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Justus Miles i'Yrmnn, who wrote
"Joiniicy'H End," contributes a very
levt r story tt Alii::h (!'a for May under
tit "A Hit of CrciM.! I'alnl." An-
; UT V Ty ck'WT piece ()f KCIltlUK llt.ll
v'rltlr!s in tin ;amo 1huo Is, "A Roso
Harden," by Kat M a st erHoti. Dorothy
lilx finishes h r h rle of nrtlcli'H on
'"The Man In Iivo, with some apt re
mark;! about. Hit management of ft
wife. Miss Dix has doubtless made a
f'i:it many enemies on account f tho
frank rtatemenu in ihtso articles of
hera about tho nll-comiuerlng malo,
but she han always made good reading,
"too,, and for that much can bo forglv
Yonkr'rs Statesman: She Do you
recall tho day we were married?
He I wish to gracious I could!
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Be ghod to your land and your crop
will be gcod. Plenty of
our money winning
GERMAN KA1J WORKS,
9i Mawu.y Street,
A " White Star " Buggy PR F F
XOn July 4th we will elve, Fast, one of out
v VHITB STAR" Top nai;pMe to the person
J-wiu1 n (v tl m trroi taut, mi mVir r f IT. n tr 1 1 mh
t J : from letters contained in the sentence:
VCH THE WHITE STAR BUGGY."
" , ae who will derote an hour each day to
, - .Tjieisant gtudy can win the bugKy.
' Ao condltloni to comply with except make
up the list of words.
If this offer la not understood, any bnirjry
dealer in yrwir towu who has the agenev for
the "Wnn'B 8TAR" Buggy will giye you a
Copy of the rules.
When you have made out your list of words
plve them to our agent In your town, who will
end them to us.
On July 4th we will notify every contestant
who tha pinner Is and number of words that
won the Q WHITK STAR" Buguy. (
83TNI jicwrlts us. enclose postage for reply.
ATLANIA BUGGY CO.. Atlanta, Georgia.
ii mm coioi
Thefd 15 ho sotisf action keener
thatf being dry &nd comfort&blo
whVn out in tha hardest atorm.
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Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold la balk.
Beware of pie dealer who tries to sell
'something just a3 eood.'
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
Anyone willing to work can rr.nie 1.00 per
week selltr-Narahsolutolv new POCKET P1L--TIONARY'
) ATLAS Ol' THE W'ORI.D combined-
Sw r A eoneise maps ; s:i.onfl words de
fined ' Fit'ie pocket, Worth a dollar to any
body' Send 2f cents for sum pie and terms.
RAND. McNALLY k CO., Chicago, III.
IJT-Cive the name of this paper -when
wri 1 1 ng c,- v c i uoci s -. - '
" Vinth fertilizer spells quality j W
: umd quantity in the har-, m l j,T.'
iVJu-st. Write us and t' 'ft I
we will Bend you V'Jv
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VV. CA"Y CATHARTIC rt
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preventing not; disease.
Fanners f-hnuld rigidly guard tliclr
hot; against disease by procuring any
r.i-w Mock requlicd only afbT Inspect
in,' i ln ln-rds from which thy d. Mro
H select. Never buy from a neigh
borhood hi which disease Is known tu
exist or recently existed.
One of the most Important means of
controlling the iereeiita.!;e of soil inols
ttuv is by drainage. Tile drainage
tends to loosen the M'il, so that the
rainfall U cairied do nil through the
soil. Instead of belns wnslied off the
surface In surface drains. It tends to
break up Inrpp eomidex Koll prnlnx.
so that the water holdlup eapacity of
the soil Id Increased by under drain-
ADVANTAGE OF I1IIEED.
As a proof of the ndvnntajro of breed
and the excellence of individual mem
bers of a herd it may bo mentioned
that all attempts to change the qual
ity of the milk of a cow by tho use
(If particular foods have failed. The
quantity may bo Increased or dimin
ished by the amount or kind of food,
but each cow's milk will bo different
from that of the others, and with the
unine treatment one cow may yield
milk containing twice as much butter
fat as those In the same herd avHIj
BUTTER FROM A SMALL HERD.
Our milk Is separated as soon as
possible after milking. The cream Is
cooled as quickly as possible, and kept
at a temperature of about fifty de
crees until'ahout twenty-four hours be
fore churning. Then I warm It tc
seventy degrees, and keep it as ueai
that as possible until shortly before
churning, when I cool it to about sixty
degrees. Wo are making at present
about forty-two pounds butter per
week, and pack It in pound lumps. At
present time we are milking six cows,
but usually milk more than that and
sell again in the near future. Our
cows are mostly grade Jerseys. They
are fed silage twice a day, with hay
at noon, and corn meal and cottonseed
twice a day-Mrs. E. V. Winn, iu
Orange Judd Farmer.
TURNING COWS ON TASTURE.
