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Stomach Catarrh Is
IIli this cliniato catarrh Is a
prevalent disease. Catarrh af
feets the stomach as often as
any other organ. Perhaps every
third person is morte or less
trouibled with stomach catarrhl.
Perunia is extensively used in
ANUER THE RELIABLE
Dr. T. 1.. Ti meruan
Pevople~ks Bat"nk Building
...turets, S. C.
U N DETAKIN
Undertakers aad Embalmert
Calls answered any houss, day or night.
LAJREVNS, S. C.
Citatiori for Li ters of Adinini'trltioll.
Il (1. G.T; . I 'rob12 r .1a1ie:24
\herI i1 s. Nanli I1. ,h il. an( .1l. .
-lons naa~:-'l ai[ to u ,t ra h t
l jo \dmin.i strat1 1 of the Io.e
ta1e01 nd I f) 811() o~lM'f hn1 . .toe s.h~e
The'. I Ie ae ilItrfreto Pit and1 ad-11(
fl~t 1~t .1(1-tfi
ann1 a jStt'll and Sinl r it hIe Ii n ed
an creditor (A It 7aid .1, . Lb . I
.lie 11, dec a1S,1 that11 f tlh y bo anld a p
pear before me,, ilt lite ('otlir t of ilo
h tate, to) b Ild a '111 Irn CoIur 1t
lo ie, i Sur esy ti'. oen th i (a h a 1y
of S1ptemlblr U4 Ocnex. a01.r publi
catlio ll hereof al 11 oclock inl the fork,
noon. to sh4ow r aulisp, if any1%. 1,thv have,
wh1(y lh saidl ilin1 listratioll shouild
not he grantedl.
01(1holl 11i'iot MY 111311(l I . 0'1,1111
of Sept mliler, ill io )omiiii 191. 14
0. G. Thompson.
'i-2t l P s C.
Sei .l O StokholrdIer-r oil
the 'ollmbia, 915.\n rr , it r
oak .ppltin'e toa 111. secreiry of the
Sptme for iJill .\m't(in tto th
haltrter of the otte i f al.
Notice is hereb(.Iy vn th ta s -
C.al oieg tin, of th stockhiohler of t hiel
Columbllia ,0owherry & L'aulrens. Rail
Moad Copay i ho b10h1 at thev of,
1ude of the comatny, 1Ir1121 Taylor
Itreet. ('ock, a. .;., nd on Te sday
th 1th da,1Y Of Oclober. 191.~, at 12::.0
o'clock 11. .\., for- the purp~lose of III
thor'izingi anl Ipl]iention to be imifile tc
the ereayof Statet o)f Use( State ol
S till Carl all , for adeir s tlions 2,%%s2
and 2Sy of VoIn-j 1. ofithe(t Coe of
Law of0Il South rolna' of 11112. and
other prov1on01s of lte/law of Smuth
ar oina, for ani am rd Jill ,nt t thy
charmer of thrat il
h1owerg aim arains saiw enwtjoyel
aned sueciivt to al of tefo liabilitie.
.. P. Lh\iNev STON.
'' P. S. E ONEL ,
Augptmb 2, 91-tM.
Taenoi'je J tha tJe 251. a
(cout ofmy t and oi ngs(as Ad
mihisrato of he istae o .Pamela
C. Fgarie, ecesed i the oixe of
aT in R'lca. d , D aan ngtesm
dayit wiltl'pl for ah fil150o dischrg
ito my etrust11,1 as4. Adintrat0 or.~t
Any~. pierson tty deed t tai estat
the nr'ote n requli01ired(1 thc makepay
opent eyon tae' mand alle tersons
thatvin clis aainysarcd metatned.l
Ofepresent morce of tain date,
suly, proen or eheroreverobaryed.
onlys on5,ic giv5.- poAmistrato',
maeny rder of ftre grteh.ar onIdr
thesecoiion the queirtinr' suxamin
LuteG meal beomes of impoetane. - u
terand n alzn and steel al hae
alled way tor aouhe.- unrlneerinh
SOMETHING OF A. PUZZLE
But of Course the- Reader Can Easily
Find Out for Himself Just What
Saby's Age Was.
Domr Newt: We bive In our hotno
datullm hal'h boy, who was four rnonths
41b4 on) J.lavm y 24 l:ast.
When was; lie five ionths obl?-Motlher.
Your little tootsums boy is four
months old, eh? What a cunning lit
tle thing he must be! Of course. he
is more cunninger now than he will
bo when lie begins to cut his teeth.
