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THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY, ABERDEEN. MISSISSIPPI
H "THEY SAID I HAD T. D.
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Mr. Harold "VF. Schmidt, Box 98,
Breeso, Clinton Co., 111., believes
he ha reason to praise Dr. Ilart
man'a Remedy for Catarrhal con
ditions. "Ioaed Pe-ni-na etfht month for Chronlo
BroncUal Catarrh. I clo not fret tirtd. f el lika
plant, am tlx pound over normal weight and
able to work every ly. la March, leio. I con
tracted a PTeracokl with tvluiug and took to
my bed. They laid I had T. B. and won Id not
11 to three months. Alter taking a conl bot
tle of Pe-ru-na and a box of M&a-a-tln Tahletx.
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Jf Chill Tonic
Wards Off Malaria and
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Get rid of sores, pimples, rheumatism and
troublesome aches and pains. Tako a good
blood medicine.
Plantation Sarsaparilla
is a famous old prescription. It purifies with -out
bad effect on tho system. It is the great
blood tonic of hundreds of thousands of people.
Look for the Red Shield
This trade mark on any medicine, drug
or proprietary article insures quality.
Ask your dealer.
Van VIeet-Mansfield Drug" Co.,
South' a Largest Wholesale Druggists.
MemphU, Tenn.
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Who Will Invent This?
That electric light that stays lit a
minute after you turn it out is all
right, but what is wanted Is one for
the cellar that will turn itself out when
vre forget to do it. Boston Transcript.
Hi iffeiieir
FOR ItlDIGESTIOFI
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
25t and 75 Packages. Everywhere
AsZDruzz'sf
r.reery's
srmiruge
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DEAT
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
GOLDI.IEML
fcrinf? quick relief and often ward off
deadly diseases. Known as the national
remedy of Holland for more than 200
years. All druggists, in three sizes.
Look for th name Cold Medal on erery box
and accept no imitation
Mitchell &
VOID dropping-
strung drills la
Tea sore from Alkali
Eye
or other Irritation.
The old simple re roedy
that brines comfort-
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147 Wmrlr free. New Yrk
For
TO ECiLL RATS
and r.UCE
Always use the genuine
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
It forces tbesa pts to run from the bonding for
water and fresh air. Bats, mice, cockroaches, water
bafts and acta destroy food and property and ax
carriers of disease.
READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS
Directions In 16 lasf u&gea in erery box.
lot. site 35c 15 01. si xe fl.50.
, MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS
instantly opens your head and
makes breathing- easy. Fine for
CATARRH COLDS COUGHS
75" at stores or 85 by malL Address
Kew York Drug Concern. New York
TREATED ONE
WEEK FREE
Short breathing7 re
lieved in a few hoars;
cweuinsr reduced in a
few days; regulate the liver, kidney a, stomach
and heart; purifiea the blood, strengthen the
entire system. Wrttm for Frmm Trial Trmatmmnt.
CDLLUU CR&PSY REHECT CO, Dept W.O., ATUXTA, 61.
W. N. MEMPHIS, NO. 18-1922.
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Chronic Catarrh of the nose r nd tfcroat, whlca 5
uwx ! yean, ezieoaiQK aown u.w tae cronchlal taocs.
U'e-ru-ua tu my l:is saver."
HALF CENTURY IN USE
SOL FYEBYWHERE
Not Only For
nuis ana r ever
But a Fine General Tonic
Restores Strength. Try It
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Little Mabel's Query.
Little Mabel, eight years old, has
company of grown-ups, and had ac-
passed much of her young life In the
quired many of their oldish ways by
Imitation. An elderly lady visited the
aunt with whom Mabel lived. Mabel
had heard the stereotyped expression,
"Well preserved," used concerning old
people. So, after this old lady took
her departure, Mabel sprang a sur
prise upon her elders by remarking:
"Auntie, Isn't Mrs. Brown a well
pickled old lady." Judge.
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never
Suspect It
Applicants for Insurance Often
Rejected.
Judging from reports from druggist!
who are constantly in direct touch with
the public, there ia one preparation that
has been very successful in overcoming
these conditions. The mild and healing
influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Itoot is
6oon realized. It stands the highest for
its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one of the
prominent Life Insurance Companies, in
an interview on the subject, made the as
tonishing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because kidney trouble is so
common to the American people, and the
large majority of those whose applica
tions are declined do not even suspect
that they have the disease.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root 13 on Bale
at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes.
medium and large. However, if you wish
first to test this preat preparation send
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When
writing be sure and mention this paper.
