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t am a tarmci looked ru-.ir Stony Brook, one of the most malarious
districts in this State, and was bothered with malaria for years, at times
•so'l could not work, an.l was always very constipated as well. Foi
Years 1 had malaria so bad in the spring, when engaged in plowing,
nfcut ( could do nothing but shake. I must have taken about a barrel
oi<quinine pills besides dozens of other remedies, but never obtained
anry permanent benefit. Last fall, in peach time, 1 had a most serious
attack of chills and then c mmenced to take Ripans Tabules, upon a
tfriend’s advice, and the first box made me all right and I have nevet
%een without them since. 1 take one Tabule each morning and night
and sometimes when 1 feel more than usually exhausted 1 take three in
■ day. They have kept my stomach sweet, mv bowels regular and I
Itave not lines the least touch of malaria nor splitting head ich: since l
using them. I know also that I sleep better and wake up
more refreshed than formerly. ! don’t know how many complaints
Ripans Tabules will help, but l do know thev will cure any one in the
condition l was and l would not be without them at any price. I
honestly consider them the cheapest-priced medicine in the world, as
they ars also the most beneficial and the most convenient to take.
Sam twenty-seven years of age and have worked hard all my life, the
■same as most farmers, both early and late and in all kinds of weather,
and ! have never enjoyed such good health as I have since last fall; in
tfact, my neighbors have all remarked my improved condition and have
said, " Say, John, what are you doing to look so healthy ? ’’
w anted.—A •of bad health that Rvl* A N 8 will not benefit. 1 hejf banish valnnud Mob..* Ilf*.
\Y uneelvearilief. Note the word KIHA N* on the peukege and accept no substitute. HI H A N-a,
infer leant* or twelve packet* for 4* cenu may ha had at any drng aropleando!ieth.a
MtlmonUli will )** m*l e<l to any ad<lr*a for • cents. forwarded to tfe* Ripens Chsmlnsl Cos..
aI spruce lit.. York.
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of America—having over a million and a-half regular readers.
Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS, and the FARM JOURNAL
a YEARS (remainder of 1899, 1000, 1901, 1901 and 1903) will be sent by mail
to nny address for A DOLLAR BILL.
Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIUULE BOOKS free.
WII.MXR ATKINROM. Addreaa, FARM JOURNAL
chas. r. jßNkiMa. Philadelphia
RUSCH BROS
MANUFACTURERS 9F
Lumber
Lath
Shingles
Etc.
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1 No. I—BIOOLE HORSE BOOK
All about Horae*—a Common-Sense Treatlie, with over
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No. 2 —BIQQLE BERRY BOOK
. All about growing Small Fruits—read and learn how ;
1 contain* 43 colored life-like reproductions of all leading
I varieties and 100 other Illuitratfcms. Price, jo Cents.
No. 3 —BIOOLE POULTRY BOOK
1 All about Poultry ; the beat Poultry Book In existence ;
1 tells everything ; withsy colored life-like reproductions
of all the principal breeds, with 103 other iflustrstions.
Price, 30 Cents.
No. 4 —BIOOLE COW BOOK
~ All about Cows &sd the Dairy Business ; having a great
W sale ; contains 8 colored life-like reproductions of each
f breed, with 13a other illustrations. Price, 50 Cents.
No. 5-BIQQLB SWINE BOOK
Just out. All about Hogs—Breeding, Feeding, Butch
ery, Diseases, etc. Contains over fto beautiful half
toues and other Price, 50 Ceuts.
The HIGGLE? B JOKS are unique,original,useful—you never
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j Chicken, or grows Small Fruits, ought to send right
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FARM JOURNAL
DEALERS II
Dry Goods,
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Shoes,
Hardware,
AND
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Supplies.
ttern Wisconsin AdvemsvJ
Entered at the Poet Office in Wabeoe, la. a
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PabUahed every Thursday at Valtaa
Fore it County, Wit.
COAO/AL a. HIHLMT.
Kditor and Propriatnn
Snbecription *l5O per year In ndraaea Hum.
le copies free
THE LITTLE LADY OF PEKIN.
From the Chinamen’s Point of View
His Empress is Perfection.
The Chinese empress does not meet
completely the Anglo-Saxon demand
for female beauty, but then tfhe China
man is not wholly satisfied with our
type, and, on sound democratic prin
ciples, the celestial has some color for
his opinion, seeing he is one of our
four hundred millions, while our ideal
represents but seventy-five millions.
Personally, It is hard for me to appre
ciate beauty In one who Is short and
fat; whose feet are the size of salt
cellars; whose flesh has the modeling
of a bolster; whose eyes are oblique,
and whose natural skin is overlaid
with white and red paste. Yet what
lain pleased to consider my taste is
from the Chinaman’s point of view,
merely outlandirdi prejudice; and on
the standards prevailing in Pekin the
dowager empress is easily one of the
handsomest women, exercising a per
sonal fascination which entitles her
to rank with such heroines as Cathe
rine of Russia or Queen Louise of
Germany. And as to antiquity of ped
igree, the Romanoffs and Hohenzoll
erns are mere upstarts in dynastic
enterprise, compared with the power
In Pekin, which draws its authority
directly from celestial sources in pre
historic eras.
