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A GRAIN ELEVATOR
LONG FELT WANT IN STATE
NOW SEEMS WELL IN LINE
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark
the Progress of South Carolina Peo
pie, Gathered Around the State
The Columbia Chamber of Com
merce is interested in and has up for
consideration the question of a grain
elevator. Columbia is tho logical
place in the State for an elevator, as
It Is a central distributing point.
The Mexican boll weevil is invading
the State and its appearance means
the growing of more grain and less
cotton in the future. The elevator
could take care of the grain grown
not only around Columbia, but in oth
er counties and it could be marketed
and stored or held for future sale.
It is thought that the elevator
would pay as one concern agrees tol
supply 100,000 bushels of grain per
year, and if an additional 100,000 could
be secured from other sources, an ele
vator wolud be an assured success.
The elevator would serve as a stimu.
lus to grain production, it Is thought.
Names of 18 winners of scholar
ships to the Citadel were given out
by J. E. Swearingen, State superin
tendent of education. These winners
of scholarships wer. recommended by
the board of visitors of the Citadel
and confirmed by the State board of
education. They are:
H. N. Heckle, Anderson; H. W.
Crouch, Charleston; J. C. Townsend.
Martins Point; W W. Tolleson, Gaff
ney; M. M. Harrall, Lamar; E'. W.
.Felder, St. George; T. M. Mayfleld,
Greer; J. A. Osteen, Piedmont; Big
man Alexander, Greenwood; Matthew
Poliakoff, Lancaster; Damon Gasque,
Laurens; John C. Gall, Johnston; W.
L. Hardeman, Newberry; P. L. Lang
ford, Prosperity; Shelton M. Roper,
Columbia; L. E. Diltz, Spartanburg;
J. P. Thumas, Columbia; E. B. Glenn,
To Be Second Lieutenants.
The following Carolinians, who will
become second lieutenants graduated
August 31 from field artillery training
camp at Camp Zachary Taylor, their
names being: D. A. Ammie, Charles.
ton; W. L. Bowman, Jr., Lowndes
ville; J. I. Bradford. Sumter; J. D.
Brandon, McConnellsville; J. W. Bur
gess, Manning; A. M. Dickerson, Dar
lington; J. E. EIlls, Columbia; R. M.
Evans, Dillon county; ). M. Hopkins,
Fountain Inn; J. W%. Jeffreys. Spar
tanbiurg; WV. TI. Nichols, Rock Hill; Hi.
M. Perry, G reenville ; WV. L. Quinn,
Smyrna ; P. B. lnger-s, C'harl~st on; S.
- TV. Rowecll, 11amberg; WV. D). Ryan,
Wecdgeiield; 0. TV. Sander~s. Chiester;
1D. II. 'Snllivan, Lannrens ; A. R. Te'm
pie. Lake View ; R. Y. T1urner, Winnsu
boro ; R. L. Wellcr, C'olumbhia ; .1. 10.
S Jr., C'olumia ; WV. C. WiiIams, lIuu
tawville; HI. G. WVoodward, liishop
Women's Unselfish Service.
The women of South Carolina who
are the women behind the guns in
the Young Women's Christian Associ.
tions organization in the coming
United War Work Campaign are some
S thing in the way of being big guns
The governor's wife, Mrs. Richard
I. Manning, is State chairman-not
merely honorary chairman, but active
chairman for South Carolina-and
she is already working hard every (lay
at her job. Long before she was the
~N wife of the governor of South Care.
lina she had done more than her share
in active philanthropic work of all
kinds, and since the war she has
either been at the head or on the ex
ecutive beard of every war organ iza
tion in which women shared the re
sponsibilities in the State.
Labor from the West.
H. L. Tilghman, federal director of
the U'ited States Employment Se
vice, was recently notified that 2.000
laborers could be recruited, in Okla
homa and Kansas and recently R. C.
