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HEALTH BRINGS HAPPINE83.
Invalid Once, a Happy Woman Nov
Mrs. C. 11. Shclton, Plensnnt Street
Covington, Tcun., saya: "Onco 1
seemed n helpless In
valid, but now I cn
Joy the best of health
K I (1 n o y (I I s i a s
bronsht mo down tcr.
nclies and paWis made
every movo painful
ino secretions wero
disordered and my head ached to dls
traction. I was In h bad condition, but
medicines failed to help. I lost ground
dally until I began with Doan'a Kidney
rills. Thoy helped mo at onco and
noon made mo strong and well."
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Lord Itosslyn, nt a dinner In New
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"When he was at Oxford ho wired
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'"If you don't send mo n hundred
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"His undo wired back;
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and when I forwarded you my be3t
revolver, you went and pawned It,"'
Proof is inexhaustible that
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Compound carries women safely
'through tho Chaiiffo of Life.
Read tho letter Mrs. E. Hanson,
304 E. Long St, Columbus, Ohio,
writes to Mrs. iimoiam :
"I was passing through the Change
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ness, headaches, ana other annoying
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to tell my friends what Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound did for ma
during this trying period."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia & Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for femalo ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
Why don't you try it?
Sirs. Plnklmm invites all sick
women to write her for advice,
Sho has guided thousands to
health. -Address, Tjynn, Mass.
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rashes, itchings, irritations,
;sunburn, pimples, black
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cleansing as well as for all
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BBH ' t iSS ta'" asH
AMOUNT OP MILK FOR CALVES
It Varies with the Capacity of tht
The amount of milk for calves
varies greatly with tho capacity o
tho calf to take IL Tho amount
recommended to bo fod nlso varies
Rrcatly, sonto authorities recommend
Ing twlco as much as othors. With
roforenco to this question It will bo
correct to say that during tho earllor
weeks of tho llfo of tho calf no ad
Juncts will be found superior or equal
to milk. It Is also true at tho samo
time that as soon as calves can utlllzo
other food to Rood advantage, It will
bo found cheaper than milk. It fol
lows, therefore, that tho calves should
bo given all tho milk that they can
digest properly until they can mako a
good uso of ether substitutes that will
tako the place of milk.
But care should bo taken not to
overfeed milk, good as It is, cautions
tho Orange Judd farmer. This can
be easily done. Tho Indications of
overfeeding soon show themselves in
deranged digestion, and such derange
ment Is commonly Indicated by scour-
Ings. Tho moment that such an indl
cation appears tho amount of milk fed
should bo reduced.
It Is very evident from what haa
been said that It will not bo possible
to name tho amounts of milk to feed,
mat win oe suitable for calves of all
ages, but It may be possible to state
averago amounts. It would seem safe
to say that during tho first week of
tho life of a calf It will safely tako
from six to eight pounds of milk, the
latter quantity being fed at the close
of the week. Strong, vigorous calvos
may tako as much as ten pounds, but
ordinarily the smaller quantity Is the
safer one. Then add one pound of
mtlk every week with advanco In the
ago of tho calf until it Is, say, ten
SILAQE INSTEAD OF GRAIN.
Experiment Which Proves Value of
Former Over Latter.
The Ohio experiment station has
been carrying on soveral Investiga
tions to determine to what extent si
lage may bo made to take the place of
grain la feeding dairying cattle. Two
rations were fed. carrying practically
the same amount of dry matter.
In one ration over 50 per cent of
this dry matter was derived from
grain. In the other ration over 67
per cenL of the dry matter was do-
rlvcd from grain, no silage being fod.
Tho cows fed with the sllago ration
produced 96.7 pounds of milk and E.08
pounds of butter fat per 100 pounds of
The cows fed on the grain ration
produced 8.13 pounds of milk and 3.9
pounds of butter fat per 100 pounds
of dry matter.
The cost of feed per 100 pounds of
milk was 68.7 cents with tho sllago
ration, and $1,055 with the grain
The cost of feed per 100 pounds of
butter fat was 13.1 cents with tho
sllago ration and 22.1 cents with tho
The averago net profit tier cow per
month (over cost of labor) was 15.S61
with tho silage ration and $2,465 with
the grain ration.
PASTURING ONE COW.
Good Yoke for Tying Can Be Made Out
of Hay-Rack Tooth.
For tying a cow to pasture I use
yoke, as shown in tho cut. Tako an
o I d horse-rake
tooth, heat it to
take out tho -temper,
and mako it
about 36 inches
long. Bend it as
shown In tho cut,
with a loop on
each end. Now
make a link out
of a one-fourth
Itch rod about four Inches long, and
weld it together. Then, explains
Farm and Home, put It on one end of
the yoke and close the eye tightly.
