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Please reserve an hour
and a half (from 3:00 to
4:30) next Friday after
noon for "Corset Fit
tings in Moving Pic
tures" at the Anderson
For ladies only. Ad
mission by card only. No
tickets sold at any price.
This story, "How Mar
jorie Won a Career," is
very cleverly produced
by the Essanay Film Co.
Friday, March 5th, 3:001
to 4:30 p. m.
Exclusive Gossard agent
I am the man to fix your teeth
so you can eat the pie that 1 put
in the Piedmont Belt "
I malee plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Gold fating* $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 40)p.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolar is of the gums
and' all crown . an ~ brldgo work
and regulating mal - formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-lass.
S. G. BRUCE
II J 11 -, PTTT
THE KIND OF
That is the kind of work pat
we do, toe kind pf work that' ls
sure to give satisfaction be
ti au BG it ls done as lt should be.
We employ the most compe
tent work people that can be
employed and make use of the
very latest methods with rc?
Bults that are fully satisfactory.
Don't put up with . Inferior
work when you can Just as well
have work that ls entirely sat
isfactory at no greater cost.
You'll never have to complain
about laundry work it you send
your work to us.
TROH* NO. 7.
Hf?tt Her Stoteoaw, ?Stie ht?s,
mt Hei? Other W?
s?1*! ?w MsaKoRLiOf tnis.place, that
O?t-dul. th? woman?? tonic, h?? dosera*
a great deal of good. . .'.
Before I commenced usieg Csrdu?. li
could hardly drag around,
and w??ld bava revere headaches coa-*
Suiee ?k?ag Oar?ot? I te ve entirely
8?*u*?l ?u pQtlflos 8s. weCnit ' '?
If V?H Ste tk vlcMfrt .n? mu HM nMMtaMtl! !
fvKa pour iii tr .cur ?nice, year c
Csc-fca is coccewtui be?mse ft ?
(CONTINUED FROM PACTS ONE.)
and not tbe belligerent forces of an
enemy, remain unaltered.
A system ia suggested whereby
proof can be furnished that the sup
plies will be used by the civilian pop
The removal or ari floating mmes
by Germany and Oreat Britain is pro
posed, except mines used for protec
tion of coast defenses and harbors,
plots to be furnished to guroe neutral
ships through fields that remain.
Attention is called to Germany's pro
mise that if foodstuffs are not de
tained when destined to her civilian
population the submarine warfare on
merchant shlp3 will be abandoned.
The American proposals do not
dwell on' German submarine attacks
on enemy merchant ships, as the posi
tion of the United States, lt is under
stood, would not permit interference
In this mode of warfare except where
the HveB of neutrals are endangered.
Officials, however, assume (hat the
promues made by Germany of an in
tention to abandon uuch warefare on
merchant vessels and confine opera
tions to those enemy vessels carrying
troops and munitions of war, would
be fulfilled, if foodstuffs were to be
given unrestricted passage to Ger
"The destruction of the American
steamers Carib and K-elyn continued
to be talked about in official quarters.
The hope of the American govern
ment is that dangers from mines will
be eliminated by an acceptance of
come, at lea3t of the American pro
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
af the stuff of the Manufacturers Rec
There ls no euch a man as A. D.
Manning, at least the governor of
South Carolina has no son by the
name. Governor Manning today asked
the newspaper men "to expose that
scoundrel who represents himself as
A D. Mannirc-, a son of the governor
of South Carolina."
Anderson Wan Among Appointments.
COLUMBIA, Feb. 2G.- Governor
Manning today made the following I
Executive committee state board of I
health: Drs. Robert Wilson, Jr., of I
Charleston; B. D. Frontis, of Ridge
Spring; C. C. Gambrill, of Abbeville;. I
W. J. Burdell, of Lugoff; E. A. Hines, I
of Anderson; W. M. Leser, of Colum- I
bia; William Egleton, of Hurtsville; I
and W>. W. Dodson, of Greenville. I
Dr. J. Adum Kayne of Columbia was I
appointed state health officer.
Commission on State ''ouse and
grounds: Douglas McKay, chairman; I
John lewin and E. H. Dick, all of Co- I
s Richland county dispensary board: I
J. S. Verner; J. W. II. Duncan; S. T.
L. Westberry, all of Columbi*.
Governor Signs BUL
COLUMBIA, Feb. 26.-The governor
today signed a bill providing an issue
of $950,000 of bonds by Greenville
County to build good roads.
