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. iMODS OF PAIN.
1 ::' T: '
Menstruation, the balance wheel oi
woman' life, is also the bane of exist
ence to many bee a u be It means a time of
While no woman is entirely free from
periodical pain.it does nut seem to Rave
been na- mmv7
ture s plan
Lydia E. T'ink
h&ma V (ro
tor known to
ence. It relieves the condition that pro
duces so much discomfort and robs men
Ktraation of its terrors. Here ia proof:
Drab Mka. Pinkham: How can 1
thank yon cnoujrh for what you have
done for me? When I wrote to you I
was siiffering' untold pain at time of
menstruation; was nervous, had head
ache all the time, no appetite, that tired
feeliuff, and did not care for anything.
I have taken three bottles of I.ydia E.
I'inkham's V'-petable Compound, one
nf Blood l'urifler, two boxes of Liver
Tills, and to-day I am a well person. I
would like to have tlioM.- who suffer
know that I am one of the many who
have been cured of female complaints
by your wonderful medicine and advice.
Mim J i; n.n IK I!. Mii.m. Leon. Wis.
If you lire sufTeririii in this way, write
is Miss Miii- did to M rs. l'iukhara at
Lynn, Mas'... for the advice which hhc
offers fp -t.i, '.-l! ..
1 1 ia ) I j
The horse is made of lifjht material.
The cut explains Itself. The rung B
should be 1'4-lnch stuff, put In with
shoulders cut down to 1 inch where it
goes through the legs. The runs Is put
down so the ears of corn will not catch
when pulled forward. Corn-lmsUliig
makes lame hacks anil sore hands.
The horse will help the back and the
following recipe will help the hands:
Take white wax. one-quarter ounce,
spermaceti, one-quarter ounce; almond
oil, one ounce: glycerine, two ounces.
Mix, melt the wax and stir in the oils
until they are perfectly mixed and still
lieen the, custom. The best soils are
Done too gooil for the apple orchard,
find such will develop much larger
trees than will the poorer hillsides so
oiiunoiily chosen for orchard sites In
the pa t. For the stronger growing
kinds like the It. I. (Jreenlng, liellllow
er and r.uhiii, a distune? of forty feet
Is none too much, while those with less
spreading heads like the Northern Spy
and lieu Iavis should have thirty feet
space each way. This assumes that
the orchards are regularly to be culti
vated, a prncilce that now prevails In
all good orcharding.- Viek's Monthly.
A Truthful tMiuiun,
Counsel ''What is your age, madam?"
Witness: "Forty-seven, ir."
Counsel : "Married or e'nide?"
Witoesi: ''Siiule. I i.evi r had an
Her of marriage in my 1.1c, and if it it
of any interest, to the Court, 1 don't
mind sa-ing that I hve wo:n fa ee hail
lor nearly thirty yer."
Counsel : "Hern ! That is all madam.
There is no ute trying to tdiake ih di
rect testimony of to truthful a nom a
M jou are."
Sent Free to All.
The John M. Smyth Company, l."0 to
106 West Madison street, Chicago, Is the
largest household furnishing establish
ment in the world. Their immense and
beautifully illustrated catalogue, showing
style and quality of all kinds of furniture,
carpets, bicycles, sewing machines, china,
laee curtains, ofllee and church furniture,
la sent free ou application. This great
catalogue not only illustrates the styles
nd quality, hut gives prices for all arti
cles as well. It should be in every family.
Helping I lie v. hur ll.
There Is something Inexplicable In the
attitude of some women In moderate
clrcumatance regarding their financial
duty to the church. "Iet the rich con
tribute, I can't afford it." says the wonv
an who spends 50 cents for a buckle, r
quarter for bonbons ami throws a pen
ny Into the collection lx. It would Is
amusing If It were not so shocking, U
iote the richly gowned. Jauntily mllU
nered, daintily gloved young persot
who has notlilng but a dirty little cop
per to offer In the house of Hod. T!i
widow's mite 1 never a despicable
thing; the small coin of tovprty Is a
generous proportion of her all. but tin
really Indigent woman Is not adorned
In fashionable attire. A poor washer
woman would be ashamed to give th
miserable offering so unblushlngly
handed out by many flne-plumaged
dame and demoiselle.
Hl -KtVO IIOI1SK.
Care of Tonnto Plant.
