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WELL-PLANNED COW STALL.
Featurei Which Will Add to the Com fort of the Animal. 1 do not like stanchions of any kind. I think they ih-ntroy the niitiiralm bh o( the cowh nnd thry trouble each other a grcut doul. Iict.ld(!8 ofti'H treading upon ouch other. The only point In favor of Klatirh Ions In that they take up Ii'hs room, HOME-MADE REMEDY INEXPENSIVE PARED AND EASILY BY ANYONE. PRE. I Said to Promptly Relieve Backache and Overcome Kidney Trouble and Bladder Weakness Though Harm teie and Pleasant to Take. Plan of Cow Stall. but I believe the Increase In milk Is a reward for allowing rc space and convenience to eneh cow. The cut KhowB the kind of Btnll which I prefer, writes a correKpondent of the MiHsoiirl Valley Kainier. The rack, a. Is of hardwood ! inches nign, with the sluts wide enough bo cow can thrust her nose through l to c-yea. The bottom of the rack Ib 18 Inches wide, extending Into the Btnll toward the row. The feed box. h. allde:i throiiKh an openliiK in Ihe stall on the barn tloor. It can be drawn into the feedway, rleaned out and n new feed put in without UeliiB disturbed by the cow. The halter strap, c. Is just lotiK eunuch to allow the row to lie down comfortably. Tin- (,-utler, d. Is elRht Inches lower than the stall floor. When Khe lies down she will put her head under tie) rack in kiieellnK ut d when she nets up she will move back ward so that she can look llmuiKh Hi'' rack. The length and width of stall can be made to suit the cows. AN ESSENTIAL FACTOR. What will appear very Interesting to many peoplo here 1b tho article taken from a New Vork daily paper, giving a simple prescription, aa formu lated by a noted authority, who claims that he haa found a posltlvo rem edy to cure almost any case of back ache or kidney or bladder deranRe ment, in tho followltiK Hlmplo prescrip tion, If taken before the Bingo of llrlKht's disease: Fluid Kxtract Dandelion, one-half ounce; t ompounu hargon, o:iu ounce, Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take In teaspoonful doses alter each meal and again nt bedtime. A well-known 'authority, when asked regarding this prescription, staled that the Ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from nny pixid prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would bo put up If asked to do bo. He further stated that while thlH prescription is often pre scribed In rheumatic nfllictlonH with splendid results, ho could see no rea son why It would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary trou- her i bles and backache, ub it has a peculiar 1 action upon the kidney structure. cleansing these most Important or gans and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids nnd waste matter which cause sick ness nnd suffering. Those who suffer ran make no mistake in giving It a trial. KNEW WHAT PAPA SAID. Pure Food. The pure food law does not prohibit the sale of Cream of Tartar Making Powders becauso Cream of Tartar la as pure as Alum but it is a well known fact that a baking powder In which Alum Is used instead of Cream of Tartar Is less Injurious. Dr. Herman Keiubold, the expert tJcrman chemist, In a recent official report concerning liaklug l'owders, declared that a pure Alum baking powder Is better and Icbs injurious than the so-called Cream of Tartar powders. He says that If tho quantity of alum contained In a suf ficient quantity of baking powder for a batch of bread or cakes for an ordi nary fumlly, be