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BACKACHE 18 KIDNEYACHE.
Get at the Cause Cur the Kidneys. Don't neglect backache. It warns you of trouble in the kidneys. Avert mf the danger by cur- TM lng tho Mdnoys with K ft Doan's Kidney Pills. KSfth J- A. Haywood, a HIHH WH known resident jHI of Lufkln, Tex., VKM sa: "I wrenched &3iML mV back working In MB n sawmill, was laid gB up six weeks, and a- from that tlmo had pain In my back whenovor I stooped or lifted. Tho urlno waa badly disordered and for a long tlmo I had attacks of gravel. After I began using Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho gravel passed out, and my back got we.I. I haven't had back acho or bladder troublo since." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents n box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Llfo Is never a burden to tho wom an who carries her ago well. Economy Is tlio road to wealth. PUTNAM FADELESS DYE Is Ins road to economy. ' The man who plays tho favorite doesn't always win by a long shot. Mr. Tf Inelow'e Roothlnff Rjrun. Tor children teeibtor , tot lent tbe rumi , reduce to CAmmfcUon,a41ftjripatnfcareewlndooUu. 23eabotUe. J The First Quill Pens. Quill pens camo Into uso In ES3; the first steel ones In 1820, when tho first cross of them sold for J3G. Another Triumph for X-Rays. So successful has tho application of tho X-rays been In tho tratmont of children suffrlng from ringworm, that the Metropolitan Asylums Board, Lon don, has been enabled to discontinue the uso of ono of tho two institutions reserved for such cases. Important to Mothers. lno carefully eitry bottle of C ASTOIUA, life and eure remedy for Infanta and children, la Um For Orcr 30 Yeara, Tho Kind Yoa Ilare Alirai OoathL 8chools Spreading In China. A fow years ago tho foreign mis sionary Bchools woro practically tho only Institutions In Foochow offoring facilities for tho acquisition of west ern learning. Thcro nro now at least SO natlvo schools fashioned after the foreign model. Foochow Is a city ot 00,000 Inhabitants, and theso schools embraco about 2,000 students. Post era placarded all over tho city adver tise the opening of various modorn schools, which aro springing up in every nook andtcornqr ot the place. Scarcely a week passes without the I announcement of tho opening of a nfckr school. Strange 8tory But True. F. Vandegrlft has a new story. It is lllustrativo ot tho marvelous fe cundity ot the English sparrow. "I was pending Sunday with the Dumont Smiths, at Kinsley," said Van, in recounting his oxporlenco. "Wo had been up lato tho night bo foro and I waa a trifle drowsy.t I sat out on tho front porch listening to tho church bells and gazing off Into the Ullmltablo spaco that llos botween a shortgrass town and tho horizon beyond. "Presently I droppod my hat into a bed of Virginia crccpor and dozod off to sleep. I could not havo slept moro than an hour, for tho children woro passing tho houso on tho way from Sunday school when I awoko. I rubbed my eyes and glanced ovor at my bat In It sat an English spar row brooding a setting of eggs. While I slept tho sparows had built a nest In my hat, tho mother bird had laid a full complement of eggs and had bo un tho work of hatching thorn." Kansas City Journul. GOOD NIGHT'8 8LEEP. No Medicine so Beneficial to Brain and Nerves. Lying awako nights makes It hard to keop awako and do things In day i time. To tako "tonics and stimu lants" undor such circumstances is Uko sotting tho houso on fire to mo if you can put it out. Tho right kind of food promotos re freshing sleep at night and a wldo awako Individual during tho day. A lady changed from hor old way ot eating, to Crape-Nuts, and says: "For about thrco years I had been a groat sufforor from lndlgostlon. Aftor trying several kinds ot modi clno, tho doctor would nsk mo to drop off potatoes, then meat, and so on, but in a few days that craving, gnaw ing feeling would start up, and I would vomit everything I ato and drank. L "When I started on Qrapo-Nuts, vomiting stopped, and tho bloating feeling which was so distressing dls appoarod ontlrely. "My mother was very much both ered with diarrhea boforo commenc ing tho Orape-Nuts, bocauso her stom ach waa so wenk she could not digest her food. Slnco using Crapo-Nuts sho Is well, and says sho don't think sbo could llvo without It. "It Is a groat brain restorer and nervo builder, for I can sleop as sound and undisturbed aftor a supper of Qrapo-Nuts as