" JtHER! YOUR CHILD
/ IS CROSS, FEVERISH,
A FROM CONSTIPATION
f|f Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad,
Stomach Sour, Clean Liver
Give “California Syrup of Figs’’ at
nice a teaspoonful today often saves
a sick child tomorrow.
It vour little one is out-of-sorts, half
- ck, isq’t resting, eating and acting
.aurally —look, Mother! see if tongue
is c oated. This is a sure sign that its
.ale stomach, liver and bowels are
..gged with waste. When cross, irri
’auie, feverish, stomach sour, breath
: . a£ j or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea,
„ ore throat, full of cold, give a tea
-l oonful of "California Syrup of Figs,"’
in a few hours all the constipated
poison, undigested food and sour bile
-ently moves out of its little bowels
without griping, and you have a well,
i '.ayful child again.
Mothers can rest easy after giving
this harmless “fruit laxative,” because
j r never fails to cleanse the little one’s
li\er and bowels and sweeten the
stomach and they dearly love its
pleasant taste. Full directions for
babies, children of all ages and for
a:own-ups printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle
of “California Syrup of Figs; - ’ then
see that it is made by the “California
Fig Syrup Company.”—(advt.)
A SLUGGISH LIVER
Crushes Into Sour Bile. Making You
Sick and You Lose a Day’s YVork.
Calomel salivates! It’s mercury.
Calomel acts likq dynamite on a
sluggish liver. When calomel comes
into contact with sour bile it crash
es into it, causing cramping and
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated and all knocked out, just go
to your druggist and get a 50 cent
bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone,
which is a harmless vegetable sub
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful and if it doesn’t start
your liver and straighten you up
better and quicker than nasty cal
omel and without making you sick,
you just go back and get your
Tf you take calomel today you’ll
be sick and nauseated tomorrow;
besides, it may salivate you, while
if you take Dodson’s Liver Tone you
will wake up feeling great, full of
ambition and ready for work or play.
Its harmless, pleasant and safe to
give to children; they like it.
If you don’t know who handles Tip-
Top and Butter-Nut Bread, excuse
your neighbor when he laughs In your
face. If not, Its because you have not
tried Butter-Nut Bread.
Free Flower Seed 1
Tells You Aboift It
No matter whether you farm on a
large scale or only plant vegetables
or flowers in a small way, you need
Hastings’ 1917 Seed Catalog. It’s
ready now and we have a copy for
you absolutely free, if you ask for it,
mentioning the name of this paper.
In addition to showing you about all
the varieties of vegetables, farm
grass, clover and flower seeds, this
catalog tells Row yOu can get free five
splendid varieties of easily grown, yet
beautiful flowers, with which to beam
tify your home surroundings.
flood seeds of almost every kind
are scarce this season, and you can’t
afford to take chances in your seed
supply. Hastings’ Seeds are depends
able seeds, the kind you can always
depend on having “good luck” with.
You are going to garden or farm
this spring. Why not insure success
so far as possible by starting with
the right seed? Don’t take chances
that you do not have to.
Write today for Hastings’ 1917
Catalog. It’s free and will both inter
est and help you to succeed in 1917.
—H. G. HASTINGS CO., Seedsmen,
Atlanta, Ga. —Advt.
Fin ley & Henson
Loans Negotiated on
Real Estate, Improv
ed City Property and
Farm Lands at 6 per
Cent IfUerest. . . .
Cartersville, :: Georgia
Th'ire is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until the last few years was supposed to he
incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science
as proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease,
*&a therefore re( l a i res constitutional treatment.
s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
& Co - Toled °. Ohio, is the only Constitu
nai cure on the market. It is taken internally
dir ff 8 from drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
th ctl y on the blood and mucous surfaces of
an*. 85r8^em ‘ They offer one hundred dollars for
testimonial *° cure * Send for circulars and
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall’s Fvuily Pills for constipatloa.
jHOME OEMOmON WORK
REVIEWED Blf MISS BURTON.
‘‘Every human being has duties to
j be performed and, therefore has need
j of cultivating the capacity for doing
them, whether the-sphere of action be
the management of a household, the
conduct of a profession, or the gov
| eminent of a nation.”
I trust that each of you read the ar
ticle published in the Christmas edi
tion of the Bartow Tribune concern
ing , the Home Demonstration work
with the girls and women throughout
the southern states.
We have had this in Bartow
for a number of years and while it has
done untold good to individual homes
and persons, many of the people of
the county do not know of it or realize
its value to the county. A few outside
people have been immensely interest
ed in the work but we need the entire
county to wake up and watch and
help this work along.
The Gills’ Demonstration Work in
the south began with the Canning
Clubs in 1910, when four counties in
two states were organized. Nearly
50,000 girls were enrolled in 1915 un
der the supervision of 400 women
agents iii the fifteen southern states.
