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CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP!
ACTS LIKEJIWE ON LIB I Guarantee ‘‘Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Doesn’t Make You Sick! Stop using calomel! It makes you =sick. Don’t lose a day’s work. If you feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti pated. listen to me! Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. ■Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile, crashes into It, breaking It up. This is when you feel that aw ful nausea and cramping. If you feel “all knocked out," if your liver is tor pid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath la bad or stomach sour just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson’s Liver Tone. ~ Here’s ray guarantee —Go to any ■drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone. Take a Nervous Women Find Sure Relief in stella™ 2 g Nervousness ia one of the most g 2 certain signs of derangement or & 1 weakness of the female organs, t, J Do you get “fidgety'* or upset g when things go wrong? Do you £ £ often feel as if your nerves were lon edge? Are you depressed and I irritable? You chould go right to the root of the trouble and sup- $ ply a tonic that will restore your I fenrnine organs to their normal g S condition. Stella-Vitae has been j* | a godsend to thousands of nervous, £ £ worn-out, discouraged women. 1c | is guaranteed to help you. You | need risk nothing. Buy a bottle qg | from your dealer, and if you are n 'a not benefited ha will give you 3 your money back. $1 a bottle at fe | your nearest dealer’s. * T';::f:cr Ksdscins Cos. Chattaacsp, Tena. | FREE! FREE! FREES The Troubles of Mr. Noah Funny little booklet tells bow Black Flag rid Mr. Noah of his troubles and made him happy. Also Japhet and the Canary as well as Ham and the Dromedary. A copy is yours for the asking. Send name and address on post card today and get it by return mail. Ad dress Gilpin,Langdon &Company Established 1545. BALTIMORE. MD A TTT’Vf A xrrh Kidney trouble preys i lib -kkrXJJf U pon the mind, dis- Wf courages and lessens TV , 1 ambition; beauty, vig or and cheerfulness often disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. For good results use Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy. A; druggists. Sample size bottle by Par cel Post, also pamphlet. Address Dr. Kilmer & Cos., Binghamton, N. Y.. and enclose ten cents. When writ ing mention this paper. tuffs Pills The first dose often astonishes the invalid, giving elasticity of mind, buoyancy of body GOOD DIGESTION, ■regular bowels and solid flesh. Price, 25 cts. Keismsih’s _]DLLT©N!C Sold .'or 4" years. For Malaria,Chills and Fever. Also a Fine Gt?reral Strengthening Tonic. ao °SSStSSj: mM TA CI’JC PftCTf iDIK 2 good books, 84formulas; 1U tint ruoltAKl/O BigmaiLnillOc postpaid, i'aiuil) Herald, 5412 Poydras St., Los Angeles, Calif. For Yfiiir Farm business or other property, .asii ior i our t arm \\ r ue. s. Kieka-. 5 ->. st. lmu. Quite Familiar. She (thoughtfully)—Did you ever think much about reincarnation, dear? TS (otherwise) —Think about it? I cat it nearly every day—only we call it hash. —Tiger. F R ECKLE S Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots. There's no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription othine —double strength—is guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply pet an ounce of othine—double strength—from your druggist, and apply a little of It night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom Lhat more than one ounce ia needed to com pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful •clear complexion. Se sure to ask for the double strength othine, as this Is sold under guarantee of money back if It fails to remove freckles. — Adv. Fruit Farming In South Africa. Fruit farming is making rapid prog ress in South Africa. A good orchard tractor is one of the things needed. George Hell of Bellaire, 0., says: ‘1 have used Hanford’s Balsam of Myrrh for soft rotting frog In horse’s feet and find it to be a valuable article." Adv. A man can’t understand why all ■women don’t get stuck on him. For fouls In cattle use Hanford’s Balsam of Myrrh. Adv. The average man loses a lot of money in trying to save it. spoonful and if it doesn’t straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dod son’s Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it cannot salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson’s Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and consti pated waste which is clogging your system and making you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone will keep