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. Mrs. Burns' letter.
letre is a letter that is certain to
)rove of interest to the )eolple of this
vicinity, as cases of this sort occur in
almost every neighborhood, andI peo
le should know what to do in like
Savannah. Mo., Oct. 12. 1916.
"I used a bottle of Chamberiz In's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and it cured me of flux
(dysentery). I had another attack of
e same complaint some three or four
*. ears ago and a fe wdoses of this rem
edy cured me. I have recommended
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy to dozens of people since I
first used it."
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Kadeica ZAkce 3?~nMD f
bxes se~i t her Diuo Ribbon.
low TA1 DAMND L oND
50O0 BY BIUlGISTS EVERYMERE
Do away with the dis
agrkeble features of
your family washing.
will run the washing ma
chine, the wr inger and
pump the water. It will
also suply A N light for
I ight is a safe, economical
aD efficient electric light
plnt. A child can run it.
We urge you to see it.
W ~o i.a ke', Ds T
Ora, S. tI,
M any thousands of
women suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefied b hin us
of Cardui, the woman's
tonic, according to letrs
we receive, si ilar to this'
one from M . Z.V.Spelf,.
of Hayne, . C. "I could
not stan on my feet, and
just s fered terribly,"
she ys. "As my tydW
feri9 was so gr t;'and
he~ltad tried pther reme
dies, D;, -i-- had us
g et Cat'dui. . ,I began
improving, and it cured
me. I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car
dul did for me, for my
S nerves and health were
lAe Woman's Tonic
She writes further: '1
am in splendid health...
can do muy wvork. I feel I
owe It to Cardui, for I was
In dreadful condition."
if you are nervous, run
down and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Car dul. Thousands of
women praise this medi
cine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi
cine. -Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardul a trial.
-U ru i n
TO STAlVING POINT
The Peasant Population il Precarllons
C'onditioi. Crops Almost Failures.
Paris, .1tuly 1:2.-Rumania's peasant
l)o:mlation is in a nore precariouis
oondition from lack of food and cloth
ing than at any time since Rumania
entered the war. Reports reaching
the Associated Press from authorita
tive sources indicate that all crops this
year are failures.
The crop of corn, which in normal
times is the great national staple,
probably will yield less than one
twenty-fifth of the usual annual yield.
Of wheat, maize and other cereals
there is only sufficient to feed one
tenth of the population.
What lile food there was ias been
requisitiond by the Germans. The
hread ratirn has been roduced further
and amounts to less than one-half
The crops In Bessarabia are uncer
'0n mid are in almost as poor a con
dition as in Rumania. Owing partly
to neglect and partly to lack of Ia
lor. seeds and rain. the greater par!
of those countries which once toemed
with agritiltural products of every
kind. are now great barren wastes.
If the Germans expect any food from
this waste territory, the reports von
elude, they can have only the slender
hope of better crops next year. For
the present Germany will get only a
GIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICK. GLOSSY HAIR
FREF FROM DANDRUFF
Save your hair! Doul)144 Its beauty
in at few m11omxentm-t0 this!
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with lifo: has an incom parabl soft -
ness and is tluiYy and liustro s, try
.Just on, apj liention lo'bos th.'
beauty of vour hair. bIdes it ilie
]iately dissolvye evry partitlo of dan -
druff: you van ot have niee, heavy,
eoalthy hair if y ti have dandruIT. Thi
destructive seur roi)s the hair of its
lustre, Its stron-th and its very life.
and if not ov.or e4nme it producte a fl'v
.'rislhness ani itching of the ealp:
-he i air roots famislh. loo-sen and io:
then the hair fails out faM.
If your air has b)un nwegleed ndl
i thin, faled, dry. seraygl( or too
toily, get a small bo)ttle of K o lo '
!-Indrino at any ri rug St) )v toilet
co'xilter folo a few e l.s: lppl'. a lit
la as irklet'tl and ton mnin':to.s Ifter
yo.x will say this was the et tn-st
11ent yol ever mtaule.
r soft , 'istrous, b''itt.I . s and
los of :--o dand1(rutTf -no ithn
walp') a'mi no 1 more fatling hair-you
.us ! ! . Know ton',: ani'o If
eventlially--why riot. nlow"
HOME DEMxONSrll VTION *
1)FPA 1T31 E11T.
