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MRS [iEO SICK
Restored to Health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable -Compound.
Aurora, Ill.-"For seven long months
I suffered from a femualo trouble, with
severe pains in my
back and side. until
I becaine so weak I
could hardly walk
from chair to chair,
and got so nervous
I would ump at the
slightest noise. I
was entirely unfit
to do my house
work, I was giving
up hope of ever be
ing well, when my
sister asked me to
try dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I took six bottles and today I
am a healthy woman able to do my own
housework. I wish every sufering
woman would try Lydia E. Pinkham
Vegetable Compound, and find out for
themselves how ood it is."-Mrs. CARL
A. KiEso, 696 North Ave., Aurora, Ill.
The grat number of unsolicited tes
timonias on file at the Pinkham Lab
oratory, many of which are from time
to time pub ished by permission are
proof of the value of Lydia E. ink
am's Vegetable Compound, in the
treatment of female ills,
Every ailing woman in the United i
States is cordially invited to write to
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
(confidential), Lynn, Mass., for special
advice. It is free, will bring you health
and may save your life.
Often a Vom1ani is so inc'onsistenit
that after making up her inind as to
ber aige she's unable to stick to it.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
Ql Ii. Lok for signature of a W.
OvH. Cures a Cold In Ono Day. 26c.
"(Ih, I just love anim1als ; don't you?"
gurgled he sweet young thing.
"Sure. Let's have a Welsh rabbit,"
said the nceolti(ndatinig youth-.--Towni
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET.
A well kflown actress gives the follow
ing reelpe for gray hair: To half pint of
t. water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a snmall box of
B3arbo Compound, and ; ox. of glycerine.
Any druggist can put this up or you can
mix it at home at very little cost. lull
directions for making and use vono in
each box of Barbo Compound. It will
gradually darken streaked. faded gray
hair, and maie. it soft and glossy. It will
not color the scalp, is not stick/ or
greasy, and does not rub off. Adv.
'Iiat rollin'fg stonle atuiong alth1or1s.
Harry do Windt, tells the following
good story of Ills adlv'nintures on the
)it' day he alind a "pairtier" lie had
plekedi up in IWa wson wriem' ging on a
trip In 1iidwillter. The vold wtas, of
Just as ile'y were on the Ioill of
starting, his companion dumped a
numlnber of hard, slmarp-pointed articles
In the sleigh, pitchlng themi rather
uncerenioiously on top of' a saick of
"Look here," porotested De Windt,
"don't put those tent pegs on the oat
wecal. They'll poke their points through
the bag and there'll be a leak."
"These ain't tent pegs," expliainedt
the other', rather scornfully ; "they're
And so they were, cut and ready for
use on the linie of march.
Sense of Justice.
"That sar'rot I bought uses violent
"iLady,"~ replied the dealer, "I won't
deny that 'he dloes swear' some. But
you must give him credIt for the fact
that he doe'sn't drink nor' gainible."
Disciple of leffersom.
Shie--W'hy have you never nmarrmied?
Ho-I anm opposed to entangling al
lanes.-Bloston Ev'ei ing Trans'ri pt.
Tihere' is a CatholIc daily newspaper
published in Tientin, China.
You Can Snap
at the ill effects
of caffeine when
you change from
"There a Ran"
MEANS MONEY IN
Efficient Building Helps to Write
Figures on the Right Side
of the Ledger.
HAVE SILO IN RIGHT PLACE
BSetter That Indispensable Adjunct Be
Too Large Rather Than Too Small
-Here Is Design of Dairy Barn t
That Makes for Comfort
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. I
Mr. William A. Radford will answer
estions aryl give advice FIini.2 OF I
T on all subjects pertaining to the
subject of building work on the farm, for
tho readers of this paper. On account of
his widie experience. as BEditor, Author and
Manufacturer, h Is. without doubt. tho
highest authority on all these subjects. I
Address all Inquirlep to Willian A. Rad
ford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago,
Ill., and only Inclose two-cent stamp for t
Mflleieney Is a word of much proini
nence and linportance Ill pre-sent. It
nleicas thalt youIl Inust aceornpllish the
greatest tinount of work possible with i
he least effort and sniallest anouit of
It, Is not coniflied to nyo one indis
try, but covers Ilthern all1. Including tIhe
fariI. In the diys past the fitrin
I'tr, who wtnted a birn, too often ereet
ed the wills and cove'ed Ilthrn with
a roof. Many tiines the bairn was
huill regirllesS of how (ih-k it would
enable the fariner lateor to do the worki<
h14 11.141 to do inl this birn.
