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ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine POULTRY FLOCKS FEtDS FOR GROWING CHICKS Beware! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gla. Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As plrin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of Sallcyllcacid. Adv. Naturally. "Don't you think Miss Blnnk's face rather worn?" "Naturally. She's been wearing it since about 1870, you know." Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp On retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and itching with Cuticura Oint ment. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Adv. All Winners Now. This is the season of the year when every major league city has a great baseball team. Renew your health by purifying your system with In Addition ' to Furnishing Right Amount of Faed, Fresh Water and Shade Are Necessary. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) In addition to furnishing a sufficient quantity and the right kind of feed to make flesh, muscle and bone, and sup ply energy for the growing chicks. clean dry quarters, green feed, fresh water and shade should be provided. The coop should be kept clean, which can be facilitated by keeping sand on the floor and raking of the droppings at least twice a week, and oftener if possible. The roof should be tight so I teg i nL mn ii ivnriN liSrSi m CABINET LJ (. 1921. WMiurD Newspaper Union When earth's last picture is dusted. And the floors are painted and dried; When the oldest carpet is beaten. And the youngest spider has died. We shall rest, and faith we shall need it; Lie down for a moment or two. Till the dust on the grand piano Shall set us to work anew. With apologies to Kipling. SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS. or in i 01 i TANLAC This is the time of year when pars nips are at their best. Some like them cooked with vege tables In a boiled dinner; others like them cooked tender, cut In halves lengthwise and fried brown John F. Hyatt, of Albany, N. Y., Is RelieVea of Se vere Attack of Rheuma tism of Many Years' Standing. i r- j iw I W Sprouted Oats Help Materially in Fur- Quick and delightful rv lief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imitations. SELDOM SEE a big knee like this, but your hone may have a bunch or bruise on nil ankle, hock, stifle, knee or throat will clean it off without laying up the horse. No blister, no nalr gone. Concentrated on! v a few drops required at an application. $2.50 per out nuniM. unenoe roar cue tor ipecul lnitrucaoni, ud Book S R free. ABSORBINE. JR., the antl nuc liniment for mankind, reduce, Pilnfal Swelllnn. Enlarged CUwb. Went, Braltet, Vtrkoee Velnti HUjri Fiin end lnAimmition. Price S1.25 s bottle st dragfittt off curerea. UDcru mil Dome poitpild tor 10c W. F. YOU NO, Inc., SIOTtmpI St., Springfield, Miss. Banner Lye l! LVt Mil is easy to use No other lye Is packed so safely and con venlently, or Is so economical not a bit waited. No other lye or soap cleans and disinfects so easily and thoroughly as Banner Lye. It is not old-style lye. Odorless and colorless; the greatest cleanser and disinfectant the world has ever kno.wn. Use It for cleaning your kitchen, cellar, sinks, dairy, mllk-pana snd bottles, for softening water, and the labor of washing and cleaning will be cut In half BOLA.KXIS9) PT7X1.SI BOAF and saves money besides. A can of Banner Lye. EH pounds of kitchen grease, ten min utes' easy work (no boiling or large kettles), and you have 10 pounds of best hard soap T 20 gallons of soft soap. Banner Lye Is sold by your grocer or druggists. Write to us for free booklet, 'Tses of Banner Lye." The Perm Chemical Works Philadelphia USA INVESTORS The Montana and Wyoming Land and Oil boom has passed the uncertain stage. Big profits are certain. We are han dling 6,300 acres on a basis of $100 from each Investor, payable $10 per month. It looks sure (or 10 to 1 profit, with possibili ties of several hundred for each $10 invest ed. Only 100 investors required to handle deal. If interested write quick for details Tou can be more certain If first $10 Is sent with your letter. It will be returned if yon are not natisfled with contract sent you. one pint of oysters, toss in a pan until the edees curl, then drain and add to nishing Fowls Wjth Needed Green one.naif t.upfui 0f mushrooms, or the rceo- same amount of celery cut in small thr rho hmiso riii oiurnva ha Hn pieces, one chopped pimento, one hard- Green feed is very essential for the cooked egg also chopped, two table- growing chickens, the ideal condition spooniuis or meueu uuuer being to allow them free range on with salt and pepper, and serve In good grass land. Alfalfa makes an croustades, made by cutting bread In- Ideal range. Where the chickens have to oblongs and hollowing out me cen to be confined to small yards it is ters; then brush with butter