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[ Duster County Republican
> . M. AMSMKliUY. I'llltnnincl Pnlillftlinr
BHOKKN How , - NKHHAHKA
In the uiatU'r of lining tin1 father of
B couutry ItrlRhnm Young "also run. "
Yale hns n professor who defeiuls
| " "newspaper Kngllsh" oil tlio grounds
that the writers of It have to niiiko It
A. Ken * Yurie niuii died \vhllc looking
* a chock for ? 10MK , - .MIMI whose
| .hoartB are not strong should ho eiuvful
bout taking such chnncoH ,
A. tin can combination , I'cpresunUng
1108 factories. In this uoiuilrj , with a
capital of ? 10,000,000 , has hut-n fornieid.
This must be a rattling trust.
Russell Sago has no children , but he
rcuorted to bo very fond of a pel par-
I rot It has probably loaniod to say
"money" rts plainly as any man on
The women of Massachusetts are dc-
jjimndlnga law pprmlttliig women com
missioners to perform the marriage
ceremony. An about half of tho'people
married arc women , why not ?
Marie Corelll has been charged In
court with Inspiring murder , buwuiso a
Tvomnn killed her husband Juat after
| Tending one of the novelist's book.s.
This may be a llttlo rough on .Mario ,
but such a result IK not Improbable.
A number of Eastern women In con-
Tcatlon iiHsnmblod the oilier day do-
xldwl that the best evidence of a sound
mind IB the ability to enjoy a joke at
one's own expense. That being tho-
case , all practical Jokers are insane.
Charles M. Schwab , who has b eu for
mally chosen manager of the great steel
trust , IB a young man who rose from a
grocer's clerk at $2.5)0 a week to the
presidency of the Carnegie Sled Com
pany at $50,000 a year. IIn la worth al
together about $ .r > 0,000,000 , nil made In
twenty yoara. It only shows what steel
There arc both encouragement and
fewplrutlou for the young uinn of the
* oiuitrjr In the ; earner of Oeorge U. Har-
wla , who was rccenUy elected President
* f the Chicago , Burlington and Qiilney
, lUllroad C mpnny. Mr. Harris be
came a railroad man In 18W > , JuuL thlr-
ity-flve years ago. lie had no partlclt-
' Jar "pull" or Intluence behind him and
was conttMit < o begin ns an ofllce boy.
i He worked his way up from the bottom
at the payroll to the top. filling In RIIO-
ccaslon a elor.cn or more positions of
constantly Increasing respoiiHlblllty.
Starting at the age of 17 , he tinds him
self at the age of 512 nt the head of a
railroad system controlling more than
< ; ,000 in I lea of track. Ufa career Is a
fresh , proof , If one wewo neeuled , of the
-fact that hare ! work , nblllty nnel con
centration of effort wore never so sure
* ty reap an ade < iuale reward as they are
t tlie present time.
The result of the examinations of ap
plicants for appointments as naval ap
prentices at the recruiting odlce In Ohl-
cugo would Indicate that the average
"boy from the rural districts Is In much
better physical condition than his
brother who has been brought up In a
largo city. The llgures show that one
out of every two of the young men
from the country Is able to stand the
test , while of the eHy applicants four
out of every live fall short In some len
ticular. It Is true that the boy who Is
tironght up on a farm or In a small town
1 likely to spend more of hi * lime out
of doors than the city urchin. He Is
also aubject to less temptation In the
way of acquiring habits which affect
lila health. It Is therot'oro to bo ox-
jpectcd that as a rule he will have larger
ajusclcs and a more vigorous physhiuc.
At the same time , says the Chicago
Tribune , It Is a matter of record that
during the Civil War the regiments
s -which were made up of dry goods
| clerks and otlice men from the great
cltlca stood the strain of long nuuvlio
I and the hardships of camp life much
i better than those made up of tall and
1 stalwart lumbermen from the forests
2 of Maine. Courage , endurance and grit
i arc by no means altogether dependent
| on height , weight and mere physical
fc To punish a landlord's agent for evict
ing tenants , the people of an Irish vil
lage resolved to let him severely alone.
