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And Fom Healh In Lydia
L PVhkhasm's Vegetable
Windoi, Kans-"I had a dispee
meat which caused bladder trouble sand
I was so miserable
I didn't know what
to do. I snfired
from bearing down
pains, my eyes hurt
me, I was nervous,
dizy and Irregular
and had female
weakness. I spent
money an doctors
but got worse all
"A friend told me
about the PInkham remedies and I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and was cured. I cannot praise
your remedies enough for I know I never
would have been well if I had not taken u
It."-Miss MARY A. HORNER, Route t
No. 2, Box 41, Windom, Kansas. b
Consider Well This Advie r
No woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un- e
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's p
Vegetable Compound a fair trial. L
This famous remedy, themedieinst In
gradients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valua
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia B. Plnkhm'st Ve(geta
i orwart sps a a e s rise to
Lydia . Plak an. edlise C.. (s i A
dtlal) Lyn, Yass. Tear letter will
e ad read and answered by a
Sa and held Is strict osm see.'
I*irsd eutoumy w oesh b .s "e themabblie
lseemlto M resyer. hies thacat" realie d sS a
hlas esee. Nseret ftom eartblas *lit oee
eel. n.TrOX hae erem tilt Hay EPver see
ea eS doees rers, met ees.o the t of tI o I
Ip heame t Haro ye t s any ges -bye to Hay
Peter erever. Write for fell partleure astners
mamex o.. 11 Iat sit, ash s he trsI
Laws of Physics.
Caustle Calkina dropped his watch
oen the sidewalk. "Did it stop?" ina
quired Solicitous Jones. "As the lar
igag is fouar nches thick" replied
Calkla, "it did. But I think, i I get
a heavier watch It may go through
The reason the shoe clerk never
asks a woman what also shoe she wears
Is because It is eaier for him to
measure her foot than to argue with
IN MISERY WITH ECZEMA
Prhakltatos, La.--About oear yesrs
are my eoo broke out in little red
g ipk At rst the seaman did not
better, but aily the pimples began
-tihig and burning and then there
-m Nttle raised plew. I miered
etld misery. I seratebed them u
ti they bled sad I aould not sleep at
-lgh I was ashamed of my ee
and I euld not bear.to toah It.
I tried different remeadls witheat
est auntil I tried Cuteura Seap aad
OItiasnt and n six weeks they Om
lel ere my fae. TIha was
ie meaths aego, and no s has ap
red since." (ignmed) Mrs. Lola
htumsett, DN. 14, 1u11.
Culeurn s ap ant o intment rd
geuhout th e worM. aie ahn
inswitih kin U eook. Mdursspoest
wus*ttsma. Dept. e Daestsm."-&dv.
rest C .mlket e.
'Pgreei pest is a peat thing."
-rem," asserted the poser. ea
San stick a stamp e a an at a le
a send It right out to a tEmer."
This is a presriptim prpred a
* eelafly hor Malerea s Chills am
tecr. Ive ar isee wiI bra k
a e, sar n I taken them as a tni
as ver wi no at raters. 1ie.-AdY.
"Thb vuture would do nisely tsr s
aIlgleas mea's pet, wOldn't It?"
Decasenue I is a bir ot prey."
Ide a hebby it ye will, but rum.
her yen se not * aly okery I the
em sd"es ei esuss ees semmem
A ric ma's philanthropy umally
ays the lae at his poor reiatlems.
INCREASED DEMAND FOR HARNESS HORSES
Prize Winning Team at the Albany County Fair.