Among the new enterprises com
missioned today by the secretary of
aiores, of Gr?wr, Wiia a cap? i?? ai wk
ot $2,600. officers being E. E. Bower,
president; A. G. ??."wart, vice .presi
dent; S. Qv Henson, secretary; R. M.
Hawkins, treasurer. The . company
will do a general grocery and mer
I riontract* Let.
COLUMBIA, Feb! 26. -Dr. J. Adam
Hayae, secretary of the State board
of health, today let the contract for
the installation of th? plumbing, gas
pipes wad sewerage disposal Unes at
the administration and ward buildings
ot the Slate tuberculosis hospital to
W. B. Cumarin & Coi. of Columbia.
! The contract for putting in the acety
! (ene lighting fixtures .Was given to D
O. Bateman of Columbia.? AU work Is
to be completed by April 15.
BIG MOTOR CARS HURRYING TO
WEST WITH GERM AX SOLDIERS
(CONTINUED FROM PAOS ON&)
fewrf/Africa by the Union of South
Africa forces is now, under way.
Troops which landed in WUlfish and
Luderitx Bay are advancing along
Ute railways from those, ports to tho
main line which runs north and south'
through virtual!/ the whole length
tit the colony, while another force is
ccnce.it?-?.Mfcg ta , northern Cape
Colony to advance (from the sta!!'..
General .Botha is leading the forces
#Mch advanced ?rozn Walfiafc Bay
and la directing their operations. In
a speech io his troops General Botha
saki the campaign would continnue
until the German colony was con
quered, and he assured them also that
.?he rebelltan in Um union was being
quailed. He said- his troops! weald
be Joined by ot ron g r?io forcement s
would make their success cer
?sult of the
MY OFFICIAL WIFE
Great Fletare Shewn Yesterday at|
?*The An?ersoM* Theatre.
One oi Ute most intensely interest
ing and spectacular motion pictures
ever shown in Anderson is "My Offi
cial Wife," which held the board ut
The Anderson" yesterday afternoon
The picture wnB witnessed hy Large |
audiences both afternoon and evening,
and at times there was not u seat va
cant on the orchestra floor of the
theatre. Last, evening the audiences I
were especially large, and at one time
Whitner street, in front of ?ie theatre
building was almost congested by the
automobiles bringing parties down to |
see the wonderful picture.
"My Official Wire" tells a story of
Russian life, the plot centering about
the activities of a band of. Nihilists.
There is a wondrously beautiful wo
man who ls a spy for the Nihilists,
md it is about her that the story
hinges. One of thc most spectacular
features of the picture was the dis
charging of a torpedo Crom a tube on
a torpedo boat destroyer, the missile I
being fired at a yacht On which the |
girl spy and a young officer of the
Russian court, who had fallen madly
In love with her. were making their
escape. The torpedo was seen to pur
sue its deadly way through the water I
and strike the yacht amidshlp, tear
ing n great hole in its side and caus
ing it to sink. Altogether th,, picture
was one of the best ever shown here.
The orchestra at "Thc Anderson" I
continues to prove a favorite, andi
roost delightful music is rendered dur
ing all performances.
Will Re Shown at Paramount Theatre
What is generally conceded to bc
the best motion picture of Western
life that has ever been made is knowr
as "Arizona," and will be shown to
day at the Paramount theatre, begin
ning at 1 o'clock and continuing un
til 10:30. The story of the play in |
brief ls as follows: -
At a Western military post Captain I
I Hodgman. a black sheep, has brought |
| shame and sorrow to Lena, the daugh
ter of Sergeant Kellar, and Lena lins I
j found employment In the family of
Henry Conby, owner of a big ranch. |
Here she is brightened by the honora
ble love of Tony, a Mexican.
Back at. the post. Captain Hodgman
makes skillful love to-Estrella, wifo|
?of the colonel.
Estrella ls the elder daughter of
I ran by. and Bonita, her sister.
The troop riding up the valley, |
make camp at Canby's ranch. There
Hodgman ls In the, act of making love
to Bonita when interrupted by Lieu
tenant Denton, the hero of the story.
