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&EOW?E COURIER
(Established 1840.)
Published Every Wednesday Muming
Subscription $1 Por Annum.
Advertising Kates Reasonable.
-Hy
STECK, 8IIELOR & SCHRODER.
' Communications of a personal
character charged for as advertise
ments.
Obituary notices anu tributes of
respect, of not over 100 words, will
*IQ prlntod freo of charge. All over
that number must bo paid for at the
rate of one cent a word. Cash to
aecompnny manuscript.
WALHALLA, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. Ill, 101?.
AMERICANS EICHT IN HIGHT
Of Famous Sedan-In Plain View of
City's Buildings.
With tho American Forces on tho
Sedan Front, Nov. (j. - American
forces this afternoon wore lighting
within sight of Sedan, famous for
tho groat butilo fought in tho Franco
German war in I 87(1.
From tho hills in the region of
Chemory and Mnlsonoelle, where the
Americans, according to last ac
counts, were advancing despito stub
born resistance, the buildings ol' Se
dan aro lu plain view, being about
six miles away.
American troops continued their
advance to-day between tho Menso
and tho Har, moving forward at ono
place moro than three milos.
On tho west bank of the Meuse tho
Germans have been driven ontirely
from tho Mois de Hospice, two milos
mirth of Beaumont.
Along thc heights of tho Mouse in
tho region of Sassoy and between
Milly and Dun tho Americans made
progress, despite heavy machine gun
and artillery resistance on the part
of tho Germans.
Roar-Guard Actions
Tho Germans continue their rear
guard actions on the rugged hills
and woodod districts ?east of tho
Menso, against' which tho Americans
aro advancing steadily.
Tho village of Beaumont, whom
there aro more than 400> French
civilians, is the particular target of
tho Germans. All last night they
il ol U ged Dean mont with poison gas.
Another formidable enemy defense
line, on which tho Germans planned
to make a stand, was smashed by tho
Americans lato Tuesday, when they
captured tho town of Le Tanne, in
the bend of tho Mouse south of
Monz?n, From LoTanne tho lino
extends along tho Meuse through
Foully and [nor and eastward.
This lino was part of tho new de
fenses along the Meuse from Steiiay
northward to Sedan, An elab?ralo
trench system recently had been
completed, along with numerous
wire entanglements, concrete dugouts
and miles of concreto emplacements
fsr heavy machino guns. In some
places the emplacements were only
.1 f. yards apart.
Germana Foiling Trees,
In their retreat east of tho Meuse
the Germans, according to reports
roaching American headquarters, aro
destroying property and cutting down
trees along tho roadways. American
aviator? reported to-day that tho
highway from Stenay northward to
CHzy-sur-Chlors ls blocked every few
yards by trees across the road. The
destruction begins just beyond Ste
nay and extends northeast and north
from one to three miles.
As an indication of the plight of
the retreating Germans lt is known
that on the entire wostern front the
enemy has in reserve only one di
vision, which has boen out of the
battle one month, and four divisons
which have boon resting from two to
four weeks. Two of the divisions are
east of the Meuse.
Tho Germans, it ls believed, have
nsod all their reserves on the front
opposite the Americans, the last
enemy dh ?sion In reserve on this
sector having been thrown back In
the dosperato effort to stom the Am
erican advance.
IT SHOULD MAKE
A MILLION FOR HIM.
Cincinnati Man Discovers Drug tlutt
iKtosens Corns So they Lift Out.
Good news spreads rapidly, and
druggists hero are kept busy dispens
ing free/one, thc recent discovery of
a Cincinnati man, which is said to
loosen any coin so it lifts out with
tho lingers.
A quarter of au ounce costs very
littlo at any store which handles
drugs, but this is said to he sufficient
to rid ono's feel of every hard or soft
corn or callus.
You apply just a few drops on the
tender, aching corn or toughened
callus, and instantly the soreness ls
relieved, and soon the corn or callus
ls so shriveled that it lifts ont with
out, pain. It is a sticky substance,
which dries when applied, and never
Inflames or oven irritates tho sur-1
rounding skin.