Tomatoes may be forced in winter
like other plants. The house should be
light and warm, the roof live feet nhove
the bed or benches, plenty of light be
ing essential. The temperature should
be from lit) to ;." degrees at night and
70 to SO degrees din ing the day, the soil
to be rich, and ( lose personal attention
should be given the plants. The Mowers
must be pollewi'.eil by hand in winter,
which is done by knocking the pollen
from the flowers when the ntmosphere
Is dry and catching It in :i spoon Into
which the st'ignia should be i!i-est. The
plants should be w,-II v. :.:.ivd as re
quired, instead of a !':.! ;.ud often, and
should be trained to stakes, the surplus
branches cut away. They may be also
grown In large pots or boxes.
continue to stir until cool. Apply to
the hands two or three times a day.
Wash the hands In warm water and
apply the salve while the hands are
still quite damp, and rub them until
dry. Ohio Farmer.
At a meeting recently by the Texas
State Live Stock Sanitary Hoard, nt
Fort Worth. Inspector Dean, of the
Itureau of Animal Industry, said the
department was satisfied with the dip
ping experiments recently made there
and elsewhere, and Insisted on main
taining the present quarantine line and
a close season. He says dipping sta
tions will shortly be established along
the quarantine line. Inspector Dean
nqsirted satisfactory results attending
the rattle, recently dipped and shipped
to Illinois. He advised dipping in mod
erate weather In order to avoid the ef
fect of exposing the cattle to either
heat or cold while their hair was sat
urated with the oil. The formula of
the preparation which he recommends,
and which hns been adopted by the
Government, consists of pnrtlln oil,
known as dynamo and sulphur.
new novel by George (ilsslng, call
ed "The Town Traveler," describes the
experiences of a London "drummer."
The adventures are complicated with a
100 Reward, tin
uutsr nf dii inno of iili"aed
to learn that there in nt Ifuit one un-adi
diaeaae that science Iihi heen able to t r
Id all its stagei, ami thai is is'sr b
Hall's Calsrrh Cure h. the onl poMim
etire known to the judical P-Met-ilty
Catarrh being a constitutional ilmea. re
quires a cenntitutional treatment. iln'i'l
Catarrh Cure is token internally, act n(
dl-'-ctlv -i the blood and mucous mrbum
I toe aitem, lliereby dsiroung th
foundation of the dieni". and giving tin
patient strength hv building up the con.
Illtution and insisting nature in iloitig it
work. The proprietors have so much tsiih
talU curative power-, that Uk-v otle - On
Hundred Dollars tor any ca-e that it tail'
loeure. fcend for bar ol tettimonia'a.
Address, t. J. CHKNKY CO lo edo.'.
ftBold by Druggist, "'
' AJciander Black, author of "Ills
Jerry" nd "A Capital Courtship." If
writing new novel, to be called "M!s
Wokoii- VYnshinc Device.
On many farms it Is possible to wash
the carriages and farm wagons by
backing them Into a stream or shallow
river. The conveniences of the loca
tion are usually offset by the Incon
veniences mud. and the wetting of
clothes. The cut shows a plank walk,
set on posts on the edge of the stream,
Into which the wagon can be backed,
when it can be washed with great com-
Ttie 11 heepfiil'l.
The fine wool breeds of sheep are
most subject to foot rot. I'erhaps the
best way to treat It is to cut off the dis
eased portion and apply nitric acid.
Sulphur should be kept in ready
reach In the sheep house; Insects and
vermin do not like It, and It Is preven
tive of many ills. Further, a piece of
roll brimstone should be found in the
feed troughs of the horses and the cat
tle. Many of the Internal parasites which
cause losses in the Hock are taken in
while watering at foul drinking places.
Unless the water supply Is watched
carefully, there is likely to be at least
a loss of condition among them, If
there is no more serious loss. Indiana
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fio SyRUP
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importarce of purchasing-the
true ami original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Fiys is manufactured
by the California Fio Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hitfh standing of the Cali
fornia Fio Syrup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the (satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to (-et its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO, Cut.
L!'IVII.I.E.Kr. NFW VOUIC. N T
Telegraphs in the United Slates
This country has 1,000,000 miles of
telegraph wires - enough to rea ).! forty
times around the !obe.
SEND TVlrENTY FIVE CENTS
To wnson I' brum il c ( ore Co , 167
lr arbor n v t rre', I hieaico, 111.