Tradesmen declined to sell him .sup
plies. I/aborers refused to harvest his
crops' . Persons who might have helped
lilm wens terrorized into opposing him.
In the end , the estate had to be garri
soned by soldiers. Seeing that Captain
Boycott had been made very uncom
fortable , Irish patriots proceeded to
"boycott" other agents and landlords.
fionic gave way under the strain of gen
eral 111 will. Those who did not yield
, -wore so harassed and tormented flint
the promoters of the boycott gained
"satisfaction" although they failed of
. cces8. It was natural that this moth-
' < 1 of coercion should be adopted In oth
er countries by persons who had vari
ous Interests to serve. For Instance , it
cost nothing to order a boycott of a cer
tain cigar or theater or newspaper. If
* single person heeded the admonition ,
thnt was so much clear gain. The prop-
. ( sltiou charmed by Us very simplicity.
Many trades-unions Ml under Its spell
and developed a boycott habit. Yet
now. after twenty years' trial of the
.system , one of the largest of the labor
.organizations has doc-Ided that it has
.outlived Its usefulness The tiling was
.overdone , It Is al."gul The li-i of jiin
articles grew to bi so ijnj t ) at
no mail could remember what to avoid
Moreover , venal "leaders" sometlniui
laid embargoes upon reputable llrnw
with the design of helping competitors
Kor these and other reasons the Feeler
atlon of Labor has voted to dlscounto
nance the pr.'U'tlre. Other organize
tlons may or may not be moved by tbli
reasoning ; but a stronger argument re
mains to be stated. Everything favored
the persons \vlio Initiated the boycott *
an unpopular object , a limited Ik-Id , tin
fascination of : i new Idea. But wiilU
It Is comparatively easy for a neighbor
hood lo ostracl'/.c a man , It Is extreiuulj
dilllcult lo Insure that he shall Mud no
friends or supporters within the length
and breadth of a laVi'd. as large as tin
United States. That Is to say , a boy.
colt , any boycott , Is , like some physical
nllllcllons. , "self-limited. " The -ustoin
Itself has 'iiifded a good word to tin
language , and a picturesque chapter to
the hlstdry of the century ; but whether
Interested parties shall approve or dls-
approve , Iho average pltl'/.en < 'an afford
lo view1 It with philosophic calm.
Viewing the c.vtreme.s of wealth and
of poverty , various men who call them
selves plillo.sopliei'H offer various ex
planations , says the Chicago American ,
One sort of philosopher , who IH a pe
culiarly Irritating Idiol , will tell you
that OK- rich man spending bin money
foolishly gives employment to the pool
and there-fore ! doen well. 'Die fctuplellty
of thlH statement him been exposed ,
and It still lives. Another sort of phll-i
osopher will'tell you Unit poverty la it
very good thing for some and riches a
good thing for others , : md that wa
should all be happy In our station. Thla
Is the theological , philosophical gentle
man , who sometimes lesuelH to revolu
tion by Irritating the poor lee much ,
The fact IH that wo of the human race ]
are n great family of half-developed
babies. Among similar circumstances , I
with fcw exceptions , wu are all similar ,
The poor dilld In the gutter looking
through the rich child's window Hee.i
the rich child Binding Itself with cake ,
oblivious to poverty outside. Make thu
poor child rich , and the very next day
It Will be HtulIIng Itself with cake ;
equally oblivions to thu outside world.
John A. Hunting , of Kan Francisco ,
used to keep a railroad water-tank on
the desert near Tucson , Arl/.onn , After
years of hard hick he became a freight
brakemnn. He was still poor. As ho
turned his brake or stood about lu tlm
cold he thought of the lucky million
aires , of their heartlessness , of the In
justice of fate and of various other
things which make our anarchists.
