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CALOMEL MAKES YO1
Straighten Up! Don't- Lose a D4
Liver and Bowels With,1
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, break
ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
* tomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guaranteo-Go to any
Irug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
3ottlo of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
6 spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
1LL INQUIRIES NOT ALIKE
)hiladelphia Lawyer illustrated "Lead
ing Questions" in Court With Dip.
lomatic Kiss Story.
The late John G. Johnson, a Phila
-'elphia lawyer, was once explaining
n a jury the nature and the unfair
tess of "leading" or guiding quistions.
te illustrated his explanation with an
"A young chapr and a pretty girl," he
. id, "sat on it secluded bench at
emon 11111. The girl turned to him
ad said earnestly:
"'You ask me for a kiss. There is
language in kisses. A kiss on the
imid denotes chivalrous respect. On
te forehead it denotes a firm and
' .ithful friendship. On the lips-'
b ir color rose and she drew a long
'eath-'a kiss on the lips denotes all
tngs. Kiss me, then, once. Ex
less in one kiss your feeling toward
"'rTe bashful youth pondered.
"'I don't want to lose her,' he said
himself. 'Where is it best to kiss
t r? Hand, forehead or lips?'
"A mellow whistle Interrupted him.
e looked at the girl. Her red mouth
is puckered up in the form of a rose
d ; she had pulled down her hat
as to hide her forehead completely,
d both hands were thrust up to the
:ists in her pockets."
The Era of Censorship.
'A little learning is a dangerous
ng," exclaimed the man who quotes.
'Posslylt," replied Senator Sorghum.
great deal just now depends on how
I got your infornmtion and what
1 intend to do with it."
'Who painted Brown's house?"
T think he said it was done by Fit-z
A torpid liver condition prevents proper
) d assimnilation. Tone up your liver with
arighes Indian Vegetable Pil. They not
- ntly and surely. Adv.
Thme chaiii whlo steals a woman's
irse is apt to get a lot of tr-ash.
~ WAS ALL RUN DOWN
Faulty Kidneys Caused Acute Suf
Since Using Doan's,
Mrs. Har-ry A. Lyon, 5 St. WVillim
St., S. Boston, Mass., says: "Doan's.
Tidney Pilla have surely done mc
~ onder-ful good. About twoi months
r 'zior to the b)1irt of my babtiy, I had.
wo convulsions and was taken to a
hospital. Doctors said
li'e. convulsions were~
hue to my kidneys not
s orking properly.
"I had swelling of
he feet and ankles e
so that I had to wear.
arge - sized slipp)ers.
fy back ached in- --
tensely, I was ner-v. MRS. LYON.
us and unable to sleep. I also suf
~ered fr-om awful headaches and felt
weak, tired, languid, and r~un down.
"After I came home a friend sug
rested that I try Doan's Kidney
'ills, and I got sonme. I soon noticed
u nprovement ; my bafck became
~tronger and I felt better in ever-y
wa"y. I kept on taking Doan's and
'as cmred. They are surely reiable."
Mrs. Lyon gave the above state
tent in May, 1915, and on March
12, 1017, she said :
S"My cure has lasted1. I take Doan's
"PeensIonally, howev'er, as a 5treng.t h-~
-anir for my kcidneys."
Cot Doan's at Any Store, 60e a Box
D OOAN' S R IDN ItY
VOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO/N. Y.
"I OU OWNA LIT TLE FIELD
FOR THE LANiDS SAKE,
DRAIN IT WEttTO MAKE liYIEL :
Early Jeraey and Charleatonu Wakefld Bucces
a ton and Flat Dutch. Batisifact ion Guaranteed.
6 it , d-.-i 1 tl.Dliverd
.reel Foot 10 5; 1,000, 1.75.
-. P. JAMISON SUMMEiVILLE, S. C.
NT rIost Proo, riesthn
URY AND SALI.VATES
ky's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
'Dodson's Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to .the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be.
cause it is real liver medicine; entire.
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your slug.
gish liver .to work and clean your bow
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a hottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep your entire family feel
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe
and they like its pleasant taste.-Adv.
Taken in Bales.
"Few people are in business for
"The pawnbrokers sewn altruistic,
however. I'm sure they can never get
rid of all those guitars and revolvers
they so graciously loan mioney on."
We offer $1QU. for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HAILUS
HALL'S CATARRII MEDICINE is tak
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Sold by druggists for over forty years.
Price 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Elihu Root, on his return from Rus
sla, said at a dinner in New York:
"Germany, while I was abroad, tried
very hard for a separate peace. She
soon gave up, however, disgustedly de
claring that the allies were more in
clined for separate pieces."
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 6o cents.
In Better Standing.
"You citizens of W1asllington, I). C.,
can't vote I" remlarlked the visitor.