concentrated to ono mouthful of food, and taken Into the stomach of any one person, no mutter bow delicate, it could do no harm. Effective Rat Poison. A new plague protective or rat poison ha been discovered In India, It consists of a pasty substnnce Inocu lated with a bacillus. According to re port a rat which takes enough to cover a pin's head will not only die, but will Infect every other rat with which it comes in contact. Five vil lages have been selected by the gov ernment in which to tuuko tests of tho new poison. $100 Reward, $100. Th rffclf r of this piper will t pl-afl trt lfro that trtort ni "tie- ilnftlrd 1lce tttfti cteaca h brru tJp tu rurr la ill It" Ue ami that ! Jturrli. It i caiar.-ii i:tir i m omy pwnw euro imw kimwn tu tlmuirMicn imii-ruiiy. i.amrru brlnt c"iiiHuUiii i OlM'U. rfuiri a cniiiiuu lion! irenttijeni. lU.I'i itrrb are It tatuu in irrilly, v.-tltiit illrrctly Uin limbic, ami lutictiui arfarn" of i ha yLm. th'Tliy tl.i roy Itic tlm foUDdAtlon of the ditra. ami Kivlntc (hi ntlint trrOkMli tr ImlUtloit up the c.n-illuil"i ud wt umtire in dlim lt w-rn. lliv pr.'prlei.r Iiv much faith In U Lurmive piwri (tutl Uiy ffor Una Uumlrrd l..Jir f T nv lLtt ll full! U) cure. hfDd for II: of tf-etnitniiui. AiMrert K rilKK. ft ID . 1 ill?d. U. Hold Ur e:i lrucllt. T'c. Take llau'a Famliy 1'IIU f.r roiuttpfttlun. Not Saying Much for Ma. "Pa, is nm your lt hair?" "I BUppOHC F(l." "Still, that ain't say in' mwb for ma, is it?" SICK HEADACHE CARTERS I ITTLE IVER PILLS. Posltl vrly cured by Ihne Utile Pills. They a I no relieve Jla- trrHMfrom I)MHiKtn, lu tli-ntluuaii.lTotiUi'anj Kut i lip, A iwrfcel rvm fily (ur DlzlnrMti, Nttu- j Hfu, Drowning a, Had Ttrltil.i'Motith.'atft. I fit Ton ut. I 'inn in the Hide, TOlilll 1.IVKK. They rt-ifulttU) the Uowel. 1'urt-ly V Kvtuljle. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. The Dairy Woman and the Part She Has Had In Developing the Dairy Cow. It Is doubtful IT any of the valuable breeds of dairy cows could have been produced without the help of women That Ih. these breeds have been liroui'lit to their high stale of perl'cc tion because the people that have had I be care of iheni for centuries have been mostly women. The cows of the Channel Islands and the cons of Holland have been under the super virion of women for so long a time that "the memory of man runneth not to the contrary." Imagine, sas Fanners' Itevlew, Home of our western cowboys trying to develop a breed of dairy cows. Any dairy breed they might evolve would have the ability to run a four-minute gait and to scale fences with little trouble. The cow naturally partakes something of the nature of the one i that has charge of her. Kindness has made the Dutch cow and the Jersey cow kind. Harshness would have made them Into animals that few could milk. Gentleness has made them of a quiet disposition, inclined to chew the cud In contentment, In a feeling of perfect security. This con tentment has made the work of the mammary glands easy, and great capa cities for the production of milk and cream have been evolved. The Vnlted 8tates Is little likely to have a distinctive breed of dairy tows. In tho mnln, our cows hero are In the care of men. especially In the larger dairy establishments. On the farms where women milk that Is the only part they have in dairying. Men have most of the care of the ani mals. The dairy woman is best adapted to take care of the dairy cow. If more women take up dairying as an occupation It