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I i I J EOT-CISEO EE3EU. rifteen Kara sro I had nn attack of cute kidney trouble. I consulted Jhyslcliin who gave tno medicine which only relieved me for a time. Aft er liseoiitlnliliij: h1n mcdlclno my trotihlo returned ph severe as before. Ilavlns heard or Swamp-Root I gave u a Uinl find cnn honestly mto tout .hrei dollar bottles cured mo, never liuvitiR any tdcknrug in fifteen yearn. I luivr; Fold ur; Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot ns a (lnisTiut for many years nnd can fclve llir, very best or recommendations t Bll times. You tire St liberty to UPe this Btato-tr-.uist any tlmo you wish. IlURUIrCtflllly, VV. C. ST'MMKRS. JCIO Ol.tr&l Ave., Kaiiou City, Kaa AVIlh ir;irifi View Drug Co. El at a of Kansas County of Wyandotte f SB' On tMs 11th day of August, 1509, personally appeared before mo, W. 0. fr'uimnerH, w ho subscribed to th with In riUiterne nt. and mndo onth that the anie Is true in subHtnnce and In fact. Chaklfs Wilson, Notary I'ubllc. Br. kil.r A f. Prove What Swamp Root Will Do Tor Yoe Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Iilnpham ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You 'will also ro coivo a booklet of valuable informa tion, tellliiK all about tho kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and nienllon this' paper. KcRiilar fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottlcg for sale at nil drug stores. The Very Worst. Clement J. DMscoll, at a dinner In New York, told a number of amusing stories about his strenuous life He commissioner of weights and meas ures last year. "A friend of mine," eald Mr. Dris coll, "noticed one morning that his grocer looked very tad. "What's tbe matter, old man?' my friend asked jokingly. "The weights and measures man hasn't been dropping In on you. 1 hope?' " "Yes, he has,' snapped the grocer. " "Hut you don't really mean to say,' exclaimed my friend, 'that he caught you giving only fifteen ounces to the pound ?' " "Worse than that!' groaned the grocer. 'I've been giving seventeen.'" An Unbeliever. "Sir," said the haughty American to his adhesive tailor, "I object to this boorish dunning I would have you know that my great-great grandfather was one of the early settlers " "And yet," sighed the anxious tradesman, "there are people who be lleve iu heredity." Argonaut Rivalry. "Does your automobile go faster than your neighbor's?" "No," replied Mr. Chugglns. "Rut my danger signal makes a much mori disagreeable noibe than bis." Salve to Conscience. It was at a concert, where the re moval of hats was not obligatory, still the woman with a conscience wished to be accommodating. She turned to the woman sitting beside her and nuid: "Hoes my hat. bother you?" "Not in the h'a.st." said the ether woman sweetly, eo the woman with a conscience settled complacently back to listen to tbe music while persons on the back seats twisted their necks out of Joint trying to see around her hat. Theory and Fractice. Mrs. A.: You should join our Here ditary Society. We are endeavoring to arouse public sentiment to the Iitcessity of scientific nii'irlages. It l 1s our cnrdlnal principle that nobody should marry unless be or she is at- eelutely sound in body and mind. . i Mr. R: And a very proper principle , It is. Dut, speakIn?..of marriage,. I bear Xhat your daughter is ,to marry , old Mr- Toddle, who, beside being; n . little. queer in the bead, lias Jicen. ao InvnjiU; from birth. ' ' , Mrs. A.:. .Yes, and we tliink it's an excellent match. Ytfu fcnywj ne nR , )!iitfs of mofley. (M ' If Vour Fjod, Falls 'to Sustain ,y6u, "m; . . , I., .. One sort of diet may mak a eTsyM despondent, dcpre:;sed and Idus and a change to tbe kind of food the bod demands will change the w'.iolo thing A young woman from Pliila. says: "lir several years 1 kept. In a run down, miserable sort, of condition, was depressed and uppivliensive of trouble. I lost fler.h in ft distressing way and seemed iu. a perpetual sort of dreamy night mate. No oi serious disease Fboue.l, but tho 'all-over' sickness was enough. "Finally, between the