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I Guarantee "Dodsons' Liver To
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever
: Stop using calomeli It makes you
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If yog
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or ponsti
pated, listen to me!
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that aw
ful nausea and cramping. If you feel
."n11 knocked out." if your liver is tor
,onstipated or you
is bad or stomach
)oonful of harmless
rantee--Go to any
er and get a 50-cent
Liver Tone. Take a
COUNTED PROFIT AND LOSS
Country Storekeeper Well Advised In
Discontinuing Business for That
Day, at Least.
The present generation is scarcely
aware that at one time our one-dollar
and two-dollar bills were marked with
Roman instead of Arabic numerals.
Therefore, when the youth left tempo
rarily in charge of the general store in
a small country town was approached
by a stranger an( asked for change for
an eleven-dollar bill, he looked curi
ously at the greenback, but courteous
ly acceded to the request. The owner
of the store sauntered in some time
"Well, Sam, any business?"
"Nothin' 'eept changin' a 'leven-dol
lar bill for a drummer," the boy an
The storekeeper started for the cash
drawer, looked long tntid sorrowfully
at the old two-dollar bill, then said
"Put up the shutters, Sam. We've
done enough businces for one day!',
Newspaper stereotypers use I-Tan
ford's Balsam of Myrrh for relief from
splashing metal burns. Adv.
How Experts Are Made.
In every generation there is apt to
spring up a body of men who, add
ing to natural abilities and an uncom
mon stock of assurance a certain
amount of specialized knowledge, ter
rorize the rest of the world under the
guise of "experts."
Thinking that they find something
rotten in the state of DenimarIk, in
capable of caln reflection, and eager I
for notoriety, they hit upon a specific
for what is amiss, compared with
which all others air< o"urious imita
Their fMid of interest may range
from solar mythology to cugenics,
but the threefold badge of the tribe
is an overweening belief in their own
infallibility coupled with a proportion-'
ate contempt for ordinary human be
ings, the command of a barbarous jar
gon and an irrepressible (desire to
badger' and bully their unfortunate fel
F~or the big and little burns in cook'
ing and baking, keep Haonford's Pal
sam of Myrrh near for quick relief.
'- "I shall never spea . to heri .again
as long as I live."
' But you've said( th *it often before."
"I know, but what else is there to
say when a person I scomes as angry
as she makes nme? '--Detroit F'ree
On the RI * Track.
"While yot1u wiee deptive of the can
nibals, captamin, w9 slidn't you teach
'em not to (a t I a up?"
"Well, 1 (11( j 'o'e or try. younmgster,
but the best J/ .a'd do was to larn 'em
not ter /'~ /W titeir knives!"--Puck.
Veal Loaf, to serve cold: Cooked
and appetizing. Chicken Leaf, Ham L
delicately seasoned. Vienna Sausage,
eHam and Wafer Sliced Dried BeefI
mInuSi on Libb'a at your groo
Libby, McNei11 & Libb
e scholaiship new and save
Typewriting and English C
nd for catalogue and fulli
ESS COLLEGE., RALI
DUS? NO! STOP!
DYNAMITE -ON LITER
me" Will Give You the Best Liver
Had-Doesn't Make You Siok!
spoonful and it it 'doesn't straighten
you right up and make yOu feel fine
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod
son's Liver Tone Is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti.
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable. I
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
PLAY NEVER REAL "TRIUMPH"
Sheridan Knowles' Widely Known
Drama of "Virginius" is Open
James Sherindan Knowles, an Irish
schoolmaster, who had also been an
actor, whose father was first cousin
to Richard Irinsley Sherildan, brought
to Macready a tragedy called "Vir
ginius," widely proclainimed as are
turn to truth and to nature as against
artificialities of the times.
"Virginius"' is an admirable exam
ple of the ordinary bourgeois (i-ama,
a bourgeois drama applied, unfortu
nately, to loiman tragedy. Everyone
knows, of course. the story of the sol.
dier Virginius, who killed his daugh
ter rather than she should fall into
the hands of Appius.
Whi SIakespeare dealt with l
man plays lie made. it is true, hii
characters Eniglis hmiUel, )11 he in adm
them of heroic mold. Brutus and
Julius Caesar. Mark Anthony and the
rest, are certainly not com mon place.
even though one can hardly describe
them as accurately drawn in accord
aIce with their Iatin types.
. Jut of all the characters of Sheri
danl Kiowles' Ilay it can safely be
saiid that they are just mediocre, bour
geois, commonplace Englishmen and
Englishwomen of the times.
