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THE MARBLE HILL PMESS, MARBLE HILL, MISSOURL
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' AFTER Thanksgiving Dinner 6 Bcll-anS Hot water Sure Relief 9ELL-ANS LroR 1NDIOCSTION HOW DOCTORS TREA COLDS ANDTHE FLU Fin Step la Tmtraeet I ft BrUk JWTktir With CaJoUbe, the PunAed iad Refined Calomel Tablet that are Nausea lees, &! aaJ Sure. tWIora live fooaj Vr a rr-rf aa r laal a J.a I f rnlla kaj lata Mu t ! li kpa for fall f frllTaaaa kaiU ! lurf la Bala tftar mfh!r flla. Tttl U kf Ua trat Irs Ik tkalraalBfct la Ika a, ttaaaa laaa aelaaaal taU:( cU4 CaiataVa, i wl f fra fro tta a!rkraia aaJ raakaalaf a Sarta af tta i atria rata- ' aaU iKwtara a lea poial aat tka fart j Ikal aa ani'a luar f ( a lua war , tari fravaatirf USaaia aa4 aaa mt Ua aeoat tmporiaal fart ft la aa ahUrf. tha fatirat ta aarrafui! witk ataa4 aa attack aai ar4 el j-aaa- On a Oal. tab a a Iba toaroa at b4 tlaia itk a a"ai! ef atr Ida! ' aX Na aaltt, aa . Bur tka ahni aat laterfraaa wt'.k your aattaf, plaaa- ra tt ta. Nut innra.n tour rul4 kaa vaatakrl. yocr lir la acti". yavr rataoi la puna 4, fca I joa ara fl!a (aa, witk a kaartr a-tt.ta for braak f ait. I'mcf 'ia aril Calotaba aaly la riftaal aai4 farkkf, fnc tktrty bIm aaata. Yaor moaar ariU h rkar faHy rfua!4 if ya 4a aat Sa4 tkaai , aWiktful. (A4. j rEOGVcoocticvl fo aa br kftrr Unltim motil Matbcr Utoaght of Krnp'a Balaam. A bail traapmaluf qvlckly re. krv4 tb imutton, alter fcfca aha aood atnl to alrejx KEMP'S BALSAM win 1 rvetAea The old rlle&l4 a7ww mrwwt BCBE THE LATEST TOT OUT a"' " I The UWta "KWaW Mwale" I ABtahlMoaowparal. NaafMS, laasaiwar. It raato al aarawas I panari traa wkk aai aaciwa I hTand ta ton. baSkbla tar Das e Br (Iri I to I raara. ar for Chrhtntaa. Br Saras' ir. .. Boat I. K awetata. t!l-Xaar,BU,taa!KUatk,sl a- f 1 kMner to tba LARGE SUPPLY OF TO MARKET mmimm- jsBaBas-. " . i fcftr J fteapenal Milk Cellectieft ens! Coaling Mark Wl.an ih maj-rlty f pr,U v) la I ha country or ainall lllak'M, kti'l nearly rf)tt bail a nrit.lMir lih a roar, tha milk market in rlilaii aa alnpla, Ofl I ha rtitlra inira moaiatMl In lha hHc.'ir'a brliirliK or a it-hrr ami fur mcir iu aim anil rarrylnc a a (ha quart of milk. r frtiata J..hiinl aaa anil oal (n deliver milk to liklf a 4teo lielftihr at 3 mila a quart, -krt-tnt lh etra retin, i:etl In Ihe raae pf Mf Clllra, Ihe nMt ronitllTitel )atevn of (ttlnt' milk te lh ro.unirr ntiliei In the ! farttier'a la-lrc the meht au-l mni ! IrtaT j r-xlm-t Ititn rati Bti'l atartlnj fwr I ti e rt!T In tl.nke l.n r-lint from ." I. ruaiiMiiera Ttie mai lilher of ilr l.t!.ti ail In the ham! 2SJ t .nr rwlorer, kt)t ,1irlu'l'ti a I thai (he wartilf.rrjr a o( an ettef t rJittil'llrktl 1miin kar.au frotltm. With Hie ah'.f'.tic of tf -! i-n n Mf rentera an) tt,e rveit-liai of the fnrmer fannint Inn I In the aut-art f emmoier aetil. tiieiit anl eatalea I lie tnarke!ti of mi'k hx IxHimii a aerltin n4lrm "Pie frm-r ho rlfV til k la nit! jr oiie atl- (he Initial one -in a eti whl-h In eli)i)ea a.itKlrre 'he 'irr, the a'efcta nr tn l'r ml!ai. aiij the M( Ht rt'rlt.(tiii arnirlea . an II luatratlon f thiee rhanglut o.n.li tlK.a on ritT mar b ttietitlntml M-ll ha.J t aepa-ate rti I ! k 'li-alrra three jrara tt" hut n- alm.