Every owner of a cow welcomes the
time when the animal can bo turned
out to pasture. Not only is the labor
and expense Involved in winter feed
ing done away with, but every cow
Is expected to give the best results of
the year when on grass. In changing
from dry food to grass, it is well to
go somewhat slowly, especially if the
flow of milk is large. The young,
Immature grass, especially in early
?piiug, as is well known, contains a
largo amount of water, a condition
commonly called washy. Wheat and
rye pastures are of the same nature.
The dry feed ration should, therefore,
be continued and be gradually re
duced for .two we;i;s or more after
the crass is large enough to support
the cows. C. II. Ecklcs, of the Mis
souri Experiment Station.
THE CORN SHREDDER.
One of the implements or machines
which farmers who visit the fairs have
found in operation is the corn shredder.
It is revolutionizing the use of corn
fodder, as it saves labor and prepares
the corn stalks for tho use o" stock. It
removes the cars from the husks and
tears the entire stalk into shreds at one
operation, ns rapidly as the stalks can
be fed into the machine. There are
several kinds, but every farmer should
have one, as it will enable him to use
the leaves, husks and stalks as so much
hay, which can be baled, if necessary.
When fodder is thus prepared the cat
tle will not reject so much as usual,
and the shredded fodder uneaten is
suitable for bedding or as an absorbent
iu tho manure heap. The saving in
feed by the shredding of tho entire
stalk will be an addition to the profits
of the farm, and also enable the farmei
to keep more stock."
PASTURE FOR SHEEP.
If we have been fortunate to have n
great many more lambs than ewes,
and some are not supplied with milk,
you can aid tho owe by feeding the
lamb cow's milk, good Jersey milk, us
I feed the young lambs, so as to push
them right along and get them on 1ho
market as early as possible. I have
used for tho past few years' what I
call a lamb feeder. It Is a- tin pall
with a tight-fitting cover, that will
hold one gallon of milk. On one side
are three sprouts soldered on near the
bottom of the pail and extending out
ward as high as the top of tho pall,
made so that tho rubber nipples can
be put on. By feeding them a few
times from a bottle, which is more
convenient to teach them at first, ihey
quickly learn to bo on hand for tluit
milk when they see you coining with
the pail. Give them all they will take
of this Jersey milk every morning .and
evening. By feeding in this way thej
get no setback, but grow equal to the
best ones. R. E. P fonts, iu The Culti
vator. - - " ..4
Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs Is a fre
quent Cause of Barrenness.
PeTU-na Hradlcates Catanh From
lie woman of ancient Israel not to
dine a mother wu recanted as the
in tatcst t earthly cdliiuutu-s. To
become a mother - more i'ei.uliy the
neither of a Mtoni. healthv Imv was the
height of piory for the faithful woman of
the good onl Hibie (lavs. Iacu now, when
maternity u not cMccmcd as of yore, the
mother of heiklthv children is an oniect
oi aainirattori, ana Koinetiic.es envy, by tier
neighbor. As Compared with ancient
peoples, t ho average American woman has
a low appreciation of motherhood. Theie
ore, iiowevir, a jjreut many exceptions to
The accompanying letters from grateful
WOllieil vlli ll lVl' I,..,. I, ,n:,.l.. .Ir.n. .
healthy and happy mother need no added
wonts ot ours to make them convincing.
v .iiiii i a ii,m weaKcnea aim unpaired their
entire svsteina. l'eiuna made them sound
Mrs. L. M. GrifTith, Areo, Idaho, write:
tour medicine did me a wonderful
amount ot c"J. It cured nie of barren
ness. 1 am JO years old and never had
M.v iiiuuieii; out since Lieginriin(j your
inemciiie i gave LUftn to a IU pound baby
A YOUNU MOTHER'S LTiTTIR.
McRoberts, writes to Dr. Ilartnian from Delano, Miss., the
Doctors. B. llartman, Columbus,
Dear Sir: "I eel perfectly well of catarrh. 1 did a you direct
ed vie to and took Per una and Manalin. The third of March J gave
birth to a 10-pound baby girl ana ie are both well and happy. J am
very thankful to you, and Peruna saved my He.I recommend it to
everyone and can't pratne it enough.
"1 aend youmu own and my b iby's picture.'S.SJie f so sweet and
gooJ,nhe in a Peruna baby. I have such good health now. I do all
my housework and take care of my baby, and feel so good.
'There are three or four of my neighbors using Peruna now,
stnee it did me so much good. They were just run down, and they
think it is fine. It is so good to give strength." Mrs. IT. McRoberts.
girl. She is nor six months old and
weighs 25 pounds. My friends were all
surprised. iSoi.ie would not believe it uutil
they came to see me.