duitor and fa ther, 1 vas put on Cntpo-.'ut3 and cream, as it was decided I must have a i.otiri: hiTig food that tho body could make use of. "The wonderful chango that came over me was not, HKo Jonah's gourd, the gro'Ath of a Ktnglo night, yet It tamo with a rapidity that ustonlshed me. "During tho f.rnt week I gained in weight, my spirits Improved, and tho world began to look brighter and more worth while. "And this bsa continued steadily, till row, after the use of GraixNuts for wily a few weeks, I am perfectly well, feel splendidly, take a lively interest In everything, and am a changed person In every way." Name given by Postum Co, Itattle Creek, Mich. Head the little bxik. "The Road to Wellville," In rings. "There's a reason." Krer rrad tbe above lrf A m apprnr IrvM time ( 1 1 . Thty Tt irnillll, Intv, full vf Itaut M i.V',Si j Wn'mnsn -.."iri Wu'llllll'll- Hl-I PASSING OF POPULAR FOWL Tremendous Demand for . Plymouth Root',' Wyandotte ar.d Other Crowding Langshsna Out. .The Icnngshnn, or, as Its admirer i like to cull It, "the 'lordly I.ang.-:han," apparently has been losing ground In popularity, like the other Asiatic fowls. It. may be that as marjy Langiibans aio bred and Bold as .ever, but It is very certain that not so ninny ore ex hibited as formerly.- The -tremendous demand tor Plymouth Hocks, Wyan dottes and Rhode Island Hcds '.nay make the demand for Lnngsbans ap pear, relatively, small, whl'.o Buffering no actual diminution, says a writer in the Country Gentleman. Still, as the poultry show is a tolerably safe trade barometer, I am inclined to believe that the demand to some extent has really diminished. When the Iingshan was first intro duced. It appeared to many fanciers of Asiatic fowls as an under-bred or poorly-bred Clack Cochin. It lacked the comprctness, full cushion, soft feathering, small tall and heavy foot ftather that the Cochin fancier bo high ly prizes. H was predicted that it would not succeed as a breed, but the prediction, like many another, proved worthless. It did succeed. It put the Black Cochin 'bndly in the shade. It became, very popular. IU number be came legions. If we seek a reason for its success, ctir search need not be long. It u Clack Langshan Cock and Hens. an excellent layer of large eggs. It made a good table fowl, though Its white skin and black plumage handi capped it somewhat. Value of Air-Slaked Lime. Not enough importance is placed on j the value of good air-slaked lime for use in the poultry house and on the j runs. Properly used, the lime 13 of I great sanitary value. It will counter j act disagreeable odors. A free use j of air-slaked limo on chicken runs where gaps prevail is exceedingly beneficial. Its use no doubt also de stroys other germs and bacilli. Thu wise poultrymnn will always have a pood supply of lime on hand and use it both inside and out of his poultry bouses. Cause of Infertile Eggs. Too many hens with the male bird frequently results in infertile eggs, and if it is found that gormless eggs are being produced the number should be reduced. Preeding stock which are the progeny of related parents are usually rather apt to produce sterile eggs; this is one of the several rea sons why it Is a mistake to inbreed. Fresh air and sunshine are the best Germicides. . Do r.ot keep eggs near kerosene or anything that' will taint them. Feed breeding duck .crumbly mash ft l n I. i m -.(.nLWc n ,1 .A . . t r ' It is not necessary to jindle gJ&V t ggs befof) taking tlJCm to market If any -farmer la In doublcoucrnlng his eegs. Jr fchould then qandlo thetn. Thi'SpaYiish herd's f ggs', weighing KfAeTi'to abound; nre'the largest pro duced. A warm poultry hoiue tends to make tho fowls sluggish and unpro ductive. Indian Runner will lay from l.'O to ISO eggs a year while common ducks Jay only from 23 to 50. Dandelion leaves freshly gathered, when they are procurable, contain a valuable liver stimulant. A very common mistake mado in keeping poultry is crowding the fowls Into too llmitod a space. Too many poultrymcn hatch their chicks to late that they have not time to mature fur cold weather laying. A new poultry roost Is mado of per forated Iron tubing which has been. Mailed In ii Kulutioti deadly to insect life. The I'ekin is known as the leading market duck of the world and takes Ih'i t place In the Amerier.n standard of perfection. Many a person will give their (hicks Food tare all through the brooding; season and then neglect them when they go out on range. 