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DON'T STAY B
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Ti
and Bowel Cleansing You Ever
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
a work. Calomel is quicksilver
'Ad It salivates; calomel injures your
' It you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish
, k all knocked gut, if your bowels
constipated and your head aches
tomach is sour, just take a spoon.
f harmless Dodson's Liver Tone
d of using sickening, salivating
el. Dodson's Liver Tone is real
medicine. You'll know it next
Ing because you will wake up
lng fine, your liver will be work.
your headache and dizziness gone,
stomach will be sweet and your
els regular. You will feel like
king. You'll be cheerful; full of
r and ambition.
our druggist or dealer sells you a
nt bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
To Keep Tab on Housewives. .
osewives in the canton of Basel
are Ili a fever of exettemeient, aC
Rg to a Lausanne dispatch to the
Pean edition of the New York
Id. The edict has gone forth that
armes in that canton can enter
private house on the meatless
Tuesday and Friday, and inspect
Is cooking in the "muaruite 1" One
nagine the welcome at gendarme
receive from a German-Swiss
" l he crosses the threshold of
ere has been a perfect storm of
over it in the grand conseil of
1-Ville, but the vote was 75 against
Cooking meat on Tuesday and
ay Is punishable by fines up to
GO0 francs, and one month's limpris
Lawyers Got It After All.
Tie inseparable Simpkinson broth
ers of Los Angeles decided that they
would save the expenses of lawyers'
fees in case of the death of one of
them by making out checks to each
other. One of them died recently and
tile other took the check for the
amount of his estate to the bank. The
bank refused praymnent because the au
thor of the check had died, and the
lawyers got the money after all.
Speaking of economy. the only thing you
will lose by using "Dead Shot" - Dr.
Peery's Vermifuge, will be Worms or
Tapeworm. One single dose sufficient,
without castor oil in addition. Adv.
Somnetiries a woinrii will admit that
the most trouble she has had with her
husband was In getting him.
Weight for weight, a manila rope is
just about its strong as a steel one.
Try Yager's Liniment,
for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains, chest pains,
backache, cuts and bruises.
This liniment has wonder
ful curative powers, pene
trates instantly, and gives
prompt relief from pain.
It is the most economical
liniment to buy, for the large
-25 cent bottle contains four
times as much as the usual
bottle of liniment sold at
At all dealers.
IGILBERT BROS. & CO.I
ifBUTSC AI.iMORE in D.h
itching skin diseases. Price'
60~e at drugglete, or direct fromj
DAISY FLY.KILLER P'aoed anywher.,
all fies. Wlest, glean
Nade of metal, ean't pil
1 press preai for $l.00
uNoS~O SOMESs, 15o 01 KALs AVE., URooKLve, p.y,
All roll films developed 10e. Prints 8 t
e a ets. Prompt attention to mail order.,
R,0, BERNAU, Greensboro, N. C
fo r t arb euoa eeln ee a oh tos
$10.0 o* rfneotoSie ne t*oi
)ne" Will Give You the Best Liver
Had-Don't Lose a Day's Worki
under my personal guarantee that it
will clean your sluggish liver better
than nasty calomel; it won't make you
sick and you can eat anything you
want without being salivated. Your
druggist guarantees that each spoonful
will start your liver, clean your bowels 4
and straighten you up by morning or I
you can have your money back. Chil
dren gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
because it is pleasant tasting and
doesn't gripe or cramp or make them
I am selling millions of bottles of Dod- I
son's Liver Tone to people who have
found that this pleasant, vegetable, liv
er medicine takes the place of danger
ous caloiel. Buy one bottle on my
sound, reliable guarantee.. Ask your
druggist or storekeeper about me. Adv.
NO PLACE TO HANG PICTURE
Child Could Not -Carry Out Teacher's
instructions Because His Home
Had No Walls.
A young teacher of this city, home
from kindergarten work in a large
eastern city, told this story, which she
vouches for. The teacher was anxious
to improve the home life of the little
foreigners she taught, so she bought
some inexpensive plictures and gave
one to each child, asking that the ptc
ture be hung on the wall of the home.
One little foreigner took the picture
with evident reluctance, and the next
day brought It hack and handed it to
"Why didn't you hang it on the wall
like the others did, instead of bringing
it back?" teacher asked. In the expla
nation that followed it developed that
the youngster lived in a large loft
room, with four other families besides
its own. Each of the other families
had a wall, while the kindergartner's
fainly lived in the middle of the room.
hence had no place to hang pictures.