(By J. M. BELT.) tl
In spite of the marked increase in ii
use of automobiles all over the coun- ti
try, it is a well-known fact among v
horse dealers that the right kind of tl
harness hors Is scarce and high. The n
real lovers of horse flesh still evince' s
a lively sentiment regarding their
equine friend, and this sentiment ex
ploits itself in a practical way by good t:
prices for the first class light har
ness horse, or roadster. r
Style, speed, conformation and dis- p
position are the firm cardinal requis
Ites of a high-class light, harness
horse, every quality above mentioned t
is a necessary one and in order as
mentioned. Without these four ac
complishments an animal of the road- t
sted class cannot command the top
notch price on the market, so it is
greatly to the advantage of the farm
er, who at the same time is a breed
er, to remember these requisites. It
may be safely said that without style
the light harness horse does not elicit
adnfiration, that without speed he
cannot "keep pace with the times"
that without beauty of appearance or
conformation he will not set off hand
some trappings and equipage-and
lastly that lacking a docile disposi
tion he is practically useless for the
purpose for which he is meant.
No animal used by man needs to
be so carefully handled and trained
as the roadster, for oftentimes he is
driven by women and children there
fore upon his docilit- depends the I
safety of their lives.
In these days of horse terrflers
such as motor-cars, bicycles, traction
engines and the like, a horse must be
thoroughly broken to be sold as safe.
or "lady broke." He must be fearless 1
as far as all ordinary objects are con
cerned, yet he must be imbued with
the proper amount of spirit when o0
casion demands. i
As it is a conceded fact among
horsemen that the American trotter
is the fastest light harness horseaI
the world, It is natural to suppos
ARE THE LAYERS
Anything in Poultry Line Finds
Market, but High Prices
Paid for Choice Goods.
(By M K. DBOER)
uach year the poulterer better un
derstands the care of poultry, knows
their wants and has discovered how to
keep them comfortable. The comfort,
able hens are the ones that do the
About thirty years ago when poultry
farming was young, as a business, a
ery arose that it would not be long
before there would be such a surplus
of stoek that prices would go tumbling,
but notwithstanding that there are
ten successful plants today to every
oqe thirty years ago and the demand
not half reached!
With the increse of suapply cams
the ncrease of demand and today we
are no nearer meeting the demand
than we ever were.
However, there Is a ehage In the
Smarket which mast not be lost sight
ot. Almost anything ta the poultry
Ine sells, but the cholest prices are
alone given to the "faner goods."
The word "tancy" Implies more
than appearance. It mesas aimo qual
it. Poultry and eg bauyers are be
r l particular, bt they are willig
to pay or their goods If they want
the breow eggs they will not take
white, and If they prefer the white
the brown ones ofer no temptation.
the market today demAd hles
Splump, fresh gbok. Have yp got it?
If s, the market i waitig fr you.
We have tody .eto a number of
Sbreeds a nd l, to a eartaln etat, are
e prateel But they wll not any ne
of them, all the purpeo , thereor
Stt is neessary for tan to seet o
such breeds as will bet rve hIs
Of the atire fst of brees ome
will meet the demands et Amerias
so satisfActorily as do the Amern
varieties and In thin clans *he meet
popular are the Wyndotte, the 1Ptr
osth Re ts, ith the Rhode Island
Reds elosely foowtan. Also ear
Amersiaa snas of Lagh Drahmams
and Iaghu s
The Brabmasu behoug to the Aeste
elem aabred, but the Idght BraLm
as bed by our pasle is as m rat
aom tat bre la H ,gand tht om
womral hlry upse tem to be a
tos ame sem . Tais ia im true o
a* LW*.,r, which betlms to as
Rye a Peer *ies.
Rae t the p moer et o r p ryasu .
Olwn at acdb, wh ca u s bal e b f
a tiwsr a tYDs o lmen ahe~
woas eite-o s
a.~S Janedd Ji Xla p s Manf~
that the farmer who wants to raise
light harness horses will choose a
trotting bred sire, and a dam in whose
veins flows a generous infusion of
their trotting or thoroughbred (run
ning blood). This line of breeding '
should bring desired results in the
way of colts which will later on de
velop into road horses of a high I
There are some families of trotters
remarkable for their beauty of ap- t
pearance and symmetry of form indi
viduals making stylish single driv
ers, while many handsome carriage
teams are of the standard trotting
blood. Then again there are families
of thoroughbreds that combine beau
ty with speed, and also show consid
erable speed at the trot.
