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Guarantee "Dodson's Lver Tot
and Bowel Ceansing You Ev
Stop using calomeli It makes you
Sick. Don't lose a day's work. It you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
pated, listen to mel
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. Thi is when you feel that aw
ful nausea ,and cramping. It you feel
"all knocked out," i your liver is tor
pid and bowels constipated or You;
have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, it breath Is bad or stomach
sour Just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarahtee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 60-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a
No Precaution Neglected.
The little son of a clergyman re
cently appeared at breakfast with
distinct evidences of a hastily made
"Why. Edmund," , his mother re
monstrated, "I believe you forgot to
brush your hair."
"I was in sujg 4 Iurry to get to
school," he explained.
I hp you didn't forget to say your
rayers?" she asked anxiously.
"No, sirree!" was the emoihatic as
irance; "that's one thing I never for
it. Safety first! '-Harper's 'Maga
TALK ABOUT ITCHING
A well known Georgia dentist, Dr.
R. H. Thomas, Valdosta, Ga., writes:
"I feel as though some encouragement
is due you for the good results I
obtained from Hancock Sulphur Com
pound. I suffered greatly for three
long, hot summers, with some -un
known itch on my legs from my knees
to my ankles. There was no eruption
-the skin perfectly clear and smooth
but talk about itching, it certainly did
it. I have used one fifty cent bottle
of Hancock Sulphur Compound and
think I am nearly well. Many thanks."
Hancock Sulphur Compound and
Ointment are sold by all dealers.
Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
more, Md. Write for Booklet.--Adv.
"Is that little boy I saw you play
ing with this afternoon a good boy,
Willie?" asked him mother.
"No," replied Willie, "he ain't much
good, but he's the only kid on the
block that I can lick."
ALLEN'S FOOT-f!ASE FOR THE
Many war zone hospitals have ordered
Allen's Foot-Ease. the antiseptic powder,
for use among the troops. Shakon into
the shoes and used in the foot-bath,
Allen's Foot-Ease gives rest and comfort
and makes walking a delight. Sold every
where, 25c. Try it today. Adv.
An English inventor has patented a
perforated comb for spraying perfumes
or lotions into the hair.
IFor thrush use Hanford's Balsam.
Man's greed for gold is believed to
have been the original yellow fever
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
pld people who are feeble, and younger
people who are weak, will be streng thened
and enabled to go through the depress
ing heat of summer by taking regularly
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies
and enriches the blood and builds up the
whole system. Soc.
So They Are.
"This candidate says he believes in
talking to the voters, man to man."
"He'd better go slow about that."'
"The women are beginning to figure
in .politics more or less."
Rest Those Worn Nerves
Don't give up. When you feel
all unstrung, when family cares
seem too hard to bear, and back
ache, dizzy headaches and irregu
lar kidney action mystify you, re
member that such troubles often
-come from weakc kidneys and it
may be that you only need Doan's
Kidney Pills to make you well.
bon't' delay, Profit by other peo
A North Carolina Case
ser . C.R s
Albemnarlo, N. C., 'relus
s a y s : "I had a story.
constant, dull adhe
In the small of my
back. My kidneys
a n d bladder were
*w ea k p~nd morn
ings I felt so tired.
a nd lame I could
hardly drag my self
o ed. My '
h a d a and limbs
Sswelied my heads
a o he d and I waus
Dloan's Kidney Pills made me feel like
a different woman and I hp,ve enjoyed
.good health since."
* et Deaa~eat An tere, S0e a 8
Z y di bud VnyPe s:e
IOU? OI STOP!
DNAMITE ON LIYER
e" Will Give You the Best Liver
ir Had-Doesn't Make You Sick!
spoonful and if it doesn't straighten
you right up and make you feel fine
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and gt your money. Dod
Son's Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirdly vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sJuggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consuti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
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.
A miss of about four years, on her
way home by interurban a short time
ago, kept the passengers amused by
her cunning ways and mature conver
Sation. Two man passengers sitting
near her engaged her in conversation
and one asked:
."When you have money do you buy
omietimes," she replied.
"If I give you ten cents will you
spend it for candy?"
