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I Guarantee "Dodson's LiverTo
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel injures your
I1 you are.bilious, feel lazy, sluggish
and all knocked out, if your bowels
are constipated and your head aches
or stomach is sour, just take a spoon
ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone
instead of using sickening, salivating
calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real
liver medicine. You'll know it next
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver will be work
ing, 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 ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
"Sweeter than Chicken.
Made by BAILEY
Evidently Not Particular.
At a trial in the court of common
pleas in Sandusky, 0., in 1872, sev
eral citizens were subpenaed to tes
tify as to the character and habits of
A-B-, defendant. Among the num
ber was an ex-probate judge of grave
demeanor. The state's attorney asked
this gentleman if he was acquainted
with the defendant, and lie replied,
"Are you sufficiently acquainted
with the defendant to know his gen
"Are they good or bad ?"
"Now, sir, do you, before this court
and jury testify that you are in the
habit of associating with the same
kind of company, as this defendant?"
"Oh, yes; I associate with all grades
of company, from lawyers up."
Vou naturally feel secure when you know
that. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney, liver and bladder remedy, is ab
solutely pure and contains no harmful or
habit producing drugs.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence, prescribed by Dr. Kilmer
many years ago, is maintained in every
bottle of Swamnp-Root.
AlSwamp-Root i scientifically compounded
from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimu
lant and is taken in teaspoonful doses. It
is not recommended for everything. Ac
cording to verified testimony it is nature's
great helper in relieving and overcoming
kidgey, liver and bladder troubles.
If you suffer, don't delay another day.
Got o your nearest druggist now and get
a bottle. All drug stores sell it in two
sizes--fifty cents and one dollar.
However, if you wish first to try this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. WVhen writing be0 sure and
mention this patper.--Adlv.
"Mary," saidl the young lady's fa
te,"do you think your young main
"I iagie s," aidthedaughter.
"espretty good at bringing home
the bonbons no0w."
She-D~o y'ou believe in church lot
He-Well, I was mlarriedl in church.
Thle legal st atus of women in medi(1
c-ine is absolutely as that of men.
Galled , ,
Keepa Him Working
Balsam of Myrrh
A LIN EMEaN
For Galls, Wire
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846. A*SkAYbOtI
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
All Dealers G- -Hanfordsfg- Ca.
TRY THE OLD RELIABLE
For MALARIA "1-ILLSe
A FINB GENERLul STRENGT-HENING TONIC
WANTED tn..g mna d'la
oooiview" of interest, tho moral a nd1 Industrial
turnah o n (ho swl, Laboral terms. Sd for are
fmrnblecopy J.0. Uilot., ~lyr Sping Marla
ne" Will Give You the Best Liver
Had-Don't Lose a Day's Workl
under my personal guarantee that it
will clean your sluggish liver better
than nasty calomel; it won't make you
sick and you can eat anything you
want without being salivated. Your
druggist guarantees that each spoonful
will start your liver, clean your bowels
and straighten you up by morning or
you can have your money back. Chil
dren gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
because it is pleasant tasting and
doesn't gripe or cramp or make them
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege
table. liver medicine takes the place
of dangerous calomel. Buy one bottle
on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
your druggist or storekeeper about me.
u Know About
E CHEWING TOBACCO
I Try the Smoke-Mellow as the Moonlight.
BROS., Inc., WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
GIRL WAS NOT "FIBBING"
Very Good Reason Why Mrs. Adams
Was Unable to Receive Call
of Her Pastor.
Rev. Dr. Smith was acknowledged a
great preacher and he was also a
close student. But he was no pastor
and had a horror of making personal
calls. One day he heard an address
which convinced the dear old man
that by not visiting his parishioners
lie had not perhaps fulfilled his duties
as a spiritual leader. So he determined
to call on each member of his church,
and taking the roster of the church
he decided to do it alphabetically. The
first name was Mrs. Adams, so to Mrs.
Adams' house resolutely went the
faithful pastor next afternoon. But
Mrs. Adams was not at home, said
"Not at home?" echoed the pastor.
"N-n-o, sir," answered the somewhat
But the pastor, not knowing why
she was embarrassed, thought per
haps the girl was "fibbing," so he
"When will Mrs. Adams return?" he
"I really don't know," answered the
"You don't know?" asked the pas
tor. "Have you no idea about when?"
"Well, not exactly, doctor," replied
the maid. "She may return by five
o'clock. You see, she's at the ceme
tery burying her husband."
"I see," said Bilkins, "that a French
scientist has discovered a method for
staving off old age."
"WVell, what of it?" demanded Wil
kins. "There's nothing newv in that
A man can stave off old age by jump
ing off the Eiffel tower, or dr'opping
a lighted match in a powder barrel
while sitting on it, or by rocking the
boat wvhen lie's out on the water, or by
riding over Niagara falls sitting
astride of a log. Those French scien
tists make me tired with their hulla
b~aloo over nothiin g."-Harper's Week
A Rival to Kelly.
