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YOU CAN'T TRUST
CALOMEL AT ALL
It's Quicksilver, Salivates, Causes
Rheumatism and Bone
The next dose of caloiiel you take
May salivate you. It may shock yourt
liver or start hone necrosis. Cloinel
is dangerouis. It Is mercury, quicksil.
ver. It crashes into sour bUe hli
dynamite, crtinping and slekening you.
Calomnel attacks the bontes and shouhi
Dever be put into your systiin.
If you feel billous, hendachy, consti,
pate) art(d all kniocked out, Just go to
yoir druggist and get a bottle of Dod.
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a burInless vegetable substitute for
dangerolus calomuel. Take a spoonful
an1d if it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up hetter and quicker
than nasty calonel anid w ithout itatk ing
you sick, you Just go back and get your
Don't take calomu(el ! It enn not he
trustei any inore tlin it a Jeopard or a
U'll-Cnt. 'l'tke Doilson's Liver Tono
which straIghltons you right ip ai
makes you feel filne. No snits Iecs.
sary. Cive it to Ithe chilitr:*en becausq
It Is perfectly hint-ls-s 1( ad can 101
saliva'te.-A d verf iseinent I.
'"1'1r :ainy % i t4. ways of prle.
tieing ('4ctoorny ini te ii homei," prot.
cliitiil WI l ter \\ t' st-. sage.ly too li.4
guest, asfte'r n~llnking sir irs. \\'eeso
Wts outi1 1)f liering.
" 14?" etNio rgec. t vIsitor po.
"Yes. I.ns% wIiutor Imy wife sald we
musi goI a nwo'th In ft spring."
"linstnzd. I gt a new sprIng In the
HAVE YOU THESE
If So, Commence Taking Gude's
Pepto-Mangan and Get Back
to Good Health
Laeck of vitality, a feeling of tired
ness, had1(l lreath, pale Iips, colorles
cheeks, loss of weight, flabby ilesi
lessened strength-nill of these call fo
- the immediate use of G(lude's I'epto
Mangan. It will Positively produc
satisfactory results. 'ry taking I
with your meals for a few weeks an
be surprised with the Improvement I
your condition. u dle's Pptlto-Manga
will helP you back to siitrigth durin
convalescence fronm any illness. It it
been prescribed stuccessfilly by phi
sicians everywhere for thirty year
It is a recognizedl Iron tonic of bones
merit. For sale in liqul and tahl
form by all druggists. Ask for it h
the full name, "(itude's P'epto-Mar
Mr.'orth hadttt just lear ined that hc
negrot workwvomnan, Aunt I tutnnh, list
at the atge of' seventy, niar'ried. for fth
"\Vhy, Aunt Dinnth," shte exclimebut'
you surely haven't mnurriedi again !"
"Ystssumi, honey, I htas."' wats Amut
Dinaht's silingreptly. ".lt'5' ats of'e
as de Lawd taikes 'e'mt so will I."--Th
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUW
flurry, mother I I~ven a sick chili
loves the 'fruity" taste of "Californis
Fig Syrup" and it never falls to opes
the bowels. A teaspoonful today mna;
prevent a sick chtildl tomorrow. If con
stipatedl, hlilious, fever'ish, fretful, has
told, colic, or if stomach is sour
tongue coatedl, breath had, remteemer
good cleansing of the little bowels is
often all thtat is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genuine "Call.
forni FIg Syrup" which has dlirect ioms
for babies and children of all ages
-printed on bottle. Mother! You miusi
say "California' or you nmay get ar
Imitation fig syrup.-Advertisemnent.
They'd Know About it.
One dafy youang nutnty wa':s left iri
charge of the smatli apoartmtent andl~
the two children.
"I'm goting intot the kitchen to pre
pare baby's itlk, Bobby," she said
importantly ; "you 1be sure to enll me
when he watkes up.
"Oh, you'll heatr him for yourself,"
flung Bobby ; "thatt kifl turins himuseit
on the minute lie wakes up~-hte's his
own alarm clock !"
-The Cuticura Toilet Trio.
Having cleareq your' skin keep it clear
by making Cuticura your every-day
tojlet preparations. The Soap) to cleanse
ahdi purify, the Ointmnent to soothe and(
heal, the Talcum tot powdler and per
fume, No toilet tablhe Is complete
"Where's the end .senit hog these
dlays?"' "Up against the( register."