Advertisement.
American Museum Acquisitions.
Two treasured additions to the
American museum are an Incomplete
skull of the European bison or wisent,
and a fine skull and jaws of the urus
or extinct wild ox of Europe, which
Is probably the remote ancestor of
our domestic cattle. Both these came
from the Cambridge (England) Mu
seum of Zoology. Scientific American.
ASPIRIN INTRODUCED
BY "BAYER" IN 1900
Look for Name "Bayer" on. the Tab
'ets, Then You Need
Never Worry.
If you want the true,0 world-famous
Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians
for over twenty-one years, you must
ask for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
The name "Bayer" Is stamped oa
each tablet and appears on each pack
age .for your protection against lmita
tlona. Advertisement.
If you would become a student of
human nature begin by studying your
own.
How Is it that we so seldom hear
the denial of a story first? It would
help much.
BABIES LOVE
m WHSIC SYRUP
lis lafaats' ami OiUra'i Kaalater
Pleasant to trlvsr pleasant to
take. Guaranteed purely veg
etable and absolutely harmless.
Jt Quickly overcome colic,
diarrhoea, flatulency and
other Ixkrn disorders.
The on an Dubliahed
formula appears oa
every label.
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PROBLEM OF SKEWED BRIDGE
Methods Used for Calculating Stresses
and Proportioning Are Not
Approved.
(Prepared by the United States Department
of Agriculture.)
Methods o calculating the stresset
and proportioning tlie size of skeweil
concrete-arch bridges which have been
considered good practice in the past
may be incorrect and result in the col
lapse of the structure, according to
engineers of the bureau of public
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Skewed-Arch Bridge Used for Stream
Crossing Road Diagonally Note Po
sition of Railing on Opposite Sides
of Road.
roads of the United States Department
of Agriculture. A skew bridge is one
in which the center line of the bridge
is not perpendicular with the abut
ment on which the bridge rests, and
is used when a bridge crosses a stream
or railway track diagonally. The
bureau is jointly responsible with the
several state highway departments for
the correctness of the design of all
structures on federal-aid roads, and
for this reason the problem is being
carefully studied.
WIDER HIGHWAYS WIN FAVOR
Originally Engineers Considered 10-
Foot Roadway Adequate Now
Urge 20 Feet.
Former Superintendent of Illinois
Highways S. E. Bradt of DeKalb, 111.,
who has done much to boost the good
roads movement in his state, says en
gineers originally considered a 10-foot
highway adequate to meet the needs of
traffic between populous centers.
Then they learned the folly of thia
contention and boosted the width. It
was finally made lu feet. Koads are
being built 18 feet in width and now
come prominent engineers advocating
a 20-foot highway.
The shoulder maintenance is a prom
inent factor entering into this prob
lem. The upkeep of a shoulder usual
ly exceeds the original cost of the ex
tra two feet of pavement, it has been
learned by experience. For this reason
highway experts are going on record
advocating the wider pavement for
trunk line highways. The upkeep of
shoulders is very high, especially
where there is heavy truck traffic.
PAVED ROADS AND DAIRYING
As
More Improved Highways Are
Constructed Milk Routes Are
Being Extended.
Paved roads and dairying go hand
in hand. As more improved roads are
constructed, milk routes are extended
and the farmer farther from the city
is prodvided with a market for his
milk. Over unimproved routes re
quiring wagon delivery, the longest
route possible is only approximately
15 miles while over paved highways,
traveled by motortrucks, routes cov
ering as high as 40 miles are estab
lished. Large areas of prospective
dairy country are waiting only the
construction of more hard surfaced
roads. When these are built, many
more farmers, now cut off from their
market, will receive the benefit of the
economical and rapid transportation
made possible by the motortruck and
the paved highway.
HIGHWAYS ON PACIFIC COAST
Various Western States and Govern-
rr.ent to Spend Immense Sum
for Road Improvements.
Twenty million dollars, the largest
amount of money expended in one year
on the Pacific coast by the federal
government on state highways and
post roads, is to be spent during this
season, lne western states, Washing
ton, Oregon, California, Wyoming,
Colorado, Montana, Idaho, .Nevada,
Utah, Arizona and New Mexico will
expend the same amount. Many of
the roads will be 20 feet wide and of
concrete six inches thick, much heavier
than highways built by the states
heretofore.
Benefits of Good Roads.
