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CLEAN LIVER AN
hast OrWs! Try "Dodson's Live
Liven up your sluggish liver" Feel
Jhne and cheerful; make your work a
Wleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. But take no nasty, danger
F is1omel, becauuo it makne you
1k and you way louo a dty'il work.
Cialormel Is inrcury 'r qufcksilver,
iich catises .necroiss r4 flt bones.
lornei cratshe into ,ir bile like
u'nialito, b-roaking it ip That's
wuen you feel that awful nausea and
Listen to met It you want to enjoy
"I9e nicest, gentlest livbr and bowel
0eansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
vrlls you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money.
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MIAKE BIG GUNS OBSOLETE
,' estern Inventor Devises an Aerial
Torpedo That Gives Promise
What may eventually prove to be a
bIghly effective war implement, and, If
possibly render present heavy ar
iitery obsolete for -long-range opera
1hins, is a self-controlled aerial tor
!-Ao that has lately been developed in
-lordo. It is described In the Au
*. it number of Popular Mechanics
NI .gazine. In a general way, the in
ument attempts to accomplish over
id what the United States navy's
w wireless torpedo does at &ea. Its
incfple and method of operation, of
urse, are entirely different. As is
be inferred, it consists of a small
ecraft--nuch like an ordinary bi
ane-carrying a large, high-explosive
rpedo which it is designed 'to drop
any predetermined spot within a
-rtain radius. The projectile, which
* about twelve feet in length, forms
te body of the machine and is divided
.to two -ompartments. The propel
'r Is is oateid at the front end of it,
N"hjlk the -hntif extends through the
ttr'! torped, lo the rear compart
'ient, whre aft 18-horsepower motor
it, housed. T! speed and course of
ie u e r% regulated by means of
gv.Wi rivehanism, while a tim
(tg i ,e :fime sort releases the
1 ghn- e.o iinm missile at the prop
e insta mu ' r tt strike its target.
He haitil'aht- sahowilng his rich old
unt fru the country some of the
iglets andi I~ i'ei(vening they were to
iitnec:m. a re ute.
He wah keen on making a good im
,ression, as'he had great expectations
. rom the old lady. So he was quite
taken back when, as soon as the, cur
?nin rose, the good dame grasp)ed him
ay the arm and hurried him from the
"Disgraceful I Such bad manage
unent I" she said0 indignantly, wvhen
::hey had reached the lobby. "Just
Cancy allowing the curtain to go up be
fore those poor girls were dressed I"
His prowess as a walker was the
subject of Jenkins' b)oasting one day.
"One holiday," lie said, loudly, "I se
lected a course measuring four miles
over the country, and timed myself.
The result was that in one hour I cov
ered 12 miles in three laps."
IHe waitedl for the exclamations of
amazement, which (1id not come. In
stead, one of his listeners remarked in
a bored voice:
"That's nothing special. I know a
young lady who once (lid 60 miles all
in one lap, and she would have re
turned in the same lap, only I got a
cramp so badly in the legs I"
Why She Worried.
"Oh, my I" sighed tihe sad one.
"Now what's the matter?" saidl the
"This paper says the engineers as
sert that only enough coal to last the
world 800 years is available in New
"Well, wvhy dion't you go down to
that fortune-t elling woman and find
out if you'r-e going to live over 800
C'i-omreein of the waIst Is said to
be hiarntoaK .i utf the right young man
manke il ni empt the average girl is
D~i you se. wherec in the storm the
oher night je.ail was struck?"
W ~~ell, whaut be'tter pla5ce for a light
- , *..toeI of .the finest tapestry evet
t3n ini Jimpmn is to be seen in the
Co Pllh090~ 0a .ho Hague.
9 YOU SICK!
D BOWELS MY WAY
r Tone" When Bilious, Consti
; Lose a Day's Work.
back guarantee that each spoonful
Will clean your sluggish liver better
'han a dose of nasty calomel and that
It won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
Ing, because you will wake up feel
Ing fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone,
rour stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and
lannot salivate. Give it to your chil
fren. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of -dan
gerous calomel now. Your druggist
will tell you that the sale of calomel
is almost stopped entirely here.-Adv.