Louisville Courier-Jlournduj .
E rt 1 easier for the nyerauge w~oman
p he, fce hanhermind.
ADJOURNS SINE DIE.
FINAL CURTAIN OF GENERAL AS
SEMBLY RINGS DOWN ON
ROME TAX LN IS PASSED.
Governor Cooper Approves Appropria
tion Bill Which Was Really Last
Work of the Body.
1Inding perhaps its longest session,
the South Cairolina general assembly
adjouried sine die Sunday afteri-.oon,
the senate at 3:45 o'clock and the
house of representatives at 3:38
Just before adjournment the gov-.r
nor not ified the Iwo, houses Ut h:: ap
not o1 a of the general appropriatiosi
bill carrying an aggregate of $5F39,
10o.t-,I and a levy of seven miiill. This
Is a idecrease of $928.029.28, )tr .prox
imatlely 151, per cent, of the appro
priations for 1121. The levy last year
was 12 mills.
The general assembly had been in
coiniuous session since early Satur
day morning, and the officers, mem1
hers and attaches of both bodies were
thoroughly fatigued when final ad
jouiriinmeiit came Sunday afternoon.
The spirit of levity which chiaralctoriz
od the closing hours of former sen
oral assemblies was entirely lakiing
this year; there was too much work
piled up to indulge lin horseplay, ex
The engrossiig departmeiit did -mn
horculen job. 'T'l(- young woiioni an(
the solicitors connected withi that(
branch of le'gislative activity worke|
froni 10 o'clock Saturday m1iornini un.
til thr legislature adjourned. Tihi wor
wis so exacting and so thoroughly fia
tiguling that. many efforts were mad(
to adjourn both lioures S'c turday night
hut without avail. The. majority of thil
miemehrs were dhetermilneld to stay un
til all the buisiness wAs oincopleted ani
they could go home for good.
Throughout the long vigil the -clerk
and attaches of both houses and i
handful of memibers of both bodief
were in constant attendance, keeplnf
company w'th the half dozetn newspa
per correspondents who had contin
ually to nurse the general assein)l3
In its somnolont hours.
The conferees on the general appro
priation hill worked incessantly intI
the final sheet of the measure wias sen
to the engrossing department. h'lt
act was coinpleted just. before the re
port of the committee was sent. to hlit
general assembly at 1:30 o'clock.
4 The seiiate adopted the report. will
very little deibate. but. It took th
house of replrs(enativtt0H just twc
hours to concur in the con forelice re
port. A spiritied effort, led by Iedga
A. lBrown, of ltarnwell. was made t(
a. adjournii dlebte, or reject thle ineasuro
in the housiie, but this proved unaval
There hais bee'n resentiment amnong
r the farmier inmimbers of the hiousc
. hteca use thle house conferees on thIe
e general a ppropria' ons bill were at
lawyers, aund they blazed into open re
I v'olt on t he floor of the house in t h(
d iscuission of the anmendment to the
t measure. The hionse conferees con
D sist ed of 14. T. Hlu':shes, of MarIon,.
e lawyer; C'laud N. Sapp, of Columbia
a lawyer, and Eugene S. fllease. 01
Newherry, a hiawy'r. and, on the par't
oif the senate. Senator HI. II. Gross, 01
Dorchester, planter and banker... Sen
ator Thomas H. l'e" rce. of Rlichland
wholosale merc'hant, and Wi. S. flog
* era, of Spa rtanhuire-. ' arnce mant.
The ('laim was that the interest. of
the farmers, who hiauve 5-i r'epresentai
t ives in the lower body, were not auf
flcfently3 sa feguarded. It had been
wthlsp~eredl t hat there was a movement
among the farmer members to organ,
ize andic reje('t the hill. but, afteri ('nn
nideruitIon debhate. opposit ion melted
away' and the report of the conference
('ommiittoe was adoopted.
Both the house and senate ac'ented1
the report of the conference committee
fixIng a state income tax law.
Under the agreement fina'lly reach.
ed every person who pays a federal In
come tax must also make a return to
Bly a vote of 20 to 16 the senate
killed the Wightman bill to abolish
the state hoard of public1 welfare.