Good roads in the country will do
more to lower the high cost of living
and more for the prosperity, comfort.
culture and happiness of the people
than things fought over In 12 presi
dential campaigns.
Good of Motortruck Lines.
The establishment of motor truck
express lines in every farming com
munity will stimulate the production
of more food, reduce the cost of liv
ing and probably will make public
markets successful In American cities.
Money Available for Roads.
At the -present' time, there Is close
to a billion dollars in the United States
appropriated and available for the con
struction of, hard roads.
To Test Danger Signals.
The Pennsylvania state highway de
partment proposes to test mirror dan
ger signals to warn motorists of bad
curves at night.
Road Drag la Useful.
While the road drag Is not a grader.
It can ofteji be made to do as much
as the light grader and at less cost.
SEWAGE DISPOSAL
FOR HEALTH
Practical Dimensions
(Prepared by the Vnlted States Department
of Agriculture.)
There Is a general but erroneous be
lief that the cost of sewerage is little
In the city, but almost prohibitive in
the country. All personal and realty
properties In a certain Eastern city
average a valuation of $10,382 per
home, which pays $3o3 for sewers out
side the cellar wall. An average farm
in a Middle Western state represents
a valuation of $17,259. Is not a farm
er justified in the small outlay required
to dispose of the farm sewage? Be
cause of the issuance of bonds and the
apportionment of sewer systems for a
series of years, the city dweller may
have his burden distributed over a
long period. The farmer does not pay
Interest on these obligations, and sew
er work can be done more cheaply In
the country than in the city.
Not Merely a Fad.
Safe disposal of farm sewage Is not
a passing fad, but a vital necessity.
cautions the United States Department
of Agriculture. A good sewerage in
stallation is an asset, because it great
ly promotes the healthfulness and
wholesomeness of the farm. Moreover, I
i House
Tank.
Plans for Sewage
the benefits are far-reaching, because
farm products go into every home,
and farm and urban populations min
gle freely. Before undertaking con
struction it is best to prepare a definite
plan. Assistance und advice can lie
had from the local county agent. Such
agencies as agricultural extension
workers, state agricultural colleges,
state and local boards of health, the
United States public health service and
the United States Department of Agri
culture are all desirous of assisting the
farmer who contemplates the Installa
tion of a satisfactory sewage disposal
plant.
Size of Septic Tank.
The septic rank should be 50 to 100
or more feet from any dwelling and, if
practicable, to the leeward of prevail
ing summer breezes. The sewage dis
tribution field should be located down-
nouse sewer- fjfi - : -ZTv
STERILE SPIKELETS FOUND IN OATS
Yield Is Sometimes Much Reduced Be
cause of Condition Too Much
Moisture Is Cause.
The yield of oats is sometimes much
reduced because of the number of
sterile spikelets in the heads, and be
cause of the frequent occurrence of
this condition the United States De
partment of Agriculture conducted a
number of experiments to find the
cause and, possibly, a remedy. The
results are given in Department Bul
letin 1053, Sterility of Oats, a profes
sional paper by Charlotte Elliott.
It was at first thought that the
dumber of sterile spikelets had some
relation to the amount of halo blight
In the field, but the experiments did
not bear out the belief: The amount
of sterility seems to vary with differ
ent varieties during the same season
under similar conditions. Too much
moisture about the developing heads
is believed to be the cause, due to
rains falling about the time the oats
sheaths are ready to open. The author
suggests that if further experiments
show that year after year certain va
rieties suffer more from sterility than
YEARLY COST OF RAT
The Department of Agricul
ture figures that it costs $1.82
to keep a rat for a year. That
looks high, but If we lop off the
dollar the rat is still an expen
sive luxury. The 82 cents would
pay big interest on money In
rat-proof cribs and bins.
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AS IMPORTANT
ON FARM AS IN CITY
for Farm Septic Tank.
hill from any well or spring and, if
possible, at least 300 feet from such
water supplies. The disposal of all
sewage should be through dry, porous,
deeply drained ground. The distribu
tion of the sewage in the land should
be so apportioned that all of it is thor
oughly absorbed and oxidized. Always
lay sewers straight and below the
reach of frost, ventilate them thor
oughly and make the joints water
tight and rootproof.
Avoid Cheap Methods.
Makeshift methods, materials or de
vices should be avoided, or used spar
ingly, according to Farmers' Bulletin
1227. Sewage and Sewerage of Farm
Homes, recently Issued by the United
States Department of Agriculture.
