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By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Ottumvra. Iotra. "For rears I Tras
almost a constant sufferer from female
irronme m au its
sbootiu? pains all
over my body, sick
eTervtbinc that "was
horrid. I tried many
doctors in different
parts of the "United
. "V ? quires, uui aj;u-
' . s Pinkham's eceta
'viiiviLL ble Compound ha3
done more for me than all the doctors.
J ieel it ev duty to tell you tnesa
facts, llj heart is full of gratitude to
vou for mv cure." Mrs. Eaeiiiet E.
Vt ampler. 524 5. Eansom Street,
Consider This Advice.
2"o woman should submit to a surgi
cal operation, which may mean death,
until she has riven Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous medicine, made only
Irom roots and herbs, has for thirty
years proved to be the most valuable
tome and invijrorator of the female
organism. Women residing in almost
rvery cirv and town in the United
Ftates bear willing testimony to tne
wonderful virtue of Lydia II. Pr-k-ham's
3!r-. Pinkham, at Lynn. Mass.,
invites all sick women to -write
hex for advice. Her advice i free,
confidential, and alTvays nelpf d.
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purelv vegeta
Die ar sx.
nut j.-nti ca
impru e tiie complex, r.. ongntentne eyes.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PIUCE
Genuine must bear Signature
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PERFORMING POLICE DUTY.
Officer MuidL-oi: That k-!1ov. s Sirr
ing with every servant ?'r. on my
best. Id run birr, in if 1 could charge
him "with some offense.
Ccalter (the inilknisi. That's
easy. Charge him 'with innersGnat:ng
Sincere out Awkward.
It aas at iht- private tneatneals
and thr younc nai: v.ished to comply
meat his hostess, says the Boston
"Madam, you slaved our part
splendidly: it tits you to perfection."
"I'm afmid not. A youu? and pret
iy woman is n-fded fcr that part."
aid the smilinc hostess.
"But. madam, you hav- ,Hjit:vely
proved the contrary."
A SPOON SHAKER.
Straight From Coffesdom.
Cc&Ve can marshail a good suuadrcn
of enemies and some very hard onet to
overcome. A lady in Florida vrriies:
"I have always been very fond of
pood coffee, and for years drank it at
least three times a day. At last. hovr.
ti'.-er. 1 found that it v.as iiKtiring me,
"1 became bilious, subject to fre
quent and violent headaches, and so
very nerious. that 1 could not iif: a
spoon to my mouth without spilling a
part of its contents.
"3!y heart ?ot Tickety' and beat o
fast and so hard that 1 could scarcely
breathe, while my skin sot thick and
din?y. with yellow blotches or my face,
caused by the condition oi my liver
"I made up my mind that all there
afSictions came irom the coffee, and I
deiennined to experiment and str.
"So I quit coffee and got a package
of Postum which furnished my he;
morning beverage. After a little time
I was rewarded by r. complete restora
tion of my health in every respect.
"I do not suffer from biliousness ant
more, my headaches have disappeared,
my nerves are as steady as could be
desired, ray heart beats regularly and
my complexion has cleared up beauti
fully the blotches have been wiped out
and it is such a pleasure to be well
again." Name given by Pcsuai Co.,
Battle Creek, ilich.
Read the little book. "The Tioad to
TVellviile in pkgs. "There's a reason."
Ever rrad the shore letter f A if
one appem iron time to time. The
are ceaniae, true, aad teU of
V j PILLS.
D4JSY FLY Mj&
$fe4KWJbT ' TfVflErfi !
Put "grounds" in wire fences.
The open-front house is good for
The Shropshire sheep are prolific
For dressing at all ages the white
color has an advantage.
The gestation period of cows is
nine months, cr 2i0 days.
Cockerels should be caponlsed when
they weigh about two pounds each.
Realize the profit from your capital
invested m beef as soon as possible.
A sandy soil is o::e of the most
difficult ones on which to crow blue
grass. There seems to be no limit to what
the tractor engine can be made to do
on the farm.
For potatoes only well-drained
ground should be used, where no stag
nant water stands.
The best sheep for any i?tate are
these that will bring the producer the
most money for his labor.
Be sjre to keep driuking vessels in
a coo:, shady spot; keep them clean
and well filled with clean, fresh water.
Look after the horse's teeth. They
require attention when they net along
in years. The- ragged teeth hould be
The milker should wear ikan outer
garments, used only when milking,
and kept in a clean place at other
A good mixture To feed calves is
equal parts ot bran, ground corn, and
vhcir oats, with plenty of altalfa or
cic er hay.
