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"RINK HOT W
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Why'rheumatism and lumbago s
hot water each mor
Just as coal, whet it burns, leaves
.hehind a certain amount of incombus.
tible material in the form of ashes, so
the food and drink taken day. 'ter day
leaves in the alimentary ca- . a cer
tain amount of indigestible .jatorial,
which if not completely eliminated
each day, becomes food for the mil
lions of bacteria which infest the bow
els. From this mass of left-over waste
material, toxins and ptomaine-like pol
Sons, called uric acid, is formed and
then sucked into the blood where it
continues to circulate, collecting grain
by grain in the joints of the body
much like rust collects on the hinge
as shown above.
Men and women who suffer from
lumbago, rheumatism or sore, stiff,
aching joints should begin drinking
phosphated hot water, not as a means
to magic relief from pain, but to pre
vent more uric acid forming in the
system. Before eating breakfast each
morning, drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate in it. This will first neu
tralize and then wash out of the stom
Reader--iave you any modern fic
Librarian-No, madam; our book
buyer has been on a six-months' trip.
A frenzied financier is one who pro
vides for his family at the expense of
those who are not cognizant of his
This world wouldn't move so fast it
it depended on some people we know
to push it along.
All potatoes have eyes, and some
To Build Up
After Grippe, Colds
Take a blood cleanser and alterative
that starts the liver and stomach into
vigorous action, called Dr. Pierce's
- Golden Medical- Discovery because of
one of Its principal ingr. dients-the
Golden Seal plant. It assists the body
to manufacture rich red blood which
feeds the heart-nerves-brain and
organs of the body. The organs work
smoothly like machinery running in
oil. You feel clean, strong and stren
uous. Buy "Medical Discovery" to
day and in a few days you will know
that the bad blood is passing out, and
new, rich, pure blood is fllling your
veins and arteories.
"1 suspect there is something in this
rumor about' a peace mcvement in
"Everybody is dlenying it."
"What sort of' peas (do you wish?"
"Give me some of those royal nibs
that i read so much about."
Throw Off Colds and Prevent Grip.
Eouv snaturoon box.2o
Giving a hiungr'y mnan advice is about
as satisfactory as feeding ice cream
to a wax d~oll.
Bolivar Women Em
Instead of Dosing Delicate L.ittle Stom
*acha They Re'commend the External
Treatment - Vap-O-Rub.
Mrs. M. 3. Porter, and Mrs. J.
Jacques, of Bolivar, Me., and Mrs. M. El.
F~err'el, on Rural Route No. 2, like all
intelligent mothers, believe internal
medicines are bad for children, and
yet cold ti'oubles must have some kind
of treatment. When Vick's Vap-O-Rub
was introduced here from the South
last seasont these ladies found it' filled
the need exactly. Vap-O-Rub is
a salve, which, when applied' to the
warmth of the body, is vaporized by
Sthe body heat. These vap'or,, inhaled
awith each breath, carry the medication
thr'ough the air passages to the lungs,
and, in addition, Vick's is absorbed
through the skin, relieving the tight
ness and soreness. This two fold
action makes Vap-O-Rub useful for
a wide variety of infiammations-from
inflammations of the air passages and
lungs, such as head colds, catarrh,
tsthmatiq troubles, bronchitis and
Uoeep chest coids--down to liliamnma
tions of the skin and tissues, suich as
ATER .AND RID
ufferers should drink phosphated
ring before breakfast
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels the pre
vious day's accumulation of toxins and
poisons; thus, cleansing, sweetening,
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal, each morning, before putting
more food into the stomach. *
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug
store but is sufficient to make any
rheumatic or lumbago sufferer an en
thusiast on the morning inside bath.
Millions of people keep their joints
free from these rheumatic acids by
practicing this daily internal sanita
tion. A glass of hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate, drank
before breakfast, is wonderfully invig
orating; besides, it is an excellent
health measure because it cleanses the
alimentary organs of all the waste,
gases and sour fermentations, making
one look and feel clean, sweet and
fresh all day.
Those who try this for one 'wedk
may find.. themselves free from sick
headaches, constipation, bilious at
tacks, sallowness, nasty breath and
What She Needed.
Mistress-What do we need for din
Servant--Sure, ma'am, and I've
tripped over a rug an' we need a
new set of dishes.
First ex-Convict--You said you lad
a diamond pin. What did it cost you?
Second Ditto-Six months.
Pessimists are the best thing there
is for sitting around and hatching out
There's nothing like an obstacle for
getting in a man's way.
Uric acid causes backache, pains
here and there, rheumatism, gout,
gravel, neuralgia and sciatica. It was
Dr. Pierce who discovered a new
agent, called "Anuric," which will
throw out and completely eradicate
this uric acid from the system. "An
uric" is 37 times more potent than
Zithia, and consequently you need no
longer fear muscular or articular rheu
matism or gout, or many other dii
cases which are dependent on uric
acid within the body.