Senator Wightman asked that a vote
be0 taken without dhebate as he was
willing for that at(d at his suggestion
the bill was killed.
The measure hby Senators Laney and
flothea to authorize the superintend.
ent of the state penitentiary to sign
the cotton co-operative marketing as
seciation was passedl and sent to the
house after a motion to strike out the
enacting words had been lost by a
veto of 31 to 2.
Governoir Cooper signed the Miller
railroad commission hill creatinig a
now ralilroad. ('omiilssionl of se'veni
memb ers and1( abol shifng thle exIsting
railroad and( plict ser'vie comm is
sions. All the piov~'rs of t he two) old(
'o1)mmisions arie vested In thec now
body and ad(ditilonalI powers.
TUnder the terms of thle act the pres
ent mnember's of the old railr'oad1 coum.
ilssin wuill remiaIn as members of
the new body until their term expires I
and Frank Shiealy will 'reimaini chaui'
man until his term expires. No pro
vision is made aor the members of the
nnhlic ,srviee conmission,
the state and pay one-third o? the
anount paid the governmnent of the
United States to the state. Corpora
tions are affected as well as iddivid
pals, with the exception of insurance
companies, which are exempted. Oth.
or exemptions include federal emolu
ments and state employes.
The Goodwin resolution, which was
passed by the sena-te last week, met
with some little opposition in the
house, a number of members contend.
Ing that it was foolish to so attempt
to fx any definite hour of adjournment
when no one knows exactly when the
annual appropriation bill will be final
ly agreed upon. Thomas S. 'Mcblil.
)an of Charleston and John B. (Greer
of Greenville spoke in favor of the
resolution, while J. K. Owens of Ben
nettsville opposed the measure on the
floor. An amendment proposed by
Representative F. 0. Harris of Spar
tanburg, to strike out the Provision
in the resolution preventing the I in
ing back of the clock also furnished a
minor contest and was killed after
brief debate. Representative W. R.
Bradford of York spoke against the
amendment on the grounds that the
general assembly should not work on
Sunday. The resolution in its un
amended form was then agreed to.
Governor Cooper signed a number
of acts passed by the present general
assembly, chief among them being the
Blease law to prohibit carnivals or
like tented shows from exhibiting in
South Caolina except at state and
county fairs, and then when no ga:n
bling devices or games of chance aye
allowed. This act does not effect
circuses, as they may be licensed for
48 hours at any one Place in the
state. Chautauquas, "3illy Smindays."
dog and pony shows are not alfected,
the entire object being to rid the state
The text of the carnival act, which
became law with the signature of the
"Section 1. lie it enacted by the
general assem1bly of th'- st;at of
South Carolina, That on -iiI] after thI
oapproval of this act. nto ea1rh-als an(d
Ito traveling sliows exiblltit i imil er
tents shall he allowed licenses' or al.
lowedi to exhibited within this state;
IProvided. h'lat thle Provisions of this
act sha not a pply to circuses, which
imay ie liicensed for a tdile not ex.
ceeoding 48 hours at one(% place in any
01nW year; atnild provided, further, that
tie ptProvisions of this act shall not
aIl y to (hautaluluas and carnivals
at stat' and county fairs; Provided,
That only carinivals to which no
gaies of chance or gamtbling devicwe
are attached shall be allowed to ex
hibit it this state, Provided this shaill
not apply to (log and ponty Shows.
"Section 2. Any Person violating
the provisions of tills act shall be
fined not more than $500 or imprison
imont of not more than three months
for eact day oa(d teit shows and ear
nivals are exhibited.
"Section 3. All acts or Parts of acts
inconsistent herewith are hereby re'
A geleral doecrease of all telephone
rates in the state to the charges in
force Jantuary 1. 1921, is carried in the
F'oster telephone bill passed by the
senate anid agreel to it its amended
form hy the house and ordered en
rolled for ratiflcation. The measure
therefore iac'ks the formtal routine of
rat ifleat ion andti the signalltre of the
gove'rnor to bec'~omie effective.
