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PAW-PAWPILLS raw-Paw fru1 The best Stomach and Liver Tills kno^vu and a positive and (speedy cure for Con stipation, Indigestion. Jaundice, Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Uerul ncho, ami nil ailments arising from a disor- ItLered stomach or sluggtah liver. They jcoutaln lu concentrat ed form all the vir tues nud values of Muoyou's Paw- l'n\v toiiic and are niado from the Jul-e of tha unhesitatingly recom mend th«se '.Mils as beintr the lo:t laxa tive and cathartic ever compounded. G'.'t a 25-eent Ivitlle and if you are not per Jeotiv satisfied I will refund your nioaey. ^-lltNTON. 53d aod Jefferson Sis.. PlilladeJpIiia, Pa. Much Ettsier. "The women at our church all wear the very biggest hats." "Well?" "Two weeks ago the pastor said they must remove them." "Rnmove the hats. Did the women ob "No. They found it much easier to remove the pastor."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Views® Food I Products LHsBqy's la distinctly different from any ojher sausage you ever tasted. Just try one can and it is sure to become a meal-time necessity, to be served at frequent intervals. Ubby's Vfemsa Szxs SStffB just suits for breakfast, is fine for luncheon and satisfies at dinner or supper. Like all of Libby's Food Products it is care fully cooked and prepared, ready to-serve, in UiiEsy's GfO&t White Bfltohen- the cleanest, most scientific kitchen in the world. Other popular, ready-to-serve Libby Pure Poods are:— Cooked Corned Beef Peerless ZZWe*# Beef V&sa! Lasaf Evapepsstsd Milk Baked Beans Oho iv GAtm ftRSxed Pscfcies Write for free booklet,—"How to make Good Things to Eat". Insist on L§btbys3 at your grocers. Libhy, MsM/ & EJStby GhSsstgsi DAISY FLY KILLER placed anyvr*ier« attract* and kills} N a clean,ornamental, convenient,cheap. II stnMin. Can* nut spill or tip over, will not soli orinjurdanythintf. (Juarantrpn eflec tl ve. utal I (loftier*, or sent prrpnirffor +0*\ Harold Honor*, 150 D* Kfllb At»nnf, Brooklyn, New^TorL*. PIMPLES "I tried all kinds of blood remedies which failed to do me any good, but I have found the right thing at last. My face was full of pimples and black-heads. After taking Cascarets they all left. I am continuing the use of them and recom mending them to my friends. I feel fine when I rise in the morning. Hope to have a chance to recommend Cascarets." Fred C, Witten, 76 Elm St., Newark, N. J. Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sickon.Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold In bulk. The genu ine tablet stamped C. Guaranteed to cure or your money hack. 92? 8I6K KSMMK CARTERS sms Positively cared by these Little Pills. They also relic" Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In di£ostlca and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Tasto la the Houtn, Coated Tonprue.'Paln In the Side. TourlD LIVER. They PEI4S. retrolate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. (CARTERS Genuine (Brittle 1,VER &• Sore Eyes, use Must Bear Fas-Simila Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. PILES PAY IF CUBED SfS.-Ct mid Mad FREE KED CROSS PUt *nd Pislul* Cur*. REX CO* Oapti B5. Mioaeafotii, MIbi C|)Q QH| J0f©00 Aerr« t»nd. Improved or unimproved I U.l Eastern Oklahoma. From 913.50 tofc&Ojjcf •ere. City property that wlU pay 10 to&Opor cart |)er an fcuiu. Writefur particular*. ScUaffA JMaeraaatTiiUatOkli THPSi'S EYE 111 Bod Sign, "Spaofclng of Easter eggs," aoid Mark Twain at a dinner at the Au thora* Club in New York, "I am re minded of the town of Squash. In my early lecturing days I went to Squash to lecture in Temperance Hall, arriv ing in the afternoon. The town seem ed very poorly billed. I thought I'd find out if the people knew anything at all about what was in store for them. So I turned in at the general Btore: 'Good afternoon, friend,' I Baid to the general storekeeper. 'Any enter tainment here to-night to help a stran ger to while away hLs evening?' "The general storekeeper, who was sorting mackerel, straightened up. wiped his briny hands 011 his apron and said: 'I expect there's going to he a lee* ture. I been sellin' esgs ail day.' A WORD WITH WOMEN. These Fuels M«- Open tiie i:»e* of many DUcouroKcd Oneit. Mrs. Matilda Liudeniann, 4423 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111., says: 'From my own ex perience I believe the worst of women's troubles originate, from weak kidneys. For yours my health sfuiled gradually. 