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Kidney troubles don't disappear of The housewife of Holland would al
teadsly undermin ngrow hlt w h most as soon be without food as withd
deadly certainty, until you fall a vie- out her "Real Dutch Drops." as she
tim to Incurable disease. quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlemu
Sop your troubles while there in time. Oil Capsules. They restoro strength
Don't wa t until littl pains become big and aro responsible in a great measur
aceies Don't trifle with disease. To for the sturdy, robust health of the
avoid future suffering begin treatment Hollanders.
With GOLD MBI)AI, linarlemn Oil Cal)
sules now. Take three or four every Do not dela'y. Go to your druggist ad
day unt~l you are entirely free from Insist on his supplying you with GOLD
Pain. MEI)L Haarlemi 0il Capsules. Take
This well-known preparation has been theni as directed, and if you are not
one of the national remedies of if ol- satisfied with results your- druggist will
land for centuries. In 1696 the govern- Madly refund your money. Look for
meat of the Netherlands granted a (he name GOLD MNDAIL on the box
special charter authorizing its prepara- and accept no other. In scaled boxes,
tin and sale. three sizes.
Made Me a WeU Man
Mr. Louis Young, 205 Suffered thirty
Merrimac St., Rochester, N.
Y., writes: years with
'1 uffered for thirty eastsowtacs
wit Chronic bowel trouble. stoach
Oak trouble and m * trouble and'
the bowels. tobesn
We bouIFpt a bottle of Parmar bwes
fnaI to"k t, ithfullYad9 Z hemrhages of the bowel.
bega to feel better
MY wife persuadea e to con
tinue, and I took It for some .
time as directed. Now I am a IlaI4 er Tablet
weU xun." w oTaltVna
CALLED HER FAMilY
- TO HER BEDSIDE
Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
She hs a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For
Royse City, Tex.-Mrs. Mary Kil- the better. That was six years ago
man, of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well,
birth of my little girl.. .my oid* com. strong woman, and I owe my life to
menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottl I egan to f te
to bed. We called the doctor. He bo wen I e o ess.
treated me.. .but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardut
got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I
was unbearable...I was in bed for did not need any MOre for I was well
threo months and suffered such agony and never felt better in My life... I
thatI ws Jst rawnup n akno...have never had any trouble from that
that I was just drawn up in a knot... t hi.
I told my husband if he would get d o sua
me a bottle of Cardul I would try it... ache, pains in sides, or other discom
I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel
evqulng I called my famly- about weak, nervous and wagscdout? if so,
MC..- for I knew I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a
many days unless I tad a change for trial. o . 71
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ARMOUR GIVES VI'IWS ON
CUTTING FOOD COSTi'S
Urges More Production und Lens Gov.
erniental Fixed Prices.
('Chicago Tribune, July 17, 1919.)
Two -things must be done to remedy
present high prices, -according to J.
Ogden Armour. World production of
food must be increased and the "arbi
trary fixing of prices and conditions
In all lines of business" by our gov
ernmuent, inist relax from the war time
basis and we must get back to condi
tions prevailing before April, 1917.
Mi. Armour was Interviewed -by a
relorter for Tile Tribuille in his oii('0
at 208 South La Salle street yester
day. tie gave his views, and the rea
sons for thenl. to explain the packer's
shide of the price situation, and to an
swer Sonme of the Charges recently
made -by fle reports of the food ad
".list Why, so that the layinan cll
undrstand it, Jar i'neat priees so
high?" Mr. Arnour was aske(d. lie
settled liinself behind his desk and
thought a itilu te before replying.
. . Ititth, Sa ys Consum1ner.
"T Io beginl wih, if taa.kes a grevat
d(al of differI'ence what, angie you view
thie matter froin," he said. "The con
stlimel salys i a high, but i lie
live stock prodIniers say they have
beeni losing ioney at rlIin11g prices.
