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Tine it! Pape's Dlapepsin ends
' all Stomach misery in five minutes. no some foods you eat hit back taS„ pood, but work badly; ferment i‘t0 stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour gussy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs [Hspeptlc. Jot this down: Papes Dial * i in digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly vour stomach is disordered you win 'p,; happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stom ach so ycu can eat your favorite foods without ear. You fed different as soon as Pape s Dial1 i)?iu comes in contact with the stomach—distress just vanishes—your stoma h g' ts sweet, no gases, no belch ing no eructations of undigested food. Go now make the best investment you evr made, by getting a large fifty rent case of Pape’s Diapepsin from any store. You realize in five minutes how needless il is to suffer from indiges tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv. Consolation. Ijtii, .i.n-'s mother was the |>r«>ml .lit of a new nutomoldle, which M,.' V.- It liming to run w ith -nine till ticuliy. Wittehltig her efforts to buck III,. , I- ,,ut of the giintge one day. doe ,‘,,n>.,] i ng!' -aid: ’Anyway, mot Iter, ton kt:"W how to w ork i lie *eli--.tarter tine, don't yon?" SOOTHES ITCHING SCALPS And Prevents Falling Hair Do Cutieura Soap and Ointment. On retiring, gently rut) spots of dan druff mid itching with Cutieura Oint ment. Next morning shampoo with Cutieura Soap ami hot water using plenty of Soap. Cultivate the use of Cutieura Smip and ointment for every day Toilet purposes. Free -ample each by mail with llook. Address postcard, Cutieura. Dept. L, Bost'iu. Sold everywhere.—Adv. Wasting Time. ' .\r, ;> u au efficiency expert V" "I Mire mu." "To w hat extent W i . i for one i hir 1 think it is a waste ot time to wink at a girl in the dark,' New Orleans Druggist Praises Kidney Medicine II ■ - ■!) sev, ml different ■ ises of kirltii".. over and bladdei ailments that li.el .a greatly henehteil by the u-e of Dr l\i •■!• r'- Sw imp Ko"t 1 have been handling n evt-r sur e it ■ one to New Or!. re : I during nr entire experience I cant ill .1 single inst mee v.... re 1 Il'slllt - M> < ■’ " • ■ very well pleased with the medu in* and tin", spi.ik \,*ry favorably regarding it. \'**n tmlv vours, Ull M 1.1 Y\ Druggist, id-J I ’.st M cga/uit' Street, New Orleans, La, Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You b* n 1 i n (i nt: to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Fungi i on, N \ for a simple size bot tle it will convince anyone You will aim revive ,a booklet of valuable infor ,nr- ' ng al ut the kidneys »nd hlad di r. Whin writing. Ik sure and mention Reg lar fifty-cent and one ■'v: ! 1 11lea for sale at all drug stores. Adv. Revival of Tatting. . Mi' _ h.i- b, l: 1*( \ iv oil ' but w, doll-! Hup : nof. ililb* till fur :i - ! 'I to hold hi- n if, . im lll I..- ijjKI U--CK 111,* us .. poets a 'll i rullii lias beer, under I io* o ' ibio S' li.iir I falling hair means DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save \, Hair! Get a 25 Cen‘ Bottle of t), lenne Right Now—Also Steps Itching Scalp. '■ ■ 111>ri«■ nini scrappy ■ vidi cm uf n neglected -•■"■' •III tliat mi fni st ttrf. Inc. ,.[ destrui't i Ve t(> ' '"'dniir. It rolls the hair iis strength and its very ::!l> producing a feverish 111:1 • of the sculp, which ■ ‘lied causes the hair roots to s|.( • i . . ' 11 aii I die :hen the ' ' f i't. A little I hitiderine any time will surely Suv;' • ■ a; hair. ' 1 !