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Ugh! C(omeI Sici
Pleas Try Dl
I am sincere! My med.
and bowels so you
Yo're hlllous ! Your liver is slug
gish ! YOU feel lazy, dizzy ard all
ktWknc ed out. Your heaid Is- iull, your
tongu 1' cointed; breIiath latl; stomach
6Ou' anti howevls constIpnted. ; ut
don't take so lIvatlag (nlloinel. It makes
you sick ; you tony lost' n day's work.
Calonirl is tct 4ry or quicksilver,
which enUsets neer. s of the bones.
Cltomel (r)e linii' SOUl' 1be like
dynnmite. trc'akir' it up. 'lhat's when
you feec that awful x inusen und cramp
If ,von Want to enfjoy the nicest, gen
tisl liver a nd1 liou'el cleansing you
ever iXeterlenct'rl just take a spoonful
of harniless lI edscon's 1.1ver Tone to
night. Your druewir or denier sells
you n bottle of I joil .on's Liver ''one
for a few cents under my personal
money-harp: gua rnntee thu t each spoon
Not in it Often, Anyhow.
Tumu--WVelI, durling, I have seen
.our fitther n a ithe ha gI von his cou
Grace---lIe aprliov%'- of love in t cot
TI~oin-Nt; but lie s0' that a girl
who ~iminit~OS t;: mnehu tme gt gottingl; atnd(
motoring ii '3 you do reully has not
muclh need of a hioine.
l"rosr is on tIhe ieuinpkin, the foci
der's in the shiock, and soon the pilu-.
ber's htiuner w ill knock, knock,
Yager's Liniment is excel
lent, for any kind of pain or
conge:;t)ion. It quickly re
lieves backache tnd rheu
iatic ptins, and is it splen,
did remedy for Neuralgia,
cii ica, chcst, i'ains, sprains,
ti ains, swellings and en
ept a bottle in your home for
m-secncica --- you ni ver c: t It
whns you will recquire sniething
af t burl.
3c Per lot1 AT ^'11.
1? h bttl!e cntt'ii moirC thain the
uj~ .50l cent bottle1. of Iutnt.n
GILBERT BROS. & CO.
Rairly Jerse'y and Charleston Waketteld Sueces
By e XjIsl4; 6i0 $1.00; I,AJ0, $1I0 ; 5,000, at SI 25*
10.00 u p itt *1.00. Fi. 0. 11. I I h. Deliverel
Pat i'el Poi' td li0, :i50 ; I ,000), $1.75.
D. F. JAMIISON, SUMMERVILLE, S. C.
OUR BOYS IN FRANCE AND
Wel tact, on thle firing liIno repretsent
the- ixa our Arneuricano you th. line lai
fout of our boys iat homnei was sh. k.re
jeeted I'enue of physk-aI delieiency.
IManv tilt's the kddidev vwre to bhirnie.
If we wvtmb to pretvent Ahi aige (omling
enl teoo~ mn. or if w.e. u~ in to inresei
onr1 climes for ni ion, :1t. 1r. P'!orce of
thie ciur'!ciil instiitte Iluna,. N. Y., saiys
thant you thoul rih ph-uity of wateri
daily het wicen urn:,l. Trhen procurne at
y'ou r neat est dri '. t, r Anuarie (double
stirengith). Tit'An-,u-rb. drIves the uric
acid out and curen badaejc and rhecuma
hif we wish to 10.0p our hkbrney. in the
best i0t,11'lii0 n d et of mnilk aind'..ege
taibles, wO Lh enliy 0'lile no., once a day,
Is (I'thitost itullcbh.. Tirink plenity of
pure water, take A rur i ihre times a day
for a muonth.
Step into the drug store andl ask for
Aturie fi:0 cents a patocige) or senid Dr.
Pierce 10n for trhalc ,k g. A nuri'. inrany
times more poten t'iha a lithht, often elm-.
Innties uric achi as hit water molts su
gar. A short trial w'ill conivinace you.
es neaorCfa Fci
Lewi~aer Ode- g
odson's Liver Tone
cine does not upset liver
lose a day's work.
ful will clean your siiugglsh liver bet
ter than a dose of nasty calonel und
that it won't make you sick.
