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CALQM1 [ IS M[RCURY9
Don't Lose a Day's Work. I
Bowels Constipated Tak
You're bilious! Your liver Is slug
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is oated; breathi bad;, stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
sick, you may lose -a day's work.
Caloniel Is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp
If you want to enjoy the nicest,
gentlest liv.cr and -wel cleansing you
ever experienced just take a spoonful
of harmless Dodsdn's Liver Tone to
night. Your druggist or dealer sells
you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone under my personal money-back
You'll se;.e her
and onl thle Collu
1OVE - the
Alreaty it ha
easier andi kit
Matle inl 1, 2
sizes; also NIE\
stoves wvithi fire
to obtaini the
For Job Printing see
SThis is an ailment that affec
.a particularly prominent symr
Sand other disorders from whici
Is a Medic
it acts on the nerves, quiets ir ritatio
Sthe strength and energy of health.
and discouraged from constant suff e
alive influence. It promotes gooi
Ssleep, steady nerves, the enjoyme
It is pleasant to take and accept
Sold by Drugglste and 1
C. P. B3~IMONS MEDICiI
AND BOWELS GENRLY
f Your Liver Is Sluggish or
6 "Dodson's Liver Tone."
guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your sluggish liver better than a
dose of nasty ca-lomel and that it won't
Make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
Ing because you will wake up feeling
tine, your liver will be worl ing, your
headache and dizziness 6no, your
stomach will be sweet at your bowels
regular. You wi fee -like working;
you'll be cheerful; 1 of vigor and
tDodson's Liver one is entirely vege
table, therefore harmless and can not
salivate. Give it to your children
Millions of people are using Dodsin's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous calo
mel now. Your druggist will tell you
thiat the sale of calome is almost stop
ped entirely here.
111t 0 i'll lOWS'
n tei- 'I f hardw\\arc,
fOr l'tle N E\W
N OIL COOK.
foO th Wc N1l(I C.
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3 r111(d 4 l)u11'0C1'
ICsS Cookdng OVCDl
ra Security Oil
1 White Oil
best results in oil
ers and( Lampls.
J'rsey) Charlotto, N. C.
IlMORE) Charleston, WV. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
Advertisen' Printing (
is women to a large extent, and Is
ptorn where there are irregularities
women only suffer.
ine for Women
n, strengthens weakened parts and restores
Nervous women who are run down, weak
ring revive at once under its powerful restor
dl appetite and digestion, sound refreshing
nt of a healthy body and cheerful spirits.
able to the most delIcate stomach.
)eate. Prlee $1.00 Per Bottle
up CO:.. ST. LOUISl. MISSOUI
COULD STILL ORDER WHISKEY.
Contributor to The State Points out
'That Prohibition Law Will not Ef
feet Stoppage of Individual Ship
'To the lditor of Thp State:
Since the publication of nmy coi
munication in The State on July 5. 1
have examined the act of the legisla
ture, to wvhich I had given only a
cursory reading. I stated that if the
prohibition vote prevailed we should
lose the existing privilege of ordering
one gallon per month of spirits, wine
or beer from outside the State. MY
more careful examination leads ime
to feel pretty sure that that effect
will not follow, or at least ought not
When a sum of money or other
value is sent by a person in this State
to a dealer in another State for the
litrchase of an article, and that ar
ticle is in conseqiuence turned over
by the seller to a carrier designated by
the purcha'ser (as an express com
pany) for transportation, that act of
the seller constitutes the sale, and
thereby the sale is made outside the
State-that is, in Kentucky, or Tenl
nessee or Virginia, or wherever the
seller carries on his business. The
transaction therefore, does not conie
withii the prohliblit ion of sale witliin
South Carolina set. forth in section
I of tile act of February It6, 191i5.
