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UGH! GALOMEL MAK
OLEiAN LITER Al
Just Oncel Try "Dodson's LI
Liven up your sluggish liver Feel
fne and cheerful; make your work a
Pleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. But take no nasty, d'inger
Ous calomel, because it makes you
- sick and you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver,
which causes necrosis of tho bones.
Uahniw erae , luto sour bile like
Onam hi e 1) ig it up. That's
he ' fe~ that awful nausea and
- J! you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleaniing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
sells you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money
Take one Black Shell and
any other shell of corre.
sponding load. Empty both
of wads, shot and powder.
Place a quarter dollar over
the muzzle of your gun
and see which primer will
shoot the quarter higher
into the air.
The stronger the primer,
the greater the speed of
Try this and other tests.
Write your name and ad.
dress and that of your am
munition dealer on the
margin of this advertise.
ument and mail it to us. We
will send an order on your
dealer for booklet contain
ing full directions and for
three sample shells, free,
to use in making the tests.
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE Co.
2661 Tralty Bdlhg Noe York City
r b er or ads a ae.$0
stepping stono to itasubstantlal Income. writo today.
Co-Operative On og Gias D)evelopmenit Co.
Barnes Bldg. Wichita, Kan.
The Only Possible Reason.
The girl withI real red lips maily not
knew just how red they are. Possibly
her 11101her hals so uinIy other Itings
to do thast she hasnl't time to cleantl
the daughter's mirror.
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills contain
nothing but veogetable ingreieonts. which act
lation and not bIrritat~tio dysiu
Then the Row Started.
"Casey is me pert Iekler .frind, Oi'd
- ve ye know."
'G'wan I If he was pertickler, he
wouldn't he yer frind."
Mexico has two olail names-"Es
trados U~nidos Mexicanos" and1( "Re
nhu Iaiig s a mnvi. ot a ilold?.sy'ip2
For Si years. has -been the quickest,
safest, and best remedy for coughs,
colds, bronchItis and sore throat. It
acts like magic soothing and healing
the lungs, the very first organs to get
out of order when one catches cold.
25c. and 75c. sizes at all Druggists and
Dealers. Keep a bottle always handy
Attentron Cotton Ginners !!
Ship us your gin motos at south Richmond and we
will paou one cen per pund at yorstio
sabIg savIng over throwIng them on the land
lEiond Waste Co., South RichmondVa.
ES YOU SICK!
ID BOWELS MY WAY
er Tone" When Bilious, Consti
't Lose a Day's Work.
back guarantee that each spoonful
will clean your sluggish liver bettet
than a dose of nasty calomel and that
it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver.
medicine. You 'l know It next morn
ing, because you will wake up feel
ing fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and
cannot salivate. Give it to your chil
dren. 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.
Quite a Feat.
"It was a remarkable electlit Ia
"Yes, it killed the '1 told you so'
tribe to some extent."
When your back aches, and your blad
der and kidneys seem to be disordered, re
member it is needless to suffer-go to your
nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It is a physician's
prescription for diseases of the kidneys
It has stood the test of years and has
a reputation for quickly and effectively
giving results in thousands of cases.
This prescription was used by Dr. Kil
mer in his private practice and was so
very effective that it has been placed on
sale everywhere. Get a bottle, 50c and
$1.00, at your nearest druggist.
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 sure and
mention this paper.-Adv.
A pear tree on the farm of J. E. En
gle of Shoemakersville, Pa., one hun
dred and sixty-three ycars old, is hwar
Gold Ring for Baby Free.
Get a 25c Bottle of Baby Ease from
any drug store, mall coupon as di
rected and gold ring (guaranteed),
proper size, mailed you. Baby Ease
cures Bowel Complaints and Teething
Troubles of Babies.-Adv.
Motor cars fitted with X-ray appa
ratus are used extensively by the
French Red Cross society.
HIGH COST -OF LIVING
This is a serious matter with house
keepers as food prices are constantly
going up. To overcome this, cut out
the high pr1iced~ meat dishes andi serve
your famliily imore Skinner's Macaroni
and Spaghetti, the cheapest, most dec
licious a11n ost nutritious of all foods.
W~rite the Skinner Mfg. Co., Omaha,
Nebr., for beautiful cook book, telling
how to prep~are it in a hundred different
ways. It's free to every woman.--Adv.
Spain ha2s 'rcttedl a new wvireless sta
(ion at Cape JIuhy, on thle Atlantic
coatst of Africa.
