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DON'T STAY B
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver T
and Bowel Cleansing You Evei
Calomel makes you sick; you lose" a
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel injures your
It you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish
and all knocked out, if your bowels
are constipated and your head aches
or stomach is sour, just take a spoon
ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone
instead of using sickening, salivating
calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real
liver medicine. You'll know it next
morning because you will wake up
feeling fine, your liver will be work.
ing, your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
bowels regular. You will feel like
working. You'll be cheerful; full of
vigor and ambition.
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
An Efficiency Study.
"Il iii I. sluing even hess work
thanl he usedl to 1141."
"'4.s. it' 1as got eln intoi tlie w:y of
wvasling time for himsewlf :rol i'therls
slntliing aroiun' talhiig :iit 'lli
TInvo you eve'r used MI(Ti'IlElt's .TOY
SAIAJ'l- for Col's. ('ougls, Croup and
Pneumnonin, Asthina, unt Iend Ca
tarrh? If you liveu't get it at once.
It will cure you.-Atlv.
Women Drive War Automobiles.
I let wieen l:5) awii 20n i\ o1n-n so1n
will b't lriviii inili:ry nuultor ears ht
1h111it 'l t l'ren h 4 r0li oi' ' 'int.
Woln1enI h:1v1 Iris tl .s0 i lt I' th e in
nilg of II Iw r t nlislt in in 1 1u41
1ntibhilt, >servicte. ' lThe ( ' Iinh Fenilin ii
Autllo uttoile Dotn 110. r 411' i
gro1 . in.11101 it p:1 Srii'i li, signae
ltItir of s rali pinth ulleel 0fte tih'Ilo
liCl wolltie ill l'aris wio hi1411 iilises
to (rive isiltr l, ars . 'l'ht, Issya re.
-is itn' ii of lirteit-lli ll \\a1. lwir t iue u
ltebi tin t buek until n41\w.
The oNewF asre bligiel to nlir t for
thiliore n4 t :hs ( l :to n;re 1 t s11w ulit
sierul~i'nli -I to toili1tlrlcl uhs bil ils
ei in n. Th i' r n ' ill in th i be::iiiin
relpln e 0r11 ' ''1 in hailv di river inl ltw
1'11111).l x:11:1\' s ,l uls w ~ r
Chrog snicr Indgetion. h r
tran1sfe rrt'd t ofther .,'rvii0,'r. 1.1,at 1
on t 11 1 1n y rtpItn*:4l ota'n in il 'au
Cutting Down Gossip.
'erIw yu s upp ~t'''gosiel eine dylep
'' 111\\ i ll \111 -it tiuig .io ito or t 1111
s et.Iii ut ir spri tihn14 h14 fire' ulnnii
pleires wereh e
"Ia le bo peer geiII I
thoust, pelrsons, but1 beforelt itey starteIi
to spenting practinlily 1ll of thwni
Ielure 1luolnet' s InI pho1topla0iy house,
th vy onew ar.t tieni inrre r.hou
'he"ir' nteghburs' pr'ivato( fn irs tha
' why do nf."
For Unruly Window Shades.
"he a rer' itlow sh:n " refus
8tlLeytorll noj J iaep
ta n p i t h-l an i o i s r
sinul woden edge suc as 4 i)
one" Will Give You the Best Liver
'Had-Don't Lose a Day's Work!
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
and straighten you up by morning or
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
son's Liver Tone to people who have
found that this pleasant, vegetable, liv
er medicine takes the place of danger
ous calomel. Buy one bottle on my
sound, reliable guarantee. Ask your
druggist or storekeeper about me. Adv.
'T'hey tell Inc That Perks was ar
rest tod t 1 y benuse he drowned his
dlog in Ilhe river," said lBurns.
"I ltv coul they arrest him for
dIrowning at dog in the river?" demand
"Why, They eiatul that a sunken
mrk obstructed navigation."
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GIOVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it Is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 6o cents.
Not Like Home.
'IiI bright boy in khaiki was dilating
filn the woes of army life.
