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get up with a
bad taste In
la there a
Then you have a poor
appetite and a weak dila
tion. You are frequently
diiiy, always feel dull and
drowsy. You have cold
hands and feet. You get
but little benefit from your
food. You have no ambition
to work and the khnrp pains
of neuralgia dart through
What is the cause of all
will Rive you prompt relief
and certain cure.
Koop Your Blood Purm.
If you have neglected your
case a long time, you bad
1st). It will remove all
Impurities that have been
accumulating in your blood
and will greatly strengthen
WrUo I ho Doctor.
Thrt tnJ b oini?U.inf Abttlt
tour "U do quit ut.tlr
uud. Wrfl tin ltr frlj: ml
him hrm ym art nlTrili. Yu
w.il promptly rr-W til bMI
mtUlrjil n'ltii.. Aluri,
Hr.J.C. Ar, Ltnrdl, Xta.
A Natural Black by
-f". A. Ac -
It Is probably a fact that no variety
of fowl has so quickly mid so com
pletely lakeu captive the heart of the
practical poultry keepers as have the
White YVyandots. They are encroach
ing upon the popularity of the Barred
Plymouth Hock, which for a decode has
been the most popular breed of poultry,
by far. In the list The reason for the
high estimation In which the Wyandot
Is held Is not far to see. In the first
place, !t has a splendid market form
and is, moreover, a most excellent lay-
Til TIT' .u 4'. 9 Vi
tnge to have what Is teiincu a "ii!it
feeder," a It Is Impossible for a cow j
to yield milk in large ijuautitics uulrsi
alio consumes sulllcleiit food from
which to produce the milk. Io uot re-!
duce the food because of a scarcity, but
buy bran and linseed meal. Economy
In the saving of food means a loss In
the product. Fond bi ought on the farm
Is not only an addition to the raw ma
terial to be utilized, but Increases the
A frapp' j of Ladders.
One of the most Important things In
harvesting fruit Is to have a good sup
ply of ladders. The modern methods of
pruning trees do not requlr the long
and Inconvenient ladders thnf were for
merry used by leaning them against the
tree and picking the fruit from the out
side. This always had the effect of
destroying many small limbs and strip
ping the bark from larger ones where
the ladder rested. Light, self-supporting
ladders that can be set under tree,
so that the picker need not climb
through them, are what are needed.
The saving In fruit by picking from
these self-supporting ladders will repay
their cost any year when the fruit crop
VAiiiATi J 4 i I.I LirtdATUaE.
er. The fowls are quiet and the hens
ninke excellent mothers, In fact, they
cannot be excelled In this respect.
When wanted for market, the Wyandot
Is always pluiyji and fat, and this Is a
condition, too, that is true of them at
almost any time after they are ten
weeks old. Another point, in favor of
the Wyandot Is Its quick maturily. It
can be got to laying In live months after
hatching. All varieties of Wyandota
are of great practical worth, but the
white variety is accepted everywhere
as being the practical fowl par excel
lence. .New England Farmer.
Trie M ceuU of all druKgtiU or
K. I tUU Co., Nlio, N. H.
Extremes are dangerous. Oneo'aso!
tanner do not f ed enough tor profit,
especially alter grass is gone, whi.e the
Other claas believes ill the theorv of "th
mote feed the more product." Both ae
wroni An animal may consume mora
lood than it can digest, making 'he pro
duct expensive. Feeding depends upon
variety. Too mU'h corn or eround grain
In i he summer season wi!l isuee bowii
difficulty, and an excess In winter with
out the addition of bulky material givei
no corresponding be-ient, as it is voided.
Give the animals a sufficiency, but not
exclusively of One kind of food.
( Hall's Catarrh Ci re
la taken internally. Price 75 cents.
If there Is what Is commonly called a
special all-purpose cow. that Is. one
which is excellent for the dairy and
good for beef. It is doubtless the
Guernsey. It belongs to the so-called
Channel Island races, rhe origin of
which H'Hms to have been the cattle of
Normandy, the nearly adjoining pro
vince of France, but being a part of
Great l'.rludn for many centuries. The
cut Is one of a prize cow which re
cently gained the first prize at the Eng
lish dairy exhibition, and the Lord
Mtiyor's cup In a milking contest In
London. She Ib an excellent type of
this breed, w hich Is noted specially for
the high quality of butter, and IU fine
color, boating the Jersey In as regard
the fine grain .and high rich flavor of
her product This cow will aurpMS the
Jersey, one half at least. In the weight
of carcass, and still more In the quality
The V.emt l'ayn Hett.