The hill as originally introducedh by
the house priovidled for a scaIile ef
milnimnum rates for the state, hut the
house judiiry commhiittee to which
the bill was referred subst itutedl in
steadl a meiasure to providle for a r'e
turn to the rates in force throughout
the state on .Jantuary 1, 1921, prior
to the last inicrease granteod by the
state railrotad commtission aifter sev
er1al mionthis otf hearIngs and delibera
tions. The seniate amiendhed the hill1
in two lmnportatnt particula rs, providi
lng, first, for the reintat ement of
the free interurban toll service, which
the railroad commission had elim..
inated. andol Se'ondly, that the tele..
ithone comnpanies mtighit, if they dhe
sire, appeal to the state rail roadi com-t
mi ssion for atny chianges fr'omi the rate
schiedule ats prlovided ini t he bill. These
senmate aimentdmtents were agreedl to by
the house without rebate or opposi
This measure ini reinistating the
Januairy, 1921, rate schedule ptrovidhe,
for dlecrenses in practically every
('ity andC towtn in thte state, with the
except ion of onie. in which the ('01
misisioni in drawing up its new sched
uile redhucedl the c'hargesK to make thtem
conform to the rates in other ex
changcai of the same size in the state.
The house of representatives, by3 a
vote of 41 to 44, sustained the gover
nior's veto of the bill to incerease the
number of the nmembhers of the board
of trustees of the University of 0'ith
Carolina. The btili was passed almost
unanimously by the house last year
' and was suipportedI over te gover
nor's objections by practically every
alumnus of the inistitution in tihe
The Leopard chiropractic bill was
sent to its legislative grave by tho
house of represetatives by the over
whelming vote of 39 to 19. after r,
lengthy and very heatedh debtate.
The hill woutldill hnve proidedlci for
the c'realtion of a boartd of chiroprte.
tic examuiner's to exaimine atnd liceniic
chtI roprt''Iors for the pra'~ct Ice (If thle iu
iprofiessiont in th state. Dr. i' iIr.
I Iarntiwell of C'hartleson Dr~l.1. S. TI. I)
I ~toacste r of Spata nhuilirg, J. WV. I I:nna,
haun (if Winntsbioro and1( A. (1. Kenneidy
otf Uniotn bore the btrtunt or the figat
against th le meaure wh I.uvile (Claud1( N
Sapp (tr (olumbilia made(1 ptractilcally thii
(only3 ar'gmntentt itn favor of the hili.
Jfame(s DeTrevt'~ille of Colletoni spoko
briefly Int oplpositiont to the bill, whue
J. R1. O'Rourko of Charleston asked
that the nmeasure be passed.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES
HAT HAS OCCURhED DURING
WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN.
, TRY AND ABROAD
Bathered Prom All Parts Of The
Globe And Told in Short
A strike of ship officers has been
[leclared at Vera Cruz, Mex., against
vessels owned by the Mexican Stea m
ship company, which is controlled by
the Mexican government.
Arrival of Dr. Willitani J. Mayo, of
Rochester, Minn., at Mexico City, Mex.,
revived rumors that President Obre
gon niust submit. to an operation on
his right arm.
Overthrow of the cabinet of Premier
Takahashi, the governmental crisis
growing out of disagreement on the
new budget, seemed averted tempo
Sir Robert Horne, chancellor of the
British exchequer, and Colonel Jasper
Theunys, Belgian premier and minis
ter of finance, enlivened the first con
ference of finance ministers of Great
-r'itain, Italy, lelgium and Franco,
according to newspaper reports.
'The house of commons will probably
adjourn to deblate the sit uation created
by unpllirecedeitted public recoiien.
dationis on the palrt of the government
of India, relating to Turkey and re
vision of the Sevtes treaty.
When I uis Frog. iea ding matador,
was seriously gored during a benefit
corrida recently. Dr. William J. Mayo,
A mericai sm'geon, who is visiting
Mexico ci(y, was requested by Presi
dlit Obrego nto examIine i-'reg.
The govern meat has defintely decid
ed to arrs(t Molianlas K. Ga indhi, the
non-co-operationist ieader. lie is now
inl tle Ajiiirv district. about 220 miles
souitlwest of ielhi. India.
