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HOW INSANITY HAS OAINEI
increase in United States Revealed b
Census Taken, by National Com
mittee for Mental Hygiene.
4 Insanity in the United States is di
eidedly on the increase. This fgct i
revealed by reason of a census take
of the insane, feeble-minded, epileptic
inebriates and drug addicts by tl
National Committee for Mental Ha
giene. Analysis of this census is foun
in the Mental Hygiene. It was con
piled by Horatio M. Pollack, statistic
an of the New York State Hospitr
commission, and Edith M. Furbusl
statistician of the National Committe
for Mental Hygiene.
The federal census bureau.estinate
that the increase of population froi
April 15, 1910, to January 1, 1917, Wa
11.80 per cent. The same governmei
agency found in 1910 that the numbe
of insane in institutions was 187,79]
The census taken in the present yen
revealed 234,055 insane persons in it
stitutions. Thus the increase n th
insane in institutions during the corr<
sponding period was 24.04 per cent,
growth more than double that of th
Moreover, the rate of increase of th
insane in institutions was relativel
greater than that of the general pope
lation in every state except Arizomi
Kansas, Mississippi, Nevada and Sout]
Carolina. Illinois is one of the state
in which the disparity between growt1
of population and increase in insanit
a has been greatest. In this state th
population increase was 9.84 pc
cent, as compared with a percentag
of increase of insane in institutions e
27.88. The neighboring state of Ind
ana shows an even greater disparit
with percentages of 4.04 and 27.44 r<
CORNS LIFT OUT
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 con
pound applied directly upon a tender
aching corn relieves the soreness it
stantly, and soon the entire corn o
callus, root and all, dries up and cal
be lifted off with the fingers.
This new way to rid one's feet o
corns was introduced by a Cincinnai
man, who, says that freezone dries i
a moment,. and simply shrivels up th
corn or callus wjthout irritating th
If your druggist hasn't any freezon
tell him to order a small bottle frot
his wholesale drug house for you.-ad'
Why She Blushed.
Flossie, the waitress, was very kee
on a certain handsome young ma
who always sat at one of her table,
She fluttered round hiin and ogle
and giggled -and explained the youn
man's lack of response by the fact the
"Is there anything you want ?" sh
asked one day, and there were severt
shades of meaning in; her tone.
The young man glanned at her an
"Will you let 'me have a Ik-k-k-"
The maiden blushed violently at thi
significant sound and threw a glanc
of triumph at the other waitresses.
"--a Ik-k-cup?" finished the youn
The girl blushed dleepecr than evc
at this and the young man wvent on:
"I kn-know why you're blushina
You thought I was g-golng to askc fc
a k-Ik-Ik-clean cup !"
Whenever You Need a General Toni
The Old Standard Grove's Tastele
chili Tonic is equally valuabla as a Gei
eral Tonic because it contains the we
known tonic properties of QUININE at
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives o
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Buili
ap the Whole System. 60 cents.
"I never interfere wvith other pe
"No, I stopped that years ago, wh<
I checked up and found that all tI
mnoney I had ever made came fro
minding my own business."
A Helpful Hint.
"Do you think it really necessary
go to the trouble of having thie suspec
ed courtplaster analyzed by a~ bact
riologist?" asked J. Fuller Gloom
"Haven't you a bmother-inla~w that y<
can try it on ?"-Kansas City Star.
After a man's friends really kno
him they often cease to know him.
OU know the real human doe
U the doctors made of flesh at
souls and hearts: those men
dead of night as readily as in
to tell you the good that Fletelt
will do, from their experience and
Fletcher's Castoria is nothi:
an eperient.We just war
Your physician will tellyo
bor of knitations on the market
the welfare Qf your baby.
Lemons Whiten and
Beautify the Skin!
Make Cheap Lotion
t ... . .". ".""".."..e444S4@*6.5.O...O......