ExpositlonI also 16 Other aighest Awards at PrevIous Eare
mi line Flavor
pre. Our Magazine. "TABLE TREATS" FREE on request.
C. P. SAUER COMPANY, RICHMiOND, VA.
RATES ARE NOW ON
fromSo.o to $17.oo. Bookkeeping. Short
ourses. We train for Business Employment
EIGH, N. C., or CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Russia's Natural Roads.
Russia is almost a readless land. It
is inconceivable to the foreign visitor
who his never left the beaten track of
the rayways in Russia how a great em
pire can have subsisted so long and so
successfully without even a pretense at
roads. The secret lies in the fact that
for five or six months in the year na
ture herself provides roads over the
greater part of Russia-admirable,
smooth, glassy roadways over hard
The traflic Is further cheapened over
these roads by the substitution of a
sledge-runner for the wheel and axle.
This brings the cost of land carriage as
near the cheapness of water-borne
freight as possible and it is the princi
pal reason why Russia in the twentieth
century is still a roadless land.
A Ton-Weight Turtle.
That turtle "weighing nearly a ton"
(fisherman's weight?) lately landed at
Penzance cannot be either the green
turtle, associated with civic feasts, or
the hawk's bill, from which we get.tor
toise. shell. These two belong to trop
ical seas, and are of smaller dimen
sions. The ponderous "hinseck" caught
off Scnlly must be a "loggerhead" tur
tIe, which occurs in the Mediterranean
and sometimes visits our southern
coasts. The "loggerlead" is the only
carniverous turtle, and distinguished
from the green variety by size, shape
of head, and number of plates on the
armor. But he is occasionally cooked
in mistake for his edible cousin, wvith
disastrous results to the diners.-Lon.
Danger From Mosquitoes.
The most dangerous of the biting in
sects is said by most entomologists to
be the mosquito, and the species which
is the chief carrier of malaria is found
very widely distributed throughout the
world. As a rule Individuals do not
wandeLr far on their own account, but
they can be blown consIderable dis
tances by a windl, and they have a
habit of traveling about In trains and
ships. The female hibernates through
out the winter, and, it is reported, has
b~een found under the frozen snowvs of
Siberia, mingled with the moss and
Gen. Lednard Woodl said In Wash
ington, apropos of a military q'uestIon:
"These men, in their desire to seem
thoroughly well up in the latest mili
tary science, remindl me of the green
"This servant, though really a green
horn, took a job under the pretense of
being very highly trained. Her mis
tress said to her the first day:
"'I suppose, Jane, you can fill the
"'Oh, yes, rpa'am! Yes, indeed,
ma'am!I' Jane answered. 'And which
would ye ruther I filled 'em with
gas or electricity?' "
Homogenized Ice Cream.
We are indlebted to the board of
health of the City of New York for
the iniformiation that homogenized ice
c'reamii nmy lawfully be sold in that
city, and for the further information
thait homogenized Ice cream may be
inade of howdleredl skim milk and1(
wvate'r. Among those things in the
names~ of which crimes aire coiimmitted
ice cream1I ranks right along wit h lib
ertly andu futurist art.-St. Louis Re
. Whaen the office really seeks the nman
it is safe to fiet that the main's signa
ture on a biankl check means soime
The bore can head off all effort to
forget that lhe Is a bmore.
Although there are 1.600 miles of
r'ailway ines In Uruguay, there \s only
oi9m tunnel in the country.;
FAST OF LANTERNS TO
BE SPECTACULAR EVENT
WRIGHTSVILLE, AUG.171E 8
Wrightsville Beach, N. C., Aug. 9.
Glomo and Despair will be chased into
their cave in the side of a Wrightsville
Beach sand dune and the door forever
sealed in the presence of a snorting,
fiery-eyed, hundred foot dragon, ten
'beau-tiful queens from Carolina and
other Southern cities, and 10,000 per
sons who will gather to take part in
the spectacular Feast of La'nterns on
Wrightsville Beach, August 17-th and
Thousands upon thousands of lan
terns of brilliant colors will flash and
reflect upon the waters and i~lumina-te
the bright hues of the decori'ons
which will comprise a part of the riot
of color which is to be a characteris
-tic of the Feast of Lanterns.
