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due ian Life until I
wa41S e d.away
omn ,the city -for
soMe timre. Of
course eould not
go to him then, so
. ysister-in-law told
that she thought
Pikham's Vegetable Com..
oud eure it. It helped both
t-Change of Life and the tumor and
di Igot home 144 wtneedthedoco,.
.C Okthe Pinkbam remedies until the
ttOz' was gone, the doctor said, and I
hiV4 iot felt It since. I tell every one
bow was cured. If this letter will
help others you are welcome to use it.'#
-fs EI. BEAUN, 525 Joseph Avenue,
LPYdIa EL Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, a pure remedy containing the
0xtaactive Properties of good old fash
ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs
f Womnan's system at this critical peilod
her life. Try it,
If thre is any syraptom in your
W which puzzles you, write to
Lydia E. Pinkbaan Medicine
Possibilities of Slang.
Slang and its possibilities were viv
dly expressed in the converstition of
;wo youths in a Back Bay home one
'ight recently, says the Boston Trav
ler. The boys got into a discussion
Ind when all legitimate arguments had
'een exhausted, the following repartee
. "rgqqw again, I didn't catch tie
"Ye6 'on souting, kid, yotirO a
"Tie yer sholl, your- tongue's hangin'
"Ilang-.crepe on yer ear, you mutt,
'er br ain is dead."
"Aw sand your track, yer slippin'1"
"Sneoze, little one, your bean is
To Fortify the System Against
Many users of Grove's Tasteless Chill
'onic make it a practice to take this old
tandard remedy regularly to fortify the
ystem against the deitessing, effect of
ummer heat, as those who'. -re strong
*ithstand the heat of-ummer better than
hose who are weak. Price 5oc.
"It's a lucky thing I (ute out here
oday I" exclaili)ed the delirious base
all fan. - "If it hadn't been for me,
e'dhave lost that game sure."
"Why. thp mann -'- . this game
slid to see
ar me yell
-- o etelling him
"Who is that chap riding on the
earse with the driver?"
"That's siley, the professional hut
iorist. He's on his vacation."
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills have stood
ne test of time. Test them youirse*lf now. send
or OSample to 372 Pearl street, N. Y.--Adv.
She is a wvise wife who knowvs her
That Knife-Like Pain
Have you a lame back, achirig day
and night ? *Do you feel sharp pains
after stooping? Are the 'kidneys
more? Is their action irregular? Do
you have headaches, backaches,
rheuntiatic pains,-feel tired, nerv
o us, all worn-out? Use Doan's Kid
ney Pills-the medicine recorri
mended by so many people in this
locality. Read the experience that
SA South Carolina Case
I. . Oshlelds 8
8. nterprise d t..
a n~t of a
erand- my kidneys
w~ ;~fln my
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ha gravel and dur
19PTER MitURN CO-. liUFFA . t. Y.
4VLP ftESHr -
Di, t Manafecturaong6 t i Yw k
W .Vp A~
Suoh a' BW ng s aVaiwabe
Part of Most Farms of
LIGHT AND AIR "SETIAL
Special Provision Must be Made for
Feeding and for Olening Out the.
Litter and" Storage Cappoity
Should Be Large.'
By WILLIAM A. RADFOND.
Mr William A. tadfora will answer
4uestions and give advice PREE OiF
COST on all subjects pertaining to the
subject of building work on the arm, for
the reders df thb. paper. On. account of
his Wide experience as Editor, Author and
Manufacturer, he 'i, without doubt, the
higest autliority on all these subjects.
A dress a n4u ries to WUiiam A. Rad
ford, No. 1827 Prairie 'avenue,' Chica o,
l, and only inclose two-cent stamp for
A barn which'will accommodate both
cows and horses is a valuable part 'of
most mod6rate sized farms. It seldom
Pays to construct the large number of
buildings which will separate the dairy
herd and the beef herd from'the horses
unless the farm is quite large and each
building may be of fairly generous di
mensions. In case one barn is used
'for all purposes, there must- be arrange.
ments made -whereby the advantages
of separate housing for the stock may
be realized as fully as possible in.that
part of the barn where the -stock is
kept. The essential necessities to
maintain a healthy condition of the
i - v N' Horme Barn and
herd are that, first, DIenty of good ligh
and sunshine is furnished, and, second
that a generous supply of clean, fresi
air is always cqused to cir'culati
through the stalls.
