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The walow's*- mito tis l 111 i oeoften
Indigestionl pr>rdice'a diaitgreeit- and
aometilnes alarrtiig syatptorstA Wright's
Indian Vegetabl. I'llin attuint.e th.' diges
Uive processes to :Anctiort naturaly. Adv.
"What ihl-, ;Ili, en ne neu.
A 81110 1l hol i;i 'hw boack; oil !Ili. n w:,i
walveti his, 11 :11 n i a ly
" I.'l T otiiili." IiI. lit itch' r
"whalt d .,i nit ''
at w illilill 14) lt'y ~ n ail iil\ i
I'lr iniri ov \h..Ohor '1h.. \\O; .01- 1.1.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standa-d GlROVE S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on ever. .ibel. show:ncig it is
Quinine and Iron i a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system- 50 cents.
Robbing the Cradle.
t . sill 1; n1 : iie hli t .
'b: * ra Tho is hpn n
ristigI~zo Ir't' frei ill- li~ltl
e!' s llt tllt \ : 111in lt .,I,$, .\ l l"ne i
hire .st te a el h r forest- 1rek ,
but if tihe ' lriinas tree indtrIl- y o n
tintues too gio\\i or. inith-ed, kl.-Is tn '
lite 11re4svnt rate it will no(t. hll inanll
etalS beforty . Ii- ! wh 'eab' th't- -
Tiil t I iht* i ...: ' .' :ati Q in sIn''x Wi'
xhatjiii li he :'te- t r 'r-. It ,
'el to li'-ein :i hava n :i y 'V. * th
Pay Up Your Debts.
I * ev: II i % U 1
Arv n Now
h --h ltibh- inijune-s
n- li --i* Y . ' - "in A.'' Thtil
t dollari extra. : " t a 91h'ti- Ire
or ai i'onveniih ''... T[h.- 'haty t p1y
iite i. Nts' g sths' It nn i . h :: .,
e.'Itir liit . I vt rybo1l ha1 , a
I iet'res t wnit. I
nwieitthe gc e atue w nT Iay :I ad
he i t tsito fth hk tt
.liourrui. t i s et of Ih itr .;
t iti h u st o lvi2 .%. t
are being supplanted daily
by newer and better things.
This is particularly true
where health and efficiency
In hundreds of thous..
-ands of homes where cof
fee was formerly the tale
drink, you will now find
It promotes health and
efficiency, and the old time
nerve-frazled coffee drink
er soon gives place to the
alert, clear-thinker who
drinks delicious Postum
"There's a Reason"
ENGAGE FIELD AGENT AND PLA
ENLARGEMENT OF TUBERCU.
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBI
Doings and Happenings That Marl
the Progress of South Carolina Poe
pie, Gathered Around the Stat<
'lats for the construct ion of sov
.eal new huildings at the state (turber
(Alosis sanitarum on (lie State l'ari
at we re' consideredi at a meeting 41
tlt' state' board of health. The year'
work was also outhlne. tihe geniera
assembly approprited $ 40.000 for tlt
enlargeleln of he uberulosis saIlit
tariutain. The :oal amoun appropriat
k'd for lli health work was $71.
126. w hh h :neh:des the a.mouint for
.\rs. An\i i I It_-t of ('olutubi:N.
wh.Io has worket har:1 i setire sit!.
port for the' itb 'rutilois work. was
eh-ted a special litId agl ,Ie'n t for th
hoai , at a salar. of $1 000 year.
With traveling expelsles
h'le conltracts for the two wards,
aeromtu11odating :,2 patienits. thp Ilir
arV. lie diniIg r0011m and4 other buibl.
%s vill be awarded at an early ehtt'.
hIre is roott now for 32 patients .it
h titstitition alI 1'he capacity will
7; whlen all (if th1-I plans -ave beon
arried 01t. SiXteotn Sotithl Carolina
itlllt i's. dite to the etfIo ts (If Mrs.
Reiert. have 'nelowed hed.s at the
i!atituition and when all of the buill1
as hiave be comlipletod South Cai.
oliiia will lave One of the best tuber
(ulosis hosipitals it the south.
Will Aid Tax Assessors.
