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CALOMEL IS HERCURI
Don't Lose a Day's Work! 11
Bowels Constipated Tak
You're bilous! Your liver is slug-I
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad.; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
sick, you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomnel crashes into sour- bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when!
you feel that awful ilausea and cramp
If you want to enjoy the nicest,
gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced, just take a sPooifill
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tono to
night. Your druggIst or dealer sells
you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone under my personal money-back
IF the child has a I
study by. The
saves eye strain. It
its best-clear, mellc
The RAYO does nc
is easy to light, easy
rewick. The RAY
cannot get a better 11
Richmond, Va. BALTI
And For Three Summers Mrs. Viin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"! suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on mec, I
would have to give up and lie down,
til it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state of
hiealth, when I finally decided to try
Cardud. the woman's tonic, and I firmly
. orEXPERT SfO]
SHOGES REPAIRED IN FIRST-C]
SWe use the best leeather thal
* or will please and that our s<
Black Cat's Paw and Spring
Tan Cat's Paw and Spring St
* O'Suiiivan Rubber' Heels..
'Heinbachs Interchangeable Ri
- Half Soles, machine or hand
. Halt Soles, sewed, women .
* Heels flxed .... .... .....
HIalf Soles, tacked, men ..
* Halt Soles, tacked, ladles..
* We put on any kInd of rubb
wholesale prlces we are able to<
We have just received a new
* while you wvalt. We (10 the wvorkl
*.New York San
'I SIcK NS!
AND BOELS G[NIY
Your Liver is Silggish or
e Dodson's Liver Tone."
guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your sluggish liver better than
a dose of nasty calomel and that it
won't make you sick.
Dod'son's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
ing because you will wake up feelhig
line, your liver will be working, your
headache, and dizziness gone, your
stomach will be sweet and your bow
els regular. You will feel like work
ing; you'll b,) cheerful; full of vigor
ODodsont's Liver Tone Is entiroly vege
table, therefore hariles.afid can not
salivate. O1 e it tqyour children.
Million$ of plople iafe using Dodson's
Liver Tone It 11a4 of dangerous calo
mel now. Your druggist will itell you
that the sale of calomel is almost stop:
ped entirely here.
ig, generous light to
is kerosene light at
w, and unflickering.
it smoke or smell. It
to clean, anl,~easy to
0 costs littlp;but you
imp any price.
ERSEY) Charlotte. N. C,
MORE Carleston,s w.C
believe I would have died if I hadn't
After I began taking Cardul, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three nmontp~s, I felt like an
other person altogethe/."
Cardul is purely yegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredjents have a mild, tonic
effect, on the werflanly constitutIon.
Cardul makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardul has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
it will surely do for you, whant it has
done for them. Try Cardul today.
Wriue to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., 1ai'Ad
visory Dpt. Chattana, Tand . fo h~e~lI
aASS STYIMD WHILE YOU WAIT.
is made &nd guarantee that our
>les il ear.
Step I~ s .... .... ....40c
el)H 3,.... .... .... ..50c
....... ... .... .... ....50c
ubber He~els .... .... ....0c X
eowed, mna's .... .... ....75c
-..... .... .... .... ....65c
... .... ......... ......10c
......... .... .... .... ....50c
...... ........ .... ....40 c
er heels. Buying our sup~plies at *
lo this cheaper than others.
machine that ill sew your shoes
iple Shoe Store
DEATH OF L. A. BRENNECKE.
WOli Known und Popular Young Mail
Tho many friends hi Laurens of L.
A. Brennecke will read with .the deep
est regret the following account of his
sudden death in Highlands, N. C., last
Wednesady morning. Mr. Brennecke
spent several months in La0urens hav
Ing .In charge the closing-out sale of
0. 11. Simmons Company and while
here his unusually attractive disposi
tion made him many friends:
The following account of Mr.
Brennecke's death is from a Walhal
la special to The Greenville News :
"Louis A. Brennecko died sudden
ly this morning at nine o'clock at
Highlands, N. C. His body will be
brought here for burial. He was
born here over 30 years ago. He
leaves his mother, Mrs. Fannie Bren
necke, one sister, Mis; Marguerite,
and two brothers, Frank Brennecke,
of Columbia, and Harold Brennecke,
of Riedsville, N. C. Louis has al
ways been frail In body but had a re
markably bright mind and a sunny
disposition. He was well known
throughout this State, and hatl many
staunch friends wherever he was
known. lie spent part of his time
at Greenwood. Some months ago lie
went to Highlands for his health.
