Newspaper Page Text
"California Syrup of Figs" oan't
harm tender stomach,
liver and bowels.
Hvcry motlior ro.illj.en, nftcr giving
hor clillilrcn "f'i.lifornin Syrup of
Pigs' tlmt thlH In thou- Moni laxativo,
liflottliea tlioy lovo ItH plentnnt lotto
nuil It thoroughly demises t luí tendet
llttlo Btomnch, liver nnd bowels with
Wlion onus, Irrllnlilo, fovorlili, or
breitlh Is bail, btomnch sour, look nt
(lie ioiiKllo,, inqlji(ir! If coated, give ft
tcnopoonfiil. 'óf tills harmless "fruit
Inxntlvc," ami In a fow hour nil tlio
fotil, constipated wnsto, sour lillo nnd
undigested food passes out of the bow
ol& ami you lmvo n well, piny ful child
ngnln. Wlirn Its llttlo system Is full
of cold, tluout snro, Ii.'ih stoniacb-ache,
dlnrrliacn, indigestion, tollc romom
lior. a ;ood "Insldo cleaning" Hliould
nlwnyu lio tlio first treatment Ivon.
Millions of modín keep "Callfornln
Syrup of Figs" linndy; tlioy know n
tcaspoouful lodny snves n slclc child
tomorrow. Ask nt tlio storo for n 60.
cqnl lioltlo of "California Syrup of
Flgl," which Ims directions for linblos,
children of nil ngeB nnd grown-ups
printed on tlio liottlo. Adv.
"Wlint bright oyos you hnvo," snld
(llo visitor to flvo-yonr-old Tammy.
"Vou mint set plenty of sleep."
"Vos'm," ho nnswered. "My iiinmmn
mokas mo go to Led every night nt
"Thnt's to keep you honlthy," said
"No, It iiln't," replied tlio youngster.
"It's so sho euii mend my clothes.''
A WARNING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts About
, Kidney Truublcs.
Few pciiplo roallro to what extent their
health dependa upuii the cundillun of the
Tlio physician In nearly nil -ntc of
xerinuK lllncM, mnken u clieiulcnl mini) til
nf the pilli'iit's urine, lie knows tlmt
unless t lie kidneys are doing their woik
properly, tho other organs cannot readily
in brought hack In health nnd strength.
When tho kidneys re neglected or
nlnifcd in nny ny, serlnus results nrc
fine tn follow. According to health
statistics, llright's disease, which is really
nn ndvnnci'il form of kidney trouble,
ranted nearly ten thousand deal In in
1913 In tlin ulule of Xew York nlone.
Therefore, it behooves n In pay mole
attention In the health of these molt
An idml herhal compound that has
1ml rrmnrknhlo nueces ni n kidney rem
edy In Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Itont, the
gleat Kidney, I.iver noil lllndder llrmedy.
The mild mid healing inlliienee of thin
pripimtlioi in limit cuses is soon rr.ihrcd,
nnoiilltig to swoin statements nnd vciilled
teitlmnny of thoso who l.uve uted tho
If you feel that your kidney tcipilre
ntltntlnn, nnd wish n miiiiiIr IkiIIIc, write
to Dr. Kihnei k Co., Illuiihamtnti, NT. Y.
Mlntlon thin inper. I'lielow- tin cents ami
tlity will gladly fm wind It to mi hy
Pirnmp-ltnot In mid hy every ilincglit
In Iwttles of two ion SOr nnd Í1.0H. Adv.
Politlón Whnt Is your nttltmlo In
rcgnrd to our pieseut form of govern
ment? AutohiiR Tho samo that I outer
t it I ii toward my nutomohlle. 1 know
thorn's HomothliiH wroiiR with It, but
I don't know how to fix It. Puek.
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA
Don't Look Oldl Try Grandmother's
Recipe to D-irken and Deautify
Gray, Faded, Lifeless Hair.
