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DOCTORS FALL IN LINE.
Practicing Physicians recognize the unfailing reliability of Doan's Kidney Pills
oy rrescriDing them tor Backache, Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Disorders
a tribute won by no other Proprietary Medicine. Four cases cited from "Notes
of His Practice," by Dr. Leland Williamson, of Yorktown, Ark.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Yorktown, Ark., Mar. x, 1904.
Uentianen: 1 have been engaged in the practice of medicine in this
section for ten years. This is a very sickly climate, on the Bayou Bar
tholomew, near the Arkansas River. It is particularly malarious arid
miasmatic ; we meet with many and various abnormal conditions of the
human family, prominent among the cases in which I have been called
upon to prescribe is kidney disease. Many of these disorders manifest
themselves by pains in the back, often extending to other parts of the
body; sometimes headache is present, caused by uraemic or chronic uric
acid poisoning, soreness in region of kidneys, cloudy, thickened and foul
smelling urine, discharges of pus or corruption; inflammation of the
kidneys, extending to the bladder, is caused by excess of uric acid and
decomposition of urine. Hemorrhage is sometimes met with, caused
Dy high state of inflammation or congestion.
There is no class of diseases a doctor is called oftener to treat than
the variety of kidney diseases, in many of which the patient will have
cnuis or rigors, tonowecl by fever, a result of the kidneys failing to elim
inate the uric acid poison' from the system. Such cases require the
kidneys restored to their natural functions, then the poison and foreign
substances are removed shock to the nervous system averted, and nat
ural health restored.
I have, for some time, been using Doan's Kidney Pills in these
many manifestations and with uniform success, curing most cases. I
can further say that even in hopeless cases where they have waited too
long, Doan's Kidney Pills afford much relief and prolong life. I can
recommend the pills in conditions of excessive or deficient secretion of
urine, as also in convalescence from swamp-fever and malarial attacks.
as verified by the following cases in my practice
GREAT SOCIAL PROBLEM.
Thos. Orkll, Bear, Ark., age 60. Pain
In back for several week, then chills,
irregular (011161111168, severe rigors, fol
lowed by fever. Gave good purgative of
calomel and padoph, and Doan's Kidney
Pills. After taking four boxes of the
pills, patient up and enjoying good
health for one of his age.
Mrs. Smith, Tarry, Ark., age 2,
mother of four children. Had female
complaint and kidney trouble, manifest
by pain in back and urine irregular;
sometimes very clear, changing to
cloudy, and with much sediment on
standing in chamber. Cava local treat
ment for female complaint and pre
scribed Doan's Pills; after using six
boxes she regards herself as cured.
Brown Ears, Wynne, Ark., age 21,
had severe case of malarial hcemataria,
or swamp fever. Gave necessary liver
medicine, calomel and padoph, and
tnorph.-sulph., to relieve pain, and
ordered Doan's Pills for the high state
of congestion and inflammation of the
kidneys. Recovery resulted in two
weeks. Prescribed Doan's Kidney Pills,
to be continued until the kidneys were
thoroughly strengthened and all pais
in back subsided.
Elijah Elliott, Tarry, Ark., age 34.
Paiu in back and legs and headache.
Uric-acid poisoning. Prescribed Doan's
Kidney Pills. After taking several
boxes pain subsided urine became
normal, or natural, and patient able to
resume his work.
These are a few of the typical cases in which I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills. In a great many instances I use them alone with cura
tive results, while with some others indicated remedies are associated.
I believe that by the judicious use of Doan's Pills many serious
complications are arrested and many hopeless and insurable cases of
Bright's disease prevented.
I have often found that one box of the pills is all that is required to
effect a cure, but in some cases I continue their use until all symptoms
are entirely absent and the cure effectual and permanent. Yours truly,
A free trial cf this great Kidney and
Bladder Specific can be obtained by ad
dressing Foster-Mil burn Co., Bufialo,
N. Y. The regular size is jo cents per
box. If not for sale by your druggist or
dealer, will be seut by mail, charges
prepaid, on receipt of price.
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and rejoice in his passing; and then we
weep lor him and wish him back. Puck.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
Robbing, Norwich, Jx
saved mv life three years ago. Mrs. Thos.
NT. Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
Where there is much pretension, much
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Isn't the experienced hotel keeper inn
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Fadeless Dye is the road to economy.
Where the speck is corrupted the mind
is also. Seneca.
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Drift of Rural Population to the
Cities, Its Came and Hovr It
Might Be Prevented.