your entire fam ily feeling fine for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn’t gripe and they like its pleasant taste. —Adv. Some men wouldn’t take advice if j it were offered to them in capusles. | DEATH LURKS IN A WEAK HEART, j so on first symptoms use “Renovine” | and be cured. Delay and pay the awful ; penalty. “Renovine” is the heart’s remedy. Price SI.OO and 50c. —Adv. When a man says a bright thing ; he nearly always forgets the quota j tion marks. ALLEN’S FOOT-EASE FOR THE TROOPS Many war zone hospitals have ordered Allen’s Foot-Easa, the antiseptic powder, (or use among the troops. Shaken into the shoes and used in the ioot-bath. Alien’s Foot-Ease gives rest and comfort and makes walking a delight. Sold every where, 25c. Try it today. Adv. Many a man who takes himself seri ously is considered a joke by his neighbors. The Strong Withstand the Heat of Summer Better Than the Weak Old people who are feeble, and younger people who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to go through the depress ing heat of summer by taking regularly Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purities and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. 50c The average woman worries more about her complexion than she does about her prospective harp and crown. RESINOL SPEEDILY HEALS ITCHING, BURNING SKINS Usually resinol ointment, with res inol soap, stops itching at once, quickly and easily heals distressing cases of eczema, rash, ringworm, tetter or simi lar tormenting skin or scalp eruptions, and clears away pimples, redness, roughness, and dandruff, when other treatments have proven useless. Physicians have prescribed resinol for twenty years, while thousands whose skins have been healed say, “What resinol did for us it will do for you.” Try it! All druggists sell resi nol soap and resinol ointment. —Adv. Couldn’t Waste Them. “How would you like to go with me on a fishing trip in a few’ weeks?” the fat plumber asked his friend, the thin carpenter. “I’d like it all right.” the carpenter returned, “but I am afraid it is out cf the question.” “Why?” “I couldn’t think of an excuse to give my wife for going out of town at this time.” "Haven’t you any good excuse at all?” “Yes, but I don’t want to use them just now.” “Why not?” “Well, to tell the truth, I am saving them up for housecleaning time.” Not Exactly Comforting Scripture. At the anniversary meeting of the Bible Reading association Rev. W. Y, Fullerton of the Baptist Missionary so ciety told a story to illustrate the fact that some people needed guidance in the selection of their Bible reading. According to the Westminster Gazette, the story was a reminiscence of Mr. Fullerton’s mission days, when a man came to one of his meetings and told of his efforts to comfort hiS wife as she lay upon the sickbed. “I read to her every night,” he said. “What did you read to her?” asked the missionary. “Well,” said the man, “I began at the first chapter of the Book of Prov erbs, and when I had finished the book she died!” “He who has health „ has hope. And he who has hope has everything.” (Arabian Proverb) Sound health is largely a matter of proper food— which must include certain mineral elements best de rived from the field grains, but lacking in many foods. Grape-Nuts made of whole wheat and malted barley, supplies all the rich nourishment *of the grains, including their vital mineral salts —phos - phate of potash, etc., most necessary for building and energizing the mental and physical forces. “There’s a Reason” 1 Sold by Grocer, everywhere, j __ . _ j USE COTTONSEED MEAL AS FERTILIZER [ I fjfft Loading Cottonseed Meat. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) At the present time, when potash in the form of salts is practically unob tainable and when both nitrogen and acid phosphate have advanced in price because of the use of nitrates ana sul phuric acid for munition purposes, cottonseed meal, which carries all three of the fertilizing elements, be comes of great importance. In recent years Immense quantities of this ma terial have gone into fertilizers, ap proximately 1,000.000 tons having been so used in 1913. Cottonseed meal, the residue after the oil has been extracted from cot tonseed, is a dry. yellowish powder, having excellent mechanical properties for fertilizer mixtures, and contains about 6.5 per cent of nitrogen, 2 per cent of phosphoric acid and 2 per cent of potash. It is, therefore, according to specialists of the United States de partment of agriculture, primarily a nitrogenous fertilizer, but under pres ent conditions its potash content is highly Important and is a decided fac tor in determining the price at