This discovery will prevent thou
sands of deaths from lockjaw and in
fection heretofore resulting from the
suicidal habit of cutting corns.- -adv.
. Grier?-Knox.
(Tugaloo Tribuno.)
At the home of Hov. W. B, Lindsay,
pastor of tho First A. U. P. church at
Charlotte, N. C., a qulot marriage was
solemnized on Monday evening, Oct.
28, 1018, nt 7 o'clock, when Miss
Eleanor F. Grier, of Charlotto.bocaruo
the brido of Aaron It. Knox, of
Toccon, Ga. Mr, Knox ls a son of
Claude Knox and is a grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Knox, of Tabor.
.I? .{. ?|? ?J? ?I* ?I* ?j? ?|> ?Ji ?I? i|? ?I? ?|?
.J. NOTUS FROM THE +
.J. WAH OFFICE. ?|?
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
Classified by lanni Hoard.
Following is a Hut of persons clas
sified by tho I -oca 1 Hoard on physical
examination on October 31, 1918:
Qualified-Gio Up A.
Elvin M. Mooro, Senoca.
Foster Williams, Seneca Ht. 1.
William Cullen Grimes, Sonecu, H.
F. 1). No. !.
Newton F. Garter, Hallie Greek.
Alonzo F. R holet t er, Hattie Greek.
Charlie N. Holbrooks,Walhalla,lt.
F. D. No. I,
Fd. C. Harrison, Fair play, Kt. 1.
I'ruo Sims, Mountain lt03t.
Arthur C. McGuiiln, Westminster,
lt. F. H. No. 5.
Morris Sanders, Seneca No. 5.
Kenneth W Heaton. Walhalla Rt.l
Billson M. Smith, Arlington, S. C.
Hassle E. Henderson, Soneca.
Melzor K. Simpson, Westminster,
it. F. D. No. 2.
Coyt S. King, Westminster Kt. :t.
O. D. Roach, Fair Play Kt. 1.
Goo. M. Singleton, Town ville.
Eddio Wald, Walhalla Kt. 3.
Charlie C. Hlx, Westminster Kt. 3.
Edward C. Stegall, Walhalla Kt. 1.
Special or Limited Service-Group C.
Jeff Smith, Westminster Itt. 2.
Clifton Vissage, Walhalla.
Eugene Robinson, Walhalla.
Jas. K. Sumter, Westminster, Kt.2
Hon Whitnor, Salem Kt. 2.
Glen Davis Moss, Westminster, lt.
F. D. No. 2.
Frank Simpson, Townville Rt. I.
Disqualified-Group l>.
Hloman Spearman, Westminster,
lt. F. D. No. I.
Hen Littleton, Westminster.
Joe 'L. Vandlver, Westminster.
D. A. Smith,
Chief Clerk.
Walhalla. S. C., Nov. 4, 19 IS.
STOMACH UPSET?
Papo's Diapepsin at Once Ends Sour
ness, (.'as, Acidity, Indigestion.
When meals upset you and yon
neleh gas. acids and undigested food.
When yon have lumps of indigestion
pain or any distress in stomach, you |
can get relief instantly-No waiting!
Aa soon as you oat a tablet of
I Papo's Diapepsin all tho indigestion
pain stops. Gases, acidity, heart
burn, tlatulcnce and dyspepsia van
ish. Pnpo's Diapepsln tablets cost
very little at drug stores.-adv.
I THOMAS J. HOPKINS DEAD.
Passed Away ut Homo of Parents In
Seneca Tuesday,
(Farm and Factory, Nov. 7.)
Thon?, s J. Hopkins, third son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, died at
tho home of his parents in Senoca
Tuesday afternoon at 1.05 o'clock.
He suffered from a complication of
disoases resulting from a nervous
breakdown.
T. J. served at the printer's trade,
working last on the Greenville Nows.