No tendency of modern times has
iaused eo much uneasiness in the minds
of social philosophers and reformers as
the drift of population from the rural
districts to the cities. That this ten
dency is deplorable is admitted on all
hands, but there is no general agree
ment as to what should be done to dis
courage it. Recently, however, public
speakers and writers have been insist
ing that the way to keep the bright
young men and women on the farms is
to ameliorate the conditions of country
life. The extension of telephone lines
Into the country and the rural free mai
delivery are steps In that direction. But
the general improvement of the country
roads would be a far more important
step. Bad roads do more than anything
else to promote ignorance, Isolation, dis
couragement and difgust among the
country people. Good roads promote
attendance at school and the church;
they make social gatherings, literary so
cieties, dramatic entertainments and
club and lodge meetings possible during
the winter and spring. With bad rcadt
the farmer is compelled to hibernate, so
cially, for three or four months in the
year. With good roads, these months
become the most pleasant and in- some
rerpects the most profitable in the year.
The improvement of the country
roads is now recognized as one of the
greatest questions before the Amer
ican public; and It is coming to be ree
ognlzed as a question which concerns
not merely the rural population, but the
whole people. Many public men have
declared their conviction that road im
provement is a proper subject for na
tional as well as state legislation.
Among the reasons offered In support
of this view are the following:
First The improvement of the
highways is too great a burden for the
rural population to bear alone. If left
to them the problem will never be
Second The improvement of the
roads would benefit all classes through
out the entire country; hence, the whole
people should share in the necessary ex
Third The improvement of the roads
is necessary to the extension of the ru
ral free delivery system; and "congress
is authorized by the constitution to "es
Fourth The Improvement of the
roads is certainly as fit a subiect for
national legislation as improvement ot
rivers and harbors.
Bills are now before both houses of
congress providing for an appropriation
of $24,000,000, to be used during the next
three years as a fund for national aid
to road improvement. The fate of thes?
bills depends largely upon the attitude
of the farmers on the question. If they
would unite in a strong demand for na
tional aid, it would speedily become an
ORATION OF MILK.
To Make It Successful Barns. Yards
and Pastures Must Be Kept
In Clean Condition.
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The aeration of milk is not a new
thing, for it has always taken place
where milk .has been exposed to air.
The only new thing about it has been
the exposure of milk under conditions
that would prevent anything but pure
air coming in contact with the milk.
It is of no value to aerate milk in air
that contains as many bad odors as
does the milk, and it is worse than
useless to expose the rnilk for aerat
ing purposes in air that carries foul
odors. There are many locations in
which it is impossible to aerate milk.
Some of our barnyards are kept in
such a condition that they can be
smelled at a long distance, and the
same is true of some of our hog
3'ards, wallows and pens. Dairy cows
milked in such a locality produce
their milk under the worst conditions
possible.- The odors get into the milk
at the time the milk is drawn, and
the air outside is not enough pure to
warrant an attempt at aeration. It is
patent to every man that has had
to do work on the farm that in the
summer time men cannot aerate the
milk because they cannot be induced
to carry the milk a long distance
from the barn to put it through"the
aerating process. In the winter there
is some difference in favor of pure
milk, as the barnyards and wallows
are under snow or frozen up. But it
is certain that if a man intends to
make a business of aerating his milk
he will have to place his barns, yards
and pastures adjacent in a cleanly
condition. Farmers' Review.
AN IDEAL COW STALL.
Study the Plan Here Outlined Care
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NOT MUCH IMPRESSED.
George Thought There Was Much
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A COM R A
If Isew lork has a word to say to tb
.ranger witnin lis gates, says a corre
spondent of the New Orleans Times-Democrat,
it is this: "Have you succeeded at
nomer u not, why do you think you will
succeed where conditions are more com
plex and difficult?" But in New York, aa
in other large cities, those who are not
to be ' bluffed" or discouraged and who go
resolutely about their business are reason
ably sure of success. Sometimes, perhaps,
a little success makes more of a noise n
the world than it should.
One evening in a restaurant, says the
correspondent, we were waited on by a
real southern darky. He was so unmis
takable that at last 1 said to him:
"Yas'm," was the grateful rejoinder.
"You're from the south, aren't ybui'
"Yas'm. Ah's from de south."
"How did you get up here?"
"Ah don' know, ma'am, how Ah come."
"And what do you think of New York,
He hesitated, and then "summing it up
in his mind, he Baiu:
"New York? Teah's lak dish byeh
New York es got a good deal er rattlin'
er de dishes fer de victuals what's served."
; Says: "L Do Not Believe Pe-ru-na Has a
Superior for Catarrh.