In tho old days when I could not realize what they meant by a "bad stomach" There Is no mcdlclno so bononclal.to norvos and brain as a good night's sleep, such as you can enjoy aftor eating Orape Nuts." , Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mlcb. "There's a reason" i figg EVOLUTION OF AN INVENTION, Simple Way In Which the Knot-Tying Part of Harvester Wat Developed. The popular Idea that an Inventor must be a heaven-born genius, that tho faculty of Inventing can not bo cultivated, and that Inventions are made spontaneously by their Inventors and wholly out ot their Imagination, Is pronounced a delusion by Edwin L Prlndle, In a paper read before the American Institute) ot Electrical En gineers at Milwaukee, Wis. Said Mr. Prlndlo: "It is undoubtedly true that every inventor must have some inventive or n IS Essential Parts of the Cord Knotter creative faculty; but this faculty may bo greatly assisted by knowing bow While reasoning can not constitute tho wholo ot tho Inventlvo act, it can, so to speak, clear tho way for it and ronder it caslor of accomplishment. "Most ot all, inventions are an evo lution from somo previously Invented form. 'Tho mind always thinks ot tho unknown In terms ot tho known.' "Tills evolution of an Invention is moro or less logical, and Is often worked out by logical processes to .such an extent that tho really cro atlvo work Is greatly reduced as com pared with what It would bo It dono by tho Imagination alono. Edison Is quoted as saying: 'Any man can bo como an Inventor It ho has Imagina tion and pertinacity;' that 'Invention Is not so much Inspiration as pop splratlon.' Tho speaker then explained 'now ho concolvod threo typical inventions jhad been evolved. To quote Tho Sen tinel's abstract: "Tho first of these was the first au tomatic valvo gear for tho steam en gine, tho Invention ot a boy, Humph ry Potter. The second oxamplo ol the evolution ot an Invention was .that of a machlno known as the cal eulagraph, which Is used for calculat lng and recording the charge on moo of tho toll telophono messages in the United States. It will automatically subtract tho tlmo of day when the messago began from tho tlmo ot day when It ceased, and record tho elapsed tlmo, and will do this on tho ono ma chlno -for any number of overlapping messages. Tho third oxamplo was tho evolution of tho knot-tying parts ot a sslf-blnding harvester. Tho spoakor showed how tho Inventor first chose a slmplo form ot knot and thon studied tho tying of It with his hands until ho had dovlscd a way by which ho could tlo It with tho uso of only two fingers ot ono hand. Ono ot the fingers had a slmplo rotary movo mont with tho arm, and tho othor fin ger had, besldo the rotary movement, a slmplo opening and closing movo ;nont toward and away from the first finger, to grasp tho cord at a cestaln period In tho revolution. Mr. Prlndlo went through theso operations with his own fingers and tied knots to Il lustrate those motions. With this ox hausllvo nnd Ingenious consideration of his problom the Inventor had only a simple' plcco of mechanism to pro duce to accomplish his purpose. JTho mochanlsm really only consisted ol two mechanical fingers on a shaft, and a cam for working the clamping finger." how Animals Doctor Themselves. Man might ofton take from the lower animals a lesson as to tho care of himself when 111. All Borts of ani mals sufforlng from fevor oat little, lie quiet In dark, airy places, and drink quantities ot water. When a dog loses his oppotlte ho knows where to find chlendont dog-grass which ai as a purgatlvo and ometlc. SI ep and cows, when HI, seek cer tain herbs. Any animal suffering from chronic rhoumatlsm keops as far aa possible In tho Bun, If a chim panzee bo wounded ho has been seen to stop the bleeding by a plastor ot chewod-up leaves and graBs. American Sewing Machines. Over 10,000 patents havo been taken out uu sewing machines. American sewing machines aro now sold In ovory country In tho world. They are used for all manner of purposes, for making boots a id shoos, awnings, tents and sails and somo ot them have an 18 foot bed. Somo machines are mado for sen lng carpet nnd can sow as much carpet as 100 hand sev ers. They nro also used to moko bags, corsets, bats, caps, gloves, mit tens, pocketbouks, saddlery and bar cess. THE WHITE RIVER COUNTRY. In tho opinion ot ono who has trav eled much a observed closely, tho most truly and rightfully contented peoplo in tho United