_, The juice of two fresh lemons strain
e ed into a bottle containing three ounces
of orchard white makes a whole quar
d ter pint of the most remarkable lemon
- skin beautifier at about the cost one
must pay for a small Jar of the ordi
I nary cold creams. Care should be tak
, en to strain the lemon juice through a
e fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in,
then this lotion will keep fresh for
s months. Every woman knows that lem
a on juice is used to bleach and remove
s such blemishes as freckles, sallowness
t and tan and is the ideal skin softener,
r smoothener and beautifier.
Just try it I Make up a quarter pint
r of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion
- and massage it daily into the face,
C neck, arms and hands. It should natur
ally help to whiten, soften, freshen and
i bring out the hidden roses and beauty
u of any skin. It is wonderful for rough,
r Your druggist will sell three ounces
v of orchard white at little cost, and any
- grocer will supply the lemons. Adv.
The Potato Blessing.
s Riding outside the city, one will not
1 fail to see the wide expanse of potato
y plants growing luxuriously, and forth
a with he indulges in anticipations of
r the golden plenty that is soon to be the
good fortune of our people. But cloud
f ing these anticipations is a dark fear
- that the speculator will invade these
, premises and get nearly all these pota
toes, into his own hands and by some
sort of restriction or limitations so
work the prospects that he will be
able to keep up the price and gather
in the profits, says the Ohio State Jour
nal. It would be a decided advantage
to the public welfare if it could be so
decreed that no producer should sell
to a mere speculator. There is no op
pression in that. Of course, it might
stave ofl a little inconvenience, but it
will pay in the end. Let us hope that
the beautiful potato prospect will turn
out a public blessing.
DRUGGISTS PLEASED WITH
GOOD KIDNEY MEDICINE
- I have sold your remedy for the past
r fifteen years and have suflicient confidence
in it to give it my personal recommenda
tion. .I believe it is one of the best medi
cines of its class on the market today and
f I find pleasure in selling it at all times.
i Very truly yours
n KAMINE'S DRUd STORE,
F. V. Kaminer, Pro p.,
Nov. 4, 1910. Spartanburg, S.'O.
SDr. Kilmer. 6Co.
, Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send- ten cents to Dr. Kihner & Co.,
Binghanton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convinoe anyone. You
n will also receive a booklet of valuable in
formation telling about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing, be sure and men
tion this paper. Large and medium size
i bottles for sale at all drug stores.-Adv.
t Crops on Wheels.
Bumper crops in New Jersey are
e being put on wheels and rolled
.1 right iinto the city markets, fresher
and faster this year- than ever before,
U and for the first time since the growv
lag of perishable pr-oducts became an
extensive indIustry in the state the
s far'mers feel themselves to some de
e gree lndlependent of railroad schdules
and freight .rates.
g Motor trucks hav'e solved the p~rob
lemi of fast deliveryF for' Jersey farm
r er-s. IIund~reds of big cars, some of
thiem with a carrying capacity of sev
.eral tons, have been put on the roads
r- bet ween (lie farms and muarkets tis
season. Many of these auto trucks
are ownedl by thme farmers themselves,
having bmeeni purcehased to replace
hiorses and1( mark-et wagons.
Alert for the Future.
"Y on'ye got a l't of weeds in your~
it "Pretty flne weeds, too, don't you
is think ?'' rejoinedl Mr. Crosslots.
"Suirely you ar~e not nursing t hemi
"Yes, sli-. I've been finding out that
so nmny new things are edlible that
I'mm holdinig ouit to see whiethei- sci
ence won't discover sonme way of firy
laig the jlimpson or stewing thme bur
Bore Eyes, Blood-shot Eyes, Watory Eyes,
Sicky Eyes, all healed promptly with nlr~ht
ly applications of Roman Eye Balsam. AdV.
t-An ,bserver from an altitude can
vre far into the wnter below. Tho 'i
Splane w~~il be known as the ilshlhawc
uof the war.-WVashington Star.