Removal of Lord itending as viCeroy
of India. it is believed il some quar
ters, will be the eiionoiceent to the
publication of t he indiani goveriinient's
note. Tliere is notiing tatigilble on
wh iclh to base this hlief, bt11 it is not
improbable as a sequel to the virtual
dismissal of l'dwin S. Montagu as see
retary for India.
Little princes and princesses by the
score are available in Itussia for adop
tion by wealthy foreigners. The par
ents, where there are any, are will
ing. and even anxious, to let their
children go because of their own pov
erty and inability properly to care for
and oducate them.
Fifteen o fthe crew of the Bolshe
vik transport Gorki were killed and
many wounded when the ship's carge
of hand grenades exploded at Treb
izoud on the Black sea. The explo.
sion did some danage to the town,
where great quantities of munitions
have been received lately from Russia,
A number ot American shoe compa
nies and tanneries are establishing a
common sales agency in Ilamiburg forn
dealing with Germany.
The dlecision of the United States
not toparticipate in the Genoa (On
ference will not afoct th'e (late o1
nor the pla1ce for the conference as
far as Great Brittain is concerned, it
is officially~ stated.
Since the first of the year- the Mex.
lean government has repatriated sev
eral hundred Mexicans from the Unit.
edl States. Most of them are from To
10(d0 and Detroit.
Hearings by the house military com-.
mittee on the various prop~osals It has
received for private deCvelopment of
the government propierties at Muscle
Shoals, Ala., wvill be0 continuedi in.
dlefinitely, Chairman Kaihn announcced
The bureau of Insular affairs an
noiunc-es the need for sixty teacherse
in the Philippine school; salaries will
range from $1,500 to .$! .'b0.
An import dutty of seven cents a
Ipound on long staple cotton--the fig
urc In the emergency- tariff law--is
undlerstoodl to have been agreedl upon
by R~epublican members of the senate
finance committee wvho are rewriting
the Fordney tariff bill.
Investigation by the house military
committee of the various offers from
private interests for purchase, leaise,
Completion andl operation of the gov
ornmeont's power andl nitrate Projects
at Muscle Shoals, Ala., is moving
rapidoly nearer a conclusion, commit.
tee members report to the press.
Prison employees of the Atlanta
federal penitentiary have ea rnedl ap
proximately $45,000 under a bonus
system instajued by Attorney Glen
ral D~aughorty, accordling to a report
on federal prison conditions submit
ted to President Hiardling.
The pirohibiltion "navy" will be ready
for action In Atlantic coastal waters
In search of liquor smugglers some
time this month, it is dleclared at en.
('har-ging that thle four-power Pacif
ic I realty resulted from a ,Japa nese
Sirlt ishi plani to offset the ambharurass
lng effect of thle A nglo-.Jaianeose ail
I ianfle, oppionents of th1e4 paci 50oughlt
withlou t success in thle seua t e to learn
OXttly by whom thie original drIaft
oif thle document was pre'partedl.
C'omtroller- of the C'urrency~ Crissin.
ger anni tounmced that in erent of h
enaot meont of sold1iers' bonuits legislation
providing for paymeni by adjiistedl ser
rice certificates lie wvould adlvise n-.
ional banks to decline to accept the
certificates as seentyv fo oas
The government in making a final
effort to avert the bituminous coal
strike threatened for April 1, has is.
sued a 'WVarning-that "it has a.duty to
safeguard the interests of the people."
This was considered an indication that
the government would intervene
should the strike materialize and men
ace public safety. The declaration was
contained in a final appeal from Sec
retary of Labor ~lavis to the miners
and operators to meet in conference in
an effort to settle their differences.
Seven naval subchasers now are
cruising South Atlantic waters in
search of rum smugglers, it was learn
ed at the treasury.
Major General Peter C. Harris, ad
jutant general of the army since Sep
tember 1, 1918, plans to leave the ac
tive service about April 1, it was
Refusal of the United States to par
ticipate in the Genoa conference may
be viewed as the first step in a cam
paign of "tactful pressure" to promote
economic rehabilitation of Europe, it
was said by a high officials of the
American government. It should not
be regarded, this official said, as an
indication of the United States' desire
to hold aloof from the grave problems.
Members of the United Mine Work
ers of America, in the Alabama field,
known as district No. 20, diave voted
overwhelmingly to strike on April 1,
it became known here.