|! I'"! e (i- Kim \ltnn’s 1 ''''"'O au\ store, and after PP'i'a'ion yonr hair will 'lust, r and luxuriance nifuL li will become 11' a ml have i he appear i: ance; an incomparable s" rt ness i,ut wlmt will : "s' will he after just a ' • w h >n you win actual I. "I I;111', downy hair—new - all over tile scalp. Adv. * V lll,:l "nmge raising indu.s Introduml into Alabama SHIP OWNERS HAVE BEEN NOTI FIED OF PRESIDENT WIL SON’S DECISION. SHIPS WILL BE INSURED Lists of Contraband Articles Recog nized By U. S. Differ Widely From Those Drawn Up By Belligerents Since Outbreak of War. Washington The American gov ernment began preparations to arm American merchantmen against Ger many's ruthless submarine warfare. Shipowners have been notified of President Wilson’s decision that ua has full legal authority to proceed with the policy. When vessels said under the policy of armed neutrality they will do so with the support of the administration —expressed in the form of war risk insurante and naval guns and gun ners. In the background will be the entire resources of 'lie United Stat - —ready for action should Germany at tack an American armed ship in vio lation of the warning of the American government. I lie state Depan in-'m view hi u fensive armament is that the mere appi arance of a German submarine or its periscope near an American erne 1 vessel will entitle the vessel to take all measures of protection on the pre sumption that the submarine's pur Ixisp is hostile. This is based on G* r msny's announcement that her subm.: riii“s will attack without warning any belligerent or neutral merchantman encountered within the barred zone Whether this position will be em bodied in instructions to commander* of American armed ships and wheth er arms and ammunition will be fur nished to vessels carrying contraband were discussed, but no ai noctiuement was authorized. President Wilson's altitude has been that no steps of a belligerent char.-m 'er should be taken and that if a state of war comes it mu.-d be titrough Ger many's acting in clear violation of international law. Sortie officials close to the president believe that in line with this policy the United Stat s should not sanction a “shoot-on-sight" wort- discussed, but no announcement aggression. Since the policy of the government in the past has l»een not to insure ve - sels carrying arms and ammunition to the belligirents, it has been const! ered probable that this attitude will be maintained. The lies of contra aand articles recognized by the Knif ed States differ wule|\ from those drawn up by iht* belligirents since the outbreak of the war and therefore it is helievt d that t-aly actual muni tions of war will he placed on the r> stricted list for the purpose of tie termining what ships are to be in sured. Finds Check Dated 1814. Knoxville, Tenn—In examining some old papers of his father, wn> died in IV.o, ('apt W K McKlw e Sd years old, of Hock wood, Tenn, came across a cheek on the Hank i f Hi nnsylvania. I’liiladelphia, for $.V>. drawn May 4. lsi-l. by John Smith, cashier, and Jos S Morris, president, in favor of "!> (lab or bearer." il ■ will attempt to ■ di tin* cheek if tin* bajik still is in existence <> her pi tiers told of the knit of Klixabe'h McKlw.. born ab#ut he fir t < ti I e’t crow.' June 17 V .,1 si-' '. Mil that she was the itrst white child b - a in Knoxville. Mine Their Own Cca . Chicago. ritieago flat owmr; are going t-> min" their e ,n coal. Clan wen : littounci tl for the formation of a Sd.m'd.OoO co-operative eer|M'rai i"'i Options have been obtained on Vtr ro rt\ « yanis will he constructed and con! will lie old to Chicago 11:;' own >r at < > ' minus the cost of operation and pro duct ion. Mann Act Verdict Stands. Washington The Suprem > Court ta fu. “(I to reconsider its recent ruling in t!ie so-called "Diggs-Camineti whim slave" cases, in which it held 'hi? the Matin white slave law applies to private, personal escapad' - as \> -11 a commercializ'd vice The court do nied the application of lha>w Caiu! netti for rehearing. Censure Far the Twelve. Xa-hvillo. Tettn. The state Senate adopted a resolution censuring the minority in the national Senate defeated the nrur-d t: atraety hill. V copy of the ta uilnhon will he ..'ur to I’rosident Wilson ami t i v. e I’rss.dent M iv.