and very essential to sunnlv ereen fped brown in the oven or toast under the "I am now seventy-two years old and mil just getting rid of a fifteen year case of rheumatism that had me so crippled up I could not walk," said John F. Hyatt, 21'" Pearl St.. Albany, N. Y., in relating his re in good fat, while markuble experience with Tanlac, re there are others cently. Mr. Hyatt was chairman of who think a narsnlD fritter is the dish the committee in charge of building of excellence. To prepare the fritter the Albany County Courthouse and the vegetable is cooked, then skinned was iour times elected a member of and mashed very fine, seasoned well the County Hoard of Supervisors. At and a teaspoonful of the mashed pars- present Mr. Hyatt is Assistant Super nip dipped Into a fritter batter, then intendent of the Albany County fried In deep fat. These fritters are uurmuuse, witn omces in Hie build- usually served with some kind or in.. eweet sauce like hot maple syrup. on t believe, he continued. Cheese Souffle. Prepare a thick unyoouy could have rheumatism any white sauce using one-fourth cupful worse an i aid, and my case was of each of flour and fat with one cupftil such lon8 standing I didn't expect to nf miifc. when r-nnkpd and thick, cool ever eet over It. I was unable to nnrt nriri nnp.hnif ciinful of crated walk except for a short distance, sup- cheese, three egg yolks, one teaspoon- Ported with a cane, and even then fni nf cnit nnp-hnlf teasnoonful 01 l"c vuis sirucK me every lime I tooK paprika, one-half teaspoonful of onion a steP- My legs, hips and ankles hurt juice. Mix carefully and fold in the something awful and my Joints were stiffly beaten whites of three eggs. --s my Turn into a well-greased baking dish leS without having to lift it up with and set this dish Into a pan of hot W h"nJs. and to turn over in bed. water; bake in a moderate oven un- ' neany Kinea me. til firm in the center. ,AIy JPP.et"e waS ?one and !e Oysters a. la Pou letPrepare a 5S"1 Y loou nauseated me. My poulet sauce by adding one and one- oruer. ana i nan fourth cupfuls of milk to six table- sluggish, heavy feeling all the time Bpoonfuls of flour, stirring and mixing ' ' ak. off in weight and dis- well before-cooking, then cool slightly Sd s that it looked . like I and add two wen-beaten eggs. Take i"11 l fc "I had no idea Tanlac would relievt my rheumatism when I began taking it last Spring. I took It because saw where It would give a fellow an t J 'zk4f JOHN F. HYATT 227 Pearl St., Albany, N. Y. appetite. Well, sir, I was the most surprised I ever was In my life when the rheumatic pains began to ease up. I took seven bottles in all and, it's a fact, I didn't have an ache about me, was eating fine and simply felt Ilka I had been made over again. "I have been in the best of health ever since, with only a slight twinge of rheumatism at intervals. I do not need my cane now, but as I had been unable to walk without It for several years, I got into the habit of carry ing it and so still take it along. 1 am enjoying life and health once more and can conscientiously recommend Tanlac as the greatest medicine I have ever run across in all my ex perience." Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. gas name, uecorate me tops minced parsley. with daily. Freshly cut lawn clippings and ishort pieces of any growing grain crop, such as oats, wheat or any quick growing crop, such as rape, make splendid green feed. Where these growing feeds are not available, sprouted oats may be used and will help materially. Where a hen Is .tent with a brood of chickens and the A cake which Is easy to make if one chickens confined to a small covered has a good strong arm to give it the DON'T LET THAT COUGH CONTUriTXit Spohn's Distemper Compound will knock it In very short time. At the first slg-n of a cough or cold In your horse, give a few doses of "SPOHN'S." It will act on the glands, slimlnate the disease germ and prevent furth er destruction of body by disease. "SPOHN'8" has been the standard remedy for DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA, PINK EYE, CATARRHAL FBVER, COUGHS and COLDS for a quarter of century. 60 cents and $1.16 per bottle at all drug stores. BPOHJK MEDICAL COMPANY. OOSHEN, IKD. An asDiratlon Is a Joy forever. To have many of these is to be spiritu ally rich. A GROUP OF GOOD CAKES. pen, move this coop and pen every two or three days to fresh grass and never let the grass be killed or eaten down where the run is placed. Provide fresh, clean water daily and see that the re ceptacles are thoroughly cleaned and the chickens never without water. The water should be kept In the shade In as cool a place as possible. Using a stone crock for watering fountains will help to keep the water cool. Where the chickens are confined to yards or have free range, shade should be provided. Trees and low shrubs make Ideal shade, but If not available a corn