* (fly Miss Daisy linrris.
Home x'annlne of HIean-, and f orn.
-th sentials of -.e-in. g abl' '-o -
Serve~i veget'all by~)" na nnin. are .lbSo)
taina'rs, an iil anniiing only you ng, ten -
ler. 1irm. !reshi vegetables as soon as
galtheed. In home 'is.'. glass jaxrs are
more') e'conlomical1 t hani lin b)erauisa' t hey
'an h~e 'iSedi manyv times. N ew rto-.
hers must be "sed1 *ach year I andl it
''" n to) tel Ih'' host 'palijty of! r'I -
Tlhe Oy'ttletie or' hot -pa;ck mot'?l:odl
'hmild n 'ar h.e t!sed in c-anniln:. veg
s)or'as or' b~acteia bein)411g inxtrodlneed~l
)n spoons0 or1 other utensila' whib- the
iaris are b'*ig tilled, andl t herefior. not
having 'omxiplete steriizi-at ion. T'hien
it is so iineoftabii~lle to .ttandi over
the bo)1 in va'getables whll i'illling
canis. ThL'e old-oack miethxod is a sim
pie andi SureI way of taintg and iit
gives a bet tel' colar. thavor and text tire
to t he fruits andi veaget ables. hly the;
.oldl-pack miethiod we pre4pari a 'ge
tables, dip ini boiling wa'ter' t hree to
texni minutteis, plunge imnmedilately in
''old wa ter', park veget ales in jaris,
add salt andi illi iars with water, then
cook according to the time table.
Wheni (annuing in small qulanitities
it is not necessary to puirehase spe
cialI eqt luimenlt. A w~ash boiler, btuck -
et, or gal vaized tub whenal fited with
aasohoenm andi tight 'over makxeos
a (convt'nient canner. it is 'ssetial s
that the vesseal tised have x tight Ii:
Iing lol ae wi ithout toll it is imposs)5i1bh
to) br1ing w~.iatr qulia'kly to li th )! tu
1oi and14 It) mainitini hxi- tempxleratutre
w hich k'a'?. Itha' glass jarl from(t ('om1-*
ne 44t hi- lhlmie andi :so proavi'nts
re''xast Wlhiatl 4.01nn1lg iln 2|:1 3 ;b)
not4 saeni j. 4rl' 'mxpliete'y whlile thei \ag
will ernkcl wh~enl tile w~ater betins to)
boil1. The glass-toil jaris with irel
clamps i; st to tise for intetrmit'
pr)cess, thait is rook Ing one hour thle
secondlxi and th b d days. as youl only
have to raiise' thet'bot tom clamp) I. ('lose
jarls compliletely as soon as remo)ved
The veretnablna that we seem to have
an abundance of just now are beans
anl corn, therefor' *. foibvin. gov
I'rnm10ent 'teipes are offerod:
StrIng [eans--For canling, onlV
well-sorted. young. tenler bean.;
should be used. String the beans and
cut in two-inch lengths. Put in thi'
bags, and drop Into bolling water five
to eight muinutes: remove and plutnge
into cold brinIe. made by using in ta
lespoon of sale to gallon of water.
This tends to destroy certain bacteria
that cannot be destroyed in cans, and
also to fix the color. Pack in jars,
add level teaspoon of salt. or salt
sugar mixture, nill jars with water.
Cook two hours at boiling tempera
ture, or one and one-half hours first
day and one hour second day for
quart Jars. Half-gallon jars should
be cooked longer period.
Corn--Much deponds upon careful
selection of tender, juicy corn before
it reaches a starchy stage. It shouail
be canned immediately after bein.
pulled. Blanch on cob five minutes.