Virginius, for instance, is an excel
lent fathcr, of the middle class, whom
we could imagine going down to his
city office every day andl returning to
the suburbs in the evening. Virginia,
the lovely heroine, is a simpering
schoolgii-l--a virtuous idio0.
If this is what a return to neture
meant, it must ho confessea that it
is a kind of nature that we do not
Fo Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
ralce the Old Standard GROVE'S
rASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
,rinted on every label. showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a asteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
>uilds up the system. 50 cents. Adv.
Have the Ring of Truth.
"An artful angler, you say ?"
"I never knew a man who was more
"Pshaw! lie never catches any
"1 know it, hut 50 per cent of his
llshing yar-ns are believed."
Willing to Heip.
"I don't see anything the matter
with you." said the doctor.
"W \ell, I'm worriedi, doctor."
"Oh, well, I guess I can relieve you
For wire cuts use flanford's Blalsam.
Miss Laura M. White has been doing
missionary work in China for the last
corned Beer, select ogj
oaf and Veal Loaf, e
Genuine Deviled 40
or sandwiches and 30 -
y, Chicago o
ATSARE NOW ON
f rom Sr o ooto $i7.oo. Bookkeeping, Short
ourses. We train for Business Employment
~IOGI. N. C.. or ChIN LOTTP. N. C.
rEXTILE EXHIBIT IN SOUTH
Sig Exposition For Cotton Mill Men
to Be Hold at Greenville, South
Carolina, November 2.6.
Greenville, S. C.-Cotton mill super
intendents and overseers from South
orn States who have been going to
Bloston every other year, or wishing
to go, to inspect exhibits of textile
machinery and textile products, will
this fall have an exposition for their
benefit at Greenville, S. C., that prom
is-s to be, for cotton manufacturers at
least, nearly, if not quite, as complete
as any that has ever been held in the
United States. Leading machinery
firms that are represented in Green
ville, Charlotte, Atlanta and other
southern cities, are co-operating with
Greenvi!ie's commercial interests and
tue Southern Textile Association,
which Is composed of mill men, to
make the occasion one of great edu
cational and industrial value to the
general public, as well as to those
directly engaged in textile and allied
Robert F. Bowe of Greenville, S. C.,
Is at the head of the exposition, and
W. M. Sherard of Williainston. S. C.,
is president of the Southern Textile
Association. They claim that as the
south is now consuming more than
half of the cotton manufactured into
Cotton goods in the United States, tihe
mill mnenl who have (direct charge of
these vast operations should have ex
positions of improved manufacturing
d. vices brought to convenient Places
for their inspection.
The dates of the meetings and show
at Greenville are Nov. 2 to 6, inclu
sive. The exposition will be in four
departmoents: machinery and miill
supplies: cotton fabrics and finished
products: textile colleges and mill
village welfare depa rtm ents: Govern
ment exhibit of South American fab
Capt. Otis P. Mills.
Greenville.--Capt. Otis P. Mills,
res id ent and treasurer of the Mills
Manufacturing companiy anId one of
Greenvilie's most promileant CitiZi1S,
died suddenly at his sui mer lihoie at
Cedar 'Mountain, N. ('. capt . Mills
was born in llenderson county, North
Carolina, February 22. 1840. 'Most of
his boyhood days were spent in llen
dersonville, and when the War Ile
tween the Sections began he enlisted
in the Fifty-sixth North Carolina regi
ment, Company G. lie took part in
all the principal battles of his con
Fire Destroys Clinton Store.
Clinton. - The large mercantile
establishment of Bailey Bros., one of
the oldest. and strongest business
of the town, was completely destroyed
by fire. The entire two-story build
ing and all its contents were iestroy
ed, no goods being saved. No cause
can be given fo rthe fire. The total
loss aggregated $50,000 and was well
insured although not being enough to
cover the loss. The firm is composed
of It. L. Bailey and C. C. Bailey.
Building New Warehouse.
Chester.-Work on the new brick
'varehouse of the Rlodmian-Brown comn-!
pany Is progressing rapidlly and the
structure will be completed in a few
weeks. The building will consist of
one 16-foot story, wvill have concrete
floor and plate glass dloors and wvill
be 30 by 100 feet In size.
Young Lad Drowns.
Swansea-A dlistr-essing accident
occurred at Craft's mil11 pond, eight
miles west of here, in wvhich Addison,
the 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Clifton Jefcoat, was dIrowned.
Prices paid for cotton, cotton seed,
corn, wheat, oats, peas, etc.. on the
different markets In South Carolina
during tho past week:
litou01-- Cot ten. Else; corn, $1.10 hu;
wheat. *1.15 hu; 3iats, t0e tiu; peas. $1.50O
b~u.; fryers, l Se; butteri, 25c ; eggs, Si'.
