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CALOM[L HMN BILIOS? NO!. STOP!
ACTS LIK[ DYNAMIT[ ON LIV[R
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tonic" will give you the
Best Liver and Bowel Cleasing You Ever Had.
Stop using calomel! It makes you you right II) and mako you feel fine
sick. Don't lose a day's work, If you and vigorous by morning I want you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious. or consti- to go back to thn ,tore and get your
pated, listen to me: money. Dodson's Liver Tone Is de
Calomel is ler'cury or quicksllver stroying the sale of calomol because
which causes liecrosis of the bones. It is real liver medicine; entirely veg
Calomel, when It comes into contact Mabie, therefore It can not salivate or
wvit i sour bile cl-ashes Into It, bl-eai- 1i yake you sick.
ing it. up). Thius Is when you feel that vI guarantee that one spoonful of
awful nausea and craminig. If you a n Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
'all knocked out, if your liver Is tor- .sluggish liver to work and clen your
)itl and1( howels constipated or you have bowels of that sour bile and constipat
headaeliedizziness. coatedi totgtai, if le waste which is clogging your sas
wibeath is bid o stomach sour just try te and making you feel misrable.
i spoonful o harmless h odson'syo fe . I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Ton e. a cver Ton o will keep your entire fain
' ere's n y guiraite- o to ry ily feeling fine for months. live it
hitig stow ansd get a 0 cent bottle of to your children. it is harmless;
h)eao ,d's Livie 'ote. Take a spooi 1 doesn't gripe and they like its pleas
il I onlbaht ad i it oesou st s traighten I ant taste.
*FRESH GARDEN SEED
Tone.Buy where ou are posir m
tive the Seeds are FRESH.
This is our first year
handling Garden Seed
hence you are assured of
no carried-over stock.
Handled in Bulk or in 5cts pack
ages. All kinds of the very
best Garden Seed.
m OIu - Suma h.1 c
i. at le. Yet Ktio g
1 5' A lit11"I' 1 '.
Specia TrainE TonTir
* Independent Trips Tour'; One Way
Through the Panama Canal and
Special Train Overland
Seaboard Air Line Railway
The 11 ' Tor will cnsumen 26 to 50) days,' incluilng ALL CX
Pl .I iuc as 11ailrtoad and( Sf1'tmsip) ares; Pullmain and
"tateroom 21 hrh;dinling ca Land1( steaunship mneals; the highest
'hissi hotel on Ameicanii planC\ xCpting 14)'s Anigeles and11 San
l''a isc whererooms only arie furin ihed-. aut1itive~ sightIseein g
Many Diverse Routes
I ildig IDenver Ci(olora.do Spreings, Cipile Crecek, Pike's Peak,
11eya ii(org, '-al t i-aike City, Ylilowst'.1one Nationali Parik, Grand
.Ianyon 02 Aizonat Oranige (Grovs1 0f S.ouitherni Calori ia, San)
Dhigo, isos Angelehs, C oast of Caiiforiaii 'an Francisco, Porltlandi
\iountains,15 t. Pauli and (Chi Ingo.
Alilitrains (quililed w..ithi AIL TII I P ulimain drin lg room,
(11tateroom ii tll I comparOil',) Iia obevtiotX Car an, d dine s for the
oi'.i C lsn ur i ials for h a ih nleip. Personadlly conduct.,
Si ad saitisla111'ory I chaeoned. Ladi s unort d a1ssuredi of' ev
Gattis Tourist Agency
. Tourist Agennts, S. A L Ry Rele:gh N. C.
THE WHY OF WORRY.
Those Who Live Only in the Present
Have No Fear of the Future.
We worry because we are afraid of
something. Worry is fear of the con
sequences of something that has oc
curred or something that may happen.
A curious thing about it is that it is
never associated with the immediate
present, it Is generally in the future,
though sometinies in the past.
Animals and babies who are con
scious of nothing but the present can
not worry. As all creatures, except
human beings. live only for the mo
ment, they do not worry because they
have no recollection of what has hap
pened iand can form no conception of
what may happen.
Human beings having the capacity
to look back or forward, mentally, are
susceptible to the fear that causes
worry, and, as most persons live more
in the past or future than in the pres
ent, this tendency affects for worry
or not, according to our viewpoint of
life in other respects. Worry is mental
fear of an impending something.
Persons affilicted will be less worried
about their condition than relatives or
friends who sympathize with them. A
person may worry in anticipation of
a sickness or operation, but when they
have the sickness or the operation is
performed. the worry disappears, and.
though they may fear, they cannot
worry in the present.-ioston Herald.
BEST PAYING RAILROAD.