Pritchard left the Columbia office to
go to these western states to get the
mein. He goes with authority fromu
-the employment service to recruit the
men, who -will be employed in war
work in Charleston. Recently Geo-!
gia was dirawn on for 1,500 carpsn
tors, who will also be employed on
government work at Charleston.
First New Bond Buyer.
Dr. George Benet, who has been in
France since October, 1914, fighting
first under the tri-colo- of France and
now under the Stars and Stripes, has
forwarded to his brother, Christie
Blenet, United States senator from
South Carolina, a check for $750 to. be
appliedl to the purchase of bohds of
the fourth Liberty loan. This has
been received with great pridle and ap
preciation by the Columbia committee
and has been awarded the honor of
first place among the subscriptions
'for the fourth loan.
Must Have Building Permit.
For the purpose of allotting their
work, the local executiye committee
of thle Columibitt'district of the war re
sources committes held a meeting at
the office of T. B. Stackhouse, chair.
man of the Columbia district, which
district embraces the counties of Cal.
houn, Fairfield, Lee, Richland. Cies
terfileld, Florence, Lexington. Orange.
burg Darlington Kersha,w, Marlbaro,
Sumter, Dillon, Lancaster and New.
Men contemplating erecting new
structures should follow this proeed.
tire: Send to T. B. Stackhouso an
esftimilatO of the cost of the building,
the material and the construction; tell
whern the material is to be secured.
With this data in hand, Mr. Stack
house makes a recommendation con
corning th.3 building- to T. K. Glenn,
regional chairman in Atlanta; Mr.
Glenn makes a recoinmendation to an
official in Washington who finally
'msses on the matter.
Then the applicant is notifled. Per.
haps by the thne all of this formula
'ins be-n coinplied with, the prosme
tive builder has changed his mind and
lecided to put upl) with what he has
until after the war. And maybe that
's what Uncle Sam wants him to do.
This procedure is to be followed in
the case of all new buildings, from a
small dwelling to a tall office build
ing. The whole pirpose of the plan
olbviotius. Carpenters and an enor.
mous quantity of butiding material
-Vill be ieeded in completing new
""mps. additions to present camps,
ship building yards and various other
-overnmental enterprises. Uncle Sam
simply means that he has the fIust
move and that obstacles are going to
h3 put in the way of building opera.
'lons that are not essential and that
'end to draw l'abor away from war
The following instructions have
been issne'l to the Confederate veter.
"-q who will aftend the reunion in
Tulsa, Okla., by W. A. Clark, major
"Director General MeAdoo, under or.
der No. 28. has instructed all rail,
"eads in the Tnited States to make a
'necial rate of one cent per mille each
1'v to the Confederate reunion at
Tlsn. Okla.. September 24-27, in.
"Tie-ets will not have to be valIl.
'1tted. The rate anntie.s to the fol!ow.
inv narties: Confederate veterans and
'"embers of their families: sons of
'ofi'vlerpte veterans and members of
'har fa'm ilies, members of the United
Dauthters of the Confederacy.
"Mombers of the Confederated
Southern Memorial Association are
"190 entitled to purchase round trip
'icets to Tulsa. Okla., and neturn at
"identification certifleates will be is.
s;1ed hvW the denantment. division brig.
(1e of ('amp officers of the above
nanr1 orm:nizations and will be hon.
Ored when dufly eountorsiened by said t
''vieer. All cvamns and officers are re. i
"e.fed to not ify imod1(a I elv N. B.
1 iinnt inl chief. Tulsa. Ola,
the number of certifleates noedo.
"T1on lea ving thle t rain at Tunsa
"'v"v 'iaitor' not alrenidv nr'ovidedl f'rr
hoiden at one '1 thle bofothI of th Ii4
n om mittr' There sitet'
hli prien of loeina' wanited. the nio" i
n~o' cf r,'oomm o f p "* C ird for thei 1 lal b.'.
won,~~i'f4'g wm' lho a-ivn the mnol.
of wi'h 0-'.1 in rte jous l'n, to
eh'C( t he n4~a ' T f f ii.-' cin'' " rt n'i' '
for three d:oe ii adhvanlen a re.
nc'it for~ wh'ih f'l n1~ he gie the vi..
ftor for hiIs proftett I."y
South Carolina Casuailes.