Vent pipes should never be placed in
the tops of septic tanks or cesspools
where they are near dwelling houses.
In the construction of a sewage dis
posal plant, the siphon chamber and
siphon may be omitted in those rare
Instances where it Is feasible to dis
charge into salt water or Into a large
stream already badly polluted. Dis-
Distribution Tile
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sewer-
i Drainap
Under drain Outlet
(f necessary)
on Field
Under drain.
Distribution Fields.
posal of sewage In n running stream
should be a last resort, as such prac
tice endangers water supplies down
stream, and unless the volume and ve
locity of How are good such disposal
may be very objectionable. After a
sewage disposal plant is installed, it I
is necessary to inspect and clean it out
at regular intervals. The settling
chamber should be cleaned at least
once a year. All pipe lines below the
ground should be marked with iron or
stone markers to facilitate examina
tion, repair, or extension of the sys
tem. Every Tarmer contemplating the in
stallation of a sewage disposal plant
should secure and study this bulletin,
which can be obtained free of charge
from the division of publications. Unit
ed States Department of Agriculture,
Washington.
others, as appears to be the case, they
may be discarded and hardier ones
grown.
The bulletin may be had by address
ing the Superintendent of Public
Documents, Washington, Inclosing 10
cents.
ALFALFA IS BIG MONEY CROP
Increases Number of Animals That
Can Be Carried on Farm and
Enriches Soil.
The great benefits from alfalfa in
clude the increasing of the number of
live stock that can be carried on the
farm ; lowering the cost of feeding,
and Improving the land for following
cultivated and small grain crops. In
addition to these advantages, alfalfa
Is one of the best money crops that
can be grown under present condi
tions. From three to five tons of hay
per acre can be expected from a good
stand. At present prices for alfalfa
hay. It Is doubtful if any other gen
eral field crop can show as large a
net profit per acre as alfalfa during
the past year.
Success With Alfalfa.
AlfaTTa is being grown in every Iowa
county, according to the soils depart
ment at Iowa State college, and its
success is due to proper treatment ol
the ground before trying to plant this
legume.
Deserving of Good Soil.
Don't plant fruit trees and plants
or a garden on land that is too poor
fcr other crops. Both deserve good
land.'
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THIS IS YOUR
If you have been waiting and. hoping for the day
when you could get better tires for less money, now
is your time.
Goodyear Tires are at their best. They are bigger,
heavier, and more durable than ever. Their quality
is at its highest level.
And these better Goodyear Tires today sell for less
money than at any previous time in our history.
The prices listed below established a new low level
for Goodyears, averaging more than 60 per cent less
than the prices of Goodyear Tires in 1910.
These would be low prices for any good tires. They
are almost unbelievably low for Goodyears.
You have never had such an opportunity before to
buy fine and lasting tire performance at such low
cost. Call on your Goodyear Service Station Dealer,
and take advantage of this opportunity today.
30 x 3 Cross-Rib . -
Fabric $10.9
3d i3" All-Weather , "
Tread Fabric $ 14.75
30 x 3 ' j All-Weather t 0
Tread Cord $ 1 0.OO
Manufacturer's tjx txtra
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Guaranteed by
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Give Him Time.
A neighbor was quizzing Betty about
her new brother.
"Is your baby pretty?" she ques
tioned. "I don't 'zackly know," said Betty,
struggling between truth and loyalty.
"I dess he is going to be, but just
now he looks pretty rare done."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
JASTOBIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that it
Bears the
Signature of
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher s Castoria
As Usual.
"What are cold-storage eggs selling
for now?" "Strictly fresh, as usual."
Boston Transcript.
Fresh, sweet, white, dainty clothes
for baby, if you use Red Cross Ball
Blue. Never streaks or injures them.
All good grocers sell it Advertise
ment. A sermon that is long drawn out is
apt to be narrow.
WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
qver 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Headache . Colds Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Hxjidj "BAyer" boxes of 12 tablets Alao bottle of 24 and 1C0 Dn lit.
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32 x 4 AH-Weather
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33 x 4 All-Weather , .
Tread Cord o3.40
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In a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
Tlie same unmatched blend of
Turkish. Virginia and Burlky Tobaccos
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Soap 25c, Oictmect 25 and 50c, T!cuai 25c.
A Fresh Start.
"Jack's married."
"Got through sowing his- w
eh?"
"No, he's already Ftnrt-.
crop with his wife's inn?."
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