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CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOPI
ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER 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 thas 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 is bad or stomach sour just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's my guarantee-Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a fRIIRSIT1 rlSb & Fever LAlmo a Fine Ctneral H HSLLTorNIC 'ent i'gr.. Why not a Salt Water Vacation at one of the shore Resorts BACK EAST SLw Round Atlantic Coast, New England, Adirondacks, Trip Fares White and Green Mountains, Eastern De s Sep Canada and Thousand Islands. New York-Boston How About a Circle Tours include Niagara Falls. Boston. New York. At. Circle Tour? lantic City, Washington and many other interesting points,. and provide rail, rver, lake and ocean travel, if desired. " NewYorkientralRailroad "The Water-Level Route"-You Can Sleep KANSAS CITY OFFICE, 112 Eet Teeth Street C . C. MrrNi. G...,.l A.. PSe DOeN. Companions in Suffering. "I'm gladI this u'r isn't heavy enough to hurt you." said Mr. ('huggins to the I man he had run over. "It's mighty uneotlfortable under t there, just the same." "I know it. lita think of intc' I have sp".nt hours under that car trying to fix It." AVOID MALARIA, CHILLS, FEVERS AND AGUE by taking one BOND'S LIVER PILL oeaslionally. They keep the Liver and Bowels active and drive off the poison ous matter. "r-5c at ALL DItG(;GISTS. Do not accept substitutes.-Adv. Undoubtedly. `on F-- ther. \,:It o 'I t; ding arm-i 05'4 sit ,ln whien they :re tired , " i'ahler--(Pil th,, .,:t sit \\s r. lny boy. DEATH LURKS IN A WEAK HEART, so on first syiImpIto)s us.e "l enovine" nud he curCed. I ,ellny anid pay the aIwful ipenarlty. "'henviine" is the hieart's renlaly. P'rice $1.M) and -lk'.-Adv. W f'lll:l is I th li':lr'-tN perfect i.' \lie11 the III - 1 V ll:l1ll'. E AT ER'S 5 K N ,, THE BEST SMA(ARONI ýJ -__anwT Don't take chances this yearJ Use 0man IUCK - RED RUBBERS They Fit AII Standard lars Fript teachnl "cld pack" coannin use GOOD LUCK ,lube because they s.o''t "b'ls-out" ,Aunni ,tTirarno nor harden. hrank or crrck ahr ithe ,,it s,.'l. Send 2c ,samrp ft new b ok on I,,re .r% r <,r in Irmps for I dz. nngm t your d-i'l, <a n.t supply you. Address Dept. 54 1 10"i0% a1 (s 110N1io- & RUBIER CO. POISON IVY a cW Vlu of tn ndi teass I :Tr k out :t " tert T-1' ..'!" t "it ' " 1 i Y M-r'D :L.' - "A, I- . i ., . t. \\ , 11 . r er 'n t l:. ' lr.t tln P r e I! s p,-.p:lt. SUU'.e" T rEl I'I MEDY €, 'MPAN" o2l 1.'! F. \\. t .:.rexa Salesman Wanted Lub': , :r, o(1. .s:ran. s51e' ui I ia.,:. f'ait ,r wh, le t.me. C( onlinlss;,n 1,.i:" can iii abi!it is estabhl he.d. 'er man.n t ; · ';; - n and wide hield when qtl',aihed It dsieji. 1.tN %N ITi lKIl I'lI FliERKEHt RIVERSIDE REFNING COMPANY, Cleveland, 0. HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of nerit: fIelps to as lcat dandraff. For Rm4rina Color and eutveGsy or Fadd Hafrj as aud 01W at 1)tparsgts spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel tine 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 boi.els 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 grile and they like its pleasant taste. -Adv. Indignant Repudiation. " Mliaizn, is this Soiu f S.1 urs udo leo'ient ." "Mer'y, no, mn',itn I les never tou'ched a drop of anythingi." Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squlteze the juice of two lemons into ia ,t Itl containing three t!ounces of arch.rd white, shake, well, and you hiave a quarter pint of the best frac'kle anil" tan lotion, inlltd complexion betlu tillier. at very, very sma ll (.cost. Your grocer has the lemons andl any drug st ,re or., tailet cotlnter will supply three ounces otf ctrc(h:ard white for a few cents. M1assage this swaetly fra grant lotiln into the faice, neck, arm'i antl hands titch day ani see how freckles and I mltemshes disapp-ear and how clear. soft anad white the skin be coituis. Ye' It is harmless. Adv. Poultry Flocks Smaller. HjRepaorts rIe-ac--ntly latniredt clncer(T ilg -.