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BOY’S TERRIBLE ECZEMA.
ICouth and Eyes Covered with Cruets —Hands Pinned Down—Mirac ulous Cure by Cuticura. •TVhen my little boy w six months •*u, he had eczema. The sores extended •o quickly oyer the whole body that we at once called in the doctor. Wo then went to another doctor, but he could not help bmi. and in our despair we went to a third one. Matters became so bad that he had regular holes in his cheeks, large plough to put u linger into. The food had to be given with a spoon, for his mouth was covered with crusts as thick •s a finger, and whenever he opened the mouth they begun to b’ced and suppurate, •s did also his eyes. Hands, arms, chest, •nd back, in short tha whole body, was covered over and over. We had no rest by day or night. Whenever he was laid in his bed, we had to pm his hands down: otherwise he would scratch his face, and make an open sore, i think his face must have itched most fearfully. “We finally thought nothing could help, *nd 1 had made up my mind to send my wife with the child to Europe, hoping that the sea air might cure him, otherwise he was to be put under good medical care there. Hut, Lord be blessed, matters came differently, and we soon saw a miracle. A friend or ours spoke about Cuticura. We made a trial with Cuticura Soap, Oint ment, and Resolvent, and within ten days or two weeks we noticed a decided im provement, Just as quickly as the sick ness had appeared it also began to dis appear, and within ten weeks the child was absolutely well, and his skin was smooth and white as never before. F. Hohrath, President of the C. L. Hohrath Company. Manufacturers of Silk Ribbons, 4 to 20 Rink Alley, South Bethlehem, Pa. June 5, 1905.” No matter how homely a man may be, he can always find satisfaction in thinking of the good things his mother fcaid about him when he was a boy. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, Blind. Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if PazoOixtment fails to cure inGtolldays. 50c GAINING ON THE FAIR SEX According to This Report Men Will Soon Outnumber the Women. Fran Gnauck-Kuehne 's one of the greatest German authorities on the mod ern feminist movement, and after mature study and the collection of statistics she has come to the conclusion that the superfluity of women in so many European countries is a fact which in the first place is in no sense an evil, and in the second place is rapidly disappearing. In another twenty years, she believes, the tide will begin to turn the other way and the men will be in the majority even in such countries as England and Ger many, where at the present time women immensely predominate. Some of her statistics are most interesting. In Lux embourg, tor example, in IK9O there were 1,002 women for every 1.000 men. There are now only 999. In Australia the pro portion has been reduced in the same time from 1.044 to 1.035, in Hungary from 1,015 to 1,009, in Switzerland from 1.057 to 1,035. in Sweden from 1.005 to 1,049. in Germany from 1.040 to 1,032, in England from 1.055 to 1,047. She does not believe that any European nation except Russia will long continue to increase rapidly in proportion. England has begun to follow the example of France and Germany will certainly lol low England's footsteps. In all “advanced'’ European states the birth rate is either becoming stationary, or begins to show a backward tendency. Those Things We Say. Miss Withers (showing photograph of herself)— l’m afraid it’s rather faded. Binks (inexperienced, aged 191 es; but it’s just like you.—Stray Stories. The people to whom life is a burden are Usually a burden to life. MALARIA??? Generally That Is Not the Trouble. Persons with a susceptibility to ma larial influences should beware of cof fee, which has a tendency to load up the liver with bile. A lady writes from Denver that she suffered for years from chills and fever which at last she learned were mainly produced by the coffee she drank. “I was also grievously afflicted with headaches and indigestion,” she says, “which I became satisfied were like wise largely due to the coffee I drank. Six months ago I quit its use alto gether and began to drink Postum Food Coffee, with the gratifying result that my headaches have disappeared, my digestion has been restored and I have not had a recurrence of chills and fever for more than three months. I have no doubt that it was Postum that brought me this relief, for I have used no medicine while this improve ment has been going on.” (It was really relief from congestion of the liver caused by coffee.) “My daughter has been as great a coffee drinker as I, and for years was afflicted with terrible sick headaches, which often lasted for a week at a time. She is a brain worker and ex cessive applicatidn together with the headaches began to affect her memory most seriously. She found no help in medicines and the doctor frankly advised her to quit coffee and use postum. “For more than four months she has not had a headache —her mental facul ties have grown more active and vig orous and her memory has been re stored. “No more tea, coffee or drugs for us, go long as we can get Postum.” Name driven by Postum Cos., Battle Creek, Mich. There’s a reason. Read the little Ijaok “The Road to Wellville” in pkgs. • - * v> ■/ •it’ ICEHOUSE AND COOLER. Plan for the Building Which Will Prove a Wise Addition to Any Farm. An ice house and cool room may be constructed as follows: Excavate a fonBEB half cellar in a I | v | perfectly dry vi* % place, from which the surface slopes (or may be made to slope) in all directions, so aa to prevent danger of moisture from want of drainage. A stone or brick wall is built around this and laid in hydraulic cement. The floor is ce mented. A frame or other building is built upon this basement to contain the ice. Twelve feet square will bo i j FIG. I.