Melibers of the State tax colitmis
sion will assist the county hoards of
assessors in assessing certain classe:
The followitg is part of a notici
wvhich has beeni addressed to COUit
auditors. ssesso)rs and boards o
"Whereas it has come to tihe atter
1ion of the comiission that the r,
turi made by certain manufacturer
of. antl dealers in. timber and tin
her. deialers in live stocki, and ne
rhatis. and individual ownel-s of liv
stock. automobiles. scow s. boats all
yachts and other water craft. do n1
fairly show the amount or valun -
stock of goods and other taxah'
propvrt ,y within the state owied t:
suich nanufacturers. dlealers and it
dividual-. thN tax i I nnttilii uin is d&
olls tIo a I Ith tax assSsr( an
oiilty hiiards of outalizatiol inl pa.
in oil 111e ret urns of ;ucl prolper
for tho pitrpo-es of taxat'in. Thi
e'untity atiditoIs. local boards ot :t
,;e sso Is a t ounty boards eclualiz
tin are di rectly to post pone tin:
act ion on such rit urns until one4 (of th
inieinble'rs of thle tax commtissionI ia
visit his county seat and attend
mueeting of aN the assessors In sue
county andt there confer with themi
reference to thie asse'ssmient of suc
pr'operl1y. ITe ioutity auiItor will b
not li e'd by lhe i'mmber of thle ta~
cornm11i ssion to1 vis it his cotunty of thI
ime for suchi visit and1( meet inug an
is dlirecited toe 'all a meeting of a
the i assessors int the (coun ty~ for suie
idate0. and to have at the meeting fa
-oinside rat iona all returns which hay
been made of thle abo)0VPe ietione
(lasses ofi lpopzt."
Charleston Item Lost By One Vote.
Spocia f romn Wash inugton.-HBy
mtargini oif one' vot. 3'3 to 82, th e con
miiitteec animndm~enlt a ppropriatin g $300
0On4 for a naval clothing factory
(Charleston.1 S ( .. was st riciken trot
'ne- naval hill iii the sotnate. All liI
pubhIican I ~i sentors5 'X ixcpt hree vote
i laist the a uin nd (n1nt.
-enat or Wae~dsworth1 of New Yor
h'd1 the opIpositionl to 'hi' pro0vison ft:
:t.-irtedi that the Charleston yar
nlever c-ouldl her'omlt a ihi-it bais.. th:
hu city is not an indinstrial ceantr
and that noe bu-ini'ss man woui Ii
'ate a fatoryii there.
S'unators Tillmniu eof Sotuth iiCarolin
and1i Sw ansiont of Virigi na dhefendied th
depart tmIent . aisseltedi that cottoln iloil
lng icouldl be' iuili chleapier at Cha
leostont thani at otther tieis whierie hav:
alnt are i.h-at oil
Secretary rBegins New Work.
.Tohn1 i-'. l'i'-kette alssumtiedi the dutir
of Priv.' * :,eriletary. to (ov. \iiiann
sil ''al u 0. K. I.-thiole, recititi
iinedi' state bnk e'xamin'r. Alr. 1,:
Hloitite will beglin his niw wo
New Penitentiary Superintendent.
A\ftr 18 yearst of (0onitiouis se
Ivce.1 . Griffith has retired tas i'upe
inttendienot of the state peni1 tntai
e'.iil Arthur K. Sandier's of I lagoc
Sumflter c-otunty, has asstumed chlarg
Col. GrIffIth did not offer for re-ele
tion. Mr. Saunders, who Is a membi
of the house of representatIves, wu
elected on the second ballot. by ti
L. Le. Buitman of ColumbIa has sui
ceeded P. H. Lesene as book-keep
for the penitentiary. No other sta
changesQ~ave been announced.
Appoints LaRoque Bank un.mner.
Oscar iK. I,a llloqte of Alarion, pr:
Vate Secretary of (ov. Matuiltig s1ne
September 1. l!15nhs been11 appoint
ed by (lie goverior staIt btik exain
iner, vice 11vy 1. l1atildin of Picket.i
resigned, andohn, I-lliot tPuct (.t
of C0lumibiat was appointed privalM
Sec'etary to ite gov'rttor. the cling
to be made Mjl I~Walrch 1, w:xantiite
N lta i o ltvit5 V. ice
(o1t of h I Pam 1:iietto Natioli thuk
('o1. LaitOWue born at Kinstotn. N.
