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USE OF LAND FOR LIVE STOCK FARMING I RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION r t FOR THE KIDIIEYS I i ATTEMT1M? fciT l&fiP --:J . -' For many years druecists .have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medi- cine. . -- ;-- - - It is a physician's prescription. . Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad- i uer ao me wont nature intended tney should do. r Swamp-Root has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and I it should help you. No other kidney medi cine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. - However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Br. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. , THESE COWS ARE HEAVY MILK PRODUCERS. (Pverar'Ml bv the United States Depart 1 ment of Agriculture.) Tho :t mount of human food produced per new when the land is devoted to the lending types of live stock farming is f.'.r small-! than in the case of most crop products available for direct use us human food. The justification for the ue of hind for live stock farm in?, even under present emergency con ditions is twofold. In the first place, live st"(lc products add variety to the diet, and thus conduce to human vi tality and efficiency. They contain relatively larse numbers of elements which are necessary to the nutrition of the human body and which are found less commonly in vegetable products. Dairy products are espg- cir.nv imnortant in the nutrition oi children. In the second place, many of the products of the farm are not directly usahle ns human food, but when fed to fnrpi animals are converted into highly valuable nutritive substances. These products include corn stover, straw, hay, pasture grasses, and nu merous waste products found on near ly nil farms. Large quantities of by products of certain manufacturing processes also are used as food for farm animals and thus converted into human food. Oil meal, gluten meal and sugar-beet pulp are examples. The necessity for variety in the hu man diet justifies the use of a cer tain amount of grain for stock feed, except in the most urgent extremity. The two types of live stock for which feeding grain is most justifiable are dairy cows and swine. An acre of land devoted to the support of either of these two classes of farm animals produces far more human food than is the case with any other class of live stock. Milk. Milk heads the list of live stock products per acre as a source of both protein and energy. The wide range of nutritive substances con tained in milk makes It by far the most Important of our animal prod ucts. The cost of producing milk often can bo lowered by increasing the amount of roughage and decreasing the amount of grain fed to dairy cows, This Is especially the case where such roughag.; as silage, alfalfa, clover, or soy-bean hay is available. Cheese and .Butter. Next to milk and pork, more human food per acre can be produced in the form of but ter than In any other animal product Not the Same. A fledgling author at the Century club in New York drew forth a manu script and volunteered to" read it to Robert W. Chambers. - "You know ho,w Poe, the young man .said, "read his. stories to an. old colored mammy, don't you? He be lieved that what pleased the old mam my would please .the public, and he killed the scenes the old girl didn't like, and built up those she did. Well, Bob, I want ha, ha, ha ! I want to use you in the same way. nave a drink and a cigar, and then " "Excuse me, my boy," said Mr. Chambers, and he rose and took his hat and stick. "You don't happen to be Poe, and therefore I don't feel called on to be yur old colored mammy." To do your duty during these trying times your health should be your first consideration. These two women tell how they found health. Hellam, Pa. M I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vej . etable Compound for female troubles and a dis placement. I felt all run down and was very weak. I had been treated by a physician without results, bo decided to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial, and felt Jjetter right' away. I am keeping house since last April and doing all my housework, where before I was unable to do any work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound is certainly the best medicine a woman can take when in this condition. I giveyou permission to publish this letter." rMrs.E. E. Crtjmlixg; R. No. 1, Hellam, Pa. Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps and dragging I down pains, was irregular and had female weakness and displacement. I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound which gave me relief at once and restored my health. I should like to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's 4 remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in asimi lar way." Mrs.ELisEHEiM,R.No.6,Box83,Lowell,Mich, Why Not Try I Especially in those sections where al falfa is the leading field crop, which is the case in many parts of the West, the production of maximum quantities , able under present conditions. Pork. The hog is by far the most efficient of domestic animals in con verting grain Into meat.' The prod uct of .an acre of land, when fed to hogs, produces five times as much meat as when fed to any other farm ani mal. Even these animals can be kept with relatively small expenditures of grain by making liberal use of such forage crops as alfalfa, clover, soy beans, rape, and various other kinds of pasture. A great gain also can be made by marketing hogs at lower weights than customary. Gains made below 200 pounds require much less grain than those above this weight. Hoes are also a valuable means of disposing of many kinds of waste on the farm, such as kitchen refuse, skim milk, whey, and defective fruits, vege tables, and grains. The fact that colored laborers In the cotton fields of the South live largely on cornmeal and pork prod ucts is of Interest. The economic conditions of their existence require the greatest possible economy in food consumption. They have been driven by force of circumstances to subsist mainly on the crop producing the larg est amount of human food per acre, and for the sake of diet, the most efficient food-producing animal avail able to them. Other Animal Figures show that beef cattle, sheep, and poultry produce comparatively small quantities of hu man food from' a given area of land. Cattle and sheep can be maintained largely on cornstalks, straw, defec tive or otherwise cheap hay, waste land pastures, weeds, and the like. These animals should be kept at least In sufficient quantity to prevent waste of such materials. Although poultry produces relative ly little human food from a given area of land, a small number of fowls maintained on farm wastes more largely than Is the case with any other farm animal. They consume scraps from the kitchen, waste grain about the feed lots, weeds, Insects, etc. A sufficient number of them should be kept on every farm to utilize all such materials to the fullest pos sible extent. - Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when Jit is entirely closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the inflammation can be re-" duced and this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which is an Inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. All Druggists 75c. Circulars free. , F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. v J, mm 0 Of Tj. I II J LYDIA E.P1NKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. Back to Civilization. Bobby and his folks had Just moved into Chicago. Through some misun derstanding the carpets and most of the furniture were delayed nearly a week.- During that time Bobby and his little new-made friends had a glo rious time racing through the almost empty house. Late one afternoon the furniture arrived and things were soon set in order. Bobby was heartbroken. The next morning he greeted his friends with: VOh, pshaw, kids! You can't come in any more. We've come back to civilization." A Patriotic Preference. "Have you any speeches to make be fore congress?" "No,"" replied Senator Sorghum. "I am perfectly satisfied to vote without talking rather than risk being classified with those who talk without thinking.' SOAP AND POSSIBLE FAMINE Youngsters Have No Worry Over lm pending Danger Conservation of the Present Supply. Probably all the j'oungsters, partial" larly the boys, believe that while there's life there's soap. The millen nial dream of 'their childhood years would come could they but escape the dally inquisition of soap and water. Annnrpntlv there will never be a wa- free samples address, "Cutlcura, Dept. ter shortage. But, according to ad X, Boston." At druggists and by malL f Washington, indicating dos- Cutlcura Is So Soothing To Itching, burning skins. It not only soothes but heals. Bathe with Cutif cura Soap and hot water, dry gently and apply Cutlcura Ointment. For Dream of Future Belgium. Belgium is a desert, and of alljts cities where has accumulated so much that is historical and beautiful there remain intact only four Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent and Bruges. But it is