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been troubled witl
feelings common a
vous condition, w
deal of the time sc
friend asked me to
ble Compound, wh
every way. I am
ache or pain. I m
woman can take.'
259 Worthen St., I
She Tells Her Friends to Take L
North Haven, Conn.-" When I w
which is a trouble all women have
but after a while I got bearing dow
told me to try different things but t
day my husband came home and sai
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ar
them and took about 10 bottles of
feel myself regaining my health. I
Sanative Wash and it has done me
coming Vb my house who suffers fro
life, I tell them to take the Pinkhar
of us here who think the world of t
Box 197, North Haven, Conn.
You are Invited to Wr,
No other medicine has been so si
suffering as has Lydia E. Pink
Women may receive free and helpi
E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, I
and answed by women only and h
Full of Trouble.
"You're looking awfully gloomy, old
top. \Vhat's the trouble?"
"Trouble enough, lo( top. Me vAilet's
sick. dontcherknow, and I don't know ei
whether I've got on the )roper tie an(d( rni
socks that go with the suilt Fi' wear- IlI
Important to Mothers
Exarine carefully every bottle of
OASTORIA, that famous old remedy c1
for infants and children, and see that it er
Behra the 've kr
signatute of II
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
St. Lotis hais onle factory which will r
thlis year consumiine 100,000,000 feet orl (i
If your eyes mmart or feel sealded, Ro- di
Inn"j Eye Daleam appiedu upon going to bed v
is just the hung to relieve tihem. Adv. b
Lytddite is pierle acid meltLed wvithm a
-lit tle vaiselinie. to
The New Method
(nr L. W. BOWEn, M. D.)
Backache of any kind is often caused
by kidney dilsordler, which means that
the kIdneys are not working properly
Poisonous matter and urIc acid acctumu
late wIthin the body in great abundance
over-working the sick kidneys, hence "
the congestion of blood causes backache
in the samo manner as a similar con
gestion in the head causes headache. el
You become nervous, despondent, sick, rc
feverish, irritable, have spots appearing
before tihe eyes, bags under the lids, and vi
lack ambition to do things. '0o
The latest and most effective means 3
of overcoming this trouble, Is to eat spar
ingly of meat, drink plenty water be- Stp
tween meals and take a single Anurio rc
tablet beforo each meal for a while. .ai
Simply ask your favorite druggist for
Anuric. If you have lumbago, rhouma-c
tism, gout, dropsy, begin immediately y
with this novel treatment. Ica
For the high flyers, or the ik
"Repeater' shells have the r
tion. Their great sale is due
insure a full bag. Made in
BRi SURR T'O ASIC PC
viated by Lydia E.
Dmen who Know.
-"For the last three years I have
the Change of Life and the bad
t that time. I was in a very ner
ith headaches and pain a good
I was unfit to do my work. A
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ch I did, and it has helped me in
nQt nearly so nervous no head
ust say that Lydia E. Pinkham's
md is the best remedy any sick
'-Mrs. MARGARET QUINN, Rear
ydia E. Pinkham's Remedies.
xs 45 I had the Change of Life
. At first it didn't bother me
a pains. I called in doctors who
hey did not cure my pains. One
d 'Why don't you try Lydia E.
td Sanative Wash?' Well, I got
Vegetable Compound and could
also used Lydia E. Pinkham's
a great deal of good. Any one
m female troubles or Change of
a remedies. There are about 20
hem" -Mrs. FLORENOE ISELLA,
ite for Free Advice.
iccessful in relieving woman's
ham's Vegetable Compound.
uI advice by writing the Lydia
[ass. Such letters are received
eld in strict confidence.
"I hear thv cil barons are tigaln
"Tht')ms roolishi. Trhe pui)le are mand
ough as it Is, tind( this continu11ed
ising 4,f coai only niis fuel to the
Fhenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
l Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
al Tonic because it contains the well
own tonic properties of QUININE and
tON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
alaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
the Whole System. 50 cents.
The temorture of S4outhern Aus
alla varies not more than 20 degrees
r I )( th. your.
Pinrles. bioils, cnrbuncles, dry up and
sayeair with Doctor Pierce's Golden
c( ical Discovery. In tablets or liquid.