"Yes," promptly. A dime was given
The other man then said to her:
"Now, you talked that gentleman* out
of ten cents," to.which she denturely
"Yes, but I smlio4 at him first.'
Now Is the T to Get Rid of These
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling auhanied of your freckles, an the
prescription otbine-double strength-Is
guaranteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine-double
strength-from your druggist. and apply a
little of It night and morning and you
should soon see that even the worst freckles
have begun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It Is seldom
that more than one ounce is needed to com
pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful
no sure to ask for the double strength
othine, an this Is sold under guarantee of
money back If It fails to remove freckles.
"Jagsby's wife married him to re
"Umph! How long ago was that?"
"Oh, about twenty years ago."
"She doesn't seem to have made
"No, but she's a cheerful little wom
an. She hopes to accomplish wonders
with Jagsby in the next twenty years."
For wire cuts use Hanford's Balsam.
An automobile tire valve has been
invented that acts a aa safety valve to
relieve excessive pressure.
TRY -DARKENING YOUR GRAY
HAIR WITHOUT DYES
Shampoo your hair and scalp each
morning for about a week with Q-Ban
Hair Color Restorer. If your hair is
gray, streaked with gray, prematurely
gray or faded, brittle, thin or falling,
all your hair will then be beautifully
darkened and to such a natural, even
dark shade no one would suspect that
you had applied Q-Ban. Q-Ban is no
dye, perfectly harnmless, but makes all
yvour hair soft, fluffy, thick, with that
lustrous dark shimmer which makes
your hair so fascinating. Big bottle
sent prepaid or sold by druggists for
60c. Address Q-Ban Laboratories, Mem
He, Modesty at its Best.
H-Iunderstand Miss Bash is very
She--Goodness, yes. She now wears
glasses because someone told her to
look at something with the naked
Keep Hanford's Balsam in your sta
Men will shake your hand if you
have money-If you haven't they'll
RESINOL SPEEDILY HEALS
ITCHING, BURNING SKINS
Usually resinol ointment, with res
inol soap, stops itching at once, quickly
and easily heals distressing cases of
eczema, rash, ringworm, tetter or simi
lar tormenting skih or scalp eruptions,
and clears away pimples, redness,
roughness, and dandruff, when other
treatments have proven useless.
Physicians have prescribed resino)
for twenty years, while thousands
whose skins have been healed say,
"What resinol did for us it will do for
you." Try it! All druggists sell real
nol soap and resinol ointment.--Adv.
Production of copper in the United
States is more than 25 times what it
was in 1880.
8optUnleklv. 'F.t ears o Un nnpd
Sin*$MPE ,Red Bank, N.'..
So Sudden, Too.
Maude-Do you get me?
Frank-Is that a leap-year 'lpro
REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN EAR.
LY IN JUNE.-4YSTEM SAME
AS TWO YEARS AGO.
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark
the Progress of South Carolina-Peo.
pie, Gathered Around the State
A complete re-enrollment this year A
of all white Democratic voters in the
state of South Carolina is required by
the rules adopted, by the state conven
tion in its meeting;, the machinery for
this was later provided at the meet. t
ing of the state executive committee.
which named the first Tuesday in
June as the day for opening the club 3
regisration books. The system of en- I
rollment will be the same as two t
years ago, and the books will be in
almost identically the same form.
The Christensen faction of the
Beaufort delegation not only won its C
place in the convention but also se
cured the protection of the state pri
mary machine In municipal affairs.
The new rules provide that a primary 1
shall be held in any city of not more I
than 10,000 inhabitants on petition of
lv per cent of the qualified voters.
The county-to-county canvass of
delegates for state offices will begin
Tuesday, June 20, and will not end
until shortly before the first primary
August 29. The itinerary has been left
in the hands of a subcommitee of the
state executive committee to consist
of 'John Gary Evans of Spartanburg,
chairman, Wilie Jones of Columbia
and G. A. Guignard of Lexington coun.
ty. This year the. candidate will visit t
45 county seats, McCormick having
been lately added to the roster of
towns competent to support the "bien
Unexpectedly to its scattered sup- I
porters, the delegations favoring the
abolition of the state campaign as
carried on for a number of years de
cided not to force a fight on their
rule on the floor of the convention,
but let the matter die in the commit
tee room where, it is said, able argu
ments and much discussion preceded
the unfavorable report, by the com
mittee. It is certain, however, that
the resolution would have met defeat
in the convention proper, even had
the proposition been carried before
the higher tribunal.
