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Much of (be rheo- > l\Jf * ■
■•tic pain that
cornea ia damp.
changing weather is ' -
the work at nric DC_y JUr—lk
acid crystals. v\2\ \^J%A
Needles cooldnt fN j pWyfan
cut, tsarorhnrtajy j j
muscle joint :
If such attacks are
marked with head- -A/ Iff
ache, backache, dls- I
tineas and disturb- VMM (J^r
ances of the urine, VU|tU J.'-t
it's time to help the |SIH T.U.
weakened kidneys. ' -
Pills anickly help ■
- ftj.n£*2raJZ£* C t?Zj. t •ntj
verse, sad bftdftna boaa. Jlmpi-oTal i*»-
Mlr. hawerar, aadar the utof U«il Kidney
S£-TOS? -a —»l,.iSTSar.-~.
Everything comes to him who walta
He'll even get the earth when he diss.
ABACUS TUB UT» AMD rUBXFIKS
1 War toutton,driTaalialarta oat of tba blood and
MUaartbtaiMM. ▲ traa lonic. fbr adalta aei
None of ua can afford to amy all the
fool thlnga •we would like to say.
Startled by convincing evidence that
they .were the rictlma of serious kid*
ney and bladder trouble, numbers of
prominent people confeas they bars
found relief by using KURIN Kidney
and Bladder Pills. For sale by »U
medical dealers at 85c. Burwell A
Dunn Co., Mfrs., Charlotte, N. C. Adv.
Soda Lake In Africa.
In English Eaat Africa Is the rich
est bed of soda in the world. Engi
neers say that it contains 200,000.000
tons. The lake has a surface of more
than 50 square kilometers. During
the rainy season, which in this local
ity Is short. Its surface is covered
with a shallow layer of water. When
a block of soda Is taken out, another
forms, and the natives say that this
occurs so quickly that an equal
amount of soda may be abstracted for
a number of years from the same
When Sir John Carr was at Glas
gow; In the year 1807, he was asked
bjr the magistrates to give his advice
concerning the 'inscription to be'
placed on Nelson's monument, then
Just completed. The knight recom
mended this brief record: "Olasgow
to Nelson." .
"True," said the. others, "and as
there Is the town of Nelson near us.
we might add. "Glasgow to Nelson
nine miles,' so that the column might
serve for the milestone and a mopu
Willow Switches Given Away.
. The small boy whose father has
time to apply the switch should be
ware with a little more than his usual
caution. The United States govern
ment Is giving away willow switches.
The department of agriculture has
an experiment farm at Arlington, Vs.,
and some parts of It were found to be
too wet for raising ordinary crops.
Therefore the experts set willows out
la the wet places, and there has been
so smart a growth that the govern
"rnent wants to get rid of the willow
switches. It offers to give tbera away
under the guise of willow cuttings to
make baskets or bottom chairs, but
no smart boy will ever be deceived by
that kind of talk. He may be safe
only In the assurance of the govern
ment that only one hundred of the
cuttings will be given to one person.
St Paul Park Incident. -
"After drinking coffee for breakfast
I always felt languid and dull, having
no ambition to set to my morning
duties. Then in about hour or so
a weak, nervous derangement of the
heart and stomach would come over
me with such force I would frequently
have to lie down."
Tea is Just as harmful, because it
contains caffeine, the same drug found
la ooffee. >
"At other times I had severe head
aches; stomach finally •ecame affect
ed and digestion so impaired that I
had serious chronic dyspepsia and
constipation. A lady, for many years
State President of the W. C. a T. U.,
told me she had been greatly ben
efited by quitting eoffee aad using
Postum; she waa troubled for years
with asthma. She said It was no
cross to quit coffee when she found
she could have as delicious an
article as Postum.
"Another lady who had been trou
bled with chronic dyspepsia for years,
found Immediate relief on ceasing cof
fee and using Postum. Still another
friend told me that Postum waa a
Godsend, her heart trouble having
been relieved after leaving off ooffee
and taking on Postum.
