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—lll the Expectant Period Before the coming of the little one—women need to be pos sessed of all their natural strength. Instead of being harassed by forebodings and weakened by nausea, sleeplessness, or nervousness —if you will bring to your aid Dr, Pierce’s Favorite Prescription you will find that most of the suffer ing will not make its appearance. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is the result of a life study of ailments, disorders and irregularities peculiar to women. Its continued supremacy in its particular field for more than forty years is your assurance of the benefit to be derived from its use. Neither narcotics nor alcohol will be found in this vegetable prescrip tion, in liquid or tablet form. Sold by druggists or a trial box will be sent you by mail on receipt of 50 one-cent stamps. Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels Classified Column SACKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. For all purposes, every sack guaranteed, for immediate delivery and low prices write The California Junk Co., 110 S. Anaerson St., Los Angeles, Cal. BOILER AND MACHINE WORKS Founders, machinists, pattern makers, steel tanks, boilers, engines, ranges, fur naces, boiler repairs. Pioneer Boiler & Machine Works, S. W. Cor. Palmetto and Caroline Sts. Phones A2211, Main 2535. Finding Key in Dark. The latch key on a ring ordinarily is the most difficult to find, particular ly in the dark, but if it is attached to the ring it will come out right side up and ready for use. A chain saves the annoying experience of reaching home only to discover the keys have been left at the office, but for those who do not like to carry a chain, an extra ring may be attached to the important key in place of the chain. It is then easy enough to find the ring among the keys, even in the dark, and on getting hold of it, a slight shake brings the de« sired key into position for use. YOUR APPETITE Your digestion, your general health will all be greatly benefited by the timely use of Hostetler’s Stomach Bitters. It is compounded from abso lutely pure ingredients and and those best known as real aids to the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. It exerts a gen- ' eral tonic effect and helps Na ture promote health and strength in the entire diges tive system. Try a bottle to day but be sure you get HOSTETTER’S Stomach Bitters Daily Thought. The mind that is cheerful in its present state will be adverse to all solicitudes to the future, and will meet the bitter occurrences of life with a placid smile. —Horace. Optimistic Thought. We mount on the ruins of cherished schemes to find our failures suo cesses. WOMAN COULD NOT SIT UP Now Does Her Own Work. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta ble Compound Helped Her. Ironton, Ohio. —“ lam enjoying bet ter health now than I have for twelve .■■■■■■■i-iA. y ears - When I be gan to take Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta : ble Compound I |W pi could not sit up. I I?*-11| had female troubles ill and was very ner vous* I used the remedies a year and y7 I can do my work Aa V Vs* -//r and for the last eight Ps months I have worked for other women, too. I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound enough for I know I never would have been as well if I had not taken it and I recom mend it to suffering women.” Daughter Helped Also. “I gave it to my daughter when she was thirteen years old. She was in school and was a nervous wreck, and could not sleep nights. Now she looks so healthy that even the doctor speaks of it. You can publish this letter if you like.”—Mrs. Rena Bowman, 161 S. 10th Street, Ironton, Ohio. Why will women continue to suffer day in and day out and drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound? If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta ble Compound will help you,write to Lydia E.Pinkliam Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass.,for ad vice. Your letter will he opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. Worth While Quotation. “Anyone can carry his burden, how ever heavy, till nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day. Anyone can live sweetly patient ly, lovingly, purely, till the sun goes down. And this is all that life ever really means.” —Selected. HOW TO STOP DANDRUFF AND LOSS OF HAIR Here is a simple, inexpensive treat ment that will almost always stop dan druff and scalp itching, and keep the hair thick, live and lustrous: At night, spread the hair apart and rub a little resinol ointment into the scalp gently, with the tip of the finger. Repeat this until the whole scalp has been treated. Next morning shampoo thoroughly with resinol soap and hot water. Work the creamy-resinol lather well into the scalp. Rinse with gradually cooler water, the last water being cold. Resinol ointment and resinol soap are sold by all druggists.