'old eggs can be beaten stlffer and lighter than warm ones. Before break ing them, drop In a pan of very ccld water for n few moments. Whilo pigeons are always consid ered a nuisance by most farmers. If any at all are kept, keep onv Homer. 'airless, Autwerps, or ui pur hrwd. 0 Ml A IPOULWNOTEC A 'yw -a Cement Talk No. 10 Concrete work stands the weath er. No rotting, shrinking, warping, no crumbling nor rusting can occur where good sand, gravel or crushed stone have been mixed properly with UNIVERSAL Portland Cement and cast into sidewalks, floors, steps, foundations or orhcr concrete work. Our best customers arc our old customers who know lv experience that concrete made from UNIVERSAL cement is good for years nf use. Ask; your dealer for LMVLRbAL when you have concrete work to do. any UNIVERSAL FOKTLAHD CEMENT CO. 72 W. ADAMS STREET, CHICAGO AKNUAL OUTPUT 10.000.000 BARRELS TOWN IS BEING REBUILT Flood of Watera Has Not Taken Black River Falls, Wis From tho Map. More than a million dollars absolute ly disappearing ,!n the short time of two hours was the toll collected by the waters at Black Kiver Falls, Wiscon sin. Even the residents of the town could cot realize what it meant until tho lako formed by the Hatfield dam w as dry, and the rush of waters had passed on to the Mississippi. Just out of reach of the flood the business men and residents of the place watched the waters carry away the buildings that represented th homes of business enterprises which It had taken years of effort to build. Among the larger Industries seemingly wiped out within a few minutes was the plant of Coles CarboMsalve. This plant, along with others that suffered a like fate, is today being rebuilt, and the business men of Black River Falls promise that a better town shall re place the one destroyed by the raging floods, and that just as rapidly as men and material can put It together. It Is catastrophies like the breaking of the Hatfield dam that demonstrate the American Fpirit. A REAL REGRET. Edltor-r-I am obliged to decline your poem with thanks. I am. very Borry, Kit Poet But what? i Editor rThe jnatjrageiuent Insists uiv on my declining; all poems that 'way; you know. , SPOILM'S DISTEMPER CI "RE will cure anv possible case of DISTEMPER, PINK K E, and t!.e likp uinon horses of ail ages, and prevents all others in the nnie ctiiblo from having the disease. Alsj cures chicken cholen,, uul dog dictcmper. Any good drupKist c:;u fupply you, or ton ! to mtr. 6i) cent nnd $1.00 n Uittic. Aiienij wanted. Free book, t-'polm Mfilu il Co., Spec. Contagious ;enst-, tl..shen, Ind. Not If He Knew It. "That's a nice Kttle game you played on that girl In not showing up fit tha church when you were to he married to her." "Well, It wasn't a tie game." Serious Business. Madge Was George fooling while you were playing golf? Marjurlo Gracious, I hope r.ott Why, I accepted bin). LlppiueoU's. Contention cauM and nevrnvatps many frion discam-n. H i thoroughly cured br I)r. I'leixe's 1'lenwint 1'eileiK. The favor ite family kxuhve. All auppressloo of selfishness makes the moment grout Lydla, Maria Child. L (I r -a . Ti'fA DowT -pot- - i T,ifrtDnr.iM . -y t. L. Tut ee it is f Yeur U t!uttrlnj ..erjwetfc, vtm tit.HOViHlL.' V'dt.b.V Vtet-Mt!UU UfMjj t l.ienihi, !. Tls $lXJ WHEN JOHNNY CANT MEAH Boy t Ply Is Alway Desf When His Mother It Calling Him. "Johnny!" That D ills mother ctililng llcm a window and Johnny jihiyii'f? hi iho ctrnef, but Jchnny didn't l.a.' hor. And th'n: "Johnny! C'orno Iitc" Hut Johnny la tt;ln riMii!tiit rr-iii hlng up to ( Hlch a bifcii hull and his ears are lopi to nil mils; v lifie nion: "Johnny, do yon hf.