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Heir * ecoma e ed
When l e has stood the
of critical a yas &W strong cotanp
ition for er a iuarter et a centur
and 03tao4 s itself as the. Indispev
able hOU1q40old reina4y in thousandi
of hm16, it tse0tt 'good evidence o
Dr. Caldwell's SyrUp Pepsin hal
beon ixthe market since 1889, its us
bnirg sradually extended until now il
i0 generally regarded by druggists ai
the tMaple family lq xative. It is a com
binti I in of simple Uxative herbs, frec
frout opiates or narcotic drugs, gentlh
in Its action and positive in effect. I
costa only fifty cents a bottle' and cari
be purchased in drug stores every.
NI r. Frank Klitna, of 2809 Ashland
Avfi.. l1altirore, Md., wrote Dr. Cald
well recently that he had tried about
every tllingtithout being. helped until
he got a-bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
PepSlu, which he consdei.th.6 great
cut known remedy for indigestion, con
"There is no use in worrying."
I If you don't you have no ex.
+or Joining a 'Don't Worry club.'"
Important to Mothers
examnine carefully every bottle of
CAV'f)RIA, a safe and lure remedy for
Uif, ttj and children, and see that it
11,Big u re of
iii 1t.4, for Over 30 ears.
Cb i Iren Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Ti go through fire and water for
"Ail how about firewater?"
Rub it In Thoroughly..
A prain or strain should 'have im
Wr t44.e attention to check the swell.
ug,. Itub on, and rub In thoroughly
H.tdoed's Balsam of Myrrh and you
4h.: Id have quick relief. Always have
. h'M te on'hand for accidents. Adv.
- - Inany glasses may make a- tum
f a man.
O' ts expand as they are con
calks use Hanford's Balsam.
grave is a mnarrow escape from
Wv Strength for Lame Backs
and Worn-out Conditioni
I taffered-frOj lim"r-ack and s
t , la, worn-out feeling. Was unable tc
w'ii'! erect and scarcely able' to gel
'u nmod. It would usually come og at
.eait with crick in small of my back
! ..k Anuric Tablets and my baclk
o:n -'enced to get better. I did n'ot
havm': to walk doubled over as I did
a using the "Anuric." It is the
best remedy I have ever taken for
what it is intended to relieve.
A. G. DRAKE.
NOTEf:-When your kidneys get
sluggish and clog, you suffer from
backache, sick-headache,- dizzy spells,
or the twinges and pains of lumbago,
rheumatism and gout. "Anuric" is the
most powerful agent in dissolving
uric acid, as hot water melts sugar.
Ask the druggist for "Anuric," put
up by Dr. Pierce, in 50;-cent packages.
-ADVICE TO THlE AGED
4ge brings infirmities, such as sluggish
hel, weak kidneys and tor Id liver.
have a apecIfic .effect on -these organs,
stimulating the bowels, gives natural action,
and imparts vigor to the whole sytsem.
Deans Por Sale
Greatest of all land improvers for
the Cotton States, $2.50 bushel.
F. A. BUSH, Richand, Ga.
To Keep B0y
Nlow They Are Not Afraid to Let the
Children Run Outdoor.
-Every mother knows how hard it is
to keep children, especialiy boys, in
doors in bad weather. And yet if they
run out it usually means croup or
colds. Carthage, Mo., mothers have
solved this problem by keeping plenty
of fresh air in the bedroom at night
and . applying 'a hot application of
Vick's Vap-O-Rub 'at the first sign of
Vap-O-Rub really is a remarkcable
preparation, It is the invention of
a North Carolina druggist, and is
Universally used in the South, but was
introdiuced here only last winter.
,It pomes in salve form and is ap
~ed externally over the throat and
qhe4. Exte nally-it acts like a poul
tice or plas yrelieving the tightness
1x4 sorehess. Internally-it acts likce
, vpor-1mp except that you do not
* ,~~t~lcep~the windows shut ~ad
~PO~ #i' tidued *s YO 4o itt
MR. PRANK KLIMA.
stipation and stomach troubles.
Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syruo
Pepsin from your druggist and keep it
in .the hQuse. A trial bottle,free of
charge, can be'obtained by wriing- to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 208 W
St., Monticello. Il1.