'Cut: pack in jars to within one inch
of to'.; add salt and sugar seasoning
and cover with clear water. Paddle
to :allowx water to go to bottom of jar.
('ook pint jars for 1 1-2 hour.s first
day, and I hour on the two succeeding
days, raising the clasps during each
processing. Take every precaution to
have good rubbers.
I have a supply of "Home 'anning
of Fruits and Vegetables" which I
shall be glad to furnish anyone de
siring the bulletin. I shall be glad
to assist In any way I can, any house
keeper or any commun; ity who desires
hel) in canning and drying of fruits
The Joy of Livinr.
To enjoy life we must have gool
health. No one can reasonably hope
to get much real pleastre out of life
when his bowels are elogged a good
share of the tine and the poisons that
should be expelled are absorbed into
the system. producing headache and
indigestion. A few doses of Chamber
lain's Tablets will move the bowel ,
strengthen the digestion andz1 givo you
a chance to realize the real joy of liv
ing. Try it.
LESS WHiskEY: MORE COAL.
Nittlotial Prohibition \lsninto Necewi
ty. Says Operatorm
Was ingan July% ! :.--d :nodialto
ni atin-wide' !roii iIon i. ab.Olutely
n)eceIssary i ' *xt ra I)t),-)00.000 tons
*)f seaI ai y'ear neond.i :w the 'ount:y
1 a" 'ln I;ermatly is to Ie m inaed.
h'i 'Admmstator ritllas o
i'1fo: by i 12hel a '*)%- .Ass ocI ie
'1-tion. A' :'0r2ntin b' 'Iitti Ou opert
lor; .odilt-11z1Z 00 00 : I-n fa a
to I lai' 1h- a
I i ll ,1- I r 'a +1! 1) Itr ln
'lat a tl - is 't io - ll)r tdon' Wil 't'n f.e
U * -'l! :I N t io n , )11010 ' iW n i
tin 'a'e sttm )O ' ' 2n5l th fb uoyia
'' .01:1 11 -> ?n o of* 1 1 -p Wa .1 ::
' * w 1y:a r i vot j !i .)I hto ti
i'oths ->eo' an h I :titil ni' \toa ti''s
T hel lto ttito trOi aleliii3 - lt . n a'tan
:'anstimat:n Iutailing oal troulstin
his st, ive hs aom to eIinte it
fo y'oru is f o he 'a 1bstn-ilirassen~'l
cie Nation aa)l ','oa! Te Asoiiny ios
athe 1' . ie ntorh.o eaos,'a l
of~A)ri a 'o r th 104 .ita lIo !ios.
fo toach 'Itroubls. biisn s at nda
cosstitton IfV you. haef tonueso
thioac, Ii vethe ant trwi an reali/.
cor yosi lfa once.afis-asmd
cold, breat bddfor o soe, oycot
Pih'efr ndbols arct: once.~t ata;
''rutlo~ther '' ocilt s't at uraillyt
i-cst andato pei sh. e'' aaic togu ris
a ted; g''thisa is a se ignt ts litatl
cenin It oance. or llte.Alt
Whegien litlayss ales foeish, fuill o
itt1,o s lee Ot et l( ttill'' .a sk
ayo-uhr drgistrfora, r1)0embe' of '(tlo
tti Itis at howy tieansionia ["g1
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Advorwl tsor Pintingl Clo ln
Come in and make your selection for that
fall suit and overcoat while you can have
the advantage of a full line of high class
woolens to select from.
Mr. Summers, Representing
THE GRIFFON TAILORING CO.,
Is Here Today and Tomorrow, (Wednesday
Come in and look,'4iese samples over; you
may find the ve piece of- goods you have
been looking or"
Minter Co.'s Man Shop
Style, Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed
I want to buy good sound mules;
weight 950 up, ages 4 years up.
No blemnishe'- mules wanted.
Bring them dget..the cash for
them and save your feed.
GOOD PRICES PAID
J. G. DAVIS
At W. P. Childress & Son's Sale Stable