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A *HAIRFALL OUl
A small bottle of "Danderine'
keeps hair thiok, strong,
Girls! Try thisl Doubles- beautl
of your hair In a few
Within ten minutes after an appil
.ation of )a1nderine you can not find a
single trace of dandruff or falling hair
and your scalp will not itch, but what
will please you most will be after a few
weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine
and downy at first--yes-but really
new hair-growing all over the scalp.
A little Danderine immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. No dif
ferenee how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Dan
derine and carefully draw it through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. The effect is amazing-your hair
will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have
on appearance of abundance; an in
comparable lustre, softness and luxu
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine for a few cents at any drug
store or toilet counter, and prove that
your hair is as pretty and soft as any
-that It has been neglected or injured
by careless treatment-that's all-you
surely can have beautiful hair and lots
of it if you will just try a little Dan
Paper Pulp From Alfa.
A company has been formed in
France for the, manufacture of paper
pulp from alfa in Algeria.
HURRY! JUST EAT ONE TABLET
OF PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN FOR
No waiting!I When meals don't fit
and you belch gas, acida and undigest
ed food. When you feel indigestion
pain, lumps of distress in stomach,
heartburn or headache. Here is instant
J1ust as soon as you eat a tablet of
Pope's Diapepsin all the dyspepsia, in
digestion and stomach dlistress ends.
Th~eue lieasant, harmless tablets of
Papie's Diapopsin always make sick, up
set stomachs feel fine at once and they
cost so little at drug stores.-Adv.
Wages in Germany.
Wages of huildin(hg t rades workers
in Germany have doubled since the
period precedling the war.
Get New Kidneys!
The kidneys are the most overworked
organs of'the human bod and when they
fai in their wvork of ilerig out and
throwing off the poisons developed in the
system, things begin to happen.
One of the firet warnings is ain or stiff
ness in the lower part of the gack; hghly
colored .urinpe; lose of appetite; indiges
tion; irritation, or even stone in the bind
der. These symptoms indicate a condition
that may lead to that dreaded and .fatal
malady, Blright's dlisease, for which there
is said to be no cure.
Do not delay a minute. At the first in
dication of trouble in the kidney, liver,
.ladder or urinar organs start taking
sold Medlal Hloarem Oil Capsules, and
save yourself before it is too late. Instant
treatment is necessary in kidney and blad
der troubles. A delay is often fatal.
You can almost certainl find immiediat.
rele einm Gold Medal Hanarom Oil Capsules.
For more than 200 years this famous prep.
aration has been an unfailing remedy fe
all kidney, bladder and urinar troubls.
It is the pure, original Haarlem Oil your
great-grandmother usedl. ' About two, cap
sules ech dav will keep you toned up and
feeling fine. Get it at any drug store, and
if it does not give you almost immediate
-relief, your money will be refunded. De
sre you get the GOLD,)MI)DA1 brad
I., ** for to
Wen Your Eyes N4eed Care
OFFICERS .IN PROSPECTIVE
Students Selected From Clemson Unit
for Transfer to Army Officers'
Clemson. College.-Capt. Henry F.
McFeeley, commanding officer of the
students' army training corps unit at
Clemson College,.has selected and de.
tailed for transfer to officers' training
schools the following students in ac
cordance with the request of the war
For the central officers' training
school at Camp Gordon, Ga., Jasper C.
Bell, Joseph M. Black, Manning J.
Black, Thomas A. Campbell, James R .
Clark, Samuel P. Clemons, Jr., Os.
borne F. Covington, Alfred H. Dula,
Joseph H. Derham, Elijah F. Farmer,
Hugh E. Fraser, James M. Gandy,
Louis C. Garrison, Jay E. Garvin, Jr.,
William W. Gordon, Lyman A. Ham
rick, Joel K. Gcrdon, Lyman A. Ham
rick, Joel K. Harper, Samuel J. Hayes,
John A. Henry, Kenneth B. Hodges,
Wilbun B. Hodges, Henry G. G. Hoff
meyer, Royal Holly, John D. Jones,
Hubert C. Kelly, Alpheus E. Leslie,
James D. Mawhinney, Walter H.
