and healthy tnko Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regu lato liver, bowels and stomach. Adv, Chicago may qualffmUrio to check pneumonb, HEALTH WAS WRECKED NttUog Brouiht Relit! Until Dou'i Wen Uitd. Wudrful Improvement Wu Effected. "I had such awful cutting pains In tho small of my back and hips, I often had to cry out," says Mrs. Er nest Wicthoelter, 550 Madison St., St. Charles, Mo. "Tho pain was knlf e-llko and I couldn't turn ia bed, In fact I was inmost helpless. My feet and ankles swelled badly, my hands were puffed up and there wero swellings under my eyes. "I often got go dltry I had to sit down to keep from falling nnd my health was complete ly broken down. The kidney secre tions pnlncd terribly In passage and in spite of all tho medicine I took, I kept getting worse until I was a wreck. "By chance I read about Doan'a Kidney Pills and bought some. After I had used half a box thcro was a chango and I continued to improve; the pains, aches nnd swellings left and my health returned." Bworn to before me, WM. F. WOLTHIt, Notary PubHo. ALMOST TWO YEARS LATER, May 25, 1017, Mrs. Wlethoeltcr said: "I think as highly of Doan'a as ever. Whenever I have used them, they haVo benefited me." Get Doan'a at Any Store. 60c a Box DOAN'S K,?jaT FOSTER-MILDURN CO, BUFFALO. N.V. TYPHOID! no more neceuirr thanSmallDox. Amy experience bai demonstrated toe almost mlraculoui effi cacy, and bumleuaesa, of Antityphoid Vaccination. BencclnatedNOW by rou phnlcUo, you and four ftmlly. It U more vital than home lniutasce. Alk your phplclan, draeslat. or lead for liars yea bad Trpbolil" telllse of Typbold Vaccine, erulU from use, and dinger from Typhoid Carrlert, Pniuitm VeMtnti aad 8tn tnJet U. S. Uemi Tbi Cuttir UbtraUry. BwWry, Cal., Celine, IIL W. N. IV OMAHA, NO. 2-1918. Hr. WktbMlur r --, y FIRST-CLASS BULL FAVORED Associations Are Now Making It Pos sible for Farmer to Sccuro Servlco of Purebred Sire. Tho owner of n largo herd of grndo cows can well afford to own n first class bull, and bull associations aro now ranking It possible for the owner of n small hord to own n shnro in a good, well-bred bull. A co-opcratlvo bull association Is n farmers' organi zation tho chief purpose of which Is tho Joint ownership, use, and exchange of hlgh-clnss, purebred bulls. If skill fully mnnnged, these associations should bo eventually tho greatest sin glo fuctor In tho upbuilding of our 'dairy herds. To build up n vnluablo and profitable jdnlry herd, careful and Intelligent jinnnngentent must be combined with (Selection and breeding. Ill treatment Animal of High Class. and Insufficient or unsuitable feed hnvo modo many n well-bred nnd carefully selected herd unprofitable. All cows should be .well bred nnd well fed. It never pays to keep n cow that does not pay n fair return for flrst-cluss feed and enrc. URGE CLEAN DAIRY UTENSILS Dirt Is Cause of Production of Much Poor Milk, Cream and Dulter Wash Separator. Much poor milk, crenm nnd butter arc produced-because of dirty titen slls. It 13 not necessnry Unit tho dirt bo present lu sulllclent quantities to bo seen by the naked eye In order to .render the can unfit for use. Tho unclean separator is another common source of contamination. Tho 'separator should be taken npart and carefully washed and scalded after each separation. After the separator parts and utensils hnvo been cleaned and dried, they should have n clean, dry appearance and should -not bo greasy to the touch. A greasy coating on tho Interior of ,n milk can will spoil milk or cream In a very few hours. It doesn't cost any more to keep the utensils clean and tho results obtained arc moro satisfactory In every way. WATER GIVEN MILKING COWS Test Proves That Animals Drink at Pond or Creek Only Enough to Satisfy Cravings. It Btnnds to reason that In winter tho water given milking cows should not bo icy. Many farmers boast of, tho fact that they own creeks or ponds to which their cows have access In cold weather. And while this saves work and expense, It is hard on tho cows, though tho farmers clulm it is not. If you wnnfc to test tho matter, let your cows go to tho pond or creek und drink through tho ice. Then, when you have returned to tho sta ble, carry In