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Ce aQf $ ;-snd D:.mof e Vmarin; Apparel aind Hi
NOi!( [E'i'.ii.'S of. A~J l e.ti itolls.
WE DYE AND CLE AN ARMY WOTHES
- -flld 1LLv .A 1iIttI '1.
FOO i sDYE WOJ(RKS, cumber anaMa.
Mr. B. W. D. kaaes, of
Warren County, Measures
up to Requireients.
HIS 141FEI A STIRPING ONE
Alwysinrouslhi,1 . D). Bairnes couhid
ride, -hoot and get hi - . le was everething
a shera it in \\ arren Co enneSsee, should be until
t vt Iadlol b. a co pliation of catarrhal troubles
that n it q l 1,11t T1111 L 1 'it It., stol:tiell, b1 welc or ther
w Ir% 1 ' r' Ii lit 's 1.'; lions
1ih11a 'IToniv Is been a 41nh i
-11at o . v . oll -h.o lii renliaty for forty- ivo
toa ou are sick nn sufferin
t h 1 1ulth I ook. It is I .fre
i e Ih rI r q A .' '. I I: 't 'l n t i l lo i
owe t hei Int i val* it t i l n I~A liqui form. If you wiit
hro c:t arr 0) , 1i n hrriii. w14-- atit fI itiei Will give you a 'erunla
throat, i T: t i I II, it.I II! Ott..1 jult qjft . jIIIdUNL.
TO ER BEDSiDE
Six Vear3 Ago, Titi ing She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
5. L r Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For
lIoye City, Tex.--Mrs. Mary Kil- the better. That was mix years ago
man, of thli Niace, says; "After the and I am still here 'and am a welIl
birth of y ::: ...my sid com- strong wolaly-nild I owe my life to
mb nct d o t r. _:-I ..d t o g oba in. Cardul. J..lad only taken half the
mnbottlo.dien I began to feel better.
to bed. We called the doctor. Ile ,otznpcr in - sido o lcbet,
"I'hiisery In iy) side got less... I
treated nio.... but I got no better. ! continued right on taking the Cardut
got worse a:.l worse wotil the mi!sery until I had taken three bottles and I
Was url1arable...I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well
thr-en mmIoa1 am 1 r1 iuch agony and incver felt betk I in my life... I
have never had any trouble from that
day to this."
I -.11v ~tt ; if lip, Would get Do you sufier from headache, back
me a i of 0 dil I woild try it.-- nehe, pains ii sides, or other discom
I conur-d t ati ng it, LOeever, that for!, each month? Or do you feel
evenine if alef'nv '! about wveak, ne-VOUS aIlnd fil aged-out? If so,
me... ir I ow coIld not last givo Cardui, the woman's tonic, a
manly do unle; i h-HI a chango for trial 71
4' utonC .
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P mrsFetiize &Phspat Co.
* S S S S S .* * .S 5 0 . 5 5
* TO"COTTON REDI)T"IiON. *
S- e e e 0*e a SOS e
Itor1m The Adver-liser'
We trm'ri m ' last liiday to ds
si's iame p1:11 1. 0 vo wat coil1rse we
migh!IIt itke h whI1ikubT we Ight hie
beenfited fr yoar;, to come. We v vI..
.h:l te 1,1o allm.a .1.11 ag"ricultiltral
tI1e in il. fr. In' pha!es;. m le by
~. K V-1. \V A-. l''erdiInTd .lirb,
Vcr. 'uw e l A ".1.(ry Dr. Dia.1
h11 11 e7 I, vv!1win we vall
' lelh;m e f71ll of
-. - re are anl
pcd. ( ' Want mak1e
h.I)~s l .i e says. ilhey
nu l t nw'm -lings 1an(,
1 ''I v. hi , : the b anlo s, Ithe
In rehant I m - v other 111an1 Or vlet
of, men, will do) to asIs th farmrs,
yet we ftil to ire I why Ihe fariers
dm' make the eletand play t hem
selv.es wlen they hiave tile power in
tin'ir own hrids. Now let's see! The
l's have hiri01 associat los. tlhe
doctor<', Ilie riroad (Iln, and every
voention inl lie excevpt Ile farmers.