MOTHER'S JOY SALVE
for Colds, Croup, Pneumonia andI
Asthma ; GOOSE GREASE LINIMENT
for NeuralgIa, Rheumatism and
Sprains. F~or sale b~y all Diruggists.
GOOSE GREASE COMPANY, MFR'S.,
Greensboro, N. C.-Adv.
A tinly electric lamlp is mlounited on
the h1and(le of a safety razor of Eng
For speedy and effective action Dr. Peery's
"Dead shot" has no equal. One dose oniy
wilr clean nt t Worms or Tapeworm in a few
A Delmar (N. Y.) church prov Ides
ear trumpets for the use of deaf at
HOW TO TREAT DANDRUFF
Itching Scalp and Falling HaIr With
Cutioura. Trial Free.
On retiring touch spots of dandruff
and itching with Cuticura Ointment.
Next morning shampoo with Cuticura
Soap and hot water. A clean, healthy
scalp means good hair and freedom, in
most cases, from dandruff, itching,
burning, crustings and scalings.'
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. -Sold overywhere.--Adv.
Japanese publicIsts believe that Ja
pan11 is the most prosp~erous country in
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the weh
knowna tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Nearly 1)00,000 womIent voted in Illi
nols at the~t r-e(enIt elec-tion.
The University of Nebratska employs
60 women na intstrctora.
OVER 500 DISTRICTS SECURE
STATE AID.-TERMS MATER
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark
the Progress of South Carolina Poo. I
pie, Gathered Around the State
The state departient of education t
has Just finished the examination, ap
proval and payment of the term ex
tension apl)Ications Sent in from the
' The legislature annually makes an
appropriation of $69.000 to lengthen
the school term. Districts unable to
run five months on their regular
funds and levying a local tax of two
mills are entitled to state aid up to
the amount raised from the local tax,
not to exceed $100.
Since the regular school fund is de
rived from the (-ash balance on hand
July 1, plus the poll tax, the dog tax
and the three-mill constitutional tax,
nearly 700 districts annually partici
pate in (his appropriation. The fund
is especially useful in helping sparse
ly settled rural districts. The bene
flicial effect on the schools is clearly
seen in the gradual lengthening of
the school term from year to year.
The date for filing term extension I
claims with the state superintendent
expired November 16. Some coun
ties have failed to file any term ex
tension claims whatever this fall. In
a large number of districts the one
teacher school'has grown into a two
teacher school, and has become enti
tied to rural graded school aid rather
than term extension aid. In many
districts the consolidation of weak,
one-teacher schools has resulted in
rural graded schools employing three
teachers. The amount paid the vari
ous counties and the number of dis
tricts participating are shown in the
Aiken .......... 7 $ 700.00
Berkeley ........9 900.00
Calhoun ........6 514.00
Cherokee .......15 1.488.0
Chester ........9 813.00
Chesterfleld 20 1,86100
Clarendon ...... 7 639.00
Colleton ...... .22 190100
Darlington ..... 1 100.00
Dillon ..........2 200.00
Dorchester . 14 1,226.00
E4dgefield .......16 1,43100
Georgetown .....19 1,683.00
Greeiville .......3 133.00
Greenwood 17 1,678.00
Hampton ....... 6 7500
Horry- ... ., 6 341.
Williamsburg . . 211820
Totl----- 255 1$4,362.00
7ursRqur ml Bacin .0
Ampe fnania supprt 1.00th
~4tina Gar ofSothCaolnai
aredbyW. 2V More00.0an 0gn
erlina eterwhc liehasaddess
16t temebr ofhe 31nralas
19b.Te ur une683.term
62td s720 e and 8fficrs00
11rpraio o i1aou 2,0500,
22saon wl aet 2,0 greatl
13raedi h guad2i75.reciv
Th. ollwin leterha 8.0n0en
ou b teadutn general
"Asthetim 2fo conenig 2.0th
28ea asml isdaign, I0
felta7Isol tak5up 2it 00o
th1ate7fneet for 176.0abl
1961t ilb obliatoy 7o00h
sTeta provide55 for47,362.00ae
Amples grfyinga toupportfo th2
atirnapprovard of Soth caoplns
scholela by adoptingore, adtn en
al tof the millmangns of theaa
steby werTe tadun the asermsd
havte gnationa redees aowing ha
sttewe comusoy onchoolen lawn
snativeorgcongrown, Jrhe tte su-t
Thriso aofn mill shvelto ie hiseatny
inc~report to the gdisatorecev
tecessary funds wi.it which to bring
,bout the changes mte-essary to com
ly with this act.