A new hat for women has a widle
w brim which can be remnoved1, leaving
only a narrow one.
i to Mothers
tors right around inm your neighborhood :
d blood just like you: the doctors with
who are responding to your call in the
the broad daylgh; they are ready
er's Castoriafas done, is doing and
their love for children.
1g new., We .are not asking you to
t to impress upon you the importance
this, as he knows there are a num
and he is Particularly interested In
STORE THE POTATO
ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONSERV.
ING THE COUNTRY'S SUPPLY.
Government Officials Tell of the Fa
cilities That Have Been Provided
--Complete Plan of Action
Has Been Mapped Out.
Washington.-Means of conserving
the nation's potato supply in the most
effective manner have been worked
oUt by food ndaministratioan officials.
They have issued the following state
Unusual facilities for financing stor
age are offered American potato grow
ers as a result of war conditions. The
federal reserve system is at their dis
P081, and farmers who store their 1917
potato crop in approved local ware
houses, may obtain, upon their storagc
receipts, 0-day loans from member
banks of the reserve system at a rate
not to exceed 0 per cent,. Mr. Lou D.
Sweet, potato expert with the food ad
ministration, was instrumental in
bringing this matter to the reserve
New England growe's have started
a movement to take advnntage of this
ruling to help them solv: their market
ing problem. The prospect which the
growers of this group of states face
is that of handling 45,000,000 bushels
of potatoes-one-tenth of the entire
United States crop--without causing
an overstocked market and the result
ing loss of all profit on the crop.
The growers commumient(l with in.
cal nuthorities in their resin'utive
states, who in turn laid the situation
before the food administration. A con
ference between the growers, local au
thorities and experts from the food
administration was held recently at
Roston, Mass. A plan of action was
mapped out at this meeting which in
chides the following:
1. Marketing of only one-third of the
crop at harvest time; another third in
90 days, or placing in storage and later
distributed as demand affords oppor
tunity; the remaining third to be
stored by the grower and marketed
throughout the year.
2. All potatoes to be graded with
care, taking out culls, cuts, cracks and
any that are bruised. It was recom
mended that a wire screen grader be
used-one and seven-eighths-inch mesh
for oblong tubers and two-inch mesh
for round ones. Graded stock tl"n to
be placed in good two-bushel sacks
one hundred and fifteen pounds to the
sack-and the sacks sewed tightly so
as to prevent shucking and bruising.
8. Increasing the load in each rail
road ea a' from the normal 30,000
pounds. That these cars can be un
loaded within 24 to 30 hours or their
arrival at destination.
4. That municipalities and other
bodies provide storage for as large
quantities as possible at the peak of
"A storage house," said Lou P.
Sweet, who attended this meeting,
"such as will conform to the require.
ments laid down by the Federal Reserve
board, does not call for a specially con
structed house. There are innumer
able buildings, which, if properly
elenned, ventilation provided, and man
aged so as to maintain a temperature
of about 35 degrees, will answver ad
mlirably for this puarpose.
"This year the United Stautes planted
its potato caop from the p~ooresCt qual
ity of seedl thaut ever wvent into the
ground, and naturally the harvest wvill
be potatoes of poor~ quality. Strict
grading, enareful 1pneking, commaon
sense st orag(e, and careful shippinjg nre
necessary to isuare just returns to the
ga-owea-s wvho have responded to the
paesid(eant's caill for h.creased produe
tion of hot atoes."
SHE HAD WAYWARD DAUGHTER
Neighbor Was Surprised When She
Found Cause of Severe Rebuke
Administered by Mother.
A laidy livIng ini a large apartmnent
houasr r'elates the followIng:
"I had occalon onme dlay to visIt th
nparatimt of a neighbor. Suach grave
and earnest tonmes of aremonstarance
reauched any ears, as I approacehed my
friend's room, that I hesitated about
intruding. I found hear winsome young
daumghtea- with her, aand thme mother had
evidently heen rehuking her, for the
girl's face was flushed, and there were
tears in her eyes.
