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"I wouldn't take a thousand
dollars for the good VINOL has
done me. I was told that Cod Livei
Oil was the medicine I needed for
my weakened condition and poor
blood. I could not take the greasy
mixture, and when our druggist told
me that VINOL contained not only
tonic iron but all the medicinal prop
erties of Cod Liver Oil without the
grease or oil or bad taste, I made
up my mind that was the medicine
for me. I tried it and to-day am
strong and well."
Mrs. J. T. Snyder,
Greensboro, N. C.
TVo giinrnntco the genuineness of the
" We sell VINOL with the
understanding that if it does
not give the purchaser per
fect satisfaction, we return
his money without question.
Will you try a bottle un
der these conditions?
' W. S. LLOYD, Druggist.
Farming as a business breeds opti
mists and pessimists in every nei
ghborhood. Quite of ton these
humanopposites contend with phys
ical conditions which are as favor
able to the one class as the o her.
It follows then that environment,
circumstance or the swav of econ
omic law does not account for the
radical difference between them.
On the contrary, it is a state of
health, a habit of thought, a way
of lookinir at the world, mnyliap
an inherited bent of mind, which
makes one man glad, confident and
eager for the frays of life, while
bis neighbor, with equal warrant
in material possessions, is disgrun
tled, dissatisfied and at war with
bimself, seeing in a clear sky a
permanent black cloud with never
a silver lining. Some men an
born optomists and degenerate in
to suspicious, chronic calamity -bowlers'
others arise by sheei
force of will-power from tho mire
of morbid sourness into the sun"
shine of peace and trust.
YOUR SCRAP IRON, LIVE GEESE, HENS
ROOSTERS, TURKEYS AND EGGS, HIDES.
FURS, TALLOW, Biil!SWAX,FtATHERS, AND
GINSENG, FOR WHICH I WILL PAY THE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
17 to Apr I E. T. FEIS.
"I have used
Sloan's Liniment on
a fine mare for splint
and cured her. This
makes the third
horse I've cured.
Have recommended it to my neigh
bors for thrush and they say it is fine.
I find it the best Liniment I ever
used. I keep on hand your Sure
Colic Cure for myself and neighbors-,
and I can certainly recom
mend it for Colic." S. E. Smith,
Mr. R. W. Parish, of Bristol,
Ind.,R, No. 2, writes: "I have used
lots of your Liniment for horses and
myself. It is the best Liniment in
the world. I cured one of my horses
of thrush. Her feet were rotten;
the frogs came out ; she laid down
most of the time. I thought she
would die, but I used the Liniment
as directed and she never lies down
in the daytime now." fe
should be in every stable and ap-
nlial at tltA href cinrn of lomonAco
W k . V Wta krfM
You don't need to rub, it penetrates.
m. Will kill a spavin,
HT curb or splint, re-
llfl duce wind puffs
JliJ'JL and swollen ioints.
and is a sure and
speedy remedy for
founder and thrush.
Price, 60c. and $1.00
Sloan's book on
horses, cattle, sheep
and poultry sent
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boiton,' Mais.r U. S. A.
Continued Profits in Hogs.
While cattle and sheep are in
many cases losing money for feed
ers, hogs are making large profits
in spite of recent market declines.
There is less uncertainty felt
about, tho. course of the hoii mar
ket than concerning any other
class of meat-producing animals.
The caprices of cattle and sheep,
feeders, and the ease with which'
they can increase or decrease the!
extent of finishing operations. I
have wrought great havoc thk
season. In some respects the hoir
business is more stable. There is
small temptation to carry hoirs
along in thin flesh after thev arc
growthy enough for finishing, lie
cause their maintenance in winter
calls for considerable grain. The
limitation of hog feeding mainl.v
to the larms where they are pro
duced also restrains the tendency to
speculate in their finishing. Tin
hog crop comes forward mostly at
18 months old, and directly repre
sents the breeder's crop of corn.
