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Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Don't take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious,
'constipated, headachy, Listen to mel
Calomel saivates I Its mercury. our liver and straighten you up
alomel acts like dynamite on a etter and quicker than nasty calo
luggiah liver, When calomel comes mel and without making you sick,
into contact with sour bile it crashes yotI just go back and get your money.
,to it,causing cramping and nausea. If you take calomel today you'll be
If you feel l >us, headachy, con- sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
Otipated and all nockcd out, just go sides, it may salivate you, while if
o your (ruggi, and get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone yo
.dson's Liver one for a few cents will wake up feeling great, full of
,which ls a hai.iless vegetable sub- ninbition and ready for work or
atitute for dangerous calomel. Take play. It is harmless, pleasant and
a opoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give to children; they like it.
44f *UGo_ l JifucespJ
Not a cure-all, but a ra
tional'remedy for catarrh and
all inflammation and conges
tion of the mucous mem
Catarrh attacks the mucous linings, in any organ,
In any part of the body. It is not, as some imagine,
.confined to the nose and throat, although nasal
catarrh Is the most common form and afflicts many
Unchecked catarrh soon breaks down the tissue and
destroys the organs or part. Evidence of the rav- _
ages of catarrh are all around us. Without desire
to frighten anyone, we say: "Gut f. yourself against 4
catarrh as you would against the direst plagu.
Fortify your system. Take Peruna."
INSPIRING WOltDS FO11 TIl1 SICK FIOM TiIOrSE
A (ool Medicine in tihe PFnmIy.
I had a had case of l.a(;mI.ripje nnd 'oultl g.t no
relief. P'ortii tited III . It is :t flne med ilicine. Wek!
often use it in the famii. - nd 1hat it gooll. I "
MRS8. ('l-iNTitY (;ATESH
East Lake tation, Na lirst Aveitue.
FEEIS LIKIE A DI1ViETlENT PIr.JION.
Peruna ha .s cureld my stomach ait], I f'eel lIke a
difterenlt person. 1 onl' took twelve bIttles of '4
runa anid an eat filnyt ling without distrtsn, noime
thing I have not dlone for fifteen years.
1 recominend I'eruna to everybody suffering with
ttrrl ofS he stonach.
Columbus, (icorgia. J. J. THOMPSON.
FOR ALL FORMS OF CATARRH. WRITE POR THIS BOOK.
Peruna is Indicated for all forms
of catarrh or ca(arrhal inflammation All Mick and sufiring should
and congestion of the muucouis lin- write The Peruna Company, Dept.
ings in any part or organ, such as San2, olumbus, 0hio, for Dr. Hart
nose, throat, bronchial'tubes, lungs, m sHealth E1o. The book is
stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder,
etc. It is fine for coughs, colds and i it l Y vral fir o an as
effects of the grip and an excellent
preventive remedy. resa.
If you want health, insist upon
having DrI-. lartmn's World Fa- IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM.
mous Peruna Tonic. Ask your dealer for a Pruna
Sold Everywhere. Almanac .
The Flavor Lasts
All three kinds sealed
in air-tight, impurity
Proof Packages. Be.
SURE to get WRIGLEYS
TO SUFFRAGE RANKS
South Carolina Senator Makes Speech
In Interest of Suffrage Cause.
Washington, Feb. 5.--Strategy of
opponents of equal suffrage w'as said
to have prevented a record vote in
dosement of the Susan B. Anthony
suffrage constitutlonnit amendment
resolution at a conference tonight of
After more than two hours of de
bate, Senator Jones of New 'Mexico,
proposed indorsement of the constitu
tional amendment nieasure. Twenty
senators voted favorably but all of the
opponents refrained from voting and
Senator Martin, the Democratic lead
er, who presided, declared that the
resolution was not adopted because a
<Iuorumi was not present.
Before the vote on the .Jones pro
posal a n1otion of opl)ionents of the res
oliution to adjourni iwas defeated, 23 to
fter adjournient, Senator Jones,
chairman of the woman suffrage com
mittee, said the conference action left
the matter open for furthur consider
ation and would not affect his plans to
call upl) tha resolution in the senate
"When we came to final action,"
said Senator Jones, "there was not a
majority of .the conferenge present and
therefore no quorum with which to
-act on the resolution. A large nin
jority of those present, however, .were
in fovor of the resolution."
