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Whooplnpr Cough, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Incipient
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Cututvmk -and Vur.
Out brush should be used daily
p'ace of the ordinary hair
. U.it washes, or hair grow
, !' you do not find, after
riths trial, thai
i Hair Brush
, vill do all we claim for it send it
i, br.z'.z and your money
Will oc refunded, x ou
C.'tti hay the number
o.z size for
0 rr.nteed to Cure
i icr.dache in live minuted I
. . .l.:J..cIjc in five minutes I
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! inj diseases of the scalp!
-. I f.;l.lng Iiair and baldness I
t!w hair Jong and glossy I
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84a Broadway, N.Y.
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0 -irod lolitOH days. You can bo troutoj 4
Kf.'i 1 .. , e- "-- uuuir lani bu.i l aa
XlLVly'l.," ,r,('rtoe.rnehera wowiiicon-
norlmi n, It we fail t.. cure. If you hve taken ruor
cury. Iodide iioaash, and (till have, scliva and
MM, "iicunti'aleliea in mouth, SornTlirnat
1 implce, ,,,,, r Colored Kiots, Ulcer oo
any part of the body, lluiror Kyelirowa Mllns
out. It la tills Secondary BLOOD ftoiSON
wei;uaranU-etocure. WetolicttUieaaoat obatl.
ut casoa and elmlleiiire the world for a
,m Mir"n,iMt.c".V Th,s Pf h.u always
rallied the aklll of the moat eminent phTl
clans. 500,000 capital behind our aKi,.
application Addrew t'OOK KKMEUV fit
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O.H.JONES, Room 496,
ir. Manager Vermont I ami Join Mill.
Spwilk's act directly upon the disease,
without exciting disorder in other parts
of the system. They Cure the Sick,
w ), cones. raicn.
1 Feer, CoeaeattOBt, Inflammation,. ,43
'i Wornn, Worm Fcrer, Worm Colic. . .'25
3- Trrlhlnc, Colic, Crylng.Wakcfulneat .23
4- Dlarrhra, of Children or AdulU ti
t Deaths, OoMa, iironcbitu ss
M ruralgla, Toothache, Kaceache 33
9-llrada,'hr, Slrk Headache, Vertigo . ,113
10 llyiprpala. Indlgeatlon.WeakStomacb.'iS
1 1 -Nuppreurd or Painful Period, 93
12- White. Too Profuie Period! 33
13- Cruup, Laryngllli, Iloaraeneu 33
ft Ball Rheum. F.ryilpla. Eruptlona.. .33
1 3 Kheumaliim. Rheumatic Palni 33
W Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague 33
1 9-Cairrh, Influenza, Cold In the Bead .33
V ft Ma Dlienaea 3
3H-Krrvoui Drblllly 1 .00
BO-trlnary Wrakneu. WetUngBed... .33
77-Crl. Hay Fever 33
Dr. Humphrey' Manual of all Dlaeaaei at your
DriitfKi-tHnr MailbU Free.
Sold hy ilruffftiHtn. or wnt on receipt of price,
numphrr),' llnl. Co.. Cor. William i John hu ,
DEVICES FOR FEEDING.
Mttlp Contrlvanrr-e Which, Tliuigb
Sermlnicly I nlmportant. Are
Ureal l.nlaur Savers.
Tin! i rineipal employment of farin-
trs for the next three months will he
caring for their live stock. Anything
that will facilitate the work of feed
ing is in order. Two convenient home
made tools are illustrated in Vig. 1.
A is a half-peck feed box, made from
a piece of stove pipe. The bottom ii
B piece of OUe-quarter-inch board fit
ted nicely in the pile and well nailed
to its place. The top should be bent
over a rin;r of No. 0 wire to Rive it
sufficient strength. To hold the even
half peck for a seven-inch pipe, the
DKVICES FOR FEKDINQ
depth should lie just seven inches. Ii
is a pruin scoop for filling sacks, eie.
It is made from a piece of sheetiroa
IS inches lonp hy 14 inches wide. Tnc
List way to fasten the sides to the
crosspiece is to bore a hole through
it, from end to end, and draw th
sides up with a small bolt. The
handle is attached to this cross-piece
und to the end piece, as shown. The
edpes of this, also, should bc wired.