which the material is sold. In practice, cottonseed meal should be mixed with other ingredients. Most of the formulas heretofore published have advocated various proportions of acid phosphate and muriate of potash in combination with cottonseed meal. Muriate of potash is to all Intents and purposes unobtainable this year and must be omitted from present consid eration. If 1,000 pounds of cottonseed meal and 1,000 pounds of acid phos phate are mixed, however, a ton of material results which contains about 180 pounds of phosphoric acid, 65 pounds of nitrogen and 20 pounds of —— Typical Wharf Scene in REDUCE ACREAGE OF COTTON Difficulties of Getting Staple Shipped Abroad Are Increasing—Raise More Food Crops. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal declares that “if the Southern farmer is even moderately wise he will reduce his cotton acreage from last year, rath er than increase it.” It points out that the difficulties of getting cotton abroad are steadily increasing, and adds: “On the other hand, the demand for good crops bids fair to increase. Corn and wheat and oats, hogs and cows and chickens bid fair to be even higher next fall than they have been before. Foreign nations can and will have these products, and we also have 100,000,000 people in this country to feed. In other words, the outlook is bullish on everything to eat. While it may not be decidedly bearish on cotton, it can easily be made so with a big yield this year. “If farmers of the South increase their cotton acreage this year at the expense of feed and food crops they will buy food this fall at record high prices and pay for it out of low priced cotton.” MIXED FARMING PAYS BEST Rational Diversification of Products is Biggest Single Factor in Soil Rejuvenation. The rational diversification of farm products is the biggest single factor in soil rejuvenation and maintenance, In the eradication and prevention of soil and crop pests; in insurance against much of the loss and vicissi tudes of uncertain seasons, weather and markets. “Put not all thine eggs in one basket.” TOP BUDDING PECAN TREES Saw Off Main Trunk So as to Leave Five or Six Branches—New Shoots Form on Stubs. Cut back old seedling pecan trees for top budding during the coming summer. Saw off -he main trunk so as to leave five or six branches, and cut these back to stubs 8 to 10 Inches In length. New shoots form on the stubs, which, by the middle of sum mer, will be ready to be budded. Term for Renting Farm. Sometimes it is pretty hard work to decide what to do about renting the farm for a term of years, for fear ei ther party may make a mistake. Both parties should be square and do the right thing in every spot and place. Then the length of the contract is of very little consequence. The longer the better. Beat of Disinfectants. Sunshine Is one of the best of dis infectants for the poultry house- It Is a foe to mites. THE SIA TOAST ECHO, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISSISSIPPI potash. This Is about 9 per cent phos phoric acid, 3.25 per cent nitrogen and 1 per cent potash, and makes a very satisfactory mixture for many soils where field crops are to be grown. For trucking and gardening present practice demands a higher content of potash, and the mixture may be sup plemented by the application of un leached wood ashes if obtainable. Nitrogen in cottonseed meal is not so quickly available as when applied in the form of nitrate, but on the other hand Is not so likely to be leached out in times of heavy rainfall. In light sandy soils, w’here leaching is rapid, the use of organic material such as cottonseed meal is to be preferred in supplying the necessary nitrogen. De cay of the organic material liberates the nitrogen gradually and there is much less danger of loss than Is the case when soluble salts, like Chilean nitrate, are used. Most of the mineral ingredients in cottonseed meal are recovered in the manure if the material is used as a cattle feed. The most economical use of cottonseed meal is, therefore, to feed it and apply the manure to the land. In this way the material is made to serve a double purpose. European dairymen have for some years bought large quantities of American cotton seed meal for feeding purposes. As the live stock industry develops in our southern states doubtless an increas ing amount of this material will be di verted from the fertilizer trade for use as stock feed, and at present wher ever possible the practice of feeding the meal and using the manure for fertilizer should be followed, rather than the direct application of the cot tonseed meal to the land. MULES BETTER THAN HORSES Less Subject to Accidents and Injury —More Inclined