From his salary he saved a little money
and lent a friend a small sum , receiving
nH security a mortgage on forty ncreH
of land. The man could not pay thu
mortgage. Did the brnkenmn sympa
thise and sny "Never mind ? " Not at all.
lie foreclosed the mortgage and took
the hind , ITe discovered an oil well
on the property , and he Is now a mill
ionaire. He arrived In San Francisco
the other day. Ills business was Im
portant. Possibly you will think that
he came to spend his millions to help
men and women as poor as ho had
been. Think again , lie came lo order
a private car of the best kind that can
be built , lie Is a millionaire and he Is
acting like his follows , thinking mainly
of himself. AVhcn he was a poor devil
he acted like his fellows and thought
mainly of himself.
COOKliKY POR DOCTORS.
The most remarkable cooking school
in the world has Just been started In
Uerlln. Its HtudentH are not young
women , but grave
and learned men
wlio are engaged in
the p r it e I I c o of
medicine. The new
school IN a recogni
tion of the impor
tance of proper die !
in the treatment of
many kinds of dis
ease. The doctors
cooking hcliool over which Frcu Heel-
wig lleyl presides , not only listen to
lectures on the subject of cooking , but
also actually take charge of the prepa
ration of the dishes themselves. More
than * ! ! hundred prominent physicians
from France , Itussla , and Italy , as well
as Cermany , have already taken the
course , and It Is reported that branch
schools of the same kind are shortly to
be established In all the capitals of
HIM Faithful Friciiel.
Hying inery person who outers 01
leaves the DCS Plalnes Street police
station , a shaggy , wobegone dog has
for uiorlj.than a month kept lonely
vigil , \viitlIng. says the Chicago Chron
icle , in Ihe hope that Ills master will
Tlie dog lieliniged lo an old man who
was ( irresled for vagrancy. At the
time of It'.s imv.M the old man l'u lt ;
desperately , and refused to enter a ci'll
unless the dog was allowed to n with
Finally , lo humor the prisoner , ilu *
animal was placed in the lockup , and
together they passed the night In the
narrow nnd cheerless cell. The next !
morning the old character appeared In
court with the faithful dog still at his
The prisoner was lined and sent to
Hie bridewell , but In some manner the
dog became separated from him and
was left behind. Since Hint day. the
de > g has refused to leave the neighbor
hood , and still keeps watch for Ills
The KiiHnro to Connect.
KeillorWhy -lldu't you send the ear
rler pigeon with the news , us agreed :
Reporter Couldn't Got hungry and
ale the bird , Baltimore Jewish Com
I-riilt 'I rcc Sprnycr.
The Illustration shows an improved
spraying apparatus for discharging
liquids on the foliage of fruit Irees , the
machine being designed especially for
largu orchards , where time is more
valuable. With the apparatus provided
It Is possible lo drive a team between
the rows at a fairly rapid pace , and
as two streams are provided the adja
cent sides of two rows of trees may bo
spravod at the same time. Thereis
also n storage tank for the accumula
tion of pressure , in order thai If a tree
Is discovered to be unusually infested
with Insects the wagon may be stopped
long enough to treat them to an extra
large dose of the destroyc'r. The pipes
are arranged in such a manner that a
number of barrels of Iho liquid may ho
carried at once , emptying themselves
automatically In rotation , without the
opening or closing of any valves when
tjie sprayer Is once In motion. Thus a
large quantity of the liquid may be
carried and discharged with the least
attention to detail , allowing the oper
ator to devote his entire ; thought to
KOIIC'R TUMI * AND OAKKIMt.
the condition of the trees. The pump
Is operated by gearing It directly to
tin. hub of one of the wheels. The pat
ent has been granted to Ferdinand L.
Cupps , of Atlanta , Ca. !
I'erlllir.ura ut Home.
