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t n. UpI Don't Lose al
Liver, nd Bowels With
eOhl- Calomen makes you siok. Take
0o e of the vile, dangerous drug to
ht and togoifrow you may lose a
Caloit is, mercury or quicksilver
which causes, necrosis of the '%ones,
:Calomel, when it comes into contact
Atb sour bile crashes into it, break
1h1 It up, This is when you feel that
awful hausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
ourw liVer is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
;stomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
d qkiore or-dealer and get a 60-cent
e of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
.A ispoonful tonight and if it doesn't
"I think that society editor is a
mean, horrid old thing, so there!" ex
claimed wifie, looking up from the
"What's,the matter?" asked her hup
band with a grin. "Did he take you at
your word and leave your name out of
"No," replied wille, "it isn't quite
so- bad as that, but he went and got
the description of my gown all wrong."
THE GIRL WITH A
CLEAR SKIN WINS
If you,- too, are embarrassed by a
pimply, blotchy, unsightly complexion,
just try Resinol Soap regtslarly for a
week and see it It does not make a
blessed difference in your skin. In
severe cases a little Resinol Ointment
should also be used. Resinol Soap
helps to make red, rough hands and
arms soft and white, and to keep the
hair healthy and free from dandruff.
Resinol Soap contains no free alkali;
sold by all druggists.-Adv.
"I don't often speculate, but I took a
litle flyer yesterday."
"How did you make out?"
"Got stung, of course. I paid a
ticket speculator six dollars for a pair
of seats and the show wasn't worth
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
- a iiJiant of waVidd I ta. 6iY Ruin, a
small box o1 Barbo Compound, and 9 oz. of
glycerine Apply to the hair twice a week
until It becomes the desired sbade. Any drug
gist can put this up or you can mix it al
home at very little cost. It will gradually
darken streaked, faded gray hair, and rm
moves dandruff. It is excellent for failing
hair and will make harsh heir soft and glossy.
It will not color the scalp, is not sticky o
greasy, and does not rub off.-Ady.
"Have you seen that problem play
at the Gazink theater?"
"No, and I don't want to. I never
did care for mathematics."
wi Ane hoetm 81
hihetu$tand thep torc
smooth as v4
So mellow wn
has a nationa
~ "The Snuff Z
The Green Lab
If your dealer won't a
for 12big cans of Tl
3URY AND SALIVATES
iay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
"Dodson' s Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning - I
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be.
cause it is real liver .medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore It cannot sali
vate 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 guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tope 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
Puts Patriotism First.
Because his invention might aid
Serbia's enomies, Prof. Michael Pupin
of Columbia university, who is honor
ary SerbiAn consul general to the Uni
ted States and an inventor of world
wide fame, refuses to make.public an
invention till after the war. He has
designed a new receiver to be used
in wireless telegraphy and telephony,
and he asserts that this instrument
will eliminate static interference and
allow the operator to hear only the
soind waves he desires.
An examining physic ian for one of the
prominent Life Insurance Companies, in
an interview of the subject, .made the as
'tonishing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because kidney trouble is so coin
mon to the American people, and the
large majority of those Whose applica
tions are declined do not even suspect. that
they have the disease.
According to this it would seen that a
medicine for the kidneys, possessing real
healing and curative properties, would be
a blessing to thousands.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the well
known kidney, liver and bladder remedy
is remarkably successful in sickness causea
by kdne an bladder troubles. It is mild
and gentle in its action and its healing in
fluence is soon noticed in most cases.
There is no other reme4y like Swamp
Root. It will surely and effectively over
com* kidney, liver and bladder troubles
and ,ou can depend upon it. Go to any
'druar storc and- get a ttle so as to start
treatment today. You will soon see a
However, if you wish first to test this
reat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
ilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure -and
mention this paper.-Adv.
One of 'Em.
"Bliggins is a Jingo."
"Does he want to fight?"
