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SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. BENTON. ' MISSOURI
Healthy Skin Depend
The sVIn and the Intentlnes, which
work together with the "kidneys to
throw out the poisons of the body, do
a pnrt of the work, but n clean body
and a healthy one depends on the kid
neys. If the kidneys are clogged with
toxic poisons yon suffer from stiffness
in the knees in the morning on arising,
jour Joints seem "rusty," you may have
rheumatic pains, pain in the back, stiff
neck, headaches, sometimes swollen
feet, or neuralgic pains all due to the
nrlc acid or toxic poisons In the blood.
This Is the ttme to go to the nearest
drug store and simply obtain a 60c.
package of Anurlc (double or triple
strength), the discovery of Dr. Pierce
of Buffalo, N. T. Then drink a cup of
hot water before meals, with ah Anurlc
Tablet, and notice the gratifying re
sults. Ton will find Anurlc more active
HUNDREDS WILL TESTIFY
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR!
St. Louis, Mo. "For some time past
I have suffered with kidney and bind
der trouble, which made me very weak
and dizzy. I found doctoring to be
very expensive and my recovery was a
low process, so I decided to doctor
myself with Dr. Pierce's Anurlc Tab
lets. I have only been taking this medi
cine one week, but have felt so much
better ever since I started taking It
that I know It Is doing Just the work
as desired. I feel so confident that It
is strictly all it Is advertised to be that
I am going to keep on with It until I
am completely well. I am grateful for
what 'Anurlc' has done for me so far
and am glad to recommend It." JO
SEPH GLASS, 1012 Eleventh St..
Send Dr. V. M. Pierce, Invalids' Ho
tel, Buffalo, N. Y ten cents for trial
W. L. DOUGLAS
"THE 8HOB THAT HOL08 ITS SHAPE"
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8 AttWSUn
save Money by Wearing W. L Douglas
hoes. For sale by over 9000 shoe dealers.
The Best Known Shoes in the World.
W L Douglas name and the retail price u lumped on the bet
" torn of all shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed tad
the wearer protected against high price for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San
Francisco than they do in New York. They are always worth the
price paid for them.
The quality of W. L. Dcugla product It guaranteed by mora
than 40 yean experience in making fine shoes. The smart
styles are the leaden in the Fashion Centres of America.
They are made in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass,
by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest
determination to make the best shoes for the price that money
Aek yonrahoe dealer for TV. T.. Douglas shoes. II he ran-
LOOK FOR W. L. Doughs
name and the retail price
stamped on the bottom.
President u w. L. Don
1SS Spark St.. Broc
Its iTXMTV&Kr- , .I'.T.'I
V 'Hal Bora Sbaea
USE OF BACTERIAL VACCINE
Vaccination as Preventive for Strangles
and Distemper Being Extensively
The vaccination of horses as n pre
ventive for strangles or distemper Is
being extensively employed. It hus
been fotind that the anise of the dis
ease warrants the use of a bacterial
vaccine. This gives assistance to na
ture's own efforts of protection and
forms the logicul means of preventing
strangles as well as other diseases
caused by specific organisms.
The outcome of the-vaccination of
horses has In some Instances been dis
appointing. It Is possible that In such
cases the bacteria lias deteriorated or
become Ineffective, or that the results
are complicated by secondary Infec
tions. Iu the lutter cose It Is ndvlsuble
to use bacterins that will combat the
secondary Infections. These are called
mixed bncterlns, and contain n vurl
ety of killej bacteria commonly en
countered l such diseases.
In ease distemper appears, nil
henlthv Dflhtmala should be immediately
I Inject eO' with itreptobacterlns. The
J administration of bacterial vaccines
I should be made by u competent veter
l hiarlan, as Improper administration
may not provide proper protection and
so result in irregularities, nneterins
can be obtained from manufacturers
of VRtiOtll biological products.
BIG PROFIT IN SHEEP
As Safe and Attractive as
Other Line of Stock.
Nowhere Is There an Instance of Do
ellne In Well-Established Hut.
bandry Baaed on Production
of Meat and Wool.
RslffSJ sheep! This was the advice
of F. It. Marshall of the bureau of ani
mal Industry, United States depart
ment of agriculture In an address be
fore the members of the Kansas Sheep
Breeders' association at the agTlCttb
tural college In connection with farm
nrtd homo work.
