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KIDNEY TROUBLE I HENS. MOTHERS FOR GOSLINGS. in ii i marm iiivj m? Suffered Two Years Relieved In Three Months .... lie nrst tning - Type of Construction Used by Ontario Agricultural Station. t The authorities of the Ontario Agri- cultural college have devised a coop MR. a which they recommend for the hen and chicks. It is so devised that it gives plenty of air both day and night, and during the night in particular can be so closed that small animals cannot get in to disturb either hen or chicks. A good idea of the front of the coop is shown at A in the accompanying illustration. The upper part is covered with wire B. FIZER, Mt. Sterlinjr, Ky., " have suffered with kidney ana bladder trouble for ten years past. "Last March I commenced using Peruna and continued for tliree months. I have not usod it since, nor have I felt a pain. " I believe that I am well and I therefore give toy highest commendation to the curative qualities of Peruna." For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. II. Simser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: Pe-ru-- " 1 had not been well for about four had kidney trouble, and, In years. tact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer I got so very bad I thought I would try Peruna, so I wrote to you and began at once to take Peruna and Manalin. "I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than have for some time. "I feel that Peruna and Manalin cured me and made a different woman of me altogether. I bless the day I picked up the little book and read of your Peruna. " It is the business of the kidneys to remove from the blood all poisonous materials. They must be active all the time, else the system suffers. There are times when they need a little assistance. Peruna is exactly this sort of a remedy. It has saved many people from disaster by rendering the kidneys service at a time when they were not able to bear their own burdens. 1 Note the Distinction! nalist or Christian man." 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OHMMH National Hank. llon. ft i are area. 2 afflicted Tbofpjon'i Eye Water . tm James R. Keeler, retired farmer, of Fenner St., Cazenovia, N. Y., says: "About fifteen years ago I suffered with my back and kidneys. I doctored and used many remedies without getting relief. Beginning with Doan's Kidney Pills, I found relief from the first box, and two boxes restored me to sound condigood, tion. My wife and many of my friends have used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results and I can earnestly recommend them." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milhur- n ADVICE FROM ONE WHO KNEW. Proof of Dire Change Results That Follow of Occupation. "When I was district attorney,'' said Judge Sweney, of Shasta county, California. "I secured the conviction of Montana Jack, a highwayman, who When whs something of a humorist. asked by the judge whether he had anything to say against sentence being passed upon him Jack admitted that he had no protest to make, but that he would like to give a few words of advice to the young men in the room. Permission being granted, Jack said: "Boys, my advice to you Is to stick RAISING. QUEEN to whatever you are doin'. Don't change your occupation, or you'll Nursery Cage for the Hatching of Vir- never get along in the world. Look gin Queens. at me. I was a successful burglar for Secondary House for Brooder Chicks. years, never got caught, and collared bee expert, Mr. Sladen, An lots of dough. Then I turned highnetting and the lower part with slats has English British recently published in the so that the chicks can come in or go and wayman got caught in my first im! out at will. B is a board which is Bee Journal a description of hiss And here am. all the result for queen-cellWhatmade to fit over the slats and can be proved nursery cage of changing my occupation. fastened in place by thumb buttons and virgin queens. He says: ever you are, boys, stick to it." for the Woman's Home My improved nursery-cagon either side of the coop. Companion. of virgin queens and for A good idea of the end sections is hatching distributare until them Not German. He And Was they holding ed to the nuclei is illustrated in the One of our third grade teachers nois held in ticed a little fellow the other day durcut. The ripe queen-cel- l sides, which ing a penmanship lesson who was eviposition by the wire-clotcan be easily adjusted to grip securedently absorbed in his work and putof any size. The cage ting his whole soul Into his efforts to ly queen-cell- s which make his results look like the teachopens on a new principle, makes the insertion or removal of the er's copy upon the blackboard. or of food for the queen exqueen-cel- l Thinking such devotion worthy of peditious and easy. The cage hangs special reward she passed up the aisle between the combs some distance to give him an encouraging pat upon from the top by the stout wire shaft, the head and the regulation smile of the bent portion of which rests on the approval. As she drew near she notop-baof one of the frames. The ticed that his lips were moving, and or queen, is thus kept warm that with the completion of each letter pupa, Another House for Young Chicks. between brood, and this is very impor- he compared it with his copy and mutshown in C. The size may be made tant in the cold nights of May and tered audibly, "damit," "damit;" then to suit the owner, but it has been June. The. cage itself is of the small- screwed up his coinage and his lips found by the Ontario authorities that est possible eize, so that a number of for a new attempt. The teacher passed on without distracting