water that Is not lower than about CO degrees Fahrenheit, nnd sco how your cows will go after It. This proves that they drink at tho pond or creek only enough to sntlsfy their immcdlato cravings nnd not enough to fill their bags with milk. MAKE DAIRY BUSINESS PAY Ral&e All Heifer Calves From Good Cows and Keep Purebred Glreo Have Good Silos. To mnkc tho dairy business pay tho best, ralso all tho heifer calves from good cows and keep purebred sires, Is tho ndvlco of Wear Brothers of Illi nois who Bpeak from experience. Ilavo good silos nnd put nil corn raised In tho silo. Have plenty of alfalfa nnd clover liny. Cows must bo well housed and given plenty of water to get best results. light- for Winter months -Darkness Has Deteriorating Effect on General Health of Herd and Affects Eyesight The durk dulry stall is more likely to be In evidence during the winter months than In tho summer, us soma farmers seem to think the bnrn must bo closed us tightly as possible. Still, Jlght Is not only au essential to com fortublo quarters, but darkness has a deteriorating effect on tho general health of the herd, the eyesight being especially nffected. GOOD SEEDBED FOR ALFALFA Preparations Should Begin Year Bc foro Planting Keep Soil Well Cultivated. (By M. A. BEESON. Oklahoma Experi mental Station.) In preparing tho seed bed for alfal fa you shosW begin n year or two be fore you wish to seed by planting n cultivated crop, keeping tho ground well cultivated and freo from weeds. Corn is a good crop to proccdo alfalfa. Tho critical period of nlfnlfa is tho first six weeks of tho life of tho plant. Tho ground should bo plowed early mil deep. It should bo freo from weeds nnd ns free ns posslblo from weed seed. It should bo well tilled, but firm up to tho surface when seed ed. Fall seeding In September with out n nurso crop is considered tho sur est method to follow. However, If there IS not n fnvorablo season and sufficient moisture In tho fall, you may sow nt corn or cotton planting time in tho spring. From 12 to 15 pounds of Reed per ncre is amplo if tho seed Is clean nnd strong. When It is sown with n grain drill attachment, on wcll-prcpnrcd seed bed, and when sown carefully nnd not too deep, from 10 to 12 pounds of seed Is qulto sufficient Tho seed is small and docs not need to bo sown too deep Just bo you get it Into the moist dirt. WHERE MANURE YIELDS MOST Greatest Profits May De Expected Where Fertilizer Is Placed on Poorest Soils. Greatest profits may bo expected from a ton of manure when it is used on tho poorest soil on the farm. Tho vnluo of a ton of manure when used on soils of different fertility is illustrated by two scries of plots nt tho Ohio experiment station. Corn with out any fertilizer or mnnuro has yield ed 48.07 bushels per acre for 12 years In a rotation of corn, oats and clover. In another scries not moro thnn 40 rods nwny, the yield of corn for 10 years has averaged only 35.17 bushels, the other crops of tho rotntlon being wheat and clover. Originally tho land was tho same, but its treatment prevl ous to the time these experiments be gnn made this difference in fertility. Eight tons of barnyard mnnuro with 820 pounds of raw phosphate rock per aero has produced nn Increase in corn yield of 30.08 bushels on the poorer soli. On tho rich land tho same nppll- cntlon with 1,000 pounds of raw pllos plmto rock bus Increased tho corn crop only 17.80 bushels per acre, oven though three times us much of tho phosphorus carrier wns added. Tho total yield on tho manure land has been nearly tho same Jn both cases. METAL SHEETING FOR ROOFS Arranged to Enable Tinsmith to Rap Idly Join Sheets Without the Use of Solder. Tho Scientific Amerlcnn, In illustrat ing and describing a metal roof invent ed by J. H. Perry of Mlddlctown, N. Y says : "Tho object of this Invention is to provide a sheet metal roof arranged to cnuble n tinsmith or other person to rapidly Join the metal sheets for form ing tho roof-sides nnd tho rldgo with out the uso of solder and, to render the Joints rainproof nnd thereby prevent Sectional Perspective View of Sheet Metal Roof With Parts Broken Away. leakage, uso is made of metal sheets provided at each side with an upturned ubuttiug member