"Yhs." he said to his old mother, "we
don't get muc'h int the way of fancy
14<5 is, or anything like that. Our caUmp
f ook's aill right on stews and soup, but
he ('11iL't go beyond them. The other
dlay you know, when I went back, I
oak a neumb!1er with me that I was
ning to share with one or two of the
iiiys. I g:ve it to the cook a:ndi asked)
hiin to0 get it really for us, ant win
d'yom think he did wilh it? Put it in
theo oven atnfl hl it."
.c l4m'or boy:!" :subl the f'ondl moth
ca. ".\ pit y I couldn't have been there
to hmk af1ter you. 1'l have boiled it
lov'ely for'l yon !"
Girls! Make beauty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try iti
,S'jllee he .ille* of two lemonts inito
ablit t'le conit: iin In~ ihree ounces of
orchard 1vliite, shake well, and you
live at quarter pint of the best freckle
n11i1t Iin lotilon, 21111 com11plexioni beau
ti tier, a1t very, very small cost.
Your groce'r 1has the lemons and any
drug stor'e or toile't counter will supply
three Ounces ofC orchard'( white for a
ft'w cents. Massaigt this swveetly fra
granlmt lotion into theii falce, neck, armIIs
a 2nd hands each dlay and1( sec how
freckles and( blemishes disappear' and
how cleari, soft a1111 white the skin be
comens. Yes! It is harmnless. Adv.
An illuminating Postcard.
A younI ig girl ofL ileb~hln unee'stry
nehh11'vId 122n asC 1 21 a ( letress in Lon
d1111. h"eelinhg It' necessitIy, however,
(If a1 rest fr'om her lab~ors, she wrote to
her unicle, a pollic. sergeant of a coun
try village, aiskinug him if she mnight
comeI and1 stamy with him11 tol rtcuiperalte.
She ('nded0 her'1 not t' :'"'leatse sendic n I'.
C. to fay f I maily comec."
A (fwlays latecr her1'12 lnladly rulshedl
uplstaiirIs wih an1 aiwest rlcken counI
girl dlescendted withI an1 Oioios feel
lng at her hleart, salys London Tit-hits.
"IIyullealse, Iiiss," Said~ the stolid
being w~ho cnfr1'1onIled heri, cycintg her
wIth stern dhisapprovali, "'I'ml the P'. (.
whait y'ou ask1edl your uncle to Send,
but I maly as well tell you straight
awiay as l'm a respi~ectabl ni'112Prie
inanll. Your unclt's iprepalred to take
you ini If you1're wIillhlag to Inuake your~i
self ulseful-feed Ithe ipig, clean his~ of
fIce, and1( the two cells."
Anything to Comfort.
"I w'ouldnl't gieve-. 51) abou1t your1 boly
goIn g io wa r'."
"'It Is dreadful ; I can't hear' lhe
"I know, but you rememcnber that If
he~ stalyed homie het mlight Inake it Iintoc
his head to marri'1y someiU girml you~ ha
no( useO for'."
Conversation in the Smart Set.
-MIss Binkley-And so you irefe
mlotorinig to r'idinmg!
Mtrs. Blnnkley-Oh, ev'er so 11UL
We 1ran over'l ai silly (11d w~omanit yCil
fordah~y, and1( do you know, I wasn't
Force of Practice.
"Th'lat sin1gert knows how to manilage
"She' oulght to know. She used to hi
"I am afrinnd our bulldog has a twise
in his ped~gree."
"Don't worry, It is only his soee
TO FORM RESERVE
PENDING BILL WOULD CO-ORDI
NATE EFFORTS OF PEOPLE
SKILLED IN SCIENCE.
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark the
Progress of South Carolina People,
Gathered Around the State Capital.
1)r. James A. Hayne, secretary of
the state board of health, has receiv
td a letter from the surgeon general of
the United States, inclosing a copy
of a bill recently referred to the com
mittee on interstate and foreign com
merce to establish a reserve corps of
the public health service of the Uni
ted States and to co-ordinate there
with and utilize the state, county and
municipal organizations ai.d other
persons skilled in science. Dr. Hayne
heartily commends the bill and says
he will write to representatvies from
South Carolina in congress, urging sup
port of the bill. The health olTicer
ain( funds for safeguarding civilian
health as well as health of the soldiers
in South Carolina during the war."