-hall Second Qua' in Weed Kn 'V ill-a 'th tin -Kimwil! •• i<ncd p ' t . make . , wihi, a v ••<•); Winds v. u re >h • ’ .and Imii'p,'g- iecke i. hut p , ! :■ u damage r ,;!’, d. The trem.v v. . felt at h i-7 oh lee'; at’d i ovn-*-. f ;■ \ . ..1 - ■ • antis. Not Austrian Submarine. W, l'ngton It has he" i *.n, u1!. ostah'i. hed th ft' the An’. ■".< a-:i sailint h l:o m r l.vman -M. Law wa ; u sun! bj ar ' t.-t lia.iganan subaiariae. WOMAN COULD HARDLY STAND Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. — Fulton, N. Y. — "Why will women pa\ out their money for treatment and receive no benefit, when so many have graved that Lydia . Pinkham’s Vege table Compound will make them well ? For over a year I suffered so from female weak ness I could hardly stand and w a afraid to go on the street alone. Doc tors said medicines wore useless ana omy hii operation would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound han proved it otherwise. I arn now perfectly well and can do any kind of work.”—Mrs. Nellie Phelps, care of R. A. Rider, R.F.L). No. 5, Fulton, N. Y. We wish every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the let ters written by women made well by Ly dia E PinkharVs Vegetable Compound. If you have bad symptoms and do not understand the cause, write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for belpful advice jj*ven free. Do Tell! He Sn ynii let Lielltemtnt Toppli kiss you 7 She Yes. Ih i A (in you know? He 1 lu'iird him brae In'd >im-l: powder. GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS WONDER How they ever got along without Red Cross Pall Blue This really wonder ful blue makes clothes whiter than snow. Get the genuine Red Cross Ball Blue at your grocers.—Adv. Where Tin Comes From. More than two-thirds of tile world's supply of tin is mined in (in- Malay peninsula. Weak, Fainty Heart, and Hysterics can be rectified by taking "Renovine a heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $ 1 Adv. limi t prolong a quarrel. .Make one hard fight and then quit. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are tlie orig inal little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulute liver and bowels.—Adv. It is easier to renew a good tvsidu i.iii than a '.to day note. - ..1 ~ I Boschee’s German Syrup | We all take cold sonic time and every body should ha\c Boschee’s German Syrup handy at all times for the treat ment of throat and lung troubles, bronchial coughs, etc. It has been on the market 51 years. No better rec ommendation is possible. It gently soothes inflammation, eases a cough, insures a good night’s sleep, with free expectoration in the morning. Drug gists' and dealer:'.’ everywhere, 25c and 75c bottles. Don’t take substitutes. Boschee’s German Syrup _iii — - - — STOCK UCK IT-STOCK LIKE IT For Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Contains Cop peras for \\ orms. Sulphur for the Blood, Saltpeter for the Kidneys, N'ux Vomica.a Tonic, and Pure Dairy Salt. I sed by Vet erinarians 12 years. No Dosing. Drop Bruk in feed-box. Ask yourdealer for Blackman's or write BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COMPANY < IIATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 90H ft «• v'|tilrtll»• varieties of one-year- ft -Xr t"el\e two-yeur-old plant* for ft jr $.<.00. Ev»-ry r- n. Kuarante.il to I m l .o:n Our Spring Oui.te glv. a ft [y ]■ mta shrubs. fruits a? 1 berrb-a. ft *| Scud for it today. It'a tree. I If .JOS. W. VESTAI. & SON S J Hoi Kofi Little Hock, \rk. p ,e |P enable tlie dyspeptic to ent whatever he aUHcn. I hey cause the food to assimilate anJ nourish the hodv, give appetite, anJ DEVI L OP I LI SH. I»r. ! i.lt Manuf...; urine Co. N.w Vork p ©dll Home Sold fill 3 T years, For Malaria,Chills iih) Ii'vit. Also a Fill.' (.