And they w ill send you by reiturn mail
a sample Isittle of their wonderful rem
edy "0 IdtOl'S," which iai the short
pace of three yers has proven itself
to be the greatest and most effective
remedy In the world for curing those
terrible diseases, Kheumatimn, Neural
gia. Asthma, Catarrh and all similar
afllieijons, while for La (jripiie. which
in currying off many of our good citl
rens at the present time, it has been
found to le a jHsilive cure as well as a
preventive, and moreover it prevents
the after effects of this dread disease,
which in most cases leaves somechrou
1c complaint behind it. Iteports of the
almost miraculous cures by this power
ful yet harmless remedy are coming ro
to their office in almost constant stream
from the North, South, East and West.
It Is good alike for young and old and
performs its wonderful cures iai every
climate. Catarrh In Its worst form can
now be quickly relieved and positively
eradicated m a short time by the most
simple treatment possible. "5 DROPS"
does not in any way interfere with the
ordinary duties of life. The dose is
small but the effect is sure. Not only is
"5 DUOl'S" the greatest household rem
edy ever known, but it i.s also the cheap
est. A dollar bottle contains ;;()) doses,
and this will be sent by express prepaid
to anyone sending !J1.0). The above
offer is an opportunity which should be
taken advantage of by every sufferer.
After the Crip
Thousands of people say Ilood'a Sarsupar
riibi quickly restores the appetite, rcKtt
lates the heart, vitalizes the blood, curea
those sharp paiux, dizziness, heavy hea
thut tired filling. Hood's i-'arsaparilla haa
marvelous power to expel all poisonous
disease germs from the blood, and OTei
come the extreme weakness which is one
of the peculiar effects of the grip. Get only
America's Greatest Medicine for the Grip
Hood's Pills core sll Liver Ills. 2&casts.
W liy Waste
good working boura in getting to Sk
J"S' pn or Kansas City when it is pos
sible t,o shorten the jrnrnev by nsinf
St. J 'ee;ili A Grand Island night trains,
which are equipped with Reclinina;
Chair Cars (seats free) and Pallia
Sightseers of Victor Hugo's old ions
pay a franc In order to see one of tbs
famous author's teeth. It is elegantly
mounted in a plush-llued case, carefai
ly covered with a crystal shads.
The M itron of Honor.
The matron of honor, as a rival to the
maid of honor, seems to have establish
ed herself pretty securely. At some
the weddings the two divide the honors
between them, but one of the winter
brides was attended, or preceded rather,
by a matron of honor, without any
maids at all. The introduction of the
matron as an attendant for a bride has
been welcomed by girls who have a sin
gle strong friendship. Hitherto the first
St. Jacoos Oil cures
t. Jacobs Oil M
fet. Jacobs Oil "
fct. Jacobs OU
St. Jacobs Oil "
St. Jacobs Oil -
6t. Jacobs Oil "
t-t. Jacobs Oil "
Kt. Jacobs Oil "
6t. Jacobs Oil "
M usoular Aehss
B. F. Benson, of "Dodo" fame, Is nsw
in Egypt, He is writing a romaaes,
the scenes of which are laid in Gresco
during the time of the war of ladepsn
In "vV inter Use Allen
A powd r to be shaken in o the t-lioes.
Du-ing winter your feet feel uncomfort
..l.lu nrmng nnd i f en c, ild aDd darr.ik.
one to marry has enjoyed having her jt yf'u have petspiring, smarting feet wr
rjAn aomnlilnf hmmr while thp mnM . . i . i r I t'V'u k'nOT.tifit1
LlirilU BO mm v. , Ll C n 1 OBB , LIV nifl fVVi wwu.
A Milking Stool.
accompanying sketch is of a
M r. WhlKlovi S HOOTHINO SVBCP tor Clllill-
ren teethbiir, soften the ifuma, reduces Inllamo
nation. aIIhvh nnin. cures windcolic. 'ie bnttW
WAN! fcli. - ( iii-i- or l.iui hrallh ihtit K'I-PAN'8
will unt 1 eM S' u(l .1 rt-niH lo Klpann Oln-inlra!
;ii.,Nt-w Yurk.rur 10 Mainplcg himI I.Miotf-Mtlrrmnlals
Mm lriKeraoU't F.ifliiHt'.'),i.
A good story is told cf the -vife of
Col. I?o ert Ingereoll. frdio was recent
ly f p ml i rig, an evening with a friend.
About eight o'clock, after ineffectually
tempting to smother s-veral yawns,
Mrs. Ingersoll apologized as follows:
'Vou really mint excuse me but you
know, dear, that I have accompanied
the- colonel on a recent lecture tour and
have in consequence not into the habi
of honor, when she became herself a
bride, was forced to be content with
me less Intimate acquaintance as an
attendant. Harper's Bazar.