In a barn used to house all the livi
stock on the farm there is a very im
portant requirement which must b4
met in order to facilitate maintenanc
of the animals without undue expense
This is that special prdvision must b<
made for feeding and for cleaning out
Since this building ts no doubt th4
only one Sn *bleh feed-may be stored
it is necessary that the capacity be 'i
large as posslie, and in order to mieel
this prerequisite the roof must be oav'e
fully designed~ to include a maxinmw
area in cross section. Cross braces are
;bothersome i filling thme mow anid they
rimduce the amount of material wlehz
the barn wvill 1ho1( unless care is taken
to' dli.-in around them compactly. Theo
'edt roof, thei. a self-supporting roof,
u~lallyof -the gambrel type, Farmers
Sbe'come accustomed to Ieeding
tlr. c attle on ensilage and have, de
e~rnibed 'the-proper'ration to use fer
2L~~Ct ~eof coW are generally wvon
1 tuIs m011)od of feeding. They
'~ i i'~~t~-.e silo -in .eonnection wvithm
w ltu be able to
A"Ja.of barn' foru
a daiay a arn
he accoIppan itfg ilusatlhis
desiga f found to be verflouVeni
9n. , vage s.ize farve reqtgi'ng this
type. bara, The widto 1*0~ t add
th~e lngth ts 74 feet. The p'an is In-'
tended tb represent a barn capable of
aing 22 cows and sidhorses.
i6 the stan4lg .stalls. In addition
there are three box stalls *bch may
be:-vsed. for 'any -kind of live stogk,
since they are separated from the rest
of thibarn ad may be entered fron
any tde of the building. The box
stalls are very large and well lighted
and each has a hay rack built Itito one
corner of the wpil next to the feed
alley. The horse stalls arekaranged
along the opposite side of the builling
ifrom the box stalls and are-provfded
with strong 2 by 8 plank partitions built
with air spaces between the planks to
facilitate ventilation. The horse sta
ble end of the barn is separated from
the cow stable end by a wall In which
there are three sliding doors. Four
Dutch doofs and one sliding door open
Into the horse stable.
Each cow stall has an iron stall par
tition separating it from its neighbors
on both sides. These partitions take
up practically no room and serve a
very good purpose in preventing the
cows from turning sideways and crowd.
ing the smaller animals. 'flhese par
titions really effect a saving in room
because thpy allow each cow just the
right amount of space and, since they
are thin, they do not theluselves deduct
from the available space. glirymen
who have Iron stall partitions very sel.
dom care to get along without them
afterwards. Two steel mangdrs rdn
along the sides of the feed alley in the
center of the barn. A track 'is fitted
overhead down the center of this alley
from the horse stable end of the barn
to the silo. This carrier track will
prove to be a great help in feeding the
I Dairy C ombined,
t Mtock. Furthermore, a track Is placed
behind the stalls for a litter carrier,
There are two of these extending from
one -end of the barn, along each side,
to te oter ed an on ut t th
feDr Cointecs f h qupnn
In tock liubhrntome. rc spa
beiT he staltio fof athe ariedr,
Tere arom tho of thestextenin from
one eonda'of th alo xtnds eac siour
fetouv the e en'and oine oT the l
barn cannetete stketw enand snehalfy
aet allo gt'ad wth sav oingsI at
enrsthe mtansrt astnd aothfor tckeg
ifed, wit mayght-e stad that'theiwhone
ubTeuctre'tiof this barn is mdef
i'nt one l a :'ofe ostins th atn
crete floore -hufnd oune.Thon wallr
Isured 'toeter Tis two d ofe-hol
rutieow grae wiathicae foorng tno
bae pn ' tnliih be set the woe
supestiture,'~ bthis ariss narede
ing one lbre of leanincte thencon
cte fl-sooh ad foord surfalle.r
pohed tframework Thi thouidiofgcos
ptlo~ne cnsrurctin ftartnt
ohelyp-f-tnihes wan e'ptonkfally tril
wor'e extend frmc tohetopo the woden
togtthe'lpeak of eaoof. TIs bframde
tol ta-llohs alar flow sprace.wth
pln m ougroctnstcrstion memrn frnm
wthenset of thnee wall. ln rm anme
secured with anchor bolts will consfi.
tute*arskeleton for the barn which wiln
insure hlong life and low depreciation.