The explanation of the proposed leg
islation as given in the argument with
the bill is as follows:
1. Purpose of proposed legislation.
-(a) Create machinery whereby gov
ernment can instantly attack civilian
epidemics which threaten to spread to
(b) Augments of existing agencies
for the collection of morbidity reports.
(e) Permits sanitation under fed
oral direction or areas in contighity to
(d) Maintains the fabric of civil
ian health institutions and correlates
them with those of general govern
2. Necessity for proposed legisla
tion--(n) Public health service too
::mall to cover the entire field.
(b) State's health agencies have
no authority outside of their own
e- This fight must be won by the
nation, not by the individual states;
1 erefore, the state health bodies must
work as a harmonious pa rt of the na
(d) Maintenance of civilian health
of vital importailce In order that the i
government may call healthy men to
the color:,, and in order that the pro
ductive resoure:s of the nation may
i contie tuninterrupted by disease.
(e) This legislation meet; with the
entire approval of the exec-utives of
the state boards of health.
3. What the proposed legislation
does.--(a) Provides an elastic organ
ization which may be immediately ex
panded to meet a given need.
(bI An economical plan, as size of
organization ,may be i.mimed iteIly re
duced when the needs for it has
(- ) hBrings into the service of the
United States as an a1(1 to military
oper-at ions a body of highly tr-ained
sanitaiains whlo would other-wise be
unavailable1 for militaryv dumty.
(d) iDoes not ini any way interfere
wvithI trollmient foi- the stictly miili
tary arms of the government.
(c) Permuits the utilization of high
ly t rained non-medical sanitarians,
such as sanitai-y engineers, etc.
(f) Precedent for the plan in the -
reset-ve corps of the army and~ navy.
Labor Solicitors Law Abidlng.
An oplinion was given~ by Claude N.
Sapp. assistant attot-ney general, ad
vising I". H-. Weston, district attorney,
that agents of the J. 0. WVhite Engi
neering Company wete within theli
rights to solicit labor in this state.
The company is now engaged in the
executioni of a contract for the- fed
eratl government of much magnitude
alt H-ampton Roads, this being the
erectiotn of a big dock. Citation of
authority by which the state's power
to regulate or prescribe the condi
tionis under- which corporations may
be permnitted to condultct their business
is limited .,readls:
"The only limitation upotn tils pow.
or of the state to excludle a foreign
corporationi fronm doing business with
in its limits, or, hir-ing officers for
that put'pose, or to enact conditions
for allowing the corporation to (1o
business or lir- offices ther-e, arises
w'here the corporation i-, in the enm
ploy of the feder-al govet-rnent, or
whet-e its business is strictly comn
mecrce, interstate or foreIgn. The con
truol of stuch commerce being in the
federal government Is not to be re
str--ted by state authlor'ity."
Two representatives of the company
were recentdly arreated 'for' the solici
tation of labior for the Hampton Road4
contract in Orangebur-g and Sumter.
Some South Carolina Crops.
Tt is estImated that. South Carolina
wvill produce this year 56,400,000
Pounds of tobacco as against 20,280.
00 pounds last year.
South Carolina .le expectedl to pro
du1ce fr-om ten to fifteen million more
bushels of corn this year- than she did
Irish Potatoes have gained in popu
larity this year In South Carolina.
Way over a million bushels of this
crop are expected. The state didn't
produce amlyways near a million bush
els last year.
Brown Visits Mill Schooit.
George I). Brown, Jr.. mill school
supervisor, is at work to got addi
tional mnill schools to operate under
the compulsory school law. About
one-third of the mill children are now
being btnelited by this law. The
fact that the age limit of the child
labor law and the compulsory school
law are the same will make it easier
than ever to operate mill schools un
der the comjopulsory school law, says
the mill school supervisor.