For examjple. aI silo masty be con
structed aid located where it is (ol- I
venient to gut the silago ito one part I
-AILNO- 4h t HM.
elANU'IC CANill TRAIK
of the bitrn, bunt considernble wvork is
re'qulired to get the silage to some .I
othler~ pairt of the barn~ whtere consIder
atble of It Is used. This is nlot efi-<
olency, for- though you hiav e perhaitps I
waistedl noi moneylC ill the constructionit
of the silo, you are daily uiinecessarlly I
walstitng muilch of your working of- I
The sllo maiy not (only be located In- I
coneien'ilt ly with re'spect to the latces
where the slage' is used. By neglect- I
Sig suillelenit forethought thle dIesigni I
mtay he deoelded ont, anad afteor thle st rue
I lure is omipletted It is realized that its
capneait y is too sinutll. It Is Just its a
cheap to build a silo it the right plaee a
as In the wrong, and it costs hiut little
more to btuild It latrge eniough rithler
Ithant too smiall. Additionrs hat er are
mtuch more expensive t han the atitie
thinrg wouiild he02 If licluded In the orig
These tire but a few of the nmany
Inelilelent t hings which intight he done
in jputting til fatrmt huildhings. In (ir
decr to save on the original cost miany
things nity be left out whtiht are great
t lute, thus money-savers. Moniey should
wisely be Invested it such titme-stiving
detvices5. The motney. repre'sented by
work whIch canO he saved( in thte long
r'un, will show a nice ptrofit onl lie
smailtl extrna linvestment'it n(ce'ssatry fort
In a dlairy harn, ais well its sill oth1
ers, thle com.ttforbt of th lit' St le. htorstes
andit olther atniitails shlt lbe gtitt coni
siderable thought . 'Tey are .iusl like'
a raian. Undter btetttr condit ions theit
ent tie t hrive mo re. Saniltation us mkes'
themia I'ss sntile. to di'onst. Irtl
us ay you huwet two4 naict' (cows during
thie year' fri.u disease. Thliat ripre
stents at loss to you oif perhaiips $150 Io
$200. Woul dnt a t hve' beti 'Iote
In your bhirn whichl would :aikte ii
more sanilta1ry and dlsense-restin lg?
Sunrig lie firt yeariI youl wtouild amak 1i
up for this $200 tri' ('ost by r~bI los-'
lng thle eowts. atid during the seond( 1t
and eacth success'i-5vee youyt would btt'
$200 nihead per yeair.
The thing In selectIng a dhesigni forl
your~ barn is tis: Forget thie first:
cost and think of thte things wvhteh will1
make It coanvenint -en., to i,,r, In.
nd sanitary and comffor table for your
little. If you cannot get the first-cost
(lea out of your uind, remember ihesei
hings. You have perhaps borrowed
ome of the money for your barn from
lie bank. You must pay then back
mid make more be(sides for yourself.
f you include sanitary and convehit ut
hings in your design you can Imty the
lnk quicker and make larger profits
The dairy barn, of which a ground
lan and perspective view are here
hown, will accommodate 30 cows. The
ilo In 13 feet in diameter and will be
ound to have sufficient capacity for
llage to accommodate all the cattle.
Us shown in this view, the silo is
milt of wood. Hollow tile, concrete
locks, or re-enforced concrete, how
'ver, can be used equally as well. With
he idea of umaking It possible )to go
Luickly from one part of the barn
0 another sliding doors have been put
* lit all four corners and in the oppo
it end from the silo there Is a door in
he middle besides those oil either side
if this end.
The ground floor is of concrete.
vhich always lilakes a birni as ai
airy ats it posslIy cnn be. It IaA a
,amibrel roof, which does away with
Ie( rafters and other members of a
iuss which take ill) much of the
pace in the loft (if a barn.
