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J ACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL, SYLVA N. C.
The Firt Bottle of 1 J The Value of Special Training ore Know what you give ' Entirelv Fro l V Armw.fKWfO v u:iJ xx vuuurco, , - 3 i The open published formula appears on every bottle of s PF-HILMA t v's v - i i g u a vtf B U fin Catarrh of tfte Stomach trouble from which I But thTlVredyV0ne befre to . M B3S. w D N By REV. HOWARD W. POPE Moody Bible Institute, Chicago :. nv f 1 A TW '. ' . l 8. .'m-u 4 I at i ' Wrif ac I Kapl'ls, Mich. "'-.urana I Sold Everywhere I Dealer J Polk Miller' Liver Pills 1f The Good Old Kind that UC. Iway9, d the work. Same formula for 50 years. Unequalled for Biliousness. Sick Headache. 'Constipation and Malaria. At all druggists. Manufac- R7chm:uTaMiiierDruc-- ' J 'HSCfTl BILinilftMFi& 11 Bottle Sandy Pain whether it comes from rheu matism, neuralgia, sciatica, backache or sprain is usually most acute at nitrht. If you have a bottle of Yagers Liniment handy and use it you get quick relief. Price 35c The large bottle contain twice as much at the usual 50c bottle of liniment and lasts the average fam ily for months. At all dealers. GILBERT BROS.& CO Baltimore, Md. a KODAKS & SUPPLIES Wt also do highest class of finishing. : " : - v"'"s "fou request. 5. Galeski Optical Co., Richmond, Va, m mm ZXMWCK TLA NTS FROST PROOF I IIAKI.KMTOX H AKEF1 EI D, Early Fl!t' t'titch. bucceelon, Sureheacl and other va ri.tus. per thousand, two dollars; Ave thou i.ml or more at one-rifty per thousand. Cat ling free. Coden Nurseries, Coden, Ala W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 43-1919. HAS BUST OF HERODOTUS Antique in Metropolitan Museum of Art Identified as Portrait of Father of History. Pr. IloMnson, director of the Metro politan Museum of Art, in New York, li;is IUmined an antique marble bust, 'vln'cli has been In the museum's store room for 20 or ViO years, as. being a portuit of Herodotus, "the father of history." The marble, which has lain In dust all these years, will now as sume an Important place of honor in the institution. There are but five known portraits of Herodotus. The New York portrait bust was originally found at Benha, in Lower Egypt, and passed into the possession of Emil Brugsch Bey, from whom it was acquired and presented to the -Metropolitan Museum of Arts. The recognition was based on the re semblance of the known portraits and the finding of the learned man's name Inscribed upon it. As a work of art it was not very highly regarded, but as the sixth known portrait of Herodotus It nssumes new dignity. It is also said to he one of the best portraits extant. A Silent Partner. Mrs. Heck Does your husband talk politics around the house? Mrs. Peck My husband never talks anything around the house. It is a pleasure to meet a man or woman these days who has no fault to And. Caused by -Stomach ealmlit ? ,9,wh are bilios are treated ac cording to local symptoms they seldom get irny.In,UCh be,t,ter- Whatever relief ob U8Ually temporary. Trace bilious. ih! in B0Urce and rem the cause and the chances are that the patient will re main strong and healthy. l,",ent wm r Doctors say that more than 70 non organic diseases can be traced to an Acid eiMnn B1'loU8neS8 one of them Indi wfii ' h,eartburn- belching, sour stomach. Oloat and gas are other siena of aridl EATONIC. the marVrtouamode?. thV. J? remedy brings quick relief from t r-i- 8t,omach miseries which lead to a Ion f not i aiImerit that make life miserable if not corrected. wtTRNIC literay absorbs and carries excess acid. Makes the stomach frl g 0001 and comfortable. Helps diges llt fi.mrOVesthe aPPet"e and you then i l J S.n.rom your food- Thousande tnthat BATONlC is the most effective stomach remedy in the world. It is the help not on.e U Try !t on our money-back-if-nV i ed. ei"aratee. At all druggists. Only 50 cents for a big box. ATOMIC LOR YOUR ACID-STOMACH) ' ' ! c- Am l J Qt rcooc-j: INDIGESTION Quickly relieved by SAL-SPEAR-MINTO. Send 25 cents In stamps for large trial box t The Sal-Spear-Minto Co,, New York, who will refund money if results are not satisfactory. HOW THE SQUIRREL HELPS Uncle Sam Needs Seeds of Douglas Fir and Knows Where to Find Them. Tree seed can't be bought in large quantities in the market. To restock the huge forests which are demolished every year, Uncle Sam needs the