Estrella prevents the men from com-1
lng to blows.
A few nights later there ls a dance
?at the army post. Lena later finds
Hodgman's note to the colonel's wife,
[revealing, his proposal that they run
I away. j
Lena gives the note to ber father.
I who confides in Denton. Denton flr.ctu
?the couple arranging the details of
j the eloDement. He circes Hodgman
into surrendering Estrella's jewels.
, llUUIIiUlil Ulli 1IM mi 1UUU1,
zs&sisi -a??S!3$3&g& rt _
Denton, with Esterella's Jewels in bia
pocket, steps into sn adjoining! room.
Th? colonel, suspicious, upon search,
finds Denton with the jewels on*HTif
person. The colonel, reluctant io try
\lto upon so base, a charco as rob
bery, demauds Denton'? resignation.
Denton bids good-bye to his. com
rades and take? the ur oil. Conby en
gages him aa superintendent of the
i ranch. ? .
INewr^f war has reached the ranch,"
and the cowboys organise a company,
electing Denton as captain. The army
stops at Can yb's and all la astir.
Kellar learns from Lena of her
'ove for Tony, who grimly awaits tc
learn *the name of her seducer. Lena,
upon united demand of both, names
The three e?ter the room just as
Denton confronts Hodgman, . Denton
strikes Hodgman. Io the excitement,
two shots are fired. Hodgman falls
wounded. Cavalrymen and cowboys
ruse lu. Hodgman accuses Denton.
Tony, unobserved, slips away. Kellar
testifies that the shot came from be
hind. Lena refuses to answer quesr
?ons. The bullet extracted from
Hodgtnan'a body Is produced. > and
Denton is treed. Lena is. ordered un
Tony, to save hsr, confesses to the
shooting, but rushes through the
gates and lato his ?addle. T*,o colonel
orders his capture, but there is no
rider like Tony, and be escapes.
Eetrella then makes a foll confes
i?n exonerating Denton. Denton asks
he colonel to gire his wife another
Away to OJ? war then ride th?
troop and its officers, but the specta
tors fret that those estranged will be
latsr brought together.
Bond Fhced Thursday.
?I bettors ' jts?
I rn ed
TO RESUME WORK
Great Britain ?-ya Requirements
of the Nation Are Being En
dangered by Strike of Ship
LONDON. Feb. 26.- (8:41 p. m>
Whlle conferences were being held to
dsy to settle wage dlfferenceB between
the shipbuilders and ?hip yard engin
eers, some of whom already aro 0:1
?trike, the government made a dra
matic move in ordering resumption of
work Monday and promising that ar
rangements "would bc made for the
disputo to be referred to a court of
The order, was signed by Sir Georgo
Askwith. chief industrial commission
er, who pointed out that in conse
quence of the delay in reaching a set
tlement the requirements of the nation
were being endangered and that he
had been instructed by thc govern
ment tbat "important munitions of
war. urgently required by the navy
and the army are being held up by
the cessation of work and that they
must call for a resumption of work
on Monday morning, March I." .
The court of arbitration will have
power to fix the date from which D
settlement shall- take place.
Had the unrest been allowed to
spread, one hundred thousand men
would have been Involved. Tho unions
bsd not authorized the strike, but tho
men already had refused the employ
er's oiTer of a cent and a half an hour
wage increase and were about to vote
for an official, strike. There has been
unrest among tho dockers and other
workmen, but generally they have ex
pressed satisfaction with the increase
In wages to make up for the higher
i cost of living.
New Orleans Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS, Keb. 26.-The cot
ton market was nervous and narrow
today, prices at the highest being 4
to 5 poluta over yesterday's finals
and at the lowest 6 to 9 points under.
The' close was at a net loss of 2 to
3 points. Shorts, were aggressive sel
lers at times, but there was a con
tinuous demand for covers from the
The unsettled wheat market caused
more or loss 'selling, bears contend
ing that longs In wheat who were al
so long of cotton would sell their
cotton in order to be able to protect
their wheat. There was some talk of
weaker spot markets.- but it was not
borne out by the official reports.
The growing belle, that planting of
cotton this spring would be greatly
reduced was a steadying influence.
