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I Guara itee"Dodson's Lver To
and Bowel Cleansing You El
Stop using eilo1nell. It Makes yol
eik. Dont loo a day's work. If yol
feel liaye luggish, bilious or consti
Pated, llstetl to.me!
Ca1pmel ,i mercury or qutcksilve
Which causes necrosis of the bones
Calomel, when it comes into contac
with sour bile, crashes into It, breakini
it up. This, to when you feel that -aw
ful nausea' and cramping. If you fee
'all knocked out," if your liver is tor
P14 and ,bowels constipated or yol
have headache, dizziness, coatec
tongue, if breath is bad or stomac1
sour just try a spoonful of harmles
Dodson's Liver. Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to an;
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cen
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
Not to Be Thought of.
"Charley, dear," said' young Mrs
Torkins, '1 soinetimes think that won
en ought to volunteer to go to war
just the same as the men; and yet
"No woman would admit she ha(
reached the age of military exem
tion. The sacrifice of life would b
YO1U1R GRAY, FADED OR GPAY-STREAKE1
HAIR EVENLY DARKENED
Do this: Apply like a shampoo Q-Ba
Hair Color Restorer to your hair an
scalp, and dry hair in sunlight. A feN
applications like this turn all you
gray, faded, dry or gray-streaked hat
to anl even, beautiful dark shadc
Q-Ban also makes scalp and entir
head of hair healthy, so all your hat
(whether gray or not) is left sof
fluffy, lustrous, wavy, thick, evoni
dark, charming and fascinating, wit*
out even a trace of gray hair showini
Insist on having Q-Ban, as it/is har
less-no dye-but guaranteed to dart
en gray hair or money returned. Bi
bottle 506 at druggists' or sent pri
paid. Address Q-Ban, Front St., Men
Procrastination is the thief of tim
-and the plunder cann6t be reco,
A New Remedy for
Kidney, Biadder and
all Uric Acid Trouble
I appeal to those of you who ai
bothered with kidney and bladdc
trouble, that you give up the uS
harsh salts or alcoholic medicine .
in their. plaoe- take- a -short treatm 1
of "Anuric." I have taken many
Dr. Pierce's zhodicines for the p4
twenty-five years with good results.
suffered with kidney trouble for son
years. I recently heard of the newe*
discovery of Dr. Pierce, namely, h:
"Anuric" Tablets. After using san
I aim completely cured of my kidne
- trouble. A doctor pronounced me
well preserved woman for my age, a
due, I believe, to Dr. Pierce's alh
MRS. M ELINDA E. MILLER,
If you suffer from backache, luti
bago, rheumatism, get "Anuric" nol
The Reliable Remedy
for lumbago, gont and
- GETS AT THE JOINTS
F9r sale by all
t ut A am llraeto fro dire
ulatorfo Stoiamaob Li'r Knesa, chnoll
* ~ nstjro r terd yBodn. xa~v od one
W. N. U, A R LOT TE, NO 10--1911
Careful St. Jo. 11
The y InenDosing Harms Delica
Cai'eful mothers everywhere reali:
that internal medicines are in~juriol
to tihe delicate stomadihs of the litt
folks. Still croup and cold troubl
must have some form of troatmor
The answer to this problem is tl
Southern "external" treatment Vap
sub. This was introditced in f
Jo, Mo., for the first time' last winti
and a tiumber of lddies were present,
with .o9mplimientary jars by thu
druggists on condition that they gi'
Vap-O-Rub a thorough test. Here a
the reports from- several of these 1
Mrs. Sam House, 1200 -Prospect Av
Wr'itep-."My little daughter had Dip
teric14 Ida ll, and now' every litt
cold. She 'tekis :settlea in her throt
We have thought twice she was goir
to have Diphthetia again, but dunri
o2i9 of her bad 0ple my druggist sei
Ofrof V.p-Rub. I tided It ft
~, f ~ 2f6g 1 . hoat with su(
! DYNAMITE ON LIYER
" Will Give You the Best Uver
FOr Had-Doesn't Make You SIck!