-ir in?" But Johnny loc.n't. Ho huH i iiur,!)t that ball and row he In flolilln? It to another Loy Btanilliig by a Uvo. Ko now: "Johnny!" this tln:e with a little (Uaccfijo In It, ar.d jirrbaps a Jalnt HUEBPKllon of a BlipiKir. And do-?, that n!n Johnny's pars? Why, he at the hat now and pre pared to hit the ball a swat that will fend H half way down the b!ok, and all things else are as naught to him. Hut now hear the vigilant motoer, this time pently, for she knewg that boya will be boy: "Johnny, I want yoa to come tit now." Johnny is at this moment running like a wild man, or boy, making for that tree he was throwing at a mo ment ago and utterly obiivlous of everything In the world,-tbe parental voice Included. Hut that cleaves th nlr again now: "Johnny!" ' Johnny Is standing with one foot at the root of the tree and the other foot extended, all ready to Jump and run when the boy at the bat hits the ball. "Johnny!" And Johnny runs like all pos sessed, not for home, but for the base, end there he stands, while from tho window comes again the voice: "Johnny." GIVEN UP TO DIE. Cured By Doan't Kidney Pills After Doctor Gave Up Hope. J. L. Richardson, Red Key, Ind., says: "For five months I was con fined to my bed, a helpless Invalid. I almost went crazy. Twenty-five hour passed without a pas sage of the urine. The doctors began to take tho water from me wtth a catheter. They did this once a day for fifty days. Finally my doctor told me my time waa up. Tbe next day a friend advised me to take Dean's Kid ney Pills. When I haj used five boxes, I got out of bed and Improved until entirely well. For five years 1 have not had the slightest trouble." "When Your Back Is Lame, Re member the Name DOAX'S." COc. a box at all stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y. A Fellow Feeling. "When I was a young man," said Mr. Cumrox, "I made up my mind that I would work lor my living." "I, on the other hand," replied Baron Fucash, "made up my mind that I wouldn't. And we have both attained our Ideals." It Is quite possible for a man to be hot-beaded and still get cold feet. Smoker find Lewie' Sinplo Binder 5o cigar better quality than ciott 10c cis.in. All the world's a stage, and all tbe men and women are merely kickers. When woman Ki A V silent secret suffering me tnittt you. Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr. R. V. Fierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Every. wher-A t'hm r Wrymen b-tnl 1 . 1 XI HI. bear witness to 1 working, curing-power ot- Ur. Pierce's Fvorite'Precriptioa which saves tbe tufferiaf sea fram pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses and ituhbor ilU 1 C-T, t. Dr. Pierce' m Pfacuaf Pellets ladaca wild Australia Likes American Magazines. American muKazities aro constantly increasing their popularity in both Australia and New Zealand. Accident. Hiirtm, P.'nla. Fpruim, ItniUe. Humpi, (', Wound?, all are painful. ll,iml;ti.i Wuard t"d draws out the iiiihiie:mt,on and K'.vri it;tant relief. Don't wait fr the aivutaut. Buy it n.'W. Experience, may be the best teacher, but soi.ie pcopio rrefer a mere fash ionable school. RF.ALTIFl'L POST CARDS I RfE An I'usi crO Ciuti, Til Juclauu ak. lViifcA. Kai-a Tbe elioriest 'oi'dd fiouietlme carry the uiust eiLt. Mm. Wrnlww' ftxihlnr ffrrop for Chlli!r treibtuir. iKittrn lur run. rvUucca lnflinuj iUui, iuik lu, cur i4tti HwC boii:v Mnuy m big fun la a Biuo.th bore. I! II. IMMJI U Canlel FHnrc't. In view rf the shnnrmnl wenthT h!ch we have hti l thli summer think a trlhnte of recp-vt i-iould b paid to the nien.ory of C-ahrlel Ianiel Fiiiirenhclt, who wuh horn on Peptertc hT 15, either In 1738 or i70, It In hf.rd to sny whit h. IU;fnre bis dayxey rtnl atrmpts l.nd be":i made to treas ure the bent level, not the heat, by tubes containing oil nf npirlts of wine, but It lay with a bankrupt merchant of Dantzi; to r.how how tho fr-at could ho RUcfPhs-fully accomplished. The first thi-rmoiiicters were mad with Ftiirlts of wine; but the Ingrrl oui ;iihrlel ocn adopted Mercury as his medium, and ao It has remained became known tliroiishout the world, and though a more rational method of giairuatlon has since been adopted, the popular mind still clings to the Fah renheit