Recent esualtles among South Car
alina trooh)s overs(eas as shown by
1ato rep;orts~ freom the front. are as fol.
Killed in action---Ser~gt. C. A. Mc
Severely wounded-- -Lieut, \. pi'
Marshall A,nderson: Sergts. B. .;
Sn11ivan. Jr., Laurens: W.- 0. M lllor,I
fllon 'ern. D). HT. Shearer. Ander,
"on: Priva'xs D). D). Ditncan: Ander
son: M. R. C1yburn, Bishlopville; TI.
A. Price Buffalo. , '
Prisoners, or miissing--Corp. B .T.
Meeker. Pelzer: Private R. T. Quinn,
5Sn'."f"nh"ri.' Chas. Reid. Greenville.
Drowned by submarine - Hubbard
Spears. Bennettsville; D). TI. Frye,
Ginners to Show LIcense.
County food admtiintstrators thirough
"t the state are being advised b~y
William Elliott. food administrator for
South Cs'rolina, that ginners should
he reoiutredl to show their licensens,
eince it heing reported to the food
"d m nistrat ion that there are giuners
t' his state who are operaeting with-.
Sljgevnees County food adlminist"a.
ors are instructed to rert to the
('.inmhi' offie any~ ginner who is
operati r withoiut a license and to re
ouire such ginners to cease opera.
l ions uintil1 licenses have been secured.
Grants Three Paroles.
Governor Manning granted thr'.'e pa.
roles during good behavior. Quincy
H-air was conviected in Barnwell ('oun.
t-~r in 1915 of burglary and sentenlced
'o five years in t~he penitentiary. The
value of the goods stolen was $1 3..
H~ome~r Henderson was convicted in
Greenwood couny in 1906 of man.
's'aughter and w-as senitonced to li'fe
imprisonment. LeRoy Col bert wyas
conVictedl in Spartanburg county in
914 of. carial knowledge of a Voman!
child and sentenced to serve flye
FROM THE CAMPS
CAMP PRINTING OFFICE ONE OP
THE SHOW PLACES AT
WE[L SHOD AS WELL AS FED
Many Men of Many States and of
Many Nations Naturalized at
The camp pIilting office is one of
the attractive places of the camp, es
pecially to all printers and men who
have been engaged in the printing
business. The shop is well equipped
with printing presses, type and print
Ing machinery necessary for job print
ing and also contains a linotype. The
foreman of the s4hop is Sergt. C. B.
Stansill. The shop is under the super
vision of the camp quatterinaster.
Canp Jackson army headquarters
has just issued a general order to all
soldiers prohibiting them from patron
izing restaurants, hotels, barber shops,
manicure parlors. ice cream parlors or
soda fountain establishments, unless
the same shall have the certificate of
These certifleates of inspection will
be issued by a representative of the
United States Public Health Service,
:mly upon compliance with the rules
and regulations governing sanitary in
spection issued by the Public Health
3ervice and shall be revocable at the
liscretion of the issuing authority.
Commencing on Monday, September
16. Camp Jackson will begin one of the
%ost extensive athletic schedules ever
planned by any army camp or canton
nent. The schedule will continue in
This plan of athletics for Camp
fackson was mapped out by Frank M.
Dobson, canp physical director for
he Y. M. C. A. and the phtn will in
-lude the entire camp in the various
Work has been commenced upon the
xtensive improvements to the road
;ysteni through the camp, the contract
iaving. been let to the West Construe
ion Company of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Some idea of the immensity of the
ask which confronts the conserva
ion and reclamation division of the
trmy may be obta-ined from the com
ilation of recent statistics which
;how that 250 pairs of shoes are worn
)ut each day by an army of 40,000
nen. That is the average of all of the
meamnpments and cantonments of the
Jnited States, according to official
igures. Now shoes are classed among
lie most necessary of the necessities.
t Is as essential that an armny be well
hod as it is that it be well fed.