The Feast of the Lanterns is an an
nual event on Wrightsville Beach, the
only difference between the one this
year and those of previous 'times is
that this year's will be of such propor
tions as to attract people here from
all parts of this state and from even
as far away as Alabama, Georgia and
other Southern Staltes. - Railroad
rates so low as to be attractive to tsou
sands have been granted by all Ililes
leading to Wrightsville Beach.
Some of the features of the two day
celebration will include, the parade
which will have its basis in the allego
rical, in which the gleaming dragon
will chase to his cave and seal Gloom
and Despair-this parade will be near.
ly two miles long-,a pyrotechnic dis
play of magnificent proportions; a pa
rade of illuminated -boats; the presence
of -the queens of the Feast and the
announcement of the order of excel.
lence of their equipage; the children's
parade and dance; the banquet to Car
olina mayors; the exhibitions of Jap.
anese tumblers and a half-hundred
SHOW LOSS IN EXPORTS
Washington.-Exports of foodstuffs,
cotton and oils from the United States
during the flecal year just ended did
not equal 'those of the previous year.
Statistics announced by the depart
ment of commerce show shipments of
those commodities totaled $1,289,735,.
326 a decrease of $58,400,000 from 1915.
Breadstuffs showed the greatest lose
with $142,700,000, the largest - falling
off being in wheat exports which de
creased $118,000,000. Oats exporti
were $9,600,000 less than last year
corn $8,800,000 less; and flour $8,000,
Meat and dairy products exports in
creased $54,800,000 over 1915. Bacor
gained $41,000,000; ham and shoulder
$11,800,000; pick-led pork $8,000,000 and
fresh beef $7,000,000.
DIRT NOT CAUSE OF
New York.--There is no relation be
'tween lack of cleanly surroundings
and infantile paralysis, according to a
statement issued by Health Commis
sioner Emerson, who saidl that investi
gations madle up to the present had not
es'tablished that ru'bbish and refuse
were carriers of the disease.
Conditions on Barren Island, where
the city's garbage disposa-l plant is
situated, wvere ci-ted by the commis
sioner, who said hundreds of children
who live there have thus far escaped
the disease. He told also of incidents
in which the d'iseanse had( invaded (is
tricts which were 'im~maculately"
clean, whereas neighboring comnmuni
-ties not so well kept were free of the
"People can not be too careful,
however, in personal and neighbor4
hood cleanhiness," he said.
Four 8,teamera Sunk.
London.-L1oyd's annuonees the
sinking of the following vessels:
The Greek steamer Tricoupis, 2,387
tons of Cephalonia.
The British steamer Tottenham, for
merny the Harewood, 3,100 gross tons
The British steamer Eavonian, flor
merly 'the Ainwick, 3,094 gross tons
The Italian steamer, Siena, 4,563
tons of Geona.
The Tootenham and Favonian were
--AUGUST flT 8Ia...
The Resort of North Caroline
Stupendous Fireworks, Brass
Bands, Boat Racing, Souvenir
Dancing, Coilosal Parade, Ani.
Low Railroad Rates on all rail.
rr., and a good time promised
toa ith llattra ctions free.
FARMERS' UNION MEETING
Name Member on Boll Weevil Com.
ant System Evils.
Columbia.-Problems of vital inter
tat -to the farmers of the state were
discussed at the regular annual meet
Ing of the South Carolina State Farm
ers' Union, held in the chapel of the
University of South 'Carolina. The
next meeting place will be selected by
the executive committe.
The following off-icers were re-elect
d: H. T. Morrison, president; J. Frank
Williams, vice president, and J. Whit
nor Reid, secretary and treasurer. 13
Harris was elected a member of the
executive committee for three years.
There were few delegates in attend
ance upon the meeting of the union
as a result of the recent flood waters.