Thie tUni ted Sta3tes has 380 pian~o fac
)SS OF POWER and vital force foi
low loss of flesh, or
come from impov
erished blood. Dr.1
enriches the blood,
stops the waste of a
f strength and tis
sue, and builds up
S healthy flesh t
Thin, pale, puny
idren are mado plump, rosy and
bust by the "Discovery." They like
In recovering from "Grippe," or in con
elescenco from pneumonta, fevers, or
her wasting diseases it speedily and
rely invigorates anri bul ds up the
hole system. As an appetizing, re
arative tonic, it sets at work all tihe
'ocesses oif digestion and nutrition,
uses every organ into natural action,t
d br bakhealth and strength.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
nstipatlon. Constipatien is the cause
many diseases. Cumre the cause and a
u cure the disease. Easy to take as
Sold for 47 years. For
Malaria, Chills & Fever.
Also a Fine General
NIC Steghng To.ni~.
"RE P1 A TJR
>w flyers, "Leader" and
ach, spread and penetra.-4
to these qualities, which
many gauges and loads.
R 2'H1 W BR AND
TICK-FREE AREA GRO
HEREFORDS IN COUNTRY FRO
irared by the In ited States Depart
1ijent f Agriculture.)
Work by tle liIl4ted States depart
muent of agricultulire,- the states. the
r:Otaaties, and private agencles is Stead
ly iniereasing the area in1 the southernl
otates wlei Is fre from it(e enttie
l'ever tick. To this free area 27,17.
;Iqlare mi iles was adled Decebiler 11
)y (he 1a8lu1g of tle quaraInt ine 01)
iveiount fof III lick by order of Ile
ecretary of aigriculture.
As a resailt of the new order the
tlii at ran of rel'ased territory has
reached 309,186 square illes. The
Irea originally quaratined in 1906
was 728,54:3 square miles.
'IT'l miost noitaile gain in tick-free
lrritory wa 1 mb1. 111m4.er lie present
. . ......... .
Emerging From Dipping Vat.
'elease order by Alabina, wliere the
luarantine was raised in 13 whlole
!ouinties aIId three parts of cointie's,
liggregatinlg iIearnly 11,000 square iles,
LOSSES HIT FARMERS
Cotton Growers Suffer by inac
curate Grading of Staple.
Field Survey of Marketing in Repre
sentative Towns in Nine Principal
Producing States of South
F'rom the United Staties Deartmenot of
That 10sses to Cotton groawers in thie
Jnited Stuate p8lrobably reached seven
11nd a half mjillion diollars in 11)13-14
ioeainuse gradles were not properly
akean into accounat in the priarty
;ntles, andl that int Spite of a tenadentcy
(awaird impjrovedl conitions1 sice the
aromnulgation oaf thle oflllil cot ton
tuanaards of the United Staites the
oasses due to inatccuirate gruiding are
till great, are stattemienits of specinl
sts of theo otlice of aurkets and1( rural
wrgainization of the U. S. department
if agricututre, in Depairtmient Bulle
in '157, recent ly pubails~hed. Tlie bulle1
in is based oan a field survey of cot
(an nmarketing lan representatilve towns
n thie nini~ prIincipl cotton-producing
tates of thie South and Southwvest, in
all of which a generatl failure ade
unte and1( consistently to recognize
~rade~ dHYerences was foulnd.
The specialists point out that cotton
roducers themselves can have a large
hareo in imaprovinig these conditions.
['he growers are urged to familiarize
hemiselves with gradles and1( to insist
hat the proper classification be given
heir bales by buyers. Emrphasis is
also placed on the economaic import
ance of securing proper gInning, ado
unte baling and covering, andl proper
Great Variations Found.
The surveys conducted by the spe
lalists showed great and incoasistent
ariations in prices paid for cotton of
Iiffereant grades. The average of prices
na observed transactions in Alabama
or one month, for example, was 13.51
ents for strict good ordinary and 18.47
'ents for strict good middling, the lat
er being six grades better than the
ormner. The higher grade of cotton
hus sold for 20 cents less per hatle
han that of the lower grade, when on
he basis of New Orleans dlifferences,
t was actually worth $7.60 per 1ha)1
nlore. The ^inconsistencIes aand dlIffer
nices were especially apparent among
lie higher grades above n. ddling.
Phis, the specialists feel, is most un1
ortulnate since it showvs a fialiure to
ecognize the value of improvement of
otton varieties by growers iand In ef
'ec't puts a pr'emiumn 0on careless and)4
Marked differences in the4 prices
>aid for cotton of the same grade
n the sameD markets on the aemayn
WING IN THE SOUTH
M WHICH DIPPING DROVE TICK.