The enrollment for 1914 was 33,173.
In 1914, 7, 1 93 members put up 2,091,-
237 pounds of tomatoes and other veg
etables from their tenth acre gardens.
Tnese products were put into 1,198,-
024 cans, jars and other containeis,
and they are estimated to be worth
$244,880.81, of which nearly $200,000
is profit. The average estimated profit
per member was $23.30. Furthermore
these girls put up hundertls of dollars
worth of other products from the farm
and orchards. Club members are learn
ing how to make out reports and these
statistics will j)e fuller as the work
It will be remembered by some
that the first demonstration held in
Georgia by a woman agent was held
at the Cass Station Model School by
Miss Mary E. Creswell, who is now
connected with the TJ. S. Department
The Canning Club work in Bartow
county has been very valuable since
its beginning. It has been managed
by the persons who have assisted the
county superintendent with the school
work. This has worked very well in
deed since both lines are strictly edu
cational. Both of these branches have
grown to such an extent that it is im
possible for the one having the Home
Demonstration work in charge to do
the work as it should be with the oth
er duties. Our County Board of Educa
tion who is always awake to the edu
cational needs of the county employed
some one for the Home Demonstra
tion Work with the girls and women
at their last meeting in 1916. The
work will be as closely connected with
the school work as ever. This must be,
if the work succeeds as it is intended.
The Canning Club Girls’ work which
first started wi'h the girls having a
tenth acre in tomatoes, has not only
grown from tomatoes to other vegeta
bles but from the girls to the women.
We have not done so much directly
with the women before as we intend
Many women are engaged in the
Home Demonstration Work, learning
to make and use conveniences that
cost little but save much labor. We
need to know why we do things in or
der that we may enjoy our work. The
reason we call house work “drudgery"
is because we do not know why we do
things and do not know how to do
GiRLSi DRAW A MOIST
CLOTH THROUGH HAIR,
DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY
Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy,
Wavy and Beautiful at
Immediately ? Yes! Certainly?
that’s the joy cff it. Your hair becomes
light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap
pears as soft, lustrous and beautiful
a a young girl's after a Danderine
haif cleanse. Just try a
cloth with a little Danderine and care
fully draw it through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. This will
cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or exces
sive oil, and in just a few moments
you have doubled the beauty of your
hair. A delightful surprise awaits those
whose hair has been neglected or is
scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin.
Pesides beautifying the hair, Dander
ine dissolves every particle of dan
druff; cleanses, purifies and invigor
ates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair, but what will
p’eas-e you most will be after a few
weeks' use, when you see new hair—
fine and downy at first —yes —but real
ly new hair growing all over the scalp.
It you care for pretty, soft hair, and
lots of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton’s Danderine frota any drug
store or toilet oounter and just try it.
them in a way to save ourselves un
There is no use in a woman lifting
a ton of water a day but the average
lurm woman dogs it and usually com
plains about it. If she does not com
plain she should. There is no use in
a woman standing over the hot stove
in the summer time worrying her life
out in canning but the average woman
does it and usually complains about
it. Why not do these and other things
In a better way and enjoy it? We
would live longer and our home
would be more pleasant.
“Although the world may be crowd
ed, there will always be room to ex
cel, for the one who does common du
ties, if he does them uncommonly
The Board of Education has selected
me for this place in Bartow county for
the year 1917. I am asking of all of
you that you give me your unquali
fied support this year in this great
work, If you have a daughter or wife
"ho wants to take part in this work
please encourage her for we women
are interested in this only because it
helps our homes, thereby helping man
Below will be found a report of the
Home Demonstration Work for 1916.
The most valuable/part of such work
can not be told or put on paper.
-Number years work has been in
Number months agent has been
employed this year 8
Canning Club Girls enrolled this
Number reporting 60
Tenth Acre Summary
Total yield in pounds 12,797
No. cans, jars, etc 1,093
Total val. of all club products $ 300.00
Average cost of production per
tenth acre $ 6.71
Average cost of canning per
tenth acre 59
Average profit per tenth acre $11.67
Name, address and record, in yield
'and profit, of girls making first and
second best record jn Bartow in 1916:
Lethie Fletcher, Cartersville, R. F.
D. No. 3, 1,056 pounds. Total grade 88
Edna Guyton, Cartersville, R. F. D.
No. 3, 1,650 pounds. Total grade 78 1-2
15 girls have made the entire uni
form. 20 other girls have made their
The members have been organized
in clubs in most of the schools, some
ot them hoMing regular meetings dur
ing the year.
Sixteen women did work in connec
tion with this department last year.