will be u good thing for the dairy Interests. They appreciate the value of the fine points In dairy ing, and the fine points are what reg ulate the value of the dairy output And It Was Something of a Variation of Old Adage. Tommy was stubborn and his teach er was having; a hard time explaining a small point in tho geography les son. "Tommy," teacher began, "you can learn this If you make up your mind, it's not one bit smart to appear dull. 1 know," she continued, coaxingly, "that you are Just as bright as any bov In the class. Iteniemher. Tommy, where there's a will there's " "Aw." broke In Tommy. "I know all (Int. I do. Me rudder's a lawyer, he is. an' I've heard him say it lots o' times. "You should not have interrupted me," reprimanded the teacher, "but I'm glad that your father has taught vou the old adage. Can you repeat It for me?" "Sure," said Tommy, confidently. "Me fadder savs dat where dor's a will der's nlway a hunch o' poor re lations." I.ippincott's. FUHIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD. Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body Nothing Helped Her Cuticura Cures Her in Five Days. "After my granddaughter or about seven years had been cured or tho measles, sho was attached about a fornlght later by a furious itching and painful eruption nil over her body especially the upper part of It, forming watery and bleeding sores, especlully under the arms, or considerable size. She Biiffared n great deal and for three weeks we nursed her every night, using nil the remedies wo could think of. Nothing would help. We tried the Cuticura Remedies anil ntter twenty four hours wo noted considerable lm provement, and after using only one completo set or the Cuticura Remedies, In five consecutive days the little one, much to our Joy, had been entirely cured, and haB been well tor a long time. Mrs. F. Ruefenacht, It. . 1). No S, Rakersfleld, Cal., June 25 and July SO, 1900." NO NEED FOR WORDS. CARTERS llTTlE IVER PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. MM JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION IN OLD VIRGINIA Complete in all Departments Open September. October, November, (jo via INorfork and Western Ity. Through Sleeping Cars St. Louei. i lo cayo. Toledo. Cincinnati to Norlelk. Low rates now in rtlcct. For all i li ft i it) At i nn call on your neareit Tirket Aeiii, with this ad., or write W E. HMIEWOOD. T C ., 420 Stair Lilt Bid!., Indiimpoln. I nd. ALIEN HULL. 0. P. .. W B BEVIU. 0 P. ., Columbul, Ohio. Hganoka, Virginia. Naw and Llbartl Hotata4 Rarfulationa In WESTERN CANADA New Diitrictt Now Opened lor Settlement Sitnn o the iholrM Untli in thf frairi bicw inff bflt of Sakatrho wn mill AltHMta liavo iirnily brrn np'-nrtl fur Mnlruirnl tiutlrr tin Kevirtl llt)nie.1cftd Kftfiilaiioni of C ati.tda. ThauiA nt1ft i)l home tf;(Uof ifsuuccirrtrh ar nnw vaii.i,tle. Th new rrKiilaiion mak It pMMltlf lor rntrjr lo be nial pioiy, tlir onpof tunny lliait many in thf I'nitrti Sialr havit burn vuiting fr. Any lit r in hi-r oT ft family mjy maWo miry f'if an? ulltcr member uf the family. wlmni.iT be m I it lea to in.iKB rniry mi itmnni ur iicim .1. Kntry may now bo mmlr ln-for lb Air!)! or Snb Aif'Mit vl tb' DittlKt hv iHinv. Utn rcitain roni-ll-l tons bv thr f.tdi'T, itiotliT- on. daiightei. bl olboT or Uier of nitt-mling bomcbteailt-r. An n ntimhrnsl vtlnn of ftifntn1B Iriit'tn Mrilt'ilM or 11.0 Vrrlf. Wwl iTttrmrff, rti-!'