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White Ivoi y
while there is y
be agreeably s
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Every Drop of Y
Any slight elisorder or impurities
is a source of danger, as every vital
organ of the body depends upon the
blood, supply to properly perform
Many painful and dangorous dis
eases are the direct result of a bad
condition of the blood. Among the
most serious are Rheumatism, with
its torturing pain; Eczema. Tetter,
rErysipelas and other disfiguring
skin diseases; general dlebility,
which makes the strongest men
MAN DEAD, DIAMO0ND8
MISSING, GIRL GON[
lte~ t I p \\ i h \\ reneni. (;as Tlu rnet
Pl-sh-I11hia. Nov. hi. Reies ImW'
cast by~ the poie a, r.ht inl vone. 1
meiee i CopI~my, whoe(S( bodyi'
Lhe bhadtI cruse with a wrenc(hw
foundc toa ii"IIt in th erof hIis ome,'
nthis eIty The motor car is said t<
Pennsyl3 ani \ i(. ' la.' tj -e o ''''
Dixie Fabricated Bungalows give
own cosy, substantilal, endurable
Four wall-layer construction witk
insulation against Summer heat a:
Shipped in easy-to-handle section
naa. by plans we furnish. Wha
for a DG2de Pabricated Bungalow.
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e of.Christmas in our st
et time before Christme
urprised, too, at the
:ur Blood f
kbsohutely Pure x
ielpless, and many other diseases
Ire the direct result of impure th
You can in a large measure avoid
iability to disease by the uc of
3. S. S., the wonderful blood rem
)dy that has been in constant use
~or more than fifty years. S. S. S.
leanses the blood thoroughly. It"
S sold1 by dIruggists everywhere,.w
For valuable litrrature and mned- to
cal advice absolutely free, write p
~oday to Chief Medical Adviser,
59 Swift Laborattory, Atlanta, Ga.j
I tl times with t.h e wrench, and, to
ake seath certain, gas had been
a nin the loom. A t.old~ wvatch'
:I iio iamoiiind rings hie was said1(
pinal the pin Iteft in hiis tije.
Niothingi of valut was left on the th
iwe was I:ist s e' a liv, by per
-m whio kniewi him hn io he enitered
hi'- llee last Saturday, actcompaniedl
6a young wonan, wholi is des'cr'ibe-i
r' ei !One of~ a ":ons partv."' A\ shi
itr if hottltes stint two glasser,
ne hlf I ilh-d wit}Ii whiiskey, welt
itundi onl the table liver which thet4
hiody hiy. th
liptier t heoris that P ierc itwa~
every man a chance to own his a
weather-proof, enjoyable home.
dead air apace between effects
id Winter cold.
i-quickly erected by any handy o
you save in rent will soon pay
Out of the North, wi
Santa has started, Sou
Treasures piled high in
Making glad hearts foi
ore is an aid to Chris
S, for every day of d
vast assortment of d
your early select
lies Baby SE
mery Sewing .
3 N D]I
'ed to his office by the woman and I
led by a male accomplice. The wo
mI) is described as about twenty-one i
IrS old, five feet two iniches in
ght and plump. She wore a brown
rban hat. with a blue feather and
'ee-qutrtetr length brownscoat. The
cials are working Ol the theory
it she and her neomplice, after
tying and robbing Pierce drove off
(rene PiercC, widow of the slain
n, said tonight she was warned -
t. night in a d roam that her husbandl
s in trouble. "My diream seemed
for shdlow tragedy," said Mrs.I
*ree, "and I was trying to warnj
hutsh:mnd of danger when I awoke.''
Pierice leaveL; five sons, rangir.g in
It fro four to tirteeni.
CLOASEI) SHOP1 IS OPPOSED
Bristol, Va., Nov. 22.-*1 we dlefentl
- ight of the 'elosedi shop' and an.
tonlize the fundamental pri nciplles of
ne rican Governmett let us tear upj
declaration of itlepetnee and
t roy the Constit utIion,"' sa id Dr. Gus
Dyer, of Vamnderbilt Universit y to
~ht, addl~ressintg a sectionial confer
ee of the T1enessee ManufaicturersI
.sociat tion here.j
D)r. Dy)er sai It he Sonuth should take
lead in the light for' the "open:
op." "T'''he Sothi has the truest1
nericanism and the people of the
,rth a:re looking to us,'' he said.
he sonis of the men1 who fought i
revolutionary war will not hendI
r kn(ees to Guompe rs and Deb~s.
('sent d iscontten t in this country is
uned by t ry ing 20 fuse Amterica
ories of free go~vernmentit. wV tih EuA
pean: Socialism. W' now have two
virnments att Washington, one otf
im un tder G om pers. We haveI
ieheth l in tl where our' lives ate
Id in the hands of a fewv men whoc
exerc isintg irresponsible ?power."' -
1. EXl.'derton, president o f the
innufacturers' Associattion was an
ier speatk(er att the meet ing.
FARMERS WANT1 N EW JA\WS
Wash ingt on, Nov. 22.--- Eatly pas
te of Ilaws !hgalIizi ng cooperative
trkLtng woul d be of considerable
Ip to fairmers, it was declatred b~y
e National Board of' Farm organi
ionts at aoe met in ldav to discuiss
mtS for a fatrmets' conference to be
Id at St.I Lou:is D ecembher 6. Re-j
Lablishment of the war finance cor- a
ration wvouldl also futrniish some re--I
th a joyous sound,
his well-worn sleigh,
the Christmas day.
tmas Shopping and
elay may mean a la
ion at our store.
! disin H
we invite you to ins
ter disappointment to
vhich are on display he
; Hawaiians Pi
fiT IN i
1s are noted the wv
I music. If you wis
ne and Bri ng the K
75c.. Balcony. 50c., $
pect the Stock
you. You will I
re and we invite E
orld over for
h a real treat i
ting, S. C.,