"No. le wants somebody else to."
Many a bachelor hes made a woman
happy-by not marrying her.
fdi adt o ilseyo.
which it is
of grit and
d good that it )
als are good for
apLyjo. send us 60o
$CORES VOLUNTEEA $Y$TE
4othing More Than More Chance
Says Gen, Wood In Charlesto'n.
Men Must Be Tralnes.
Charleston.--The volunteer systein
vas severely scored and characterized
is nothing more than dependence on
nere chance by- Maj. Gen. Leonard
Wood, U. S. A., commanding the De
artment of the East in an address
io a big mass meeting at the Hibern
an hall. The volunteer spirit is fine,
ie said, but undependable. It haps al
ways failed this nation, althoigh not
many know it, because the histories
lo not teach us the unpleasant facts,
2e continued. Soldiers of the War Be
Lween the States knew it, and know
that both the North and the South
tell back on the draft system be
lore many months of war.
-Reviewing the wars of this nation
o prove the unreliability of the volun
leer system, Gen. Wood declared that
the United States had never engaged
n war with a first class military pow
3r unassisted and that United States
irmies had met defeat in engage
mertts with a force numbering little
more than half their own.
In advocating federal control of the
National Guard, Gen. Wood declared
that the movement to put this force
ander the federal government was no
reflection on the members or the of
icers of the institution and that the
[lefects of the National Guard were
not the fault of officers or men, but
were the simple results of too many
commanding officers. He declared
that the government wanted every of
fBeer and every man of the National
Guard, rai)k for rank, in its :lans for
Citizens training camps and their
work were told of in the latter part
of the general's address. He urged
the people of this section to respond
to the call for volunteers in the camp
as they had always responded when
the country called upon them.
Merlweather Honored by State.
North Augusta.-With impressive
ceremonies the monument to the mem
ory of McKie Meriweather, erected by
the state of South Carolina, was un
veiled in North Augusta a few days
ago. . The exercIses were held ht the
high school building.
The oratory fof the day was 'Col. D.
S. Henderson of Aiken. The speaker
Is the sole surviving member of coun
sel for the men charged wlth riot ant
Inurder following the tamo'es clash o
'races at Hamburg in which McKi,
Meriweather lost his life.
Col. Henderson's subiscit was "Thi
White Man's Revolutten in Soutl
Carolina." He told OT the event
leading 'to the uprising -of the whit(
people ,gt Hamburg in July 18 and hov%
McKie Meriweather was the first mai
to lose' his life in the uprising whici
drove the carpetbagger .and bummei
out of South Cauolina'and established
.Begin Big 'Printing Plant.
(0olumbia.-Ground has been broken
en Sau Claire by The Lutheran Survey
Publishing Company for the mechan
deal :plant, 'which :is to be constructed
within the next two months. The con
tract hans been awarded to J. E. Can
non with Ulrquhart & Johnson as ar
chitects. The str-actur'e wvill adjolin
the buildi-ng .whidhihouses the editorial
'Ishe structure wvill be 60 by 115 feet,
providing nearly 6,000 square feet of
floor space. The sfour walls are to be
largely of glass. No pos5ts are to in
tersect the intermediary spaces. The
whole will 'be protected by a trussed
roof. The hardwood floor will rest
upon a concrete foundation and all- ma
chines ar'e to 'be placed on solid con
crete bases. Approximately $10,000
worth of madhinery has already been
Agent 'Suffers with Burns.
'Dillon.-Miss 'Lucille Lemmon, decm
onstration.ragent for Dillonr county was
painfnilly :burned while cleaning
gloves 'With 'gasoline. After rubbing
the gloves 'in the usual way she went
too near the fire 'When thre gloves be
came Igrnited, burning her hnands se
verely before she coruld get then off.
As soon as she 'has recovered suffi
ciently from the .shock she will go to
her home in Sumter 'for treatraent and
it is hoped that no 'erious results will
follow from ber -nfotunate accident.