There ls now a groat scarify of help,
and Mr. Hopkins, in efforts to serve
his employers, worked seven nights
each week as a linotype operator
too much for any man-and his
health became broken and bad. He
was forced to leave his machine, and
came to Seneca In the hope of recu
perating. Ills physical strength, how
ever, was too near exhausted, and
after having been confined to his
room for only a few days, during
which time ho suffered greatly, ho
dlod. In newspaper parlance "thirty"
has sounded for a clean and inde
fatigable worker, and the foreman in
the big offlce has the proof of a lifo
filled with sorvlce and profit to his
fellowman.
Mr Hopkins was born February 1.
188.r>, and was, therefore, 33 years,
nine months and four days old. He
died In the zenith of life. He novcr
married. Resides his parents he ls
survived by threo brothers. H. G.
Hopkins, of Lulu, Ga.; H. J, Hop
kins, of Greenville, and Fred Hopkins
of the American Expeditionary For
ces; and four sisters, Mrs. John Cat
ion, of Anderson; Misses Rossie, Al
ice and Martha. One brother, Joe.
preceded him to tho gravo several
years.
Mr. Hopkins, we believe, never
connected himself with a church. His
rule of life was to do unto others as
he would be done by, and with his
comrades his word was as good as his
bond. Ile was a member of the In
ternational Typographical Union and
the Woodmen of the World.
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins
and interment followed in Mountain
View cemetery, tho floral tributes
from friends and admirers being
Humorous and beautiful.
Ask Your Grocer
m ?<??: ?? ror
1
- Best By Every Test
ANNUAL RKPOHT OF II. H. ALEX
ANDER, COUNTY TREASURER.
(Continued from Third -Page.)
District No. 8a.
8 O F Tolly & Son. .$ 21 50
15 Sinking Fund Corn.. 66 00
120 Cllnksealos & Crow
ther. 10 05
105 Goo W Hart. 120 95
158 Mrs. L B Brandon... 60 00
163 B J Wolla. 90 00
322 Mrs L B Brandon.. 60 00
323 H H Jones. 47 00
386 Mrs L B Brandon.. 60 00
387 Mrs L B Brandon.. 15 00
637 R II Jones. 118 00
698 Nannlo Morrison.. .. 65 00
735 Thos M Cathcart.Jr. . 160 00
771 Cary Calhoun. 60 00
812 Nannlo Morrison.. .. 6b u,i
835 Bank of Pendleton. . . 116 85
872 Nannlo Morrison.. .. 65 00
<!)7 Nannlo Morrison. ... 27 50
Total.1 1187 85
District No. 33.
115 Ella O Taylor.. ..$ 15 00
307 Ballongor Hdw. Co. . 4 45
313 Ella O Taylor.. .. 30 00
50!) Eva Mullikin. 40 00
636 Eva Mullikin. 40 00
772 Edna Mays. 50 00
797 L C Spears. 78 85
856 ?Nannie O'Neal.. .. 40 00
Total.$ 298 30
District No. 34.
110 Bessie B Benson.. ..!
219 Ruby Hickson.
393 Ruby Hickson.
512 Ruby Hickson.
621 Ruby Hickson.
Hickson.
Hickson.
Hickson.
Hickson.
843 Koowoo Courier. . . .
622 Ruby
781 Ruby
839 Ruby
84 0 Ruby
Total.$ 659 7 4
District No. 35.
6 Enterprise Bank.. .,
7 Enterprise Bank. . . ,
41 Addie L Davis. . . ,
42 Elise Hunnicutt. . . ,
7 3 Pauline Winston. . .
7 4 Paulino Winston..
94 J H Enr?e.
96 Addie L Davis. . . .
96 Elise Hunnicutt. . . ,
97 Wcnnie Morgan.. .,
1(51 Wannio Morgan.. ..
230 Enterprise Bank.. ..
27 3 J II Earle.
274 Wannio Morgan. . . ,
L'75 Eliso Hunnicutt. . . .
27 6 Addie L Davis. . . .
