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JOJ T 1 'GATHERED GEMSI People with a history are not usual ly publicists. Tren, too, the gift of grab frequently gives people away. ' Knowledge of the oher fellow's .knowledge is also power. . I I la reoyilft who are good hy aeci ;ident usually claim the.most creJit. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rhpm i sets you crazy. Can't beatf the tonrh of our clolhina Doan's Ointment t"-""s the most obstinate cases. Why suffer. All druggist sell it. The capacity to "keep your mou'h ! shut is the stepping stone to peace. ' Sotre people kill t;me so fa?t that they can't find enough to bury the past. If is true that one pood turn deserves another if it was not by an ax-grinder. Can't look well, eat well or feelvrll with impure blood feeding vouc body. Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood'Bitters. But pimply take exer cise', keep clean and you will have ong life. v- Sometimes a man is fired with en thusiasm from the wrong sou-ce. Ninety-nine arguments out of every hundred are not, only useless,' hut harmful. As a rule.the man who is honest as the day is long gets up early in the morning to prove it. ) DeWitt's Cnrholized Witch Haze Salve is very good for chapped hands' cuts', burns or bruises scratches, for i' penetrates the skin and it heals Quick ly, but it is especiollv good for piles. It is sold here by, All Dealers. , When a man boasts about his wis dom it's a sign that he has bis doubts about it s genuineness. When a good woman believes in 'a man it's time, for him to get busy and make something of himself. Men who are always looking for a political plum are liable to have a lemon handed them instead. Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your babv wlien it is cross and peevish. Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recomended by mothers everywhere. Conforms to the Nation al Pure Food and Drugs Law, Sold by all Dealers. Many a debutante has failed to float because she was weighed down with too much mother. 4 False modesty will wear itself out in a short time if it fails of its pur pose to generate praise. ' A good many women are success ful at every feature of make-up ex cept making up their minds. A GOOD BEGINNING. - Everything in later life depends up on how we began it. You cannot be successful in life if you havent good health. To insure good health in later life it is necessary to start right. Many of life s serious ills are caused by con stipation, indigestion and liver, trouble. The best wav to cure them in old or young is by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is absolutely guar anteed U do what we claim, and if you want to try it before b'lyinff, send your ad dress for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co.', 119 Caldwell Bldg., Monticello. III. It is sold by All Deal ers at 50c and $1 a bottle. People who follow the dog-in-the-manger tactics will get what isn't on the program some of these days. Lockiiirf wise is half- the battle of success when you are dealing with people who take things' for granted. A successful photographer is one who knows how to make people look ! pleasant m spite ot the deal nature handed them. ' ' . Most women who have bad complex-" ions have dyspepsiar at least , indi gestion, which eventually will become dyspesia. To have fine, fair skin and healthy, rosy cheeks you have first of all food, healthy, perfect digestion : in i ' .i i . i i order that you may nave rich, red blood. Keep your stomach well bv taking Kodol for Dyspepsia and indi- gestion occasionally just when you . ii ...it need it. it is pleasant to taKe. by AH Dealers. .. i. i .i Sold No doubt even the recording angel will occasionally let a fellow off on. a technicality if he really means to cut it jut in the future. ' ' There nevr wis a tnan whose t i i. i rn i i i jplace could i t De nuea dv someooiv, h, ,.,U k-'-f. ina even neu hat he is ind The differe self importer .in even wvni-' . iu i tj' j isp".nsibie. i erence between an egotist s , - i . ! i . .. , importance and hs real value would be a start in me sor soma men . it y . . tr Vvith energy and intelligence. . , ' going to work can be easily spared. A smattering of knowledge doesn't count for much in the long run. C III! oome people had rather pose martys than to eat mince pie. as Don't use harsh physics. The re action weakens the bowels, leads . to chronic constipation. Get Doan's Reguiels.