( enflrelT kernel hr three liarrlhutttiff atatlora Tie ui-ef'il fsruer haa learne.) to a!Ju( l.;m.'lf t. thla a:ta k'l The prlnc!'al n.nlii!ona e.ri'-enie! In the marketlr.r nf milk are (hat It ahatl h rlran. ttr frm aduttinit!nia Q.t rfma. ih( It I rnnieil fe.reeljp on (he farm an I ket't rsiol M!e It I (a the rlmvr'a banta. It ahtiM he lrilereit at the ra!lkT Ila(f'r!n In lime f.r the tralsr anil projr(f .rote."tei d-irln trnnlt. H!f effy ilUfrthiitlna- nntiti!i- ami lval Hrla of hmlih hae vttjr Ihiimtthiy Imj r. min -iIut .(the tirrvlfT of ki-e.ttie nil!k ri. ; an1 If Ihe farim-r la Im-llneO t.i ili-tuur. he rrrle an unenmfurtaMe erl eooe J ha'lnc milk tnnie.1 ha. k to him. Ot.e rreaniery retume.l ofer worth nf milk anl rrenn ! farmera. A mltk-iliatrthntlti plant recetel m..n- than .'.i' rnHont of ' l Oetttnj the mtlk tloan lo a low ; tenirtur will he mtirh eaalor If ! yntj hae h-e; n.l thlw l the awi I af tha year when It ta timely tu -k I of li-e atortng fr dairy purjaea. J Whrra a atrram or pond la kvallahle j In the northern aertloo of the t'nlleit j ."tate, natural Ire ran he banreated and atoreij at loar roat. j I'nder orxltnary rtrrumatanrea aNiut i one-half to one ton of Ic ahould h I allowed for earn row for rnollnc cream, or IS to I ton of Ire per cow j fiar cnollnc milk. The Tnlteil Siatoa j P'partnient of Ajrrloiiltiire will eml . l-linnera Tlulletln J7, flvlni: full ' il!re-ttiti for atorlnii Ire, on nijuent. j TTiere are a ntimlwr of milk-coollni,' ' derlcea that can he ow-l. An rftlclent j aurtace coler. ahrre the milk e) t In a thin layer over an lit or hrlne ; ctxilod Burfare, can he owiMnirted kt i amall etpen ami will pay fur ltelf. There are Bcrrral type of thee cool ! era, a (!eT(ptlon of hl(h may be ! obtained hy wrttlnc the lnltil Statea i Dejiartnient of Agriculture for Karm- era' Hulletln PTrl. To hold milk at low temperature otit nlfrpt during the mimnuT a prop erly con at met ed cooling tank U wlao dealrahte. A gnHl covered cooling tank alao protecta the mill from In aecta, dual, foul odora and other Im poHtlea, and If well Inaulafetl also protecta tha milk from frwrlng In winter. Where milk la to he ahlpped Ion distance, aome method of matntaln log low tewperalure during transit Is Deceaaary, and for ahorter dtatancea aome kind of aa Insulated can or felt Jacket for the can la practically India, penaahle. Ice, Jackets and Inaulated can add to the expense, hut usually pay for themselves by reducing spoil age and aecortng a better market for the milk. With the kdvrnt of (rood roads and motortrucks, co-operative hauling of milk la becoming more common, ta aome sections large re gional cooling atatlona hare been es tablished, to which many farmera haul their mtlk. Many farmera atlll haul their owa milk to small clttea. Milk should be cooled to at least BO de grees T, before leaving the farm. The farce ar can then prevent the tempera, tu of the milk from rising more ICE REQUIRED MILK IN HOT SEASON lUtlwi, (Inaatj leading Care for at than a few degreea from farm to ship ping point by throw liig a wet blanket er the ran Jt before starting, or by plating rrarked Ire over tha ran during transit. Loading Milk fee Shipment Where milk la shipped by train or trolley, loading atatlona are usually