possible that a change is at hand, that Bruges may once more become not the Venice of the North for that time Is past but an Important town in a regenerated Belgium, for already its citizens have begun to dream of deliv erance and a new existence, with some portion of their former prosperity. Question of Shape. Brazen Co-ed What shape is a kiss? Unsophisticated Fresh Why uh I never noticed. B. C. Well, give -me one and we'll call it square. Didn't Matter. Passenger (loudly) Man overboard JGholly 'Piffle (who Is seasick) Ob, splash. Could Be.. Willie Monk Ain't you a stork? Mr. Stork What did you think was a bill collector? Colds Cause Headache and Grin I-AXATIVH BELOMO OUININS removes the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine," B. W. QBOVH'8 signature is on dox. dug. Patience Is a virtue found very often In lazy people. Bore Eyea, Blood-Shot Eyes, Watery Eyea, icky Eyea, all healed promptly v th night ly applications of Roman Eye Balaam. Adv. Anyway, some thrifty men lay up a store of canned righteousness. v J Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. Hungry or Thirsty? I heard George Tully, the well- known actor, tell a good story of a chance meeting with a breakdown per former, observes- a writer in the Chi cago American. While feeling In his pocket for the customary coin, It occurred to him to ask the derelict : "Have you had break fast yet?" . A huncry or was It a thirsty? waukee Journal, there will not be any look came jnto the latter' eyes. more of the hateful stuff that the Ger "Not a drop," he replied earnestly. J mans first introduced for cleansing sible failure of the soap supply unless everyone conerves carefully, there i a faint hope for the youngsters of re lief from a part of the daily sanitary" ordeal. Oh, Joy! If all the fathers of the country wilt carelessly leave the soap In their bath water enough times, and all the moth ers w!W carefully wrap their wet wash- rags around the cakes, and all the kld will blow a sufficient number of soap bubbles, observes a writer In the Mll- 4Not a drop, George, on my honor!" GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER If you can't marry dollars the next best thing Is to marry sense. COLIC IN HORSES demands PROMPT attention. Keep one ox two Dottles 01 Dr. David BoberUT Colic Drench j? In your medicine chest all the time. it relieves in me soonest pussiuw time. Bead the Practical Home 'Veterinarian. Bena lor tree dook let on ABORTION IN COWS. If no riMtlnr in vonr town, write Or. Diild Roberts' Vet. Co., 100 Brand Avmim, WaukMha, Wit. W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, No. 1-1918. purposes and to the discomfort of bil lions of happy boys and girls. Folk did not use soap In biblical days. They had only ashes and grease to scrub with. The" early Greeks and Romans got along without It. Why should It be a necessity today? Tne old folks may look forward withv fear to a soap famine. They may de- c 1 Has been used for all ailments that are caused by a disordered stomach and inactive liver, such as sick head ache, constipation, sour " stomach, nprvnna inrile-pstlnn. fermentation of - f I , Jl A. a - M M M. food, palpitation of the heart caused by precate tne lessened proaucuon oi ia gases in the stomach. August Flower and the inability to transport vegetable is a gentle laxative, regulates digestion oils from over the seas. They may call both in stomach and intestines, cleans those who waste soap citizen slacker and sweetens the stomach and alimen- nonpatrlots and all that. But to tary canal, stimulates the liver to se- youngsters nave tne r own opinio " I a t a. A. A aII V. m Vi - -1 i-vr . Ml ImnnrlHoo from thp Willi Uie BOUU. JL.et 1L ttii ue uuuicu uy, hfot fontents lBFluid Piacl mm Mm is WASTEFUL METHOD OF DISPOSING OF MANURE Where Hogs Are Fed Concen trates, Droppings Are Richest Produced on Any Farm. t liquid manure and reduces the amount of filth about the barnyard ana mini mizes the danger of disease. When it is necessary to feed hogs in closed lots manure should be coi lpcted and protected from leaching un til it can be hauled to the field. There t a tendency to IS Jiuuauij 0 - ' place the feeding pen on a steep hill- - 1 1 rt rr cifio nr npnr riitcnes wnere u OIUV V part of the manure is carried direct- ly Into the streams Dy neavy ruin lost through leaching. This may oe an easy way to clean the pens occasion ally, hut it Is extremely wasteful of fertility. As a rule, wnen nogs ui lot fed practically all the manure is lost. There was never a time wneu manure was worth so much as it is to day, and every effort should be made ill; mm mm i Hog manure is usually left where It " dropped, and in many cases this jnotbod of disposal is economical, but VK(tlu iS lt may e very wasteful hprp lss are fed concentrates the "wnuro is otic of the richest produced Jn the inn,,. F. l. Duley of the Unl- orsity of Missouri college of agricul- 'Ure mrnt.nr.c , i i tli manure from hogs may be K save " turned in ini. i . -.,!, n- I " rPs, CJ) . stablishing temporary feed Q0 NOT OVERFEED CHICKENS field. "iun possible the first method is Mialiy most practical, and requires xpenso. Where crops of any ire , :isturod by hogs the manure return,.,i directly to the land. This Ml On!? r.ifl trm fsf ,nrrrr1nrr Anwn 1 rnHnT.