Kpotits with "cut offs" for drawing
small grains, ground feed, etc., from
bins on a higher level, are (juite com
mon, but such conveniences nre not so
common about corn-cribs. Klg. 2 rep
resents a form of spout or "shoot" by
which corn can be drawn from a
crib very nicely. The opening in the
crib should be not less than 16 inches
square and the shoot, the same size,
is set sloping down at an angle of
40 degrees. It should be about two
feet lonjr. The bottom is in two
pieces, the lower half being hinged to
the upper. To shut off the corn, this
portion of the bottom ia simp'ly
turned up and hooked. A, Fig. 2,
shows the shoot with the top off and
the bottom let down. II shows the
shoot closed. Two or three shoots
like this along the side of a crib will
save a great deal of shoveling and of
i lifting also, if the crib is so situated
i that the corn can lie run directly into
a sled or wagon. --Albert Ilex, in Ohio
Every Pound of II si,,, i, 1,1 Have
Slumped on II the Ingrrdlrnta
of Which ii la Composed,
The bealthfulness of oleomargarine
is a question that is constantly being
considered. The difficulty of properly
answering the question is increased by
the fact that the oleomargarine of to
day is not necessarily the oleomargar
ine of to-morrow, nnd the oleomargar
ine that 1 turned out by one factory
is not the same us that turned out by
another. Chemists have now discov
ered that some oleomargarine contains
paraffin, to give it tinner composition,
l'orailin by itself is indigestible, and it
may also be indigestible when incor
porated with the fats that compose
oleomargarine, but we ure not yet cer
tain of that point, for the reason
that no one appears to hove investigat
ed what parallin will do in such a com
bination. It may be less harmful than
by itself or it may be more harmful.
It may be that the union of paraffin
with fut permits some of it to get
through the tissues with the fnt, and
there it may work all kinds of mis
chief or it may not. However, people
do not care to take their chances on
such uncertainties. It is manifestly
the duty of the government to ascer
tain such facts for the people. If par
affin ie to be. sold as butter we should
at least know what effect it will have
when taken into the human system.
We believe that every pound of oleo
margarine that goes out should have
stamped on the package containing it
the ingredients that ore used in its
manufacture, including all the preserv
atives. Farmers' Review,
To Matter a Klpklnir Tow.
There are few things around a farm
that nre more exasperating than a
bulky horse or u kicking cow. No
trouble will be had with the latter if
this plan is tried: 'lake two straps
with a buckle on the end of each.
I'uckle one of them about the animal's
hind legs just above the big joint and
back of the udder. This should not be
loose enough to slip over the joint, ar ;
not tight en tgh to prevent slipping
the other strap through it. Slip the
second strap through the first and
then buckle around the other leg the
same as the first, nnd draw up until the
legs are held close together. You can
then proceed in safety with the milk
ing. Your cow will neither kick nor
run away. J. L, Irwin, in Ohio Farmer.
A good way to destroy plant lice
Is to dip the affected parts of the
plant into a bucket of strong to
bacco water, or else syringe with this
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER.
A Bodgret of Information for i:vrrv
dar I'ae In the Home
A lemon custard pie that If always
appreciated is made in this wise: The
crust is baked first, an open shell, per
forating it in several places with a fork
before putting in the oven, to avoid hlis
tering. For the filling, cream together
one-half cupful of sugar and butter the
size of a walnut. Add the juice of half
a lemon and two tnblespoonfuls of l,,l
tng water, und, lastly, the beaten .lolks
of three eggs, (irate in a little of the
rind and cook iii double boiler until
thick. Heal the whites of the eggs to a
stiff froth and stir in ufter the tilling is
taken from the fire. I'our all in the
open cnisi already baked and set in
oven for a few moments. If a meringue
is desired, whip the whites to a froth,
add two tublespoonf uls pulverized
sugar, spread over the top and dry slow
ly in the overt until an inch thick and
a golden brow n.
