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We ca well be proud of our Amerl
ef. girls and women. In France and
England women are tak
Ing up the work of men
resolutely, and have
shown their ability to do
almost all kinds of work.
When it becomes neces
sary women will show
their worth in countless
shops, stores, factories
and ofces. No one hears'
them complain of their
hard work. These are
the days when American
men have cause to re
spect, love and honor
their mothers, wives and
deters. If a woman Is borne down
by the weakness and sufferings of womrn
ankind, she should be helped by a
herbal tonic made with glycerin
which has had such uniform success
dining the past half century. She
srtuld be well, instead of sick and
saering; healthy sad vgores, In
stead of worn-out and weak: bright
eyes, clear skin, rosy cheeks-you
wouldn't think it was the same wom
as, and It's all due to the use of a
few bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. All druggists. Tab
lets or liquid. Tablets, lOc.
What this medicine has done for
thousands of delicate women, it will
do for you. If you're over-worked
and debilitated, it will build you up
If you're borne down with the chronice
aches, paimns and weaknesses peculiar
to your sex, It relieves and cures. It
regulates and promotes the proper
functions of womanhood. This old
and tried Prescription of Dr. Pierce's
Invigorates the system, purfieas the
blood. Improves digestion, and restores
health. flesh and strength. Consult the
specialist at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Ho
tel. Buffalo. . N. , for free confidential
medical advice or for free book on
"What's the proletariat, Pat?"
"It's that pert of Russia they're all
fighting so about. You ought to be
ashamed of yourself not to read the
papers, son, about what's doing in the
Splla Wemen Sus$sed UneMi T.m
but who wants to be a Spartan
"Psmmalma" tr all female dierbs.
lt e 50 and $1.0.--Adv.
A German newspaper confers the title
of "The Prince of Hell" on the Invea
toer of liquid fire.
Alcohol, when pare, is greenish Ia
color, while water is distinctly blue In
Copenhagen maintains a permanent
exhibltlon of devices to protect work
ers from accidents.
asni Vies Lsesy . Lsa. ses
thae~r Gas.t 1106"a 0b1 Gal.migg ML
Until this new "smoke",
was made you could never
have a real Burley tobacco
cigarette. It's the best yet.
The tosdsdng brings out the
deliaious flavor of that fine
od Kentucky Burley. You
nevera tasted anything so
agreeable - think what
roasting does for peanuts
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
has been a household remedy asl ove
he civilised world for more than half
a century for constipation, hltestinal
troubles, torpid liver and the generally
depressed feeling that ascompanies
such disorders. It is a most valuable
remedy for indigestion or nervous dys
pepsla and liver trouble bringing ao
headache, coming up of food. palpita
tion of heart and many other symp
toms. A few doses of August Flower
will immediately relieve you. It is a
gentle laxative. Ask your druggist.
Sold in all civilised countries.-Adv.
Natural gas is probably formed in
the earth by a process of natural dis
tillation from the animal and vegetable
remains of past geological epochs, and
Is nearly the same product as is dis
tilled from the coal In the retorts of
gas factories only, instead of the heat
of fires, the Internal heat of the earth,
aided perhaps by chemical decomposi.
tion. has caused its formation on a
Catarrh Cannot Be Caed
by LOCAL APPLICATIONSI, as thbs
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease. at ndlu
enced by constitutional conditions. HALLS
CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh.
It is taken internaliy and acts through
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is composed of some of the best toeses
known, combined with some of the best
blood purifiers. The perfect combination
of the ingredients in HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is what produces such weo
derful results in catarrhal coaditonas.
Druggists 75e. Testimontals free.
. J Chenr a& Co.. Props. Tolde4 0.
When Water Falls.
Water will not always put out a fre.
This applies particularly to a fire
where grease is present in quantites.
A technical paper cites an lnstance
where a fre In the oil box of an en
gina was spread over a large radius
when water was thrown upon it The
water scattered the grease in all di
rections, and some of it was caught
up by a flywheel, spreading the burn
Ing grease over the building. In a few
minutes the whole plant was burning.
Peculiar Seythian Veblles.
Herodotus (40 B. C.) speaks of the
vehicles in use among the Scythans, a
nomadic race, as a rough two-wheeled
cart, on which rested a platform sur
mounted by a beehlvelike structure
of basket work, thatched with reeds,
in which these wanderint people
dwelt When settling in any one place
for any length of time these huts were
lifted to the ground and served as
tents. This style of vehicle was found
in different localities for centuries,
and doubtless with its modlmeatins
was largely used for all purposes of
Bad Old, Paemornia nsa Crep
may be pr.eated by ag·l Va ..h
Bak In time. ,eesje AmM keep
it In the ense-A .
