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Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Ydur Cheeks To look one's best and feel one's before putting more food into the stom. best is to enjoy an inside bath each ach. morning to flush from the system the Girls and women with sallow skins, previous day's waste, sour fermenta- liver spots, pimples or pallid complex. tions and poisonous toxins before it is ions, also those who wake up with a absorbed into the blood. Just as coal, coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath, when it burns, leaves behind a certain others who are bothered with head amount of incombustible material in aches, bilious spells, acid stomach or the form of ashes, so the food and constipation should begin this phos drir! taken each day leave in the all- phated hot water drinking and are as ary organs a certain amount of sured of very pronounced results in :n.ptomible material, which if not one or two weeks. n dform toxins and poisons then form e txin ad bpoiso A quarter pound of limestone phos e : b then sucked into the blood phate costs very little at the drug -n a sthe very ducts which are In- store but is sufficient to demonstrate i he b ody nurihm that just as soap, and hot water i: !he body. cleanses, purifies ahd freshens the skin want to see the glow of on the outside, so hot water and lime r f iloom in your cheeks, to see stone phosphate act on the inside or get clearer and clearer, you gans. We must always- consider that t:o drink every morning upon internal sanitation is vastly more im - glass of hot water with a portant than outside cleanliness, be S p .'ul of limestone phosphfte cause the skin pores do not absorb * ich is a harmless means of impurities into the blood, while the he waste material and toxins bowel pores do. stomach, liver, kidneys and Women who desire to enhance the lus cleansing, sweetening and beauty of their complexion should just - i.'Yii the entire alimentary tract, try this for a week and notice results. To Be Expected. All He Wanted and More. a story about a man who "Did you ever have all yer wanted manufactured 'old master' of anything?" impressioh it was a gen- "Yes; two things-advice and wa, lyke." ter." story has' w'hiskers on it." RECEIPT FOR DARKENING E C K L E S YOUR GRAY HAlF v Cc Ns TIM* to tRlId of Theme Do this-Apply like a shampoo Q-Bam longer the slightest need of Hair Color Restorer to iour hair and 1ned of your freckles, as the scalp. After a few applications you pr'.- .1ethine-double strength-Is - ', remove theme homely sos reothve-dtubse home spots. Will be delighted to see all your gray, an ounce of othine-double fad n yottr druggist. and apply a sight and morning and you hair turn to an even beautiful. dark W., ;ri 'e that even the worst freckles h -o disappear, while the lighter a is harmless, no dye, 01 nished entirely. It Is seldom but makes scalp and hal' healthy so n one ounce is needed to com the skin and gain a beautiful all your hair whether gray or not is as, fornh.oul trnt made soft, lustrous, wavy, thick, e)ven. ask for the double strength a is sold under guarantee of ly dark and handsome. Insist on hay A1 .' it fails to remove freckles.- Q-Ban It is to use and At. 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As a rule, beginners start with great enthusiasm, and not Ia few build air castles, but to many of them the sameness of the work, the close ap plication, the constant watching, soon become monotonous, and then there is a shirking of duty, neglect, care lessness-and the enterprise becomes a failure. The point is to begin small -measure the size of the initial step with the amount of capital and expe rience at hand. It is often the case that men with more or less available capital prac tically put all their money in houses and stocks. This is a mistake, and more so in the case of those who have had no personal experience of the work. In the parlance of today, "A man must be on to his job." He must know what to do and how best to do.it. He must be aware that inexperience may cause leaks, and leaks will soon sink the enterprise. It is a noteworthy fact that the most successful poultry farms of to day are those that have started from a small beginning and grqdually ex panded as business and experience KEEP EGGS FOR FUTURE USE Water-Glass Solution Is Recommended by Poultry Expert of Missouri Agricultural College. (By C. A. WEBSTER. University of Mis souri, College of Agriculture.) Eggs preserved in the -water-glass solution will keep almost pe'fectly for several months. They will poach near ly as well as fresh eggs although the taste is a trifle more flat after long storage. These are the conclusions of the Missouri college of agriculture after a careful investigation of various methods of storing eggs for winter use. Water-glass is purchased in liquid form. Druggists commonly retail it at twenty-five cents a quart, and one quart is enough to preserve twenty dozen of eggs. For this number a five gallon stone or eartihenware crock is the most satisfactory receptacle. Heat ten quarts of water to .the boil ing point and allow it to cool. Then pour the water into