The feed alley is convellielitly 10
ated in the middle of the barn. This
erilits of easily distributing the sil
Ige to the mangers on either side of
he alley. Conrete -itters tire built
n the floor hi lac-k of the cow stalls
mi either side of the barn. In hack
of these gutters airt' the maitnure
-arrier tracks, comviilently localed so
hat the refuiso in the gutters cnn be
lirect ly picked ill) and carried out.
The (imiensions (itf te cow stalls
'an he miPade accor'diing to the ideas of
Ie builder. In some places It is cis
omaiary to build all of the stalls 3
t,0 62 inclies wlde. and have 5
vel between Ohe glitter and the
r . n the.....
taills on 01ne side would be maude
feet 6 1 nches long. and on thle
thier 5 feet long. Trhe length of
ho sill s are mlade to vary in this wayv
o as to ac'commnodate the dlifferent
enigths of the cows housed In the
murn. There lire stanchions made
cbleh are adjustable so that they can
ake( from or add to the length of the
tall, I inches orP so. in cause these art
~oinig to be used, all stialls cani he madle
he samie length.
Trhis particular barn wias desIgned
or ai countr'y wh'lere the winters aire
at her mild( and1( the cows (enni spiendt
good (dea1 of timie In the cow yard(
ather than in the barn, as they would
f in a cohid climate.
It wouild he found hest if the front
>f thle barnr eoaubl face the south or
'at. Th'isa woul giv~e the cows the
iadvanitage of the nice mlorning Sul)nad
>r'it(ct t heml 'romi the north and west
*vindsl dlurin1g thle colder mnonths of thli
Mixed on Geography.
D~r. .J. 11. Itomnig of Seward, presi
lenl of It' Aliiska MedIcal assoc a
ion. hais ircteived a letter from a New~
otrk business house of worhld-wide
'liutationl saying it has postponied
wn'dintg ani article of mlerchaism as154 i
lit river' is knfown to be frtoz(n ove,.
imnd therlefor'e dlllvery wouldl be im.
ii ssible' before the break-up oIf ieei
lhe spinug. Inalsmiuchl as there is at
'I ver' near So'wiard(, which is locatedi
Il one of' the fine(st harbors in the
orldI, into and1( ouit of wh'lehl shipis
11ri lissinmg at all timens (of the year,'
he4 goiod doctor anld his friends haivi
ilhout 'onicludled the reference is to thie
Power of Radium.
P'rof. WVilliami Crookes, the nloted
f the totail energy in the small quan
ity oIf radium which could be plaed
mn the tip of the index finger' was 01)
ainable by an instantaneous dls-in
('gratii of its atomis, It wvouild b
~uflicient to raise the whole Englistl
mlvy as. high as Mount Eana (altitudi
In) 755 feet)
(By E . i. LER, Acting Director o
Sunday 4chool Courso of Moory 1ibb
(Copyright. 1917. Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 18
JESUS HEALS NOBLEMAN'S SON
LESSON T.'XT-John 4:43-54.
GOLDIEN TEXT-As thou hast bellev
ed, so be it done unto thee.-Matt. 8:13.
This event oneurred a fewv days aft
er that of lst Sunday'.s lesson. I
Its .Jiesis' vecond iniracle in Cann
John the Iptist is still preaching, anm
Jesus Is closing the first year of hI
iiiIIIIstry and beginning liis work ii
Gillee. Teiachers should bring I
vivid picture Of Galilee to thell
Clisses, as tha t was one of, the Ii
)ortant fields to which our Master de
Voted iielh of his itme. (For deserily
lion se' soei' good Blible dictionary.