X(ent tered throuistght,,n i the state. Missis
'411)i Coimes seonl wilth II ountls,
almoutinitig to 5.814 sqaIIreC' miles re
lead; and Texas is third, with live
mlplete Coulities n11111 parts of two
other coun11tIes relr:inwid, uIttounti ng to
5,424 square inlevs.
The trritory retleased Irom'at quarla nil
title on D)lecemblier 11 1ii tle ive states
Is its follows:
Alabamn--The entirvemcuniles of
Bulloc.k Colbert. Crensh aw, Elmtnore,
Jeffersoni, L.., .nICtoni, Alorgani, Pileck
ens. I ' lce, Tallapoosit, Tuseiloosit, and
Walker; and tle remailer of the
(urItnititinled a rsen in Ilenry, ,htckson,
find( Sulu1ter counlties. This frees these
entire counties from, federal qutaran
tine restrietiuts. The total airen re
leased by this rder ill this state is
10,070 square miles.
Arkantsas-The entire coutlles of
FrankInIIII, John11son, Loganl, and Senr
ey; antd the renmanlilder of t itlunran
itied aren In Shiarp ounellty. In adeil
1ion i part of Indepenidence alid Sels
tian Cointies will be freed from quar
antitie. 324 square miles being re
lealsed In the former and 300 1in the
latter collity. The total arln released
Is 3.364 square miles.%
Georginl-The enltire eounities of
Lin1coiln, Oglethorpe, andII Wa'Ishing
tonl; aind thet reminlder of thequl-n
tined nren of I'lmpkill county. The
total area released anmounts to 1,594
M.ssissippi-TIhe entire countles of
Amite, Carroll, Porrest, Lee, Nvshohn,.
I'lkte, Sunflower. Ta1ullaihitt chle. Tippah,
Unlion. and Walthall, ia total ill-eln of
5,814 s(IlirC milhes.
Texas-The entirl cototles of Ar
cher, Baylor, (lay, Nolin, and Wlich
lini; and part of Siackelford and
ihrockmorton counties. The totalt
are released in this st ate is 5,424
also were disclosed by Ihi' survey.
Thtis imiddlinltg cotton of 1 1-1G-iicl
staple in a certain inarket brought 13
cents it 1(ud, while middto lig o 1%
inceh stnple lit the salne pinee find o1.
the salle day brought only 10.0;
Centis. The latter Cotton should havef
brought one-ltIf cent more than Ihat
of tle shorter sinpile iie. Therefore.
if the 1 1-16-inch bali' brought. Its tillo
valhue, the othler' hiI sold for lit Ileast
$1 7.50) below its real value. Whtile
11ll vi'ai os' observted wer'ie not na~
gr~eat ns t his, idel ilffetrt'nce~s wvero
founld in tnerouts I nsftances In everyv
stalte whiere Intvest i;.ion lls we'rte t'on
Geographical Price Variations.
Invonshstencie's ini thle valuation oIf
Itiged iandi st aI ined cot tont ailso wei'e
oblserivedi , t hi di fferenies mtad~e In
somei caises lbetweenl two hlies of cot
ton oif Ite sinte gradiie ott t he sa me
paid1( f'(r thle cheap ler halet.
'The survey shiowedl lilt Ifor thle
saime grades the erit s toaid weren ont
ealst ern cot tetn st at's thaiin In thoso'e
west of thei MIisiipii. Thiese' dIf.
ft'ietnc'ts, neoi't s l to It' spee'hllst,
wvere muuchi gre'ater thtan differ'lences in
fre'ight raties Ito mills tlonei wold~ ae
count for. The' oithler factors in favor
of the Eatst are iheeed to havte been
the dirtect urtihiase by millI buyers,
the e txisten'ce'( of gotod st orage faelli
tIes, the nynilability of relatively
ceaep tmontiy, and1( the' more general
kniowledlge of grading amtong fatrme~rs
due to longer estiablishnment of cot ton
growing In thte section.
Th'Ie inive'stigators found flhat lhe
prodi~ut'er recelved an apprecIable adh
vantage in pirice's whlen lie was able to
make "rounid lot" sales of ten or more
bleis of cotton att a ilme. It is suig
gested thant stlin greater advantages
can lie secured by selling where pos
sIble In lots of bales of the same.
RESTING IS CALLED FALLACY
Experiments Prove That It Is Morn
Profitable to Keep Soil Busy
Growing Some Crop.