! Hiif ml . "t roMrrtxt. may It ti'tn- U'Mitrtl Iit an i-tr-i'iit Vi- M'lr (iMi'l nf family, or nil mrr ti ram uf irt , ! I lit iifnt nf an quartvr an tioii, uf H ai rrv, mtrrw ur ta." Tin ff in rarb r.i-;p will b to on, f'luirfbrt. iirlin. Itan.l in.ii h.iM-.xiwnii-nt HfiiMbyrl.malf. l)rnili.l rt. pi .n.I if."l t r.uiu iruiwiiiii and Cattlrr.ti nif l-t -'f t 1 iiuhiittif hor fnriiK i piitii-iilats tu i mcv romp, iw tHlii' to to au.i w line in luetic, ai'l'ty to J. S. CRAWFORD, 125 W. Ninth St., Kaotai City. Mo.; C. J.5KOLQIirU!1(Koom4Wluioty Bide, Cbitago, 111. ieulcr oi .lllic Itlll'liT rxtr.i tu;ilitv Ii-if I'.m ton Ixv? novfr ciios of often of intllpf'Ktifin truiiriit .V riciir. tuiuii co. Vuur JVi.na, ill. starvation, but HA KjtnsMS ON Phstetsi tvrittst " Jttiw ta tt.it that t A. if MteJ Tortmrttthfn in m .v-m mm, and wttutti Kaimtd mndtr minute phrrvativn during md unitfuffm kwtbttn rtiftdinrl" f.tTr.tMr " YmrtmrlltHtnm rarrl failn It iiii)lpf ;i.r iii'Narlwuii llif iift-fmr- iiltan t"H'lTr Ti) rtno lh iMilmin f lih(iimt im -urlr acid. fUKKNIMI'Li: t4m feklt iafar ; ,f.Ms..l.,M.tfMHl. fkKiMi llnIHI',t-l.a.VS nllfHiai , lfrh No) Avna (be TMrlttrllthlne C. i DEFIANCE SURCH-! t nunrri to 'tlio i'ckait .. . .. i...- ,,nU (J niinrns IlinA Prt') and -DIFIAHCI" IB SUPERIOR OUALITY. Etog .;" AI.I'OlillI, .) put ( ;m ANcsi-lalilo Prfpnrali.inforAs s i m i I ; 1 1 ini i Ik Food ;itn I Kcijiria liiigilicSioinaclisaiulDowilsd gj.in.ft-Tjiy Promolcs Ditlestionrhepiful iipss iinri Rcsi.Coniains ncittw Dpiimt.Mji'liluncnorMwt'ral. Not Narcotic. JtraptitOUtkSMIlFimffl jUx.Srmm AMtUll- Ctmtml Acer. teaifmiltmr. AncriVd Remftlv forrflnsIlM lion. Sour Slnnwch.Dlarriwi VVormsXom'ulsioiis.rcvTrisa mss antlLoss OF SCEEP. FscSimilt Sijnatw of NEW YORK ESQ vni-ll wiinir N m ( y t md.tl imii.iI. Ut rU froe. Wootjor, Ttt Wurkfi Hi., Nili J1 raiti hu PATENTS W .11 tiMl. il. I (' Ail HV dtm. i riu) nm. Jliglttwt ml. ""ilri'il Thompson's Eye Water I ... mm 111 I mlm.MJ2.Mimmr HvjALL by a ALL UKUtiUlilJ OR SENT BY POSTPAID ON RECEIPT! OF. PRICE 25 CENTS. MANUmCTURED BY ISAresiaCreamC? WACO. TEXAS. LADY AGENTS WANTED in every city or lown where we have not already an established agency. We should like an ener getic, capable woman to represent us and to sell Rohrei's Artesia Preparations. Full particulars sent on application. Address all Communications to ARTESIA CREAM CO, WACO. TEXAS. E-r, "PACKER'S SWik BALSAM t' - '( l-n.m, a ltnvit..l .... tSt Jl !or Kalla Ki Hoaturc (lrt 2lYt 'ST 10 " Toutliful Colo,. Sli - oa,, m-:t ,iiw. a h.iT tLMa m n.a'niiiai ImaM A. N. K. B (190740) 2198. For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of AltH Aw MP Or iaMasvwsMswrasaHTr Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years BASTORIA Town Lot Sales on a lki Railway On October 1 7th the opening sale of lots in the new town of Hettinger. North Dakota, will be held, and the sale at Bowman, North Dakota, will be held a little later. These towns are west of the Missouri River, on the Pacific Coast extension of the Chicago, kee m St. Paul Railway Hettinger is 22 J miles west of Aberdeen, S. D., and 131 miles west of the Missouri River in one of the best agricultural sections of the entire West. Hettinger will be the county seat of Adams County, North Da kota, and Bowman, of Bowman County, North Dakota. Special train service, including sleeping cars, dining cars and coaches, will be offered from Aberdeen for each sale. Fixed prices will be placed on the lots, and the choice will be by auction. Descriptive maps and folders sent