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ON THE JOB
Hod Blooded Mon and Women Are
WATCH YOUR BLOOD CONDITION
If You Look l'aie, Foci Gloomy anti
Run-down, Take Pepto-Mangan
und Build Up.
You see men and women who ar2
never sick. They work hard, look
robust, eat heartily and enjoy life.
They have plenty of rich, red blood.
That is why they are never ill.
t People who try to get along with
weak, impoverished blootd always
have a struggle. They go from one
sickness to another. Children the
Ii you keep your blood rich and
red you'll enjoy full vigor. Disease
has little chance to develop lu
healthy blood. As soon as you feol
run-down take Pepto-Mangan for a
while. It will feed your blood with
the ingredients needed to croate a
good supply of red corpuscles.
Pepto-Mangan ls sold in both
liquid and tablet form. Take either
kind you prefer. They are alike in
medicinal value. But be sure you
get tho genuine Pepto-Mangan
"Glide's." Tho full name, "Gudo's
Pepto-Mangan," should be on the
ROBBERS DROP .$00,000 LOOT.
Bank Officials Feared, that Ono of the
Tellers was I jocked in Safe.
Ottawa, III. , Nov. ll.-Officials
of the Rational City Bank of Ottawa,
city officials and villagers worked
feverishly last night and early this
morning to open tho bank's safe, be
lieving that Francis J. Carey, a teller
In the bank, had been lockd inside
by bank robbers. *
When two mechanics had cut
through the six-Inch steel door with
acetylene torches, no ono was inside,
and the $0 0.000 taken from the safe
was recovered. Terence Connolly, an
Ottawa resident, stepped from the
rear door of a soft drink establish
ment adjoining the bank about 7
o'clock last night, and a man stand
ing in the rear of the bank dropped
a pnekago and fled, apparently in the
belief that Connolly was watching
him. The missing currency was in
When the holts of the safe door
had been opened, Charles C. Taylor,
president of the bank, entered and
found that the separate compart
ments belonging to tho various em
ployees of the bank had been opened
and their cash contents taken.
When a search was made for Mr.
Carey, his mother, Mrs. Thamas 0.
Carey, said that he had not returned
homo since supper.
.IO Per Cent Reduction on Bonus.
Danville, Va., Nov. 8.-The Dan
ville Knitting Mills, employing some
cent reduction in its bonus to em
.100 operatives, has made a 4 0 per
ployed, which is said to be equiva
lent to a general reduction of about
25 per cont In wages, it was learned
here to-day. This is one of the first
wage reductions in a Virginia'indus
try since the war with Gormany.
Raw Sugar Hits Bottom Price.
New York. Nov. 10.-Raw sugar
dropped to 6 V4 cents a pound, a new
low price for the season in tho sugar
market here, to-day. Tho price re
flects a heavy slackening In demand
and is a loss of moro than 17 couts
from the highest of the season's quo
tations last May. Trading was dull
even at the decreased price.
The price of tho finest tints of
corals ranges from $000 an ounce
Don t Nenkt Coils or Collis
Neglected colds often lend*tn
influeti'/a, pneumonia and other
For years the essential Ingre
dients-horehound, mullein and
tar-have been used successfully
ns au Immediate check to
coughs and colds.
These (hree ingredients have
been combined with a few other
helpful ones to mnke the cele
Mullein and Tar
lt is pleasing to tho taste and
relief is immediate
Your druggist will supply you
and will refund your money if
you uro not pleased with results.
For treuflng influenza two rec
ommend Dr. Hilton's Life for
the Liver and Kidneys in con
junction with Murray's Hore
hound, Mullein and Tar.
Murray Drug Company,
COLUMHIA, ?. C.
SALMON WA? I .NDMH ARREST
In Spartanburg, But Was Released
lief oro Ho Waa Known.
- Spartanburg, Nov. ll.-It was an
nounced by Cliiof of Police Hill yes
terday that Walter Salmon, of Mor
ganton," N, C., who is now in the
Greenville county Jail, charged with
the murdr of Asa FUnknsiiolt, was
urvosted twice lu Spartanburg after
j tho killing, and each Hmo released
j on bond.
j lt will be remembered that Sal
mon walked into tho homo of tho
chief of police of Salisbury, N. C.,
Sunday night and surrendered. Sher
iff Willis went after Salmon, and
Chief ot Police Hill stated that the
Oreonville sheriff and his prisoner
stopped over lu Spartanburg Mon
day night to get the pistol with
which Salmon is alleged to have shot
When the Spartanburg officers had
Salmon In their hands they little
realized that he was the man for
whom the o'fllcers of several States
woro looking in connection with tho
awful crime which had been commit
ted in Oreonville.