If Yon compare today's prices Wiith
he prices that prevailed before the
war, then prices are- hjighl indeed, but
if the comparison he between meat
prices and prices of food in general,
then, Surprising as it may seem, ne'at,
or at lease beef and lai, ar'e cleatp.
"ll.t. .I'presuie hat lwien people
say prices are high they are uncon
sciously comparing tle prices that
prevail now Wili those prevailing he
fore the outbreak of the great war,
and because of the hn Ilortance that
attaches to the whole matter I wel
cone the opportunity you offer to pre
sent an exposition of the Inatter. The
public ought to be fully conversant
with the situation; it ought to know
the whys and wherefores of jhigh.
prices and whilen it does know them it,
will not be niisled into doing anything
that is unwise.
"I have in front of nie a statement
just received from ourl accounting de
partment. It compares the prices
paid for meat animals last month witi
the prices paid each year in .June
since 191-1. It shows that ii 1I91.1 we
bought hogs for $N. 12 a hundred
pounds. In 1915 they cost $7.-17: in
1916 they cost $9.17; in 1917 they
jumped to $15.32; in 1918 to $16.41,
and for June of this year olr avelage
pri'e was $22.. or an increIt - this
year of 1.19 per cent over the cost in
- Caitle and Sheep Iigher.
.Mr. Armour was asked about relative
prices of other', inat aniimals and had
figures to show that while! flie ilrease
inl cattle, sheip and calves had not
kept pavre Wiith. hogs, the bee prices of
'' lay i..; .-I:: ('I M 4nt .er tha of 191 1;
lhat she.p .1r.4 1112 P0,r CO.n' (o r PM ,
In 11 : 1It I ves ar. .- . i n. d ' I I u. t o fr
flT' wImta <:enoit do,.-i the' pi'l'of
get fr-ointh (lile ofk live stockt andi thei
byv-lilrol~ds is paid hack to thie pr'o
aniiitl - --theii ov'er'whelinlg fatri ini
dleteriinilg thei dust I t' conumier
:h : recor inc ht-w e:thre alf h
not. to 0occas 'uionwner'. ('oupl with
it that (te ('Sft of labor' of ueviery
ifi uonetii d i-t ia .1 I I parin' g-Z in
that~u freight rtes have aduvanced'u mia
tariniigs iiiilt'r thle preiset- marketii~'
c'ondiitions?'" was the next inlion1(1
P'aeke'rs' lirolits, liir unlit of biusi
ness, wei'i smai~lluer last yeatr than i'v
('r befor'e, and~ it' 'onisiderdu is piart (if
lie Cost of mieat. to the ('onsumiiir,'
wou0ld ( all t oldi i'un less I tan a ('ent if
spireadh to cover' the( total profiit wvithi
thie total luoundiage of miea 1 handl(1ed,"
main11 troubile lIes in the oiginal ('ost
of t..'), animial, whly can't 1the packer's,
wiit h inlteres5t, as t hey have, in all
Ih i'lg Ilve stock'l eenter Is, deiidoe Iita
I hey' wOn't ltay sucth urices, and foru'e
things down'l to a1 reasonabile hasis,''
.\lr. iArour' lhiihed in a liatlienit
Ie a'I "Ihit illus;i n.
"'.1list hera lse t hey ('an't,"' lie sihl.
"iiT'i'e at-u sevei'al relaiuns whyi) flh'y
can't. Priniplal among thlemi is that
04ontriol of (hat natiur'e wouhil deman~ild
amliong thle variiouis pa ekers anid su'h
an agr'ecmnt Iwoui not hiile lp(rmlis
Colds Cause Orip and Influenza
,A XATIVE~ BROMO QUINTNE Tablets remove the
(auie. Thlluo i1 only la ''Iihmo Q2uinine"
E. W. GROVE'S signatura on bor. 3Oim
"Oh, I know there are rumors of
agreements and combines and I am
aware that there is a branch of our
governmental machinery that is pro
claiming lou(ly that such an agree
ment exists, but I say to you, and
through you to the Public, that there
is no such agreement as far as I am
concerned or aware, 11d that if there
Were such an agreement this same
governmeital agency which is largely
respOnsible for the suspicion has the
pIOWer to initiate proceedings that
would decide the matter In cou rt.