Since Taking Cardui, and Does 1
Not Now Suffer Any Pain
Writes Georgia Lady.
Trenton, Gn.-Mrs. Ella Gifford, of
this place, writes: "I have always suf
fered from painful . . . but was
worse after marriage. I would have
pains and niisery in my stomach
and hips. I would have a bad sick
headache every time, which would gen
erally last two days. I had always
heard what a good medicine Cardut
was, so I thought I would try it. I
used two bottles and It helped me.,
"Fifteen months later I began to ide
nervous and was wvorse at my...
But at these times I did not have any
pain and do not now suffer any pain.
IBut I was very nervous, so nervous
that my hands would shake. Any noise
would make me jump. So I took two
more bottles of Cardul. I have never
been nervous since . . . and do not
have any pain. I think this is all due
to Cardut andl Black-Draught."
Cardut, the woman's tonic, is com
posedl only of pure, vegetable ingredi
eats, which have been recognized for
many years b~y standlard medical books
as of great medIcinal value.
With a wvonderful recor-d of over 40
years to its credit, Cardul has proven
its merits in the treatment of ailments
peculiar to women.
If you are weak and nervous, and
need a good, reliable, female tonic, try
Cardui. At any drug store.-Adv.
Why the eestatic frame of mnidl "
asked the man lie met as lhe stepped
off the ciar. "You seemi supremely
happy. tIns the beauty of spring got
intQ your blooid ; has a rich uncle
diled ail left you a mnillion ; have you
a new hahy in the family, or has the
boss5 ratised your salar~y?"
"None of those things," answered
the man who hadu the grin, "but some
thing almost its nicee. The conduet or
didn't take ulp may fare."
EIXKR DBFK A GOOD ToNIC
And Drives Malaria 0mA of the system.
"Your 'NRabeki acts like magic ; I have given
it to numerous people in my pariah who were
suffering with chills, malaria and fever. I rec
ommend it to those who are sufferers and in
eed ofa good tonic."-Rev. S. Szywanowaki
Etlixir Babek, 50 cents, all druggists or by
Parcel Post, prepaid, from Eloczewski & Co.,
No thing to Worry Over.
Guest-lrnlous ! You've spilt wine
over liy driess.
IIost-So sor'ry, but luckily none of
it has gone on the enrpet.
The laxative properties of WRIGHT'S
INDIAN VEGETAnLEA PILLS are the nat
ural result of their tonic action. That is
why they are an ideal Spring Mediotne. Ady.
Silent contempt Is responlsible for
mainy13 an undellivered b~lowV.
When Your &yes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
NEED OF NIGHT SCHOOLS
in Patriotic Course Illiterates May
Study Government Uulleting on
Rural Life Development.
Columbia.-"Night Schools and Pa
triotism" is the subject of an address
to the people of South Carolina by
Kiss E. Julia Selden of Spartanburg.
"The communication follows:
"In a state where more than one
!ourth of the people are illiterate and
La many more little better than illit
)rates, one can scarcely do more pa
riotic-work than help train this great
mass of men and women and the most
bffective way to reach them is througn
,he night schools.
"Fifty per cent of South Carolina
Is not under cultivation, and much
that is produced is only a small por
tion of what it is capable.
"In this day when patriotism is
needed In garden and field; when the
whole world Is looking to America
for food, and thousands of lives de
pend on our ability to furnish it; since
Illiterates are not accepted in the
army, now is the time to train them
for the battle of life, teaching, how
ever, to save and produce rather than
"While teaching illiterates to read
and write they and thousands o foth
ers can be brought together two or
three times a week to study govern
ment or Clemson extension bulletins,
on truck farming, fruit growing, can
ning, good roads, sanitation, forestry,
etc., and so learn how best to supply
th', needs of the country.
"The first step in organizing night
schools is, after securing teachers, to
call a community meeting and have a
speaker outline the work. The peo
ple have already been told of the des
perate need for food over the whole
world, but they have not been or
ganized into schools to learn how best
to supply this' need. At the end of
ths meeting pupils should be enrolled
and school begun at once.
