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to keep house if in
but a woman who is
fering from an aching
I this condition has good
action seems disordered.
Pills have cured thou
women. It's the best
special kidney remedy.
CGr.. iElm St.,
Mrrillton. A r k..
says: "1 couldn't
straighten on ac
'count of the terrt
ie pains in my
back. My feet and
ankles swellUed to
twice their normal
sise and I had
about given up
hope of a cure, as
doctors had failed.
My health im
proved rapidly on
KIdney Plls and before
is good health. I have
CO, IIUIALO . N.Y.
rO eilable remedy
swell uasdults. Seldl sri
Si bwl"es at amug saee
-- g s~as t rimy. sw am
sad the business bodies
of Washington have a5
themselves friendly to
it is a common remark
ocials and travelers
-i the United States that
1t Washington a greater la
ese development than
section of our country.
ag- o in e memoration of
friendship existing be
pople and the citizens of
MasLlaai , a wealthy
Robe. presented the city
with a handsome memorial
by a leading Japa
The monument has
In one of the city's
tural parks, and, being of
msad to tell future gen
of the struggles ad suo
by the arst Japanese in
to the northwest.
1Manr of Deubt.
rmal eoudil meetig in the
Wklasd a "bmtag" question
lsation was being di
e*h meu vlgor. One mom
as -sUItsg the Imposition
M eameulated during the
s-- debate, "Utila we set to
emsn" aeplied the gem
"wed better aturm din
the -mter antal we get
Ch irma " retorted the
beard, with a merry twlin
. "weW yen have a
was amlesMy settles.
Whet Abed it.
-ei awful dead. Hai
ofamy td asked the
er yellew fsurr
- 'r tatmi? *
teat asf year town this
a it this year, bet a
i at year."-Trpeka
the way, od m -oe
tah of mr bltt beet?
ye reayll think
emes is a weoma's ear
t sea be tof mIin ba- e
to ai ndentlon that he is
of - u aib 1 elsets
and Bome dml.
2 hese beepply. in
pop Srsion, very
re*rad by she
bed, fur forpa and
aplcyildr.. a dshk
reidin is be
shemn e the road em
Farmer' Educational I
Union of America
Ma tirs lEpeialMemset.t lie
I thoe eagresewe A prtk a W cu
Sterling worth, like cream, comes to is
The typhoid fly is a menace to
Sound national physique is better pr
than sound national finance. ta
A wooden-headed man is apt to go mI
to blazes when he gets hot-headed
There's always room at the top
and always a crowd at the bottom.
A fly seems to weigh several pounds
more about daylight th.. at any other
Possession of an automobile may in
dicate either prosperity-or a mort
Give the devil rope and he will hang
a whole lot of people before he hangs
The forward young, man or woman is
apt to be backward in the race for
It horses could go to heaven there dI
are a good many men who wou:d be
"Knowing your business" is the foun
dation upon which a successful career p1
can be built. si
Patronize the man who has had the
enterprise to bring a purebred sire ki
into the neighborhood.
If you know anything, the telling t
of which is liable to make trouble, be li
Scaretul not to let it pass your lips.
"I didn't think" choked the calf, a
a caused the team to run away, foun
Sdered the horse and burned the barn. p
The carrying of life insurance, at ti
least to the amount of one's debts. ri
Swould seem to be only fair bu.iness
It's not where a man now stands a
Z that really counts; It's how far he has a
come, and the obstacles he has passed fa
on the way. si
When one's Judgment tells him ,at a
a thing is wrong he doesn't need .any tl
tarther advice, nor will he seek to w
SJustify wrongdoin. a
Happiness doesn't live at the end of a
the road; she's a gypsy, wandering
with as unseen; ready at our call to
share with us her gladness.
