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CALOMEt IS MERCUI
Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Y
Constipated Take "Dodsor
You're bilious! Your liver is slug
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. - It makes you
sick, you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen
tiest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced just take a spoonful
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your
" druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under
my personal money-back guarantee
that each spoonful will clean your
"Sweeter than Chicken.
Made by BAILEY
IFTS FIRE OUT OF HOUSE
Autoist Rescuer Also Saves Dinner
From Blazing Stove in New
A. R. Gerber, a local clothing mer
hant, was the hero at a lire to which
e was called as he was passing
irough Hartford in his automobile on
is way home from Philadelphia.
Vhen a woman ran from her house
nd yelled that her kitchen was on
re Gerber didn't need any second
larm. Slamming on the emergency
rake, he jumped from his machine
efore it was stopped and found the
asoline stove ablaze.
Calmly moving some furniture out
f his way and taking the woman's
inner from the stove so it would not
be ruined, he pulled the blazing stove
right out the back door and landed it
where it could do no further damage
except to itself.--Mount Holly (N. J.)
Dispatch Philadelphia Record.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.-Adv.
"I'll run in with you and get a
"Wait a minute till I lock the dog
The farther the waters of the oceans
et from tll equator the less salt
The General Says:
- . Why send your
'1 te bsoorofigna
- the ighestand isrctmosa t rieaonable.
GenralRoofing g opn
i ord'suarat in wriin r yers or oopg
New the responsibiliCty of nur bigoiilrs
tand' brand eti guarantee.itualityd iy
The geTandu its p aity, o-the os easnbe
Geerl Profuercasingg andmpx
qiors it;owder~i~aurr of veooy inss
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Stoldl bycin ati daals.Ct inaoi
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pWpe lsfo dihs lass finghng.
Ice Gand Caa5. au nd reqest
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Write for Fr
NG SALIVATING DRUG
our Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels
i's Liver Tone."-It's Fine!
sluggish liver better than a dose of
nasty calomel and that it won't make
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn.
ing because you will wake up feeling
fine, your liver will be working, your
headache and dizziness gone, your
stomach will be sweet and your bowels
regular. You will feel like working;
you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Give it to your children!
Millions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous cal.
omel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of calomel is almost
stopped entirely here.
u Know About
E CHEWING TOBACCO
"' Try the Smoke-Mellow as the Moonlight.
BROS.. Inc., WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
What Did She Mean?
The two young ladies had gushed
and "deared" each other until the
other passengers in the train were
heartily sick of it; especially as they
never lost a chance of getting in a
nasty cut at each other.
Just before they parted, Angeline
obliged Emmeline with a stamp for
"Oh, I must give you a penny for
this!" exclaimed Emnimie, as she pre
pared to leave the car.
"Don't bother, dear," cooed Angie;
"give it to me next time I see you."
"But you mayn't see me for a long
time," protested Emmie.
"Oh, well, the loss wouldn't be
great!" cooed Angie, more sweetly
than ever.-Pearson's Weekly.
Oklahoma Lady Says She Visited
Four States Seeking Health, But
Did Not Find It Until She
Henryetta, Okla.-Mrs. Anna Hile
man, of this place, says that she suf
fered for 8 years with headache, back
ache, and other complaints caused
from womanly troubles, and that she
had been to Colorado, Dakota, Mis
souri, and Kansas seeking health and
never found it until she took Cardui.
She says she was given up and was
told that she had cancer -and was con
fined to her bed for three months.
She further says: "We then moved
here and after moving here, the drug
gist here in Henryetta, Okla., told my
husband about Cardul and gave him a
Birthday Almanac, and I read the tes
timonials and began taking it, and
could see after I had taken the second
bottle it was doing me good, and so I
have kept it up. I would not do with
out it in the house. When I feel tired
and nervous after doing a hard day's
work it seems to rest me and make me
Today I am a well woman and I
know that Cardul . . .has cured me
...I can do all my own work and
washing and house cleaning now with
out ever giving out. I have several
friends right here in town who have
been unable to do their work for years
but are now up, since taking a couple
or bottles of Cardui. I weigh 146
pounds, and am always well . .. When
I commenced taking it one year ago,
I only wveighed 100 pound1s."
All druggists sell Cardul, the wom
an's tonic. Tiry it if you needl a rem
edly of this kind. Get a bottle today.
A Natural Consequence.
"I see that Cleveland has one of
those perfect babies now," said Mrs.
Blight. "P~erhaps if I had not been a
perfect baby I would not always be
casting gloom upon my enemies (I
have no friends), my sur'roundhings and
myself today. But when I was a
child, my parents, in thoir hygienic
craze, fedI me only sweet milk, etc.