—Adv. Transit of the Human Voice. The sound of the speaking voice must be transformed rapidly into heat if it is to be heard distinctly. When the sound persists the echoes overlap and the acoustics of a room is faulty. By measuring the tones of the voice in a lecture room of Harvard university, which were at first audible for five and a half seconds after utterance, Dean Sabine of the graduate school of applied science changed the materials in the room with reference to the fac tors of reverberation, interference, and resonance or “echo” with pronounced success. An important article by him in the Journal of the Franklin institute concludes as follows: “While these several factors, rever beration, interference and echo, in an auditorium at all complicated are themselves complicated, nevertheless they are capable of an exact solution, or, at least, of a solution as accurate as are the architect’s plans in advance of construction. And it is entirely pos sible to calculate in advance of con struction whether or not an auditorium will be good, and, if not, to determine the factors contributing to its poor acoustics and a method for their cor rection.” You Can Get Allen’s Foot-East FREE Write Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y., for a free sample of Allen’s Foot- Ease. It cures sweating, hot, swollen, aching feet. It makes new or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. All druggists sell it. 25c. Don’t accept any substitute. (advt) Real Possum Hollow Discovered. That Possum Hollow is an actual place, and not a handy name for fic tionists is proved by the Putnam Coun ty Journal’s country correspondence. The staff correspondent at Possum Hollow writes that James Kenney visited his sister; James Kenney and wife called on Will Brancomb and wife; Ed Kenney and others cut and hauled their uncle, James Kenney, a nice lot of wood; Mrs. Dora Thomp son helped her aunt, Mrs. Kenney, cook for the men who cut and hauled wood for Mr. and Mrs. James Ken ney; Will Brancomb and family moved to the place Will rented from James Kenney; Mortimer Hill and his sister Ruth called on James Kenney and wife. It is to be taken for granted that James Kenney is the most popu lar citizen of Possum Hollow. Constipation causes many serious dis eases. It Is thoroughly cured by Doc tor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One a laxative, three for cathartic. (Advt.) Just a Hint. “Now, men,” said the genial em ployer, as his hands clustered round him at the breakfast hour, “this is the election, and I hope you are all going to vote. Now, I’m not going to teh who my favorite candidate is. Ev ery one of you is to be entirely free to vote as lie thinks best. But do you see that big barrel of beer over in the corner? Well, that barrel won’t be opened unless X gets in.” Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk handkerchiefs should be washed in a warm lather made with pure soap. This should be blued, as should the rinsing water. Roll up tightly in a cloth and iron the hand kerchiefs between linen or they will turn yellow. To Keep Cakes Moist. To prevent cakes from becoming dry, place them in a tin box with an apple, renewing the apple when it be comes withered. The cakes will not taste of the apple, and they will re main moist and soft. SHOPPING AND BUYING SUITE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO PROCEEDINGS. One Way May Not Be Exactly as In teresting as the Other, but It Can Be Made Far Moro Satisfactory. "Os all laziness!” Ellen Hillis ex ulaimed. “Lying in a hammock, star ing at the sky, at nine o’clock in the morning! What wouldn’t I give to be a. lady of luxury?” “Is it any more luxurious to be ly ing in a hammock at nine o’clock in the morning than to be calling on your friends at the same hour?” Isabel Truett laughed, piling cushions into the most comfortable piazza chair. “But I came on business —you might have known!” “And I was working very hard, as you might have known!” “Working!” Ellen scoffed, sinking in to the cushioned chair. “I don’t be lieve it.” “But I was. I was trying to decido whether to get a black hat trimmed with blue or a black hat trimmed with black.” “But how can you tell before you look.” Ellen’s eyes opened wide in amazement. “I can tell what I am going to look so you generally see what you are looking for.” Ellen sat up with energy born of the situation. , “But, Isabel, that’s absurd. You can’t tell till you look round. I mean you miss all sorts of lovely sugges tions, to say nothing of the time you spend thinking it all out beforehand.” “Do you like my blue voile?” “It’s a beauty, and the most becom ing thing I ever saw!” Ellen returned, generously. “Well, I spent