M Give boys and girls plots of land for
Sgarden of their own. They will take
more interest in things that are their
. own and perhaps this interest will
to MORE PROFIT FOR PRODUCER a
SYMssearl Fanr Demenstrator Has Plan Ii
to Cot Out Middle Man, selling I
Direet to Consumer. I
S A recent eommuncatioa from a I
! irm demonstrator of Missouri opens a
a up a ield of eoasderable interest to
the live stock ma. This wide awake a
demonstrator Is atte$mpti to pt his I
eeders in direst touah with the pro t
duers of live stock. He was inquiring
Sfor the names of op men who would a
he ade to slp a nrater large mberm
of lambs this fl. It the producers a
ad feeders e divMd the proats of t
the middle an the moe y thua os t
taled Is like s me lea ar pi.
Every preoder should be assio
to ut out the leak between the pro I
d c amd the esnmptie ofw r s t
prraeaL By dong this he assures Mm
am timo marhets prodst at a(
ower asl ent to the eamer. l6sh
mvins rm Ied trn ueeomy. a
Things to emmber, .
SThat your egbeors are good pee- I
That s-d a heea em the result I
That me commer l an rise higher
tha the avraas leol f a it people. I
That diseee, publicity aud ode
etle will raise the average level t 1
That the Mtrosnset communalty the 4
state is the best orautrsed one
That the irmers' clab represents a
powerf eatt er gemisng rural I
eommealtes Or ol Ud ecomde
A Gad 9nu.
i A frer is o who digs his lv
ing out eo te grnad ad pts it t1n
the erih his smokehouse and hay
hed. Wher e haes ua ample spply
for all needs h lives at home, uad
has somethig to usell at aD times. He
t necessity follows some kind W re
tataa usad keeps his Is a busy. He is
a busy man. or work is a aret ftren
to dlverlcatlo. They are always
seen toeether, soln hand ina d.'"
The problem o marketan is Just
s important a feature of frm work
uas prcdtieta. Thefore, it ee.
egarry to et the soods to the buyr in
the beat shaope in order to pet the
Enoerage Yeoung Folks.
BaEncourae the yong folks to rad
many good books. When they grow up
they will not have time to read a great
I deal and will rgret that they did not
read more while young.
Ditversficatia of crops in a old as
d firmtr., and most good farmin
is a history of diversaleatiom,
cuep for Rcky Field.
If there is a fleld too rocky to plow.
S at tres there, or sow for pasture.
Beware of movelties. Let the other
fellow grow them.
The milk ofa the arw eaotals about
Sper cent water. -
Never tie a ew or eas ho.rse'
i n a *Mea
,. 'd '
HAVE SOME DEFINITE WORK
Farmers' Club Should be Medium
Through Which to Set in Motion
Best Sentiment of Community.
No farmers' club can attain its
greatest usefulness, if in fact it can
endure, without having something defi
nite to do. Community problems which
require collective effort, such as buy
ing and selling organizations, good
roads, telephone service, schools, pub
cussed. There is something lacking
in every community that can be sup
plied by the efforts of its people. It
is a matter of first determining what
is most needed, and then by concert
ed action getting it. An organization
such as a farmers' club should be the
or proper medium through which to crys
talize and set in motion the best senti
go ment of a community. It should be
well organized and vigorously prose
Is Many business organizations are
or formed by farmers each year. Where- a
ever the facilities for trading and mar- a
keting are not what they should be,
it is advisable to form these associa- a
tionb. but there are many matters a
which should be thoroughly consid- '
ered before doing so. It is not a Ii
good thing to organize in order to ii
is prevent someone else from making d
money, but rather to cut down ex
penses and to become more efficient.
In fact, the main object should be to
do business more economically.
Business representing a large num
ber of stockholders cannot be run G6
n successfully without keeping a com
er plete set of records. No organization a
should be attempted without first
he making sure that such a record will be
A little good advice and caution at
n the beginning, at whatever cost, is bi
be invaluable. The experience of the in
agricultural extension division has of
been that often their services are not 01
'n called for until the affairs of an enter- a
rn. prise have drifted into such a condi- rI
at tion that it is extremely difficult to tj
ts* right them. The agricultaral exten
'm slon division will be glad to help all
farmers' organizations to start right
id and. upon request, will detail some
as competent person to meet with the
ad farmers and aist wherever It is pos
sible to do so. They want to render
at assistance when and where it will do
ny the most good. They would like to see
to worthy organizations become more
and more efficient and to this end their
of services are at the disposal of all.
