THE ROWAN RECORD, CHINA GROVE, N. C,
Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluaaish
Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Uver Tone."
tJgh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
- day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
vhich causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
Vuh sour bile crashes into it, break
ir,g it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish- and "all knocked out," if
vour Iiver is tonM and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
ftomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a. spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK?
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect It.
Nature warn you when the track of
health is not clear. Kidney and bladder
troubles cause many annoying symptoms
and great inconvenience both day and
Unhealthy kidneys may cause lumbago,
rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pain
cr dull ache in the back, joints or mus
cle", at times have headache or indiges
tion, as time passes you may have a sal
, low complexion, JAfly ' or dark circles
under the eyes, sometimes feel as though
you had heart trouble, may have plenty
of ambition but no strength, get weak
and lose flesh.
If such conditions are permitted to
continue, serious results may be expect
ed; Kidney. Trouble in its very worst
form may steal upon you.
Prevalency of Kidney Disease,
Most people do not realize the alarm
SPECIAL NOTE You may obtain a sample size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. This gives you the opportunity
to prove the remarkable merit of this medicine. . They will also send you a book of
valuable information, containing many ei the thousands of grateful letters received
from men and 4women who say they found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed
in kidney, liver and bladder troubles. The value and success of Swamp-Root are so
well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample size bottle. Address Dr.
Kilmer c Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing be sure and mention this paper.
To Look at Only.
"I think this clock is perfectly love
ly," said the fair customer, "but will
it keep time?"
"Madame," replied the salesman
coldly, "it would be as much as my
reputation is worth to sell you a clock
that would keep time. This is an an
tique shop, and nothing modern is tol
erated here." St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Obstinate attacks of Piles are relieved
and the difficult stools which accompany
them are softened through the use of
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. Send for
trial box to 372 Pearl St.. New York. Adv.
"Well, they can't say the new em
press of .Austria is crazy like others
in the imperial family."
"Perhaps not, but to look at her
pompadour in her pictures must make
many suspect she has rats."
A Quick" Decider.
Clerk The firemen turned the hose
on our basement, sir, and drenched two
piles of that silk dress goods.
Merchant Advertise a big sale of
watered silk right away.
Sore Byes, Blood-Shot Eyes, Watery Eyes,
Sticky Eyes, all healed promptly with night
ly applications ol Roman Eye Balsam. Adv.
To Be Expected.
"I know a fellow who is cheerful and
contented, and yet he has met with
nothing but reverses since he started
"What is he a philosopher?"
"No; he is a-circus acrobat.
By Those Who Got Left.
"Has your rich uncle's will been
"Yes, and also reprobated." Boston
Cause and Effect.
"Bliffins is a true son of the soil."
"Is that why he always looks so
Indigestion Is very often caused by
woman's inhumanity to man.
For the traveler the besj guidebook
Is a checkbook.
There wu a tittle lawyer in, who femtly Bailed as
be hefmnker dear dead twbud't will Mteaa. andtttak
i( l hit aeaiot fee, be aaid to ber quite tenderly "Ta
have a alee 'tat leficv ' " . Next moraine at ha lay a bad
with pUetera ea hit brakes head, be wondered what the
denee he'd end.
The only lefacy left to ton people is a aoor ttoaacb
with a teadeacy to ervoas indigestion, or dyspepsia
sad that dose companion of the disorder called con
, stipmtioo. For more Una halt a century a ready reaatdy
in countless tboasaads of households is every ctoe
has been successfully used for the relief
of stomach and liver troubles all over
the civilized world. All druggists or
dealers everywhere have it in 25c. and
75c. sizes. Try it and see for yourself.
A toilet preparatioi of merit.
, Helps to eradicate dandruff.
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair,
ovc ana lw ac imiggigta.
KODAKS & SUPPLIES
We also do highest class of finishing;.
Prices and Catalogue upon request.
S. Galeski Optical Co., Richmond, Va.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 53--1916.
YOU SICK, UGH!