I spoonful and if it doesn't straighten
a you right ip and make you feel fine
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the htore and get your money. Dod
r son's Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
, medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick..
I guarantee that one spoonful of
I Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
I bowels of that sour bile and. consti
I pated waste which is clogging your
I system and making you feel miserable.
3 I guarantee that a bottic of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
r ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
L your children. It is harmless; doesn't
x gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
He-Do you like caviar?
She-Never heard him; but I Just
adore Caruso.-Boston E~vening Tran
Now Is the Time to Get Bid of These
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling 11shamed of your freckles, an the
irtscription othine-double strength-u
kuaranteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine-double
strength-from your druggist, and apply a
little of it night and morning and you
.11004 soon see that even tho worst freckles
I have begun to disappoar. while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom
that more then one ounce Is needed to comn
v pictely clear the skin and gain a beautiful
r 130 sure to ask for the double strength
rothine, no this Is sold under guarantee ot
r oney back it it fals to remove freckles.
r If a married mal ever becomes truly
great his wife nearly always assumes
' the responsibility for it.
, For lame back use Hanford's Bal.
sam. Rub it on and rub it in thor
If all flesh is grass then babies must
be new moan hay.
For calks use Hanford's Balsam.
3 Adv. -
Al egg in the cup Is worth two in
f You are pale, thin, weak-with little
d vitality. Your liver is sluggish and
It the bad blood causes your stomach
f muscles to lose their elasticity and be.
it come flabby-then Indigdstion.
e Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
it ery, purely vegetable and free from
* alcohol or narcotics, is the great and
e powerful blood purifier of today. Ex
y tracted from American forest herbs
a and roots. Contains no alcohol, In
11 gredients printed on wrapper. .
Taken as directed it will search
out impure and poisonous matter
i- throughout the system and eliminate
Kn icker'-After' prison reform, what?
Bocker-Perhaps some day they will
reform the home.
if You Can't Get It In Town.
Someone in almost every town in
the United States sells Hanford's Ba!
sam of Myrrh. If you can't 'get it,
write G. C. Hauford Mfg. Co., Syra
cuse, N. Y. Price 50c and $1.00. Adv.
'. H Is Status.
"'What a. funny sort of fellow that
young surgeon Is!"
"Yes; he's a regular little cut-up."
- To' keep clean and healthy take Dr.
-. Pierce's' Pleasant Pellets. They regulate
- liver, bowels and stomach.--Adv.
High C is best attained by treading
. on a cat's tail.
s Colds Externally
writes: "My druggist sent me a trial
jar of Vap-O-Rub, which I soon had
occasion to try on my "croupy" baby.
Before putting her to sleep for the
night, I applied the salve over her
chest and throat with my fingers. The
te results proved very, satisfactory, and
ia now I would not be without it."
le Mrs. M. A. Myers, 2943 Sylvanie
Is Ave., says-"When our three year old
it. boy bad a severe cold, about a month
ae ago, I tried a jar of Vap-O-Rilb.I
D- rubbed it oh his chest. and let him
It. Inhale it, and he was relieved almost
Ir', Immediately, and got better in a few
3d days. I think your remedy is the best
ir thing for colds we have ever used."
re Vick's Vap-0-Rub comes in salve
l' .form, and when applied to the heat of
B. the body the ingredients are vaporized
by tho body warmthl. These t'apors,
9-' inhaled all night long, carry the medi
'cation with each breath, through the
le Rir passages, to tile lungs. Vick's will
st ies found better thlan internal medicine
ig for all forms of cold troubles--from
18 head colds, catarrh and asthmatic
it troubles--down to deep chest colds,
bronchitis, sore throat or incipient
bpneumonia. Three sizes-25c, 500 and
FILLIN .1 flD
Of TH"_SITING HIEN
How to Use Hatching Pen and
Nest Boxes and How to
Manage The Fowls.