Praise men and'flatter women, and
yd4l .will thave 3aiy .fair-weather
THE FINEST KIDNEY REMEDY
IN THE COUNTRY
I have been handling Dr. Kilmer'i
Swamp-Root for two years and over' and
my customers are always satisfied with
the results obtained from its use. I know
of a case of Liver trouble where Swamp
Root proved very beneficial. I believe
it is one of the finest kidney remedies in
Very truly or
H. H. BIfsOWN,
November 12th, 1915. Pinnacle, . C.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yoi
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton N. Y., for a sample size bot
tie. It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor
ination telling about the kidneys and blad
der. When writing be sure and mention
thi paper. Regular fifty-cent and one.
dolar size botles for sale at all drug
When a fool and his money are
parted the parting is such sweet sor
Pies Cured in 6 to 14 Py
DruggtIsta refund money If PAZ ou&MBNT faill
to CU9ie"Bid l o orotruding
Resignation may be a good sauce fot
FROM GIRLHOOD TO OLD
AGE WOMEN ARE HELPEI
At the first symptoms of any de
rangement of the feminine organisi
at any period of life the one safe, reall)
helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favoritc
Prescription for every conceivable all
ment and disease of a womanly nature
It.is a woman's temperance medicine
and its ingredients are published on
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a true friend to women in times of
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func
tions. For headache, backache, hot
ffashes, catarrhal conditions, bearing
down sensations, mental depression,
dizziness, fainting spells, women
should never fail to take this tried and
true women's medicine.
"Doctor, I have a frightful cold is
my head. WVhat shall I take for it?'
"A handkerchief, madam."
Ask your dealer for the free book.
let, "Useful Hints for Horse Owners,"
issued by G. C. Hanford Mfg. Co., Syra
cuse, N. Y., manufacturers of Han.
ford's Balsam of Myrrh. Adv.
Too many men pray for things they
are too lazy to work for.
~Use Hanford's Balsam when all else
SRudyard Kipling is fifty years old
Find New Way
sFree From Colds
nut St., Carthage, tried Vick's Vap-O
Rub for a cold and hoarseness in
chest and throat, and also for mus
cular soreness, and writes-"I have
never used an'ything with as good re
sults. I believe it is a necessity in
Mrs. M. L. Salyard, 1115 5. Maple St.,
Carthage, tried Vap-O-Rub for a "very
sever'e cold in my head and. received
almost instant relief."
Mrs. Bertha Crowe, R. F. D. No. 7,
has a little boy four years old who
"is bothered with bronchial trouble,
and catches cold whenever he runs
out in damp weather. His head and
nose stop up and he cbughs so much
that his lungs wheeze until you can
hear' him all over the room." Mrs.
Crowe says she just rubs Vap-O-Rub
well over the throat and chest and
covers with a warm flannel cloth, and
the vapors arising open his piead.
She also stop)s his cough by letting
him swallow a small piece. In fact,
Mrs. Crowe writes us quite' a long
letter and ends by saying--"I w'ould
advise all mothers to keep Vap-0-Ruh
on hand, especially if they have a'ny
small children. You don't need te
uy cough syrups when you have a bet
teon hand, and I find it ietter than
s ~ternal riedicine," Three sizes
~\ ,, ena'
Winter has yet bngster scenes-he
Splendors beyond what gorgeous sum
. mer known,
Or autumn with his many fruits and
All flushed with many hues. Come
. when the rains
Have glazed the snow and elothed the
trees with ice,
While the slant sun of February pours
Into the bowers a flood of light. Ap
The incrusted surface shall upbear
And the broad arching portals of the
Welcome thy entering.
A simple, omelet may be made more
r hing by adding.to, it just befort,;
-u- it%16- foldes to. or.t~l e
tablespoonfuls of. fried
corn. Escalloped corn
may be used for this re
cipe or* any left-over
Mexican Chill Con Car
no.-Take a piece of suet
the size of a cup, chop
fine and try out; remove
the cracklings and while
hot add a pound of hamburger steak;
fry brown, breaking the meat into bits.
Strain one can of tomatoes into a ket
tle and pour the meat into it. Add a
clove of garlic, or three large onions
chopped, add one tablespoonful of salt,
a half teaspoonful of paprika and a
tablespoonful of vinegar. Cook one
and a half hours, add a pint of water
and a can of kidney beans. Heat ten
minutes and serve hot with bread or
Apple Bumosse.-Core and peel a
half dozen apples, steam them until
tender. Make a custard of the yolks
of three eggs, a pint of milk and sugar
to taste. Whip the whites of the eggs,
add a little lemon juice and pour over
the apples. Then pour the cold yellow
custard over all and serve at once.
This is a delicious dish if the custard
and apples are cold when served.