Mays, Matthew L. McHugh, George
1H. Meltou, George B. Patrick, Lytton
G. Perri 1, Oran S. Poe, Jr., Robert
M. r!dmore, Joseph D. Rivers, Tru
man H. Roper, John D. Rush, Dorsey
A. S.mndars, Joseph C. Sharp, Joseph
M. Singleton, Betram Stender, Wil
l!rin 11. Thrower, Loy T. Truett.
Thtme.; ). Truluck, Wellie L. Whet
stone, Malcolm R. Wilson, Willian
P. Wingo, Frederick U. Wolfe, Martin
B. Woodward, John L. Young.
For the central officers' training
school, Camp Hancock. Ga., L. P.
Thackston, J. W. Herring, T. H. Byr
nes. 13. C. Banks.
For the noncommissioned officers'
school at Fort Monroe, Va., C. L.
D oyleston, F. M. Dwight, G. W. Fant,
G. A. Harrison,'J. A. McDermid, F. W.
Bank Business Increasing.
Columbia.-The volume of checks
cleared through the Columbia clearing
house and the number cathed at bank
windows in the state capital are in
creasing steadily from week -to week.
For the week ending October 9 the
full amount of all checks handled
through the clearing house and cash
ed at windows was $7,723,000. This
did not include the $3,497,000 handled
by Columbia banks for correspondent
banks beyond the confines of the city.
For the same period Charlotte handled
$6,863,000; Raleigh, $4,415,000; Augus
to, $13,000,000; Tampa, $3,800,000;
Macon, $6,400,000. B. F. P. Leaphart,
secretary of the Columbia Clearing
'House Association, has been called on
by the federal reserve bank of Rich.
mond to assemble all information rela
tive to Columbia banks.
Winthrop Free of Disease.
Rock Hill.-There is not a case of
influenza at Winthrop College today.
The health conditions of the college
are very good indeed. The regular
'work of the institution has not l'eeni
interrupted in any way except that
the students living in the city o'. Rock
Hill1 have beeni kept out of college by
the quarantine put on to keep out the
influenza. A rigid quara.ine has
been put in force at the college ider
direction of state health authorities
-Fine Work of Women.
Columbia.-A total of $1,107,100 in
Fourth Liberty Bond subscriptions and
the report not yet complete!
This represents the magnificent
work done by Columbia women under
the leadership of Mrs. George L. Bak
er, chairman; Mrs. C. Y. Reamer, vice
chairman, the ward chairmen, block
captains and their lieutenants.
The cou'nty is yet to be heard from.
Miss Dorothy Napier has had it in
charge, but due to the epidemic she
was not able to get in her report.
Such a --ord has never been ap
preached re. I'. Is due to perfect
organization, to the spirit of patriot
ism rampant, anid to the inspiration
given by enthus'astic workers.
The city has been systematically
canvassed house by house and the
Iworkers themselves were stirred to
higher endeavor by the subscriptions
given in sonme of the most modest
homes in the, city. Where they ex
pected to get a few hundred dollars in
subscriptions from a block they have
received $5,000, $8,000 and in some
Packing Plant Starts.
Orangebuirg. - The Orangeburg
Packing Company will commence its
busy season in~ a few days, and is now
in the markti, for hogs anid cattle in
any quantitier, from any shipping
point, The ph~2nt is starting up under
favorable circulmstances this year, as
the season had'. almost closed before
it began operations last year, owing
to delayed ship.f entms of machinery.
The plant is e~iuipped and prepared
to handle 300 he gs and 50 cattle every
day and it mal etains regular buying
and selling ager e.
To Use Steam Power.
Columbia.-Th c Columbi a Railway,
Gas & 3Dlectric Company has been
forced to fire u its auxtiliary steam
plant to supply the city and camp
with light and o~er. The river is
low and a portie of th'e plant at Parr
Shoals could no got sufficient water
power to move ri mee ubns
plant to supply nearpor.u
nors were sent e ttOsac oxie
to -ire the bele adheprodte
plant. Ten men aenee toc
to hop te c the ds ofm the steam
HE PICKENS SENTINEL, PIO]
*ntivo VEmf0ER MgEMrATIONAL
,By REV. P. B., FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teacher ot English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Capyright, 1818, Western Newspaper
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 3
APPETITE AND GREED.
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 26:27-34.
GOLDEN TEXT-Every man that striv.
0th for the mastery is temperate in all
things. Now they do It to obtain a cor
ruptible crown, but we an incorruptible.
