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CALOMEL IS MEBCUÜY, IT SICKENS!
Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Constipated Take "Dodson's You're bilious! Your liver is slug gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your bead Is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach sour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you sick, you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into Bour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp ing. If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced Just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-eent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your spoonful your • • _ wa ïnffuenze. Pink snipping Fever • O nose and ' throat diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed,'' ke pt from h aving any of these diseases with SPOHJTS DISTEMPER COMPOUrn Three to six doses often cure a case. One 50-cent bottle guaranteed to do so. Best thing for brood mares; acts on the blood. 60c a bottle, 16 dozen bottles. Druggists and harness shops or manu facturers sell it. Agents wanted. SPOH2V MEDICAL CO, Chemists, Goshen, lath, IT. & A. X O Z ifl o A O ft & Just to Show Them. So you have been on a visit to your boyhood home?" "Yes," replied the prosperous-looking citizen. How dear to my heart are the scenes of ray childhood when fond rec ollection presents them to view. "I know that's what the poet wrote, but my principal object in going back was to show the people there that *that dirty-faced good-for-nothing Johnson boy' has amounted to something in the world." 4« I » » 4L I* 1 No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Get a 10-cent box. Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Ca8carets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters? \ Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarets thoroughly cleanse and reg ulate the stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep—never gripe, sicken or cause any inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. no for in of The man who is In touch with the toothache is out of sympathy with it. ing not 8TOP THOSE SHARP SHOOTING PAINS "Femenina" is the wonder worker for all female disorders. Price $x .00 and 50c. Adv. A danger signal has been devised to warn of overhead perils. Feel Achy All Over ? cal than the both will To ache all over in damp weath er, or after taking a cold, isn't nat ural, and often indicates kidney weakness. Uric acid causes many queer aches, pains and disorders of the organs. Well kidneys keep uric acid down. Tired, dizzy, nervous people would do well to try Doan's Kidney Pills. They stimulate the kidneys to activity and so help clear the blood of irritating poisons. Â Mississippi Case Mrs. J, M. Huffman, 209 S. James St., Aber deen, Miss., says: "My system was poisoned by uric acid and my back grew weak and painful. My limbs » swelled almost twice " their normal size and I was confined to bed ' for four months. Doc tors' treatment failed and finally I took Doan's Kidney Pills. They acted on my kid neys and continued use restored me to good health. Get Dou'i at Aar Store. SOc • B«x KIDNEY PX 1*1*9 FOSTEEMUURN CO- BUFFALO. ML Y. iKSrl ■ DOAN'S her Figs" and little out the touL els, again. of ber, Syrup cent Figs,'-' printed Rats Ara Dangerous Kill Theta By Deine STEARNS' ELECTRIC PISTE Ü. 8. Government Buys It Flour Is High Wfty Mot Uvm Bottom Sovo Mono y Too 7 Grind your own wheat Into best Whole Wheat •r Graham Floor. Your doctor knows how healthy these are. Make the Best Corn Meal, old-fashioned sort yoo can't boy at any price. Do all sorts of «rinding, coarse or fine with r. the BLACK HAWK GRIST MILL Will Seed d»«, Chariss Prepaid Far $3.00 WRITE FOB CIRCULARS A H. PATCH, Iac^ Clarksville, Tsu. Established 1885 Vm lawritf aai I* Makar a( Mack lari Cara «Man. 4WW praparattoa of aurtt BMpako aradioat* daodraff. _ FWl U aaari — Cafar—d "Tgffifcrg&a ?» of GALLSTONES small Your Liver 1s Sluggish or Bowels Liver Tone."—It's Fine! I sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's Diver Tone is real liver medicine. You'll know it »ext morn ing because you will wake up feeling fine, your .liver will be working, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless and can not salivate. Give it to your children! Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous cal omel now. Yout druggist will tell you that the sale of calomel is . almost stopped entirely here.