"Come in," said1 my friend. "I have
finished what I was Baying to Jenny,
and I hoph she wvill remeamber my
"Ah, these children - these chil.
diren !" thouaght I to myself.
"I have just been telling her," con
tlnued mny friend, "that she must not
wear her evening gloves when she goes
shaopping in the morning. In the first
plinee, it is aot genteel ; and in the
second placee, It is extravagant."
Ier evenaing gloves ! And yet, I as
stare you., hera tonie tand exparession, and
the lanpresslon made on the chld.
wouald huave befitlc'ed a seriouas wvrong.
doling-one thlat land issues in ilmc
Buy Outright, Ia Wa:' Plan.
W~ashi ngton.- Secretaray of Coin
mnerce Itedfhld annlaounced that the
conference representinag all inter-ested
depairtmnents of thas governmnent las
completed Its study of wvar contracts.
Whaere conditlonas of nmanufaaetuaro
are partleularly Involved the confer
enlce recommenaldls a contract In whleha
a speeltied suam, is awarded as thme
profit on each article, instend of mak
Ing the profit a percentage of the cost.
This recoammendation will do away
with the tendency to increase costs to
GRANi MANY FARM LOANS
Flfty-Five Associations Chartered by
Columbia Bank.-Nearly Two
Million Dollars Loaned.
Columbia.-The federal land bank,
a few days ago issued a statement
showing the nutber of associations
chartered up to August 15. The grand
total shows that 53 'haters have thus
far been granted since the institution
started on February 21. and loans
granted amount to $1.91 6.308. Eleven
other charters have been asked for
since this statement was prepared,
and will no doubt he granted. If this
is done the total nuniher of charters
will number 66 and the money loaned
will be approximately $2,500.000.
The bank is d-Lily receiving many
requests for Ions. It wishes, how.
ever, to make plain that it does not
loan money for . im rent rettuirements,
such as the Pur i i'; of fertilizers,
supply bills at'I m: for operating
expenses. Monov iO 0:h .0 only for
constructive farn wrl: .11l farm im
The bank now h:- S l ;h apprals
ers in the Third II trict. which em
braces the state of sonth Carolina,
North Carolina. t er; a an i Florida.
The officials of th,, hil: are very
much gratified at th; tca11fnt prog
ress which the instiUniion i nkmking
and the rapidity with v.h i h the farm.
era are taking to it. I i? vit.s the
closest scrutiny of its ltotils and
having faith in the fiolniental
cautions that have coetroll,! it io this
period, fears no demnt~ies rhal inay he
made upon it, p:t! - m tl- !
ness of its methods and r tainty of
Through the federal loan hank, one
of the officials remari. it appear.
ed to him for the lot ii l time in the
history of the United Statr the farm
er has an opportunity to prysent his
collateral in such a form that his in
debtedness will not stand as a barrier
to his progress. Throurgh this propos.
ed method the millions of aires of
land that are being farnil in this
country are for the first time in the
history of this country being legiti
mately offered as a collateral through
a source that is valuable from a bank
ing standpoint, le declared that
when these millions of ho; rdd do
lars that have been heretofore till
available are turned into the chan
nels of business, while there are no
more dollars in existence, it. is evi
dent that an opportunity is presented
of which the hitherto neglected will
be able to take advantage. As 11
seemed to him, he asserted, the fed
eral government has sought in thi
passage of the farm loan act to gran
to the wealth-producing factor of th
nation a more abundant opportunit
to carry out successfully its plans, t
entrust to it ample capital and t
point out the way to its successfi
manupilation. ie emphasized ti
fact that it is the spirit of the la
and it has been so enacted, that til
control of this institution shall finall
fall into the farmers' hands, and, b
virtue of that spirit, when its put
pose has been achieved in its organ
zation, that he shall own and contra
its organization, and "the stone tha
the builders rejected has become th
head of the corner," andl the grea
arm of this government has reache<
out and lifted agriculture to it prope
place In the economy of the nation.