his mind from a coop two feet high in front, 15 his work. Journal of Education. inches high in the rear and two or three feet long works very satisfacCzar as Composer of Music. torily. The portion of the coop coverFor the last 18 months the czar has ed with wire netting is one foot wide. a prisoner in one of been virtually As shown at C, the front is movaown palaces and in the intervals his are ble so that when the chicks large of state work he has solaced himself enough the hen can leave the coop with composing music and writing time. during the day verse. His poetry is melodious and polished and his music is carefully SOLAR WAX EXTRACTOR. melancholy and inspired by a spirit of fatalism. Some three years ago some Rays of Sun Used in Rendering the of the czar's poems were published Wax. under the pseudonym of Olaf. with music by his cousin, the Grand Duke A solar wax extractor is needed in D'Assia, but he has himself set some runevery apiary and several are kept of his verses to music with a considerning in many large apiaries. Extractable amount of taste and a real knowlors which render wax by steam are edge of harmony. Nicholas II. has a also used. To the latter class belongs fine collection of violins, of which he CLOUD VtS. M the improved Swiss wax extractor. Is very proud. This improvement, invented in SwitThe Nursery Cage. zerland and improved in America, conDanger in Signals. "I was playing a game of cards in sists of a tin or copper vessel with them can hang side by side between a circle of perforations in the bot- two combs without widely separating a mining camp in the Rockies," said tom near the sides to let in steam the combs, and one or more of the the man, "when sudfrom a boiler below and within this cages can be inserted or removed on denly my partner, by way of a gentle upper vessel another receptacle the turning back the quilt without lifting hint, held up two fingers to Indicate comb receiver made of perforated out a frame. The part "c" may be that he had a pair. Quick as a flash, ziac. Within a few years wax extract made of tin plate or of celluloid. With one of our opponents whipped out his ors employing the heat of he sun and the latter material the queen and dirk and slashed off the fingers. known as solar extractors have come queen-cel- l "Awful! Well, It was pretty bad, can be easily seen inside The essential fea the cage while it is closed. At "t" but wasn't he in luck that he didn't into general use. tures in all the forms that have been and "w" are shown different kinds have a full hand?" devised are a metal tank with a of shafts. Worth Observing. glass cover and usually a wire cloth This cage can be used, if required, In a certain preparatory school In strainer under which is placed the re- as an introducing-cage- . candy-holThe Washington an instructor ono day ceptacle for the wax, the whole soar is covered with a tin slide, made the statement that "every year ranged as to enable one to tilt it at which, when pushed to one side en- a sheet of water 14 feet thick is raised such an angle as will catch the direct ables the bees to liberate the queen to the clouds from the sea." of The effectiveness rays of the sun. by eating through the candy. "At what time of the year does that the solar extractor is increased by occur, professor?" asked a freshman, having the glass doubled and adding Eggs. Preserving "It must be a sight worth going a a reflector, such as a mirror or a The usual way of preparing water-glas- s long way to see." Harper's. sheet of bright metal. Exchange. for storing eggs is to dilute ono of silicate of soda in ten parts CHANGE IN FOOD part CHICK CHAT. of pure rain water. The eggs, which must be strictly fresh, are placed in Works Wonders in Health. Fine, clean grit should be the first a stone crock or wooden tub, and the solution poured upon them. A cool thing eaten by little chicks. It Is worth k nowing that a change Early maturity for market means cellar Is the best place to keep the In food can cure dyspepsia. "I deem considerable in making up the profits. jar. Waterglass, or silicate of soda It my duty to let you know how Grape-Nut- s Felch says the light brahma will can be secured at most druggists at food has cured me of indigestion. "I had been troubled with it for Eggs will grow a broiler to weigh two pounds 10 to 30 cents a pound. at eight weeks of age. keep in it, If fresh when put down, for years, until last year my doctor recThis method ommended Grape Nuts food to be used A pound of naphthaleen dissolved in six months or a year. instrucI followed very morning. a gallon of coal oil makes an excellent la considered one of the best known for preserving eggs. tions and now I am entirely well. lice paint for the rooBts. "The whole family like Grape-Nuts- , Stale (but not moldy) bread moistwe Ducks. use four packages a week. You of Among best Mortality first is the one ened with milk The causes of mortality among are welcome to use this testimonial as foods for chicks and ducklings. Is young ducks may be summed up as you see fit." A poorly bred thoroughbred The reason this lady was helped by Overheat, dampness, getworse than a scrub. Scrub treatment follows: of grit, gray head lice, the use of Grape-Nut- s lack wet, ting food, Is that It of thoroughbreds. will make scrubs sudden showers, delayed hatches, ex- Is predlgested by natural processes Stale and dirty water is a frequent to sun, lack of fresh water, and therefore dees not tax the stomach cause of bowel trouble in the early posure vessels loo shallow, and as the food she had been using; it also drinking youngsters; provide clean water In breeding out of condition. contains the elements required for