Cream Cheese Soup.-Boil an onion
for fifteen minutes in a pint of veal
stock, then- strain it and return the
stock to the fire. Heat a pint of milk
to scalding and thicken with two ta
blespoonfuls of flour rubbed into two
tablespoonfuls of butter. Season with
salt,, pepper and celery salt and add
the veal stock. Stir in slowly the beat
en yolks of two eggs and four table
spoonfuls of grated cheese.
Cocoanut and Ginger Pudding.
Crumble a pound of stale sponge cake
with a half pound of grated cocoapyt.
Pour over this a pint of boiling, sweet
ened milk; stir in foui eggs beaten.
Butter a pudding dish and arrange
pieces of preserved ginger around the
sides. Pour in the pudding and steam
for one and a half hours. Serve with
ginger sirup for a sauce. The sirup
should be warmed before pouring over
During the cold weather heartier,
richer dishes may be served, as one
is supposed to be out in
the exhilarating air and
have a better appetite.
bread in circles of two
and a half inches in di
---- . -ameter, saute in bacon
fat on both sides until
well browned, then dIrain
on brown paper to absorb the excess
of fat. Spread with creamed butter,
mixed with a very little mustard,
Have ready short slices of very thin
bacon rolled and skewered with a
.toothpick and fried crisp, Set one onl
each round of toast. Press into the
space around the bacon, chopped
pimontos or stuffed olives.
Another most tasty canape is pre
paretd as above, (as to the bread),
then cooked bacon, chopped olives, a
dash of mustard with butter is spread
on each after being pounded with a
pestle; decorate with a slice of hard.
Corn Soup.-Scald five cupfuls' of
milk with a stalk of celery and an
onion cut in halves, Remove the
onion and celery after 20 minutes and
add one and a half cupfuls of corn
pulp. Melt one-fourth of a cupful of
buster and when bubbling hot add the
seine amount of flour, a half teaspoon.
ful of pepper and a teaspoonful and
a half of salt; add two cupfuls of well.
p#easoned chicken stock and stir until
boiling hot, then add the milk. Servo
in soup plates with a few kernels of
freshly-popped corn on each,
Chopped ham with bread and sea
sonings makes a delicious stuffing for
onions. Parboil the onions, remove
the center, chop them and mix with
the ham and seasonings, then pour
around tho onions, chicken stock or
butter and water or cream and bake
until thoroughly tender.
One California company found it
self with 1,000 tons of peach seeds on
its hands last year. They were cracked
up and the ments sent to Germany,
where they were made into prussic
acid. The shells were sold for fuel.
In one important industrial town in
New ECngland, among the adult male
workers 16 in 100 get l.ess than $300
yearly, 60 In 100 get less. than $450,
91 in 100 get less tha 9760, and only
p i 100 get rl' $ 150,
Out of the bosom of the air,
Out of the cloud-folds of her gar
Over the woodlands, broad and bare,
Over the harvest fields forsaken,
Silent and soft, and slow, descends the
WHAT TO EAT.
Some of the common foods may be
transformed into real delicacies by
just a little change of
cooking or garnishing.
Boiled Rice.-Put rice
on to cook in boiling wa
ter using a quart of salt
S ~' ed water to a cupful of
rice; after twenty min
%pa ,~ utes add a tablespoonful
-hof butter and place the
dish on a ring or tripod, cover with a
cheese cloth and lot cook without stir
ring until each grain will be separate
and whole. Serve in a hot vegetable
dish, with broiled steak.
Cracker Pudding.-Roll a cupful of
crackers, add three tablespoonfuls of
sugar, a dash of salt and the yolks of.
two eggs, and a pint of milk. Pour
into a baking dish and cook until firm.
Beat the whites of the eggs, add a
tablespoonful of powdered sugar, a
half teaspoonful each of cinnamon and
nutmeg. Pile on top and brown lightly.
When fresh rhubarb is in the mar
ket a most delicious change in using
this zestful fruit is to make it into a
roly-poly. Roll -out a rich thin pie
crust, then heap on a cupful of finely
cut rhubarb and a handful of raisins,
roll up and put into a deep granite
baking dish, cover with a cupful each
of boiling water and brown sugar, and
two tablespoonfuls of butter. Bake
one hour in a moderate oven.
When cooking onions with cheese
put a layer of cooked onions in X bak
ing dish and over it a layer of rich
white sauce. When the dish has be
come thoroughly hot in the oven.
sprinkle with cheese and buttered
crumbs. When the crumbs are brown,
serve the dish at once. Too long cook
ing will toughen the cheese.
Strawberry Flummery.-To a pint
can of strawberries add two table
spoonfuls of cornstarch and enough of
the juice to rub smooth; cook until
thoroughly cooked, add a pinch of salt.