an hour thinking It out, color, design and trimmings. I went straight to Morgan’s and asked for exactly those things—no others. Then I drew a sketch for the dress maker. The whole thing, aside from the fittings, of course, took me less than three hours. I think I was 15 minutes buying the materials. It may have been 20. That’s argument No. 1. How is your old rose coming on?” Ellen flushed. “I —I took it in and changed it,” she confessed. “I got gray, as I planned at first; I was afraid I’d get so tired of the old rose.” “But wasn’t that a lovely suggestion you found by looking round?” “But that is only a single example! It isn't fair to judge from one.” “How about your green parasol, and the blouse you went in town to ex change, and the hats you had altered, and the girdle you took back, and —” “I cry mercy!” Ellen surrendered. “I know you save your time your way—heaps of it. And your clothes are more becoming. But if I sat down and thought it all out at once, cold bloodedly, as you do, Isabel Truett, I shouldn’t feel as if I were buying clothes at all!” Isabel laughed up at her from the hammock. “That, my dear, is quite another question,” she replied.— Youth’s Companion. How Bullets Travel. That bullets neither whine, hiss, howl, hum, nor whisper, novelists to the contrary notwithstanding, is infor mation given by Mr. Edward C. Cross man in Outing. With one possible ex ception—when in certain conditions of open country modern military bullets hiss to those standing back of the fir ing line —nothing is audible except a sharp crash of air closing around the bullet’s base when it travels at high speed. At a velocity of 1,500 feet a second, or more, the noise is “like nothing so much as a long and very violently cracked blacksnake whip.” Those who stand far enough from the rifle hear the bullet’s crack and later the dull thudding noise of the rifle it self, which has been outspeeded. Jack London makes a soldier hit at 600- yard range first hear the sound of the modern rifle and then feel the blow of the bullet. But the bullet would have killed him half a second before the sound from the rifle reached him. Three Woman Senators. There are now three woman sena tors in the United States, since Miss Kathlyn Clarke of Glendale was elect ed state senator at a special election in Oregon. She ran on the Democrat ic ticket against two men and won with a plurality slightly under one hundred votes. The other two wom an senators are Mrs. Helen Ring Robinson of Colorado and Mrs. Frances Willard Munds of Arizona. Senator Munds presided over the Arizona senate recently during the consideration of a bill to amend the law relative to the fees and salaries of county officers. This is the first time in this country that a woman has presided over a legislative body Dog Faithful to Pauper. Charles L. Vanderpool, a wandering member of the Poole tribe, was found badly frozen and unconscious when picked up ten miles from Towanda and hurried to the poorhouse, where he is at the point of death. Both ears, his nose, both feet, and both hands were frozen. Accompanied by his one-eyed dog. he had started over “the hills to the poorhouse,” falling by the wayside. “D —n the booze!” was his first ut terance upon being restored to con sciousness. His dog remained faith ful, and was lapping tjie face of the man when found. —Towanda (Pa.) Dis> patch to Philadelphia Record. FOR REMOVING SILAGE Description of Devices in Use for That Purpose. v Overhead Feed Carrier Is Advisable Where Silo Is Adjacent to Feed Yard—Much Depends on Num ber of Stock to Be Fed. (By L. W. CHASE.) From two to three inches of silage should be removed from the entire surface of the silo daily during the summer months and at least half of this amount in the winter. In the above-ground silos the silage may be dug loose with a silage fork and al lowed to fall down through the chute to the ground, where it may be loaded into the cart or carriers and fed where desired; or it may be dropped directly into a cart, carrier, or wagon,' and taken to the stock. If the silo is adjacent to the barn and there is a smooth way from silo to feed manger, a simple* silage cart is the most convenient device for • . . b-s"; Y’ P- Illustrating How a Swing Track May Be Attached to a Strong Silo and the Silage Distributed to Several Feed Bunks. taking the silage to the stock. The cart can be left beneath the silo chute and filled from above without reshoveling the silage. Loose silage weighs about 18.5 pounds per cubic foot, and this should be given con sideration when building a cart for a definite capacity. More often than otherwise the silo stands either in or adjacent to the feed yard, in which case there is very seldom a smooth way from silo to bunks. An overhead feed carrier is then generally advisable. This de pends upon the number of