«'noral Sir iiji'.licnintj Tonic. Ui u*M' • \v .id i.pent i*n» Positive Liver \ stomach rented? V . < il) Kcsu.th sure; home remedy Write today tiUiuueKtmedyCo .Dept.W*?,£l$b De*rb<>rUk>t.,Ckic«#> | D\IR't FACT 5 GIVE COW NUTRITIOUS FEEDS Pennsylvania Experiment Station Rec ommends Decrease in Silage in Drying-Off Process. For a considerable period before the dairy row is due to freshen it is best i to feed highly nutritious feeds. About j 60 days before the rime for pnrturl , tion tlie cow stiouid be dried off. It Is necessary tlint tins be done care fully. as old milk left in the udder may lead to garget or other ills. For tlie drying-off process the Pennsylvania experiment station rec ommends decreasing the silage to about 'JO pounds and the grain to four pounds daily. No change is necessary in the amount of hay fed. After tin* cow is dry tin* grain ration is re sumed and the amount of grain in ereased gradually until the week Just previous to freshening. The grain ration ought to he laxa tive in character, highly nutritious and palatable. During the last week the cow should in* placed in a box stall and her grain lessened. Equal parts of wheat bran and ground oats or chop with alfalfa hay and man gels js recommended as a good ration to feed at this time. After parturition the cow should not he milked until the second day. except by tin* calf, unless, as is the practice of some dairymen, tin* calf is removed at once. For several days the cow should he allowed only tepid water. For feed, good clover hay, mangels and bran and oats are probably best until her system becomes normal again. Ry the third day the cow may be returned to her stall. KEEP DAIRY PRODUCTS COLD Special Precautions Should Be Taken to Cool Milk After Being Drawn and Then Kept So. Milk and cream are perishable prod ucts and every possible precaution should be taken at the farm and in the home to keep these products whole come. In the fall with the cooler weather, there exists an opinion that ice or other methods of cooling milk and cream is unnecessary to have these products remain sweet in cold weather, says Prof. V. It. Jones of the South Dakota department of dairy hus bandry. This is a false assumption. Special precautions to see that these dairy products are cooled immediately after drawn and kept cold until deliv ery are important. Milk and cream will contain germs or (lactic acid) bacteria no matter how careful we are in its production. The bacteria that cause milk to sour multiply very rapidly at moderately high temperatures (70-80 degrees F.) if the milk or cream is cooled to 50 degrees F. or less, the growtlt of these germs is held in check and these food products remain sweet for a longer period. If tin* dairy farmer does his duty In properly cooling milk and cream at the farm, either with ice or cold run ning water, and tin* same precautions are taken in tin* home, there will be less trouble with sour milk and cream. REMOVE CREAM FROM BOTTLE Simple Utensil With Which Cream May Be Taken From Milk Bottle With out Mixing Milk. A utensil for removing > r am from a milk bottle consists of a cylinder about half the length of a quart bot tle and of a diameter slightly le>s than that of the mouth of the ordinnr.v milk container. The device is held in one hand, the index linger passing through a small looped handle at tin* upper end. Projecting from the other*i.-e «*h>s. d Cream Separator. upper i-iit 1 of the cylinder i» a small tube. A screen extends across the cylinder's lower end. After inserting the separator into tin* bottle to the depth of the cream, the thumb is placed over the end of the tube. The sep arator may now be lifted from tin1 bot tle idled with cream, the screen and suction coiubinluii to keep the tiuid from llowlni; downward, l’opular Me t hanics Magazine. CLEANLINESS CF CALF FENS Use Abundance cf N cc C. * 1 Dig Out All Manure Frcc, Calves A>e Frick The calf ]»en mu-' l-<- }:*•-•’ < lean. I'se jot-, ot nir-r- s.rao, ; ■ i: i i n; r if upon a let of form d< • 1 tilt'.. 1 ut diu out .-■! 