Now. why (an't the faimers do the
same? Yoil can't oruaiize thein. We
camte out of that n-etlingy the other
(ay and1l piII out feelers and heard
hbut few say that they wouid reduev
thoir aer'eau'e, as they were planting
about 10 acres to the plow now. hit
we are like our1 friedil. \lr. Filevy. We
iet to say what we wouild redlice, and
every manl oi lit to r'ehlile or he ostria
'iztd. if he fails to ('001e up to the
retlitireinents. We ennI't tell you heo"w
iany f3 earmers il I this coliililijty have
fromn otie to three brood Sows and a re
raising pigs for the Imiarket, and lhe
whole (ountry is full of nice pigs for
sale. NOw let,,'; raise I (';5 Cotton aid
Iliore of other thines that we really
Heed, then we ean pay wil we ow\e,
and plt some money to oir credit in
the Iluks of' the coity. Iltien we would
not have t1 call oil anybody for 1llf4
hut tih Lord and .\laster. 'l'his so
al id h1i:h trice co m1 which t ei
hel rs spcak of. las 11111 I'verythinlig oil
the farimi so high t thle tifarlerl can't
make etids imeet. No. Ie will not own
Ills loille inuch longer if ie uider
takes to farni, atnl stidfor 'what his
hands aie obliged to have unless he
has Illoley of his own, and boys goods
at wholesale prices to net .whatever
1tie prie of cotton nuay be. Anything
like a 1:3 or I itj1,00I0O hale crop wopifd
Illt 'tton below tull ellIs per pou1l(.
Now, follow farmers, listeni to whai
onie of your brolthr farmI1elrs fells yol.
l'nless we chlange our11 way of doing
fiosiness on Iie 'arill, we are to blaml).
(il15(1 ves, and will have to worl:
harder to Illak edils Imet. Yoi se
li' guallo feople are goinlig to poll ill
price la'r tonl $110.01) 111 , and SoI e of
ilhe fa' Nie*rs ar. batling it out With
Ilhe unlderstoanding that ifthe Orw
<.m down youl -.ill tlte benlefit of
. m.No,. ;why don't the farmers
"ay, "\\e ar ging to keep oil hands
441T 111e giatno buineliss unt il it c'om~es
ho'he4 iat'.obl jn. \V'el hear
tha Ii; n'1i -' iof i the ' farm rs are' h:'ii'
I ir enite to h' ta illi, and w:-itin"
h4'. u i ' the 1ri 4e (liiiu 4 unle tilu
m:-E les 1(al li' yu.c lonef h
. .. 'sI ey r e o .iil the ool
.b I(;r (r44 uOfl'ne
4'se "Gets- I ," pee "f -or t h''f is ('ay.1
1'l i' does as ay 44r1 '((1 with' i ' " ('ntra4
411ion is," i i '' "w -ppy l i 4 rtall
Wit ('onts hat1 'ub off,' bat o lett"in"
knives'g, atIll h !unp it
(( 4the " 'wti lk' " c st l'l 3a4e (I 'n
.* TEAMJI PRtINTED
( eneralisitno Would iin11 11 it German
Arny to 20),010 (leI of Tlen Dii.
slns. Pri'oplosals wIll he l'akeni Up
I'aris, Marich I.-larshal Iocli pire
sentttlfd today to Ohe council of1 the
!ieat (towers the iillitairy terms to be
ilworlporated inl Il- I)eace trety These
w;! IF (Cnsid n1 \lu day N.h the
The niilitary eris provide foi (he
dliar;4un t of (; ri't y down it)
I ..cn i division of ten thousand
I dl I-) 1-\ diisoln of infantry
atn d five of envalry. ot'v re rest irie
ti'- are 1 11place.d on t he i:1tllfactu1re
Of nili (nSSeS of nor malerial aml Ihe
n'ilihary and comIniervial use of the
a1irplaae is. liinite'd to tile minimum.
Ilind .\arshal lUoeh' presena
t1im of tihe ternits today, they were nlot
The naval terms now before I
mincil provides not only for ile coin
pl ti suppression of Gerinany's su-h
atrine (etIuillent, hbut also for the
tertination of all1 su hmarine warfare
by all natlons throughout the w
thus eiiding the itse of 1he submarine
Ii naval warfare.
The pirovision for disiia ntlinig the
fort ificat filo s of IleIgoland ai1t KIel
canal iIs been inade the subject of
reservation by Adiniral Benson, rep
iresetilug (lie 'nited StaCes, wheref-by
this shall not be a prcceden: ,1:Ii- I
cable to American canal and harbor
defen se, sich an IIell ]ate, Calle
Cod Canal, and others.