dishes. clean building up the nervous system. If The "spring chicken" should be Surprising. that part of the human body Is In perthan February, noi hatched not earlier It is surprising how many people, fect working order, there can be no later than May. The market weight church goers, and, as a rule good peo dyspepsia, for nervous energy repreis two to three pounds. pie, are willing to pay for a secret by sents the steam that drives the enStrong parents make strong chirk? which summer eggs can be preserved gine. Be When the nervous system Is run gtrong chicks are active and quick to be sold In winter as fresh. down, the machinery growing quick growth makes the above such dishonest practices. of the body works badly. Grape-Nutfood can be Juicy, meaty broiler and roaster. on Farm. the Beei used by small children as well as Set two hens at the same time; to the adults. It is Add a hive or two of bee ihen. if the hatch Is not large, all the perfectly cooked and chicks can be given to the most farm's equipment this year, and save ready for Instant use. to now sweets some the of that go Read. "The Road to Wcllvllla," In motherly hen and the otlicr set again, waste io the field and garden. or given her liberty. pkgs. "There's a Reason." 1 d FOOT-EAS- E IN THE Vi T Abt0m eaa dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES; M experience required; tuccess guarantied. STOMACH Dont expect a man to have faith in your judgment if you call him a fool. s ON STRIKE SUCCESSFUL TONIC TREATMENT FOR INDIGESTION. I Or. Williams' Pink Pills Cured This Woman and Have Cured Many Hundreds of Other Case of Common Ailments Loss of appetite, coated tongue, bad taste in the mouth, heavy dull headache and a dull, sluggish feeling -- Uiese are the symptoms of omaeh trouble. They Then She Takes the Lines. indicate that the stomach is on a strike; to the t hat it is BO longer furnishing The young girl's air was pensive she said. "Reginald will blood the full quota of nourishment that) conduct me to the altar. There " the body demands, hence every organ suffers. Smiling, she lighted another cigarette. There are two methods of treatment, " his leadership will end." the old one by which the stomach is humored by the use, of prisligested foods Important to Mothers. aud artificial ferments, and the new one Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORTA, by which the stomach is toned up to do a haft- und pure remedy for infants auJ children, t lie work winch nature intended of it. and bee that It A recent cure hv the tonic treatment is that of Mrs. Mary Btavfcpole, of 81 Beat the Liberty street, Lowell, Haas, She says: Signature of "I suffered constantly for years from III Use Kor Over ao Year. stomach trouble and terrible backaches and was confined to my bed the greater lac hUml You Uave Always iiuught. part of three years. I was under the care of our family physician most of the Still Normandy's Heroine. One of the favorite postal cards time, but did not seem to get better. n and was "I was completely offered for sale to tourists by shop not able to do niy work about the house. shows of Rouen, Normandy, keepers blood was impure and my complexa modern feminine compatriot of Joan My ion pale. I suffered from flashes of of Arc dressed and posed to repreheat, followed suddenly by chills.' I sent the great French heroine spinhad awful headaches, which lasted from ning in her thatched roofed cottage three to four days. I could get but little rest at night, as my sleep was broken at Do m re my. ami fitful. As a result I lost several pounds iu weight aud became very nerHow's This? The inducements to adojit Nature' perfect Laxative, Gartield Tea, are many! It is made wholly of riniple Herhe and is guaranteed under the rule Food and Drugs Law; it overcomes constipation, regulates the liver unci kidneys, purifies the blood and brings Good Health. run-dow- vous. We offer One Hundred Dnllara Reward for any ?ase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'a "I was Catarrh Cure. in a wretched condition when I heard about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I started to take the pills at once and F. J. CHKNEV & CO., Toledo. O. We. the untlerHlgned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly honorable In all miihiefi trananlonit and flnanclaUy able to carry out any obligation made by bin firm. Walihno. Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale DruggMa, Toledo. O. Tlall'i Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blOOd add mucoun surface of the system. Testimonial! gent free, l'rlce 75 centa per bottle. Sold by all Ilruggteta. Take Hall's Family Plll f. constipation. began to gain in weight and health. 1 was encouraged by this to keep on until I was cund. My friends aud neighbors often remark what a changed woman I am aud I owe it all to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." These wonderful pills are useful in a wide range of diseases such as annemia, Penalties of Eating. rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, nervous A Washington physician one mornheadaches, and eveu locomotor ataxia ing was summoned by a patient whose aud partial paralysis. The great value of Dr. 'Williams' Pink eccentricities of diet had required lies in the fact that they actually Pills on him many times before; but palling make new blood and this carries health this occasion the patient was unusuaud strength to every portion of the ally frank about the cause of his trou- body. The stomach is toned up, the ble. nerves are strengthened, every organ is , "It's my own fault, doctor," came stimulated to do its work. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by from him in lugubrious tones. "Exdruggists, or sent , postpaid, on receipt perience teaches one what he can eat all cents box, six boxes for and what he can't eat. Last night I of pries, 60the Dr. per Williams Medicine $2.50, by ate three cucumbers, a few radishes, iScheuectady, N. Y. and Company, a saucerful of strawberries, drank a glass of ice water. Then I It requires the same kind of pawent to bed. However, I've learned to teach a pig to waltz that is tience one tiling: a man has no right to drink needed by the fisherman who can Sunice water just before retiring." angle all day without getting a bite. day Magazine. BABY'S ECZEMA GREW WORSE. Mm, Winelow's Soothing Syrnp. For children teething, eaf tool the frunie, reduces In. aamiuallon. allaya pain, curea wind colic 29ca bottle Hospitals and Doctors Could Not Relieve Him But Cuticura Remedies a Speedy, Permanent Cure. No man is a thousand descents from Hooker. Adam r recent London advertisement offered apartments "suitable for a jour- W0 o, h A -- V, e Spring always brings into special favor Nature's blood purifier, Garfield Tea. It is made wholly of clean, sweet Herbs. It purifies the blood, cleanses the system, clears the complexion, eradicates disease and promotes Good Health. For young and old. H I dd-u- Use for Worthless Stocks. "Wildcat mining stocks are not alor useless worthless, together either," said a downtown broker who handles cheap mining stocks, the other day as he hung up the telephone receiver. "Here's a man who has just offered me $50 for enough mining stocks to have a face value of $50,000. He wasn't particular what stocks he got if they only had a paper value of I closed the deal and shall $50,000. make mone. on It, too. What did he want with such stocks? Well, I haven't the slightest doubt 'but that he is getting ready to go into the bankruptcy court and wants to show his creditors where his money has been dropped. We often get such requests and are usually able to fill them." N. Y. Sun. FOOT m to consiuer ing goose eggs under hens is never to put more than three or four under a good hen. More cannot be covered properly. Confine the hen to a fair sized run with her nest inclosed in some quiet place. Keep a dish ot pure water, also one of grain, where she can help herself. Dust her well three times with lice powder and remove all clean eggs after seventh day. When the goslings hatch give the most careful hen four to six. Confine the hen and goslings in a shady grass run. Give water in a drinking fountain that the young ones cannot get into and one that can be washed clean inside and out. The yard must be changed often enough to have good, soft grass all the time. Grass is the best goose food. If easily obtained give bread and milk with small amount of shorts and meal mixed with for first week. Also add a fifth rolled oats to the feed. After the first week, suggests increase .ludd Farmer, Orange amount of shorts and corn meal, also add a little beef scraps. After the first month they can be fed mostly on shorts, corn meal and oats, with about a fifth of the feed compound of beef scraps. Plenty of grass, good but not too much feod, clean coops and pure water all the time, will make the goslings larger than the hen at one month old. 1 COOP FOR HENS AND CHICKS. . BACK ACHE Profit by the Experience of One Who Has Found Relief. Directions for Hatching and Rearing Them. . DOES YOUR "Eczema appeared when our baby was three months old. We applied to several doctors and hospitals, each of which gave us something different every time, but nothing brought relief. At last, one of our friends recommended to us Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. A few days afterwards Improvement could be noted. Since then we have used nothing hut Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and now the baby is six months old and is quite cured. All that we used was one cake of Cuticura Soap and two boxes Cuticura Ointment, costing in all $1.25. C. F. Kara, 343 East 65th Street, New York, March 30, 1906." PAUL HAD HIS OWN IDEA. SICK HEADACHE Father's Explanation of Lightning Not Satisfactory to Him. i CARTERS Little Paul was four years old when the western city In which he lived was swept one night by a terrible storm Wind, thunder and lightning played havoc, and, while other members of the family were huddled In dark corners, Paul watched the Illumination of the sky with great delight. The next morning at breakfast he asked his father what caused the streaks of fire across the sky, and his father, with great pains, essayed to explain. Paul listened attentively and apparently accepted what was told him, but, when he found attention diverted from himself, he leaned over to his aunt, who sat beside him, and whispered: "It wasn't that, auntie. It was God scratching matches on the sky." VITTLl. H iwrn I V be r aa PILLS. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, Id, digestion and Too Hearty A perfect rem- Eating. I edy tor Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In the Bide. 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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the great woman's reiw dy for womnn'siUs, made only of roots and herbs. It cures Female Complaints, such as Ilragging Sensations, Weak Hack, Falling ond Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and all Organic Diseases, ami is invaluublc in the Change of Life. It dissolves nnd Bxpela Tumors at an early stage. Subdues Faintness, Nervous Prostration, Exhaustion, nnd strengthens and tones the Stomach. Curea Headache, General DcbiUtjr, Imlii'estion, and invigorates the whole femal sysem. It is an excellent remedy for derangements of the Kidneys In either sex.