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:Backache is Discouraging
Nothing is more discouraging
than a constant backache. Lame
when you awaken, pains pierce you
when you bend or lift. It's hard to
work or to rest. Backache often
indicates bad kidneys. If the. urine
is disordered, passages too fro
quent or scanty, there is further
proot.- Delay is dangerous. Prompt
Uise of' Doan's Kidney Pills now
may spare you serious trouble later.
DoEn's is the world's best-recom
mended kidney remedy.
A South Carolina Case
e a Story" H. P. Lane R F.
D. No. 3. Marion,
S. C.. says: nI suf
f : or ed constantly
from pains across
my back and morn
ings I was so stiff
and lame I could
hardly get around.
couldn't work. My
kidneys were slug
eash and the kidney secretions were
fled with sediment. Doan's Kidney
Pills helped me as soon as I used
t m and gradually the pain and
lnoness left and my kidneys became
Get Doan's at Any Store, 50c a Bo=
FOSTER-ML.BURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Pot and Kettle.
"How ignorant that woman is," said
Mrs. Gaussip to her caller. "She and
I went to the Zoo the other day and
I thought I would laugh outright when
she called the giraffe a 'carafe.' The
joke of it was, the animal wasn't a
giraffe at all, it was a camomile."
WELL AND IN
Since Taking Cardui. After Seven
Years of Suffering, Says
South Carolina Lady.
Columbia, S. C.-Mra. L. C. Hein
mann, of 331 Washington St., of this
city, says: "I have received so much
benefit from Cardui, I feel like speak
ing a good word for it to every lady I
come in contact with, that I think
needs it, hoping to help some one to
get well, as I did.
I had been sick in bed for a long
time with the change of life. The doc
tor tended me all along, and finally offe
morning when he came he said he be
lieved I would have to go to the hos
pital yet. I said No. I then read all of
the testimonials in the Ladies' Birth
day Almanac and then I phoned for a
bottle of Cardui and commenced tak
ing it. I began to improve from then
on. I took five bottles continuously,
then off and on for awhile, and I was
well . . . and have had good health
ever since, I am glad to say. I have
recommended it to a lot of my friends.
I was troubled for seven or eight
years before I took Cardui. I think it
A.. is the best medicine on earth for fe
male troubles . . . If this testimonial
will help some one else you are at lib
erty to use it if you like."
Begin taking Cardui today. It may
be the very medicine you need. Your
druggist sells it. Get a bottle from
Bill--They say horsehair cushions
are very easy.
-Jill-Believe me, they're not.
" 'Ever try one'"
"One day I rode a horse bareback."
See Through Him.
"You're not so thick with Sam as
you used to be."
"No-because I'm not so thick."
The guide, philosopher and friend
Ls sometimes merely g. yed.
Healing / |
Save Your Stock
For 0.11., WIre
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fiatula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846. MAbout
Pie 25c,SO and $2.00
All Dealers e-__m
-CH ILL TONIC
* 3'VA CH-ILLS &
s KENOTHENING TONII
, Iiyor rde~air
ndt it. at i1rug'ists,
n, 3 mi Chatsworth;
ECONOMICAL WAY TO
Silage Cutter at Work, Sho
(By A. F. KIDDER, Louisiana Experi
The silo is a large cisternlike con
struction for preserving green forage
crops that may be put away in the
summer to feed during the winter
months. We all. enjoy eating fresh
vegetables and do not realize what it
means to have to live on dried mate
rials. Live stock prefer green food,
and the silo is simply a means of
keeping it as nearly as possible in
that condition. There is no method
so economical of storing the whole
corn plant; not one bit need be wasted
If cut above the ground.
Wood, metal and cement are the
materials used in constructing this
live stock pantry. At first silos were
built underground, but the extra work
Df removing the material and seepage
BUSINESS OF BREEDING HOGS
Much Better for Beginner to Start In
on Modest Scale and Gradually
increase His Herd.
(By E. L. JORDAN. Louisiana Experi
It is much better for the beginner
In the business of breeding hogs and
other animals to start in on a modest
scale and gradually increase his busi
ness. It is usually impossible for him
to purchase extremely high-priced
foundation stock, and, in fact, it would
be unwise for hinr to do so. He can
afford to put a considerable sum into
his herd sire, which must be up to the
standard, but he should be content
for a time to be classed as a multi
plier of numbers of animals of the
breed in question, which he can die
pose of to farmers who are always
In the market for good foundation
stock for pork herds. In the mean
time he can be studying the breed,
laying out his farm with the idea of
gradually increasing his operations as
a breeder, and, most important of all,
he will acquire a fund of practica.l in
formation regarding swine manage
mont, and the discerning eye which
will tell him at a glance whether an
animal possesses the requisite quali
ties to merit a place in his herd.
RAISING ALFALFA IN SOUTH
One of MysterIes Why Leguminous
Crops Are Not Grown-Excellent
for the Cows.
