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FAIR PLAY, STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI.
LIFE WAS A
MISERY TO HER
Says this Woman Until Re
lieved by Lydia E.Pinkham's
Carroll ton, Ky. "I Buffered almost
two years witn lemaio wcaKncss. i
1 could not walk any
distance, ride or
I take any exercise at
Inn wiinuui. resting.
If I sweDt the floor
I or did any kind of
work it would brine
my sickness on. I
I was wean ana lang
uid, had no energy,
I and life was a misery
to me. I was under
the care of a good
Dhvslcian for sev
eral months and tried othor remedies.
I had read of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and decided to try it.
After taking twelvo bottles I found
myself much improved and I took six
more. I have never had any more
trouble in that respect since. I have
done all kinds of work and at present
am an attendant at u otate Hospital
and am feeling fine. I have recom
mended your Vegetable Compound to
dozens of my friends and shall alwavs
recommend it."- Lillian Tiiahp, 824
S. 6th St., Carrollton, Ky.
If you have any symptom about which
you would like to know write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., for helpful advico given freo of
without question If Rant' BalT
falla la the treatment of Ucxema,
Tetter. Ringworm. Itcb, etc, Don't
become dlsconraced because other
treatment! failed, Iluat'a Salve
boa rellored hundreds of aucbeasca.
Ton can't lots on our ilontv
IMekOiutmntM. Try It atonr risk
TOIJAY. l'rlce 75c, at drng stores.
A. B. Blenardi Co., Sherman, Texu
The mnntle of charity Is soon worn
threadbare by a hypocrite.
Now la the Time to Get Rid of
These Uglr Spots.
There's no loncer the slightest newrt of
feeltnjj aahnmert bf your freckles, as Othlna
- double strength la guaranteed to remove
these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of Othlne double
etrength from your urusKlst, and apply a
little of It night and mornlnt; and you
should soon see that even the worst freckles
have begun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It 1b seldom
that more than one ounce Is needed to com
pletely clear the akin and gain a beautiful
Be sure to ask for the double strength
Othlne, na this Is sold under guaranteo of
money back If It falls to remove freckles.
Too many working raen make a spe
cIalty1of working others.
A Physical Wreck From Kidney
Trouble, But DOAN'S
Made Her Well.
"Kidney trouble made a complete
WTeck of me," Bays Mrs. Wm. Harvey,
621 N. Eighth St., Grants Pass, Ore.
"I was so despondent and miserable it
seemed I had nothing left to live for.
Death would have been a welcome re
lief. For six months
I was in bed and
never expected to
leave it alive. I was
too weak to move
without the help of
my nurse and so
nervous I screamed
when she touched
me. My back and
head hurt like a
ache. I had awful
dizzy spells, my eye
sight failed, my
hands and feet felt
dead. I was nam-
Mri. Hut 17
racked all over. The kidney secretions
looked like thick, black coffee and
burned terribly. They almost stopped
passing and then my feet bloated like
bags of water. I was frantic with pain,
and thought I would lose my reason,
"I had lost all faith in medicine and
tried Doan's Kidney Pills only be
cause a dear friend asked inc. Right
from the start I began to feel better.
Doan's cured me,"
Bworn to before me,
A. H. PARSONS, Votary PulUc.
Cat Dosn's at Any Slot., 60c a Box
FOSTER. M1LEURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
IJVK AIJKNTrt WANTED IM MKDIATKLY.
llltANU m;V sr.l.lXlt. Jui out. Unlim
ited field for man or womun. Particulars
fren. A, II Lelbensood, 1), Jiox U 03, Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Ntt Tablets tone and strengthen
organs of digestion and elimina
tion, improve appetite, etop eiclc
headaches, relievo biliousness,
correct constipation. They act
promptly, pleasantly, mildly, yet
Kl Tonight, Tomorrow Alright
TOBACCO Kentucky's fins, silky leaf chew
ing and imoklng tobacco (or salt. Direct
from farmer. Write for sample and prices.
Adam Uroe., Bardwell, Kentucky.
Texaa Oil Lcnaee. 1100 bujre 10 a. 110 down.
II mo. Invest witn mi prouacere. "
Ttz-LiOtt-Uex Predicate, Wichita Falle. Tex.
Valuable Object Lesson to Farm
ers Who Have Not Marketed
SUCCESS OF ASSOCIATIONS
Way Pointed Out to Secure Returns
on Many Wooded Tracts Now Un
profitable Co-operative Organi
zation of Big Benefit.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Dy utilizing the by-products of
their business and handling them In
large quantities ninny concerns hnve
added materially to their profits.
There Is n valuable object lesson In
this to fanners In many parts o the
country who hnvo not been market
ing the products of their woodlands.
