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'febrafk frir urmt mmn for tk>t I* lamo, adyrbSc. Likehr iVs yoor kidneys.'A cold or strain ofttimes congests 1 ' the Iddneye and slows them np. That r>-' ? jftv ho the reason (or that nasjging f.'CS-Jjs haekasha, those sharp pains, that tired, v'-" worn-out feeling. Yon may have head. aches and dizzy spells, too, with aanoyt v. /fag bladder irregularity. Use Doawt xldney Fills. They have helped thontV 'Sands. A$k your neighbor! * A North Carofina Cam ">9.lT. Powell. 1125 t AlMmnrle St., Tar- tj&J Sl "fhad* the grip J V ]H and since then I S=*| SfV W-J r suffered with back- u!aai^ 1/ W4m ache and pains gBMI'-i across my kidneys. sT^S\J>rA Standing so much JXJglBr during the day ?T'M V made my back =3 |H weak and I often |i(/(jjjcf had to sit down Bin Wil and rest. When I iff \ Jh stooped to lift any- ?T I I d? thing, sharp pains went through my back and I was in t?retty bad shape. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they put me in good shape." Qet Doea'a at Aay Store, ?0e a Bo* DOAN'S vsisy v\4ns%jn tan nttntl AA DVTCTAI A M V Run-down?Blood Impoverished Richmond, Va.?"When I was a girl I became all run-down, my blood #was lmpoverishedand my complexion became sallow. I also suffered from indigestion and conwaa extremely nervous and as mlserable as one could be when Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery was recommended to me. I took about four bottles and Borne of the 'Pleasant Pellets' with it. After taking these medlclneB I was in better health and felt better than I had for several years."?MRS. C. N. OLIVER, 908 N. 27th St. All druggists sell Medical Discovery, liquid or tablets. A Limited Clientele. A lady render In Ilronkllnc sends us the following: "My little boy was naughty just before Christinas and I said to him, 'Santa Claus only comes to good children.* "'Huh!' he snorted. 'If he did he wouldn't have to hurry much to get around.'" A Waggish Mlas. Madge?"Jack remarked that I have my father's eyes." Mabel?"Wasn't he mean to call you pop-eyed?" \ ^ V Jt Comfortable, Healthful Nights for Baby follow the use of the safe, pleasant, purely vegetable, guaranteed non-alcoholic. non-narcotic preparation MRS.WINSLOWS SYRUP Tbc Infants' and Children's Regulator Modical skill haa never doviscd a safer or more satisfactory remedy for ovoreomlnir colic, diarrhoea, flatulency, constipation and similar disorders. Thousands of pnrontaowe baby abounding health to Mrs. Winslow's Syrup. They And It never falls to bring quick and gratifying results. Ploasant to : take, plcssant to glva. Open publishad ; formula appears on every label. j Acid Stomach for 10 Years NOW A DIFFERENT WOMAN Emrnostly Praisos Eatonlo "My wife was n grent sufferer from neld Rtonnich for 10 years," writes II. D. Crlppen, "but fs a different woman since taking En tonic." SufTerers from acid stomach?let Entonlc help ypju also. It quickly takes up and cnrrles'out tjhe excess acidity and gases and makes the stomach cool and comfortable.' You drgest easily, get the full strength from your food, feel well nnd strong, free from bloating. belching, food repeating, etc. Big box costs costs oaiy a trifle with your druggist's guarantee.' HOW DOCTORS TREAT COLDS AND THE FLU First Step in Treatment Is a Brisk Purgative With Calotabs, the 1 Purified and Refined Calomel \ Tablets that are Nausea* \ less, Safe and Sure. f Doctors Lave found by < experience \ that do medicine for colds and influenza can bo depended upon for full ?ffectlvcness until tho liver is made thoroughly active.' That is why the first top in tho treatments the now, nausea* less colomel tablets enllod Calotabs. Which nro free from tho sickening and weakening effects of the old style calomel. Doctors also point out the fact that an active liver may go a Jong way ' towards preventing influenza and la one or the most important factors in enabling iho patient to successfully withstand an attack and ward off pneumonia. One Calotab on the tongue at bed time with a swallow of water?that's all. No salts, no nausea nor the sllghty nterforcnee with your ehtihg, pleasor work. Next morning your eold vanished, yonr liver is aetive. yonr !>m is purified, and you are feeling with a hearty appetite for br?*kDmggista sell Calotabs only in inhl pealed packages, price thirtyconti. Your money will be cheefr refunded if vo* do not find thaas fhtfuL?(Adv.) "if Improved Roads MUCH MONEY FOB IMPROVING Over $400,000,000 Expended on Rural Roads and Bridges During Calen. dar Year ef 1919. 4 (Prepared by the United States Depart* ment of Agriculture.) During the calendar year 1919. 