C. 14 years ago. was ettipiloyed in 1
balnk at lKiinstoti for two y'ar. was
nsliier of a hank at lHeaufort, N. k,
in 190t6. and frotti then 1111til he eliter
'd GoV. Manning's oTIce was engaged
in tle inisuranet' business . He lived inl
'olumibia ini 1905. but from then utitj
hit betallit Secretary% to Gov. Mntt111ingt
io Itade his 1101110 it, Marion, h
S 1t ae. lit, is a 1un of enterprise. in
1in1stry attd 'ithtisituIi andt has heen
i'entrusted by tilt governor ith a
siare i of resp1oisibilItY few secretaries
hear. Col. I alotilue is 1m1tarri'it'd anid
has ont c'hild. a sonl. lie will residt'
in 'olum bia. The horise of represcu
tatives in lite closing hotrs of tle, I.
vent legislative session passed a resi
lutionl allowing tihe state bank exi n
or tilt ust, of tile jiditiary conititt o
room at tl state hiouse' as his oiTi.
betweeOnOII the term1s of ilt genrai tl1
Signs Quart a Month Bill.
GvA' Manninig sig.I :he "quart 1
ionith"' liquor bill. p 1st i the rv
C111t se1siion of tie genral assembly.
It will hiteouet efTective within 1.0
tda ys. The chlef executive simuilta'i
iottsly affixed his signa ture to the bill
prohibitinlg puIlication of liquor ail
vert isemnts in newspapers. mag.1
zine"s atui periodicals published. (irc .
lated or sold withini the state or a.
Vertiseme01nt of intox i(ant S by bill
hoard o r poste(r1. Ile lttt(r act Will
become eifietive within 20 dhays.
Pr"ovisions1 inl chief of Ihi' "(tart a
montIi" ait are that it) whiskiey ii:m y
bie imported fOr bvera9ge. Oath iu.n
he m1ade before it probalte judge tl'it
th Olrd r Is for iedicitil11 rli si
andI a 10mi tWooure the( shipmont
is issltd 11on iaymuent of a f(e C.
10 cents. The act does not coniti, t.
With t he provisions of tlu Iten!
amnmetwhlich forb~isl. Shipmentslu
into stat's wihere liquors are'i 11(o
11111111fact ureid or sold. Coigregat lo-sI
may obtain one galloni of win' eacl
- ana th for religious purposes. V,.
11men not the heads of families. st
dents and111 minors may not receive
- shilmnits of liquor. Violation i, pun.
I-shable "h1y IPrisonmient for not
Smore tihan one year. or a1 fine of nio
I- more tian $1. ( i0, both." Buggies
r, wai gons. aut nobilles or otler vehile
1s(1d for illegal transport ation. witI
, the knowledgt or coniselt of the own
,T. "MY be confiscated. Violations (
4 the a ct relating to advertising arj
punishable "by a1 tile of not less tilar
v $5 nor more thn111 $500. to which mai
1) adilled. in thl discretion of th
!'ourt Or tlie judge trying the case, im
11 pr s(1i1onmen t ill the coulity jail or a
hardI4 labor fo: tile county for not mot
V tian six nionths."
Companies Renew Licenses.
I ai'enisrs wereI' issued'i by F. 11. Me
I steor. St ate insurance c'oinumisslonir
nlios whih wli~ it hrirew fromi the state
uipon the enac(tmen(lit of the [Laney
dtomi law otie yea r ago. The three
addi11tibonal comlpanlies wh'fich qual ite
f or re-entrance we're: The Nationa
Fire Inisurance Compan~fy of H1artford
('onn.; thle Dixie 1"ire Insurance com:
n)(1y (of Grieensboro. N. C.; andl th<
Wes'-t(ehester' Fire lisutranjce compani
o (f New York city.
Tidweli's Parole Extended.
G ov. Maning granlted a 60 day ei
tenistin of the tempilorary parole c
Geor'ge W. Tidwvell, serving a sev'
year1 senitence in the state penittentIar:
a for mianslaughter. Two mouths ago
.tempor'ary release wvas grar~tedl ha
. cauise- of failing health and1( tis wa:
't tiunded two more tmonths. Tidwol
1killedl Emmett Walker', a yotung Green
v'ille' man, thrt c year's ago.
Charleston to Vote For Bonds.
k The act pr'oviding for ani electio
r in e i-it y of Charleston on the ques
ion of Issuing biondts for' school pm11
1)oses was1 signed by Gov. Mani lng.