Chief Hill's statement, which was
made public yesterday, is substan
tially as follows:
Officers Rash and Hammett, of tho
Spartanburg pollco, were on duty at
the Spartanburg county fair grounds
last Friday night, when they were
summoned to take charge ^f a young
man who was reported to be at
tempting to uso his ?evolvor nt tho
shooting galleries. Tho policemen
were informed that the young man
persisted in refusing to use the rifles
furnished by the proprietor of the
shooting gallery and Insisted that ho
could shoot more accurately with his
revolver. Officers Rash and Ham
mett took charge of the young man
and brought him to tho city Jail. The
young man gave his name ns C. H.
Smith and did not state his homo
address. Smith, or Salmon, asked
what bond would be required of htm,
and upon being informed that $50
would suffice, deposited that amount
with the police and wont back to the
fair grounds minus his revolver,
which the pollco appropriated. At j
this time no description' of Salmon
had been received in Spartanburg,
although Sheriff Willis was reported
as being In this city on the lookout
On Saturday morning C. H. Smith
approached Policemen Cudd and
Quinn and informed them that he
had lost a large sum of money while
spending the preceding night nt the
Piedmont Hotel on Magnolia street,
i He requested that the policemen ar
rest two women whom ho declared
he suspected. Officers Cudd and
Quinn arrested Ethel Miller and Mrs.
W. A. Jordan, and, with the com
plainant in tow, went to the city
Jail. Upon arrivai the officers in
formed Salmon that, according to
his own admissions in connection
with the alleged theft, he had been
guilty of disorderly conduct and
would have to return to his cell. On
this trip Smith gave his initials as
J. W., and while the police of South
Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee
and Kentucky were conducting a j
frenzied search for him, Smith, alias
I Salmon, throw a flt in his cell and
medical aid was summoned.
Dr. Edwards hurried into the cell
and administered medicino to Smith,
alias Salmon, who was lying on tho
floor, his nose bleeding profusely
as the result of having struck tho
floor of the coll while ho was In sup
posed agony. It was the opinion of
tho police that the prisoner really
was suffering from nn attack of
some unknown affliction, and every
thing possible was dono to resuscl
tnt him. Finally he recovered and
secured an attorney, J. C. Wright
son,who began making arrangements
to secure his release on bond. Chief
Hill agreed to let Smith enjoy froo
doin upon deposit of $25 to Insure
bia appearance in police court on
Monday morning. So Simth planked
down tho necessary amount and wont
on his way, freed for the second time
since tho extended search for him
After Smith had gone lt was dis
covered at tho Piedmont Hotol that
he had left a collar in tho room lie
occupied during his stay there. On
the inside of this collar appoared this
name: "W. Salmon."
Labor nt Greenville Reduced.
(Oreonville Piedmont, 11th.)
A reduction from $3 to $2.75 por
day in tho wages of laborers em
ployed by tho city was ordered by
City Council at its regular session
last night. The reduction was de
cided upon, lt was announced, in
view of similar action by private
business concerns In tho city.
Tho stage and drosses for actors
woro introduced by Aoschylus.
j Cotton was grown and monufac
lured In Spain in the tenth century.
FOOD PRICES ARE MUCH LOWER
At Food Contor Market? - ?owcst
Mark Noted In Four, Voa ix.
Chicago, Nov. IO.-Lowest prices
in four years prevailed to-day for all
01 Mons of wheat, corn ami oats on
tho Chicago Board of Trade. *The
new prices represented iodines of 6
to 7 cents for wheat nr.i 2 or 3 cents
for corn and oats under yesterday's
prices. Wheat was 33 to 39 cents
lower than it was a week ago, and
corn quotations were less than one
hftlf what they were elx months ago".
Coincident with tho new low prices
in wheat came announcement from
Minneapolis millers of declines in
family patents to new low points,
the price dropping below $10 a bar
rel for the first time In nearly four
years. Lower corn prices were ^fol
lowed by declines in pork. Heavy
receipts, aggregating 106,000 ani
mals in ten markets, wore declared
to be one of the causes of the decline
FA HM 10 H S MUST GET MORE FAY,
Declares Head of Grange-Predicts
Nation-wide Price-Fixing Hotly.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 10.-The os-(
tablishment of "nation-wide selling
organisations which shall fix the
price of farm products" if the far
mer doo J not receive "tho same pay
for tho sanio hours work that others
rceivo," was predicted to-day by
Sherman J.Lowoll, of Fredonia, N.
Y., master of the National Orange of
tho Patrons of Husbandry, in ouen
ing the annual convention of the
"We are willing to have a fair
understanding of values, tho farmers
receiving the same pay for the same
hours of work that others receive
no more, no less-but we feel that
this is the last call," he said, "and
if no attention is paid to this now by
bankors, manufacturers, railroads
and labor organizations, and If the
great power to import raw material
free of duty to reduce costs, then the
grange will be the first to help or
ganize nation-wide selling organiza
tions which shall fix tho price of the
products of the farm.