" DIVERSIFY CROPS IN SOUTH '
As Gooeed Land as Can Be Found Any
where in Country-Clmate All
That Could Be Desired.
"There can be as question that the
crop campign begunga in the South as
ER a result of the acute eotton situation
a few months ago is going to have last
Ian la beneficial results," said Capt. A. B.
Rich of itrmnlham, Ala.. while is
Washington the other day. "A s -
tematic campaign was begunga by the
a Btirmingham chamber at eommerce tl
e sand is now being arried da. The a
to farmers ofat Jeerson county, Alabama,
tie are alive to the situation, and already a
his have announed their onversion. It b
ra this is demo throuahout the South the
leg way to depedence sad prosperity is b
bar "There is as good lad In the sth
r o era states e can be found anywhere s
ot in the eosutry, and e climate is all
oh that eaould be desired for the raising at r
all kinds of erops
S "I haknowof oeome farmnotfarfrom
weo Birmingham about M acres in ea
hie tean the greater peart of which is an
im- der cultivation, and ona which no cot
athe to has ever be rad. Begs, dtr
t cows, vegtablMes ad oodatus are I
ah grown, ad the farm has always beean I
not aly lfkustatnit , but eeed
lay prodtable. A sret pnrt of the
produce Snds a market in Biramig
n ham. This arm is handled in a bes
neslike manner, the owner keepin a
mt record of aosts at ea h erop, the price
recaived for it. ad the total prot de
l tre, in this way beig abe to tell
ple at a moment's motice just what crops i
_earo payng and those that are ot
I at makig mosay for him.
"This is the plan of campaign adopt
the ed by those bdehtid the campaign in
the outh, and It is a surem ta that
s a it will have the results expete-that
ral is ie gettin away from the one crop
adc ides sad maksag the seouthern farmer
indepeadent at all times."
Ewe Imprevnment t
i As a rnole sheep owners place too
I ouch stress upona th selection of the
hay ram, and too little upon the skeetiom
ply a good, uanform breeding ewes. Thems
a d is o question bt that a good mpure
Ie bred ram can do mekto i mprove a
SSock of grade ewes, but as the ock
Sis more- ary reaches perection, it is
ad very neessary that we deote mre
rays attentlnm, to seeting the breading
ewes, or furthsr improvement wl be
eat at the quation.
just Damage by lnesots.
rork Eatomologists, who are tna position
ne- to ow, state that harmfa l Inmets
r l damage farming i tresta at least
the .000R ,0 a year in the nlted
States aloe, to say nothia of other
eontries. This is asMe from the ain
jry dome to shrubbery, the treesM of
read natunral enmaes of these Mpests.
rest A Southwest Gras.
not Colrado grass is secommeaded to
farmers of the outhwest to grow for
hay. It does best on a rich alluvial
soiL. It's an aemuaL bet after a feld
i as is once semad i early mnmer at the
aig rate of 40 pounmds to the acre, it win
low, Care·tdully test the plnter before
S auing. You casnt aord to have your
corn too thlck or too thin. It shoald
be just right.
Mige and Alfalfa.
.Two of the best acroeaevI
moaney-nakiag prPostma up to the
bout framis today are alage and alfais
Peeper Care fsr Sheep
When a Sfek at sh is ppey
r eraed fur the less hem sikhe s is
TAKES THE PLACE OF
New Discovery! Dodson's Liver Tone Acts Like Calomel But
Doesn't Gripe, Salivate or Make You Sick--Don't Lose a
Day's Work - Harmless Liver Medicine for Men,
Women, Children--Read Guarantee!