287 Pauline Winston.. ..
315 J II Eurie.
417 Elise Hunnicutt. . . .
418 Addie L Davis. . . .
419 J H Earle.
446 Wannio Morgan.. ..
r>7 4 Addie L Davis. . . .
r.75 Elise Hunnicutt . . . ,
577 Wannio ?Morgan.. ..
594 J ll Barle.
650 Jas Seaborn.
693 Eliso Hunnicutt. . .
694 Addie L Davis. . . ,
736 Wnnnie Morgan.. ..
750 J H Earle.
776 Elise Hunnicutt. . . ,
777 J H Earle.
787 Addie L Davis. . . .
799 W H Glazener. . . .
817 Wannle Morgan.. ..
Total.$ 3483 72
District No. 37.
133 Melton S. Lusk. . . .
148 Melton S Dusk. . . .
4 98 Melton S Lusk. . . .
617 Melton S Lusk. . . .
668 Melton S Dusk. . . .
Total.$ 177 95
District No. 87.
11 Sinking ?Fund Com..$ 9 90
12 Sinking Fund Com.. 2 20
152 Mrs Sallie Vernor. . . 42 00
385 Pauline Davis. 60 00
4 55 Seneca Bank. 129 17
472 Paulino Davis. 50 30
609 Pauline Davis. 50 00
759 Pauline Davis. 50 20
Total.$ 383 77
District No. 38.
90 P S Hicks.$ ir? 00
141 J F Fondloy.T 40 00
142 J F Fendley. 40 00
519 J F Fendley. 43 25
623 J F Fendley. 60 00
Total. ..* 198 25
District No. 80.
359 Miss May Garrett...$ 37 65
360 Miss Mny Garrrott. . . 40 05
401 Miss May Garrett... 40 10
473 Miss May Garrett... 40 00
597 Miss May Garrett... 41 15
Total. . .. ,.% 198 95
District No. 40.
499 Melton L Lusk.. ..$ 30 00
Total.$ 30 00
District No. il.
348 Estelle Bruce.% 35 00
372 Estelle Bruce. 15 25
373 Estelle Bruce. 35 25
Total., .$ 85 50
District No. 12.
53 E. C. Picketts.. ..$ 45 00
54 Mrs E C Pickons. ... 35 00
55 Lois Singleton. 30 00
100 E C Pickens. 45 00
124 Mrs E C Pickons... 35 00
125 Lois Singleton. 30 00
232 E C Pickons. 59 10
233 Mrs E C Pickens.... 35 00.
234 Lois Singleton. 30 00
279 E C Pickens. 41 26
280 Mrs E C Pickens.... 26 25
281 Lois Singleton. 22 50
460 E C Pickens. 65 00
461 Mrs E C Pickens.... 35 00
462 Lois Slngloton. 30 00
518 J A Sloan. 22 60
557 Lois Singleton. 30 00
558 Mrs E C Pickons.... 35 00
559 E C Pickons. 65 00
632 Viola Talley. 12 60
712 E C Pickeno. 55 00
713 E C Pickens. 13 75
714 Mrs E C Pickons.... 35 00
715 Mrs E C Pickons.... 8 76
716 Lois Singleton. 30 00
717 Lois Singleton. ? ... 7 60
721 Viola' Talley. 25 00
722 Viola Talley. 6 26
Teils How Lydia EsPinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Restored Her Health.
Philadelphia, Pa.-"I waa very weak,
always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt
sickly most of the
timo. I wont to a
doctor and he said
I had norvous indi
5cation, which sti
ed to my weak
condition kept me
worrying most of
tho time - and he
said if I could not
stop that, I could
not got i well. I
hoard so much about
Lydia E. Pinkham'e
vegetable Com
Found my husband wanted me to try it
took it fora week and felt a little bet
ter. I kept it up for three months, and
I feol Ano and can eat anything now
without distress or nervousness. "-Mrs.
J. WORTHLINE, 2842 North Taylor St,
Philadelphia Pa.