The reports were that lie was doing
fairly well. The news of his death
was a shock to friends here."
A HAPPY CHID IN
JUST A FEW HOURS
When crosS, constipated or if feverish
give "California Syrup of Figs" then
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"Oalifornia Syrup of Figs," because
in a few hours all the clogged-i)
waste, sour bile and fermenting food
genaly moves out of the bowels, -and
you have a well, playful child again.
Clhildren simply will not take the time
from play to empty their bowels, and
they become tightly packed, liver gets
sluggish and stomach disordered.
When cross, feverish, restless-; see 'f
tongue li coated, then give ,tfnis deli
clous "fruit l'aaative." Cilldren love
It, and it can not cal.e injury. No
difference what ills y ir little one
if full of Cold, or a ore thlt., diar
rliooa, stomllach(c) ,, be(I breath, re
member, a gen'tre "inside cleansing"
should always be the fIrst. treat ment
given. Full directors for babies, chil
dren of all ages and grolwn-u)s are
prilted on each bottle.
Iewari'e of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for -a 50-cent bottle of
"Caliiforni a S yrup of ligs," then look
car-eflIly and see that it is made by
the "Califoralu Fig Syrup Company".
We mako no sm.aller size. Iland back
witl coln(em)pt any other fig syrup.
In Hionior of 3rs, 31uy,
A unitt(-e reception was hlid at tie
lollie or .\lr. antd .\ls. ,1. 1,. .\lims
ridtlay evenilg, being give11 by the
m0embl1ers~i of the Ileestrick skile ill
holno olf . T. .ai y ami his bridl..,
ot uby wer' iee nombers1011 oy tu
(1knh-. -a ly th am ~ isrit the wellt
itow- n 1o:m.o, "Th ib tr t ke .
nos5 g i'ln ot 1-:li;: uieht, theu gla 'S
the os t r ni nt p o h o
-f hono'we saniti bym f1or
Telf in . 'he ile loOI501 leo in e ler Te~
T.~ .me.e Afte lbe (r lstnColrse ha
rceenl seried, ap.N.G whl'athee
the membsers aos te aule nnoned th
toatseye were respy coded to ihn
lie follwin thord "Ti thetso'
Half"nS omoedb okne; "fThe Other
alf," Word f wComn toRthe ofutits
onfion' were 'sidmcby Arhu W.
Cheakhns. Te dorsofth dkecoratod
adnn FrevrmE H.r Fhok. Cap. vand
thln gae sed abound ladvie toe to
sholaen oft the lath clirax had
been ocsiovedechhe Capt. .Eas h
tvasmaste apeacit ofnouncdhe
calehe ln order skue andeatcr
wa alledS McG.esomin;r "The Othr
Mayf," th. newl mariedhurn;b ofth
thes',e wiit ans'otmetke, such as
then gaesoe inound eaydace tof the
"stlrsocth skule. AoThe laxs
te occasio as rohdwen brupt.
vanskn rother capaose, bofe ofacher
caledve rllto of e1 skue mudch
schodr advancedasyhis on he name
aso cawee gretyenjoyeg she andiMrs
amaed newy marrie Casombeo
te sku'e ofth some tkeld suho wer
was. irnTedn Stte erydyoh
"deestrick sue."f WAlln thae, pres
d icken aostr, aic fromsei basto po
. M .I.~l4~S&(0
"A WOMAN'S DEBT."
Unusually Attractive Motion Play
With Cleo Madison.
An offering of unusual Interest this
week to motion plcture patrons of the
Idle Hour will be Miss Cleo Mudison
in a new production, "A Woman's
Debt." Miss Madison ranks among
the greatest photoplay notresses in
America. In "A Woman's Debt," which
will be shown on Saturday at the Idle
lour, Miss Madison surpasses even
the big success site achieved when 8h'3
starred ii "The Trey o' Hearts," con
ceded to have been one of the best
acted 'motion picture serials ever paro
duced on a screen.
The Ill-or Regulates the Body-A
Sluggist Liver Nee(1 ('are.
Someone has said that people with
Chronic Liver complaint . should be
shut up away from hiumhlnity, for they
are pessimists alid see through a
"glass darkly." Why Because men
tal states depend upon physical states.