Dodson' Liver Tone is real llive
medcllne. You'll know it next mori
lng because you wilk wake up feeling
tine, your liver will be working, you
headacho and dizziness gone, you
stotnacl will be sweet and your bowel
regular. You will feel like working
you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirel.
vegetable, therefore harmless and cani
not salivate. Give it to your children
Millions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous cabo
mel now. Your druggist will tell yo;
.1that the sale of calomel is aluosi
stopped entirely here.-Adv.
Method in His Madness.
A story brought from Carmip Funs
ton, says the tKainsais City Star:
young draft soldier paced the parad.
ground almne. Stoopalug siuddenly in
piCked up a small block of wood, stud
led it a maouent, aid ('last it aside will
the renaark : "'That ain't it." Walk
ing fuith Ii e, he stooped and brought up
a scrap of pa per, Scanned It, and
threw it away, again saying: "'That
:ain't It." A thirdl pause a minubt
luter brought his attentlon to a cigar
ette stub, b ut closer scrutiny brough1t
the saane rejection, "Pht ain't it."
Ills captain stood within hearing,
watching the draft soldier closely. it
was apparent the (.youn.g mnan's tnen.
talIty was wavering. The guard was
called, and the patient was sent to the
hiosprail. 'Tli' next day the captain
vent to the hospital with the patienit's
disclan rage pm pers. On Ihel' delivery
the suff'erer held the papers up to the
lIght, examitned then loeey, and then
Have you ever used MOTlltiVS JOY
SALVE for Cchis, coughs, Croup and
'neutnonai , Asthma, ant i Head Ca
tarra't If you haven't get it at once.
It will cure you.-Adv.
"This moton picture producer has:
the right Idea."
"I lowv is thant?"
"1 le mttiakes the fI'to~ lmg :ianOtntc
eit'nt to th lo public 'I'he Pc's used by
our co~i,'nldn:is in jotinag catch other
art' not re'al I l''s. We avrte iSpi . Mr.
Whenever You Need a Ceneral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tastels
chill T'onic is equally valuable as a Gen.
eral Tonic because it containls the will
ksnown toniic properties oi QUININE? and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drnives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whol8 Sstem. 60 cents.
A good't inian.\ "wn I lho get cr'edIi
for be ig cli is, moth ed are ian real it y
too lazy to talk.
Beltter late atan never--except ui
the railway staitlon.
Acid stomuach, I 1(artburni and Nausee
qu icikly dis~papp v. nih theo us of wVright's
lindian vt. getableIPin. hu'nd for trial boi
to 872 i'eari st., N..w York. Adv.
P opular muisle Ia proibaly so-cail let
heem'is~e It sooni becois unpopuhlar.
A SOUTH CAROLINA WOMAN
Newv Broo0(kiiand, S. I.--" I had a
huriitlng tunder miy right shlt ertli blaidi
also a very*, severe cough witIh pa111in
my rIght slie. My hban .ad had1( foul
diitYer'ent dloctors for mae ad none11 0:
I hiem i m e aniy good. Someo said I hat
'onsutli l on anid otheir~st said I wouih
haive to have an1 opertionh~. I was.' dowi
--untale. to sit tip from2 the liirst 0
April to about the lait ai' art of Sep
t embenr-and( was ntothi. ugit a lIIvi
skceletoin. IF inal ly I took Dr )i. I erce'
thc''ant P'elhets. \\'hien I ha:1
taakeni ''IA bottle of the' I )iscovery'
coul sit upj for an hour at an time ai
when'a I laid taikeun three bot tles I cot
dlo liy coo'klng and tendl to the chil
dien. I took fottrteen Ibott les In stM
(esitlon and wva~ then in good heailtl
Weighted 17T f. p.ounads." -- MRS. 'i5
D)011N, New TB'ronk1and. S. C.
D)r. ileree's tAlensuant Il'ellets are th
orilgial little Liver P'ill. One for
iaxative'-thiree for a cathiarti".---Adi
Write now for our
ce Lists and Market Reports on
F'URS AND HIDES
e are the Largest and Leading
yers of All Kinds of Hides and
irs in these sections.
r iuearly sixty years we have
~en thousands of Fur and Hid.
IPpers entire satisfaction.
WE CHARGE NO COMbIISSION
I9WAKNMG OP Thas WICUITS MIAKs
*TAWDARD .t EXCELLSN.:
SATA OOGA a4nI my"Eai
Wilt Not Allow Sunday reighte.
