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TO BE PURE, ~I~t· oERU COLD MAKING A STAND. ym. Longwed-So you are going aIe. younghousekeeper-Yes. You ee, we discharged the cools, and sbe's iocross about it that we've decided to lie somewhere else until she gets tood.natured or goes away herself. a01 TE'VER SCALY FACE ERUP TION -UseTetteriae. It is also an absolute ver for Eczema. Rng worm, IErysipe ha Infant's Sore Htead and all other ilclhid cutaneous d:seascu. It gives lautant relief and effects permanent res. "After thirty years experience in the bty business, I can truthfully say that lhave never seen a remedy equal to Mlaue for Skin diseases. A few ap leOationU have made a complete cure =Netter on hands, which I had almost dspired of ever curing, I also find It =sequalled for chapped and rough dil." Roland B. Hall, Druggist, Ma. M-ttedam, 60 cents at druggists or by all from J, T. Shuptrine, iSavannah, Ga Sad Case. "I hear your husband has lost his tblic job." "'Tee." "What does he expect to do now?" "Well, he told me this morning that unless he could get reinstated prett soon he would have to go to work somewhere."-Chlcago Record r A Quarter Century SBdore the public. Over live million free imples gven away each year. The con aut and increasing sales from samples FM the genuine merit of Allen's Foot. L, the antiseptic powder to be shaken htotheahoesfor Corns, IBunions, Aching, Saolle Moist, Tender feet. Sold every There 2c. Don't accept any subs/ilute. e free. Address, Allen S. Ulmsted, is by, Y. Y. Measure. tcUie Ezra-Then you think the httle of Wounded Knee was a great r event than the reformation? Uncle Eben-Certainly. I've seen them both and I'll bet the "battle" took at least a thousand more feet of fil.-Puck. important to Mothers IWfat carefully every bottle of SORIA,a safe and sure remedy for aset aad children, and see that it '5f the CUe b Over 8O Years. Cry for Fletcher's Castoria In Chicago, l5.What do you think of him? I dIkaII'-'s too mean to pay all a dollar down and a dol Mir-atb. An Objection, gave you some sound advice." Swhat's he did. I would have bit better without so much ; Rton Toilet Co. of Boeton, S end a large trial box of ,-U UAntseptio, a delightful cleans aldgermicidal toilet preparation, an Woman, free, upon request. new His Weakness. ulke to linger over a i Bllhxlba-yee, an internal one. ti, Biliousness Ltver and *4 take Garfield sa. Sto urself if you want an ap -eebO audience. TWO WEEKS' TIEATMENT AND NEDICINE FREE Vbat your disease. If you saufer l e.,write. If you sffer from routbble, write. No matter what - t write to MUNYONS DOCTORS . o f s Ite., Phtladelphia, Pa. =TA PENNY TO PAY -L- lo br the Nr st Tbirtv Daje RAiTIONS FOR FARM ANIMALS FOR HORSES AND MULES DOING FROM MEDIUM TO HARD WORK There Having Been Many Inquiries at A. and M. College for a Good Feed for Work Animals. College Station, Tex.-There are many inquiries made at the Agricul. tural and Mechanical College of Texas for rations of various kinds of ani mals. John C. Burns, professor of ani. mal husbandry, has prepared the fol lowing for farm horses and mules doing from medium to hard work, each ration being the amount of feed per 1,000 pounds live weight per day: Ration No. 1-15 pounds ear corn or 12 pounds corn (shelled or chops), 7 pounds alfalfa hay, 7 pounds prairie hay. Ration No. 2-121:, pounds ear corn, or 10 pounds corn (shelled or chops.l 2 pounds cotton seed lmeal or cake, 14 pounds prairie hay. Ration No. 3--10 pounds kaffir corn or mileo maize, 2 poilnds cotton seed meal, 14 poundI sorghulm hav. Ration No. 4-- pounds rie bran, 4 pounds bla(ckstrap moIasses. 