MERCURY AND SALIVATES
straighten you right up and make you
leei fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the store and
geVyour money. Dodson's Liver' Tone
Is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your slug,
gism liver to work and clean your bow
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle J Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep your entire family feel
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe
and they like its pleasant taste. Adv.
ing increase and remarkable prevaleney
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are among the most common dis
eases that prevail, they are almost the
last recognized by patients, ttho usually
content themselves with doctoring the
effectst while the original disease may
constantly undermine the system.
If you feel that your kidneys are the
cause of your sickness or run down con
dition, try taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the famous kidney, liver and blad
der remedy, because as soon as your kid
neys improve, they will help the other
organs to health.
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles at all drug stores.
Don't make any mistake but remember
the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., which
you will find on every bottle.
"Mv tvifo ocL-orl ma ti-riaf T urn a
most anxious for as a Christmas pres
"Did you tell her "
tively crazy for a pair of lace parlor
The Right Kind.
"Where can I find some good cur
"Try those manuals of electricity."
HEAL YOUR SKIN TROUBLES
With Cuticura, the Quick, Sure and
Easy Way. Trial Free
Bathe with Cuticura Soap, dry and
apply the Ointment. They stop Itch
ing instantly, clear away pimples,
blackheads, redness and roughness, re
move dandruff and scalp irritation,
heal red, rough and sore hand as
well as most baby skin troubles.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"I like that young fellow, Mr.
Smarty, who is coming to see you,
Matilda. He is a man aftu- my own
"Indeed he isn't, then, pa. Ha's
"I had the unique experience of see
ing a drawn battle the other day."
"A pugilistic encounter?"
"No; a tea fight."
MOTHER'S JOY SALVE
for Colds, Croup, Pneumonia and
Asthma ; GOOSE GREASE LINIMENT
for Neuralgia, Rheumatism aart
Sprains. For sale by all Druggists.
GOOSE GREASE COMPANY, MFR'S,
Greensboro, N. C. Adv.
Horrors of War.
First Trarilp Dis war is a curse,
Second Tramp It's orful, Jake!
Every freight car loaded full o' ammu
nition! Not a good, comfortable
"empty" anywhere to be found!
"I call my yacht the Milkmaid."
"I suppose that isjbecause she skims
Liquor has caused many a strong
man's downfall. It is easy for his wife
to knock him out when he is loaded.
Dr. Peery'a "Dead Shot" not only expel
Worms or Tapeworm but cleans out the
mucus in which they breed and tonea up
the digestion. One dose sufficient. Adv.
"What did the surgeon do when he
started to vaccinate the regiment?"
"I suppose he ordered them to pre
"Birds of a feather flock together.'
"Exactly ; swallows generally are
found associated with larks."
Too many girls regard marriage as
a lark instead of a frantic leap in the
Wireless waves have been utilized
to light and extinguish gas lamps in
There is a possibility that skirts will
Sold for 47 years. For
Malaria, Chills & Fever.
Also a Fine General
60c and $1.00 at all
Jf v Jr U 2
RAISE FUNDS FOR HIGHWAYS
Important Saving Effected by Issuing
Good Road Bonds on Deferred
(From the United States Department of
People of a county intending to
raise funds for highway improvement
would do well to consider the advan
tages to them of the deferred serial
plan over the ordinary sinking-fund
plan of retiring long-term bonds. Un
der the serial plan, a certain amount
of bonds is retired each year and the
bonds so retired cease to be an in
terest charge on the community. Un
der the sinking-fund plan none of the
bonds is retirable until the end of a
definite period, and the entire sum
raised bears interest for the entire
life of the bond. The county, there
fore, pays interest on the money so
borrowed and in addition sets aside
each year as a sinking fund an amount
sufficient to retire all the bonds .when
they become due. The sinking fund
is deposited with banks and earns.