And now that I have grown up, my
diispositioni craveo the~ sour."
"Do you object to a commission
form of government?"
"Not at all," declared the boss.
"Then I can put several of my men
into offIce, instead of only one."
The coldest inhabited country Is
said to be a province in Siberia. The
average temperature for the entire
year is 2 dlegrees below zero.
)rth'of Land ~
stumps and growU
cleared land. Now
clean up your farrn
ta bring high prices. Blasting is
kpest and easiest with Low Freez..
Explosives. They work in cold
we Handbook of Explosive. No. 69F,
d namew of nearest dealer.
IT POWDER COMPANY
RATION AND ATTENTIl
BDy D. O. TIIOMPSON. Purduo Experi
The average farmer has not learned
the fact that to attain the weight of a
ton at four years a draft colt must
make an average daily gain of about
one and a quarter pound from the
time it is born. Many colts that at
weaning time give promise of develop
ing into good drafters never become
more than 1,300 to 1,500-pound horses,
largely due to the fact that they were
not properly fed. In the management
of the draft colt it is better not to let
the colt follow the mare while she is
at work, but to keel) the colt to a box
stall, making sure that there are no
loose boards or open places in the
walls in which the colt might injure
itself, and it is well to handle the colt
from birth and get it accustomed to
GROWING WINTER OATS
Reduces Feed Bill and Prevents
Washing of the Soil.
Variety Most Commonly Used In
South Is Red Rustproof-Winter
Turf Is Hardy and Valuable
for Pasture oP for Hay.
Every southern farmer should grow
enough oats to feed his work stock
during at least a portion of the year.
In addition to furnishing feed grain
at less cost than it can be purchased,
fall-sown oats prevent the washing of
the soil, by which much fertility is
frequently lost. There is still time
to sow winter oats in the gulf states,
though this work should be done at
once if good resulta are to be ob
tained. According to specialists of
the department, oats sown in the
southern states during October or the
first half of November may be ex
pected to produce at least twice the
yield of grain obtained from spring
Winter grain may be sown on land
which produced a crop of cotton, corn,
or cowpeas the past summer. If this
land has not already been plowved, it
will be better to make the surface
soil fine and loose wvith the dis8k or
drag harrow than to delay seeding by
plowing nowv. Better results are oh
tainedl from sowing with the drill
than from broadcast seeding, though
if a drill is not available sowing the
sceed broad cast on wecll-prepared land
usually results in a good stand,. If
the precedhing crop was well fertilized,
100 to 200 pounds(1 of acidl phosphate
will be all that the oats reqjuire this
fall, though a little nitrate of soda
will help the fall growth, especially .if
the soil is not alreadly well suppliedl
with nitrogen from the growing of
cowpeas or sonme other legume. A
top) dIressing of 50 to 100 pounds of
nit rate of sodla appliedl when growth
starts in the spring will greatly ini
crease the yieldl.
The variety of wvinter oats most
commonly grown in the South is Red
Rustplroof. App~ller, Lawson, H-undlredl
Bushel, lianeroft and Cook are selec
tions or strains of Red Rustproof
wvhich are said to be particularly val
uiable in some localities. The Ful
ghum is a promising new variety
which matures a week or ten
days earlier than the Red Rust
proof, and usually produces as
much or more grain. As the kernels
of all these varieties are large, from
two and one-half to three and one-half
bushels should he sown to the acre.
The smaller quantity is sufficient if
the seed is dlrilledl early on w~ell-pro
paredl land, while three bushels or
more are. neededl when the seed1 is
Sown broadlcast late In the season.
The Winter Turf or Virginia Gray is
a very hardy variety, which is valu
able for pasture or hay production,
but which (does not yield as much
prain in the southern states as the
Red Rustproof. On account of the
small size of thle kernels, only one and
one-half butshels5 of seed( of this va
liety ar~e r'equ iredtt.
Wholesome Food for Hens.
10xperimuents have proven that the
flavor of the eggs is influenced by the
feed sup~pliedi the hens, hence it is of
the utmiost Iiportance to supply the
henat with nothing but wholesome
being handled with the halter. Coax
him along, do not drive.
'Tho following rations have been
found valuable in growing draft colts:
Until weaning time, in addition to
the mare's milk let it have such blue
grass pasture as is available and give
it access to a box containing a mix
ture of oats, three parts; bran, three
parts, rLnd oil meal, one-half part.