The Host Common Disease.
Yorktown, Ark., Feb. 29th. Leland
Williamson. M. D.. a successful and clever
local physician, says:
lnere is scarcely another form of dis
ease a physician is called upon so often
to treat as Kidney Disease. I invariably
prescribe Dodd's Kidney Tills and am not
disappointed in their effect for they are l
always reliable. 1 could mention many,
cases in which I have used this medicine !
with splendid success, for example, 1 !
might refer to the case of Mr. A. 11. Cole,
A sva J - r I . A.n As. .1 , a4 .......
1 c ui, 1 tanj cuiaLiaicUf suiiic level, i
great pain uiiu pressure over region 01
Kidneys, urine filled with pus or corrup
tion and very foul smelling and passed
some blood. Directed to drink a great
deal of water, gave brisk purgative and
Dodd's Ividnev Pills. The mils were con
tinued regularly for three weeks and then
a tew dosea every week, especially if pa
tient felt any pain in region of Kidneys.
Cured completely and patient performed
his duties as tarm laborer in tour weeks.
Dr. Williamson bas been a regular prac
unqualified endorsement of Dodd's Kidney
Pills is certainly a wondertul tribute to
Many a rich father has discovered that
it is easier to get a daughter off his hands
than to keep a son-in-law on his feet.
Salier's Home Dnllder Corn.
So named because 50 acres produced so
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home. See Salzer's catalog. Yielded in
1903 in Ind. 157 bu., Ohio 160 bu., Tenn
98 bu..' and in Mich. Z20 bu. per acre.
You can beat this record in 1904.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THESE TIEXD3
120 bu. Beardless Barley per acre.
310 bu. Salzer's New ..National Oats per A
80 bu. Salzer Speltz an 1 Macaroni Wheat
1,000 bu. 1'edigree Potatoes per acre.
14 tons of rich .Billion JJollar tirass Hay.
60,000 lbs. Victoria Rape for sheep per A.
160,000 lbs. leosinte. the fodder wonder
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Now such yields you can have. Mr
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Humors, Eczemas, Itchlnss, InSam.
nations, Burnings, Scaling and
ChafioKi Cured by Cutlcura.
The agonizing itching and burning of
the skin, as in eczema; the frightful scal
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crusting of the scalp, as in seal led head;
the facial disfigurements, as in pimples and
ringworm; the awful suffering of infants,
and anxiety of worn-out parents, as in
milk crust, tetter and Bait rheum all de
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That Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills
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There is notliine new under the sun.
Kadium, for example, is merely the latest
old thing that has been discovered. Puck.
BllUlona of Vegetables.
When the Editor read 10,000 Plants for
6c. he could hardly believe it. but upon
second reading finds that the John A.
Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse Wis., than
whom there are no more reliable and ex
tensive seed growers in the world, makes
this offer. This great offer is made to get
ou to test Salzer's Warranted Vegetable
They will send you their big plant and
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1,000 fine, Bolid Cabbages,
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2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
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ALL FOR BUT 16C POSTAGE,
providing j-ou will return this notice, and
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Here is a sectional view of almost
ideal cow stalls, designed to keep the
cows perfectly clean and to keep them
comfortable. Platform with seven
inch drop; chain to keep cows from
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SECTION OP COW STALL..
backing off platform; swing stanchion;
sloping manger, so cows will not
strain ahead; partition between cows
to keep them from stepping on each
other's udders; feed alley in front. Let
cows' hind feet rest on rear edge of
platform, then not being able or need
ing to crowd ahead or step off into
trench, the platform will always be
clean a requisite for clean milk.
Study this plan. Its various features
have all been proved valuable. Farm
Borrowine is not much better than beg
Ac Old Field Weed.
Many seeing that old field weed, the
mullein stalk, never consider the good
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At druggists, 25c, 50c, and $1.00 a
Some men spoil a good story by sticking
to the facts. -Chicago News.
Barley In This Country.
The production of barley in the United
States has increased greatly within the
past few years. It is estimated, in a
general way, that about two-thirds of
the product is good enough for malting
purposes, the remainder being used for
feeding. ' Only a small proportion of the
crop is exported; in the record year
1898-99 the exports amounted to 23,661,
662 bushels, but this was exceptional
BENJAMIN F. HAVVKES.
Benjamin F. Hawkes, of Washington, D. C, Is One of the Three Living
Comrades of General Grant in His Cadet Days at West Point.
YEARS OF AGE.