Mr. Drown goes this week to mal
ufacturing centers in the upper part
of the state vith the view of organiz
ing part tile and continuation
schools under the Smith-Hughes act,
which act makes available $5,000 for
Part time and continuation schools
may be organized in textile centers
by allowing pupils between 14 and 18
years of age to undertake some school
work. Mr. Brown nlits written all mill
presidents and superintendents as . A
"lRemembering your former courte
sies and helpful co-operation. I am
venturing to write you concerning ad
ditional forward steps.
"At this critical time, as you. well
know, more efficient and fewer labor
ers must do your work. Better schools
will be and should be your recruiting
ground. There is more lost motion
in your schools on account of irregular
and non-attendance than for any other
cause. These two great evils para
lyze the school. The operation of the
compulsory school law in many mill
villages in the state solved the prob
lem of irregular and non-attendance.
"If you are interested in this move
ment among mill villages of the state
we will be pleased to mail you a copy
of compulsory school law, petitions for
adoption of same, and render in per
m or otherwise an yassistance you
may deem desirable.
"The mill operatives themselves are
heartily in favor of compulsory school
attendance where they impose it upon
themselves and where there are ade
quate school facilities. You mill men
have gone on record, time and again,
as favoring such a law. On account
of the operation of the compulsory
school attendance law in mill sectins
of South Carolina. ,so far as we are
able to learn. not a single family has
moved from the villages, not a single
prosecution has been brought, and Iii
not a single place has the operation
of the law been discontinued. In view
>f these facts, together with the fact
that the age limit of the compulsory
school law is the same as the age limit
of the state and federal labor law, 14
years. we request that you give this
matter your careful consideration.
"In my opinion the time is at hand
when the part time school and tho
continuation school should have a
place in the educational system of the
state. If you are interested. .the of.
fire will be glad to co-operate with
McMaster Quits State Office.
P . ii. MeMaster. state insuranco
omnmiss!oner, said he will not stand
for re-election at the expiration of the
persent term. He did not indicate
hat position will engage his atten
In. Concerning his proposed retire
ent, he said:
"Circumstances somewhat compel
e to announce to the people of South
arolina that I will not offer for re
lection to the office of Insurance
ommissioner at the expirat ion of, my
resent term. My successor wvill be
eected b~y tile general assembly when
t next meets. Within th'e past 48
ours I htave dlecided to accept an of
fer to engage in an entirely different
ine of work-not connected wvith in
mriiance--whichi gives much greater
romise of making old age comfort
ible than my pr-esent position. And
hile it is a high privilege to serve
he pteople in official station yet just
s valuable service may be done in
private life. So I have dlecided to re
New Enterprises Authorized.
The Dovenville Gin Company of
Dovesville, Dar-lingtoni counlty, was
chatered, the capital stock b~eing
The Buffalo Millinig Company of Be
thune, Kershaw county, was also char
tered. The capital stock is $6,000.
A c-ommissionl was issuedl for the
Commercial Barber Shop of Colum
lant. The proposed capital stock is
$3,000 and the petitionlers prop~ose tc
onoduct a cigar and newvs stand i
conelc(tionl with the shop1.
The Fort Prince Spinning Company
of Wellford was charteredl, the capi
tal stock of this new enterprise being~
A charter was also issued for the
Williamsburg Publishinlg Company o1
Kingstr-ee. A newspaper is to be pubn
lished and a general printing businest
conducted. The capital stock is $2,
Application was made by the Sati
Timber Corporation of Virginia foi
A commission was issuedl to tho
Jones-Poole Mule Company of Gaff
ney. The proposedl capital stock Ii
The Canmpe Amusement Company
with Augusta, Ga., as its prineipal
place of business, was commissioned
The proposed capital stock is $2,000
A charter was issued for the WVil
lams-Hut Ron Lumber Company o0
Hardeeville, Beaufort county, the cap
Ital stock t~f which is $2,000.
'A charter was also issued for th<
Elloree Live Stock O6hnpany of El
oree. The capital stock of this nes
eminepri is $10,00. -
Many Women in this Condition Re
gain Health by Taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Convincing Proof of This Fact.