"H-ow did( that baseball player ever
get the nickname, 'Culebra?'"
"Because lie slides so."
HARD ON CHILDREN
When Teacher Has Coffee Habit.
"Best is best, and best will ever
live." When a pci-son feels this way
about Postum they are glad to give
testiniony for tho benefit of others.
A school teacher down in Miss. says:
"I had been a coffee dIrinker since my
chiildhood, and the last few years it
had injur-ed me seriously.
"One cup of coffee taken at break
fast would cause me to become so
nervous that I could scarcely go
through with the day's duties, and this
nervousness was often accompanied
by (deep depression of spirits and heart
"I am a teacher by profession, and
when under the influence of coffee had
to struggle against crossness when in
the school room.
, "Whien talking this over with my
physician, he suggested that I try
Postum, so I purchased a package and
made it carefully according to dlirec
tions; found it eXcellent of flavour,
"In a short time I noticed very grati
tying effects. My nervousness disap
pearedl, I was not irritatedl by my pu
pils, life seemed full, of sunshine, and
my heart troubled me no longer.
"I attribute my change in health and
spirits to Postuim alone."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cereal-the original form
must be well boiled. 15c and 25c pack.
Instant Postum-a soluble powder
dissolves quickly in n cup of hot wa
ter, andi. with cream and "umrr, makes
a dlelicious beverage instantly. 30c
and 50c tins.
Both kinds are equally dlelicious and
cost about the same per cup.
I"There's a Reason" for Postum.
STALLION OUT OF TH
-I:; .~ .> .
(By w. L. BLIZZARD, Department of
Aninal 1Hlusbandry. Oklahoia A. and
M. College. Stillwater.)
Many stallions are at least partially
ruined between seasons. This is due
to improper feeding and care. Some
men starve their stallions after the
breeding season on the theory tnat
they cannot afford to feed liberally
when there is no income. This is cer
tainly a mistake. It does not even re
sult in a saving of feed, as it will cost
more to put the horse back into the
proper condition when the breeding
season opens. It is cheaper to keep
a horse in good flesh all the time
than to allow him to run down during
a part of the year and then by heavy
feeding for a few months bring him
back to the required condition.
Crushed oats and bran with good
hay is hard to beat. Ground corn or
kafir, together with plenty of bran
and oilmeal also makes a splendid
ration. Horses that are overfed on
corn or kafir are never sure foal-get
ters. Bran is always a valuable sup
plement to any grain ration. It re
laxes the system generally, corrects or
prevents digestive disorders, and at
the same time furnishes an abundance
of bone and tissue-building material.
Soft, warm bran mashes once or twice
a week will serve to keep the bowels
in good condition, and a little epsom
salts may be added. Roots should be
used in some form during the fall and
winter seasons. They certainly help
to keep the stallion- in good condition
and to keep his digestive tract in a
good, healthy condition. In the spring
a few pounds of grass or other green
feed may take their place.
Conditioning a stallion is not lay
ing on flesh, but it is getting him in
good health, improving his muscles
and putting plenty of vigor and vi
tality into him.
The amount of grain that should be
PRODUCT OF THE DAIRY COW
infection of Milk Comes From Body
of Animal-Concrete Floor la Most
Sanitary for Barn.
(Prepared by Dairy Division of Clemson
The Babcock test was first an
nounced to the world in 1890.
The gr-eatest source of infection in~
milk comes from the body of the ani
mal andl the air of the stable.
Anything that will make it easier to
clean the stable will aid in the pro
dluctionl of pur1e milk.
TIhe concrete floor is b~y long odds
the most sanitary for a dair-y barn and
should he used wherever possible0.
in building a dair-y barn, rp~member
thait 0one is pr-ovidling a lace where
human food is to be produced.
Early breceding stunts growth.
Hleifers shouldl be bredl to drop their
calves when ab~out two years old or
As a rule, it is dlesir-able to have
cows go dIry at least a month before
calving. This has a beneficial effect
on tihe enlf.
Dehor-ning is a goodl practice. it
makes cows quiet and docile and saves
them much pain that may be inflicted
when horns are retained.
D~airy cows have little spare flesh to
protect them from the cold. Comfort
able housing in winter is, therefore,
The liquid manure of a cow is much
more valuable than the solid. It can
be savedl by having watertight floor
ing andl clean straw bedding.
MANNER OF SEALING A SILO
Where Silage Is to Stand for Some
Time Before Feeding Covering
of Some Kind Is Made.
(Dy J. Ci. WVATMON, Missouri College of
There is always some loss on the
top of the silage uniless feeding is be
gun as soon as the silo is filled. WVhere
the silage is to stand for some time b)e
fore feeding it is customary to run in
three or four loads of cornistalks from
which the cars have been removed.
