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No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
role, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, ini
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Tunic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw ofl or dispel the worms, and the Child will he
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WARM WEATHER DISEASES
They Are Preventable
Van, - soon we will ee an Increase
of typhoid fever In our community.
My time Is typhoid fever lime, as well
as the time for bowel troubles in chil
dren and adults as well. Flies are
carriers of many of the diseases, and
the time to begin our war Is now,
! lasting throughout our lives. The fly
[ eggs are always laid In filth, gener
ally In the excrement of animals, in
cluding the human. Clean premises
should be free from flies. See, there
fore, that no hatching place is pro
vided for the filthy fly on your yard.
We are fortunate in having a rem
edy that is very effective against ty
phoid fever, but like all other things,
It Is not 100 per cent perfect; In oth
er words, sometimes we find an indi
vidual who Is not made immune by
typhoid vaccination, owing to that In
dividual not having had a sufficiently
j large dose of the vaccine or his In
i' ability to build up anti-bodies against
I the Infection or the overwhelming in
fection that he receives.
The season for typhoid vaccination
Is here. This remedy is furnished free
| by our State Hoard of Health, and is
| administered by vour family physician.
| Every one should take this vaccine at
j least orvery three years. Suppose you
! start on yours right away. It requires
throe weeks to complet the treatment.
There is no question that this is the
right thing to do.
We would not have typhoid fever if
wo had sanitary cloHets in every home.
The germ comes only from a human
being who Is a carrier of these germs.
The germ is thrown off in human ex
crement only, and you must "catch”
typhoid by either eating or drinking
Proper sanitation will absolutely
control typhoid, as well as other dis
eases of this character, diarrhea .and
It pays and pays well to have a
sanitary closet and to keep your prem
ises clean. Especially should you take
care of the barn and stable manure to
prevent the hatching of flies.
Screening helps and helps wonder
fully; make it effective; do it now.
Your Child Needs Your Care.
Parents who art- really interested
in their children should not postpone
the attention that should he given
physical defects until the children
arrive at school age. All children
should be given supervision before
they are six, In fact, the earlier the
better. So many things could be
done that would prevent the necessity
of surgical operations In the years to
come. Many simple remedies often
would prevent deformity, glandular
derangements, eye-sight abnormalities
and many other things that will, of
necessity, have to have attention later
In life. Children should be weighed
and measured with regularity. If
they are not growing, If weight does
not show gradual Increase month after
month, there is something wrong.
This Is true from the first few weeks
:f life until the growth Is attained.
The mother can weigh and measure
the child, and If not normal and does
not allow progressive development,
the physician should be called. The
Oeorgla Baby Hook Is free for the ask
ing, so are the record cards and table
of weights and heights, if you will
write the State Hoard of Health. The
loss of weight in a child under 6 or 6
means that quite likely the child is
sick. It may be hookworm, tape
worm, tuberculosis or something that
Is sapping its vitality. Do not forget
that the vast majority of our tubercu
losis Is contracted before ten years
rf age. Sometimes the cause of the
.oss or not gaining In weight Is due
to a fault in the diet, or malnutrition.
* it is called; so many children are
aot given the proper food. They
lorm the habit of eating generally In
teeping with the adult who has them
In charge. Milk should be the prin
cipal diet of small children; every
child should drink milk at every meal;
oo much cannot be said for milk. It
ihould be clean milk, and so little
milk Is clean It should be produced
Yom healthy, contented cows; If
accessary, It should be modified for
he child. This is an individual prob
em. and one about which the doctor
should advise. Another necessary
hing for children is fruit, fruit Juices
| md vegetables that contain the essen
| ial elements of iron, lime, phos
| >hates. iodine, etc.
May Day—Child Health Day.
Tho entire nation Is being: asked to
observe May Pay ns child health day
AH of the boards of health, children’s
tsstrelations, parent • teacjjer asaocTa
lions and various organizations are ex
peetod to participate. We hope our
bounty will be one of the 100 per cent
The conservation of child life is a
sigh ideal: wo need education along
;heee lines. There Is no excuse for
:he death of the thousands of babies
who are stillborn or die before one
rear of age in Georgia. 1/et each of
lur schools arrange a public program
'or that day. Organisation schedules
will be furnished you by writing the
State Board of Health. Atlanta.
Write the State Board of Health.
Maternity and Infancy Division. IS!
'apitol Square. Atlanta. Ga . today for
four copy of the Georgia Baby Book
WIFE AND HUSBAND
BOTH ILL WITH GAS
“For years 1 had gas on the stom
ach. The first dose of Adlerika
helped. I now sleep well and all gas
is gone. It also helped my husband.”
(signed) Mrs. B. Brinkley. ONE
spoonful Adlerika removts GAS and
often brings astonishing relief to the
stomach. Stops that full, bloated
feeling. Brings out old, waste mat
ter you never thought was in your
system. This excellent intestinal
evacuant is wonderful for constipa
tion. —The Barnesville Drug Cos.
A woman wrote the prize essay in
a certain periodical, in which she
tells what success is. She draws a
noble picture and here it is:
He has achieved success who has
lived well, laughed often and loved
much; who has gained the respect of
intelligent men and women and the
love of little children; who has filled
his niche and accomplished his task.