If you feel that tired, worn-out
feeling, backache, neuralgia, or If your
sleep is disturbed by to. frequent ur-i
nation, go to your best drug store and
ask for Doctor Pierce's Anuric Tab
lets, full treatment 50c, or send 10
cents for a trial package of "Anuric"
Tablets to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Well, What Are Autos For?
Her new electric was standing out
in front of her house. She wished to
call on the woman who lived across
the street. Of course, the electric was
right there; there was no need of
one's walking. She got in, drove
across the street, turning the machine
as she did so. and alighted on the op
Uce Murine after Expeaure i. Ceold,
Cutting Winds and Dust. It Restores,
Refreshes and Promotes Eye Health.
Good for all Eyes that Need Care.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago,
Sends Eye Book on request.
The greater part of Chilean coal is
so soft that fully 30 per cent of it is
wasted at the mines.
~r Chilren's Colds
burns, bruises, stings, piles and mus
Mrs. Porter says-Vap-O-Rub is
very fine for sore throat, rheumatism,
etc. I take pleasure in recommend
Mrs. Jacques says-"I have used
several bottles of Vick's Vap-O-Rtub,
and have found it better than inter
Mrs. Ferrel writes-"We have given
Vap-O-R~uh a fair trial and find it ex
collent for croup, colds, sore throat,
etc. It is certainly fine for children. WVe
have also found it very good in cases
or sulnbur'n, fever sorcs and muscu
lar rheumatism." Three sizes, 25c, 50c
NOTICE:-Last winter, in order to
acquaint their customers with Vap.O
Itub, a number of druggists through
out the state present ed c,omnplimentary
jars to a few of thcir customers, on
condition that they give this prepara
tion a thorough trial and report the
results. By kind permission those re
Ports are now being used in this se
ries of advertisements.
- 1oenuine -
PICKENS BOY FIRST TO FALL
Fred A. Griffin, Natlye 'South Caro
linlan Killed at Columbus, N. M.
Sentry Who Gave The Alarm.
Easley.-Fred A. Griffin, the first
Amerh'dan kil!ed in the raid by' Villa's
bandit force on Columbus, N. M., was
a native of' Pickens county. 1He wan
28 years old and had been in the arny
for about five years. He came of- one
of the best known families (A. this
county. lie was a private in Troop
K, Thirteenth United States cavalry,
stationed at Columbus.
Mr. Griffin was a son of Ambrose
Griffin, a well known farmer of Pick
ens county, living near the county
seat. Young Griffin's grandfather,
Capt. Griffin, is one of the county's
best known citizens. Fred Griffin had
been in the army for about five years.
le has many relatives in Tickens, the
family being well known throughout
Fred Griffiti was one of the first
Americans to feel the fire of the in
vading Mexican. lIe was on sentry
duty when Villa's bandits launched
their charge an(d he at once gave the
alarm by firing into the body of Mex
icans. His rifle spoke death for at
least two Mexicans before he was
Fred A. Griffin was the third sol
dier of his family. His father, Am
brose Griffin, was a volunteer in the
United Statea army in the Spanish.
American war and saw service in
Cuba. Ills grandfather, Capt. J. A.
Griffin, is a well known Confederate
veteran of Pickens county.
Moonlight Schools Popular.
Greenville.-The moonlight system
of free schools, which has been con
ducted so successfully in North Caro
Tina and other ,states, is becoming
very popular in this county and the
attendance records have far exceed
ed the expectations of those Interest
in the movement. J. B. Davis, coun
ty superintendent of education, said
that the total enrollment to date
amounted to 625 students. "I consider
this a remarkable showing," said Mr.
Davis, "taking into consideration the
fact that the schools were started
only a short time ago."
White Heads Anderson College.
Anderson.-The Rev. John E. White,
D.D., pastor of the First Baptist
church of Anderson, has been elected
president of Anderson college, suc
ceeding Dr. James P. Kinard, who re
signed a few weeks ago. The board
of deacons of the church voted unani
mously to recommend to the congre
gation that Dr. White be allowed to
accept the presidency carrying on the
duties of pastor and president at the
Columbia.-B. H. Teague, majoi
general, commanding the South Caro
lina division, United Confederate Vet
erans, officially announces that the
state reunion will be held this year at
Rock Hill, April 25 and 26. By his
appointment the "official ladies" of
the division are Miss Virginia Saun
ders. sponsor, Stateburg; Miss Nell
Mantagne Carter, maid of honor, Col
umbia, and Mrs. William L. Saun
ders, matron of honor, Stateburg.
Chlld Burn, to Death.
