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"Women suffering from any f orm of
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Mass. All letters are received, opened,
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Kever has fihe pub
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without the written consent of the
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tundreds of thousands of them In
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Out of the vast volume of experience
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Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Every woman ought to have
Lydia E. Pinkham's 80-page
Text Book. It is not a book for
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obtainable by mail. Write for
Free lunch Is sometimes pretty es
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rich, mellow-tasting 5c cigar.
There 1b always poison In the
nc-und that is inflicted by a friend.
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And It sometimes happens that a
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she won't speak to him then she will
not ask him for money.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first pat up
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There's one little satisfaction when
a man falls sick, it makes his wife re
pent of her ill treatment of him. Don't
work the game too often, however.
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Semi It) rents fur trial .hree months' sub.
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"I hear thero are grave
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Tne Kind You Have Always Bought
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Eve had just tied a garland ot
maple leaves ahout her ankles.
"What on earth are you up to. my
love?" asked Adam.
"I am trying on my new hobble
skirt, sweetheart." returned the part
ner of his joys -with a sweet smile."
"Heavens, Marie. I shall be ruined
if you buy yourself furs like this!"
"Don't be so silly! Can't you see
I've put on the white fur rug out of
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fo- CCUCHS C COLDS
Look out for the weak colonics of
bees and give them honey from those
that have more than they need.
Thousands of colonies starve to death
every winter. If you feed the bees
sirup be sure it is not too thin or
trouble will result Three parts water
and four of sugar will be about the
In order to maintain the fertility of
our soil we must farm scientifically
in the future, and it will be necessary
for us to adopt the practical methods
or live stock farming which have
been in vogue in' Great Britain for
A team with one horse fretting and
fuming to go faster and rushing
ahead at every opportunity, and with
the other horse willing to take life
easy, is anything but conducive to a
pleasant frame of mind.
As the nation has raised the largest
corn crop in its history farmers should
be in a little better condition than
ever before to hold back enough corn
to tide them over until the 1911 crop
is in the crib.
Don't put off breaking and turning
your laud till spring, and then jump
in and try to do in a week work
which, if properly done, would require
several months' stead grind.
Anyone can easily see that bone is
one of the best feeds for producing
eggs, as the fat assists in forming
the yolk of the eggs and also in sus
taining the fowl In winter.
Simply laying the grape vines on
the ground will often save them from
winter injury. Throw a little earth
or evergreen branches on them to
Calves will begin to nibble at
bright hay or grass by the end of the
first two or three weeks, and some of
it should be kept where they can
Cull out the worthless members of
the flock and save your profits. Then
be kind to the biddies and they will
be kind ' to you in filling your egg
One of the best preventives of
scratches in horses is to keep the feet
clean. If mud is permitted to dry on
the fetlocks irritation is likely to en
sue. Oyster-shells ground fine are excel
lent for supplying lime. A pound of
shells contains enough lime to thor
oughly coat seven dozen eggs.
The pig. lihe every other young
animal, loves to be alert and to be
.moving about with all the freedom
which belongs to such a nature.
Sheep and lambs should not be al
lowed to run in the same pasture or
the lambs will be hi great danger of
becoming infected with disease.
The water-holding capacity of the
soil is enormously increased by the
presence of large quantities of decay
ing organic matter or humus.
Ducks prefer ground grain to whole
grain except in cold weather, when a
ration of whole grain soaked in warm
water is desirable for them.
A nervous cow is preferable to a
stolid one. The chances are that she
will give moro and better milk than
her dull, mopish sister.
It is a well-known fact that disease
is more prevalent among hogs just
after they are started on new corn
than at any other time.
A moist soil then kept in an un
frozen condition as long as possible is
the surest means to prevent winter
killing of trees.
A sheep that has once been chased
.by dogs becomes suspicious at the
sight of a dog or any noise that may
Nowadays farmers are alive to the
fact ihat it requires strong horses to
perform efficient work on the farm.
A stumbling horse is dangerous, and
is usually made so by bad shoeing.
Go to an intelligent, expert shoer.
Any good cellar in which an even
temperature of 10 degrees can be
maintained will do for bees.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound or cure in the treatment of
your flock of laying hens.