"So many such cases came to my
notloe that I concluded cQffee waa the
cause of my trouble and I quit and
took ap Postum. I am more than
pleased W aay that my days of trou
ble have disappeared. lam well and
Look In pkgs. for the famous little
hook, "The Road to Wellvllle."
M Wrtr r*s tkt star* letter! A SM
saw Htm taw dtaa Ml'at'kaaltl
PRESIDENT OF STATE TRUST
COMPANY UNDER ARREST AT
HEARING IN ALABAMA COURT
Attorney General Blckett _ Arranges
Counsel For Hearing Before Gov
ernor of Alabama—Tarver Cannot
Raleigh.—News came from Birming
ham that Ector H. Smith, president
of the Btate Trust Company, Wilming
ton, wanted by the North Carolina
Corporation Commission for alleged
fraudulent banking practicea Is resist
ing extradition. Officer Bailey left
Raleigh Friday evening armed with
requisition papers to bring Smith
back. He telegraphed the autbori
tlea here that Smith had his counsel
to resist extradition and that the Gov-"
ernor of Alabama will giv4 a bearing
In the cane. It Is likely that the Cor
poration Commission or Attorney Gen
eral Blckett will arrange for compe
tent counsel to present the case for
North Carolina at the hearing before
the Alabama Governor.
Nothing further has been beard
from Vice President Tarver of the
Btates Trust Company. He and coun
sel were reported to have left Augus
ta Friday evening, presumably- for
Raleigh. His counsel, a Mr. Pierce,
was in Raleigh for a very short time
Saturday quietly Investigating the
charges against his client but gave no
indication as to the whereabouts of
Tarver. Nothing developed to indi
cate whetber or not he considered it
safe for Tarver to voluntarily come
back and fight the charges the Cor
poration Commission and citizens
have preferred against him and his
"Wet Goods" Seised by Officers.
Durham.—As a result of the oper
ation of the search and selsure law,
there are 87 gallons of whiskey, 168
bottles of beer and considerable fix
tures necessary In the dispensing Of
the above-mentioned "wet goods" stor
ed away in the couuty and city Jail
awaiting legal disposition. A few
days ago the county officers captured
a trunk and 25 gallons of whiskey, and
had the owner of the goods bound
over to Superior court The county,
officers made another raid and added
60 gallons of corn whiskey and the
alleged owner to,the collection. Not
to be outdone, the city officers raided
a small grocery store and collected
two defendants and 166 bottles of beer
The sale of whiskey is almost a thing
of the past in Durham. All the tigers
have quit, it is said, only a few boot
leggers doing a dark alley business.
Whiskey that could have been pur
chased at more than a score of places
a few weeks ago at prices ranging
from 60 cents to $1 a plat, depending
on the quality, cannot be had, it is
said, except from the bootleggers, and
the price has been doubled, almost
putting It out of the reach of the class
of people who patronise tigers, except
Want Railroads to Connect
Raleigh. Corporation Commission
ers E. L. Travis and W. "T. hsve
returned from Rockingham, where
they went to hear the petition of the
people for physical connection of the
Rockingham and the Seaboard rail
roads. The popular desire for such
connection grows out of freight advan
tages. If tlie petition is granted the
shippers of a very good trucking and
farming section will be Immensely ben
efitted. The Rockingham was repres
ented at the hearing, but the Seaboard
was not It was determined to hold
another in Raleigh April 29, at which
time the Seaboard will present its side
Whitevllle.—J. J. Hendren, of Chad
bourn, has been appointed farm dem
onstrator in this oounty for the United
Stages department of agriculture to
succeed D. F. Strole, who resigned
some time ago. Mr. Hendren statee
that he is meeting with excellent re
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Judges For Poultry Show Selected.
Charlotte.'—The governing body of
the Charlotte Poultry Association has
selected Judges for the 1913 show that
is to be held in the Auditorium In De
cember. The first of these is Mr. JT.