-aPER CENT. AVcelableftepafationfcrAs- tinaiiStomaandBOj CfWn r . " lOr It no!" fT.lv ontmo lnl.ni- rf I rt 4 i, . , . i,, crop, dut. requires no Resting ii am! of tho manure back to the 1r1 -ntM . m ....J in ' "uuis no waste or leruiuy r, . many farms lt hag been found fen(1. I)ruttl(,(' to establish temporary Best Results Secured When Fowls Are Active and Not Overfat Make Them Exercise. Great care should be exercised not to overfeed the fowls. Best results are c- roil in both eegs and health of fowls when they are active and not overfat. Feed only what gram ui fowls will eat up clean. They should be compelled to exercise vigorously In a deep straw Utter for all their grain, , especially in winter or wnen rris. They should come i i i i mi t w- v a m (cifulncssanajK ncmierOpiam,forphlae Mineral. Not awuH Atx Senna JtocktUtStUt Anise? aw . tudtSte firtfUd Sonar k ufiA Remedy for. resuttintherefjmW- rac-SimUeSinattfeot For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of Tf 1 Y wr . it m m m. blood. Sold in all civilized countries. 80 and 90 cent bottles. Adv. quickly. Then a long, long rest from the daily soap annoyance. The Versatile Barber. Some years ago there was a boom town, Blessing, on the gulf coast of Texas, relates the New York Evening Sun. A newcomer built a shack there near the railway station. On one side he had a barber chair and necessary equipment, and on the other a forge and anvil. Between the two trades he managed to make a living. One day a traveling salesman went into the shack, threw himself into the barber chair and asfled that he be shaved so he could catch a train that was due In fifteen minutes. The proprietor looked across the shack and shook his head. "Sorry, mister,", he said, "bat there's a plowshare ahead of you." Off on Hash. Jack's mother had made hash for supper. His father asked him If hm cared for a second helping, and Jack replied: "N'o, thanks; my stomach don't appreciate that hash." Childish rage Is not more dignified" when it gets older and can yell louder. Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years o) . Ml u QBNTAUIB 0OMMNTf NCW YORK OHr A Roundabout Slur. "I thought your wife's name was. Elizabeth?" "So it is." "Then why do you call her Peggy?" "Short for Pegasus." "What has that to do with It?" "Whv. Pegasus is an immortal steed." "What of that?" "Sh! Not so loud! She's In the next room. You see, an immortal steed Is an everlasting nag, so there you are !" When Coffee Disagrees quick results for the better follow a change to ft Mad Enough to Fight. A Massachusetts man who happened to be on two different transports when they were torpedoed has finally be come so mad at Germany that he has enlisted and says he is ready to fight. Well, that's something more gained, even if the angry man doesn't succeed in breaking through anywhere. Springfield (O.) News. that m me ?.?s ure. or ir:;: meal. Overfeeding Is k.i - itt i : i : i ii ii rrik nri k rv riAvACiiran i uuukij -v . - Injurious to both health and egg pro- 'uero ... .. . Uitia, "eeaea. Tnis may some- --- aciiv mntract i9 -r is n ntr f. ductlon. Overfed hens easily contract it stvc both the solid and disease and cannot produce eggs. S5 ESH-CRISP-WHOlSOME-DEUaO0S nir tiumnv uitimk INIMK 111 TUB MAKING OF ffltn BISCUITS MAKE THEM THE STANDARD f EXCELLENCE 4pv PcoUr tuttitfi. or if not h shoall. cfsk turn or write as ivtiuj his name CHATTANOOGA BAKERY U L I CNATTAM004A Has Faith, Too. Benny She's got religion all of a sudden. Jenny Yes, ail the flattery the young men heap on her she takes as gospel truth. Town Topics. Fatal Chagrin. "What did the old miser ule otV? "I guess he died when ho found he had to spend his breath." A delicious, drug free drink, tasting much like high grade coffee, com forting and satisfy ing to the former coffee user, Ideal for children. "There's a Reason9 for POSTUtt 4 Sold by Grocers "Hiir :innnr 4?. I ' I. -. i 1 r v i -1 i t e :