Biliousness, headaches, dizziness and
constipation disappear after using Dr.
King's New Live Pills. 25c at your
Jolnson Put on Trial, Convicted and
Put on Trial Again at Once.
Raleigh, .N. C., Jan. 22.-J'am2s
.Johnson, allas "Portland Ned," who
was pardoned from the South Caro
lina penitentiary by Gov. Cole L.
DIlease and who made hIs escape
from Blease's office while federal
officers were walting to return him
to North Carolina for trial on the
charge of robbing tile poatoffice a-t
Plymouth, N. C., in 1898, today was
found guilty in lie federal court
here of robbing the Silver City (N. C.)
postoflice April 3, 1913. T. A. Con
%%ay, all alleged accomplice of John
son, also was found guilty.
Immediately after the jury returned
it. verdict .Johnson was placed oil
trial oil the Plymouth robbery charge.
Johnson was sentenced to five years
Ir. the Atlanta penitentiary in the
Siler City case ad two years oil the
Conway was sentenced to five years
for complicity in the Slier City rob
Stop That Cough--Now.
When you Catch cold, or begin1 to
couigh, tile first. thing to do is to take
Dr. Hell' linle-Tar-leury. It pene
trates tile lilinis of (he tlhroat and
iltings an(d lights the (rmls ot the dis
i'aum, givin: luick / lief il natural
lealing. "0r wih e family 'iellenl
onl 1lie-Tar-Ilonei l'or coughs and
colds," writes .Mr. E. \Villaims, Ilatnil
ton, OhIo. It always helps. 2.,( at
4*ard4 (if Thank11ls.
We want to Ihank ont l'iendlo it'
~ituns alid a ro ull 01(h hoiod n,
lI rrh-ane, for their hindiness atul
love., sh wn us<1rinh' th ll ne ~ !!nd
<! 1* of lo dar-lin r m(thor, . r -. 1.
m e:- :! :E wit~ithf-11 is4 our 9-y r
C , i i n.
anfw To live Quino To Cillen.
F~i~fmuI T.JN1- is t he trie-tur tiante aivetn to on
tu1rovetd Qui line. I is a T ateless svrn , . -
nnt to take nI'l does not i.tiub,11t the stunt1 h.
Chuildrent take it :nol i' ver k ows it is Qe-in~n
I.'so eecianIy relauted to ndlonsr whoc ( nIniet
lake ordintary Qiiuiin. Doa:- not )'usu at eri(:i
cause nervounston.s n Ur gigig in thr ht-ad. Try
it tihe next hu' inta you wrd lirune foiray r
pose-. Ask for 2-onte~ ori51nul p) kai - Thr.
)uime FF.UR1 LI1N iE isl lown in battle. 25 C:
('llA.\ilS I N S4i illl:s 0O.'
Ci Alhi. +:ST'ON & Wi-:si:hN C A LiI.
On acco'Iunt (of presen'iIt cnild it ins
and14 inilInIg off ini buinesit's, It irest lni
& 11esh'tern i ari lina ..a ihuty3 i hae
T1ralin No. 460 leni lag A ugusta at 5:30)
A. M. and14 Ti'in No. I5 arriving Alu
ixusta 5:17 P. 311., wIll lbe dilscontinuecd
betweeni Aulguista and4 Alilenudale, and14
will run1 daily1, e'xeptt SundaIiy, betwcein
Adiendaule and1( Port ltoyail.
Tr'ialus Nos. 47 anud 48 will be put on
Sunday only, be'twieen Yemaissee and
Poirt 110oyal; No. 48 leaving Yemlassee 9)
A. M., No. 417 leavIng Port loyal 'f:15
T1raluts Nos. 5 and 0 bietween Augusta
andl4 Anudersonl will be dlis'onitinued~.
Tiraiu No. 1 will leaive Augusta a1
10:85 A. M., insteadl of 11 A. Ml. mnak
hug 'local stolps betwecen Augusta and
Greenwood' exnent iBonair, betwveen
Gireeniwoodlun Spartanburg. at Coro
naco, Laurei r~inoree and Woodruff.
Will connect at 3McCormilek for Ander
son, arrivino' Anderson 8:10 1P. M.
Train No. 4 will Ieave Spartanburg
2:20 P. M., arriving Augusta 7:15 P.