The writer well remembers a race
horse, strictly thoroughbred, who in
doing his work, under the saddle
would trot a mile in 3:05 and he was
a good race horse at that. The late
Senator Leland Stanford of California -
raised many great trotters (as all
horsemen know) by breeding his
great stallion Electioneer to mares
that are practically thoroughbred. So
it goes, running and trotting blood
makes a trotter, and a trotter must
necessarily be a good roadster even
if he is never put into regular train
We will suppose that a farmer has
a pair of light harness horses that he
has raised, breeding, style, conforms
tion, education and speed are up to
the standard. This pair will perform
well in single and double harness,
now if the breeder wants to sell
from $600 to $800, may be a little
more, could be asked and re
The writer feels assured that the
above figures are not extravagant in
the least, as the demand for a high
type of light harness horse. is very
good, but horses of this class must
come up to the requirements of the
Good Supply of Decomposabli
Organic Matter Helps Bacter
ial Action of Plant
Many people make the fatal mis8
take of expecting alfalfa to do well
I on soils that are not it properly to
I produce any kind of crop, says Bul
lettn 36 of the Purdue university (In
I diana) station. There is just as much
need of care in selecting and preparing
soils for alfalfa as for any other crop
and probably more, because of its
Sdeep rooting habits and large plant
I food requirements.
Deep, loamy soils with open sub.
I solsare undoubtsdly best for alfalfa,
but there is plenty of evidence to
I show that it may be successfully pro
duoed on almost any type of soll,
I from light sandy or gravelly loans
and peats or mucks to heavy clays,
I provided that it is well drained,
sweet, and properly supplied with
organic matter and available plant
t food. Is 348 trials conducted by the
SPurdue station in recent years in co
I operation with farmers throughout
Indiana, 68 out of 83 clays, 167 out
Sof 188 Ioms, and a6 out of 77 sandy
soils gave satisfactory results.
SMany soils that at present are not
Sfit for alfalfa culture may be made
t so by providing drainage facilities,
e correcting acidity, adding organic
s matter, or supplying needed plant
Sfood. according to the requlrements.
Good drainage Is essential in order
I that the roots may go deep Into the
sol. Hardpa maust be broken up or
Savoided altogether. Soils that are
s sour may be made sweet by thorough
Sdrainage ad the application of lime.
, A good supply of decompaosable or
F ganse matter in the soil helps the
Sbacterial action in makrlg plant
fed arvallable, tacilitates the tioc
s ating process, and togethr with a
Sglood drainagae prevents heaving in
a the lagtlag U soils that are ot of
; sadition ain this respect, a good ray
to supply organi matter If sfeleant
I manure Is not available is to raise
r and plow under a crop of cowpeas
Sor smee pra manrag crop before
attempting to prew saths.
SP1et ad dmck sos may be uei
Srw alfa1 I they are wol drined
a sad proper suppied with miural
a plant edl. Potash Is early atways
I lashing to these seels ad cite phes
I peere sea and a st aase he
a sepged. l that amre sUhst to
oeodlg are gone4r lr alfalfA
I. A P bSl ay elayed petit.
a or ser wotslIe sad CMt awr ea
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and Foot P1
Balsam of Myrrh
For Galls, Wire t
cutb, L amens., lp
Strains, Bunches, do
Thrusl, Old Sor ss
Nail Woumds, Foot Rot Wt
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc Etc.
Made Since 1846. "a l A ",d t
Presk 25c, 50 and $1.00 W
SYRACUSE.N. Y. Ir
Vanishes Forever :
Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure ti
CARTER'S LILTlE d'
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta- S
ble - act surely CARTERS
but gently on ITTLE A
Stop after ILLE
dinner dis- ILLE
improve the complexion, brighten the eye.
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- M.CAI'S DETECTIVEll ACICY
- H~.. Ten. epmee se iw Mam d.