"Later in the summer when the
crops are 'laid by' schools will be
foundf successful in rural districts if
held from 2:30 to 5 p. m.
"Literary Digest clubs might do
good for illiterates, where a copy is
subscribed for every six members who
will each keep it one day and pass
it on, then will meet once a week to
discuss topics of most interest.
"Night schools are equally effective
in city, town, mill or rural community
and to help with this work should.
now more than ever, be considered
an act of patriotism. For every man
and women not actively employed in
the army, navy or Red Cross, here is
your chance to serve."
Physicians Elect Officers.
Greenville.-The fifth annual meet
ing of the Southeastern Sanitary A.
sociation was formally closed after
'what was recognized by all the fifty
attendants as the most successful seq
sion in the history of the association.
No decision has been made as to the
place at whic.h the next meeting of the
associaution will be held but it is
thought by many that the decision of
the executive committee which de
cides this question will be in favor of
1Raleigh, N. C. Announcement of the
commnititee's decision is expectedl with
In the next 60 days.
At the business session of the asso
elation the officers for the ensuing
year were elocted as follows: Presi
dent, Dr. M. M. McCord, of North Car
olia; vice presidents, Dr. R. C. Smith
of Tennessee. Dr. C. B. Reynolds of
North Carolina, Dr. F. A. Coward of
South Carolina, and Dr. A. B. Wood
of Georgia; secretary and treasu-rer.
Dr. Clarence E. Smith of Greenville.
The off'icers of the associat ion com
pose the executive committee.
Underwriters Select Charleston.
Columbia.-The 19th annual con
vention of the South Carolina Under
writers' association will be held in
Charleston June 13. The first session
will be held at 10 o'clock in the morn
lag at the Isle of Palms. Following
the lunch hour, there will be a second
session. After a brief recess for a
plunge in the surf, the members will
return to Charleston for a banquet at
the Charleston hotel, tenderd by (Char
The program has not yet been com
pleted, but an effort is being made
to get F. J. von Engleken, president,
or some other official of the federal
farm loan bank, to speak on the rela
tion of the bank's function to insur
SOUTI" CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS.
More than 100 delegates attended
the tenth annual convention of the
Travelers' Protective Association of
South Oaroiina .which was held at
Anderson last week.
William Banks, president of thn
South Carolina Press Association, wvent
to Washington last week to appear' be
fore a congressional committee to pro
test against the proposed war tax on
newspapers. Thetax is considered al
most prohibitive to the 'publishing
Beverley M. Epes of E~dgefiold has
been appointed by Gov. Manning as
dental surgeon for the First regiment
with the rank of first lieutenant.
Thomas H-. Peeples, attorney gen
erml, has returned from Washington.
where he appeared before the inter.
state commerce commission in the
matter of the hearing on railroad
As an evidence of the int erest which
CGaffney people are telking in food pro
duction many lots which have been
idle for years are being piantedl ir
corn and peas in the hope of increae
inle the foatufns -in Cherokea count,
(By E. 0. SELLERS, Acting Director of
the Sunday School Course of the Moody
(Copyright, 191?. Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR MAY 20
THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CON
LESSON TEXT-Isa. 28:1-13.
GOLDEN TEXT-Every man that tttiv
eth for the mastery is temperate in all
things.-I Cor. 9:25.
Wine in the Scriptures is spoken of
under four aspects. First, social, that
as illustrated by its use at the mar
ringe in Cana. We must not, however,
confuse this wine with the spirituous;
strong drink of this present day. Sec
ond, medicinal (l'rov. 31:0-7; 1 Tim.
5:23). These passages do not coin
mand us to use it as such, and God
has very graciously revealed to us
in modern medical research the futil
ity of the use of alcohol in the matter
of medicine as a remedy. Third, sacri
ficial wine (Mutt. 26:27-29; Luke 22:17
20), and, fourth wine is spoken about
as productive of the woes of men (See
Amos 6:1; Ieb. 2:15; Prov. 23:20).
It is also mentioned by way of contrast
(See Eph. 5:18).
The Scriptures speak of drunkards
in four different ways: (1) They are
to be stoned (Deut. 21:20) ; (2) Drunk
ards lead to poverty (Prov. 23:21);
(8) Drunkards are to be separated
from other men (I Cor. 5:11) ; (4)
they are to be finally separated from
God (I Cor. 6:9).