"I therefore appeal to your loyalty
,nd patriotism on behalf of the Na.
ional Guard of this state to consider
arefully and favorably the recom.
aendations which I will submit to
our body when the general assembly
onvenes in January,-1917.
"In view of the splendid record
vhich the National Guard of this state
as made during the period it' has
een called in the federal service, both
t the mobilization camp and upon
he border, I feel that you will be in
lined to show your appreciation by
liberal appropraition covering the
xponditures that must of necessity
te made, both at their home stations
nd at the mobilization point, Camp
4oore, Styx, S. C.
"The federal government, under the
ohit defense act, has made provision
overing expenditures, which from
he federal viewpoint, are sufficient
o encourage the National Guard to
reasonable degree of efficiency, but
he federal authorities have pre
cribed how and under what condi
ions. these expenditures can be made
Lnd have made it incumbent upon the
everal states to provide for expendi
ures . covering rentals of armories,
ights, fuel and janitors. as well as a
orovision for the care of all federal
roperty entrusted to the state.
"In view of this fact, I fell that I
-an call upon you for your assistance
n this matter with a reasonable de
ree of certainty that I will be given
,our hearty co-operation in the mat
ers above mentioned, and I assure
you on behalf of the National Guard
f this state of my sincere appracia
ion for such interest and efforts as
'ou may be willing to contribute to
vard bringing about the needed re
-layne Makes Recommendations.
Several recommendations of inter
tst will be made to the general as
iembly by James A. Ilayne, M. D.,
;tate health officer.
lie will ask that a law be enacted
-equiring that samples of patent med.
cines containing over 10 per cent of
ticohol be filed with the state board
Dr. Hayne will ask that a definite
programme fo rthe care of tubercular
)atients be enacted by the general
issembly, to include free clinics in
he cities and townp, county -camps
lor the care of advanced cases and
nlargement of the present state tu
berculosis sanitariu mat State Pak
An appropriation of $40,000 will be
asked for the erection of new build
ings at the State Park Sanitarium, in
cluding an infirmary, a dining room
for 100 patients and two free wards.
The beds in the free wards will be
supported' by the cities and towns of
the state and charitable societies.
Nineteen free beds have been pledged
through the efforts of Mrs. Annie I.
Rembort, field agent for the board of
health. An appropriation of $10,000
will also be asked for the maintenance
of the institution.
Railroads to Pay For Printing.
The printing bill for tihe railroad
romnmission wvill in thle fututre be
rcharged against tile railways of South
Carolina. The roads are assessedi for
the support of tile commission anid
the printing bill will be included
For any years the jI~il has been paid
b~y thle state. That tihe amlount should
be assessed to the railways was call
ad to the attention of the collmmissionl
iby W. R. Bradford, clerik of the print
Ing committee of the general assem
bly. Thie proposition lhas been ap
provedi by thle commlfissionl.
May Pay Veterans Way.
South C'arolina thlroughl its genleral
assembly wvill probably 1)e asked to
pay thme way of I'ts Confederate vet
anis to tihe gener-al reunionm ini Wash
Ingtonl next May. Tile legislaturie de
frayedi in part tihe expenIse of trans
porting thle old soldier-s to tile Gettys
burg reunion. The r-ailways hlave
made a i-ate for tile occasion of 1 cent
the0 mile eachl way, so the average out
lay for eachl veter-an would be und1(er
Prisoner Diet Out of Date.
The counties of South Carolina are
paid ' a board bill totalling $56,974.87
for tile prisoners conlfine~d inl thleir
jails during tile 1per10d betweein July
1, 1915, and June 30, 1916, accor-ding
to official figures compiled by thle
state board of chlarities andl correc
tions. The board bill for prisoners
In the Charleston jail was the largest
in any county in tile state, being
$11,064. However, Charleston had in
its jail and aver'age of 101 prisoners
every (lay in the year. The cost of
dieting the prisoners in tihe Spartan
burg jail was second to that of Char
leston, and amounlted to. $4,721.20 for
the year ending, wichl tile state
board of dharities and corrections lhas
kept a record of this cost. In the
Spartanbuzrg jail tile population aver
aged 32.3 prisoners a day.
"With tile return of prosperity
among tile cotton manuifacturors,
there will be many new andi remodi
3led school buildings in tihe mill sec
ions of tile state," says Mr. IBrown.
