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MISERY TO HER Says this Woman Until Re- Band by Lydia E, Pmkham’s Vogetnblo Compound. Cimlltcw, Ky.-"I coffered ahnoet I with female weakneaa. I rnmnilll could not walk any ■Hilll Idlatanee, rida or HUll take any exerdae at gnSßlen without rooting. I awopt the floor HUgHor did any kind of fl 9 waa weak and lang tad no energy Sssijaftfßsj&ss After.takiy~twoi™ botdca I found wS£? I tawawr bad any mote trouble In that reapeet ainee. I hare dene aB Made of work and at jreeant aaa an attendant at a citato Hoapftal sgja&itßsi miiiamarlit ” “ TtUV, St 8. SthSt, Carrollton, By. Jf Lydia E. Pinkham Modldne Co., Lynn. Ifaae, for helpful adrka given free of charge $5.00 Cash and a I New Pair of Shoes I wffl be given to the wearer who H finds PAPER in the heels, ■ counters, insoles or outsoles of Wm any shoes made by us, bearing yg this trade-mark. l I to StmUWoothor‘\ ■ See your neighborhood dealer I and insist on the Friedman- w Sbelby “All-Leather” Trade- M Mark. More wear to each pair Hj means real shoe economy. H new I A Wat Hump. Recently at one of the towns on the Canadian border a goat severely but ted a hunchback, and a sharp-eyed customs official perceived that, suc ceeding the assault, the man’s bump was out of place. Upon further ex amination it was found that the man was perfectly formed, though diminu tive, and that hla "hump,” when de tached, was a two-quart receptacle filled with whisky.—Brooklyn Eagle. The pain of a lost love Is what many a woman has paid for-a home. Over fifty years ago a young physician practiced widely in a rural district and became famous for his uniform success in the curing of disease, This was Dr. Pierce, who afterwards estab lished himself in Buffalo, N. Y., and placed one of his prescriptions, which he called "Golden Medical Discovery,” in the drug stores of the United States so that the pub lic could easily obtain this very remarkable tonic, corrective and Mood-maker. Dr. Pierce manu factured this "Discovery” from roots and barks—a corrective remedy, the ingredients of which nature had put in the fields and forests, for keeping Ma healthy. Few folks or families how living have not at sometime or other used this "Golden Medical Discovery” for'the stomach, liver and heart: Over twenty-four million bottles of this tonic and Mood remedy have been sold in this country. ABad Cdugh PI SO S ERADICATE CROP OF QUACK GRASS Courage, Determination and At tention to Detail Make the Outcome Certain. RorintN fob met areas LanO Should Bo Blomd In Fall and Doublo-Dlakod at 9 nee, Lengthwise of Furrowo—Somo Hand Work May Bo Nocoaaary. Quack grass can bo klllod oat com pletely without losing a crop, says A. a A ray, assistant agriculturist at the Minnesota College of Agriculture. To secure such a result, however, the crops grown must be such as to admit of a thorough clean-up of the Helds every two or three yean. Courage to do the work, a determination to win, and attention to detail make the out come certain. Far the Small Spot. For spots not more than three or four rods square, three plans may be followed: 1- Cut the quack graaa as done to the ground as practicable, cover the spots and the ground two or three feet beyond them In all directions, with tar paper, lapping the paper about four Inches and weighting It down with stones or soil. Leave the paper on eight or ten weeks. This method Is most effective when started from May 1 to August L 2. Keep the spots thoroughly culti vated or hoed up to the latter part of May, and then plant corn or late cab bage. Keep these plats clean of quack grass. S. Apply sodium arsenate, eight pounds dissolved In 20 gallons of wa ter, to each square rod of Infested soil. This will kill the quack grass and all other plants. This treatment leaves the soil sterile for some time after ward. Bodlurn arsenate Is a deadly poison and the greatest care should be observed In Its use. For the Larger Area. For larger areas a rotation must be used that gives chance for an exceed ingly thorough clean-up often enough to keep the quack grass from recover ing. A four-year rotation of grain, clover, corn and corn meets this demand. In following such a rotation, the area should be plowed as early as possible In the fall, five or six Inches deep, and should be double-disked at once. Disking Corn Btubbls to Kill Out Quack Grass. lengthwise the farrows. If the quack grass shows growth ofterward the dlsklngs should be continued through the'fall. In the spring, dlsklngs or cul tivation should be continued often enough to keep the quack grass from showing green above the ground until corn-planting time. Usually the re plowing of the fleld just before the planting of the corn should be resort ed to. Corn should be checked and cultivated often enough to keep It clean. Hand work may be necessary to get all the quack grass out of the hills. As soon as the corn