"My husband says he never saw such a
change in any one as there was in nie after
I had takeu three or four bottles of
Feruna. 1 am stronger than I have been
since I was ouite young. (Jod bless you
and your medicine forever. 1 cannot tell
you all. My letter is too long already;
but I will say Peruna cured me. I never
saw or heard of anything half so good.
I can never thank you enough for your
kindness. In cases of la grippe it works
lika a charm. It cured my baby when
other medicines failed. She was real bad
with la grippe." Mrs. L. M. Griffith.
Mrs. K. L. Thomas, Alpha, Mo writes:
t i1 l?ye US0(1 your leruna and Manalin.
I had hern doctoring for several years, but
"Say, maw," sobbed the boy who had
Just been spanked, "I wish you had
married that other beau instead of
"Why, my son?" asked the maw in
"Because I can see by his picture he
had smaller hand3." Chicago News.
DOAN'S CHANGE DOUBT TO GLAD SURPRISE
Everett, Mass. I received the
sample of Doan'a Pills and they stop
ped all my trouble of pain In the back,
from which 1 have suffered for two
years. I am a sole-leather cutter, and
being on my feet and lifting heavy
dies all day, appreciate tho help
Doan's Pills have given me. I feel
like a new man. Geo. A. Burgess,
103 Belmont Street.
St. Louis, Mo. Received sample,
and am on my first bottle from tho
druggist they helped me wonder
! fully. I had a feeling of wanting to
urinate all the time, and trouble in
passing, burning and itching. That is
all gone now, and I feel thankful.
E. K. Stevenson, 5351 Easton Ave.
Abpkn, Colo., April 10, 1003.
Doan's Kidney Pills accomplished
tho desired result in my case relief
came the second day after I com
menced taking them. I was troubled
with retention and dribbling of tho
urine. Now it is natural and free as
pver ia my life. D. L. Stafford.
Malsby & Co.
4 1 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
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AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Complete line carried in stock for
JM 'MEDIA TZ shipment.
Best MacUliiary, Lowest Prices and Best Terms.
Write us for catalogue, prices
etc., before buying.
I'll Ui fV I'lVit K ULL
St1 . "
; ' " I Good."
. f - ... , f I
kept getting worse. One day a neighbor
woman brought me your book, the - 'Ills
of Life,' and wanted me to take your
medicine. I told her that I had given up
all hope of ever getting well. I had tnd
so much medicine. My neighbors thought
I was nearly dead with consumption.
"Finally 1 concluded that I would make
a last trial. So my husband got me a bottle
of 1' eruna and Manalin. 1 commenced
taking them according to directions. That
was two years ago. A year ago last No
vember I gave birth to a 10-pound baby
boy, who is well and hearty: and I am
doinig my own housework. I can never
give Peruna too great praise. I think it
is the best medicine I ever heard of."
Mrs. K. E. Thomas.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of .Feruna,
write at once to Dr. llartman, giving a
Miss Reeskay (patronizingly)
Rather embarrassing for you, I should
think always to he blushing when you
Miss Daymure And equally embar
rassing for you, I should think, never
to be blushing when you should!
Aching backs are eased. Hip, back, and loin pains,
limb swellings and dropsy signs vanish.
They correct urine with brick dust sediment, high
colored, pain in passing, dribbling, frequency, bed
wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills remove calculi and
gravel. Relltve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
aizziness.ueadache, A A - . nervousnass.
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TRIAL DOTTLE lO CENTS
Kemovrs til swelling in Ctoso
days ; etlects a rtrmanent cure
tu toto eo unvs. l rialtreatrocnt
-, x given frt-t. Not hint-can bffsirer
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"I Do AH My House
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Care of My Baby
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. llartman, President of The
llartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
"I notice an eminent chemst saya,"
remarked Mrs. Starvem, "that the
time will surely come when we may
expect to get palatable food out of
"That may be," replied Mr. Hall
rume, "but we never expect to get It
out of board." Philadelphia Press.
BcnLTNGTON JUNCTION, Mo. I
received sample of Doan's Pilb and
they are all that is claimed, they re
lieved a pain in my back, and did all
that was represented. C. C. Rat,
H..F. D. No. 1.
Taylorstille, Miss. No man can
tell the good of Doan's Kidney Pills
until he tries them for a weak back.
I tried everything and. got no relief
until I used Doan's Pills. J. N.
West Bit ancit, Mien. , April 11th.
Many thanks for the sample of Doan's
Kidney Pills. Wc had tried many
remedies with lit In benefit, but found
iDoiin'8 act promptly, and hit thecase,
which was an unusual desire to urinate
had to get, up five and six times of
a night. I think Diabetes was well
under way, the feet anel ankles
swelled. There was an intense pain in
the back, the heat of which would
feel like putting one's hand up to a
lamp chimney. I have used the free
trial and two full boxes of Doan's Pills
with the satisfaction of feeling that I
am cured. They are the remedy par
excellence. B. F. Bali,ai;d.
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