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IMPROVEMENT FOR THE "HAUL.
IN GREAT DISTRESS ( Vf V v sv Many women are denied the happiness of children through derangement of the genera tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " " Dear Mrs. Pink ham : I .suffered with stomach complaint for years. I get so bad that I could not carry my children but five months, then would have a miscarriage. The last time I became pregnant, my husband got me to take Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. After taking the first bottle I was relieved of the sickness of stomach, and began to feel better in every way. I continued its use and was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl, and can work better than I ever could before. I am like a new wo man." Mas. Frank Beyer, 22 S. Second St, Me ride n, Conn. Another case which proves that no other medicine in the world accomplishes the same results as J-ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Compound has brought to my home. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Majs P. Wiiarry, Flat 31, The Norman, Milwaukee, Wis." Actual sterility in woman is very rare. If any woman thinks she is sterile let her write to Mrs. Pinkbam at Lynn, Mass. whose advice is given free to all would-be and expectant mothers. $5000 FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce th. criprlnal letters an signatures of abore testimonials, whioh will prore their absolute genuineness. Lyslist K. riiUuun Md. Co., Lyiin., Mas. Going & World's Fair? Follow the Flag' All railroads connect with lb dav and night trains on the Wabseb. fell local agent to rente you via th Wabash. The Wabash baa the nlj track lo the World'a Fair. Ample rest aad eating- rooms. L. S. McCLELLAN, - Vestera Passenger Agent. 003 MAIN STREET, KANSAS CITY. MO. Take -Down Don't spend from $50 to $200 for a gun, when for so much less money you can buy a Winchester Take Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and outlast the highest-priced double-barreled gun, besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere. FSEEt Oar UO-Pao Shaindtd CmtMrym WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN. CONN. WORLD'S FAIR ST. LOUIS. MO. BILLON AVENUE HOUSE Rate SI per day for bed and breakfast Only three blocks from Fair Grounds Entrance. EvnrtnlDK new. Service the best. Cool and sightly. Send for circulars. Cratiot Wilden, 6111 W. Park Ave.. St Louis. Me. BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. " Dear Mrs. Pxxkham : I was married for five, years and gave birth to two pre mature children. After that I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and it changed me from a weak, nervous woman to a strong, happy and healthy wife within seven months. With in two years a lovely little girl was born, who is the pride and joy of my household. If every woman who is cured feels as grateful and happy as I do, you must have a host of friends, for every day I bless you for the light, health and happi ness Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Take the Wabash Right "to the Gates No trouble. No Crowding.' Mo Confusion. All Wabash Trains stop a1 the main entrance. Uniformed employes to name reason able private boarding houses. H. C SHIELDS, Traveling Paaaroge Agea Repeating Shotguns SEND FOR OUR LIST OF HIGH-GRADE OIL STOCKS KANSAS CITY OIL. EXCHANGE, 4 New Yerfc Ufa Bid., - KANt CTY. rK. hi. ynt 1 1 ii at liai C3IEI Stt ALL tLJt tlll Cooa-h Syrup. i. laneauooo. ui in time, eota nv aruizxv- r L Arrangement That I Both Useful and Ornamental. " The hall is certainly more seen chan any other part of the house, since not only can no room be gained without going through it, but the oc casiotal visitor who gets no further has also to be reckoned -with. One difficulty to contend with is the harmless necessary hat and coat. These are a serious handicap to a pretty hall, yet we must admit that it is part of its duty to harbor them. They are generally tucked away in the darkest corner, and only dimly discerned as a bulging, unsightly mass, those in least frequent use hav ing a fine opportunity of collecting dust. But at very small outlay an arrange ment can be made to hide and pro tect the hats and coats, and afford an incident pleasing rather than other wise in the hall. Two shelves about twelve inches wide are the founda tion of the affair; they are connected with a back and two sides, and the top one is fitted in front with a small e brass rod. On the bottom shelf rests the headgear of the master of the house, amply protected by the shelf and the little silk curtain hanging down in front. Below this shelf are two side pieces, and under it a strong lath is fitted, with brass hooks. whence hang coats, probably both masculine and feminine, for it is a luxury to have an old wrap handy to throw on before a turn in the garden. A curtain of some handsome tapes try runs on a second rod across the cupboard part, and by the time some bits of old blue willow pattern, or odd pieces of brass and copper work have been stood on the top shelf the erec tion must be declared quite an impos ing feature in the hall. To Fasten a Kicking Cow. A dairyman describes his method ol tying the hind legs of a cow to prevent kicking while being milked, as fol lows: "The method I shall describe is ef fective and humane, and generally only a few lessons are necessary to convince the most unruly cow that she must stand still while being milked. I take a hame strap from a harness, which is one inch wide and about two feet long. Standing on the right side of the cow, the strap is taken by the buckle end on the left and passed around the cow's left hind leg just over the gambrel; the end ol the strap is brought back between the cow's legs, and is given one or two turns around itself. It is then passed In front of the right leg, brought around and securely buckled tight enough so it cannot be pulled down over the joint, but not tight enough to prevent the cow from standing com fortably as long as she behaves her self. "The cow is not so badly frighten ed with her legs confined in this waj as she is with one tied to the floor, and it is impossible for her to kick or lift either foot sufficiently to dis turb the milker. If no harshness is used she soon finds that being milk ed is not such an awful hardship after all, and gracefully submits." Planting a Hedge. E. P. Please describe how to lay out a thorn hedge. How far apart should the plants be set? The soil should be properly prepar ed before planting the hedge. Every thing else should be in good condi tion. The' soil should then be turned out into deep furrow where the hedge is to ' stand and