some interest. This interest ordi
narily la only three per cent, whereas
the county has to pay five or six pei
cent to its bondholders. The serial
plan is a much cheaper method of
raising money for road improvement,
even when the sinking fund earns in
terest as high as four per cent, and
in the opinion of the road specialists
of the department should be utilized
whenever it is possible to market se
In a study of the road bond issues
of several counties, J. E. Penny
backer and M. O. Eldridge of the divi
sion of road economics, office of public
roads and rural engineering, found
that the serial plap, if it had been
adopted by several counties, would
have saved the taxpayers in one
county $154,269, in another county
$80,702, and in a third county $65,367
over the other plan with a sinking
fund bearing interest at three per
cent. With a sinking fund earn
ing four per cent, the saving
would have run as high as $72,288
in one of these counties. These con
clusions appear in the recently pub
lished Department Bulletin 393, Eco
nomic Surveys of County Highway Im
provement. The following concrete examples
are taken from this bulletin :
"In Dallas County, Ala., the bonds
amounted to $350,000, payable in 30
years at five per cent. Assuming the
sinking fund to bear three per cent in
terest, as set forth in the chapter on
Dallas county, the total financial bur
den to the county for interest and the
liquidation of the bonds during the
30-year period will be $745,702.80. An
equal amount of bonds at the same
rate of interest, if issued under the
deferred serial bond method, with the
first bonds payable six years from the
date of issuance and an equal amount
payable each year thereafter for 24
years, would cost the county at the
end of 30 years $665,000, or a differ
ence, as compared with the sinking
fund method, of $80,702; If four per
cent could 6e realized on the sinking
fund instead of three per cent, the
saving for the deferred serial plan
over the sinking-fund plan would still
"Lauderdale county, Mississippi,
which issued $500,000 of five and five
and one-half per cent bonds, adopt
ed the deferred serial-bond method,
with the first payment coming 11 years
from the date of issue and the last
payment 25 years. If the county had
Issued the bonds on the 5-25-year basis
the cost would have been $906,875, as
compared with the cost of the basis
adopted of $972,232, or a difference
Even in the case of a small issue
the advantage of the serial plan is
illustrated in Dinwiddie County, Vir
ginia. This county issued $105,000 of
five and six per cent bonds, payable in
30 years, but the bonds are callable
after 20 years. Assuming that they
will be retired at the end of 25 years
on the sinking-fund plan, with inter
est on sinking fund at four per cent,
the . total cost would be $218,031,
whereas if they had adopted the 6-25-year
serial method the cost would be
$201,100, or a difference of $16,931.
REMOVE STUMPS FROM FIELD
They Take Up Valuable Room and
Make Work More Difficult for
Both Man and Animal.
If you have stumps in your fields
that you have been plowing around
for years, determine to get them out
of the way this winter. They make
it harder for man and animal working
in the field, and take up valuable
Work for Hired Man.
The hired man who is worth any
thing prefers to work where the busi
ness is well planned and definitely
Methods In Disrepute.
Slipshod, haphazard, general farm
ing is in disrepute and the day of sci
entific and specialized effort has
come to stay.
The 48 states are now spending
$280,000,000 a year on good roads.
Valuable Meal for Feed.
Wastes at fish canneries can be
turned into a valuable fish meal for
feeding cattle and poultry, according
to the department of agriculture.
Supply Fresh Water.
Be sure to keep plenty of fresh wa
ter before the hens. A great amount
of wate is used to form the egg.
One Great Obstacle.
The greatest obstacle in the path of
mprovements along agricultural lines
is the habit ot not thinking.
KEEP STOCK COMFORTABLE DURING WINTER
The cattle should be stabled;
there is no strength in frosted grass
or fodder. Young cattle do better
when kept in open yards, with deep,
well-bedded sheds to go under.
Cows giving milk should be stabled
and given milk-producing food. One
of the best foods for either milch cows
or fattening cattle is dried sugar beets.
It comes in 200-pound sacks. One-half
peck of it soaked in water for a few
hours, mixed with two quarts of wheat
bran and one quart of corn and cob
meal makes an excellent morning's
meal for a cow. Some milk farmers
are feeding sugar beets, corn and
cobmeal, ensilage and mixed hay, buy
ing little grain. On this ration the
cows keep in good flesh' and give a
good quantity of milk.
Every animal should be at least
well looked at by the farmer per
sonally every day. The more care
fully lie can look at his stock the
MIGHTY POOR PLACE FOR LIVE STOCK.
better for them and himself. Give
all the food the cattle need, but al
low no waste. Feed under cover in
raeks ; fodder and coarse hay should
be cut fine, or ground, mixed with
grain and hot water in cold weather
and fed lukewarm. Fodder fed by
this method will be eaten clean and
it will last longer. The most success
ful men are the ones who either do
their own feeding every day or have
competent men to take their places.
