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qnlclclr. Over 2,000 Tirlvato endorsements.
rromaturencti means linootcnoy n ilio flrat
staco. It Is a symptom of seminal weakness
and barrenness It can bo mopped iu 20 days
by tho uao of Iludyan.
Tho now discovery was tnadn by tho Bncclal.
ktsofthooldfsmnusHudscn Medical Institute.
It la the stronrcet Tltallzcr made. It la very
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Wrltton guarantco given frtn euro. If you buy
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HUDSON AIKUIOAIj INHT1TUTK,
I auction Stockton, Market A: Kliu Sts
Suit PruiicUeo. Cut.
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sore.a.
; Insect Bites,
1 All Cattle Ailments,
AH Horse Ailments,
Mi Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
I Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Unlment conquer
Makes Han or Bcat well
MONEY TO LOAN
Ot farm land security. Bpclal rate
nn W loans. Uwtns considered
Without delay. aAIW0K 4 W0XR, '
Smb ftenk buUtln?, .
An Improved J'lnn That Mny lie Adopted
With hinall Kxpnitse.
Throwing tlio bundles upon tho ground
for tho cuttle to trample under foot
tvhiln tho lei'dcr is descending tho steps
or coiuln,' around tho back way la the
ordinary niothod of feeding fodder from
tho two story or tho "bank" barn. Those
wiio liavo been pursuing tbia plan will
ureatly nppreeinto tho improvement rep
resented iu tlm following cut. which waa
originally drawn for Tho Ilural New
Yorker and thua described in that jour
nnl: Tho cost of this arrangement is com
paratively email and within tho reach
of all. A plutform 13 to M feet long
and ns wido ns tho small doublo doors
7 feet or moro is hung to tho rear
of the barn. Out upon this tho fodder
is carried and dropped into a feeding
rack nlaced on thn crnnnil niaf. lwilmsr.
Tlio sido beams of this hanging platform
aro inmio or light, wood, pino or poplar,
0 inches by 8 inches, connected bolowby
four cross niecoa nf nrnutpr tnnfnrlnl n
inches by 4 inches, all firmly bolted to
gether. Boards nailed down upon theso
crosspieceo form tho floor. A bolt hav
ing n hook abovo is inserted noar tbo
outor cud of ouch eido beam of tho plat-
ron rRiioixo coicf roDDnn.
form, and in each doorpost, about four
feet from tho floor, a similar hooked
bolt is placed, upon which aro hung the
braco rods, inutlo of fivo-cightbs inch
round iron furnished with a ring tit each
Through tbo Rill, just back of each
door post, two half inch hole3 aro bored
and nn iron loop (C) inserted, having an
Insldo mcasuro slightly greater than 8
inches in width and extending half a
foot or moro below tho surfaco. Those
rcccivo and hold tho beams at tho back
end of tho plutform. To prevent Btrain
ing theso loops by any horizontal thrust
a board (B) is placed just behind them,
against which tho ends of tlio beams
may rest. This board is supported by
others (AA) nailed against tho eleopcrs in
tho position shown in tho drawing,
Wlion tho reason's) feeding is done, the
platform is taken down and stowed
away until ngnin needed. Tho food rack
is placed just below tho outor cud of the
platform und parallel with tho barn. It
this position it may bo 10 fcot long and
yet easily reached from tho platform
Ordinary fencing boards and scantling
aro used in its construction,
Tho south, and Texas in particular,
offers an inviting fiold to poultrymcn,
A Texan in Tlio Poultry Journal saysi
In climate wo luivo much tho advantage
of tho north nnd cast. On n farm fowls
do well tho yenr round with littlo shel
ter or feed. This statement rthould be
qualified by tho remark that during a
Toxaa "norther" or Kunsos "blizzard"
they need both, but severo cold docs not
como moro than threo or four times in n
year and Seldom lasts moro than three
days. Tho temporaturo seldom falls be
low 20 abovo zero, sometimes whore
fowls aro exposed tothosovercst weothor
combs will freoze nnd egg production
will bo checked for a few days, but if
tho farmor has not n comfortablo hotue
for his fowls he usually hustles thorn
Into his barn or under his houso until
tho weather moderates, in which cose
tho cold docs no harm.