- They operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. , Hope is twice as valuable w is baeked up with energy and hen it jptelli- gencc. When it comes to the initiative some men ebuldn t even turn out a mustache. " There are people who' cant see anything in forests and field but tim ber and crops. ' Th best known pills and the best pills made are DeWitt's Little ' Early Risers.' They are small easy to take, gentle and certain, and are sold by all Dealers. Until a man learns the real mean much ing of economy he'll 'never do in business. The best part of an education is the knowledge to apply to good purposes what you know. When a" man is, very proud of h is record it's a sign if might have ' been considerable better. This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold, and it is the ii... lr 111 hardest time to cure it it you snouiu take a cold, a few dosesof Kennedy's t Laxative Couch SvruD will act verv 1 proniptly. Its Laxative principles from the cures the cold by driving it i. system by a gentle but natural action of the bowels. Children especially like Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syruo, as it tastes so good, nearly like maple Kiignr. It is sold by All Dealers. A chip on the shoulder is seldoia a sign of bravery, but is often an invita tion to acquire a black eye. When a housekeeper plans a day ahead what she is going 'to do, :he .ebances are that she will accomplish somihing. One of the prettiest girls in town pays a whole lot of attention to the older men. She says they are al ways so gratetul for a little notice. Sonr stomach makes sour people. It makes your disposition sour-you be cause of your sour nature. Every bit of it can be stopped just as soon as you take something to digest the food you eat. Sour stomach is caused by too much acid arising from undigested food. Kodol for Dyspepsia anb Indi gestion will digest any kind of food in any combination at any and all times. Keep your stomach well by taking Kodol novr and then. Sold by All Dealers. V Lota of people agree to bury the hatchet, but they not only mark it's grave, but leave the handle sticking out so they can grab it right quick when hostilities are renewed. The trouble about the average lured girl is that the mistress of the- house doesn't run it exactly according to the former's specific views each hour of the day and all the tim"on Sundays Heavy. vipM;"'' 1 Union Lock Poultry Pence Sonftn. titm math. Th vxttt MrvfewbU feuta an bm Itrkot forpoaitry yard, orcbamt And rvtpna, And tA &o rraatar eott thaa natlinc. Writ for aattlog et f ant ing for all pnrpnaea uniom rntai oo., nuit, m. , inn ottr. Ma. Fr Sale by Ana W. Allen Co i rp i i 1 UpPlo. ,tsi ; For Sile bv WALTER SMITH Otel ona. M ISS. The reputation that is lost hy k . CTflGUH) C0'JVd ALCOHOL (rtATTANOOGA.Tf.NM. re Mm vtta-".UM .!liai. h.iaH P This is an extet representation of trie carton containing a buttle of St. Jv 1 Dcph's Liijuid Liver IYpulutor, but it is i nuieh laiwrtlituitliis illustration, and , t I)niKKislsaiid Kcnt'ral inp'cliuiitsgll it ' at 50 cents a bottle or you can eet it di rect from us at the sani price. This is a delightful liver niedieine prompt, eirective, and exceedingly pleasant U the tafete. Try just one bottle to satisfy I yoiiRscli and you 11 buy more. RFRSTI r MrniciNE CO. 9 Chattanooga, Tennasseo. 9 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If this concerns you, read carefully: Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is posi tively guaranteed to cure indigestion, constipation, sick headache, offensive breath, malaria and till ' diseases arising from stomach, liver or bowel troubles m old or young, and you can make no mistake in keeping a bottle of it con- stant! in your home. I ou may need it any moment. It is absolutely guar anteed to do what is claimed, and if you want to try it before buying, send your address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrun Co., 119 Caldwell, Bldg., Monticello. III. It is sold by All Dealers at, 50c and $1 a bottle. Haul Out the Manure. If manure Is not hauled out and spread as fast as made the plan of keeping it tramped under foot in the stalls Is the best way, for it loses far iess in mat way man it loosened up and thrown out in piles. And piles under cover I think 4t worse than out side, us it will fire-fang worse kept dry. But do not be afraid to haul out manure as fast as made and spread it. It loses less spread oa the land than In any other way. W. F Massey. PRESIDENT HARRINGTON. PEORIA. The -vord of a prominent and spected business man should be re' lis tened to. Mr. F. M. Harrington, presi dent of the Harrington, Manufacturing Co.. Peoria, III., writes that he was for years a constant sufferer ffmn indiges tion and constipation, which nothing seemed to relieve, and he had almost given up hope when he began to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and it made a new man of him. It s abso lutely guaranteed to do what is claim ed, and if you want to try it before buy ing, send your address for a free sam pie bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co., 119 Caldwell Bldg., Monticello, III. It is sold by All Dealers, at 50c and $1 bottle. Aia old girl is authority for the statement that nearly every woman is either pigeon-toed or knock-kneed. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive. JMnnysuddea deaths are .caused by it heart a ease, pneumonia, atari lauure cr apoplexy are often the result of kid ney uifcasc. If kidney trouble is allov.cdtoadvance the kidne y-poi son ed blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh ( f the bladder, brick-dust cr sediment in the urine, bead ache, back ache, lan:e Back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, or the kidneys themselves break aown ana waste away cell bv cell. Bladder troubles, almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys ncd be'.ter health in that oman is obtained i quicKest by a prorfcr treatment of the kid ! neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to ; hold urine and scalding painin passitig it, I and overcomes that unpleasant necessity 1 of being compelled to go often through tne aay, ana to get up many times during I thejnight. The mild and immediate effect ; of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest be I cause of its remarkable health restoring I properties. A trial will convince anyone, j . Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is by ell druinrists in fifty-cent and ci::--' Alr.r fire bot'.!. Yen trar I-.vc i tV-t t:! t:i nSrini if- Ivtfl-i or.i fVw Kir wnil A ,T-.e Ktfmcr& Co., Bin-hamton, n. y. When writing mention reading this gen- eroua offer in this paper. Don't make ?7 w wv, 'vi wwii lew n ucmcr tea you something in place of Swamp-Root-It A . j. . t IR I II wl HI VVi Al'a'fa Cultcure. Aili-l.altj tiuiy1 a wonderful plant. There In i-o oUar single plant use for hay or forage that furnrthes the quautity of digestible nuirtentg In as palate Mm a form a'n alfalfa. It is a balanced ration In Itself and a great many clanK-s of live stock will thrive on it without the ddition of any other feed. W'tll-cu.'ed alfalfa Is so well liked by live stock that they leave not a moiel of it remaining in their mangers after feeding. There la no class of live stock that will not eat alfala. hven swine and chiekns rcl ish It. ( This pktnt has been tried in many parts of the South and hai been found to do well where the proper care and attention have been given it. It is tender and slow about getting started, but once starlet it requires but Utile attention for a period of eight or ten years. There are at least three esHential conditions mecetsary to cause alfalfa to tlo well, in the firtit place, a well drain.'d soil is necessary. Alfalfa will not grow on soil which is wet or that uas a layer of water within a few feet of the biirfaee. In the second plage, alfalfa requires lime, and so if the soil is not rich in lime it should be sown upon tbe laud that is to be planted in alfiilfa. Air-Flaked lime is best and should te sown at the rat of one ton per acre. The third cTsential is to prepare n good seed bed and keep the land fre from weeds. When the alfalfa plant is young it "fs very tender and easily killed out by other plants, but after it regains a firm foothold upon the soil it will hold its 'own very well. Therefore, it ib essential to plant alfal fa in this climate about August or Sep tember, afler all weods have been kill ed out. After this time of year the weeds are .tnot liable' to be so trouble some as earlier in the season. Alfalfa isv.n at the rate of about 2& pounds to !!; :.cie. It belongs to the same da:?, Oi plants as the cowpea; that is, it l.i a legume and gathers nitrogen from t' j air. Aualfa will do better on soil that Jfeas been innoeulated with bacteria from the soil of an alfalfa field. This is done by strewing soil from an old alfalfa field over the ground that has been prepared for alfalfa. The soil should be scattered late in the day and then harrowed in at once before the sun lias a chance to destroy the bacteria. Alfalfa tffat appears yellow and makes but little growth needs in noculation. When it is impossible to get soil from an old alfalfa field, soil from a patch of sweet clover will do about as well since the roots of both tho alfalfa and sweet clover grow the same kind of bacteria. Some soils are deficient in phospherus, in which case a liberal application of acid phosphate will usually insure a good crop, pro vided the soil has been well prepared, limed, drained and innoeulated. When we stop to consider that alfal la is relished by all classes of live stock; that it will make more milk and beef than any other kind of hay; that ,lt requires replanting pnly once in about eight or ten years, and that it will produce four or five tons of hay per acre, we can realize at once the value of this plant. P. N. 8. Quality of the Dairy Cow. The most interesting study that a farmer can devote his time it is that of animals on the farm. There can be no doubt that ooe serious drawback to the dairy interests Is the lack of knowledge of cow nature their needs, requirements