patch or rows of sun flowers will help materially. Where no growing crop or trees of any kind are available It will pay to put up an artificial shade, making a framework two or three feet high and covering this with the branches of trees, weeds. straw or any waste material that will furnish shade. BUILD UP PROFITABLE FLOCK Possible Only by Continuous Selection for Health and Vigor to Get Egg Producers. Only by continuous selection for health nad vigor is It possible to build up a flock which will produce fertile eggs, strong chicks capable of making quick growth, and pullets with suffi cient stamina to withstand the strain of heavy egg production. The appear ance of a bird is not always a sure In- beating it needs is Weary Willie. No Weary Willie would have the name, and deserve it, who had eTer made this cake. Take one 'cupful of sugar, one and one- half cupfuls of flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, a speck of salt, sift three times to blend well. Into a measuring cup drop the whites of two eggs, till the cup 'to half measure with softened butter, not melted ; then All to the top with milk and water or just water. Pour the mixture from the cup, adding flavoring; mix well, then beat with a strong spoon or egg beater for seven minutes by the clock. If Willie doesn't get too weary keep at It for ten min utes and the cake will have the most beautiful texture and grain. Bake In layers, color one and leave one white. Use color selected for layer in the icing which may be used for the filling. Every Day Cake. Beat four table- spoonfuls of butter to a cream, add one-half cupful of sugar, one-half cup ful of chopped raisins, two egg yolks beaten light, one-fourth cupful each of maple and corn sirup, one-half cup ful of milk ; add one and three-fourths cupfuls of flour, a teaspoonful of cream of tartar, half teaspoonful of soda, one-half teaspoonful of salt and the same of mace, all sifted together. Lastly add the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs and turn Into a shallow pan. Sprinkle with shopped nuts o The Dashing "Caroline" Anklets Stunning Spring Styles No. 3665 Gun Metal Finish WE DEFY COMPETITION Women's Fine Quality Gun Metal Finish or Patent Leather Anklets. Strong Leather Soles; Flexible Leather Insoles and Guar anteed Counter. Nam$ Jj ' No. 3675 IK . No. 3655 -r " Gu Metal THE BOND SHOEMAKERS. Cincinosti, Ohio Plesie send me shoes listed be low for which I ree to pay mr poitmin $3.98 snd pottage oa arrival. .Sizes 2M to 8 Wide Widths Only t 1 STYLE No. SIZE Town Slate dlcatlon of Its vigr, but appearance raisins, and dredge with one teaspoon- and action taken together are a fairly reliable guide for picking out vigorous birds. GREEN DUCKS IN BIG DEMAND California Bids'. Denver, Colorade Farmer Agents Wanted In Koch County I sell Quality Paints and Roof Cements direct to farmers. Good profits; exclusive contract. Imperial Fibre Products Co., Cleveland. O. W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. 17-1921. Vast Market Waiting to Be Developed for Fowls Throughout Most of the Country. There Is a vast market for "green ducks" waiting to be developed throughout most of the country and the man or woman who takes th trouble to develop It need not fear be ing unable to sell all that can Ve produced. ful of sugar. Bake one hour or long er, depending upon, the depth of the mixture in the pan. Fig gake. lane two cupfuls of stale bread crumbs, mix two table spoonfuls of shortening with three fourths of a cupful of sugar, a little salt and nutmeg; stir In two well- beaten eggs and the bread crurmbs. Sift four teaspoonfuls of baking pow der with one cupful of flour; add one fourth pound of figs and beat well. Turn Into a loaf-shaped pan or one with a cone and bake thirty to forty minutes. twiwi WW v. icing VEGSEBII Is as profitable as train crowlne. Successes as wnnrWfnl as those from Browing wheat, oats, barley, and flax have been made in "vi mww, m, envwp ans nsi, crignt, sunny climate, nutrit ious grasses, good water, enormous fodder crops these spell success to the farmer and stock raiser. And remember, you can buy en easy terms Farm Land at 15 to 30 An Acre land equal to that which through many years has yielded from SO to 48 bushels of wheat to the sera grazing land convenient to good grain farms at proportionately low nrices. These lands nave ac&r. ilL Jt&HiZl every rural convenience; good schools, churches, roads, tele- gy ''sTslS. pnuues, cic, ciusc iu live towns ana gooa maraets. If you want to get back to the farm, or to farm on a larger scale than is possible under your present conditions, invest!- gste what Western Canada has to offer you. For Illustrated (Iterator with maps and partieiilars retarding reduced railwk rates, leeation of land, etc., apply to Depamsat of unnugra- tiea, Ottawa, Canada, or I W. S Nethery, Room 82, Interarbu Station BMg, fehnbas, a Canadian Government Agent.