"No. And at tIat we're entitled to
more credit than Ilulerous residents
of other cities who could vote if they
chose, but who prefer not to interfere
with political hosses."-aVnslhingtpn
59 YEARS OLD,
HALE AND HARDY
And Praises Cardui, Which She
Says Pulled Her Through a
Most Dangerous Period.
Mercer, Ky.---"Ahout 15 years ago,"
writes Mrs. W. T. Unll, of this p)lace,
"I blegan suffering with change of life,
antd was suffering very much. . . I
began taking Cardul after having suf
fered for 3 years, and I was dread
fully nervous. Hardly felt likec doing
miy work. Couldn't sleep well at nights.
I lowever, after several doses of Cardul
I saw an improvement anti in a few
(ays I could do my work wvith ease
and in two weeks I was able to walk
six miles and wvent to the street fair
at Central City and enjoyed myself.
A fter using two bottles. I got my~
natural health and strength and it
lUled me through that most danger
ous of p)eriods in a womnan's life with
no trouble or suffering.
I am now hale anld hearty, and was
50i yearts old the 11th of this month.
I will never cease praising ('ardul,
which did( me so -much good. It also
savedi my daughter's life wvhen she had
such a dlreadful spell.
Over -40 yearls in use, Cardui has
prov('n its ellicacy as "uhe woman's
iOniC.'" 'I' yoU are weak, and run
do wni, iand suffIer' fromi symp to~ms of
roubhlesx peculir to womnein, give
'arduli a tria!.--Av.
O)rvlb.'igh~iiit 'snid ait nm Dayton dlin
'"Tihe warii hins dlevellled tyim~ enor~i
i!otor firndls are lo~dy.
"Wha~,iit unun- im shlo~ i\ ue i -zir lo th airi
All things coideredP~, woun'tiii' ii)
best name' hei sitymi iaml?"
Frnom One Who Has Tried.
"W~hat is tihe dlistinctionl bm~ete in:
''Takes (ine( to sellt ilie at her."
The 11mderw dog is enuiled tcol littleii
sympa)ithy if he starts the fight.
When Your Eyes Need Care
No Smairtig-Jut Wrye Cofor. 60e cents ato
sta m i W C. I!A
_-TOBACCO WILT IS DE
Z'4V A A
Tobacco Growing After Corn, Creedmoor
Corn for Five Years, 1911 to 1915, h
Winter Crop-Less Than 3 Per Cei
27, 1916, but It Should Be Noted The
er in Size Than That After Grass a
Tobaeco Vilt, whilh has proved to tr
be a destructive disease in the flue- (r
eured tohneco district, caul he con- C<
trolled through crop rotations and the so
exclusion of infection frotm drainage, tc
from fertilization a nd from the use of i(
Infected implements. This has been is
brought out by experiments carried on a
by specialists of the department for a -
series of years. th
The disease is exceedingly destrue- it
tive, canusing the plant to die outright do
and frequently resulting in at practlcal
ly complete failure of tlie crop. It hI
aroduces syntptoms in the leaves, the ci
talk, and the roots of the tobacco 111
slant. 'Th, nore proninent features or
ire ia characteristic umubrellalike ti
trooping of the leaves, the presence nii
if a yellowish to black discoloration it
n the woody portion of the static ci
(showing as streaks when the hark is of
tii pted off), the presence of t slimy it
)oze when the stalk is cut across with nI
I kidfe, and a decided denay of the gi
root system. 4lk
The wvilt is eatised by n organism of
wvhich enters the plant through the ii
root and eventually britgs aboutt a
plugging of the vessels, thus cutting
rMff the water supply from the leaves ii
and encasing thea to wilt and perish. hi
t"ertilizers, cultural netholds, weather h
c!ondit ionsand the(1 litke may influence f'
i the extent or progress of the disease, a
and it has been observed that it is i
decidedly inore destructive in relative- I
ly wet se~ats.