Young mres sometimes refue to
allow the colt to nurse be ause of
(.happed teats, sensitive udder, or
Change your sheep to fro: pastures
as often as possible: even it. after a
rest of say two weeks, you gc back to
tnt old pastures.
Kind and gentle handling brings its
rev. arc in the increased doCi'iTy of the
herd and in shortening tL time re
cuircd for milking.
It is well to have gunny-sacks hung
In the doorway; so that, as the cow
forces her way through, th f.ies will
be brusiifd off her back.
There is no more use of allowing
bees to pester with useless swarming
than There is of allowing rcur cows
- pasture on wheat or corn.
Give the setting hen a thorough dust
ing with insect powder twc or three
times during iueubatlon This may
rave yiiur little chicks troiu lice and
A bab beef is a cair not tfcre than
eighteen or twenty months old and
weighing no: more than 1.300 pounds.
I' must have qusli: and be m prime
The ideal condition for the mother,
preceding the birth of a foal, is to have
access :p a pasture where she may
be watched daily during the latter
part of gestatior.
If Iloistein? are sek-cted do not
expect them to thrive on closely
cropped, scanty pastures where they
are compelled to rustle all day to
gather sufficient food.
Wuert? esg? are not to be used for
hatching it will be well to remove the
male from the Sock. Don't keep eggs
in too warm a place. Below 50 de
grees is better than above it.
Will, good milking cows, well fed
and well kept, milk can be produced
at a ost of G5 cents per hundred and
butter fat for 15 cents a pound. This
is an average for the yar round.
Have spraying outfit." enough to
cover th orchard within seven to
ten days, if possible, or before the
earliest Mosoras close enough to pre
vent getting the spray mto the calyx.
It is veil to mingle as muchaspos-
siole among tne otst cows, studying
their habits and conversing with their
attendants. who aenemlly know
more about cattle than thpy are given
In construe tint the lambins p-ns
j-ev that they are ticht at the bottom;
this viill no: only kep the young
things from wandering away irom the
dams, out also will keep off any cold
or chill drans.
1" you ha's vatic pasture land avail
able try a sew goslings this summer.
After they arr well started they re
quire very Kttie attention except shel
ter, green rancf to graze or. ani plenty
of water to drink.
It is generally ;:disble to place a
owe in a pea by herself as seen as
signs of pariu-'tion are observed, but
if the act of lambing ha become ad
vanced before she is seen, it is ocst
to allow the act to be completed be
fore disturbing her.
Cull year chicken flcccs often.
Alfalfa is the best soiling crop
Broom corn Is marketed whclly in
It does not pay to be careless with
There is nothing equal to mother
milk for a young foaL
The honey bee is necessary in the
pollenization of fruit trees.
Whitewash is a cheap aid to the
keeping of a sweet and sanitary stable
This is the time of year when it is
necessary :o keep the cultivator going
After cooling, milk should in all
cases be held at tie lowest available
Good ventilation is absolutely es-
sential. but drafts trust be prevented
in the lambing shed.
The best way to get rid of mos
quitos, like the balance of our troubles,
is not to raise "em.
- The Guernsey when it come? to
j butter fat. holds a distinguished place
j as a record breaker.
i The cost of 100 pounds' gain in
j calves is about $4.10. whiie it is nearly
i 50.C0 fcr two-year-olds.
The cultivation of beau? should bp
along the same lines as of corn, and
if possiole more intensive
Spray the first time fo: the special
purpose of filling every blossom on
the tree- with the poison used.
Breaking broody hens is no: a hard
t task. A little care in the feedinr and
housing is all that ih required.
The T'nited States produces- one-
fifth of the wheat and tbree-iourths
of all the con: grown in the world.
Do not wait until the broody fever ,
hen becomes chronic, but discourage!
r.er as soon as she shows signs of it.
AH animals produce stronger young
I when both sire and dam have a rea
1 sonable amount of exercise each day.
Alfalfa is one of the best plants to
furnish green food for chickens, but
r ordinarily ii soon kills ou if over pas
tured. Shorn shn-p sell at a discount be
cause the wool cannot be pulled until
it has a growth oi thre-quarers o
; iirus.li tne uucer and surrouuamg
! parts just before milking and -.ipe
i them with a clean damp loth or
! K-ep small turkey poults out of the
i long, wet grass in the morninc and see
J that they are under covr during
Butter from fresh and projerly
ripened cram not over one day old
keeps better :han ilccs buivr made
j from sweet cream.