priiM.li-d. Kunirtliiiea theae are mere plat forma, but often a trark I rtf airuiteil at right angtra tu the railway with a platform that -an Ik rolled out to the rkit.e atid thi-n pulied close to the car to rt-dite loanllng (he train. Where Inl'k la tu I left for any length of tline. tho. plat frtns ahotild he nikiTeil to keep out the sun' raja Worn the milk la m the train the frtner's part of the distribution fiifa, tut hi Intrreat ta not endeL for If the milk l B4HirH at the other end of the rle or If (he health de partli.idt tet shows an eiivaslv ba't ria count due to Improper meth ods of production and oilifig. there may he a reaill.m that will reduce Ms yrar'a proflta. TS.e pr.!ui-i.,n and marketing of mlik la eisrtlrig and fwiulrrs a ktnle,!-e of nimlern mtthoils. Sue cea ..i.n. on fa-tors once on thought of. it,. I the farmer who meets thew iis-1f,,tis lieri-r fa tnsk'ng atir-'ui ai-Hlotiiitil wild tt-e d's trll.ut.ng cinpatilea than the une h lets thlhira slide. RAYLESS GOLDENROD POISONOUS TO STOCK "Alkali Disease" Has Caused Many Fatalities. Investigjtlen Csrntd an In Ntw Mta. loo, Tssaa and Aniom-Fstttat Cattle Ar Uaually tha Ones First Affected. fallowing InveMliiiitloiia of a live stock Blltlivnt coiuuioiily known a "a; kRU ilsr- aM-" or "milk si. ktiens " t!, rolled Slates 1 etiaritilitit of AkTi. ul turr has found (ho raylcus g. !!.:. r -d to be the probable cause. Kipenmot.'al work with this plant prodmvd syn i tuiiis crr-ii mill rig lo those chani.-vr-Istlc of this UIm-b. Invet!j,-iir:.L by the deparuueut Included region. !n New Mcil.-o, Trias, and Arizona wlu rr "alkali disease' hue caused n,ii'. fatalltlea auiotig domestic anlu.H. Ttie raylei goldenroj U known to lMtanlsta a Isocotiia wrlghtll; In Arl toita ctttlemeo souietlmea call It "j::n uiy weed." Ir. C. I. Marsh. poisonous plants specialist for the bureau of aiiiuml Industry, baa found the plant to he poisonous to cattle, shi-ep, and horses. Anumg cattle, typical symptottm nr drowsiness and wenknesa. If the an imal become rxclted or attempt to travel far their motions become i rky and their legs seem to give way. Sinn er unable to get up after falling. The fattest cuttle are usually the oe first afttn-tinl. I'ottaiderable nun. hem of work horses und stock horses hnve dletl In the regions uietitloiied from In lluencvs now attributed to the n .. goKlenriHl. Horse frequently dbsl in from one hi thre days after .show ing symptoms of voitm. Sheep show symptoms similar to those of cattle and horses, ami It Is also likely thut burros are poisoned by the same plant. The ray less goldcnrod la a stout perennial herb commonly growing about 2 feet high, though under favorable circumstances It may reach a height of 4 feet or more. The heads are numerous and have yellow Dow ers. Te prevent losses from this poison ous plant the department points out pastures. When dug out to a depth of 2 or S Inches It seldom reapicars; this plan of eradication Is practicable where the growth is not too extensive. Where plants are too numerous to be dug, reltsnce must be placed In mov ing the animals so that they can get no more of the poison and may receive an abundance of good feed. riant some hardy ratal pa a Id that gully which you can't keep from wash ing:. They will save