"It Is now time for the live-stock
farmer to make sheep raisins one of
his regular lines of production," Mild
Iff, Mnrsbnll. "Putting aside I he pf I
fects of war conditions, prospective
values of lambs and wool render sheep j
rnislng fully as safe and attractive, to j
the man who will study and under
Stand the business, as Is the raising of ,
Cattle, horses or swln.
"Prior to 1914 snob n statement as j
this would nil have been Justifiable, I
LAYING QUALITIES OF HENS
American Breeds, Most r.esirable for
Producing Winter lygs, Should
Ba Hatcher: In April.
Experience bns tOlighl that the lay
ing qualities of any breed of fowls can
he much Improved by always breeding
from the best layers as well as can
the milking finalities of cows lie
brought to hlgtl stiindard by always
hr lilng from the best milkers. In
selecting your flock for winter laying
Set a good brcd-to-lay strain of Which
HVer breed you choose to keep. Fowls
of the AncAcnn bfWdSi which are per-
For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinko-'
Vegetable Compound has
the Sufferings of Wornes.
CLIPPING HORSES IN SPRING
Don"t rest at
bors -but "for"
SOAP 18 STRONGLY ALKALINE
and constant use will burn out the
scalp. Clenrute the scalp by shampoo
ing wtm "La Creole" Hair Dressing,
and darken, in the natural way, those
ugly. griMy hairs. Price, $1.00. Adv.
HungawU sharper than the sword.
Beaumont and Fletcher.
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
TbeanttstptleiwKdeetpbc ahaken Into shoes
and Kprtffklf (J Ihlo the foof-batta. It relieves
painful, ajre)Ieaartltui teet ami takrs the
tting onto? coruii and bunions. The greatest
ciroiorcr ever aiArorere-a tor an toot-aenes.
8o.il CTOSlwhf, Kv'. Trial D.irlmco FREE.
AddreaaWva80'ir-td, Le Boy, S. Y.
Prehistoric Canoe Found.
A prehistoric canoe has been found
nt Ic Kincllan, near StruthpefTrr,
and hnS beeu presented to the Fort
Augustus museum. The canoe was
dug by ltd builder what wus he like,
we wonder? out of the trunk of an
oak tree;. It measures 24 feet from
stem to jstern, and Is 2 feet 6 Inches
wide at Its broadest part In the
course of centuries portions of the
buried relic have rotted off, but the
bottom and the curves of bow and
stern arc still in good preservation. It
was discovered lying live feet below
Let the mind soar with the eagle
rather than crawl with the snake.
Important to MLoViers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTWKIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants und children, and see that It
In Use for Over 30
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
'TIs not Intelligent Industry to chop
at the roots of Hope.
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
Is her hair. If yours is streaked with
ugly, grizzly, gray hnlrs. use "La Cre
ole" Hair Dressing and change It in
the natural way. Price $1.00. Adv.
Fn?rgy never Is enough, but It al
ways is half enough.
Realizing His Importance.
Loutl Is the only boy. not only In
the Immediate family, but also In the
collateral brunches. One night ut his
nurse's knee he said his prayers loud:
"Vow I lay me down to sleep.
"I pray the Lord my soul to keep.
"If I should die"
Pausing, ho reflected a moment, mid
then broke out :
"Golly!" Wouldn't there be n row
In this family if that 'ud happen:"
Heavy Coat of Hair Causes Much
Sweating, Which Is Enervating
to Work Animals.
A good many horses come through
the winter season with heavy, rough
coats that are not shed when spring
work begins; t ho result Is they are un
comfortable when ut heavy work. A
heavy coat of hair causes much sweat
ing, which Is enervating to the horse
and Consequently produces an unnec
essary drain upon his strength and
Vitality, Nor is tills all. A horse that
sweats freely during the changing
weather of spring Is very apt to take
cold. Rough, shaggy coats should be
clipped In the spring before heavy
There are excellent clippers on the
market for this purpose, and they can
he bought at very reasonable prices.
A good clipper will pay for Itself In a
Ingle season on almost any farm, and
sometime! it Will do much more than
that. If a tentu Is laid up with n bud
colli for n few days when work is
pressing the loss of work may become
very expensive. This should he avoid
ed by the use of clipper and inci
dentally also make the horse more
Lambs on Soy
Assured meat values of the future, the
need of greater economy In the use of
farm labor, and the full utilization (
pastures place sheep raising In an en
tirely new light.
"Some agricultural Journals and
Silver Laced Wyandotte Hen.