Tho majority of mothers nowadays
overdo, there are so many demands
upon their time and strength; the result
is invariably a weakened, run-down,
nervous condition with headaches, back
ache, irritability and depression - and
soon more serious ailments develop.
It is at auch periods in life that LydiaE.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
restore a normal healthy condition, as
it did to Mrs. Worth li no.
829 J H Wtgington.... 15 00
Total.$ 90S 35,
District No. 43.
166 Minzie Abercrombie. . $ 35 00
358 Minzie Abercrombie.. 35 Oo
Total.$ 70 00 j
District No. 44.
51 J G Lee.$ 40 00
68 J O Leo. 40 25
169 J G Leo. 40 00 i
328 J G Leo. 41 00
344 J G Lee. 40 40 1
397 J G Lee. 40 00 j
478 J G Lee. 40 00
Total.$ 281 65
District No. 45. 1
116 Clara Rallonger. . ..$ 40 00
117 Clara Ballenger. ... 40 00
S26 Bertie S Kelly. 40 20
827 Bertie S Kolly. . .. 30 00
Total.$ 150 00
District No. 46. j
14 J E Kelly.$ 12 50
18 .1 W George. 2 77
31 Esta Arve. 40 00
37 Ora Arve. 35 00
111 Esta Arve. 25 00 I
112 Ora Arve. 85 00'
262 Ora Arve. 17 50
320 Esta Arve. 40 Oo
402 Ora Arve. 22 75
193 Geo Seaborn. 12 43
541 Esta Arve. 45 00
r>69 J W George. 24 66
591 Ora Arve. 47 25
592 Esta Arve. 76 60
628 Esta Arve. 22 50 !
731 Ora Arve. 52 50
732 Ora Arve.3 50
733 Esta Arve. 45 00
7 73 Neville Bros. 14 25
886 Enterprise Bank.. .. 51 45
Total. . .$ 625 66
District No. 47.
282 Ellison M Smith.. ..$ 50 00
325 Florene* Mmith. 35 0o
361 Ellison Smith. 85 00
362 Ellison Smith. 85 00
416 Ellison Smith. 52 65
465 Mrs Mary Banker. . . 130 00
474 Florence Smith.. .. 35 00
572 Billson Smith.. .'. . . 54 00
?41 Florence Smith.. .. 35 00
665 Ellison Smith. 56 40
695 Florence Smith.. .. 35 00
Total.$ 653 05 j
District No. 48.
346 Cary C Doyle.$ 35 20
347 Cary C Doyle. 35 25 :
354 Cary C Doyle. 23 00
Total.'$ 93 45
District No. 40.
317 Eva Manning.$ 30 00 !
318 Eva Manning. 35 00 ,
390 Eva Manning. 37 00 ?
Total.$ 102 00 '
District No. 50.
5 L M Brown.$ 89 12 ;
23 Stella White. 35 00 !
250 Stella White. 35 00 '
309 Inoza Mnttison. 25 00 j
310 Inoza Mattison. 25 00
311 Ineza Mattison. 25 00
319 W W Wost. 60 00
337 Goo Seaborn. 13 56
345 W W Wost. 60 00
39 2 W W Wost. 60 00
403 Stella White. 35 00
485 Stolla White. 35 00
UGH! CALOMEL MAKIN
YOU DEATH LY KICK.
stop Using Dangerous Drug Kcforo
lt Knlivates Von!-lt
Is I lorri bio!
You're bilious, sluggish, consti
pated, and believe you noed vile,
dangerous calomel to ?tart your livor
and clean your bowels.
Hero's my guaran toe! Ask your
druggist for a bottlo of Dodson's
Liver Ton? and tako a spoonful to
night. If it doesn't start your livor
and straighten you right up better
than calomel, and without griping or
making you sick, I want yon to go
back to the storo and get your monoy.
Take calomol to-day and to-mor
row you will feel woak and sick and
nausoated. Don't loso a day's work.
Take a spoonful of harmloss, vego
tablo Dodson's Livor Tono to-night
and wake up feollng groat. It's per
fectly harmless, so givo lt to your
children any time. It can't salivate,
so let them oat anything afterwards.