'Tlhe people of that ind were mor<
worldly, les'- boind by conventional
Ites, anild 1m1o n'( ecesslible to the t each
Ings which Jesus brought than thos
of Judenl. Josephius says iltey wert
"1fonld of inn1ovatlions, and disposed tb
I. Supplication (Testing) vv. 43-41l
Jesus left IIe revival at ainaria (vy
39-14) andeturned it) -inlilve. JRI
Own people of Nnarso ethii r.-fuised to 11
cept himl "for a iropiht hi t hIlonlo
in his own country." It was iI GIlie
thit t he had his great victoris. 1ler<
h m was welcome ( 5. 45) h"eause the;
had known the things that le' did n
Jerusalem, tile report of whieh wit
brouglht back by tIhose who 111d viSIta'
the feast (John 2:14-17). Ini Can
(CI. 2:11) one enine to him who wa
n king's officer. 41n. who was used ti
commanld. anld whose~ great personal
lieed overeinme any preludici (Mati
1):18: Luke 7:2). Cod use's alilietion
ofttfines to drive us to him. and Il
m ost effective wily to induce tueni I
colne to JesIs is to brini, thIment t
rectoginize their need ivlui ci he :lent
enn supcply. The Inl was "It II l aini
of deat h," hence tIh father's Jnrne
of twenty mIiles freon 0al)'.rtm-um1111 I
('IICan. seeking help. Wo have here th
weakliess of faith uindient(dl inl vr
fort.o-4ig, li tliut the man would li
believe exceplit he should see signvs a.n1
wonders. We have allso ithe eanrne'u s1
ness fit' he ma in vrsei 1
"SIr, coli down two ily child die,
Maln's extrenIty is ever ;od's oppol
I11niy. Not onl. extrena' enses f
sickness ean he broiught to him, )i
ext remue cnises of sini as well (I Til
1 :15: Ieb. 7:25). Hiie enn heal n
only those who are "at then polit
denth" but I hose who :1r'e 3l ren
dead (Eph. 2:1). 'The( child was i
ing, the father had not strength
walt to see wonders. but he could at
did trust Jesus to heal his son.
Ii. Surrender (Trusting) vv. 50-5
When the soldier took Jesus It I
word, he surrendered his previous ('1
ception. and accepted the word of Go
literally _cting upon his belief. 11
wvent his wiay been use he believed. I I
did not ask .Tesus again to go to ('pai
naum~t. We must not confuse this kin
of fitith, however, with his having a
('epted JTesums as RavIor. Th' aecepts'
J .esus only its healer. We have me
odny wiho wIll accept Jesus C'hist I
the perfect ion of his charnecter and th
puriity of his teachings butt who wil
not nccept him to lie their per'soi
Savior. Ruehi men want to receIve thm
h enefits of (lhristilanity, fatling to rei
ogni ze its spliri tutol power anrd omith1o(
Siii. Satisfaction (Triumph) (vv'. 5E
54). The fathter's Conit h rose to thI
nieedl for "he believed the wiordi t hi
Jesus spake." That wor'd did not seeu
at nil prohnhble, buit it wias enough. Thi
word of Jesus who is, himaseilf, tli
i'u th, is a sure uand more reatsonnll
ground of faith than any amount
speculat ion. Tis father's wvalk fr'om
Cana to Caplernnurn was a walk
faith, ie had nothinrg but a hatre pronr
ise to suppiort himat yet on hits ret ur
lie found his son living (v. 52). ()
this wordc of .T'stus lie, himnself, hi
lived, anud his whole house. It see'in
improbnhle t hat this could he otherwis
If hie were an honest maiun,
IV. Suggestions (1) The livig, PCi
sonal ipresenmce of Christ is not neet
ful. It was a wise provision of Glod
ec'onmy that ('hrist should have i'<
tuirnedt to heaven.
(2) Acts arc the true indications (
our faiith. (God's writteni revelatio
and the revelation of his sonl, the Li'
ing Word, and the witness oif the em
puerience of (God's saints uire sutflelen
facts upon which to base faith.
(3) Fanith Is progressive. Notiee thi
growthI fromt verses 48 to t'0 ani 53
At firist thle an helieved in .Iesti
power t'Iheni lie heeiv ied in .1 esu
iw'urd, an baiel ieved in Jlesuts, him iselfI
then lie r'eaches thle highest lpoint
hat lie doe's not blieve ailonie, for bi
whbole house belie(ved with himt.
(4) I aith is the source oif a
(Christion gifts and( graces. Wo havi
an uynntage over these (hail lean It
neirly ni nete'en centurie's oif wht
Christ hass wr'ioughit among the peoplei
of the earth noliong those who havi
hlcdievedc on imi. le hats bueen trie
and prlov'ed, andit the gifts of (God
gracc', 't eirnal 11ife, the gifts of Ith
Spirit ar ie aill condit ione'd up Jon 0u
failth in him and in the Lord .Iesus.