! haps the most desirable for producing
winter eggs, should !" hutched In
April. They then will have ample
time t" mature before winter sets In,
If pOtSlhte the pullets should have
1 f i range during the summer to en
able them tn trow strong and hardy
frames. The parent stock must, of
course, be healthy and it is better ii
they have a reputation a winter lay
ers, Select the earlier hutched pui
lets and one-year-old hens that molt
earl)' In the season so their new feath
ers win get ripened up by November,
This is the foundation ol your winter
i gg production.
It hardly seems possible that there is a woman in this
country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial alter all the evi
dence that is continually being published, proving beyond
contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved
more suffering among women than any other medicine in
Mrs. Kieso Cured After Seven Month's Illness.
Aurora, 111. "For seven lone; months I suffered
from a female trouble, with severe pains in my back
and sides until I became so weak I could hardly
walk from chair to chair, ana got so nervous i
would jump at the slightest noise. I was entirely
unht to do my house work, I was giving up hope of
ever being well, when my sister asked mc to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I took
six bottles and today I am a healthy woman able to
i do my own housework. I wiali every nattering
woman would try Lydia K. rrniuiams vegetable,
IComnound, and find out for herself how good
it is." Mks. Kari. A. Kieso, 596 North Ave., Aurora, 111.
Could Hardly (Jot Off Her Bed.
Cincinnati, Ohio. "I want you to know the good Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I wus in lucfa nad
health from female troubles that I could hardly get Oil my Ix'd. I
had been doctoring for a long time and my mother sa;d,'I want you
to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.' 8o I did. and it
has certainly made me a well woman. 1 am able to do my house w ork
and am so happy as I never expected to ro around the way I do again
and I want others to know what Lydia E. Pinkham's esretabjj' v
Compound has done for me." Mrs. Josie Cofner, 1A08 Il.irn.;un A3
Fairmount, Cincinnat i, Ohio.
If you want special advice write to Lydia K. Pinklmm Modi- y
cine Co. (confidential I Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman and held in strict c-ociidcncer
RAISING PIGEONS FOR PROFIT
Unless Houses Are Com"0,tably W-"
It Is Not Wise to G rcw jcjusuS
in Ccld W"tn8f-
! other authorities linv
j question the safely
sheep niisim; nnd bo
statistical facts of tl
I Ity of sheeti itl e;i:
1 statistical deductions nr
' leading, ns nowhere Is
j stance in the United s-nt
; in ii well-established sh.
I ii In
their Ideas ui
dine In pnpul
rn states, Si
i uri iv
's of n
Ii Is not attempt t.
sauabs dur ''' ,,1,er i"""'-"
vnur lions !"'' "'arm enuUjlll
vent the frceslna of the egus,
young nf '"r hi'-" hatched.
When 'he young nrc lunched during
the coIC months they are very likely to
hetnme chilled ".hen parent hird
Temperance Worker Poes Mr. Mll-
liKlin llVe lu te?
Mrs, MiiiiL'nn Sure. Carry him in.
COVETED BY ALL
but possessed hy few :i beautiful
head of hulr. f yours is streaked with
' set or is- !;.;r.-."n t.nd stiff, you can re
Etore it to its fonnu i leauty 'iud lus
ter by iifcMitr "Lb Creole" Uaii Dress-luc-
1'rlce 11.00, Adv.
Saint Nilial Bltlgh,
Southern Workman, -single
exception 1 I o
dlnn rulers to be mpi
; Istrntlve ability and tntesmnnsml
devoted to the velfnri of tin-ir
i Jeets and interested In all sorts of (
of trreni ft
There were 500,000
tending schools of some
United Slates iu 1010,
will nol travel tin
'f, for blind bridles.
KEEP ALL SWINE CONTENTED
"Is this gun working now?'
"No, sir. it's discharged." Harvard
You Can Make Excellent Cake
With Fewer Eggs
Just use an additional quantity of Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, in
place of each egg omitted.
This applies equally well to nearly all baked
foods. Try the following recipe according to the
CREAM LAYER CAKE
Old Way New Way
1 cup augar 1 tup sugar
H cup milk 1 cup milk
2 cup flour 2 cups flour
2 teattpoona Dr. Prlce'a Baking Powder 4teapoona Dr. Prlce'a BtiklnffPowdtr
3 ens i esc
3 i cup ahortenf ng 2 t:iblcapoona ahortentng
1 teaspoon flavoring 1 teaspoon flavoring
Makes 1 Large 2-Layer Cake
DIRECTIONS Cream the sugar an-d short en inn together, then mix In the egg.