An important feature in ! suc-
cessful management of the ow and
litter is to gel the little plus to feed
as early as possible.
: Milk that is properly pasteurized
i and then kept a: a low temperature
j will keep much longer, as a rule, than
that which is no; treated.
j It is found that success ir dairying
depends as much en the kind of care
and management bestowed oi. the
herd, as uion the breed.
When you weed and thir out the
family garden don't forget ta- poul
try; they will relish the garden waste
and put it to a good use.
Plan to raise a fine flock r general
j purpose stendard-bred b:rc- this sea
' son. They w'l! yield much :rr-r satis
. faction and profs: than a mixec. flock.
' If a man has Jerseys, give :hem Isle
of Jersey care and feed, for they can
no; succed on scrub fare and fodder,
i They were net intended for that pur-
; Cows must be kept clean and
. healthy, have pure air to breathe.
' and tben they will return a volume
' of rich, nutritious milk in paying quan
titiefc. The cov, that wanders over bare
! pastuie;- and looks wistfully at grow
ing crops she cannot reach, is not
' happy nor contented and will not pro
. duce well.
: By two or three plantings of sweet
. corn two weeks or so apart, one can
have tender juicy corn on tne table
, three times as long as on? planting
! can give them.
i Cooked fish makes good summer as!
! mal food. Beef scraps are less liable
to cause indigestion and diarrhoea in
hot -weatber :f well scalded and mixed
with ground grains.
The butter fat from very fresh cream
is apparently in a more stable condi
tion than is the tat in the sour cream
over one cay old. and not so precis
posed to cecompo?:tiora
if shod, the shoes should be re
moved at frequent intervals, because
the heef of the horse keeps cor.tinu
, ally growing. If the horse goes us
; shed trim the feet occasionally.
The ewe wirji ihe heavy rleecc is
better protected from the weather, re
mains more healthy for that reason,
and her fleece keeps more free from
dirt, sand, manure, bits of straw and
ether :orc:gn matter.
A garden can be made to dc almc:
double what it otherwise would to
ward furnishing appetizing fcod and
change for the 'farm table, if several
timely plantings of tbe same things
are made during the .growing- season.
PRACTICAL CONSTRUCTION OF
COMFORTABLE HOG BUILDINGS
Floor Problem Is Still tan Unsettled Question Concrete Is
Satisfatory If Covered With Plank Overlays or
Falst Floors Ventilation Is Important
Factor Often Overlooked.
(By R. G WE.YTHKRSTOXE.)
The hog bouse floor is an unsettled
question. A good floor is the ground
with woven gire stretched on top to
prevent the hogs from rooting. Elec
trically welded corncrib wire is very
satisfactory. This makes a floor which
is easy on the bogs, almost free from
rats. and. if properly bedded, warn
and dry. it is, however, more difficult
to keep free from dust than some
other floors. Many concrete floors are
used, but they are cold, liable to be
wet. and are hard en the hogs" feet.
Often almost an entire pig crop and
many sows arc lost by taking cold en
concrete floors. Concrete floors are.
however, very satisfactory when cov
ered with plank overlays, or false
floors, which should be raised from
the concrete about an inch by nailing
cleats en the under side. The wood
portion of this floor consists of 2 by 4
inch timber-; laid about one-focrtb
inch apart '.o allow drainage.
Beard floors ar expensive, short
lived, coid if up off the ground, and
make the worst kind of rat harbors.
The wrfter once visited an old hog
house w:h -id floor in which the
owner said . rat had gotten over
nail tne pig- svcra: met ropo
that rats may be l-pt out by packing
sand or fin :c-s tc- the top of the joists
before laying t'-.e flur. bu: these
material are ;.'ti exm-ive to
be used fcr tl.;-. !-..rp--..
In makir: '" i - par'.tjcns. care
should a'v..--.- hi- ..'; to havr them
perfect!-. nS.v at .!. :'.ojr and fcr
about i 1" i:j' "irs abow.. o ha:
youus :- -.nn... crawl through, anc
so s.r :r thv adjoining pens cannot
get hold o Tjt:i. and pull them
through. A -:i v ill often pt.Il a newly
born pig Tlrot:n under a partition
and eat ir. who;, n the pig was in
the pen with her it would be perfectly
safe. Aboi" th- fir.-.: 10 or 12 inches
it is better to hav the partitions open
enouali th iiogs can see out. c:her
wise a --vry -m::id the sows will be
up on ' par
Pig ra i
plactti or: " .
