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If Swift & Company
Made No Profit
The cattle raiser would receive only
1/8 cent a pound more for his cattle
So small is Swift & Company's
profit on any single transaction
that if it were turned over to the
cattle raisers of the country, they
would receive only 8 cent a
pound more for cattle than they
Swift & Company pays for live cattle
about 90% of the amount received for
dressed meat and by-products. The
remaining 10% pays for packing-house
expense, freight to market, operation
of distributing houses and profit. Swift
& Company's actual figures per head
for 1917 on over two million cattle
were as follows: !,!
From 9% / n'
* This net profit of $1.29 per head
averages V/8 cent a pound live weight.
And out of this small net profit divi
dends must be paid to shareholders.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company, U. S.A.
F RESit- CRiSP-WHOL.ESOME-DELIiCIOUS
* ThE SANITARY I4aTIIoDs APPLIED IN THE
I MAKING 0O THESI BISCUITS fhAKE
STANDARD ef EXCEL LENCE
Do ealer has them. or if not he should.
t k him orwrit, us giving his n~ae.
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tyorstrti novelt. Iti :mbde
n t e e u a h
hdf g n f
kind. ~ ~ ~ iV A ov y ex m l of tis c n
Sometimes we Se a su it o i tiress
which has been Iresetted by its nF esig
er without any ittnlat to depart from
good, accepted stadars (f style In its
construction. rTe charm of such a die
sign lies in other things than original
ity or startling novelty. It is embodliedl
In the h~est use of nil the menaus at
hand to make a perfect g urmet of its
kind. A lovely example of this con
servative and eigant esigning is
shown in the suit of enibroiered her
sey-made for wear in m wrm an r
pictured here. It Is in French gray
with embroidery in white and will
please every dliscernilag wornan.
There is nothing to say of its design
that is not told ly the picture. The
skirt tnd coat ar both cut on the
simplest hues and ti lelislued \itl ita
wide hand of etrumlr ilry. The belt,
of the matieriaml, is ummtro ver t han is
usual In tis seaisoni's stilts and finished
wvitht a small, pirimt how tit the tront
and the fatsteniing of thle (e att at the
Girl 's Jacket-.
One set of ingredlienits that hamve beeni
used with great success for children's
summer frocks includes volle, wansh
sati, colored eumbroidery silks for
fancy stitching, and1( little crochet butt
tons. They have beeni put together in
many ways in frocks ror little girls
from three to eleven or twelve years
oldi. Distribute ai set to each of a half
dozen dlesigners,, or dlesiginug mothers,
and the result will be another half
dozen fetching lIttle dresses, each
wvorked out nleordling to the age of the
little one who is to wecar it and the
fancy of its maker4. A comntee, or Jack
et effect, is likely to make its appear
ance among them.
Anywhere, from the timie she steps
beyond the limit of hahlyho~od uit i she
is ab~out to enter thle thuapper stiige,
conutee diresses are among the prized
p)ossessIOns of the little girl. Here is
one of themt for a little miss of eleven,
madt~e of the before-mentionied set of
ingredients. If any one is able to comn
blne thenm in better proportion, to bet
ter or as gtod effect, le'i her sendt ini
her recipe for the benefit of a witing
multiitmic of imothers.
This little frock is of whit~e voile
with fancy sitching and smocking in
bime. Ishioe wash at in i nuex- forth
' for Summer
bust and waistline is inatunged clever
ly. It is a fornaI suit to i.e developel
in eiher silk or wool jersey wiIh silk
having certain advantages. ''he skirt,
worn with a pretty blouse of
georgette crepe in the sate color,
makes a sentid~ress costurne equal to
any reiuiremnent, in war times, and the
coat will do service with any frock in
place of a hanlsinoe sweater coat. Its
collar is Partly white, in the fashion
of smart new sweaters and sweater
coats, and its color makes it look well
with any frock.
For patriotic reasons many women
will not buy wool. In this suit silk is
not offerel as a substitute for wool,
but as ai inre nppropriate material
for the charneter of the suit. A gay
parasol, made of flowered chiffon, is in
keeping vitht it aind correspondingly
dressy footweatr is providedl for it in
black kid pumps and gray silk stock
iags. No other material would( (10 Just
as well as Jersey for this suit.
