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MILK COW THREE TIMES A DAY a
It Pays, According to Results SecuKed t
by Dairymen and Owners of e
Large Herds. t
Does it pay to milk a cow three
times a day? Dairymen and owners
of large herds say so. They oan, and
do, produce the proofs, too, thit milk
ing their cows this often is a very
To obtain the best results from your
cow, or cows,. health and comfort
must necessarily be considered care
fully. The modern farmer is making
rapid progress in regard to the sani
tary conditions of his barns and dairy
stables, and learning also many im
proved methods of feeding. Yet a
surprisingly large number of farmers
do not see that the cow with a heavy,
full udder, unrelieved, is laboring
against big odds.
The two indisputable benefits de
rived from milking three times every
- day are: A steady Increase in the
amount of milk produced, and a high
er percentage of butter fat in the milk.
The first is especially valuable to the
persons who feed skim-milk to the 1
Danish dairymen hav'e shown t
clearly that infrequent milking tends
to make the lymphatic glands In the t
cow's udder become inactive and slug- v
gish, which is the principal cause of
the "drying up" stage, and proved 1
thoroughly that when their cows were
A Prize Winning Jersey.
milked f ,quently it cnusecd these
-dsl.j6 enlivened .and stimulated,
with the reililt that more and better
milk was d rWR 1C6T'tiecows, and
the milking period was lengthened in
nearly every instance.
The feed question is solved, too.
Keep a high-class breed of cows, and
whatever expenses are incurred by ex
tra feed will be overbalanced by a*
gain. The Holstein, Jersey and Ayr
ehire breeds are considered the best
:for dairy purposes.
Milk three times daily for a 'month
andi compare the results with this
month. Give the cow a square deal
and you'll be a wiser, wealthier farm
er for the experiment.
PHYSICIANS NOW FAVOR MILK(
Once Regarded as Doubtful Diet To
day it is Preferred to Anything
Else for Sick.
(y R. D. BUCKHAM.)
.Dah'ying is always sure to prove
profitable. Many other ventures in
proves secure, in season and out of
The demand for dairy products is
constantly on the increase. Trhe time
was wvhen the dairyman was com
pelled to be on the watch for a mar
ket for his commoditics. Nowadays,
the consumer is out in search of him.
His market is assured. Conditions
have been reversed.
The constant growth of the great
industrial centers has slowly but sure
ly brought about a revolution in the
dairy market. Little b~y little the au'
burban farmers have been forced to
retreat before the steady advance of
the builders' brigade, until now almost
every farmer in the land is on an
equal footing with them.
Within a very few years the race
has come to recognize as it necver dlid
before the true value of milk as alf'
article of food. Eiven among phy
sicians, too, this same change of opin
Ion has come about. Formerly the doc
tor regarded milk as a doubtful ar-1
ticle of diet for his patient. Now he
prefers it to anything else.
The steady increase in the pr'ice of
atll dairy products is the best tribute
to their worth that could possibly be
paid. The world at large is extending
them a recognition such- as it never
did before; voluntarily places a high
er estimate en their t'aluo than
The dairy farmer can ask no mere
substantial evidence of app-'eciation
fjuan he is today receiving from the
c aommunity at large, in' the shape of
avanced prices for the products of
his care and labor. And it is well
earned and justly due.
Any man who is willing to conduct
a dairy, in a progressive and pains
taking manner, is bound to put his
fellowv men under a debt of obligatio,.
to him,- which will not pass unre
ING PLAN OF VENTILATION
rrangement by Whiph Foul Air 6f
Birn Is-. Removed by Shaft-lilus.
tration Shows Flues.
The King system of ventilation is
n arrangement by which the foul- air,
f the barn is removed by a shaft
alled a ventilator. It is built -dpon
ie same principles as a chimney to a
replace. The. fresh air is admitoed
) the barn by ducts made in the wall
iat open on the outside near the base
f the wall and on the inside near the
elling, says Hoard's Dairyman. This
onstruction prevents the warm air
t the ceiling from passing down and
ut and permits the cold air to be
empered more' or 'css before it reach
s the animals. The ventilating flue
%kes the- coldest and foulest air from
* ... J.t * .
King System of Ventilation.
he floor and carries it out of the
arn. The illustration shows the in
ake and the outtake flues.