1'uin in the back and a feeling of heavy pressure over the ab domen, poor apiietite nervousness and diz zy spells made life a burden. The kid ney secretions were terribly disorder*, ed. I could hardly move a musclal without severe pain. I was a physical, v^reck when I began taking Doan'a Kiuiiiy Pliis. The chjujge wtus wuU dertul. Since using them my trouble is gone. I have a good appetite, weigh more and feel well." Sold by oil dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N*. Y. Dividing the moon's surtuce into 123 parts, seventy-two of them are visible from tho earth. HANDS RAW AUD SCALY. Itched uiMl Uuriiet] Terribly—Could S11I Move Thumbs Without Fle«h Crnoklntf—Sleep Impossible-—Cutl curu Noon Cured Eciewa. "An Itching humor covered both my hands and got up over my wrists and even up to the elbows. The Itching and burning were terrible. My hands got all scaly and when I scratched, tho. surface would be covered with blisters'! and then get raw. The eczema £ot so bad that I could not move my thumbs' without deep cracks appearing. I went to my doctor, but his medicine could only stop the Itching. At night I suf fered so fearfully that I could not sleep. I could not bear to touch my hands with water. This went 00 for three months and I was fairly worn out At last I got the Cnticura Reme dies and in a month I was cured. Wal ter II. Cox, 16 Somerset St., Boston, Mass., Sept. 25. 1908." Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sola Props, of Cutlcura Remedies. Boston. FASHION HINTS One of the new semi-fitted tunic dresse* shown here. It may be carried out in linen or silk. The trimming is simply the material tucked rnd used in broad bands. During tlie Unpluasantncia. "I—I—I'd just like you to under »tand one thing," he lisped. "Well, if you're the one thing, I don't ever expect to," she replied, calmly.—Yonkers Statesman. aire. Wlnelow's Soothing Syrop tor cbl!A ren teething, softens the guwa, reduces In flammation. Kilaya pain, cure* wind colic. 2Bc 1 bottl*. English locomotives which were bnilt in the year 1S5( are still used on Swe dish railroads. Better than gold—Like it in color— Hnmlins Wizard Oil—the ocsc of all rem edies for rheumatism, neuralgia, and all pain, soreness and inflammation. The most illiterate country of Europe is Ruumania. Two-thirds of the popula tion can neither read nor write. PERRT DAVIS* PAINKILLER drawl th* paii»-&Tvi Inflammation from bevMitlngs and insect Soothes and ullAT»th? awful itcMa« of .uito bites. 2&c.. 66c. and 60c. bottlM. Forest preservation in Canada is beloj ictivtly. ••, .1 Culfivttttun of Corn. When corn is planted after tho ilrst cveek in June the land needs more at tention than when prepared earlier. If plowed early the weeds will have made an appearance, which Is an ad vantage, as they can be destroyed be fore the corn is planted but the late corn will be more easily injured by drought than that which has made an earlier start. The crop should be cul tivated after every rain, so as to pre vent loss of moisture. Another point is to thin out tiie plants If they are too thick. It would be difficult to in duce many farmers to "thin out" their corn, as tluey would claim that tho land, having been manured, was capa ble of providing for as many stalks in tho hills as made their appear ance it is not a matter of plant food with late corn, however, but moisture. When too many stalks arc close to gether there is a struggle for exist ence some beoome weeds to the oth ers, and in the end only the most vig orous make growth, and yield grain "n\ up to the average. It is, therefore, better to remove every stalk that shows lack of growth, and if the hero ic remedy of reducing the stalks to two in a hill could be tried on a plot by way of experiment, the result would be satisfactory, aa well as con vince farmers that there is nothing gained by endeavoring to grow three or four plants in a space which only two should occupy. If rainfall con tinues to be abundant, as has been the case for June, there will be no neces sity for reducing the number of plants. CroMlng a Burbed Wipe Pence. Two stout boards are nailed to gether, as shown in Fig. 1, and may be used for crossing a barbed wire fence. They should be 10 or 12 Inches IN VKUTED STILE. wide and 2 feet longer than the fence Is high to give the desired spread. Firmly nail four cleats on each board and fasten a short board between the two to assist In getting over the fence. STEPS TO GO OVER THE FENCE. Another device somewhat more elab orate is a double set of steps, shown in Fig. 2. Women and children will have no difficulty in using this, but might find it Inconvenient to get over the narrow board.—Farm and Home. Dampa In Wells, Before going down into a well "test the purity of the air by lowering a lighted candle or lantern. If the light burns dimly, or goes out, the poison ous carbonic acid gas "damps" can be driven out by igniting a quantity of turpentine and sawdust or kerosene and rags in a kettle, and lowering it to the surface of the water, and then later pour several bucketfulls of water Into the well from the top. Test again with the lantern, and note the im provement. Cnnse of Bitter Mlllc. Recent experiments on the Ontario Experiment Farm show that the yeast like micro-organism of bitter torula is tiie cause of much bitter milk and cheese. Factories in that section have complained of the bitterness of the milk, and as a consequence the experi ment station has conducted extensive investigations as to the cause. Cul tures of the torula were added to milk and cheese that had been sterilized, and in each case a bitter taste was the result. It