1Dhle 've'ntilating system consists af
four~foul-air shafts, which reach from
nenw the floor to the nptal ventilators
on theipeali. These four-air shafts are
.protaateU 'lyy the corners of the build
ing mext Ito the stable doors. There
are three ventilators on the roof, the
two -end ventilators being used espe
cilly to ttake care of the foul air from
the shaf!t0, and ithe ventilator at the
center As ifor the hay mow only. In
take pipee .are provided in the wvalls
in such .a iway .as to take the air in
from'just-athbove the concrete wall and
deliver It inte the stable near the cell.
lng. This rentilating system Is partic
ularly elflcen't and forms a further im
por-tant device for mintaining sani
tary cond(itions in the barn.
A modlern barn structure'of the type
discussed in the previous paragraphs
is ;mm investiment which. no owner of a
umoderatle sized farm will regret. It
wvili yield hmim long service with little
or no expense of repairs and in its life
-ime will muorne thman pay for itself in
the labor SaIved in the prevention .of
sickness mong the live stock mndde
'possible yf the ideal conditions under
-wbich they may be placed,
Department of . Agrioulture
Commerce and industries,
Bureau of Marketing.
R. J. WATSON Commissioner
A Weekly Bulletin of
Western Newspaper Union News Bervie
Last week a farmer in Aiken county
asked the Bureau to offer a lot of seed
rye for sale for him and to' give him
information as to those desiring to
buy rye. On August.19 this 'patron of
the Bureau wrdtes as follows:
"I want you tp stop the boys send.
ing in $60 checks for the 25 bushels of
rye you advertised for me last Tues
day. It hurts me to return them. The
man who used the telephone Tues4ay
morning ;took all I had. Since then
orders have come in for 600 bushels
and. It hurts me to return these checks.
Surely.our people will plant muich oats
and rye this. fall."
The above id one of the many similar
Illustrations as to how the State Bu
reau of Marketing is getting practical
results for the individual who has a
surplus of farm crops that he wishes
to sell without having to pay some.
body to sell it for him.
The demand for fall legume seeds
and for grain seeds is now beginning
to develop rapidly and indicates a large
acreage of both the coming fall. The
Department of AAricul-ture would par
Licularly warn all merchants and indi
viduals throuighott the State from at
tempting to purchase indiscriminately
alleged seed oats shipped in from the
West. During the past week the seed
insp'eotion division has been forced to
order removed from the state several
ear leads of this class of material, the
alleged seed oats being badly mixed
with Johnson grass and numerous
weed seed. Those who buy this class
of material from beyond the borders of
the State without buying subject to
state inspection are inviting heavy
losses of crops against which the state
can- alford them no redress. Fur
thermore the merchant. handling this
miaterial is' laying himself liable 'to
prosecution under the seed law of the
state,'and those lqws will be more vig
orously enforced this fall than ever
The following i the summary of the
week's wants .and offerings:
A few bushels sbur crab apples for
Good break cart of weight to break gen
tle mare colt.
Good second hand Victrola.
fl- Shtland pony, must be 0. K. in
Two oi thii-4 youiig registiered cows, 3
gallons oil Imbre.
Some grado Durham cows for milking
and beef purposes.
Six guinea hens and one cock.
1,500 lbs. crimson clover by the 5th of
A setting of full-blooded Langshang
eggs (16). Quote prices, also price. of
roosters. Will buy or exchange.
25 bushels, Fulghum o'ts with generous
mxiture bf Canada peas, $1.50.
26 bushels Fulghum oats with mixture
300 bushels pure Fulghum oats 75e as
they eome from the thresher; A~c re
cleaned and graded.
Pure Fulghum oats. $1. bu, f.o.h. Don
85 bushels Blue stem wheat seed, $2.00
Good stock of mixed pigs, will exchange
for good clean burr clover.
Berkshire gilts bred to registered 0. 1I
C. boar. Will exchange for meat hogs.*
One registered 0. I. C. boar, $40; one
0. 1. C. boar pig, $7.
One Tatmworth sow, bred, $25; one pair
of Tanriworth pigs, each $7' the pair $12.
Four pure ov'ed Berkcsh ire sows, $30
each; one pure bred Durec sow, $27; one
Duroc boar, $35.
Rtegistered Duroc Jersey sow. A few
gilts and young boars. WVill exchange for
Berkshir'e -boar, sont of "Silver Tip's
Bierkshire and Du'r'oc .Icrsey shoats,
each $5; five Berkshire pigs entitled to
registration, $4 to $0 each,
Co0 toils oat stlnw, $10 p'r ton, f.o.b.
One 'mature thirkshire hoar.
One mature Dbrkshiro sow.
One yearling Berkshire hoar.