terminating In an in ward and downwardly bent flange and n peak-shaped seam cap fitting over tho flanges. STRAW IS WASTED ON FARMS One of Feeds Ordinarily Thrown Away or Permitted to Rot in Pile Where Threshed. Ono of the feeds ordinarily thrown nwny Is straw, which Is wasted or per mitted to rot in tho straw pile where threshed. The average straw crop from the cmull grain harvest, when properly taken care of, stacked und protected until fed out, will help won derfully In tho wintering of horpes, cnt tlo and sheep. Straw should be fed In rncks arranged so It can be forked down to the stock fresh every dny, und the left-over and refused stuff thrown out for bcddlug. Feed sparingly each day, and what salt is given may be put on tho straw ns light brine, Just enough to carry a slight salty taste; this will add to tho palatable quality of the feed nnd Induce It to bo freely taken up by all fodder-eating animals. SAVING SEED IS PROFITABLE Zeal and Labor Spent In Cultivation Will Not Make Up for Lack of Foresight If you neclccted to Insure plenty of high qunllty seeds for next year's planting all tho zeal and lubor you may spend in cultivation will not make up for lack of foresight In saving the good seed PLANK DRAG COMES IN HANDY Useful In Leveling Plowed Ground and Breaking Clods Boards Held Together by Bolts, This plank drag comes in handy for leveling plowed ground and breaking clods. It is 8 feet long and mado of five l-lnch boards, 8 Inches wide, writes Chnrlcs Schrocder in Oklnhoinn Farmer. Tho boards overlap one an other a Uttlo Just ns shown, und they Handy Plank Drag. arc held together by being bolted, nnd by nailing on tho scantlings as shown in tho drawing. A chain is passed around under tho front end of tho scantlings with tho slnglc-trccs nt tho other cud to hitch on tho team. USE SWEET CLOVER FOR PIGS Ordinarily an Acre of Crop Will Sup port Twenty to Thirty Shoats Other Uses for Weed. An acre of sweet clover ordinarily will support 20 to 30 shoats. Many other uses for this erstwhllo weed nro told In Farmers' Bulletin No. 820, pub lished by tho United Stntcs department of ugriculture, Washington. Stock may refuse to cat sweet clover, at first, but if they nro kept on the field for n few days they will soon de velop n liking for It. It will furnish as much pasture during tho sensou ns any other legume, with tho possible excep tion of nlfnlfa. Sweet clover also makes a flrst-clasi hay if it Is cut befora It gets toe coarse, and It is n remarkable soli builder. It is one of the best honej plnnts because of tho largo amount ol nectar it produces. Beekeepers wouli do well to plant at least a small patch of it solely for honoy purposes. HIGHWAY ON PACIFIC COAST Dream Is for Macadamized, A&phalt Surfaced Road From Alaska South to Panama. Good road ndvocntcs should turr their eyes upon tho Pacific coast states where their hobby Is reaching a devel opment nowhere else approximated 1c tho United States. The dream of the Pacific coast Is for a macadamized, as phalt-surfuced highway from Aluska south to the Panama canal. Tho reali zation of the project so far Is tho ac tual voting by the state of California of a bond is.su. of $18,000,000,000 nnd by the public interest aroused In Ore gon, Washington and British Columbia which promises early legislation foi the continuation of tho California high way. JOB FOR FIRST STORMY DAY Reduce Loss of Young Anlnihls by In fectious Diseases by Cleaning Sta bles Thoroughly. k A good Job for the first rainy day. From 0 to 10 per cent of tlie young nnlmals are lost each year from such Infectious diseases as calf scours, hog cholera, blackleg, contagious abortion, navel Hi of sucklings, distemper and other infectious diseases. Itcducc this loss of young nnlnmls from infectious diseases by cleaning the stable thoroughly and disinfecting with whitewash to which has been add ed 2 per cent crude carbolic acid or 0 per cent coal-tur dip. This Is easily applied to tho walls, celling and floors with n spray pump. LAYING CONCRETE IN WINTER Such Indoor Work as Cellar Floort and Barn Floors May Be Suc cessfully Performed. -Indoor concrete work such ns cel lar floors and barn floors under cover, may be dono successfully in winter, it