Ventilator F should extend above
he cupola and ventilator i is the
vrong system of construction. Open
ng inside the barn impairs the ven
ERSEY COW IS BEAUTIFUL
ts Gentleness and Pretty Fawn Color
Takes Strong Hold on Sentiment
Possibly no class of cattle uppeals
uore strongly to the majority of peo
die than the Jersey. Its gentleness
.nd pretty fawn color, and the deer
ike appearance of the young calves,
akes strong hold on the sentiment
if people, farmers as well as others.
The Jersey is easily kept and while
ier flow of milk is not as large as that
>f some other breeds, It makes up in
ichness and quality. The conforma.
ion of the Jersey is lean and muscu
ar, and represents the two dairy
.ypes. Well bred Jerseys have a thin
skin, elastic and fine to touch, and
,overed with a thick coat of soft hair.
Its back should be strong, straight
imd not sag; and the ribs, as in all
lairy cows, should be well sprurig,
*vig lagebea-ase."h hp
highs th i w~ musula anI etwd
alisin an arge bredse. The heaps
should be baroe and wlo laed The
highto th muveradJeset cw is
Farmerot s largeo aiy as of stdo
Paystingan fotqualbtyes. Theea toet
ouage lualgity wel.lce. h
Teihe ofJ~ eaeersey cow is aatdt h
Ifou 800nin to) etint td dir
Onathes arr the dJeryn has proven
The milkershuld a cddean clould
>oodwfedwing is amp inerlthr befr
nucesin edngdiy ate
Thee tee cowsmfotbed ato tiht,
fpeiant en thet intothe iryol
OThe fsa thenJereasrovent
mongt creme lifer tof the for t
The cow's cowlank a uddrghldm
pered ervou systemp cloh epode
teethe cows omfortalene. iht
T~eel wen ome wbether s oldin
d vet.seilysrn eculs
it cng hreameryemenetoeedy for.ut
The farymerw thas hav hghl most
epereneewoth ssae whcrethemost
enthusiacth sdvoage ofe the stn
Before taking Lydia E.Pinkham's
Natick, Mass.-."I cannot express
what I went through during the change
of life before I tried
- Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. I was in such
a nervous condition
I could not keep
still. My limbs
* 7" were cold, I had
and 1 could not sleep
nights. I was finally
told by two phys
ielans that I aiso
had a tumor. I read
one day of the wonderful cures made
by Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable
Compxound and decided to try it,
and it has made me a well w%oman.
My neighbors and friends declare it
had worked a miracle for me. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
worth its weight in gold for women
during this period of life. If it will
help others you may publish my
letter."-Mrs. NATHlAN 13. GREATON,
51 N. Main Street, Natick, Mass.
The Change of Life is the most criti,
cal period of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known
to medicine that will so successfully
carry women tirrongh this tryiig
period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vego.
If you would like special advico
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkian, at
Lynn, Mass. H1er advice In free,
and always helpfuL
Age of Oysters.
Oysters grow only during the sum
mer and especially during the long,
warm summers at that, and are scarce
ly big enough for the mouth before
the third year. It Is easy after look
ing over a bunch of shells to tell how
old an oyster is. A summer hump and
the winter sink come across the shell
every year, but after the seventh or
tenth year full growth comes; then, by
looking at the sinks between the
humps it is hard to tell anything
more about Miss Oyster's age. Oysters
live to be 20 years old.
ECZEMA BROKE OUT ON BABY
"When my baby was two months
old, she had eczema and rash very
badly. I noticed that her face and
body broke out very suddenly, thick,
and red as a coal of fire. I did not
know what to do. The doctor ordered
castile soap and powders, but they
did no good. She would scratch, as
it itched, and she cried, and did not
sleep for more than a week. One
day I saw in the paper the advertise
ment of the Cuticura Soap and Cuti
eura Ointment, so I got them and
tried them at once. My baby's face
was as a cake of sores.