The. care of sitting hens Is made
easier and successful hatches more
certain when the sitters are confined
in a pen away from the layers. The
floor of this hatching pen should be
earth, dug up and noietened. Nest
boxes should be placed about the
sides. There can be from 25 to 30 sit
ting hens in a pen. For the nest a box
12 to 15 inches square and about the
same in height is suitable. Remove
the top, front, and bottom of the box.
.Cover the top with a burlap sack to
provide ventilation and nail a Wooden
strip 4 inches wide across the front
at the bottom. Have a wide board
to lean against the open front and a
brick to keep it in place when it is
necessary to confine the lien.
Fill the bottom of the box level
with the top of the 4-inch board with
moist garden soil and hollow the soil
like a saucer, so that the eggs will not
roll away from the hen and become
chilled. The surface of the earth
should be smooth and hard to allow
the eggs to roll. Cover the earth with
a very little straw and put in a few
DOllLE NEST ve'. SiT TINo HEN
Remove the sitting hen to the new
nest at night. Dust her with yellow
Insect powder or grease a small space
on the skin below her vent with a
piece of 33 per cent. mercurial oint
ment about as large as a ica. This
Is for lice prevention. Placc the lien
quietly on the nest and shut her in.
rhe next evening, when it is growing
lark, dishes of whole grain and water
should be placed in front of the nest
wid the hen removed to feed. Leave
3er alone and do not return until
aight. If the lien is then on her nest
and contented, she may be given the
ditting of eggs you have selected for
Feed sitting hens at the same hour
:very day. Give them whole grain
(whole corn is best) in a dish, letting
:hem eat all they desire. Even un
Jer the most favorable feeding condi
:ions, a hen will lose about three
'ourths of a pound in weight during
:he three weeks of incubation. If there
ire many sitters in ,the pen, it is best
:o feed seven or eight together, re
moving any that do not leave their
nests. Replace the hens after 20
minutes. The doors of- the nests are
closed except at feeding time. Ex
amine the nests while the hens are
feeding and if any eggs are broken
wash the other eggs in warm water
and clean the nest. Moisten the
earth about the nest frequently. On
the eighteenth day of incubation, im
merse the eggs for two minutes in
warm water (106 degrees F.) This
softens the membranes inside the
shell and results in the hatching of a
greater percentage of chicks.
FRANK C. HARE.
Extension Poultry H-usbandman,
Clemson Agricultural College.
To build up the dlairy herd, use a
purebred bull andl save the best heifer
The year 1915 was a most success
ful one for the demonstration work in
South Carolina, according to the an
nual reports of the county domonstra
tion agents which have been received
at Clemson College by State Agent
W. W. Long. This annual report is
tabulated from a weekly report sheet
which the agent fills out at the end
of~ each week. On these sheets the
agents report the statistical results
of practically every line of work they
are engaged in. In this way it is pos
Aible to obtain each year an accurate
summary of the results accomplished
by the whole organization. At the
same time, one reading a report of
the work should bear in mind that the
agents report only on the denmonstra
tors, or farmers who work directly
under the supervision of the agents.
They (10 not include any estimate of
Acreage in corn...................
Total yield of corn (bushels) .. . ... . ...
Acreage in cotton...................
Total yield of cotton (pounds lint) . . . .
Bushels of votch and grain seed (mnixe
Pounds of bur clover seed saved ....
Acres of alfalfa sown in fall of 1915. .
Number of purchasing or marketing cli
Number of fruit trees pruned and spray
Number of people co-operating with fll
Number of hogs vaccinated against ci
Value of hogs vaccinated against cholc
Number of .pastures started .... . .. ..
Percen~tage of demonstrators killing hc
Numbar of tons of fertilizer home-mnix
Number of tons of fertilizer bought co
.2er-ce:tago of demonstrators shiallow-c
'e-cem~ote of demnotistrators field-sele
"Piney-Woods Rooter" Is G.iv
ing . Way to Better Bred
Members of Hog Tribe
The ungainly, unprofitable hog'
known as the razor-back is fast giv
Ing way In South Carolina to a bet
ter type-a safety type that insures
reasonable profits from reasonable
care. The well bred hog far exceeds
the razor-back in both meat and pig
production and modern farming con
ditions require that these two factors
be carefully considered when hogs
are being selected. Good farming
has no place for the razor-back, be
cause good farming ii first of all
Market hogs are storehouses in
which grain, forage, and other feeds
are stored up in -the form of meat.