Dress of Voile
collar anid cuffs and for the narrow
beOlt, uand I iny white crochet buttons
finlah t hem off. Smiockingg takes enire
of the fullness of the frock at the
front and1( proyi(deS, ait the5 same1 timei,
a decoramtion that outlInes the jacket.
IWeather stitching appears at t he top
of the hem and at the neck and neross
the imiockedl front of t he dlress. The
sleeves are th ree-(Iua0rter length. Ilor
a tiny girl of four to six or seven years
the blue satin may he left out and
voile usedi for helt, collar and( cuffs
outlined with leather stitching in
White isale stockings and low black
slippers are appropriately worn with
this attractive iittle dress. It is dur
able and inexpensive and' ft is not at
all diflicult to make. All these are
:good points ihnt11 wIill recnunlendl it to
IDart:-colored silk swilnters are in
mianuiv mminnee( brIghtened by grouped
trip' of gay and pieasaintly contrast
Trust Me! Try Dod
Read my guarantee! Lii
and get straightened ur
ing calomel. Don't
'There's no reason why a person
shotuhlI take sicening, salivating calo
mIel wthen a few cents buys a large
bait tle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a per
fect substitute for calomel.
It is a pleasant, vegelable liquid
whleh will start your IIver just as
surely as enla nel, bug it doesn't umake
yout sick and1 (a1n not saIlivate.
(hildrea and grown tollks can take
IoIson's Liver 'I'Tone, beceause it is
Calomel 1.. a dangerous drug. It Is
Don't Be I
11. L. Krainer, the mann who origin
ated Calsenarets, has discove'ed a sure,
safe, quick-acting relief for had stolm
aehs. lie named it EATONIC for your
You can eat anything you like now
and digest it in comfort, for stomach
ens(' is positively assured if you cat
an EATONIC tablet regularly after
EATONIC acts directly with the
food the moment it enters the stom
ach. It iilmie(ltately checks any ten
dency toward too much ield and en
ables the food to pass from the stom
ach into the bowel in a sweetened con
dition, and thus prevents the forma
tion of sour distressing guses that ui)
set digestion and cause a bloated, dull,
lumpy feellig that makes your
EATONIC enables you to eat your
He Can't Save Daylight.
".lain1s 1 . I 'erk ints, proprietor of a
1ilewater nill at Ketnehunktort , 11e.,
is onie of tie few uien lit this couln-'
try wh(se hours of' labhor were not af
feti'd bty the new da3yiight-siiving h1in11.
''h" miill. lsent';ied on the \leus~tat river,
is olO'erlted bay the tide. \lheni it is
full. \1r. i'erkils (lss gates tanl cot
flnes the water to a reservoir. As the
hide (ebbls lie lienl th'e gates to ii
hm- the waltIr to ('sc'l' into a sluice
As the tile is aibout tau hour liater
each day. u1. I'l rkinis eares nothing i
I for (locks or IIe sit, or anly other
daylight saving p1an. lie is tfollowing
the tidet' sChedule. as he hats Ior maniuy
Important to Mothers
Examine cnrefully ever'y bottle of
CAS$TOILIA, that famous 01(1 remnedly
for infants and~ chii ldren, and( see tha t it
tin Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Accounting for It.
"Thati youngl1 (Iilicer Seemis very~
ill Ilai lle,'111 ~ly Ii liil~ it 5
mliark; on her1 ( 'brist ma1s1 jlresehlt it's ai
Dr. I'aery's "Ihad shot"' is not n "to
.enae or''(I "I'yruph ut n.( re-al old- fashIoned
dose' of mediccn which cleans out Worms
or Tapl~ewormf with a single dose. Adv.
A igiide \gord1 is 31s se on said a1s na
lIII.e- c h l l'roverih.
NR Today -Keeps
Tro live nnd he healithy, your body
ehanismi must properiy digest your
food, extract all the nourishment from
it and promptly throw oft the waste
that is left. This is accomplished by
the processes of digestion, assimilation~
innd elimination--tho Work of tho
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels,
Tho failuro of any of the vltal or
gans to do its work properly affect8
the action of all tne others. A
forced bowel movement does not
help constipation; it only re
lieves for a few hours the con--E
dltion that constipationx brings
Now if you are used to taking
so-called laxatIve pills, oil, urges
and the like, you know mighty well
you've got to be taking them all the
time. lloreover, if you stick to any
e laxative, you've got to bo increas..
ing the dose all the tIme. That can
do you a lot of harm.