proper precaution Is taken to keep th concrete from freezing. Fence posts nud coucreto blocks may bo made suc cessfully indoors during the winter, Dut outdoor work in concrete Is not ndvlsahlo after tho tempcrnturo is be low 45 degrees. If you huvo some out- fildo concrete work to do In cold wenther, you must keep tho concrete from freezing by heating tho Ingredi ents, using warm water and covering so tney will not freeze. PROTEIN SUPPLY FOR FOWLS When Closely Confined Chickens Will Need Soma Kind of Meat Grain la Not Enough. Fowls confined in close pens, yards or runs where they hnvo little chance to get insects will need somo kind of meat. Grain will not supply enough protein nnd mineral matter for best results. To supply this demand for protein and mineral matter meat meal, meat scrap or tnnkngo is generally fed Laying hens especially need somo of these forms of feed. Young chickens will thrive beiter if fed meat lu some form occasionally. i 1 ym 1 1 mS 1 i ' r ' " GOOD ROADS IMPORTANCE OF WAGON ROAD Ono Drawback to Fall of Rain Is That Roads Aro Made Impassabto for Several Days. But for ono fact, all of us could re Jolco In this rn.rn, meaning ns much ns it docs to tho growing crops. Tho ono drawback u the unfortunate fact that tho rain will make tho roads al lnost Impassable for several days. But, tho rain is not to bla no for this statu of affairs. We aro. We ought to have roads on which tho only effect of rain would bo to wash them clean Just ns t does wlllt tho city pavements. And t's not for tho Joy-riders nlono that We need Buch roads, says Wichita Eagle. If wo had good roads, farmers, kvho enn't work in their fields nfter a rain, could do their hauling on such jdnys. Now tho rain that prevents working tho fields prevents hauling to market, except light loads, und nt a prohibitive cost. Tho' wagon haul of agricultural products Is Infinitesimal in distance, as compared with tho mil and wnter hauk yet it costs actually more, according to government sta tistics. For tho benefit of the farmer wo need good roads. MAINTAIN ROADS WITH DRAG No Better or Cheaper Way of Keeping Highways In Good Order Than by Using Implement Boad dragging is so simple nn under taking, providing tho rond to bo drng gcd is first graded, drained nnd shaped profierly, that a summary of its bono fits cannot bo presented too often, .writes George B. Harrison in Farmers Mall and Breeze. Anyone can mako n (drng nnd even n boy can keep a plcco of road In good shape with tho, proper Instruction nt tho beginning. A 10 Inch or 12-Inch log between 8 nnd 0 'feet long or two 8 by 12 plnnks with ,2 by 0 reinforcing strips of tho same jlcngth, four cross sticks, n chnln, tbonrd.s for thp platform and a jsotnl wenrlng Btrlp nro certainly procurnblo anywhere. 1 Tho theory In rond dragging which has proved practicable for road im iprovement is to smooth and shnpo up itho puddled earth of it road' to fill tho ,ruts and holes and forco the water off tho roadway. "Puddled" earth on. n Iroad Is tho wet enrth which has been worked up by traffic so that it is dense, nnd when compacted will not lot tho pvntcr seep nwny. If this compacting is dono without any direction ruts nnd .holes appear and hold tho water nnd jinnko n bad road. But If tho puddled enrth be spread smoothly over tho sur face of tho road with somewhat of n .rounded effect it dries firm and hard, Road Drag Hitch. and tho water, lnstcnd of standing in tho rond and. making tho holes deeper, must run off to tbo side nnd tho trav- cicr tins a goou rouu. Tho road draggcr, or "dragmnn," ns ho usually is called, Is llko n clay work er when ho shapes up tho puddled earth and smooths tho road. Ho puts .the surfacojn condition nnd gets tho standing wnter off, and the ronilbnu 'dries In that condition lnstcnd of hold ing tho wnter nnd letting tho traffic work the ruts deeper. Tho dragmnn could not shapo this up with dust any more thnn tho clay worker could fash ion his imago with dry dirt. But If lie jgcts out right rffter a rain, while tho (enrui is pumiica, no can worit ms ronu and tho traffic will help him, for tho water will bo forced out and off tho surface. That is why It is so Import ant to drng when tho roads nrc not too dry to puddle or