-'is liocks of poultry on farii anl i iina!I tows in all parts of th o' lllntry sahow thatt tihe' :Ivera.L t' Iulll-0'l it h sl"i per flc'l this year is )107. a ,onlt ireid \ilth 146 in 1114. This in ;',lorulltlllllll. hich ls inlt:Llle hy t la ln' ihatoir .itil ta it'' rer ill the llitdll \\est itldil;its i tlwit shortle of sull ;.It had eit''i :tii iliitortlant f:tulaar flh r'.,hl'intl lr"'- hnt high it lil' < tt for pl i ll \' anh I , . It a ptlaaars that ta vers , , - iit '':a ,lale nitltttb er in f pot ltltty rat-ier iea ' -litriti al tnil:ni v of their hale, ft. 'i. ":i. I' i ll "iia a lill nt' Ir -it it ja po ey tha' ,l,e't- ,of \\hiht are no ,w ,,einyi felt l :t." lt"n1r. iiiitltirS. iaopulatr Nl , it i'.l N! L; ' i 7111. Flesh Color. Th, nar-,. tar l ', +rloei ninn aln te, au I thi, ,I '. " :jl ha li l a ! , l anitr l :'111"''1'1 :11111I n' lI ntI s. l " a" o na anTi y letter Ghttang Theirs. j, \,,' :1l t ' Di''t ult,, \\ 1;1h 11, -c'ore0d Cool Fooird t onlever et:. l n '" - , i n 'k i t d i-. : t lh ' ithl e 1 ,l - ral t.h it lDx of ' ! \ i :t ,'. im lt " GPosttng Theoasties S:1' I, - for unlch!t 'i Cool Food on a Hot Day! SAYS TRY Post Toasties for lunch ! THE NEW CORN FLAKES IMPORTANCE OF BY-PRODUCTS TO FARMER AVERA. ...G F CK FON N A AR. X-ij AVERAGE FLOCK FOUND ON GENERAL FARM. (By I'. K. EIWARDS.r If a premium were offered for the most rapid gains from the rno-t sim ile methods I sholuli be inclined to give It to a near-city farmer, who. through sheer farsightedness and well spent energy. built up a path to suc ress for himself which many less sharp witted would do well to follow. Ev eryone in the neighborhood was kept guessing why he always seemed to have more than his share in the way of a bank account. for he kept no fancy breeds of cattle or poultry. nor :lid he seem to work overtime, but his success was unmistakable, and one day he smilingly confided to the writer that it could lie summed up in one word, "by-products." Instead of using all his skim milk for the piggery he made pot cheese out of It, did it up in fancy boxes and got a good price for all he could sell. This made a very profitable outlet for large quantities of the by-product. His Jer sey herd, though not a fancy one, was carefully looked after, regularly and plentifully fed, and from this he made, instead of the usual salted butter, fancy fresh or "French" butter, as it is called, for which he got 60 cents a pound from the nearby summer col ony. The by-product from this-but termilk-he also sold retail, had it FROST-PROOF CORN SAID TO BE POSSIBLE Recent Experiments by Govern ment Indicate Possibility of Breeding Such Variety. (By C. P. HARTLEY. in Charge of Corn Investigations. United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) In this age of wonderful achieve ments, a frost-proof corn is among the possibilities of attainment. When a corn is bred that will withstand spring and fall frosts and grow at low temperatures, like rye, the reign and territory of king corn will be extended and his powers increased. Recent work of the office of corn in vestigations, bureau of plant industry, United States department of agricul ture, indicates the possibility of pro ducing varieties of frost-proof corn and varieties that will continue growth at low temperature. Some kinds of corn have been found to withstand freezing both in the spring and in the fall, and afterwards continue to grow. Still more encouraging is the fact that some individual plants of these hardy va rieties are more enduring than other plants of the