(Irniidinothor kept her hair beauti
fully dnrkonod. glossy and abundant
with u brow of Sago Toa and Sulphur
Whenever her hair tell out or took on
that dull, faded or stroaked npponr
nnef, title simple mixture was applied
with wonderful effect l!y asking nt
any iltug storo for "Wyeth's Sage and
flftlphur Unir Remedy," you will get n
largo bottlo ot this old-tlmo recipe,
ruiitly to uso, for about 60 cents. This
Imple mixturo cim bo depended upon
to micro natural color and beauty
to the huir nuil Is splendid for dan
druff, dry, Itchy scalp anil falling hair.
A well-known druRRlst says overy-
bMy usos Wyeth's Sago und Bulphur,
bejMKM It darkens su naturally and
evenly that nobody can tell It has boon
anjflUd It's so easy to use, too. You
sllsiply dampen n comb or soft brush
nnd draw It through your hair, Inking
olio strnnd at a time. Ily morning
tlio gray hair disappears: after an
tthtr application or two, It Is ro
borad to Its natural color and looks
gltwsy, soft and iibundant. Adv.
You mlKht buy samo pioplg's
SHEEP ARE NEGLECTED
Cur Dog, Parasites and Diseases
Good Management and Proper Care
Will Control, If Not Eliminate.
These Dllfleultles Animals
Are Good Scavengers.
!v I. I. BIIAW iiikI 1. t lir.l.I.Utl.)
Mnny farmurs hnvo disposed ot
their flocks nnd many others huvo re
frained from entering tho business bo
chuso of sintió of tho dllllcultles Hint
nro pecullnr to this Industry. Among
the innst Importnnt of thoso nro cur
dogs, pnrnsltoH nnd diseases, A cer
(nln amount of trouble Is Inevitable
where theso abound, but ordinarily
this should not bo sufllclcnt to dls
rourngo tho llockmnster. (lood ninti
iiRement nml proper euro, will control,
If not elimínala, these dlllleultles. Tho
llock that must rustió for Itself Is tho
mo that suffers nost from theso
sources. Sheep nro Rood scuvotiRcrs,
but should not ho nindn to subsist
jpon weeds nlono, with llttlo or no
lttcntloit on tho port of tho farmer.
Dio sooner the owner realizes that
lis hhcop ennuot return sntlsfnctory
iirollts under audi conditions, tho
Combination Rack for Feeding Hay
and Grain 8hep Can Be Fed From
Either Side Note Construction for
Keeping Chaff Out of Fleeces, by
the 8olld Board at the Top.
better It will bo for him. Any extra
caro and feed given to tho flock gen
erally yields tho greatest returns.
Sheep will Increaso tho fertility of
tho soli It they aro handled proKrly.
To do this they should not bo per
mitted to crop off tho grass too close
ly, which they will do If tho pasturo Is
overstocked or If they nro kept too
long on ono field. Sheep muiiure, with
sua exception, Is tho most vnlunblo ot
all rami uinnures, It Is thinly nnd
evenly scattered ovor tho ground nnd
docs not produco a rank growth In
spots of tho pasturo as do other ma
nures. Tho mnnuro Is also worked
into tho soil by tho sharp hoofs ot
tho sheep, so that It Is not washed
awny but becomes nvallablo as plant
food, This quality has welt enrned
for sheep tho title of "golden hoof."
In Hngland, Innd which during Queen
Kllznhoth's relRti produced only six
bushels ot wheat per aero has been
made to yield 30 bushclH nt tho pres
ent 'lino by tho uso or shnop. Hotter
cultural methods may bo tho causo of
i portion of this Increase, but without
.loubt tho sheep aro responslbln for
the Rrcuter part of It.
Another ciiually Important way that
ihrep Increaso tho productivity of tho
Hunt Is In thelv destruction ot weeds,
Combination Hay and Grain Rack
Sheep Oan Fed From Either Side.
Uy eating the weeds they make moro
room for the cultivated crops nnd In
crease tho supply of plant food and
water available fur them by prevent-
CHICKEN COOP VENTILATION
Hole Covered With Thick Cloth Will
Provide Necessary Fresh Air and
Exclude Bnow and Sleet.
