page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
LIKE NEW MAN
lortland Citizen Declares Tan
lac Completely Overcame
j p. Strnhl, 6517 88th St., Portland,
ire'jron. speaking of Ills experience
[ith Tanlac, says:
?Tanlac lias ended my stomach trou
l,?. i.uilf me ?P eighteen pounds and I
n\v enjoy the best health of my iffe.
for two years before I got Tanlac,
loniach trouble had me in Its grip,
ml nil sorts of ailments kept bobbing
[,? cause me misery. Scarcely any
fjinir I ate agreed with me, and I kept
foUinir off till I was sixteen pohnds
mlcjwoieht. Gas on my stomach
me till I could hardly breathe,
had attacks of biliousness and had
l,(> all the time taking laxatives.
'??Tanlac put me on my feet, fixed
up so I can eat heartily, sleep like
Ip.p and work at full speed. There's
O two ways about it: Tanlac sure
iiilils a solid foundation for health."
Tanlac is for sale by all good drug
Isis. Over .'15 million bottles sold. ?
|Gas Keeps Strides With Electricity.
In spife of the tremendous strides
kf fiV electrical industry, the gas In
Bust ry today employs five times as
Liny men and twenty times as much
fiipital as in lSUO.
"Bayer" and Insist!
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
package or on tablets you are not get
ting' tiie genuine Bayer product pre
scribed by physicians over twenty-two
years and proved safe by millions for
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package contains !
proper directions. Handy boxes^ of
twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug
gists also sell bottles of 24 and 100.
Asperin is the trade mark of Bayer
Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester ot
Salicylicacid. ? Advertisement
Wail Heard In All Ages.
How great a pity that we should not
feel for what end we are born into
this world, till just as we are leaving
Important to All Women
Readers of This Paper j
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased. / ,
You may suffer pain in the back, head- j
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irri
tabTb and maybe despondent; it makes
any one so.
Hut hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health
to the kidneys, proved to be just the
remedy needed to overcome such condi
Miny eend for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp Root, the ptreat kidney, liver
?nd bladder medicine, will do for them. By j
enoR sini; ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., j
BuiRharnton, N. Y., you may receive sam
ple size bottle by parcel post. You can
purchase medium and large size bottles at
?11 drug stores. ? Advertisement.
Where the Money Went.
Doctor ? "Well, I hope you profited
by my advice." Patient ? "Yes, doctor,
hut not so much as you did."
Baby Was Soon
"My baby cut two teeth at 4V4 months
and cried so much I could hardly quiet
her. Really I didn't know what to do
till a friend said give her Teethina, which
I and In a day or two she was laugh
ing and playing with Daddy again. She
has cut several teeth since and they nevef
Rave her a bit of trouble," writes Mrs.
Charles H. Partaln. 221 Shell Road, Mo
bile, * Ala.
Many a distracted mother would find
comfort and relief If she would give her
baby Teethina all through Its tefthlng
time. It soothes the Inflamed gums and
relieves every distressing symptom.
Teethina Is gold by leading druggists,
or send 30c to thj Moffett Laboratories,
Columbus. Ga., and receive a full-slse
Package and a ftee copy of Moffett's
Illustrated Baby Book. ^Advertisement.
People who look for trouble never
loofc in vain.
: >...? ? i . ? ?? i .1 ? ? i ? .yi . ? ? ?? j
HORSE SUPPLY IS DECREASED |
Number in United States Is 20,559,000,
as Compared With 23,145,000
(Prepared by the United States Department
An 11 per cent decrease in the
world's supply of horses since 1913
and a slight decrease In the number !
of mules and asses are estimated by
the United States Department of Agrl- ?
culture. ? (?
The number qf horses In 85 coun
tries, which represents about 99 per
c!ent of the total number of horses re
ported, Is now 103,550,000 head, as com
pared with 116,500,000 before the war.
Comparative figures for 15 other coun
tries, which have 741,000 horses, are
The decreases occur largely In Rus
sia and the United States. According
to latest estimates Russia has 18,507,
000 hotaes compared with 34,700,000 in
1913, a decrease of 47 per centi The
number of horses in the United States
is 20,559,000, as compared with 23,145,
000 In 1914. Decreases are also re
ported from the United Kingdom,
France, Germany and Japan. In
creases are reported for Argentina, !