46 States of the Union expended over $400,000,000 on their rural roads and bridges, the bureau of public roads of the United States Department of Agriculture recently announced. This total is made up of the actual cash expenditures for such Items as labor, materials, supervision and administration. amounting to $889,455,931, apd Cedar Creek Concrete Bridge at Louisville, Ky. convict labor and statute labor, the value of which, not definitely known, Is estimated at about $132,000,000. So far as possible, all expenditures on city streets within Incorporated towns and cities and all Items of sinkingfund payments or the redemption and Interest payments on road and bridge bonds have been excluded. The road and bridge expenditure? for 1010 show an Increase of approximately 33 1-3 per cent over those of 1018 and 70 per cent over those of 1014. More striking, however, is the Increase In the proportion of the totnl funds supervised by the several state highway departments. In 1018 the expenditures by or under the supervision of the state highway departments amounted to $117,285,208, while the locnl road funds, over which they exercised no control whatever, amounted to $108,812,025. In 1010, however, the state highway departments supervised the expenditure of $200,202,094 us nguinui lMil total Of $18i),lU3,237 expended by the local road and bridge authorities. TREES BEAUTIFY OUR ROADS Enthusiasm Displayed All Over Country in Campaign for "Roads of Remembrance." Motor travelers all over the country have stimulated n contagious Interest In planting trees hy the roadsides. The Federation of Women's Clubs, which was one of the tlrst national organizations to assist In this work, litis planted many trees along sections of the Lincoln highway, writes Victoria Faher Stevenson In Sinclair'^ Magazine. Today It is beautifying many roads by planting trees In memory of the men who served In the Wo-Id war. In fact, enthusiasm for roadside tree planting is evident all over the country in the widespread Interest which is taken in "ltouds of Itoincinbrnnoe." Patriotic and civic organizations, women's ciuhs ami hoy scouts' units are providing miles of roadway with younj: oaks and elms. These sturdy trees, which will perpetuate the memory of the men who took up arms for America are also giving the roads beauty and individuality. Perhaps the most unique work of this character which is reported by the American Forestry association is being done in Georgia around the city af Macon. There the woman's auxiliary of the chamber of commerce Is planting a huge cross of trees in honor of the men and women who went to war from their vlclnitp. NUT TREES ALONG HIGHWAYS Michigan Is First State to Offer Reward for Beautifying Its Improved Roadways. Michigan Is the tirst state to offer a reward for planting nut trees beside highways. In Europe the profit from roadside nut trees assists in maintaining roads. Roadside aViit trees abroad are protected from vandalism by public sentiment, and this is true of the nut orchards in tlie principal centers of production in this country. Much Money for Roads. Great liritain is expending $140,000.000 a year on highways. Improve by Dragging. Frequent dragging of n dirt road, with tlx' Kini; machine, not only maintains the proper curvature necessary for drainage, hut develops a hard, well-packed wearing surface ami a firm base, with the result that the road constantly Improves instead of deteriorating. Fines for Overloading. Fines ranging from $25 to $100 are Imposed on offenders who drive overloaded motortrucks on highways in Pennsylvania. Trucks as Public Carriers. Motortrucks moved 1,200 ooo.nnn tons of freight In the United States last year. They were second only to the railroads as public carriers. Woodlot Deserves Care. A woodlot Is jutkt as deserving of care and good treatment as Is the garden, the orchard or the pet horse. 8ee Hole In Doughnut. Leaving the farm machinery oat In the field all winter helps the furmer to ee only the hole In the doughnut* . HOW WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE May Escape the Dreaded Sufferings of that Period by Taking Mrs. Block's Advice Hopkins, Minn.? "During Change of Life I had hot flashes and suffered for BBnnp|MHtwo years. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham's iVegctablo ComhF I pound advertised in ^ I the paper and got Igood results from ip ; I taking it. I recomE Hk J mend your medicine m to my friends and Ki||||jBfc<v ^you may publirh Be : n . iflfll this fact as a testinr #^Tm::?Kmonial.Mrs.RoBi siP!?* Block, Box 542, Mb&aP" / Iw^pUir,. Minn. It has been said that not one woman in a thousand passes this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying ana sometimes painful symptoms. Tnose dreadful hot flashes, sinking spells, spots before the eyes, dizzy spells, nervousness, aro only a few of the Bymptoms. Every woman at this age should profit by Mrs. Block's experience and try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComKund will help you, write to Lydia EL nkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., about your health. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. tetedj/ LUCKY STRIKE cigarette. Flavor is sealed in by toastir^ WHEN RHEUMATISM HITS YOU HARD! Sloan's Liniment should be kept handy for aches and pains WHY wait for a severe pain, an ache, a rheumatic twinge following exposure, a sore muscle, sciatica, or lumbago to make you quit work, when you should have Sloan's Liniment handy to help curb it and keep you active, and fit, and on the job? Without rubbing, for it penetrates, apply a bit today to the afflicted pant. Jsotethe gratifying. clean .prompt relief that follows. Sloan s Liniment couldn't keep its'many thousands of friends the world over if it didn't make good. That's worth remembering. All druggists? three sizes ? the largest is the most economical. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Sloans LinimentSp The Seed* That Succeed hY \4 Introductory Offer IKJ\ r"Q Introduce our new 1921 Y \ ?LUttgl / j cutaloK we will send with NA^fiSflfpTSi/ " to those who send us luc, "rD^ one packet each of Itol(iano'i Scarlet (ilobe HtatlIsh, liirlj Fortune Cucumber, New Stone Tomato, Ilolgluno's Keatherbloom Asters. Itolgiuno's tilunt Flowered Zinnias, Capitol Waved Spencer Sweet l'ens. A VAU'ABLK COl'PON Bent with this first order will be accepted as 26c cash payment when returned with any future order of $1.00 or more. CATALOG FREK A post card will bring this Interesting book with beautiful colored covers. If you do not wish to accept the above order. F. W. BOLOIANO A CO., Washington, D. C. 1018 11 8t.. N W. The Nation's Capital For CROUP, COLDS, " INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Mother! ihosld keep a |a< * Brsme't Vapow?atka Balrt coarrnlent When Creep. Isluewa or Fnssmonla threaten# this dcllf htfal !&) mbbeS wall ls*o tfcs throat, cheat and owlet lbs arm a sill teller! lbs cboklnf. break ooof eatloo sad promote rsatfml ileap. wax nor sum Tnt clothes JOe, 64c, tar) $1^0 al tSJrat stent sr Mat pnprijlf BramaDrugCo^^N^VilkesHoro^N^t^ j WANTED by reliable Fish and Oyster Dealer to solicit orders this Spring on commission basis. Excellent opportunity for live wire to work up a good side line. For particulars write J. T. White & Co., Norfolk, Va., giving reference. Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Seap 2Sc, 0intlaent 25 ud 50c, TaIcob 25c. wT N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 8-1921. ORCHARD I NEWS HANDY PROTECTOR FOR TREES * Laths Fastened to Galvanizsd Wires Keep Away Rabbits and Prevent Sun Scald. A handy protector to keep rabbits away from young trees may be made by fastening four or five laths to two galvanized wires by the use of small staples, says a writer in Michigan Farmer. One end of the wire Is bent In the form of a hook while the other iJ ;; ! C i?| i?| i p| m 1 1 * 5 f* ? < V 1 f M > i 5 8 'i \ ^ ? 4* ? 4" ? 4 ? 4* - " ~*-3 JK . '? * I f\ ft || r. A Handy Tree Protector. Is made In a loop. These "hooks and eyes" allow the protector to he put on and taken off with ease. Besides protecting the trees from the rabbits, the laths also protect them from sun scald. WHERE SURPLUS FRUIT GOES , American Apples Shipped to 80 Different Countries-^ Demand for Oranges and Lemons. Despite the greater consumption of fruits In the United States during the past 10 years, there has been a material increase In American fruit exports, while Imports have decreased. According to ligures compiled by the bureau of markets. United States De- j partment of Agriculture, the average | yearly exports of dried and fresh fruits J for the pre-war period 1010-1014 were i approximately 004,011,000 pounds. With two low years the average for the period 1015-1910 was 518,259,000 pounds, an Increase of 2.0 per cent. The 1010-1914 Imports averaged 252,708,000, as compared with 10*0,321,000 pounds for 1015-1919, showing an annual decrease of 57 per cent since 1914. The fresh fruit export trade of the United States Is chiefly in apples, lent- j ons, and oranges; and of dried fruits, j apples, apricots, peaches, prunes, and raisins. The Imports of fresh fruits are of bananas, grapes, lemons, and | oranges; and of dried fruits*, currants, | dates, tigs, olives and raisins. American apples are sent to 80 dif- , ferent countries, reaching all parts of i the globe. There is a constantly Increasing demand for American lemons j and oranges, Canada and the United Kingdom being the largest purchasers. The decline in imports of grapes j Is accounted for by the rapid development of the grape industry in America. The same reason is given with regard to lemons. In pre-war days as i much as 150,000,000 pounds of lemons : were imported