- Cherokee Magistrate Appointed.
ICapt. J1. H. Bell of the CGaffney ba1
has biieen apinii~tedi miagistlrate a'2
(hiGatiney by Gov. Manning to succeed
v thle 1la1e C'. T. Ltridges.
.New Enterprise Authorized.
1 A ('ommission01 to thle WV. & WV. War'
house 21and iorwvardIig ('omny 11
(Charleston)1 with a capital of $5,00(
The Illampton Unitler'tainhIRg entl
luiany has1 been1 comilssionied wIth:
,caital ~l oif $2,500. The pet1it ioner's are
y I '. M. Peopeles antd C. S. 'Jtlocke'r.
. Florencte has been comlmissionedl wit1
k :('apitaIl of $4,000. The pet itloner
are: L. S. Morison atnd A. I. WVtood
The te(Iretary'3 of state ha11 15ssu3
a char'terl to the Scott-Youlng Co0.. tnc
r. oif Flor'ence withi a cap)itai of $1,001
r. 'Me officer's are: WVilliam Scot t. preu
y (lent and1( W. P. Young, sec'retary an
e. The Sumter Ste ve and Headin11
re. comlpanfy has beeni commiIsioned~ wit
r a capital of $10,000. The petitione~r
a are: IH. R., McNeill and W,. I. Whit
The secretary of states, has issue
ea commissiomn to the Camideni Horst
1 olo and Fair association with a cai
it ital of $500. The petitionefs are:(
hiM. Taintor. Henri SavaXa
I CONSIDER FUTURE
flF COUNTY FAIRS
SECRETARIES MEET IN COLUMBIA
AND DISCUSS DEVELOPMENT
SOME TAUS CiJ ADVERTISING
Hughes of Orangeburg Re-elecced
President and Timmons of York
Secretary and Treasurer.
Columbia. - The annual meeting of
the South carolina County Fair Asso.
intion was held in Columbia, wlei
Ially imatters relating to tle )r*ogr'es
sive developimeni of these institutions
were considered. J. M. Hughes of
01rangeburg M Was re-elected president
without opposition. C. L. Huuley (?t
('hest ertleht county was ioninated
for re-ele(tiol as .vice president, btut
declitied to serve. W. A. Stuckey of
ilishopville. ILee (ounlilty, was electe.l
instead. William It. 'Timnons of York
WIs e'lected secretary and treasurer.
Disposal of the question of circult
formation was made by motion that
tle president and the secretary group
tI.e county fairs, subject to the ap
proval of circuit membership.
I). P. EIlird. secretary of the state
fair. advised that the executive com
mit tee of the state fair had favor
ablv considered the proposition of ap
propriating prizes to the am111ount of
$2,500 as preizitfnis for the best couni
IT exhibits at tihe state fair. Ilesolu
tio-L were approvedi urging that this
:a ter hr brou'?ht to the attention (,f
he- vario 1)1) nn organizations. a n
the 'h'..'.- h a n-runtrd to confer witl
b!- 0ffi--ial of the -<tat fair society.
Jamr" T). Lee. superintendent of
(eT: 'rsirut .,ta tr exhibhits. madue
a bri-f afrldre-ss to tl'e6 cotniy fair.
(r.- on the rtelationl of the vuin
rnujrit air to the voinity fair and
h- ;st-rLi i'lation to the state fair.
- 1-io toued.1i . upol the sIbject of
ad! ve-r: h-iag and the i;ving of free
irIck t I to shiool ( hildren. lirief tai:.
w 'ere al1iso Imadi by Gorge L. iAtrr
of the KIaIuisel ( realt r show- awl
llarry Rosena and iJ. ('. imebort of the
Herbrt rater shiows,
Anong those i(presRi were: C. I..
Ilunley. Chestertiold; W. A. Stucke-,
Lee; '. E. McLendon. Lee; W. It.
Scarborough. Lee; C. L. Schofield,
Marion; Jamenf 1) Lee, Columbia; D. P.
Et.rd. Lexington: P. W. Spencer,
York; .1. .1. hlughes. Orangeburg; M.
K. Jetfords. rrangeburg; T. C. A.
Officials Fifth District Vote.
Coit niluiha.- --he stite board of ean
vassers m et and .leolared the result of
tihe, genieral electioni ldzIrI receltly in
tle Fifth congressional district. W.