Seleral small 'shoats will exchange for
seed oats, wh'tyt or Abruzzi rye.
('are Jersey 'bull calf, $25.
One registered Percheron sted, will x
change for -oda jack.
'9everal reisered andI grade Percheron
*nures and ' orses, 'from $100 up to $225.
lOne bay 'Saddle and harzgess horse, $165
or'sh for Immediate sale.
'Iemale '6iiie, bred, entitled to registra
*Two wdfi trained (logs.
'Some R. 'I. 'R., cocker'els, $1.50 each.
Beautffdil Anconas, two hens and one
cock, ~$6; M*ill exchange for five bushels
corn; codkerels. S1.50 each.
h0 'ftil l arred Rock cockerels, March
3200 'fawn 'ani 'white Indian runner duck.
-mrtke .'best 'offer' on lots,
'Inlterngttiondi corn Kcing Manure Spread
er 'with Ofill attachment $100..
Avery Ri'ding cultivator, $30, or wil ex
dhanrge for 'wheat or oats.
3ewell" Incubator, ioo egg capacity, WIN
sxdhange 'for canning outfit.
One 4 'h. ,p. portable gasoline engine,
T1hree '70..eaw gin feeders, will exchanga
for 'oats, 'corn or cAlf.
'Iene upn'ight piano, $200.
'Champion stump puller, $25.
Deere r'iding disc cultivator $25; will ex
idhange for seed wheat. oats, Abruzzi rye
or other 'farm products.
TO0 large mated pairs of Carneaux
Pios; ,youngst era, $20.
sut-rhe dtouring car, terms to
New style fitting frame pole cuttIng
wod saw, '24 inch saw complete $40 f. o.
Six' refrigerator shiping cream cans, S
~ndIO1 lions. 800 lb. capacity imported
Melotttg crenm separator; round white
mnamel refrIgerator 100 lbs ice, $30. Targe
ralvanized stock dipping tank. National
hog olers. lyev foot porch swing to ex
~hang for few bushel sour crab apples
Nice clean 'stock of goods, dry goods,
iardware, etc., store room to rent.'
Weeping iac scions, 20c each, Will ex
"hange for equal value.
To exchange extra fine large figs for
A 20 acre fig orchard, three years old,
rnd a small factory for preserving frut.t
Half interest in 06 acre tract of land on
top of Hoghack MountaIn in Greenville
IR5 am-ea of timber land, $30 jr acre.
W~in cut '700,000 feet long need lum~er.
Will -sell neparately or to gether.
A tract of 23%i acres land on new Sta-te
-oad half mile from Dixiana, near good
schbol. 20 acres,-in afaltivatonm $5r0 no.
16 Honor lloii,W
your'college pzoduced - Z
0. 0it? Say, don't you ever e6 DW nag r -
J~ih y 'f - ahvlewroteF' .
the papers? Didn't you hear of Lefi y of Lun VI
JOe*, the famous southpaw; or kau- I never used'it $' iniN
garoo Klein, the best shortstop ' in -tour bottigasof you
either league; or Bifg Borroughs, tho Vi? ae of asth
fen'ce buster? And I could. name a e Pfthey will take t i sF.
dozen more who have made good In reedphduti to
d regret't' a~ LuaigWta Ur
thejame. Have we ever produced any (ion, a$thos whoo la 0 ugh
diltiniuishiel menf' Why, Spalding's cough b o
Basebill Guide Is full of them." dealor cannot suppir, ou, 3
thirty-day treatmen y ashv
icineC. Dept. B"9GlI
We've seen some women .dressed so nt.
they, coildn't stoop to .conqu*, or to A stitch in time zfay 0os9 V
do anything elsm. mouths of nine gossips..,
What is Castoria.' 1
C ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, rope
and Soothing Syrup. It is Pleasant, It oontiain =Cr OpIO .
Morphine nor other Narootio substance. Its agel-s its guarantee. It,
destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhcsa' And' Wind
Colio, It relieves Teething Troubles, oures ConotipatioA an& . I..
assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, glidaain thygan&.
natural sleep. The children's.Panacea-The 1lother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over -
80 years, has born the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and bas been madewi4eWr
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive ybu'in this.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments thatL
trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and
Children-Experieuce against Experiment.
Gesua.. Castorla always bears the signature of
PROOF THAT COURTESY PAYS Both Ways.
"His argument was fatuous." *
Business Man Tells How He Placated "Did it strike yoti that way? Nowb. *
Angry Customer Who Had A I thought it was rather thin."