As foaling time approaches, the
mare needs the best of care and the
most careful feeding.
To maintain fertility in the soil it is
necessary to keep it well supplied with
Stock feeding in this country is con
fined chielly to the corn raising states.
roultry manure is one of the rich
est fertilizers produced on the farm.
Warm wheat for breakfast makes
the biddies shell out the eggs.
Sheep do net require as warni a
shed for winter as other stock.
Butter Is a good price. Feed! com
paratively cheap, especially so if you
have saved all of year roughage, such
as cornstalks, the best of your straw,
and things of that sort which fre
quently go to "waste . This beiag trac.
dairying' shoald bring good retaras
this winter provided the cows are fed
liberally enough to produce large
quantities of milk.
Disorder of the digestive functions
afflicts lambs most severely. White
scour affects the nnweaned lamb.
This appears to be the passing of un
digested milk. Change the ewe's
feed,providlng poorer hay with ground'
oats and corn with a sprinkling of
If a cow has an apple ortsImilar ob
struction lodged in her throat it can
be removed by pouring a pint of melt
ed lard down her throat This will
make the animal strangle and cough,
and in the struggle the obstruction will
The common opinion that sheep
should be kept as scavengers and that
they will thrive best on the farm that
is too poor for other kinds of live
stock is twin brother to the opinion
that white beans thrive best on a poor,
It Is scarcely necessary to suggest
that it is good policy to make a close
examination of any newly purchased
hogs and be assured that' they are
absolutely free from lice before they
are turned with the other hogs.
It Is much better practise to raise
heifer calves from the best cows In
the herd to keep up the number of
protable milkers than to depend up
on buying the mature animals as
Start the trap nests so it can be
known which are the best winter lay
ers. Almost any old hen will lay in
spring and summer; It takes a good
hen to lay in late fall and winter.
The use of the separator is no long
er an experiment with the farmers
and dairymen, as most every farmer
keeping two or more cows Is using
one at the present time.
Plowing not only loosens up the
soil but more of it is thus exposed to
the action of the sun, air and frost.
Stubble, weeds, etc., are buried and
so changed into humus.
Milking must be done quickly.
Quickly and thoroughly. Anything
that irritates the cows such as rough
ness, or slow milking will shorten the
An acre of land which produces i
ton of dry hay must contain moisture
enough so that the growing crop can
pump up approximately 500 tons of
Cold-frames, hot-beds, green-houses
and mushroom caves are all used for
forcing rhubarb, but larking these,
one niay utilize an ordinary root
Some folks are still housing their
hens under the barn, where the wind
sweeps through, fearfully cold. These
are the folks who are sure hens don't
Use a low. wide-tired wagon in the
orchard, and thus avoid cutting up the
sod and dragging the lower limbs over
the bed, peeling and breaking them.
A properly-conditioned draft horse,
with its necessary education largely
completed, is one of the most perfectly-finished
products of the farm.
There is solid satisfaction and en
couragement for a mail to do his best
in driving a well-mated team that re
sponds to good horsemanship.
The time is here when thought must
be given to the comfort of the cows
if their owners expect to sleep with
no twinge of conscience.
Some few exact conditions are nec
essary in the production of ducks for
either market or breeding purposes
for best possible results.
It is one thing- to buy a big gaso
line engine of the most approved
make and quite another thing to start
it in very cold weather.
Currants need little protection ex
cept from deep snows, which some
times break down the branches when
setting in the spring.
Damp floors cause roup in the flock.
If floors are of dirt, it is wise to keep
them covered well with straw, clean
hay or leaves.
Ranking as the best in evergreen
hedges may be mentioned hemlock
ami Norway spruce and American ar
The farmpr can. by observation and
experiment, determine which are the
best pasture plants for his section.
Judicious feeding, proper exercise
and warm, dry quarters are the best
preventives of rheumatism in hogs.
High, well-drained soil is best, but
the grape will grow on almost any
kind of soil and exposure.
While chickens require considera
ble water for drinking purposes,
ducks require some more.
Without question California privet
is. as the best tall hedge plant, the
favotite with the public.