This material is packedi thoroughly;
then a liberal supply of water is
adldedl, which will help to seal the silo,
and only a very small amount of
waste will result. Some farmers use
oat strawv as a covering; others soak
the top of the silago with water and
sow oats, which. when they gerni
nate, form a dlense mass, which shuts
out the air and1( keeps the silage from
E BREEDING SEASON
ilng Belgian Stallion.
fed horses will vary so much in their
requirements that it is difilcult to
name any definite quantity which a
horse should have as his daily ration.
It should be regulated by the man
feeding the horse, and should be gov
-erned by the capacity and needs of
the horse. A stallion should not be
given more than he will clean up with
in half an hour after feeding. Always
leave him a little hungry. Do not over
feed on hay, as it is not necessary to
crowd the horse full of hay all the
time. Do not stuff his manger full of
hay once or twice a day and allow him
to eat till he cleans it up. That is
a poor way to feed hay. Chopped hay.
mixed with the grain, increases the of
fluiency of the ration. The horse
should be supplied with plenty of good,
fresh. clean water. During the hot
weather the horse should be watered
quite frequently. Overfeeding and lit
tle or no exercise tends to cause swol
lei legs, scratches, grease; a wet
stall causes thrush and canker.
When you have done your part so
far as feeding is concerned, remem
her that the horse needs exercise.
If you have a paddock in which he can
run, so much the better. If there is
no other way to furnish exercise, the
horse should be walked. lie must
have 'exercise if you expect results
from him. A horse that is confined is
not a very sure foal-getter. The very
best exercise for a stallion is to work
him daily at some light work. If ev
ery ' stallion received a moderate
amount of exercise, the number of
foals would increase from 16 to 20
per cent. Keep him in a well lighted
stable, and don't have him alone away
from the other horses.
Another thing some people forget is
grooming. Frequent and thorough
grooming is very essential to ieep the
stallion comfortable and the skin in
good, healthy condition.
HOGS IN HEALTHY CONDITION
Mixture Given for Keeping Animals
Free From Intestinal Worms and
Supplying Mineral Matter,
(Bly DTn. W. II. DALRlYMPL1r, Profess~or
o Veterinary Science, Louisiana State
The following mixture should be
placed in every hog lot as it will help
to keep the hogs free from intestinal
worms and1 other parasites as wvell as
supplly mineral matter needed for the
building of hones andl other tissues:
One hushel of wvood ashes.
Six bushels of corn eel) charcoal.
Three bushels of common charcoal.
Eight pounds of common salt.
Two quarts of air-slaked lime.
Fifty poundls of raw rock phosphate.
After these ingredlienlts are thorough.
ly mixed and br-oken up, 1 % p~ounds of
copperas, dlissolved in wvater, should
b~e sprayed over the mass and' thor
oughly mixed with it. Any quantity
may be prepared by following the pro
portions given. It is fed by being
placetd in troughs, protectedl from the
DORMANT PRUNING OF TREES
Most Fruit Growers Will Trim Off
Sprouts Whenever Seen Regard
less of the Season.
(fly N. 0. ROO'PTI. Okiahorna A. and Mi.
Fruit trees, andl, in fact, all trees,
should be pruned during the winter at
the time when the trees are thorough.
ly dormant. Most fruit growers will
trim off sprouts, starting at the foot
of a tree or the trunk whenever the
sp~routs nare seen, regardlless of the sea
sonl. Where branches of any size are
to b~e removed the wvork should be
don. (luring the winter.
lif case the trees arec tender, such as
lpeach or apricot trees, the pruning
should ho (lone 1rl the latter par-t of
the winter, after all dlanger of freezing
It is a mistake to prune cherry trees
except to keep1 spr-outs away from the
foot of the tree and from growving on
the trunk. The only pruning that
cherries should ever receive is that
giveni at the time of setting.
Kerosene emulsion is made up as
follows: Stock solutior' One gallon
soft water, one-half pound soap, two
gallons kerosene. Thoroughly dissolve
soap in b)oiling water andl add kero
senel and1( churn violently. Dilute with
flyve parts of water,
SERENADERS IN HARD LOCK
Princeton Students Meant Well tbut
Evidently It Was Not Their!
Night to Make a "Hit.1
One night not long ago four Prince
ton boys went gayly forth to serenade
two belles of the town. Arrived at
the house of the fair ones, they took
their stand under the correct window,
as they thought, and for some time
made the night more or less melodi
They were just preparing to leave
when a door opened and the jolly old
father of the girls appeared. Had it
been light they might possibly have
seen a twinkle in his eye.
"Boys," said ho "we are much
obliged. That is, I am much obliged,
for I happen to be alone tonight. I
am sorry to say that the family's in
Now York, but. I thank you for coming.