The small granary is of comparative
ly little value; the ' profits are in
those having at least reasonable ca
Pacity. The razor-back is a "store
house" with very little capacity and
can not make rapid gains. On the
other hand, a pig of any of the pop
ular breeds is capable of attaining a
weight of from 250 to 350 pounds at
nuine to twelve months old; indeed,
such weights are not unusual in the
The well bred hog far outclasses
the razor-back in regularity of breed.
ing and ability to produce largo lit.
ters of pigs, This is one of the most
Important points to be considered in
Finally, look at this picture of a
typical razor-back and then call to
mind the appearance of any well-bred
hog. The differences are so striking
that a comparison seems absurd.
... . . . . . . .......... ~
A typical "piney-woods rooter" one
year old. The kind of hog not to
have. It Is less common In South
Carolina than it once was.
However, one need not begin with
an entire herd of pure bred animals
in order to succeed with hogs. The
logical method is to use pure bred
sires-whether breeding hogs or
horses or cattle-and to grade up the
herd at minimum cost. Decide oh the
breed of hogs you desire to raise, se
lecting from the popular breeds; use
only pure bred boars of this breed,
sticking to the breed chosen, and at
the same time avoiding inbreeding;
give reasonable care in feeding and
general management. If these things
are (lone, you may expect the hogs to
respond by bringing in steady profits.
RI. L. SHIELDS,
Chief Animal Husbandry and Dairying
Clemson Agricultural College.
During the fall of 1914 Chicago
wholesalers quoted the following
prices per pound on named varieties
of pecans: Schley, 45 cents; Van
Deman and Delmas, 40 cents; Stuart,
35 cents; Alley, 30 cents.
The wise gardener looks to his tools
in the first (lays of spring so as to be
ready when the rush comes.
A TISTICS FO0RI11
the great increase in the wealth of
the state through the work of farmers
who are indirectly influenced by the
demonstration agents. If statistics
gor this were obtainable, it Is cer
tain that they would be vastly greater
than those for the dlemonstrators
Below are given some of the more
striking statistics from the annual
demonstration reports for this state.
In the case of cotton, it should be not
ed that the yield of demonstrators
was 479 pounds per acre, as against
the state's 1914 average of 256 pounds,
and probably a much lower average
for 1915. In the case of corn, the
demonstration yield wvas 29.4 bushels,
as -against the state's 1914 average
of 18.5 bushels. The items quoted
belo0w aire only one-fourth of those
reportedl on, but they are among the
.... ... .... ... .... ... 19,530
.... ... .... ... .... ... 574,779
.... ... .... ... .... ... 14,618
.... ... .... ... .... ... 67,372
.... .... ... .... .... ..' 15,709
traps. . .. . -- - .. . . 1,016
ra-- --- ---- .-- .... ... $52,158
---- --- ---- --. ---. ... 527
mec raised meat.......... 90%
>peratively -----............ 7,844
ultivating - --.. - .,..... 87%
cting sed....--- 84%
make us l ,4k I
Your Ilyes oung~4*jII0*vu
Ater t ovie
toil your age. Nu y Co.
Chicago, sends Iye on request,
To remove superuou's hair send
your well-filled mattress to be done
over by a tricky upholsterer.
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a
small box of Barbo Compound, and M ox. of
glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week
Until it becomes the desired shade. Any drug
$0t can put this up or you can mix it at
home at very little cost. It will gradually
darken streaked, faded gray hair. and re
moves dandruff. It is excellent for failing
hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy.
It will not color the scalp, is not stiky o
greagy, and does not rub off.-Adv.