crop is off In the fall, the land should be plowed and manured. In the spring again disking should be resorted to and should be kept up as during the previ ous year. In the third year grain and clover should be sown. In the fourth year the clover crop should be cut in tbe latter part of June, then the ground should be plowed Immediately, three or four inches deep, and double-disked at once and often enough to keep the quack grass out until August 15. The ground should then be replowed five or six Inches deep and the disking con tinued through the fall. Corn should be planted the next year again. A 40-acre field divided into four equal parts, two of which are In corn, one In grain and the other in clover, can be handled in this way by one man with one team. Quack grass cannot stand up against this kind of treatment CUTTING ALFALFA CROP ONCE Aftermath Furnish Pasture for Live Stock at Tima Whan It la Usually Need a*. When the alfalfa crop la cat bnt once, that cuttint la heat made when most of the aeed Is la the hard dough stage. Hay cat at this stage of ma turity has practically the same feeding raise as that cut earlier, according to analyses made at the lowa experiment station. After the one cutting Is se 'mred. the aftermath famishes pas ture at a time whan It Is anally most THX CHKYSNNK RECORD. GOOD PLAN TO PICK SEED CORN IN FALL Select Ears From Plants Which Have Done WelL Sam* Characteristics for Farmer to Kosp In Mind When Making Se lection of Best Soed for Next Year's Crop. The best way to select seed corn Is from the standing stalks. Why? Be cause we can choose ears from plants which hare produced well In competi tion with neighboring plants. After the com Is cut we cannot Jell bow it grew. This Is the reason whj some of the best seed com growers go through their fields as soon as the ears are ripe and hard and before heavy frosts or autumn rains Injure tho corn to pick out their seed for next year. Selecting Bnd Com Undor Field Conditions. Some men mark the selected stalks, hut do not cat them until after the field Is cut. Others busk the selected ears before cutting and bang them up at once In a place where they will dry quickly. The characteristics to keep In mind In selecting corn In the field are: A sturdy, upright stalk of medium height and thickness, with short joints, and broad leaves carried well down, which stands In an average hill on average soil; an ear well matured and low set, of fair size, with straight rows and fairly well-covered tip, with deep uniform grains, having a medium sized cob, a rather small butt, and a busk protecting the tip ; the ear hang ing over so as to shed the rain. Al though some strains of corn have been developed that tend to produce two ears to the stalk, one good ear Is all we should expect where the stand Is thick enough. It Is much better to ob tain one good ear than two nubbins. Anyone who takes an Interest and pride In bis corn will find profit and satisfaction In field selection, especial ly If -It Is followed up for several years. ACID PHOSPHATE BIG FACTOR Large Increase In Corn, Wheat and Clover Hay Obtained at Ohio Experiment Station. The Ohio station In testing manure and fertilizers has secured an average yield of corn of 67 bushels per acre for 21 years, or an Increase of 85 bush els over the yield where no manure or fertilizer has been used. The corn crop was grown In a rotation of corn, wheat and clover. The manure ap plied In this case had been re-enforced In the stables at the rate of 40 pounds of acid phosphate per ton of manure. Eight tons were applied to the clover sod In the winter before It was plowed down for corn. The experiments show that manure loses much of Its fertilizing proper ties when allowed to* be leached by rains, and also that manure needs re enforcement with phosphorus to be most effective. From this applica tion of manure and add phosphate there has also been an average In crease of bushels of wheat and 2,500 pounds of clover hay over the untreated plots In the rotation, the wheat and clover following the corn without any further manuring or fer tilizing. TO HANDLE STUBBLE FIELDS If Cultivated Crops Are to Fellow Good Plan la to List Land Soon aa Possible. One of the best ways to handle stubble fields on dry lands Is to disk the stubble as soon as possible after the crop Is removed, according to Professor Keser, Colorado agricultural college. If the land is to be pot back Into fall wheat, plowing should be done Immediately. The earlier the plowing Is done, the better the chances of get ting a crop. This Is due to the fact that nature requires some time to properly settle and compact the seed bed. If the stubble land la to be put In to cultivated crops the following year, a good method to follow and a cheap one Is to use the llMer Just as soon as the grain la off If possible. This Is one of the cheapest methods of control ling weeds and putting the land