There IH one advantage In mixing
fertilizers at home , that If one him a
dellnlte idea of the elements must
needed in hKs soli , or by those crops he
Intends to grow , he can use ilium In
such proportions as ho wishes , without
buying such IIH are not needed. lie can
also usually buy the raw material til
such prices as may save him Hie usual
commission paid to Iho agents , and the
cost of bagging , and put Into Ills pocket
also tin : price charged for the mixing.
A purl of the two llrst items is more
Imaginary than real , however , as the
dealer wants profits on the material ,
as he would have on the niauuafclurcd
goods. Hut If the farmer decides lode
do this \ve advise htm against the buy
ing of raw phosphatlc rock or bone , and
mixing It with sulphuric acid. The
carboys of acid are unpleasant things
to handle , as the add burns clothing or
llesh wherever II touches them , and
railroads charge high rates of freight
on them , because of the danger of
breaking In transportation. It is better
to buy Iho acid phosphate fourteen to
sixteen per cent strong. American Cul
l iti-4ir Iliiv Crop ami Huv M'u'lc.
A farmer near CorvalliN , Ore. , is re
ported in the Orcgonian as having ( i'X ' >
acres of what Is called "beaver dam"
land , a part of which has been In tim
othy for over seven years , last year be
ing the seventh year of cutting , and
one of the best they ever had. The
yield was over four tons to the acre ,
ami they put over one hundred tons in
one stack , which they sold to a ( Jovern-
mtiiit contractor at SO per ton , or near
ly $1.000 for the stack. Wo doubt if so
much was put In one stack anywhere
else In the United States. Xi > ar the
edge of the meadow stood two largo llr
Irees , and a wire was stretched be
tween them llfty feet from the ground ,
then by ropes , pulleys and hay fork
the hay was carried to the top of the
stack , 'it Is not often that timothy
will endure so many years In ono Held ,
lmt-m strong land , not pastured or cut
ton closely we can believe Ihat It might
have done -Hxchaiige. .
Thu llorio1 * Mouth.
There Is no such diseased condition
of the horse's mouth as lumpers. S-uue-
llme.s , when they are changing their
temporary teeth for permanent ones ,
there Is a slight Inllnniniation around
the root of the tooth , but this only lasts
a few .days and "never extends to the
bars of the mouth. I.o not allow tiny
one to cut or burn your horse's mouth
under any circumstances , as there is
no disease that such treatment will
Color ol Draft IIornfH.
Don't worry about the color If you
ire buying a draft horse. Don't pick
an Inferior one because he Is your col
or. Get a good horse , ami his color will
null the market. Of course If you have
set of breeders who Insist on black
or gray or chestnut they must ho
pleased , but can they not be belter suit
ed with a good horse' than a good col
ored oneV ( Jriiy Is the favorite color
among iho buyers of draft horses In
market. If IH not , however , the favor
ite among breeders. At least It does
not seem to be , when Importers ara
forced ( < > bring over more blacks than
grays to please their customers.
Kciuly for I'olnto I'limtlntr.
Oo at the early potato field "hauimei
and tongs. " Put on the disk , sprlna
tooth , acme , smoothing harrow and
plank elnig or anything else that you
have that will chop It up and help to
make It as line as an ash heap. Then
do It again. Set the disk to cut eleop
and fnlrly plow It up , crossing the piece
once or twice , allowing the disk to lap
one-half. Do not stop at pulverizing
the surface for this or any other crop ,
but cut and mellow and make your soil
line right down to the bottom of the
furrow If possible , which will give the
millions of tiny , hair-like rootlets thai
will later penetrate to this depth every
opportunity to reach and feed on all ol
the available plant food contained in
every small particle of the soil. When
satisfied that your soil cannot be better
prepared , you are then ready to mak
tin- first application of fertilizers , lu
which you can afford to bo very liberal ,
since any surplus left from the rank
feeding potato plant will be available
for the following or "second" crop , so
that no part of It will be lost Ohio
Water in liiittcr.