'hese eer are a lest of eter."
iM l. Whe buid ig 3eM
Un b sr Tenm ir PWss
ab ern. in meet a hin haep pow
ae M ar and ym will ~neaa
aep end tgeah eo COenrma GOl
mnt as needed. per free amplia ad
dres, "O'ear. Dept. Z Seantn."
oea b drggss sd br mal. seap
4 Onatment 5 - and L-&Adv.
Fruit growers of Clifornia have de
dared In favor of the impertation of
Chinese "and other labor."
You may be sure of one thing-ye
can't be too sure of anything.
ld rm e WIth o Coe, ultMe. fo~ .elg P.k n ~,g
Warmth a Ietl od
(Prepard by the United States Depart
meat of Areculture.)
In most seetlas of the South it Is
desrable to start plants at certadn
crops before the danger at frost has
pased. The simplest method a start
lag a limited number of plants is by
meas oe a shallow boe tn a seuth wln
dow of the dwelling After the plants
appear, the box should be turned each
day, to prevent the plants drawing to
ward the light A mre satisefactry
method at starting plants Is by means
at hotbed or cold frames. A hotbed
6 bet by feet will be large enough
for the averagalted garden and an
be comnstructed rather heeply. In the
colder regions et the South some form
at beat should be upplied. Fresh m
aure from the horse stable wll be
founad satisactory for this purpose.
Turn the -man two or three times
before placing It IN the bed, In order
to make it uniform iN compoitlan and
mechanical condition. Make th em-a
vation for the bed about 18 inchaes deep
and put IN 15 to 18 Inches at fresh
manure, packing it well by tramping.
Arrange a frame over the manure, so
the slope will be to the south. Place
4 or 5 Inches it good garden lom over
the manure and cover the frame with
a botbed sash or heavy anvsem, pre
erably the former. The manure will
heat quite rapidly for the art fw
days. Dauring that time tilate the
bed frequently, to allow the gases to
eseape and to lower the temperature.
The seeds should not be planted until
the temperature goes down to 80 deo
gross or a degrees P. Afte th seeds
have been planted, dose attemtee
should be given to the watering and
ventilation ot the bed. The sel should
never be allowed to dry but it
should not b kept watrseasesd. Moe
tere Is neessary for the grar ien
of the seed and ar Ow auw at the
plants, but a -ease ma leture
shoeuM be aveMde, aJtt sitsuaslss gO
-evael mt islpee s ea
t. beds 40t Ye heaod pestes at
the ey, bat e- I m em to m
sm- their war erlse u e ho a ipr
Vae h the plo srk do s
In the lower som, Cam frames may
be ased lstead ft htbeed, and an
vas or eotten clot eevers WedN" at
glams. The Illsmtratin shows a type
t frame cmesenly msed IN t ware
or stsctin the Senuth er staring
hor the best resul plants started
ia baones, otbeds, or cold frames
should be transplated when thel
reach a height et to 2 inches. Traes.
plating tends to preduce unfeerm,
stocky plants with a weildeveleped
root system. The seedins may be
treaplanted to bones ora to the hotbed
or oed frame, to stead about 2 Inches
apart each way. Some growers tramn
plant twice before setting ln the open
ground. Fg. 5 shows two celery
plants from the am seeding. The
aone at the left was traunplanted, while
that at the right was allowed to r
main the seedbed until time for
planting In the garden.
Plants rowing in a houe, hotbed, or
cold frame should be hardened of be
fore they are transplanted to the gar
den. This can be accomplished by ven
tilatlon and eapeere to outdoor condl
toes during the day Is good weather.
If the plants are Ia a hotbed or cold
frame, the covers may be removed dur
Sthe day when the weather is good
and replaced toward nightfalhl. After
danger of rosts is past the covers may
be left at nlgh. By the time the
plants are large enough to be trana
plansted to the garden they should be
thoroughly accestomed to outdoor con
metns. Such plants udnally with
studn the treanser to t grden with
itte check and few losses.
aIsere takhn the plants from the
and te water alnwed to eek Into
e rw---od. Ths w ll mIre a perte
with a ne or spade end pack
hms la boese a ebate Ia whic to
*..rr :a: a ** se :.
RMISE EOR POULTRY
nd Ie wme a s dcM
as aen d aw e at
-" * Ia I a is
MStm pms at g
we he needed sn meason?
- 5Mas asmieegs a
The land aoulu be Is Woel sm4M
and everythinas hes be nsa
qulck operastlm wha gp Yl le w
riwv. Mark off the nmr d te
holes for the plat just I1- plait`
lug to prevent the pywa e eOsl.o
If poseribe st othe uiA es deM
day or just bele ow A Whan
the sal Is very dry Ib alloae M
mse a little water In aiei the wa.
tar eouM be abe qpiN abe fie
ia partally ied with de, we e
moat earth best mehS b# eswme
with dry mnl to preust r ºmPo
houeld be at a ulei etobit gp
dae than the wri as >e a hd.
Park the sol oS-m a
plath, so as to avid a.e...