To próvido proper ventilation for
tv chicken coop In the winter timo Is
a very illlllcult task, unless special ar
rangement was madu for It when tho
coop was Unlit. A hole of nny nppre
clnblo i.lte Is sure to ndinlt u lot ot
snow and sleet with overy storm, llo
sides this being harmful for tho chick
ons. It leaves u lot of snow nnd Ico to
melt on the floor of tho coop, which
soon causes It to rot ami dpcny. Wo
hove found, however, that by enlarg
ing llu; bolus somowhut und then
tnckltiR several thlckucssos of cloth
over them, tho proper amount nf
fresh nlr will bu admitted, while tho
snow nnd sleot will bo excluded. Tho
cloth should ho n light color so ns to
keep tho Interior ot tlio coop lighter.
Safeit Kind of Farming.
Tho safest kind of fnrmlng Is that
which makes It possible for tho farm
Ing tho weeds from using It. No
oilier class of live stock, with tho ex
ception of goats, will rnt as innny
weeds as sheep, Ily converting theno
wnsto products Into wool and mutton
they aro a sourco ot profit to tho
CAULIFLOWER EVER POPULAR
Grown to Some Extent Under Glass
for Winter and Spring Markets
Seed Imported From Europe.
Cauliflower Is given much attention
hy truck farmers anil to some oxtcnt
Is grown under glass for winter and
early spring markets. Klcld cultiva
tion Is In voguo generally, however,
nnd long after this crop Is harvested
on tho Atlantic const, fresh cauliflower
tuny bo sr-in In tho big cities nrrlvlng
from Cnllfornln almost dolly, thnu
making this delicious vegntnblo nvnll
nblo n lnrgo part of tho yeor. Homo
truck farmers grow iib ninny ns fifty or
sixty iicron annually nnd rood y for mar
ket In Into summer and early autumn.
A InrRo part of cnullllowcr scctl Is
Imported from Europe, nnd the wnr
mnhos tho supply for nnotbor senson
vory uncertain. Dcnmnrk and Holland
produco lnrgo quantities of cauliflower
seed, but It Is also grown In other Eu
ropean countries. Tho most Impor
tant part of cauliflower cultivation Is
tho growing ot tho plants, sayB Orango
Judd Parmer. A heavy loam with n
Rravolly subsoil Is considered the most
favornblo for this crop. Yet Rood
yields nro often secured on light,
sandy soli, tinder glass, cauliflower
can bo produced In night weokB from
tho growing of tho Biied, ot courso
commanding IiIrIi prices; tho young
plants ara set when about four luchos
high and between them In alternate
rows lottuca Is planted, an theso two
vegetables grow together with har
mony, requiring much tho samo tem
perature. TEACHING FARM DOGS EARLY
Never Punish a Pup Unlets He Can
Associate Punishment With the
Offense Use Common Sente.
It Is n good thing with fnrm dogs to
teach thorn early In Ufa to assriclato
with (ho other fnrm anlmnls and with
tho chickens, especially. 1 have found
It useful to taka popples with mo Into
An Airedale Terrier. Excellent Type
tho poultry runs, keeping n sharp oyo
on them, Ily and by tho constant as
sociation with tho fowls kills tho nov
elty und they puy no attention to
It may surprise somo people to bo
told Hint dogs hnve n strong senso of
Justice, so, unless you want your pup
to gain n poor opinion of you bo enru
f ii 1 when yo'i punish him. Never
punish utilesH tho pup enn assoclato
tho punislimunt with tho offense, says
it writer In Outing. The circumstan
tial ovltlonco may bo very strong, but
you had better wait and catch him
In tho net.
Common sense Is about all that Is
required to rear a poppy Into a dog
which will be a fnlthful, useful, stead
fuHt companion; common senso und
Whenever I find ono of thoso "any-thlng-wlll-do-for
tho-pup" kind of peo
ple 1 can seo In my mind's oyo whnt
tho humans In that family look like.
or and his family ta Uva well. Uvon
if lurgo crops which must bo turned
luto ensh aro produced, unless u lurgo
portion of tho food and food bo also
grown most of the cash must bn tisod
to buy tho necessaries which doubt
less could have boon rnlsod cheaper
than tho ensh crops. It Is not tho
amount of cash wu hnndla that gives
us profit, but tho nmoiint ubnvo the
cost of production nnd marketing. Wo
enjoy tlmt which gives us tho great
est comfort and convenience
Double the Crop Yield.