The political expediency of acting on
-tile suffrage amendment was the prin
cipal theme of debate, which was
marked by 'its vehemence. At times
selators ;poke so loudly that their
voices reverberated through the thick
doors of the conference roon and
ecloed tilrough the Corridors.
Advocates or the resolu tion argted
that tihe fortitnes of Ihe Democratic
party 'wouhId be abled by favorable ae
tioll on the equal suffrage <liestioll
and said if it was defeatttl flture 110
litical benefits ,wouhi ihbe rece(ived by
the Republicall 1 ar 1 ty. OpIontIl t ss
were said to h1ave coitelided tha1. po
litical expe1diency shoulid not he a fac
for ill so seriolts a ma1t-ter as am11en(dilg
the con1st Itut loll.
The meeting, the first held by the
Democratic senators during tie :Nvar,
1)rO(0 u11) ill 'a roar of laig-rter over tile
run1g of Senator M\artin o1 tile point
of 1no (ttoruim o tile final vote.
It was announced that on1e 1me01 re
Cruit for tile suffrage resolitiol had
been gained inl Senator l'ollock of
South Carolina who spoke 'iln its su)
F'riends of tile resolitIon sabI pri
vately th'at It would he brouight before
ite senate next Moiday with at least
63 or the 96 votes assured ill its favor.
Tills would he one short of thle re
(juirod two-thirds Nmt advocntes ox -
pressed (confidence that tie 0110 add(i
110io al vott for its adopt(ioll could be
Iilliit.upll Wmni.rts h
-o r ti ent lea itr iroI')1111'i l1-role
P''0 nds. Snys1( odfi'rlii'i V 7 Shar i Wot '
Wash0p~inglto la.R Itailr'ad la-it
(dy "rganized nd Shringt ofFus wit
employes.aek thti Volniton, of the roul'.
T 1101tfinr er t hle ,' i' ee ->or in lter~(
Io thyour hledin tra1 im's briotherl
hood.tst adiothr omni11011r1.zo
f i ts, 11 l e i l'1 on1 II r Ci 'enenI
iol h allildioorls nom'orte t ia weill
atr l lrpres1n' m t h"n o-m.tv
1ot aton 10( to '77 ' ,1: "' t'f ininv ole
iniCfL O" ., P~*'it 0 *' FOR~" I
l'ove''aorn"in '' *'vrup of ll e
Reemb ier live "doso"I mothe ins'sed
on--iasorh ol onom l.1nha -is
Taow you" hatd fham' h 'w vnu f*ough
eiother woho clin inth ' -m
Tf'r hyour Ch'M .. f-7J*. ' "7r o t
Iflanive"hon--b. 1"~ 1hiftren
among emiilloyes and taie sovernment
and rates would au-tornatically 'be re
duced w'hen profits amounted 'to more
than a fixed rate.
Thts plan, it was argued, would pro
vide cheaper financing, give stability
of Income to security owners, promote
efficiency of operation through sharing
profits, remove railroad operation from
partisan poLitics, compose conflicts be
tween federal and -state authorities,
keep rates at a minimum, eliminate
complications in rate scheduels and
,provide a means of m'aking communi
ies bcneflting by extensions pay for
thCie. The corporation (would be sub
ject to regulation by the Interstate
comimierce commiission, which would
retain !is present regulating powers.
The brotherhoods objected to the
railway execut ives' proposal for estab
lishing n'seeretary of traispIortation,
saying this swould constitute "regu
lating the peole in the interests of
capit;O." They also protested against
the railr-oad adminiistration's order
forbilding railway emiployes taking
ipart ii politics, arguing that the so
lution of the railway problem is a
political issue and that einployes are
entitled to participate.