the crock, add one quart of water-glass and mix the two. The solution is then ready for 'the bggs. Place the eggs in the water glass solution each day as soon as they are laid. Use only naturally clean, not washed, fresh eggs. When the crock is filled to within two inches of the top of the solution, cover and store in a cool dry place until winter. By this method eggs may be stored during spring and summer when they are relatively cheap and production is high, for use during winter when prices are high and production is low. Farmer and townsman alike may save many dollars by this method of cheap storage of eggs. It is of the greatest importance that the eggs used should be absolutely fresh. Water-glass will not make bad eggs good, but will keep good eggs from becoming bad. Incubator Essential. Keeping the temperature as even *as possible is one of the first essen tials with the incubator chicks. Sud den changes from heat to cold, and overfeeding, are causes of bowel trouble. Attention for Hen's Nests. Be sure you have picenty of nests, well supplied with litter, including some tobacco stems or dust to keep vermin away. Hen comfort helps the egg basket wonderfully.. Keep Windows Clean, Keep the windows in the poultry house clean, Rlub them repeatedly with old newspapers. Sunshine in winter is the greatest of tonics. Setting a Turkey Hen. Do not place eggs under the turkey hen the first days she shoWs signs of broodiness. Better wait a while, be cause she Is apt to change her mind. Chickens Povnd of Milk. Mim! is good both as an 4 gu and a usiat-Rrowing food, and -the hickens FOR POULTRY FARM g Golden Pencil Hamburg. warranted. Men who could not get into the dry goods busienes for the reason that "they knew nothing about it" will build poultry houses and stock them, and expect the hens to do the rest. Hens, like cows, yield a profit ao cording to the treatment given them. They will not stand neglect. They are hard workers when properly reward ed, but can be most idle and indiffer ent producers when made to shift for themselves. Our agricultural colleges have done much to teach the new aspirants how to tread in poultry paths, and men and women who endeavor to improve by these excellently arranged courses of instruction will have won half the battle-the other half naturally be longs to practical experience. A man with $1,000 had better in vest one-half of it in buildings, stock and fixtures,, and reserve the other half for feed and running expenses than invest the whole amount in the equipment and have to go in debt for the feed. Eggs and poultry are staple crops, and .the demand is far greater than the supply. Tnis country needs more poultry farms, and they will be suc cessful when properly built and man aged. But the beginning must be small and the growth gradual, so that every part of the work is properly noted and correctly performed. DISCARD EGG-EATING FOWL One Broken Egg Will Frequenti) Start Whole Flock-Place Nests In Some Secluded Spot. (By C. S. ANDERSON, Coloradq Agricul. tural College, Furt Colins, Colo.) No flock of chickens will prove prof. itable If they are consumers of their .own products. Egg eating is a vice which has ruined a great many flocks of laying hens. See that your hens have access to plenty of grit and lime and are given plenty of protein-con tent feeds. Bran, middlings, meat, milk, alfalfa leaves, vegetables and sprouted grains are all valuable in supplying the need of protein and suc culent feeds. One broken or soft-shelled egg will often start an entire flock in the habit of eating eggs. Furnish plenty of at tractive nests to avoid crowding. It is best to have nests secluded and darkened and rather high up. Some such device as filling an egg shell with ground mustard paste or red pepper will often break up the habit,. but unless they are exception. ally valuable birds, confirmed egg. eaters should be discarded. TREATING THE AILING HENS Physic for Flock May Be Given by Placing Salt Solution in Mash Tones Up System. When hens go off their feed and you suspect that their systems need clean ing out, give them a physic, as you would a person. If it is a single fowl, a half teaspoonful of epsom salts may be dissolved in water and poured down its neck. For the flock or a pen the salts solution may be used to wet a mash. It won't hurt the f1ock to have a physic once in two months anyway, whether they show special signs of needing it or not. Destroying Disease Germs. A solution of concentrated lye does the work of destroying disease germs in an old brooder, and it is also in. valuable for cleaning poultry drink. ing fountains. Keep Out Wind and Mites. Tacking tarpaper on the inside of an old house will keep out the wind and make poultry mites uncomfort able. Prevent Egg Eating. If you don't want your hens to get the habit of eating eggs, give them plenty of work, fresh vegetables and a variety of grains. Wate,r' for the Hens. A hundred -he wil. normally con sume about four gailods of water per day. Bring Out the Sggs, WAan quartersand the right ..nir.. CALOMEL MAKES YOL 11T'S MERO Straighten Up! Don't Lose a DC Liver and Bowels With Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take