TICK ATTACK NO. 2
The Texas-fever tick lays
from 3,000 to 5,000 eggs a year.
Ticks suck as much as 2,000
pounds of blood a year from
a 1,000-pound steer.
Ticks reduce a cow's milk 18
to 42 per cent, a loss of 7 to l-"
cents a day to the farmer.
Ticks get the benefit of every
pound of feed, hay, and concen
trates infested cattle eat.
It costs the South $50,000,000
a year to board the ticks on cat
tle. Driving cattle through ar
senical dipping baths kills
Texas-ticks and lets the animals
Louisiana and Mississippi
have made ticks illeg'al by re
quiring every county to dip all
Two hundred and ninety-four
thousand and fourteen square
miles of territory have been
freed from the cattle tick by
dipping, but 434,529 square miles
remain to be freed.
SPREAD HOG CHOLERA GERMS
Pigeons Carry Infection on Feet From
One Farm to Another and In
Unconfined pigeons flying from farm
to farm frequently carry the germs of
hog cholera on their feet and infect
a neighborhood, which is then at a
loss to understand how the outbreak
of cholera came about.
The same is true , of buzzards. On
several occasions when investigations
of sources of hog cholera infections
were made by a veterinarian the buz
zard was found to be to blame. Statis
tics published show that pigeons are
responsible for about 20 per cent of
the spread of hog cholera and it is
estimated that they caused in this way
in 1915 about $15,000,000 damage in
I he United States.
TOBACCO STEMS FOR NESTS
Make Best Material for Reason That
Mites and Lice Cannot Stand
Odor of Plant.
Tobacco stems make the best nest-
I ing material for the reason that lice
and mites cannot stand the odor of
When stems are used they should
be lightly covered with straw or ex
celsior to make them softer and to
keep the eggs from coming in contact
Peas Become Buggy.
Peas often become "buggy" in the
winter time. The standard method
of preventing infestation of grains of
all kinds is to fumigate with carbon
bisulphide. Be sure that your stored
seed Is not Injured when it is so easy
to put the bugs out of business.
Bring Back Old Orchard.
Plenty of stable manure, cultivation
and judicious pruning will almost
without exception bring back to bear
:ng the old orchard that seems to be
Keep the stables clean and well
bedded ; bedding helps to keep the
stock warm and comfortable, it saves
feed and a large quantity of excellent
manure is made. The improved steel
tie is the best halter, it gives more
freedom to the animal, it is easy, to
fasten and easy to release the animal.
Attention to Horses.
Give horses roomy stalls, bed well,
clean the stables every morning, have
the stables well lighted and ventilated.
Feed according fo work required. Bran
and cornmeal, half and half by weight,
is excellent, as winter feed, mixed in
cut hay, or unthrashed oats. Have head
halters .with weight on the end of each
strop, then there ,is no danger of horse
being cut in his stall.
Keep road horses well shod with
heavy shoes and thick caulks, that may
be sharpened whenever it is icy.
Brood sows should not be kept in
small, dirty pens and yards; give
them a small lot to exercise in ; they
need vegetable and mineral matter as
well as grain. Wheat bran and oat
meal slop is the best food.
Keep fattening hogs in warm, well
bedded pens. Old corn is the best
grain. Boiled corn is just as good
as ground, and it is a great sav
ing. It should be boiled soft
enough to crush between the finger and
thumb. Boiled corn mixed with wheat
bran is a good winter food for shoats
TILE DRAIN CHEAPEST
Much Money Wasted in Construc
tion of Open Systems.
Closed Water Course, If Properly In
stalled, Requires Very Little At
tention as Far as Maintenance
(By E. B. HOUSE, Colorado Agricultural
College, Fort Collins.)