''Those who pr~atice resting thle laindh
inteat'd iofji plnting it to SOme( It'gumt~e
shioul I i ondier wiell ItIhe resutltI of lin
On a pllot where v'elvet henns wtere
growin thle yeart be(fore thie yilid oif
sorghtun liiy was 7,0(14 pounds, while
on similar lnnd w'here no crop lit aill
was grown the year before the yield
of sorghumii hay wats only 3,702 polunds,
Olits yle'Idetd 33.0 bushels per aere aift
er velvet beans and1( only 8.4 bushels
after crabl grass anld weeds.
Idle or "resting" acres are unproit
lle; the latnd should be kept husy
growIng n rrofitale or a soll Iiprov,
Gently cleanse your liver and
sluggish bowels while
Get a 10-cent box.
Sick headache, biliousness, dizzi,
ness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath-always trace them to torpid
liver; delayed, fermenting food in the
bowels or sour, gassy s.tomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in the in
testines, instead of being cast out
of the systei is ro-absorhed into the
blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing. sick.
Casearets immediately cleanse the
stomach. remove the sour, undigested
food and foul gases, take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out .all
the constipated waste matter and
poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret to-niglit will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep-a 10-cent bto.
from your druggist means your head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
and bowels regular for months. Adv,
".lnk diniks liket a fishi."
"Why. I th i: Phlt he was StIri 4tl1y tem1Il
I wrat14. "
"S, be10 i,. hill I h I ih s y u k
4,e\ t'l' I -r 'ih' i IItY II -f 1!1 \%.:I Ior,"*
Are Usually Remarkably Soft anc
Make Cuticura Soap your every-daq
toilet Soap, and assist it now and thei
as lleeded by touches of Cuticura Olint
ment to soften, soothe and heal. Noth
ing better to make the conplexioi
clear, scalp free fiom dandruff am
hands soft and white.
Free saiple each by mall with Book
Address posteard, Cuticura, Dept. L
Boston. Sold everyeI icre.-Adv.
An After Thought.
"I told .\Mr. Thiclvitz. Ilit his hah;
14k.4 like him."
"(If coirse. Ie was plea:sd?"
"immenisy. 4i. didn't hear moe aldl
'l'sor little devil.' uineder imly bievatlh."
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET.
A well known actress gives the follon
ing recipe for gray hair: To half pint c
water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box c
Barbo Compound, and ',, oz. of glycerin
Any druggist can p:ut this up or you ca
mix it at hone at very little cost. Fu
dircutions for making and use come I
each box of Iburbo ('ompoud. It wi
gradually darkiin streaked, faded grii
hair, and make it soft and glos,sy. It wi
not color the scalp, I4 not sticky 4
greasy, and does not rub off. Adv.
Wouldn't Be a Queen.
Ii E'-Quevi oaflI .d mny heart - cl
11ick their husban.11ds. I enn11-and b)
IlIeve no-, I'm somene ple'ker.-Judge.
Gold Ring for Baby Free.
Get ai 25e Bottle of Unlby IEase from1
any dIrug store, mull coupionl a1s di
rectedi aind gold ring (gumrnte ed)
cue oel C'ompltants and1( Teethin,
Troubles of Jaieis.-Adlv.
"He I tried ieto hng him tselfC b~ecaums
lhe wa. cut upl."
"Andl lhe didn11't sul~cced biecau lse h
FALWNG HAIR MEANS
DANDRUFF IS ACTIV
Save Your H-aIrl Get a 25 Cent Bottl
of Danderine RIght Now-Also
Stops ItchIng Scalp.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scragga
hair is mute evidence of a neglectei
scalp; of dandruff-that awful ecuri
There is nothing so destructive t<
the hair as dandruff. it robs the hal
of its luster, its strength and its veri
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness and itching of the scalp, whicl
if Dot remedied causes the hair rooth
to shrink, loosen and die-then the
hair fails out fast. A little Danderine
tonight-now-any time-will surely
save your hair,
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderino from any store, and after
the first application your hair will
take on that life, luster and luxuriance
which is so beautiful. It will become
wavy and dlufy and have the appear
ance of abundance; an incomparable
gloss and softness, but what will
please you most will be after just a
few weeks' use, when you will actual
ly see a lot of fine, downy hair-new
hair-growing all over tbe scalp. Adv.