You toade no mention of Father,
Mlther. I hope Father is well. I
wutildn't want you to think I am
kolii Fl'ather at all--far from it,
blut. .i:t betwcel yolu and mne. I don't
tnk ! wo'hl let F ather hold toot
sums or lug im about very much.
Wha.tV 'r a Inn, even though he be
f c sl-,r and hutsband, know about
etu'zl t a bab? Father is just ai
l'el t pcktootsumlls up by (lte
he' :Ian other way-anld also
Il to lit the dear little thing slip
thrwzh ik lianthl to the floor. Safe
ty fir-t for toot'1um1s. AI, Iher!
Iowever, you want to know when
your haby w'as fIve months old. You,
vay he wM four months old last Janu
ary '20. Very well ---listen:
l'ootstlns was five months Old on
February :n and--no--iust a minute.
Mother--I don't mean that exactly
on second thought I see I spoke
htast i. As a matter of fact, there is
no sichi danto as Fehrua ry :0-ha-lha
te-htie'--that was laughable, wasn't
it. Mot her? -iuite absurd aid rid e.
t oleus in tihle xtrent! Now let us got
down to brass brads ott this, Mother.
Silce tootsuis was four mont hs old
ott January :1). onte would naturally
suppose that ihe child woild be fivo
monwiths; ol oin the ::0th of the ImIenth
followin::. lltt in It his case the iont It
followiig---n lIrua I ry -ain't got nto
8th!- light t here's the rub. Mother,
and we'll have to govern out-selves
Offhanl I should say that tootsutns
was five months old on March 2 be
cause-nav', tntw, that won't. (to,
either. For if Ie's five monthis old
on March 2 then he'll be six mtonths
old on April 2 and when we get around
to the first anniversary of tootsitus'
birth we're gonna be all balled itp and
-excuse me a nomtent, Mother-I'tm
called to the telephone-I may be
back, Molher, and I mny not!--Now
ton Newlirk it the Boston Post.
War Boomed Photography.
It wst iievitable that the war would
produtee some industrial sirprises and
odditil: yet it will seem strange to
ft 1int:it in the stret that otte of the
trades which has prospered, especialily
on the ttcontitent, is that of pho
togrithy. I'ittling rores photography
aside, war does not suggest it self as
a tinii when people would waut sp
cialIly to be photographed, aItd it is
true that a good deal of the work has
been the result of tieessity. In the
beglining of the war, whet every
iousehold In woestern and I middle Eu
rope was sending out soie iember,
It was natural that those departing
should, wheni possible. have beetn plho
tographed for their relations. \hIIen
they were gonto they demanded pho
tographs of wives. childrell or sweet
hearts, so that there was a great
trade in the mantiufacttre of picture
post cards to that end. Then. Wtent
the trade inght have languished, the
police slepped in.--Mancliester Guar
Alaskans Boycott Church.
Thte nativ'es of Haines have declaretd
a boycott against the Presbyterian
missioni here, and they refuse to go
to church becatuse the miisslonary
closed the hall where they had been
holding their dances.
The trouble started over the at
temts of the dutsky wonmen of Hlaintes
to learn the latest society dances.
One 'buck" wh'lo had been to Juneaut,
whlere he had seetn the tanigo, with all
Its variations, heltd his H-aines parttner
in a manner unbiecoming to the high
stanidards set by Hlanes society.
Site complained to her husbanid, andl
the ilht which resulted lasted sev
oral minutes. As the pastora owns a
half Interest In the hall, he locked
the doors and kept the keys. The na
tives then decided to retaliate by stay
itng a way from chutrch.--Skagway
(Alaska) Correspontdence to) New York
Quiet Frogs With Salt.
Cudtahyv ('al.) hasts a mtagiciani
vel, a v:ornSn. Ii ~s 'Ahire the r'o'mad
Is lox: aMl th' waltr iathhrs when~t ft
rahisu. A''.i in *' rain fth' ater'os~id
!ro:. camei. home' to ro-t an:1 'o
Now, ~ eroatkitn' fr'og is somei '' i
'-a'nce whleni Io' d -ir'' to sb--'lp. Mrs.
M. II. Murphyli. whot !I'.' ott Maury
street, stotod r.' sc'"tudit the fr::t
anighit very w\ellI. lu t the" seondtt niighft
her nerves got raggedi artoumi the
etdges, and ott the thirtd ni'ght shte
rackedt her bra ins for a way to silectme
11cr subconscious minid camte to the
roeue and suggestetd a remedy she
first heard int chiltdhood. Tis was to
feed the melodlius frogs with salt.