t tc !' in-at
mg to :J. :.-
; ':, to ee what is
la rail.-, aoulil be
-... : ihc pc-... from
jr.. !: fl or. acccrd-
s- . and should
Za Some Respects it Serves e.s
Sired Mus-A:Yords Fresh
Water for tlie "Live Stock
Day and Niir fat.
m I". H H."i.EV. K"i.i cy i
I usv m: winuniill to a great ad
vantage on i..y larrr.. In some respects
i; serves a a hired hand. When I
purchased my windmill 1 secured two
pieces of t:ruo-r. nine feet long, five
inches thirk an-, eiahi inches wide
1 placed :a Igs o' the windmill os
the two piece- o." timber which has
a bevel on the bottom like a sled run
ncr. 1 firmly screw.! the legs to the
timbers and naiid braces across from
one to the other making it s;eady.
Then it wa; rady ic move from place
to place !: means of a pair of hor-es.
In the summer months when it is
hot and dry I ho'ik onto my windmrl
and take it o the- pasture and con
nect i; with th'-' pump, keeping fresh
water for the st.(k day and night. I
save the labor of doinc the pumping
myself wuich bfort. took me about
;wo hoars twice a day and my stock
enjoyed ;n j good drinks a day. Now
they enjoy cool, fresh drink at ail
times through the day.
I have a pes around my windmill
and pump to keep my stock from dam
aging either. My watering trough is
made from gum lumber IS fee; long
and 14 inches vrids. lJr inches thick
and is J feet long. L'S inches wide and
14 inches deep
I have a rubber hose to fit over the
mouth of th- pump which is five feet
long and leads to the trough and a:
the end of sty trough I have an inch
and three-quarters iron pine that inter
sects it about one inch from the top.
It comes straight down to the ground
with an elbow allowing it to go aiong
en the ground to a ditch.
My pipe is three inches unde- the
ground from being mashed by the
When the summer is over anJ i:
begins to rain I hock up to my wind
mill and bring it to the house, wh.ch
requires but a short while, connect it
to my pump at the bouse to use iz
pumping water for my stock after I
The tank is made of galvanised Iron
and is set near the well with a pipe
connecting from well to tank at tbe
top of tbe cream house. In one side '
of the tank make a hole for a piece of
gas pipe using a couple of lockouts.
one on the inside, the other on tbe
cntside to keep from leaking. On tbe '
inner end of this outlet which con
nects with tbe water tank for cattle,
use an elbow with a piece of gas pipe
about sixteen inches long turned down
so that the circulation is rood in this
lamBBmL -t't'- M -.'jftmal
" " -J"J
stand out or S inches to prevent hs
sow from mashing the pigs against the
It will be found convenient to have
the alley gates removable by lifting
out. It is sometimes helpful, also,
to have pen or all of the partition
fences removable. All partitions should
be 30 to 36 inches high.
Six by S feet is generally found to be
a very satisfactory size for pens, but if
feeding is to be done inside, the pens
will need to be longer in order to give
room to feed and water without get
ting the bed befouled. Very largo
sows, such as are sometimes kept by
breeders, may need more room, but
the producer of pork will not need
a larger pen. Small sow's do not need
this much room, and it might be good
economy to make half of the peti-s 5
feet wide. Five by 7 feet will a. oni
medate a sm?!l sow very well
How doors should be 22 to 20 inci.es
wide and 30 to 31 inches high m tne
clear In cold weather a pie-"e of
burlap or ducking bung at the top of
the hog door, with a sties a little
shorter than the width of the door
nailed across the bottom to prvei.t
the wind from blowing it back, w:!!
help materially to keep the pigs warn..
The pigs will soon learn to lift the t ur
taiz when they want to go through.
The board doors "n cots would not
then need to be closed excep in v-ry
, bad weatber, or while the pigs ere
i very Email.
In most caes cither ventilation is
lacking or the house is draftv. i- a
weli-ventilated. double-walled build
ing, little moisture will gather on the
walls even is very cold weathrr while
in a poorly '.cntilated one taioi; coats
of frost will often gather, ar.d the
whole house will be damp wber. tht
frost melts. It is not easy to secirt: a
good supply of fresh air and proven:
all drafts from striking the pig?