Possible Remedies Tried. k
In the tests iade by the department ba
numerous possible remiedies were b
tried, including crop rotation, trent- pa
ment with various alkalis, acids, and c<
ntrail salts, itcluding feiilizer na- 1
terial s and gerildes, tatnd thie use of ga1
phaysiea t reatthment sucha as subsoilling ni
w'itha a lio andi~ dynamtite. None of hi
thtese methoeds other titan crop rotation c
w'ere e'ffective, hioweveir, and It is he- f
ileved thatt whiere the infection Is presC- tI
unt chtief depenidence mtust ihe p~laCcd i
rm1 decreaising Its deCstructive efforts el
by th lasae of i'otationts. Whtere the h1
wilt is not praeset, steps shtould be Iw
taken, of course, to prevent Infection Itl
renachltng the soil. i
In the tes55 ts umde by the dIepartmtenit nt
It wats found thlat by cropping badly ai
infested lantd for five years w-itht carops vi
not aff ece eb y ilt th in' aju ry " the fa
tobaceco froma thie diseaise wais r, .- '((
fr'omt 80 to less thtan 10 per centt. ht
Thte (rolps tested'4 whalht gave satis- h
factory results for the pratctienl con-. p
DESIRAB[LE FEED FOR LAMBS
Cheaper Gains Made on Corn or Kafir
With Silage and Alfalfa Than on aI
Corn and Alfalfa. t
Lambs makl~e ltenopear gainis wh'len fed
eorn or' katir withI slinage and itlfalfn
thani on corna nnid iifofaa alone. 'iThrem
ratlions arie desirnhtle for feedin at
huaaths: IFirst, ('orni. nifalatin. silatge, and (1
cot tnseed aena ; 5ecod~a~, katfly, al. h
inlian, slilage, atd cottonseed meal
hirdl. coarn or k tilh'. nilfa'lfn., and ('(t -
L~ abs feel ('orni naftto fan md "otton-.
seral m1eal will make slighaatly greoler',
fit kni (hr, silage.'i -aafaf. atnd ('(t' ln
R ;it uite ano "lortgage.
No al vu wviil a saw rah:s aa litterma of
1o aa ma'rIa.ga'e at tha somtea
.:. .'.lngersa and Piates.
ni~annger':s as ell as ('lein phianes.
A niewi Nafety sitchl for electria'lu
rp'oses IS entirmely inclohsed anad i';
aailminteda lay mleanas of a er'anak han
(lie wivbihl Iprotruldes fr'omi the ease.
A IporinhnI stainill, designed andl I
built by a Brookild, Mo., 'onte'octoa', SI
fneillIt(ates oper'aiti n by goig to the
To hteli) ipersons with lipaired' eye-- .'
sightt t~o thrieatd. needles an iventtoa' a
htas patteitd a miagnifying glaiss to be 04
fatstened to ttelttOra. n
-aa vau m
N. C.-This Plat W; " Cropped to
clusive, With Crimston Clover as a
t of the Plants Showed Wilt on July
t the Tobacco Is Decidedly Small
o1 of thie will :11. , ,. . "lu-ni, rye
s at rover (1ropt) . w eet potatoes,
wtpens. gratsse,. r1.d el"\.- r. :Ind crim
nl clover. T1here" i'- a ' " evidence
niding to show that ("14tton als;o 19
t affected by tohnetro , .it. ;ntd there
no reason for msupuin_ that oats
Ragweed, whieh Is vern commnnon In
e flue-cured distriot :l1' Is attncked;
Is Important that th .." dt he kept
It appears from thet t)". that on
idly. Infested land th" ,~rl1wing of
ops not attncked by willt for fotir or
'e years will give bette-r resuhlis than1
Ily" three years of such rpin.The
ree-year; period grea:tly red i e--' the
Inount1 of wilt. hown1-- "r It is he
'red that on badcly in1f..m.. soils it
op of tobaeen shoid 11-1 h1" crown
tener fltimn onlce ill 1"'-r1"- li-" \ years.
It after the disense.I,, l t o-en br11tight
;tler control tobneen InW imay ht.
own safery every foulrth II 'or. U~n
r no circlumsiannee sh1ul 1w e~~c rap'
tobneenct he grow\n In 'Zu-r shm o n
Prevent Spread of Disease
A1lthoug;.h the rotatlion of erops
tikes it poissile to grow toh~neen <ml
nid Infested wit w I I lt I. Itose Inrms
the wilt nrena that ar~e stIin fret
'omn the tlsense enoilan nnt t((l consher
blo pr1einintn1. hieenulse a l: tnr e lvce
go of tobaceco can In' grown1 tin the0m
is clently to thle interest o~f th<l
wner to uis- ('very potssible' mea1ns 0
peeing his firm) free from the to
ricco wilt. Th'1orough. hturning of to
leen seed beds wtill destroy the will
trasili, hull thel seedt hedl may he
me reinfested if diseased coil from
in ttls isalo e tor mh fu
'd swl steflb.ns n e
iteifetdb sufe dan7
ein inf ste fild . T is xplin
aNnr Cf Thsat mW he Cioppced to
t-feted Platisoe lte o rJuly
rinledthr. ad. o h
>ov ofason ho hneriiri -er n ye
nedg to av~oi iiet Itit i fils fr
om ifetation tlanrts~'.ii i b t ti er ro
'd (fhrswhet myh ifstd.
fladoen(1 infested I phmTV mn n
Cit meno distablof isn thekewil
19Iimembr it hat it ao '''i heo kstrn
Itnpe hldth fron tinthtmonh.