Hasl Made Hi. Own Way.
t William C. Redfeld, the new seer
tary of commerce, began making his
.way in the world atfiteen. ALt that
Sage he was employed as a clerk in the
SPittsfield (Mass.) post omee at three
Sdollars a week. His next step was as
Ssalesman for a paper compiany. From
SPttsfeld he went to New York, secur
tng a similar place with a paper
, house. Some timo later he became sn
h accountant for a tool manufacturing
t company, rose to the presiLdency of tL
ea concern, and after thirty years asu
. manutacturer resigned, harina been
t elected to congress.
SArneld a Lteniet rExamnler.
When Mattew Arnold was a school
Sexaminer a fellow Inslpector of a class
aof girl pupil-teachers asked Araold to
, examine for him. Arnld ave each
Sof the young women the "exellent"
t mark. "But," Msaid the other linspeet
Sor, "surely they are not all as ood
r as they can be; some meut be better
a than others." "Perhaps that Is eo," re
r plied Arnold; "but then, yeo see, they
are all such very nie girls."
gNatre's reatest rtive n or tdi
it getion, rheumatism. loaness, e.
sma, nervous deblty. etc. At all drg
Iists or address VITAL RIE DIUB
SCO, Boston, Tex.-Adv.
I How It Reafy Happenedmm
it Oanee a mn groua gratai betwee
- two fat stones to proeere msaL
S Christiln Scence Mlnitor.
S Never! Woman did It, while ried
man sat armoad and 'td the boys
I about the big o that e away.
d IDtrett New-Tribune.
s- or enous ..r..m es il I esw
P ee e Mees u we
"'life Is a Ime d at h t se p."
S I agree with reu. Ad s thte
as what beeps a Iest mer imle
-i aeh I Is -n s ie e nmey
o M Memo o
7- I. S
PRIZE SERMON WAS DONE FOR PI
Presence of Policeman Took the At- KI
tentlon of the Congregation From
the Words of the Pastor.
On a recent Sunday the pastor of a
New York church preached a sermon so
which he bad hoped would be partic- da
ularly effective. Shortly after launching "s
upon his theme he found that the au
dience, while not creating any real be
disturbance, was by no means atten- oa
tive. All of his hearers kept turning w(
their heads every little while and re
glancing furtively toward the rear of
the church. Finally the pastor cast a th
penetrating glance of his own into wa
that vague region. He discerned a
policeman sitting in a pew near the ki
door. "I knew then," he said, when h!
speaking of the incident afterward,
"that the prize sermon was done for.
so far as its hold on my congregation in
was concerned. The policeman had
their attention until the end of the hi
service. It is a curious fact that no
where does a policeman create such a hi
sensation as in a church. lie may go tb
into a theater, a lecture room or a po- to
litical meeting and nobody except the tt
obstreperously inclined pays any at
tention to him; but just let him step
inside a church, and he causes a real C
commotion. I don't know why. Cer
tainly nobody expects to be arrested
during the service."
STARTED WITH WRONG IDEA
Author Realizes That He Missed Much
of Life by Failure to Be His
David Grayson, writing a new Ad
venture in Contentment in the Ameri
can Magazine, says:
"It's a great thing to wear shabby s
clothes and an old hat! Some of the
best things I have ever known, like
those experiences of the streets, have
resulted from coming up to life from
underneath; of being taken for less
than I am, rather than for more than C
"I did not always believe in this doe
trine. For many years-the years be
fore I was rightly born into this allur- a
ing world-I tried quite the opposite 2
course. I was constantly attempting to
come down to life from above. Instead
of being content to carry through life
a sufficiently wonderful being named
David Grayson. I tried desperately to b
set up and support a sort of dummy
creature which so clad, so housed, so
fed, should appear to be what I thought
David Grayson ought to appear in the
eyes of the world. Oh I spent quite a
lifetime trying to satisfy other peo
A case of "nerves" is like a bad
habit, easily acquired and hard to
get rid of. Nervousness affects the
digestion, dulls the eyes, giving a
strained look to the muscles of the
face, and if allowed its course, will
even make the hair thin. So the wom
an who wants to be beautiful must
keep an eye on the state of her
The best cure for nervousness is
rest. Rest is an art known to few
The only way a woman may re
pose and relax the body and nerves
is by actual will power.