Canada, the Union of South Africa,
Denmark, Spain, Sweden and Norway.
The number of mules and asses in \
88 countries, which represents about 91 !
per cent of the total number reported,
is estimated at 23,432,000, as compared
with 23,618,000 In pre-war years. Com
parative figures for 19 other countries
which have 1,238,000 mules and asses
are not available.
The United States ranks first in num
ber of horses with 20,559,000 head, and
Russia second with 18,507,000 head. In
numbers of muleii and asses, the United
States Is fin* with 5,898,000 head, Bra
zil is second with 1,865,000 head, and
India third, with 1,782,000 head.
Imports of horses into the United
States have dropped from 11,142, the
1909-13 average, to 3,593 In 1921. Dur
ing the first 11 months of 1922 only
439 horses were brought in. Of Untfed
States imports Canada has furnished
80 to 90 per cent in recent years as
compared with about 31 per cent in
the pre-war period. About 20 per cent
of total imports formerly came from
Mexico and France.
Exports of horses from the United
States have decreased since the war,
and exports of mules have Increased.
Exports . of horses averaged 15,655
head during the period 1919-22, as com
pared with 28,333 head during 1909-13.
Post-war exports of mules averaged
8,753 and pre-was exports 5,025. Mex
ico has been the heaviest purchaser of
both horses and mules since 1919, sup
planting Canada, which took more
than any other country before the
Since the war France has imported
more horses than have been exported,
whereas before the war exports were
about three times as large as imports.
Both the export and import trade in
horses of Belgium have fallen off. Im
ports In 1921 were 21,000 head as
compared with an average of f?2,000
head for the period 1909-13. Exports
decreased from an average of 31,000
head in the five-year pre-war period
to 9,900 in 1921.
Imports Into the United States have
decreased to less than a fifth of the
pre-war figure. Exports have also
fallen oft to some extent. There is a
marked tendency to replace tractors
with horses In England und Wales, the
British ministry of agriculture and
fisheries reports. Tractors are being
used to a great extent only on the
larger arable farms, but even on these
farms tractors are being used less than
in previous years. Few new machines
are apparently being purchased when
| tractors wear out. The low price of
horses, the reduced cost of their keep,
and lower labor costs are given as the
principal reasons for the reversion to
Seven Scrub Chasers. t
1. Sell that scrub bull for j
2. Make an exchange for a ?
registered bull calf.
3. Exchange scrub bull In |
part payment toward a pure- ?
bred bull of serviceable age. |
4. Form a bull club or a bull ?
5. Hold a registered bull sale T
encouraging scrub owners to |
buy a bull at his own price. J
0. Ask your county breed sec
retary and county agent to as
, slst in replacing that scrub with
a good purebred bull.
7. Encourage scrub bull own
ers to borrow a good purebred
bull. from his neighbor for Ijim
to keep to be used for two
years' service, then return him
to original breeder.
MARKET FEED THROUGH COWS
Corn and Other Feeds Will Bring
More Money in Form of Pork
Than at Elevator.
With corn and other feeds relative
ly cheap and the number of hogs be
low normal, great care should be
taken to give the Irogs the best pos
sible opportunity to remain healthy,
qs feed marketed In the form of pork
will bring a lot more money than
when sold at the 'elevator.
Our Pet Peeve
Guilty Conscience We Guess
DARNED \F" 1 KNOW WHAT Tut LAVVNLK
wants To set me about ! ? I'll < 1
Take A stroll past mis ofrce an]>
SE? UM AT K.IND OP A JOINT HE VkAattOi >N
WELL. Me works in a ctooo
tOOWciN* 6ua"DING anvvv/a ^
Oh VA'S A M#
Harold Used It Too Strong
?A?,fou<3, uA>?e soo vicmceo ahwa\u6
pu tw ?tW IAS< C0U91A lAOMtHS *?0O*
*TUkS HEKE Ooc COUE ?: moo kuow,
hU? FREUCHWVAM VIWO SEOVAWU COP? A
CA$? Of NEW6S &4 SAMtU1 EVfW VAQRUM^
~?verm oas via GtwvV serrER "u BcrfER*"
VU6LU, HWlOta SOOCH POWiOU TbRKEM
ftOGE ONUS *fU* FuvwtEST ??f Of 90UI W&GS
mnH% OOOMPtH HAROUO^
V*CtOU> AH* eo?