In this olimato during threo-fourths of
tho year n tree is moro healthful for
fowls than n closo houso, but tho ideal
home for them is n houso walled on the
north and west and latticed on tho eoutb
nnd cast exposures. Such n houso will
afford sufficient protection and ventila
tion tho year round. Curtains should bo
provided for tho luttlcod sides during tho
coldest weathor. As wo frequently do
not havo a dozou real rainy days in n
year, tho only shelter nooded in daj
timo is protection from tho sun; henco
what incorao Texas fowls bring the
fanner is almost a clear profit, his chief
labor being to gather nnd market the
eggs. Tho drawback heretofore to poul
try raising In Texas has been a lack of
Access to markets, but conditions nre
now changed, ns towns havo sprung np
and railroads been built.
Much attention 1ms of lato been given
to improving tho dunghill fowls by mat
ing with thoroughbred males, whllo iu
mauy cases tho dunghill has given place
to pure breeds. Plymouth Rocks nnd
Leghorns are tho most popular on ac
count of their ability to tako care of
themeelves. Cochins, Light Brabmaa.
Wynndottes, Black Spanish, Iloudans,
Hamburg nnd Minorcoa are occasion
ally seen, nnd Black Lnngshans nre bo
coming a favorite breed. Tho demand
for fine fowls is fast creating?, bomosup ,
Store Crops In Good Condition.
Tho loss of fruits and vegetables in
storage is of not infrequent occurreaco.
To loso one's supply of potatoes or ap
ples is a serious matter. Sometimes the
Joss is duo to storing in bad condition.
PotHtoes and apples, in fact every fruit
or vegetable, should not be stored away
while damp. Dampness ravors ror.
Fruits and vegetables are best stored in
somo dry, airy outbuilding until the im
minent approacn or ireezwg wcm,
makes it necessary to put them In the
cellar. Tho building should have rather
open sides, and there should be ft fro
circulation of air under and around it
Seed corn shonld not bo put away nutil
It is thoroughly dried. To put it away
damp Is to giTo a cordial invitation to
dimter, nji American Agriculturist.
One Wavy of Carrying lteea Into the Oattar.
rinclng the IIItcs.
Tho timo for putting bees into tho cel
lar varies of course with tho locality and
tho season. Whenever It turns cold,
with a fair prospect of u continuance,
open up the cellar nnd proceed to actios.
Better directions cannot bo offorod than
tho following plan, which tho well known
authority, A. I. Root, describes in liis
CArtnYINO BEE3 WITII HIVE CAMUEU3.
A B. O. of Boo Culture Ho Bays: First
with a Fcrowdrivcr or cold chisel wo go
around to each hive, puff it littlo smoke
in at tho ontrnuco-nnd pry tho body
ooso from tho bottom board, ns it will
tilways bo stuck down w it It propolis. It
mny yield with n littlo snap, and it will
bo necessary to uso it littlo ernoko to
uitiko tho bees behave. Tho bottom
boards 'ill loosened, with an assistant
nnd n ruuplo of hivo carriers wo proceed
to carry tho beeo into tho cellar.
It is to bo observed that our liivo car
riers aro simply n couple of lengths of
wiro bcu4. in tlio HhajK) of rv letter V, nn
ordinary wooden iwdl handlo being slip
ped through to tho mlildloof tho wlro.
Both cuds nro bent down In tho shape
shown In tho cut in tho enlarged viow.
Tho endnuro then bent in tho form of a
hook so ns to catch on tho bottom board.