Ouir salvation from sin, our effectivvi
ness as dis(eiles and followers dlepen
upon our faith in .Jesus Christ as ou
Savior firomi sin, and as our Lor'd anu
CALOMEL SICKENSI I
DON'T STAY BIL
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Toni
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever H
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a u
lay's work. Calomel is quicksilver v
ind it salivates; calomel injures your t
If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish V
and all knocked out, if your bowels 4
are constipated and your head aches V
or stomach is sour, just take a spoon- a
ful of harmless Podson's Liver Tone
instead of using sickening, salivating d
calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real
t liver medicine. You'll know it next d
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver will be work
ng, your headache and dizziness gone.
your stomach will be sweet and your 8
bowels regular. You will feel like f'
working. You'll be cheerful; full of V
igor and ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a 3
10-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone d
"Miri . hi m 111 '4 a ;in ' ' d
"a "nhout:s 111l 1., 't h11uw."
"And low tll Is I house?"
-1 m "li 11111w sh u l ko w ? 1lion'1t u lk
so 4nan clu stions-. I halve. nis hh-a
- how 1:111 1 house"4 is."
'I with :nity I r;i ai t oI I I
- il 111141*' it ki' w :!I.\ I ili - :11" (-11
& YES! LIFT A CORN
OFF WiTHOUT PAIN!
Cincinnati man tells how to dry
up a corn or callus so it lifts
off with fingers.
Y(Ilt corn-j it'st red IIau . m n1 An oma eii
-4-4:1 stiffer, ie lotiwor. \\ent- the sholes
that Inearly killel you .41(fri, say- this
t'ineinni1 -.ut1hority, lu1.-1nuso a fewx
t <lrops of rezn apliqf dirlectly 4-n :1
V teniero, :n-hing" 4-orn or entius-. stolw
sorelless, :11 (llee mill sorftf th 111 r, I o rIl
hiltrnIill-ed enflus loown sit it canl hif
lifted 41ff, rooIft :Ill1 Ill. wvith14oult 4 1 in1.
At :% Inull, itsit itoe o f fre(.. z ( on I-ost vfry
little at anly drulg storet bult will inlsi
tively take off every ordi ni(r stoft 4*(or1n
or callus. This slillll tW' trildi. :n,. it
Is inex pensi vei aill is said i11-t1 to irri
r- tte. the suronling skin.
If you r druggist liisi' niyi freozofne
it tell h1i11 tit ge't a1 s il o tth I l for,4 youl
from his wlholesale' Nrug huse.----dv.
of Lived in One Room 82 Years.
Croydon, EilglanIid, lhas lost Iv deallth
. rnydon, l'nglund. lh14 list lly d h1111h
I it tradoer \0h4, inl -In intecresting waxv y.
4-1-.f1 far i l 1 1 th froalinlg tradition 41f
the pa.st. Hie was, liohorf IH'1nin. whoI
1. <Iled at eighly-five' years i n a ri ou
over the little o!d-f'asimone shop iII
whiich iie ii lved for 2 years. Mr.
BrIinl was repluted toi he the lar1igest
indiviiIi fillatp y r li , t horoiigh,
Spaying thI'e'41orporation abolnut ?i~ut a
With Kidney Medicine
We arel very nuch satisfuied withI thce
idemand we have for Dr. Nihiner' Avauimp
I Root. We have beeni carrying it for eight
years acnd have never' heard if a dlisi'at ii
Ifled customer'; they all spea'1k v'ery fav or
-abuly regarding the merit s if lhe prepara-o
-tion anad judging from th Is ale' we have
on it it must he a e'plendidl medicinie for
the tromulels for' whieb it is soe highly
I'. ('. ih~aniei, Mgr.
Sept. 21, 1916. Zebulon, N. C.
SProve What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
. Send ten cents to Dra. Kihner & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a s~iample size hot
StIe. It will convince anyone. You will
ii also receive a booklet of valuable infor
Smation, telling about the kidneys andl blad
der. When writing, he sure and mention
this paper. Regular fifty-cent, ail one
rolar ize bottles for sale at all drug
s A Logical Conclusion.
(In 44ld fool Inst niglt'!" said hi i uig
like'ly It SE'('IuS thait I dIl." Ihe riepitbd. i
I Important to Motherra
n .Examine carefully every bottlo of
-iCAST10t1.A, thait famonus otld r''emedy
-for infants and chIldre'n, andm see I ha I It
CIn Use for Over 30 Years.