W1. Will stop at Woodlruff, Enoree, Lau
rens, Waterloo. Greenwood and local
statione fronm Greenwood to Augusta,
Train .io. 6I will ileave Andeirsont 7:30
A. H.. arriving M[c(ormaiek 10:05, con
necting with N o. 2 for Augusta.
MLixed Train No. 2'2, daily exceput
Sunday wvill leave Anderson 1:10 P.
al., arriving )1eCormlekk at 5:05 P. 31l.,
connecting with No, 4 for Augusta.
Ti'ahk No. 6 will leave .,ormliek at
12:30 P. M., artivinig Anderson 3:10
P. M., connecting ithi Train No. I
Tlraln No. 21, mixhed tra'in, dlaili ex.
cept Siuday, ill denie ic le(4formic'k
5:80 A. 31.. arriuing AndI~ersonI 10 A. 3M.
Th'ie ruillmaon Parlor 4 at' between
\ tguusta and4 Ashe4s ille, 11a Spartan-.
burg and1. Souith~ern Itaillway, ont Trains
Nos. 1 n 114 wikl Ii' discontnued at
((eI Septemberi~t 20th.
Othier slight clhnnye allh be itnntan.
After taking inventory of stock find we
have too many Winter Goods on hand.
While it is possible the most severe weath
er is yet to come an opportunity is offered
to those who are not provided to secure
Winterwear at much below market value.
Below are a few of the many items offer
ed where market value loses its identity:
54-ineh all wool heavy Plaids, the dollar tinality, now . ..75
45-inch Roman Stripes, former priee 50e, now the yard .39
All Plaids and Stripes that were 25)e now ....... .... .22 1-2
Silk finish Poplins and Reps, were 25e and :Me now. . .22 1-2
AMONG TlE UNDERWEAlR.
The stoek of Ladies' and Children's Vests. 25e grade
al sizes 'for. .... .... .... ....... .... .... .... .. .20
Ladies' bleached, heavy, filecee, ribbed Vests and Ilants,
were $1.00 a suit now .... .. ......... .... ..... . .85
If desired they come inl separate pi'eees.
The saile proportionate eut inl Men's Underwear.
The reliaining stock of Ladies' and Children's Sweaters
have suf'ered the unkindest eut of all.
All heavy, dark Oitings and Flanneletts, 1e(I iuality .08
A good quality yard-wide Sea Island, yard or piece .. .08
One lot, Sea Island in lenigths rmning froim 10 to 20
y-irds at. the yard .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .04
Colored Cheeked lloimespiuni at samenc price as above.
A limited iunher of 2-ineh I'mbrelhis. P'aragoi fraie,
stee'l rod anI stylih handles. ('Covered with fine water
inoir Twill ('ltli, . c\--ellent :l e kwr $1. . it ti). .75
Only a limited number of'.Blankets on
hand--these are offered'at prime cost to
or d* o
0 SUR Ct 0
BOOSTERS! REMEMBER THIS
GRAND PRIZE PIANO
1n order to go. people more familiar wih wi hat we sell, we .shaull
give a premniunt to the person who makes the most comaplete list
of articles that we carry for sale, and to each person brliging a
list of at least three articles to our' store will be given fIfty Booster
Coupons. To the per~soni handling In the miost compllete list will lbe
given a 42-piece ilinner Set and 10,000 coupons; to the second, 8,000
couplons ; to the .third, 6,000 coupons; .to the fourt h, 4,000 coupons;
and to the fifth, 2,000 coupons. In case of a tie for fIrst lplace the
dlishes willl be sold at auction and the money divided, but the
prlemilumi coup)ons will be dlividedI equally amlonig all tioing. To each
plersoni bringing in a list, no matter' how small, who makes a pur
chase of $1.00 or more at the .time, will he given 1,000 extra Booster'
'Coupons lesides those given with the purchase.
in making a list, just name the kind of article; for' example, if
there arc 20 barrels of sugar i-n the store, just put "sugar" on
Al.l ltsts must be in before Saturday night February 27th.
The plan by w-hich you may get thousands of coupons will close
Who will furnish music for one hour next S'aturday? Two
Boosters can furnish music one hour each.
STAND)ING OF BALLOT BOX COUNT MONDAY,
FIRST--Miss May Roper'.
SICCOND)--Mrs. Eva Teague.
TIR~D--Miss Ruth Patton,
F"OURlTIl-Miss Allierta Riddell.
Others following closely.
THE BOOSTER STORE
J. C. BURNS & Co.