After weaning, there is no better place
for the colt than blue grass or clover
pasture, provided it is supplemented
with light grain ration and the colt
given proper attention, and as a rough
feed when the colt is in the barn dry,
sweet alfalfa or clover hay free from
(lust with a limited supply of such
other roughages as corn stover, oat
straw, timothy hay, or perhaps a small
amount of high quality corn silage.
HELP SOLVE ONION PROBLEM
Farmers Frequently inquire as to
Proper Storage of Crop-Provide
Plenty of Air Space.
(By J. 8. KNOX. Arkansas Experiment
"How shall I store my onions so
they will keep during the remainder
of the summer and during the win
The above question is one that is
frequently asked by the farmers of
the country. The following sugges
tions, if carried out, will greatly help
in solving the problem:
Do not allow the onions to remain
in the ground after they are mature,
but dig thcm when from 80 to 90 per
cent of the tops die and fall over.
Three or four rows may be piled to
gether in windrows as they are dug
and allowed to remain in this way un
til the tops are dry, which will re
quire several days, owing to the de
gree of sunshine. It may be neces
sary to turn the onions ov'er at inter
vals of two days until they are thor
oughly dry. Do not allow white onions
to remain in the sun until they turn
As soon as properly cured in the
field, place the onions in bags and
carry to the storage house. The stor
age house should be well ventilated,
especially until the bulbs are thor
oughly dry. If only a few bushels are
to be stored, it is a good idea to
spread them out on the floor of a
building. When rblaced in this way
there is little -lange~r of the bulbs heat
ing or sprouting from moisture. Some
of the regular onirn storage houqs
have a series of shelves one above
the other, in whi<c.h the bulbs are
spreadl out to dry. If you have to
store them in bags leave plenty of air
space between the (different bags and
be0 sure the bulbs are all cured before
placing them in the bags.
TAKE CARE OF FARM MANURE
Every Reasonable Precaution Should
Be Taken to Prevent Loss of
Unless barnyardl and stable manurer
are well eared for, a great part of
their value is lost to the farmer.
Many farmers allow practically all
the liquid manure to go to waste, yet
liquid manure contains more fertilIz
ing value than solid manure, and
every reasonable precaution shouldl
be taken to prevent its loss. The loss
from leaching is large and can b~e pre
vented by the use of gioodl floors and
by keeping the stock well bedded.
9'ermentation is another source of
loss. It cannot be wvholly preventedl,
but can be held( in chock by keeping
the manure moist andl compact.
BUYING BETTER BEEF SIRES
Continued Good Prices for Cattle Will
Result in Greatly Improved
Quality in Our Herds.
Th'le outlook for continued good
prices for stock cattle has hadl the ef
feet of encouraging farmers in the
Southwesb to buy better sires to head
their herds. Recently a farmer i:d(
without question $140 for a Shiotorn
of proved quality. Five years ago he
wVouldl have gone straight up in thu
air had( It been suggested to him Iha
a sire worth $100 wvould pay in n
herd. It is evident that c!oniued')
goo<' prices for cattle wvill resuli i
greatly inllroved alniy in - u l.o,d.
WAS NOT A SEA SERPENi
American Museum Gets Picture oi
Harmless Shark, Mistaken
for a Monster.
Stories of persons having sighted
soa serpents and other monsters o1
the deep reach the officials of the
American Museum of Natural History
frequently, most of them coming in
the form of letters during the sum
mer months, when persons more fa
millar with business offices or their
homes than with the inhabitants of
the sea are attracted to the resorts.
Most of the letters are based on
hearsay evidence, and so it was with
some surprise that )r. F. A. Lucas,
the director of the museum, read in
one of the letters that an actual pIo
tograph of the sea serpent whose ac
tions were described was being for
warded under separate cover. ei
awaited the arrival of the photograph
eagerly. The letter which preeoled it
said that the sea serpent had made
its appearance at the eastern end of
Long island and that it had whipped
and churned the water near the spot
at which it appeared for nearly an
Occasionally its huge tail could be
seen above the wate'r; at other times
two or three sections of its writhing,
dark body could be seen at once. One
of the spectators who had lied to the
shore from a small boat procured a
ko(lak (and snapped the monster as
conclusive evidence that sea serpents
The photograph arrived in the next
day's mail, however, and 1 loeto; Lu.
ens found it to be not a sea serpent
but what is known as a "thrasher'
shark, a species which, it is said, is
more afraid of man thant man is of it
Its name is derived from the mannel
in which it thrashes about in the wa
ter with its huge tail.