Thy South Carolina' railroad cor.
mission is unalterably opposed to pro
mliscuous operation AY freight trains
On Sundays in South Carolina. This
opinlon wats given in reply to Jacob
S. Schirmer & Sons of (harleston,
who advised that the Georgia commis
sion had granted an order admitting
full operation of freights on Sunday
to relieve tli congested freioght traffic
condition;. The answer from the
south Carolina commisniotl reads:
"The commission is in receipt of
your letter of November 5, relative to
the operation of freight trains on Sun
"In rcpiy We bog to advise thatt the
0mmits au is unaln iously opposed to
ho pro)miscuous running of freight
rains on the Sabbath day. Further
nore the law of South Carolina pro.
3ludes the possibility of .this board is
uting such an order as you suggest."
The railroad commission has fixed
he laxilumtti spoed of passenger
rains at. -10 miles an hour over the
eaboard Air Line's new extension be
wern (harteston and Savannah. Tho
ni xeitn te red of freighIt trains was
i kewise fixed at 31) miles an hour. This
ming is to he observed until the com'
,ieon has made an inspection of the
ciadbcdt. which is to be made in the
cry near future.
The Vestern Union management at
rangehurg was instructed by the
ommttisi5on to deliver all messages to
artites within the one and one-half
i rialits of the office, as required
y t t ules of the cotmmis.ioi.
t'eptt'laint from the gencral travel
I ptbile induced the comnifissionl to
- the Atlantic Coast Line to rem
iy .the conditions Ineidtnt to much
;ay of train No. 53. Delay causes
itch disruption of local traffic be.
vern ('olumbia and local points to
ard Charleston. It is probable that
It romnmnsion will insist on an extra
ali to handle this local tralfic unless
ntliiitns re improved.
>uth Carolina Crop Report.
A summary of the November crop +
port for the Stats of South Carolina
compiled by tho Bureau of Crop
;tltntas (and transntitte(i through
e Weather Bureau), U. S. Depart. 4
;'nt. of Agriculture, is a; follows:
Corn----i'roduct ion this y. ar, 43,900,
0 bushels; l:tst year. ID)e'eeher osti
tte. 3?,6008i.I 00r bushels. .
\Wheat - This yeat', 1,3;'a0) hus'hels;
=t ye ar, I ).'re m her e.ti tal e, ; 21;,000
Oat r. -This your, 5.250,000 btshels; t
.t y ear, Deacembher estinato, 9,000.
Tobacco --- This ye",r, 5Y.00,00t)
Fnds, last year, )ecemher estimate,
i'tatoe --h 'l'his y.ri, lI.l0 0i0 bush
l; last year. l'"inc mt'. r . i t et, 750,
Y. et. i)otar."t 's 1Ti :.' ;l :.0)I0,000(.
t h;ats. l:ust ) ea:r. D -. a , t s .timate' i
plot. ': b sh illti t;r:' a.-i
\11 ha} 'I t . y.:.: . ;1 tull -o>;
.l . + . : r " .' ii' .", 4u0 ,000
A s i ul :' r T
.iit' ' .ri MIJdir 1, i ''bis ears
S urreis .f : -,it 1.; last year,
be 1 s:'iat l'.. G.9 b r e
.veram r. i oi I ie n er 1ithie
'i t- secdehe avefre ost
ovember I last :year:'
Whl''. , 203 and 179140 - e ts~ he ush
.Crn. 200 and I12. Oats, 114 and
- '41'L:.I', 214 and lil6. !hay, $19.20
ii .$1ilif per torn. C otton, 27.3 and
e. 'ths per poutnd. l'ags, 41 atnd 29
anvass for Library Boo!<s.
N')v4.nbier is library month for the
'-ilaWngei schtools oIf the stato and!
tiring lhot time etfort is being made
C) Iuply the 25.000 -school children
h? ui ' etali'1 lir-arty Isook a. The gen
reul planm is:
"iT .,:tblish a ilbrav-y, l t~ther the
tUi do(4) te or the friends-i of the
10 hoo rise $ 10, then 90ish n- of t.he
.1tisa~ ,'iv4 $10, ther 'outy bj'lgard of4
Itt Ii't0 I!0 and thu state depart-.
4 b t4VIh' mill or raisel by 0r~vate
3Alb.' trip1ion may be ilarger. but lpub
l 'hoo i'T'er are lltmi.p41 to thet
hun atl'laved't by Ia wV.