the plants should be set in this and the soil drawn up to them and frmly tamped about the roots of the plants. The distance apart which the plants are to stand will depend somewhat on the style of the hedge. If a low small hedge is wanted, as one most often sees in England, the plants should be eight or nine inches apart. " If the trees are to be allowed to grow larger, say five or six feet tall, the plants should be set wider apart, not less than eight een inches. Chemical for Destroying Woodchucks, C R. Some time ago I read of a method of destroying skunks and woodchucks by the use of a chemical placed in their burrows. Please name the chemical and describe its use. The chemical used for killing wood, chucks, etc, is the same as for de stroying bugs in peas, viz., carbon bi sulphide. This is a liquid which read ily evaporates into gas which is heav ier than air. To kill woodchucks or skunks in burrows, about two or three ounces of the chemical should be poured on to a piece of cotton waste or rag which should be thrown down the hole. The hole should then be quickly filled in with earth and well tramped down. - The gas will settle to aS sections of the burrow and destroy the Inmates. This chemical Is very inflammable, so that no fires should be brought near it when exposed. VOMITING. SPELLS LONG RESIST ED EVERY EFFORT TO CHECK. Mrs. Brooks Became So Weak She Thinks She Would Have Died But For Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mrs. Sarah L. Brocks, of No. 45 Lin coln Park, Chicago, Illinois, gives tthe following account of her cure from dis tressing spells of vomiting: "For five years off and on I was treated In vain by different doctors for relief from a stomach trouble which showed itself in frequent and trying spells of vomiting. Part of the time I was able to work, and again I would be confined to bed for three or four days in succession. ' "My stomach was at times so deli cate that it would not . retain even plain water. The spells would some times occur at intervals of half an hour, and would leave me so weak that I would be compelled to lie down between them. I would have several oi them during the night following a day of such attacks. Finally I be came so weakened that I had to give up working altogether. I weighed only ninety-fcur pounds. "Last January I read about" Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People in one of the Chicago daily papers and bought a box and began to use them. After I had used half a box I found that I could keep on my stomach the food I ate. I was encouraged by this and kept on using the pills for four months. At the end of that time the vomiting spells had ceased altogether and my weight went up to 142 pounds and is still growing. "I think I surely would have died if it had not been for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, for I sometimes vomited clear blood, and for three or four days at a time I could not eat a bite of any thing. One doctor said I had chronic inflammation of the stomach, and an other said my difficulty was a cancer, but none of their medicines did me any good at alL Finally I concluded that 1 did not have blood enough to digest my food, and I began the treat ment that has cured me. I can eat anything now, and have strength for all kinds of work. I always keep Dr. Williams' Pink Pills On hand, and I recommend them to my friends be cause -I know they cured me." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills agree with the most delicate stomachs and strengthen the digestive organs until they do their work perfectly. They are sold by all druggists. Electricity Kills Bugs. As a Bavarian electrician, M. Hugo Helberger, was experimenting on the drying of an ingot mold in the ground by means of the electric current, he noticed that worms issued from the ground near by, writhing as if in pain and seeming to be in a great hurry to get' away. Following this up, he has devised an apparatus to rid soil of worms and noxious insects, by means of which, by planting numerous brass electrodes in the earth at proper in tervals he has succeeded in driving all crawling things from a consider able space in a very brief time. Many Children Are Sickly. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint, Fevorishness, Headache. Stomach Troubles, Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At all Druggists', 25c Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Ancient Medical Advice. More than 1,000 years ago, Rhazes, an Arabian physician, gave this advice to his patients with reference td the selection of a physician: "Study care fully the antecedents of the man to whose care you propose to confide all you have most dear in the world, that is, your life and the lives of your wife and children. If the man is dissipated, is given to frivolous pleasures, culti vates with too much zeal the arts for eign to his profession, still more so if he be addicted to wine and debauch ery, refrain from committing into such hands lives so precious." Should avoid the cheap foodstuffs on the market, poor in nutriment and hard of digestion, for they are productive only of unhappiness and disease on account of their wrong combinations and proportions. m eaten with daily regularity will keep the bowels acting naturally, giving strength to expel all waste and foreign elements, thus enabling men and women to have purer blood, happier natures and better health. Palafxhlc Nutriticas Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat Dr. Price, the Creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts. rrt;ard by PLtlSE CIXZ1L FC5D C3 Faod CiHs, BATTLE Cr.LEX, CICH., Cain Offices. CKICAE3. fcV . I SL- 1 Yr w AXtgetahle Prcpacationfor As similating tiieloodaiKlSeguIa Ung the Stomachs andBowelsof Promotes Digestion-Cheerful-ness and Rest .Contains neither Opum.Morplune nor Mineral. KotHahcotic. HmJMU SmUt 43 3 A perfect Remedy forConstipa Tion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverisn ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of m NEW YORK. j DACTclpY( fjjj jlfm TMC OCMTMStt MMMUITe NKW VOMK OfTT. l M 1 d. - I I Fv s7 I SK The Marlin 12 Gauge The Marlin Breech bolt that shuts out rain and Water and keeps the shells dry makes it a great wet-weather gun. It has Marlin accuracy, buoyancy and reliability. Our Rxperience Book has hundreds of Rood Marlin toriem, sent with' Cmtkeue for 3 stamp postage THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO., 99 Willow St., New Haven, Ct. HANDY BLUEING BOOK. Cn sheets of PURE ANILINE BLUE. No bottles. No paddles. No waste. Gives the saml amount of blueing water each wash-day. 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