"When I first used the Cuticuran
Soap and1( Cuticura Oint ment, I could
see a difference. In color it was red
der. I conatinuied with them. My
haby was in a -terrible condlition. I
usedl the Cuticur'a Remedies (Soap
and Ointment) four times a daty, and
ini two weeks she wvas quite well. VTe
Cuticura Remedies healed her skin
perfectly, andl her' skin is now pretty
and fine thr'ough using them. I also
use the Cutictura Soap today, and will
continue to, for it makes a lovely
skin. Every mother' should tuse thlie
Cut icura Remedies. They are good
for' all sores, and the Cuxticuira Soap
is also good for shampooing the hair',
for I have tried it. I tell all my
friends how the Cuticura Soap and
Ointment curedl my baby of eczenma
andl 'ash." (Signed) Mrs. Drew, 210
W. 18th St., New'York city, Aug. 26,
Cuticura Remedies are sold through
out the wor'ld. Send to Potter Drug
& Chem. Corp., Boston, Mass., for'
fr'ee booklet on the skin.
A Question of Change.
A stor'y is going the rounds of a
couple of youing lieople who attended
church r'ecen tly. WVhen the c'ollec(t ion
wuas being taken up the youxng man
comnmnede fishing in his pocket for'
a dime. ils face e'xp.-essed his em
barrassment ais he hxoar'sely whis
pered:~ "I gucas5 1 hanven't a cent, I
changed my lpants." The younxg lady,
w~ho had been examining the unknown
regions of woman's dIress for her
pur-se, t urnedl a ipink color', and1( said:
"I'm in the same flx."~
Vor rt fifty' yearxs Rhenmnalism and
N'euralgia sxufferer'~ ehavea found cre-at re
liof in Tlamlins Wi'zard Oil. U)rn't wa'it
for inxflamma-xxtioan to set. in. Get ac bottle
-When a mnarried wuoman prays for a
hat, the [ord may answer her prayer,
but it's her husband who pays fox' it.
Mrs. Window'n Boothing r'yruxp for C'~hidrei.
ecethintg, sofittt lihe guxcns, red-ct e-s i itiranarra,, -
.ton, allays pacIn.eurE's wind e'hiC', T5c a botii.
JEven a wise man can't tell when a
svoman's hat is on st raigh t'.
'SBecuse of tho
rom-Making any progress in your
Buit for Miss Millyun's Afhnd?
Tom-Why, I heard her father kick
ed you out every time you called.
Dick-Yes; but he doesn't kick me
as hard as he used to.
Difficult to Answer.
Explaining the happenings of the
sixth day of the creation, Miss Fran.
ces Hartz read to her Sabbath school
class: "And the 1ord God formed man
out of the dust of the ground."
"Well," spoke up one kid, "that's
nothin' new. Didl he put him in the
sun to dry, the way we do our mnud
Miss Hartz discreetly slurred the
answer and proceeded with her les.
To the Point.
Over in lloboken in a shop frequent
ed by Germans, hangs a sign framed
in mournful black, reading thus:
"We regret to inform our honored
customers that our good and generous
friend, Mr. Credit, expired today. lie
was a noble soul, always willing -and
helpful, but has been failing for some
time. May he rest in peace. PAY
Eczema? Use Tetterine.
"T have been trouhled with Eczema on
the face for nearly two years. and n few
nrpltentions of Tetterine and the use of
Tetterine Soap his entfireiv mired me. I
envnot say too much for its prnise."
Myrieks. Mass. Mrs. S. A. Haskins.
Totterine cures Uzrenin Dandriff. Itch
inr Piles. Rnar Worm nnd every form of
renin and Skin Disense. Tetterine 50e:
Tetteritne Sonp 25-. At drutrists. or by
mail dire-t from The Shuptrine Co.. Sn
With every mnil order for Tetterine we
nive a box ef Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
"I understand that sixteen different
women have brought. suit for breach
of promise against Riter. What's his
"Oh, he clains that he was simply
getting material for his annual out
put of summer love stories."-Pluck.
For COLDS fand GRIlP
Hicks' C..?t'mxx is the best remedy-re
lieves the itching and feverishness-cures the
Coid and restores nitrmal conditions. 11'm
At drug stores.
Te 1luch Like Wo-k.
"'rhe boss's son is kicking."
"Says lhe's overworked. All he used
to do was tear tihe pages off the omlle
calendars onc'e a month. Now he has
to wind the eight-day clock, too."