Bullish ideas regarding acreage were,
in some measure, confirmed by re
ports from Testks that much cotton
land was heine: planted in corn.
?Cotton futures closing :
March 7.93; IHaV 8.37; October 8.68;
Spot cotton quiet, unchanged. Sales
00 the spot 675 bolos; to arrive 875.
New York Cotton.
Feb. 2C.-Cotton WSB ]
tiiri set lied dyrfns . to
th the close steady
2 points tu o ?mcttu*.
at an advan
ti 2 points,
h Cables we
decline of 2
ket sold abp
cd as there w
cm soiling h
that ? Bailing
York had b
cd, were foil'
3 to 8 points
les of fi to 7
; Cotton fot
9.15; ?owe en]
ot fully up to oxpecta
|~bpenlng steady at a
I points, the local mar
to 6 points under
(lng figures. Increas
over shipping condi
account for the scat
of some of yester
offc rings were limit
no evidence of south
Penlals of rumors
?om England to New
ed by a rally which
sut 4 to 5 points net
fleans turned a shade
rate wires reporting I
liing in i that market
rave of local llquida
Ied the acttve months
t lower, but recovor
ts followed in the late
>pen. High. Low. Close.
8.3.1 8.22 8.28]
6t; middling uplands
b. 26.-Hogs, lower.
light $6.50? 6.75;
>; heavy $6.15?6.65;
^Native steers $5.50?
[8.55; lambs $7.80??
iBHBMMBHf?gb 28.-Wheat prtecs
' ^''wHHB?i 8 09618 toda>' antler
?Slevery fort destroyed
thc nHBlli; costing wheat
owners at tbfgjato of about 2 cents
a bushel. Hilan?y. this was the es
timate t^mPorfily put on the chances
that 200,<MK),0?R bushels of Russian
wh?jSBMH|Woa have a free out
!*t< unhhiSraBjy the Turks. Tito
ISHH91BHV>< BM*** several
[ajjttrt. : .? p.nil ct the finish WUK
:o|4s n-S under last night
HHHBHHBSH to down
t-2#M to g-407-8. Pro
^H^HHAp at an advance
i i-/! pKrisions close:
I Wheat, t?ay M*9 1-4; July $1.22 1-4.
May iOT8-8: July 73 7-8.
.May 5?$-X; July 63.
HBHHUs. 2 red. $1.46? 1.51
?No. 2 hard.MKOLM.
R. S. Yea- Kin, a well known Jeweler
of i\n. wa? among the visitors In the
Joe Llgon of iva waa among the
visitors lu the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. B. Wharton of Iva has re
turned after? short stay in the city.
Will Wharton of Iva war among th?
visitors In the city yosterday.
W. F. Lanier of Baltimore, a Jewel
ry drummer, was in the city yester
day calling on local dealers.
Edgar Kelley of Felzer was among
the visitors In the city yesterday.
Mrs. Roy E. Burriss of the county
was in the city yesterday shopping.
Mrs. L'llie chapman ot Denver WBB
among the visitors in the city yester
S.W. Cartee of Hopewell spent yes
terday in the city. *
Joe smith of Starr was among thc
visitors in the citv yesterday.
Den Pearman of Starr was among
those spending yesterday in thc city.
Tom Webb of the country was
among the visitors in the city yester
Mr.?. IA E. Chamblee of Starr wau
a vtaitor in tho city yesterday.
Mrs R. E. Cochran spent yester
day with friends in Greenville.
Dr. R. G. Witherspoon of the Hol
lands Store section waB H visitor In
the city yosterday.
Dr. Frank Lander of Wllllamston
was among the. visitors in the city
1 Mr. Richard Plengc, formerly pro
prietor of the Colonial Homo nt Wil
tiamston and now proprietor of a
hotel in Spartanburg was u visitor
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. Wilson ot Iva was a
shopper lu tho elly yesterday.
Mrs. W. L. Mouchet of Starr was a
shopper In the city yesterday.
Miss Leda Poorc of Belton was
amcng the visitors In tho city yes
ON APRIL 10TH
Date Selected by Federal League
Two Days in Advance of
(tty AnocUted Pw,)
BUFFALO, N. Y., Feb. 2G.-Selection
of April 10 as the opening date of
the Federal League's playing ?eoson,
foin- days in advance of the 1st games
in tue organized maje-'., baseball
leaguet. and recommendation by the
umpires of minor changes in, playing
mles, marked the opening sessions
of the league's annual schedule meet
ing here today.