Maybe if you come again you'll have
better luck. But in the nanie of old
Princeton, boys, if you do Comne when
the girls aire here, don't plity to the
TOUCHES OF ECZEMA
At Once Relieved by Cuticura Quite
Easily. Trial Free.
The Soap to cleanse and purify, the
Ointment to soothe and heal. Nothing
better than these fragrant super
creamy emollients for all troubles af
fecting the skin, scalp, hair and hands.
They mean a clear skin, clean scalp,
good hair and soft, white hands.
Sample each free by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
What Mamma Said.
Little pitchirs not only have long
cars, but wido iouIths sometimes.
One of these is in l1uffalo, and when
the hell rang the other day, she went
to the door, where she found sonie
"My dear," said one, "will you
please tell your mother that we would
like to see her?"
The child departed silently, and aft
er a while returned, sat down and si
lently watched the callers.
'Well,'' sid one it length, "and
what did mamma say?"
"She said, 'Oh, dear! I don't want
to, but I s'pose I must.'
CURED OF PELLAGRA;
WOMAN IS SO HAPPY
Ratliff, Miss.-lda Creel, of this place,
writes: "I ain enjoying fine health, bet.
ter than I have in years. My weight, is
116; when I began taking your treatment
it was 08. I sure can praise your treat
ment; can eat anything I want and il
don't seem to hurt me."
There is no longer a'ny doubt that pel
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until il
is too late. It is your duty to consult the
The symptois-hands red like sunburn
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips
throat and tongue a flaming red, witl
much mucus and clhoking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There is hope; get Baughn's big Fre<
book en Pellagra and learn about th<n
remedy for Peilagra that has at last beer
found. Address Amer'ican Compounding
Co., box 2000, ,Jaspe'r, Ala., remnembherinj
money is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to cure.-Adv.
"'I'd like to hang pr'act ical jokei's."
''Thlen I suppose you would (10 it
with a guy r'ope."
lf a man (Ioes wrong lie thinks her
doing right to keep it a s ecr'e.
I Children Cry
The Kind You Hlave Always
inu use for over 30 years
All Counterfeits, Amltatin
Experiments that trifle wit
infants and Children-Exj
What Is C
Castoria is a harmnless suli
gorie, Drops and Soothing
contains neithet' Opitti,J
Substance. Its age is its, g
and allays Feviprislaness,
has been in constant use
- -Fltuleneys Wind Colie,
Diarrhoea. It regulates
assimilates thme Food, givfri
The Children's Panacea-1j
la Use For
The Kind You H
Tells How She Was Saved
by Taking Lydia E. Pink.
Louisville, Ky.-" I think if more sof
fering women would take Lydia E.
ble Compound they
would enjoy better
health. I suffered
a from a female trou
ble, and the doctors
decided I h a d a
and would have to
be operated upon,
,but I refused as I do
not believe in opera
tions. I had fainting spells, bloated,
and could hardly stand the pain in my
left side. My husband insisted that I
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and I am so thankful I did,
for I am now a well woman. I sleep
better, do all my housework and take
long walks. I never fail to praise Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for
my good health. "-Mrs. J. M. RESCF,
1900 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky.
Since we guarantee that all testimo.
nials which we publish are genuine, is it
not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has the
virtue to help these women it will help
any other woman who is suffering in a
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Writo to Lydia E. Pinkham
Mledicic Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter wil be opened,
read and answered by a wdmaa
and held in strict confidence.
Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta.
ble - act surely '
but gently on ATk
the liver. ITTLE
Stop after IVER
dinner dis. PILS.
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICEL
Genuine must bear Signature
An Easy Way to Get
Rid of Ugly Pimples
Bathe your face for several min
utes with resinol soap and hot water,
then apply a little resinol ointment
very gently. Let this
stay on ten minutes,
and wvash off with
resinol soapi and
more hot water, fin-.
ishing with a dash of
cold water to close
the pores. Do this
once or twice a day,
and you will lhe astonished to find how
(juickly the healing resinol medica
tion soothes andl cleanses the pores,.
removeus pimp1les and blackheads, and.
leaves the complexion clear and vel..
Riesinol ointment and resinol soap
stop itching instantly and speedily
heal skin humors, sores, burns, wounds.
and chafing. Sold by all druggists.
W. N. U., C HA RL.OTTE,NO. 43--1918.
Bought, and which has been
has borne the signature et
ias been made under his per.
supervision since its infancy
v no one to deceive you in this.
and " Just-as-good'* are but
Ii and, endanger the health of
merlence against Experiment.
stitute for Castor 0il, Pare.
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horphino nor other Karedtie
larantee. It destros Worm.
F~or more than thirty yers lb
or the relief of .Constipation,
all Teething Troubles and,
the Stomach and Bowels,
g healthy and natural Sleep.
he M~other's Friende
aver 39 Years
ave Always Bought