the soil and quick ly grew Into fence poata. Daddy's Fairy Tale jyAW GRAHAM DOfiMR ejaaBBBBBBSBSBBMatkkBSJi pi s(kisjaf ssfeysjeiast t M)a. IMIU. "IIiw re improied tiling," salJ Ira. Kmvu. "Might I be so bold aa lo ak what you bae ltnpried7M asked Mr. Kmeu, "Well, r ai-en to It that the Mr RliH ii djdii't be-itii kptiilt" "Haven't all the Mrs. Kmeus Seen to (I sir asked Mr. Kmeu. "Ah )ea. they have. Tliey hat been a Pi lot. St baa sll been ie-aue of the first Mrs. Kmeu. hhe waa a I'-aiU r If there eer wa one. Kite told what she had done lo the Miss and Mr. Kmeu who came after her. and atie akcd ua all to follow her e. Btiipie which we all have done. We've all he!M-d Improve tbing. "None of us hate er changed We've all been aa she was, and as I said before, she was a great leader. "Jnt think, thfniaatida or hundred or some such number of Mrs. I.ioeu bate f.kllnue.1 In f.Mit.fiii nf tl.a - j fjrst Mr Kmeu. j "if course they haien't einctly fol- j lor. m her footsteps That Is. they: bi il l sslkeil where she has walked. I "Iter hate goin- in different jsrds an I Walked on different grounds, but tl.e.r w) bae In-en Ihe sjiine, and an we sy (hey bae followeil In her foot- ( st,;. "Were (ii-cr looking cn-sttires and our f'tniiy dead of'eti limke M-ile ls .k!i Our l.eika lire roer'l wilh ro:;rsj which look like Ibv. mid our are ipilte amusing, 'ir benk are rather (n. Intel atnl our little e-e I... k out at the world in a fuui.y kiit " "We don't look out at the whole wo' d" sa d Mr Kmeu. "Well. ou know what I mean" said M- Kmeu. "Kroin our jrl her In j the so we gste ni-u the people who I puss, and Is-ople help to make up the world, and so I say we gare at llie world. "It s fnr easier tlmn i .i n csi-h time that we g:,e at pis.j le tm I a.at -e.. le help to Iliuke Up the world. "We coti.e from Australia, you know, and tbey mil u blri!. 1 l elleie We're itlmost as isri'e as tlip osirlrh family, but tt"t j'i:te. I nM-nn ttat eai h i f us Ik almost large a su miriih. that Is I tneini. "Of course, I dm.'t nienn the South American ostrieli. for we sre ench larger than eudi of them. I".-t I meant that we were almost as large as the African ostrVh. "Io you gr--. Mr. Kmeu?" "vVrtalnly. ctrtmnly," mild Mr. Kmeu. "1 was siK'iiklng." sitld Mrs. Kmou, "of the fine way we art and of the wj- the first Mm. Kmeu taught us all to act "We lay the eggs and then we make our mates look after the eggs and rare for the young. All we do Is to lay the eggs. We don't do any of the Bitting or watching or waiting or train ing of the young. "The first Mrs. Kmeus said, young Mrs. Kmeus. snd young Mis Kmeu who will soon find your mates, do not wear yoursehes all cut in ork!ng. (Imnge the scheme of things ntul make your male do the work. "'You will !:ti. thai they can do It. too. Mr. and Mrs. Ostrich take turn In sitting on the eggs, but don't oen do a much work us that. .lust let Mr. Kmeu do everything but the lay ing of the eggs "'And you will be Interesting snd different, and creatures win say, "'"Gracious, aren't they the bosses though !" "'So, remember my words, for these are the ways that eniens should do ' "And we have remembered. Kven here In the too where we also lay the j eggs, w-e get our maten to do all the i work, and creatures think It Is most j