It's a Little One, Built of Scrap iron
on Wooden Rails.
The railroad that pays the biggest
dividends on the capital invested is,
according to the Technical World rag
azine, the Grand Island railroad. It is
in northern Alberta, Canada. 200 miles
from any ti unk line or feed.
It Is only a quarter of a mile long
and built of scrap iron on wooden
rails. Its rolling stock consists or two
battered freight cars, which are push
ed along the road by The men who ship
the freight, no locomotives being used.
The freight that is handled on this
road consists principally of furs, which
are towed up the Athabaska river on
scows hauled by men, atire laden on
the cars, pushed down the railroad and
shipped again on other aeows, thereby
circumventing 'the dangerous Gi[rind
rapids. Returning, the scows carry all
sorts of freight for the undson Bay
company's factors and are floated down
The Hudson Bay company charges
$2.50 a ton for all freight on this little
railroad, and the shipper must handle
his own godvs and push the cars him
Where East Seems West.
Those who have crossed the tine Into
the soutliern regions of out globe tare
aware that in Chile the sun hseems to
rise in the West and set in tle east.
In spite of knowing the contrary to be
the faet. It is well niigh impossible to
shiake of' th strang' illusion. A nd
this beclise our S(enses conspire to tell
us the reverse. As in north temtpe-ate
lititutdes tile suii ieer attains t.hiie
ze111th in its lhoebus driven course.
we instinctively face the s11nward halt
of' the sky whell we look s0thi ind be
low the euilaor, and w e are hetted
itn our deception by tle cold wils
whlich blow. as at h1oitme, from tle Op
posite (uar1i-ter. To fill a ill senses north
is soith 111n4d sout n1111ort The siun, ris
tig otn our1 righit fto set upon ~lotur left.
wor d fiomt wvest lto ea:st ini a thlorotigh
ly uptltting wa~y.- l'ervieni Lowecll in
utal many ar'e too isignttiitnit Iin siz/e
to ext'itc the anbdir. Bt there are
(Iuite enloughi larige onles to maikei ex -
itlng sport I or thle mlost inistidilous
ltr( Ihe natve uses at diighy, bult when-i
hei goes~' to thle reef Ite travels ini a
what~lehoiit or miotorb~oat. in -almtost
every IHermu~tdat by one finds1 p~ond~s
that are stocked with tishies itat arec
beIng fattened fotr the market like
Force, Wisdom and Faith.
When a humnan soutl drlaws its first
fur'rows stratighlt the rest will surely
follow.' llenc(efoth y'our existenuce be
colmes coniSeless net Iv'i ty. 'Te universe
belontgs to' him whio wtills, whlo knowvs,
wholi( prays, but thei lust w-ll, lie must
knowv. lhe mutst pray. in a wvord, he
mutst piossess force, wvisdoim and faith.
lie conquerors on the eatrth. Your con
vietions will be0 changed to certainties.
-Hlonore do Banlzac.
*~l nAn lillustratIon.
"o many men there have been
whose merits wvere not ap~preciated till
after their death," said the expert ini
"Oh, well," replied the patienit person,
"that's thle way it is all through nature.
A tutrkey struts around a whole life.
time without any idea what it is really
good for."-Washiungton Star.
"How do you supipose Noah managed
to keep his are lights going?"
"Well, from the fact of the flood
there mutst have beenR a str-ong current
To Wear Better.
Leniders-Saty, I've ham carrying
those 1. 0. U.'s of y'ours' unu1l they are
about worn out. flurrowvs--oorry, old1
mnan. Next time I'll uise better paper
--hioston 'lTran scrlipt.
A man) doies not please long wvheni he
has 01nl3 0nnn pecIne of mvi, r .. nlohi
Bieds of Dlsitnotlon.
,The crow and the bird of paradise
were talking about fame.
"Why, you nre so homely you are
only known to the farmers," sneered
the proud bird of paradise. "Now, I
am so beautiful I have my feathers on
the hats of the soclety women." -
The crow laughed sardolcally.
"That may be, my friend," he
chuckled, *but I have my feet under
their eyes."-Chlcago Nqws.
There are a number of dayligflt dark
nesses recorded in history, among
them being those in B. C. 205. A. D.
252, 746 and 775. There was a dark
day In England in .Janunry, 1807. and
another on Oct. 21. 1810. There was
also a dark day in Detroit on Oct. 10.
1702. On May 10. 1780, there was such
atmospheric gloom over Hartford,
Conn., that the legislature adjourned
for the day.
Now He Reminds Her of it.
"Ha I I've a good joke on my wife."
"What is it?"