d(1' whereti i nprovemit' Lt\ilg ofin
erp s nurt ttokr be 'uble' fryou. o
'e necomeIt F rom Drft Mi r aites.Ibi
\\'he dbraf mre rudfor farm ii ~i. h
teh ye*nr maes t~i he iot of horse. inhorti
tVOchh thaon when1 te work' sis aon
r oien t hn in il ing,' and fuey 'S.
itehfthr ue foriiti te:~ ma h s
'(ei differenc in ftiiim betweenir ITie
fo t he stil.i rlfee t 0
PrvetSped of bDisreias n
hettiil tho Pa! tiiff.t~)'
hie eIuatorin21 i en1 whre stimfP'
tae squalbit~, alt(rnatie, ay known! " at
.lg hs the 'ln fives friualies tO
C-t St'e. ionth ihmahi ma'srkst the ivir
-riliety oft the handr nued ii an ute
cre int'e! o f tla oto' l fotu
lt'i'th~l or weakt. 'of' Ihuneer. mi
Iniith('~ is lntu vity rlita i'i,'t liii -e
'ii.al ls t ioeal (ppra.xi lsottl y ho-n~
e fitha 1 0 u.' einu litsin s lt e fit llte
ntvs dy fI thililtr hnuld o the s
t ' ,tlt
Send Over Some
Keep Your soldier or
sailor bry suppUledI
Give bin, t ~ d
refreshni n er
tection against thirst.
the help to appetite
and digestion afforded
7 1 by Wrigley's.
It's an outstanding
feature of the war
"All the British Army
is chewing it."
AFTER EVERY MEAL
1 TMaPERtFECT GUM
Even With the Barber. The Particular Landlord.
"Don't yioi enre for 1any2 piosctrI "I sliderstalid the pollce backed the
today?" asked thin postal cl-rk : i Irimtro wagon up to an apart ment hous
ha~tmleil 11ti mn th sin ii o hall in your neighborhood and took out a
reqjuesteel. hunch of disorderly Ienan1ts."
"Not tottlay," snui/ the1 manll. "'Yes. (:reat world, isn't it't 'The
"Or sums stallipe nvelops't \V' man who owns the plie wouin't
have 5(11ne n*ewt onl.'s." rent an apatiien to anyonel who had
"No, thank you." 'hiId rei."
"Would you like i moin-y oirtier?"
"No." A Question.
"Or perhaps you would like to open "Anyhow, poverty is nn rlai('.'
n post:Il sit viigs necolmt?" "A 1 hat's n good thing, Where
But t he 1ii111 had tled. I would It poor folks gel 'or IiiiictI
"Who wazs 1101 ha llow, and why dhd iles froth?'
3y0u atsk hun t all t hose questions4'.?"
as5ked aI iilloiw elerk.
'"T'hat ," said thle other clerk, "'Is
miy hitrher. For yerV weih'a
shaved te hie hits hothieredl me with
recommei(ndaiItis oIf mlaIssage~., sham l
Poos, halrcuts and114 hilr oniles. 1 ami
(bvenj with htim no0w."
RED. FACES AND RED HANDS ~ ~ a: ac' ia
Soothed and Healed by Cuticura--Sam- 5cn otecotist~ 1
ha"As i that's hegood thint.lathrr
''1 havelaid ii~v t:;:imWhenlyleutbua
Elqunc UsepldeZndi aluL ''e ag
"An hiti~vln ha.pua' ? i hN 35 cent botF nnain twie a
p'oa~l Eai Fr btMal. much, retnen of the1 usua 50ietA bot
(1414tin re eti smear afete partsi'' with irglini rdretf
Cuicr Soi)'liy and hoti' war For theD KS&SJPLE
ofS.CuticuraOpSoalp.oDryidand ruh, Vn
Freeyamplyeamhny ail it hr Vook.
Adrm oser.Cllua e t wiL, ~n i. WV lak~rg.1iamnI
It is tiii~itieTrili1forrheumatism11'neuraligia,
Wh tcon ti atcopnMcuaanus
It flelifO a niseal)I lt)1(111011of 1 wt a ll tde al rtsrc of c e a
Bostou. Slidsji everwheilre.-A d Gisodr LER BC()S. & Ci~~~i Haimorecd
"onIm av ld Du. rToi'nIS lVet atL ntermlyan inl~camsr
theCC fet f my allounrty."onryfr7 C1 a c iLO n e i(Wi e
"And thlen wt a ppegstnd ed?" serwic
"Soinehodysa Sold'forr 47 rd.ars.rebo!
if H N'I" Alo an Fin Gene
~ iI~Itchng k eSegthening Toi
'em and went right aloall