l?<xGEO AMI >AOR? ^
? ; i , ? .
ue oeooeo *to oof -tw oocs tot* ou
UIS VUARPEO IXlOEftPtUUlUGc %U KfiPY 3AMUJ'
"TWtW Grrrw' betters better " *u ?f
90R?. WORKED tfJOMOERFOW i
A new Imported German Scientific discov
ery. A food tonic comprising pure beer
yeast and other valuable Ingredients com
pounded In powder form. No more yeast
cskes. No more tablets. Tasteless and
odorless. A pure, wholesome food for build -
Ins op your vitality and preventing disease.
Add NOVAFAEX to your regular diet and
obtain a strong, healthy, vigorous body.
Compiles with the requirements of the U.
8. Pure Pood and Drug Laws. A proven
success In cases of lowered vitality, indi
gestion. constipation, malnutrition and va
rious skin affections. Enclose One Dollar
bill for large 4 -ox. package. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
THE NOVAFAEX COMPANY
Dept. 403. 220 No. State St.. Chicago.
A safe, dependable and
effective Temedy for
Coughs, Colds, Distemper, Influenza,
Heaves and Worms among horses and
mules. Absolutely harmless, and as safe
for colts as it is for stallions, mares or
geldings. Give "Spohn's" occasionally
as a preventive. Sold at all drug stores.
SPOHN MEDICAL C0.C0SH.EM.1N0, U.S.A.
No skin break too small
Be very wary of cuts, scratches
and skin abrasions, no matter
how slight. "Vaseline" Carbol
ated Petroleum Jelly ? applied
at once ? lessens the possibility
It comes in bottles- ?
at ail druggists and
State St. New York
Every " V airline " product is rtcorw
m cndctl everywhere because of its abso
lute purity and effectiveness.
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles ?
The National Remedy of Holland for
centuries. At all druggists in three
sizes. Guaranteed as represented.
Look for the name Gold Medal on every
box and accept no imitation
Rotor? Color and
I Beatify to Cnr end Faded Hail)
tOc. and Jl OOat PrucruU. I
Iriwqi Chfm. Wln.Patchngne.W.Tj
HINDERCORNS Rem ore* Dim, Ckl
Iodwi, ete., stops all pels, ensures comfort to lUe
trrt, makes walking ea?T. ISo. by mall or at Dnif
rista. Hlscox Chemical Werkm Pateborne. K. T
Received by School Teachers.
"Please excuse Mary for being
jumpy. She's Just got better of St.
"Please excuse Willie for going
home at recess. He got a pain in the
boy's basement and couldn't get up
the stairs." ? Boston Transcript.
"COLD IN THE HEAD"
Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh.
Those subject to frequent "colds" are
generally in a "run down" condition.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la a
Treatment consisting- of an Ointment, to
be used locally, and a Tonic, which arts
Quickly through the Blood on the Mu
cous Surfaces, building up the System,
and making you less liable to "colds."
Bold by druggists for over iO Tears.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
Population and Square Miles.
There would he about nine people
i to the square mile if the entire popula
tion of the world were distributed
equally over the earth's total surface
area of about 197,000,000 square miles.
To Have a Clear, Sweet Skin
Touch pimples, redness, roughness
or Itching, if any, with Cuticura Oint
ment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap
and hot water. Kinse, dry gently and
dost on a little Cuticura Talcum to
leave a fascinating fragrance on skin.
Everywhere 25c each. ? Advertisement
"That musician said that the tune
haunted him." "Why shonldn't it? He
murdered it." ? Jack-o-Lantern.
"Why does the boss (;et down so
early in the morning?" "I think he
enjoys seeing us come in late."
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
WRITK FOK OCB LOWKfT PBJCE8
on (M?iM Catawba Ceoatjr crown cowpeaa.
?oy bean*. ceanota. etc.. baat . In Sovth.
CATAWBA 6JCKD ROU lOCXOBY, V. CL