and methods of care to produce bes't results, and there can be no great degree of success in dai rying where a lack of this knowledge is found. A writer in an exchange says: s "Our cows as a rule are net as poor as our dairymen. Hundreds of cows are not giving their owner good re turns because the owners are at fault. Give every cow in the herd a good chance to prove her worth as a' milk producer and if she is not giving prop er returns for her feed do not feed her for milk. The farmer will begin right by selecing his very best' cows and then introducing into his herd dairy bulls of his favorite breed and will thus obtain a bull adapted to his purpose. With butter fat averag ing over 20 cents per pound the year around a cow producing 200 to 250 pounds per year, which is not an un usual farmer's cow average, he can very well afford to let the beef take care of Itself and his well raised calves fed on the skim milk and the grains grown on the farm will sell at a price that will fully Justify any reasonable additional expense involved through the purchase ofa well-bred sire of some of the typical dairy breeds and the slight additional expense of good care r.nd a liberal feeding of a ration suitable for rapid growth." In connection with this we advice the growing of all cows on the farm that may be needed for future use. , It is a mistnke to believe that cows can be purchased to better advantage than they can be raised. The man who pur chases must always take such ' ani mals as someone else wants to dis pose of, but the man who breeds and develops his own may be reasonable sure of anore profitable class of cowa. The only danger to the horse breed ing industry is their scarcity, nays Pfof. W. L Carlyle. Whenever the time cornea that the price of a good horse is as good or nearly as great as a motor van or autdmobile, then the people will buy the cheaper ' artlcl. But that time is distant f the hors breeders keep busy.. Plenty of well bred stallions and good brood mares are a valuable asset of any comma- ! nlty. There is big money to be made t in breeding draft horses for many years to come. ' , - 'Mv youh bister writes Mrs. fary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., "tooK which w,as. to take Cardui. She was t l stavintr witl me and was cidui helped her at once. 1 -TWiv Krvi FMF n M Ii Wffl "Last spring," Irs. IN' 1 1" i1 ti n ranlr nf nam. ' in i Ino.tar did no 200d. 0 1 oei t H to take Cardui. The first doss he ped me. ITo v; inm in batter iealtli than in three years." irregularity, falling feelings, headache, La -kache rind similar fsrbjfcje troubles. Cardui is sale', reliable, scientific. Try Cardui. . AT ALL BliUCr S?:GBS3 A GUARANTEED ARTICLE. Many things are advertised, and many promises are made, but it is not always that these, promises are made in good faith nor can they always- be kept. With a laxative remedy like Dr, Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, it is differ ent. This remedy will curs constipa tion, indigestion, liver trouble, flatu lency, heartburn, sour stomach and all other diseases of the stomach, liver and bowels, in old or young. A rich company is behind each statement made. It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed, and if you want to try it before buying, send your address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co., 119 Caldwell Bldg., Mon Tupelo T uesday, April AFTERNOON AND Auspicies COONEWAH JR1BE, 2QTH SXJC CESSFUL YEAR, 2 ElSgDCII RAIN OR SHINE If THE WORLD, pJ Ann WONDIRFUL TRAINKO Kj? AAA MIN. WOMEN, CHILDUN, 1 lOO Km:"" hllfl AHDAWMAIAHAKWCAN l UUU FARTS O' THE WORLD. U U U UNCO MP ARABLE DISPLAY. n HERDS OF PERFORMING E.LE- II 4 fl FUNNY CLOWNS. THE MOST I PHANTS AND DR.OVES Of S18ER- II I I II ENJOYABLE AND AMUSING III IAN AND SYBJ.TJ CAM'-S ..... jj W EXH?mON KVZK PWtSENTED New Features Presented la Every Department THE TAMOUS tUROPEAN FEATll RCS THE GREAT STEIN GR TROUPE, .fe M'SELLE D E -O ESC H , ."HIIEEI ST THE W mi tmU THE COMEDY WEYLrR.Q FRniMYii Twrmr nerrim. ViVlz -iUKT i a m i m , GRJiVLSi OF All WaV ,99 in terrible misery, but Car- M Nfi J 30 Be!a Ycu Hudson conlianes, "I was ran I ticello, III. It is sold by All Dealers at 50c and $1 a bottle. ; Some women are so absent minded when they dress up for a pretentious social function that they forget to wear" enough clothes. Whe n a man' gets a fortune by ac cident lie assumes an important air and teils all the young men in the neigh borhood how to make a million. Every woman suspects her bab is going to be a great genius even after it has proven to the satisfaction of everybody else that it isn't. Poverty may be a blessing in dis guise, but the aerage person would prefer for it to shed its mask. NIGHT PERFORMANCES No. 23 Independent Order of Redmen UNITED TheBest Conducted Amoseineflt Enterprise United Sties. ADMITS? TO ALLm4 . ' STREET PADES 6th .