In a recent letter from 611 G street,
S. W., Washington, D. C, this vener
able gentleman says of Peruna:
" have tried Peruna after having
tried in vain other remedies for ca
tarrh, and I can say without reser
vatlon thai I never felt a symptom
of relief until I bad given Peruna
the simple trial that its advocates
advise. I do not believe it bas a
superior, either as a remedy for ca
tarrh or as a tonic for the depressed
and exhausted condition which is
one of the effects of the disease."
Benjamin P. Hawkes.
ISAAC BROCK, a citizen of McLen
nan county, Texas, has Jived for 114
years. In speaking of . his good
health and extreme old age, Mr. Brock
"Peruna exactly meets all my require
ments. It protects me from the evil ef
fects of sudden changes; it keeps me in
good appetite; it gives me strength; it
keeps my blood in good circulation. I
have come to rely upon it almost en
tirely for the many little things for
which I need medicine.
"When epidemics of la grippe first
began to make their appearance in this
country I was a sufferer from this dis
ease. "I had several long sieges with the
grip. At first I did not know that
Peruna was a remedy for this disease.
When I heard that la grippe was epi
demic catarrh, I tried Peruna for la
g-rippe. and found it to be just the
thing." Isaac Brock.
Pe-ru-na Used in the Family for
Mrs. E. West, 137 Main street, Menasha,
Wis., writes: "We have used Peruna in
our family for a number of years and
when I say that It is a fine medicine
for catarrh and colds, I know what I
am talking about. I have taken it every
spring and fall for four years and I
find that it keeps me robust, strong,
with splendid appetite, and free from
any illness. A few years ago It cured
me of catarrh of the stomach, which
the doctors had pronounced incurable. I
am very much pleased with Peruna. I
am 87 years old." Mrs. E. West.
Pe-ru-na Is a Catarrhal Tonic
Especially Adapted to the
Declining Powers of
In old age the mucous membranes be
come thickened and partly lose their
This leads to partial loss of hearing,
smell and taste, as well as digestive dis
turbances. Peruna corrects all this by its specifla
operation on all the mucous membranes
of the body.
One bottle will convince anyone. Onc
used and Peruna becomes a life-long
stand-by with old and young.
Mrs. F. E. Little, Tolona, III., writes:
"I can recommend Peruna as a good
chronic catarrh of
the stomach and
bowels. I have
been troubled se
verely with it Tor
over a year, and also a cough. Now my
cough Is all gone, and all the distressing
symptoms of catarrh of the stomach
and bowels have disappeared. I will,
recommend it to all as a rare remedy. I
am so well I am contemplating a trip to
Yellow Stone Park this coming season.
How Is that for one 71 years ofld ?"
In a later letter 6he says: "I am only
too thankful to you for your kind advice
and for the good health that I am en
joying wholly from the use of your Pe
runa. Have been out to tne jeuow
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F. E. Little.
Strong and Vigorous at the Age of
Rev. J. N. Parker, Utica,N. Y., writes:
"In June, 1901, 1 lost my sense of hear
ing entirely. My hearing had been some
what impaired for several years, but not
so much affected but that I could hold
converse with my friends; but in June,
1901, my sense of hearlngleft me so that
I could hear no sound whatever. I was
also troubled with severe rheumatic
pains in my limbs. I commenced taking "
Psruna and now my hearing is restored
as good as it was prior to June, 1901. My
rheumatic pains are all gone. I cannol
speak too highly of Peruna, and now
when eighty-eight years old can say it
has Invigorated my whole system."
"Rev J. N. Parker.
Mr. W. B. Schnader, of Terre Hill, Pa.,
"I got sick every winter, and had a
spell of cold in February, 1899, I could
not do anything for almost two months.
In December, 1899. 1 saw orfe of your books
about your remedies. Then I wrote to
Dr. Hartman for advice, and he wrote
that I should commence the use of Pe
runa, and how to take care of myself.
"I did not lose one day last winter that
I could not tend to my stock. I am sixty
three years old, and I cannot thank you
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If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
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Address Dr. Hartman, President ol
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
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ALABASTINE cements to walls, distroys disease germs and vermin, and never rube
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nourishes germs of deadly disease, rubs and Bcales, spoiling wall, clothing and fnrniture.
When it is necessary to reflnlsh, the old coats must be washed off en expensive, nasty,
disagreeable job, making the rooms damp and unfit to lire in.
When walls are once coated with Alabastine, succeeding coats may be applied, year
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Hot and Cold Water Kalsomines Have No Merit
Some dealers try to sell them, buying them cheap, and trying to sell on Alabasttne'a demand
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Women accept favors from men ai"
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