President Morrison in a short ad
dress reviewed the progress of the
union during the past year. He ex
plained the advantages of the rural
land credit system.
W. S. Currell, president of the Uni
veralty of South Carolina, extended a
welcome to the union and discussed
the evils of the tenant system of
farming. W. M. Riggs,, president of
Clemson College, discussed the farm
ing system in South Carolina and the
"We have the natural resources in
this State," said Mr. Riggs, "and we
need the enterprise to engage in sci
entific marketing through co-operative
agencies." Mr. Riggs told of the pro
posed trip by the commission to study
the boll weevil situation in other sec
tions of the South. Acting upon re
quest of Mr. Riggs, President Morri
son was named as the farmers' union
representative on the boll weevil com
T. B. Thackston, of Spartanburg,
was indorsed by the union for a place
on the federal farm loan board. A
resolution indorsing Mr. Thackston
for appointment will be sent to Presi
Cotton Crop Short.
Harvin.-Replies to 2,000 inquiries
sent to every cotton growing county
in the cotton growing states as to the
condition of cotton for the month of
July, counting 100 per cent as a per
feet crop, shows an average condition
of 66.1 per cent.
All states east of the Mississippi
River show excessive rainfall. The
states of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkan
sas the rainfall is reported light and
scant. The crop averages 2.8 weeks
late and the average area abandoned
is 10.7 per cent.
These reports show the crop effect
ed by insects in the area reported as
folJows: Sixty-tw-o per cent, no in
sects; i0 per cent, boll weevil; 2 per
cent, leaf lice; 1' per cent by cotton
wilt; 2 per cent by boll borer; 2 per
cent by root rot and 1 per cent by
A majority of these reports show
the stands are poor, plant is weak,
cultivation fair to good and in the
Atlantic states the nights too cool for
the best growth of cotton.
The average condition by states is
as follows: Alabama, condition, 54.5
per cent; Arkansas, 77.8; Florida,
59.8; Georgia 65; Louisiana. 77.5;
Mississippi, 57.8; North Carolina, 63;
Oklahoma, 80; South Carolina, 57.7;
Tennessee, 72.5; Texas, 62.4.
Pee Dee Crops Damaged.
Columbia.--The recent .heavy rains
and the flood waters caused consider
able damage to the crops in the Pee
Dee section of South Carolina, accord
ing to L,. L. Baker of Bishopvillo, state
director of the boys' agricultur-al clubs.
Mr. Baker said that the farmers and
business men were facing the situa
There has been great dlamage to the
tobacco crop, he said. Th'le c'ontinuedI
rains prevent the farmer-s from curing
the leaf. The markets w~ll open
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS.
Jubo Moseley, a well known far-mer
residing about two and one-half miles
east of Aiken, was kicked by a mule
and fatally injured, dying two (lays
Curley and Grant Johnson, negro
boys, six and nine years of age re
spectively, and brothers, were drown
ed in Cox's creek near Anderson, re
More than 75 girls took the short
course in canning at Abbeville.
Licenses to do a fire insurance busi
ness in this state were issued to 'rho
Individual Underwriters of New York
and to Lloyds of New YVork.
The McCormick Chamber of Conm.
merce has undertaken the work of
having waterworks, electric lights and
sewerage installed in the town.
Representatives and officials of sev
eral of the larger railroads and of the
South Carolina Cotton Seed Crusher-s'
association met in the offices of the
state railroad commission in Columbia
to discuss, or set a date to discuss, a
reduction 'in the freight rate on pea
Ten registered nurses. Pour from
the Columbia hospital, have gone to~
New York city to assist the nursing
complement of Riverside hospital in
handling cases of infantile paralysis.
A. J. Williams was run ove and
instantly killed by an incomin - trol
Iey car from Anderson, in front of his
home, 100 yards north of the Pied
mont and Northern deport at flelton
The Peabody scholarships of the
University of South Carolina for the
session of 1916-17 have been coniferr
ad on John WV. Weeksa of Alken and
John 3. McF'all of Pickens. Both of
these are successfu yonga-chers.