1 Corinthians 9:26.
DEVOTIONAL READING-Romans 14:
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL FOR
TEACHER.S-1 Corinthians 8:1-13; 10:23-33;
1. Boys With a Difference tv. 27).
Esanu and Jacob were in decided con
trast. They differed in appearance
and disposition. Esau was a cunning
hunter, a man of the field. Jacob wag
a plain man, dwelling in tents. They
were born that way. Every child born
into the world possesses a peculiar
bent whieh we call individuality. No
two are exactly alike, even twins like
Esau and Jacob. The wise parent,
the wide-awake tencher, the educator,
seeks diligently to discover that pe
culiar individuality, and to give it di
rection according to the laws of its
own being. This bent is the basis of
charn'eter. Neither Esau nor Jacob
is an ideal personality. Both are
li. Parental Favoritism (v. 28).
Isanc loved Esnu because he did
eat of his venison. He ought to have
loved him because he was his son,
but It is a sad commentary upon a fa
ther that his love for his son had such
a sordid basis as thatt of his stomach.
Isaac, howevei_ was like many today
whose love is secured through their ap
petites. Rebecen loved Jacob, though
we are not told why. Perhaps it was
because of his cunning. In this re
spect he was like his mother, who
practiced craftiness to a finish on her
husband. Cleverness is a bond which
strongly binds together many people.
Many hold the respect of their friends
because of their shrewdness, irrespec
tive of their moral qualities. Parents
should treat their children alike. To
show partiality is both unwise and
unjust. Even when children possess
peculiar qualities which call forth pa
rental affectiQn, it should never be made
manifest that preference is made.
Iii. A Birthright Sold (vv. 29-84).
1. Esq*'s profanity (lheb. 12:16-17).
He so)(l his birthright for a bowl
of p tage. The birthright was the
righ of being at the hced of the patri
ar nl family, a position of honor and
i uence, as well as being the inherit
of a double portion of the father's
lbstate. This being a gift of God
should not be despised. He came from
hunting physically exhausted. In this
moment of distress, he thought only
of that which promised immediate sat
isfaction. Hie was willing to relin
quish all claim upon the future, if
only his present desire could he grati
fied. A profane person is one who
for the enjoyment of the present will
forfeit all claim upon the future, lie
would gladly gain both worlds, but
seeing that mess of pottage he lets go
of the future for the present. Swear
ing is profanity, but not the most com
mon. To he under the sway of appe
tite is to be profane. What profan
ity about us I For a moment's sin
ful pleasure men and women are
throwing away innocence, happiness,
and their souls eternally. This is
most serious, for sets are irrevocable.
I2. Jacob's cunning. It was right that
JTacob should have the birthright, for
it was according to God's plan which
had been pronounced (v. 23), but his
scheme to get it is to be condemned.
He took advantage of his brother's
weakness to drive a sharp bargain.
The same thing is practiced when un
der the force of necessity unlawful in
terest is exacted, or property is bought
Iunder price because one is obliged to
To get rich at the expense of anoth
er is to practice Jacob's sin. Modern
competitive business methods to a de
ided extent are of this type. Let each
one ask: "Is my name Jacob?" The
end never justifies the means. God
said that the elder should serve the
younger. It was his plan that Jacob
should be at the head, but God was
able to bring his own plans to pass.
He did not need the scheming of Ja
cob and his mother to further his
plans. To do evil that good may come
is raways wrong.
Understanding the Bible.
I believe that the Bible is to be un
derstood in the plain and 'obvious
meaning of its passages; for I cannot
persuade myself that a book intended
for the instruction and conversion of
the whole wvorld should cover its true
meaning in any such mystery and
doubt that none but critics and philos.
ophers can discover it.-Daniel Web
There never was found in any age
of the world, either religion er law
that did so highly exalt the public
v.,ood as the Bible.-B~acon.
With Christ's Aid.
With the power of Christ perfected
in my weakness, I am equal to every
temptation, competent for every duty,
equipped for every struggle, the maai~
ter of every fear.-W. L,. Watkinson.
Theory Is a yin from which facts
are sometimes ga ered.
LENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
LiFT OFF CORNS!
With fingers! Corns and cal
luses lift off. No painlrf >i>,
Magle! Just drop a little Freezone
on that touchy corn, instantly it stops
aching, then you lift the corn off with
the fingers. Truly! No humbug!
