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Vse Boand Poeitive Relief In11
Tra a wkgests Pie 00
ILLIAMS IFG. 00.. h4ps. Oletelsf, 0.
fearn bhrber tendt.
;Ow eks re Qired.
WANTED Vr'no'as or
ent graduates. lon et ea frbar
Wages whileaning; tee catag; write
RICHMOND BARBER COLLEGE, Richmond, Va.
WA MP. -T not recommened
for everything; but If
Ro 0 Q You have kidney liver
or bladder trouble it
1" und te eed o need.
n y cent and dolar sies.
1,01 r,. av aeeve sam e size bottle of
t -i 111b10,~ rned cn YParcel Post,
also P'rmnwihloL telling about itr
Addirebs Dr. KRlmer & Co., Binghamton,
3U; Y and enclose ten cents, ao men.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 32--1916.
"I bought a building lot in Commu
ter Park yesterday for nine hundred
"Why, I thought they Vere asking
fifteen hundred dollars for those lots."
"They are; but mine was a second
ELIXiR nADlElt WORTH ITS WEIGIT
IN GOLD IN THE PHILIPPrEs.
"I contracted malaria iq 18g, and after a
trs ruitless treatment by a prominent
Vashington physician, your lix r Babek
entirely cured me. On arriving here I came
down with tropical malaria-the worst form
-and sent home for Babek. Again it
proved its value-It is worth its weight in
V4 here." Braele O'Hagan, Troop UP 8th
. S. Cavalry Balayan, Philippi ea
Blxir fabeka5 cents, al druggists or by
Paweels Post, prepaid, from Kloeoewski & Co.,
Washington, D. 0.
"Going to the seashore this sum
"What's the use? A breezy day or
Broadway is just as interesting."
iTCHING, BURNING SCALPS
Crusted With Dandruff Yield Readily
to Cuticura. Trial Free.
Cuticura Soap to cleanse the scalp of
dandruff crustings and scalings, and
Cuticura Ointment to soothe and heal
itchings and irritations. Nothing bet
ter, surer or more economical than
these super-creamy emollients for hair
and scalp troubles of young or old.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
Just a Hint.
Mayor Smith of Utica was urging
a municipal reform.
"It will be best to put through a gen
tle method, by hints and suggestions,"
he said. "Hints and suggestions are
often more eflicacious than heroic
"A man in a nbarber's chair had a big
claw in his watchchain.
"'Bear claw?' said the barber.
"'I suppose you killed it yourself,
"'Was it a big bear?'
"'About as big as a two-year-old
"'My goodness, sir, how many hul
"'I talked hun to death,' said the
inan in the ebuiir significantly."
Two Scotch soldiers who steadied
the men at a critical monment by play
ing mouth organs have been given
medals, which dloes not alter the fact
that the average mouth-organ lamyer
should be shot without the prelimi
nary of a dlrumhead court-mammrtial.
Observe the dise carpenter, i~e
makes every blow count when he hits
Tea and Coffee
These beverages contain
drug elements that hinder
development of both body
and mind, especially in
Nowadays, for their chil
dren, wise parents choose
This delicious table bev..
erages, made of cereals, has
a wonderfully satisfying
flavor-a flavor much like
the higher grades of coffee
(but. without any of cof
fee's harm.) Postum is a
true, pure food-drink that
has helped thousands/ to
BUTTON CLOVER A R
Bur Clover-Taken a
(Prepared by the United States Depart
rnent of Agriculture.)
Button clover is a new pasture plant
which specialists in the United States
department of agriculture ,are now ad
vocating for use in the milder districts
of the Southwest and along the Gulf,
the South Atlantic and the Pacific
coasts. This plant will succeed, it is
said, wherever bur clover does well,
and it is to be preferred to the latter
in certain respects. Under favorable
conditions it produces more seed and
it has no spines on the pod or bur. For
this reason it is particularly desirable
for ranges where sheep are pastured.