Interesting. I "Ah, we're queer looking w ith our j great long legs like stilts, and our . bodies which look like hay stacks, j And we're cross In the springwe get a sort of cross spring fever. The fever Ir lacking, but the crossness Is present. "But we're Interesting, for we roak our mates do practically all the work, heigh ho, and we are the laiy, curloui Mrs. Emeus." Edward Was Parked. Mother was without a maid, so she found It necessary to leare Kdwart! In her mother' car quite often. One day a neighbor of grandmothet asked Edward !f he was living wltl his grandmother now. "Oh, no," aald the little fellow "mother Just parked me with grand ma while she went te a card party ' I Look After th Cgga. WH1 U-!es$ you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Uayerj SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unhroken pekaje- of ffnuine ,Da)ei Tablets of Aspinn." which contains rtcfer direc tions fof Headache. Earache, Toothache. Neuralgia, Colds. Pheu oatism, Neuritis. Lumbafo, and pain jenerally. Strictly American I Daady He buta of UtsWea east bwt s few omia - vkm Ika Ua4a atark at Harst SuduMn at HMitlaiaaia ml BJiiriiawS The Allnlitle liner rntiir I the I S.i ooe wliiw mh ket I i, Jiisl been flrt a'cnuiship to U- asulpai with at . I i. ,-t is airong or th broOierhiaxl full fledged batik. ' of lliutl. A Feeling of Security You naturally feel aerur when you know that tha niniii me )"u are alsiut to take ta abaoiuuly pur an4 coD'.aina bo barnilul or balm product drugs. bikh a meilinn ia Ir Kilmers h'ssaip rt's(, kidney, bur and bladder rrrwly. The sjnie t(iti Ut I of puti!y. Hrri.'h nl riisrllene i- nuititaitii J m every but I If of ! iti.i i; .(. It is artrntiiiia!!) ronijKiuoJiJ from vr-ffetnl.le l.rrbs. It ia nut a atituuhnt anj i taken in tessjinonlul doM-a. It i not recommended b't everything. It is naturv'a great l.i.j.r in relieving and otereuniing kidney, Lur and blad der trouble. A saorn statement ef purity is with every but lis of Ir. Kilmer a twamp K.-I. II )"U need a nie,!ir:ne. ynu should bavt the best. On aa.e l sll dn.g atom m l!ilii of two sues, medium and large. IliiBevpr, if y.u w nn drsi to try tlua gre.t pn-.ini:..n send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 t o . It ti.-hamfnn. N. V., lor a I aaniple U.ttle tu n r.tmg be sure and DM tltleD Ibis psj r Adv. ' The li.seoirei,!, i tjiun l':i.il lio eay i hair I ruiikliti. BOSCHEE'S SYRUP ANay Irritation, Soothe and Htala Threat and Lung Inflammation. The con st a tit Irritation of a cough leeps the di iichte membrane of the throat and lungs in a coi.gesteil con dition. IW'sehoes Syrup has U-en a favorite household remedy for colds, coughs, bronchitis and especial. y foT lung trou!.li-. In thousands of homes all over the w,.r! l. for the last fifty four years, giving the patient a good night's rest, fn-e from congli.ng. with ewsy etiectoratlon In the iuraU.. Kor Bale everywhere. Adi. BEAUTY MARSHALED FOR CZAR Russian Monarch Selected Brid From the Prettiest Maiden of Land Over Which Me Ruled. In Ituss'.n. In the S;kteet,ti cento ry, the ihoii-e of n bride t'.r the czar wss made from nil the pretty girls of t.e country. Ivan, who ruled l.Vlii-l.".s4. being ready for a wife, ordered all ihe 1 beautiful girls In the country