A Canadian dairy farmer found out
what the B;i brock test would do for
him. He had twenty-four cows and
two hired men. He tested the cows
and found that eight of them did not
pay for their keep. He dlsjswed'of the
eight and one hired man. At the end of
the year he found he had made as much
money as when he had kept the twenty
four cows and two hired men. He re
duced his herd sliil further to twelve
first-class animals, and from them ex
pects to get as much Income as he used
to get from the twenty-four.
For Menilinz Harness.
Take two pieces, 1x5 Inches, 2 feet
long, trim one end of each to a nice
edge to hold leather, and nail to block
4x5 Inches, cut five inches long and
(hampered off so as to bring points
of board together at top. Saw one
board off one-half inch below top of
Uneasy lies the
wears a last year's bonnet.
It Can Be Mads to Go.
"Th melancholy days have come
baa rheumatism come with them? II
can be made to go right off by the use of
Bt. Jacobs Oil, which cures and leaves
no trace behind;
All's (air in love except flirtation; and
that's only halt fair.
DKWET PUIII.IHIIINI1 COM PAST. Wwlfluld MM
n ifiiu err.r U,r lilt of Aln.lrl (icuw
Dr oa Uwjr rmllr HbUir)r1 hiiiO.mclT lllu
' Pafe Ixito I,-ltrr Ink.
"Ink sultsble for love letters" la ad
vertised by a I'arlslan stationer. It la
made of a solution or Iodide of starch,
tnd characters written with It entire
ly fade In four weeks.
TIIK OUKIIN6KT COW.
block, and rejoin with hinge of leather
or rubber belting. Nail two strips 1x2
Inches and 20 inches long, one on each
end of block to make stand up. Make
hand lever, as figure 1, with a cylindri
cal roll at end, 2 Inches in diameter and
2 Inches long. I'ut hole one-half Inch
from upper side, fasten In place with
two' pieces of stray Iron running
through slots In clamp boards, and with
holes In each end to receive slxteen-
penny wire nans, one mrougn nana
lever and one on outside of opposite
board. An old bed spring will do for
spreader. Practical Farmer.
Prfint Ir' Literary lm'tatloa of Mimi
cal Cumpixltiotiii Common Yrnrs Ai;o.i
f-'otne twenty live yea 8 ago t! ero
was a Btyie of musical composition
much in .vogue known as varia
tions," says a writer in the Atlautic
Monthly. It ap.ieaied in dozen
paged sheets entitled ''Home, !weet
Home with Variations"; "Coming
Through the Re with Variations";
Let Aie Kiss Him for His Mother"
(also "with Variations")-, and scores
of ctheM, all 'w.th Variations."
The distinctive plan of the-e com po
sitions and whatever their individ
ual characteiiatic, they were, as a
whole, without variation consisted,
hrt, In a nrauft or two of banging
prelude, closely followed by a simple
little air that somebody else had
written. This delloitui.v announced
the theme to be "varialed," which
was next hea d behind a thin screen
of artfully arranged arpeggios. Then
it donned a deep disguise in the bass,
to become! barely reoogni able In the
trcu.e with triils, ditto in bass, in
the trelrle with runs ditto in bass,
and finally lot itsoir in a company
of crashing chords so overpowering
that one could not be certain whether
the original air had been "i 'omins
Tlirough the live" o:' "Let uie Kiss
Him for His Mot.be ."
A similar sort of treatment has
now invaded the art of loiters; that
to sav, It has ati'ected the entire
twenty-six, as well as the select seven
to be iound upon the piano keyboards
It doesn't nowadays ratisfy a writer
to say morel v, "One summer niorn-
inr, tine and early, 1 was walking
through the woods." lie immedi
ately goes on (taking the word
"early" as his keynote), 'Jhe sun
h;;d not been long abose the horizon
and the air was yet migrant with
at night's dew." Then, with "line"
and "summer ' as texts, lie tells us,
Everywhere were the green and
luxur.ant footprints of light-stepping
summer." r-Urting next from (1)
I." ,'.'1 "walking" and ('') "woods,"
be informs us, -As my feet pressed
e suit moss faint forest odors filled
the air. the crackle of a dry stick was
heard and a startled gray squirrel
scatnperel up me giant ork on mv
left." liacapo, 'On such a giortous
murning I was glad simply to he
alive, and were we ail young-risen
sun, trees flowers, moss and little
'And so, dinning and further di
luting tin idea, it is hard to tell just
what deurceof strength It may origin
ally have possessed, rhe strength of
the w.-ite1, It Is, however, more easy
i ki.i. Lou &jecj.