Now, tl.i n, to pick np tho hives nnd
cany then into tho collar wo lift the
front end of tho bottom board up n lit
tlo and slip tho hooks of tho hivo car
rier vindor. In liko manner wo catch
tho rear end of tho bottom board, when
tho hivo is picked up ns shown in the
cut, bottom board nnd nil. Wo then
proceed to tho cellar nnd deposit tho
hivo near tho placo whero it is supposed
to stay through tho winter. Along on
two sidos of thocellur wo havo previous
ly laid scantling, soy, M or 15 Inches
apart, depending of courso upon tho
length of tho hive. Wo then pick tho
hivo just brought In up by tho hand
holes, lift it off its bottom and lay it at
ono end on top of tho Bcantllng and lay
tho bottom board in ono corner of tho
In liko manner wo bring in another
colony, lift it off tho bottom board nnd
dopo3it it by tho sldoof tho other colony,
leaving 4 inchos between, and bo on. Wo
bring in other colonics until tho scant
lings aro covered with hives 4 inches
apart. Wo nro now ready to commonco
another tier on top. Tho next hivo that
Is brought is piled on top of two othors
In such a way that tho bottom covorstho
spaco bet wcon two hives bolow, nnd so on
wo pilo tho rows of tho hives. Tho noxt
tier is followed up in tho samo manner,
until wo havo threo or moro tiers high,
each hivo placed over tho intervening
epaco between tho two bolow.
AJUUNaEMENT OF HIVES IN TIIK CKLLAB.
Of all the dollcato sensations tbo inlna
is capable of, nono porliaps will surpass
that which attends tho relief of an avow
ed miemv. '
US . i. II Mil , I
omel or other mercu
should not be used in
these days of enlight
ened medical science,
when it is so easy to
get a purely vegetable
pill ic concentrated
in glass vials, at any
store where medi
cines arc kept.
Dr. Pierce was first
to introduce a Little rill to the American
Eeople. Many have imitated them, but none
ave approached bis " Pleasant Pellets " in
true worth, or value, for all laxative and
Once Used, they are Always la Favor.
Assist Nature a little now and then, with
a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby remov
ing offending matter from the stomach and
bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver
and quickening its tardy action, and you
thereby remove the cauc of a multitude of
distressing diseases, such as headaches, in
digestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness, pim
ples, blotches, eruptions, boils, constipa
tion, piles, fistula and maladies too numer
ous to mention.
If people would pay more attention to
properly regulating the action of tbeir
bowels, they would have less frequent
occasion to call for their doctor's ser
vices to subdue attacks of dangerous dis
eases. That, of all known agents to accomplish
this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleosaut Pellets
are unequaled, is proven by the fact that
once used, tbey are always in favor. Their
secondary effect is to keep the bowels open
and regular, not to further constipate, as la
tbe case with other pills, Hence, theirgreat
popularity, with sufferers from habitual
constipation, piles and indigestion.
Tbey absolutely curt sick headache, bill,
ousness, constipation, coated tongue, poor
appetite, dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the stomach, liver and bowels.
A free sample of the "Pellets," (4 to 7
doses) on (rial. Is mailed to any address,
post-paid, on receipt of name and address
on postal card.
Address for free sample. World's Dis
pewasy Medical Association, No, G63
Mtln am, Buffalo, N.Y,
B Hv m w H H I "fl V
for Infant and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know t.t v,nt
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-cnlled Soothing Byrupt, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
o Vott Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
Io Vow Know that iu most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons?
" Vow Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know or what it Is composed ?
" Von Know that Castorlalsn purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
its Ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Ho Toil Know that Costorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Bonmcl ritcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Costorla Is now sold than
of alt other remedies for children combined ?
Xo Yon Know that the Tatent Oulce Department of the United Slates, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive 1 tght to Dr. ritcher and his assigns to use the word
" Caatorla" and its formula, and that to imitate them la a state prison offense?
o V011 Know that one of the reosona for granting this government protection
was because Castoria bad been proven to be Absolutely IinrnilcssT
Io Von Know that 33 avcrago doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
ecutu, or one cent a dose?
Wo Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, yourchlldren may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest?
Well, tlicno Uilitgn are worth knowing. They are facts.
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