seeds of the Douglas fir, western yellow pine, Engelmann spruce, lodge pole pine, not by the pound, but literally by the ton. The government needs men, from two to six weeks every fall, to gather seed. When the call goes out, lumber jacks, college men, hoboes and former convicts drift into the camps and work side by side, gathering huge stores of the precious seeds. Through experi ence they have found that their rich est sources are the cunningly hidden squirrel hoards. The squirrel is canny ; he always picks the very best of cones for his winter's store The Nation's Business. A Good Suggestion. "It wouldn't be a bad idea." "What?" "For the grocer to start selling us food on the installment plan." Persian ladies ornament their faces by painting on them figures of insects and small animals. Landladies in London are forming an association for the protection of their common interests. r A Saver fo pocket book and health, and a delight to the palate 1 Do as your neighbor is doing and cut the high cost of livdng by drink? Instead of cof fee. No Raise In Price 50-Cuplins 30P-100-Guprms.505 Made by. Rostum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Mich. Sold by Grocers.and General Stored J 3ETTSVJd;Lto show thyself approved unto God. II Tim. 2:15. ,It is surprising what can be accom plished by a little training of the right kind. A few lec tures on first aid to the injured have often en abled one to re vive a drowning person or to bind up a severed ar tery and thus save the human life. A few les sons in drawing from a competent teacher have of ten proved inval uable to the stu dent in his af ter life. I know a little girl who, arter a few lessons in drawing in the public school, entered a contest for a certain prize where there were 50 000 competitors and she won the prize. One of the signs of the times is the increased demand for skilled labor. Cheap labor is plentiful, but skilled la bor is scarce. Hence, all ovet the coun try are springing up technical schools for training the eye, the ear, the voice; schools for nurses, journalists and de signers. The world is weary of incom petent help. Wages are no considera tion, only give us men and women who know how. Since the Bible is the instrument by which conversion is usually effec ted, every Christian should learn how to use it. The Bible is called the sword of the Spirit, but of what use is the sword to one who has not taken fencing lessons? His opponent can disarm him in a moment, and leave him utterly defenseless. Even so many Christians who might wield the sword of the Spirit' with tremendous power are almost impotent for the lack of a mue training in the use of the Bible. A girl of sixteen who had been con verted only a week found in the in quiry room a married couple with no one to talk to them. She ap proached them modestly, opened up the subject of their relation to the Sav ior and, when they offered any excuse, she would answer, "Yes it may seem so to you but God says so and so," and then she would read the passage. Be fore long all three of them were on their knees in prayer. A friend of mine was giving studies on personal work in a New England town. A woman present, whose hus band was a sceptic, committed to mem ory two verses that seemed especially appropriate to her husband's case. At the supper table that night he began as usual some attack on thP When he had finished, she quietly quoted the two verses that she had learned. "Where do you get that?" he inquir ed fiercely. "In the Bible." "Do you mean to say. that those words are in the Bible?" "I do." "Show them to me." She brought the Bible and pointed out the passage. When he read it, he laid down the book, and said, "Wife, I am wrong and there is only one thing' for me to do, and that is confess my torn to uoa ana plead for mercy," and pushing his chair from the table he added, "I might as well do it now aa ever ;" and together they knelt in pray er for the first time in their lives. All the wife had done was to quote a pas sage of Scripture; but it was the passage-that fitted the case, and hence the result. a msn might own a whole drug I store ; but if he did not know where ! to find the drugs, or their various me- i dicinal properties, he would be of little ! use to the sick. Even so a Christian ; may have a Bible 4hat contains reme- ! dies for every spiritual condition but if he does not know