t)o not have too much air blowing
,hrui:;;h your room at uiglu. or Neural
pi a may creep upon juu u;w uu
1 deep, hut if it conies, use St. JacoM
:Oil; it warms, soothes and eurei
Deliberation H a m:ghty good thing in
Its way, but it has broken mighty few
! - - t 41. m
With a better undersianuing u. v.
transient uature of the loun.v phys
ical Mm which vanish before P"'"
ria-htly direeted. There Is coaiion .
the knowledge, that so many forrns ol
ikknaasaraaotdueto any actual dis
IWbut simply to a constipated condi
UoToitha.ystem. which t e ple
feallT laxative, Kyropof Figs, prompt,
IzTT' ti. la w ir It la the tmly
Sy -th mlllionaof -'
arervwhere esteemed ao bigbly by al
wl W th. lis ocneucwi
r.:"'"" iia. that M the
ODTremedy which promote inter".
zrT.Jr.TZ.' i.Kn lh tatlng the
SST whlchitita. It is therefore
alTlmportanl, In order to (ret
tcUl efffcU, to note when yon pur
Sit. That you hlCU EcaU:
U, which is manufactured by the Call
foniU Vig Hyrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druUU.
II In ths snjoymeii of gjd stnt,
ana the arstem 1s rejrular. Iaxat'
X, remdlea ara then not needed U
JUoUd with y.i'SiiMW
May be eommetided to the
Syalcl.na, but if In need of a tmttra
Sis should hars tba bast, w th.
of the meat. In this respect mis nreea
stands very blgh, and very nearly ap
proaches the Devon. This cow gave
275!4 pounds of milk In a week, of
which was made sixteen pounds of
butter weighed before sailing. The
brew! generally Is noted for gentleness
and good disposition.
Itutterlne cannot compete with good
butter. There Is no ucn ining as me
dium butter. If it Is not choice it de
serves no place In the market. Much
of the butter sold Is unlit for use, and
the cause Is Ignorance In making it.
In Kurone dairy schools have been es
tablished for many years, the result
belnir ft rapid advance In the methods
of butler -making, lu this country dairy
schools are beginning to be established
nml are well attended. Ilutter-tnaking
begins when the milk Is drawn Trom
the udder, the strictest clennlluess be
ing observed. 1'ilth and carelessness
are the obstacles In the way of good
foil for Itulba
Dutch bulbs are the easiest of flow
era to grow. Those who have failed
with almost every other kind may
count on success with these. Hut even
bulbs like ctrtaiu things better than
cert u in other things. Kor Instance, In
fertlllr-crs. the Dutch gardeners long
ago showed us that rotted cow manure
Is preferable lo any otner. Where this
Is used some sand )i-uld be mixed with
It to lighten the soil. Hull do nol bki
a soil that is either extremely wet or
dry. Any soil that Is well suited to
vegetable culture win, u " i nc, :
answer for growing the Dutch bulba
to pcrfeetlou.-Vhk's Magazine.
Rriiiitna I'cach Trc.
It Is usually done In the spring,
though It can he done In the late fall,
but with the liability of some of the
branches beli.B " inter killed, thus ne
cessitating cutting a.a!!i In the spring.
ri.e U-st form is lo leave l.ie trees rain-
r open in the center, so as to admit the
annllfht snd permit of free circulation
of air. The peacn tree can rnmire r-
fere pruning and aeems to uinve wnen
tuch la done- All dead limit, or tnose
that art diseased, niuai ue nmmwi ai
onca. . j
Light rsMlaat, Utile Milk.
Tt has been demonstrated that a row
will sat as nvrn aa seventy five pnuuds
of graaa food In ons day. This apiesri
aa a largs quantity, but such cows sre
also prodncsta of mora aallk than cows
which sat but llttla. It Is of ns advaav
The zigzag plan of building tempor
ary board fences Is recommended by a
correspondent, who says: If the boards
are 1(J feet long, set the posts iy feet
apart and In a straight line. Put the
boards on as shown In sketch, nailing
one panel ou one side of the post and
the next one on the other, with the post
In the center of the board on the oppo
site side of the board. This method of
putting on boards bends them slightly,
and the boards are Inclined to bug to
the post. In case an animal pushes a
hoard loose from the post If It Is not
broken It will spring back to Its place,
making It appear tight, thus present-
EIO.AO IIOARK FBNCK.