It warms and ress trie feet an t make
walking eaoy. Cur s swollen and sweat
ing feet, blisters and callous spots. Re
lieves corns and bunions of alt pain snl
is a certain cure for Chilblains sssf
Frost bites. Try it today. Sold by at
It mav be necessary to start a few Hrmr.dHts and shoe stores for 25c. Tns
norA mnpA'ilncs to en able everybody to i-aekate mailed FREE. Add res Alle,
write their reminiscences of the war. 8. Olmstead, Le Koy, F. Y.
milk-s'ool that was found to be very of failing afdeep at about eight o'clock
convenient In fly time or In milking
restless cows. The two upright pieces
forming the legs and end of the stool
Trout to Your Horns.
The horse p issesses au. acute power
of scent ami in many cases this sense
has proven invaluable to the owner or
driver, though ha' Uy evr noticed at
the time. It will be well for all wh
have occasion to drive at night and
when they mist trust largdylo the
horsi for getting over the rod Bafely
to have hira unchcktid, or at least
loosely checked. If he has a free he.id
be will not be likely to get off the
Tarred r elt for Rosfs.
Although tarred paper roofs are pra
ferred for winter, yet they can be pak
on to advantage during the summer. .
Til y make the cheapest and best roofs
if the work is well done. Fasten the
f 'It (paper) in places and paint it with, ,
coal tar, us rig the tirhot, an4 throw
e lough sand on it to prevent the eosl
tar from ru niog off. In three months
thereafter g ve another co iting of taw
and sand, and then a coating once s
vpt ich i riof will 'ir a lifetime.
V1 K.r : 'H'l .
A man ,ay forget home, kindred,
friends and almost everything else, but
he never forgets the first lime he went
Into a barber shop to get a shave.
There is only one genuine Hiamonil
"C" Soap. See that the name is ou the
Koli RKSTI.ir.SS cows.
FOIt WASH I. Mi VK11ICI.KS.
Tp of tht Higheit Order of
ticlmct In Manufacture.
fort A slat platform, sunk Into the
walk, will keep the wheels from the
mud ot the bottom. American Agrl
Close up all the little outstanding
farm accounts. Make a list of the bills
you owe, and the Amounts owing to
you. These little bills in the aggregate
amount to a large sum. Make a settle
ment If you can; If you cannot, get the
full amount of your bill; it Is always
best to know exactly what you do owe,
and It Is very bad policy to keep a run
ning account- unless u settlement Is
made every month. Farmers are un
usually careless In their piotiey trans
actions; the only sure way Is to keep
a strict accosiit of all outlays. I'ay as
you go, ami 'ke a written receipt for
every bill paid. These bills should Im
pasted In a book kept lor this one pur
pose. Tills work should be done every
evening- It Is not selfish to be correct
In your dealings, nor parsimonious to
be economical.-The American.
are made of two by fours, about a foot
long. The support for the bucket and
the seat are made of Inch boards. It Is I
well to put three-cornered blocks under
the seat and bucket boards as stays or
braces. The most restless cow cannot
upset a bucket on this stool. New En
A tin ractory situated on Sulo Bvanl.
an Island in the Bay of Singapore,
turn out monthly 1.200 tons of tin
more than the product of Cornwall and
more than that of Australia.
'p..n TriMiltlril W'.irn t- Ihi Infl.ifiir l
- nf I lor-liiiiinl anfl Twr unii rulil
ulljarlie I'lOL), Cum ID oiim Mlliule.
sjjjf., fsugci llic (icsstns A ruck,
Mis si OORCMPJTliB, MAM st
Walter bakcr a co. lm.
Winter Kntlon for Fowls.
Here is Prof. Gilberfs winter ration:
Hran, 3 pounds; Hue feed, :t pounds;
cornmeal. 2 pounds; fed with clover
liny steamed mid cut. adding also a
very small iiuinlity of salt, and two or
three haiidftils of coarse sand and Hue
oyster shells mixed. Sometimes boiled
vegetables are used III pi: of the bay.
At noon be gives a ligbl feed of oats,
and a good feed of wheal In the even
ing. The grain rat Ion Is varied ns
much as possible. He keeps raw vege
tables, Including cabbages, carrots and
turnips, where the bens can peck nt
them nt ntiv time. Prof, (illliert has
charge of the poultry department at
the Ottawa (Cniunlni experiment sta
tion, and hs done some good work 'n
bringing out the cg possibilities of
Faint Auniitst Halibits.