States to-day are tho small landowners In what Is known as tho Upper White nivor Coun try, nnywhere from Nowport, Ark., to Carthago, Mo. They aro contented bo causo their surroundings aro Ideal and, until recently, tho great, uneasy, dis quieting world, with its artificial noods and Inadequate compensations, baa been to them but llttlo moro tangible than a dream. Hero, still existent, and by reaoon of their very rarity at this day and tlmo moro dclectablo than In tho past, aro 'ho conditions which havo over appealed with irre sistible forco to tho Independent-spirited Anglo-Saxon. Every man Is tho supremo ruler ot his own llttlo prin cipality; acknowledging no master savo tho law and possibly his fem inine helpmeet; cringing to no em ployer; asking no favors from the world, savo those that his neighbors freely extend nnd expect as freely In return. Ho lives In a lntltudo whoro tho extremes of heat or cold aro novcr known, nnd at an altltudo that insures perfect health. Tho richest bounty ot Nature has boon showered upon him with unsparing hand., but It Is a quostlon whether ho moro than dimly realizes tho fact. Ho accepts as a mat ter of courso tho fcrtllo soil which produces In nbundnnco every cultiv able growth common to tho north temporato zone, tho surrounding for ests of valuable woods and tho under lying stratas of precious minerals, tho springs and streams of translucent purity on every hand, tho wealth of fish nnd garao at his very doAr, such ns loss favored mortals annually travel hundreds of miles to find. Ho Is con tented, but small credit Is his for that, for how could ho well bo otherwlso than content? It Is sad that such Idealistic conditions may not con tinue but It Is written that tho pres ent possessors of this favored land must soon glvo ploco to others moro appreciative ot Its lncomparablo fea tures. A railroad has recently cut Its way through tho best ot this region, and tho unaccustomed rustlo of bank notes and chink ot coin wfll eventually tompt tho hill-dweller to part with his birthright. So it haB always been In tho world's history tho good things that are ours without prlco Invariably pass from our hands before wo como to understand their value Tho Whlto IUvor country will shortly bo discov ered anew by a class of Immigrants bettor capablo of Judging Its possibil ities tho men who seek modest homos whoro tho "lay of tho land" will effectually prevent crowding by too closo neighbors, whero their cat tlo can fatten on free rangoewhero tho wealth of forest and mlno awaits dovolopmcnt by intelligent workers, and whoro tho game and fish offer en Joyablo recreation to all who havo leisure and Inclination for sport YOUNG COLONEL IN DILEMMA Ways of War Were a New Thing to His Understanding. At tho Army and Navy club In Washington a number of veteran offi cers were telling stories, when Qcn. Chaff co told this anecdote of den. Carr, who died In Now York somo years ago: It appoars that Ocn. Carr, at tho outbreak of tho civil war, had left Troy to tako command of a regiment Tho ongagoment in which, as colonel, he first figured was at Big Bethel. Ills rcglmont hnd been halted for rest and refreshment in a pleasant place and had not yet experienced tho ex citement of a skirmish. It happened howovcr, that confederates wore In ambush in tho lmmedlato neighbor hood and from a safo hiding place they opened fire on tho northerners. Carr, bo tho story runs, Instantly put spurs to his horso nnd dashed up to a group of officers. Excitement and bewilderment were apparent upon his young faco as he approached the party. "They aro firing upon my regi ment!" ho shouted. "My Oodl Now what Ib to bo done?" Harper's Weekly. DABY COVERED WITH SORES. t - Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Un less Hands Were Tied "Would Have Died But for Cutlcura." "My llttlo s6n, when about a year and a halt old, began to havo sores como out on his faco. I had a physi cian treat him, but tho sores grew worse. Then thoy began to como on Ms arms, then on other parts ot his body, and then ono camo on his chost, worso than tho others. Then I called anothor physician. Still ho grew worso. At tho end of about a yeai and a half ot suffering ho grew so bad I had to tlo his hands In cloths at night to keep blm from scratching the sores and tearing tho flosh. Ho got to bo a moro skeleton, and was hardly ablo to walk. My aunt advised mo to try Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. I sont