—ICE HOUSE AND COOL ROOM. large enough for a moderate family, as an ice house of that size will hold about 20 loads or tons of ice. The main point is the division be tween the ice house and the room be low it. This must be perfectly air tight, and a moderately good conduc tor of heat. The floor may be laid in the following manner: Beams of sufficient strength are laid across and the ends well bedded in ce ment. A floor of zinc sheets is then laid upon the beams, the sheets being closely nailed to the beams upon strips of rubber sheeting, to make the joints water and air tight. The beams should be dressed smoothly. The zinc sheets are bent, as shown in the illus tration (Fig. 2). This is for the pur pose of causing the moisture, which will condense upon the under side of this ceiling, to flow downward to the lower angle, where it will drip. The drip is caught in the little gutters of zinc shown in the figure, attached to the ceiling, and is carried off by a proper drain. .-.oove the zinc ceiling, a thin layer of dry, fresh sawdust should be laid smoothly, and a floor of matched pine boards should be laid upon that, and thoroughly coated with melted pitch. This floor should slope a little to one corner, so as to draw the waste water from the ice there, and an S trap drain should be laid from that to carry off the water Into the drain above mentioned. The usual layer of sawdust is laid upon this floor to pre vent too rapid conveyance of heat (MCI I t 1 dJ r~ t SgU Egg I | i| f:§ II 31| || || FIG. B—ANOTHER PLAN OF ICfl HOUSE. from below to the ice above. Small double window's should be used in the cool chamber below, to prevent access of heat from the outside, and they should be fitted air-tight. Ventilation should be provided for by means of a wooden pipe with a slide, by which the opening can be regulated. We add another design, on the same general principles, says the Country Gentleman, but more in de tail, furnished by a New Jersey cor respondent from a building in suc cessful operation. The drainage of the ice is carried off by a series of V-shaped tin or iron troughs, which run between the joists, all of which carry the water to one point, where it is conveyed outside by a trap pipe. These troughs reach over to the center of the top of the joists, and are soldered together, so that no water will drip on the floor below. The ice does not rest directly on the joists; but there is a bed of oak lath, about inches, laid across the joists, about four or five inches apart, on which the ice is laid. The opening for putting in the ice, shown just under the pulley in the cut (Fig. 3), has two doors, with a space be tween —each door a foot thick. The window in the cold room has three sets of sash, well packed or cemented. The walls are 13 inches thick, lined with 17 inches of sawdust. Thirtq six inches of sawdust are put on the floor over the ice. The building shown is 25 feet square, inside measure, and 22 feet from floor of cold room to ceil ing over the ice. The ice room is 12 feet high, and the cold room nine feet. Pillars are required under the center of the lea Chilly Return. “1 lore you devotedly, madly!” lyrically declared the ardent swain. “To be your companion through life, darling, 1 would gladly sacrifice everything; friends, rela tions. ambition, honor, fortune--” “Didn’t know you had all those nice thing! Sporting Timea. Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullen is Nature’s great remedy -Cures Coughs, Colds, ( roup and (’ousuiuption, and ail throat and lung troubles. At drug cists, 25c. t 50c. and SI.UU per bottle. People are asserting so loudly that morality has nothing to do with art that we ire in danger of overlooking the fact that immorality has nothing to do with it, either. —Town Topics. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bkomo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. B.W. Guove’s signature is on each box. 25c. 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CSno Limit SBF\S3 You too would have to build VToh sgS<£ Jar bigger bares if you would \ 1 arc ~ only listen to reasonond **in- y-E fV crease your yields per acre’* by enriching your soil and feeding fa your plants with that wonder-worker,M Virgin is-Carolina Fertilizer. 1 It has been the tremendous success a of many farmers all over the Kcuth.B who started life wilh only a few acres* and a one-horse plow. Now, alter using ■ these fertilizers tor many years, these ■ farmers are rich. Read v. hat they pay in ■ curaimauac. Aek your dealer lor it, or H* send be. in stamps to pay cost of wrap ping and postage cn a copy. Eo sure and ask for Virginia-* arolma Fertili zers, and accept no substitute. Virglnla-Carollnc, Chemical Cos., Richmond. Va. Atlanta, Oa. Norfolk, Va. Savannah, Ga. Durham, N. C. Montgomery, Ala. Charleston, 8. 0. Memphis, lean. Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, La. lucreaseYoaf Yields Per Acre UNSEEN IN A si^W There nre unseen things about this Saw. Yon cannot s<k? the fine texture of the Steel; takes a sharp, cutting edge and bolds it longer than any other Saw. You cannot see the toughness bends without a break or a kick. SILVER STEEL, the finest crucible steel in the world, is made on the Atkins formula, tempered and hardened by (he Atkins | process, and used only in Atkina Saws, lou cannot tee the perfectly graduated taper of the blade; runs easily, without buckling. But you can see the Atkins trade-mark and it is your protection when you buy a Saw. We are saw-makers and or.r trade-mark on a Saw means that it is our own make and that wc are justly proud of it. We make all types and sizes of Saws for all purposes. Atkins Saws, Corn Knives, Perfection Floor Scrapers, etc., are sold by all good hardware dealers. Catalogue on request. E. C. ATKINS CSL CO., Inc. Largest Saw Manufacturers in the World. Factory and Executive Offices, Indianapolis, Indiana- BRANCHES; Now York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Portland. (Oregon;, Seattle, San Francisco, Memphis, Atlanta and Toronto, (Canada). I Accept no Substitute —Insist on the Atkins Brand I fHooTBY GOOD DEALERS EVERWHtHE 3 WHO WRITING TO ABVERTISEHI please state that yon saw the Advertise assent 1c this paper. I^GuSs^SS Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good- Use |Jf In time. Sold by druggists. |Kf tHirsra a A. N.K.-F 2107