H. Dravenstadt of Buffalo, N. Y.,
author of well-konwn publications
adopted by the Wyandotte, Plymouth
Rock and Leghorn Clubs of America
and himself one of the foremost ex
perts in the land. Mr. Loring Brown
of Atianta, Ga., ia the second Judge,
and Mr. Percy Cook of Scotch Plains,
N. J., is the third.
To Change Rockingham Roada
Stoneville.—Commissioners of Rock
ingham county have decided to send a
part of the convict camp to this place
for the purpose of grading the public
road from here to the state line, which
ia a short distance.north of Price, N.
C. At present there are nine rail
road crossings between StoneviHe
and the state line, and, according to
the surrey made by' the county sur
veyor. S. B. Dameron, the new road
will eliminate seven of these cross
ings, tor which the railroad company
will pay the county.
FEEDING OF BROILERS
Interesting Experiment Made at
Wet-Maeh Powdered Milk Ration Qav%
the Beat Result With Chicks
In Weight, Rapid Growth and
Seven flocks of 110 chicks each,
were made the subject of a feeding
i experiment lasting six weeks, by the
, Cornell station. The purpose was to
ascertain what foed produced the best
gain at the least cost. The feeds were
» as follows:
Cracked Grain, Bran. —Wheat three
parts (by weight), corn two, hulled
oats one (finely cracked), kept before
chlcka at all times; bran fed In dish
with cracked grain for first few days,
( afterward In separate dish; beef-scrap
' unmixed with other foods given from
first feeding time. Grain fed In llttar
as soon as chicks could find It
Cracked Grain.—Wheat three, corn
two, huled oats one (finely cracked),
[ kept before chicks at all times; beef
-1 Good Style of House for Young
Chicks—Can Be Plaoed on Runners
and Esslly Moved,
scrap unmixed with other foods given
from first feeding time. Grain In lit*
ter after first three days.
Cracked Grain, Dry Mash. —Wheat
, three, corn two, hulled oats one (fine
ly cracked), kept before chicks at all
times; wheat three, corn two, hulled
oats one (finely ground), bran two,
fed In dish with cracked grain for
first few days, afterward in separata
dish; cracked grain in litter; beef
scrap unmixed with other foods given
from first feeding time.
Dry Mash. —Wheat three, corn two,
hulled oats one (finely ground), bran
two, kept before chicks at all times;
beef-scrap unmixed with other foods
given from the first feeding time.
Wet Mash, Powederd-Mllk Solution.
—Wheat three, corn two, bulled oats
one (finely ground), bran two, the
mixture moistened slightly with pow
' dered-mllk solution; solution being
1 one part milk-powder to nine parts
water, for first week, afterward the
proportion of the powder increased
somewhat; moist mash fed In such
quantity ss was readily eaten, five
times a day for first week, decreasing
the number of feeds as seemed best;
beef-scrap unmixed with other foods
given from the first feeding time.
Wet Mash, Skimmed Milk—Wheat
three, corn two, hulled oats one (fine
ly ground), bran two, this mash
moistened slightly with sweet
skimmed milk, fed In such quantity as
was readily eaten, five times dally for
the first week, decreasing feeds aB
i seemed best; beef-scrap unmixed with
i other foods given from first feeding
, The following facts were found:
The youngsters relished the wet
rnaeh feed better than the dry feed.
The chicks seemed to require both
, cracked snd ground food, and they
craved a variety of all feeds.
The chicks fed wet mash were the
largest and plumpeat, but those on the
vsrlety ration were the most active.
These latter had no mortality up to
six weeks. Next to these the lowest
in mortality was the wet-mash flock.
Chicks reared on skimmed milk
mash made a most rapid growth for
the first three weeks.. The chicks
-reared on powdered-milk mash .made
the greatest growth in six weeks.
Chicks having the variety ration
made, during the fifth week, the great
est weekly gain of the experiment.
Chicks having the wet mash and the
variety rations made better growth
than those having dry mash or
Chicks having dry mash made the
least gain in weight per chick, at
greatest cost per pound.
