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AtOMEL ROBBED Of
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edicinal Virtues Retained i
ant and Dangerous Qual
ities Removed-New Va
riety Called "Calotabs"
T'he latest triumph of medicinal
cience is a purified calomel, known I
s "Calotabs." The old-style calomel,
s ail doctors know, was the best and
host generallig useful of all medicines.
he new variety, known as Calotabs,
a purificd andl refined from all objiec
ionable qualities and is most delight
ul in effect.
One Calotab on the tongue at bed
ime, a swallow of water-that's all.
co taste, no gripi)ng, ino nausea, no
langer. Next mornig . at awak ! feel.
ng fine, with a clean liver, a purified
ystem and a hearty appetite for
)reakfast. Eat what. you please.
rhere is . no restriction of habit or
liet. Calotabs are sold only in- origi- t
pal sealed packages; price, thirty-five
ents. Your druggist recommends Cal,
)tahs and will refund your money if
ou are not delighted with them.
HOME MADE GOODS ARE
NOT ACCEPTED BY U. S.
American Army is Not Taking the
SOLELY FOll CIVILIAN USE ....
Home Canned Goods Release the Com
mercial Brands ror the
Although the American housowife is
trged to can or pr cerv.' -ve. . ounce
)f fruit or vegetables she '-in possi
bly lay her hands on, as -a patriotic
onservation measure, her product
must be reserved for civilian use.
[ome-canned and preserved goods can
not he purchased or accepted as gifts
for the army or navy, the food ad
Patriotic persons all over the coun
try have been offering to organize I
orkers in their vicinity to supply our
soldiers and sailors with food pre
ared at home. This splendid spirit
s extremely praiseworthy, food ad
Ministration officials say, and it can
)e turned into channels that will do
xactly as much for our armed forces
md the Allies as though it had pro
aided them with millions of cans or
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en.
riching the blood. You can soon feel iti Strength.
-nion invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
best cars of
to our town.
we know th
over this es
always in St
irs of home-preserved food.
No governmental department is per
iitted to accept any article without
aying for it. However, even if home
reserved foods could legally be
ought, their purchase would be im
ossible, because of the difficulty ac
eptance of small lots would entail in
he way of inspection.
Supplies of this kind must be pur
hased in reasonably large units and
ust be uniform both as to ingre
ients and containers. With shipping
pace precious this uniformity is dou
ly important, in order that the great
st possible quantity may be packed
n a given space and that the keeping
[uality of' goods may Insure their ar
ival in good condition.
However, every additional million
ars or cans that are filled by house
vives for home use will release an
dentical quantity of commercially
anned goods for export. There will
ilso be saved the labor, space on
reight cars, and cost of transporta
ion that would mount up if factory
Wreserved food had to be sent broad
ast throughout the country, instea-l
)f bing shipped in large blocks to
antonments or abroad. Housewives
vill be able to use containers alrea-ly
n their iossession thus relieving the
lenand for cans at a time ofof short
ige of tin.
Rumors have been afloat that the
trmy is providing (sts to canning
lubs. This is denied by the food all
ministration, which assists both army
m1d navy im buying their commissary
iupplhes. Patriotic citizens of Texas
recently asked that they be allotted
:ans, to be filled for the army, and in
Mississippi a similar patriotic cam
paign was proposed. By canning for
home consumpt ion these communities
will help "the boys over there" just
as much as though thvr were senlin
the food directly to th'e soldiers.
ARE INCREASED 143(
Total Reported, Including Marine am
Army List, 15,196
NOTIIING ON PRI1ESENT 1)0ltiVE
'T'otal )eaths Including Men Killed it
Action and Lost at Sea 4,11
Washington, Aug 4.-Arn an
marine corps casualties repi ted firon
overseas during the week ending to
ulay increased 1,430 comp. -ed wit
I 1,)50 the week before. Total casual
ties reported are 15,196, including to
day's army list of 283--the largest
number yet reported in a single day
-and marine corps list of two.
While as yet no figures Lave beer
received on casualties in the great
Allied offensive in which Americar
troops are playing so conspicuous a
part, the increase in the daily arms
list undoubtedly is due in part to this
fighting. The increase for the wcel<
was 1,384. The marine corps list in
creased only forty-six for the sever
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NVESS, LAP I
MANNIN6. S. C.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falib
to cure Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching Piles and you can let
restful sleep after the first application. Price &us.
In the 15,196 casualties, total
deaths, including 291 men lost at sea,
men killed in action, (lead (,f wounds,
disease, accidents and other causes,
numbered 6,144-army men 5,410;
marines 734. The wounded aggregate
8,264-army men 7,044; marines 1,220.
The missing, including prisoners, to
tal 788-army men 710; marines 78.
The weeks increase, deaths from
all causes totalled 651 as compared
with 893 the week before; the, wound
ed number 732 compared with 591 pre
vious week, and missing and prison
ers totalled 47 compared with 66 the
The summary of army casualties re
Killed in action (including 291 at
sea) 2,373; died of wounds, 307; died
disease 1,514; died of accident and
other causes 616; wounded in action
7,044; missing in action (including
prisoners) 710;, total, 13,164.
The marine corps casualty summary
Deaths, 73.1; wounded 1,220; in
hands of enemy 5; missing 73. Totai
2,032. The marine corps summary in
eludes the deaths of twenty-eight of
ficers, the wounding of thirty-one oth
ers and one missing.
LIGHT BREAD WITHOUT WHEAT
It was long thought by most neopie
that bread coulh. not be made light
with yeast unless a large proportio^.
of wheat flour was used in it.
That has been found to be, in large
Brads made of cereal materials
other than wheat flour can b2 made
light with yeast.
The discovery is one of the neces
sary war-time ach[evements or
It is available to the housekeeper
and to the professional baker.
No one who has to do with bread
I making can perform his full patrioti.:
duty without applying it to as great
an ext' it as possible.
SHOT BY SENT'NEI,
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 6.- -Private
William McKenna, 37th Company M
T. D., Camp Pancock, was: shot and
killed last night by a sentinel. McKen -
na was in the stockade charged with
having ben absent without leave, and
refused to halt when challenged while
he was attempting to escape. Iis
home is in Lowell, Mass.
No Wornis in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have at, u:
healthy color. which indicates poor blood, and a i
rule, there is more or lets stomach disturbs .'
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regul.ir:
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. im
prove the digestion, and act as a GeneralStreniti
cuing Tonic to the whole system. Nature will t h-a
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will h.'
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bott
ee one of the
s ever came
sily fill your
liay and look
h. You will
ing is priced