to Take Care of His Own Interests. Mules are said by some to be hard ier than horses. Because of the mule’s disposition it is probably true that he is inclined to take care of his own in terests somewhat better than the aver age horse. He probably exerts less energy in fretting than does the horse. As to whether or not he can stand more actual work than a horse of simi lar type, weight and condition is still a question. Mules are said to be less subject to accidents and Injury. Insignificant blemishes on mules affect their value less than .the same blemish on horses. Because of the mule’s ability to care for himself he shows somewhat less tendency to get into trouble when in pasture or in accidents of various sorts. COTTON IS MOST ESSENTIAL Wonderful Product Is the Basis of All High Explosives—Makes Modern Warfare Terrible. Next to air, water and food, there Is probably nothing more essential to man’s existence in the wmy civiliza tion prescribes than cotton. A bit of the “Irony of the gods” s found in the fact that while war has demoralized the cotton industry, yet without cotton there could be no war. Not a single modern gun could be fired, not a bat tleship sail nor an army be put in mo tion without this wonderful product of the modest cotton plant, for its fruit is the basis of all high explosives and smokeless powder. A worship is a floating cotton mill, from the suits of its Jack Tars to the grim shells ready as fuel for the mighty guns that make modern warfare so terrible.—Ranch and Range. KILLING FLEAS ON CHICKENS Grease Face With Little 33 Per Cent Mercurial Ointment and Disin fect Roosting House. Fleas on chickens can be killed by greasing the a little 33 per cent mercurial ointment and sprink ling the sand where the chickens roost with a solution of kerosene and soap, or other disinfectants. Poor Marketing Methods. The farmer is himself a manufac turer, but when the manner of selling his products is observed the conclu sion is formed that his marketing methods are not worthy of the name, as they consist chiefly of “dumping” rather than of marketing. Clear idea of Breeding. We need to have a clear idea of what breeding does, of what feeding does, of what care and environment do, if we secure and maintain a profit able dairy herd. POULTRY TOTS POPULAR BREEDS FOR MEAI Brahmas. Cochins and Langshans Are Named as Being Among Best Ail* Around Heavyweights. The best all-around heavyweight fowl for the production of large broilers and medium and heavy roasters and capons is the Brahma. The Cochins and Lang shans are also excellent meat breeds. The Light Brahma has been the most popular, but the Dark Brahma at Its best is fully as good. Both can be bred with the greatest amount of <^****e ** e e^j\ /; if' - ■ s ’ -■ . Partridge Cock. breast meat, because they have natur ally long breasts with great width be tween the thighs. These qualities can be improved by carefully selecting breeding stock, us ing only hens that are of heavy ■weight, with great length of body, con siderable width between the thighs and long breast bones. The males used should be cockerels of the same type, but with a little more length of leg. Both males and females should be close feathered, with scant hock, leg and toe feathering. Brahmas of this type were great favorites a few years ago for market poultry. They were partly lost sight of for some time, but are again being bred to some extent in the poultry districts of New England. TIME FOR PROPER HATCHING Character of Range Must Ee Consid ered —Confined Fowls Do Not Develop Very Rapidly. Growing chicks that have, during the summer, been provided with an abundance of range, shade and green food will grow much more rapidly and more evenly than those crowded into small bare yards. The character of the range must, therefore, be con sidered in deciding on the time for proper hatching. If the chicks are hatched too early they are apt to go into a fall molt af ter laying a few eggs in the summer, and are not likely to resume laying again until well into the winter, or after one or more of the most profita ble laying months have passed. On the other hand, they should be hatched early enough to allow a suffi cient time for normal maturity be fore the coming of cold weather in the fall. PRACTICAL EGG-CASE FILLER Much Loss Caused fay Breakage Where Too Much Space Is Allowed —Defect Is Overcome. It is said that the breakage is from 3 to 9 per cent when eggs are packed in the ordinary fillers, because too much space is allowed for each egg and the partitions are insufficiently elastic. In this scheme the flat sheets [+ T-h -h +•+ I 4 t lYy. fx t f'f++ + + 4 ****** ***** * ‘ X v X xX X X ' f x x