IS NOW WELL
Tinggold, La.-Mrs. S. A. Cotter, of
this place, writes: "Will say that I air
perfectly well and the happiest soul or
earth. Wish every pellagra sufferer coul
know of your great remedv. I know hon
to appreciate health and sympathize witl
those that are not so blest as I. An grow
ing stronger, gaining in weight and car
do anything I ever could. Oh, I know 1
am well of that horrible disease, and my
heart is full of rejoicing. I feel that ]
have come out of a dense cloud into the
blessed sunshine. God be praised! Ili
has spared my )ife for some good, and:
feel that I have just begun to live."
There i no longer any doubt that pel
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until i
is too late. It is your duty to consult th
The symptoms-hands red like sunburn
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lipi
throat and tongue a flaming red, wit
much mucus and choking; indigestion an
nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There is hope; get Baughn's big Fre
remedy for Pellagra that has at last bee
found. Address American Compoundin
Co., box 2090, Jasper, Ala., rememberin
book on Pellagra and learn about th
money is refunded in any case where th
remedy fails to cure.-Adv.
"Fogarty has quit the profession
What do you think of that?"
"Fogarty qtuit? You must be at
fected by the heat. Why, lhe's on then
bill this very day. What got that idlet
into your panama?"
"W\ell, I saiw hinm coming out of a
business man's lunch place."
"Father," wviredl the young yachts,
man, ''please adlvan'e melL some monmey,
My boat is enter'ed ini tomorrow's raice
and l'm sure she wi'll wini."
And father reli ed: ''Not with a
time allowvance finom me.
The Kind You IHave Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations
.Experiments that trifle witl
Infants and Chuldren-Exp
What is C
Castoria is a harmless subi
goric, Drops and Soothing
contains neither Opium,l3
substance. Its age is its gt)
and allays Feveshnesa. ]
)ias been in constant use f1
F~ltuiencey, 'Wind Colie, s
Diarrhoea. It regulates
assiila btes thme Food1, giving
TEhe Uildreni's Panacea-T
In Use For 4
The Kind You Ha
TOO ILLTO WORK,
A Weak, Nervous Sufferer
Restored to Health by Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Veg
Kasota, Minn. -- "I am glad to say
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has done
mor.' for me than
anything else, and I
had the best physi
cian here. I was so
weak and nervous
that 1 could not do
" my work and suf
fered with pains low
down in my right
side for a year or
more. I took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and now I feel like a
different person. I believe there is
nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound for weak women and
young girls, and I would be glad if I
could influence anyone to try the medi
cine, for I know it will do all and much
more than it is claimed to do." - Mrs.
CLARA FRANKS, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple
crest Farm, Kasota, Minn.
Women who suffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
be convinced of the ability of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re
store their health by the many genuine
and truthful testimonials we are con
stantly publishing in the newspapers.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegeta..
bie Comupoinidwill hell) you,write
to Lydia EI.PinkhamiMedicineCo.
(con fidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
Contrary to her custom, a Doston
woman strayed far enough from home
to encounter a mile post, on which
she saw inscribed, "1 M. from Boston."
Thinking it a gravestone, she read
softly, "I'm from Hlostor," and then
commented thought fully. "low sim
ple and sufieient."-Lippincott's.
The Norwegian government has eas
tablished at Stavanger a domestic sCi
cnce school to afford a complete
course in housekeeping to young girls.
What to Do for
d Eczema, ringworm and other itch
ing, burning skin eruptions are so eas.
e ily made worse by improper treatment,
, that one has to be
very careful. There
is one method, how.
ever, that you need
not hesitate to use,
even on a baby's ten
der skin-that is, the
resinol .treat ment. ,,
-Resinol is the pre- "
scription of a Balti
more doctor, put up
in the form of resin
ol ointment and resinol soap. This
proved so remarkably successful, that
thousands of other physicians have
prescribed it constantly for 20 years.
Resinol stops itching instantly, and
almnost always heals the eruption
quickly and at little cost. Resinol
ointment and resinol soap can be
bought at any druggist's, and are not
at all expensive.
WANT ED Mii a g g
I uctIon. NATIONAm. SEALTY ALUTION( 0., Lakeland, FIa
Bonght, add which has been
has borne the signature of
tas been made under his per
supervisioni since its infancy.
Sno one to deceive you in this.
and " Just-as-good " are but
L and endanger the health of
erienco against Experhuent,
'titute for Castor Oi1e Pare..
Syrups. It is pleasant. Is
[orphine nomr other Narcotie
arantee. It destroys W"rms
~or rnore than thirty yeairs l6
>r the relief of Constipation*
11i Teething Troubles an4
the Stonmachi and Bowels,
r healthy and natural Slee~
lie Miother's Friend,
)ver 30 Years
wve Always Bought