The wet mash and the variety ra
tion flocks less per pound weight,
Feeding Trough for Mash.
and at less cost per pound weight than
the flock having the dry rations.
Dry feeding cost less for labor per
100 chicks than the wet mash.
The variety ration cost more for
labor per 100 chicks for the first three
weeks, bat cost less than the wet
mash far six weeks.
Considering the number of chicks
reared, the vigor of the chicks, and
the continued palatabllity of the ra
tion, the variety ration gave the best
results for the first six weeks.
In total weight of flock average
weight of chicks, rapid growth and
development, cost per pound gain and
per pound weight, the wet-mash pow
dered-milk ration gave the best re
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UNIQUE WEAPONS OF WAR
Wooden Cannon Have Been Used
With Suocees In Modern Times by
West Indian Revolutionists.
Any one familiar with the construc
tion of modern weapons of warfare
and the high explosives used In them
would naturally suppose a cannon
made of wood would be of little or no
value as a weapon.
Wooden cannons have been used
with considerable success, neverthe
less, in recent revolutions In Cuba,
Haiti and in the Dominican republic.
The wood used In the construction
of these crude weapons Is a very
tough variety, having a twisted grain
that curls about the log in such a way
that to split the timber with the or
dinary means is almost impossible.
The best trees are selected, and a
piece of the log five or six feet in
length and about one foot In diameter
Is cut After the bark has been re
moved and the log made round, It if
swung up on a crude truss and a hole
Is burned into it from one end. The
log is wound with strips of rawhide
cut from the skin of a steer. When
the cannon Is covered with the strips
of hide, aqother layer Is wound on,
and this is continued until the weapon
haa Increased several Inches in diam
After the log is covered and the
bore is finished the weapon 1B treated
to a hot draft which tends to con
tract the hide binding, and which be
comes almost as strong as wire.
These crude cannona have been
used with succeßß In a number of in
stances, and It la astonishing the num
ber of times they may be fired before
they burst or become otherwise dis
abled. —Harper's Weekly.
HEAD FULL OF DANDRUFF
1802 Reynolds ft 34th St., Savannah.
Qa. —"My head began to get sore and
all around the edges got white with
the disease until I was quite scared.
1 thought all my hair would drop out.
It came out by handfuls, and my head
itched BO I nearly scratched the skin
off. It was full of dandruff which
showed plainly In my hair. I also
had trouble with my hand. It peeled
•Tory time I put It In water, and It
was so badly disfigured that every
body noticed It and asked me what it
was. It was red, and burned awfully.
"My mother tried several things but
they were unsuccessful, and it seemed
as If nothing did It any good until I
Started to nse Cutlcura Soap and Olnt
moot. It bad lasted about four weeks,
bat then It started getting well snd
my hair stopped falling completely.
Now It Is cured. My hair is now nice
ud thick and Is growing to a nioe
length. I also used the Cbtlcura Soap
and Ointment for my hand and com
pletely cured It." (Signed) Miss
Rattle M. Jones, Nov. 8, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 88-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston."
"Did the doctor diagnose your
"How long did It take?"
"Not long. 1 wore my shabbiest
A sentimental girl Is lost at a wed
ding without a dainty handkerchief.
QIHNINE AND IRON-TNE MOST
EFFECTUAL 6ENEBAL TONIC
Grave's Tsstelcss chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless farm. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iran builds up
lbs System. For Adults sod
Von kndw what you are taking when
you take GROVES TASTELESS chill
TONIC, recognised for 30 years through
out the South as the standard Malaria,
Chill and Fever Remedy and General
Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as
the strongest pitter tonic, but yot* do not
tsste the bitter because the ingredients i
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis- i
solvereedilv in the acfds of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Look for signature of E- W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day, 25c.,
"I met a man yesterday who offered
me an unspeakable Insult."
"Why was It unspeakable?"
"He was* dumb and had to
out on his fingers."
Burduco Liver Powder.