In shape to catch moisture. It also Is • vary good way to control blowing. DYE_RIGHT Buy only “Diamond Dyes" Each package of "Diamond Dye* contains directions so simple that any woman can dlamond-dje worn, ahabby skirts, waists, dresses, coats, gloves, stockings sweaters, draperies every thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, new, rich fadeless col ors. Have drngglst show yon "Dia mond Dyes Color Card.” —Adv. No Favoritism Allowed. "How much are the life guards psld at this bathing resort?" “From <4O to <OO a week, I under stand." "A soft Job, eh?" "Not especially. They have to show is much alscrtty In saving a fat man or elderly spinster as they would a beauty In distress." CASCARETS “They Work while you Stoop'* Do you feel all "unstrung?"—bilious, constipated, headachy, full of cold? Cases rets tonigbt for your liver and bowels will bave you tuned up by tomorrow. You will wake up with your bead clear, stomach right, breath sweet, and skin rosy. No grip ing—no Inconvenience. Children love Cascarets too. 10, 25, 50 cents.—Adv. Adaptability. “Of course, you are In favor of votes for women.” "Of course,” answered Senator Sor ghum. "A man who hopes to hold his own In politics must do his best to be In favor of anything that anybody wants.” —Washington Star. Catarrh Can Be Cored Catarrh la a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional condition*. It therefor* require* constitutional treat ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINB destroy* the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general health and assists nature In doing Its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo. Ohio. Misleading. “Ton call her a fair sample of the beauty of the place?’* “We so consider her.“ “How can she be a fair sample when she*s a brunette?** BOCHEE’S SYRUP A Harmlaaa Soothing, Hauling Ramady for Coughs and Colds. Hero U a remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis, tbroat Irritation, and espe cially for lung troubles, that baa been .old all over the civilised world la many thouaanda of households for tbs last fifty-four years. Its merits have stood this test of time and use, and surely no test could be more potent or convincing. It gives the patient wltb weak and Inflamed lnngs a good night’s rest, free from coughing, wltb easy expectoration In the morning. Try one bottle, accept no substitute. For sale by all druggists and dealers m madldne everywhere.—Adv. Doused, at It Were. No mnn can carry water on both shoulders and make much headway. He gets cold water thrown on him from all angles and acquires the ap pearance of a drowned rat. ■'Rape’s Dlipipsli” Corrects StoMck "Pape’s Dlapepsin" is the quickest, sur est relief for Indigestion. Oases. Flatu lence. Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few tablets give almost immediate stomach relief and shortly the stomach is corrected so you can eat favorite foods without fear. Large case costa only GO t ents at drug store. Absolutely harmless and pleasant. Millions helped annually. Best stomach corrective known—Adv. Best Weather Sign. Those who live by the coast do not want a better weather sign than the gulls, which In the various winds that will bring the rain collect In big flocks over the land, wheeling and scream ing uneasily. They will not come In on a false alarm, and none need fear they will make a mistake. Important to Mothftra Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infanta and children, and see that It Slgnatura In Cm for Over <0 Yean. Children Cry for Fletcher’* Centoria Modeet Apprehension. "That audience cheered you for at least half an hour." “Yea,” replied Senator Sorghum; “I began to suspect that the folks would rather listen to-their own demonstra tions than to bear me apeak.” Wlm men are like eponges; they seek to absorb all they can. LIKELY TO REMAIN MYSTERY Little Probability of Identification of Skeleton* Recently Dug Up on Texas Prairie. Farther search of the spot near Bishop, Tex., where were found 25 skeletons of human beings early In August revealed 15 more skeletons, making a total of 40 remains of men who were victims of some kind of tragedy of which people of the pres ent day have no knowledge. No proof has come to light to substantiate the theory that the skeletons belonged to members of Jean Lafitte’s pirate crew. That they belonged to some part of the old world, however, is evident from the rust-lncrusted relics that have been found close by the spot where the collection of skeletons were discovered. These Include a brass incense burner, gold rings and brace lets and an unidentified iron object bearing the words, Cadiz, Spain, upon Its surface. The fact that close at band were found many Indian arrowheads leads to the conclusion that the men who lost their lives may have be longed to a crew of a shipwrecked ves sels and were killed by Indians. J. B. Briscoe of Pecos, the