Many farmers are laboring under
the mistaken notion that a closed
drain is much more expensive than an
open drain, and are therefore wasting
money in the construction of' many
small open drains. The fact of the
matter is, that in the majority of
cases, especially where tile less than
one foot in diameter is required, the
closed drain is the cheapest. The
slope of the banks of an open drain
should not be less than 1 to 1, and
the drain should be in most cases.
for irregular lands, at least 4 or
5 feet deep. Figuring an open drain
of this size and comparing the costof
the same with a 10-inch tile drain, we
find that they are just about equal.
The cost of the construction, how
ever, is not the only thing to be taken
into consideration, but the main
tenance of the system is also of great
importance. In the case of the open
drain, we have conditions exactly right
for the rank growth of vegetation,
and the open drain continually needs
attention. The cost of maintenance
therefore is high. The closed-tile
drain, on the other hand, if properly
installed, requires very little attention
as far as maintenance is concerned,
and in the end is cheaper than the
Open drains have their place and
ser-e their purpose well when prop
erly used, but they should be con
structed for outlets of larger drain
systems where tile would be out of
the question on account of the large
size necessary. They are, however,
entirely out of place when constructed
as lateral drains for individual
CONTINUAL WAR ON INSECTS
Hen Should Be Dusted With Good Lice
Powder at Least Once Weekly
Don't forget old "biddy" the "egi
factory." She must be dusted once i
week with a good lice powder, lice o
no lice, as an ounce of prevention
means much to the poultry keeper.
Get busy and keep busy all the time,
nghting lice and mites.
Beans Reduce Feed Cost.
Soy beans in silage are becoming
common and should prove of value in
reducing feeding costs when rough
age is -high in price.
Cut Out and Burn Canes.
All old canes of raspberries and
blackberries should be cut out and
Hotbeds for Vegetables.
Prepare hotbeds for growing lettuce
and radishes during the winter
"Wka -would he dive
for the coffee vou serve?
Like a million other wom
en, you can serve coffee that
he would give most anything
to have coffee which starts
the day "right" for all.
Everyone loves the rich
flavor of Arbuckles' Coffee.
Of all the coffees in America
today, it is by far the most
Today there are whole towns where Arbuckles
is practically the only coffee used. In one State,
alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee
was used for every man, woman and child in the
State four times as many pounds of coffee as the
population of the State ! Arbuckle Bros., New York.
HIGH PRICES A WAR BURDEN
Increased Living Cost One of War's
Horrors Neutral Nations Can
Neutral nations cannot escape some
of the burdens of world war. The in
creased cost of living is a part of the
load every neutral country is now car
rying. A compilation by the foreign
trade department of the National City
bank of New York shows that prices
in the world's markets have advanced
in general from 50 to 100 per cent
Even the most backward peoples are
taking advantage of the war situation
to exact enormous profits. For -example,
the natives of Haiti and Ja
maica, Charlton Bates Strayer writes
in Leslie's, are demanding and get
ting three times as much for their
logwood as before the war, while the
indigo growers and merchants of In
dia, Java and San Salvador are even
more grasping and are getting ten
times the former price of indigo. It
is In foodstuffs, however, that the
shoe pinches the tightest. In the Unit
ed States the high cost of food is the
most pressing problem of the hour.
The New York Association for Improv
ing the Conditions of the Poor has
found that the price of 25 staple foods
shows an advance of 30 per cent, from
November, 1915, to November, 1916.
There had been, of course, a consider
able advance prior to 1915. The Na
tional Association of Master Bakers
of America announces that of the 30,
000 bakeries in this country 20 per
cent have been compelled to go out
of business since the outbreak of the
war on account of high prices of
grains. Flour at ?20 a barrel is pre
dicted before the winter is over.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that U
Signature of CtXJyTaJit
In Use for Oyer 30 Yean.
Children Cry for Fleischer's Castoria
Nothing to It
"I'm going to smash that dude," de
clared the bad man of the camp.
"Whaffor?" demanded the sheriff.
"He's looking for trouble."
"G'wan ! Quit trying to pick a fight.
A feller never looks for trouble with a
"You Americans are terribly extrav
agant," remarked the critical man from
"Perhaps," replied Miss Cayenne.
"Some countries waste money on lux
urious food and raiment and some
squander it on protracted warfare."