stock to be fed. Such a carrier may easily be ar ranged. If the yards are small a swing track may be attached to the silo and the silage distributed to sev eral feed bunks. When several carloads of stock are being fed silage, the most convenient scheme is to throw the feed into a wagon and distribute it to the feed bunks with a team. Some sort of hoisting device should be used in pit and semipit silos. Where the pit is more than ten feet deep, hand hoists and power hoists are being used for this purpose. The simplest hoist is that of the bucket raised hand over hand, but this re quires one person in the pit and an other above ground. A better scheme and one which is practical where the silo is located in the barn between the mangers, is to obtain several baskets and equip them with stiff bails, then use them as follows; Fill the baskets and place them in the silo convenient for raising, climb out of the silo, and by means of a hook on a rope, hook a basket of silage to it and hoist it out. After the basket is emptied, drop it back into the silo, release the hook, and hook another basket. A homemade hoisting device for semipit silos and which can be adapted to pit silos as well, consists of a three inch pipe carrying a wooden wheel and two drums. An old milk can filled with scrap iron is used as a counter weight. It should be slightly lighter than the weight of the cart and the silage. A horse-power hoisting device is easily used for silos entirely below ground. These silos have an opening An Adaptation of a Feeding Arrange ment Which Can Be Used as Well for Above-Ground Silo as for Bank Silos. in the roof through which silage is hoisted. The carrier is a box about four feet long by two feet wide, hav ing a hinged bottom. The box is hoist ed and pulled over to the dump chute by means of one horse. A trip rope allows the operator to dump the silage through the chute and return the car rier. An ordinary hayfork cable and carrier are used. This same arrange ment may be used for feeding into several bunks. Well-Fitting Collar. See that the collar is large enough, and fits properly to the shoulder of the horse. Sore neck is usually caused by a pinching of the collar. Never carry buckles or snaps on the hames in such away that they may work under the collar and cause ugly sores. Beauty in Straight Rows. Straight rows enhance the appear ance of the orchard. It will pay to have a surveyor set the stakes for tb*» trees. ®COLT DISTEMPER You can prevent this loathsome disease from running through your stable an 1 cure all the colts suffering with it when you 'Jegin the treatment. No matter how young. SPOHN'S is safe to use on any colt. It is wonderful how it prevents all distempers, no matter how colts or horses at any age are “exposed.” All good druggists and turf goods houses and manufacturers sell SPOHN'S at 50 cents and $1 a bottle; $5 and $lO a dozen. SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chem ists and Bacteriologists, Goshen, lnd. f U. S. A. Delicate Hint. Fred, four years old, and his moth er were visiting a friend. Invariably when they came the hostess would have some cake and coffee for them. This time she did not make anything. Fred, after waiting some time, became impatient and anxious. Wishing to remind her as delicately as possible, he said as he went into the other room: “I’ll play the piano. Call me when the coffee’s ready.” YOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU Try Murine Eye Remedy for Red, Weak, Watery Eyes and Granulated Eyelids; No Smarting — just Eye Comfort. Write for Book of the Eye by mail Free. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. Uncle Eben. “When a man is his own worst en emy,” said Uncle Eben, “it’s generally because he ain’t got energy enough to pick out an enemy dat ’ud be hard to lick.” Plague's Awfui Death Roll. In six months in the seventeenth century 380,000 persons died in Naples of a plague. STANDARD NON - SKID TIRES Your choice 4 well known makes FRESH STOCK FIRST QUALITY Guaranteed, at WHOLESALE PRICES Plain Non- Plain Non- Tread Skid Tread Skid 28x3 $ 6.10 $ 8.05 33x4 $13.70 $15.55 30x3 6.90 8.15 34x4 14.20 16.50 30x31/2 8.90 10.60 35x4 15.00 19.10 31x3'/ 2 9.00 11.50 36x4 15.40 17.50 32x3'/ 2 9-45 12.00 35x4[/ 2 18.25 21.50 34x31/ 2 10.35 14.10 36x4J/ 2 18.75 23.00 31x4 12.40 15.00 37x4'/ 2 19.25 26.80 32x4 13.15 17.25 36x5 22.50 29.45 37x5 23.00 30.50 Tires shipped C. O. D. Money back on goods returned intact within ten days. Prices subject to change. Bank references by permission: Los Angeles Trust and Savings Bank, Ger man-American Trust and Savings Bank, R. G. Dun & Co., or Bradstreet’s. You cannot beat our prices. Call or phone us. Geo. H. King Rubber Co. WHOLESALE DEALERS 1331 S. Main St. Main 5750 Los Angeles, Cal. 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