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HELPS l'OU HOME MAKERS
Reduce High Cost of Living With a
Garden All Year Round.
(E. E. Buleomb.)
Oiut there was a fam-bi-Iy what
wouldn't plant no seeds,
An' let the n-i-cesl Rank n patch grow
up to ugly weeds;
The women folks an' ehil'ren folks
thist held their heads up high,
X Made fun of havin' C.-A-R-DEXS,
an' said their dad could buy.
'X they wouldn't heed the warn'n
"Never buy what you can raise,"
But ran IMG HILLS 'n lolled about
through all the summer days.
Hut long nen in the win-ier time, the
WOLF STOOD AT THEIR DOOR I
'X if the neighbors hadn't saved 'em,
He'd uv et Ym up for .--h o-r-el
So put a G-R-E-A-T VAC, GAKDEX
An' mind what you'
Er the HARD TIMES'!
The Industrious Family
that raises plenty to eat has a great
advantage over the family that de
pends on the tin can counter of the
local grocer who must take much
more as the war in Europe is pushing
prices pretty high.
Miss Jamison's Recipes
have made you unusually anxious for
a large variety of vegetables in your
garden, because having tried the re
cipes which call for things you al
ready have in stock you know that
you can make delightful dishes from
whet you can raise in your garden,
Some Women Are Alwys Critical and
They often say a writer's directions
and advice are not practical, when it
is they and not the writer that is not
practical. I have heard farm women
complain because recipes called for
mustard or spinach or parsley, Sv.-iss
chart! or kale, an onion for fl.-.voring,
a pepper pod, a pinch of sage, celery,
and asparagus, which they did not
have and could not afford to buy. i
have heard women of moderate cir
cumstances in towns with garden
spaces going to waste make the same
complaint; and also women of means
they, because the grocer did not
keep these garden products. If these
women had been practical they would
have raised these things. Particular
ly is such a complaint inexcusable
from a woman of North Carolina.
North Carolina Women Are the Most
Fortunate on Earth.
1 There are very, very few districts
bo crowded that a garden spot cannot
be found for the family if not on
one's own lot then on some vacant lot
nearby. Even our mill districts pro
vide, well for such a need. There is
no call for costly irrigation. We have
the sunshine, we have the showers
for a long growing season. If a Xorth
Carolina woman will plan carefully
her family may live reasonably well
though mills shut down and war
makes prices high, Air
We can raise what we can u?o
, And WE DON'T HAVE TO P.UY.
This admonition, given in a preced
ing article. sipt)li"S again to both the
gardener and the irardon. It will take
siome lively stir'-iiv.r this month, too.
cty of i
ilavor t; s
W!;ita Lo-.vlon. Giant
!'"d Curled ;;re varieties
that are much vernmmov.ded. It needs
little cultivation nnd may be followed
by other crops, r.s late peas, for ex
ample. Sow in drills 1 oz. to 100 feet;
later th"n to three inches apart in the
row. Rows, IS ii ches apart. The
pecds are small and should be planted
very shallow, not more than one
fourth of an inch deep. The mustrad
6hould Le ready for use 'n four weeks
T!y successive plantings about every
15 days fresh, tender leaves may be
had at all times.
Beat the Beet if You Can
for a vegetable rich in coloring. It is
beautiful sliced in thin even slices.
Some folks nlawys serve beets cold
vrith ft-ong vinegar, but I like them
tot with soma of Miss Jamison's good
salad dressing on them. And beets
make the finest kind of
Coloring for Candy and Easter Eggs.
Besides you can make very decora
tive candy by crystalizing sliced beets.
and can trim up your Christmas can'
dy boxes as nicely as those displayed
la shop windows. Parsnips may also
fee used in tola way. If you would
Sl'l'TERIMI OP THE INNOCENT
The condition ef women and child--ii
in the belligerent countries of
urorn-. isntciaUy Belgium and
France, is said to be indescribable. It
is estimated th.it 200,000 babies have
been born within the sound of cannon
since the war began, 00,000 of these
According to the war correspond
cuts, mothers with new born babies
often seek shelter from the cold in
straw stacks and other similar places,
while the little ones have died by the
thousands. Mothers are often torn
from their families and their children
left dependent upon the mercy of the
wandering populace, who are them
selves bereft of homes and loved ones.