Most farmers hnve not realized that
timbered areas can be made to yield
a regular "crop," which could bo
counted a profitable by-product, If
not a principal product nor do they
appreciate the benefit that would come
through handling the output of the
woodland In such large quantities us
Is possible through co-operative pur
chasing nnd nmrketlng organizations
Through Co-operation Several Owners of Wooded Tract3 Can Realize
Profits on Land Which Otherwise Would Yield No Return.
nmong the farmers of tho United
States, nnd forest service experts In
the United States department of ag
riculture believe that the principle on
which these associations have suc
ceeded can be applied to handling
woodlnnd products In many parts of
Size of Association's Interests.
A co-operative association of wood
lnnd owners should represent n sufll
clent stnnd of timber to provide op
erations for a considerable term of
yenrs, If not Indefinitely. While It
might pay such nn organization to
market 0,000.000 feet of lumberthe
product of perhaps 1,000 acres of
woodlnnd such an organization
would be vastly more profitable If Its
members were owners of 25,000,000
feet. In any case, the capital Invest
ed should ,1)6 quite definitely limited
by the nmount of lumber nvnllnble
The kind of forest products to be
marketed will of course vary In differ
ent sections, but In most cases lum
ber will be the chief product. For
this reason an association should em
ploy a competent manager fumlllnr
with the lumber business nnd one able
EARLY OUTBREAK OF
HESSIAN FLY LIKELY
Another Invasion of Pest Is Ex
pected This Spring.
United States Department of Agrlcul
ture Has Made Complete Prepar
atlons to Make Number of
It 1b likely that more will be learn
ed tills year about the Hessian fly
than In any year since General Howe's
hired Hessians are supposed to have
brought the pest to Long Island dur
ing the Revolution. There have been
numerous destructive outbreaks of tho
Hessian fly and a great deal has been
found out about It, but nobody was In
position to do the Job properly. An
other outbreak Is likely this spring,
nnd the United States department of
agriculture Is ready for it.
Two years ngo the appropriation for
Hessian fly work was Increased suf
ficiently to provide for the principal
needs. Shortly afterward the bu
reau of entomology established three
stations for the purpose of systematic
study. They are nt Carlisle, Pu., Ccn
trnlln. HI., and Wichita, Knn. Each
station Is equipped with n full set of
wop - Instruments, and severnl
ref s are taken each day through
out i he year. Sowings hnve been
made nt various dntes for severnl
years to determine tho fly-free period
for each year. Experiments have
been conducted with many varieties
of wheat to determine their fly-resist-lug
qualities. Exhaustive Investiga
t irrnde lumber. n should fa
miliarize himself with the woodlnnd
resources of association members, and
should know the mnrkctlng situation
with respect to lumber and related
products, as this will be a factor in
deciding whether existing plants arc
sufllclent for the association's wood
land products, or If additional equip
ment such as nuto trucks, rallrond
sidings, and mnchlnery nre needed.
It Is highly desirable Hint ho hnve
a working knowledge of forestry, In
order that ho mny direct the cutting
of timber In such a wny that tho
stand will be perpetuated.
Use of Portable Sawmill.
A specific Illustration of the ndvnn
toge to bo derived from co-opcratlvc
effort Is found In the use of a port
able snwtnlll. If properly employed
It becomes an exceedingly prolltnblo
Investment for a group of woodland
owners, although an Individual could
scarcely afford to buy one. The mill
can be moved from one section to nn
other from year to yenr until prnctb
cnlly tho entire area has been cut
over, after which, If sufllclent time
hns elnpsed, a second cutting enn be
It Is not necessary to put a large
nmount of money Into n plant If the
association decides to arrange with
n local mill man to saw the lumber
for Its members. In that evei:i Us
main function becomes the shipping
nnd sale of Its product after the man
ner of many fruit shipping associa
tions which pool their fruit accord
ing to grade and variety nnd pro
rate their receipts. On the f'-r
hand, If n snwmlll, turning plant, or
other wood-using machinery Is to be
operated, considerable capital will be
required and the salary and expenses
of the manager nnd his co-workers
will hnve to be provided.
Permanent Benefits Secured.
Not the least valuable result to bo
expected from a co-operative forest
products association Is the establish
ment of permanent local Industries,
and prosperity resulting to the whole
community, In contrnst to the ex
ploitation of forests by temporary In
dustries and Imported labor. The
tendency has been to develop tho
wood-using Industries entirely apart
from the community life. Forest re
sources have been exploited so ex
tensively theV Imported labor has
largely supplemented local labor. Ono
of the unfortunate results of this pol
icy has been to cause the abandon
ment of farms In certain communities,
notably In New England nnd Pennsyl
vania. Persons Interested In securing more
detailed Information on this subject
should address the Forest Service,
United States Department of Agricul
ture. tions are under way on parasites of
the Hessian fly. The main object Is
to determine whnt effect the presence
or absence of any particular pnrnslto
hns on perlodlcnl outbreaks of the fly.