to come ! to Moscow. Preliminary contests were held In each province, and landtdatea selected. In the majority of cases the contestants were delighted with the chance lo go to Moscow, and still more delighted with hope of becoming ruler of Kussln. An immense haH w as built and. on the day of the choosing, l.fsw of the most beautiful girls In ltussl.i were ready to contest fir Ivan's favor. Accompanied by nn sgci! courtier (lie czar strolled through the hull, nil the girls smiling shyly or openly at his highness lis he passed them. After a process of eiimit -at I on was gone through wi:h, Aiiastastn, daughter of an ancient hut poor family, was chosen, and was made empress of 50.ihX'.ihi people forthwith. A Simple Method. "I'm getting rich now." "Making more money?" "No spending less." A London policeman Is not permit- ted to marry without the approval of his superior. GrapeNuts The Cereal That Needs No Sugar Healthful, substantial and full of sturdy nourishment A food of delightful flavor, eatable to the last atom- Sold by grocers everywhere! Cudcur tootle Baby fljaha Tbit Id h and burn with hoi Ulh f ftitlnira followed bv gentle aiioliitltigs of 1'iiMcure ointment. Vottiltig better puri r we,,ter espe rtatly If a little of the fragrant Outl cura Tsicum la dustetl on kl the Bo h. IV each every w here Adv. If jo i are in the wrong uu ally la ltlliS Weliolne. Important te Motrtee cCiamine ruri-luliy every inittle of CAS'ltiltlA. tbiit fnmous oid remedy fur llifsut and children, aud at-e that It Ilcors the 0 - 10 Slgostur. (j&ffira In Tse fur Over a" leara. Cbildrcu Crv for FieUhcr'a Centori M tiey mtikes the n.are go, and tb ghost wn'k. DYEJIGHT Buy only "Diamond Dyes' Q l.mh package of ' l' ainuud Dyee" Coliiam ibrts'tiotia so sanpie lltkt si y whuibii mo diainoiiddye worn, shabby akiris wa.ss, dnsses. i-oata. glove, stock :i.gs sweaters drnries every thing whether Wool. Kl.k, l nen. cottto or mlied g(s!s, new. rich fadeless col ors Hnve ilniggist si1(iw you "Iia niotid I 'yes Color lard " Adv. JOKE ON AMATEUR FARMER He Still Ha Something to Learn About th "Enormou Profit" Mad by Agncu turittt. A federal officii! at Washington has d.scoierei thut l.e has st.ii aometl.iiig to learn touch. ng agriculture. Now, he pun based a fa-ni as a sum mer home fur h.s fumry. and buds special del. gbt in waikitig about the place, commenting on the condition of the crops ami In many ways simw li,g his Interest in his possessions line evening during the summer he was siroiiiLg over the fann. The hired man hud cut the grass during the day a very thin crop and left it ou the ground lo dry. Ihe official saw il and, calling his mini, said : "It appears to r.ie that you are very careless. Why l.uu ti t you be, n more particular In raking up this bay? I "on t jou see that you have left drib bling all around'" For u motm-nt lb hired man stared, wondering whether Lis boss was qui zing Inn. Then he rcpl.eil : "I'r.bbilnp.? Why, s.r, thai the crop '." Moving Picture Fiirrs. (if the average nn '.ng toCisre film, Tii1 to 7" prints are made, ! u: in the eii.se of one of the most popular one ti? many ., -." to 7'.'." prints have sometimes been required. I It Is easier for a man to have the j courage of his convictions If his bank balance Is large enough.