One man says there is more money
in an egg, farm than in either fancy
birds or broilers.
Guesswork has no place in a well
organized dairy, and should be rele
gated to the rear.
The selection of varieties is the
main essential ingrowing grapes in
A leaky poultry house means dis
comfort and a reduction in egg production.
A Jolly Out-Door Party.
'This was a decided success, for the
children were so enthusiastic The af
fair took place in the country, but I
do not think a city back yard or a
park would fall short of the require
ments. Of course, all depends upon
the weather, for this party requires
snow and a frozen pond, if possible.
The hours were from fire to eight
and it was quite dark when the gay
youngsters assembled. The mothers
bad been instructed to dress the little
guests, who were from ten to fourteen,
very warmly with sweaters and mit
tens. Japanese lanterns were strung
all over the lawn and twinkled bright
ly in the darkness; then there were
huge bonfires built along the edge of
the pond with caretakers to watch for
sparks. There were skating races,
running races, tobogganing and a merry
game of, Hare and Hounds, with red
confetti for "scent" The last stunt
was storming a snow fort, the children
being divided into two sides, white
men and "Indians." After this excite
ment they were called in to a supper
consisting of piping hot oyster soup,
hot buttered crackers, olives, turkey
sandwiches, then ice cream in shape
of snow balls with a little flag in the
(op of each ball; the cakes were balls,
too. rolled in cocoanut form and then
in sweet chocolate grated. A big
sleigh took all the children home, each
with a tin horn which was tied with
scarlet ribbon. The horns were pre
sented when good-bys were said.
For St. Agnes' Eve.
Friday, the 20th. brings Saint Agnes
eve, a special day in the old-time cal
endar. At this season, young girls
were wont to peer into the future to
discern the characteristics of their fu
ture husbands. They resorted to all
sorts of triclcs and used rosemary and
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thyme, as custom, orfradition rather,
proclaimed them the flowers for that
day. It was the time for love proph
ecies, so it would be an auspicious
time for an engagement announce
ment, or for a bridal luncheon.
White flowers, with a white menu
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Paris Frocks for Girls
TIIK dainty frock at the left is of
white marquisette. The skirt,
forming a tunic, is gathered at the
top and bottom and finished with a
wide band of the material, which Is
trimmed with tubular pearl beads and
ornamented with motifs composed of
crystal beads and pink roses. This is
edged with pale blue liberty and falls
over two flounces of the marquisette,
which are encircled with tucks,
trimmed with the tubular pearl beads
and edged with the blue liberty.
The corsage has a plain corselet of
the material edged with the blue, and
the sleeves and bretellcs are tucked
Attractive hatpins of brilliants in
round, square or heart-shaped designs
are 1S cents each.
Imported French atomizers with the
bulb sunken into a hollow side of the
bottle arc seven dollars.
A pretty punchbowl in the domestic
Deldora ware with its odd green color
ing, is $19 and suggests a dainty
A semi-fitted blanket coat, with a
shawl collar and revcrs of plaid, is
$12. and might be acceptable to the
girl who motors much during the cold
Fruit trays and trays for all uses.
In the famous Swiss carving, are in
many odd designs and sell for two dol
lars and upward. Four carved fern
leaves form one tray, and another is
of oak leaves with tiny birds forming
For the children who love paper
as far as possible, would' be pretty,
passing with dessert a tray of marsh
mallows and a wee glass candlestick
containing a white candle, one for
each guest to be taken as souvenirs.
Toasting marshmallows at the table
and watching to see whose candle
burns the longest makes a happy
finale to a luncheon or dinner. The
first candle to go out foretells, "no
wedding for a year," the one with a
flickering flame denotes an inter-
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rupivu cuurisuip; ine uue turn, uuim
clean and ctear to the socket means
a wedding within a year. '
A January Luncheon.
This pretty luncheon was hastily ar
ranged in honor of a friend who was
going away, and by accident the
hostess learned the day set for her
entertainment was also her friend's
birthday. As the guests were all very
intimate friends and only too glad of
the opportunity to show some atten
tion to the departing guest they all
contributed a small sum with which
the hostess purchased a charming gar
net bar-pin. It was tied to a bouquet
of red roses. On the card was writ
ten this couplet, allotted to the month
By lier. who in this month Ik born.