Stop dosing yourself with uinchl things
just long (enough to give Nature's Rem.
edy (NiR Tablets) a tial, and let the
results ahow the dlft'err-nee. NRt Tab
lets are not mere htowel movers, their
rpurposo is to correct the condition that
tnducca constipation and gavo you real,
son's Liver Tone!
Liver and Bowels
en your liver and bowels
without taking sicken
lose a day's worki
itercury and attacks your bones. Take
a lose of nasty calomel today and you
will feel weak, sick and nauseated to
rnorrow. Don't lose a day's work.
Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver
'l'one iisten;l and you will wake hp
feel ina great. No more biliousness,
('oustI pat lion, sluggishness, heatIche,
(':1I('d t ongue or sou' stouach. Your
dIru .gisl says if you don't tinl Dod
son's T1iver Ton' nets better than hor
rible calomel your money is waiting
and Laugh At
fill and laugh at indigestion, (lyspep
slia, heartburn, "sour stomach" and all
tie ot her bugaboos of "the-man-afraid
Kramer says: "EATONIC should he
in every home ready for use after ev
er meal. An EATONIC tablet will
aid you naturally to easily digest
alnd assimilate-your food can be thor
oughly enjoyel without the slightest
dlnge'r of misery from acid stomach.
I strongly advise every one to take EA
TONIC after meals. To correct bad
stomachs and keep them in perfect
condition, it is a most wonderful dis
If EATONIC falls to give you
prompt stomaeh relief, your money
will he refunded ; loc buys a large box
at any dirug store. Or write to Eatonic
ltemnedy Co., 1018 S. Wabash Ave., Chi
engo, U. S. A.
Drawing the Line.
"Anyhow ," .,t1(1 1-'armer C.orntossel,
'"I w 12o take Io'rder's this s tuinr
w\e wonI't hove aIny 11101r1 of thea -sack
('r's '(s aIroundt."
"W\hat do you tuonzn by sIacker
"''irls IlIut swing in h:1uInnmoek.s tin'
read nove'i, tlt Iw they oti l to kult
tine' for soltliers."
Ti-re t mot her :ii l mt otli r-. <1ne
kIllf 10l1';1 1h11' i eiltl' int lieste Street
kI e tIhia Ilie house idy.
'l'lit'rt' is rea'tisoni in all thinag-., l t
not in a1ll Ipt'ilt'.
What Do You Know About
Do You Want to Know the
et F1II lI iollTrdN tyabout
theo Nnw n~oek,
."CATTI.E. BREEDS AND) ORIGIN"
nbtim unl brteeds of catt In on earth.
DR. DAVID HOBERTS' VETERINARY CO. , A 100, WAUICESHA, WiS.
MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR
Was Short and Kinky
Now its Long and Fluffy
NOAH'S HAIR DRESSING
Prie m. I f your deja ler enn't cmupply you Rend
Ito, s. fliue subsIc-t itutes. M inufnetutred by
NOA I! PI'O dUfCT- (ColtP., IClibOND, VA.
W. N. ,U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 21-1918.
To correct constipation,
all organs of digestion
and elimination should be
helped. TDry NR and see
how much better you feel.
the Doctor Away
gentuine, lasiting honeflt to improvoyos
dlifestion atnd asimnilation, give you a
ood hearty appetite, regulate your
Iver and howc Is, tono up kidne ae
tion and givo your poison-clogged body
a good cleaning out.
Nature's Remedy (NRl Tablets) Is nog
hrnrsth; it is mild, enay, leasant in ac.
tion no grpi or' an ever follows
is ue; t tis orughand sure.
By its action on tho digestive
- oginns it promotes assimilation
W Uwhich means extraction of ful
and theroby gives you e*
Strength, energy, beter blo
better appetite. 3y to ng,
stirring your lazy liver, sends
le into tho intestines, improving in.
testinazl dig'estion. Lastly, bygently
encouragihg more vigorous bowel and
kidney actio, Nfl arives poisonous
nm~urities out of and cleans up your,
Tiry Nature's Remedy (Nfl Tablets)
and jut see how much better you fee
in every way. Get a 25c box today
andt take one each night for' a week.
You'll say you never fet better in your
lif. Ni is sold1, guaranteed and
recommended by your druggist.