Surmter.-Swinson Ray. the 18.
months-old infant of Mr. and Mr-s. E.
R. Taylor, was burned to death when
his clothing caught fire while he and
his twin brother were playing. i'Ms.
Taylor was in an adjacent room and
ran to the rescue of the little fellow
upon hearing his screams. She was
badly burned about tihe hands In try
ing to extinguish the flames.
Pythlans Going to Columbia.
C"olumbia.--Chick Springs' misfor
tune, that resort having fallen of late
into the bankruptcy court, has
brought Columbia the good fortune of
entertainIng this spring the South Car
olina grand lodge, Knights of Pythias.
The annual convention will he held In
Columbia May 23-24.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS.
Gov. Manning has or-der-ed an elec
tion for May 9 oft the question of an
nexing a small portion of Berkeley
county to Charleston county.
John T. Melten, cashier of the Na
tional Stgmte Blank at Columbia. died
a few (days age.
Governor Manning spent the week
end in Igor'ida.
Fire recently destroyed the Gettys
Hotel at Bllacksburg. Damage is esti
mated at about $8,000,
The population of ,Oreenville at the
census of 1910 was 15,741, and it is
estimated that it was 17,395 on July
Ralph Tate of Travelers Rest in
Greenville county is among the young
South Carolinians serving in the hor
der patrol in the Southwest. Mr. Tate
was a leader among the boy corni
growers of the Piedmont and his
achievements in that line earned him
a trip to Washington only ab~ouf a
The first (-attie sale in the splendid1
new stockyards at Rock 11111 has beeni
postponedl froem March 22 until Mareb-i
29, one wveek later.
Sumter- is installing a modern fire
The Orangebur'g city council has
decided to construcet its own hulbdir
for the municipal water, light andit
power plant and( wull not award the
butsliess to a contractor.
Twenty-seven South Carolinians
have enrolled for service at the mili
tary training camp to be held this
sprIing at Fort Ogiethorpe, near Chat
EEL, PIORENS, S. 0.
. 0y . SELLERS, Acting Director o.
ay Seool Course of the Moody
Bible Institute. Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1916, western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR MARCH 26
REVIEW-THE GREAT MULTI
READING LESSON--Revelation 7:9-17.
GOLDIEN TECXT--They shall hunger ne
more, neither hirst any more; neithet
shall the sun trike upon themt, nor aly
heat; for the lamb that is in the inldst
of the throine shall be their shepherd,
and shall guide them unto fountains of
waters of lif.: and God sliall wipe away
all tears from 4heir eyes.-Rev. 7:16, 17.
I. General Information - Omitting
lessons 4, 7 and 11, all of the past
quarter's work has to do with the
early, the apostolic church, covering
a period of time from A. D. 30 to per
haps A. D. 37, six or seven years. The
chief events are the resurrection of
Jesus, the coming of the Holy Spirit,
the change in the apostles, particular
ly Peter, the conversion and baptism
of 3,000 believers, fellowship ald won
ders worked among these believers, the
beginning of persecution, tte selection
of seven deacons, Stephen's testimony
and death, the dispersion of the Chris
tians, the work of Philip, great growth
in the early church.
Historically these lessons have to
do with the things that Jesus began
and continued to do after his resur
rection through the power of the Holy
Spirit. It is, therefore, a story of the
power of t e risen Christ. The prin
cipal char ters are of two classes. (1)
The leading workers. Of these are:
Peter and John, apostles; the 120 dis
ciples, Barnabas, the seven deacons,
particularly Stephen and Philip; the
Ethiopian eunuch and Gamaliel, who
gave some friendly assistance. (2)
The chief enemies: Those who falsely
accused the apostles, the rulers of the
Jews and the temple, Ananias and
Sappilra, Saul and Simon lagnus.
It is not diflicult to paint a word pic
ture of the events of the past quar
ter. This may be done by assigning
to separate pupils such questions as:
Where, when and why did the event
of this lesson occur? To another pu
pil assign the task of telling what l
tinks the scene looked like, and t(
still another to name the chief per
sons mentioned in each lesson. Lel
these assignments omit lessons 4,
and 11, which do not chronologicall;
fit into the work of this quarter. Th
remaining pupils should be primed t(
supply any omitted facts and to col
rect any mistakes.
