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Stirrihg Appeal is Sena Out by
Heads of Thirty-fve Na
'tional, Interstate and State
.'A stirring appeal to Americap farm
ere to maintain their. wartime prece-1
dent of patriotism and loyalty in theI
support of the Fifth Liberty Loan has
been issued by the heads of thirty- I
five national, interstate and state 1
"To make your participation in the
Victory L erty, Loan both in money
and service, ^Jai, measure of your de
votion to tL, great cause of democ
racy" is the cause, for which these
farm organization leaders, headed by
J. N. Tittemore, president,. American
Society of Equity of Mad [son, Wis.,
have sent a message .to all farmers
of the country, as follows:
" the Farmers of America:
"No finer patriotic service was ever
rendered than when the farmers of
America, "short of labor, credit and
farm stypplies, still grew the increas
ed crops without which we could not
have, won the war. The farm women
and children gave theia labor in the
fields and the farms sent more than a
million of their best to join the col
ors. The more that is known about
the war, the more gloriously our farm
era' part in it will shine.
"The Victory Liberty Loan Drive ]
begins April 21 and continues until
May 10. We appeal to you, farmers of
America, to finish what you have so
well begun. Make this loan as superb
a success as the war crops you have
raised. See to it that the farmers
lead in putting the Victory Loan over
"Make your participation in the
VICTORY LIPERTY LOAN both in
money and service,- the measure of
your devotion to the great cause of
democracy-the democracy for which
many of our boys have made the su
preme sacrifice. - Let your subscrip
tion and your effort be both an of
fering of thanksgiving for the return
of. peace and the means by which the
world may measure. the strength of
your patriotism and your determina
tion to see to it that the war shall
not have been fought In vain.
"J. N. Tittemore, president, Ameri
can Society of Equity, Madison, Wis. ]
"Grant H. Slocum, president. Na- I
tional Gleaners' Association, Detroit
"John J. Farrell, president, National
Creamery Butter Makers' Association,
St. Paul, Minn.
"N. P. Hull, president, ,National
Dairy Union, Lansing, Mich.
"Milo D. Campbell, president Na
tional Milk Producers' Federation,
"John B. Kendrick, president, Am
erican National Live - Stock Assot-ia
tion, U. S. Senate.
"J. H. Kimble, president, Parmei4s'
National Congress, Port Deposit, Md.
"A. C. Townley, president National
Nonpartisan League, St. Paul. Minn.
"C. H. Gustafson, president. Nebras
ka Farmers' Union, Omaha, Neb.
"Arthur Capper, chairman, Farmer'
National Committee on War Finance,
"Benjamin C. Marsh. secretary.
Farmers' National Committee ou War
Pinance, Washington, D. C..
"Herbert F. Baker, president, Farm
ers' National Council, State Senate,
"George P. Hampton. managi'ng di
rector. Farmers' National Council.
"L. J..Tabor, master, Ohio State
Orange, Barneeville, Ohio.
"S. J. Lowell. master, New York
State Grange, Fredonia, N. Y.
"E,. M. Sweltzer, director.' National
Agliculturat Organisation Society,
"J1. W. ''Pitt'us, formerly secretary,1
Federation of.Jewish -Farniers of Am
eric-a. New York, N. Y.
"Richard T. E~ly. secretary, Amern
(-an Association for Agricultural Leg
"Charles S. Barrett, president. Na
tional Farmers Union, Union City, Ga.?
"Joh'n A. McSparran, master, Penn
sylvanis State Grange. Furniss, Pa.
"W. T. Creasy, secretary, Nationl
Dairy Union, Catawissa, Pa.
"A. B. Thornhill, president, Farm
#rs' Union of. Virginia, Lynch brug, Va.
"Rt. D.. (Cooper, president, Dairymen's
linague. New York city.
"Gifford Pinchot. president. Penn
sylvania Rural Progi ass Association.
"(har-les A., Lym-nmV 'Vereitsl- Na
tAional Board of. Farm Organization.
"Maurice McAuliffe. president. State
Farmers' Ulnion- of Kansas, Salina,
"J1. W. Shorthili. secretary-. National
Council of Parmera' Co-ope'rative As
naclations. Vork, Neb.,
"Charles W. l(olman, secretary, Na
tional Conference on- Marketing and
Farm Credits. Madison, Wis.
"John D, Miller, director, Dairy
mna's League, Susquehanna, Pa.
"C. 0. Patterson, secretary. Inter
mountain Associa-tion of Sugar Beet
Growers. Salt Lake City, Utah..
"flenry C. Wallace, secretary Corn
Belt Meat Producers Association, Des
"ftichard Pattee, secretary New
Engl nd Milk Producers' Association,
"E3. A. Calvin. Washington represen
tative, Cotton States Offkiital Advisory
Markettsg'~ Board, Washiagten, D. C.