For many years druggiete have watched
with much inerest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swanp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder rem
i is a physician's prescription.
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi
cine. Dr. Kilmer used it for years in his
private practice. It helps the kidneys,
liver and bladder do the work nature in
tended they should do.
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by all druggists on its merit and
it will help you. No other remedy can
successfully take its place.
Be sure to get Swamp-Rbot and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sre and
mention this paper.-Adv.
In the United States 2,000,000 chil
dren, ten to fifteen years of age, are
employed in gainful occupations.
ORTY YEARS AGO almost ever,
PAREGORIO or laudanum to in
sleep, and a FEW DROPS T(
FROM WHICH THERE 18 NO WA
havo been killed or whose health has I
num and morphine, each of which is a
are prohibited from selling either of tl
to anybody without labelling them "I
is : "A medicine which relieves pain a
ous doses produces stupor, coma, con
smell of medicines containing opium ar
of " Drops," " Cordials," "S oothing Syi
medicine to be given to your children
of what it is composed. CASTORIA
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if It bears t)
of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Genuine Castorla always bears the a
HEAD HUNTERS GETTING BUSY
Natives of Solomon Island Take Ad
vantage of War to Gather
At first sight there does not seem
to be a very close connection between
the war in Europe and head hunting
in the Solomon islands. Nevertheless,
the one arises from the other.
Previous to the outbreak of the
war, according to a Vancouver World's
Sydney (N. S. W.) correspondent, Brit
ish, and occasionally German war
ships patrollyed the Islands and en
deavored to keep down cannibalism
among the natives, who are largely of
Papunn or Malaysian stock. Ilow
ever, the requlrenentis for the trans
port of troops led to the recall of the
Briti warships-and the happy head
hunter has been free to follow his own
In one raid made by a mountain
tribe upon a small village near the
const no less than 26 heads were se
cured. No punishment followed be
cause the whites were unable to or
ganize in time. As a consequence
the raids are growing more dangerous
and, although as yet no Europeans
have been attacked, planters have con
stantly to keep on their guard.
Tetterine Conquers Poison Oak.
I enclose 50 cents in stamps for a box
of Tetterine. I have poison oak on me
again, and that is all tn~atha s ever cured
it. Please hurry it on to
Montalba, Tex., May 21, '..Hmet
Tetterine cures Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm, Itching Ples, Old Itching Sores.
Dandruff, Chilblains and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine 60c'
Tetterine Soap 25c. Your druggist, or by
mail from the manufacturer. The Shup.
trine Co., Savannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine wo
gve a box of Shuptrine's 100 Liver Pills
Frog Catchers Busy.
It s(eems that the hlomie side of the
frog-catching industry is looking up,
because there are dlisadynvntages to
li'-'lle htuntinig for frogs ont pmarts of
Frantce thatt are' baittlefiehtls. A hiand
fui ol' zimen. whose fathers wecre in the
business before them, work frog catch
lug in lEppinmg forest with Seven Dials
as base, andI it is one of the mnost high
ly spQcialhized indlustries in London.
With frog catching, snail catching is
allieud ; the frogs go to some restau
rants and1( to the anatomical laborato
ries of the hospitals, andi the snails are
chiefly bought as cleaners of suburban
donmestic aqualtriums. The snail that is
eaten in Soho conmes from the vine
yardls of France.-London Chronicle.
Every nmn w~ho knows it all seldom
gets a chance to tell it after he gets
Sometimes it is easy, and sometimes
it is impossible to raise money on a
bond of sympathy.
Had Severe K
Engineer J. E. Follows of the C.
Tenn., writes that when he was firing
He took various medicines and tried
A friend advised him to try
Dr. Thacher's Livei
He did so, and improved from the fire
and what it did for him it will do for y
mont for indigestion, kidney and liver
Bold for 467 year. For' Mal
a Fin. Gnral trengthenj:
AN GOT A 8 H
Ten Crates of Hen Fruit Bury Phi
delphian When Car Hit*
Covered from head to foot with-Ifvo,
ken eggs, and in a dazed condition, A .
thony Capola, thirty-six years old s
904 Pierce street, was carried into the
Methodist hospital last night. Att4
the eggs, had been scraped fron
clothing and body it was discovere
Capola was suffering from lacerations
and contusions of the body.