I. The Coming of Power. Lesson :
The ascension of Jesus is one the
shows -s the risen Christ as the give
of the Holy Spirit and he is the Al
Powertul One who has carried foi
ward the things Jesus "began to do,
Lesson 2. This is very much tile sam
except that it suggests the man sid'
of this f.ransaction. As the early dis
ciples obeyed, they received. In lik4
manner the Spirit is given today t<
those that "ask him." Lesson 3 shtowi
what effect we may anticipate wher
we proclaim the fact of the riser
II. The Use of Power. Lessen I
(omitting No. 4) has to do with thlt
daily waik and work of those wile hac
so recently received this newly be
stowed power. Through his servants
Jesus, by tile power of the Spirit, healt
and makes strong the lame man al
the temple gate-a case of "applied
Christianity," the pcever of practica'
social service. As a& result of thh
service Peter and John (Lessen 6) had
opportunity to give their testimony tc
the rulers, tile result of whlichi con
founded the enemies who thought the)
had conquered Christ at Calvary-th<
use of power in testimony. The fur
ther evidence of how tis new powei
was using men is that givenl in lessor
8, the Christian Brotherhood at Jeru
III. The Test of Power. Stepher
(lesson 10) was one of those who had
been separated for tile care of th(
temporal affairs of tile early church
yet his testimony and martyrdom eas
Ily makes him more famous than most
of the apostles and forever exalts the
layman in the Christian church,
One other (lesson 12) of those severi
deacons, Philip, was also so signally
used and blessed thlat his name and
deeds are almost as familiar to us a.
is the work of Stephen.
In the first case this newly bestowed
power filled the witness with a calm
ness and courage that will always re
main an inspiration, while in the see.
end illustration Philip so gave himsell
to the direction and leadership of the
Spirit as to go where ho was sent;
and when to human judgment hi.
presence was essential to the carrying
on of a great revival, he obeyed the
now command andl left the multitude
to deal with a single indJIvidual.
Jesus makes no0 reference to the
''mass consciousness" and the Holy
Spirit's power receives no greater or
more far-reachling test thlan thlat whic11
had to (10 wIth its dealings withl the
IPach teacher should see to it thai
each scholar shall read these eight
chapters several tirr.es, if possible, be
fore the review occurs, in order that
they may see the quarter's werk as a
whole, for it is indeed one story: the
story of the risen Christ winnling meni
to himself and equipping thenm to ge
forth in obedience to his last greal
command (Luke 24:-46-49; Acts 1:.)
YOUR DRAY, FADED OR -RAY-SfREAKE8
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Do this: Apply like a shampoo Q-Ban
(Iair Color Restorer to your hair and
scalp, and dry hair in sunlight. A few
applications like this turn all your
gray, faded, dry or gray-streaked hair
to an even, beautiful dark shade.
Q-Ban also makes scalp and entire
head of hair healthy, so all your hair
(whether gray or not) is left soft,
fluffy, lustrous, wavy, thick, evenly
dark, charming and fascinating, with
out even a trace of gray hair showing,
Insist on having Q-Dan, as it is harm
less-no dye-but guaranteed to dark
en gray hair or money returned. Big
bottle 50c at druggists' or sent pre
paid. Address Q-l3an, Front St., Mem
"Will the vaccination mark show,
"That depends entirely on you,
It takes some men a lifetime to dis
cover how unimportant they are.
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taking Lydia E. Pinkham's I
those who seem hopelessly ill,
fered a great di
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geine Co., Lynn, Mass., f'or specis
New Camera Like Telescope.
A camera that can be used for tak
ing photographs without the. subject's
knowledge, resembling in appearance
a shor-t telescop~e, has been brought
out in Europe, in spite of the wvar's ab
sorbing interest, says Popular Science
Monthly. A lens almost invisible is
located in the side or the telescope, so
that the photogr-apher-, pointing what
appears to be a telescope at somel dis
tant object, can get snapshots of ob
jects that interest him, directly at
right angles to his apparent line of
The lens is equip~ped wih an ad
justable shutter, so that snapshots or
time exposures can be made. For
tourists traveling in foreign lands such
an equipment would be of considerable
value, as natives often spoil negatives
by unnatural posing and vacant star
ing. and this little camera wvould throw
them off their guard. in Europe they
call these contrivances "detective"
Keeping It Warm.
"You've heard of bottledl wrath?"
"You bet. My wife uses a thermos
verar /re y svi t
It to the
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For Galls, Wire
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
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Made Since 1846. Ask Asboo
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All Dealers sa. a
alth Through Use
ay it is Household
ictor. Called it a
low the wonderful effects of
tegetable Compound even on
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r three months I passed what the
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way as one generally goes under
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ir Compound in the house." -Mrs.
1642 Fulton St., Harrisburg, Penn.
Ole to Move.
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I 'took Lydia E.
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rchildren and am
e to the Lydia E. Pinkhiam IMedi
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"Does your wife wvaar spats?"
"Wear 'em? She starts 'em."
Talk is so cheap that many a man
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bandler'. of ROEa
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Reofrence 1t National Bank. Richeond. Va.
WOOD80ON-CRAiO CO., Commission Mvoaroi
Dept. B, Richmond, V.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 13-1916.
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