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glad to 1
I to him.
I ago fo
I Hats, '
The Store of H in
is the habitue
.o has no ban
,and that i
nows it is s
ors in a safE
Fthan to be
'energy of an
)n us and se(
or you in the
;alk to the be;
.t our exper
.ngs idea can
1i supply you w
le for the extre
r your cornfort
ry garment, bc
n Dress Goods
are just as ret
tve also taken c
Caps and Oxfo
and shop with
Sglad to see yc
L1 sob of the
tas a bank yi
s why the !j
afe to ask. |
to be put- a
place for H
what we a
matter of i
es. We are S
.be of use
i this extreme.
ith the nice, cc
th in silks, lin(
~, Patterns an
sonable as the
:aie of the Men
rds are here fc
us these days
j In Her Mother's Home, Says This
i Georgia Lady, Regarding Black.
j )raught. Relief From Head
ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc.
Ringgold, Ga.- Mrs. Chas. Canston,
1 of this place, N rit^;;: "i am a user
of Thcdf, >rd's B!ah- Draught; In fact,
it was one of our family muedein es.
1 Also i in my m'other's home, when I
j as a child. When any of us child.
"'rn complained of headache, usualiv
1 caused by cons-iti !ation, she gave 119
a dose of Black-Draught, which woull
reeimy Iho tro'Ile. Of en in th,
F pring, we wo!l1 have malcia and
chill., or troubles of this kind, we
. would take Black-Draught pretty reg
1 ular until the liver ac'ed well, and
" we would soon be up and around
- again. We would not be without it,
5 for it certainly has saved us lots of
1 doctor bills. Just a (lose of Ulack
Draught when not so well saves a
lot of days in bed."
1 Thedford's Black-Draught has been
i in use for many years in the treat
- ment of stomach, liver and bowel
1 troubles, and the popularity which It
now enjoys is proof of its merit.
If your liver is not doing its duty
1 you will suffer from such disagree
able symptoms as headache, bilious
- ness, constipation, indigestion, etc.
and unless something is done, serious
9 trouble may result.
- Thedford's Black-Draught has been
3 found a valuable remedy for these
1 troubles. It is purely vegetable, and
acts in a prompt and natural way
regulating the liver to its prope
3 functions and cleansing the bowels o
impurities. Try it. Insist on Thed
ford's, the original and genuine. E 7t
U [C[NS[8 T0 TRAD[
WITH THE CERMAN
issued by War Trad' )i'i.ion o
'W1O SWEEI'ING ORDERS
One Abolishes Export Restrictions
. the Other Aescinds Bunker H<
7 Washington, July i1.---General li
eenses covering import and expor
- trading with Germany were issued to
7 clay by the war trade division of th
* State Department with the approval u
1 acting Secertary Polk. Except in ecI
tain limited cases, provided under th
treaty of peace, trading between th
United States and Germany may b
r commenced at once.
3 The war trade divisions action wa
I in line with the order of the Counei
of Five at Paris liftin- he econoi
blot weather with
e we are having
an unusually lar
~n and cotton gt
di Materials the
y can be.
and Boys. Nice
r their selection.
~-Big fans keep
blockade of Germany last Saturday
The formal notice by Acting Secretary
Polk was accompanied by two sweep
in gorders, one abolishiA the expor
restrictions list and the other rescind
ing bunker restrictions, which have
prevented the coaling of vessels at
American ports without licenses.
Trading with GermtO ian}y is 'expected
to begin at once, three ships for Ger
many already having been loaded in
American ports. The shipping boaw I
has ann'>unceld it stool ready to es
tah!:-h steamship line I-t ween A meri
ci, Athantic ani Gulf port.; and
hamburg an-+ 8remen as leen as car
goes are at the rhce %;s.
tra dhe b etw'.er'n the United States
aned 11nntgary aln. v.ii (nose s.e
tions of Russbi ctt ro!ol' 1 tile
lBolshevik i. The importation of (lyes.