A fruit and nut cake Indlffenous 10
California, but much appreciated by
tourists from "the states," is made in
this way: Stir to a cream twocupfuls
of sugar and one of butter'. Add the
yolks of six eggs beaten light, one lea
spoonful of cinnamon and nutmeg
mixed antl one teaspoonful soda dis
solved in one cupful of cold water, Heat
the whites of the eggs to a stilT froth
and fold in alternately with the Hour,
into which two teaspoonfuls of cream
tartar has been sifted, until four eup
fuls of flour have been used. Lastly,
stir into the mixture one pound of rai
sins seeded, chopped nnd dredged with
Hour and one cupful of hickory nut ker
nels, also dredgttl. Mix all thoroughly
and bake in two loaves in a slow oven,
The most wholesome and altogether
delicious way in which the large Span
ish or Bermuda onions can be cooked is
by roasting in their skins. Lay the
onions directly on the bottom of the
oven and bake three or four hours, lly
this method they will be cooked in their
own steam, and none of the medicinal
properties of the onion be dissipated,
When ready to serve peel, put on hot
dishes, add salt, pepper nnd butter, and
realize that, you have the onion at its
very best. Invalids can eat onions pre
pared in this way. When boiled in the
usual fashion they ore sure 1o disa
gree. The onions may be served whole
or be cut in small pieces, but in ellher
case they will be found tender, juicy
Cod liver oil, say physicians, should
be taken during or Immediately nfter
meals. It is best given as clear oil when
it can be taken. If this is too distaste
ful a pinch of salt taken before and
after the dose rnnidlv removes from thA
mouth the unpleasant fish tuste. Many
aver mat it is easier taken in ice water.
Just enoueh ice water for n Kn-nllnw is
put in a glass, and to this the oil should
oe aimed. 1 he oil win gather in a masB
in the center, and if the whole is swal
lowed at once it w ill scarcely be tasted.
Apple tonBt makes n delightful nnd
simple dessert for invalids or the aged.
The foundation of the dish is bread
toasted In the oven until crisp thrcugh
otit. Place the slices in the bottom of
a colander set w ithin another dish, turn
boiling water over each slice, drain im
mediately and serve hot in a nrettv
china saucer with sweetened nnn'.c
sauce nbout the consistency of marma
lade turned over each slice. The sauce
may also be made of dried a miles or nre-
Old and obdurate stains in linen mav
be removed by the fumes arisine? from
n small piece of burning sulphur (some-
times even a sulphur match will he
enough), followed by washing in water
in WHICH a little soda has been dissolved.
A dainty dessert for the nursery or
invalid's tray consists of an apple cored
and carefully baked, then covered with
whipped cream or the white of an ere
beaten stiff with a little sugar.
In disinfecting a room with sulnhur
the vessel containing it should be
placed as high as possible, so that the
henvy fumes may fall. Washington
HER RULING PASSION.
She Mourned Ibe Drain of Her Friend,
lint Conldn'l Overlook Her
"There goes a woman." said the girl,
"who hasn't a thought on earth except
dress. I know that superior man at
tributes this particular woakness to nil
women but it's a canard, as, of
course, nre nine out of ten of male es
timates of women."
She conquered a refractory button
on her glove before she continued:
"Rut that woman who passed us is,
without doubt, the most dress-ernzy
woman 1 have ever met. She knows
no topic save dress ran speak on no
other subject. She spends one-half
of her time at her dressmaker's, nnd
the other half is used in exploiting the
handicraft of the modist. Goodness
only knows when she nuinncres to get
anything to eat. Sb'f dead to every
feeling, I believe, except, that, which
has to do with drefsa. And what do
you think she said Saturday? I met
her as we were going out of n house of
mourning. A young woman whom we
both knew had died 4ut the feeling
of sorrow was too fresh upon me to
permit anything more than a nod of
recognition. For lialf a square we
walked side by side. Then I said:
'Poor, dear fflara alive and well one
Week ago, and now now she's gone!'
" 'Tea,' answered my friend, blandly
'but wasn't she dressed beautifully?
Kenlly. it was a treat to see her!'"
What Perfect Health Is.
Perfect health is that condition of tht
body when digestion is so perfect that
tbe physiological balance between the
destruction and construction that goes
on unceasingly In cell life is daily kept
norms!. E. B. Warm an , in Ladies' Bomr
STRAW AS FERTILIZER.