SOUTH CARtOLINA NEWS ITEMS.
James E. Poeurifty of Walterboro
was -elected judge of the recently
created Fourteenth judicial circuit by
a vote of 96 to 58, over W. B. Gruber
Mdr. Calvin, livestock agent of Clem
son College, spent a day or two last
week in Cherokee county for the pur
pose of inspecting the pure-bred
H-ereford bulls, which have been plac
nd in the hands of certain farmes in
the county' by a Gaffney. bank for
York county schools are planning
for a field (lay.
Andrew C. Dibble has been appoint
nd by Gov.' Manning as master in
3equity for OWangeburg.
Thre postod ice at Cameron was en
tered recently by thieves .forcing the
~ront door open. They secured men
ny an#l stamps to the amount of $25.
Ro trace of the robbers has been
Enov. Manning haa appointed -the
w-an. W 1':rc W . V. (ulle1r t R' i
rnant tdindj t.Ifauflr.a
(y .BELLER, Acting Director of
attute. School Course, Moody Bible
(Copyright. 1916, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 21
THE SEVEN HELPERS.
LESSON TEXT-Acts 6.
GOLDEN TEXT-Bear ye one another's
burdens, and so fulnil tihe law of Christ.
It would be a source of great bless
Ing if every teacher and scholar would
read through the book ot Actstseveral
times during the year. Such reading
will give vision, inspiration and a
more comprehensive idea of the con
tinuation of what Jesus "began" and
which record is not, yet filly written.
The time cf this lesson is about'A. D.
36, though Ramsey places it at 32, 33;
and the place, the city of Jerusalem.
I. The Occasion, vv. 1-2. For a time
the preaching or the Gospel of Jesus
continued in Jerusalem, but soon thes
pressure ot circumstances thrust it
forth as prophes'ed (1:8). There
were two groups of men In the early
church: those who had been born in
.Judea who spoke Hebiew (Aramaic),
and those born in foreign cities and
who spoke the Greek language. Trou
ble arose over the distribution of funds
among certain of the dependent wid.
ows-the text suggests "secret dis
pleasure." There was imperfection,
selfishness, suspicion and jealousy in
that early church.
II. The Method, vv. 3, 4. It does not
appear that God gave the church a
cut and dried program according to
which it must act. Certainly the
church had no precedent to follow,
and step by step God was developing
it. This lesson gives us a suggestion
of those steps: (1) As the occasion
demanded, (2) The Apostles refused
to diminish their praying and preach
ing, literally it was "not' pleasing" to
God for the Apostles to "serve tables."
Such work must be done, certainly,
but it was not to be done by these
God-appointed and selected leaders,
their duty was clearly stated. The
minister's business is praying and
ministering the word. These things
should fully engage his attention,-and
in them he is "to continue steadfast.
ly.' The minister cannot manifestly
"know more about books than the
schoolteacher; more about politics
than the politician; more about med
icine than the doctor; more aboul
psychology than the college profes
sor." No, that is out of the question
though he should be intelligent ir
these lines. But he should be pre
eminent in prayer and. In the minis
try of the word, and furthermore he
should preach that word pre-eminent
ly. (3) The church, not the apos.
ties, must needs select these new of
ficials. (4) The qualifications ot
these men, who were thus to care
for these temporal affairs, were (a)
"men of good report," not those bear
ing doubtful reputations, nor chosen
because they were rich or shrewd in
business. (b) "full1 of the spirit." It
demands the Spirit-filled man to look
after financial affairs as certainly as
it does to teach -or preach the word.
(c) "full of wisdom." Men of com
mon sense, a quality often sadly lack
ing among upiritually-minded men.
Men meeting such quulifications wvill
be men of "the spirit of power, of
love, and of a sound mind" (literally
sound senise). (HI Tim. 1:7).
Ill. The Method of Choosing, vv. 5, 6.
