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Broadland, So. Dak., Feb. 23rd.—Beadle county has never been so worked up as during the last few weeks. Every one is talking of the wonderful case of G. YV. Gray, of Broadland, the particulars of which are best told in the following statement which Mr. Gray has just publislied: "1 was dying. 1 had given up all hope. 1 was prostrate and as helpless as a little babe. I had been ailing with Kidney Trouble for many years and it finally turned to Bright's disease. All medicine had failed and 1 was in despair. "I ordered one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills ind this first box helped me out of bed. 1 continued the treatment till now I am a strong, well man. 1 praise God for the day when I decided to use Dodd's Kidney Pills." Everybody expected that Mr. Gray would die. and his remarkable recovery is regarded little short of a miracle by all who know how very*low he was. Dodd's Kidney Pills are certainly a wonderful remedy. Extortionate.—Mrs. Dumley—"I don't see why you call him a liberal writer." Mrs. Wise—"YVhy not?" Mrs. Dumley—"YVhy ; he ctiarges two dollars for his last book, and it's only got about 75 pages in it."—Philadel phia Record. Business Chances. The M. K. & T.'Ry. has a well estab lished Industrial Department, aiding in the selection of sites and locations for in dustries of all kinds along its lines. Write if you are interested. YVe will send book, "Business Chances," and any other in formation wanted. Address James Barker, Gen'l Pass. Agent, M. K. & T. Ry., 204 Wainwright Bldg., St. Louis.: His Judgment.—"I've been told," said the amateur, "tit i i I'm a good actor. What do you think of f.nat?" "1 think there are some awful liars in this world."—Chicago Post. Slops the Conirh and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents We work hard to perfect our bogies and then frighten ourselves to death over them. —United Presbyterian. Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds.—J. F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, lnd., Feb. 15,1900. Straight character cannot come out of crooked living.—Rams Horn. Any one can dye with Putnam Fadeless Dye, tio experience required. There is no power sufficient to make a man out of putty.—Rain's Horn. An ideal Woman's Medicine i % 0 , N AS 7. £ <>' 4 V ft \ i /'/ So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases equalled that at tained by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so great as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it, and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints. Mrs. Pinkliam' invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Such corre spondence is seen by women only, and no charge is made. 1 RUNNING FOR COVER. THE ORI6INAL /A OILED CLOTHING ,3 I (KAcewHAoiveimow) W WILL COVER YOU AHD KHP YOU PRY IN />IRWfllHT WEMWK ' ' V :tOK SAU eVWYWWM. TAXI KO JUMTITUTia. „ A.J.TOWB CO.. BOSTON, MASS, U1A tOIVER CANARIAN COO*K TORONTO. CAN. * l io> CREC ORY'S ■SEEDS .1. II. <-r< ir»ry A tuu. m Found reliable for do years. New Catalogue free. J. Marbtobood, X R if) c n Uro Cough Syrup. Eel in time. Sold by druggist*. Ml astca \P\ sc kS i HOME-MADE HATCHER. Device Here Described Has Been Used by Its Inventor for Several Year* with Success. The accompanying illustration is a diagram of a home-made hatcher, which I have used with great success for two years. Take three boards 12 feet long, 14 inches wide, and construct a pen 12 by 6 feet. From corner K to point L, 14 inches, nail a three-inch board from end to end to point M. Then divide that side of pen into nests, using scrap boards, if necessary, for parti tions, making each nest 14 inches square, placing a narrow board direct /I.k-rrr 1 r 9 /s // /L S' t _5, \ AWT (or it -L i i r> * i 1 c * jf CHICKEN HATCHER. ly below L M on edge to secure parti tions. The top of hatcher on side of nests may be covered with one wide board running full length. Or if one has time, money and tact the cover of each nest may be hung with hinges at points 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Leather makes a good hinge. At point C place a board upright wide enough to make the pen dark and secure the hen in the inclosure. Now construct runways for the hen where she may eat and drink at will. These runs are best made of lath, and should extend from L to N, and 14 inches wide, giving each hen a separate inclosure, excluding all intruders. These slat covers s-lip un der board L and board N. As soon as a hen w ishes to sit. place her at night on eggs in one of these nests, fastening her in securely with board at C C, mak ing the pen quite dark, and let her remain until feeding till toward night the next day'. Then let her out into the runway to eat and drink. She w'ill return to nest and require no more care. The earth in the runways should be loose arid a few ashes throw'n in, that the hen may have her required dust-bath. It is best to fill the entire 12 nests at one time, or half of them at least. YVhen my flock is small, and I wish to rush the chickens, I give the 12 broods to three or four hens, and reset the hens, if they seem healthy | and not needing rest. I use tomato cans fastened securely in corner of j runway for water. This hatcher may be made larger or smaller, as one's needs demand. Last year I hatched j 129 chicks from 156 eggs set in this j hatcher.