Much Work at Spartanburg.
Spartanburrg.-hluildings for elever
of the New' York regiments whic!
are soon to conme to Spartan
burg hav.e been comle~~lted an
work on the btuilding for severa
other regiments is progressing rapidly
A large force of men arc working ori
.the mess halIls and siupp~ly houses50 fo:
the New York~ trocy. (nmn: Wrds
worth Is taking on the* < .ies of
city and is being r'aplidly tranisfor'me(
fronm a pleaceful faring comommun
ity it which iields5 of (ottoun and~ corr
grew to a military estabilisihmecnt o1
energy and hustle. When the camij
is comnplet ed nearly a hthouisa nd build
ings will have been erected anmd it wvil
be ready for over -10.0 mpii ten. Th<
w.ork is progressing sat isfactorly~ anm
contractors expect ito deilay in gettinj
the camp ready by Septemnber 1 a
Iwhicht time the New. York troops arn
expected to come South.
Something of the extent of the con
struction work involvedl In the build
ing of the camp may be realizedl fron
the fact that over 11,000,000 feet o:
lumber is required in its constructior
SOUTiH CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS
Friends of the Citadel, the militar2
college of South Carolina, are more
than dlelighted with the response o
graduates to the call to thte colors
Col. 0. J. Hond, superintendent, sai<
that 1o4 graduates hold commIssion
In the Unoited States army. the off icers
reserve corps and In the marine corps
Several hold commissions in the navy
While it is riot practicable to compilt
a list of farmer cadlets holding com
missions, it is believed that at least 4
are officers, mainly in the reserve.
Thte third annual convention o'f thi
South Carolina Federation of Labho
closed atfer two dlays of fruitftul an
constructive work in Columbia. 1
was decided to hold the conventioe
next year at Florence. A. Cliffor<
Thompson of Charleston was re-eleci
ed president. M. E. Cohen of Floi
once was elected first vice president
C. 3. McJunkin of Greenville, secomt
vice president; M. H. Wilbanks o
Anderson, third vice president, an
John L. Davis of Columbia. secretary
Orangeburg county farmers have or
etnised a cotton exchange.
CALOMEL MAKES YO
Straighten Up! Don't Lose a L
Liver and Bowels With
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which .causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it conies into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, break
ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour, just try a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't
LIMBS MADE OF CARDBOARD
Artificial Leg, Invented by Danish Doc
tor, Enables Wearer to Walk Soon
A Danish doctor at a hospital in
Paris has Invented a cardboard leg
whleh cnhles the veatrer to go ab1)ot
without crutches two days after hil
1limiiha s ben 1 t ted.
T'he" I..a ii : . t . I;;he ts
of cardhlumrdl almut thrie-sixeenth of
ian inch thick, and hndages soaked in
a starch solution. After careful mns
ureinents have been taken the card
hoard is cut into what looks like twr
peg.tops, which after being soaked Ii1
the hath) fold rouind each other and ar
sectured with ba dages.
The principle is that of an egg in t'
cup, and the patient can wear the let
long before the wound is completelr
healed. lie can thus get air and cxcr
cise, which it is usually impossible t<
obtain at this plhtase of his convales
cence ; also he has to suffer none o
the inconveniences of "..rutches, a stic
sufileing for his needs. The leg, prop
erly treated, lasts from six months tc
a yeir, by which time a permanen
artificial limb is realy to be fitted.
CUTICURA IS SO SOOTHING
To Itching, Burning Skins-it Not Oni:
Soothes, but Heals-Trial Free.
Treatment: Bathe the affected sul
z face with Cuticura Soap and hot wi
ter, dry gently and apply Cutlcus
Ointment. Repeat morning and nigi
This method affords immediate relit
and points to speedy healment. Th
Q are ideal for every-day toilet ust
v Free sample each by mail with loc
e Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept.
y Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
Such is Fame.