Ing no Inducement
Kami and Home.
to stock to Jump,
Frank In a Diplomatic Way.
Edith There Is one thing in particu
lar that I like Mr. Tactln for. He Is so
frank, you know, lie always tells me
of my faults, without the least hesita
tion. That was the agreement I cauaed
hlin to make.
Kertha And you mean to say that
you do not get angry with him?
Bertha Tell me some of the faults
he has found In you?
Edith Oh, he hasn't found any yet
When I ask him to name them he al
ways says that I am faultless. Boston
I know that mv life was save! by Piso's
Cure tor Consumption. John A. Aliller,
Au bable, Michigan, April 21, 19D.
About the moet iin possible thing possi
ble iB the milkmaid in a comic opera.
rtortT. H:,c for Kl, K.f : :. trial tx.UI,' r,d treti.
ju. U H. KLINJE. Ltd., '-til Ait-1) Str,-ut, 1'luiu.ielpiiiu, l'a
Any man who ie bdious is more or lees
SJra. Wlnslow'gHoOTHiNG Strup tor child-
en Veethiug, softens the sums, reduces lnttum
nation, allaya BHin, cureswiud colic. 26c bottle
Some men are born liars, while others
are compelled to acquire the art.
WA.NTKD.-Cawof llu-1 Ural . Ii that K-r-P'A'H wtll
ool h.-iiflt. Si'tnl f, feTHs e Hlfi.-iii Chemical Ct
New York, for 10Rainpit-8an,l l.-r'i t.-stilnoiUals.
81'OiiIES UF RELIEF.
Two Letters to Mra. Pinkham,
If cos in Hummer.
The cheajiest way to keeps flock of
bens in fcummer ii to turn them on a
range and let them pi k up all the food
required, aa they will fill their crops
several times a day with buge.graas Beed,
worms, etc. When led grain during hot
weather the fowls are liable to become
too fat, in which condition the bens do
not lay and are then also more liable to
disease. Egg mav not be high in sum
mer, but they can be produced at a very
luia l coat at that season if the hens are
ma'ie to fees ini'ir iooh
Mrs. Joitv Williams, EngHshtowii,
N. J., writes :
' D::ar Mrs. Pinkham: I uannotb
gin to tel. you how I su.'fered befora
taking your remedies. I was so weak
that I couldhardly walk across the floor
without falling. I had womb troubla
and such a hearing-down feeling ; alao
suffered wilh my back and limbs, paia
in womb, inflammation of the bladder,
piles and indigestion. Before I had
taken one bottle of Lydia E. I'inkham'a
Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal
better, and after taking two and ona
half bottles and Jialf a box of yon
Liver Pills I was cured. If more would
take your medicine they would not
have to suffer so much."
Mrs. Joseph Petekso-V, 513 East St.,
Warren, l'a., writes:
'"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I have suf
fered w ith womb trouble over lifteea
years. I had inflammation, enlarge
ment and displacement of the womb.
I had the . backache constantly, also
headache, and was so dizzy. I had
heart trouble, it seemed as though my
heart was in my throat at times chok
ing me. 1 could not walk around and
I could not lie down, for then my heart
would beat so fast I would feel as
though 1 was smothering. I had to
sit up in bed nig-iits in order to breathe.
I was so wak I conld not do any
thing. " I have now taken several bot
tles of Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetablo
Compound, and used three pack
ages of Sanative Wash, and can say
I am perfectly cured. I do not think
I could have lived long if Mrs. Pink
ham's medicine had Dot helped me."
Edna Blimbir stole a ball bearing
cliainU-ss wheel, didn't he?
Mddred Yes, dear, and now ba't
wearinn a ball bearing wueellesa cbaia
New York World.
"Well, baby, did dear papa sing yoi
to sleep last night like mamma does?j
"No'tn. lie played he wua a big blacl
bear an scared me "o sleep." Detroit
Hint for i:eckeerer.
Moth worms bother Italian bees very
Spring dwindling Is the result of bad
Bees require ventilation In the hive
during the winter.
The nourishment of the bee consists
of honey and pollen.