Aften lifting the flour end Dr. Priced Baiting Powder together, twoor three
ttmea,'aiiHtU to the mixture. Gradually udd the milk and beat with spoon
until you nave n smooth pour bgter. Add the flavoring. Pour into greased
layer cakellini4nd bake in a moderately hot oven for twenty minutes This
cake U beet boxed In two layere. Put together with cream filling and spread
with white Icing.
Booklet of recipee which economlre In egge
and other expensive ingrediente moiled free.
Address 1003 Independence Boulevard, Chicago. 111.
ade from Cream of Tartar, derived from Grapes
i No Phosphate No Bitter Taste
i One of Most Difficult Animals to Con
i trol Once It Gets Habit of Break
ing Out of Pasture.
When n hn; once sets tlio bablt of
trottln? out of Its yard, pasture or
whatever Its enclosure may be. it is
one of the most difficult animals to
control. You cau stop a breachy horse
or cow If you build a fence high
i based on the production of both most 1
I "The farm tlofk- thai have disap
peared In the past were raised prl
! marlly and almost entirely for won!
' production and beyond the foci thni
i they were sheep had Utile In common
with the kind of sheep that aro now
betna placed upon American farms and
...i. i.. i. utin i... t'.. in K. noAV future
hiv ii n ' i i ' . " i -
on nearly all farms.
"An Important feature In Starting
the sheep business i i to quickly work
Into n flock Of about 1M ewes, or us
Is recommended by the University of
Illinois, a ewe for each two acres of
the farm. The small Heel; which has
heretofore been recomilK'Uded l'"!'
usinc weeds and waste fed. and Inci
dentally us a small source nf profit, is
the llck that becomes diseased and. be
cause of Its Insignificance In the form
business. Is certain to be neglected."
food. Once they are
chilled rfrougi'i "icy are quite likely
nol to sci" 11 f'""1 ronply. and. chilled
through, thV lir'' 0 '' product which
cannot be ro?0,nwS '"' replaced.
I wouldn't r"l!i" Plgns, they're too
dirty," is the '"'"l'luint often made
ugulnst these bed"lKul Mrdai while, as
n matter of fact, ij ls tnr u's W
k.'ep a pigeon lofi ""'I free fr,,Mi
lll-smolllng odors tli00 !l Pultry house.
Step Into a pigeon Utter has
been allowed to av!l:,?;lil111' Wo or
three weeks and you ,vi:i notice merely
la Offers 160 Acres
e to Farm Hands
istern Caaada Land to Men Assisting in
Gaining Needed Grain Production
arm labor in Canada is great. As an inducement
ssary help at orce, Canada will give
RED AND SIXTY ACRES OF
"REE AS A HOMESTEAD
f the farm laborer, who has filed on the land, to
aties, the same as if he actually had lived on it.
ession is the reduction of one year in th e time
Two years instead of three as heretofore, but
on the farms for at least six months in 1917.
nelp is in no way connected with enlistment
solely to increase agricultural output1 A von
scure a farm and draw good wages at the stme
nment will pay all fare over one cent per
luth to Canadian destination. Information
tay be had on application to
enough, but a lios goes through. If
there is no hole In the fence it makes
one. Of course if the fence was so
tit'ht ut first that the hoc could not
get through, it won't bother you the
second and forty-ninth time.
Insufficient or Irregular feeding, or
falling to supply somethlug which the
animals crave lu the feed makes hogs
restless aud reudy to take the first
chance of exploring the outside world
In hopes of finding what tliey fallni
to find In their troughs.
It saves time and patience to keep
them contented und at home.
CABBAGE REQUIRES RICH SOIL
I Early Varieties Moat Acceptable as
Come Wnen 5ucn i-ooa ia
Needed Grow Quickly.
COMFORTABLE PEN FOR SOWS
Cheaper to Warm Animal With Rea
sonably Good Building Than to
Do the hogs have warm, dry beds?