"T 4)-.:a r.' - ;1 ihr'a y. 'ah hert t he
itll dce'Ib', or' the frienrds of the
'itcro; niso ;5. I he dIis'rlet si li lies $5
nI th 114'ttate $5.
"'T'aasply suppliementry read :ng,
r'm ha)II. distrleci funds, or ralise by siub
.r:idt on any amtotifa~ from $5 to $25,
lao "iunty' gives an~ eiltad amount and
he stk a lu rthier amount.
"I l&pOsil the money with the4 'oun'ty
Lrcrn t).r and requen112t I'o unty noeer
Yi'InIdent. of education to make aippli
:'ion for county and state money.
Statc ltirary list of books can be so
'ured from the county superintendent
The Artny and Navy Il'quipment Co.
af Spartanburg was commlssionemd. the
propcaed ca(pital stock hbeing -$5,000.
'etitionlern are Nathan .D). Lovy and
Thoe Charlestona Hide and Junk Com-.
linny of Charleoton was 'hartered, the
c'apital st'lk beintg $10,000. Officers
tire: Dambney Yarbor~ough, president;
Mrs. I.'abney .Yarborough, secretary.
Hetyy'. Knight & Son, tac., commuis
then rMarchants in Kenltucky, applied
M4r dotntitcat ion papers ,'iving their
itl Carolina headtartera as 0o
AUTOMBLE TAX :r
MAKES NEAT SUM
LICENSE FEES HAVE PASSED THE
$110,000 MARK--MANY NEW
'OISPATCES FROI COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark the t
Progress of South Carolina People,
Gathered Around the State Capital.
MaJ. R. G. Thomas, head of the engi
neering department of the Citadel, was
alected chairman of the state highway
commission, to succeed Maj. J. Monroo
Johnston, nOW In France command- ,
ing the battalion of South Carolina )
Engineers, a unit in tho Rainbow I)!. I
Thomas W. Cothran of (roenwood.
who was appointed a member of the t
comnission by-Governor Manning two
days ago, attended the moottng of the
In the morning session the commis
sion heard .1. K. Blrce!:n and J. E.
Kelly. county supervisor of Clar'endont I
county, who presented a project to "
build a bridge over the Santee river
beitwceeu Clarendon and Orangebhurg
At an early meeting of the ponni .
lon, rep)resentutives of various coutl
ties in that section of the state' wi!! h.
asked to appear before the commission :
for a general (liscussion of this '-)
posed crossing. A member of ti
(ommnission said that the greatest iee
in South Carolina, apparutly. 1t fii t
bridges across rivers. "Few state iigit
ways can be built or even on tti,':01l
without involving -the problem oft rv' S'
crossing," he continued. Tte (ii' s
tion is one that must be giveit through
consideration and ultitaata:ly disipoa'd ;
IDuring the aftornon,u the atnnu'a i re- th
port of the commission, which his to n
be submitted to the gentera! assemldy
in January, was road and 11 eli( s-eUil. .(
ihe report goes into evetry pht a-ir PR
the commission's aetivititles (miring
the year. Figures in the Ighway otice a
showed that 41, 65 miii Jlitmbiles had hi
been registered in ,out h (Carolinua. The
inCOmeC fr'om tith i- tn-:in l th mta- !;l
(hhinesi was $1 1(',778.4t Ant average
of 100 ap)licat:ons ior liceet's are
being made dally. which are new mou
chines. The highway coiulsslon will
probably moot again about Nov. 25.
Senate Committee inspects Clemson,
agrh:nit1ural1 (o n -",1U + .: t t u;e sn h
ol(rina te~h s e tw da:ys t
I)art.n Si . Tih y wt r-. on t h a ij i e r.
itnu-t fr m t the . r a:-isn- tee ,
. amnt~l. till ' ib y ii'ft. lt're a e r d: .
lug visi fls ~ii iowe 115:b cii i rg' the
A ijthe. ' v e . mo igte iitr
wih h alt of aten stereitcon.ere.
vo eatrl. ((insfit. int qe~ve de
tailof:n tea- nithui in c oduoct.
I ig fthe .tono hedenig ox.
izliniu Che lnenwrs. ri o h
* rAt wthk he exis.tol. J. (111g.