opinion that the skeletons may be those of a party of men who were on their way to Mexico in 1805 to keep from serving In the war be tween the states. In a letter to a public official of Corpus Christ!, Mr. Briscoe said: “About the first of April, 1865, a bunch of men—3B, I think —left the west part of Hunt county to go to Mexico to keep out of the war, and not one of them has ever been heard of since they left lam quite dure they were all murdered before they got to Mexico. They started from my wlfe*s father's house, and she is the last person living that saw them start I was In the army at the time and did not get home until the last of May. Now, it is barely possible that those skeletons may have been those men. Several of them were married men and some of the women lived widows 15 years before they married. An old settler about Greenville or the southwest part of Hunt county will remember these men, but there are very few living that were there then.** The skeletons were given a Chris tian burial at Corpus Christ! a few days ago. Search for possible treas ure at the place where the grim re mains were found is still being car* ried on. Proud of City of Their Birth. The residents of the little town of Amalfi, Italy, consider themselves far superior to the residents of the adja cent city of Naples, even though Na ples has a population of 000,000 and the population of Amalfi Is less than 0,000. This Is because Amalfi was once nearly as powerful on sea as England Is today. History shows that Amalfi In the ninth century was one of the chief cities of the world which was carrying on trade with the East, and that In the year 848 Its fleet went to the assistance of the pope against the Saracens. The Amalfi recall the glorious past and, proud of their city and its tra ditions, classify themselves as much better than other Italians, writes Kenneth L. Roberts. The residents of Bologna also boast of the mighty events In which the city figured in the dark ages, and the same is true of Florence, Venice, Genoa and Pisa. It hurts an Italian to be lumped in with other Italians. He wants his direct classification linked with the town or city from which he comes, and is dissatisfied because the United States immigration bureau divides all Ital ians as coming either from northern of southern Italy. Oil Field in the Arctic. In view of the present widespread interest in the development of the known oil-bearing areas of the world. It should not be forgotten ti.at a to tally new and, until the last few years, quite unsuspected source of this fuel may be proved during the present summer in the arctic. The existence of oil-bearing shales in Spitsbergen has been known for some years. It Is not generally known, however, that a discovery of much greater portent than the existence of shale was made there last year. Samples of gas which bubbled to the surface of muddy pools have, on analysis, proved to contain an exceedingly high percentage of pe troleum elements. Arrangements have been made by the owners of the ter ritory thoroughly to prospect this re gion at once. That Dodge Didn't Work. His wife was one too many for Mr. Hobbs, but nevertheless, he persevered in his efforts to get an occasional night at the club. “My dear,** he remarked the other day, “I have only Just realized how Imperfect I am In my knowledge. His wife agreed. “No man,” continued Mr. Hobbs, “ought to assume that his education is finished. As for myself, lam going to forge ahead and take up the study of astronomy.** The look In his wife’s eyes became more eagle-llke than ever. Her voice assumed a cold, hard tone. Her back stiffened. “Benjamin,** she announced, “you must try again. That excuse for stay ing out late at night won’t do!** The Nlde Knew. “There’s no use talking, th# chil dren pick up the language very quickly.** “What*s the matter nowT* “My eight-year-old son told me the ether day that I was hard-boiled." Weak and Miserable? Does the lent exertion tire jen e»t? Feel "blue” end worried end here daily beckecbe, lameness, headache, dizziness, ein kidney irregularities? Sick kidneys ere often to bleme for this unhappy state. Tou must act quickly to prevent more serious trouble. Use Does’i Kid ney Pill*, the remedy recommended everywhere by grateful users, ill your neighbor! A Wyoming Cm* Ev«m* nt Bt.’. Chsy enne, Wyo., saya: '* Bome d^DomS Kidney PUls end HHHy/r t from the benefit they ere a well worthy remedy. My kidneys were weak end slue- PPlIi -srlsh end my bac& was sore end lame. I used Kidney ; PIQe and they relieved the peine In my back quickly.** Oat Dsart at As* Usse. dde a B« DOAN 8 V/LeVI nitbuuum co. aumuA a r. todeath Whan the body bagba to otiflaaa is usually an indiction that tho! i kinaya on out of order* Zoo* tbaoo orpra boohhy by taking COLD MEDAL TtemlAaMSHd no»«y farMdaiy. j Iw, M>Mo aed uric add traoMia. 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