Abstinence from strong drink is en
joined in the Scriptures under three
heads: (1) the priest and Nazarite
(Num. 6:3; Luke 1:15) ; (2) the ruler
(Prov. 81:4) ; (3) those who are to
worship Jehovah (Lev. 10:3).
This particular lesson is taken from
a portion of Isaiah's prophecy where
he is anticipating what Is about to hap
pen to Samaria, and uttering his warn
ings unto Judah.
I. The Steps of Intemperance. First,
Disgrace and Dishonor (v. 1). The
city of Samaria is compared to a
chaplet of flowers on a drunkard's
brow, which shall be trodden under
foot because of his inebriety. Drunk
enness seemed to have been so wide
spread as to become a national sin.
Second, Disease and Degeneracy (v. 2).
The pride of beauty spoken of in verse
one is to "fall to the earth." This
glorious beauty was after all only a
"fading Ilower" (I Plet. 1:24). The
coming of the Assyrhins upon Sainarlit
is described in a three-fold way : (1)
As a "tenpest of hall"; (2) as a "de
stroying storm ;" (3) as a "tempest
of might. waters overflowing." The
thougiln contained is that of wide
spread and overwhelming destruction.
Back of this work of devastation and
deciruction and desolation was the
wrath of God against sin (Ch. 2:4-0).
All earthly pride shall be trodden un
der foot. Samaria, "a fading flower,"
was to be greedily eaten up by the on
Ii. Those Reached by intemperance.
Strong drink causes men to err in their
conduct, in their moral insight, in their
judgments. It reaches thle b~eautiful
(v. 1); It reaches the learned1 <v. 7);
it reaches those in author-ity ; in fact
all classes. It leads men to thme dlepths
of degradation and to the loss of their
wills (v. 8) ; it. makes men to become
hensts, wallowing in their own vomit.
Not only Samaria, but "these also"
(vy. 7 and 8), that is people of Jer'u
salem have erred through wine and
strong drink. Even the priests and
the prophets had antd (10 so now (See
Ch. 56:10-12; Mienh 2:11). The priests
were especially inexcusable because of
the plain dlireciness of God's word
(Lev. 10:0-10; Ezekiel 44 :21). The
result of their intemperance was that
they utterly falled in their ofileial
acts. They reeled in vision and stumr
bled in judgment. The use of wine
and strong drinik made their social
gatherings filthy and disgusting. T1em
perance is the habit of abstaining from
everything that destroys. It is the con
trol andl right use of God's good gifts
for service. Inteniperaince is lack of
control or the wrong use of God's
gifts in self-indulgence.
ill. The Lesson in Centrast. Joeru
salem vs. Samaria. Samaria's crown
of pride wais not the glory of God.
its beauty was a fading flower (v. 4),
his wisdoam cont emned through the
ignornne of Samarlit (vv. 6, 7, 12),
his strength versus their weaknmess and
wickedness (vv. 6, 13). God teaches
by contrast as well as by direct
precept. Verses atine andl ten meiay be
taken as a mocking answer of the ipee
pile to God's propihet. Isaiah intimates
that the time to begin our instructinn
Is in, (hildlhoodl (v. 9), that precelpt
must lhe upon01 precept, nndI line upon
line, here a little and Ithere a little.
'There nev'er is a time wh'len we can let
upi in this sitruggle against the mighty
evil of intemperance.
Take as a reply (v. 0) this would
seemi to inidienie that God took thema to
he biabies .just wenened. If the prophet,
himself, Is tihe speaker, then Jlehovah
is represented as teaching knowledge
to bahes and1( not to the self-suflicient.
It is these whomi he "makes to under
standl his message" (Rt. V. ), aind the
methodl of his teaching is precept upon
precept. If we wvill not hear God'.
loving and patient call to repentance,
he will speak to us through cruel ene
mies. If we wvill not teach our chil
dren, if we will not keep everlastingly
agitating this question, he will use oth
er mecans (v. 11).
Even Dirt Is Cheap No Longer.
The expression, "dirt chea." 1nu
he d1-iicarded. Blume the war. Wim
peg, Manlitoba, florists have annltloutn<
an increase in the price of ertlI so
for potting flowers. A year g 'ar
sold for 50 cents a bushel. Now
costs 25 cents a paill.