where to find them, or how to use them, he will have little success as a soul-winner. The training-class shows how to diagnose a case, what remedies to use and where to find them. I know of a training class out of which three young men started for the ministry, two young women went into mission work and one offered herself for the foreign field. Out of another class of 16 members, two became min isters, 12 went to the foreign field, one Is a trained nurse, and one is a relig ious reporter on a daily paper. An other class of 20 members sent nearly all the number into some form of Christian work. The fact is, that when people know how to do Christian work well, they love it. Why not have a training class in your church? These are stirring times, and God needs ev ery available worker. Will you be one, and will you advocate a training class in your community until you get it? Many a person knows that he ought to be a Christian, and expects to take that step sometime, but fails to realize that if it is the right thing to do at all, it ought to be done at once. By neglecting to take this step immediate ly he is losing valuable time which ought to be used in training for the Master's service, and a whole life-time of service is altogether too small to repay the debt of gratitude which he owes to the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave his life for him. YOUNG PIGS NEED ATTENTION Special Care Should Be Given to Housing and Bedding Keep Them Dry and Comfortable. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Ordinarily the fall crop of pigs is farrowed between the middle of Au gust and the 10th of October. It is highly important that sows be well fed and carefully tended during this time, the care and management of the dams being practically the same as that followed, when the spring litters are farrowed. Similarly, fall pigs, af ter they are weaned, should be treat ed the same as spring pigs, except that in many parts of the country fall pigs do not have access to green for ag crops. In the northern and colder locations, special attention should "be devoted to housing and bedding the porkers, particularly the young pigs. These youngsters should never be allowed to sleep in sheds or pens where they are exposed to rain or snow, , nor should they'be allowed to lie on damp bedding. Supplying the fall pigs with 5 . Where Possible Let the Pigs Wean Themselves After Ten to Twelve Weeks Old. plenty of dry, bright, clean bedding frequently once every two or three days if necessary to keep the nests and beds dry and comfortable is a prerequisite of successful hog man agement. This point can not be over emphasized. The young pigs delight in a, warm, dry nest, and the practical hog raiser who eatery to this desire is the man who usually is able to make the statement, backed up with actual figures, that there Is money in produc ing pork. The great danger which results from allowing the pigs to sleep in damp bedding is that the next morning they go out into the cold air,- often covered with steam, and consequently are like ly to contract pneumonia or other ser ious ailments. Dry bedding, frequent changes of litter, well-built houses, and plenty of feed of the right char acter are essential where the producer seeks a 100 per cent pig-raising record. Where these conditions are realized, particularly where the fall pigs are kept dry, sheltered, and well fed,, it is as profitable to raise autumn porkers as it is to produce spring pigs, despite the common belief to the contrary. BREEDING FOR BETTER SHEEP Experiment B.eing Conducted on Ex periment Ranch in Idaho by Department of Agriculture. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Corriedale sheep developed In Aus tralia mainly by a Lincoln-Merino cross, are being studied by the United States department of agriculture at the government 28,000-acre sheep-experiment ranch at Dubois, Idaho. There are at present about 1,500 sheep on the project divided into various classes. Australians claim for the Corriedales better mutton form than the Merino, more weight, and yet a good fleece of about three-eighths blood quality. It Is expected that the tests now being conducted by the de partment will eventually result in a better average sheep, as to mutton carcass, than the breeds now on the market. The breed was introduced in to this country by the federal depart