Spaiartnurig-('orn. $l.1' hu; whe-at,
$1.12 hu; ''ats. 'Je bu; pe-ns. $l.t, bun.
1i-Icelge ihl-Cottion, Se; corn, $1.ltt hu;
wheat, $1.:' 1hu;i ats. I'i0e hun; rye. $1 hu;
fryers, ie lh: butter, 20c lb; eggs, Ihe dliz.
liainptonui - <'('rn, $1 bu; oaits. 5,i- hu;
peas. $l.75 bu.
Canal-en-<'(tton3. 8%Mc; ((orn, , 1 1 11h ;
outs, $1.59 hu,
Chbest er- 33rn. $1.13 b1u; fryers. I Sc lh;
butter(-, 53- lh; eggs. 23i-e i iz.
Ahheville- ('iit tin, 5%e; (' orn. $1 .0 hu; ,as
Inatls. ye . hu fye tiell ; butter. I. ne Ih;
Aelatte-i y.ttn ;cr, $1.2i hu;5- otll
fr-yers, 20e-It lh; b tter. 205 lb; e-ggs. 12%'-i
Walterbioroi- rn. i33i 1.10 hu; pe-as- $1.90
hu;i fryers, Il Ib I; butteur. 2,e Ith; eggs, i:he
liidgelaul-('orn, $1. 13 1h3; iiats. $ hu;3
peals, $l.00 hu;: fryers. 1?.' It; buitter. 2:.',
ib; (-ggs-, lie iiiz.
F1lrence---'(3 t ton. S; i- orn.ii $1 hu; whleant|
$1 bu; (3ats, ld'e hui: pe-as. $2 hu3; fryers,
15e lh; butterc. 2Se lh;: iggs. 1 Se (1iz.
H-a rtsvi lle '3rn. I11 hu S ii tats, 70c bu;
peas, $2 hu.1
C'harlestor,- (Tottn. si; : 'rn3, 98c hul;
Chet rt',w-- to. I-rvr. I2 ,3 eTel
St. Gleor-g i r'PyerIS, 15i lih; bu11tter, 30e
Ib; eggs, 15e <hoz.
PALMET 1O NEWS NOTES.
J. E. Swearl-ingen,1 state sulperin
Cendlent of education31, has1 not1ifie'd the
secretary of state- of thle atppoinltmlent
of A. Mason 11urreI as a mlemlbe~r of
the Spar-ta nhu rg boatrd of education
to take' tile plahc( <f W. G. Blake, re
Florence tobacco(( markets hlave
taken a bic turn for thle better.
WV. John1 ': rnineI of Springfield hias
been named by (;ov. Manning~ as
game warde n Itor Orangeburg coumnty
for a enem e: two vyneal
ELIXIR BABEK 'WORTW ITS WEIGHT
IN GOLI) IN TIE PlflIPPINES.
I contracted malaria in 1896, and after a
rears' fruitless treatnent by a proniet
Vahingtonl pilysician, your Elixir 1labok
entirely cured ine. On arriving here I cane
down with trollical malaria-the worst fori
-and sent h'ome for ilabek. Again it
proved its value-It is worth its weight in
Gold here. Uraste 0'1a gan, Troop E, 8th
U. 8. Cavalry, alihtvan, Philippines.
Elixir Ilabuk. to cents, all druggists or by
Parcels Post prelpaid, frota Eloezewski & Co.,
Wuslhington, D. C.
MADE HIM CHANGE HIS SIGN
Bachelor Found That Persistent Sales.
men Had Some Other Way of
An old bachelor. in order to prevent
men annoying him by knocking at hits
door to dispose of their wares, aixed
thereto a label to this ,ffTcct: "Hawk
ers, take notice! The inhabitants of
this house never buy anything at the
door." Shortly after'wardl he was
aroused by a loud knockilg at his par
lor window, and looking out he saw
two fellows with clothes-props, mats.
and pegs for sale. Throwing up the
sash, he bawled: "'Can you read?'
"Yes, master," answered one.
"Then don't you see it notice affixed
to my knocker that I never buy any
thing at the door?"
"To be sure we do. That's the rea
011 why we thought we would make
bold and try to do a little business
at tile winidow."
The bachelor was pacified, an(d imiale
a purchase. I mamediately afterwards.
however, he sent for a paintor, and
had the addition made to his an
nouncement. "Nor at the window
HAIR OR NO HAIR?