Four hundred and forty-seven tents.
epresentinlg a saving to the govern
lent of applroxllnately $20.000, were
d'paired by thle C'onserva tionl and Re
Ilaation i)ivisionl at C'amfp Sovier'
1luring tile mlonth of August. All of
is work was (lolle by tile 20 Germanl
'lrisonelrs whoi av beenV 11n0 01thlis as
glnment, oly 0one forenmn being inl
hlarge or thle detail or mlen.
Aln ordler issued. at Camnp Woials.
h'orth <tnlaranties thle camp~ againlst
le city of Sp~art'anbulrg because of t he
re0senlce ill the city of diphthleria.
I Preaf ter 11( off'icer~ or en list ed man1 1
~i be0 llodlW to visit tihe ci1tl uless
0 (enn exhibhit a p)ass shlowinig that lhe
s ou official business. It is expect ed
hat tile (iuaratinle will remlalin iln
arce~ abotut thrlee weeks.
One thousand enllisted 1men1 of the
Tnit ed States army stationed at Camp
Vadsworth were given the oath of al
)giance andc taken illto tile body of
itizenrly of tile United States of
Lmerica. Thie oathl was admnlistered
y Judcge Joseph 'P. Johlnson, of thle
edera'l courllt for the wvesternl district
somel w1ere formerly citizens of enemily
~Oun~tries Tihe men who rec'eivedl the
>aithI have arrived at Camp WVads
orthl iln tilt past two months and~ are
Back Feam Overseas.
Camdein.--L~ieut. Hi. H. Birchmor-e,
v'ho lett hlere sevei mlonths ago with
he membjiers of thia old Kershaw
Grd ilIs, and1 hits been In active serv.
cc Onl the Belgian frctut, has been
Ipendinlg several dlays ini 'hfdcl a~
las gone0 to GIeor'gia to ste relatives
>Ofor'e repOrIIting at (Camp Lix, where
10 willl act as an inlstrulctor. Lanter he
1xplOets 10 join allothe i continlgtnt ands
so 'bac~k to t he fron11t.
He talks inlteresatingly of the var
11n( says that thle Camdenl boys wl'h
111m1 had sutfferq1 no casualties.
Red Spi'0er Ravages.
Chester.-TPhis ectiloll hits been vis
ted bly splendid r~ins. wichl will ben.
'fit the late cotton and corn anld will
'iave the teden~lcy te re ard the burst
hng of tunmiatured elittonl hiolls which
las been1 50 much01 inlkevidenice ill this
counltry during tile piist weeks on ac.
Count of tile hot weatir. F'armlers in
fr~om~ the Fort Lawni *ection of theO
county state thlat the id spicier has
ravaged tile cotton crop n that terri
tory to some extent. Th , cotton crop
in Chester county is ab~it 60 to 70
per cent of a full crop.\
STATE FAIR PRIEMIM UST
Reduced Fare, High Priced Crops.
Automobiles and Good Roads in.
sures Big Crowds.
Columbia.-Iroparations are going
forward steadily for the annual state
fair to be held October 28 to Novem
'er 1, inclusive.
The fair management was recently
!dvised that reduced fares would ha
allowed. Although the off!-ials have
not been notilied what those rates
w'I1 be, presumption is that. one and
oue-half fares for the trip will obtain,
determined by the' railroad adminis
tration, but not officially announced.
With reduced fares and a great in
,!rease of the inumber of automobiles
in the country. the fallr maInageient
is assured of i good attendance this
At a rec ,nt meeting of the premium
list committee several departienlts
were eliminated. This modification
'f tile lists soi as to cut out non-essen.
tials was in accordance with the print.
ed announcemett of the mllaniagellent
in which tle right was reservecd to
alter or cancel any offering. W\'ithli the
alterations in the catalogue. special
stress will be placed in othiir d(epart.
ielts to intensify interest in the war
program of increased food production.