ItMany years ago Wilbur D. Nesbi
the author of "Your Flag and I
t Flag," was known to the little villat
of Cedarville, ., his native home, r
t ontly one of thte. neighborhood. R<
cently lie returned to Cedairville aft<
r a long absence. Of course, his conmin
was hieralded by thte local ntewspap)e
so hte was e'xpectedl. Whlen hte wr
walking qluietly through thte towni (i1
tells thle title himself), Ite overhear
itis contversationt between two 01(1 vi
I "I undel4.rstiand by thet paper that WI
I Neshlt Is batck it town today."
"So) they siay. I wondler whatt 1I
Ilooks like niow?''
"'Oh. , h didii't ever amounmit to muel
" 'And to think what lhe is doin' nov
Of all ithe "ansy thlinigs, wri tin' poetry!
E~fTKitIR ABF.K A GOOD 'TONIO
And Drives Malzharhub Out of the System.
"Your 'IBabeki' acts like magie' I have give
it to n~umerousa peolie in my parishl who weu
suiffering withi cillt, malaria and fever. I rea
ommendt It, to thoste who are sufferern andi I
need of a good tonic."--Rev. A. Szymnano wsk
St. Stephen,'s Ciurch, P-rth Amb~oy. N.
Elixir ItaubekI, 50 cents, aiu druggits, or 1
Parhin Post, repaid, from Klioezewskl & Oc
Something for Jones.
Dilll Sergeat (siarcasticatlly to litt
Jones, wh-lo is contituatlly out of stej
--Company, all excep~t Private Jloneo
I change step I I really 'aven't til
'eart to trouble 'um again l-Passln
Tille Clinger says that the reatsn
she thinktls her new boss' wife is keej
3 inig cool through the hot weather is b<
f cause her telephone voice sounds as I
-it were right of! the ice.-(halveslo
Nature is So Naturai.
-'"Oh, doin't you love nit r':
-''Yes, i ndeed ;it adds so itouch "'
The time to makce a reputationi (i
l.onesty is lhe fIrst c'hanic( you' get I
a steal or cheitt.
1Constipation generally Indientes disordere
SStomach, inver and bowels. wrighi's India
Vegetable illis restore regularity withot
Every woman has some aim in lift
hut what she hits is different.
Ban, outandwj ulck
relieved by' Murine, r it I
-your Eyesandin aby7
OUR NSmtng,Jst EyCie
Mitriaeye Renaei AtpD~~a'1e
Rye save,in Tub~ges . ...,
Ask Mauuina e 3messaCe. Cmna..
U SICK, USHI
URY AND SALIVATES
lay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
"Dodson's Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make ytie
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodeon's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause It is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot salt
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your slug
gish liver to work and clean your bow
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep your entire family fees
lug fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe
and they like its pleasant taste.-Adw
The Great Need.
The 'rince of Udilne, hedtl of the
Italian coiil.1ssion, sail at a lunch
eon in New York :
"The ( eranns need, above alt
things, a spiritual bal or cleanslug,
WVhen I ('iontelalliiit'e them I feel like
"A rest uirateur in the (Inlferi n in ML
inn wais walted on by a traup who
vannuI'l work. 'I'h' restaurateur, be
it si he ' i ' .- 'n I:.': ' the
trtuli(Pa. h.t hL u: w. ht) V.ns dirty.
"'Il Putt yo al t the diish washing,'
soil the rest aiiurateuir, atil then he took
out. a t wo- lii note. 'But, here, take
this first. naul go tond get a bath.'
"As the traml), hioiwing and scraping,
sit red oft, the restautesiltur called him
back and said
" 'here may he some chnnge. In
tlit event, take anotler hath.'
A Wise Provision.
'Tie wity journalist was conversing
ith n frIentli nhout I'll ising carl') In
iinils foir food. T'he frienld remarked
that -uch I food stipply w0ould not be
mlucih in elemnml(1 here. but that the
(ernuns' liked c'arp.
"(iernans will 't anything," re
iritked the witty journalist, biut in
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