Honey will ripen Just aa well outside
of the hive as In It.
In wintering It Is always beat to take
away oil but one queen.
With good care combs may be mad
to last a good many years.
The size of the wits does not deter
mine the sex by any means.
A piece of ground taken up with bee
hives Is of little value for anything else
Bees when building comb commence
at the top and hang In heavy clusters
to their corubs.
Keep the brood as near ths renter as
poanlhle, and the honey nearest the out
Coort chaff hives are quite a protec
tion to nrly brood rearing If ni..:iaged
The queen, no matter how prolific,
should he confined to the apace occupied
by the cluster.
Do not allow any drone comb to re
main In the hive except ths colonies you
wish to breed from.
The pure Italian Itees show three yel
low or golden bunds encircling the body
when the bees sre Ailed with honey.
Ths blvss should not be shifted
around from on plaea to another, aa
the bees will get confused and It will
often Incite robbing. at. Louis Republic
litisiine Is a l,on"lv Tnnjne Mill.
The question, Who are the I'.asques?
that mysterious people who give
their name to the 1'.. y of U s av is
nlways cropping up, and l'rof. von
dertiabcleiu. has recently endeavored
to show that, the Basque lunguage
belongs to the African Berber family
of speech for example, the Kabyle
and . Tuareg. II is evidence only
amounts to a few culture words being
identical in the Basque aud Berber
languages, and certain analogies in
the laws of phonetic change. More
over, he assumes that the Basques
and Iberians wore the same people.
But, as Canon Isaac Ta.vior points
out, the Iberian tongue, according to
our highest authorities, was different
from the Basque, and the French
Basques are a different race from the
Spanish Basques, who are a feebler
people of the Iberian type. If we
assume that the Basques con iuered
the Iberians we can account for the
resemblances noticed by l'rof. vonder
(iabelenf, btcau-e the Iberians, of
Berber origin, in a" uiring the
language of their conquerors, would
retain their own phonetic tendency,
ami aNo some ctiUu'e words in v;oth
languag s, As CanottTaylor remarks,
we mav still believe tint the Basque
language Is allied to the L'ral-AlUic
type. 1 otidoti U'obe.
IMtic Needles Vs. Moths.
The sea -on for packing away cloth
log Tor the winter has come and
moths sometimes do damage in the
fall and w ntcr as well as spnng. The
following from a writer in the In
dit'i'a t anner may, therefore, be use
lul: ' I have Just been circumventing
the wily inoih, and as I dislike the
odor of camphor and tar as much as
ever they do, 1 seldom use either. I
once packed a balsam Hr pillow away
among my woolens, and negicei-en w
take any precautions again-t moths
In that trunk. 1 was almost
afri id to open it the next fall, ex
pecting to tlnd thing In It ruined.
hut a fragrant oc.or or pines greeted
my nostrils and not a sign of uioth.
took tho hint and ever since nave
used pine needles in place or trie
odious ciirbolated preventives. Every
one knows they won't go near cedar.
1 wish my lady readers would try my
plan and make bags of pine needles
to put umong their packed away
woolens. An ither delightful pre
ventlve Is to mU sachet bags of
ground spices, cloves, cinnamon, all-
sd re. and orris root. Tiiis.ot course,
is quite expensive ami is useu oniy
for iuj especially n ee ihlns."
Pemember tiie name y
when you bay again.
"A Handful of Dirt May Be a Houseful
of Shame." Keep Your House
Had an Katenslve Circulation.
'.lack" McCorthy Is a character up
In Hazleton, where ho runs the daily
paper. Ills advertising methods re
original, as well as ellcctual. He whs
anxious to get business from a Urm
that advertised In his Held, and
wrote soliciting an order for bia
paper. The reply came:
"Where does vour paper go?"
With promptness, Jack answered:
"To North and Kouth America,
Europe; Asia and Africa, and It is all
1 can do to keep It from going to
Ife got the
contract Nw York
Ir slander be a make. It is
winged one, I flies aa well as creeps
- I KcM both fMar an4 ttii per
I 4 lvH Jv In OtM ar4eaft atormc.
LrVl iSm Flak BranS Pwtimal Slicker
f l la tiffinl? new. M act (or male hi
v iiniir fcnM ni, m riunrut m
A. J. TOW6K. Bettor, Man,
Vm Bw i aaawaatal
In liali laa er Tfiaraang
ajaai f paaaaaaaa.
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