Thousands of mothers who would not
desert their children have perished
with them from starvnti' ;i and ex-
posure. It can be re
, .- n that
the horrors of war fall !- av: "4 i. !.'
the women and children: ;' -.- .he !iu-n
are in the army, whe: e t :. vm ii!". .
of camp life and ba'tlo dive;; ' . ir
minds from the harro-v iag coinil.t.-ns
One woman w
rying the dead bod;.- of In
that she might give it s
graveyard. She srru
placed the body in it he-:
the little grave and b i
. . '. !'. then dug
icd the child
Can we imagine anyt,i
g more heart-
To relieve the horror of these con
ditions as far as human help can
tnousands ot goon women are giving
their services to a work of mercy;
American and English women have
gone into the war zone as nurses un
der the control of the Red Cross
They give aid to the women and chil
dren ae well, and we are told it has
become a fad among a certain class
of women to adopt Belgian babies. It
is at least a human fad and to a Uni
ted degree helps to relieve the situa
tion, but it fails to reach the thou
sands of starving children, who are
not to b'ame for the war, whose in
nocent lives are a sacrifice to the
greed and evil passions of a few war-
They '"do say" that there is more
church-going just now than for a long
time. It must be that all the candi
dates for city commissioners are get
Attendance at lodge meetings is
also said to be on the increase. How
ever, the only secret order we ever
knew of. that was productive of votes
was the ku klux. It was fine, which
fact we could prove by the late Judge
Tourgee were he alive. He predicted
n 1S70 what was going to happen to
his party and it planned out. Then he
wrote a book on the clan and made
over a hundred thousand dollars from
ts sale. It was called "A Fool's Er
rand." But the judge himself was not
wise, for he spent mot of the money
rying te establish a high-class m-iga-
ine up North. He went broke and
1 v.lf-n he was miribter to Bel
gium, tie was the first carpet-bag
ger' to hit this part of the country
soon after the surrender. Greensboro
RHEUMATISM MELDS QUICKLY
n't prevent an attack of
ism from coming on. but
stop it almost immediately.
a ;'s Liniment gently applied to
.-ore joint or muse'e penetrates
a :'. '. mianti s to the inllamod spot
:t , :m-es the p-.in. It soothes the
. teVivr. swollen felin:r, nr.d in a
' s'-o; t ti-xo hrlvrs relief that
;tlmvt tin!i"!ievaiU Miitil you ex-;oa.-o
it. Get bottle of' Sloan's
rme'it for -V. of any Divsririht and
c:- it i" the hne a :':ii nst Coins,
"i- .v! Sv.i'l, :i JomiIs. I.u;nl':li'o.
L'.i'.a and '!!;e ailment. Your
ir-y bark if not s i'.V." I. but it
s c!ve aliaost instant relief.
!e to know how
rite to the E(ens!on Department,
:-d wo V' ill see tl.r.t some one tells
l'.eets sl-.onhl be planted l'i inches
deep in drills. 2 feet apart. An oz.
should plant 50 feet. For the early
crop, plant Egyptian, Eclipse, Detroit,
or Dark Red. Early beets should be
ready for use in 65 to 75 days. Early
beets are very much better when ten
der and for this reason frequent plant
ings should be made. The soil should
bo loose and kept well worked. Since
the edible portion grows under ground
clods and hard unyielding sou inter
fere with the perfect development of
Since beets are slow starters in
life's race it is well to sow radishes
in the same row. The radishes mark
the rows for cultivation and are out
of the way before-the beets need the
room. Manure should be well rotted
and thoroughly mixed with the soil.