Home and farm demonstration work
-ire to be particularly stressed and ad
dithional premiuims of $225 were ap
propriated 'for comiiunity exhibits.
This amount is divided into three
prizes of $100, $75 and $50, respect
Ively. This should prove added in
centive to community fairs to enter
competitive lists at the state fair.
The question of entertainment is
not being overlooked by the fair man
agement. Krause's Greater Sliowr
have been (ngaged and this (nter.
tainient gro 'p will have many novel
ties to atrac' the crowds during tih
"ff hours. The company is composed
of nearly 400 people. traveling in their
own special Pullian cars and anI,
equipment train of 27 double length
circus railroad cars.
Everybody Must Work.
Columbia.-The authorities of the
city of Columbia are determined thait
there will be no loitering or "loafing"
iII the incorporatd limit.a during tile
progress of the war. Everybody, men
and women, white and black. who
have reached their 18th but not their
51st. birthdays, will have to work at
aoie occupation for at. least 44 hours
a week. Money makes no difference.
Dollars will not make drones iln the
'ity of Columbia.
This week the city council gave
final reading to an iron-clad ordi.
nance which requires all male and fe
males in the confln2s cf Columbia be.
tweon the ages of 18 years and 50
years. both inclusive, to follow some.
"-ainful employment, or they will be
baled before the municipal judge
nand assessed a maxiium $100 for I
each offense or will have to labor for
0he city for not iore than thirty day.
for each conviction. The city plice
ror'ce hats bleeni instru'ct. dc to rigidly
'n force lh e ter'ms of t he ordine i 0I
.vic'h is now a law. Studen's n! I
chol and1 (collesges andlIt1l~'1 anrn.hes I
('Wrnl ing~ th.ir'I' trad's areC'tXC~ exmt ed. ,
('oluIImblia~.--- 11eg. 'llratin of miien hie.
~wc'cn the hages of i 111an -15 in South
(arina11 teotalled 11 5.-11 . a c'crdilg to 10
figuret's assemb1 iled hby Mt ior' it. 1E. Ca r
wile, in charge of the adminhuistra:tion i
of the selective ser'vic'" lawis for t his a
state. The. total fell 16.522 rhort of
the feder'al estimate.(
Dr. Zemp Enters Service,.
Camdlen.-Dr'. Sydney Capiers ZAemp, I
011e of C'amden's proninuent p~hysli
clans, who received a commnlission as
capitain, has 'hteni or'deed to Camp
1reenlieaf. (G0., andl left for that place E
wher'e he will enter tile service. Dr. r
Zenml was ai formner captain of the Ker'
shaw Guards at tis place and for
years took a great intef st in the 0011
panly. Later lie was 'ommlnissionled a
major ini the Nationa1l1 Guard. hut re
signed'(. Many of his friends anld for
mer' patients called at his residence
when it was announ('ed thlat lie was to
leave tile following mlorninig. Dru.
Zemp was the recipient of a valuale
wrist watch from is friends as a
token of esteem.
Reward for Deserters. i
Coluimbia.-Governoi' Mainining has
addressed a letter to every shieriff am1(1
police officer in South Carolina ur'g
lng anti dlirectinlg them to apprehend
all desert ers and( dielnqulent s. Anly
person1 delivinilg a wilful dleserter to
lhe niear'est c'amp or armyii post is entIi
tIed to a reward of $50 for' enach deo
sorter. The letter of the governocr
says that Southi Carolina has an enlvi
able r'e'ordt for thle smlall numberhi oif
desertions charged to hter, but lie is
desirous of having this lnmbier further
Detachment Leaves Clemson.