(1) The .people did the choosing. The
early church seems to have been re
markably 'democratic. (2) The choice
was made after, and not before, pray
er had been offered. This is a sug
gestion and a warning for present-'day
practice of choosing church officials.
(3) It was a legal selection, not the
selection of a minority, and it was
confirmed by the laying on of the
hands sof the apostles.
IV. The Result, vv. 7, 8. First -of all
upon the people. (1) The word "in.
creased."(2) The number of disciples
"multiplied greatly," and (3) Some of
the priests of the Jews were "obedi
ent to the faith." Secondly, the re
sult in the lives of the thus chosen
and Spirit-anointed men gave evidence
of the good hand of God. They were
"full of grace" (Eph. 4:9, Acts 16:15);
they were "full of power'' (1:8). The
first two of them soon became great
and mighty preachers as well. In
deed as-far as we can read they even
outstripped the apostles themselves
in real achievement for God. Ste
phen, of course, stands out pre-emi
neatly. His character Is suggested in
verse eight. He was (a) "full ot faith,"
(b) "full of the Holy Spirit," (o) "full
of grace" (Rt. V.), (d) "full of power.''
How sad it is that so frequently our
churches fail to make a wise and
spirit-led choice of its leaders, and are
content with few, or perhaps none, be
ing added to its membership.
No man is fit to be an officer in the
church of Christ unless he is filled
with the Holy Spirit, (Acts 1:8, Luke
Such a man will always stir up op
position of the powers of evil, even,
as did Stephen,
Those who opposed Stephen were
moral and religious men (v, 9). F1re
quently the opposition a, Spirit-filled
inoral, the wordlyfo th'li teyo.
Reliestes Constipation Easily
Without Griping or
Indigestion and constipation are two
conditions 'that are closely related and
the cause of much physical suffering.
The tendency to in4ulge one's appe
tite is more or less general and most
people suffer at oni time or another
U9Eeb ellio3 Q t ie gvertaxed organs
of ge o and elimination. A pleas
antly effective remedy, that will quick
ly relieve the congestion of poisonous
stomach waste and restore regularity,
Is the compound of simple laxative
herbs sold in drug storeB for fifty
cents a bottle under the npme of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This is a
mild, pleasant laxative tonic, free
from opiatos or narcotic drugs, and
has been the standard household rem
edy in thousands of homes for many
Mrs. Oliver Young, Merrill, Wis.,
writing to Dr. Caldwell, says, she
knows of nothing so effective for reg
ulating the stomach and bowels; since
taking Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
she feels ten years younger; her work
Aged Sleigh Still In Use.
Edward Berry of West Pittsfield
drives a sleigh which lie asserts is 184
years old. He says it was bought by
the West Pittsfield Shakers in 1761
and was supposed to have been thirty
years old then. It is now owned by
Irving Weller and has been in his
family forty-five years.
DON'T LOSE ANOTHER HAIR
Treat Your Scalp With Cuticura and
Prevent Hair Falling. Trial Free.
For dandruff, itching, burning scalp,
the cause of dry, thin and falling hair,
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are most
effective. Touch spots of dandruff and
itching with Cuticura Ointment. Then
shampoo with Cuticura Soap and, hot
water. No treatment more successful.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, '"uticura, Dept. L,
B2aston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
A writer says speech was given to
man to conceal his thoughts. it was
a needless precaution in most cases.
Robert Burns in 80 days walked
3,640 miles, from San Francisco to
New York to visit his parents.
To iv ent The Grip
00146 use Gi p ative Himmne Quinine ro,
tuoyci the catisp. There to only one 1*Bront
Quiniuc." H. W. Gaovt' signature on box. Xc
New Zealand factories in 1913 man
ufactured clothing vaued at $400,000
Kansas City W1
They Find "External" Treatment Bettei
Than Internal Medicines for
.We give 'below letters from a num.