Issues Licenses to New Companies.
Insurance Commissioner McMaster
said that he had'issued licenses to the
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
company of Boston, and the Southern
Mortgage company of Atlanta, as
;martgage loan companies to make
loans in South Carolina. The John
Hancock Mutual Life Insurance com
pany is not licensed to write life in
surance but solely to make mortgage
loans. It already has mortgage loans
throughout the United States exceed.
The Southern Mortgage company of
Atlanta has a capital of $300,000 and
an experience of many years in the
farm loan business in Georgia and
elsewhere. It has decided to under
take the placing of loans for farmers
in South Carolina." This means the]
bringing of considerable money into
the state as the Southern Mortgage
Co. has clients in the East who have
placed a great deal of money through
it on Georgia farms. Among its cus
tomers for these loans is the John
Hancock Mutual Life Insurance com
pany of Boston.
It is understood that these com
panies will continue their loans to
farm mortgages. The companies later
will announce the methods by which
they will make loans.
In this connection the insurance
commissioner has information that
the New York Life Insurance company
very recently has loaned $45,000 on the
Masonic temple in Greenville, t'wo
loans of $13,000 and $7,000 on city
property in Florence, $8,000 on private
property in Florence, and $9,000 on a
farm in Richland county.
Several New Charters Issued.
The secretary of state has issued
a charter 'to Smith's Grocery Com
pany, Inc., of Mullins with a capital
of $2,000. The officers are 0. El. Smith,
president, secretary and-treasurer, and
Mamie Smith, vice president.
The Acme Repair Company ''of
Charleston has been chartered by the
secretary of state with a capital of
$1,600. The officers are El. El. Hort
man, presiden~t and treasurer, and
William Keach, general manager.
The Lemon-Kola and Jersey Creme
Blottling Company of Charleston has
been commissioned with a capital of
$5,000. The petitioners are: W. Hi.
Brlgmann and J. C. Hall, Jr.
A commission was issued to the
Congaree Farms Company of Colum
bia with a capital of $30,000. The pe
'titioners are W. T. Aycock, W. W. Ar
t~hur and W. Anderson Clarkson.
The. Woodlawn Lumber Company,
has been chartered witha capital of
$5,000. The offi'cers are: El. A. Jor
dan, president; Arthur Jordan, vice
president and W. H. Howell, secre
louth Carolina Hog industry*;,.
The remarkable increase of the
tog industry. in South Oarolina iA -.re
:ent years is shown by the hog census
ust completed, under direction of W.
V. Long, head of the farm-demonstra.
ion work In this state. The census
vas made by school districts through
he demonstration agents In each
ounty and shows an increase of 80
ier cent in hog raising since the ien
us of 1910-and an increase of 60 per
ent of mature hogs In that time.
There were raised 'last year for
Lome use and for sale 878,387 .mature
Logs as against 660,000 hogs in 1910
ounting in these census figures
pring pigs which are not included in
he figures for last year. The number
if hogs raised in the -state last year
or home use was 642,629, and the
umber raised for sale last year were
:80,708. It is estimated that the num
ier of -hogs which will be grown for
iale this year will be 824,609. The
kumber which will be grown for home
ise, it is estimated, will be larger this
rear than last.
Another interesting fact In connec
ion with the hog census is that the
ndustry is greater in the low country
han in the up-country. Williamsburg
ounty is the banner in the hog in
lustry, having grown over 60,000 last
,ear, while Pickens county in the
Lorthern end of the state raised less
han 10,000. Orangeburg county rais
d 40,000 hogs last year while Spartan
iurg grew less than 24,000..
The introduction and rapid increase
if registered hogs In the low country
s fast driving out the razorback,
vhich so long predomin'ated.