[t is also reported that 49 mill comn
muanities voted special taxes for
schools (luring the year. Forty Ii
)raries for mill schools wvere built
md enlarged. The value of tile books
tdded was over $1,500.
Moore Birothers of Becnnettsvile
lave been commissioned withl a capf,
~al of $5,000
FINEST OF ROYAL PALACES
Writer Tells of Beauty of Schoen.
brunn, Where Emperor Francis
I have seenl the suminer and winter
pillaces of eleven limportilnt, kilngs and
emperors. Almoxt any liyatianli after
seeing theim would vote Schoenbrunn
the finest royal spot In which to spenld
nI restful day.
That Is where old Francis .Joseph
lied. i1s pitlace in Vienna looks like
I barracks, but Schoenbrunn's sur
-oundings look like a home.
Versailles, the protIuct of a French
inan's fantasy, Is failr too artiflbil
lie trees too inuli ti oe pattern-to
ippeil to ani1 ordilary ltlorial.
Thew inikutio of .iapan has a, delit
i'il pInce ati Nikko-n platia they say
if yon ha venI't seen Nikko youi eiilnot
iy beatitIful-but it is much Iess plre
;vntions than the fienth puhteae of (ne
Of the longest-reignihn tuonarelhs lin
history.-Girard. in i'hilutielpihin 1,ed
Colleges for the Wounded.
With a view of itinnblling war-linti I
ati s Soldiers to1 heroinlt. it ithers iI
wt elemiieitairy shla tu1s. Ihe Frellch
11g0*11v 1eme t hasI - op ee I pe l 4411 ( 1
leges for their rapid triniig.
l'u'th r. ~mnt I.- foresight? '
" oresiglht. ily !-(lln. consists of r0
gret"in 1g hat n di before yo d41
'' fa tlly r of 14lw - rufler is 31
Women are emp111lyd w, bralkinent'
lin passe~5nger trins~t- in l'nglnd.t
Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachm
cALGOOL-3 PER GENT.
similatingtheFod by Reguta
neither OpuM,Morphifne nor
Ahelpful Remedy for
~,Constipation and Diarrhoea.
andi Feverishness and
IM LOSS OF SLEEP
Ito gotllbr ai-Slime 1Sitnatu op
hat- a ld hiT ig G~j.elut GoMPA yer
Onlyt OC Ioy ofUWrape.
Togt iegNoie c Go toi nim. AAIi
ToWmmyQ) 55. ~ ftob r ede Geatrman)-.iv
Wnt toy urrenderl dnto yer Yot an'
backsif ynd brin ye ielm etwvr
goom ging.'m" nlev et ek
Londonodpition.tffa ie a n
ereftfoc' I 'ilifti.= v I r fel t ynat r .S
Gn~t ursaCHammnen rlay.2 s,
elaxfyyou a de Iight 2. 1
"What he r tmter? noned ofhe
he ctssi gdns areghwde ehntire
good hthinrg." lii
Rus gunsh on othe mnawhech
Mad o e eor buyng 1Soa
))Ther' noEEER Pof
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Compounded of vegetab
drugs in. a perfectly appoint
laboratory by skilled chemis
after the prescription of a su
cessful physiblan of wide
perience, and approved by t
experience- of. tens of tho )
ands in the last forty-fiv4
rests strictly on its merit as a
truly scientific treatmnent foi,
all diseases of catarrhal sy
toms. It has come to be
recognized ' standby of the
American home because it has
deserved to be, and it stands
today as firm as the eternal
hills in the corkfidence of an
What Helped Them May Help You
Get our free booklet, "Health
and How to Have It," of your drug
gist, or write direct to us.
The Perunta Company
Sold for 47 years. For Malaria.Chij,
and Fever. Also a Fine Oclner
Strendtienin Tonic. e
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
how~e lhud solue gold newsv for you."
slud froll1 theu inystie P0rtals .with)
5lh4'btng.~ an1d bulsiniess Is so) goodI I
hasi h lesedi it from IIeI for anot her
A Bigie application of Roman E0ye I
am upoijan going to bed( will prove its a
it by moaning. Effective for Inflarm
i ors of t he Eyes, external and interi
The Eggs-Act Truth.
the( I high cost of egl~' ix nused by tih'~
O ld lionrdier--H-uhI I Theu scarCity
eggs in t his joint is (inuseit hy ti,
hzt Weight - '
nid 20 Gauges
carrying a heavy
lodel 1912 shot
ly of nickel steel,
test and strongest
Be sure to see
d by all dealers,
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