USE AIEN'S FOOT-EA SE,
'1The antibcpt Ic ilxc,dr tuo he shke i in~uzIlto t he shoes
If ii ou ant rest iand comifoiri for It red, ne-hing. swol
len, swueniting fe, use Alen's Foot - Ens~e. iteneiivec
corns a ndt tbunions oif nil paint a nd prevents blisters
sore unmd callouus spt'ts. Always usa it to ntreaik ir
New Mhuoes. tSold every wheire, '0. Jhan't. aicept anli
subtIIIute. Four FitCEI trial pacukamge, adduress Alter
5. Olmstedi, Ie lIoy, N. Y.
She-I he ard Freddy Fickle has (de
cided to marry and settle down to a
H~e-H-;1! She can't be.
IFor IIEADIACIUE-IEfeks' OAPI'DINE
Whet her' from (ilds, lle tnt, St oimnuh or
Ner'vous Tlrnoub)les, Capi uinme will relievec you.
It's ligntidu -pileausatto11 iake- neul immiedi
iely ITry it. 10c'., 25e., ana di 0 'cents ut drug
An artist is one who can create
that which has the power' to haunt
, g,.breathing a
- .over the he
9 - and the mt
2'b~~ poor circu
- blood and
over 40 ye,
The heart I
nerves in tm
with good r
come by th
put up by
scrofualous conditions, ulcers, "fever-s
Dr. Pierce's Discovery. Jutst the refi
excessive tissue waste, in conv'alescentc
thin-blooded people. Stick to this saft
as good " kinds offered by the dealer w
lng will do you half as much good as
A w~oman's idea of a brave man is
one who isn't afraid to go inito a dark'
closet in which ther'e may be at moulse.
Chew and smroke untared-c thner',~ uee inpail
undicopedu. Mterlwether A&i.n ntrd. larkssviieTeinni.
A man may avoid family nr'es by
taking care of his famIly.
is ugly. crtzzly. gray hairs. Ue* "La
A Poetic Prosecutor.
Jobn Burns, city prosecutor of St.
Paul, was trying to show Judge Fine
hout why some ,vung' mon ought to.
be flued for teating pickets off the
fence of Mrs. Joe Goesik. Mr. Burns
"I know Mike Chicket tore off that
picket, and the lady took offence."
"No lady is charged with taking a
fence," replied Judge Finehotit, "and,
besides, this is no place for poetry."
TO DRIVE OUTMA R Ti SYSTEt
Thke the Old Stadar fJR9vN30'AT5LM
ILLt 'O da; ou know what you are taking.
'i'hoe formula is plainly printed gn every botilo.
showing It Is simply Quinin* and iron In a taste.
less form. T1ho Quinine drives out the malaria
and te Iron builds up the system. Bold by all
dealers for 80 Years. I'rice 60 cents.
The Sphinx propounded a puzzle.
"Why does It always rain the day
you move?" she asked.
Herewith the ancients gave it up.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated,
easy to take as candy, regulate and invig.
orate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not
Many a girl would promise to marry
a man if she thought he wouldn't be
so silly as to expect her to live up to
OETER FOR MEN, WOMEN AN
SALTS.OR PILLS,AS IT SWEETENS AND CLE
35 FAR MORE PL
IS T1HE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATI
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO j
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS E
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL
. NOTE THENAME
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU
in the Circfe,
on everig Pacitage of the Gc
AL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORI!
GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH TI
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIO!
TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUIN
IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOC
CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICI
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH,
LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEE
THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY
Note tfie Fuff Name ofthe Go
04.I41V s , I F-1aL 1i'l IR
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTT
THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACK
GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE BY A
ORUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE 50c PER W(
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENN
BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT
RRITATINGv DEBILITATING OR GRIPING. At
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITj
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE G
LUMMUS AIR B1
any other gin because IT MAiKR~S
will bring YOU, the farmer, more mon
turns out cotton whic-h samples bette'r
other gIn. It will pay you well In the
haul your cotton to a Lummus gin ner.
a longer staple, free from all trash and
dir, and a longer price for your bale.
W. L. D OU
_'_' *2.50*3*3-50 &$*
W. L. Douuglas shoes cost, muore to man
betcauso hi ighser gradei( loatthors arn used', m
care. aoso areio reasnse why WV.I.
ant-ced to hioldl their shaapo, look and lit
thban any othier shoe's you can liuy.