"There ls no threat In this; we
will have been driven to it In self
defense to preserve our agriculture.
This condition is repugnant to us all.
We desire no class regulations or
class divisions; we desire to labor
for humanity and to help to keep the
earth fertile, always bringing forth
its harvest sufficient to feed the In
creasing minions of our people. It
is no small task, however, and it can
only be safely done by a proper ap
preciation of this task by our urban
Mr. Lowell rejoiced that labor had
been able to secure a much higher
rate of wage, but added:
We little expected that they
would turn and demand cheaper food
from us without first ascertaining
the cost of production, and thereby
proving whether or not we were tak
ing too large a margin of profit."
The national master declared that
(he gr.vi-* changes that have taken
place stnot- the beginning of tho war
have been to the disadvantage of
agriculture, and many laws and rul
ings of tho national government have
proven of injury to the farmers.
Mr. Lowell said that the recont
census showed a net decrease of 100,
000 farms in seven States.
Concerning taxation he said:
"There is but ono equitnbl i form
of taxation, and that is when every
form of wealth pays its Just propor
tion of taxes. There Is no tax moro
just than an Income tux, for lt is
never a charge against any ono who
hns not the means to pay."
To abort a cold
and prevent com
Th? purified and refined
Ciiloui* I lableta that are
nfcUttft:-;]tea&, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Yellow fever caused great loss of
life in Philadelphia In 1699.
Coffins of marble and stono woro
' used by tho Romans.
A WALHALLA WOMAN'S EXPER
Can you doubt the ovldonco of Ibis
You eau vorlfy Walhalla endorse
Mrs. A. L. Tilley, 6 James St., Wal
halla, eays: "I hud backache and
kidney trouble ?onie timo ago and I
think It wa? caused by overwork. My
hack got terribly eore and ached all
tho time. Swooping or bonding over
was almost impossible. I got dizzy
ana alack specks carno before my
eyefc Mornings I was so lame and
BOTe I could hardly get around. I had
headaches and nervous spoils, too.
HUT kidney* didn't act as they should
e4M| I was In pretty bad condition.
I used Doan'a Kldhoy Pills and they
mace mo feel better right away. In
a ?hort timo I was entirely cured."
Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Dean's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Tilley hud. Fostor-Milburn Co.,
Mire., Buffalo. N. Y.
Hunted 'Possums; Captured Stills.
Columbus, Ohio. Nov. 10.-On the
protease of hunting 'possums, sev
eral deputy sheriffs with a pack of
'possum dogs, last night captured
three largo stills, 66 gallons of whis
key, worth $1,00 0, and confiscated
a truck worth $1.5 00, and arrested
Bonnie. Howard and Will Willis, the
latter a negro. The stills wore lo
cated two miles north of Columbus.
"The first winter I used Dr. Lo
Gear's Poultry Prescription it made
me a lot of money. I have GI hens
and sold In January $44.00 worth
of eggs, besides what we used our
selves."-C. D. McCormick, lrlmo,
Poultry raisers who get on abun- .
dance of eggs use Dr. LeOear's Poul- ;
try Prescription, which tones up
the system and stimulates the egg
producing organs without injury. If.
you want eggs this winter, whjtn
eggs mean money, get Dr. LeOear's
Poultry Proscription from your
dealer right to-day. Dr. LeGoar is
America's foremost Expert Poultry
Breeder and Veterinarian. For any
ailment whatsoever among your
poultry or stock, get his remedies
from your dealer. They must satisfy :
you, or your dealer will refund your |
; Prisoner Hangs Himself.
Chester, S. C., Nov. 8.-A. C. Heil-j
man? who was convicted here last:
week of obtaining money by raise '
pretense, hanged himself last night'
in the Chester county jail. Hellman's'
home is said to be in North Caro-1
lina, and he was arrested several:
weeks ago in Florida. The offenB3,
for which he was arrested was com
mltted about a year ago.
g Colds SI
Jj "For years we have used
B and I have never found any
B place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy,
p cy, who is a Rutherford Coun
Q Draught as a medicine that sh
JJ hold for use in the prompt trea
gj vent them from developing into
Q "It touches the liver ant
n declared. "It is one of the b
mm cold and headache. I don't V
?j family if it wasn't for Black-D
fl dollars ... 1 don't see how i
fl out lt. 1 know it ls a reliable i
Kg in the house. I recommend
n never without it."
At all druggists.
S Accept No
Tells How Ziron Iron Ti
AFTER any serious Illness, tbe
first thing you notice when you
begin to get around is your lack
of strength and energy-a tlrod, weak
The sooner you get your strength
back the better. The thing to do ts
to eat plenty of good, nourishing food?
get all the fresh air you can, exercise
eonservatlvely, and take Zlron Iron
Tonto three times a day.