There are, however, several quite sat
isfactory methods of ventilation in
use. The commonest one is to maktr
some of the windows so they w;ll
either slide or swing on hinges. Tne
cloth curtain window also doe gi-d
Whitewashing the inside ci te
house is as excellent practice, be
sides going a long way toward diS;n
fecting. it increases the light mate
rially. When the sunshine strikes a
whitewashed wall, much of it i re
flected to tne floor and dues :. great
deal of good. Dark houses nhicr.
must be used wili be much imp-' " "c
brirg them into winter quarte-- and
also for the jise of watering th.' house
I have a rubber hose 14 f-tt liig
which I ut in washing os mv r ugy
and wagos. I also use it ror washing
my horses' fPt and legs as tn- o
mill forces a powerful and ch " .i
By means of the patent self k k .g
and unlocking method I can -t .s
the ground and stop cr start m; nd
iril! by pulling the cord whicr i.ang--down
beside the frame. My w-.nuu. I
cost m-- $54 but a good ml'.l cr f.t
purchased fcr $27.50 and uj
Counting the three months : - 1
ker tc" stock in the paster- .-.nc
three hoUrs' work per day at 10 er.t
per heir which is the minimum v ac
for farm hands, the windsrlil wil" save
527 half the price of the mi!!, uhile
it would cost me that amoun: if I did
no: have it for a hand to pus.;- waur
for the stock.
There are several ether advatages
that the windmill is to the farts It
can be attached to the grindstone, tht
c2a separator, churs. rtc. making
;. one of fhe mest useful implements
on the farm.
Harrowing vs. Prayir.g fcr Hair..
"If I were to some onto your farm
and set 75u teams to work for a v .-k
hauling water onto a quarter sec'ior.
u t:.e rr.te of four tons a day 1 vo-:.d
then only put on as much wa;-r as
evaporates in a week wnes ;Le-- ;s
a sood moisture content in the soil ""
This is the striking illustration tha
Presidcn: Worst of the North irakr-a
Agricultural college gives of the trr
mendous amount of water tha es
capes by evaporation. He then ( in
cludes: "A thorough harrowing vlll
stop this evaporation and save hat
amount o: water."
Rid Garden cf Grub Worms.
Under no circumstances shoula you
use the same garden spot again until
you have rid the soil of the worir.s
and grubs. To do this plow The land,
roll, drag and roll again to hold thc
moisture. Then give it another thcr
In September go ever the ground
again making sure all weeds art- de
stroyed, and next spring you may
again use the space for a garden.
tank, the water going in at tie top
and ou; at the bottom. AH the water
for cattle most pass around the
cream where the cream can is set as
soon as separated.
Boys' and Girls' Clubs.
Clubs for farm boys and girls to
stimulate interest in -improved metb- J
ods of agriculture and better living
conditions en the farm now have a
total membership of 144.C0C in tike
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RUDE AWAKENING FOR L-CA
Teo Late She Discovered That Vis
itor Was Not the Object of
The gentle Eliza was sitting drearily
in the darkened room, waiting miser
ably for a visitor, whom she feared
wcuid never come. To tell the truth.
Hliza and William had quarreled bit
terly the night before. But what is
that? A ring, a step, a maculinc
voice. She waited not, but threw
nerseif into the visitor's arms.
"Oh. my darling!" she sobbfd, vith
her head upon his bosom. "I am so
gla.l you have called. I did so long
to make up and do my best to pay
you for bringing light into :uy life.
It us settle peacefully once niort)
with each other."
"Well, miss." said a strange -voiw,
'i"m willin". I'm sure. But ruy in
structions is that if you don't 7 in to
cut off the gas!"
And it was only then that Kliza
found out she had mistaken a coin
mon gas person for ber Will-..ui
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEA4- ?
Thousands suffer from sick or weak
ened kidneys without knowing lht
cause. If you hato
look to your kidnejs
give tbe help tho
kidneys need Mrs.
R. E. Scott. 302 Front
St., Baker Ci:. Ore.,
gays: Vrcr twelve
years I was a sufieror
from kidney iron hi.
illy back ached tern
the kidney secretions wen m
Jiwjul condition and my bladder badly
inflamed. I grew so bad I was bed-fas-
and was so thin I looked like a
skeleton. Doctors failed to help mo
and I began using Doan's Kidney
Pi!!s. They cured me permaiimitly
and I am now as well and stron;- :uj
Remember tbe name Doai t
For sale by druggists and guuoral
Etcrekeepers everywhere Pn Kne.
Foste--Milbum Co.. 3unY.Ic N 7
He Knew It.
Tomn.j Bad, what i nse:rr r- Hie'
Iarent S-sh, my boy l.r mart
Lo.e, which is the es.-n- ' '.oil,
: .: no: for levity, bu; - th mUI
wcr- of ft man. Emeu-or
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