The figures on the growth of the
Log industry will be read by poctor
.ong before a gathering of business
non at Orangeburg tomorrow when
Le meets them in connection with the
oroposed packing house there.
legro Truckmen to Be Employed.
E. J. Watson, commissioner of agri
ulture, commerce and industries, has
nailed out circulars to all textile
nanufacturing plants advising that
he employment of negro truckmen
s not prohibited under the race seg
egation act. Previously textile man
ifacturers were notified that negrp
ruckmen came within the provisions
>f the law. An opinion was recently
riven by Thomas H. Peeples, attor
key general, that the provisions of the
mendatory act do not apply to negro
ruckmen as such inhibition is not
Luthorized by the title, the word
'truckmen," having been erroneously
>mitted fro mthe list of occupations,
,o which the restrictions of the law
more to be applied.
When advised that negro truckmen
would be debarred, textile manufac
turers from all parts of the state
met with Mrs. Watson and, Mr. Pee
ples, attorney general, and emphasiz
ed that a constitutional test 'of the
case would be made, should the law
be held valid when applied to truck.
men. It was pointed out that approx
imately 2,000 negroes are employed in
this branch of work in the different
textile plants throughout the state
and that a complete readjustment
would be necessary In providing meth
Ads of transferring heavy goods. The
Latest interpretation is that negro
.ruckmen shall not come within the
3onfines of the law, and the necessity
>f the textile manufacturers carrying
~he case to the courts is thus obviated
Bulletin on Forage Crops.
There has just been prepared by
M1r. W. R. Elliott, district agent of the
Demonstration Work in the Central
District, for distribution, a bulletin
m forage crops for South Carolina
l'his is the most complete bulletin
;hat was ever published on forage
3rops for South Carolina and it has
net with most favorable comments
[nasmuch as there is a well developed
nterest in livestock in South Carolina
Ill those who are especially interested
.n forage crops should receive this
bulletin. It is bulletin No. 18, and is
!ree for distribution to farmers in
Opinion Was Misconstrued.
A few days ago the attorney gen
eral rendered an opinion to the effect
that 'the governor had the authority
to appoint one chief constable for the
enforcement of the prohibition law,
with statewide authority. The opinion
rurther advised that the governor
Is authoribed to appoint two deputy
conetables in any county. This opin
Ion seems to have been misconstrued
by a great many people and as a re
Buit the governor has received a large
number of tieters applying for sp
pointment in the various counties.
Lever Pleased With Amendment.
Special from Washington.-- The
amendment of Representative Lever
to the rural credits bill providing for
:leposits of $6,000,000O during any fiscal
rear in the land banks created by- the
bill under consideration in the house
is regarded here as an important vic
tory for the agriculturial interests of
the cotntry. It is some such provi
3ion as this that spokesmen of the
farmers have been demanding and
'ir. Lever is well pleased upon hir
imending the bill to this effect.
Fish Hatchery For ThIs State.
Special from Washington.-The
rouse committee on merchant marine
Ind fisheries submitted its omnibus
!ish hatchery bill. It is provided
therein that a migratory fish station
shlall be established on the South At
Lantic coast, in Georgia, North Caro
lia or South Carolina, at a cost or
$50,000. This is good news for South
D~arolina and means that if the Pal
motto state -can defeat Georgia an'
NJorth Carolina in securing this insti
tution a new enterprise will be estab)
lished at an early date.
t Atnts h Pl
ALCOHOL- PER CENT,
[ opiostes DlgeStion,Cheerful
ness ad Rest.Containsneither
oft tu p e nor Mincral.
a. Feverishness nd.
44 OSS.OF SLEEP.
EAxact Copy orWrapper
Records Suited Him.
"I've looked up your family tree,"
said the genealogist, "but I doubt if
you will be pleased with it. Your
great-great-grand father was hanged
for murder; your great-grandfather
was imprisoned for robbery; your
grandfather was tarred and feathered
for beating his wife. Th at's. not a
very good record, is it?"
"I should say it Is," replied the oth
er emphatically. It shows the family
Is getting better with each generation.