—Adv. CO, Chemists, Goshen, lath, IT. & A. your Nearly all men are suspicious and nearly all women are superstitious. A torpid liver condition prevents proper food assimilation. Tone up your liver with Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. They act gently and surely. Adv. the rec the Note the evil results of smoking as illustrated by the volcano; It constant ly suffers from eruptions. Anurie eures Backache, Lumbago, Rheumatism. Send 10c. Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for large trial package.— Adv. A woman always thinks she is bet ter than other women and a man thinks he's no worse than other men. it ed The Quinine Thet Does Not Affect The Heed geeaoM of its tonic and laxative effect. Leisure Broino Quinine esn be taken by anyone without causing nerroasness or ringing in the bead There Is only one "Bromo Quinine." U. wTqBOVB'B signature U on each box. Mo. Its Sort. Good story this about the rattle snake, wasn't it? Yes; rattling good story. ' • If a or a STOP THAT HACKING COUGH. Mansfield (formerly Hungarian) Cough Balsam heals the inflamed and lacerated membranes and quiets the tickling nerves that lie underneath the infected portions. Invaluable for ba bies. Price 25c and 50c.—Adv. Real Helpmeet. "Does your wife assist you with your work?" queried the horse reporter. "I see her at your desk quite often. "Yes," replied the self-confessed hu morist. " She destroys all my wife and mother-in-law jokes. : Just for Show. Why does Mr. Grabcoin give a mu sicale once or twice a year? She has no taste for music." That's true, but Mrs. Grabcoin is the only woman in our town who can afford to pay a grand opera star $1,000 for two or three songs and she feels in duty bound to remind her neighbors of that fact. ■ in duty bound to remind her neighbors of that fact. ■ ACTRESS TELLS SECRET. A well known actress gives the follow ing recipe for gray hair: To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and % qs. Any druggist can put this'll mix it at home at very little cost Full directions for making and use*come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. It will not color the scalp, la not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. Adv. of glycerin, p or you bin Good Resulting From War. Carlyle has said somewhere thw| civ ilization rides on a gun carriage. So does the genius of public health. The Spanish war initiated, through its medi cal officers, another war—the one with yellow fever. The battle against 1 ty phoid was waged more vigorously and systematically in the American army than anywhere else. The building of the Panama canal, largely for naval purposes, completed the conquest of both yellow fever and typhoid. The number of lives which have been and will be saved by these two victories of science undoubtedly exceeds many times all the losses of the present war. FRUIT LAXATIVE "California Syrup of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with out griping. When cross, irritable, feverish, ox breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother ! If coaled, give a teaspoon ful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the touL constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow els, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic—remem ber, a good "inside cleaning" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers -keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask at the store for a 50 cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,'-' which has directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Adv. The prune crop of the whole state of California is valued at $9,500,000. Moth and butterfly eggs look like small but fancy pieces of candy. FARM LOAN ACT. tl. How the Farmers May Take Advantage of It. (By Frank R. Wilson, federal loan bu reau, Washington, D. C.) Only farmers or prospective farmers who wish to borrow money may join the national farm loan associations provided under the federal farm loan I act. It takes ten or more to make up one ef these associations. If a fanner wishes to borrow he should find out if such an association has been formed in his community. If it has, he should make application to the secretary-treasurer for member ship. If bo association has been formed, be should attempt to get ten or more farmers who wish to borrow, to meet for the purpose of organizing. The process of organization is very simple. One of the members should write to the federal farm loan board, Washington, D. C„ for blank articles of Association. When they have been received a meeting of the prospective borrowers should be called and these articles of association should be adopt ed, signed, and acknowledged by each member. Each member will indicate the amount he wishes to borrow and the value and description of the land he wishes to use as security. This association elects