The great loss of wool occasioned by
the spiny burs of spotted or toothed
bur clover getting into the fleece is
evidence, says Farmers' Bulletin 730, a
new publication of the department on
this subject, of the value of a species
with a spineless pod.
Button clover is as yet but little
known in most parts of the United
States. In general appearance and
manner of growth It resembles the
toothed or California bur clover and
the spotted or southern bur clover. The
chief difference between It and these
two species lies in the burs. In the case
of button clover these are large and
spineless, while the burs of the others
are comparatively small and spiny. The
button clover pods ripen in early sum
mer and drop from the vines. In their
ripened state they are then available
at any time as food for stock.
For the best results with button
clover, a growving period with no ex
Small Amount of Wheat Was
tremes of temperature is essential.
The plant is not adlapted to sections
with a wiinter temperature below 18
degrees Fahrenheit, and it does not do
well in extreme heat. In the United
States it is believed that it will (10 best
in a narrow strip extending along the
entire length of the Pacifle coast, in
sou thwestern Arizona and southern
Nevada, and along the Gulf and Atlan
tic coasts as far north as South Caro
lina. A fairly well-drained rich loamy
soil is desirable, b~ut the crop can be
grown on almost any soil which con
tains suflclent moisture. Under rather
arid conditions it miakes a fair growth,
but in the dry foothill pastures of Cali
fornia it has (lone no better than the
Common toothed buir clover.
The principal value of the new plant
is for pasturage. In the green state it
is readily eaten by live stock andl, as
has been said, the absence of spines in
the burs 'makes it especially dlesirab~le
on sheep ranges. This fact has been
reCOgnized for some time in Australia.
In districts which p~rodluce an abund
anlce of spiny bur clovers, it has Leen
$$I, that: fleoces often contain as
t Chico, Californ 1,.
much as 25 to 80 per cent burs. This
means lower prices for the wool and
extra freight charges. With button
(lover this trouble is of course eliml
Button clover also makes good hay.
For this purpose it should be cut when
most of the pods are still green but
well developed, and Just before the
leaves begin to fall. If allowed to be
come more mature, many of the pods,
as well as the leaves, are lost in han
uling. A supporting crop of oats or
barley or some,other grain should be
sown with the button clover in order
to facilitate cutting. There are, how
ever, a number of other legume crops
that are more desirnlble for hay pro
duction than button clover, so that its
use for this purpose will no doubt be
very limited. For green manuring the
value of the new plant is about the
same as toothed and spotted bur clo
Button clover can be easily estab
lished in pastures, for nothing more is
necessary than to scatter the seed in
the most favorable places. The work
ing of the soil prior to sowing will per
haps aid in establishing a stand, but
except on good land this will hardly be
profitable. Ordinarily the most profit
able practice is to sow the seed broad
cast and allow it to compete with other
pasture plants. Where the winters are
mild, the clover should be sown in the
fall, and if there are summer rains the
seeding should he done about the first
of September. Early summer seeding
in th? cotton states is not advisable.
lown With the Button Clover.
In California, where dry wveather pre
vails throughout the summer, the seed
may b~e sowvn at any time before the
tall rains begin. In California, also,
und the othuer Pacifie coast states where
bur clover is common, inoculation is
not necessary for the new crop. In
the southern and Gulf coast states,
however, inoculation is recommended
exceput on land that has previously
growvn bur clover. Mixing soil from an
old field of bur clover with button clo
ver seed is one of the easiest methods
of securing inoculation. Only enough
soil to (lust the seed is necessary. An
other methodl is to scatter soil from an
old bur clover field over the area to
b~e seedled immediately before sowinmg.
Sowing seedl in the b~ur also seems to
Insure inoculation. If no suitable soil
is available for the purpose, inocula
tion may be obtained by the use of ar
In comparison with the spottedl and
toothed bur clover, button clover pro
duces a large amount of seed. The
harvesting of it is rather dlifflcult, how
ever, because 'the burs fall from the
vines so easily.