Have the yoke closo enough at top
to spring tho link In place. A ring
should be slipped on the yoko to
fasten the chain through.
Stomach Worms Kill Many Lambs.
The Btomach worm gives us the
most troublo after iho lambs ari
started. I think tho losses altogethor
from tho tlmo the lambs come till
they aro mature sheep will bo about
12 por cent., writes a Putnam county
(Ohio) farmer In Farmers' Review.
Wo lose moro Jambs at tlmo of birth
than at any other time. Tho Intes
tinal parasites glvo us much trouble,
and every now and thon wo lose a
lamb from them. Dogs hnvo occa
sioned much loss in this vicinity, tor
ivory onco In awhile they mako a
raid on the sheep. Wo occasionally
loso a sheep from getting on Its back
in a slight depression, where it will
dio In tlmo it it is not helped up.
Keep the cultivator going every
Mystery of 8eedless Fruit.
Sclonco so far has failed to furnish
any explanation of the mystery of
seedless fruits. Thoy aro not tho out
como of tho work of man. Man per
petuates them; ho does no moro.
Tho seedless orango was found in a
stato of seedlessnoss. Vogotarlan.
Chance for Much Trouble.
The sultan of Turkey recently until
$100,000 for a diamond, if ho doesn't
wish to have troublo with his harem
ho will Insist on using tho stono him.
ROUND THE CAPITAL
Information anil Goulp TlcUnl Up Hera
and Tlmre In WnliniJton.
Keeper of Lid During Summer in Doubt
WASHINGTON. Who will sit on
tho "lid" hero during tho summer,
while tho president is taking rest and
recreation nt Oyster llnyT Nono of
tho cabinet officials wants tho Job. and
so far it has been a continual perform
ance of sidestepping. Kvon when tho
president left for his J-qng kland
homo tho other day only tentatlvo
plans for tho dog days watch had been
Secretary Root, who left at tho same
time, wilt bo gone all summor. Assist
ant Secretary of Stato ll.icon will be
tho ltd alttor In tho stato department
most of tho summer.
ttorney General Bonaparte will
keep out of Washington as much as
posslblo during July, paying flyng vis-
Ita from Baltimore. In August ho will
Picturesque Princess Invades Capital
PRINCESS VILMA IjWOFF PARA
GHV is In town. And that's not
all. With her aro threo maids, by
courtesy French; first, second and
third attache; marshal, courtlor, but
ler, chef, and, for good measure, three
or four other men servants.
And that's not all. And with her nl
so aro one small yappy, whlto woolly
dog, ono pair of gulnoa pigs badly In
need of a hair-cut, a couplo of young
wolves, an ibis, a falcon, several owls,
and a family of alligators.
And that's not all. With her also
aro several drays of tho gaudiest lug
gago that any local hotel ever shel
tered. It Is all painted red, whlto and
gTecn the Hungarian colors.
All theso princess, suite, menag
erie and impedimenta aro at tho Wit
lard. They arrived from Hot Springs,
Va., a few days ago in a private car.
They proceeded to tho hotel after
somo delay, in half a dozen carriages,
and aftor considerable excitement on
tho part of tho hotel employes tier
highness was Anally established fn a
suite whlc i comprises almost the en
Pretty Society Belle Studying Bugs
A BEAUTIFUL woman who leads a
doublo life Is tho latest person of
Interest In Washington's smart set.
Tho beautiful woman Is Miss Harriet
Richardson, and ,hor double llfo is per
fectly proper as well as highly inter
Three hours of each day she Is Miss
Richardson of the Smithsonian Institu
tion, authority on the Isopods of North
America, ono of the "Who's Whos" In
the American Men of Science and with
a long string of degrees Ailing out tho
pago after her name. Tho other 21
hours of the day sho is Miss Harriet
Richardson of Wyoming avenue, N. W.,
a society favorite.
Miss Richardson inherited a fortune
from her father, C. E. F. Richardson, a
wealthy land holder, Sho Is ono of
tho most exquisitely dressed young
women In Washington, a skilled horse
woman, a globo trotter and nn adopt at
bridge whist. Her suitors aro many
and somo hnvo been ardent. Rut thus
far suitors havo been unablo to tempt
her for thoro nro tho isopods,
Her Arst deviation from socloty s
beaten path canio when sho retimed to
be a "bud," going to Vassar Instead.
Uncle Sam Starts
UNCLE SAM Is busy theso daya
countlucr ho nun fllos. lfn tins
started a sort of fly census for tho pur
pose or ascertaining mo relationship
typhoid fovcr. It is believed by some
agricultural department entomologists
that tiles do un awful lot towards
spreading typhoid germs around In
fact, soveral of them have been caught
with tho goods.