In fact it is better for the beets if the
manure has been applied for a previ
ous crop. The State Department of
Agriculture recommends 1,000 to 2,-
000 pounds of the following fertilizer:
Phosphoric Acid. . .7 per cent.
Nitrogen 5 per cent.
Potash 8 per cent.
Beets are one of the numerous
vegetables that let you
"Keep Yocr Cake and Eat It, Too,
is caused by ishalhig tiny parti
cles of dust; they choke the bron
chial tubes end bronchitis or
i pneumonia easily follows.
inccoa liver on in scon s Emulsion
corrects asthma by building healthy
tissue; it soothes and heals the irri
tated membranes, and strengthens
the lungs, throat and nerves, rfw
Always take Scott's Emulsion
for Miners' Asthma. fjf
( EVERY DRUGGIST HAS IT. JJ l
M'.'KHH M-l-HUI .!. VM
WHERE WE (JET OCR WEEK;
A MSTIC N I'M HER
There are seven days in a wed; be-
m.-o of the Oriental tradition that
,he vi, rid was created in seven days.
The Romans had no week, but reck
oned by months, counting forward and
backward from the ides and nones,
until the fourth century, when they
adopted the Jewish-Christian week.
Because of its relation to the crea
tion the number seven has always
been invested with an occult and mys
tic significance. There were seven
wise men in antiquity, and seven won
ders of the world. The seventh son
of a seventh son, or seventh daughter
of a seventh daughter, was supposed
to possess powers of prophecy or
divination. For seven days seven
priests with seven trumpets invested
Jericho, and on the seventh day they
encompassed it seven times. The an
cients knew of seven planets and sev
en metals. There were seven heav
ens and seven hoirarchies or angels.
Seven had a mystical significance
among peoples who had no tradition
of a seven day creation, and this was '
Hno tn its heintr indivisible by any
number but itself and to its being a
combination of 3 (called by Pytha
goras the perfect number, rcpresent-
incr beirinninir. middle and end) and ,
4. the souare number.
The Pvthacorean idea about 3 re-
ceived confirmation when the doctrine ! Ma;.' God d'rect h thir.gs as he
of trinitv in unitv was promulgated . wills; we human Deings can do noth
hv the eiirlv Christians. For 3 itself, ing without Him. As you, dear ehil-
at once trinity and unity.
The number 9 was endowed with i
nrnnerties because it is
he product of three times three-
perfection multiplied by perfection.
nr. Tv.-ifirw was remarKauiv
i.. .i'. v; rrrnino of wheat laid on
, .. r ...i WoJ nnt to 1
see the fairies.
CARD OF THANKS
wish to express my thanks to thee
nd'ladv who assisted me while 1 1
was attending the picture show tr.u
other evening. Being directly behind
me she read aloud all the announce
ments as they were thrown on trie
screen and described the scenes in a
loud, clear voice, and l was mui.ii im
pressed. She, being tenner nrarw .
and seeing that 1 was near siKiiie i,
conferred that favor upon me. She
mv idea of what a young lady of lh
irs ouirht to be. tone is not uc
hy'little things who is afraid to J
your 8ny iHUP ""K i,Pi'manv foreiim countries. When you
SlieaK OUl lOUU. - " "'i ;
to me otiuus. 1 """ . , . .. t y
the screen at tol
companion and .ook over the auni
L J AiAry't hnvp Tn IOOK at .
riime "me. " T Ronton ta trf
mo seemed to be bothered quite a bit,
hecause ne M-in, lul. ".' ';. ;, IC 7 "
finally he got up ami leu me meaue.
her. In order to fully thank the Wchndri.n Grateful For .inie (,
lcrc Bread'-ilson Replies to the Let
hr. In order to fully thank the young a of lhai. s
lady. an. so -r. n,.., .... .
derstar,!u I will tell her name. n
,s Miss ( how-gum 'vXf ,
daughter of Mrs. (.a.lal.out Oponfoie.