In the American MAugazine a writer
"I soon learned that the average
woman, with the burden of housekeep
ing on her shoulders, is the most ir
ritable -and unresponsible creature
alive. A delivery ten minutes late
can bring on your head a mighty
wrath, a wilted lettuce can lose you
your best customer. I had to stand
between these women and overworked
delivery boys, careless shipping clerks
and sometimes inferior goods. One.
instance: A woman was to give a din
ner party. Her groceries arriving al
most at the last minute with the fish
order flled incorrectly. 'My dinner is
spoiled,' she cried distractedly over
the telephone. 'I never will spend an
other cent with you is long as I live.',
Woinan is built for fortitude, not re
sponsibility. I shouldered the respon
sibility and persuaded her to hear with
Ie until I could rectify the mistaie.
It took muclh soothing; a h1in1t of irrita
tion on my part would have spoiled
everything. As it was, fifteen ninutes
later a messenger boy was delivering
the ft, at her door; we had kept
iit' custdmei' and made a lasting F
fiend." For Waterproofing Test
Submerge The B~lack Shells in water.'
CLEANSE THE PORES Let them dry, and then put theni In
your gun. Each chambers 'and-ejecn
Of Your Skin and Make It Fresh and perfectly. Other tests plqve
Clear by Using Cuticura. Trial Free. other Importantpoitsof gii3rlo ty
T 'en suffering frofi'pimples, black
hea ;, redness or roughnes a ar t BLACK SHELLS
the skin with Cuticu- Ointment. Sak und hack Powder.
Then wash off with QU.Icura Soap and W ou nam a a a
.hot water. Thee9 Buper-creamy emol- fyu muiindae nte
lients do mueh for the skin because mri fti detsmnta t
they preyent pore clogging. otadml tt s ewl ed
Free Sample each by mail with Book. baktyoanrdrnyu elr
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, frtetreselfefo i
Boston Soldeverywere.-clvLtckdr, and enbooklt th witl
yourho ton ake hmes kndet
Bosons ultreVidicte, pettrf et. Otertet pree
The mtcer amclaimed culttreoof nperi
no les a erso titn Dr.W. T Sed- 63 TrnkBelsindNe iork wde
sion thathas beenin~ usemargynarsfthis__ advertisement,___ tear___t_.
outannmil tao s.Werilesnd
In slecur toa l-sboapcli to k yofnorde and Ge reae
heafor thudthreelshells, freeifroighls
Bostond Soda everywhee-Adv. ttocianefo aH booEST QatLW te
T ey 'much acaedurey 1o
tonwo or elf ew chlauro lwhe 36te States Cti'd ge oop~an
n les aerontaDr EF\TV. T, Sedg- N2 ER Trinit BCO.l, OMAHTer Cit .
sln thaths een inW.ueyo r Neaprs
aeieehis. lier tobl a cs of duleAg. ~ n e
hgealth b studelots h e aid, 1ro hI ig
te hands ofaneseeafyreane THkEt HPiGEsTQlob OlldYe ef
toee-Tom. ihr pundain HenrygMahin."Lern-bef-t
Exit gi the t farla l "Tom Dick OM EWNSMAHMfl.I~NQ)~h
mnd" Harr y f iu theldhood. asAg theBoA u
abtAlly sieF Malrae at heer. I ~K
"1 koto ore ele. irng TNhereULIYSEIGMAHN
-ih atr2iht5pporiieent Wrmy o reboke 'onst~b drdbfg
tipurchayourselSewing kecping.other nices,
yo nwuhts asng men your -ou,--n--o --r
mind, ddenly gsaid the youdn as an. .__________________
habituly son caVer wtared at h.1 0p R olanbabrtae
"I knoWtooIwhyU'ouear eallig her
ng t afterngt oapeormting adl.my ,wgswieereg re aao;wi
tmeici usefnneepn other ICHSTAND A RDfE C LE mN. CVE
on mlden away doi ufant tarry no0 - T _ E _ _ r ___
me, dvn't r wyou? i H A TtAaNucy. A n A Ea
"I hou ht so. Ve y well; tI rIa." W t a t la s- -t"* 'r
meiie frWrorTami adztner. htelerigfedeaaiowr
Rosmallnboy or sals byladylass
a t reasonable prices
GenralRoofiug Manuf'acturing Cosepany
Word's~aes$m onf/curws o/Rloofing and Butng Apv
erk.Aes . ga..~seetule. sdlpotle Atlassa 9bedkeeee ..ns5a