Try Freezone ! Your druggist sells a
tiny bottle for a few vents. suflIcilent to
rid your feet of every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the top,,, and
calluses, without one partIcle of pIin,
soreness or irritation. Freezone is the
discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius.
ARMOR FOILS BANK ROBBERS
Patented Cage for Cashiers, Operated
by Official's Foot, Is a Late
Tie up-to-ditte bank robber wiil have
to stetl it maIr h )I) the nilitary gent
us!es of the Ige if he has any hope of
accoilld i aing Is designs. For Wall
ter Wittson Arnold of liwsoi, N. M.,
has Invented anid patent~ed anl armIlor
Ilite( cage for balik tellers, Itecording
to Popular science 31ontily.
"Ihands up!" says the gent lemuanly
robber, and is oleyed with the ex
perted tilacrity. But the 1bank ofli
1l's0 foot surreptiilously releases a
spring that causes sliding doors of ar
mor-phite to move into pliace nid en
Adjustable plates fixed over tihe
openings in a teller's ege lre von
nected by a system of cables and pul
leys with some stitionary member at
taclied beneaths the desk. When not
in use, a trigger engages sectional
weights applied to tle pulleys. The
trigger is connected with the airi of
a bell crank lever, the Other arm of
which is connected with a rod or ea
ble that is again attached to the fool
Prison Chaplain - Well, good-by,
O'Reilly, and good luck. I hear that
yon are going out today.
Ex-Convit-Sure un' '(was time,
sorr. W~hat wid pro-Germanii Sinn Fein
ers an' internedl ius comlin' in, pris
on ain't scarcely ri s-ple tble ianny
No WVorm.s in a Healthy Child
A healdre troerubcl cit .worrms haoe ann
O ~VD'SITA'STHLHS chil '1'N0 given regniar
for two or thre weeks will enrich the blod, im
ehn oi to the whole syse. nature wilthe
in perfect health Pleasant to take. 00c per bottle
"WhVat (10 youi thinik wtill happen
wthenl Kaiser Bill diles?"
"Well, we'll hlave aI111 pini insIta of
a funeral for him."
Keep elean Instide as well na outide~l by taking
Doctor Plerc~ litnPa n Plta. Adv.
The skeletoii of an aiver-age whl ale
weighs about 25 tolls.
The white poplar has been used as a
natural lightning rod..
Are Here Told the
for Their T
Preemont, 0.-"I was pass
rinod of life, being forty-six
e, symptoms incident to tha
nervousness, and was in a gen<
so it was hard for me to do m,
ham's Vegetable Compound wi
the beat remedy for my troubib
to be. I feel better and stro
taking It, and the annoying
ead"-Mrs. M. GODDENr, 921
North Haven, Conn.-"Lydi
ble Compound restored my hea
had failed when passing throt1
Is nsothing like it to overcome
--Mrs, lLORENCu 1sELLM& Box
Calomel Today! Si
I Guarantee D(
Don't take nasty, dangerc
Calomel nakes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Caloinel is quicksilver
and It salivates; caloinel injures your
If you are bilious, feel lazy, slug
gish and all knocked out, if your bow
els are constipated and your head
aches or stomach is sour, just take a
spoonful of harniless Dodson's Liver
Tone instead of using sickening. sall
vating ealoi'net. Dodson's Liver Tone
is real liver medicine. You'll ktyow it
next morning because you will wake
up feeling fine, your liver will be work
lIng, your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach, will be sweet and bow
els regular. You will feel like work
Ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a
y Voi too m h to
hy1tit'e int dent
wor' I (. ImprovK 1K~'I
Life is dark-not worth much to the
man or woman with an mecid-stomach.
Acidl-stomnach kills Ilope, Amiit Ion.
Vnergyt Courage. it sapa the strength of
lit stronigest body- Impo%-erishes the
i'iooc-cautwo untold suffe( ring -hiakee
millions weak, unfit and brings on Iro
mature old age.
You know what acimouih does to
teeth and guma-how te acid liternly
ents through the bard enamel, causing
the teeth to decay. Just imngine, then,
what havoc an acid s~tomach must do to
(lie delicate organititon of the stomach.
Millions of people ore week and untit.
suffering all th htime. In one way or an
(ther, from superacidity or acid-stomach.
They don't seem dangerously sick.