Tho best authorities agrao that the
totul of tho crops raised from seed In
tho United States might bo doubled
by Improved methods of fanning. To
do this would odd i,000,00'j,000 to
$5.000,000,000 to tho natlon'u wealth
and tho rosourees of Its farm popula
tion. And ono or tho most Important
means to this end Is tho planting of
Have Some Eweet Clover.
Plan now to sow somo sweet cloror
next spring for sheep pasture. It V,
equal to ulfulfH In feeding valuu
Rain Wish Regretted.
Onco when Strickland Olllllnn was
lecturing at tho home of "Tama Jim"
Wilson (Tama, la.) tho afternoon was
dark In (he big Chautauqua pavilion,
and tho speaker was In almost total
'Tnffy" Scars, a fcllow-lcctnror,
standing near tho back of tho build
ing, heard a woman whisper:
.My! I wish they (I turn on tlio foot
lights so wn could seo his faco!"
Pretty soon tho lights llashrd up.
sho caught a good look at tho home
ly nnd uxpresslonlcss mug of hlin.aud
sho exclaimed far moro fervently:
".My! I wish thoy'd turn out thoso
An Awful Mistake.
"That was nil nwful mlstnko tho nor
f,eon mndo. The innn ho operated on
didn't hnvo what ho thought ho did."
"Didn't havo appendicitis, nt nil, oh?"
"Oh, ho had appendicitis, nil right,
but ho didn't hnvo nny money."
That Would Oe Plenty.
"Well, my good woman," Bald tho
slummer, "I must tin going. Is thero
anything I enn do for you?"
"Only that," respomloil tho sub
merged ono wearily.
'Twas Ever Thusl
The Kim What was your ambition?
Tho Oak- As nn acorn I planned to
grow up to bo n ('hrlatmns tree.
Somo men tiro ambitious to do good,
others to mnko good.
ALC0IIO1.-3 PER CENT
AYecc tabic Preparation Tor As
ling the Stomachs and Dowels of
ness and Rest .Contains nelihor
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral
Not Naiic otic
tin trow DrsiwEifrmm
.ftt'H Slftl .
A perfect Hcmctly rorConsllp.v
lion . Sour Stomach.Dinrrhoca,
ncss and Loss OF SLEEP
Foe Simile Signature of
The CcNTAfn Company.
uiiarnntoeiT under tho I'oudatfJ
Kxact Copy of Wrapper.
Why grin and bear all
Liniment kills pain?
All Dealers 25c.
Send four cents In utampa for at freo TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Dept. B
I owe my
Mrs. Anna Under, IL F. D. S, Dn
el, Meeker Co., Minn., wiltrs- "Por
two years 1 suffered with that ter
rible dliense. chronic catarrh.
"Fortunately. 1 saw your adver
tl'einent In my paper. I cot your
advice, and I look Perunn. Now I
am well nnd the mother of two
children. 1 owe It alt to reruna.
"I would not be without that great
Ionio for twice It cost, for 1 urn well
und strong now. 1 cannot speuk In
too high (crms of Its Viluo ns a
t mfT'ñlTO Wnlnnnf!.('ill Piiiin,Vi,.i.
rm I tin í S"""".-1"'- '''"'" mu
I (II lull V vis rtfcnpu.n. Urn muIia
W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 2-1915.
Tor Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
these ills when Sloan's
" I linvo used your Liniment and can
Kiy It Is fine. I liavo usial it for sorn
throat, Htmlncd nhouldcr, and it nctcd
liko a charm." Alien Dunn, Jtoutc 1,
liox 88, Pine Valley, Mist.
" I am n painter and puperuanger by
trade, eonseipicntly up nnd down lad
ders. Almut two yenrs ago my left kueo
became lamo and pore. It pained mo ul
nlghtH at timen till I could not rest, und
I was contemplating giving up my trado
on nccount of it when I chanced to think
of BIoan'H Liniment. I hud never tried
it before, and I inn glad to fctato tlmt
lcea than ono 2,3o. bottlo fixed mo up
apparently as good as ever." CAarfcs t.
Campbell, Florence, Texaa,