same variety. At the first signs of spring, with patches of snow still on the ground, seed of these varieties has been plant ed and has shown ability to with stand frozen ground and spring frosts and ultimately to yield well. Planted in February, 1917, plants which were several inches high withstood a freeze on March 5 which froze the ground to a depth of two inches. Of still more importance than the possibility of producing frost-proof corn is the possibility of piroducing va rieties of corn that will continue to thrive and produce grain at lower tem peratures than existing varieties. There is much territory with long frost-free periods. where, during nights or for several weeks during the grow ing season, temperatures remain too low for ordinary varieties of corn to grow. AVOID DIRTY DAIRY UTENSILS IN SUMMER Point of Chief Importance in Warm Weather Is Thorough Drying After Cleaning. Most of thet bacteria which get into i milk come from the dirty cow and from thie utensils, such as ca.ns. pails, strainers. coolers, and siep:iaratrs, which have not been properly c(laleatied. In wvinter the cows are liktly. to le comrn dirty from conrlitinnlrret in tile barn. but in summer tthey are ea.ily kept clean so that the'y are lthen' cf little relative itnplortancte in c'to t;irit - ira ting milk. tin tire tither hand, a la r greater ntrumbter of hart ria get into milk frtm, dirty irtinsil in stinm Lmelr than frirntn a dirty e,,w' in winter. A acrt Lrial 'ountl reiet'ly tl ita froirn lsl e of the 'irniing \:rter left iln V :h-ln t ll t . hee lrr litire,. -hoIrined. lh' n :-l t oi i'ntr il t ll lr tllil ll t 'rrr tirr ilo !ion thal(' ,ri. lE icht ;: :llhons of mU ilik. l,,t :tint l tilii- * ti a ! ln ha s t it' ,, ' 'I DEMAND FOR BREEDING EWES Evcry Lamb Should Be Saved, is Ur gent Message of the Department of Agriculture. lree iii z i< the torn ' tin n--t-'-z tr hdlprrrtmrrentl it' n'' - ltrt , i- ,-rtrin!ir.z only those belntr :itn<,lurtily worthle for breeding stick. Thrt-re t' a strin, demand among farrmers for brerdling stock and oawers of ewe lambs should recommended by physicIans for their a patients and by selling It In glass bot- . ties got ten cents a quart for It. This, I it may he noted, is more than some a less farsighted farmers got for their ( fres.h milk. Care for Poultry Flock. c In his poultry houses he was care ful to mix land plaster with the drop- 1 pings, which dries the manure. and, a after being shoveled over, was put in barrels till needed, and he argued that I he collected about $30 annually from the droppings of each 100 birds. His I poultry were always dry picked that a he might get the best price for the I feathers, which he sold regularly, not understanding, as he told the writer, how many of his neighbors could neg- I lect so valuable a money-maker. There is also a large hotel near the c young farmer's plant, and he made a t point of taking Immense bunches of wild flowers, which were abundant on some uncultivated land he owned, to I the hotel manager three times a week, I who gradually came to count on him for his hall decorations. t All of these small items yielded good t returns and became a substantial 1 source of Income, but are, strangely I enough, usually overlooked by the "easy going," who count it "too much I trouble" and "not worth while." teria for each cubic centimeter. This can had been thoroughly rinsed and left covered in a room where the tem perature was about 70 degrees Fahren heit. An experiment made during the winter when the temperature was be low 50 degrees showed fewer than 3,000,000 bacteria in a can similarly treated, which would mean a contami nation of fewer than 100 for each cubic centimeter of milk. A can which was rinsed, subsequent ly heated with steam and then turned right side up with the cover off until dry, contained