It is Certainly Up to You and Cuti
cura. Trial Free.
Ilot shampoos with Cutitura Soap,
rollowed by light dressings of Cuti
ira Ointment rubbed into the scal p
skin tond to clear the scal p of dan
diru ff, soothe itching and irritatiol an'
promote healthy hair-growing condi
tions. Nothing heter, cleaner, purer.
Sample each free by imail with Book.
Addross postcard,'uticura,l)ept. XY,
Iloston. Sold everywhere.--Adv
1 ill--You say lie's a suecessful
Jill---Yes, and lie raises nothing but
"Is it possible?"
"Why, when lie wants to fill h'is bar
rel or baskets lie has to go to his
neighbors to get the small sizes to
put under the tolp layer."
An Easy Victim.
"What is your attitude toward tip
"Oh, the usual one."
"And that is?"
"A weak-kneed deference to a fool
For lame back use Ilanford's Dal
sam, applied thoroughly and well rub
bed in. Adv.
Advice to Economize.
Mamie-Most of the chewing gum
chewed in this country is of Mexican
origin, and they say unless things
soon quiet downi In Mexico thie price
of gum~ is likely to go up."
Julie-Chew slower, Mamle.
Well to Speak Russian.
Spanish is the most impllortanit for
eign language for the Amer-ican comi
mnercial student to learn, but it looks
as though Ilussiani might be a close
second. One hundred and sixty mil
lions of peCole occuipying a v-ast and
fertile area, make a customeri worth
Yout will never get ahead by follow.
~et Onitents 15 Fttid Drachmi
A~co~iOl,-3 PE'R (ENT.
S AVegetable Pn'parationforAss
d imlilatminteFood endeguta
Sfing the Stoimacha andl Bowels of
nes;s a~nd Res'~t.Conta ins neifher
t' . ion. Sour Stomach.i)iarr'hoea,
Worms, t'everkihness and
SLoss ov SLEEP,
IS NOW WELI
]linggold, La.-Mrs. S. A. Cotter, o:
this place, writes: "Will say that I ar
perfectly well and the happiest soul or
earth. Wish every pellagra sufferer could
know of your great remedy. I know low
to appreciate health and sympathize witli
those that are not so blest as I. Am grow.
ing stronger, gaining in weight and can
do anything I ever could. Oh, I know I
am well of that horrible disease, and my
heart is full of rejoicing. I feel that I
have come out of a dense cloud into the
blessed sunshine. God be praised! lie
has spared my life for some good, and I
feel that I have just begun to live."
There is no longer any doubt that pe1
lagra can be cured. Don't delay until it
is too late. It is your duty to consult the
The symptoms--lhands red like sunburn;
skin peeling off, sore mouth, tihe lips,
throat and tongue a flaming red, with
much mucus and choking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoea (ir constipat ion.
There is hope; get Jtaughn's big Free
remedy for Pellagra that has at last been
found. Address Aimerican Compounding
Co., box 2090, Jasper. Ala.., remembering
book on Pellagra andi learn nhbout the
money is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to cure.-Adv.
Averse to Slang.
Just to show how much averse to
slang he was, a small boy in a Chicago
school explained to tihe teacher one
day that he had been walking with a
friend, but neglected to take off his
hat when they met a lady both knew.
Ills frienid had ludged lin, and whis
"Take off yourl lid, you siinp!"
"What Ie should have said," ex
plained the boy., was 'Hernove your
hit, you llutI"
The gener(.Ial wllntinlont is sumnimned
up ill t(' words of a sii;all boy, who
"Anyway, it's only rouighneeks who
lse slang mnowaays."
'iviell. aged four. aill sil ainig to
Ill aiinia. At hi4i' hetls \\1as ; a .
" Vivien. what are you crying
about ?" inmmma umi asked.
"Thle dhog is aller mie, titmu,h
dog is after en!"
Why, t.he (log wasn't trying to get
you; it was only running a race willh
T'I'lIol Vivenl's facee brightei1led, her
tears (Illickly disa pp'a rId. "I hea!
him, too, didn't 1, inannna!"--idiaii
Patience---lt is salid to attract atter
tioni a now electrie drink mixr to
soda fountains is equipped with a tin
light which illuminates the liquid i:
whIch it is working.
'atrice--Wonder if tlie eleetri
light in the drink makes it i ny mor
expensive than the old-fasiloned gas
Tetterino Conquers Poison Oak.
I e'nelose 50 cents in stamp,; for a t.o3
of Tetteriiie. I have molson oak on mi
again, and that Is all that has ever curei
It. Please hurry it on to
M. E. HamletI.
Montalba, Tex., May 21, '08.