The proposal for the destruction of
(he large erman warships is Tp
proved In the report by he Ili ritisl
and American naval authorities, bl
tle Frenel still inake reservations
against the destruction of these ships.
The supreme council Is expeeted to
pass on this and other naval and inil
itary subjects M\londay.
Paris, .larcl I.--Th- ollicial state- I
tni(nt oi today's sequ!.ioni of Ile st
plintie ('oin il, issued t his evening.
"The represenltatives of the allied
anl associated oveit 'riot'nents i110 ai the
Quiai d'Osay loday a ihiree 1'. .11.
"\larlAl Fc shtnlit ;teId the report
of the ninlilal*r ' epilre"*1-' .!a, ives on (h
sti1previne wvar couninel rl--Tardinlg thev
'ilitay conditions ie im ne ol
Oi r cli 'es lti n na mli e of thell,
linancial draflillg comm11ittee, mu10111
ted 1thc lizt of qusin;requiring solu
tionl whlich referred to thle financeial1
'.\I. (':niiiiu el, on il , if of lte
Econoii c I)rafting ('ounillte, ex
plained the conomiii <it'st:ious requir
ing inltion in t :-o :-eaty Vwhich
wvre rferred to lit cominission.
"T ' " jti\ w iil take place
on A.\ I ' , u-h :.0 three p. in."
(Gr~'s Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality am ! -ece I-' nurifyinit and c
riching tihe blood. You :s. :,-to feel its Strenigt h
-n1ing , ; .1 liAi tITet.. - It A.
* U a e 4 *tae4 . U * U V
* I ' ' nt .il *n , d.) *
liful i unIlit skits uddnl y turnediiii'i to
4hiiied our di ar:> \ ling boy, : .iin - \\',al-- i
*b ' \l r. and .\V
IIl'. a i I h o ll i on hpt 1'i
isIli. i '4 ii if hs S ' ho hxd
fld. , .-g i
'ln' fjaijii lid tl o I eivt onve3'ed
we had l na 010 at
\' ev m l o r h a t e l s m a h
to l e hm ved arens in this so1
afiein 0n 9n do tig u o .
AU,1 .) 4T~ Lou.
* z . 1~ TES FOR Olt" A
TA ANo ox-moon I'
2 mow ~s9on
Ugh! Calomi Sickens; SaiJ
Please Try D dson's Lcr Tgo
I am sincere. My ie eCie dos not upset liver
nna bov.els so y 1 lose a day's work.
Caloiel loses you .1 day! N It drutggist sells for a few (ents a iargo
know what calolel is. .ts evr- bott le of Dod on Liver Tone, which
cury; quicksilver. Calomel is (afi - is entirely veuguimblei and pleasant to
gerous. It. cr-ashs. into 'oul hile ta.:ke and i3 a ;'feet sihsititute for
likie dyn infte, er m pin g and" silk- ca lomiel. : 1, -a I I Id to start
euing you. (aloz i1cl 411aiks the Your liver witloult .r1'i 111)
bones an1d shoubt n\ r ' 1'.iut into inside, a Id cal a t.i
your systen. )'i F'i 1elona'el ! I mak1\s youI
Wien you feel i i - h i.h, sit-k uie nem\t dAy ; it lo-wis yoiu a day's
c(on slipaled andt1. a- ;.!111 k. Dodoii ivi I. ':Tn sra i --
believe you ne . : r 'nS you u p - ... lit.
alomiel just riunci t:iaber th at your Give jL to II i elvcl.
The More You Use Your Car
The More You Need Goo~d Tires
Your car's usefulness is increasing every day.
It is becoming more and more of a real nccessity
to you-both in your business and home life.
For that very reason you need good tires, now,
more than ever.
The out-nd..out dependability that created 80
tremendous, a demand for Uniitedl States Tires in
times of war i just a d\esirable today.
It reduc eVs t tI les to le vanishing point
mnultiplyIngt the uOul nnes' your 'ar anmd putting
tihe cost of operat' n o a real thr-ift basis.
United States ' >y', 'Chain', 'Usco', and 'Plain'
are tile mnon~ PO > ar fabric tires built. They have
all the stre ng.t h a. nd stamina our years of experience
hlave taught us to put into tires.
There is als.o the United States 'Royal Cord',
the finest =. built for passenger car use.
Our nearest &ales and Service Depot dhealer has
exactly the treaids you need for your car and the
roads you travel.
He will gladly help you pick them out.
UnitedStates Ti res
are Good Tires