x x~x x Egg-Case Filler. separating the layers are slit so that under the center of each egg compart ment there is a series of radiating tongues, long enough to yield under ordinary shock, but stiff enough to re main in substantially the same plane. In the right-hand figure we show three different ways of making the slits. — Independent Farmer. Don’t Mix. Poultry of different ages and breeds. Eggs of different sizes, ages and colors. The market pays from two to eight cents more for eggs of uniform size, color and quality. Keep Complete Records. Keep a record of your flock the year round. It is the only way to find how much money they are earning. Charge yourself a reasonable price for all the eggs you use. Mating of Geese. A mating of geese can be continued for seven or eight years without a change. Hens Pay for Nests. Hens like clean, comfortable, dark nests. The hens reward us well if provided with them. Poor Place for Roosting. Do not let the hens roost in the cow barn, Implement house, or other out* buildings. Good Shipping Parcels. If you are shipping hens to town it will pay you to get good shipping par cels. They are cheap. When Puiiets Lay. Asa usual thing chickens do not lay until they are ten or twelve months old. WOMAN’S CROWNING GLORY 3 her hair. If yours is streaked with igly, grizzly, gray hairs, use “La Cre ile” Hair Dressing and change it in he natural way. Price SI.OO. —Adv. For a real likeness of yourself, the modern photograph isn’t in it with the old-fashioned tintype. NOTHING SO EFFECTIVE AS ELIXIR BABKK For Malaria, Ctallla A Fever. Chief of Police, J. W. Reynolds, Newport Ne its, V. , says: “It ia a pleasure to recommend llsbflk for chills and fever. Have used it when accessary for SO years and have found no remedy is effect! ve.” Elixir Babtk .50 cents, all drug gists, or by Parcel Post, prepaid, from Kioczew ,ki A Cos., Washington. D. C. A Good More—Babek Liver Pills. 10 pills • • • • M cents Unprotected. The Eagle—They are going to estab lish a bird sanctuary. The Turkey—Nothing doing for me. There Is No Art in Taking Medicine. Just follow directions on every bot tle of “Plantation” Chill Tonic and see how quickly those dreadful chills will leave you. It leaves the liver in healthy condition and yet contains no Calomel. Price 50c. —Adv. Unassisted. “I hear that poor Blank died with out the aid of a doctor.” “Yes, he managed it alone, poor chap.” DON’T LOSE YOUR HAIR Prevent It by Using Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. If your scalp is irritated, itching and burning and your hair dry and falling out in handfuls try the following treat ment: touch spots of dandruff and itching with Cuticura Ointment and follow with hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Absolutely nothing better. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard. Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere. —Adv. Too Much for Him. She —Can you manage a typewriter? He —not the one I married. —Mostou Evening Transcript. TRr DARKENING YOUR GRAY HAIR WITHOUT DYES Shampoo your hair and scalp each morning for about a week with Q-ban Hair Jolor Restorer. If your hair is gray, streaked with gray, prematurely gray or faded, brittle, thin or falling, all ymrr hair will then be beautifully darkened and to such a natural, even dark shade no one would suspect that you had applied Q-Ban. Q-Ban is no dye, perfectly harmless, but makes all your hair soft, fluffy, thick, with that lustrous dark shimmer which makes your hair so fascinating. Big bottle sent prepaid or sold by druggists for 50c. Address Q-Bau Laboratories, Mem' phis, Tenn. —Adv. The mind cure may be all right— but the patient must have a mind of his own to start with. After a hard’s day’s work if your horse seems lame, rub on thoroughly Hanford’s Balsam of Myrrh and the soreness will soon disappear. Adv. Don’t blame a girl for assuming a striking attitude when she’s trying to make a hit. James Miller of Pottstown, Pa., cured a horse of pollevil with three bottles of Hanford’s Balsam. He says: “The veterinarians had been trying to cure the horse for seven years.” Adv. You never hear a dressmaker say that figures cannot lie. FITS, EPII.FPSY, FALLING SICKNESS ■stopped Quickly. Flrty years of nnlnterrupted Pxccess of hr. Kline’s Epifepsv Medicine insures astinii results. Larsk Trial Bottle Free. 1 * It. KLINE COMPANY, lied Bank, N. J.-Adv. Some men can’t even believe a sin gle word they say. STOP THOSE SHARP SHOOTING PAINS “I'emenina” is the wonder worker for all Eemaie disorders. Price §i,ooandsoc. Adv The chronic borrower is naturally a trifle touchy. For calks use Hanford’s Balsam. Adv. Hard hitters are usually poor quit ters. S*V ! For Infants and Children. | ir “ 1 1 ,r II _ SSj Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ' CENT j pt/ n\. AVegctableFroparafionlbrAs- 8 "Rno-MQ fin a f i Lllu & JT| || }jf*X ting the Stomachs and Bowels of !