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible! Take
a dose of the dangerous drug tonight and tomorrow you
may lose a day's work
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 awful nausea and cramping.
If you are sluggish and "all knocked out," if your liver
is torpid 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
Here's my guarantee--o to any store and get a 50
eent bottle of Dodson's IUver Tone. Take a spoonful
GOOD WORD FOR THE BIRDS
Beautiful, and Useful in Their De- a
struction of Much Insect Life
That Is Harmful.
The warm weather has brought the
birds again. Their chirping and sing
ing make a morning symphony the like
of which can be heard from no trained n
orchestra. They dot the landscape with a
a beauty that no artistic skill can
rival. They are beautiful, useful in
their destruction of harmful insect
pests and aid us mightily in appreciat
ing the joy of living. a
Now, then, is a good time for a re
newed appeal for the lives and well- p
being of birds. d
The best instincts of the human race
are devoted to the saving of all kinds
of life, and sanction the taking of life
only when such destruction serves a a
purpose useful to mankind.
This cannot be urged in the case of t
the birds. For the most part they are
not food animals. The higher Intelli
gence and spiritualism of humanity
should bring about a concerted move
ment for small bird protection.
IS NOW WELL "
isaold, Ls.-MrL S. A. Cotter, d
this place, writes: "Wil amy that I gm
peuretly well and the happiest soul I
earth. Wish every pelsa ~ ar esld s
know of year pret remedy. I know how
to appreciate health and sypathiss with
these that are sot so blet as L Am mw
Sins streaer, -inins is weight and esa
do anythin I ever could. Oh, I hiew I
a well d that herrimbl disease, and m
bhest is faM of rdajoci g I teat that I
have eemc out o a deme esed into the
blemed seashi. Ged be paisedi He (
has spared my Nie for same good and I
edl that I hawejuet begm to live."
The is so b say doubt that pal
, la eam beb e Dm't dsy mtil it
Ib too eat. It is year duty to eemslt the
r eLt....h anages.
The e hpts-b-lds sd io sem;
a skin eaing sit, uss moth, the lips I
threat sad sa a st ywith I
reek mgeas ed ehskidg; r sad I
rsrn, ither diarrhoe or eoatlp
There is hbpe; gt Lsgheb's big ree
Fa Imdy for PlVea that has at ast been
e sad. Addrm Amerlea C pessndig
a C.., bex SU, Jasper, Ala., reombering
k beck sm Pallgra and hears abo the
s mmy mdd ins ese who the
smedt bibs to ees.-Adv.
It Rfesly Happendo.
"You mumst brinl littleo Gertrude over
and let me take her picture soem
"You can't take her picture. Papa
"She's too wormy.".
"Yes, sir, Papa Lewis, she squirms
all the time."
"Yes, she rejected me, but she did
it in a most encouragang way."
"How was that?"
"As I west away she pointed to the
0 footprints that I had made on the car.
pet and said: The next time you come
a to propose to me, I iwat you to wipe
our shoes clean!' "-Der Guckkastea.
S"What a biting wind!"
"That's because we are in the teeth
st at agl."
S Haaueds Balsam of Myrrhk i Itself
an antiseptie and the use of any other
remedy before applying It is ouneee
is It is safer to burn the brides Into
Sfrost when a powerful enemy is on
d the other side of the creek.
SThe most stubborn fellow in a jaury
Sbox is generally the one who does not
seem to bave n opinion
r All eers. Adv.
i Many a self-made man appears to
b have worked on plns of the political
A man seldom exhibits his temper
tUI he kloses it.
S ar llPs me Hasfr 's Balma.
id v. _
As a rule tIS better to chlorform
he sleeplns dogs
o u l LSooklnII p e .atIulr eIInl Ol3d
• llio~lella ,uIrlnl ,llll u Ul : -plo0,u lmn
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. Dodson's Liver Tone is de
stroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not sali
vate 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 constipated 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 family feeling fine for months. Give
it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and
they like its pleasant taste.