Capola was riding in a wagon alont
Moyaniensing avenue and was' burtee
beneath a wreck of ten crates of eggs.
when the vehicle was struck by a trob.
ley car. John Downey, an egg an&
poultry dealer of Chester, driver OR
the wagon, failed to see the approae5
of the car and drove across the ta'aek '
directly in its Oath.-Phladelphia
Like attracts like; an empty purse
usually goes with an empty stomach..
r mother thought her child must have
ake it sleep. These drugs will produce,
)O MANY will produce the 8LEF?
KING. Many are the children who,
>een ruined for life by paregorio, lauda
narcotio product of opium. Druggists.
ke narcotics named to children at all, or
oison." The definition of "narcotic"
ad produces sleep, but which in poion-.
mdueons and death." The taste and;.
disguised, and sold under the namee
ups, etc. You should not permit any'
without you or your phyeician know
An Unproductive Visitor.
"Say, young feller," said Brone
Bob, "have you got a gun on you?"
"No, sir," replied the man with the
brand-new cowboy uniform. "I was.
told that it was better to be unarmnod.
so as to avoid any Impression that 1.
was seeking a quarrel."
"Weil, that's a big disappointmenL.
I needed a brand-new gun an' thought
you'd be bringin' along at least a pair
of 'em. Don't you let anything like,
this occur again."
READ THIS FROM A
PROMINENT RAILROAD MAU
Mr. John W. Hager Fuel Inspector of
the N. C. & St. L. ity., living at 3008
Carlisle Nashville Tenn. writes: "During
lie fall of 1914 I had tie grippe for six.
veelks and had three doctors. One bott -
f Lung-Vita did me more good than I
.f the medicine they had given me. Last
winter iy little boy had the whooping.
cou gh and we thought he would never ber
well again. We tried everythin we could
think of, with no results until we used
Lung-Vita. After using this medicine be
is well and hardy and has never been both
erled any more. We would not he with
out it in our home." Use Lung-Vita fom
consumption, asthma, coughs, croup, cold%,
and whooping cough. If your dealer doe.
not have it send $1.75 for a thirty-day.
treatment today. Nashiville Medicine Co..
Dept. C, Nashville, Tenn. Adv.
A Wise Provision.
A good story Is being told, apropoe
of preparedness, on a clever labor
orantoi- wo bitely spoke in Baltimor-e.
In a speech made in another city ha
ahkenut minudedly piut his finger in htin
mouth amnd in an outburst of enen
get ic eloquence inadivertently bit ita
Later on, exigencies more or les
oimimon to suffering humanity caused
him to part with the offending teeth
and replace them with a good brand
of' artifii ones. But the remera
brance of the former still rankled, and
when lie begani his preparations to
speak in Baltimore lie r-emoved the
teeth carefully, andit putting them ws
the table beside him, lookedl at the amu
dlince anmd thuiely remaiurked: "Safety
What Is Coming?
Mr. RI. 0. WVells is more interested1
so be tells uis in lisa latest book, "WVhat
Is Comning?" ini the tomorrow than in
the today. Trhe past he regards sing.
ply as material for- future guessing;
Itememb er-i ng his many successtal.
foreasts of previouis years, this latestN
volume, In whichl lie dleals witht sociaa
conditions after the wvar, is possessed
of' gre-at significance, Ilow are peoo
going to make up the waste of th
world's resources, the killing of
large umajority of the mn in nemi
every European country, universal Ic
antd unhappiness? What, in short,
[in store for the next generation?
If a girl knew how pretty she dloesi
look when she cries, she wouldn't dot
N. -0. & T. P. Ry, of Chattaoga
he was attacked with kidney troube
loctors, but neither did him any good.
r and Blood Syrup
t. Ho has never been troubled since
ou. It is the safest and surest treat
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