Gold brli 'k bumyrs ar e born ofter
'mnough to keepf tihe 1111anufaict urert
frOInI going oult of bumsiess.
INSIST ON YAM NUTS
Up-to-date g'rocers have thcmn-the ne
food with an i "uniforge'table flavor," maid<
from Southern yams. Try YAM NUTE
once, they'll winl you eure. The Williami
Co., Greenvill,, S. C. Adv.
Amieritani preserved orange, leollf
LAX-FOS Is an Improved Cascara!
(a tonic-laxative) Pleasant to take
In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved by
the addition of certain harmless chen
icals which increase the efficiency of tb.
Cascara, making it better than ordiaary
Cascara. LAX-FOS is pleasant to taker
and does not gripe nor disturb stomachs
Adapted to children as well as adultab
just try one bottle for, constipation. So
A Cynical Miss.
h ue .1 story.
1 le-Oa-e l',inl a tilar hIfore people'
noitirietl' lfor moneya- -
She-)h, that's too taneleiti thintr
1tist ave happened b1efore m11oney was
Sive.it'il.-Boston I.reaelitg 'l'rianeript.
Dr. Perys "Dead Rhot" Is powerfat anO
prnpilit bit safe. One dose only is -nouab
to al Worms or Tapcwaorm. No e-ater
oil necessary. Adv.
Slmile siuilas in .iivia liltik' wa.l o
strotag that it re quirts-wIt Iilife io -ever
- \fr. \\'te--"Do you know *hat's good ior nts'
bu~ ?owe -" Why, poison. of course."
Mr Wnc-"No. chat would kill lerm-ch-:se.'
Do you know what'S good for a cough.
throat and lung troubles, that will
allay inflammtation and insure a good
night's sleep with free and easy expec
toration In the morning? The ansver
always the samne year after year, Is
Soothing and healing to bronchial
and throat irritation. 25c. and 75,.
sizes all Druggists and Dealers every.
where. Your grandfather used It SI
years ago. Try it yourself and see how
It stops a iacking cough like magic.
-that VYa ger 's
Liniment is thle
-:sr= heat and most eco.
- for gencral Stable U.in
f For strained iganments. spavin,
harniesii galls. nweeny, wounds or old
rire,, cuts aid any enlargements,
n at nive: quick relief.
I A 2 cent bottle contains f.or
n ti-, v- much as the usual bottle
of hmninaent 'sol at that price.
y At all dealer's.
GILBERT BROS.& CO.
'I ala imara, Md.
-ty Ar rNE JOt~ny5 s~ IEbSD
Lumbago or Gout ?
Lannt diri a' thie poilson from tho hy'..em
anan 3A(aaicau is a-r a Ilx
A t All Druaggists
Jas. Baily & Son, Wholesale Distributora
STOCK LUCK IT--STOCK LUKE IT
For h orses. Ca tte, Sheep
and liogs. Contains Cop.
peras for Worm, Sulphut
for the Blood, Saitpeteer
I for the Kidneys, Nur'
Vomlica,a Tonic, and Pure- -
Dairy Salt. Used by Vet
erinarians 12 years. No
Dosing. Drop Brick in
feed-bo'x. Ask yourdeale
for IBlackman's or write
BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COMPANY'
-FOR OLD AND YOUNG -
Tautt's t.iver Plils act as kindly on the chae
t he delicat e female or infirm old age, as ap~
the vi orouss man
ge tone and tre h tthe wa trak
Now is the time to set them. Begin beau.
Ing in three to four year's. Add both
beauty and utility to the homne. Prics
and valuable information free.
.- B. WIGHT. CAIRO, GA.
FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS
EryJersey and Charleston Wakefield, Boe
retsion and Flat Dutch, by erpress, 500, I$ff
h.000, $1.50, 5.000, at $1.25. Sattefaction guava
Ianteed. PostpaId 25c per 100.
D. F. JAMISON, SUMMERVILI.E, S, Ca
DEA L ER S gae rnseidas
ulars."" i. .Danye, 4a Iedot v
"ROUGH onRATS '3 .17jn al
llousness. Hniadache, crns ies,
eorrousanes. Blt es, Jaundice P~lIIST..
Sedfrhoe ntreata ent aels s e
Ller, 8toase6. (Ian Treuhiee and Appendletl. FR
Oslnetese Memedr ce., Sept, iV.4 1.5eweaUm
W. N. U., CHARLTTNO .l f