Tho plan, therefore, da to catch tho
wicked llttlo insects, count 'em, nnd
copipllo a lot of data for comparison
with statistics turuishod by the health
department us to the provalonco of
typhoid fever In localities whero cap.
bo nt tho Asplnwall hotol In Lenox
Secretary Motcalf has gono to Cali
fornia to spend tho summer In the
mountains. Ho will not bo seen In
Washington until frost comes.
Postmaster Qoneral Moyor will hie
henco to tho St. Ijtwrcnco to fish
Secretary Garfield Is in Hawaii and
will stay thoro for thrco months. 8oo-
retary Cortelyou will havo a quiet
summer, probably on Long Island.
Secretary Wilson will stay In Wash
Ington for sorao tlmo nn account of thh
business arising In connection with
the enforcement of tho puro food laws.
It ho takes a vacation ho wilt go to
his Iowa farm.
Secretary Wright, who will succeed
Secretary Taft In tho war department,
will hardly bo eligible to such n sen
ous task as keeping tho big lid down
this summor. He will spend much of
his tlmo this summer In Washington.
howovcr. Secretary Straus has takon
tho seat on the lid and will havo this
throne of honor until somo of tho
other members will consent to rollovo
tire southeast wing of tho second
floor. Tho princess had ordered a
room with a balcony and was justly
Indignant when sho found sho had
bocn rolegated to the fourth floor.
whero thoro was no balcony.
In vain did tho manager explain
that tho lower floors were not In use
in tho summer, that they wero closed
entirely and dismantled. They must
bo oponed and refurnished. Madame
wanted a balcony and must havo a
balcony. Tho closed rooms wcro
forthwith opened and furnished In tho
shortest posslblo tlmo and Mme. la
Princess Paraghy was Installed In
a suite of something llko 20 rooms
with a balcony.
She has what figures as her second
sitting room exclusively for her me
nagerie and is lamenting that
sho decided to ship a young bear, a
dear llttlo tiger kitten, and a furry lit
tlo lion cub direct to her homo at
Tho princess Is the most pictur
esque lady who has enlivened Wash
ington for many moons. Sho was hero
for n few days last February, but at
tracted llttlo attention after tho Ac
tion that sho was here to paint tho
president had been denied both at tho
Whlto Houho and by madam herself.
Sho la Hungarian by birth and Russian
by marriage, but that did not last
long. Llko any American girl, sh hsd
to get rid of her Russian prince.
But when, after taking a baccalaureato
degree, sho wished to go on studying,
her family rebelled. It was then that
Dr. C. W. Richardson, her brotber, had
tho happy Inspiration of taking hor to
tho musty old Smithsonian Instltutlcr.,
whero his Influence procured her Uis
right to work aa a volunteer.
He thought ono visit would ba the
end. So bo took her up tho narrow
stairs to tho smolly balcony, whero col
lections of fossils wero being mounted.
Miss Richardson calmly sat down be
fore a compound microscope and an
nounced that sho liked it.
That's whero I found hor, In a Pa
risian linen suit, fondling llttlo bottles
of preserved Isopods as daintily as If
they were thlmblo teacups.
Every morning from ten till ono
Miss Richardson Is at her desk. There
she has written her book. "A Mono
graph on tho Isopods of North Amer
ica," dealing with speclmons furnished
by tho Hurrlman expedition to Alaska,
and 15 shorter works, two of which
alio has Just prepared foral'arls sclen
But oven when abroad, absent from
tho allurement of tho Institution, tho
scientific sldo of Miss Richardson's
mind asserts Itself. Sho leaves the
gay watering places and season en
tfirtalnmcnta to go nnd visit Dr
Thomas Scott of Aberdeen or Dr. jP
M. Norman, Just out of London, both
famous scientists. This summer she
Is Invited to Visit Prof". Olard, director
of tho laboratory at Wlinoroux, France.
a Crusade on Flies
tures aro mndu. Tho fly census hay,
therefore, been Inaugurated In Wash
ington and Pittsburg and may bo ox
tended to othor cities.
Dr. L. O. Howard, chief entomologist
of tho department of agrlcuturo. Is In
charge of the fly-paper squad, which
posts aheota of good old sticky stuff
around In public places nnd gathers
them In again nfter captares of 48
hours havo been made. . ,
Tho greatest number or flies that
havo been enumerated at ono haul so
far Is 2,600, gathered at the Unltod
States arsenal, un englncor post on tho
The oxperts carofully count tho vic
tims, determine tho longth of time
thoy havo been dead, search thorn for
gorms, and do various other tunny
things that eventually may mean a lot
In convicting Mr. Fly of transplanting
dlceaso. As noon ua returns aro In
from tro great "fly center" Plitaburs
there may bo suiue laturoatlui' data
to give out.
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