Clemson College.---.The second army
training detachmenut stat ionecd at a
Clemson College left Friday, the men eg
b~eing sent to various camps through-y
out the~ countr'y. Ten men fromi the t
detachmen~ut were sent. to officers'a
trainihig schools; on'er 150 to Char'les
ton inl motor mechanic and ('arplenter
ing work, 20 to F~ort Casweli. N. C., in
coast artillery, 50 or more to (Camp
Johnston, Plia., and 8 or 10 to ad.
vanced radio schools at University of
indi na andi Columbia Univer'sif~y, Nov
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATONAIL
.By RlCV. P. B. FITZWATERI, D. D.,
Tenheler of H'tiglish Bible in the Moody
Bib.le lnstitute o Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918. Westeri Newspaper
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 29
8UHiJIC'CT-What It Means to Be a
SiclFlCTlON FOR ItIA)LNG--1 John
GOLDI'N 'T'XI - My little ciliidren. let
us not love in wortd. leithe, ft tongue;
but in deedi, andl truth.--i John 3:18.
PeIRapS tilt' bePst way to review the
Iessons1 ot this qlluarter wiill lie ito hike
the seveIal lessor s n1 find ote teir n'
ing on the subject Chosen for review:
uinely: Whati it manis to he it Chris
lan. in order to get the best results,
tssigila'nmett shoul ib 11111 l of thie se
Mral Iletssonls to iff erentt p rt les it) -ome
prepirIed to give the tecl(hing (if tile
[utrt utar lesson oil tIt' sIihjp(-t. The10
following is suggestet Its a possible
Wily of presenting ite 1111tter.
Lesson 1. It lmnn as that tech Indi
Vidlai nust exercise falth in Jesis
IPhtrist as a personial Siavior. One malily
hialv. Is hevart opened by the Lord
Willie listening to the WN ord of (od it
it statel ieting, Ilke Lydlla. or he
(ilivititetd through tbe m1iail festltion1
of the mighty power of (odu, as the
J1hilippiIant jileiitr. In aill e'ses it Is
he? one Savior and tlheo one faith.
Lesson Ii. It imin thint tiose' who
itove really exe.rc.iseI failtilt) i the Lord
Jesus Christ wiII attehntively read God's
Word. Event a great statesman like
the Ethiopihm Euanut'h will be blessed
in its rinling. for tle Word of Godt
converts the soIl, mnkes wl.e6e the sim
Pitt, Pilts glaidnutess ]into thlie herit, en
lightens the 'yes, siat sfie's tile long
Ing souil, waNI'ais ugaIiinst dangers, 11nd(
brings reward to tihose whio o)e'y its
Lesson 1i1. It means a lift' (if per
onial prayer antd comuilnituraion willh G0(1.
The olt- who hIIa beOnu' I i of
[4od has tlhe- glorious Privileg of oill
itg to im1i with his n !s with the an.
surance that G;oI will sIpplv themiti.
iod is amore wi lling to give to his Celil
Iren than an1)3y 4-at11thhy father is to his
Lesson IV. It imetinis a life of obetdi
Mnce to the Wordi and will of God.
Prompt and definite Obedlilce will be
endeired, 'vei to the separnxtinn from
itisIness. anlld the ties of mture, when
,t41lh sitnd inI the wity. Peter, Andrew,
Talies und John obeyedl atd It meant
to them great spirittin Ia biessings. lfroln
lishing for fish1, t hey were promotel to
f1sh1ng for men. Obdiene to God
Pays. Thlv dIstelple of Christ will trels.
ire u) his woiqls.
Lesson V. It IlIoans ;rnowth In grne.
resus hislimlf grewv in. litsdomn aild In
tature, rind iII favor i'ihi (ol and
nn. Merely neepfinag ('list Is not
'nouigh ; there matust hp garowvth.
Lesson Vi. It mevans i life of hlhp
iiless to othears. (one whlo oias bieen
linth' a partaker of fte rDivine initutre
d'll. li his miastera, give' hhnaiself in
('Ifuil serv'~ic to It)1heirs. I le ill he a
von as t'heGoo Samriuitanl. Jtk-ig
4)o( i ihel. lhe wvill hi' doinig gzoial
hty to clo giood.