Tlie result. will be differetC in hIlie
case of goods sent. e. o. d. from oitside
the Riate. h'llere tle sale is not coin
plete uI1l the price is paid by tlie
buyer to the expresa agent, and coi
sequently, it Inay -be held Ihat tle
sale is to such extent witlii tile SItate
as to bring it within the iihibition
to take effect if the majority of votes
at, the election be for piolibition. And
in any case, it will be best to be on
the safe side and vote against the
prohibition-that is, best for those
who are opposed to prohilbit ion. It
is always dangerous to depend upon
a perfectly accurate construction of
a statute by the courts wlien there is
indication of a purpose in the act not
J. F. .1. 2aldwell.
There is nore Catarrh in this section of
the country thinn all other diseases put
togetlier. i l ntili the last few years
wis sipposel 1to I incutrabltle. For a
great miatny years loetors prI otticed it a
lu-al ilsvase andl prsrilw .I local reme
dits. anil by onstant: d tilhit ito eiir
with o al tr:tte tlinent. prnlil ne11 it :t le u. -
b . elett hsI s 4 t ol Cve st:errh t- ho t
const it Itc 411 -iti .: , i In. i*ti- f
- ti&'t tiIti. iti tIl'lt:II tre itti t. 44 : I t
: t'11'4.ll 1'1i1, til :it l4 'Ic i l t i \ 1ar, . .I
i(l b.- ey & (Co.. T l -,()hlt(). is th ol11t
SwnsP l ituIonll Mre (Ill. lmctr i. It I:
tialt 1es t riatily. it lt es tit tly 4I iel
hhpal tunt.ousa sort:i- lof iysteIn
lO'oi'e CI 5' i 01 s 1) ' l t - titi fectl' i Irt'ilar
.\vere .1 F It iF y Crs Toldo.
1,11e l hvfe I g- il i w '011%11 p .
'ra1 e m lyIa i e i i l'ils 'r collp t~l
Two gty-ii , c I S ilvested 1 1 hol
Ih- of ('h1a bi erla1 in' ' i. I ;'hlir
an)d ! 41 . wlhoa l iltdy wis i tbli
. )it h l o rote i r I:mnily I
:1n:' i 5 'nttu4') :; reisial ye I ri
n a111n1 of riti. or
the : m r ol(h.r. III I I I n '1) 1 I1
'h- '. illa lf'I hC l tit. dr' p l i n Coi
1ptmao ue lifeOOl~h. hrsh'b s.T
Is .:00rilel to ai ns\ In . N Tl-:1s.
Amran armerskianen PherdS i
ropste than rain mo ntio.phnii<
The ortsnow Deatd. i
\\'eartmnt o, agrultu.- sho in
cornoad whieoi iswet pvatatr
pantd record nrowings of recor aci
ciaers. oeoe, iia s
BANDITS HOLD UP E
Yellowstone Natini Park See of
liold Itiobbery by gliihwaynen, who.
Livingston, Mont., July 9.-A party
of 25 tourists, Including United States
Senator Brady of Idaho, was held u)
in Yellowstone park today by three
high way nen.
A New Yorker named Rice was
fired at when he jumped down from
a stage coach and ran back toward
following coaches. The bullet fired
at 11ice flattened against a rock. Rice
ran on and the bandits realizing that
the sound of the shot would act as an
alarm, fled into the woodls. Ilow nuch
the robbers got from the tourists had
not been learned tonight.
lecause tourists are not. allowed to
carry flirearins into lhe park, the rob
bers met with no resistanIe. They es
called Into the woods and tonight were
belleved well oni their way to the
Jackson 1lol(' colliltry on the southern
boundar11y of the big niMonlal pleasulre
'hI'e holdup took place 1.3 11illes
front Yellowstont', whence Ihe coaches
had departted tarly today. In a heaV
ily wootted section tie ien stepped
ouit and Stopped lie soecond coach.
The first coatch wasi not lmoles;ted anid
those in the second vehic'lle holughi
1he proceeding a joke. Tmy'v were
convinced of their error only when
f~orced,( to deplosit their mtonley and
valuales at e fee of th v rlbl'ers.
TlI voacles coitltied to the Founl
tain hotel, where the tourists were
to have Itluncied, and iAnlitary' altutor'
ities at .taminoth Ilot Spring.- did
not learni of te robbery until four
hou rs Inter. Troops start eId fromn
every section of the park to searelh
for the bandits. Two nien were de
tained later on suspicion.
Many of the victits of the robbery
were Sihriners en roui( to the annual
convention In Seattle. Several wo
ien faced the robbers' rifles.
FOR 01111, SC.\ ALPS
Men and Women whose halli and
sealp are exeessively oily suffer more
in the warinier Imionitits th.an at any
other. timo. The11 sununiler's duist and
dirt mingle Wilit dandruff, cling to
thev oPy hnair and scalp, clo.L (ho scAlp
poores, slillV t! hair rootas and make.
proper cleainsing alinilost iniomssile.
l'ar i'in save isi an i.;Al trealmentil
for this trouble. \\'sh I lt. hair Iot
or~ilner than11 once a:1, . u sele
iFi..n havet iov 1ail ii ~ rn a lt
th- nto the l'a et ir and r b u
v:n;s tiI. It Irve 11: "!! (IrIu fI, d1::,
:foh e'. he e es : il 'Ind :1;h". e
Will cure Rheuinatism, Neu
ralgia, I ladaches', Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetier, Ritig-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antisepticr. Anodyna,
used internally or externally. 25c
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, FOR ISNiOWER
hleaina-iv toi he ileld lHefoire Jiudle
1Ilealse Is .\ttornecy for IDefendant.