Ridgway, Penn. - "I suffered from female
trouble with backache and pain in my side for over
seven months so I could not do any of my work. I
was treated by three different doctors and was
getting discouraged -when my sister-in-law told me
how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had
helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my
health, so I now do all of my housework which is
not light as I have a little boy three years old."
-Mrs. 0. M. RIIINES, Ridgway, Penn.
Mrs. Lindsey Now Keeps House For Seven.
Tennille, Ga.-"I want to tell you how much I have been benefited
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. About eight years ago I
got in such a low state of health I was unable to keep house for three in
the family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold feet and hands nearly
all the time and could scarcely sleep at all. The doctor said I had a
severe case of ulceration and without an operation I would always
be an invalid, but I told him I wanted to wait awhile. Our druggist
advised my husband to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and it has entirely cured me. Now I keep house for seven and work
in the garden some, too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I feel
as though it saved my life and have recommended it to others and
they have been benefited".-Mrs. W. E. LINDSEY, R. R.3, Tennille, Ga.
If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Pinklam Medi
cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence.
WFith full electric
$395 Buys Saxon Roadster'
Greatest Automobile Value Ever Offered
Never has there been an automobile value that can
compare with this. Just stop and figure up all that you
get for $395.
First and foremost, full electric equipment (Wagner
2-unit type starting and lighting system); high-speed Con.
tinental motor; demountable rims; 30 inch by 3 inch tires;
3-speed transmission; Hyatt quiet bearings; Fedders honeycomb radi- 4
ator; smart stream-line body; Atwater-Kent ignition system; cantilever
type vanadium steel springs of extra length and strength; Schebler
carburetor; dry plate clutch and twenty further features of costly car
quality. Price, now, $395, f. o. b. Detroit. Saxon "Six" $935, f. o. b.
Saxon Motor Car Corp., Detroit
See your local dealer NOW or write to us direct.
Responsible representatives wanted in all open territory.
On Writing Letters. Lf hmOtie
"I was told by Capt. Harry Light the "hee re ou manrsr
other day," writes a Canadian majorakdte rsybsnesmno
"that there Is a new style ini trenchstagrwouceonulyuhe
letters. The censor's dluties haveInohspiae0c.
been reduced by mnany per cent. Thue IlftemotIthnui oic"
soldier now has the sense of the situ1-aswrdteItealdwhe
ation engrained in his thlnklng. lie WSI~~t ytoo he fyu
sees through the need of keepi~ng quietimuntcek"
even on matters that call for some-________
criticism. There Is more humor and Teacetprywo(u'e on
matter-of-factness about his letters,.nte"etesx vdnl ee
One of my men wiho canm't write v'ery ~'tW8~ agi~one uh
well, was telling me the other day that
one letter a week is all that he can Acrigt rts iue h
summon up his courage to write, and wr~' osnpino e ssedl
lhe gave this as a reasod: 'The PeopleInrai.
at home don't, can't understand life -
here. We have got to go thr'cg I oughit
Why tease them with anxIeties-they noptte dgaioFtuncSc
have opmoughi to put up with In pac- eadcl-alru on rlsigfeho
fists and political grumblers.' And Iwilfd
thInk he is right. Don't you?"ft ,
The production of nitrogen from theri s
air in Germany, wvhich was only 30,000stacanbid ptefgigeere.
tons In 1013, has bceen so successfuil-___
that 800,000 tons were so produced In
1010, nnd it Is expected that 320,000 K Z E A
wvill be produced this year. According
to the Frankfurter Zeitung, the cost is Mnybmcwtotqeto
only six cents a kilogram. tcteto Th CEA
Sure. 6ca rgito ietfo
Hu~sbang1-The agent saidl that thkRis hrsMlieCe SeuuTa
cnr was easy.
WIfe-Ue must have got you and the
cr mixed. wrm
An apparatus operatedl by com-IL TO C
pressed air, recently Invented, literally
blows ice cream from m1olds.Sodor4yer.orMlraCtI
When Your Eyes Need Care ~Es3t
TyM rnEeR eedy. . HALTB, O 8-07