was not found In milk CHAMPION HOLSTEIN BULL. EXHIBITED AT THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR, 190S. drawn into sterilized dishes, but was found rcguarly in mixed milk, in the solutions used for can washes, and also on the leaves of trees under which tho cans were habitually kept. Tho remedies are to cool the milk promptly and to guard it from infec tion of nay kind. All cans and other utensils should be carefully washed and sterilized by heat. The Connecti cut experiment station discovered sev eral years ago that a species of bac teria was the cause of bitter milk and cream. This can be rendered harm less by sterilization. MottlM Mntler. Streaky or mottled butter may be caused by the salt, or it may be due to the working of the butter. The salt is so evenly diffused in the llnest kind of butter that, as is shown by a micro scope, every grain is surrounded by a film of clear and transparent brine, which points out the necessity of, avoiding the overworking of the but ter before the salt is added. In the flrtet working every particle of milk should be gotten rid of. but enough clear water should be left to dissolve every grain of salt in twelve hours before the next working. If this be done there will be but little danger of streakiness in the butter, but to get the best results the salt should be v»ery finely ground. 1 M«ny Courses In Agriculture. A total of eighty-seven different courses of study in the long and mid dle courses in agriculture at the Col lege of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin Is shown In the new catalogue of the university Just Is sued. These do not include the work in the nine other special departments, such as home economics, the short course, three dairy courses, the farm ers' course, farmers' institutes, home making course, and experimental sta tion work. These eighty-seven courses Include thirteen each In soils and agri cultural chemistry, twelve each In ani mal husbandry and horticulture, eleven In dairy husbandry, eight In agricultural engineering, seven in bac teriology, five each in agricultural eco nomics and agronomy, and one in agricultural journalism. HiittermtlU fop Sheep Tlckn, It Is claimed that by pouring butter milk freely along the backs of sheep It will prove a remedy for ticks. If a gill of kerosene is added to a gallon of buttermilk the remedy will be inv proved, as the kerosene forms aa emulsion with buttermilk and does no harm to the animal. The remedy will cost but little and should be given a trial by way of experiment It is alt» claimed that If buttermilk is given a horse it will serve better than any other remedy for hots. These reme dies were suggested by parties who have tested them. Diseases of Mcxlean Sheep. For several years past the sheepmen of the Southwest have suffered serious losses from a disease known among the Mexican herders as "pingue." "Pingue" is popularly supposed to be caused by eating either the leaves or roots of a plant which has in the last few years been quite prominent in the public eye as the rubler plant or rubber weed. Hot water and salt is an efficacious remedy. Vttlae of tli© Ihimljlc Bee, The bumble bee is a friend of the farmer. In sections where clover seed crops are depended upon, the value of the bumble bee as an agent in fertiliz ing the clover blooms is fully appre ciated. A knowledge should be had of the useful as well as the destructive insccts, which would prove that the farmer has quite as many good insect friends as he has destructive ones. Contlni for llama. "Mrashln" is the name of a sub stance that is used in Bohemia to coat hams. It Is as pliable as rubber, taste less and harmless, and keeps the hams —also meats, eggs, etc.—perfectly fresh almost indefinitely. The mrashin can be peeled from the ham almost as easily as the skin from a banana. 1 To 1'nck liuttcr. Make a brine of two pounds of salt to two gallons of cold water. Wrap each roll of, butter in a cloth pack in Jar until full pour over the butter the brlpe made as directed, put an Inverted plate, or saucer, with weight oil top, to keep butter under the brine. |»lnch. FREE ioms •B8RQ3.ftCQ* BOBAeTiTAA HONII A MA11RIAGE IN GREENLAND. Twoubl«: Occam When Mnn Seliei tfc« Girl lie Wnnls fop Wife. The courtship and marriage customs among the Greenlandcrs were, In early times, simple and unceremonious enough, since we are told that when a lovelorn youth made up his mind as to the girl he wanted to adorn and b« useful in Us hut of ice or snow, he went to her home, seined her by the hair or wherever he could secure a good grip on her, and dragged her to his own domain, where she was expected to "stay put" without any further mar riage ceremony, says Leslie's Weekly. If an affluent bridegroom, he would perhaps soothe her lacerated feelings by presenting her with a new lamp or some other article of household util ity. No matter how willing and even eager the bride was to marry a young man, Eskimo etiquette demanded that she would resist every attempt to drag her to her new home, and she must weep