Although Injuuction proceedings in
stituted at Chicago to prevent the
transfer of the Kansas City franchise
to Newark presented formal adop
tion of a schedule, the magnates
went ahead with their work on the
basis that Newark would be the
eighth team In this year's lineup.
Representatives of the Kansas City
owners registered at the hotel, where
the league meetings were held, but
did not seek recognition.
"lt looks like a pretty favorable
sign." raid President James A. Gil
more, "when Federal clubs begin
fighting for franchises. In :?xU Fed
eral affairs all around look mighty
gocd to me for 1915/'
Now rules recommended by the um
pires provide for a fine of $200 and
30 days sm pens lon for pitchers us
ing the "emery ball" and would rule
out of play a ball batted foul that
strikes any part of the grandstand
or pisses info foul territory beyond
first or third base, the latter rule be
ing designed*to prevent delay.
En floate to Training Caans.
NEW YORK. Feb. 26.-When the
Apache aalled for Jacksonville, Fla.,
today she carried a small army of
baseball player*, representing the
Brooklyn and Philadelphia Nationals
and the Philadelphia Athletics, en
route lo their Southern training
camps. The Athletics will remain nt
Jacksonville, while the Brooklyns
will proceed by rall to Daytona and
the Phillies to St, Petersburg.
Mar Not Call Extra Session.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 26.-Adminis
tration senators tonight were inclin
ed to doubt that President Wilson
would call an extra session of the
s?pate^ after March 4 to consider the
C?lvi?u?aii indemnity and. Nicaragua
canal right treaties or for any other
purposes. The president and his
cabinet discussed the advisability of
such action dorlng the day, but so far
as is known io fina! decision was
Correspondent* to tko Front.
OTTAWA, Ont.. Feb. 26.-A m .vi
sage today from the British war onie?
to the Canadian government indicates
that ti.? war correspondent soon ts
to h e a limited oportuntty to two
fighting. Tho cablegram read:
"It has been decided to permit small
batches of war correspondents to pro
ceed to the front In a series of tours
of about six' days each beginning
for yourself, if you seek men,, if y(
Twenty-five word* or lett, On? T
Bis Times fl 00.
?ll advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Ratea on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for l*sa
It your name appears In th? tels
?cur want ad to 321 and a bill will
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
Office 304-5-6 Blcckloy Building.
Office Phone 429. Residence Phono 14)
DR. J. E. WATSON
Oir.ce in Ligon & Lcdbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 380.
Cleveland Americans tiff to Texas.
CbETVELAND, O.. Fob, 2?.-In
chargo of Manager Birmingham, the
Cleveland Americans left today for
San Antonio. Tex., for spring training.
?? Manager Birmingham said every
player "must fight for his position.'
There aro two or moro candidates for
nenrly every placo.
On Iv V4 Bese j (?ons.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.-Th?
wore only 74 desertions ?tuoag tho.cr
listed men of tho Atlantic batt loehli
fleet last December, according to
report of the commander-in-chief to
the nnvy department. Department of
ficials arc highly gratified over tl
record. During the month- leave or
liberty was granted on' 1S4,3?6 occas
ions nnd in hut 1,104 Instances wa?
the lPx'Tly or leave overstayed!
thirst is a
/ great blessing 1
/ if you can get
it from the bottle
through a straw. ,
Always unifprm. I
Perfectly delicious. I
DOH i CALOMEL Ml
DONT STAY BILK
L4*r toni" Wi? Ctol Your
* Slaggjsh Um Better fain Calomel
ud Can Kel Salira?.
Calomel makes you nick; you lone a
day's work. Calomel ia quicksilver and
ii'sa I i va ten: calomel injure? your liver?
If you art* bil loua; f ?>ol laxy, slnggiith
and ?ll knocked ont. if your.bowel? nr->
conciliated. and roar - wad allies or
stronach ia sour, jtiat Uk*-a,spoonful of
hannie?? Dodnun'* Mvef Ton?' inst cati
of nsrig Kiekening. xnlivutin^ calomel.
