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Calomel Users! Listen To Me! '
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Your druggist gives back your money if it doesn't liven your liver and bowels and straighten you up without making you sick. 'A Tempting veal loaf WHAT is more tempting for asummer luncheon than Libby's savory Veal Loaf I Prettily garnished it makes a dainty yet sub stantial dish and one ail ready to put on the table! Order Libby's Veal Loaf today. You will want it always on your shelves for quick lunch eons for unexpected guests. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago SiiiiBiBHiinnnnflBBDnnnDBnnnnnnonnnDnnnnnnnnnnnno BIB No Virtue in Numbers. Mary had a little Jamb. 'Probably more famous than the president's sixteen sheep," she cried. At the Opera. "What a powerful voice that tenor has!" "Yes;. I can't hear myself talk when he's singing." r ammer s Share Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a lower cost than almost any other farm product. The United States Department of agriculture reported in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approxi mately two-thirds to three-fourths" of the final retail price paid by the con sumer for the resulting beef. Under normal conditions, the farmer's share of retail prices of various farm products is approximately as follows: Butter 71 per cent CATTLE 66 to 75 F.crcrft 6r ner cent Potatoes Poultry Fruits 55 per cent 45 per cent 35 per cent per cent The difference between farmer's price and retail price represents the necessary expenses of packing, freight and whole sale and retail distribution. Swift & Company not only performs the manufacturing operations of pre paring cattle for market in its well equipped packing plants, but it pays the freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing houses, and in most cases even delivers to the retail butcher. All this is done at an expense of less than 2 cents per pound, and at a profit of only about l4 of a cent per pound of beef. Large volume of business and expert management, make possible this indis pensable service to the live-stock raiser and to the consumer, and make possible the larger proportion of retail prices received by farmers. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois We can face another year of work rith immense confidence, in the light if the recent report of the American Red Cross on its expenditures in Eu rope, and America. This report is a revelation and an inspiration. It is more than a matter of duty now to be a busy member of this wonderful, wholly modern and efficient organiza tion. If this report stirs no pride of country in the heart of the woman ' who reads it she may be sure her soul is about dead or held a famishing prisoner by her self-centered mind. To be in the midst of a world of good deeds and to take no part in them when the way is always open can you imagine it? What happens to your dollar when you send it forth on its errand of mercy through the medium of the American Red Cross was explained In a statement issued as a prelude to the opening of the campaign for an other $100,000,000 war fund. The magnitude of the work which the Red Cross is doing on all battle fronts and for American prisoners in Germany is disclosed by the figures: Relief work in France $30,936,103 Relief work in Belgium... 2,086,131 Relief work in Italy 4,588,826 Relief work in Russia 1,206,906 Relief work In Roumania. 2,676,368 Relief work in Serbia 894,580 Relief work inGreat Brit ain 3,260,230 Other foreign relief work. 4,476,300 For U. S. prisoners in Ger many 361,664 For Red Cross personnel sent abroad 201,300 Relief work in U. S 9,723,823 Army and navy base hos pitals 111,000 There are two things the Red Cross can always use, it seems; they are money and knitted wool socks. Almost every woman can furnish one or both Ugh ! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible ! Take a dose of the dangerous of these in some measure. - Recently dru& tonight and tomorrow you may the Red Cross ladies in a Kentucky lose a day's work, town held a corn-shucking bee fur a Calomel is mercury or quicksilver grain merchant who found it difficult kich causes necrosis of the bones, to get laborers. They worked to the Calomel, when it comes Into contact merry tune of $75, which cash chey with sour bile, crashes into it, breaking turned in to the Red Cross, thereby lt UP- s is when you feel that awful making themselves justly famous as nausea and cramping. If you are slug an enterprising chapter. They n:v gsn and "all knocked out," If your proud and we are all proud of thera. llver Is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coat- J9 A 9 Mt i -a a Fashion Points of Interest. eu ngue, n Dream is Daa or stomacn There are four things in fashion that sour just try a spoonful of harmless are often discussed today: The severe Dodson's Liver Tone tonight, uncollared neck line, the short sleeve. Here's my guarantee Go to any the cape back and the lack of chiffon druS store and get a bottle of Dodson's blouses. A dressmaker drew a pa tron's lttention to the absence of the latter garment because of the preva lence of one-piece frocks, and told how the shirt waist people were depending upon wash blouses to continue their business. Sailor collars are not smart. High collars that roll upward at the back and down in the front are not at tached to coats. The collars that go on bodices of one-piece frocks end be fore they reach the collarbone, and the rest of the decolletage is untouched by any line of white. Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fiaft and vigorous I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dod son's Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine ; entirely vegetable, therefore it cannot salivate 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 consti pated 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 fam ily feeling fine for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taster RelieveYour Rheumatism For 25c NR does it by improving digestion, assimilation and elimination the logical way. New Sleeves. The only sleeve eccentricities of the present time are very mild ones. Eve ning gowns, from having no sleeves at all, have taken to having long angel clouds of tulle that float downward from the shoulder and, it would seem, help to fight the coal shortage by keep ing their wearers warm by a mere shadow of fabric. Anyway, it is emi nently becoming and very much of a relief after too many bare arms. The single film of chiffon or tulle confers a softening effect on arms that are too thin as well as those that are too fat both of which have fared but ill during the reign of the sleeveless evening frock. NR Today Relief or No Pay DRESS-IJP FROCKS FOR LITTLE MAIDS There are three vital processes of human existence, the digestion of food, the extraction of nourishment from It and the elimination of the uraste. Let anvthlnar interfere with1 these processes, let them be Interrupted or improperly carriea on, ana Biasness or some kind xouows. Poor digestion and assimila tion means failure to derive full nourishment from food and that in turn often means im poverished Blood, weakness, anemia, etc. Poor elimination means an accumulation of waste matter which poisons the body, lowers vitality, decreases the power of re sistance to disease and leads to the development of many serious ills. Rheumatism, due to some interfer ence with the process of elimination, failure to get rid of certain body poisons, cannot be expected to yield to any medicine that fails to correct the condition responsible for it. Could any reasonable person expect to rid . himself of rheumatic pain as long as Arm . sk r i xi ax mm m iJSV rheumatics poison Is) allowed to mam in the ooay. Think of this. It explains the suo cess of Nature's Remedy (NR Tab lets) in so many cases where other medicines have failed. Thousands are using NR Tablets every day and get- ling reuei. .wny pay nve or ten l times as much for uncertain things? A 25o box of Nature's: Remedy (NR Tablets), con taming enough to last twenty five days, must help you, must,. reuei ana sat QC cost yoo. give you prompt lsfactory benefit nothing. And Nature's Remedv Is not anr- for the relief of rheumatism. It im proves digestion, tones the liver, reg--ulates kidney and bowel action. Im proves the blood and cleanses the whole system. You'll feel like a new person when you've taken NR Tablets a week. You've tried the expensive medicines and doctors, now make tha real test. You'll get results this time. Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) Is sold,' guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. Swift & Company, U.S.A. Sapolio doing its work Scouring for U.S.Marine Corps recruits. Join Now! ONS COt APPLY AT ANY POST OFFICE for SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM Men who wear this enblen are US. MARINES f M? "TABLETS Qd3S3?lflE Vm to C3u h mm fare E USStoi Amy mm 1m Kramer Says: "Eatonic" Rids Weak Stomachs of Acids, Gas, Heartburn, Food Repeating and Stomach Miseries In displays of midsummer frocks , !or little maids, three fine and trust worthy materials appear to fill all the requirements of designers. They are rolle, dotted swiss and organdie, and they are dainty enough and at the jame time strong enough for the small st girls' dress-up frocks. Voile has come to be a great favorite on account of Its wonderful wearing qualities, which make it worth while to put careful needlework on lt. Dot ted swiss is liked because it is crisp and fresh looking, and organdie is chosen for the finest of all dresses made for the youngest wearers of sheer frocks. In the picture the little dress at the left is of white voile" with a smocked yoke in which heavy blue embroidery silk is used for the ornamental stitches. It has a narrow panel set on at the front, making place for two rows of tiny round crocheted buttons and a narrow sash of the voile finished with two of the same buttons sus pended on the silk thread from the ends. The designer did not over look opportunities for these little dangling buttons at the point of the collar, or forget to introduce a band of smocking and; fancy stitching on the cuffs. Altogether this little frock Is elaborated with considerable needle work. The dress at the right is much sim pler. It Is i .ade of dotted swiss, very plain and dainty ?s to design, and very crisp and sprightly In ef fect. A band of the swiss set between the gathered yoke and skirt is out lined with fancy stitching in colored embroidery silk and clusters of three little forget-me-nots are embroidered on lt in three groups at the front and two at the back. These are the kind of dresses that the little girl needs now that sum mertime - makes life one perpetual round of joys, what with excursion to the park and to the movies an ? everything. Gingham Waistcoats. The glngliiini aistcoat made tentative start for popularity, but a soon running down the track at fui speed. AH the younger set are weju ing these waistcoats, the shons sh them at different pivces, and they innU an allurir. croupirr.: of co!or In TV !v started th What miserable feelings are caused by an upset stomach! That dull, heavy, "bloated" sensation that follows a full meal, robs good living of half Its pleasures. Is there any way out for you sufferers with stomach weak ness? Yes; H. L. Kramer, the man who originated Cascarets, has found a sure, quick, relief for Indigestion, dyspepsia, "sour stomach," heart-burn, formation of painful gases, "bloating," etc., etc. He calls his stomach relief EA TONIC, and it certainly Is making a wonderful record. Countless thous ands of people who formerly ap proached their meals with dread, now eat their fill of their favorite foods without fear of the after-effects. Mr. Kramer says: "My EATONIC tablets are the solution of the age-old problem of indigestion and all forms of stomach misery. "EATONIC neutralizes the adds, that form the painful gases, "sweet ens" the stomach, and gives the gastric Juice a chance to do Its work as It should. "To promote appetite and aid digefl tlon, take EATONIC tabltts one or two after each meal. They are per fectly harmless. Eat them just like candy. "For distress after eating; sour, "gassy," acid stomach, vertigo, nausea and belching, and that wretched, puffed-up, "lumpy" feeling, after over eating; there is nothing to compare with EATONIC Tablets." All druggists sell EATONIC 50c for a large box. Watch out for imita tions. The genuine bears the name EATONIC on each tablet guarantees! to do all that is claimed; or if your druggists don't carry EATONIC send to Eatonic Remedy Co., Chicago, DL Carte's MMe EiveF IPils You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy Small Pill Small Dote Small Price ICARTE&i ymffli Makes Life Worth Living Genuine bears signature A'gSFSSift (PARTER'S IRON PILLS many colorless faces but V wiU greatly neip most paie-iacea peopie window s. ion for ; waistcoat collars, m have 1 revers. V just in a 1 for they i. are kepi -tic band. !v(- ' U h nn;rhi!ii ;fty of ',(; h . worn insTii-i'. ny r i f hr-:h-nokt 1 oth. jloni?- . double-hrMasi . troilhl' to : 111 ' :i coli !l: vn f l- !i: I, ' T'is! l:y ' : in bin -:i : niyLTtanc SOLD FOB RO YF ARQ. MAI A Dl A THII 1 Q nnrl FFVFD ALSO A TINE GENERAL STRENGTHEN LI lUHLri&llrl, UHLLtJ Qiiu Li lh. NG TONIC Sold by All Dr.a Sto