The many feeding inquiries which
we receive from the South asking us
to formulate rations of cottonseed
meal and cottonseed hulls as the
chief feeding stuffs, would lead us to
believe, if we did not know otherwise,
that alfalfa or any other legume
could not be raised. We know that
cowvpeas, soy beans, lespedeza, al
faifa and the like grow like weeds in
the South and it is one of the mys
teries of the world why these crops
atre not more generally grown, says
Hoard's Dairyman. Cows do not do
their best work when fed a large
amount of cottonseed meal and when
cottonseed hulls form the entire
roughage of the ration, but they will
milk splondidly when fed with good
alfalfa or ,*-her legume hay and corn
Although a soil may be rich be.
can'se it contains plant food, it may
be unproductive. The fertility of the
land is its productive power; tillage
Is one of the means by which this pro
Cluctive power may be increased.
Moisture is an important factor in
fruit growing. As a rule the apples in
sod orchards are under size; they lack
color, and( are often deficient in nat
aralI juiciness. This fruit presents a
-narked entr-ast to that grown in or
ohards that have been ti cefully.t
Invokes God's Reward
For Pellagra Cur
Jumbo, Va.-J. H. Satterwhite writes
"I want to thank you for what you hav<
done for me. You have cured my wife
God bless you in your work. I hope some
day to see you; if I never see you I hope
to meet you in heaven. God will reward
you for your grand and noble work."
There is no longer any doubt that pel
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until it
is too late. It is your duty to consult the
The symptoms--hands red like sunburn
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips
throat and tongue a flaming red, with
mucus and choking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There Is hope; get Baughn's big Free
book on Pellagra and learn about the
remedy for Pellagra that has at last been
found. Address American Compounding
Co., box 2090, Jasper, Ala., remembering
money is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to cure.-Adv.
In the days of Henry Clay a Ken
tucky farmer sent a servant to Lex
ington with a note for the president
of a certain bank. When the man re
turned he said to his master:
"I met Marse Henry Clay In the
bank and had a conversation with
"Indeed! and on what topic did you
and Mr. Clay converse?" inquired the
master with interest.
The darky removed his hat and
made a sweeping bow. . . . "Says
Mr. Clay to me." . . . And another
very low bow. "And I the same to Mr.
NEGLECT YOUR SCALP
And Lose Your Hair. Cuticura Pre
vents It. Trial Free.
Cuticura Soap shampoos cleanse
and purify the scalp of dandruff while
the Ointment soothes and heals the
irritated scalp skin. Dandruff and
itching are hair destroyers. Get ac
quainted with these supercreamy emol
lients for the skin and scalp.
Sample each free by mail with Book,
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
Electric Plant in Arctic Circle.
The "farthest north" electric plani
is being constructed at Mount Hope
100 miles north of the arctic circle
There are 400 persons at this place
and the plant is being built by one
of the missions.
The darkness at Mount Hope is in
tense during the long arctic nighl
and the electric plant will supply pov
er for both light and heat. Engineer
at the University of Pennsylvania wi
design the equipment.
The electricity will be generated b
wind power, as the wind at Moun
Hope is steady and seldom falls belov
20 miles an hour.
The Conductor's Hope.
"I hope," said the car conductor
pensively, after taking the names o
the people who saw the lady lose hei
balance, "that women will vote, ane
that they'll have a political party 01
their own and a convention and e
"And then what?"
"And that they'll advocate capital
punishment for anybody who gets ofi
thie platform backward."
8o Paw Says.
Little Lemuel-'-What's a bacheloi
Paw--A bachelor maid, son is e
spinster who still has hopes.
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STORE CORN PLANT
war soo showe tha itia wouldrF': be""
bette to "lacetem abvegoud
Good silos have bee~n built of 2 by 6
Inch timbers that were carefully
planed, for a temporary building
that will serve the purpose, provided
the anchoring is well done. One can
purchase the wood silos already set
up, and for permanency this is bet
ter than using ordinary timbers, as
they are more certain to be air-tight.
Forms for concrete may be quite eas
ily constructed of hepyy sheet iron
and some "two by fours." Steel rods
or wire fencing may be used for re
enforcing. This kind is permanent if
carefully put up. Metal silos are a
comparatively new experiment, but
they are recommended by their own
ers. Investigate the advantages of the
FEEDING HORSE MUSTY OATS
Likely to Produce Intestinal Troubles
and Possiblyi Blind Staggers
Use Much Care.
(By W. P. SHULER, Oklahoma Experi
A good deal of care must of ne
cessity be taken this fall in feeding
musty oats to horses continuously,
because of the likelihood to produce
severe intestinal troubles and possi
bly blind staggers. Blind staggers is
caused by molds which thrive on
stunted corn, dampened barley, oats
and spoiled feed of all kinds. If it
is necessary to feed grain in this con
dition, give a couple of teaspoonful
doses of common salt with it at all
Watch the bowels of your animals
carefully, and whenever they show
any tendency to constipation admin
ister one-half ounce of fluid extract
of aloes or one-half pound of epsom
salts as a drench. This kind of grain
can be fed if care is taken that too
muc i no ie n h nml
NigCneTin Wh Engsine.