Carrots are prescribed by physl
cians and beauty doctors alike as a
cure for nervous indigestion. You are
told to eat them three times a day,
either cooked or raw.
Young onions or scallions are ex
Scellent eaten with plenty of salt; also
. lettuce with salt and plenty of olive
oil, -but no vinegar and red pepper.
Sleeplessness is the greatest men
ace that tired or overwrought nerves
Shave for beauty and health.
Sleep may be induced by warm
milk, sipped slowly, if this i is n
Seffective, by long draughts of cool
Swater and a cold bandase around the
it yea really want to get ri oi
eomstipatiomn, bad stomach, stufed up
bowels and all ailments ualag trom
a disordered liver, et a bao o lise
itui sat~sla HOT SPRN08 IVER
n Thy never fil; takei them a i
reeted for week and mote the feel
ig of happlaem that omes roe
ability to eat well, sleep well, work
Notie the sla clear u the
blottheS g, the ee Prw bripgter
and the appetite retumr.
Don't take Caleml--ell ye need is
HOT PRINGS IJVEU R BUTTON
Sand all drugiists herecets sell
Sthem for S eeats a bo. Freem an
mr ple from Hot 8pripgs Chemical C.,
uHot Spins, Ark.
Heat lightnig is aerbed to distat
ghtang Sashes wtich are below the
horison, but illnmt,, tbhe highr
stsrata ot clds, so that their brishte
ness is visible at great distlames; they
Sprodnwe areo sod probably i eae
qg- u e of thef et of their beIg o far
of that the rollin of thander cannot
reasch the ear of the observer.
Not Pit For Ladles
Publie mntiment shoald be gaiast it,
ad we believe it is; there m be no ra
ea l kdis shorld have to safer with
- ,py oa f q. S-O ~
to isy. Its. ell djhsis
H _'s ightoig 08 O 'il Zed bet.
e rmey, the nease a l ma
hs ior begm peer, Is warms thm
* bar b nemw.
ele Mseus aPies Ue-Mv .meleep
SliMs mw bu be a e s
wkam s b .llm a imm.
PITY ALL FOR HIS FRIENDT
Kind Man's Own Trouble Lost in Con
templation of Woe in Store for
Lady Constance Stewart Richard
son, who has come to America to
dance because she is, as she puts it.
"stony broke," said the other day:
"Some of my happiest hours have
been passed in America. The Ameri
oans are the kindest people in the
world. When I think of them, I am
reminded of George Grave.
"Everybody has heard stories of
the meanest man-well. George Grave
was known as the kindest man.
"One of the stories about George's
kindness tells how a friend asked
"Hlow is Hliggs doing?'
" 'lad.' George replied. 'Very bad.
indeed. Poor old Biggs!'
"'Why, what's' the trouble with
"'Why, you see.' said George. 'I've
had my salary reduced on account of
the hard times. and so I'll only be able
to lend Iiggs half as much as usual
this year for his vacation' "
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Altogether Too Successful.
Quizzer-"What's the matter, old
man? You look worried." Sizzer
"I have cause to. I hired a man to
trace my pedigree." Quizzer-"Well,
what's the trouble? Hasn't he been
successful?" Sizzer--"Successful! I
should say he has! I'm paying him
Grove Hill, Ala.: Hunt's Lightning
i Oil cured my wife of a severe case of
Rheumatism and my friend of tooth
ache. I surely believe it is good for
all you claim for it.-A. R. Stringer.
e 25 and 50c bottles. All dealers.-Adv.
Bringing It to a Head.
e Briggs-Now you are splitting hairs.
a Griggs-No, I am merely stating
D bald facts.-Boston Transcript.
o No, Cordelia, not all tailors are sub
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