The unfortunate combination in
1907 of a small corn crop, a slight
ly more than normal increase in
hogs and a -financial panic just at
tho time when the bulk of tho
hogs were ready for marketing,
caused a selling panic among those
swine-growers who could least
afford to suffer. The history of
the diastrous clean up of sows and
light shoats in the winter and
spring of 1907-8 shows that those
who failed to keep informed of all
the circumstances affecting the
market were the men who lost
courage and dumped all their
breeding stock overboard, and
thus intensified the price decline
It was mainly the renters and oth
ers following no settled system of
soil conservation who jumped at
the conclusion that the hog had
outgiown the mortgage-payina
qualities which had endeared him
to American corngrowers.
Succeeding events show how
slowly such mistakes are corrected.
A decrease in two years of about
15 per cent, in the number of hogs
in this country put the price of
breeding stock beyond the reach
of those who still nurtured their
distrust of hogs. According to
the most careful estimate so far
reported it is thought that the
stock of hogs in this country in
creased last year only about 3 per
cent. Meanwhile the farmers who
followed the sensible reasoning
that the time to retain breeding
stock is when everyone else wants
.to sell it, have reaped a merited
reward for their wisdom. They
not only escaped the loss which
would have accompanied the forc
ing of their herds on the market
during the glut, but they had a
surplus of normal size to sell when
scarcity developed. -
Many ills come from impure
blood. Can't have pure blood with
faulty digestion, lazy liver and
slugiiish bowels. Burdock Blood
Bittors strengthens stomach, liver
and bowels, and purities the
ROYAL LOVER OF DOGS.
Princess Patricia of Connaught ii
said to bo very fond of dogs, her fa
vorite being a wolf hound called
Captain, who is very cross to stran
gers. The princess has no fear of
dogs and often visits the kenneli
when. she is in the country.
The quickest and most effective
remedy for loosening the phlegm,
relieving irritation and curing any
cough or cold is Bloodine Cough
Checker. Sold by W. S. Lloyd.
extensiv'o discoloration of the skin, If
olive oil be applied freely wlthoit rub
bing the discoloration will quickly dis
appear. Absorbent cotton may b&
soaked In the oil and applied. If the
skin Is broken a little boric acid
should first be applied over the abra
sion. A black eye thus treated can
be rendered normal In a few hours,
especially If the oil be appUed warm.
Everybody's friend Dr. and noes were sounded and the
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Cures tooth- crowded Moor and galleries fol
achq, earache, sore throat. Heals 'lowed the roll call with interest
cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops any most intense,
pain. lm. I Upon the conclusion of theoll
And At a Big Bargain, Too!
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I OMMFD RFTAWS
OLi I Ad OUm UK.
OCA 7i 1 C L K k I A. V L Vi
Paynter and Bradley Are Goth for
the Illinois Boss On the
final Roll Call.
William Lorimer retains his seat
in the United Stafes Senate. By a
vote of 4G to 40 that body defeated
the resolution introduced by bena-
tor Beveridge declaring that the
junior Senator from Illinois had
not legally been elected.
The end of the case, which for
many months had been before the
Senate and which had provoked
one of the most bitter lights in that
body for years a tight in which
the personal equation served to j Democrats voted against Lorimer.
heighten and intensify the feeling j Twenty-four of the thirty-three
came shortly after 1 :30 o'clock j who voted against the direct elec
Wednesday afternoon. Promptly tion of Senators voted for Lorimer.
at that hour the vice-president
brought his gavel down sharply
uoon his desk and called for a vote
on the resolution.
i.Avni.i.irrrr. is .stoim'kd.
The agreement entered into by
the members called for the shut
ting oiF all the debates aUhat hour
and the settlement of the issue by
Senator LaFollette had the Moor
and the rap of the gavel forced
him to an abrupt termination of Frye. Gallinger, Gamble, Guguen-hisanti-Lorimer
speech. The ayes heim, Hale, Ileyburn, Kean, Mc-
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tut anu me announcement oi the
i result minimise wns lipsird from tho
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ator Lorimer s triends hastened to
tender their congratulations
I'VYNTKU AND IHMM.KV roi: HIM.