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bettr.I thelacthe labd gruuad.
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there illserveothe conudron prorvte
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AGAIN TO BE FERTILE LAND
I Building of Euphrates Dam Calculated
to Restore the Prosperity of
With the completion of the Hindi
yoh barrage, on the River Euphrates,
the first step has been taken which
will ultimately turn Mesopotamia into
the fertile land it was in Biblical
For ages the waters of the Tigris and
Euphrates have run to waste in the
desert, or accumulated in unwholesome
marshes, and devastation and the de
cay of centuries have set their mark
upon enormous areas that once blos
somed as the rose. In the great Baby
lonian plain tradition has placed the
Garden of Eden, and the still visible
ruins of old dams and canals show
how important a part was played by
irrigation in the economic prosperity
of Chaldea and Babylon.
After lying dormant for ages as the
result of devastating wars, Tartar in
roads and Turkish apathy, fertility
is about to be restored to those deso
late regions as by the wave of a ma
The magician is the modern engi
neer, in the person of Sir William
Willcocks, who in 1909 was commis
sioned by the Turkish government to
prepare an irrigation scheme. In its
entirety Sir William Willcock's plan
entailed an expenditure of $75,000,000,
and it is the first portion of the works
which were inaugurated.
The Hindiyeh barrage, 47 miles
south of Bagdad, has been built just
above the town of Hindiyeh and to
the east of the present riverbed, and
it distributes the waters of the Eu
phrates through regulators down the
old Iillah branch, past Babylon to
Hillah. It is 800 feet long and con
sists of 35 arches fitted with sluice
gates 16 feet wide. The arches are
supported by piers 19 feet high and
four feet thick, with key piers measur
ing 11 feet. This structure rests upon
a foundation of three feet of concrete
and six feet of brickwork. Adjoining
the barrage is a lock with a 25-foot
opening for the use of the river traf
BEST REMED;ES FOR
SORES AND ULCERS
Mr. C. A. Butler, of Salem, Va.,
writes: "I can safely say that Han
cock's Sulphur Compound is the best
remedy I ever used for sores. One of
my little boys, eight years old, had a
solid sore all over his face, we tried
different kinds of medicine, but none
seemed to do any good. Our son,
3 nineteen years old, had a sore on his
leg for three months and nothing did
him good. We used Hancock's Sul
phur Compound on both and it did its
work quickly and it was not over a
s week until both were well." Hancock's
1 Sulphur Compound is sold by all deal
ers. Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co.,
v Baltimore, Md.-Adv.
"I understand Doppel is neutral."
"And strongly entrenched, too."
"How does that happen?"
"His favorite barber is a French
man and his favorite bartender iis a
"How about his favorite waiter?"
"Ho doesn't have to be on his guard
while eating. Ils favorite waiter is a
waitress, hailing omlally from Kan
"So Clomentina has dismissed her
admirer merely because he waxed his
mustaches. That certainly was a
"You're mistaken. For a man to
wax his mustache is quite a cer-eous
What is C4
castoria is a harmless substit1
goric, Drops and Soothi1ng sy
contains neither Opium, Mori
substance. Its age is its gnarf
and allays Feverishness. For
has been in constant use for 1
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all
Diarrhoea. It, regulates thi
assimilates the Food, giving Ii
Bears the Si
In Use For Ov
TeKind You Have
IN ALL OUR
There Is Hardly A Woman
Who Does Not Rely Upon
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Princeton, Ill.-" 1 had inflammation,
hard headaches in the back of my neck
and a weakness all
caused by female
t g; trbuble, and I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's
?.) +t.Vegetable Com
pound with such ex
-: .cellent results that I
1. am now feeling fine.
- . ijj I recommend the
..a / It to all. I shall be
glad to have you
publish my letter.
There Is scarcely a neighbor around me
who does not use your medicine. "-Mrs.
J. F. JOHNSON, R. No. 4, Box 80, Prince
Experience of a Nurse.
Poland,N.Y.--"In my experience as a
nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is a great
medicine. I wish all women with fe
male troubles would take it. I took it
when passing through the Change of
Life with great results and I always re
commend the Compound to all my pa
tients if I know of their condition in
time. I will gladly do all I can to help
others to know of this great medicine."
-Mrs. HORACE NEWMAN, Poland, Her
kimer Co., N. Y.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
If you want speciali.dvice write
Lydia E. Pinkhamn Medicine Co.,
(confidential) Lynn. Mass.
Prompt Relief-Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fall. Purely vegeta
ble - act surely CARTER'
but gently on
the liver. ITTLE
Stop after IVER
dinner dis- PILLS.
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE,
Genuine must bear Signature
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W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 37-1915.
ito for Castor Oil, Pares
rups. It is pleasant, it
shie ior other .Narcotlo
,ntee., It dlestroys Worms
mlore than thirty years it
he relict of Constipation
Teething Troubles andS
a Stomach and Bowels~,
balthy arnd natural Sloep,
3R IA ALWAYS
er 30 Years [
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