Nature'* remedy for biliousness,
constipation. Indigestion and all stom
ach diseases. A vegetable prepara
tion, better than calomel and will not
salivate. In screw top cans at 260
each, Burwell & Dunn Co., llfra,
Charlotte, N. C. Adv.
"Is her hair a crown of glory?"
"Yes, and every night she abdi
DOBS YOTTR HEAD ACHET
Try Hlcka' CAPUDINE. It's liquid—pleas
ant to take —effects Immediate rood to prevent
Hick Headaches and Nerroua Headaches alao.
YOST money back If not satisfied. loe., Mo. aad
100. M medicine atoraa. Adr.
Relatives of a newly married couple
never Interfere—lf they haven't any.
f Ls\ FOLEY KIDNEY RILLS If OHAIf Q nrm
For Backache, Rheuutim, Kidneys and BUdder IFM deklomi
IJf> f TM«* ark RIOHHT IN OUMATIVK qualities FT r l/ fl 8 dereloped 10c. PrtoUl to*
OFCAUSE OOMTAI* MO HABIT FORMING DfIUOS |//Wtoirt| oU - P">mpt Attention to m«ll orders
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
To Have Health, Bowel
Movement is Absolutely
to Obtain it
If woman's beauty depended upon
coameticß every woman would be a
picture of loveliness. But beauty lies
deeper than that. It lies in health.
In the majority of cases the basis of
health and the cause of sickness, can
be traced td the action of the bowels.
The lveadaches, the lassitude, the
sallow skin and the lusterlesß eyes are
usually due to constipation. So many
things that women do habitually con
duce to this trouble. They do not
eat carefully, they eat Indigestible
foods because the foods are served
daintily and they do not exercise
enough. But whatever the particular
cause may be it 1B important that the
condition Bhould be corrected.
An ideal remedy for women, and one
especially suited to their delicate re
quirements, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of women en
dorse highly. Mrs. Jennie Snedeker,
1041 West Monroe St, Chicago, testi
fies that she is. "cured of grave stom
ach and bowel troubles by using Syrup
Pepsin and without the aid of a doc
tor or any other medicine." All the
family can use Syrup Pepsin, for thou
sands of mothers'give it to babies and
children. It is also admirably suited
to the requirements of elderly people,
In fact to all who by reason of age or
infirmity cannot stand harsh salts, ca
thartics, pills or purgatives. These
should always be avoided for at best
their effect is only for that day, while
y ✓ Hook keeping, Banking,
Miiarnairi* Penmanship, Shorthand,
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as the moat complete, thorough, influential and successful business college in N.C. Ureal
demand for KING graduates. No vacation. Poaitiona guaranteed. Write for catalog.
KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, RXLEIGH, N. C. or CHARLOTTE, N. C.
"Hunt's Cure" is guar
anteed to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded for that
purpose and your money
will be promptly refunded
1 WITHOUT QUESTION
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
I Itch, Ecsema, Tetter, Ring
I Worm or any. other Skin
Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail
direct if he hasn't it Manufactured only by
A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Shram, Tern
SNAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
▲1 ton 1 * Fool- Sue, UM utlMpUo powder. It relieves
painful,* roartlng, tender, nerroua I net,and Instantly
takes UM iUn| on ot torn* and bantona. It'« the
greatest oomfort discovery of Ibe a«e. Allan'! Foot-
Saae makes tight or new shoes feel aaif, It la a
certain relief for sweating, callom, nwolHn, tired,
aehln* feet. Always u»o It to Break In Njw Shoe*.
Try It today. Sold ererywhere, K oenU. Ikm'l
arcrpt any rubititull. For FHSB trial packago,'
addreai Allen 8. Olmstad, La Hor, N. Y.
jfs I#fin lire and High Grnde
PR j K 1111 A|l2i rtu'ablns. Mall
limp* '••■'••BtW ordera given Bpe
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LBHv Service prompt. Bend for Price Lint,
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RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing OiL Prevents Blood
Poisoning. An Antiseptic Surgical
Dressing discovered by an Old
R. R. Surgeon.
Thousands of families know' it slresdy,
and a trial will convince yOu thst JJK.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Csrbuncles, Granulated Bye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases snd
all wounds and external diaessea whether
alight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uaes for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist.