"She wouldn't give me a letter to
mail because she was positive I'd for
get It. and then she carried it around
three days in her -shopping bag."-Bos
George-With the assurance of your
love I could conquer the world. Grace
-That will not he necessary. All you
have to do is to conquer papa.-Lon
Success is sweet, the sweeter if long
delayed and attained through mani
fold struggles and defeats.-A. Bron.
AH! 11W "1IZ" 1E1PS
TIRED, ACHING FEET
"), (61lorious lelief.. How my sore,
swoil-en, Sweaty, calloused feet.
ached for 'IZ'"
Ah! wha* relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet; no moie swol'
len. had smelling, sweaty feet. No
"Pull, Johnny, Pull!"
11101,4. ') 'lC g III cornis, ,callotses,
o Iatter what ails your feet or
whiat iIIIier the stiln you've tid wilI.
Oi! ge'tt ing relief, just use8 "TIZ".
"Tiz" is tile olly reted((y that dlraws
ut. all h1111 poisolotus exliI*1tiols whill
mIr up he i ftot. "TIZ" ures your
foot trolIble so you'll never limp; or
'aw up your lface in pain. Your1.
S won't se.em1, light n111(d y*our febet
wi ever', n'eer II 't o1 get sore
and wollenI. Think1 of1 it, 11o mlore( foot
y11,0 111010 agony fron1 (oris,
Cm. 1mlnes or1 11111ons.
a 2.7 t'-(I box at any drtug tore
0W <im(tJm't 1,11 slto'e and1l get instant
n ry "TZ"C. (h-t a whole yea r's loot
Conifort for only 2.5 eents. TI1n11k of
A Shortenedt Visit.
lhav e aI good Itiiiie't"' illi'd the~ fond
wise chlild. "'Iler' .nurtse8 sahil she could(
1)i11y I wo0 hours, but I gaive' her some
l(essons onl how to Il~ t bh v iwhn on a
visit, 11nd( I rentli to let se'verl chap~lters
fr'omi thatt deont lit tle bokt yiou ga ve mec
enllid 'i'unliious lS'oits For l'ollte
l 'oople,' tinid she1 went1i home1) an hour
A Strong Resemblance.
"WhaIit al tfunny1 loik Iing nutit1 t hot con
(1u1t1or is." said1 airs. JIiggles on the
"Yes." said Jiggles. "I've Deeil trying
to thInk who he looks like. his face
isl very'3 faillar to tue."
"Oh. I kniow wh'lo it is." satid Mrs.
Jiggles. "It's our goldish."-Jutdge.
If you1 shiade your1 eyes you weaken
your! sense of hearing. If you sIpl a
glass of cold( wa'iter' yotu will increase
for' a short time y'our' p~ower' of vision.
If you till y'our mouth with water you
will greatly strenigthlen your senlse of
"What Is your occupation?2" asked
the judge of a witness.
"Same ole thing, jedge-prayin' for
rain or shine as they're needed an' pre
dictin' the end o' the world whenever
tihe sIgns p'int thlatawtry."-Atlanta
"Hlow was he acquItted?"
"Heo doesn't seem crazy."
"lIe isn't. It w1as the jury that' was
off."-Kansas City Times.
Colds anti Croup .in C'hiildren.
Manly peo0p)1 rely upon01 C;hamr'
Ilin's Cough teimedy Iimpid I t ly in eas
es of 'olds~ and1( croup, and 1111It nlever
disappoin)111ts themil. AIrdls. E-. 11. Th'lomas,
t'oundl C'hmambrla)lin's Cottgh JRemedy
1.o lbe thle bes't mledlidne for' colds and11
01roup 1IIhave over' used1, and1 gover t ire
of recommending It to 1my3 neiglhors
antd friends. I hove always gIven it
to my childi'en when suffeing from
croup11, and it has never failed to) give
thecm prompt r'elicf." For sale by all
New Flour Mill
We are installing a French
Burr Flour Mill, capacity 125
bushels per day
Ready for operation- by
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.
Only a limited number of Blankets on (
hand--these are offered at prime cosi to
~Toric Lenses give a larger field
4of clear vision, and their curv
jed shape makes them appear
/" very much neater than flat
lenses. Your eyelashes will not
touch them, nor will you find
any rear reflections to confuse
TOR C and annoy. Let us explain their
LENSES many advantages to you.
B. W. LOCKNER, Optometrist
Laurens, S. C.
MAN is judged by the clothes he Wears.
He is likewise judged by his Stationery.
This tact being true, why not have the
best ? You can be sure of getting the BEST
by sending your next order to The Adverti
04ser Printing Company at Laurens.c