W'-E WA RE OF SUIBSTfl
The genuine have W. L. Douglas
Iprice stamped on the bottom, which
and protects the wearer against high pr
REFU5E BUOSTITUT SCLIMED T(
oreoail. wV, L. nbougi., I.: ta ,
weak heart, dizzy feelings, oppressed
ier meals? Or do ydu experience pain
art, shortness of breath on going up-stairs
ny distressing symptoms which indicate
lation and bad bloodP A heart tonic,
*odybuildcr that has stood the test of
ir8 of cures is
:e's GoldeniMedical Discovery
ecomes regular as clock-work. Trhe red
iscies arc increased in number-and the
irn are well red. The arteries are fdlled
Ih blood, That is why nervous debility,
fainting spells, disappear and are over
is alteraiive extract of medicinal roots
D~r. Pierce without the use of alcohol.
neighbor. Many have been cured of
res," white swellings, etc., by taking
eshing and vitalizing tonic needed for
e k-om fevers or for run-down, antumie,
and sane remedv and refuse all " just
ho is looking for a larger profit. Noth
r. Pierce's G;olden Medical DIscovery.
A COUNTRY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
in New York City. B~est features of coun
try and city life Out-of-door sports on
school park of 35 acres near thle H-udson
Rivcr. Academic Course Primary Class to
Graduation. Upper class; for Advanced
Special Students. Music and Art. Write
for catalogute and term';.
I'sa Bas and Mliss Wilts. Rned't Aier.ue, reur Z$rd St., West,. l
a OnRnOLE Hr AIR anRESSNG. .P...
0All Run Dov
Describes the condition of thousa
men and women who nteed only to pi
and enrich their blood. They feel tUi
all the time. Every task, every respoita "
bility, has become hard to them, becau
they have not strength to do nor poWe
Ifyou are one of these all-run-down p0Jo
pic or are at all debilitated take'
It purifies and enriches the blood, and
builds Ip the whole system.
Get t today in- sual liquid form o4
chocolated tablets called Sareatabs.
At your -
Itch - 7
- . cm...
D CHILDREN THAN CASTOR 01
kNSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTL AN
EASANT TO TAKL
o OF THEIR
AS YOUR CINT. OF AICOtto
END UPON P, I I
,DNYS UVtLR &*80WS.
CAim iA nG Yn ulpo
DM. AND IN
L. LEADING MINIATURE PICT URF.
OTTLE.1 QF PACKAGEU
k_ IS THC ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE.
ACTS IN A NATURAL. STRENGTHENING WAY
UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT
ID THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY
IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL.
I VALUE FROM PERSONAL 1.1SE. TO CET iT.
ENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THS
FIG SYRUP CO.
iinus Air Blast Gin will bring
ginner, more business than
A BETTER SAMPLE. It
ey for your bale, because it
and grades higher than any
end to drive miles further to
The L~ummus gin stands for
L.UMMUS COlTON GIN CD,, C ''""u Fl
COLUMBUS. CEORCiA Box 710
3. SH OES!*?o, !
I ouglats shoes are gtur
beL1er and wvear longotr4
LIrT8.- . -
name and the retail '
guarantees full value '"
ices and inferiorshoes.
OE'JU8T ASGOOD' " ~
ttor yI WffrEr. al eNir BOYS' BHOES
.L. Zlrockion, MEa.... $2.00,$2.50&83.00
Instead of Liquid
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
The new toilet geriide powder to be
dissolved in watter as niteede.
For all toilet and~ hygienie uses it 15'
better and1( more. ec~oomical.
'L'o saLve andI bea1 utif(y the -
teeth, remfove tartar and ,
T'o diisin feet the moth, de0
stroy disease germs, and
purify the breathl.
. To keep arti tiarl teeth and
b~ridgewo~-rc eln , odo(rless
To remove niotli no fromt the teeth and
*puify thle breath after smokcingi.
T1o eradicate perspirationi and body
Theli best ant iseptie wash known.
Relieves an ud strengthena tired, weak,'
in flamed e'yes. I leals sore throat, wounds
and( ents. '25 and 50 ets. a box, druigglsts
or by maii postpaid. Samnple Free.
THE PA XTON TOIL ET CO.,Boston,MASS.
y a Mul ilr gi "n;ri t litton
11H1 (INION IKODAK~ 8TO)I
24 . Forsythi 8t,.JacksonivilleII
W. N. U., ATLANTA, NO. 20--1911,