Remember that It ls a matter of econ
omy la rearing hogs to provide them
with comfortable qunrters. It ls
cheaper to warm a hog with a reason
ably good building, with straw and lit
ter, than to burn alfalfa hay and 00
cent corn In maintaining the heat of
the animal body.
naihhnsM is easily grown if th
' ls rich enough, and the very early vn
. rletles are most acceptable, as they
I come at 0 time when such food is most
j needed. The style of head varies so
much that every taste should be grutb
! pad, Round head or pointed head.
flftt head or drum head, stone head
! and sure head, all have their vlr
Grow them quickly nnd feed the
oil, and almost any of the standard
j varieties will give satisfaction. One
year one kind will seem to excel and
another year this same variety will be
a disappointment. Much depends on
the soil and the season.
Cauliflower is almost ns easily grown
as cabbage, but more apt to be In
fested with worms, und for this rea
son Is not n favorite with the ordi
sllsht ammonia od'p' DU Bow th
SyaMaii siisiiS'iS"t"S a
! YES! MAGICALLY!
i CORNS LIFT OUT
! WITH FINGERS
You say to the drug store man.
"'"five me n stunll bottle of ft zone."
This will cost very little but will
positively remove every hard or soft
corn or callus from one's feet.
A few drops of this new ethT com
pound applied directly upon a tender,
aching corn relieves the soreness in
stantly, and soon the emir- corn or
callus, root and all, dries up nnd can
be lifted off with the Angers,
This new way to r.'d one's feet of
corns was introduced by a Cincinnati
man. who says that freesone dries in
a moment, and simply shrivels up the
corn or callus without Irritating U;c
If your druggist hasn't or' "
tell him to order a small 1
his wholesale drug house f 01
better than cure. Tutt'a Pllln H taken In tlBaa
are not only a r.-mcJ ior. but will prevent
biliousness, constipation and kliura'
IP ill fA
Reduces Bursal Lnlargemema,
Thickened, Sw oiler Tissue
Curbs. Filled Tendons, So'
tiess from Bruises or Stra.
Stops Spavin Lanuc.tss, allay, p.i.u.
Does not liliiter, remove the iiair of
lay an the liorst. f?.00 a bottle
at druggists cr delivered. Hook 1 M free.
ABSORBINE, JR.. - mankind- ao
antiseptic liniment i? bf ' W"- 'a.
strains, painful, swol.cn
neals and soothes. SI
gists or postpaid. W'i
write. Made in the
W. F. YOUNG. P. 0. F.
Oil of ced
same condition in jro poultry house
and well, you'll fully Bulll8 that it is
time to clean up.
The color of the feat prs "f B pigeon
has little to do with 1 : utility value;
but the color of its ski le of much Im
portance, as the dur skinned SQUubs
ure sold at a very l figure. It pays
to watch one's tlock ery carefully and
cull out nil pairs prdUClng such birds.
IMITATION IS SINCERE3T
but like counterfeit money
tlon has not the worth of th
Insist on "La Creole" Hnlr :
It's the original. Darkens y
the natural way, but cuutult
Price 51.00. Adv.
Tht corporation will b
local advert isliist und fc.
ill bvaineM act-rivd m . i
tli rough Tfur vflOrti and tiiirs
pun of Tuur time tXP9OTJ
IV.Ki tI f lUO.isu wkly. Hi .sin.net'.
onlT contu!'-r-d. Two ttnwse etb
t:- au-J OOSttW ntlally.
GASOLINE PR0DUCIN6 CORPORiT'
60 Broad St. Ka Yor
"And why are you In prlsi
"I'm the victim of unbelief
"Yes, ma'am, i couldn't
I the Jury that 1 wus telling the
-HOST PROOF CABBAGE 1
lull jnnn na Oharlfiton Wsfcatti'ia. f
J Fist Dntch. wuforlt.ai' I,ejofurSJ.Oi):.
.. u ar;iostpi(i36epiria. aii.
C POTATO PLANTS-lLBJls.l b .
wall ana Porto Rico. WO to 6,000 alk.
SPRING WORK WITH THE BEES
PERMITTING RAM WITH EWES
Net Advisable to Let Him Run With
Flock Longer Than Six Weeke
to Prevent Accidents.
Never let the ram run with the ewes
nny longer than six weeks, for he will
butt them around nnd cause them to
lose their lambs.
They will mostly all get with lamb
sooner than this, but It is best to keep
him in long enough to be sure.