.\lr. Plumb suggested organization of
"an operating coiiporation where op
crating ability constituted its sole cap
"A certain agreed percentage of the
net results of operation should belong
to this corpration," he saiid. "The
stock of the corporation should be
held in trust for the benefit of the
ei'ployes. The corporation. would be
administered by a 'board of directors,
who, we suggest tentatively, should be
elected in this nianner: one-third to
be elected by the classified employes
below the grade of appointed officials;
one-third by the a;point.ed olicials and
employes; the final thrd being ap
pointe(I by the president of the United!
With one-half of the profits going
lo the goveNin'iiiei nt. and tle olier half
to the corl i'ationi to be (listribute
aniong employes, Mr. 'luni) said, the
men would be actuatedi by a desire to
pronote elliciency and econonly as a
lineais of increasing prolit.
"Such a sclieie," lie Said, "wou id
retler to the public all of the beie
fits of unified operation. It. wonu(ld
eliminate al ithe costs of competition,
w.ithout losing 'any of the benefits of
"This would remove the operation
of the railoralds from politics. Gov
ernment. officials could not possibly
have anything to say about the -I,
ploylent of inen or officials of the
roads. They would have nothing to
say as to construction or extension of
new lines. .
"The government would have no
lpdwe r to exact from the public a re
turn which was Imore adottuate for
the ma itnteianice anmd olleration of the
serviCe and tlie public would o(t n ee(l
to be prote(ted agaltist high rate;
and dl'rsioni of' ports to privute
-oi eonttmirovidle thl. Whene(vi
the aetutal amolniut of net irevenuei taidl
to the governmmint Ueceded 7a pcr
(Cllt oif the gross oplerat jng~ res ennmi,
Ihle Incterlstaiie t'oliiiiiii''c ('omij lissioni
shl d Iblereli pOni aI.Int1 the' scaIc of'
rat (' in suceh manner as to ablsorb i
5 teri ('enlt, thei(rebyV prod)il('ing ;an eqiV
.i lent of a 5, percI ntI r'eiduct filn in
Pleasant relief for liver and
bowels, and cost 10c a
box-no gripe I
il liur.-.....' :i, cnliadepdndmd
sick. i. i"(Ie is -aThed bam'th
tui't had e : reh sour.d aet anouncent
hniei vif i is and'l'ii iltstgton the
youngslt I r rhl Ii up.5 hen 11ov1(e thie
balirt leh l 'rev <'i aThrte anditi clians
u's the t --- liv " a'ivn phity fee on
howe nc i:' he ' i.Iping. Caslarei ennC
taindi no - v'- ' andien h~l~et adepe.e
nto '' th ' ou b'\ilel tatdgo
rih ou i hEhoel. 14)g t hamity
Ietat I er ne i ve amps irorv
sleken I : oheitin s
Cleaners and Dyers of Wearing Apparel and Hq se.
hold Furnishings of All Descriptions.
WE DYE AND CLEAN ARMY CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Given
FOOTER'S DYE WORKS, Cumberland,Md.
Counterpanes, tAle damask, nap
kins and towels, wide sheetings in
bleached and brown. Fine wide
sea island, new hosiery, and the
very latest in ladies' neckwear.
W.' G. Wilson & Co.
When Swift & Company
paid, say,-13 dollars per hun
dredweight for live beef cattle
last year, the profit was only
13 cents! In other words, if we
had paid $13.13, we would have
made no profit.
Or, if we had received a
quarter of a cent per pound less
for dressed beef we would have
made no profit.
It is doubtful whether any
other business is run on so close
a margin of profit.
This is bringing the producer
and the consumer pretty close
together-which should be the
object of any industry turning
raw material into a useful form.
This remarkable showing is due to
enormous volume, perfected facilities
(packing plants strategically located,
branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.),
and an army of men and women
chosen and trained to do their special
This, and many other points of
interest, are found in the Swift &
Company Year Book for 1919, just
published which is brought out for the
public as well as for the 25,000 Swift
& Company shareholders.
The Year Book also represents the
packer's side of the Federal Trade
Commission investigation, upon which
Congress is asked to base action
against the industry.
Many who have never heard the
packer's side are sending for the Year
Would you like one? Merely mail
your name and address to the Chicago
office and the book will come to you.
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards, Chicago