—J. K. Sexson, in Agricultural Epitomist. ; | Philndelpliin Professor Announce* n ! j I CATTLE VACCINATION. Sure Way of Defeating Tnbercn losia In norinca. Dr. Leonard Pearson, dean of the j veterinary department of the Uni-' versity of Pennsylvania, announces that he has discovered a method of vaccination whereby cattle may be made immune to tuberculosis. He has been fisted in hie experiments hy Dr. b. H. Gilliland, demonstrator in bacteriology in the veterinary school. In a recent experiment Dr Pearson used four young cows which were as free from symptoms of disease as any that could be procured. Two of these were vaccinated in March. In July all ; four were inoculated with tubercle bacilli. All were killed in the fol 1 lowtng October The two which had been vaccinated showed no signs of tubercular infection, but the others had marked traces of the disease. In the process of vaccination a sus pension of tubercle bacilli which is nonvirulent for cattle was injected. The operation was repeated at inter vals and the quantity of matter in for a few times failed to appear. "I consider that the principle of im munization," Dr. Pearson said, shown by our experiments, is proved and it is now only remains to work out the details of the method. This work is to be continued on a larger scale for the purpose of ascertaining the simplest and shortest practicable method of vaccination. as i Irrigation in lew England. The idea that irrigation is profitable only in the arid regions is rapidly be coming obsolete, especially where the production of vegetables and small fruits is made a specialty. Forty acres devoted to the raising of garden crops in Rhode Island in 1899, where irriga-, tion was practiced, amounted in value, according to the late United States census, to $32,515, or an average of over $800 an acre, whereas the average j garden crop of the state grown in ths , usual way was only about $100 an i acre.—Farm and Fireside. j ■ r vr I *» ! »J Ja K L( y.rAi M ^eroN % ;e^* N. ■% iKOTA MW® ■P & Mb* OBaiiii r o w to. HP 0 * ■ m •r 1 I ',W*0 * k v> ■VADA 1C* o 'nt 'A ti I c °M 7 % * 511 & %L , R , $ /j®SS| Ip I mi ± It V/, o f te P K< * Wa V, l 9 ha Pli > e ou <1 /.^pk/A m g % TAR \ # i ip % 6 'ti Peruna is recommended by fifty members of Congress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals, Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eminent Physicians, Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu= tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in the humbler walks of life. One for the Pickpocket. \Y T hen Mrs. IsabellaBishop, the well-known traveler, was in the United States she had ; at least one funny experience. She was rid | ing in a car in Chicago, and felt her pocket being picked, but said nothing at the mo nient. Presently along came tne conductor to eolleet his fares. When he reached Mrs. Bishop she quietly remarked: "Thisgentle inan, turning to the thief, "will pay. He has my purse/'—N. Y. Herald. I The Chungf. They were speaking of the great politi cian v "Yes," said one, "years ago I saw him roaming the streets with not a cent,^tnd his ' n I'-'J P 01 '^, 1 , 8 " , he /,!f h'il^t'in lil people's pockets."—Chicago Daily News, Mrs. Henpeeque-Married men live long er than single men. "Perhaps." ventured the unsuccessful con tributor, "you didn't consider my little ode true t0 "Oh, it was true enough," replied the editor. "I assure you there was m £re truth than poetry in what you said." Philadelphia Press, Hin Idea. Henpecque—Yes; and it serves them right—Detroit Free Press. PROVE DOAN'S FREE HELP. Those who doubt, who think because other Kidney Remedies do them no good, who feel discouraged, they profit most by the Free Trial of Doan's Kidney Pills. The wondrous results stamp Doan merit. Aching backs are cased. Hip, back, and loin pains overcome. Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish. They correct urine with brick dust sedi ment, high colored, excessive, pain in pass ing. dribbling, frequency, bed wetting, Doan's Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpita Li° n . sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, Salem, Ind., Feb. 5,1903.—"Ireceived the trial package of Doan's Kidney Pills and I must confess they did me wonderful good. It seems strange to say that I hod tried several kinds of kidney medicines without doing me any good. I had bnck ackc, pain in my bladder and scalding urine, and tho sample package sent me . , .. ,, . . , . , . . *5 a11 in a and w,th tho P acka 8C I am now using from our drug Rtow I expect to be cured permanently. It ^ wonderful, but sure and certain themed - c De docs work - ^ was constant ?^ ,ser y unt ^ I commenced the use of Foana Kidney Pills.'—C has. R Cook, " 11011 Salem, Washington Co., 111. Reed's Correction. The late Thomas B. Reed was once intro duced to an office seeking constituent. T..is man was of massive build, florid luce and a girth of aldermanic proportions. His de mands were positive, his language aggres sive. He was full of egotism and conse quently had no room for inability. Reed made some uncertain promises in regard to making an effort and the heavy office seeker left. "Mr. Reed, it would be to your advantage to assist that man," suggested the acquaint ance who had introduced the stranger. "He is a tower of strength in his community." Reed, who still retained in mind thdenor mous waist line, said caustically:' "You mean a dome of strength."—Detroit Free Press. Keep Dadelnf. O wretched lot of the twentieth century nian! Not only is the air full of microbes, but now we must have a care not to inltile a wireless message.—Toronto Star. "A creative economy is the fuel of mag nificence," says Emerson. YY e merely quote this as a tip to people who are short any other kind.—Indianapolis News. Every time the unexpected happens the Ptoid-you-so person is on the spot.—Indi anapolis News. South Bautonville. , III., Feb. 8, 1903.—"I received the trial package of Doan's Kidney's Pills and have bought several boxes of my druggist. They have done mo much good. I was hardly able to do any work until I began taking them; now I can work all day and my back docs not get the least bit tired. " Ijiud Guay. FREE —TO MAKE YOU A FRIEND. Wean's Kidney 'Pills ; r---4 YW tC-rrakr- "" " m .a* ' t m j F 0 sTi 11 .Jt 11 . 3 ra* Co., Buffalo, N. 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