Dod:-.^-,'* Liver TIMM- ?? real liver nt ed I <
cine M Vort'll know it nest, morning tm
CHUM- .von, will -wuk*, up fading fi?**,
your liier wtil be wicking, your, head
?eh?? MIK! dixzineaa gone, your siomaeh
will ,1te sweet, ami bowel? regular. >*o?i
will fe?l like working, You'll be cheer?
lui j (,ull of energy, vigor aud ambition.
is gone. Tomprrow does nd
?DAY is the day of Opporhs
the coloumn of opportunities.^
: it-if you seek a broader
)u want to buy or sell maclun?
Im? 26 cento, Throe Time? 50 cents,
. words prorat? for each,addition*!
be used In a month made OD appU
I t .
than 96 cento, cash In bdvance. ?
phone directory 70a can telephone
be malled after Ito Insertion for
VvE BUT PEAS and pay the ?Mh.
Fnrmaa Smith-See om an. Phone
WYATT, the $6.00 Coal man 1B Htilttj
Helling the beBt coal on cartli ut*5
$5 a ton; and you get 2,000 pounds,?
too. Phone 182.
- , ., ?-a-!-m
? BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair?
cut 15c. shave 10. Best seryiee. Sat-|
i sf ac tl 011 guaranteed. C. A. McClain,;
I AI'TO REPAIRS-Tops recovered and";
repaired. High grade sprinr- mado:
or new leaves put in place ot old
?ones. Paul E. Stephens.
NOTICE FARMERS-I haye
bushels orango cane seed' and ?,?G
bushels early amber and can tuve
you from 50 cents to 76 cents on t iio
bushel . I will be In Anderson
Path on the 20th. 6. M. McAdams.,
the 13th ot March In the cour
house lo take your orders. * I vrl
bo at Honea Path on the 20th.
M. McAdams. 2-2fl-2wks
I WANTER-To correspond, confW
dcntlaUy, with anyone deslrious of
becoming permanently cured of tl 10
morphine or ' whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIANS. C. Box 76.
I WANTER-Party to lake <w<u? ;
agency In tho city of Anderdon, for
the Harley-Davldaon fifjtoreyHo.
Apljy to P. M. Huff, PI. umont. H. C.
WANTER-An energetic, pushing man
to canvass and collect. Permutent
Job. Apply In your 'own wrltln?.
stating who Uv (r you do best
white or "colorad customers,
care Intellig encer.
WANTER-To do your bicycle and
motorcycle repairing. Work dono
promptly Ind efficiently at mod?r
ait! price?. ' We also sell. thc "In
dian" Motorcycle and the . "Ramt"
Bicycle. Oates & Smith. No. ISO W.
Whitney Strss'i. Phone ?.93.
WANTER-The privilege to . cur?
tobacco users at home. 55.00 buys
the cure. ' Information . it desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 76.
FOB SALE--Agricultural Lime-pric
es reasonable; will moke extended
terms to good farmers in car lota
where necessary. Write us, or
what's better, call and ace us-wo
will not sell Lime on credit ov?r
telephone. Furman Smith, Seeds
man. Phone 464..
FOB SALE-We have several mules
to offer cheap for cash. Webb &
FOR SALE-Genuine Pimento Sweet
Peppers; we are indebted to Mia?
Janie Carlington for this supply of
' the genuine article; which was im
ported to the Barnwell club; pack
age ton cents each. Furman Smith,
Seedsman. Jhone 464.
Leaving fer Spring Traf Bing.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 26.-Most of
the members of the Philadelphia Na
tional and American league teams left
here today for New York to call on
the steamer Apacho for Florida for
their spring training.
Manager Pat Moran accompanied
the Phillies leaving today. Manager
Connie Mack will lea vie by train for
Florida tomorrow. ||m ^
?OS YO? SICK7
Tour druggist or dealer sells you a
fiO cent bottle of Dodson'o Liver Tone
under ny pfraoes! guarantee that it
will clean your sluggish liver better thain
nasty calomel; lt won't make you rtt-fa
r.nrt" , you can eat anything yon want
without being Salivated., Your druggist
guarantees that each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your bowels and
strSighten yen lip by morning or yon
get your money hack. Children gladly
take Dodson's Liver' Tone because it is
pleasant tauting ' and doesn't gripe or
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