"ishn C. Ketchum, master, 1,ichi
gan 'Btate Grange. 3astina.~ ih.
dirs. Stone Was Associate of Late
Founder of W. C. T. U.
THROUGH FRISCO FIRE
1elates Experiences With "Master
Medicine," Which Gave Wonder
One of the features that dis
inguishes Tanlac from all other f ro
prietary medicines is the large num
Der of proninent people everywhere
who are giving it their unqualified en
lorsement.. Among the statements re
3ently recived at the Tanlac office is
me in particular that is sure to arouse
widespread interest throughout the
:ountry, having been made by Mrs.
Martha R. Stone, of 7225 Third Ave.,
Northwest, Seattle, Wash. She is a
nioted temperance lecturer who for
many years Was associated with the
ate Francis E. Willard, founder of
the W. C. T. U. In relating her ex
oriences with Tanlac, Mrs. Stone
"I think it is the duty of everyone
who has been relievecj as I have to do
vhat they can to help others. There
Fore, it gives me pleasure to tell of
he benefits I have derived from the
,se of Tanlac.
"I was a great sufferer for many
rears with stomach trouble, which be
ame so bad I had to take to my bed,
vhere I lay for six weeks, entirely
ielpless. The least noise would upset
ne and I was not allowed to see any
me for fear it would excite me, and
l was told that my entir'e nervous
system had suffered a total collapse.
You see, I had passed through the
treat San Francisco file, in which I
ost everything I possessed and my
!xperience was a severe shock to my
lready over-wrought nervous system.
When at last I was able to get out
f bed I would have such awful dizzy
pells that everything in my room
eemed to spin around as though I
vas in the center of a whirlwind. My
tomach was so weak and my appetite
o poor that I hardly ate a thing, and
vhat little I forced down soured and
ormed gas that pressed up in my
hroat and chest and made me hoarse,
o much so that I had difficulty in
peaking. I also suffered much from
)ain in the lower part of my body
rom the gas. My liver, too, was all
mit of order and my kidneys gave
ne no end of trouble.
"When my son-in-law say that the
nedicines I was taking were doing
ne no good, he induced me to try
anlac, as he said it had done him so
nuch good he believed it would help
ne, too. To oblige him I got me t
Bottle, and the first few (loses con
rinced me that it was just what I
seeded, and my first bottle put m,
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tation. Write us NOW.
W. P. LEGG. Deaks
rigift on my feet. I am nbw on mf
iecotd bottle andM ineplondid obspe,
for my ierves are practically in at
ornial state for the first, tite in'.sev.
eral years, which- I consder a re
irnrkabl'e thingg. have a fitpe appe..
Lite and can etst mot anything I want
without suffering an unpleasantness
sfterwards. Tanlac is fast helpihg me
to overcome my troubles,: and. I feel
that I am getting on just fine ever
since I began taking it."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Magnlpg;.4
H. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
SOY BEANS, FOR HOGS.
Clemson College, April 2.-As the
time for planting soy beans ap
proaches, farmers should decide son
the acreage to be seeded and should
make sure of good seed. The folldw
ing from the annuel report of N. G.
Thomas, County Agent of McCormick,
will be of interest.
During the year of 1917 1 induced
a few farmers to try soy beano as a
fall hog grazing crop. - Every 1917
grower grew them again in 1918,
along with new men, who were giving
them a try out.
I had ten demonstrations of soy
beans - during 1918. Every man has
made a favorable report of this beau
for hogging purposes. It is a heavy
yielder on pool' lana, and seems to
be adapted to withstand adverse con
ditions. The farmers seriously ob
ject to the rabbit's fondness for this
bean when it is quite 'young. In
three cases, the rabbits practically
ruined two-thirds of three acre plots.
This fact acts as a stumbling block
in getting a greater acreage of beans
One farmer made a test of plant
ing time for soy beans. He planteed
acre plots as follows: May 15th,
June 11th, and July 16th. All of the
plantings began to ripen about the
same time; the first two plantings
ripened faster. There was only one
material difference in the beans and.
that was the size. The first two
plantings grew much taller than the"
latter, but the yield of beans was
about the same.
The soy bean should find a place
as a hog grazing crop on every farm.
The bean is an excellent pork pro
ducer and is easily and economically
gathered by hogs.
It is with sad remembrance I an
nounce the death of my darling little
brother just' five days old. He was
a sweet little brother to me but i
sweeter to the Lord and he takene:'
him from me.
A darling one from us is tone,
A tiny little voice is still,
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
He was borned the 9th and depart
ed this life the 15th. But blessed is
he that sleepeth for we know he is
Written by his sister,
the Gulnlne That Dos Not Affect the Ned
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, ,AkA
rivE~ BROMOQUIJNINE is btter than Oinary
Quinine and does not causetnervousness nagi
ringiug in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of R. W. GROVE. 30c.
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Catarrh of the Stomach
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