| , t / / |jP IjsaSignature /XJT ' Promotes Digestion. Cheerfu- / l\ , •rc ness and Rest.Contaias neither ''l |ly I f . Opium. Morphine nor Mineral 4 iv |r>J Not Narcotic. 4 \/V^ , [Sr todpeofOX Dr.SiiLU PflUftff IIT f :.£ V Pumph* S**d ~ . |/| ■ 6w5 AJx Senna * \ A I )>tp Ho<MUc 1 Ja M f Ct f ff\ | || I Ppp*rmisil \ I I I (I o*, Bi^lariofuiUScda- f 11 lit Kbrmsw I 11 * nr P ■ ;jj I |jp 'caf A perfect Remedy for ConsfTpa- B U fy ’‘ Jl# w -hiS lion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhea, I lIT _ 'll* Worms. Feverishness and \ \ 1| L#% HR if ft P >EoS Lossof Sleep. \J9 fOIU VOl ojcO fac simile Signal ureof $ J^SSL. Thirty Years S4 NEW "YORK. J ggCASHRIA * Ex net Copy of Wrapper tm e*nrMMimm. nw yo*k m. YOUNG WOMEN MAY AVOID PAIN Need Only Trust to Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound, says Mrs. Kurtzweg. Buffalo, N.Y.—“ My daughter, whos picture is herewith, was much troubled ■with pains in her month and the/ would sometimes be so bad that it would seem like acute in* flanimation of some organ. She read your advertisement in the newspapers and tried Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege table Compound. She praises it highly as she has been relieved of all these pains by its use. All mothers should know of this remedy, and all young girls who suffer should try it.”—Mrs. Matilda Kurtzweg, 529 High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion, should take Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been re stored to health by this root and herb remedy. If you know of any young wo man who Is sick and needs help ful advice, ask her to write to tho Lydia E.Pinkham Medicine Cos., Lynn, Mass. Only women will receive her letter, and it will bo held in strictest confidence. Lots of men are lenient with them selves because of their belief that charity begins at home. A FRIEND IN NEED. For instant relief and speedy cure use “Mississippi” Diarrhoea Cordial. Price 50c and 25c. —Adv. The rolling man gathers no bank roll. Rest Those Worn Nerves I Don’t give up. When you feel I all unstrung, when family cares I seem too hard lo bear, and back | ache, dizzy headaches and irrcgu | lar kidney action mystify you, re member that such troubles often come from weak kidneys and it may be that you only need Doan’s Kidney Pills to make you well. Don’t delay. Profit by other peo ple’s experiences. An Alabama Case 1 Mrs. J. T. Berry, "Every I SIS \V. I* on and St.. Wrfttr* i Decatur, Ala., starv '• says: “Grip disor dored my kidneys and I began tu suf- / -jh' <•! / :> Nv fer from hack-a[Vx ache. 1 could hard- if*l ly get out of bed J jy, 1 mornings and af- UVVVfeA ter sitting I got so ft st if f, It was hard >£ for me to en. I had bad dlz-yT j zy spells and theV \ K L kidney seer etlomriu \y \ I passed too freely. • i * Doan’s Kidney Pills fixed me up In good shape and I have been free from kidney trouble since.” Gt Donn'e at Any Store, 60c e Bex DOAN’S VSILV tOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. Ked Man’s Liniment It ytes to the spot ond hrm; r s soot hing relief. Makes muscles limber up; oils the Joints; makes you forget your troubles in no time. Nothing equals "Red Man's Liniment” for relieving Kheiimaiigm, Lnm bago. Headache, Neuralgia, Pains In buck or chest; still joints, sprains, bruises and Inflammation; good for man or bca-st. It penetrates: does jest what, la needed for livening up tho circulation and building np your system. It does not bum or blitter, hr.t cer tainly does tho business better than anything we ever knew of. Acts like Magic Balm. Never falls. Sold In 25c, 50c and SI.OO bottles. Try a bot.t.e Money back if not satisfied. SOI'THKRN KKMEUT CO.. 600 3rd Ave., North, NaahvlUe, Teiuu Kill Ail Flies! ’SUST Placed anywhere, Dalay Fly KllUr attract* and kills all file*. Neat, clean, ornamental, convenient, and cheap. fawtaallmuoa. Mad* '-h C|jri' f ,piijee Sold fey floater*. nr fl .rot —-—■ - ~ f fax ynesld, 11.04. HAROLD SOMERS, 150 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. BAY RUM WATER —Mai. rscll elm piy add a 10 cent bottle of Concentrated Huy Hum Extract to One Quart of pur- wa ter Fragrant, refreshing. GRAYSON 11. BROWN, r. O. Box 33!). New Orleans, fa. M A NDF A CTITf? F your own goods to tell. For- WlrtlxCrl Civil mulas and instructions with big money making propositions. \Viil-li->w you bow. hhenangu Valley Supply Hou.e, 8)4 X. Main htrrrt, Sharon, Pa. W. N. U., Birmingham, No. 22-1916.