scale. Our own Royal eocUtjr thought h.'gUy of this hetoblo Inven tor and ac'rnowledgcd his genius by, making hir.) cnn of Its fellows. To the "Trapsaet Ions" of (he society he con tributed ccveral piijiers. Pali Mall Gazette. Grapefruit Greenery. . Effective greenery inr the dining room table may be mado by planting the needs of grapefruit. Sow them thickly, end in two weeks, if the earth Is pood end has boen kept moist In a warm place, the littl shoots appear. Two weeks more and -the leaves un . fold, and very soon there Is a rcas3 of rich, glossy green, which Is nfit af fected by gas or furnace Ueat. Subur ban Life. The noblest work of God la man, but you can't make some married women believe it. Some of us are apt to take advice that doesn't belong to us. i i iment par eiccllence. can caused by a tall my duties in less than three weeks 2 t P i; tflfi-tfiiiii-irif ' in 3 an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma. No rubbing necessary you can apply w ith a brush. At mil doalcrsm Price, 2 So., EOo. & $t.C3 Eloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep uid Poultry sent free. Address Dr. EARL S. 5LOAN, EOSTOfl. MASS. Honored by Women ipekf of her c J I V the wonder 'X, "S, 'V ' V IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG " IT HAKES SICK WOMCNi WEIX.; I No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her eon. CdeDce 'mitplaced when she wrote for advice, v. the World's Distessasy Medical Association, Dr. H. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. natural twrf orovemeatf nmc a 4&T.' W. L. DOUGLAS 2.53, 3.00, '3.50 &. MXO SHOES Men and Women wear W.L-Douglks shoe because they are the bet shock produced in this country for the price. Insist upon hav ing them. Take no other make. THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS The assurance that goes with, an estab- tsttj reputation h yottr a$surance in buying " W. L. Douglas ihocs. II 1 couIJ take you into my lotge faaorici . at Brockton, Masj., and show you how carffu!!yV.L.Doug!asihoearemacir, you would then uodertand why they are; war- v, ranted to hold their shap. ht better and f wear longer than any othermake for the prict ' s ii jam omo-i ootsm w. i. Duiilsa fhos your town, writ, f, otnl,. fho su il V.";?!?r,r ? .wwr' " -Wir prj.'.a. txeviflttr.. J - j' ; I i '.i o erf"' Jodjr You bhould have ki)OT.-i Vf. tor thaa drive fast wl.Wo ( rnjt 'ra that brfrifr; didn't you ?. the sign "Wall your horses?" , . . - Prisoner lira's rlfht, Jed ere; tut. dew was nitiU-a wX.it I we; driving. A doHa? paved is often loared. dol'a- H 1 l . : - Li Li So combines the great cura tive principles cf Roots, Bark and Herbs a3 to raise them to their highest eluciencyj hence its uncqualcd cures Get it todny in uual liquid form o chocolated tali lets fulled' Saraatabs. 1 Rheumatic Pains Sloan's Liniment is pood for pp.in of any sort It penetrates, w ithout rubbing, through the muscular tissue right to the bone rtlicvesthe congestion and g:vs permanent as well as temporary rehei. Here's Proof. A. W. Lav of Lafaytte, AU., writes : " 1 had chruiratiMn Ic.r fivt yean. I trid doctiis and feveral darertnt r-:-ncioi but thev did not help me. I ol t.un--j a bottle of Sloan's Uniment whkh u.ti me so much good that I would not do without it tor anything. Thomas I. Sh e cf Eastcn, Pa., writes: "I have urd Slor" lini ment and End it firi;-cla.lor rheu matic pains." Mr.U.G. JoNEScf Paldxins, WTites: "I have found tioan' lin- I have used it for broken sinews above the knee and to rr.y great satisfaction I was aUe to resacne af'.e tiie accident.' PERCHER0NS V AND EELGIANS Stailiotis at prices thai ) defy et.mjjeiition and a satniictory gnaractee. Write os for particuiara. tee. W. Sown & Swes, Box Stio, Hutinttoa, Imi. 1 PAitKErt'S 1 MAIM BALSAM h i CUtmm tuitl hrmi: ; .nm kaifc g 1 liir i.m 5fotfaful Ccior. ft S Cuw d it ttiT " fig, W ANTFIV-CVnnir Rrne,ntsvf9 term i W. ilnd or 1 UtPat r'.i or - " Wik Maw (.1(31 .11. ft 1 A M - a ' - - - n- 'kilalii 1 i l- M IhililWw ntuuKts Urn i la Mil tlHol u. - tarl K Ki nun, J n.i,i,.,i Th' s t, W.u i rtlKi( oui,,.,t k.L'.I.M t i '- ! '