Let us then admit at the outset that
in the matter of birth, beauty and pol
itical power, the dowager empress of
China eclipses not merely anything
of Its kind in Europe, but throws into
the shade anything dreamed of in
this fair country of ours, whose boast
it is that we have set the standard
for ‘sovereign woman.’ The China
man in general is completely convin
ced that in ail that constitutes higher
civilization he is the superior of the
white man. He has invented more
different kinds of mechanical improve
ments than all the rest of the world
put together; his wise men were mas
ters of science when Europe was a
howling wilderness; no other country
has held together so long as this huge
empire, and its subjects not unnatu
rally conclude that such grand results
must have sprung from institutions
whose excellence is unrivalled else
where. Of these institutions the high
est exponent is the dowager empress
and her party.—Poultney Bigelow in
Woman's Home Companion.
COUNTESS WALDERSEE.
Countess von Waldersee, wife of
the German field marshal who is to he
commander-in-chief of the allies in
China, has been frequently spoken of
as having been the morganatic wife of
the late Prince Frederic of Scheleswig-
Uolstein. She was not. Prince Fred
eric fell in love with Miss Mary Lee,
an American, and fouru himself con
fronted with these conditions: If he
retained hfs royal rank he could not
marry- Miss Lee, except morganatl
cally; and morganatic marriage Miss
Lee would not accept. He thereupon
put royalty aside and became Prince
Frederic von Noer; and, as such, he
married Miss Lee with full ceremony.
Prince Frederic von Noer died the
next year . As the widowed Princess
von Noer, the former New York girl
was wooed by the Count von Walder
see in 1874 and is now his wife.—New
York Paper.
JIGGERMKRIOS.
While others are thundering anathe
mas against the masculine shirtwaist
Rev. Father Reis thunders against the
open-work female shirtwaist. “The
young ladies of the sodality," he ful
minates. "will have to quit wearlug
those ‘jiggermerig ' waists with the
funny business around the arms and
shoulders.” It is not at all strange
that the announcement follows that the
young ladies of that sodality are up in
arms and threaten to go to some other
church. It is to be hoped that they
will. Come to our church, ladies. We
are not too good to worship in the same
house with a girl because she has a
pretty shirtwaist and chooses to make
It prettier with an artistic combination
with a pretty neck. If a sodality girl
can't wear a jiggermerig shirtwaist,
then what is the use of all this talk
about the Declaration of Independence”
According to some good people the
greatest mistake of creation was the
making of the pretty girl at all. But
these good people would not be satisfied
if every pretty girl were required to'
dress in soldered sheet-iron instead of;
open-work jiggermerigs. and they j
may be left out of all consideration I
It is the nature of pretty girls to jigger- j
merig. and it is the nature of the j
lovers of the beautiful to be jigger- j
meriged. That is the end of It. and all j
the Reverend Reises cannot make it 1
any different. —leouisvllle Courier-
Journal.
If Lord Coleridge, who celebrated
his forty-ninth birthday recently and
who Is a barrister at law. ever becomes
a judge he will only be following in
the footsteps of his father and grand
father. both of whom rose to the bench,
the first named as lord chief justice.
Lord Coleridge was in the house of
commons whs® his father died and his
disgust at having perforce to go to the
houne of lords was great In the ex
treme.
Alvinza Haywood, the California
millionaire, still wears the style of
beaver silk hat in vogue fifty years ago.
For half a century he haa had his hats
made from the same block.
Cyclone Feed-Grinder.
guarantee the following
points cf Superiority over any
other Loose £ratn f eed-Orinder
Made.
it Jn9 V
6. It will Corn Meal. Rye, or Graharu
Flour, and grind Flax Beed perfectly.
7. It 1m the leant expenulve mill made.
8. It will grind 40 bushels per hour with
four horsepower.
9. The bum are not Injured by being run
when empty.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
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That the diseases of domestic ani
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HU ) Hogs, and Poultry, are cured by
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Used In the best stables and recommended by
the U. 8. Army Cavalry Officers.
tsr~soo PAGE BOOK on treatment and careof
Domestic Animals, and stable chart
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cures 1 Fevers, Congestions. Inflammation.
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D. D.-Bon or Grubs* Worms.
K* K.—Coughs* Heaves, Pneumonia.
F. F.—Colic or Gripes, Bellyache*
G. G.—Miscarriage* Hemorrhages*
H. Urinary and Kidney Diseases.
I. I* —Eruptive Diseases* Mange*
J* K.-Diseases of Digestion*
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual,
Vet. Cure Oil and Medlcator, s7*oo
Price* single bottle (over 9U doses), - .(to
SPECIFICS^
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r more uniformly
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Magic Seeds
<c3r
Trade Mark Registered.
either sex, cause., by Overexertion, Youthful
Errors, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium, or
Siimulants, which lead to Infirmity, Consump
tion, and Insanity.
Magic Seeds restore the nerve and vigor of
youth. Easily carried in the pocket. Sent
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
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Price, 35 cents. Never ..old
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DATCNTQ trade-marks
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Notice in “ Inventive Age ” ■§ MK MB MJ
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Letters strictly confidential. Address,
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Mrs. Sadie M. Fisher.
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13 an ’ C 5 cents per bottle at all druggists.
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