approximately 200,000 bacteria or a contamination of about seven for each cubic centimeter. Experiments of this sort which have been carried on at the University of I Missouri college of agriculture indicate that the point of chief importance In the care of dairy utensils, especially in warm weather, is thorough drying after cleaning. Cleaning will remove' a large per cent of the bacteria and much of the food for their growth. i Application of steam for thirty sec onds kills very few, but it will supply 1 heat to dry the utensils which prevents bacterial growth sp that there will be I practically no more present twelve I hours later than five minutes after washing the utensils. Much emphasis has been laid upon thorough cleaning of utensils, and rightly so. but the process of drying is equally as important in warm weath er. Drying should not be done with a cloth, but by heating the utensils in hot water, steam or oven sutlicient ly to evaporate moisture. General recommendations for the care of utensils are: (1) Rinse in luke-warm water as soon after use as possible; (2) wash in hot water con taining washing powder which will re move grease; (3) rinse in clean hot f water and place in live steam 15 sec onds, drain and place right side up until steam evaporates. On the farm where steam is not available sunning will give effective results. (4) Invert in a clean protected place when dry. FARMERS KEEPING IN TOUCH D No Matter How Bright or Experienced He May Be There Is Always Something to Learn. It pays any farmer or dairyman or other man to rend about his own busi ness, for the rv: . that no matter how bright or , .'d a man may be he does ni it all. and can learn a great , :i men engaged in his own line , asiness, whose ex perilene and conclusions are thus given to the public. The man who makes dairying his Sspecial business should by all means Sread dairy papers. The man who comlbines dalrmying with crop produc tion should take an agricultural paper with a dairy department. SSHELLED OR GROUND GRAINS ' Experiments With Piga Show Animals Do as Well on One as Other Grind Corn for Cows. While feeding experiments which have been conducted by several sta tiu'n show that pigs do just as weIl tn i ~h'lled as ground corn, tests in tht I fetedin of dairy cows show that th, ] -rain commonly used as fteed for mrilk I- coi s. if ground, result in an increat' in i milk flow of close to 10 per cent 1 a;ive that sustained if the grains art ftel ii the natural state. htf nlt trouble finding a hredn·ini :i:rirket fir them. Sheep st,-ialis!-S at S!:. dhplarntment believe that altil!dhI Irices for breeding stock lnow :trte i. lh 1 the,' \ho start production of wo l aI II i;:utltn on a moderate se:l \iii will :v\' c a, cuse to regret purchasizlg Ire'vedini -t,,k at plresent figures. r Can't Overdo Here. In attempting to keelp hogs frerei m from disease and vermin it is hard Sunder ordinary circumstances to oves' d do the matter at taking precaution. CAPT. JEFF RIGGS GAINS 25 POUNDS Popular Engineer Afraid He'd Have to Give Up His Run Until He Took Tanlac. WAS ALMOST A WRECK Feels as Strong and Active as When He Got His First Run and Han. dies His Engine With as Much Ease as He Ever Could, He Says. "Yes sir, it's an actual fact. I have gained twenty-five pounds on Tanlac," said Capt. Jeff D. Riggs, popular Y. & M. V. engineer running between Vicks burg and New Orleans and residing at 2020 Pearl street, Vicksburg, Miss. Captain Riggs is a large property own er and is well known in railroad cir cles. "When I began taking the medicine," he continued, "I was simply a nervous and physical wreck and had dropped down in weight from one hundred and forty to one hundred and ten pounds. My system was poisoned with malaria, my skin was yellow and I felt drowsy and sluggish all the time. I was so nervous I