MS LIVER TONE
lace of Dangerous Calomel- It Puts Your Liver To'
king You Sick- Eat Anything-It Can Not
e-Don't Lose a Day's Work!
ound that does a day's work. I want to see a bottle of this wott
calomel and I derful liver medicine in every home here.
to try a bottle Calomel is poison-it's mercury-it attacks the:
up better and bones, often causing. rheumatism. Calonel is dan
ust go back to gerous. It sickens-while my Dodson's Liver
Tone is safe, pleasant and harmless. Eat anyh
i1 of Dodson's thing afterwards, because it can not salivate. Give
h liver to work it to the children because it doesn't upset the stom
iels of the sour ach or shock the liver. Take a spoonful tonight
ich is clogging and wake up feeling fine and ready for a full.
I miserable. day's work.
>f this harmless Get a bottle! Try it! If it doesn't do exactly
ie headache, bil- what I say, tell your dealer to hand your money
aria, sour stom- back. Every druggist and store keeper here knows.
>y a torpid liver me and knows of my wonderful discovery of a.
seating calomel, vegetable medicine that takes ithe place of dangev.
r keep you from ous calomeL-Ady.
and Gained 28 Po a
Mrs. Mettle Spain. of Mario. Okla.. one of the vast pumber of women who have been Saved
Stella-Vitae. says in praisnng this wonderf ul remedy: ' When I began usingt telia-vitae RWeih
but 82 pounds, and could hardly sit up to he welthed. Now I can work all day feel better than Ibavs.
gIves strenhandhat otefml rgnat satnco henrersoe oa
THACH ER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Sold for 47 years. Fr
I Malaria,Chills & Fever.
Also a Fine General
vo0n and s1.00 at el
Couldn't Fool CharlIe.
A gentleman said to live in Brook
line married a second time and his
choice was a wealthy lady about fiftytisltlinienwsrcaedb
years of age. when the bride and
bridegroom returnedl from the wed-NeYo.
ng the husband, introducing his wife o
to his children, said:sodI h is fapryo red
"My dlear children, kiss the lady.
She is the new mamma I promised toabefr.
bring to you." " cae11c mod" i
After taking a steady look at the he "Thodgh sut'ein toands
"new mamma," little Charlie said: thsreownre milios tote tir
"Papa, you have been cheated; she ple an in All ea to at."
isn't new at allE" "yr rearked am nw h
Acommodated Him.,mti hth a ndrn h ii
The old man looked acrofos the table
at his daughter. "That young manre
Smiley called on me tolay, Maria. It t asn't l s Tel
believe you sent him." ow ht s c her by o es
"Yes, papa."(ln onBrngtby"hlae
"Of course, I m iuestione d ims1W con-ill t o
cernting his prospec'ts, antd f'ound himt
to be t a ealctyiedly frank young ia. y tie agil is reced ta
iye said that all he needed was a startCelgesymun man a Rirop of
in life." hoe pinsin heram pr
"What (lid you do, s)o1a Ia?"
The old lmda sm ledi grim ly. descmiling a hapimiln. wf oider
gin ned 1 down at his heav ~y boots. ".1 lai'ir rei'trtiith' 0'(iefc
W Ather 1he o e ref
arind ati. C oThe caHmgfa al Loafdent w atd
delictelyta s tead. V a Saue Ghenuiesm D aied . Riorano
newinaina" lttl Clnfle sid Sthe tie silince a venalerty
Ha ad afr liedDredBeforsoodic he, aidt o Vary .frind
on 1Ibijm. ~uo~ablre fre
$86 t $10 Paysfor oaed TuToRnFugh lanrd i atsns
Minralwatr, o itiarl Muntintheery.Clee wre m llpeions tl t ake her. iio r
atcnL."Itisthebes an te ceapst h l ac e s a nd finll w h adiooeMe , togire tire.'