to b commend
Shell Knott Seeit.
i.nrn i tt
srCCESS FOR THE
il boatload of immigrants a
y ars ago. ,s,in '' ''. "
,,. ro;, w ,i. s. (tied i 1
i ite and set up a small ream-it
,d ear the entrance to the Public
aiT'i. s tne imnoou, u
' Selling maiv-.t-i -cas his vocation:!
l-' i'vocati'Mi. or roup--, was uic .-'.uu.v
I' languages, with v hich he put in
'is sua1" time, studying in his hooks
borrowed from the 'library. I.ots of
people thought him a vreat joke ftiil
th-i'-e was rianv a laugh at him. But
the peanut seller went on studying
Todav he is a teacher of languages,
and one of the really shining lights
of Harvard University. He knows
Cv-ns Field devoted years to
swirinirlv boneless drudgery amid
scoffs of men, and crossed the Atlantic ,
ocean 50 times before he laid the At-.
lantic cable. But he laid it. He knew
cables. . . .
When C.eorpe Westinghouse lirst
wtxnt in Vanderbilt with his air braka
the railroad magnate told him he "had
no time to talk to fools.' But West-
inghouse naa. ana ne Kepi ai ier v an-
derbilt until the air brake was adopt-
The most successful worker 13 ne
who singles oux irom xne vasi, nui-
ber of possible employments some
specialty and sticks to It.
Most men can do several thing
passably well. Very few can do one
thing surpassingly well. The young
man wno Kiiowt, u ku ",v"
oughly, farming, for instance, knows
enough; he is a master among men.
SPLENDID FOR RHEUMATISM
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment is
just splendid for rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dunburg, Eldridge, N. Y. "It
has been used by myself and other
members of my family time and time
again during the past six years and
has always given the best of satisfac
tion." The quick reief for p-.in which
Chamberlain's Liniment affords is
alone worth many times the price.
For salt by all dealers.
! ' - . j i"Vyi 5
FRANCIS JOSEPH TO AUSTRIAN
I The Ancd Emperor's Letter Asking
The Prayers Of The Innocent.
(Letter in New 'York Sun.)
At a moment when all Austrian
hearts are beating with anxiety, when
l tie gal.ani, aim prolonged defense ot
Pmemysl has, according to retrograd
at last has been beaten down and the
lair Austrian country is perhaps ex
nosed to savaue inroads of the Cos
sacks, may 1, as a sincere and
deeply attached frined of Austria
Hungary, oiler to my country a trans
lation of the beautiful and touching:
letter which the Emperor Francis
Jose oh recently addressed to the chi
dren of his lands? Perhaps, as the
aged monarch seems to think, th
prayers of the innocent may preserve
the country from all danger,
i'.i the Dear Children of Our Empire:
If. on the threshold of the grave
and in such a serious hour, 1 turn to
you, beloved chiiuren, it is tor mo
than one reason. Once you were the
iov, the ioiisohuion-'-ycs, often in the
darkest moments of my long life th
only consolation and the only joy-
ot your F.mneroi'-Kiug. When 1 saw
you a sunbeam fell once again aero.n
the shadow of my existence. It is.
you, children, who are nearest to the
heart of your Emperor-King, the flow
ers o! my kingdom, the ornament o!
my peoples, the blessings of the fu
L!ut it is not only to your Emperor
King that you are nearest, but to One
before W horn the mightiest ot this
world are helpless creatures, God our
Lord; in your eyes the light of the
creation morn still shines, about you
is still Paradise is still Heaven.
God is all powerful; in His hand lies
the fate of all peoples. Everything
bows to His will, by Him the stars
and mankind are directed. That this
almighty hand of God may guard and
keep Austria-Hungary, giving her the
victory over her many enemies and
strengthening her in victory to the
honor and glory of God this is the
only wish which remains to me after
a life rich in calamity. It was my
wish when I ascended the throne of
my fathers so young and full of
hope it will be the wish which per-
haps will soon be on my dying lins
as the last word of love and car? for
my icalm and for my people.
dren, stand nearest to .od, your Knt-
perui-ivm i.t-f,.-, Vu i. oiu n
may bless us and bestow His grace.