five or more directors, and these directors then elect a president, * vice president, a secretary-treasurer, and a loan com mittee of three members. This is as far as the association can go until after the federal land bank of that district is established. Then, upon application, the federal land bank will furnish the local association with a blank application for charter, which should be filled out and filed with the federal land bank, along with the tides of association. Land« of Members Valued. These documents should be of — In 1« ar T accom panied by a written, unanimous report of the loan committee placing a valua tion on the lands of each of the mem bers. Then the appraiser of the federal land bank- will come to inspect the lands of the members and O. K. reject the valuation prepared by the loan committee. No one farmer may borrow than $10,000 nor less than $100. No motional farm lo#n association may start with less than $20,000 of loans. Each member joining the local asso ciation must buy stock in the associa tion equal to 5 per cent of the amount he borrows. If he borrows $1,000 he will get $050 in cash and a certificate of stock for $50. Or he may make his loan $1,050 and thus have a net loan of $1,000, taking as long a time to repay the $50 Invested in stock as on the thousand borrowed. This Invest ment Is for the purpose of providing the increasing capital of the federal land bank, and the local association invests it in the land bank stock. The borrower will get his money back when he pays off his mortgages, and will get what dividends It earns while it is invested. Why They Are Grouped. Now, what is the object of requiring the borrowers to thus group themselves into loan associations? Primarily, that the loan associations or more In on city The is L other Primarily, that the loan associations may eventually own the federal land banks. This is a co-operative banking sys tem, and machinery must be provid ed for the government of the banks. Each of the local loan associations has a vote In the election of the directors in one of the federal land banks. The loan committee, provided by the local association, Is the agency for the valu ation of the lands. The board of di rectors of the local association ndmits or rejects new members, according to their wishes. But most Important of all, since this system Is co-operative, the borrowers must provide the money for the increasing capital of the bank —and they do this by Investing in the local associations. Loans made under this system may not exceed 50 per cent of the praised value of the land used as curity, and 20 per cent of the ap praised value of the permanent, in sured Improvements thereon. Non-land owners may become bers of an association by indicating In their application what land they expect to come Into possession of and against which the mortgage will be placed. can of of In or ap se mem Paintings Under Whitewash. Mural paintings by Charles Le Brun, the seventeenth century painter, have been discovered under a coat of whitewash at Versailles palace. The wall on which Le Brun worked formed part of a guardroom, but at the request of Mme. de Pompadour some alterations were made in 1749, and this portion of the wall was taken into a set of private apartments made for her, so that she might be nearer the rooms occupied by Louis XV. The wall was whitewashed in Louis Philippe's time. The paintings are two large figures of Hercules and Min erva. June Days and March Days, gtude (facetiously)—This steak Is like a day in June, Mrs. Bordem— very rare. Landlady (crustily) — And your board bill is like March weather—ab ways unsettled.—Punch BowL so. » Too Willing. Tons—I wonder why Harry broko his engagement with Miss Peckem? Jack—According to my information, her father offered to lend him money enough to get married on,—Indianapo lis Star. ' How They Sleep. The butterfly, like the bat, invari ably sleeps with Its head down on the stem of the blade of grass on which it rests. in Leads in Popularity. The most popular female in the United States is the blond lady whose face adorns the $20 gold piece. The Phunny Physician. A physician is a man who tells you you need change and then takes all you have.—Boston Transcript Happenings in the Metropolis bu join a has it to ten a — —-- -- - ... --- in i rnnmn ia n i iiuw i w ■ United States Vaults in New York Full of Gold N EW YORK.