Where Soap I of No Use. SI
Lapland folk never speak of them
selves as Laplanders, or Laps; they lTI
are the Samnelatsh, they say, the un
known people, the people of whom no
one knows anything, not even whence
If any mention is made in their to
presence of Norwegian, Swedish, Fin- m
nish or Russian Lapland, their feelings fe
are sorely wounded, for there is only aI
one Lapland, they bold, and it is their
land, the land of the Samelatsch. hi
These folk, as other folk, have their bi
whims and fancies, their little peculi- re
arities, too. fc
They regard soap, for instance, with m
profound mistrust, and have no great
fatth in washing; no faith at all, in- di
deed, in washing in warm water. e1
As soon as a baby is born they bathe a
it in cold water; and they bathe it
again, always in cold water, every day w
until, should it live so long, it is two
years old. Then the end comes. "I
The child is pronounced clean for na
life and has never another bath.
AT THE FIRST SIGNS '
Of Failing Hair Get Cuticlaa. It
Works Weaders. Trial Free.
Tauch spots of dandruf and itching I
with Cuticura Oiatment, and follow
snet morning with a hot shampoo of
SCuticurs Soa This at ose arsests
ftalis hair and promotes hair growth.
SYou may rely a these sapeersamy t
I emollients for all skin trobles. I
r Sampl eaeh free by mall with Baok.
Address postcard CutiCeura Dept. XT.
Basto. Sold everywhere.-AdV.
Whereupeo thoe Srvies Preoeeded. c
"It was a quiet wedding, of ourse?" a
asked the able editor of the Snlfes tI
a (Mo) Weekly Clarion.
I "You betcha!" replied Mr. Jack Gap a
a foremost citisen of the Rumpus C
Ridge neighborhood. "When the
preacher asked, 'Who giveth this
woman away?' four of as gets Jumped
right onto the teller that had been a
;thwatenln' to do so, sad choked him
h so's he couldn't make a souad.'-Ka- I
d as City Star. t
"I Judge. from the solemn, not to 1
say anxious, look that your frlemd has I
9 great responsiblties on his shoul- a
"You are quite right. He's ebhairman
of the entertainment committee for
his Sunday' school picnic this year
ir and he tells me he hasn't had a lood
night's rest in a mouth."
Oa Dimeult Task.
"The responsibilities of parents are
very great," remarked the proud t
"Undoubtedly," rejoined the old
is bachelor. "It must be awfully hard
for them to refran from repeating the
smart things their children are sp
mpoed to say."
Accosuti g for t.
"Many marriages are simply blun
sa "Perhaps it is because there is such ,
ms a lot of mbstaking in marriage." I
a. ALra S WYO -aS for the WmUore
o.a ac ab u[ wern's h a sse.., i
meeA bsses uWe sel kf sems is
geant ~ efso C iea 2 =io. bot, veska.
aM sse enr ywtr es a maTODIs . 4'wsa I
a8peaking of the capacity to assim- I
er late punishment, a Pennsylvania man
w. has taught school for more than fifty
to Eph Wiley says a small town is one
in in which they make the liceansin of
billiard halls a moral issue.
vr oa own ncaer rWaEL Tams uee
Sr Most people are not on speakling
* terms with their own cmselences half
m Did you ever et so lomesome that
yoa wanted to howl like a dog?
The cuddlesome winter girl dislikes
the hot weather.
S or proud leb auno Hantord's Bal
sam of Myrrh. Adv.
r Many a ptot leathe' shoe hides
sa aehins coan.
SOUNDED LIKE BAD BREAK
Though Anyone Who Knows Irishman at]
Will Know What Pat Meant
to Convey. ed
The talk at a dinner party having vo
turned to the subject of inadvertently m,
making bad breaks, Congressman Jef
ferson M. Levy of New York related
an incident about a party named Pat.