UP" our cause. l,o.l grants the
- Tu J
image. Therefore cease not to pray
with clasped hands, you
and you smallest ones of all.
If the children of the realm pray
for their fatherland, I know that all
will be well with our star. Then you
will have a part in the day of victory
and honor of the Empire. You have
CLlieu tlVM, II uic uitraamga ufiun uui
colors, upon our army.
Dear children, do not forget trie
empire to which on earth you be
long or its old Emperor.
From a small becinning the sale and
use of this remedy has extended to all
parts oeUmte. -State, and to
I, " kt c..l, motiVJno mVA
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
you will understand why it has become
. . f COutrhs. colds and
"ore in..,, yjx
croup. For sale by all dealers,
LETTER TO PRESIDENT
bv tw );u,e r.elrians twlIls o
had been sent to the staw'ng Petglaiiv
hag writteu n
own handwriting, a letter 10 mi.
Dear Little Friends," expressing his
happiness that the Americans have
been able to extend a helping ha-i i to
the war sufterers and hop;; ti n.
when the war is ended I " v ill have
tfc(, plcasurc of seeing them.
The letter of the itdle Kclg
des Caulois, !
a ns v
''Dear Mr. Wilson: Th'.iu-
nunh for the good bread,
people in our villages wore
for they had nothing to eat.
that vou have sent ov -: to
little country a big prevtion of wheat
both rich ami poor can live thanks
, to the Americans.
I "Dost love and wishes fr.m l.ttlc
; "PUSSY DE SPOELBE-; H.
"I wish to join my sister in thanking
you, too, for it is jolly good bread -1
enough to satisfy any schoolboy
hunger. E. DE SPOELBEIiCII.
The President's reply was as 101-
,.Tha wfto House, 20 March. i:!5.
Mv' Dear Little Friends:
Your letter toucned me very deeply,
, t v r. ir nvth rv
, . Tt V. ,.ar l.o.v t'n
thinIt- tnat what generous Americans
hava done to rciieve the hunger and
distress in your country has bro.i'iht
tl h , v u neeacci ani given vou
1 i , , i . i : : 4-T : ,.r
4u . ,.aa ,iovC r.f w ar T tinnp ihat.
wilj grow up to be strong, to do
k th t in have to be done in
the days of peace that are coming. It
wouij be a great pleasure to me if
; some day j mjpht see you both when
i thoge happier times have come. Your
, sincere friend
SHOULD NOT FEEL
So many people troubled with indi
gestion and constipation have been
benefitted by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets tr.at no one should feel dis
couraged who has not given them
triaL They contain no pepsin or other
digestive ferments but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally, tor sale by all
HELPLESS AS BABY
Dawn b Mind Unable to Work,
and Wnat Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle Eniey, of this place, says: "I suf
fered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with
out success. I suffered so very much,
that I became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape, was unable to do any work.
I began takiner Cardul. the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years vears old. but feel aa
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
mv mind, and I feel it mv dutv to snpat
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
It has been helpine weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it
Writ ts' Chaannnra MH Wna T .rflui
Advisory Deot.. Cnae.anooia, Tnn., tor Strual
lnttru. timi on vcur caia and Ea-naoa hnnW "Un..