free on request. Iilwau F. A. MILLER, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, CHIOACO. C. A. PADLEY, GENERAL LAND AGENT, MILWAUKEE. DAIRY DOTS AND DASHES. A hand separator wo J tiiktn care of will Inst for a Reneratlon. The tniin that owim a hand separ ator can feed warm tiklmtnllk to Ills atock. The averaRP permm'K Idea of clean HncBS corresponds with everyday conditions and conveniences. A cow so milked that she does not enjoy the operation will soon retire from the business of giving milk. Henerally the failure to make dairy ing pay I" due more to Inefficient man agment than to poor cows. In purchasing a cow for butter and milk do not he carried away by the breeding of the animal, but see that he has Individual merit. The application of elbow grease may ! be disagreeable, but It Insures clean milk, clean separators, clean butter, and generally a clean reputation. 1 A gallon of 30 per cent, cream weighs about eight pounds and five ounces. If It weighs less than that, It will surely test leu than 30 per cent I. Is better to milk the cows before feeiilng them, as they will then keep mote quiet Besides the dust from the hay or the odor from the silage l othr things will not got Into the UillU that ll being drawn. Brief Pantomime Told Everything to the Onlooker. Harrison Grey Flske discussed, at a dinner In New York, the art of act- ine. ! "I believe," said Mr. FiHke, "In sub tlety and restraint. A nod, a shake of the head, a silent pause theso things are often more effective than the most violent yelling and ranting. "Life is like that, subtle and silent. What, for Instance, could be more ex pressive than this Bcene, a scene without a spoken word, that 1 unce witnessed In the country? "An undertaker stood nn a corner near a noble mansion. lie elevated Ills brows hopefully and Inquiringly as a physician came from tho house. Tho physician, compressing his-lips, shook his head decidedly Bin! hurried to his carriage. Then the undertaker with a sigh passed on. Laundry work at tome would b much more satisfactory If the right Starch were used. In order to get the desired stiffness, it Is usually neces sary to use so much starch that the beauty and Oneness of tho fabric la hidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys the appearance, but aiso effects the wear ing quality of the goods. This trou ble can be entirely overcome by using Defiance Starch, as It can be applied) much more thinly because of its great er strength than other makes, Mildred Of course, I care more for a man's true love than for the amount of money ho spends." Clothllde "Oh, of course!" Mildred "But still, tt'i awfully bard to bold a cheap man dear." Fanciful Finance. "Haven't you loaned that De Broke a good deal of money?" No. I've lot him have a number ot small sums." "Knowing his reputation, why did you give him that last five?" "It was this way. He said If I'd let him have It he'd pay me something on what ho already owed me." "Well?" "So I lot him have the five and he paid me one dollar on account." Cauked Him to Warble. "How funny! Grandpa has been singing like a bird all the morning." "Ves, that is on account of the mlB take the dear old gentleman made nt breakfast." "What mistake?" "Why, he made a porridge out of the pack age ot birdseed and thought It was a package of oatmeal. Ten thousand of the greatest faults In our neighbors are of less conse quence to us than one of tho smallest in ourselves. Wbately. KIT.. St. Vitua Dunce and all Nervous )i-c.:m" pcrmniicntly cured by Dr. Klinr' (ileal Nerve Keatorer. Send for Free K.Oi' mil bottle and treatiw. Dr. R. II. Kline. l.,L Ml Areh St.. I'hiladeliihia. Pa. Sore disappointments of to-day often prove the grand blessings of to-morrow. Faber. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES laaadakriaMtf an4 lutareslonthatiittwdM. Ona tOe aaekaoa cotora all ft ban. Tha, dra In eold mta benat Haa siw othaf am Vwcaw. .UMnaM MOM ROC ORVB OO., Oaflmw, illlnolm Color maro aotwraion Enid's Prayer. The other night llttlo Knld, tired out by a day'B romping, was about to re tire for the night when her mother told her to say her pruyers, which she evidently was about to forget. This Is what sho suid: "Oh, Uird. If you know everything, you know 1 am very sleepy, so dooU-by till to-mortow night! ' j By following the directions, which ; are plainly printed on each package of Dedanco Starch, Men's Collars and I Cuffs can be made Just as stiff as de ! Blred, with either gloss or domestic 1 flntsb. Try It, 16 ot. for 10c, sold by all good grocers. She Enters Finance. ".lohn, where Is Sklmietn's broker age office?" "Why do you ask?" "I understand he Is offering some bargains in stneks, slightly damaged by water." Washington Life. You nlwaya get full value in Ijcwin' Single Binder n'ruiKlit Se cigar. Your dealer or ltcni' Factory, Peoria, 111. W. L. DOUGLAS S3.00 & $3.50 SHOES JtarfBHOE8 FOR EVERY MEMBER OF -. jft THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRIOE8. '1 &COlUUU )0o0fa Coaa not mm Urn moll Reward ITZZTnl . IxiiirIm hIhwh tiro worn hy morr nrnile , in imm'rumi of inrir To do tho common duty of each day uncommonly well that is success. 93 ma. BO mhomm ny oihmr mmnil moturme. TIIK ItKAROXW. L. tn all w.tlkHof Itfo tliin ftuv other nwkn oifHillfnt ntylit, eaT-fltttiift, ami u(rurr wpttrnig qimhtM'f. til'v'ti'iii of tliftleathm am! otliur itmtTinl lor f tvh part of the the( ami Pvnry tltail of thn mnklntr la jKkMl ufirr hy the moit fMinpMroritnnlz-'it Inrt of Mif riiitpnilrnu.fnrt'iuenain! Vthfl oli i maker, who rwire It if liltflnt wattm mil in I ho Ikmi ttwuftry, ami wiuum wnrkmaiminp em mot in c-cp11m. Jf I coulil titkti you Into tnv Hrc1 f and jOiow you Ikiw rarfnllv W. I.. IouuIh sh'wf ar nmile. you would then unttfraianil why thoy hold tlmtr httie. Ut loiter, wear loiiiit'r nnd am nf ert';i(T value than anv other nrtkH. My 94, OO mntt 9B.OO Otlt Edam Shorn emnnot bm mXtmrntlmd mt iiqrofc CAUTION ! I lo uuutu h V. I.. lionKiuai intiu- ttixt prl- UuiiimmI uu tKitUMif Tftk No HuliKtliiitn. Auk votir ih-nh-r for W. L. Ih.uKlim it he raiiooi uply you, l direct to factory. Mltuoi iut OTerywhuro by ntatl. Catalog: free. WXJ)ouuUa, Brockton. Mna ST. LOUIS SCHOOL AND MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS ITS Technical Classea Competently cover the FIELD, DRAWING. PAINTING. SCULPTURE. APPLIED ART tlluitratton, I'otUry. Bookblodlnf Couraea, I'ronoonccdly Practical SaoccaM Haa Qrand Prlae fro.-.l International Jury; Prom 81. Louta Taxea Haa IflO.nCO a year of Ita Income! Haa aj ,000 ,0O0 devoted tb lArl education la the laJt Olrastor, HALBEY C. IVtS, LL. D. Neit T.rm Opane, Sept. - WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK FREE I ceaaea I 100,000 I Wat I IDT1 F S "MO MONEY TILL CURD I rl lllae1 aJ DR3 TMOHMTOW t MIWOI'WO at-Ki 3D rod, rati luaa Taaarua BiacAJu.vrra 3u KaaaAj City. Mo. Because of tho ugly, grizzly, gray halr. Us "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, tl.OO, retail.