Adv.
485 W W Went. 60 00
618 W W West. 60 00
728 Stella White. 35 00
729 Stella White. 35 00 i
734 W W West. 60 00 j
881 Brown Lumber Co... 240 60
Total.$ 988 28:
District No. 51.
408 R F Kaufman.. ..$ 2 50!
711 WM Fennell. 7 5Q
Total.$ 10 00
District No. 52.
269 Kate Russell.$ 33 00 j
270 Kate Russell. 33 00
391 Eva Manning. 40 62
Total.$ 106 62
District No. 54.
25 Bry Cobb.$ 19 60
79 J B Phillips, Jr. . . . 60 00
162 Thos A Smith. . . . 8 80'
180 J B Phillips, Jr.. .. 60 00 :
181 J B Phillips, Jr.. .. 60 00 '
201 I. W. Henry. 2 00
203 C W Pitchford.. .. 4 25;
260 Mary 1^30 Walker. . 30 00 j
Total.$ 244 55 ;
District No. 55.
59 Annie Keown.$ 35 00 |
147 Annie Keown. 35 Od ;
355 Annie Keown. 35 Od
356 Annie Keown. 35 00
4 34 Annie Keown. 35 00
468 Loulo Gillespie. 3 15
614 Annie Keown.' 35 00
727 Annie Keown. 30 00
Total.% 243 15
District No. 5?.
316 Annie Koown.$ 35 00
Total. $ 35 00
District No. 58.
45 Mildred Dearden.. ..$ 30 OQ
132 Mildred Boarden. ... 15 00
185 Gertrude Ramey. . .. 30 00
254 Gertrude Ramey.. .. 18 00
Total.$ 93 U0?
District No. 50.
208 Eva Manning.$ 40 00
490 Eva Manning. 35 25
401 Eva Manning. 40 00
739 Eva Manning. 42 Op
815 Eva Manning. 40 50
Total.$ 19775
District No. ?0.
16 Ponrle White.$ 8 75
21 F B Lee. 2 49
187 Dolla Rholettor.. .. 35 00
188 Della Rholetter. . .. 35 00
189 Della Rholetter.. .. 26 25
Total.5 107 4 3
District No. Ol.
107 Hattie Poll.$ 40 20
108 Hattie Poll. 50 00
298 Hattie Pell. 40 00
299 Hattie Pell. 40 50
723 Hattie Poll. 40 00
724 Hattie Pell. 40 00
725 Hattie Poll. 40 00
7 26 Hattie Poll. 42 00
Total.$ 332 70
District No. 02.
101 Jesse Barker. 30 30
304 Jesse Barker. 30 10
305 Jesse Barker. 30 00
560 Josse Barker. 30 00
561 Josse Barkor. 17 37
Total.$ 137 77
District No. 63.
4 Citizens Bank.$ 1233 71
64 Mrs. W J Jones.. .. 25 00
149 J P Coates. 583 23
151 J P Burrlss. 167 50
167 J P Coates. 583 33
179 J P Burriss. 167 50
209 Greonville Iron Works 522 55
211 Seneca Oil Mill.. .. 151 05
222 J P Coatos. 583 33
223 J P Burrlss. 167 KO
257 F 8 Holleman.. .. 450 00
277 J Pierce Coates.. .. 437 50
324 F S Holleman.. .. 30 00
326 Charles Floyd. 5 00
334 J P Coates. 147 08
389 CHnchfleld Fuel Co.. 243 51
375 J S Williams. 16 68
376 J S Williams. 16 66
377 J? S Williams. 16 66
380 B S Sharp. 25 39
381 J P Burriss. 167 50
382 Seneca Bank. 1517 50
398 M A Wood & Co. . . . 158 92
436 W P Nimmons. . .. 50 60
452 B S Sharp. 8 50
453 B R Lawrence. 76 93
457 J P Coates. 608 33
496 J P Burrlss. 167 50
593 J P Coatos. 608 33
606 G B Hancock. 16 50
607 G B Hancock. 17 00
608 G B Hancock. 16 50
655 J P Burrlss. 200 00
718 J Pierce Coates.. .. 608 S3
747 J S Moore. 34 64
798 J P Coates. 33 77
818 J Pierce Coates.. .. 608 33
820 R lt Bryan Co. . . . 76 00
831 Charlie Floyd.. .. 5 00
868 J Pierce Coates.. .. 648 34
873 Ballenger Hdw. Co.. 56 51
875 Victor Monaghan Mills 540 00
895 F S Holloman.. .. 450 00
898 lt II Alexander, Treas 7507 So
Total.$19,754 81
District No. 05.