to tho dru; store and got a cako of tho Soap and a box of tho Oint ment and at tho end ot about two months tho sores were all well. Ho has nowr had any sores ot any kind slnco. Ho Is now strong and healthy, and I can slncoroly say that only for your most wondorful remedies my precious child would have died from thoso torriblo sores. Mrs. Egbert Sheldon. It. F. D. No. 1, Woodvillo, Conn., April 22, 1005." Treasured Tickets of Leat. Amonc tho lato Michael Davltf most treasured possesions woro I tro gilt frames, each of which contained a ticket of leave which wbb granted him after he had served a term ol penal aorvitudo for his beloved co- u try. ?MEnLSTAINS." ; TH08E MADE DY FRUIT JUICE MAY BE EA8ILY REMOVED. Use Boiling Water for the alight One And Acldt for the Bad Ones, Ones, But Great Precau tion Is Needed. With the frequent servlco ot fruits, the table linen Is apt to suffer. Be fore sending to tho laundry tho table cloths and napkins should be exam ined carefully and tho spots removed, as soap sets tho stains. Most fruit stains, taken In season, can be re moved easily from linen by putting tho stained portion over n bowl and pouring a stream of boiling hot water through 1L When tho spots are ob stinate, howevor, acids must bo used This part ot the work always should bo dono under tbo supervision ot tho mistress, to sco that all needful pro cautions aro taken to prevent do suroylng the fabric Itself. Oxalic acid, allowing thrco ounces ot tho crystals to ono pint ot water, will bo found UBoful to be, kopt on band for this especial purpose Wet the stain with tho solution nnd hold over hot water or In the sun. The Instant the spot disappears rlnso well. Wet tho Btaln with ammonia, then rinse again This many times will save linen Javollo water Is excellent for white goods nnd may bo made at homo or purchased at tho druggist's. A good rulo for making It calls for four pounds ot washing sodn, dissolved In four quarts of soft water. Boll ten minutes, tako from tho flro and add ono pound ot chlorldo of llmo. Cool quickly, bottle and keop tightly corked This Ib strong, and must bo handled with cxtrcmo caro. Peach stains nro tho hardest of all fruit stains to remove, but a weak solution ot chlorldo of llmo with In flnlto patience In Its nppllcntlon, fro quently will effect tho desired result EXCELLENT STUFFED HAM. 8lmple Directions for Cooking This Appetizing and Palatable Dish. What to Eat gives directions for a stuffed ham, which ought to bo vory good. For a buffet suppor It would bo especially attractive. A medium-sized sugar-cured ham Is boiled In tho usual manner When done, either slash with a knife, making long, slanting slashes, or puncture to tho bono with tho carving Btecl. Prepare a stuRlng of bread crumbs seasoned with pre pared muBtard until tho crumbs arc qulto yellow. Moisten with tho watoi In which the ham was boiled. Mix with tho dressing ono onion chopped flno, a few sprays ot parsloy, minced, and plenty ot popper, black or red Press this dressing In tho slashes oi punctures, and glazo tho ham ovei with whlto of egg. Tako a large handful of crumbs, some as largo at a grain of corn, nnd otherti larger; spread theso ovor tho top. of tho ham and moisten them with cream. Place In tho oven long enough for the crumb b to brown, which will bo loop enough also to let tho stuffing got hot Garnish tho dish with parBley or fine bunches ot watercress. No 8ex In Initial. There Ib a bad trick In business lot tor writing to which men as well as Women are addicted," said a business man. "I mean tho way people havo ot signing merely Initials and leaving you without a clew ns to their box, conse quently without a correct form In which to reply to their communica tion and without a proporly complete notion ot their Identity. "tor example, I havo been for thrco wooka In desultory correspondence with a client who signed '8. T. Snlts,' wo will say. Tho handwriting was somewhat feminine, and 1 had my sec retary address tho answers to 'Mrs. S. T. Snlts.' Wo received a correction tills morning from Samuel T. Snlts, and discovered that our correspondent is a man. "At other times women write us, Blgnlng merely Initials, and sovcral letters aro Interchanged before wo discover that 'P. B. Pipkin' or 'E. I Skeoter' represent members of tho fair sex. "This Is a caso wbero brevity Isn't tho soul of wit" Two Good 8alads. Potato Salad. Boll, peel and chop flno several potatoes; peel and sllco half as many onions: have skillet ready with enough bacon fat to fry tho onions until tendor. snlt tho po tatoes and add to tho onions, stirring until well mixed; lastly, add ono cup of good vinegar, covor closely and set back to simmer awhile, then serve. Cabbago Balad. Boll together ono egg, woll beaten, ouo tablospoonful o' butter, ono tablcspoonful of sugar, one-halt tcaspoonful ot salt, thrco fourths cup of vinegar, until It thick ens; Btlr constantly, havo cabbago chopped flno nnd pour ovor It sot. If you wladd one-half cup of thick cream to tho above, It makes a fine dressing tor lettuce Embroidered Linen Belts. Erabroldorod linen belts aro cheap onough, still there cannot bo tho Indi viduality about them &s may bo seen In a belt mado at home from a slnglo motif of hnndsomo embroldory set on at tho centor back to a Btrlp of whlto linen closing In tho front with a bucklo of one's own choosing, while, perhaps, tho uucklo will bo the only part of the bolt that lias had to b purchased Now that tho thrco little bows aro worn ai the throat much money may be saved by making theso at tome, tho smallest scraps of silk being avail able for the purpof.o. OIM10ND9 IN UNITED 8TATE8 Stores to the Value of $300 Found In Single Year. Never In tbo history ot the United States has there been such n demand for diamonds ns there was In 1905. Largo quantities wore Imported, but the country produced none. In 1903 It produced diamonds to the valuo of 150, In 1901 it had an output werth $100, In 1900 Its production was valued at $150, nnd In 1899 tho coun try boasted nntlvo diamonds to tho raluo ot $300. Diamonds havo been discovered in the United States In four different re gions, but their actual place of ori gin Is unknown. All havo boon found In loose and superficial deposits, and all accidentally. It Is not at all Improbable, how ever, that somo day tho original sources of this queen of gems may bo discovered. Tho high prlco of dia monds has mado tho recent search for these precious stones In tho United States and Canada keener than over before. Scientific American. mum Baking Powder Is Wholesome, Dr. Herman Hclnbold, tho export Gorman chemist, In a recent official report concerning Baking Powdors, declares that a pure nlum baking pow dor Is bettor and less Injurious than he so-called cream of tartar pewders. He says that It tho quantity of alum contained In a sufficient quantity ot baking powder for a batch of bread or cakes for an ordinary family, bo con centrated to ono mouthful of food, and taken Into tho stomach of any ono person, no matter how dcllcato, It could do no harm. On tho contrary, alum Is wholcsomo In propor quanti ties. This Is undoubtedly tho reason tho Stato ot Missouri quickly repealed a law that prohibited the manufacture ot tho most wholcsomo ot nil baking powders. Bo much for Alum Baking Powders. Immense Steel Plates. Tho shell and boilers or the new Cunardcr being built at Wallsend, England, aro said by Consul Metcalf to bo constructed of tho largest steel plates In .tho world. Thoy aro silicon Bteol, weighing ten tons each. The boilers alono will weigh ovor 1,000 tons. Masslvo Ingots and slabs weighing 12 nnd 14 tons, aro continu ally passing through tho rolling mills thcro for this work. Training 8chool for Elephants. There Is a training school for orc phants nt Apl, In tho Congo Stato, whero 28 elephants are taking lessons. Tho training oporatlona havo produc ed encouraging results, says tho Trib une Congolalso. Handkerchiefs Date from 1743. Tho first pocket .hamlUorchlofs, utilized In tho manner thoy nro to-day, voro manufactured atM'alsley In 1743. D1TCUTO Trado MarUa, lo rll rll I .ign,. CoprrHnta and '' iisbxla prueured. ataman UtCKrouu. til Bu, Waihloiilon. 1). a 37,500,000 PEpPLE DIE EACH YEAR In the United fitttes, alone, more than a mlt llou die yearly I" rum prcvcnUbl 1kmi. GOOD HEALTH telle rhr theac atarlllnc facia eilit, OOOD Itl.'ALTII li the oldrtl health Journal lu the world, a bis handnornely Illustrated, and able edlied magailne for the home. The price la una dollar a year. Single coplea ten. ceuti. Rend twenty-five cents anil thla edTerllacment for a trial three raoolhi' aubi:lpllon, 0000 HEALTH PUBLISIIINO COMPANY, BATTLE CREEK, MICH. immmmm mm TUMORS CONQUERED I SERIOUS OPERATIONS AVW1EA 7nquallBod 8uccosa of Xjydloj E. Pin H bom's Vegetable Compound In tbt Caso of Mrs. Fonnlo D. Fox. H Oneof the greatest trlnmnhsof Lydla H K. 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