of . (. "ne t te bht )Wciurtors hoostte that h"-cevli was J' in1drin the~ Cpiil
thee i.nohih ,'h., ii hi prt f heCo,,r "Nioln ,"gic wa th oe s imtii ret oni o
Wn ~~~~~ the APIEa h*Pnm at.xpar~iot addiressedh.. "HezI is tvoelling
pdown along Barnegat bay."-Philadet
i~u,10.,ito15cB~o sS 1.00etEveOry M~tme 'aIL girEAl 15s i ntdue toa
LargestSel~ngWraud s Ueeigib.le F young COMAN, a RhOD VAo.o
hoe pins pinhe eat
New Discovery! Takes P
Work Without Ma
I discovered a vegetable com
the work of dangerous, sickening
want every reader of this paper
and if it ddbsn't straighten you
quicker than salivating calomel j
the store and get your money.
I guarantee- that one spoonf1
Liver Tone will put your sluggis
and clean your thirty feet of -bo\
bile and constipation poison wh
your system and making you fee
.1 guarantee that one spoonful i
liquid liver medicine will relieve ti
iousness, coated tongue, ague, mal
ach or any other distress caused t
as quickly as a dose of vile, nau
besides it will not make you sick o
"I hear you've bought a summer bun
galow. Where is it-on the sea
"Yes; that is to say, it's on shore
at low tide. When the tide is in the
bungalow is off shore."
RELIEVED AT ONCE
Mr. H. J. Lamar, Macon, Ga., writes:
"We used Hancock Sulphur Compound
on our one-year-old baby who was
suffering intensely from prickly heat
and a half dozen applications, in the
course of 2 days, entirely relieved her.
When we first applied it, she was
broken out almost over her entire
body, causing fretfulness and loss of
sleep, but she has not suffered since.
You should recommend the Sulphur
Compound strongly to mothers as
many children suffer so much from
heat. We also used a tablespoonful
in her bath for 3 days and it proved
Hancock Sulphur Compound and
Ointment are sold by all dealers.
Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
more, Md. Write for Booklet.-Ady.
Price of Politeness.
"Politeness costs nothing."
"I don't know about that," replied
Senator Sorghum. "The way one of.
the most unpopular men in my district
insists on giving three cheers for me
is likely to cost me a lot of votes.".
COULD NOT SPEAK
TO HER CHILDREN
"I ha~ve been a great sufferer fronu
asthma since I was thirteen years old,"
says Mrs. M. A. Mooney, 79 iCarroll St.
Nashville, Tenn. "Have b'een so bad many
times that I could not speak to my cli1
dren nor make my wants known to thenm.
I have taken three sinall bottles of Lung.
Vita, which has entirely cured my
asthma." Mrs. Rubie Clark, 315 Oriole
St., Nashville, Tenn., writes: "After hav
ing three doctors to tell me I had tuher
culosis, I,,can gladly say that Lung-Vita
Thesce testimoninls arc taken fronm the
many we have on hand telling what Lung
V ita has (lone in cnses of consumption
asthma, colds, eroup, whooping cough and
grippe. If your dlealer cannot supply you,
order direct. Price $1 .75i. Booklet upon
request. Nashville Medicine Co., Room 8
Steger Building, Nashville, Tenn. Adv.
IHow 1s it the anits always know
where thme picnie is going to be0?
Society has got to he such ain ex
pensive game it brealks a fellow to
To Fortify the System Against
Many users of Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic make it a practice to take this old
standard remedy regularly to fortify the
system against the depressing effect of
summer heat, as those who are strong
withstand the heat of summer better than
those who are weak. Price Soc.
Another Sherlock Holmes.
"I'll het money thamt woman is the
wife of a golf player."
"What makes'you think so?"
"She looks so sad aind lonely."
It Is difllcult for the mani enjoying a
continuous holiday to keel) out of mis
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
in Use for Over 30 e~ars.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"W~e sleep uinder double blankets
every night out where I live."
"It must be dlelightfully cool out
'Cool? Who satid anything about its
being cool? It's hotter than blazes;
but we need the blankets to keep the