~;Children Cry for FlIetcher's (1nstorin
ways*u' take~is the i'irIkeii of i bottill' by
GIranulaited i:'elids, stas. Inaflamied I'yes
I reituved utver naiiiai i'y ilnni ii~y' 14 salaam.
One trial prove8 s its n i. .\dv'.
itF ne e QiaI trpinghnrs.
I SALIVATES I
k" Will Give You the Best Liver
ad-Don't Lose a Day's Workl
nder my personal guarantee that 1i
,ill clean your sluggish liver bettesr
ban nasty calomel; it won't make yor
ick and you can eat anything you,
'ant without being salivated. Your
ruggist guarantees that each spoonful
,ll start your liver, clean your bowels
nd straighten you up by morning or
ou can have your money back. Chil
ren gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
ecause it is pleasant tasting and
oesn't gripe or cramp or make them
T am selling millions of bottles of Dod.
on's Liver Tone to people who have
iund that this pleasant, vegetablo. liv
r medicine takes the place of danger.
us calotnel. Iluy ono bottle on my
omid. relinble guarantee. Ask your
ruggirt or storekeeper about me. Adv.
"I 1 you iow why thi bide-grom'. -.
tllln:tiut at fle, we'.ilig is enlili '"ho
"1 41i41 1111t knlow beforel-( I was inoir
I<1" r-li'<l skimliii iles M r. M.-<k,
bult ve-y soonl afterwartl I heon to
Vhenever You Need a General Tonic
rhe Old Standard Grove's Tiuteless
hill Tonic is equally valuable as i Gen
ral Tonic because it contains the well
nown tonic properties of QUININE and
HON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
dalaria, Enriches the Blood and Buildr.
ip the Whole System. 50 cents.
s ht 's Mi h ill Sole halivet X!'
no'-l itiV4e'u 4'cl f,41r Ilorsonls working14 In
arnier--"Theni city folk% want to know d there's
a tath iln the houe. What'll i tell 'en? "
His Wifc-"T ' teni if they need s bath. d69y'
beiter take it ieloic tey conic."
Take a bath of course, and every three
hours while awake take a dose of
It will quiet. your cough, soothe the
inflammatioi of a sore throat and
lungs, stop the irritation In the bron
chial tubes, insuring a good night's
rest, free and easy expectoration In
the morning. That old time-tested
remedy which for more than half
a century has brought' relief and
comfort to countless thousands all
over the civilized world. 25c and 75c
at druggists and dealers everywhere.
Why*e sufe Sfo
ra -aais e
anp aiainof ager's Liniment
will gve quick. relief?
This I innient is god too, for rheU
maetism, .sciawtica, liendachie, pain ain
chest ormd stocsrains, cuts and bruise.
I hIris rn ef uto bottle ofYgr
a th $ atio~a bilo iflntament sol at'
iII~LIERT BROS. & 00,
11a1 l imoro,'ald.
STOCK LICK IT-STOCK IKE IT
Foir h orses, Cattle, Sheer.
and hiogs. Contains Cop
p~eras for WormnsSulphuv
for the Blood, Saiipeter
for the Kidne ys, Nux:
Vomnica,a Tonic, and iPure'
Dairy Sait. Used by et~
* ~ erinlarians 12 years. Nor
D iosing. Drop Brick is
feed-box. Ask your dealen
. for lBlackmnan's or write
BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COMPAI4
(1 I A1TTA NOOG A. T'ENNEI-ic,
The dyspeptic, the debilitated, whether frono
excess of work of mind or bod', drink or exe
f$ ev ruo Iii tie moes~t genil restora
FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS
Earl . 3'se lint C.harlesitonii Waketlebtl, sue.
'ession a id Fa ht l)u tlh, by e'xpress 50tOi, $I.0O,
I,000, $t1i,0, 5.'0 . atl Ela ailsfaion guar- I
D). F. .JAM ISON, SUMMERVItU.EF, S. C,.
"ROUGH Onl RA TS" 'm'letA;'-"
W. N. U., C H A RLOT TE, NO. 7..1917
ria, Ch~i~i and F'e
g Tonic. 60c and .0