At butchering time or by a visit to
the local butcher, secure a quantity of
blood. Set It away until It begins to
emit an odor. Then lime, which hns
been thoroughly slaked, should be
mixed with the blood, stirring it until
aliout the thickness of whitewash. A
little sulphur may be added.
To apply to trees, take au old white
wash brush and cover all parts which
the rabbits can reach with the mix
ture. They will not trouble a tree
treated in this mauuer. One puluting
will last a season, and It is much easier
to put on than winding with paper or
covering trunks In any other way, be
sides being more effectual. The lime
In the niixt nrc also is beneficial to the
trees. Orange Judd Former.
Labor- ii vers.
Labor-saving Implements and labor
saving animals on the farm should be
the rule. There is only a certain
amount of butter and milk to be deriv
ed from a bushel of grain, nnd there
is no more reason for feeding that
i bushel to three cows Instead of to one
j than to use three horses to do the work
j of one. If oue cow can produce all the
I butter In a bushel of grain It Is cer
I talnly expensive to feed three cows,
nnd thereby add to the expense of food,
labor nnd shelter. Breed is the most
Important factor In stock raising, be
en use it enables the farmer to use labor-saving
aulniola labor saving be
cause they reduce his labor nnd also
give blm an Increased product
rairionc mni smnmciiltit,
The prettiest and most poetic of all
the patriotic badges has just been Is
sued. It consists of an interlaced triple
true lover's knot. In red, white and
blue, and Is supposed to be given Ly a
hc Idler to Ids betrothed, or vice versa,
The cord is of fine non corrosive wire
wripped with colored silk thread, and
Is frit ended to stand the roughest
When a politician says nothing but
saws wood it can generally be assumed
he Intends If possible to get more than
board out of It.
Piso's Cnre for Consumption niia saved
me large doctor bills. 0. L. baker, 4-28
Kegerit 8q., Philadelphia, Pa, Dec, 8, 't,
It's enough to discourage the fool
killer when he looks around and so-
iciw far behind he la with his work.
A catslorue of 800 prises, suitable to
very (ante and condition, mailed on Id
ulry. Prlr.es given for saving Diamond
"C" Soap wrappers. Address Cudahy
Reap Works, Smith Omha. Neb.
Gljsa eyes are now made with such
perfection that the wowrers themselves
esu't we through the deception.
Sweet ami clean
with Diamond "C"
are (.'lot lies
Distance far Ancle Trees.
Apple trees should bo planted at
wider distances apart than baa usual!
The Massachusetts Plowman thinks
that In dressing poultry Americans
have considerable lo learn from the
French. Not only do the French oul
tcrers know bow to stuff the fowls to
get a plumper enrenss, but they whiten
and mold and manipulate the fowl at'
tor killing UUtll It looks almost good
enough to be eaten without further
preparation. American markets might
not yet appreciate o iiuicb cure anil at
tention to the appearance of dressed
fowls, but It Is well known that car
casses prepared with the greatest care
by American methods always bring the
To protect passengers from rtie ex
tortion of cabmen In Havana the lamp
posts are painted In various colors
red for the central district, blue foi
tbs second, grsca for the third, etc
Miss Parloa has written a book on
household matters called "Home Econ
omics." To Cure a Cold In One Dar
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It fall
to cure. '.Tic. The genuine has L. B. Q.
oc each tablet.
Indianapolis painters were locked out
because they boycotted a firm that em
ployed men who owed tie' union money.
In It I rofllshle
to ilmole an entire day in get ting to St
Joienh or K uncap City, hen t lie trip
may re comfortably male during the
nit'bt via the St. Joseph A (Irsnd Inland
Ky? Chair ' bis feats Iree) snd Pull
it n I'nbic e Sleeppers are run on all
it'h' t rainn.
i'Uie'i"o . " ; oiillio
AVegelable Preparation for As
similating the Food andRcguIa
ling (lie Stomachs and Dowels of
ncss and Rest.Contains neither
Opnim.Morphine nor Mineral.
Gravity may be the createst force In
unt tire, but even that Is hardly suf
tlcleiit Jusl Ideation for perpetually
vearliig a long face.
The air is loaded down with pains
and aches and some systems take them
In like a sHinge. St. Jacobs Oil rubbed
' ii will lake the pain away and leave a
I s on l6-
iu?ir atif fw sf ahi
rtd nnlf Si bill nf miiiiiir
tarts r Hot evr. Sstts, M
Anerfecl Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feveri sn
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Signature of
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"A Fair Face Cannot Atone for
An Untidy House."
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