The Iowa experiment station hni
been making a series of Interesting
experiments concerning the absorption
of water In butter which are reported
In bulletin 5'J. The greatest amount ol
water was found In the butter wheq
the churning temperature was low ( r > 'J
degrees ) and the wash water warm
(70 ( degrees ) . The least amount of
water was found where the tempera
ture was 71 degrees at churning and
the wash water was 40 degrees , the
granules In both cases being the HZ !
of bird shot. The principle shown by
these experiments have proved effeo
live In practice ! as shown by the re
sults of anall/.lng butter made by tha
college creamery for the Kngllsh mar
ket , when It was deslreel to make but
tcr rather free from water.
F trin Cnttlc.
It 's not true thnt the cattle business
to be profitable must be conducted on
the broad ranges of the western plains ,
says Texas Farm and Uanch. That li
one proliUible system of cattle raising ,
but there Is another which yields full.v
as great profits for the capital Invested. '
Ualslng cattle on the farm hns In all
countries and all ages been found prof
itable , ami more so now than ever. Hy
raising cattle on the farm the farmer
has M oed market for all the feed ho
can raise , saves labor and expense of
transportation and avoids much loss
from waste and the hocus pocus of
commerce. And one of the main fea
tures of stock farmim : Is that It can be
made to continually improve the fertil
ity and value of the farm.
Orowtli of eiir Kami Product * .
Nothing could more surely and clear
ly indicate that the prevailing prosper
ity of the country Is founded on a
* ound basis than the figures allowing
the large Increase In the value of
American farm products In recent
| years. According to a statement just
1 Issued by the Department of Agricul
ture , the fnr.mor.s of the United States
received $ lS5UOi,17iJ ( more for their
products In 1000 than they did In 1801) .
l'Tho greatest advances were observed
In corn and hay , the advance In the
price of the latter giving the farmers
over ifltlt.OOO.OOO more in 1000 for a
croi ; of . " 0,000,000 tons than was receiv
ed in 1SPSI for a crop of r > ( l,0"M.7" t tons.
Some ones expresses tin opinion that
the scab on potatoes is worse where
the ground Is packed solid or Is allow
ed to crust over. If this Is true It
s true It should be less abundant where
i strawy manure Is used than where
commercial fe.rtllis'.erH are used , which
is not often the case. A soil made loose
and porous by having green rye or a
heavy grass sward plowed under just
before the seed Is planted will grow
potatoes free from scab almost Invarla- |
bly. but we think Unit the decaying i
vegetation kills the fungus thnt causes
the < eah. Kxcluinge. ,
When to I'lnilt Stmnr Itcelx.
The Michigan station decides that It
is .siuV and wise to plant beets as early
in the1 spring as we do any farm crop ;
that prolonging the date of planting
gives a longer period for thinning and
in ordinary years sliould lengthen the
season of ripening and harvesting , and
llmilly that the dale of planting seems
to have but little influence ? on the per
centage of sugar. Dr. Wiley says ,
"ISeets should be planted ns early In
the spring as possible. "
Price of StallioiiH.
Don't expect to buy a high-class
horse for a llttlo money. Times have
changed. .A few years ago everybody
wnnlcd to gel rid of stallions. Now It's
the other way. If you owned a good
stallion , would you sell him cheap
when there were a lot of people wanti
lug to pay a fair price for his service ?
Not much. Then elou't expect the other
fellow to do It.
Arthur Urisbaiu ; e5et John I , , to Spin
llcfore the I'ritict : of Wnlen.
"The layman who Is unacquainted
with newspaper methods may be Inter
ested In knowing Just how ouu geed
about making a piece of HOWS. The
best Illustration of this , purhupu , U
Arthur Brisbane's arrangement for
ilohn L. Sullivan to box before thu
Prince of Wales. At this tluiu Mr.