annually from Italy, but j the Imports have declined greatly with the increase In American production, j Several million pounds of oranges used j to be imported from Jamaica, Mexico, j and Italy. l?ut very few are now ; brought Into this country. IMPORTANCE OF PLANT FOOD j Something Else Besides Pruning and Spraying Needed for Maximum Crop of Apples. i We are finding out that It take* ! .something more than a pruned and j sprayed tree to produce n maximum j crop of apples, and that If a continuous \ crop of apples Is expected, there must j be ample plant food to produce a thrifty growth every year. Manure or clover or sweet clover plowed under naturally keeps the soil j full of humus and In fit condition to 1 hold moisture, and besides supplies I considerable amounts of desirable I plant food. Rut orehardlsts havej I found that some quickly available fer- j tlllzer applied in the spring Just ! before the trees bloom will make j a heavy wood foliage growth, thus ' Insuring larger and better flavored fruit. DYNAMITING FOR TREE HOLES Blasting Regarded as Desirable Only in Soils Underlaid With Impervious Hardpan. Some orchard growers use dynamite I to blast out the holes for trees. This Is i regarded as especially desirable only 1 In soils underlaid with an Impervious ! hardpan or those In which their coin- ' pactness makes digging slow and < ditllcult. The dynamite should he j used only when the ground Is dry. ; When the soil Is filled with water the ; explosion of the dvnnmlte forms a Jug-shaped cavity about the size of a j barrel In which the soil Is very loose. | When the tree is planted the settling j of the loose soil allows the trees to j drop considerably deeper than they should he set. Buy Seed This Fall. Farmers who are buying clover seed next year In mnny Instances can probably save money by purchasing the seed this fall rather than waiting until next spring to do so. The farmer who selects and marks his seed corn In the field usually has the best results because he can compare It with other stalks as to growth, etc. Oat? are so chaffy that they are not considered a good food for pigs. DODSDN WARNS CALOMEL USERS I It's Mercury! Attacks the Bones, Salivates and Makes You Sick. There's no reason why a person should toko sickening, salivating calomel when a few cents buys a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone?a perfect sunstttute for calomel. It Is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver Just as surely as calomel, but It doesn't make you sick and enn not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because It Is perfectly harmless. Calomel Is a dangerous drug. It Is mercury and attacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today and you will feel weak, sick nnd nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone Instead and you will wake up feeling great. No more biliousness, constipation, sluggishness, headache, coated tongue ?r sour stomach. Your druggist says If you don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than horrible calomel your money Is waiting for you. ?Adv. The Way of It. "The doctor detected at once the incipient fever in my husband's system." "Then It must have been the spotted fever." DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. A few cents buys "Danderlne." After u few applications you cannot And a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every lmir shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance.?Adv. Setting the Pace. "How is your hired girl about plates and dishes?" "(Ill, she breaks the record." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOItIA, that famous old remedy for Infants uud children, and see that It Signature of In Use for Over 110 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Women are now eligible to win the V. ('. rm taemrmnrnamaemi FEN T RADE MARK ^ "F S R Water Power and \ DEBATE in the house over the Roosevelt-Sequoia National park bill brought to the surface the light between the water-power Interests and defenders of the national parks. This bill provides for the enlargement of Sequoia and the change of name to Roosevelt. The water-power interests are desirous of getting water-power permits on waters flowing west out of the proposed addition, as the power can be easily delivered to lhicltlc coast cities. Under the new water-power I act the water-power commission may Kraut permits in all public lands, IncludinK national parks. A hill to amend this act by excludlnK the national parks has been Introduced. The ltoosevelt-Sequola hill came up A Federal Library 1 TlIKItK Is a hill pending in congress to provide for a library information service in the bureau of education. Senator McI.eun of Connecticut spoke In favor of the hill the Other day and said, among other things : "The hill proposes to make available to the federal government the services of the libraries of tin* United States as centers for the dissemination of infornmtion prepared by the government for the people. The libraries are especially titled to place j government printed matter before the people, because they are supported by | Spohn's D IO/ I I" the on<i tniltiipi-ni (end F~F> ?)