2 PIunds (ottou seed l(aeal, 14 pounds prairie hay. lRationl No. 5--71', pounds oar corn, or 6 hounds corn (shliled or chops), 4 Pounds oats, 2 poun(ls wheat bran, 14 plounds ermnuda hay or prairie hay. Ration No. 0G- ponIi:d!s kaffir corn, 2 pound:; cotton sold meal, 2 pounds wheat bran, 14 pounds kaffir corn Ftotver. Iation No. 7-7 polunds kaffir corn Ithleshod), or 5 pounds kaffir corn hIlads, 2 pounllids cottonI seidl mliueal or cake, 1S pouIlds kaffir corn in ibundiles. Rlatio No. S--121, poundlls ar corn, or 10 pounds corn (sheled or tchops)l, ; pounils wheat Iran, 7 ploulnds alfalfa hay, 7 pounds sorghum hav. Ration No. 1---10 pounds rice bran, 2 pounds cottonli seed meal, 14 pioun ids prairie hay, sorghum hay or Bermuda bay. Ration No. 10 --12 pounds kaffir corn or milo maize heads, R pounds alfalfa hay, 6 pounds sorghum hay, prairie hay or kaffir corn stover. These rations are not absolute as to the quantity an animal should re ceive. They are intended to meet the average requirements of horses and mules doing medium to hard work and fed entirely under dry lot condi tions. The feeder, by studying the needs of his animals and noting their con dition, can soon regulate the quan tity. The proportion of each feed, however, should be approximately as suggested. The ration which proves to be cheapest in any given locality should be the one to use. It makes the keep of the horse or mule much cheaper and prolongs his life and period of usefulness, if at night, and at other times when not at work, he has access to pasture. With good pasture, less roughage or hay than recommended will be needed. In using cotton seed meal, o" cot ton seed cake, it will not be well to feed over 2 pounds per 1,000 pounds live weight per day. Care should be taken to get animals uip to this amount of cake or meal gradually. FEDERAL TREASURY OViERTAKiA THE DEFlIfI March Revenue Exceeds Expenses by $110,658.000, Reducing the Pub lic Debt Over $10,000,000. Washington.-The federal treasury is fast overtaking the big deficit which has been characteristic of the current fiscal year. The high total of revenue for the month of March, exceeding the expenses by $11,38,000, has reduced the deficit from 120,570, 000 to $9,932,000. The surplus a year ago was only $1,963,000. Total receipts for March reached $59,926,000 and disbursements, exclu sive of the Panama canal, $48,658,000. The receipts from internal revenue were greater than March a year ago and customs showed evidences of spring trade in excess of March, 1911. A total of $30,409,000 was received from customs and $23,758,000 from in ternal revenue last month. The total gold coin and bullion in the trust funds of the treasury was $2,432,322,000; a month ago it was $1,025,723,000. The total balances in the general balances Monday was $131,534,000, while at the close of February it was $121,893,000. The total cash In the treasury Monday was $1,915,675,000. Says He Killed Dr. Knabe, Portsmouth, N. H.-Seth Nicols, a sailor, Monday confessed to the police to the murder of Dr. Helene Knabe at Indianapolis some months ago. Nicols says he did the deed at the In stigation of another, whose name he declined to give, and says he was paid $1,200 to do it, according to the police story. Soldiers to Overawe Rebels. Hankow.-Three troops of Can tonese soldiers are proceeding to Swatow to overawe the forces of the victorious rebels. The steamers on which the troops are being transport ed are escorted by a gunboat, ready to bombard, if necessary. Many Eu. ropeans have arrived at Hong Kong Postal Depository at Alvin. Alvin, Tex.--The postal savings de posltory of the Alvia postoffice wal opened this week WOULD TAKE BOOK TO TELL TROUBLES Carrsville Lady Says She Laid Awake At Night Because of Hier Troubles. Carrsville, Ky.--Mrs. F. E. Cossey, of this town, says: "I had been af flicted for nearly six years with wom anly troubles, and would suffer so much, every month! It would take a book to tell what I have suffered In that time. I got so I could not sleep at night, from nervousness. I had four differ ent doctors to treat me, but they could not help. When I took Cardul, It relieved me iat once. 1 can't prnise it enough. I hardly know how to tell you what Cardui has done for me. I have tak en about seven bottles, and nothing else I ever took gave nme such relief. All my frPinds know how bad I was, and how Cardul has helped me in many ditcrent ways," Cardul is made from purely vege table ingredicnts, which act particu larly on the; delicato womanly system, building up halth and strength where it is most needed. During the past 50 years It has helped thousands of ladies, afflicted with just such ftrubles as those from which Mrs. ('ossey suffered. It is tlhrcforef a remedy that you can feel coii-lonco in. its merit is guaranteed by years of success. rDon't experiment. Take Cardul. Begin today. N. II.