"Without, the concerted action of
h111dreds of packers who transform
1i9.7 ainials hn1to (dressed meat ;it
would not be possible to fix arbit rari
ly the price of live stock. It. Is (Ile
blusliness of our buyers to buy meat
animals a celicaply as they (all and
there are m1aniy (lays whenI the coilple
titioll Is., so keen that buyers have to
I-oost their offers materially before
they are ab'e to fill orders. If we
Kf't oul( to gvt cattle at our own price
Ilin comlilpetitors would get the cattle,
and get. our business at the same time.
".uslow nin1eh comlpetition exists,
i tile wurchase of 1nent anima s Is not
hlown to thle pubhlic. For f xample. onl
the Chicao lie stiock exchale tlhere
are seve(ral hu1ndred butiyers for firmills
other than the so-called big aclers.
Nvery one ol themi is on1t Io buy Ileat
aniimals and if the big packers do not
ieet their comoet ition they simply
fail to get their illeat animals, aid in
tile woulid be forced out. of tibsinless.
Our only iway is to pay the (lemlanded
price for tihe animals. I (101t 111
ability to make any one who is skeg'
fical renilze just 1what tile coillpeti
ion amounts it. It must be experi
enced to 1be realized."
"Then," the reported suggested, "if
the price of animals cannot be regu
lated, why can't some other action be
takeni to force tie live stock man to
be more reasonable. Why are his
prices so high?"
"Maybe," said Mr. Armour, "it
Would be more fittIng if some produc
er of live stock were to explain that,
but after all it is very simple. Animals
are the product of much labor and a
considerable quantity of feeds, chief
among which is corn Corn figures
such a large part In the making of a
meat animal that it is customary to
figure the cost of oproducing a live ani
mal in terms of bushels of corn.
"With corn as a measure of produe
tion cost one has but to compare Ihe
value of a bushel of corn today to its
valie before the War to understand
why hogs jlllICl from $8.12 in 19141
to $20.25 in 1919. You know there is
no corn being used as fuel by Ameri
enll farmers today, yet it is n1ot 111:11y
years ago that corn was so cheap that
many burned It rather than buy fuel.'
hiabitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITi PEPSIN" is a specially
prepnred Syrup Tonic-Laxative for I Inbitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regtiularly for 14 to 21 (lays
to induce reihular action. It Stimulate: and
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Camels are sold every
where in scienti fica lyv sena led
packages of 20 cigarettes or
in a Alassine-paper-coveredl
carton. Wo strongly recomi
mnend this carton for the
home or ornce supply or
when you travel.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Don't take nasty, dangerous calornel wvien bilious,
constipated, headachy. Listen to ine I
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. your liver awl straighten you up
Caloiel acts like dynamite on a better and quicker thai nasty calo
sluggish liver. When calomuel comes mel and without making you sick,
into contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money.
ito itcausing cramping and nausea. If you .take caloinel today you'll bo
If you feel bi" ms, headachy, con- sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
stipated and all nocked out, just go sides, it may salivate you, whilo if
to your druggist ind get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone yott
Dodson's Liver ' one for a few cents will wake up feeling great, full of
which is a har.zless vegetable sub- umbition and ready for work- to
slitute for dangerous caloniel. Take play. It is harinless, pleasant and
a upoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give to children; they like it.
W uII' Our
A01 N K
We stick strictly to safe, sound banking business.
This is why our bank has gained t-e confidence of ihis
Cur vaults are fire and burglar prooff'and men of
integrity and business ability direct the affairs of our
Our National Bank is a member of the Federal
Reserve System of Banks which stand together. We
can go to our District Bank and get money when we
want U. Bank with us and you can come tc us and
gel your money when you wsnt it.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
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