and wail bitterly once she wa3 there. Indeed, she must continue to weep and wall for some days, and even run away to her own home, only to be dragged back again. It is said that this extremely simple marriage ceremony is the only one still in use on the east coast of Greenland, and the laws governing divorce have as little "red tape" connected with them as have the laws of marriage. But it Is maintained that, as a rule, married couples live on quite amiable terms, for the Eskimo are not fond of quar reling and they like peace in the house and with their fellowmen. One rarely hears quarreling and wrangling In an Eskimo home, and no class of people are fonder of their children than are Eskimo fathers and moth ers. Not even the unwelcome girls are treated harshly, and as for the boys, they may do about as they will. Al though they are given this large lib erty, they are often less "forth-put ting" than are many of our American children. •tWST p«Tt»T ALLEN'S FOOT-EA$E Shake Info Your Shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder lor the feet. It relieves painful, swol- 1 len, smarting, nervous foet. and instantly takes the sting out of ccrns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot "Ease makes tight-litting'or new Shoes feel easy. It is a certain relief for ingrowing nails, perspiring, callous and hot, tired,aching ieet. It is always in demand for use in Patent Leather Shoos and for Breaking in New Shoes. We have over 30,000 testi monials. TRY IT TODAY. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Do not accept any Substitute. Sent by mail for 25c. in stamps. omei pound of CeSrarTr^ Posttrm TRIAL PACKAGE sent by mail. Address 1 ALLEN S. OLMSTED, LE ROY, N. Y. Special Excursions DAILY UNTIL SEPT. 30, 1909 VIA GMND TRUNK DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE CHICAGO TO ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., and Return BOSTON, MA3S., and Return MONTREAL, QUE., and Return, PORTLAND, ME., and Return QUEBEC, QWE.,and Return TORONTO, ONT., and Return NEW YOAX and Return, during June and July. $25.50 Thirty days' return limit. Liberal stopovers. Excursion fares to all Tourist Resorts in Canada, New England, New York and New Jersey. For particulars apply to W. S. COOKSON, A. G. P. A. 135 Adams St., CHICAGO, ILL. YOU CAN EA8II,Y OWN A HIAMONWOlt WATOH» or present one ae a gift to souio loved ono. Send ottrbcAulibildoKcrlutlvecatAtni WhateverToUMlerttliercfrbsn wo fteuri on approval, if von Uko it. pay ouo-for 4W fifth omlo!lverj\ luilanco in 8 equal moritlily payment*. Your credit Is good. Our prices ara tho lowest. AH ASIMVATOIC ted $25.70 35.60 20.00 27.39 24.OO I B.GO a good inrewtoumt nothing In tmfor tban a Diamond. It InorcuswiiQ value 10 TIIK OLD KClIAIiLK OltUHNAI* 1)1 A- I to 20 per cent, annually. Write today fur UoHcrlnttvo cat* TIWHW ... CRKIIIT IMHWH alng. Containing iriH) lllUKtrntlnUH—tt free. Do It now. I8R03fQC0i li^-'Vt* HtfOt 02 CblcagO) Ili.-UriMben rittaburg, i'a. ami Su Louis nctty'a Pmfher to Hep Mother. Dearest Myra—All's well with th» children no sickness or anything real ly serious—it's finance just as we ey pected. They've spent without appre ciating it, a little here and there, but the small things all rolled together Into a big ball of misery. Their money practically gave out before Thanksgiv ing, and so they stayed here and ate —corned beef! I gulped with Betty over that. You see on the first of November the bills came In and tho rent fell duo, and Hob's salary couldn't cover them. They were in despair stayed awake planning how to meet It, and wonder Ug if they could write home to us. One day a letter from a loan agency offered money ahead on his salary ant] guarantees secrecy. Poor Bob borrow efl eighty dollars, which paid the bills and left just enough to drag through the month. But ever since he has been hounded, threatened with ex posure, disgrace and the law while as for their demand, It's usury! I gave him the money to pay those wolves In full, and he is now a nftw man. We had a long talk, with tho result that the Betty-Bob Housekeep ing Company has been organized, with Boh as president and Betty as secre tary and treasurer, aiul the money we have lent them as a sinking fund. You and I are the stockholders, and the company agrees to pay ten dol lars a month until clear. They are to get a much more reasonable flat and to apportion expenses so as to come out even each month. Both Bob and Betty insisted upon Its being a loan and I agreed, as pay ing It back will give Betty something to work for. It 1ms been the old sim ple case of living beyond one's means. —Success Magazine. In all raccs the man's brnin average* Id per ccnt heavier than tho brain of tnt woman. S. C. N. U. No. 28—1009. Charms Children Delights Old Folks Post Toasties AO. The crisp, delicious, golden-brown food, made of Indian Corn. A tempting-, teasing taste distinctly dif ferent—all its own. The Taste Lingers" Sold by Grocers. Popular pkg., 10c. Large Family size, 15c.. 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