--Wrtrlte t ndlen' Advisiory Dept., C('hattanooH Mediirine ('Co.. Ckat tnioogn. Tenn., for ,peinl InAtruw ti:ns, ond l -pnge book, "Home 'Ireat nient for W\'omen," sent In plain wrap per, on request. LYNCH LAW. suspended; what can a fellow do? Alkall Bill-Wall, hain't tell what you'd do here, but out my way we'd suspend the banker! Savvy? "ECZEMA ITCHIED SO BADLY I COULDN'T STAND IT." '"I suffered with eczema on my neck for about six months, beginning by lit tle pimples breaking out. I kept scratching till the blood came. It kept getting worse, I couldn't sleep nights any more. It kept itching for about a month, then I went to a doctor and got some liquid to take. It seemed as if I was going to get better. The itching stopped for about three days, but when It started again, was even worse than before. The eczema itched so badly I couldn't stand it any more. "I went to a doctor and he gave me some medicine, but didn't do any good. W'e have been having Cuticura Rem edies in the house, so I decided to try them. I had been using Cuticura Soap, so I got me a box of Cuticura Ointment, and washed off the affected part with Cuticura Soap three times a day, and then put the Cuticura Oint ment on. The first day I put it on, it relieved me of itching so I could sleep all that night. It took about a week, then I could see the scab come off. I kept the treatment up for three weeks, and my eczema was cured. "My brother got his face burned with gun-powder, and he used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The people all thought he would have scars, but you can't see that he ever had his face burned. It was simply awful to look at before the Cuticura Remedles (Soap and Ointment) cured it." (signed) Miss Elizabeth Gehrkl, For rest City, Ark., Oct. 16, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to '"Cutlcura," Dept. L, Boston. Candid Admission. "What are your ideas about re form ?" "About the same as everybody's," replied Senator Sorghum. "1 have a general Impression that myself and my personal and political friends are the only people who do not need it." There are a few things that even a young man doesn't know. 'There is nothing heavenly about war,--or Dyspepsta. The world is outgrowing the rat, and Garfield Tea will conquer )Dypepsia. Somrne of the charity that begins at home isn't up to the standard. Putty-Head Hard to Penetrate. Napoleon Pona parte once said the hardest task l:: artillery .vtr es: syed v. as the re(duction of a otod fort in Egypt. It ahbsorlhd shot and sholl as the desert aoh or:s rain. T'ha:'s s bhy a putty hended tian dis'oir: es you. If you hit himnt in the side of the head v Itith a sledge hammter you only make a dent in his sktull. Then if you h!t him on the other side, the second dent drives t:p first one out. lie is capable of rect eiving and retaining but one dent at a time, a:nd !hat on the outside. The only thing you can do to give him new himpressions is to lay his head out in the sun for a hun dred years, when It will hartden like granite, which can be easily punc tured. TO DRIVBTE OUT MALARIA AND I'IA) I'I TTIE R YSTEM 'Pako the (hld Standard titoVEi ' TAsrkTI.iE, CHILL 'T NIt'. for' AnoW what ysu are taking. Tui, ior ula t in l 5 i flayli printed i nl et very b ttle,t showing It Is siup,y uhlnn a .d Irmn inu ta, ,,..sn tt, and tht mt s el.t tua ' fortL. For growli people a..d ch t it ants. The commanoaing intellect should have the countuands and be king - SchllheF. Mirr. Wtttalow's Booltinq Pyrup for Children teethinit., hoftenll the i'n'1,, redhnie4 intlatmma non, aiays pain, eurt'a wit d telie, 2c a bottle. W hat ought tlot to be done, do not even think of dting. --Elictetus. 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