—There Is about seven hundred millions of gold bullion and coin that the assay office in New York city has been unable to safeguard because of its lack of facilities, and which it has put into the custcûy of the subtreasury, its next-door neighbor. In the subtreasury the boxes contain ing this fortune are piled so high and take so much room that only n canyon between is left as an aisle for those who must walk through the vault. The congestion is unprecedented. Besides, there is no responsibility 1« the subtreasurer for the safety of the gold. The director of the mint and his subordinates in charge of the assay office are bonded to insure the safety of precious metals in their custody. m ! 0 vY o 0 ùs. 0 O Z-.tr And, furthermore, apparently, the subtreasurer here is not de lighted with the custody of all this wealth, even though he is not directly responsible. So arrangements are to be made to restore the gold to the enstody of the mint. Assistant Secretary Vogel of the New York subtreasury has arranged with Supt. Adam Joyce of the Philadelphia mint to take at least $600,000,000 of gold into his charge. There is already stored in the mint at Philadelphia over $470,000,000 in gold bricks. The increment from New York will mean that an additional billion dollars in gold will be together in one place. An Idea of Just how much gold Is involved may be gained from the fact that a gold brick two inches thick, three and one-half inches wide and nine inches long is worth $8.000. In $1,000,000,000 there would be about 125,000 of these gold bricks. If placed end to end, they would stretch 18 miles. If they were bricks of clay, they would fill 55 wagons, put no wagon would be strong enough to carry the weight of a wagonload of gold. Staten Island Now Threatens to Join New Jersey T HREATS of secession not only from New York city, but from the state growing In foree and vigor on Staten Island, the death of a child from diphtheria after having waited for an ambulance from Manhattan serving the last straw. Demands are made têt fu GET an Investigation as to why the con tagious disease ambulance service in the borough of Richmond was discon tinued a year ago by the department of health. The residents are organizing a de mand that the borough either shall re ceive complete political autonomy or else be allowed to become part of New L Jersey. are as & , , , 1« • 4 « $ 111 They have never benefited from be .Ing a part of New York city, say the residents, except in being connected with the Catskill water system, and even In that case they have not been served, as the water has not yet been turned on. The latest grievance—the abolition of the ambulance service for tagious disease—following upon the city's attempt to place a garbage plant on Staten Island and the island's Joining with New Jersey cities in the ferential rate fight, has fomented a spirit of rebellion not unmlxed with desire for retaliation upon the authorities who are responsible. In addition to the abolition of the ambulance service, residents of Staten Island have heard that the sterilization and fumigation plant erected by the city Is to be abandoned, as the cost of upkeep has been reported excessive. The matter of taking persons with contagious diseases on public ferryboats is expected to be attorney of Richm con pre a foul sin" all the and achs in it ade a subject for inquiry by Albert C. Fach, district borough. $ r New Yorkers Must Go Far to Locate a Mail Box L uc'ATiiNti a mail box in the streets of New York is like finding a needle in a haystack. On Broadway there are only two mail boxes between Twenty-eighth and Forty-seventh streets. The same condition prevails other prominent thoroughfares. There are but 3,047 street letter boxes In the entire city, when at least 10,000 are needed. oa WALKED HO BLOCKS Atf NOT A MAW BOX Id sm TFT L~-! j-#J In n !»! ,0d Postmaster Edward M. Morgan " says It Is not the fault of the post = office department. "If we could have our way," he said, "there would be let ter boxes at every prominent corner in the city and every place where they are needed. We were ready to sup ply mail boxes when the Municipal Art society stepped in and succeeded in getting the board of aldermen to pass an ordinance forbidding the post office authorities to place any more boxes along the curbs unless their design approved by this organization for beautifying the city. For five years designs were suggested and rejected, until finally, about a year ago, the Art society approved a design subipitted. Just as soon as the new mall boxes come to ns from Washington they will be installed. No one, however, seems to know when the new types of boxes will begin to arrive, so for an indefinite period residents and visitors will have to do without. <*2 was - Zoo Chef Who Has Three Thousand Mouths to Feed MV ES," said Rudolph Bell reflectively, nodding his head at the blocks, the A ovens, and the tables, "a man has to be amphibious to hold down this here job. He has to be both this and that, the one thiDg and the other. He has to be both ends and the middle. And why? you'll say. Well, here's why. To begin with; I'm a butcher. But I'm more than a butcher. I'm a baker. There's quite a difference be tween those two, says you. And there is so. But that isn't all—Pm a cook. A regular chameleon, I am, you'll say, and right you are. 