couldn't sleep and had be come so feeble from loss of strength I could hardly crawl up on my en gine. I hadn't been able to get any kind of medicine to help me and my condition was growing more critical all the time. I was very much worried about myself and I feel sure I would have been forced to stop off from my run in a short time if it hadn't been for Tanlac. "I have just finished my second bot tie of Tanlac and I have gained twen ty-five pounds and feel like a new man. I now feel about as strong and active as I did when I first got my run, and I can handle my old engine with as much ease as I ever could. My stom ach is now in good shape. my appetite is fine and I can eat everything I want and as much as I wish and everything agrees with me perfectly. I'm re lieved of the malaria, my skin is clear ing up and I don't feel sluggish and drowsy like I did. I'm not nervous anymore, I sleep well every night and feel fresh and fine every day." There is a Tanlac dealer in your town.-Adv. Near Fast. 'Tin-When is your meeting day? T'I'n-s-Friday. Tim-That's my nmeatless day. STOP THOSE SHARP SHOOTING PAINS "Femenina" is the wonder worker for all female disorders. Price $z.oo and Soc. Adv. The aur'est way in the world to make a mistake is to do your thinking last. Millions of particular women now use and recommend Red Cross Ball Blue. All grocers. Adv. Darwin tried to makei a lmmonkey out of man. Children Cry For e n IF -1 - ALGOHOL- 3 pER GENT. similntin Foodbyl*e-t tingthestom SfleiDs wbd ,'byromotln...u What is CASTORIA ne ther 00pýu. orpie, Mineral. ov?~ rAGOTC Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Oplum, , Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the _iw _ relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; 25 .allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving _ healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panasea-Tim AhelpfulRemedy ft Mother's Friend. nstipati an GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS, LLoss OF SLEEP tU ftfo.in1B! Bears the SIgnature of bsc-Sinui S.4aam In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Eact Cop of Wrappa. T+n crNTAUA COMPANY. Newll YOnl ar •l II B l II I I II I I II A baving (.cause. "l;.rnrr L.";t'i,,;,t ; :r ... 11r.\'\" ," , il}' I t ie i t rI n e 1.. . ; ...a FOR PIMPLY FACES Cuticura Is Best-Samples Free by Mail to Anyone Anywhere. ,A oi' a.y. lt lr·: ay t re:an u'" pion. l 1h ad. l l: akl, ds. Snt am.:r th, :aff.at * I 'urfar,, ,\ý',h 4'lll,:''a O int flt t. tllt . It,'p at a :i,Zht t:, ,ri;na . No :.,,tt,,r tiI. t Ilrr ,l r:at i,,n '. ,Xiý1t. altri.cr a ' Is tr-r-l. (a'tir tra. IFrel t. L, I:.aton. Sold Ano rwv. Ahn.rr.--Alv. Few of Them Do. 1 1 ." - . 1 -, " , . a, n l ,ii l ' 'I : tl a I l ,,r *. -[ a ar l . ? . -1-- r. " i h. y a.t \\r" lie t io go bue .-1'riicetoIni Tiga r. -9| It's Poor Economy to Endure a Bad Back IN these days of rising prices, we need every ounce of strength and the ability to do a full day's work every day. The man or woman with weak kidneys is half crippled. Sore, aching kidneys; lame, stiff back, headache, dizzy spells, a dull tired feeling and urinary disorders are daily sources of distress. You can't afford to neglect kidney weakness and make it easy for gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease to take you. Get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have helped thousands. They should help you. Personal Reports of Real Cases AN ARKANSAS CASE. AN ARKANSAS CASE. E. D. Wert. Siloam Springs. Mrs. A. E. Clanton. Warren. Ark., says: "My back ached so Ark., says: "My kidneys got weak badly all the time 1 could hardly and I had a dull steady ache n straighten up. Tile kidney secre- h tions passed too frequently and the small of my back. I always caused a burning pain. 1 often felt languid and worn out I bad