Urlsbnno was London correspondent
for the New York Hun. It should bo
understood that thu competition mnong
the London representatives Is Just as
keen as though they wwe servlut tholr
separate papers on 1'urk Uow , and ,
though living In an atmosphere of less
aggressive Journalism , they uuver , for
a moment , forget their American educa
tion. In this matter Mr. Brisbane was
actuated by no other motive than to
triumph over his rivals with u legiti
mate beat , and he found the great
American bruiser but too glad to second
the Idea on the percentage of free ad
vertisement. The Sun man worked
quietly , quickly , and so successfully
that the ulght for the preformance
canies without any one knowing of It ex-
e'epting the Prince , his friends and the
members of the fashionable club that
sheltered the twelve-foot ring.
"At the- moment when the referee
stepped out to announce the flghters
the Prince's equerry discovered that
there was present an untltled person ,
and , what was more deplorable , a news
paper man. As the result of this dis
covery , Mr. Brisbane .was ordered to
leave the club Instantly.
" 'Mut , ' he objected , ' 1 am responsible
for this whole thing. You are not going
lo put me outV
"The equerry would not hear him ,
and Mr. Brisbane , desperate and
angry , played his last card. 'Well ,
John' , he said turning to where the
champion stood toying with one hugo
pickled paw , 'I've got to go. What ? ! !
you do ? '
" That's what I'll do , ' replied the
champion of the world , picking up his
coat and glaring savagely ut the equer
ry. 'If that young feller goes , then I'll
go , uuele stan' ? ' and the audience was
dismayed to see lighter and reporter
abandon the ringside. It would not do ,
however , to disappoint His Hoyal High
ness so disgracefully , and the equerry
and Mr. Brisbane finally compromised
by the latter promising to write the ae-
count only for the American press. The
Sun , of course , had a great beat next
day , and ove'ry newspaper In America
and England quoted the anecdote of
.lohn L.'s reception by Albert Edward.
"Mr. Sullivan's speech at that period
had extreme limitations , and when in
troduced to a distinguished person he
Invariably used the same set phnise.
To the present King of England , after
shaking hands , he observed with ellg-
ully and cheerfulness , 'Prince , I'm
glad to meet you. I've often heard of
Two hundred and twenly-four gallons
it fresh water weigh n ton.
Potatoes brought into Hussla first in
1700 caused fearful riots , being called
Holland bus nhir miles of canal foi
Bvery one hundred square miles of sur
face , 'J.700 miles in all.
More steel Ls used in the munifactnr : <
of pens than In all I he sword and gun
factories In Hie world. A ton of .stce
produces about 10,000 gross of pt-iis.
When the emioku bolls are suspended
over gas burners to shield the ceiling
it Ls better to have them couie as low a *
possible , but not. closer than twelve 01
fifteen Inches to the flame.
Various beautiful colors are of ani
mill origin for example. Indian yellow
which Is derived from the uuuiul. Sepia
Is the luky secretion of the cuttlefish
carmine Is derived from the cochineal
Insect , Prussian blue Is obtained froit
horses' hoot's , and ivory black is luaeU
by burning ivory chips.
The American coal lields are thirty
seven times IIH great us the English
Coal Is profitably and somewhat large
ly mined In twenty-eight States of the
Union : Alabama , Arkansas , California.
Colorado , Georgia. Illinois , Indiana
Indian Territory. Iowa. Kansas , Ken
lucky. Maryland , Michigan , Missouri
Montana , New Mexico , North Carolina
North Dakota , Ohio. Oregon. Ponnsy !
vnnln , Tennessee' , Texas , Utah , Vlr
ginla , West Virginia. Wyoming
Though our coal fields are thirty-seven
times as extensive as those of Eng
land , she produces more coal than we.
180,000,000 tons , bill \ve are very close
An K ) my on Itiihlt.