When the Inst great outbreak enme
five or six years ngo no such com
plete preparation for study had been
mnde. If the threatening one mate
rializes this spring tho preparation
thnt hns been mnde should result In a
number of Important studies.
NEW FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS
8urvey Shows 12,500 Purchasing and
Marketing Organizations In
A survey mode by the bureau of
markets of the United States depart
ment of agriculture a few yenrs ngo,
showed that there were approximate
ly 12,.r)0O fnrmers' purchasing nnd
marketing organizations In this coun
try. These Included grain warehouses
nnd elevators,- creameries nnd cheeso
factories, stores, and cotton, tobneco
and live stock associations.
Sow good seed only,
Test your seed corn.
Apply manure to tho soil promptly.
Prepare the soli by thorough tillage,
Treat all small grain and potato
teed with formaldehyde for smut.
; FOR "FLU"
Keep Your Liver Active, Youi
System Purified and Free From
Colda by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are Do
1 lightful, Safe and
. h Sure.
Physicians end Druggists two ftdvls
lng tlicir friends to keep their systems
purified and their organs in perfect
working order as a protection against
the return of influenza. They know
that a clogged up system and a lazy
liver favor coldB, influenza and serious
To cut short a cold overnight and to
prevent serious complications take ono
Calotab at bedtlmo with a swallow of
water that's all. No salts, no nausea,
no gripiug, no sickening after effects.
Kext morning your cold, has vanished,
your liver is active, your system is puri
fied and refreshed and you aro feeling
lino with a hearty appctlto for break
fast. Eat what you please no danger.
Calotabs aro Bold only iu 'original
pealed packages, price thirty-flvo cents.
Every druggist is authorized to refund
your money if you aro not perfectly
delighted with Calotabs. (Adv.)
A Sermon to the Mule.
He was an ebony-skinned driver of
n team of fretful mules, hitched to n
garbage wagon. He depended on his
command to "whoa, haw or gee" to
make the mules go where he willed,
or to step directly by the garbage to
be picked up. One day, in spite of
his loud demands of them to "whoa,"
they proceeded to wend their uneven
way for quite a distance beyond the
container. Going around In front of
the team, he looked the lead mule
squarely in the eyes and said, dis
gustedly: "Now, mule. I wants to
know why you can't listen."
"I think Maude Is a woman of very
open disposition." "I notice It Is hard
to make her shut up."
"DULL" Durham cigarettes; you roll them
yourself from genuine "Bull" Durham
tobacco; fifty from one bag.
No machine can even duplicate your "own"
rolled from genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco.
Good old reliable "Bull". Always genuine;
since 1865 he's been everyone's friend.
WOMEN! DYE RIGHT!
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't Spoil or Streak Materiar m a Poor Dye
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contnlns directions so simple that nny
woman enn diamond-dye a new, rich,
fadeless color Into worn, shnbby gar
ments, drnperles, coverings, whether
"I nni sorry to bear yon have left
your husband. Couldn't you get on
"Oh, yes, but the dog couldn't."
If you must look at people's faults
shut your eyes.
.ft . ft. 0.
.-.. Tl' i i I l I II III Mill II1 Id Mil i llllll I ''III I l I mw III I
:4ui WESTERN CANADA,
IS as proiuaDio as grain growjns. accesses as wonacriui
as those from growing wheat, oata, barley, ana Uax have been made la
ralslne Hones, Cattla, Shoap and Hoeo- Brixht. sunny climate, nutrit
ious Brasses, Rood water, enormous fodder cti these apell success to tho
farmer end stock raiser. And remember, you caa buy on oasy tarmav
Farm Land at
' land equal to that which through many
or wneai to ins acre (rrazins iana convenient loncra
cram farms at nroDortionatelv low Drices. These land&Hsve
every rural convenience; Rood schools, churches, roada, trie- .
phones, etc., clo3c to live towns and good markets.
If you want to get back to the farm, or
scale man is possioie unaer your present conaitions, n.u .
sate what Wastorn Canada haa to otter you, I
For Illustrated llttmtnro with mat and porltailara ragantel ritarrt I
nllwb rates. location of laail. etc.. appJ to Dtpartmast ef lam'arr-1
tion, uttawa, uanaan, or
I F. H. HEWITT. 2012 Main Street, Kama
BROUGHTON, Room 412. 112 W. Adam.
wool, silk, lXnva, cotton or mlxeA
Bu7 MjrlMimd Dyes" no other
kind thra irfect results nre guaran
teed even If yo liave never dyed b
fore. Pmrarfjfl Jms color card.
Ono Girl and the Others.
"Aro you ymir mother's only little
girl?" nsfcwl tbe kindly old man.
"Yes, sir." Ti.illed tho flvo-yenr-old,
"The rest of ns is boys." Loudon An.
3rno dlgalfiwl men are hustlers.
'15 to 930 An Acre
years ha3?Je3dcxl from SO to 4S bushel
to farm ca sttaggCT '
Cry, Mj C ,