ment, but since that time many large private importations have been made. Part of the sheep on the Dubois range are being kept as straight Corriedales, while others are being crossed with American crossbreds. Don't neglect the salt box in the pas ture. A field of soy beans may be harvest ed successfully with lambs. A young sow like other animals when young, should not be bred too young. No one can state definitely the amount to feed a pig. The feeder him self must be the judge. Silage furnishes a uniform quality of feed and puts bloom and good coats on live stock in winter. The Infants' and Children's Regulator Sanaa a prompt, efficient rege- iauie cauanic Rhubarb a rejuvenator of diges tive action. Sodium Citrate an effective regu lator of the bowels used fre quently with other ingredient by learned doctors in treatins .tKj .J -j : i aim uidiinoea. Sodium Bicarbonate-highly valuable in treatine severe gastric indigestion in children. Oil of Anise, Fennel, Caraway, Coriander. Glycerine. Smrar Syrup, all of which help to make this fermiS'SSritflK medical skill can devise. If it were possible to improve this for- Maw W?uI3 bee done "Writes, of the fact ttStTfcKfc Tof Mrs. Window's Syrup now costs twice as much to make aslnr nrbPat YetitcostsyounornTetlutS At all Druggists ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO., 215-217 Fulton Street, NY CeneralSellinaAeents: Harold F. C... Ic . y.rk i1-- nr ii an i are the result of nearly a quarter of a century of specialization in the maKinrf of stylish clothes for Men, Young Men and Hig'h School Chaps Each garment contains our certificate of guarantee, fully protecting the wearer and insuring your absolute satisfaction. Popular Prices Onetarurfi MM aw mull mmm SOLD FOR SO YEARS. For MALARIA. CHILLS and FFVFR. general strengthen- TUNIC Sold by All Drua Sle ARE CARRYING IT TOO FAR Bathing Costume for Tennis Is the Abbreviating of an Ab breviation. This is the day of brevity. The names of states and cities are abbrevi ated, Christian appellations are cut short and initials substituted. The gro cer abbreviates "potatoes" to "spuds" and condenses "crackers" to "crax." The butcher writes "PC" when he means "pork chops," and the chemist shortens "water" to "H-2-O." The printer, referring to "a mass of balled up type," cusses ami calls it "pi." Likewise, the sport writers character ize the "knock out" as "KO." The doctor indicates "sod-cac" when he wants "sodium caeodylate." But abbreviations are not confined li words. The Yanks abbreviated the nr. The rising cost of living has ab reviated the purchasing power of a dollar. The airplane has abbreviated space, and electricity has abbreviated time itself. The laundry often abbrevi ates the size of one's new shirt. Fash ion frequently abbreviates costumes. There is, however, such a thing as abbreviating too much. For in France, a bathing suit is considered sufficient raiment for one who is in the swim ming pool, but It is highly objection able elsewhere. Tennis players dad in bathing suits are carrying the abbrevi ation habit too far. They are abbreviating abbreviation I A poor excuse is worse than none. Crooked Golf. Suzanne Lenglen, the world's tennis champion, was talking to a group of American correspondents at Wimble don. "I don't care for golf," she said. "3 think tennis is much nicer. I think golf is queer." "How queer?" said a golfer. "It lets you cheat so easily if you're inclined that way. My father played golf one day at Nice with a German. As he holed out on the first green the German said to him : " 'How many strokes did you do tbe hole In?' "'Seven,' said father. "'It's my hole, then,' said the Ger man. 'I did It in five. "Father didn't say anything, but when the German asked him at tbe second'green how many strokes he had taken he laughed. "No, you don't. IIerr Sauerkraut he said. This time it's my turn to ask first. " What She Wanted. "I want a pair of the best glore you have," said Mrs. Neuritch at the glove counter. "Yes, ma'am," replied the pot salesman. "How long do you want them?" "Don't git insultln, young man! J want to buy 'em, not hire 'em." No Melba. "Harry clapped his hands when I singing." "Over his ears? r Build Up With GrapeNuts Popular for its delightful flavor and Because it furnishes certain food values neces-j sory for tuilding the best in body and brain Users know by test "There's a Reason 4