?! tllseasea union* horn Y**V / OI '"r lu"r,, than twei V^ViiC^iK/O / merit hh a medicine V*r5' jhWyy live stock men In A rO/ anil 11.15 per bottle. Hl'tllO 1 ?nitli roams hut otico, hut it' you I lutvo property the taxes come early 1111(1 oftfll. For speedy and effective action Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" han no aiiuul. One dose only will clean out Worms or Tapeworm.?Adv. I.ileritry men reseiuhle liens. The initlior lays a plot ami the publisher sits on it. rufef c\fT /^r-^ \ ltiDs^i^y 6 Bell-ans i lOSll2W Sure Relief be ll-ans Ba# FOR INDIGESTION KI.1XIH IIA HICK A (iOOl) TONIC And Drives Miliaria Out of tlie System. "Your * 11 a b e k * nets like manic; I have Riven It to numerous people In my parish who were sufferlnif with chills, malaria and fever. I recommend It to those who are sufferers and In need of a Rood tonic."? I j Rev. S. Szymaninvskl. St. Stephen's church. I I Perth Amhoy. N. J. I".ll*lr llnhek, all driiRRlsts or l?y Parcel l'osl. nren.ild from Kloczewskl & Co., Washington.' i). C. I f^yl ':- // < jfv 1. fc \* V V ^ whs* |j Mai i bigger i better" p or i fewer 1 wii i lessj | F. S. Roystei H Norfolk, Va. Richmond, Va. L] fll Charlotte, N. C. Washingtc 4 Spartanburg, S. C. Atlanta, Ci wj Montgomery, Ala. Baltlm ? the National Parks on the unanimous consent calendar t and Smith of Idaho, who Is champlOOIng the bill which grants an Irrigation reservoir site iu Yellowstone National park, promptly objected to its consideration. lie withheld his objection while Ktston of California set forth various changes that he was ready to make to meet objections and added: "I would further state that, in regard even to the use of the waters in this additional area, that subject is covered by the water-power act, and all those waters are now available for [ e* use under the administration of the water-power commission. I hope that this statement will satisfy the gentleman that all bis basic objections to this bill have been met. Unless he i? opposed to the general proposition of adding a new wonderland of alpine scenery to an existing park he should permit this bill to be considered at tills time." After some debate Smith of Idaho said: "On general principles I am opposed to tying up iu a national park any public lands which might be used me conservation ot water ror irrigation purposes or uiiuht he used for the development of water power; and 1 therefore object." t ' Information Service more accurate to estimate tlie waste l:i government ptihlieatIons to be nearly a million dollars a year.' If for $18,700, the cost of the service, which is about on | lifty-fourtli of a million. IN EVERY STABLE istemper Compound utble Tonicity for contagious unit lufecttous on nml mules. Its success an n preventive PtPKK, 1'INK EYK. COt GIIH anil t'Ol.HH lty-atx yearn In the highest tribute to Ua It In endorsed by tho bent horsemen nml merlca. ltuy It of your ilrugKlat. 60 cents I MEDICAL. CO., Goshen. I tub. U. 8. A. Cabbage Plants for Sale Orown In open air on sea count of South Carolina. They arc the (lrvnt plant* this season wo ever grew. We are anxious to udd some new names to our mailing list. Send us so mo names of your neighbors and their addresses, who you think will want to buy Cabbuge Plants thin season, and we will ship you 1,000 Cabbage Plants for $1.60, 6.000 for $6.25 or 10.000 for $10.00. P. O. B. here, by express. We have Karly Jersey Wakeflelds. Large Type Wakefield* and Suo* cessions. Address all orders to MEGGETT PLANT CO. P. O. Box 22 Meggett, S. C. Younpan lIARKrfik .-^BARBER TRADE^^VTW. AND 31 /NO IF* NO AN Tf JF I I ' ^ best Bahmr. CxiTiX CHARLOTTE MRAER CGIIECI x?*&r 40 I.TSAOI XT.. CMAniOTTt.N C. t /P[ 1^1 II K MSTITCH I NO and ri(OTIN(i ATT AC IK* MKNT. Woi ks on any sew tin; machine. $2.50 Self -Threading Needle* 26c Package. Mutual Sales Company. Ilox !?34. Charlotte. N C. STOCKS AM) BONOS?We trade on commission only listed, unlisted securities. Writs your wants and offer*. tl I.. HI? MM Kit A CO.. Box 1CI. r.ltKKNVII.l.E, S C. White Leghorn Uaby CItick*?Bred right, hatched right, priced right. Your address <|Ul(*k. please Hess Hatchery. Mt. Clinton, Va. K REM OLA It 11 kill U lori Co., 2073 Mtchlctn Avtnut, ChictfS YIELDS I GRADES I ACRES 8 < :h 1 .ABOR r Guano Co. mchburg,Va. Tarboro, N.C. in, N. C. Columbia, S. C. i. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga* iora, Md. Toledo, Ohio.