i 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. Calonel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it. break ing it up. This is when you fecel that awful nausea and cramping. If you feel sluggish and "all knocked eut," if your liver is torpid and bowels consti pated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad (;:r stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless "Dodson's uver Tone. Here's my guarantee-Go to any drug store or dealer and get a No-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't The Ready Reply. Fair Customer-But the hairs are coming out of this muff The Salesman-That, madam, is a peculiarity of the animal; it always sheds its fur at this time of the year. --Judge. ELJXIR BABEK WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD IN TINE I'Il1.1'1NEB. I contracted malaria In 1, and after a eas fru'tless treatment bL'a prominent Wasrhington physician, youir EliX r Rabek entirely cured me. On arriving here I came down with tropical malaria--the worst form -and sent home for Ilabek. Again it 1vdIsvalue-It is worth Itswegti 0o1d her. Brasle O'Ha anroop th U.8. Oavalry Balavan, Philppines. Elxlir Dabek, 6 cents, all druggiats or by Parcels Post re aid, from Kloczewskl & Co., Washington, D. 0. important Personage. Tom-Why were you so extremely polite to that old man? Is he a rich relative? Jack-Sh-h-h! That is my prospec tive father-in-law. Men and Women Women as well as men are made miser able by kidney and bladder trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is highly recommended by thou sanads. Swamp-Root stands the highest for the reason that so many people say it has roved to be just the remedy needed in thousands of even the most distressing Cases. At druggists in W. and $1.00 sizes. You may receive a sample size bottle of Swamp-Root by Parcel Post, also a amphlet telling you about it. Address r. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents, also mention this paper. As Others See Us. "I never forget a joke that I once hear," remarked Borem. "And what's more," rejoined Diggs, "you don't give your acquaintances a chance to, either." FOR ITCHING SCALP And Falling Hair Use Cuticyra Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. When the scalp is itching because'of dandruff and eczema a shampoo withi Cuticura Soap and hot water will be, found thoroiughly cleansing and sooth. ing, especially if shampoo is preceded by a gentle application of - Cuticura Ointment to the scalp skin. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.--Adv. Their Place. "It's a wonder they don't take horses on Arctic explorations." "What a foolish idea!" "Not at all. It's the ideal placea for old skates." COMB SAGE TEA IN HAIR 10 DARKEN IT It's Grandmother's Recipe to keep her Locks Dark, Glossy, Beautiful. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur .for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grandmoth er's recipe, and folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color. which is quite sensible, as we are liv ing in an age when a youthful appear ance is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product, improved by the addition of other ingredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about 50 cents a bottle. It is very pop ular because nobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through ycour hair, tak ing one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, but, what delights the Iadies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it -also pro duces that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which is so attractive. This ready-to-use preparation is'a de lightful toilet requisite for those 'who desire a more youthful appearance. It is not intended for the cure, mitiga tion or prevention of disease.-Adv. Business Poor. "I hear yo's raisin' chickiens" "No. l'se dun stoIlmed..rNjlph 'em. Dey cotched me at it night fo' laa!" I"SICK, UG6 R LY AND SALIVA y's WorkI Clean Your Sluggis Dodson's Liver Tone." *traisg4en yon right up and make ywM eel fine and vigorous by morning V) want you to go back to the store andj get. your money. Dodson's Liver Tone%, Is dvstroying the sale of calomel bed. .ause it ic real liver medicine; entire ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sall-' vate or make you sick. I guarantee that. one spoonful ot Dodson's Liver Tone will puit your dluggish liver to work and clean your iowels of that sour bile and conat' pated waste which is clogging your .. I system and naking you feel miserable. guarantee tha, bottle of Dodson's Aver Tone will kicp your entire fain ly feeling fine for months. Give It ta. our children. It Is harmless; doesn't ;ripe and they like its pleasant taste. The trouble with hitting the bottle s that it's apt to strike back. Particular snuff users everywhere afe contented with Tube Rose, "The Snuff That Satis- . fies." It's clean, smooth, rich and mellow. The Green Labels are Wood for premiums. &end so for a 1%-os to or 600jor 1 tins. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO.. Dept. 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