The berries should be put into a sieve
and added to the juice after it is
thickened and cooked. Pour into a
dish and serve when cold with sweet
ened whipped cream garnished with a
strawberry on top of each serving.
GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE.
This rice dish is one not common
and which will be both appetizing and
attractive: * .
Rice Salad.-To two
cupfuls of cold boiled
rice take one cupful of
finely diced; deep red
~ beets and a cupful of
chopped celery.. Do not
mix until time for serv
lrenchen combine with
head lettuce leaves.
Potato Soup With Stock.-Pare and
slice six potatoes. In a frying pan
melt two tablespoonfuls of butter and
in it slowly saute the potatoes, one
sliced onion, and half a cupful of
celery, When they begin to look yel
low 'add two cloves and a quart of
chicken or veal broth. Salt and pep
per to taste and simmer until soft.
Rub through a sieve and return to the
fire. Add morec broth if too thick. Beat
together- the yolks of two eggs, add
three tablesp~oonfuls of cream, just as
it goes to the table. Garnish with
English Beef Soup. - Takce two
pounds and a half of lean beef, cut
off and lay aside a quarter of a pound
and pass the remainder through the
meat chopper. Pour over it three pints
of cold water, let stand for half an
hour, then heat to the simmering
point; simmer three hours, then strain.
Boil separately until tender two table
spoonfuls of fine barley and half a
cupful of diced carrot. Cut the re
served .meat in small pieces, add a
thinly sliced onion and fry in hot fat;
add a cup of finely cut celery and a
cupful of boiling water, simmer for an
hour. Stir in two tablespoonfuls of
flour, mix with cold water, add gradu
ally to the meat, stirring until smooth,
Bring to the boiling point, add the
cooked carrot and barley and a half
teaspoonful of worcestershire sauce,
one tablespoonful of tomato catchup
and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer
ten minutes, then serve.
The secret of a dainty salad is crisp
fresh' vegetables, well chilled, and if
French dressing is used that should
be0 mixed with all the ingredients very
Maj. George W. Evans, who has
beetn disbursing omeier of the depart
mecnt of the interior at Washington
for more than 32 years, has paid out
for Uncle Sam approximately $400,
000,000 without error or loss to the
United States or to himself,
The rolling stock of the Italian state
railways at the close of the fiscal year
1912, included 4,971 4team locomo
tives, 60 electrIc locomnotves, 10,037
passenger coaches, 92,9l7, freight cars,
3,371 baggage and p istal cars an'
2,938 work d irepair aras
ier Tone" When BIllo6u,
t Lose a Day's Work,,'
back guarantee that eac4 e604;
will clean your. sluggish :liveZr:6 6tte .:
than a'dose of nasty calenle l :04
it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is rea
medicine. You'll know it next nr
Ing, because .you will wake up X0ql. I1
Ing fine, your liver will be workV g
your headache and dizziness gon
your stomach will be sweet and yout' ,. -,(X,
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely
vegetable,, therefore harmless and
cannot salivate. Give it to your chile
dren. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dan
gerous calomel now. Your druggist
will tell you that the sale of calomel
is almost stopped entirely here.
"What is the baby's name?"
"John James George WilXam Henry
"That's an awful string of names
for the poor child to carry through'
"Well, he's got seven uncles, and
th'ey're all speculating in war stocks.
There's no telling which one of them
is going to make good.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. 'You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. So cents.
Procrastination is a banana peel that
has caused the downfall of many a
Makes Work a Burden
A bad back makes hard work harder.
All day the dull throb and the sharp,
darting pains make you miserable, and
there's no rest at night. Maybe it's
your daily work that hurts the kidneys,
for jarring, jolting, lifting, reaching,
dampness and many other strains do
weaken them. Cure the kidneys. Use
Doan's Kidney Pills. They have helped
thousands and should do as well for
you. Thousands recommend them.
A South Carolina Case
Isaac P. Coster, "2tfyPldteTtlsgatstf
Enftna St.. Greer,
a S. C., says: "My
back was in such
bad shape I could
hardly get around.
Sif I lfted or .
Y Pains darted
through me. The
passed irregularly and were pan
r and filled with nediment. Nothing
helped me until I used Doan's Kidney
P11 il. They fixed me up all right and
[ made me eel rmany years younger."
Cet Dean's at Any Store, 50 a 1a=
FOSTER-MR.BURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
Most Powerful and Penetrating
Iquickly. Goees utraight
to the spat. Break. 0
lsg sp congestlon and -
reducing the tover. $
the throat and chest.
it promptly absortss
through the sk in, re
lieving rapidly sore
ness tihtness or con.
gestfo. For sale by
all dealers, Samploand .
tstimonisls on request. .
owan, i orcpcenetr.tn' *, ~
! Theflowan MedicalCo., ,,
Concord, N. C.