dye stuffs, potash, drugs and chemui
cals which have Inc mnulttfat turied in
Germany, even if t hey have been trans
ported elsewhere before being shipped
to the United States, is still forbid
den, except when individual impor-I
tation is secured to c-ever the move
ments. The Imoportati a f wheat and
flour also is bmated to protect the
Covter'lenrt guut iaantee on wheat
grown in the United States and the
general license does not cover impor
tation of sugar or of tin. in pig or
in rscindin the expaort conserva
in list, the boaru enl!--d particular
Attention to the fact that all regula
tions which have been of force affect
intg the mivement of coal and coke to
* Scandinavia and Ilellaital have been
set :.side, while the' b- unker license is
extended to authmrwiz"' vessels flyin
the flag of any nation to coal in the
United S:tates for any port without
any formalities. All of tht licenses
are nmde effective from July I 1.
11ouse -ails 217 to 135 to Pass Re
Washington, .July 11.--The daylight
sarvin plan, under which the clocks
-of the country are turned forward
t atn hour in larch and moved back in
- October will be contin ued indefinitelv.
e This was assurel today when fol
f lowing President Wiln's veto of the
- $:,3,000,t(0 agricultural apjpropriat ion
C bill hecause of its ti'l'r repealing the
r daylight saving act, the Ilouse faile'!
by a vote of 217 te 1 ;"5 to pass the
miieasu'e over the Ire sident's veto.
s Strength mustered by the repeal advie
I (..tes was eight votes less than tie
n'ce:sary two-thirds euf the tmeinbers
heavy clothing w
.We prepared 1<
ge Stock of
>Ods. Beautiful I
it are unmatcha
cool Summer St
you cool and w<
No Worms in a healthy Child
Ail children trous,:l with worms have an u.
healthy color, which indicates poor blood. and us a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbare
GROVE'S TASTElESS chill TONIC given regulrNy
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, hi
prove the diestion. and act as a General Strength
cuing ''onic to the whole system. Nature will thin
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Chili will lw
im perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottl'
pe't'stnt. 'art y I lis we,,l disregarded
in the votiniig, members from agricul
tu'al d istticts-the source of oppos.
tin- -favoring pIassave of the bill a:,
oi' imilly enacted. with r(present..
tive; fromu tilie urbant .tistricts oppos.
Ilouse adv'!\(cait(s of the repeal sal
tonig.;ht tha,:t nio further", efftt wouM~
ie mlade t this sem ii'haps not in
thi;. '' Congre wh"Iiebl co':inues Inl exi.;e
(m(1 until .larclh. 1921 to wilt' out, the
Senati I''aiers also indicated that too
action wvould be originated in that
bodsy to re'peal the meatsure.
1'It'13 (OA ST TO ('OAST
A tRemarkable ('hain of Iloie ''ost.
mony. And laning Adds Its
Voice to the (rand ('orts
of LIncal Prnise.
I-' ro n'rti to south, from east to
Inl e'velrv city, every commnunity;
In ew"'.ry state in the Union
Ring:; +out tle t i'atefui prtai'e fo
Doaln'.; Kidney Pills.
511,04t r('pre''s entative people inl
every wal:k if lift.
Publicly testif'y to riure-k reliief and
And it's all for the benefit of fellow
In this g~ra'ndl chor.us of local prais'
Ufa:+in ; is wvell reprtesentedi.
Well!1:;n' w\n Mantlning. people
''ell of ie'rslonal ('xperiences.
Who cnn a ask for betttr proof of
W. N. ll, . Manning Says: "About
two years ago I was troubled with lvi
kiney;. There were pails actrosis thet,
small of my hack and it felt as if
someone w ere sticking a kntife into me
MIy nerves were all unstrung and often
times I had dizzy spells. I felt as
if I wanted to sleep :ill the time. A
friendi recomier.ded Doan's Kid ne.
Pills, so I bought somie at Dickson';
Pharmacy. )oan's Kidney Pills en.
tirely cured meit Of the trouble and[
hav'en't ho",n bothred sine~e."
Priceo 611, at all dealer.. Donme
simp y .'sk otr :i kidn'y remei cly---;g-,
Donn's Kidine~y Pil the sam.ne tha .
Mr. 1111 had. l :ter-.ilburn Co.,
M r.V .al , N. V.
nining, S C.