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Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Waterloo, Iowa MONDAY APRIL 3920 TUB EVENING COURIER AND REPORTER WATERLOO IOWA year It is estimated that each person consumes three Rallona of 20 per cent cream worth 30 per gallon Milk Is consumed at 000 skim and buttermilk 000 cottage checseJwd other cheese 1 the rate of l pint per dav peri onjoymwit of beautiful flowers person This consumption fs inM common to all of creasing at present due to campalRii beiup waged In the state for the greater use or milt for children If Iowas ows produced 200 pounds butter fjt annually I they would require no more out State Xov Ranks Third in Butter j lay for housing and labor and lit tle more for feed than now The cow testing associations arc mak ing the flpbt for better cows and greater production per capita Jro Cream in Ice cream is steadily increasin rroducUonOutput VaJucd at Last Year Ames la April 26 By nro during ST 9 14 633 pounds of but ter valued at 2P5 Iowa in moved into second place as a butter producing state Minne sota leads and Wisconsin is third according to figures made public in Its value as a lain product Last year worth consumed in the state Cheese the least of the dairy products on For Infants Children ly having a value of It is produced mainly in the north BFfe THAN CALOMEL are a Harmless Substitute by the Inited States department eastern part of thestatewhere the of asriculture Kor Iowa this is a hilly sections provide good pasture decided increase of more than 3but poor markets for milk i inpUSanuS pounds over the producj other dairy products credited to Dr EdwardsOllVC Tablets tion of 191S when M888414 j for 1910 are market milk pounds were marketed condensed milk Dairy Business i Booming Dairy products and dairy cows are much in demand in Iowa and j the business is booming according to M Morteiison head of the dairy department at Iowa State college have dairv cows i beeaso much in denaud says Mr Moftenson as they are at present With theincreasein the values of the land the farmer io not cofftelirmereiy corn but wants something where he can Vget ready money HO WTO RAISE BABYJHICKS Put Avicol in the drinking wattr The increase in dairy produc tion also is an indication that the farmers are preparing for harder Most people lose half of every hatch nd seem to expect it Chick cholera or fhito diarrhoeaIs the trouble The U 3 lovernmcnt stares that over half times History has shown that whenever the farmer prepares for hard times he reverts to the dairy business since it has a market that is always open Demand Continue Strong The demand for dairy products particularly butter will continue istrong altho the price will drop off The large importa tions of Danish butter will not last are being sent here at pres ejit because the American dollars buy more than otbex money Twill Denmark is not in position fb supply a Its produe fion which In 1914 amounted to 240000000 pounds exported dJminshed to 34000000 in 3919 AHho this will greatly increase it not come up to the production Jii 1914 for many years Other Eu ropean butter producers are not up to their prewar standards This Nvill keep the American market up to normal Consumption Greater Iowa has at present 1370000 dairy cows producing an average 150 pounds of butter fat per hicks hatched die from this cause Dr EdwardsOlive sub i stitute for a mi Id but sure j laxative and their effect on the liver is almost instantaneous These little olive i colored tablets are the result of Dr j Edwards determination ynot to treat liverand bowel complaints with calomeL The pleasant little tablets do the i i Rood that calomel does but have no bad after effects They dont injure the i teeth like strong liquids or calomel They take hold of the trouble and quickly correct it Why cure the liver at the expense of the teeth Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the gums Your liver Is Clogged Up Tbifs Why Ytire ai Sorts Hive Appetite CARTERS IJTTLE UVER PILLS put you right in alew days v They act quickly though gently and give na ture a chance 1to renewyour health Cor An Avicol tablet placed in the drinking So do strong liquids It is best not to K calomel Let Dr EdwardsOlive water will positively Tablets take its place save your little chicks j Headaches dullness and that lazy fedinK from constipation and a i disordered liver Take Dr Edwards as crickets Avicol keeps j Olive Tablets when you feel healthy and makes heavy They clear clouded brain and perk up the spirits 10cand25c them grow and develop Mrs Vannic Thaekery R F D 3 St aris 0 writes 1 had 30 chicks and hey all died but 32 Then I commenced jn Avicol and havent lost any since I hey have srrown wonderfully lUIV Jt costs nothing to try Avicol If you I lont find that it prevents andpromptly i IllW ures white diarrhoea chick cholera anil 11 bowel diseases of poultry tell us and j money will be refunded by return nail Avicol is sold by most nd poultry remedy dealers or you can end 25c or 50c today for a packagc by iaJl postpa4d EurrellDugger Co 431 Jolumbla BIdfr Indianapolis Ind AVJCQL stops chicks dying ADVISES When the Children Cough Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests No telling how soon the symptoms may develop yito croup or worse And thens when youre glad you have a jar of Mustexole at hand to give prompt sure relief It does not blister As first aid and a certain remedy Musterole is excellent Thousands of mothers know it You should keep a jar in the house ready for instant uee is the remedy for adults too Re lieves sore throat bronchitis tonsilitia icroup stiff neck asthma neuralgia Women Who Are III To Take Lydia E Pinkhami Vegetable Compound East Rochester X have used Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound for several years and think it fine I am a practical nurse and when I get run dowrL and nervous I take the Vegetable Compound I also have trouble with my bladder when I am on my feet and Lydia B Pinkbatns Sana tive Wash relieves that I rec ommended your medicine to several young ladies who have all benefitted br L BELLOWS Lincoln Rd East Kochester 5f headache congestioii pleurisy rheu matism lumbago pains and aches of j Young women who are troubled backer joints sprains sore muscles witli painful or irregular periods chilblains frosted feet and colds of tho backache headache draggingdown tion biliousoHB indigeition and fc prevents sensations fainting spells or in headache 30c and 60c jars hospital size digestion should take Lydia E Pink j hams Vegetable Compound Thou Swalt DmeSwO Price IML CARTERS mOff PILLS Natures great i nerve and blood tonic fot lUMrnutitM NerrMuneu i i and Weakness tilM linl knriliHtiri sands have been restored to health by i this root and herb remedy Write for free and helpful advice to Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Lynn Mass Women only i open read and answer1 such letters Hi How Can I Save Money Wise buying means economy The way to buy wisely is to read the ad vertisements advertised products arc good products merchants tell you of their bargains thru advertisements because almost every new opportunityis ofter edtlrm an advertisement practically every unusual buy is adver you save time and trouble by choosing vrhat you and where to get it from the advertisements instead of hunting all over town How can I save money By reading the advertisements Not today only But every day Youll save money by keeping up with every opportunity to get full value in by reading the advertisements regularly HYILV XBWSPAlER ADVKKT1SIXG VAYS i 20 miles to the gallon oj gasoline 12500 miles to the set of tires 50 slower yearly depreciation Natitxat Averages i FRANKLIN SEDAN Doesnt Shift the Responsibility for Efficient Performance to the Owner is built oa the economy and The Franklin Car fundamentals of utility Our in motoring is To go any time regardless of season To go anywhere regardless of roads Make the longest distances in a day Travel with the greatest comfort Any Franklin owner will support these facts of Franklin performance Any day will serve 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