P. Stevenson of 'iiIraw was declarneil
olectod for the regular temn and Paul
G. NIct'orkle for the I ,expired termll
of IIe late 1). E. iniiuley
...The vote follows:
Nlet''orkie. Stevenisn ,p
Cheriokee ...9:14 6;69 :152
C hester ........90 600o :2
lCheseied.....2,1:t9 204: 22S
lcshozw ...... .491 30l 193
L~anr'aster ...1,270 429 86;5
York ..........1.155 801 79;
Total........7.331 5.105 3.00:
Theo c'ertiQ('ates of election were
forwardled so Washingtoun by the see
retary of state.
Spartanburg's New Hotel Opens.
Spartianh u rg.-Th'le C leveland. Spar
1 tanburg's new $300,000 hotel, has ju'st
b~eein formally openied. The stockhold
Iers anid their guests were served an
eight course dinner, and imnmediately
after this a dinner was served to the
Iyouniger set, patIrons and pat ronesses
of the new hotel. This event was
pirobiably thei greaiitest ini thle IIstoryV
of Sparitanhiurg's social life.
Making Camp Styx Ready.
(Columbhia.- --C(amp Moore at Styx in
Lex ington conno y. is being pr'eparedl
for thle ie tuirn of the Second Ilegimnt.
'Phe r'eg mien is schieduiled to leav~e
IlEl l'tSo) ).i ar 10 andt lh~ will arrive at
Styx abhou Mlarch 15.
tAged Charleston Minister Passes.
C (hairlesten. -Itev. S. V7edder. D). D..
wvho pas-wd aiway at his homie her
ThPiursday. Mtarch I. was in his 91i-t
year Th"f t'ierial services were be hi
in' the 11i-;.0a01 ehur'ch, where fm'
-halt' a eec n-vr h.- hiad labored ar. pa s.
f or. ile w;a ,brn ini gciieiec'i:Iy
it -ew Yor.,. tS'rt 7. 1821;. and oi
:ma ny ye . 'e. .Tp wor'k liefr
Sjoyi'cl thI! 2 inI? aon of heing pator
of the only I luguinot I l'renchi lresb~y
BigJ Pcwer Plant on V/aterce.
I ('hariot te. N. ('. The Southierii 'ow.
l' er coimpa 'y anm tiimred thait c (ontrac1 ts
ii were let fori the' iimmiediatei constru"
tion oif a hiydro-electrtic plan11t on the
R Wateree river in South Carolina, to
h cost aplurox imately $6.000,000. Tihe
S planit is to be completed by November
1. 1918. anid will deCvelop 190O.000 horse
p~ower*. Th'le new plant will connect
td with the othier six plants operated by
tuie same conicern and will be tho lar
gest plant of its kind in the south.
The contract was let in New rorc
UGHI CALOMEL MAKI
u CLEAN LIVER AN
Just OnobI Try "Dodson's Live
Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel i
fine and cheerful; make your work a i
pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- t
bition. But take no nasty, danger- I
ous calomel, because it makes you
sick and you may lose a day's work. r
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, I
which causes necrosis of the bones. I
Calomel crashes into sour bile like 3
dynamite, breaking It up. That's )
when you feel that awful nausea and I
Listen to me! It you want to enjoy I
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel c
cleansing you ever experienced just d
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's I
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer g
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's v
Liver Tone under my personal money- I
The Game Keeper.
It was the mo10rinag aifter the night
before and he was not in hled reaching t
for it pitcher of i4. walter.
lie was behind the, bars of tie' city a1
prison 1111d le gazeil ollsItd witlh a
w%*oefiul look in his e'yes.
"Iley, there," he shouted. as he I
tinbh 11the ars "I watl 4 t thek
"Whiit lo yivi think ytu a re?'" asked
Ilte tirldkey. "Ti s not a zoo, it's
fore you get 1u1.,
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF,
Girls! Beautify Your Hair! Make It
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant-Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try as you will. after an application
of Danderine, yell cannot filnd a single
tract of danldrmaf or falling hair and
your seallp will not itch. but what will
please you mnost. will )e aiftir a few
weeks' use, whnl yo see new hair,
linlt' and dlOwny at tirst-yes-but real
ly new hair-growiig all over the
A littlv Danderine Itnmnediately dou
blos the hlinty of your hair. No differ
ettwe how dull. faded, brittle and
seraggy, just nudosten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand ait a time. The effect is iml
mediate and amazing-your hair will
he light. fluffy and wavy, an( have an
appeartinee of abundance; an incoma
parable luster, soft ness and luxuri
aneo, tie beauity and shimmer of true
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Dainlerilne from any store and prove
that youl hair is as pretty and soft
:s may-hat it has been neglected or
in.itred by Careless treatment-tiat's
hll, ye's. Thlint's e comoniiai lfaiing.