Tnklnv All Kind Into Conalderctlon,
111 Value Can lie rim ed at Two
The actual value of straw for the fer
tilizing elements in the slruw itself
may be roughly estimated at about two
dollars per ton or it little more, taking
all the various straws into considera
tion. Clover haulm, from which the.
seed has been threshed and which hats
lost its leaves, muol be reckoned con
siderably higher, nnd we should say
at three times that amount, although
we have nut a reliable analysis at hand
on which to base our estimate. Hut
the Importance of using straw as bed
dlng in the stables does not depend
upon the value of the slraw as n fer
tilizer, but first upon the value of a
warm, dry und comfortable bed for tlie
animals, u purpose w hich may be served
by other material, us sawdust or leaves,
and second upon its power of absorbing
liquids. Straw easily absorbs twice its
own weight, und when thai consists of
the liquid excrements of the animal.
it makes the soaked straw actually
more valuable than the solid droppings
of the animals. It saves and conveys
to the soil in a form readily available
for plant food, all the nitrates, phos
phates and potash which are passed off
from the system in that way. It has
also a mechanical effect in lightening
up a heavy soil, making it porous, more
absorbent of moisture, more easily
pent" rated by plant roots, und also by
frost and air, both of which have Im
portant effects in working the chemical
changes there which make mineral
matters more readily available. We do
not think the haulm from clover or
other hay thrished for the seed makes
as good bedding us straw, and neither
does corn stover, but cither of them
contain more fertilizing elements than
win at or oat straw, and if cut in pieces
of an inch long they have nearly as
much absorbent power. It is a mistake
lo put, either of these into the manure
without cutting them, because they
have not then opportunity to absorb
so much of the liquid, and because more
extra labor is necessary to handle the
mnnure with these long stalks in it
than would be required to reduce them
to Inch-long pieces. The same thing
may be said of potato, tomato, squash
and other vines. If cut short they make
valuable additions to the manure heap,
but If put In uncut they ure u nuisance.
WOODEN WATER PIPES
How tbe Fnrn, SDrlna- .Ma j Be Dlverl
rd to llouae or llnrn at Altnoat
Where water Is to be conveyed under
ground a wooden pipe can often be used
at a great saving of expense. Use cedar
or some wood that will not readily de
cay under ground, and make in either
of the forms shown In the cut, "tongue
and grooving" the joints that are at the
bottom, filling the joints with white
lead before putting them together.
Water can thus be conveyed from a
WOODEN WATER PIPER
sjirinp; to the bouse or barn Ht almost
no expense in money, nnd the labor of
dipfrinjr a trench can be done nt odd
times when other work is not pressing,
On hundreds nnd hundreds of farms the
stock is driven lone; distances to water
in stormy as well as pleasant weather,
and often with great discomfort to both
attendants and stock, when all the
while the water might be brought right
into the barn. If a fanner could once
experience the satisfaction and profit
of having a supply of water thus nt
hand and under cover, he would never
permit a possible opportunity to secure
this convenience to go to waste. Willi
the water in the barn, moreover, there
is no longer need for the stock to drink
ice water for live months of the year.
N. Y. Tribune.
FACTS FOR FARMERS.
Feed so ns to make the most out of
the feed, as well as the most out of the
It is cheaper to kill nnd cure sufli-
cieot meat now than to buy next sring I
As soon as tlie ground freezes hard
apply more covering to the fruit und
After an animal is reasonably well
fattened the lighter feeding usually be
comes less profitable.
It is generally those farmers who
need the education the least who nt
tend the farmers' institutes in the
The team that is expected to do the
hauling during the winter should be
well shod, nnd slvould have good blan
kets to protect them at any time Ibe
may be left standing in the cold. N. J
Shepherd, in Kansas Farmer.
Illnte on Storing Polatora.