Tetterine cures i.:zena, Tetter, Rinp
Worm, Itching PIles, Old Itching Sores
Dandruff. Chilblains and every form of
Scalp and Skin DI-I.ease. Tttrne 50
Tetterine Soap :25c. Your druggist, or by'
mall from t he manu faeturi'r. Theo Shiup
trine Co., Savannah, Gia.
Wit h every ma il order for T1et terhne wes
give a box of Shnuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
Could Well BelIeve It.
C'hin ner'-They say thaiit ini battle
one hundi~r('d bliIletsa rme fired foi' ev'ery
one that takes eff'ect.
C'huauffeu i' Vecry Iikel('Iy. I somie(times
pass as maniiy as 200 ped estians be
fore I lilt one(.
Labor lawsa foi' woinen have i'ecently
beein enacI(ted( ini Kansas, .\laine, Massa
chusetts a nd Wyoming.
Ch ild ren
What is C
Castoria Is a harmless~ subst
goric, D~rops nnd No~othling
contains neither Opum, M<
substance. Its age is its gnti
anud allays Fever'lhisnss. Ft
has beent in c'onlstanht uIse foi
Flatuilency, WVind Colic, al
Diarrhoa. It regulatesi
asimilates the Food, giving
The Children's Panaccat-Th<
Ia Use For 0
The Kind You Ha'
In Far-off India.
In some unknown manner a little
sample of llanford's Dalsam of Myrrh
found its 'Way into an interior village
of India. It was its own agent, and
from that small beginning a steady
trade has developed and each succeed
ing shipment has been larger. Adv.
"This bill for your new frock is
really a bit high." observed the plu
tocrat to his daughter. "Six thousand
dollars is considerable to pay just for
an auto suit."
"But, papa, the suit itself is quite
Inexpensive. The most of that bill is
for the trinmings."
"Yes. I spent $5.200 for an auto of
the right tint to match the suit."
And' So It Is.
"What do you consider the greatest
"A secret session of a woman's
clib.-- 'hiladelphia Ledger.
LADIES !! -
| TALCUM POWDER
I The Tia)cum (if Quality, for refined
people; Perfume rich. lasting, and ox
g quibite; i'owdet of velvety filueuess
In Glss Jara-15c. and 25c.
Sold. by all deulers.
GILBERT BROS., & CO.
A Soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed
In the local treatieint, of woman's illh,
Ni' 1 as !eitcorrhomea aid intiaia ition, lot
thnliches (if i'axtin art very elienvcious.
NN, wian vho has ever used txiediateil
alu'hes will fail to appreciato the cleat attd
he:lthy coniiti'on Paxtinto produces anid th
pon: t r lief from so'r'eiss and disconfort
Nh iei b follows its us.3.'ll is is hierause Paxtinio
'omsil ..prir cleanlsing, disi1nfect
ug ian hei propertes.
For un years thle Lydia E.
Il' i iu bled ir'io to. lias ree- ''
outnehl(.141 P ax t ino ill their
pr ivate correlpondl s'ni vithIi wo
men, .whil leovis its sip eri
crity. Womenie' who have been
li ved sav it is " worth its
weight inl g " Aht ruiggists.
601'. large box or iy maitil. St ple free.
The lPaxton Toilet Co., Boston, Ma-s.
r TRY THE OLD RELIABLE
For MALARIA T"EE?
A FINE GENERAL STRENGTHENING TONIC
enable the dyspeptic to eat whatever he
wishes. They cause the food to assimilate and
nourish the body, give appetite, and
DEVELOP FLES. iC ii
Dr. 'I utt Munufacturing Co. New York.
DR. SALTER'S EYE LOTION
curie e, r'ir'.aie innlamed eye in 24 to S hotrrs.
IS'E NS IY (5.troai, ATLNT, m A
---'BIeeare of Imftation.,
~~I~'TEDMen to tearn barber t'rde.
eIent graduates,. Wu'fi0tdrit dmnd for i a
iri. wares wilte leairin g free enalog; wrte
RICHMOND BARBER COLLEGE. Aichmond, Va.
W. N. U., C HAR L OT TE, NO. 32-1918.
Itute for Castor O11, Pare..
Syrups. It is p~leasanlt. IC
rphineo mor othecr .Narcotje
rantec. It destroys Worms
)r muore than thirty years it
theo relief of Constipation
I Teething Troubles anti
he Stomach and Bowels,
healthy anld natural 8ieep,
a M1other's Friend.
0OR IA ALWAYS
ver 30 Years
te Always Bought