DRAI-AGE FOR iI UD
Large Trees m S
Creps and Meat adgd
mcam the Ulw o
arge trets et to
area rr a few
at aires Ia moa
reise, whiMc . w
-mels msides frm
to-peow seels ad
mais to feed i
qih y e Mapable i
ivear aamly bg
their uwes ad to
thi. Imn amea n
led thei an
who dial flat w
anW the ,
is t"e a - -.ol
hetr LA iii
- Pvh s.
now se (,ad
sohe th q.
at ab hoeats a0
wen ea"mfire asmat
ated oE _I
meid lie et a.
lower somen it -tots
rones *rare sfr tms
ued thhe pews . EbeYII,
Umed of Tra ts o
mnglems asd sito WINb
an evera Ue le i tryo el
lls iotafl ther ot be s
s slipod asetsod et 1 so_
henr and "a t he ill" tid y
at any pties.
FARMES ARiE .M gNM.M
Thedn te rrhe peams -
use ae Trap essd Am, sam r
weL.osnelme Lt o r wl U
a an or fer pr wea
mert eir hems fur two w them ge
hems and *hamsing be * to
meek and eamer we ad p wit bed
at anr pale.
FARMERS ARE I0IP f
Thme whe - aed bels,
TAKES THE RACE OF
,t Diwovmy kl odson's Liver Tone Acs Like Calomel But oesn't ipe,
Sdiate or Make You Sick-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Ha-nmiss Live
MelGsc for Men, Women, Chidren---Read Guaranteel
Ughi Calomel mies you sick. It's horrible!
Take a dose of the dangerous drug tonight and
tomorrw you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is measny or qckuilver which causes
secrosis of the bones. Calmd, when it comes into
oeact wit sour blcrashes into it, breaking it
up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and
cramrp. If you are sluggish and "all knocked
aum If ear Ever is torpid amd bowebl costipated,
or you have headache disiess, coated tongue, if
breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a spooful
d harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight.
cure's my Iurantmo--Go to aIyi drun stort and
gt a botmofDodno's Liver Tom fora few
cn. Taoe a spoonful and K it doesna't straighten
Vs** Ap lama.
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seem ame-M m wml W
Sawn, in s, pem ben r mea
ses stt Mr. hsever wul.s t
Sm as as sulr mL qae dmeil
s Ie sms Us suiarn. Ofe dar
mm atmr a nmoe as alM: '"ea..
as*i=ea mat noat I qoes maw."
we teu.. aml ebob" at bar aml seM:
nmw da't m mmto a e yas are
0namus , yew am do Mr
mFT SE FOOLuS
a m b- lle I s 9S ea oIt as -st
a p a kme am myt mtie anN
iss m t se etiles.
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a ba A t at a e gurt
as ie a ml qp, ~r un INsue
nl. t ant wnlsa ase mr. uN
mil at -me esemsda a os 'o
amt saded areaa dlam 1ae."
MW thmal Mam l
* was hm wey m ht.
ml _- re t .. . e was
ast seat age r " > )8t.
Mir at be led"t aN W mater.
Dal mer blue Ih was OU du
air at ws mb
a Mt Dmee0i omer saw es 1e a
kamuseor wvi uwsa a-e MW
00l" pmd am.e 3t mamI
o a. .. m puer . "De yo
a his at ihaa
/at _+ sr yesMai it m t at
inWi stiI i A n es e to.
rwis mwa 0 yere tha t
*War MW- -e @am 5eer ks d at
mee .i. th
*Wa f ear Or
r _o atgees il attimu
Muay Dee From AeslsMts.
Deaths rsawtma W m t aa edemes
1n nssinered ,01, crepadla
to a ratf e 8 per 100 . Ths rate
Is comeierably is eesss t that et
1,6. wheh was 79. The gath rate
ra beat was 2 per lOa100 , the M .
eat rate shows tree this easse l the
last sfteen burs.
Tis IS Ti AM Ol YOUT.
"They dda't pgt a head a that
ply." Them heow coem they eat
to get eheaei
Want to Fed J rt R?
- Td emT.u.r
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Sh LfTTLE LIVER PI LS
at ag repu ni .on
'W( 6 !
*are Se se
you right up and mnake you feel Sf and ig ors
I want you to go back to the store and get your
money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroyin the
sale of calomel because its real liver medidae;
entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or
make you slc.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodso's Liver
Tone ill t your sluggish liver to work and
dean your b a of that sour bile and constipated.
waste which is dogging your system and umkiu
.ofeelmiseble I um tee at a bottl
's Liver Tone wil ep your entire family
feeling fine for manths. Give it to your childrn.
It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its
The Metheht cr c Inm Japea h
paled about 12 per cent aIs u w
s-p durig the last year.
dbwMle sthe h
o M who -M f efi
Ulei Al wse*ei Mr.
d ertlr p Isrray u u the -J
*llrIre beters lb. -eua betfl~