'ber of Kansas City, Mo., ladies whc
were selected by their druggists to tr3y
-out Vap.O-'Rub--thme "outside" treat.
ment four cold troubles, introduced in
Kansas City last wintier. Vap-O-Rub) is
the inytention of a North Carolina
-druggist. It comes in salvo form, and
has a two-fold action--first, the body
heat releases the ingredients in the
form of vapors, that are inhaled with
each breath--second, Vap-O-Rub is
absorbed through and stimulates the
skin, .aiding the vap~ors inhaled to
relieve 'the congestion.
Mrs. James Hollens, .1928 Tracy
Ave., has used Vick's herself for colds
in the chest and asthma, and has also
used it o1. her children, and "inds it
Mrs. Almira Turner, 1214 E. 24th
St., relieved her husband of brojmchitls
with two 'nights' applications. She
also used on -her four .months old baby
for -cold and on tihe other children, and
says--"I find Vap-O-Rub does every
thing you say."
Mrs. T. L. Marshall, 139 N. Lawn
dale A've., has two children, one six
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Get a bottle of nr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin from your druggist and have -it
In thle house. A trial bottle, free of
charge, can be obtained by writing to,
Dr. W. 13. Caldwell, 208 WashingtonA
St., Monticello, 111.
Our Queer Language.
"Poor Illank hans'broken down."
"FPeels badly about it too, I suppose."
"Yes, he is all broken up."
,Constantinople was founded In 330
Keep Him Workin
HAN FO R D'S,
Balsam of Mrrh
A ti I -
For Qalls, Wire
Thrush, Old ores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846. AotI
Price 25c, 50 and $1.00
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Bl Dalem af 0" wrrh
o G ,YRAWUSE,.Y.
Years old and one eight months old.
The baby last winter had an obstinate
cough for quite a while. Mrs. MarAy
shall used Vap-O-Rub and writes- -
"The cough soon yielded to this treat.
Childen Me dien
Theicabyslast bentriead anithstnae.,
cogefretiea."ie Mrs. Maasalas rie-.
"hl dVap-O-ppastous bause wrte
delicate little stomachs are not be
ing loaded dlown with medicines con
taining opium and other harmful in- -
Mrs. J. S. Hollis, 3022 Forest Ave.,
used Vap-O-Rub for 'a terrific cold
could not breathe through my nose at
all--impossible to go to sloop. Used
Vick's Vap-O-Rub and in five minutes.
wvas asleep andl breathing easily."
Mrs. WV. A. Winklecr, 6228 EO. 15th St.
says--"My baby had a cold, almost.
pneumonia. I used.( Vap-O-Rub on him
as directed, and in one day's time he
Mrs. Anna Taylor, 6040 Walroud
Ave., has four~ children, and says-"I
have never used anything as godd for
coughs and colds8 as Vap-O-Itub.
Mr's. Hlarry Webb, 2123 EO. 37th'st
says-"Our~ little girl is very suscep
tible to colds, and in fagt this is the
only winter and spring that she has es
caped lpneumonia, aid we -believe it is
Vap-O-itub that has kept her from a
spell this year." Three sizes--250,
,65c and $1.00.
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bura paper tat conain the beteement, of a
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with ten years to repay. Provide or a home, and
ituesisrcebore and after death,
in.r r lt AE-o ratge ioAF n
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Seeds and Plants .
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l,000;AB~ea i,000 for d.000 or more. Varte
Jersey Wakefleld, Charleston Wakefield Early Spring
Early Fiat Dutch, Late Flat Dutch, Early Successlo.
Late Succession. Beet. Lettuce and Onion plants
$1.80 per 1,000. All plants by mail B0o per
100. For a orofitable crop buy your plants from Q
ALFRED JOUANNET. Mt. Plesant. S.
Beans Por S81
Greatest of all land improved '
the Cotton States, $2.50 l4t
F. A. BUSH, Jiciaind.