No xema save garnets should be worn;
They will insure her constancy.
True friendship and fidelity.
The flower for the month Is the
pearly snow drop, and there was a
huge bunch of them in a red Bohemian
glass bowl for the table centerpiece.
Red candles were used with shades of
the same color, and a lovely fire blazed
in the grate. Altogether it was a most
j hospitable affair. With the dessert of
rrozen pudding came a birthday case
with the name of the guest picked out
in small red candies. The cake was
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cle of blazing red candles. Each guest
made a wish and blew one out before
the cake was cut After this the
maid brought in the bouquet on a sil
ver tray and the pin tied In a wee
white box with garnet ribbon was dis
covered. MADAME MERRI.
and trimmed like the flounces. A gar
land of little pink roses finishes the
round. low neck, and the girdle is of
the light blue liberty finished at the
back with knotted sash ends.
The other frock is of pale salmon
colored voile. The corselet skirt is
made in two irarts, both plaited. The
lower part Is attached underneath the
tipper to a plain, flat yoke. Roth arc
bordered with wide bands of white
The kimono corsage is trimmed with
tl:e lace and knots of silver ribbon
are used to ornament the front of the
dolls there is a new and delightful lot
on the market this year. These dolls
come in sets and represent epochs of
American history. Beneath each doll
is a little story that is educational as
a history lesbou for young folks, and
each doll has several different gowns.
The faces of the dolls and their gowns
i are historically correct having teen
taken from authentic historical paint
ings. The first sets show Columbus
I and the king and queen of Spain and
others renowned in the discovery of
America. Then come the Indians, the
Puritans, George Washington, etc.
Brccade for Wcrkbags.
Charming workhags are made cf old
brocades in dull tones with tarnished
gilt fringe or embroidery.
In the center of the side Is framed
an oval picture of a beauty of the
French court outlined with tarnished
gilt cord. Others have bouquets of dull
gilt roses, or flowers of dull toned nar
row ribbon, appliqued.
The drawstrings ere of tarnished gilt
cord and sometimes a plain taffeta. In
a dull, quaint color, is used with the
brocade for the upper part of the Lag.
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Have Tow HmnnHw, May, im c
Pain or dull ache ia the back ! eri
aence of kidney troaM. It la Natarea
timely warning to show yom taat taa
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Funds to Fight Tuberculosis.
Based on reports from all parts of
the United States the National Asso
ciation for the Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis has issued a statement
which shows that in 1910 nearly $15,
000,000 was spent in the fight against
tuberculosis, as opposed to $8,000,000
spent in 1909. The largest item of ex
pense in 1910 was for treatment in
sanatoria and hospitals, $11,376,500 be
ing expended for that purpose, or
mote than double the amount for 1909.
The antituberculosis associations
spent $760,500. and the tuberculosis
dispensaries $SS9,000. The special mu
nicipal and state expenditures aggre
Tbo statement declares that the
most significant fact In the survey of
the year's work Is the increase In the
percentage of public money spent
While In 1909 53.5 per cent of the
total expenditure was from federal,
state, municipal or county funds, 62.6
per cent, came from public appropria
tions in 1910. The actual amount of
public money spent in tuberculosis
work this, past year was $9,267,900, or
more than double the amount from
this same source In 1909. This fact
Indicates, the national association de
clares, that anti-tuberculosis associa
tions arc gaining ground, by securing
increased appropriations from public
Scott Is it true that Cooleigh Is
Mott lie's fearfully In debt, but It
doesn't seem to embarrass him much.
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Many pecple suffer from weak heart. They may experi
ence shortness of breath on exertion, pain over the heart,
or dizzy feelings, oppressed breathing after meals or their
eyes become blurred, their heart is not sa&cicatly strong
to pump blood to the extremities, and they have cold hands
and feet, orpoor appetite because of weakened blood supply
to the stomach. A heart tonic and alterative should be taken
which has no bad after-effect. Such is Dr. Pierce's Goldea
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