"'But lily Slnse of ennull at ai timeii
like thati is as$ lnothinig 'omipiarel to
te way I feel whiena 011 of miy netigha
of hi'eat givenl om by his miarive'louis
furn e f:1'Iroais :a sIngl hvlfl
PAIN? NOT A BIT!I
j LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No humbug! Apply few drops
then Just lift them away
ThIs newv drug is an ether Comupoundl
di'overe d by a ('uincinati c'hemist. It.
is cal led freezone, and can
now lhe ,ibtainaed In tiniy
b iottlIes as here shown at
1*erly littl b'cost from any
d truig store. JIust ask for
* freezonae. Apply ai drop or
two diirecetly upon1 ai tender
Corn ori enillusi and instiant
ly thlet 5torenes~s dlisappearls.
Short ly you1 wviii find the
corn1 orl eniliuls so loose thati
you1 enin lift It olf, r'oot
and al.l, i tihe tinger's.
I .Not a twinge of' palin,
Sor'eIess 01'r iritaition; niot 4
) III even thei slight est sonlart
4 s\ nilg. 'ithieir~iii 1he a l yintg
Th'ils drug dotesn't cat up~
lie l'a orn onlitus, but
s'hrai vels thlerin so they loios
en and comjue right out. It
is no humabug iIt works
fr~! like a chiarmi. For a few~
Scents you1 cani get lid of ev
ery hard corn, soft corn or
corn between the roes, as well as paIn- 4
futl calluses til b)ottoml of y'our feet. It
never dilsaippoints antd never burn'1s.
bites or intlamecs. If your druaggist
haasn't any fa'eezone yet, tell him to
get a little bottle for you from his
Wilse Is thae chap who catches on e1I
thae proper time andi Iets go at thec
S YOU SICK!
l BOWELS MY WAY
r Tone" When Bilious, Consti
Lose -a Day's Work.
oack guarantee. that each spoonful
vill clean your sluggish liver better
ban a dose of nasty calomel and that
t won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it rext morn
rg, because you will wake up feel.
ag fine, your liver will be working,
our headache and dizziness gone,
our stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely
egetable, therefore harmless and
annot salivate. Give it to your chil.
ren. Millions of people are using
)odson's Liver Tone instead of dan
erous calomel now. Your druggist
rill tell you that the sale of calomel
s alnost stopped entirely here.--Ady.
".1 iimes, what is the me.'anliig of this
hey call the Paii-Amwienrlan policy?"
"Just like a wonan's stupidity to
sk suih it qejlstioni. Amerleans are
etting pannol all right. nin't they?"
fter 10 Years of Suffering, Show Man
Finds Relief In Tetterine.
"I have been troubled with a severe
ase of Tetter for ten years. In Colum
la last week a Iruggist recommended
tetterine. I bought a box: It gave me
elief, so I bought another and am en
rely well." Lew Wren. Chicago.
Tetterine cures Eczema, Tetter, Itching
'Iles, Ring Worm and every form of
calp and Skin lisease. Tetterine Mc
etterine Soap 25c. Your druggist, or by
laml from the manufac-turer. The Shup
r ne Co.. Savannnahi, Ua.
With every mail order for Tetterine we
e a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
Every. s1u1r6 m1ib. of the spa Is es
innteil to vontain 120.000,000 ilsh.
a little man wants to make an
upression ho wears a silk hat.
Yager's Liniment is excel
lent for any kind of pain or
congestion. It quickly re
lieves backaclhe and rhcu
maltic pains, and is a splen
did remedy for Neuralgia,
Sitcchest pamins, spraims,
stratins', swellings anid en
Keep a bo'tle in your home for
emnergencies - you never can tell
whtie rt. will r equire something
The 25 cent bottle of Yager's
Liniment contahos four times as
much as the iuual bottle of lini
mient sold f or that price.
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Pepper Plants -Egg Plants
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Sweet Potato Plants
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