Whaon W'of ans couinty, o he
enntecommittearitur:m a the time
thing ofd the hitoreof t ho honing ofth
emon anud i wc h tok iard
mosti omlimary slte ars o the
olonel Whorton has cae imannfath
duced, andh il he por tted hl to thet
* 'rig ac. I1 Wiartnl .\in Jonun. I
. hi. Ma.nning J. J.d dEvianst thd ch-ol
iud- Stai ofr Cherokee.'niv~~ 'a
. ii.s hard h e unebyrivialo
fhihi schools.111 ha preare hs anal
x iiIIS ilt rlaseblyon January.rlap.
pii1 ' is Mr. laddeinav.heshol'
-Onew of ' he fstt reisit "nor n) I
-h rie oa (athwrk. Th :1e od nlawsl
hte' osayes, h e eenmaed by trivnil
lym'ndet am the oeu~nsmres us arge
"in in that law." oadso eu
eof thir- (eiiitesfoery two
Yervingd thstatthen hboargs is
the romovaler te ofie fsuern
Sendentar rmte el Chrltisha
tfharoffic man ompaed y of m aol
f7oth apns chrmrdwera itai sug
geof $2,s0 Othaeount ars f M.du.n
wellon sersixt W yar ith the terms
y~ears and tha-. t~ iheards seet
Ornwell P~uerand Coan o wieau
fot proascheredt capital sto'cki 00
of $25,t000. Offt'cor are: W.. iart
ledg, Mctesidnt Jo. W.n Varn Wipos
denton and . 1 M..ich ron s ea
temlatd.Pettior are J.I/ t
Atet Conte is l5Phuid Dtaoli S
d ALGOJIOL-3 PER OBNT.
similatingheFood ibyRegata- -
; tnglue toacsandaikW~tSd e
M ' +ifnl.NOT NAuso'ne
Constipation and Diarrhoea,
and Feverishness aIu
Loss OF SLEEP
ac-simhie Signature o!
' Ggrrva G oHPA
Exact Copy Of Wrapper. Y1
Cantonment Road Building.
A. record-breaking piece of road- Jolt
)til(ling recently was completed in ('XCUt
:Oinectiun with the army cantonment he w
it I)Iisville, says an exchange, which teach
"'his is one of the few miliary es- Jol
abliiShnments that have built perma- I hat
icut roads. In 63 working days the want
ontractor completed 03,300 square it wa
-mards of Trinidad asphaltic concrete
dighmway aild on a concrete base, or Dr.
tlout six miles of road 18 feet wale. origir
ille of the road was over a four- a8'O. I
(ot tll, and linmeliaiely upon its
ompletion a triitlle count showed that Itai
W.O0 vehicles Passed over It within
he first hour. Most of thest- vehicles
vere intillr tirulcks and wagons.' cariry
ng loatiS of froim Oi(- to five tois. ThIe
ccurd . . . is all the more remarklable
o view of the fact that it was neces
aury to haul and1 crush all the stone
isetl in the work."
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
mas been a household panacea all over CA
he clvili!ed world for more than half
cli tury for constipation, Intestinal
roulde".s, torpid liver and tihe generally
b'Innsed'l tech tig I hat accompanies
thit disorders. It is a most valuablo
Oinedy for Iidigestion or nervous dys
-lmia ad liver trouble, bringing on
e~alache, comning oif up food, palplita-lUI
on of heart aind manny other syimp
rums. A few (doses of August Flower -~
ill immedIately relieve you. It Is a
ently laxative. Ask your druggist.
old In all civillzed countries.--Adv. ~
Two little girls were pi:mying togeth.
'i. Said one litile girl:
"My fithler owns all the houses in
lhe w(orbi, iand iiy rlot her has ai mih
Ion dIamonds." de. aet
Thle othier little girl eyedl her ABS(
hi umghut fully, for ma
"Well, I've got on a red dress," shelrgi
(Comnplete sileince on the~ part of the ieaitr <
irst litl gil T1here was nothing W.F.Y(
n~ore int he suid.~-'
Easy to Rid Home
of Rats and Mice
There la no need or suffering from tho
lepredntions oft raietactn ini e now that a
ite:i r1$' Paste is ireadiy obtainable at
ilealy everiy st'o. A suin i box of tia~
ffective extermIina'tor costs only 35 D'is
.enIttand is uisuaily sulel<i:nt to corn
.3.:etly id the~ house, store or barn of rta PGI
m,! rAiw-e. Tihe' U. 5. ioverunent hua mfati
>oz t th'uIs id of pou nds of Stoar'ns' IPinkg
t'e for. 4 us i tis where rataI and A i~
niue are5 Lkat ifuli. Th'e Pu st0 is aihol
riliient in desiroyling cock roaches and( sO
water'buos. Adv. Hasi
. - am~
Knew It Was Comingr. ,I~
Wife (ringis; uetter)--WeVlI, I de
elarit'! I ler'e's .111)o Brow , tmIhat I[ used
to know comie back fronti Ithe Wecst
with a fortune.