Lesson, Vii. It 1)14nna aixfttemla nel' at
lit ipice ofl woriishipi riv4t4ling thle
nin o f the \\'olrlallrirGod p'iait-'ii
Lesson Viii. It maatlns coniafessig
'br ist Iwo i 'en ia unl wau lling wi th
xpetnt hoai1 141et forl thlte'(1 co ig of' .Je.
lis ('br ist from f leavyen. Thei4 gi'andt
l(eeniivi' for' fa ithiifulneuss Inr wgeiss.
ig for 'hi'st is thue assulirante thait
Lesson IX. It means that we will
'ie of tiulr posse5tssionis to theior 'i unil
'1'l. loive our enem'iites, and1( refrain
roeni 'i'nsoiotus .ldgmnent. (God ext I
mlties "ur gi fts, not by' ther size but
*y whalit wte have' left.
Lesson X. It imetos that one wvill
trive to coaiquer his e'vil propensi ties,
ot allow. ('ove'ttusni5ss to mallster 111im
S tId Ahah. Ilndt separaite himself
rom those who walk iai dlarkness. i~e
dli exerceisr' grea t enutimon lext lie he
Omle over'icomae by lith dvi.
Lesson Xi. It iinis belig holy and
Pite, int or'deri thait We maly preserve
roll eorrluiption thei. great mlaiss of mnii'
dl e'n i liten' t hose' in tillrkniess,
reuahing ft' Gospel toi evtery ere'n
ire. conilse'ious Ithat the pri'sece andt
(iwter of ('hrnist wvilI abidle.
Lesson Xii. It manis thait every
itlfnat entusted to us will he put to
se, so t hat whena' the Lortd t'omnes we
rtn mnakt art iier'ounit to him wlih' will
actiue hiis commema4iaition undl rewar'l id.
The Greatest Teachings.
Therei'i ar no' son i gs 4'ompjlia'rilie to
it' SOngs of1 'Zin ;i noira t IOns e'(uni1 to
los' tif ft' pi'troe lanti noi litlitica.
iE t host' whilhI t' Scriptur'es techl.
Favors Bible for Every Soldier.
in a letter iili the Arniurtienn IBile
rilt'y Majorta Centeral Wooit says:
lodspeedii Ind iatl sl suaccess in te w~or'k
tin aire iudert akinlg. 1 earliest ly hopile
hint y'out wil IlbE sureceastil Ia pilag
Bile in It'e1 haids of 'vtr'y $41o le.''
Promises an the Bible.
11 there Is tinel Iret, oi liotitrint', 01
o4'miaiiI or promise in thle lbe
vhieb. hats produced n praitcin effect
mi youir tempijer, or heart, or conduct,
le aissured that you do nt truly be
Why Dread Old Age?
It doesn't matter how old you are, if
you keep well and active. Lots of folks
are younger at 70 than others are at 60.
Lame, bent backs; stiff, achy, rheu
natic joints; bad eyesight and deafness
are too often due to neglected kidney
trouble and not to advawing years.
Don't let weak kidneys age you. Use
Doan's Kidney Pill. They have
mado life more comfortable for thou
sands of e'derly folks.
A North Carolina Case
3ssI.S T . . .tl,.l
Greensboro, N. C, -
says: "About ,evey
month or so for three(
Years I hiad an att
tack of backache
that would lay le
up for several dlays.
I finally took Doan's
Kidney Pills and two
boxes fixed me up .So
that I haven't had
a nv sign of the trou
ble sinco. I am glad
that I used Doan'S'
for they are the only
kidney remedy that has ever helped
Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Box
DOAN'S " N
FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
Good for Malaria, constipation
biliousness -a fine tonic.
Guaranteed or moneg back
Ask jour dealer
Behrens Drug Co..WacoIlx.
YOU CAN'T CUT OUT J1PI
but you can clean them off promptly with
and you work the horse same time.
Does not blister or remove the
hair. $2. 50 per bottle, delivered.
Will tell you more if you write.