To Drive Out Malaria ,
And Build Up The Syste
Take the Old Standard GROVE
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You kne
what you are taking, as the formula
rinted on every label, showing it
uinine and Iron in a tasteless form. TI
uinine drives out malaria, the Irc
builds up the system. 5o cents.
Not Her Drink.
litIle Isaibel's mother haid very iniji
diciously allowed her to drink weal
tea with her mntis instead of milk.
One fhty isabel w1as taken out I
Iilnch It a1 friend's house, land hIII
friend, never dreanming tlint a chli
could drink anything otlier tilan milk
placed it before her i, a broad, liow
The clilld gazed nt the milk in ,I
lence for a while, nid theni astonishe
hler hoste~ss by remarki-Iing disdatu111full.
"I Rinl'( ai t .--1uf l :p s.
CORNS LIFT OUT
WITH F IN GER S
You say to the drug store mar
"Give me a small bottle of freezone.
This will cost very little but wil
positively remove every hard or sof
corn or callus from one's feet.
A few drops of this new ether com
pound applied directly upon a tender
aching corn relieves the soreness in
stantly, and soon the entire corn o
callus, root and all, dries up and ca1
be lifted off with the fingers.
This new way to rid one's feet o
corns was introduced by a Cincinnal
man, who says that freezone dries I
a moment, and simply shrivels up th
corn or callus without irritating th
If your druggist hasn't any freezon
tell him to order a small bottle fro
his wholesale drug house for you.-ad'
".1idge, you k now I oinl't gnilty
wvonl't you give mne11 anothea'r trialI
plendedt lie freqetit ofrondeir.
"Snrely. I'll give y41ui anoth1er i f yo,
get Into this co r( aga1int. T4.n1 14)1lohu
et Contents 15 Fluid Draohi
.ALGOHOL-3 PER OENT.
Cheerfulness and Rlest.Gontlai
iinerat. NOT NARcOvIG
A helpu (Remedy for
(onstiaton and Diarrhoea.
- and Feverishness and
Loss OF SLEEP
Fac-Siite Signetare of
NHE - -TU 01
Exac COpy of Wrapper.
A vegetable remredy that aiw
pation. Banishes that tired
rightoe- t tmltst
ingit o ul ndhealthy ac
to their natural functlons. I
ROSY CHEEKS or HEAT"
I2ceu .4e *=sgbe*.. A
Philadelphia, Pa.-" One
S was very sick and I suffered ith &W
is untiI n went
s crasy. I west w
they all sa4 I had
female trouble a
would not get an
relief until IwouM
be operated on. I
k had suffered forfe
years before thb
'time, but I kept get.
ting worse the more
I medicine I took. Every month einc* I
.was a young girl I had suffered with
cramps in my sides.at periods and was
never regular. I saw your advertise
ment in e newspaper and the picture
of a woman who had been saved from
an operation and this picture was im
pressed on my mind. The doctor had
given me only two more days to make
up my mind so I sent my husband to the
dru store at once for a bottle of Lydia
E. nkham's Vegetable Com und, and
believe me, I soon noticed a cange and
when I had finished the third bottle I
was cured and never felt better. I grant
you the privilege to publish my letter
and am only too glad to let other women
know of my cure."-Mrs.Tnos.1cGoN
IGAL 8432 Hartville Street, Phila., Pa.
KIDNEY ai ve ds"a"
TROUBLE and don't know it. I
TROUBLyou want good results
t You can make no mistake by using Dn
Xilmer'o Swamp-Rloot, the great kidner
Imedicine. At drtiggistq in fifty cent and
dollar sizes. sample size bottle bynareet
Ist. also paplet tell g yu abo
Address Dr. X linr & Co. YBigmtn
oN. Y.hpand enclose ton cents, alo men
rtion tide paper.
0 Sold for 47 years. For MalariaChils
and Fever. Also a Fine Oenerall
Strendthenind Tonic. ne4 0
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We also do highest class ofnh
I Prices and Catalogue upon reqaua
S. Galeski Optical Co., Richmoid, Va.
A toilet rrepartion of sisrIlL
ti 0lp to raicate dwmaft.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
tie Liver Pills
ays gives p rompt relief in consti.
feeling altogether and pusts you
1e Liver gently, but quickl restor
tion and the stomacS and bowels
taking life worth living.