ake f'opre a'ind Solicio :'. i. li-y
no:tic'es~ tat a.wit of. haeI. *'ohx pu
and I n aplit i n 1t'ini for il wil be't
ase for t titrnet P.nowr nwn
t i InCrae ( n' lthe~iO wen it try ii r O l
.\:s.so i t ~'.* us i * . (' \' S
al- d to be ,pii pal in : i te I y
liat \\' in 1or, o l n 1 l
broyth. Clllytd Ii)nhwet he iiitlt !!T
at (ii..lood lof I ~tie lb ii outy ; Ir vleb
h,~ eb .l. s uie Monw I .. an'I -rie
gnera Ishenhowser. ste e. i'' I
It ia' ndt on oiwtoh:eHi"fo i
theaspiiithatie trystz trie shitf
ii 'The \\uinn Thwt DoesNoAft e e
to Beadeo t oIcte and r ' laxtv fet LXA
T lV tterOM IIIJ l tn is tt. ht ria
rC Q hin anuipdeintnde n ofousie n
r~g ed b Reor eibeti he \\' li naila.cins
oolkilfor t thestue f iuntiary~~ 25y
A. H. Miller
Wh~enl J. A. Delhird livedX ata litbt-le wvide p-inl the
road known as Wellford, over inl Spartanllbi-g couity, t wenty
yeI( i s ag1", he hld as nighilbors 1 aimily of MI illers.
I'he liller IImnily -was poor. What. they hai t'hey dug out
of, the ground, and the purllase ofI* a barrel ol 110lour Was a
transaetion to be approached with echitul enleuaItiion and
Stidy f()I the imarket.
One of the liller boys wits nimed Andrew. -1le was a lIon.
awkwardl ehap, grown 1u p like a weed oni a terra-e, and sandy
Ihair atd anl infinite variety of Irekl(es consipieId to make him
iomiiely. 111t he was a worker. Prom anl hour before day to the
gatheri Ig of I iglit h le hi it. tlie pa 1e. 1 i e e op ped % wod11,4, miilkd
tthe co simled I'odder. 11 f ol lowIII ed a shave-'tail de 1,vn immy
a long, loniig im-rov. a uid Fough-t, erab grass through mny a5
bklisterinig suimer. Ilc kinew as you 1know, tiih dl(ight, ll
walkingt tiin-oe-h the liioo.'l irass arioundit ilus houi e after <-'.:
ini'ske and salty ro a4ard day -behind the plow.
!mit he Ii thriveid on work. 1Ie ;is as lIu-d i as nails, and a
divt o a- k 'larn 1ra aInd pot ' lieer kept him iW. as\ ia
Ile wenlt III sehnl'1 -oer ill \\elford ; lilnish d th c(, m1 df
wenlt vwa h) volleg . lIII wanlted to)-1 ''h ms mebody.'' A 1".er
in ihin the 4 c ll. ur,('1011il. he -fot a job hm e as instru r
"Prof11:1r ' .hAycld him.
lIf( want1d tI bI a la wy r. \\'int hIII v hI g 4 s. Th: I
hisu-uhlinu- princvilei- .' a r \ha! y-I' want anid oe r) y
up. Iawy er hlit he a/lle.
I don'tl know whelhor hII ev mdeone v a lwy.%*\IV
IPrblyI I n st. .\t ;ny Iate. he 10 Ill 1V I'hung r for 8t the 1lo\\. a
i R Isof irt, ad wen bh A k to l' hi ltwrm.
lIf, is f*arming no upM nell GrIeer fori ng aml inisi'f-l
vati h 1-. "lOIks lup there ui yi/ - is a irat Iivss. Thwey Itlok
tol him Is a sort- ofI unletl. P ipl ll overl the St,'ate knowm
him as- at brIeeder ()I finle vattle. And thev peo)ple who know, %
him be-st ---his farmer1vi neiihborS -say he ijst as plin is an1
Ohd shoe. and as spun-( anud houiest as a uImiii can l be. it is -
obld I'ashiled and simple an1d 1 wholesome; bilut Ior all the I'ist y
Seabi hard that eneases him, his mind is as keen as a bIatti
sabre. lie isi n't a man givenI t'' t'he.ories or 'oligies. IfIe is
)dulitd, bItt le is practieal-f-l'ull of' nuimon, loud sense.
.lorgi and Ni'hols nd .ohinsoin and (aitt, who iare I-I
liille wnlillst 6iin for. AITge- ar 011 woh ve v ii to
th ei i ul s. Ior. Miller ik t h sort o inan ll) w ho aIl)'II o to i itw
'olk oni e untr Iolk alike.
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