A story is told of an English school
master who otl'eivd u prixe to the boj
who should write the best -compos !
tlon in lives minutes nu "llow to Over
come Habit. "
At the expiration of ii\e. minutes the
compositions were rend. The prl/
\\ent to a lail of nine * years. Following
Is bis essay :
"Well , sir , habit is html to overcome
If you take oil' the first lettesr , it does
notchange' ' 'nblt. ' If you take olt an
other you still have a 'bit' left. It
you take off still another
the whole of 'it' remains. If you
take ; off another , It Is not wholly use-ei
j up ; all of which goes to show thai II
I you want to get rid of a habit you mum
i.hrow It off altogether. "
More hair conn's out of a wonmn'i
head every time she combs it , than evei
grew on two women's heads. If hei
complaints are to be believed.
A young man is considered eligible
these elays who would have luekcel fu
per cent of being hi tliat list twont ;
i e > iuor hl | > .
The kodak IH being regulated IB
Wiuihlngton. Use of It Is forblelden
not only in the white house , butabotifc
the grounds surrounding the mansion *
To take snapshots around the empitol
IB possible only on a permit obtained
from the sergeant at anus. The nse
of cameras in the senate and house l
positively forbidden. Likewise the
navy yard and KUII foundry arc oloscel
to amatttor photography. And now ' . >
the propriety of still further llmitii g T
the use of the lens and Him , except upon -
on license Is being agitated. Washing
HUSBAND AND WIFE. , . .
I j !
A. Veteran of the Civil War TelU nu In- ' *
tenMtlni : Kt ry.
Efliugham , 111. , April 22. ( Special.- : n
Uriah S. Audrlck Is now G7 years of t' '
age. Mr A ml rick nerved through the g
whole of the Civil War. llo wa i ,
wounded , three times by ball unel twice
When he entered the service of his
country In 1801 he was hale and hearty ,
nnd weighed 108 pounds , Since thV
close of the war , however , Mr. AndrlcU
has had very bad health. ' t
For fifteen years he never lay down i
In bed for over uu hour at a time. FI \
tad acute Kidney Trouble , which grew %
Into Brlght's Disease. Ills heart also-
troubled him very much.
On Oct. 18 , 11)00 ) , he was weighed , e
and weighed only 102 pounds , being biu b
a shadow of his former self , lie com- s
mem-eel using Dodd's Kidney Pills on f
the 2th ( ! of last December , and on Feb. "
20 was again weighed , and weighed )
140 pounds He says : , |
"I have spent hundreds of dollars an < 2 ,
received no benefit , until on the 20th.
of December last I purchased one box
of Dodd's Kidney Pills. 1 tun cured , l
and I am free from any pain. My V , '
heart's action Is completely restoreel. 1 * >
have not the slightest trace of th& tf | "
Brlghl's Disease , and I can sleep well
all night. I was considered a hopeless
case by everybody , but to-day 1 am &
well man , thanks to Dodd's Kidney > I.'r '
mis. I ,
"For the last sixteen years my wlf - * j
has beeu lu. misery with bearing dovm- ' >
pains , pains In the lower , part of the
abdomen and other serious ailment * .
When she saw Avhat Dodd's Kidner
Pills were doing for me she commeuceeS
to use them. She now feels like another
woman , her pulns have all disappeared
and her general health Is better than-
It has been for years.
"She Is so taken up with Dodd's Kid-
aoy Pills and what they hare done fop *
us that she has gone to Mr. Cornwcll'o- *
drug store and bought them for some ; C
of her friends for fear that if they ! r
went themselves they might make eu I
mistake and get something else. "
There is something very convincing ,
In the honest , simple story of thlc old i
reterau and his wife.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are the onlyi
Remedy that ever cured Brlght's Dis
ease , Diabetes or Dropsy. They nerer . .
Sudden and Severe V
many of in ,
bail the ca e
and deeply ,
a sure cure. Ia
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Jt li placed Into the no tril ,
prcads over tlie luouibratie
and 1 * abiorbed. Kehof U im
mediate. It IB not drying , duet
nut produce sneezing.
DrujxIiU , EO Cts. or by mail.
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BEWARE IMITATION !
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