Treatmant (or Woman." in plain wraoBtr. N.C. 131
PREPAREDNESS FOR PEACE
Straws tell which way the wind
blows. So do lies. When Congress is
in session the wind blows toward ap
propriations. It is an ill wind which
blows profit to men who don't deserve
The experience of this nation and
some others shows that those who
talk war from within are more dan
gerous than those on the outside. Ev
ery man. citizen, officer, politician,
journalist, forger of armor plate, who)
hscusses international episodes in
tonus of war is a menace w t.is coun-1
try's welfare. We do not trust him
when we think we see his motive. I
It is not, the great navy as a navy !
which is likely to menace peace. It is i
i great navy conjured up by those
who have something to gain by its
operations. Let the navy be as strong
is its naval experts can convince a
ommission of statesmen that it ought .
to be. We are not afraid of an effi-1
ient army which keeps its place.
Only treat us fairly and speak to us
n our interest as a people and in ours
Besides our jrenera! staff in the
army and the corresponding general
board in the navy, why not establish
i permanent non-partisan council oi ,
neaee V ve srjenn now some szyu.uuu,
000 a year on "preparedness for war,"
of course without getting it, through ,
oming once or twice dangerously
near it. I
Let us in addition spend one pei I
cent of this amount, on preparedness
for peace. It is an experiment wortw
rving. David Starr Jordan, totamoru
Tl'RKISH PRISONERS SUFFER
The Turks out in the Caucausus
ers in the hands of the Russians that !
t was difficult to handle them success
fully. But an officer devised a sim-'
pie plan. I
The Russians deprived the prison
ers of all suspenders, belts and trou-,
sers buttons before starting their
ong march northward. I
Though guarded by but a few men, ,
the Turks had little chance to escape.
All their attention was centered on
pi-eventing the loss of the most in-!
dispensable part of their attire.
TEN WEEKS IN BED EMINENT
PHYSICIANS FAILED WON
I wish to inform you of the great ;
benefit I have derived from the use of ;
Swamp-Root. I had been a sufferer j
for more than twenty years from kid-
ney and liver trouble and was almost l
constantly treated by the most emi- j
nent physicians who could only give
me temporary relief. I had been in
hed ten weeks when I began the use
of Swamp-Root. Inside of twenty- j
four hours I could see that I had been
greatly benefitted. I continued to use
Swamp-Root until I had used several :
bottles when I really felt that my old
trouble was completely cured and 1
am positive that any person suffering ,
with kidney or liver trouble can be
cured by the use of this preparation, j
I am now in the best of health, bet-!
ter than I have been for ten years or
more. I do not know how to express .
myself as strongly as I desire, in fa-'
vor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, as I i
am sure that it saved my life and that .
my good health is due entirely to ths
great remedy. I heartily recommend
it to every sufferer and am confident
they can be benefitted as I have been
It is a pleasure for me, gentlemen, to
hand you this recommendation.
MRS. H. J. PRICE,
1406 Center St. Portsmouth, Ohio.
Personally appeared before me this
13th of September, 1909, Mrs. H. J.
Price, who subscribed the above state
ment and made oath that the same is
true in substance and in fact.
R. A. CALVERT,
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valua
ble information, telling about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and mention the Asheboro
Weekly Courier. Regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar sue, bottles for sale at
all drug' stores.
Drugs and Medicines
of the Drug Firm who knows. Buy
from people of experience. Buy from
Our prescription department is in
charge of James T. Underwood, who
has had years of experience. Jim Un
derwood is well known to the people
We carry a full and complete line
and pay the postage on all orders by
Rexall Trailing Arbutus.
Williams' Violet Talcum Powder.
Hanson and Jenks line ef Toilet
Hudnut's Toilet Waters, all sizes.
The Symphony Lawn Line has ere
ated a sensation here.. Ask any of our
many satisfied customers about Sym
phony Lawn Stationery. We have it
in all the latest sizes and shapes. Up
to the minute in style. We also call
your attention to our line of Pound
Paper and Envelopes to match. We
have a large lot of Linen Envelopes
at 10 cents.. These are extra quality
and the greatest value on the market
for the price.
A nice Box of Paper and Envelopes
for only 10c. Call for this and if it
is not the regular 25-cent value we
are fooled in your judgment.