Just ailing. Going through life weak,
Iiati,'e* dragging one toot -fter another.
'They're nearvousa and Irritable; lack power
and punch, frequently have severe at;
tacks of blinding, splitting headaches;
subject to fits of melancholia andl mental
depireasion. And nearly always their
tomachs are out of order, even though
,inany experience no actual stomach painot
-digestion poor-never getting anywhere
near the full strength frotn their food.
S. a ou se it's just Ihia-- -gcldeom
-sapping Ip the tireng th the y should
gt roae their food-taking ay their
For MALARIA,ChILLS and FEVER.
"Whalit luunkeo more' noise thnn a
hlog iinde' Ii fen'll "
"Tw undler a fen'e."'
'"Wronilt. 'The ainiswt r~ is aI111 linn abut
to be licked."'
New Yoirk finds unighit tr'avel on
street an~d sublwaty (11rs dimiinishing.
Ing through the critical
years of age and had all
L change - heat flashes,
rairlrn down condition, .
i work. Lydia E. Pink
is recommended to me as
a,which it surely proved
nger in evefr way since .
symptoms have disap
Napoleon St., Fremont,
a E. Pinkham's Vegeta
,ith after everything else
gh change of life. There
the try nag symptoms.'"
197, Nort hHaven, Conn.
A~ E. PINKI
est record h
)dson's Liver Tone
us calomel when bilious,
iy. Listen to me I
Cew cents under my personal guaran
tee that It will clean your sluggish
liver better than nasty calomel; it
von't make you sick and you can eat
inything you want without being sall
h'ated. Your druggist guarantees that
each spoonful will start your liver,
.lenn your bowels and straighten you
tip by morning or you get your money
back. Children gladly take Dodson's
Liver Tone because it is pleasant tast
Ing and doesn't gripe or cramp or
Inake thein sck.
I nn selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's 1.ver Tone to people who
have fomnd that this plensnut, vege
table liver medicine takes the pince of
dnilgerlIls cnloiel. Buy one bottle on
my sound, relinble guaruntee. Ask
yOUr diruiggist n1holit ne.-Adv.
whait' the mantter of 'em. Stomach
ma. Nearly as bad as distempei'r. (Cost
feed 'em. Loolc bad--are lad. i)ont
h. Spohn's Conspound will reinove the
i alppftite. and tone 'em ti all round
''.-i on etinnds not hiin 'od. i'ult
-h lbttle. u 1114. ;Ind Il-y P11i.
ICAL CO., Copshen, Intd., U. S. A.
Ctet rid of the excento odd. That's r
the Pec. I or etWi hi-aIl, ne a I thi only
Wily 1 tItatn goted d(11 stiion and amstin.
ilatht Ii Iti tl right wai to be well and
kue r r- , O)rlillnn3 tonies Won't do
any in th. 'I 1he bel t t he can do
is o up your ippetite. hen the
It imoltinurrs.IN wear off. you are
worst, oft tlar e' i'r.
A oturittrn:mledy makes it possible
to remove -. esa acid without the slt'lit.
eat diswoifort. It is called EATONI0,
in the forn of pleasant tasting tablets.
Their action in the stomach i a Rood
deal like a piece of blotting paper taking
Ua drop of ink-they literally absorb
tnealnJuroous exces acid and carry it
away through the Intestinesca.
Begin using EATONIC right now-to
day-and et on the road to bounding,
vigorous, Vi brant health. Thousands upon
thousands of people who have used
EATONIC are enthusIastic in its ralse.
They say they never- dreamed thaT any
thing could bring them Such quick relief.
EATONIO is absolutely guaranteed so
t a big W0. box from your druggist. If
tedoes not help Yost your money will be
refunded. If your druggist does not keep
IIATONIC, send your name and ado resa to
the Estonic Remedy C'toa pany. 1018 8.
Wabash Ave., Chicago. Ill., and they will
at once mall you a 50e hox and you can
sd th em the money for it after you re
ALSO0 A F'INE GENERAL. STRENGTHEN.
ING TONIC. Sold by All Drug Stores.
Food and a Meal.
"We Merve tihigs it '-nI hier, but,
mi1st er. Wieii i ' eue n reguilar meaji
Ail leethe wa bi'"ii egoin."
Matii lI iLiitr wals (one of the first
to. adtvise' I he elhltulyment of womeni~l as