got dizzy and nervous and my terrible dizzy spells and head sight was affected. I kept getting aches and the kidney secretions worse and finally I got so bad I were in awful shape. I tried ev was confined to bed for months. Doctors said I couldn't live much berythtng I heard of. but got no longer. I read about Doan's Kid- better until I used Doan's KIdney ney Pills and began using them. Pills. They restored me to good They restored me to good health health and removed all the pains and the cure has been permanent. and aches." DOAN'S 'ILNEY PILLS Sold At All Stereos. Foter-Milbra Co., Buffalo, N. Y, Mfg.C ! di Funny Big Boy Scouts. Two (h)lio membhers of the officers' reserve corps at Fort lHenjamlin iar rison we'rce walking along East Tenth street. niar tie technical high school c4almnipus. two \\weeks ago). They palssed a group of small boys. who Dazed. so the Iien thought, it treneondous aidmi ration al aweV. .Juit us the near ofliacter,-ilayle puffed out their c·lhsts ii just pride. one of Ithe young irre pressible- shouted : "Oh. Jimmy. look at the funny big Boy Scoauts."- Ilndilnnollis News. Attorneys, Bankers, Insurance Agencies Make your service complete, place your court and fidelity bonds and burglary Insurance in the "WORLI)'S LARGEST SURETY COMPANY," from your own office. We solicit inquiries for agencies from those desiring our IMMEI)IATE DELIVERY SERVICE. AGENCY DEPARTMENT, NATIONAL SURETY COMPANY. 115 Broadway, New York. N. Y.-Adv. Might Have Missed It. Excited Bridegroom (thirty minutes late)-Don't tell me the thing is over! -London ( pinion. His Opinion. :,, .,)l t h -.u I",1 I,. k \w ll 4 i % hite A]l,,,.- ': "\\ T. if \10 dlo it have :i}" Mettler In k k. ~ itI t h ait white thi in tthe rest ff \t l .1 wh we;r th," n e nilin to h :,, !l t't thinIk i n i u ldh for imore I th I t Ti inu¶ t V There is No Art in Taking Medicine. .1int ifllh w d|irections on every bhot I(l ,rf "IPlantaitin" Chill Tonic and r,,, how quickly those drendfiul chills n\ill ,,: v, yiu. It leaves- the liver in heal ll'}y , it', i)t l niln yet contains no i'ahnuli. I Iric ..-i.--Adv. -it..i u: f t l. Always sure to please, Red Cross Ball I;:; e .\ll grcerr ,*.!1 it. Adv. .A n :il.ll,,lll, )ll " I III s" m , thatII in :I t\u:t' ru" nnlilng I.1, pl)I,' downll. When Your Eves Need Care Try MurNne Eve Remedy No marting-- Jost Kte Comnfrt. i cests -L Uroltlet .,r mail Write for Free Nye Book. HMUIINE EYE BMIL DY CO.. CHICAGO Giving It a Chance. "Hlow's your garden getting along?. "All right. I haven't interfered witL it yet."-Detroit Free Press. A FRIEND IN NEED. For instant relief and speedy care use "Mississippi" Diarrhea Cordial Price 50c and 25c.-Adv. Somle people think three or four times before speaking once and then never say anything worth listening to. During c'urtship they argue; after nmarriage they quarrel, -MALARIA hills and Fever. Bilioumsaes Constipotion and ailmenis requirinf a TOIMC tratmmD GUARANTUD umishqeg Ikrtbl ~~L gA 1'i PILE SUFFERERS Send for a tube of MOTEUS' S uuI PILK REMEDY and quitrorryt ,Ieeal ime .,"P and your ealth. "acts sic!<l I1II I fmlcicnt." " Tnttime ofed to tb. pIWis. Easy annd convenient; no wortr, dlseoLUet pain in usingl. Large sanitary tabs wItI V f PIpe aud dlrections UJO poespaM. rsieb tion aaaIred. lIIIVR-SHOT REMEDY COMPANY Box lit. Tort Wrash, TisY thea Sm·allpox, TYPHOID 1.+1 C· amee rlamast hmde sif Be Yacdaaleg MOW T I Ld. It pair famely. It isa uera vel LAb your pbaictdaa druggi, or sad fo 'Ye sou had Typhoid?" te114 g ofTyphoid To iaiilU fIrm u., and danagr fin m yesi Cuin Pramiu Vasus sad sana uwd r d. S. Uisas The Cutter Laberiry. Surtaq. Co.. OdaGIp IL DAISY FLY KILLER a'rwth% Mall ass mad.wO Ma, Upr .wa wilt UiO choy.L..r ll sin r asij amsys. a3y o amrreas, su ma o L W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. $0-ISV.