That the "pay-as-you-leave" plan
adopted at Bend, Ore , by two motion
picture theaters is resulting in bigger
houses and at lattst as large revenue
a4 formerly was M*e declaration of the
mnanager of the theaters.
Tie national offtee of the Socialist
ptarty began sending out an appleal
from Eugene V. Dlebs to all its mem
bers and affiliated organization urg
ing to work for amnesty for all so
called political prisoners. ....
William Kofenstein, fifty, of Cin
cinnati, has starte:1 on a twenty-day,
self-imposed sentence in the Bingham
ton jail. Sentenced fo- ten days for
intoxication, Koffenstein found his
nerves so improved by his rest cure
that he begged for ierinission to stay
a month. ilis request was granted.
Funeral arrangements were being
made at Bartow. Fla., for Dr. C. M.
Law, prominent physician of Arcadia,
i-la., who was accidentally electrocut
ed. Dr. Law was shocked to death
while taking an x-ray picture of a
child's fractured arm.
One hundred pounis of narcotic and
one alleged drug vender were in the
hands of the police at New York as a
result of a raid on the headquarters
of a drug peddling gang believed to
have engaged in the wholesale smug
gling of the habit-forming poisons.
Jacksonville is to entertain its pop
ulation with a spring meet of some of
the best horses in the country, it was
learned, when announcement was re
ceived from Ilavana that some of the
best hor-ses now racing in the Cuban
metropolis will come to Jacksonville,
Fla., for a nine-day spring meet.
Damages amounting to $21,62163
from the man whom she charges kill
ed her husband are e-xpectedh to reach
Mr-s. Parish McCranie, Pavo, Ga., in
the next few days.
The first arrest In the Arlington
batnk robb~ery' murdler case occurred at
Bronwiioodh, near D~awson, Ga., when
Chief Hill, of the police, and Sheriff
-Wood arr-ested a man named "Lanier,"
Dr. H. P. Brown fell dead in the
county treasurer's office at Davenport,
ia., after being told the amount of his
taxes, ie was 75 years old.
Ralph A. Day, Iprohibition enforce
ment director for Newv York, has gone
to Washington to confer with authori
ties in regard to preventing establish
mnent of a "floating b)ooze palace'' out
side the three-mile limit wvith a ferry
service to Newv York.
A Petition in hankruptcy was filed
against Theodore Bear-, said to be the
inventor of the "teddy bear,'' a wom
an's garment. llfs financial difficul
ties were caused by competition and
changes in the styles, it was claimed.
Residents of Porterville. Los Ange
les, and Fresno, Cal., were awakened
irecently by an earthquake, which rat
tiled windows, moved doors off their
Ihinges and threw fuirniture around.
People rushed into the strecets, but no
dlamage was dlone.
Seven persons are known to have
been killed andl scores were injured
in the wind and rain storm which
flooded streams and caused heavy
property damage in eastern Georgia
and wester-n South Carolina in the sec
tion around Au,gusta, Ga.
Josepjh B. Sugarmnan, head of the
btrokerage firm of J. B. Sugarman &
Co., surrendlered himself to D~istrict
Attorney Banton in New York and
pleaided not gilty to a charge of grand
larceny in the first degree.
Four men were killed and nine in
jurctd when a compressed air tank
at the Kansas City Railway compa
ny's bar-n exlloded, tearing out 20 feet
of brick wall of the plant and derail
ing miany street cars standing on near
A nman ridling a bicycle ptilhed up
alongside a man and wvoman in an au
tdomobile in the tnort hiern par-t of lDe
i-oit, M ich., flour-ished a pistol. de
ma0ndedld ob111lta in ed the miotorists'
zi~onoy, then pedlaledl himself to a
Glovernor- Rutssell of MississipKt r-c
cently signed the Stone itill abatIng
the billion (dollar anti-trust suit r-e
ccntly filed int the chancery coutrt or
Coinigton county by District Attor
ney A. J. Blrowvning against the life,
casualty and indemnityinsuraince cenm
panies doing business in thm ..t
WHEN HAIR THINS,
FADES OR FALLS,
85 cents buys a bottle
of "Danderine." Within
ten minutes after the
frat application you can
not find a single trace
of dandruff or falling
hair, Danderine Is to
the hair what fresh
showers of rain and
sunshine are to vegeta- i"
tion. It g6es right to the
roots, invigorates and
strengthens them, help
ing your hair to grow
long, thick and luxuri
Girls I Girls I Don't let your hr
stay lifeless, colorless, thin, scragp.