I'm an Improvement on the entire
bunch-never been In jail yet. Lot
me have those records-I'm proud of
Stick to Your Intentions.
Don't put off getting Hanford's Bal
sam of Myrrh until something hap
pens. Get it now and be prepared for
accidents. You will find frequent use
for it in your home and in your stable
for cuts, burns, bruises and any sore,
any lameness. Adv.
Red Cross Seals.
Eighty million Red Cross Christmas
seals were sold last year as against
the previous high record of 55,000,000
the year before. Of the $800,000 real
ized from the sale, half'goes to the
Red Cross and half to the local tuber
eulosis associations which acted as
NOTHING 50 EFFECTIVE AS ELIXIJI
BABER For Malaria, Chill. A Fever.
Chief of Pollce, J. W. Rleynolds, Newport
be oa.ss "11 a plveasure to recommn
gts, or by Parcel Post, repald, from EIoeizew
A Good Move-Dabek Liver ills.
50 pils - - - - 25 cents
A Revised Maxim.
You can lead a man to the ham
mock, but you cannot always make
Made since 1846-Hanford's Balsam.
Tried to Make it So.
"Is the new suit you bo-.ght season
"Well, it's a pepper-and-salt one."
DON'T LOSE YOUR HAIR
Prevent it by Using Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Trial Free.
If your scalp is irritated, itching and
burning and your hair dry and falling
out in handfuls try the following treat
ment: touch spots of dandruff and
Itching with Cuticura Ointment and
follow with hot shampoo of Cuticura
Soap. Absolutely nothing better.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. b,
Boston. Bold everywhere.-Adv.
The reason there Is a scarcity of~
dyes is because they have all been
put in a few shirts.
Get it to the bottom of the affected
"But why (10 you call him Louis the
"You see he was invited so there
would not be 13 at table."--Life.
A gloomy temper is often bright
ened by a change of. wall paper.
Standard Packer Cans with Sol. Give
der Hemmed Caps-Wax Seal.
ing Cans with Wax Strings- (P#th
Fraction Top Syru Cans and
Pails. All aies. We ship any lm
quantity desired. Write today WNm
for nu New 191 Pie 9 Li:a st. .. '
Yor Infinti a
Case and Comment tells of a young
man in Chicago who had lost his aunt.
He seemed so dejected thereby that a
friend, aware of the true situation,.
"Why do you look so sad? Yo
never appeared to care much for the
"I didn't," said the youth dolefully,
"but I was the means of keeping her
in a lunatic asylum for a number of
years. She has left me all her money,
and now I have got to prove that she
was of sound mind!"
Two Ways of Putting it.
Knicker-Are you striking because
Casey gets more than you?
Pat-No, because 01 git less than
Find Sure Relief in
Nervousness is one of the most
h certain signs of derangement or
weakness of the femal organs
Do you ~et "fidgety"9 or upset -
whent m . wrngDo you
often feelLiyu nerves were
Ion eeAre you de'pressed and
the root of the trouble and sup
la tonic that will restore your
emnine or ase to their normal
~condition. 8telia-Vitae has been.
agodsend to thousands of nervous -
Sworn-out, discoa ed women. t
is guaranteed to he]j you. You
Ineed risk nothing. J~ya bottle
from yo-.r dealer, and if o are
Snot benefited he will gve your
your money back. a ote at
your nearest dealer'.
ThceMedicine Co. Chattanooga, Tmn.
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria.Chil.a
and Fever. Also a F1ime GeneraUR
Sirendthuensng Tonie. **-'de.
LITTLE WONDER ROEW
Wrei o ite fr circlar issue ah
holds 20 Records. Give us the names of B 6
sons having talking nachines and we wl
mail ychiprepaid 100loud or soft tone talk
82c- Will play on n diso macin e5 o
ANITED S-10-28 STORES
98740 Basimor. St. BALTIMORE, MW.
Kill Al Fle!" 2
Dais ls Ksis.
HAROLD SoME Rs, ISO DeKalb Ave., Broogn,N,~
W. N, U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 22--1916,,.~
1 Discounts jbr Early
~InI Can Co.
05 Buaehannan, Vs.