The Old R eliable R emedy
fow acute, ahronle or miuseular
Bheumatie Gout or Lumbago
gives only terporarynroebt it sdo
apoe o rmovythe cause and drives the
A t All Druggists
*~ *,ghS We are the lar eas
heSouth, What have
E 1.1 32 you tosihip? The high'
anee w uc ret marke pwioe gar
neference 1st National Blank. Rlchmond. Va?
WOODSON-CRAIO CO., Commilssion Moroh ants
Dept. B, Riehmnond, Va.
rs. Wa esewhile learning'f
RICHMOND BARBER CO0Lt Vs
. ROSTIIWF VABBA4Qg y 'a
.3w No to9)i
UGH! CALom'iE'#L E
CLEAN LIVER Al
Just Once! Try "Dodson's U%
Liven up your sluggish liverl Feel
Bne and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. .But take no nasty, danger
ous calomel, because it makes you
ick and you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver,
which causes necrosis of tile bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's
when you feel that awful nausea and
Listen to me! If you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money
One should learn to talk well-also
when it is well not to talk.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for
a laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv.
"Are there no social distinctions in
your American democracy?"
"Oh, yes. It wouldn't do at all for
a girl who is accustomed to a limou
sine to marry a man who has no
means of riding except a motorcycle."
BANISH PIMPLES QUICKLY
Easily and Cheaply by Using Cutloura
Soap and Ointment. Trial Free.
Smear the pimples lightly with Cuti
cura Ointment on end of finger and
allow it to remain on five minutes.
Then bathe with hot water and Cuti
cura Soap and continue some minutes.
This treatment is best upon rising and
Petiring, but is effective at any time
Free sample each by mail with Book
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
Mr. and Irs. Compton had gone oul
on the platform to take the air. Mrs,
Compton returned to the car first and
sat down squarely in what she though
was her husband's chair.
That she had made a mistake wa:
speedily proved by the irate voice o
the man who had walked along th
aisle behind her.
"Madame," he said, "you are sittin
on my hat!"
Mrs. Compton rose and took froi
the seat a crushed and crumpled ol
"Oh," she said breathlessly, as sh
gazed at the forlorn object. "I'm ver
sorry. You sac, I thought all the tim
it was my husband's-I mean-"
But what she really meant she neve
fully explained, for the outraged owr
er of the hat seized it and walke
away in high dudgeon.
inspectIon Lamps for Shells.
A British electrical manufacture
has designed an electric lamp for fa
cilitating the inspection of the intc
rior walls c' shells in munition works
The equipment may be described as:
tubular lamp protected by a wirn
guard,~ a long metal rod, a woodet
handle in which is a l)ushbuttol
switch, and connecting cord am
plug. The equipment is held by th:
handle while the lamp, supported 01
the long brass tube, 19 lowered intl
the shell to be inspected.
'A GOOD CHANGE.
AChange of Food Works Wonders
Wrong food and drink cause a lot o
trouble in this world. To change i:
first aid when a person is ill, particu
larly from stomach and nervous trou
bles. As an illustration: A lady ii
Mo. was brought around to health
again by leaving off coffee and semi
articles of food that did not agreo witl
"For a number of years I sufferec
with stomach and bowel trouble whici
k:ept getting worse until I was il~
most of the time. About four yeari
ago I left off coffee and began usife
Postum. My stomach and bowels
improved right along, but I was so re
duced in flesh and so nervouc that ths
least thing would overcome me.
"Then I changed my food and began
using Grape-Nuts in addition tc
Postum. I lived on those two princi
pally for about four months. Day bt
day I gained in flesh and strength un
til the nervous trouble had disap
ueared. I- feel that I owe my health1
to Postum and Grape-Nuts.
"Husband was troubled, for a lone
time, with occasional cramps, and
slept badly. Finally I prevailed upor
him to lento- off coffee and take
Postum. After he tried Postum foi
a few days he found that he could
sleep and that his cramps disappearenl
Ho never wvent back to coffee." Namr
given b~y Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cereal-the original form
must beo well boiled. 15c and 25c
Instant Postum-a soluble powder
dissolves quickly in a cup of hot wae
ter, and, with cream and sugar, makes
adelicious beverage inhtantly. 30c
and 50c tins.
Bo0th kinds are equally delicious and
cost about the same per cup
"There's a ,teASen" for Pogtum,