Your doctor will tell yon this Is
iound advice, and urge you to follow lt
The Willard was fii
The Willard is
THEREFORE. Vou -
' Wc have a complete line
is a guarantee of perfection, in tr
guarantee goes with every batte
. "Satisfied Custom?
lilTTIiK CHIDD DUOS OF BUHNS.
Was Asleep om Fallet Near hire ami
Helled, Dody Being Burned.
Death carno to tho relief of the lit
tle 7-months-old son ot Mr. and Mrs.
Gage Gibson, of Walhalla Route 2,
last Wednesday night, and the body
was laid to rest in tho cemetery nt
Pleasant Ridgo on Thursday after
The story of tho death of tho little
fellow ls a sad ono. About throe
weeks ago tho little boy was put to
sleep on a pallet near an open fire
place, and while asleep ho rolled,
his feet getting Into the Uro. and
one foot being almost completely
burned off.. Tho ontire body up to
the hips was badly burned, and al
though all was done for the little
sufferer, nothing could save him, and
last Wednesday night death came
to his relief.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, tho parents
of tho unfortunate Infant, resido on ?
tho farm of J. W. Rroadwell. They i
aro well known, and have manyi
friends who will sympathize deeply i
with them in their grief.
Child Killed hy Automobile.
Gray Court. Nov. ll.-J. D. My
ers, tho 15-morjths-old child ?ol W.
M. Myers, a farmer living three milos
from here, was struck yesterday by
an automobile being backed out of
the garage by tho child's brother,
and the little follow died this morn-*
lng at 8 o'clock in Laurens, where
it had been taken to the hospital.
Young Myers, in backing the car,
discovered the child's presence too
late to stop.
Black-Draught in our family,
medicine that could take its
of BradyviIle,Tenn. Mr. Sla
ty farmer, recommends Black
out be kept in every house
tment of many little ills to pre
i does the work," Mr. Stacy
est medicines 1 ever saw for a
:now what we would do in our
raught It has saved tis many
my family can hardly go wlth
and splendid medicine to keep
Black-Draught highly and am
onie Helped His Daughter
Read this letter from Mr. J. B. Kelly,
vice-president of the First National
Bank, Graceville. Fla.: "My daughter
had boen In bad health since last April.
Bhe wad operated cn for appendicitis.
She has been taking Zlron for two
weeks. Her appetite ls better than lt
has boen. Her nerves are better, and
she says she feels better ... I know
that Ziron ls good for weak s -fl feeble
Zlron le a scientific, reconstructive
tonio, prepared from valuable strength*
bntlding ingredients, f?r weak people
with thin blood. Druggists sell Zlron
on a money-baek guarantee, Try li
rd lives longer,
rillard is used most.
want and must have
on hand. Thc name Willard
ie battery world. Our personal
Walhalla, S. C
;rs" is Our Motto.
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TUNNEL OAVK8 IN; TWO KILLED
Third Man Severely Injured in Acci
dent Near Gaffney.
Gaffney, S. C., Nov. 10.-Michael
Weiss and Clifford Kirby wore killed
in the Ainorican Mineral Company's
minos, about throe miles from Gaff
ney, and a young man named Phil
brok wns sovoroly injured, when a
tunnel in which thoy woro working
caved in about 4 o'clock this after
noon. Tho mon woro working 20
foot under ground in what is known
ns tho old lead mino.
Mr. Weiss's home ls in Nanticoko,
Pa., and ho was about 25 yoars of
ago. He had boon in Gaffney only
a fow weeks. Messrs. Kirby and
Philbrok both resided In Gaffney.
The minos have boon In operation
only a short timo, and W. Y. Davie,
who is tho superintendant of the
works, soys tho accldont was una
voidable. Coroner Vlnsenett has em
panelled a jury and will hbltl an in
quest in tho morning.
A telegram was forwarded to tho
brother of Mr. Weiss at Nnntlcoke,
informing him of the death of hts
brother, and inquiring tho wishes
of relatives In the matter of disposi
tion of the remains.
Javis Littlejohn was severely In
jured here to-day when his team ran
away with a wa go it* load ed with four
bales of cotton. The wounded man
is in the hospital, his injury being
considered very serious.
nie fe*** Tita. Des* Not ?fftet tba Head
Because ol tts tt>U'_- sad laxative effect, LAXA
Ti vu BROMO QUI?I NK ia better than ordinary
quinine And ?toe* not cauae nervouanea - nor
rinrins la bMd, Remember the full name and
look for tot signature ot lt. W. ORO VB. 30c
Two Swodish engineers have in
vented an electric machino for clean
ing boilers, tho machino working very
much in tho nature of a drill.
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Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Dru??lata refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls
to core Itching. Blind, meed I nf or Protruding Pile?.
Instantly relieves Itchlnfl riles, end you can Set
reatful sleep after the first appucaUou, Price OOo