A full and complete line of Wright's
Horse Remedies at the very best
We are agents for the Elkay Vet
erinary Remedies and these are guar,
anteed to give sitisfaction.
A full line of Hess' Stock and Poul
try Foods and the well known Inter
national line of Stock Remedies.
We also carry the Magic Stock and
Poultry Food in all the various sizes.
Minard's Liniment is the great big
seller in this country and never fails
Sloan's Liniment in all sizes as well
as Sloan's Colic Cure for Horses.
Tobacco and Cigars and Smoker's
goods are always on hand and kept in
a clean sanitary condition and in shape
that you get your money's worth.
We are agents for the Saturday
Evening Post and The Ladies' Home
The Rexall Remedies need no mtro
duction to the people of Randolph
They are well known and their mer
it is a recognized fact.
Rexall Sarsaparillla Tonic $1.00.
Rexall Bamboo Blood Builder $1.00
Rexall Specific and Alterative $1.00.
These are Guaranteed Blood Puri
fiers and your money back if you are
Rexall Ko-Ko-Kas-Kets 25 cents.
These Pills are used by more people
in this country than all others com
bined and we positively Guarantee
each and every bottle to give satisfac
tion. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will re
lieve that unpleasant feeling after
you eat. They are put up in three
sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00.
. . Let us show you these Dyspepsia
Tablets and you will thank us for tel
ing you about this Remedy.
..Catarrh can be relieved. Macutott
is an internal Remedy and removes
the cause. Rexall Catarrh Jelly wMI
give instant relief. Mucutone will re
move the cause. Two sizes 51c aad
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 25c, 50
and $1.00. One of the Rexall kind.
When they tell you some other Cough
Syrup is better than Rexall Cough
Syrup it is because there is no Kesall
in the house.
Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
is the best and is Guaranteed
Rexall Bulb Syringes from 50c to
$1.50. The only Syringe sold that is
positively Guaranteed to satisfy.
Rexall Fountain Syringes are sold
on a Guarantee for two years All
sizes and prices from 50c to $:t.50.
All kinds of Croup Remedies and
Cold Tablets. Headache Tablets, etc.
V"e appreciate vour patronage.
STANDARD DRl'G COMPANY
REXALL DRl'G STOKE
USE THE ROAD DRAG
There exists a prevailing op:r.ien
in the minds of those who have used
the King road drag that the persist
ent use of this simple drag will
the ordinary earth roads more good
for the amount of time and labor re
quired than any other method of work
ing ever proposed. Some of the best
earth roads in Ohio have been nuide
good by the use of this simple imple
ment. In fact, some advocates of t.e
drag claim that the trustees of many
townships could well aflord to sell the
heavy road machines to a junk ina
and invest the proceeds in a nuinbc'
of split-log drags. Spasmodic use.ot
the split-iog or similar drag or w
like use of any road-working imple
ment will not make bad roads good.
The drag is light and easily handled
ur,A ehmild ho iisod na soon after eaCft
rain as the condition of the surface
will permit. The job is quickly fiinisn-
ed and the results are surp"M"
where the dragging is carried J
throughout the year. Possibly w
most marked Improvement irom
use of the road drag will result from
the early spring dragging. .
Practically all farm papers have
scribed the King, or epiit-log draj
Tlnur if vnn ara not aCOUaillW
with this simple implement and cas-
nnt. find a Hoscrintinn in VOW local 0'
r Qn r a coraple"
treatise of the implement and its .W
in Farmer's Bulletin xmo. -r
bulletin is furnished free by the Unn
ed States Department of Agncaw-
Washington, D. V.
PRES. HARRISON OPTIMISTIC
President Harrison, of the Southern
Railway, says: ...
"The causes of the existing depnj
sion (in the South) are all
tne outn, wnicn, sjieaniue, .-..if
is sound financially and abis A
before to bear a strain by reason I
several years of great V-ospfJ-l
"A considerable number of Soowj
era manufacturers are already exfi
ing to the Latin-American j
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