Six tireless cookers, six iceless re
frigerators, fifteen homes have been
screened, one wheeled tray, one sew
ing screen, one milking stool have
been made under the direction of this
Approximately, there have been
2,000 cans and jars put up under dem
Besides the county premiums, JLethie
Fletcher won second premium in the
state contest on her fig exhibit.
On account of the weather condi
tions last year our yields were not so
large but the glade of work was fat
above the average.
Up to the present we have been do
ing, largely, canning but now we are
beginning to do some jellying and pre
serving. I have several girls who have
done very efficient work, and who are
trying to put themselves through high
school with their work. We believe
this is a better way than many others
for our girls to make their way. If
the people of Bartow county, who buy
these things will patronize these girls
they will not only be helping some
one who is trying to help themselves
ir. a worthy purpose. We guarantee
our goods. We use no preservative ex
cept heat which is perfectly safe. If
at any time there may be found any
thing wrong with any of the goods l
not only ask but insist on being told
of it. That is the only way we may
raise the standard.
Please see me and give me orders
for jellies and preserves as well as
canned goods for 1917. Call at the
court house and let me show you the
girls’ I will still be in __ the
office of the county superintendent of
education and will work with him and
in co-operation with the United States
Department of Agriculture.
Let me insist on you taking advant
age of tlft work being offered you by
the board of education and the U. S.
Department and in so doing help your
selves and others.
MISS JESSIES BURTON,
County Home Demonstration Agent,
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE S taste LESS chill TONIC, drives ou,
Malaria.enriches the blood,and builds np the sys
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
Mrs. S. j. p orter and daughters,
tsses Lillie and Mary Porter, who
ave been spending the holidays with
* Mrs - W.j. Neel and Mrs. J. \y.
aughan, have returned to their home
In Birmingham, Ala.
and Mrs. Weiman and daughter
ami their guests, Sir. and Mrs. Will
I .eeb’es, have returned from Kentucky
w -iere they spent the holidays.
Mrs ‘ A - B - Cunyus had as her house
S ies , several days of the past week,
| 'tsses Mildred Harris and Mary Lou
ise Everett and Messrs. Willis Everett
and Frank Pintm, of Atlanta.
Miss Cecil Daniel, of Atlanta, ha,
accepted a position as teacher of the
fourth grade in West Side school.
LOST-One small white pig with
l ack s P°t. About three weeks old.
nii ci s\ij] p] ease return to T. E.
new' 'j I^est •' Ia ‘ n and receive
-Ylr. Conyers Fite leaves for Nortqrk
this week to join his ship.
AH. and Mrs. W. T. Townsend spent
several days of last week in Atlanta.
-Hiss Jessie Mae Ginn, who has been
f an Atlanta hospital for the past
ve weeks, is home again, though still
confined to her bed.
Muss Pauline p ittard and Mr. Tom
ittaru -spent the holidays with heir
sister, Mrs S. N. Glory, of Cedartovn,
• >s. Clary was hostess at a dinner
tor Miss Pittard on Wednesday.
WANTED—A pair of white rabbits
Anyone having them will please phone
3o()4 or write Claud Phillips, Route 3,
Box IS, Cartersville, Ga.
Hr. and Mrs. Will Buford, of
Charleston, S. C„ hav e been the guests
01 Mr - a "d Mrs. J. H. Gilreath.
Aliss Annie Bell Conner spent the
holidays in Macon.
Of course you want the latest music
and you can get same at Steinberg’s.
Mrs. Will Lee and children, of Mar
ietta, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Donahoo last week.
Airs. J. K. Baker and children, of
Tennessee, spent the past two weeks
with relatives in the city.
Miss Lee Goodson, of Rome, spent
Christmas with homefolks.
/jjgj§jk\ Do you want one or more
IwSIW / good Mules? Just hold up
- a few daves until H. W.
mas in Dalton.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jackson, of Cal
houn, were the guests last week ot Mr.
and MrS. G. M. Jackson.
Call on Steinberg for your music.
You will find the very latest and you
will save money by buying your music
“ Give to the world the best you
have, and the best comes
back to you. ’ ’
\\/E have given to you our best—hon
. ▼ ▼ est business dealing, efficient ser
vice, dependable mtrehandise. The
best has come back to us —your patron
age, confidence and good will.
May we not continue this mutual
helpfulness in 1917?
We stand ready to serve you and
supply your needs. .
ADAIR & LEWIS
Leake returns and he will
show you exactly what you
You can look for him about
1 ' •
Monday with a full car of
extra good mules, 3 to 5
years old and weighing from
1000 to 1250 each. He will
be at his stable, formerly the
Jones & Oglesby stable, and
will save you money on your
tending school at the G. N. and I. C.,
spent the holidays with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Covington.
Messrs. Ernest and Will Covington,
of Atlanta, and Mr. Lee Covington, of
Rome, were guests of their parents.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Covington, during