He has achieved success who has left
the world better than he found it,
whether by an improved poppy, a
perfect poem or rescued soul; who
has never locked appreciation of
earth’s fine beauty, or failed to ex
press it; who has always looked for
the best in others and given the best
he had; whose life was an inspira
tion, whose memory a benediction.
better than cure. Tutt’s Pills taken In |
time, are not only a remedy (or but prevent I
biliousness, constipation and kindred diseases |
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Midwife Instruction Being
Given in the State.
Georgia has never had any rules or
regulations governing the practice of
midwifery in her borders.
The passage of the vital statistics
law brought out the fact that we have
over four thousand midwives who are
now on the registration list. It has
further shown that one-third of the ba
bies born In our State, or nearly 23,-
000, are not attended by a physician—
a total of one born every 7 minutes.
The figure show that two mothers die
In childbed every 24 hours.
The seriousness of this appealed to
the physicians of our State, and, at
the last meeting of the Georgia Medi
cal Association, n resolution was pass
ed asking the State Board of Health
to take charge of the situation and
pass such rules and regulations as
they thought best under the circum
stances and to arrange for giving the
neceesary instructions to all midwives.
The rules have been drawn and
passed by the State Board of Health,
and Instructions are now being given
to the midwives by the Division of Ma
ternity and Infancy; classes are be
ing held In the various counties. Three
rural nurses are at work on the prob
lem, as well as fifteen other nurses
In the larger centers. Ten lessons are
given, and tht\ midwife Is given an
examination on them; If satisfactory a
certificate good for one year is Issued
to her. It will necessarily require
some ttme to reach the 161 counties
In Georgia with this small force.
The people who depend on the mid
wife should demand of her the above
mentioned certificate as a safeguard.
The rules and the lessons are very
simple, but are deemed very Import
It is. of course, very desirable, always
to have the very best physician one
can get for this most important event,
even for months before, but this is
not always possible. The midwife is
necessary; she should be of the high
est type and be properly instructed.
Ghe should be free of communicable
diseases, especially the venereal.
One person in every nine meets with
some form of accidental injury each
re- 0 .
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN” is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly and
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. • Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Green tomatoes ami green peppers
may be kept for six months in brine.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES - HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which slot's the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE
JALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
Youp is enclosed with every bottle of
IAYES’ HEALING HONEY. The salve
bould be rubbed on the chest and throat
f children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Haves’ ftealini! Honey in
side the throat combined with the healing effect of
Grove s O-Peo-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skin soon .-'ops a cough
Both remedies are packed in one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
TO THE FRIENDS
OF MIDWAY CHURCH
About seven years ago I wrote a
letter to the Barnesville News-Ga
zette telling them of some of the
needs of Midway church and asking
the friends of the church to plant a
plot of ground in something—peas,
potatoes, tomatoes, corn, or cotton,
or iust anything and set aside to give
towards fixing the old house of God, j
one in which I’ve heard such brave
soldiers of the cross pray for the up
building of God’s Kingdom, such men
as Rev. Wash Oliver, Dan Oliver,
Dan Crawford, Alex McLeod, Sim
Milner, Sr., Elijah Crawford. R. C.
Maddox, W. M. Ennis, and oh, so
How many times have we heard
Uncle Wash pray that “Midway might
ever be as a City set on a hill,” its
light might reach afar? How many
that knew him could say they did not
believe he had any faith in God?
None, no not one. Then think of the
motto over the puipit, “Young men
and young women, don’t let old Mid
way go down. When I’m lying out
yonder, hold up the Banner.”—
Now, friends of Midway (I write
not just to the members of Midway,
but to all the friends) are we holding
up the Banner? Are we obeying the
last command of our Blessed Uord,
“Go ye into all the world, teach them
to observe all things.”
I know some think because they
are not members a church they
should do nothing to help. I differ
with those kind. The world is my
Master's vineyard. He said, “Go
work.” While I have life and He
gives me strength I’m going to work.
Then hear the Macedonian call
“Come over and help us.” Six years
ago when I asked the membership to
meet me there on first Saturday in
May there was a house full but there
f Depend Upon
•When the curculio and other pests are
at work, every minute counts. Many
crops are lost because something goes
wrong at the crucial moment. Our
lines are selected with the idea to
serve the grower who thinks in terms
of results, they are as dependable as
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was a noble mother put beneath the
sod there that day. I did not make
the talk I had planned. I’ve been
still and waited on God, now I feel
He wants me to work and I’ve said
“Here am I.” Will you friends
write me a card saying, “I’ll plant
for Midway and w’hat you are going
to plant, and remember it is “God
giveth the increase.” Even a cup of
cold water in His name shall not be
without a reward. I’ve offered to
take all funds given and deposit in
Barnesville Bank. If the work is not
done each donor to receive his money
back. “The Beggar,”
MRS. MITTIE DUMAS.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets). It
stops the Cough and Headache aDd works off the
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
Children Cry for
of Constipation, Flatulency,
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from, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the
assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
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