We mean it. 25c. 50c. |I.QQ
I kW. L. DOUGLAS
FOR MEN AND WOMEN/ MT \
* mH^J^^M^s3^'s2M ß ill93c!S'' Ll ' I A l f l /J
dealer to ihow yon
(4.M ehoea' Just a* groixl la itjte/^B^^
SOTMAM IwfHK at and wear u oth«r mtkn enitlnf IA.OO to #7 00 J|Er J?J woUiifc
/Jk - the only difference It the price. Hhoea in all JUB
/Gm leatheri, atrlea and ahapet to an It ererjrbodjr./fSCiSMtv
£ " J on conld »lalt W. I- llouflaa large facto
rtee at Brockton, Maaa., and aee for yottin«lf%^
MmiSrf how oarefu'ly W. L. I>uurlaa ahoea are made,
J°" would then understand why they are warranted
to fit better, look better, hold their shape and wear fxfjfc.M Vl
H|\ JR longer than any other make for the price.
" W. L. Douclaa aboee are not forealeln your vicinity, order Imf ;'x*'o«la*
rtlrect from the factory and aave Hie mlddlemana profit. h&* .• *»TCRiwi
Bhoea for Terr member of tho family, at all urlcea. br JSwl- j»mwM
Parcel Poet, ooaam free. Write for lllH»r H tr.t Jjr °sZ?Sl\
t'atalsg. It will anow you how to order by mall,
TAKE MO and why yon can Bare money on your footwear. -
>UBBTTTUTK W. L PO»»L*» . . Ureefcton, Maaa.
IUUV IklPI ID ATDD PUIOIfC IIIC Write for book a»Ttng yoanff chlcka. Bend na
WHT INuUdAIUH uHIuKo IJlt
Mr*. Jennie Snsdsker.
a genuine remedy like Syrup Pepsin
acts mildly but permanently.
It can be conveniently obtained at
any drug store at fifty cental or' on*
dollar a bottle. Results are always
guaranteed or money will be refunded.
You will find It gentle in action, pleas
ant in taste, and free from griping,
and lta tonic properties have a distinct
value to women. It is the most widely
used laxativMonlc In America today
and thousands of families are now
never without It.
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and yon
would like to make a personal trial of
It before buying it in the regular way
of a druggist send your address—m
postal will do—to Dr. W. B. Cald
well, 203 Washington St., Montlcellot
111., and a free sample bottle will be
NEW BEAUTIFUL RUGS woven from
your old worn carpets, superior to
any In service; plain or designed; any
size. Catalogue free. Oriental Rug
Co., Baltimore, Md.
WfTTTE LEGHORNS, Buff Orpingtons,
White Plymouth Rocks. Vigorous,
hardy stock. Eggs for hatching and
baby chicks. Mating list free. Bacon
& Haywood, 200 Springfield Ave., Guy
MnV New, rebuilt and second band, tITM
fSSSIRL up and guaranteed aatlefaotorr. W«
pair all make*.
J k. CKATTOH SCOkPtKT, MMtt, ».«.
1 ■ First clams work. Writ* (or price*.
Mecklenburg Marble * Granite Conpanf
ChaHetle, North Carolina
An excellent remody for all blood diseases.
Price SOo and SI.OO per bottle poet paid by
CHARLOTTE DRUG CO.
Cor. Trade and Collage Sti.. Charlotte, N. C.
Send your name and address on postal card,
receive sample FREE. "It takes the place
of calomel." The great liver medicine,pleas
anttotake. Write today. W.L. HAND&CO.,
OtPT. A. BOX 768. CHARLOTTE, N. O.
Cash or Installment
Write ua for prloee.
Queen City Cycle Company
Charlotte, North Carolina