I iub---W'ell, go on ! I'm walting.
WIfe-Wuiltinsg for' what?
[lub---lor you to thbrow up to mne Sold
that youn tiighit lhave maierried him. ai
$100 Reward, $100 W. N.
Catarrh is a local disease greatly influ- """"
enced by constitutional conditIons. It
therefore i-eq uires constitutional treat
ment. HA1.1 IS CATA LRRH MEEDICINE D
Is taken Internally and acts through the arit
BloodJ on the Mucous $iurfaes of the Sys
torn. H-ALLA'S cATrAnRRH MEDICINgI turtti
1105ti-oys the foundatIon of the disease "O1
gives the patIent strength by Improving
the general health and asslsta nature in hued
doIng Its work. $100.00 for any case of ology
Catarrh that HAL.J'S CfATIARRU
MED)ICINE' fails to cure. smal
Druggtsts 75c. Testimnonlals free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
hlawali Ihas two miounitainsi each 14,- Itr
000 feet hIgh. nt
ainoys others and hurt. you,. lleve throt '
irrltation and tickling, and et t of coughs, ia
colds and 'hoarseness by king at once
r Infants and Ohfld~ro,"
thers Know That
3 OEifAUR sopa Ny NW 1pymt.
inny was a typical boy, and full of'
es for any wrongdoing. One day
histled aloud in school and his
er asked how he luppened to do
nny said : "I--I-didn't mean to.
a little hair in my mouth and I
'd to push It out ; I dildn't know
s going to make any noise."
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
arlittle liver pills put up 4) years
'hoy regulate liver and bowels. Ad.
y's 1916 olive crop reached 1,
O tOns .
;old At Once
'he old family remedy---in tablet
.rm-afe, sure, easy to take. No
plates -no unpleasant after effects.
'ures colds in 24 hours--drip in 3
y,. Lory hack 'f itfails. Get the
?enuiirc bo: with
Sed Top at d Mrt
24Tblet. fr 25c.tId~
JAt Any Drug Store
- e- : STOPS
from a bone Spavin, Ring Bone,
Splint, Curb, Side Bone, os simil
trouble and gets horse going sound.
It acts mildly but quickly and good re.
sults are lasting. Does not blister
or remove the hair and horse car
he worked. Page 17 in pamphlet witti
each bottle tells how. $2.00 a bottib
edI. Horse Book 9 M free.
PR BIN E, JR., the atiseptic linlmee
akind, redutces Painful Swellngs, Eu.
G3lands, Wens, Bruises, Varicose Veins
ores. Allays Pain. Will tell yol~
if you write. $1 and $2 a bottle at
.r delivered Liberal trial bottle for 10c stamp.
UNG, P.OD. F..310 TemiSt..SprI~nid. Masse.
r'ery Woman WVants
FOR PERSGNAL HYGIENE
Dlved in wvater for douchea stop.
Ic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam-.~
on. Recommended by Lydia E.
ham Med. Co. for ten years.
aling wonder for naeal catasrrh,
throat and sore eyes. Economical.
airsordinary slaing and sennaial pwe
Th atonIoeC an. Eoi.Mas
or47 years. For Malaria, Chil'
Fever. Also a Fine Gener:4
dthensnd Tonic. 0*4.5t:
U. CHARLOTTE, NO. 47-199.
you remember the famous Greek
wh~o paInted grapes thait were .A
al the.blrdJs pecked at them'?"
i, yes, I've heard that yarn," .*
the superior person. "But ornit
teaches tis that certain of 4
e'r.blrds have very poor eyesIgM.2
Those Whom You Need.
tinds are the people who go ab' nt
ave the road they know you'll be
ng to travel.
jI Granulated EyeWs1
reivdby Murino it hi 1
eEyenteme Aty 4 t' ote
n Tubs 40 C - Fent.