The foUofiteg plan for preventing
them from eprouling in fipriny will be
found useful when many are placed in
the cellar for family use; it destroyk
the eyes or buds, after which they
never start, consequently the tubers dc
not become shriveled and tough: lie
fore placing- them in the cellar leave
the tubers for an hour in a solution ol
sulphuric acid, about pints to 21
gallons of water, the whole being thor
oughly mixed; after removing from
this bath they should be spread out tc
dry, then placed in barrels. The solu
tion also prevents decay. Such potatoes
will never grow under any circum
stances, so those intended for planting
should not ba so treated. Farmers'
, 4ii. i-iiixjauae
n i ii u h iii mmm i
r .1 V'j .W
Blend most softly and
liliU play most cucctivciy over
ViiilLja ics'.ic scene vwicu uirow 11
I III ' .
?"3 be awsn candles.
The light that heightens
beauty's charm, thaigivcsthe
finished touch to Uicdrawin
room or dmiug room, is the
mellow gl-.w ol
Sold 111 all colors and shade.
I to harmonize with any Ulterior
B hangings or dtcorations.
uj Matnifactared hy
STANDARD OIL CO.
if. For sale everywhere,
TRUSSES, 65c. $1.25 AND Iff
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vrl ImnlMw klaitlr lru. illuntitttet aliovr, tut this
Ml. ut ami M ini in HI With W K IM'KtlAL I IIH f MBM.j
tale your ll' lirlti. Wtlffctt Ag. liowlunir you have been
rttptttrvd, wlit'ther rttpHIM in .MrKeorsmrllj alo utatc
uuiuirrr InohN ftTOI rul thv body on a line with the
rupture, Hay whether rui'tureli' on light or left aide,
and wo will iei.il either RDM to you it h thfl under
ptamlliik.' if II It mi 1 1 ; 1 1 tit and rquil 'n lrnar that
flail al three tlmen our prltr.oucau rtuuru It and we
will return your money.
WRITE FpR FRCE TRUSS CATALOGUE KwlSS lE
f lrea. iueludlii SS H.00 Ua Traaa &t "7 C
ttiateuiea alawal aoj ra. and whkawaarll far d)Zt I J
Aiiim. SEARS, ROEBUCK & Co. CHICAM
prv . bovo reviltn Id 30days. It sett
pov. '.i'"i i ij.iuiekly. Cures when all others all.
teem I will regain tkelf lcet manhood, and old
moo will recover tbclr juuthfal vigor bj unlnj
RE VIVO. It qulcklr and eurolyraetorea Nervous
neat, Last Vitality, Impotent?, Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Fall m l Memory, Watting Diseases, ud
all offsets ot self Lbuae or eicecaand indiscretion,
which unflta one lor u(U(ly.biiine or marrlaga. II
not only cures by etartlng at the seat of dlsesss, bsl
Is a great nerve tolo and blood builder, bring,
lag back the pink glow to pale ehaeka and re
storing the flro of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Ooasomptlns. Insist on having BEVITOt as
otnar. It can De carried in vest poeset. bj man
LOO par package, or tea for tjeVMi trlth a post
lira wrtttaa gnarantne to cava ar refund
the ataaey. Advloo and circular fres, Address
Royal Medicine QbXSaSBtit
For sale by Middleburg Drug Co
txr this is. on aas
send to ua, itate your
ritkt aed kflgM al,r
number inches around
body at seat and ectk,
ant we will send mil
SueUhil rietk Oat to
sou br exnresi. c.
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SMla.tlM. You can
examine and try II
on at your nearest
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tliroiiirlnMit wllh Kr.rli.d Kits la bla.k, khaasreat. Very
elaborau-lv emhrnlilrreil with aaalaekt bralt and black
baadlng ts Illustrated, Trimmed allarr.undwlthextra
flne SI set TMh.t Far. heavily Interlined with wadding
anil ll' eronamiil. Wat's T"r free I laak t MftBata itteaas,
SEARS, ROEBUCK & COACHICAOO
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Is about as near perfection as SO years
of Lamp-Making can attain to. It
burns kerosene, and gives a powerful,
clear, white light, and will neither blow
nor Jar out. When out driving with
it the darkness easily keeps about two
hundred feet ahead of your smartest
horse. When you want the very best
Driving Lamp to be had. ask your
dealer for the " Dietz."
We issue a special Catalogue of this
Lamp. and. If you ever prowl around
after night-fall. It will Interest you.
Tia mailed tree.
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may be Secured bv
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