.117 Carrie 0 Grant.$ 50 00
448 Carrie C Grant.. .. 50 00
576 Carrrle C Grant.. .. 50 00
740 Carrie C Grant.. .. 50 00
780 J ll Crenshnw. 10 33
Tutal.$ 210 33
District No. OO.
29 Gussie DuPre.$ 4^ 00
353 Gusslo DuPro. 40 00
Total.$ 80 00
District No. 07.
62 Marglo Agnow.$ 20 00
65 Mrs. L 'M Smalley.. 51 50
87 Mrs h M Smalloy. . 37 50
171 Matheson Hdw. Co.. 122 90
368 Nolllo Mulkoy. 50 00
599 Nelllo Mulkey. 66 45
688 Nolllo Mulkoy. 60 00
774 Nolllo Mulkoy. 55 45
846 J H Johns. 13 50
879 D M Holly. 21 00
901 D M Holly.. 100 Oo
Total.% 698 30
District No. 00.
236 Wllllo Cox.% 37 50
Yes I Everybody
Takes Cascareis
Only 10 cents! Harmless
cathartic for sluggish
liver and bowels
Foel bully! Cheer up! Take Cas
caret8 to li von your liver and clean
the bowels and stop headaches, bil
iousness, bad breath, coated tongue,
sallowness, sour stomach and gases.
To-night take Cascarets and enjoy
thc nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced.
Wake up feeling grand-Everybody's
doing it. Cascarets best laxative for
children. Thoy gladly take this
pleasant candy cathartic because it
never gripes or sickens like other
things.-adv.
2.")6 W P Nlmmons. . .. 5 10
281 Eliza Perry. 30 00
4 12 Eliza Perry. 25 00
464 Willie Cox. 50 50
523 Willie Cox. 35 95
555 Eliza Perry. 25 00
671 Eliza Perry. 25 00
753 Willie Cox. 37 50
844 Willie Cox. 37 50
Total.$ 309 05
District No. 09.
30 Jno B Compton.. 130 00
103 Jno B Compton.. .. 134 75
207 W J Hunt. 25 37
332 Jno B Compton.. .. 129 00
450 Jno P? Compton.. .. 133 25
527 Geo. Seaborn. 13 50
528 Enterprise Bank.. .. 94 2o
615 Jno B Compton.. .. 127 40
745 Enterprise Bank.. .. 120 40
775 .Ino B Compton.. .. 129 20
810 Jno B Compton.. .. 139 82
882 Inezer Mattlson.. .. 4 08
Total.$ 1490 02
District No. 70.
102 Courtenay Mfg. Co..$ 603 02
833 Courtenay Mfg. Co.. 1030 97
Total.$ 1633 93
(Continued "on Seventh Page.)
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riching tho blood. You can soon feel its Strength
ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
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your label. If it reads like
this
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you will know that your
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you on January J, 1919,
unless you renew.
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J permit his name to be drop
? ped from our list. Our
J "family" now consists of
? upwards of 2,500 members
p -but we want every one
J of them to stay in "the
? home circle."
I ?fi ?fi ?fi It's up to the sub
J scriber. You can stay in
p the circle by paying in
p advance. Wc can't keep
J you in "our family" by ex
k tending credit. Uncle Sam
? says so, and what your
J Uncle Sam says goes.
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