1 manure very fri'r,neutly and all fresh straw almost daily. <’dws are so frisky that tin y tramp th • tmw 1111• > tko manure to bent every th! nip Separator milk, tender clover or al falfa hay, brail, oil meal, silage, shelled corn, such feeds are h> stuff tfood calves arc Hindu of. Straighten Up! Don’t Lose a Day’s Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With “Dodson’s Liver Tone.” fgh ’ Calomel makes you sick Take a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to night and tomorrow you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones • alomel, when It conies into contact with sour bile crashes into it. break ing it up This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping If you !>-. i sluggish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels consti pated or you have headache, dizziness coated tongue if breath is bad or stomach sour just try a Rpoonful of harmless Dodson's I.iver Tone Here's my guarantee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 30-cent bottle of Dodson’s I.iver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight and If ft doesn’t t —.. ■' .- ■■ straighten vou right up and make you feel flue and vigorous by morning 1 v-'ant you to go hack •;» the store and get your money. Dodson’s L'ver Tone is destroying the sale of -ialomel be came it (a real liver medicine; entire I; vegi-tabb-, therefore it cannot sali vate or make you s'clc. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodf n s Liver l one will put your slug gish livi-r to work and clean your bow o!s of t i’ sour bile and constipated wast- which is clogging your system and making you feel miserable I guar antee that a bottle of Dodson’s Diver Tone will keep y ur entire family feel ing fine for months Give it to your children It la harmless; doesn’t gripe and they like its pleasant taste. Adv. W, L. DOUGLAS “THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE” $3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8 A£8nwfflH* Save Money by Wearing W. iL. Dougina shoes. For sale by over 9000 shoe dealers. The Best Known Shoes in thW World. \V7 I. Douglas name and the retail price is stampeivi on the hot ” tom of all shoes at the factory. The value is gu.lflantt the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shot j retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no moraS Francisco than they do in New York. They are always wof_ I price paid for them. i ' I 'he quality of VV. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by mojfct -*■ than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart' styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America, lliev are made in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., 1 by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and ( supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest \ determination to make the best shoes for the price that money can buy. Ask voiii- shoe dealer for W. T,. Dougina sheen. If lie ran- /; tv_ not supply you with the kind you want, take no other [ get Alioesof the highcNt Ntainlartl of quality for the price, r ' n t by return until, pontage free. ^Hv Boys LOOK FOR W. L. Douglas A// (f / . Ln name and the retail price $3.00 $2.50 & $2. .tamped on the bottom. COLT DISTEMPER : You can prevent this loathsome disease from running through your stable and cure all the colts suffering with It when you begin the treatment. No matter how young. SPOH.VS Is safe to use on any colt. It Is wonderful how It prevents all distempers no matter how colts or home at any age are "exposed." All good druggists and turf goods houses and manufacturers sell SPOHN’S at 50 cents and *1 a bottle; $3 and Jlrt a doxen. SPOHJf MEDICAL CO., Chruit.la and Bacteriologists, doahen, lad., C. 9. A. Could Tell Him That. Clicni How miiidi will your upln iun In* worth in lliis euseV" Lawyer— "I am ton modest to sa> 1 tin I can tell you wltat I’m going lo eluirge you." Itoston Transcript. SYRUP OF FIGS FOR H CHILD'S BOILS It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. I.ook back at your childhood days, rtemembor the 'dose" mother insisted on—castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. .Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-found d Their tender little "insides" arc injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its action is positive, hut gentle Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy, they know children love to take it. that it never fails to lean the liver and bowels and sweet -n the stomach, and that a teaspooufu! given today saves a sick child tomor ■ow. Ask at th - store for a 50-cent bottle f 'California Syrup of Figs," which ua.s full directions for babies, children of all ages and tor grown ups plainly on each bottle. Adv. Pockets in Shoes. Sm-ill |«irM‘h for Mihinlilcs. inioiiil *d to lie Installed to lining' of Shoe' ,:,\e liet i: jinlelileil. THAT GRIM WHITE SPECTRE, Pneumonia, follows on the heels of n II eg 1 eet ei I cough or (old. Delay till !ong'e!. T.die M:insfield’s Cough Bnl gim. I ‘tie. jite and SI (Hi Adv. ( le .ls|onaH> 1 lie re i' mitered -leek i in dry goods liii'ines'. Sudden Death Before an Insuranei* company will take ;l risk on your life the examining I’liysh ,au w ill test your w ater and re jio/i v.hetlier you are a good risk. When, your kidneys get stuggisb and clog, you suffer from lairkaehe. sick, heada- lie. dizzy spells, or twinges and [lain - i*f lumbago, rheumatism and gout or sleep is disturbed two or three time;, a night—take heed, before too hate! Voti ran readily overcome such con ditions ami prolong life by taking the - d’. ’ee nf fan,o-i . physician. which P : ■ IB * -p tic kidue. ' i;i good order, avoid r.. > : 'i'll meat. nhjnhol or tea, 1 :r. ji!. :11y ot / are water and drlxe the i;; ,e arid out oi , lie system by taking j Vntit ■ in tablet inn." Von can obtain i Anni n', double strength, at drug stores, •|i discovery of nr. Pierce of invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, M. V. I Solar Surface Temperature. Tin* latest estimate of Hie absolute temperature of the solar surface Is that of F. Ittseoe of Warsaw, whose Computation is bused upon the in tensltj of radiation for Individual wave-length In the solar spectrum as obtained with the spectro-bolometer at the Smithsonian astrophysicnl observa tory. Me gets an average of 7,Rod de crees plus loo degrees Centigrade. COVETED BY ALL hut possessed by few—a beautiful head of hair. If yours is streaked with gray, or is harsh and stiff, you can re store it to Its former beauty and lus ter by using "La Creole” Hair Dress ing. Price $1.00.—Adv. Wise men are those who keep other people from getting wise to them. \ohod\ ever ran a successful cor ner in happiness. WHAT IS LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA A Digestive Laxative CATHARTIC ANJ LIVER TONIC Lax-Fos is not a secret or Patent Modi* < ino hut is composed ot tho following old* fashioned roots and herbs: CASCARA BARK BLUE FLAG ROOT RHUBARB ROOT BLACK ROOT IV1AY APPLE ROOT SENNA LEAVES AND PEPSIN In Lax-P ’S the Cascara is improved by the addition of these digestive ingredients a aking it better than ordinary Cascara. and thus the combination acts not only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic but also as a digestive and liver tonic. Syrup laxa tives are weak, but Lax-Fos combines strength w ith palatable, aromatic taste and does not gripe or disturb the stomach. One bottle will prove Lax 1 s is invaluable for Constipation, Indigestion or Torpid. Liver Price 50c. “ROUGH on RATS,,rr:.,». “MX W. N U., LITTLL ROCK, NO. 11-1917. OKLAHOMA NEWS ftlthihiunii City, Okla.— I nan truly ,and thankfully .say 1 have taken L»r. l'leree's medicines, tile 'Favorite iVe script ion' and the ‘('in I de n Medical iMscovery,* and they did lue a world of good."— M [£ S (il'SSIR I H I'SON. Stock \ arils station. Pleasant Pellets for stomach, liver mhI how els, are mti'le tip of the May apple, tilue leaves anti Jalap. This well-known pellet was nuife up nearly fifty years nyo. h.v I *r. Pie(ce, tint! ean fe olnalnel from .almost any npothe ivy the same ns I»r. Plei v's Favorite Prescription, the ever-fummis fricml to ailing women, an I IP’. Pierce's fSolilen Met lien I Piseovery. proven h.v years to be the greatest general tonic.