compact. Perhaps tho traffic Is sufficient to cut up tho road after It is dragged, nnd this dis courages tho man who does tho drag ging. But in that caso ho should fol low over tho road and do it again it necessary nnd win tho fight for n good road, If ho waits until tho rond is dry because tho vehicles rut up his dragged road he will simply plane off tho surface nnd not remove tho troti; We. If ho drags a second or perhaps a third tlmo he will work toward n hard surface, impervious to water and with n minimum of dust, which Is tho ovldenco of a well-dragged highway. Perhaps, if tho vehicles cut a road when It is first being dragged, the driv ers may bo persuaded to drlvo by tho Bide, if that is feasible, while tho road in first drying out or freezing. Follow the Good Road. Follow tho good rond and it will lend to n good town and by many n good farm. Dragging Publlo Roads. It Is not difficult to provo that drag ging tho public roads regularly at tho proper tlmo probably is tho most eco nomical method of highway Improve ment. Road Dragging Is Ahead. Even nt maximum costs rond drag ging Is ahead of other mnlntennnco, both ns to results and for economy. Use Full Width of Road. Get tho truffle to uso tho full width nf inn rnnrlwn v mum Compounded of vegetable drugs in a perfectly appointed laboratory by skilled chemists, after tho prescription of a suc cessful physician of wide ex perience, and approved by tho experienco of tens of thous ands ia tho last forty-fivo years. Parana's Success rests strictly on its merit as a truly scientific treatment for oil diseases of catarrhal symp toms. It has come to bo tho recognized standby of tho American home because it has deserved to be, and it stands today as firm as tho eternal hills in the confidence of an enormous number. What Helped Them Mny Help You Get our freo booklet, "Health and How to Have It," of your drug gist, or writo direct to us. The Pcruna Company .Columbus, Ohio Distemper Can Be Controlled bx tistnir nn. David nonrnrf' FEVER PASTE and WHITE LINIMENT ltcort thn Practical Homo Veterinarian ?f ml tar f roo booklet on Aiionuoa n Uinvs. If no dealer In your town. Dr. Daild Robirtt' Vtt. Co., 100 Brand Aurue, Waulitha, Tflv HAIR BALSAM AtolUt prraratlon ot merit. Halp to cradlcata dandruff. ForRaitorina Color and BaautrtoCray or Faded Hair, toe, and ttw at Uroreliu. 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We pay Vf press or parcel post ono way. HART TIRE &. RUBBER CO. 4 TIHU IlEBUILDKlta 718-20 So. lGth St. Omalin, Nebr. Knitting Not Permitted. Knitting, while pcmilsslhlo In tho gallery of tho Iiouho of representatives In Washington, 1b forhldden in tho sen rttc. A lady wearying of tho discussion In tho house tho other tiny, went over to tho senate. Whllo listening to tho dehnte, sho tool; out her knitting. Noth ing had hcen said nhout it in tho houso, but when sho began to Unit in the sen ato sho was Immediately stopped. Sen atorial dignity must ho preserved. important t Mptnors Examlno carefully every bottlo ot OASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants und children, aud seo that it Bears tho Signature In Uso for Over U0 Years. Children Ory for Fletcher's Caetoria Kaiser Eats War Food. War menus recently figured on the kaiser's table, for he Is reported to liavo entertained tho chancellor, Von Illndenhurg, and Von Ltidendorff to vcgctablo soup, pulling and cheese. KeepliiB the Quality Up iaXATIVH UltUMOQUINlNH, the World-FBOO Ours fur Colda ana urlp, U now We wr trox. u account of the advance in tbe price of the tlx dlf forunt Medicinal, Conodntrated Hitractaand Obena Icals contained in LAXAT1VU UHUMOUUlMlNi. It wu necejisary to lncreate tbe price to tbe Drof flit. It b stood the un for a Qnatter ot Orat ory. ItlituedpyeYaryOlTtlUedNaUon. 8afety Flrsi When n wlso man reaches tho top of tho ladder he immediately proceeds to hatter down tho hatches. A postal card to Garfield Tea Co.. Brook lyn, N. Y,, asking for a sample will repay you. Adv. . Philadelphia may compel truants to go to work In factories. When your Eyes Need Cart Try Murine Eye Remedy No Smarting Jntt Mye Comfort. 10 cants at uruRgltta or tnali. Writs for Vrea Hre Book. MUMINB KVJJ KBHKDY CO.. OU1UAUO, 523a