Six votes held Lorimer in the
Senate. Both Kentucky Senators
voted to sustain the report of the
committee entitling the Illinoisan
to his seat. Ter Democrats voted
in favor of Lorimer besides Payn
ter. J hoy were Bailey, Bankhead,
Foster, Johnson, Simmon, Smith,
of Maryland: Thornton, Tillman
and Watson. Frazier and Terrell
were the only two Democrats ab
sent, and Taliferro did not vote
Lorimer was the only Republican
who failed to vote. Eighteen
The fact that only six Senators
saved the Illinoisan is the most se
vere rebuke that a Senate Commit
tee ever received.
HOW THR SKNATOli.s VfVI I'.l).
The Senators voted as follows:
Nays (pro-Larimer) Republi
cans: Bradley, Brandegee, Briggs,
Bulkeley, Burnham, Burrows,
Carter, Clarke, of Wyoming;
Crane, Cullom, Curtis, Depew,
Dick, Dillingham, Dupont, Flint,
Cumber, Nixon, Oliver, Penrose,
Perkins, Piles, Richardson, Scott,
Smoot, Stephenson, Warren and
Wetmore. Democrats : Bailey,
Bankhead, Fletcher, Foster, John-
DURING THE MONTH Of MARCH
on account of being over
stocked, we are going to
offer a limited number of
ruled or unruled, for
per one thousand, printed.
You will have to hurry if
you take adv itage of
son, Faynter, Simmons, snntu, t
Mnrvlnnrl- Tlmrntnn 'IMInvm on,
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1 w atson. lotal nnys-iu.
Ayes (anu-I-onmer) Repubh -
cans: Beveridge, Borah, Bourne.
Bristow, Brown. Burkett, Burton,
Clapp, Crawford, Cummings, Dix
on, Gronna, Jones, LaFollette,
Lodge, Nelson, Page, Root, Smith,
of Michigan; Sutherland, Warner
and Young. Democrats : Bacon,
Chamberlain, Clarke, of Arkansas;
Culberson, Davis, Gore, Martin,
Money, Newlands, Overman, Ow
en, Percy, Rayner, Shivery, Smith,
of South Carolina; Stone, Swanson
and Taylor. Total ayes 10.
Absent Aldrich, Frazier and
CUI.I.OM bTANDS HV I.OltlMKli.
Senator Lorimer did not. vote
because of his interest in the case,
and Senator Taliferro was in his
seat, but did not respond to his
name. The vote of Senator Cul
lom, Mr. Lo rimer's colleague from
Illinois, was awaited with great
interest. Both sides had claimed
him. He voted for Lorimer.
While no pairs were announced,
Senator Aldrich was paired on
other questions with Senator Ter
rell, both being absent on account
of illness. Senator Taliferro's si
lence might signify a pair with
Senator Frazier, who was absent
on account of the death of his
mother. Mr. Talifeiro has been
understood to be for Lorimer.
There is one vacancy caused by
the death of Mr. Hughes, of Care
Una, leaving the; present voting
strength of the Senate 91 and 46 a
i,ut -m. Mr. Lofuner got a
nrttn ..r l .:!:.,... t
; v o position of Senators Fiwitr
, an 1 Tem-U, who were absent were
announced as both anti-Lorimer.
There is a general understanding
that Senator Aldrich would have
favored Lorimer. Nothing was
stated on the floor regarding his
Mr. Lorimer was not present
when the vote was taken.
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GULLS AS WEATHER PROPHETS.
Another storm is coining, predict
tiie teagulls. Hundreds of these
birds hae been coming inland and
hovered over the -Milwaukee river in
the heart of the city. Most of the
time they Hew high, but occasionally
swooped down and splashed the icy
waters with their wings.
Old residents who have noted the
flight of the gulls for many years
declare that when they come inland
from their harbor haunts it invari
ably indicates an approaching storm.
Their presence over the river was
noticed by many persons a few day
ago ana may nave betokened th
I storm that arrived on Sunday.