Book 4 R free. ABSORBINE, JR.,
the antiseptic liniment for mankind,
reduces Varicose Veins, Ruptured
Muscles or I.framents. Enlarged Glands. Went.
Cysts Allays pain quickly. Price 11.25 a boule
at drutgisto or delivered. Made in the U. S. A. by
W. F.YOUNG, P.D. F.,310Templat..Sprlnofield. Mass.
Buy Roofing & Paint
Higb Grade Mi3 Ends, 98c per 100 sq. ft.
up, including nails and cement. Agricultural
Paint 60c gal. House Paint (26 colors)
2.26 gal. Wall Board (boats lath and
plaster) $22 per 1000 sq. ft. Roo Mender
(No. 600) stops leaks in all kinds of roofs,
10c lb. Black Asphalt Coating (No. 300)
preserves metal roofs, silos and all ex
posed surfaces, 66c a gal. in N bbis. Ask
your dealer or write us for Free Sample
and Price List. KING ROOFING & PAINT
CO., 15 Third Sit-et. CINCINNATI. OHIO
Fall Cabbage Plants
Early dJer sy andl Chu'rh.tots t kellehl, Bue
cesioin siuni F-lat. D us lh. lBy express, bu00
#t-2i : 1,000J, F2.t00; b,00t, at $1 .75 It0,0)S() up
n. $1 50t, 1. o. b. herso. Pareet~o post. preal
lt00, :35e'; I ,000t, $2.fiC. WI:.lesmle and1 retal.
D. P. JIAMISON, Summerville, S. C.
Whe.'n You I1 edt a Good T'orde
Malaria, ChiI ,~ .EveirindGrippe
A L~r L's D a; I ; air byv Pa reel P1', pre itold
S(IDNEY TROUB~LE 5.?I6 I
with, S'raa.tt's tninay andia tluotaeAl ala.
tUtoxenited foir Sltouaaitiar. Neugriugin,~a 5'~a l n
lzc.(alrtt 4, iti s;iir - '. Ahk your dirtugglt,,
ADDI~lss . Sr.I'i:. '-;TT, MI i r , GA.
'JTn, Wonestlerfnl 51toolt,'''Shn iti tltaf A runige.
doan.' explintia why ar c'ta,. hoaw 15 winl 4end
pone to rollo55w. (1,othi. '00 p'ae, .'til 511hto re ftar
*ncesi. 69e, poespad. .Ialese toclgo, 55 jlih 5 'otn, N. (O,
W h ich ?
Itli i 'iTerre I llt!!I te Franhise~tl
lIssgttits ltea pollig for one. ofi ili
Ipolitietti pat i's. Therittne 51'week of
thei' naptling thes. isiens ss0tudl theIr
Tlhrifl t iin ennyvnss. Ansil kniowiing
this, stineit peole werie loal it. hornsie
s'lither~ to thi. cnnva.sser or ir s suf
tn yot. unttsig Wonuis wass Intis a nfotr
by is boy3 iihout ('ight ye't *(artol.
"I'lentse tell your' niwlther I woulhd like
'o siee ht'r,'' slht requeisted tt.
'Te yunlsgster shioutedl ito thle sid-*
Jininsg rothm, "Momt, a holy wantits to
neui'l ('n~ie It slitggtarj 5tig' glesllos.
"Ask 'he'r If she's ft rThrift stamssp
No Regard for Nothin'.
Not etitlnt wVi th sntishinsg reenrds'tl
ofn la ns ss fartiu s 10ii tise thes'h10w5
anon'sn~nu v 91it ieI wIul correes
oa.Stustn ail ionwe tr,'tins. Perfectly harm
s if Ni'w Yotrk's re'gtr p.lollee force
3,(Is nre fiig ltthin In Fr:tance
It Iblhietlphhl t isnviet ( wnn t to be sent
to F'I1ra to ight.
9 9 ~Eyes inflamedbyeo
ye qicly relieved by Murl..
J Ey~emdy.No Smartung,
just Eye Cmot
Merle Eve amCaiceg...