Not Very Strong.
Uorald-I wouldn't harm a fly.
Geraldine-You couldn't if it were
UNABLE TO WORK-KIDNEY
This is to certify that I, Jerome H.
McCormack, of 317 Ivy Street. Johnson
City, Tenn.. suffered fron Congestion of
the Kidneys, so that at times I was
obliged to move about the hoiue with
the aid of a chair and unable to work
until I used three bottles of your Swtmp
Root. I keep Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
in my house at all times, as I know from
experience that it is the best Kidney
medicine I can use.
Very truly yours,
J. H1. McCORMACK,
Johnson City, Tenn.
Sworn and subscribed to bef re me a
Notary Public, this March 31st. 1914.
SAM T. MILLARD.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kihner & Co.,
Binghamton. N. Y., for a sample size bot
tle. It will convince anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling about the kidneys and blad
der. When writing, be sure and mention
this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
In Upper Circles.
"Was Mrs. Frittersby satisfied with
the alimony awarded her?"
"Wasn't it large enough?'
"She declares it wouldn't be suffli
cient tc maintain her poodle in the
style to which it is accustomed."
IS NOW WELL
Ringgold, La.-Mrs. S. A. Cotter, of
this place, writes: "Will say that I am
perfectly well and the happiest soul on
earth. Wish every pellagra sufferer could
know of your great remedy. I know how
to appreciate health and sympathize with
those that are not so blest as I. Am grow.
ing stronger, gaining in weight and can
do anything I ever could. Oh, I know I
am well of that horrible disease, and m3
heart is full of rejoicing. I feel that :
have come out of a dense cloud into th<
blessed sunshine. God be praised! H,
has spared my life for some good, and
feel that I have just begun to live."
There is no longer any doubt that pel
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until i
is too late. It is your duty to consult th
The symptoms--hands red like sunburn
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips
throat and tongue a flaming red, with
much mucus and choking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoa 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 tn rr.--A di
When a man tells a woman a joke
he usually has to follow it up with ani
For hot grease burns apply Han
ford's Balsam lightly until the fire Is
And many a dear girl makes the
mistake of mari-ying a cheap man.
Ret Contents 15 Fittid Drachms
ALCH- 3 E- ET
L AVgetable Precaion forAgm
similatinghe ad~nd ejula'.
thfind the StomachAand Bowes of
k ieais and Rest.Conlains neither
lpumn,Morphine nor Mineral,
- Or NAROTIC.
SLoss OF SLBEIA
~ NEW YORK.
West Dany, N. M1
nervous troube Al
bles sid W~
live on alb"
have fouirs i
11 my SOalol
their help, e
shows that I stand it real well.
the Compound when my ten yea
dnughter came and it helped me
I have also had my oldest girl tak
and it did her lots of gool. I keepit
the house all the time and recommo
it."-Mrs. DEwITT SINCEbA101
Danby, N. Y.
ity, backache, headaches, dri
sations, all point to female
ments which may be overcomely
E. Pinkham's Vegetable 41t1.
This famous remedy, the m i
ingredients of which are derived
native roots and herbs, has fd :
years proved to be a most valuab
and invigorator of the female orgao
Women everywhere bear willi t
mony to the wonderful virtue p
R. Pinkham's Vegetable Comnoun
ADB!A sure skrn
similar disorders. Remove the
cause in its early stages, do
not allow the organs to get in
chronic state. A few doses of
LIVER AND BLOOD
will restore'the affectedorgan*
-to a healthy condition.
It is a gentle laxative, pute.
Iy vegetable, tonic in e fet.
Search far andhear and you
will not find a preparation to
equal this tried and true old
Get a bottle today-put u
In convenient sizes, 50 and
. GOWAN MEDICAL.CS.
Concord. N. C.
TRY THE OLD RELIABLt
CH ILL ONIC
A FN.GENERALe STRENGTEENUNG 0Nt4
orInfants and Chldgen.
Mothers Know That
. For Ov0rU
Thirty Yea (