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Bec&nse of its tonic and l&xatiT effect, Lsxatire
Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without
causing nerrousnesa or ringing In tbe head. Thare
is only one "Bromo Quinine." B. W. GEOVB'8
ignatnre ii on each box. 26c.
Sea of Pumice.
A steamship which recently made
the port of San Francisco reports hav
ing sailed in a sea of pumice, near
Sydney, N. S. W. Apparently the ma
terial had been cast up by . a subma
rine volcanic outbreak, and chunKs
ranging in size from that of a marble
to a plug hat were thrown on deck by
the waves. The vessel was several
hours in passing through the affected
"Do you believe in heredity?"
"Look at the cheap skates that had
"Funny discovery, wasn't it, the food
"Yhat was that?"
"That their live turkeys were a dead
One woman says: "My
husband used to swallow his
coffee and hurry off. Now we
have Arbuckles' and you'd
think it was Sunday the way
helingers over his breakfast.'
Until you try Arbuckles'
you will never know what
a difference good coffee can
make in your home.
FRESH-CRISP -WH01ES0ME-DEUCJ0 OS
THE SAKmVRY METHODS APPLIED Pt THE
MAKING OT THESl BISCUITS MAKE
STANDARD f EXCELLENCE
top PmUt tus lim. or sot h skoUL
4sk him or writs us ivta his name
CHATTANOOGA BAKERY "Jf?
Luminosity is normal in the well
known luminous beetles, including tbe
various fireflies and glow worms, and
results naturally from the oxidation of
some organic secretion. Other insects
are luminous in rare instances. Per.
J. Holroyde, vicar of Patchum, Eng
land, lately noted luminous moth,
larvae, similar to those observed once
or twice previously; and the chirono
mous a kind of gnat and the "Ian
tern beetles" of South America are
among the creatures sometimes
lighted up. The occasional luminos
ity has been attributed to disease, or
decomposition from bacterial infec
tion. To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The Systea
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and, Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out . malaria, the Irom
builds np the system. 50 cents.
His Probable Vocation.
Friend What is your baby going to
be when he grows up?
Financier A blackmailer, rm
Friend Impossible ! What makes
you think so?
Financiei' We have to give him
something every little while to keep
"Do you think there is really any
good in the proposed two-cent-and-a-half
"Certainly. Then, when you have a
nickel in church, you can give to the
foreign missions fifty-fifty."
Did you ever see a girl start any
where without waving good-by to
Ask for and Get
THE HIGHEST QUALITY
36 fyr Redpc Book fin
SKINNER MFG. CO. OMAHA, USA
INkGESr MACARONI FACTORY III AMERICA
116.00 buys a lot in our Development enterpriaa.
payments m-iaj oown oaiance monwuy. lxx. owmr
get deed to land, will control management of Com
pany and share equally in all profits of product. He
royalty to pay. We drill live wells. There is estima
ted to be thirty thousand producing oil and gas weHa
In Bastern Kansas where on r lands are located. OSi
per bbL is predicted for crude oiL This may be taw
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Barnes Bldg-. VTIcbitsw Kam.
Attention Cotton Ginners ! !
Ship us your gin motes at South Richmond aad we
will oar you one cent ner nound at ronr station far
them If they are dry ana in good condition. This
is a big saving over throwing them on the
Bicbmond Waste Co., South Richmond, Taw
Now is the time to set them. Begin bear
ing in three to four years. Add both
beauty and utility to the home. Prices
and valuable information free.
J. B. WIGHT, CAIRO, GA.
FROST PROOF CABBAGE PUNTS
Early Jersey and Charleston Wakefield, Suc
cession and Flat Dutch, by express, 500, $1.00
1,000, $1.50, 10,000, at $1.25. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Postpaid 25c per 100.
D. F. JAMISON, SUMMERVILLE, S. C
Hunt's Cure is esoeciallT
pounded for the . treatment of
Itch, Eczema, Ring' worm, and
Tetter, and is sold by the dreg
gist on the strict guarantee thai
the purchase price, Sfty cent,
will b promptly refunded tu
any dissatisfied customer. Try
Hunt's Cure at our risk. At any
drug store, or sent direct from
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO. Inc.
Dept. Z. Sherman, Texas