A single apillcation of delightful Do
derine will double the beauty and i.
diance of your hair and make it lo
twice as abundant.-Advertisemnent
Holy City In Early Days.
Anelent .lerusalen stood on' f(
hills, now alost entirely molded
gether, aind the intervenIng vialli
filled with debris. Mount Zion is t.
height on the souithi'est, the city
David, made conspleuous today by
towers (f the G lernumn ecelesiasti
buildings for which the forier kal;
gave tihe land. lounti torliah Is I
tihe east, the site of Rolomonl's teimpf
separated from Mount Zion by t
valley of the Tyrolloeol AMolmnt I
zeth i Is on hlil nral hi an 1Mountt Ak ?t
on the northtwlest. the two littler rep, -
senting the crowded (11111rters of t
Thousands Have Kidne
Trouble and Never
Applicants for Insurance Often.
Judging from reports from druggi'.
who are constantly in direct touch wi
the public, there is one preparation th
has been very successful in overcomia
these conditions. The mild and heali
influence of Dr. Kiliner's Swamp-Root
soon realized. It stands the highest fte
its remarkable record of success.
An examiniig physician for one of tI
prominent Life Insurance Companies, i
an interview on the subject, made the a
tonishing statement that one reason wh
so many applicants for insurance are rw
jected is because kidney trouble is i
commnon to the American people, and tb
large majority of those whose applict
tions are declined do not even suspei
that they have the "isease.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is on sa:.
at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes.
medium and large. Iowever, if you wis'
first to test this great preparation sen
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghan.
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. Whe.
writing be sure and mention this paper.
First Thiaef (in lintel bedhro
she watkes upl.
'It do~n't ? OIne c~reiam ii ould hein
ha1 Clfie folks in the house to t he door.
"She won't st'reamn. If shte wa'mkes ui
she'll thiruiw a sheet over her head an.
k eep st ill."'
"Why will she ?"
"11cr head~ is all up In curl pampers.'
DYED HER DRAPERIES,
SKIRT AND A SWEATER
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Each package of "Diamond Dyes" com
tains <brections so simple that anty womas
can di~e or, tint faded, shabby skirts,
dresses, waists, coats, swveaters, stock
ings, hangings, dhraperies, everything like
tnew. JHuy "Diamond Dyes"-no othern
kindl-then perfect home dyeing is gunaran.
teed, even if you have never dyed before
Tell your druggist whether the nmateria'
you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whethe,
at in linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Dia
muond D~yes never streak, spot, fade, os
run. So easy to use.-advertisement.
Eskimos Slaughter Musk Ox.
The Eskimio hunts the muask ox wit!
(dogs from whleh they do tnot flee. Or'
sIghting a small hanid lie lets one oi
twvo dogs loose wh~len the older ani
mais immaedately face' ouitwaird In de
fensive f'ora'aiton with d'nivesh hii the
ceniter, aind predparie to gIve fIght. As'
soon as the herd is thus "anchored"
the Eskimio lets aill his dlogs loose and
then proceeds to kill the amusk on
wIth gun oi' bow itam arow. 'L'he
miuslk ox are very fieree, iand if a
wounded hull ('hariges the Eskimo, the
dogs in turn lammedtlltely attack him,
which giv'es the hunter ai chance tc
shoot a second tie. lIn this waay the
Eskma Is table to dlispattch the- whet
Important to Mothers
Erlamine carefuilly every bottle o1
CARTOItIA, that famuous old remed.y
for infants and children, and see that It
in Use for Over 80 Years.
Chld~(ren Cry for Fletcher' a(Castoria
,, State of Washington.
Il'he state~ of'~~i Wshtington was for
merty mri l of' (Oregoni andi wats cre
lited t a tror In 1858. It wais ad-1
infllied to the( Unmion its a stiate IFeb
ruary 22, 1889).
1ow 'nni aI main's love grow cold
when, his ifle ke' , e'. b -..