'And what's more, I'm as good at one color as, at an other. A fg p.ÿi > .« • % » 4 1 . Now the cook house of the New York Zoological park, in the Bronx, where Rudolph Bell, cook, butcher and baker to its 3,000 denizenk daily, from 6 a. m. to 4. p. m., goes through his protean'stunts, is not apparent to the passer-by. It is situated in a sunny, dusty court behind the service building, and Its approach is guarded by a gigantic sign bearing the legend: "No Visi tors Allowed. The aforementioned Rudolph Bell is a thickset, black-eyed, bustling little mon,*with the gray just beginning to show in his black hair. When he had sampled a rice pudding he came trotting, back with a spoonful of It in his haud. "Now, you Just taste this," said he. "It's good enough for anyone to eat Good enough for you, or good enough for a sick monkey. That's no Joke. Anything that a sick monkey will eat is good enough for a king. Maybe too good. V I "But let me give yoxran Idea of what I do here. Here's a list of what I hand out every day. Apples, bananas, bread, blackberries, beef, berries, milk, chiTota,' celery-, chickfehs, cabbäge, codoa* dog'biscuits, dates, ^eggs, fish, forage biscuit, guinea pigs, hickory nuts, lettuce, lard, molasses, orange, oil, pork trimmings, potatoes, peanuts, plums, peaches, rice, puffed rice, rabbits, rasp berries, sweet com, salmon, salt, strawberries, tomatoes, zwieback. I don't mean-to say.that-all these* go out every-day, but-the most of'them do. And jghat do we feed wtth all this stuff? The directors of the zoo, says you. Not so. Then the employees, maybe? Nor them. Then what? you'll ask. And what'll I say? Why, the animals !" CONDENSATIONS Gasoline motors make ready sales in Cuba. Turkeys derived their name, from the fact that they were imported first into Europe through Turkey. Ghile offers a market for ordinary cardboard containers for ice cream such as are used in the United States. Should the automobile top become dusty use a stiff brush. To remove mud spots or oil use water and castlle soap. Two new companies for the manu facture of steel plates for ships and other shipbuilding requirements have recently been formed in Norway. Two bridges in a city in India are supported upon large metal tanks, which float upon the water and ac commodate themselves to its rise and faU. An electric fare box that has been Invented for street cars automatically registers the correct number of fores paid by each kind of coin dropped into it GOOD FOR HUNGRY CHILDREN Children love Skinner'« Macaroni and Spaghetti because of its delicious taste. It is good for them and you can give them all they want. It is a great builder of bone and muscle, and does not mnke them nervous and irri table like meat. The most economical and nutritious food known. Made from the finest Durum wheat. Write Skin ner Mfg. Co., Omaha, Nebr., for beau tiful cook book. It is sent free to mothers.—Adv. ■ Some Consolation. We are told that housewives can no longer afford to serve cabbage. That's too bad, of course—but how much bet ter the boarding house of the future is going to smell! Equal to thé Demand. "I never use any but pasteurized milk in the city," said the new board er; "can you furnish it?" "Yes, indeed !" was the confident re ply : "our cows 're kept in the pasture ! all summer. The Christian Herald. A NEGLECTED COLD is often followed by pneumonia. Be fore it is too late take Laxative Quini dine Tablets. Gives prompt relief in cases of Coughs, Colds, La Grippe and Headache. Price 25c.—Adv. The Juvenile Artist. Teacher—What is that you have drawn on your slate, Elmer? Elmer (aged seven)—A man, a wom an, two children and a house. Teacher—But I can see nothing cept a house. Where are the man, woman and the children? Elmer—Oh, they have gone in the house. ex The Costly Passion. A detective was talking about a $20 a-week clerk who had been living at the rate of $30,000 a year for two years previous to his arrest for theft. "It was, of course, love," said he, "which started this $20 clerk to buy ing 12-cylinder automobiles, cham pagne suppers, platinum wrist watches and gold mesh bags. Oh,' love ! Tis love, 'tis love, which makes the world go* round, and 'tis love which prevents a chap's salary from going half or even quarter way. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Orld Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives oat malaria, the Iron builds up the system. 50 cents. 4« 49 ENDS DYSPEPSIA, Pape's Diapepsin" cures sick, sour stomachs in five minutes —Time It ! "Really does" put bad stomachs In order—"really t^oes" overcome indiges tion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five minutes—that—just that—makes Pape's Diapepsin the lar gest selling Btomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul ; tongue coated ; your insides filled with bile and indigestible waste, re member the moment "Pape's Diapep sin" comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing—almost marvelous, and the joy is its harmlessness. A large flfty-cent case of Pape's Dia pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs in your home—should always be kept handy in case of sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or at night. It's the quickest, surest and most harmless ^ stomach doctor in the world—Adv. * Sold and it 4 A Few est disse lest, weevil 4Utf£ 1918, prolific, BanAJL In 1920. Justice—What's the charge? Officer—Stealing potatoes from jewelry store, yer honor. A fire in an Ohio grain elevator jurned for more than a year. w. CASTOR» Tet Contents 15 Fluid Dra< mm j Tot Infant* and Children« m Mothers Know That Genuine.Castoria ALCOHOL-3 PBR OXKT- I . . 'Äffin» I Bears the A Signature S^toessaadRNt«2 aetttr Optam.MorpWabj^ Mineral. Not Kahcotw f f ■ ' ! A*. 4 la Use '« JtSXSnsXf «id Feverishness an a • loss OF SLE5T* result ing lhercf i^P^g? M< v TheStsÜc S ünatvno t f $ For Over Thirty Years VMfinnAPKOoMMSE CASTOR» I IE Bxsct Copy ©# Wtmpjwe. i A FRIEND'S v ADVICE Woman Saved From a Seri* out Surgical Operation, Louiaville, Ky.—"For four year» I suffered from female troubles, head aches, and nervousness. I could not sleep, had no a walk. If I would have to >petite and it hurt me to ed to do any work, I lie down before it was finished. The doc tors said I would have to be opera ted on and I si broke down, friend advised m« to try Lydia E. Pinkham's V table Com and the result is 1 feel like a new worn« an. I am well and strong, do all my own house work and have an eight pound baby girl. I know Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound saved me from an operation which every woman dreads. ' — Mrs. Nellië Fishback, 1621 Christy Ave., ' Louisville, Ky. Everyone naturally dreads the ff^on's knife. Sometimes nothing else »nil do, but many times Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has saved toe patient and made an operation un necessary. If you have any symptom about which you would like to know, write to Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co.. Lyxu^ Mess., for helpful advice given free 1 ege ■ I sms tbs The Wretchedness of Constipation Càn quickly be overcome by CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. Purely vegetable J —act surely and gently liver. Biliousness, axhe* é Dizzi ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty j 1 [Carters ■ ITTLE ÏIVER ■ pills. on the Cure SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICK Genuine must bear Signature STOCK LICK rr-STOCK LIKE IT Fqr Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Contains Cop«; peras for Worms, Sulphur for the Blood, Saltpeter for the Kidneys, Nux Vomica,a Tonic, and Pure Dairy Salt. Used by Vet erinarians 12 years. No Dosing. Drop Brick ia feed-box. Ask your dealer for Blackman's or writ« Igg BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COMPANY CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE ^ 1 W • 11« H T * (PllTonic Sold for 47 years. For Malaria. Chills and Fever. Also a Fine General atrengthenfug Tonic« "'SlÄi'* ^RELIEF! \ 1 Hunt's Cure is especiallj eon . 1 j pounded for the treatment ad .11 Itch, Eczema, Ring worm, an i py Tetter, and is sold by the drug TJ gist on the strict guarantee that /} the purchase price, fifty cents m wiU be promptly refunded U any dissatisfied customer. Trj BR Hunt's Cure at our risk. At am ra drug store, or sent direct fro» F AB. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO. In« " Dept Z. Sherman, Teaa ^IHE EHDOFTHERAL* ^ 25 *AND 50* EVERYWHERE GET-THERE-FIRST reSf* Few left, disposition easy ; hence, benefltting great est number, will sell no one exceeding peck. Bend disse for sample. Only cotton beats weevil. Hart lest, sets nearly bale acre, bolls before greateef weevil damage; grows till frost Big boll, big see« 4Utf£ lint Buy peck, plant acre, make 9Ö bushel*fot 1918, profit enormously. Watson 40-lb. melon seeC prolific, earliest, dollar lb. Reference: Allendale BanAJL A. STONEV, ALLENDALE, 8- a w. N. u., MEMPHIS, NO. 8-1917.