It Is Duty of Beekeeper to Get Plenty
of Bees in Time for Honey Flow
The duty of the beekeeper In the
spring is to get plenty of bees In time
for the honey tlow. If this Is not
done his work is u failure. The popu
lation of the colony Is reduced during
the winter, especially where winter
ing conditions are not the best, and
this must be corrected If the colony
Is to get the full honey crop. It Is
pool- heekeeplng to have weak col
onies at the beginning of the honey
tlow from which the surplus crop Is
REMEDY FOR FROZEN COMBS
Thaw It Out With Pub Briskly
With Alcohol antLte- on Ap
When a fowl freezes It; comb, if the
comb Is still full of frost, thaw It out
with snow, rub It briskly wth alcohol
and luter upply vuseline. lithe comb
has thawed out when discovered "PP'y
curbolnted vnseline or even oi"uury
vuseline twice u duy.
"That young fellow is
"Yes, he has lots of go '
.i u f r k h.n tVkm&in nla.nts SO u.
... ai as- atff and PnMt Blanta 600 lor SI 00:
lor hju: . no nLBMfULKjljn
Pun i paid. 40c par ISO.
Sweeter the tlod whistle the
Wabar Xaap. Anw Co. . 1
the Intone chatter ol
The growing pi
i ho sun.
ts tace r.o
Vaccinate for Blackleg.
If blackleg ls bad In nny community
It Is well to vaccinate young cattle
twice a year until they arc past two
years old. Animals dying from the
disease should be completely burned
or deeply buried and the premises
Lupines Cause Less.
Common lupines of the western
range country may cause serious losses
to sheep through poisoning unless the
flocks are carefully managed. Horses
and cattle are not stolons!." affected.
SET PLANTS IN OPEN GROUND
Harden Them Off by Gradually Reduc
ing Water and Civlng More Air
Ripens Up Wood.
Harden off nil plants before setting
from the house or hotbed to the open
ground. This Is done by gradually re
ducing the amount of water and giving
more nl'r. It causes the plai t to partly
ripen up its wood, nnd It Is thus bet
ter nble to stand the change to climatic
conditions outside. Plaits properly
"hnrdesed off" have dull purplish
celor and Ann wood
LOOK FOR RUNNING N0SL1
Colds Usually Caused by Poor Ventila
I tion, Overcrowding and Drafts
Good Cure Given.
On your chickens have running
1 noses? Look at the flock as they eut
1 mid note whether the nostrils ore
Clogged with dirt or show a slimy
' ooze. If tiiey do, und if the under Ude
of the wing is soiled, you may know
that the birds have taken a slight cold,
and conditions need changing.
Sometimes these colds come from
poor ventilation; sometimes from over
crowding aud piling up; sometimes
from drafts. Whatever Is the cause,
these runuing noses must be cleaned
up nnu the cause removed, or mere
Will be constant trouble with mupj
and roupy colds. ,J
(Jet a dime's worth of permpmganate
of potash crystals aud nlsatWlTn In a
pint of boiled water for ui stock sola
tion, using enough each Iuy to color
ull the drinking water, a wee tint.
Wm TrllTP .W.aoe jtCoUon.Wusa-
ni I Ball W aal raiaraaoaa. Bw rsejdss.
930 Buys Deed to Land
Sulphur WalU that sboaia par tou 1100 tot ttUt m
lars freo. C. u. Vv AL'ivN. Ha tas, Sk Louts, staJ
if j our r way nas c.roupv
Joplin Mothers Can Advise Yftt
They Recomm. nd the "Outaide" Appli
cation of Vap-O-Rub Inatead of
Harmful Internal Doaing.
Intelligent mothers everywhere real
ise that little children should be dosed
sparingly, and yell some treetment for
cold troubles is necessary. Jiiplln, Mo.,
mothers have soifved this problem by
the use of Vap-O-Kub. Tills is the
"external" Sou thern treatmb"
luced here Vast Wfttfctj
night ov.r lue throat
heat Ctl the body relea;
cnis- in the form of va
uue medication is lnhi
breath through the a
the lungs. Vap-O-Rub
relief than internal met
be used freely with pt
the smallest child.
Mrs. Mabel Hawkins,
juynn, writes "My dr
a My . viek'a Vun-O-Ruh
my bauy girIi eleven months oW,
a severe coj,j A waB threatened Vlth
pneunic,nia. I applied Vap-O-Rub oa
her thro-t and cne8t weUi and COVeTed
with a wi,rm flannel cloth, and it
worked like, magiC. i have four small
children ar, now lt ey get oroupv
the evening j rub them with
Vap-O Rufgalve and that is -
is neces iarv h
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