Some time ago Pat was taken to a we
hospital to be treated for an eye trou
ble. Eventually the bandages were is
removed, but it was several days be- ge
fore the patient could distinguish the
"How about it now, Pat?" said the
doctor coming into the room one att- t1
ernoon. "Are the eyes improving a
S"Sure, doctor, an' they are thot," c
was the glad response of Pat. A
"That's good!" returned the doctor.
"Can you see better; can you see the
"Sure, an' 01 can, sir," quickly 4
answered Pat. "PFaith, an' she gets
plainer and plainer every day."-Phil- o
"I certainly shall not give you a w
recommendation. You have disgraced
f "In what way, madam? Hasn't my
Swork always been satisfactory?"
"Your work has been all right It's
to the reasons for your learing me that
"I don't understand."
, "Then I'll explain. I've had servants
leave me to get married, and because
they were needed at borne, and be
I cause they found pleasant employment
at summer resorts, but you are ae
s tually quitting to get more money
than I can arord to pay. What will
0, my friends think when they know
s thatr-Detrolt Free Press.
At the Wrong Desk.
Caller (in newspaper odie)--Helle
a old man! Anything new today?
n Paragrapher-Well, I'm surprised.
SAn so many tree schools In this cot
Calle-Why, what do you man?
Paragraphe-The iea of many man
apossesing ordinary ntUlligenee com
t lag into the humorous degartmenut aad
I- asking there s anything new.
a From Anelent History.
SBiggs-I woader who originated the
imotherina-ainw oke? h
d Diggs-Our old friend Noah. I be
Bils--How do you figure it out?
Dggs-After building the ark, he
'e faled to takeher in out et the wet. h
An Oppeelts Reamn.
4 "Let me down easy."
d "Why should I?"
e "Becase I'm hard up."
Whether the game is worth the
kerosene or not depends on what the
Instead of calling a doctor, the self- C
h made chap should send for a repair
SAnd the tightwad who has more
mosey than friends is glad of it.
rbe fresh cuts apply Hatford's Bal
- saum. Adv.
Age before beauty-when the cea
f. ses man calls.
N, _ _
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FOR HALF A CENTURY I
WOOD'S FEVER PILLS have Maod sthe nt
as th beet ed, for Chill. and Fener m
aS onul sad Malarial Dimm Osa
traid al.mad. Sold by yoot d wuiuS
St 31 S. uu. woos 3 0113, CA 0 'L
SHE KNEW ALL THE TRICKS
Rich Girl's Actions at One-Room Tea
Party Proved That She Had Once
She looked rich and acted rich, and
everyone knew that she was rich. be
cause she had married a rich man. yet
the Sherlock Holmes of the tea party
discovered that she had once been
"Take it from me." she said, "that
there was a time, and that not so very
long ago. when she. was as poor as
the rest of us."
'Marvelous!" exclaimed the other
four girls. "Hlow did you discover
"'Through her knowing so absolutely
whert I keep all my housekeeping
things. She knew that the tea caddy
was in the writing desk, that the
cheose, biscuits, and other edibles be
loved by mice were in that tin box
under the sofa. that the alcohol for my
stoie w.as in the corner behind the
washstand. that the butter and milk
were on the window ledge, and that
the eggs and other raw foods were in
a box on the bottom shelf of the ward
"When we were cooking she went
straight to the spot and got every one
of those things without once asking
where they were. which is something
that a person who has not had a wide
experience of housekeeping in one
room could never have done."
K "What I object to." said the thought
ful young woman. "is the idea of tax
n ation without representation."
"If I were a married man," respond
ed the admiring youth. "I'd be glad
to take my wife's advice on how I
g voted. How would you like to have
y me represent you at the polls?"
Id In Disagreement.
t. "Can you remember when you
a were a happy, barefoot boy?"
I- "No. And my idea of a happy boy
re is one who wears shoes and doesn't
' get stone-bruises."
Keep It In Your Stable.
te For external use on horses nothing
It- that we know of equals Hanford's Bal
tE sam. Many trainers use it as a leg
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