FIve pounds of salt covered Frogtojwn
next moring, andl the singers moved
None for Him.
Yeast-W~hat do you think of the
C'rimsonbeak-None for me.
"Isn't it bad enough when a fellow's
crawling upstairs with his shoes in his
hands in the early m~rning to have the
old thing strike three without baving
to have his nerve0 racked by 15
V e e eCe ece ee * e - e
* JONES NEWS. *
a ' .
C * * CC. e*e 4e e e .e e
Jones, Se)t. 13.-The many friends
of Mrs. G. B. Riley will be pained to
learn that she passed away ln the 7th
inst, and was laid to rest at Walnut
("rove cemetery in the prescnee of a
lu'ge assemblage of sorrowing rela
Lives and friends. Tihe funeral was
coaducted by her pastor, Rev. Ed
wards, assisted by Rev. Nike Nlccee.
AIrs. IHiley was universally loved and
all of our people tenderly syin pathize
with the iisixind and - chilidreit in
tliei overv.heliinngly sore bereave
A~.Smlithl Of PC'ele, reCently visit
d ier dauIighltei, .\Ivs. Adger ('obb.
\\'e extelld a cor dial welcone to MIr.
Thetuipson, who has; east Isk lot withi
.\1r. all \lilford l a s a s.w 11 ll lere
a will )( pleased to serve t hose in
r~t 'd of liumber.
.1'. li' L' Ib ,y of Laurn ., a
thev recveal guiest of 1'r. W. T. .lnes
Tte ricell s1riels of rlleival serivices
conldlictied by [Rev. .1. It. C'onnelly at
Ki Chaplpel resulted itt sevetal ae
eeinsto theo chur11ch.
l\ e:nlchun ani d ltilleytvi- f havelovel I led
their :. ery aod are doing dplendid
We recen ltly melt \\. 11'. D1unn and
W '. \ 'illiaiA of Dolalds. .\l. and
.\rs. -Z. 0. llarwv. .1. P'. Whleman.1, G
Pa. It.gs .C.l'nhrsoe hs
.\N:I . I SheI I Ipad Yldtel Goahn
l'aynev. .1. W. Spooks. .1. W. "alfield,
ad . \ ar. and \Is. li Alexander
of Nreenwood, .1. 13. A ,n v e of h)u'
Wes. l. C. W. Cason of Ilodgs, and
.\lr. and .\rs . W. Sullivan of linea
I\]I-. Iowll Baldwin of Georgia,
forillerly o tis sectiol Is otl a visit to
ielatives and friends.
Nliss Nona RIiley has reinrned to ier
School iI Spa rtanrtg.
Ourll Sunday school now meets at
3:30 o'clock P. .\l.
Iter. .r. coptktnd of idrewIrton,
weill preach hre on R Ee -Ith Suday
.\ i y. .1. t. eN inch as frttu rnid
froil Glenn Sprinigs.
\ri*. eVoy dell is clerking for
Qniamine and riailry.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take th3 Old Standard GROVEt'S
TASTI4LIESS chill TONIC. YVou kitowv
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed onl every label, showing it is
Quinine anid Iron inl a tasteless, form.
The Quinine drives ouit malaria, the
ion builds up the system. 50 cents
.A .iledielne ('hest for 25e.
In this chist yolt have an excellent
remetdy for Toot Ihach Ie. IIu ises,
Sprains, Stiff Neck, liack:ache, Neural
gia, Rhcuiatisin aid for most emer
gneles. One 25c bottlo of 'loan'.s Lin
Iitent does It all-- this because these
allmrenlts are syiposills, not diseases,
and are caused by mongestion anid Iin
11ammroation. If you dou bt, ask those
who use Sloan's Linitnent, or better
still, buy a 25c bottle and prove it.
* LON(i VIEW1 NEWIS. *
* * eaeeoee.ea
L onug \'je w, Sept. I13.-W~e arme hav
Iig somie heauitifu wtI~ ea t~her for cot tont
Rtev. .lhn Culhertsoin arnd family
visited .\lr. J1. 0. Smith last week and
.\lr'. I leniry Smtrihl retutrned horne withI
Mirs. IR. IL. Cole, daughtter arid sorn,
and1( also their' cousIn, .\Iss Wells,
51penit (te daty wvti t's. J1. II. liitt, re.
M\rs. .Jlhn W\ard has been visitiig
her sont, .\t. 1Bill Ward.
.\liss Nancy 1 owe, of thIs se(t in,
is visitintg her brother, Mir. .\lat
iLowe, at Waterloo.
.\I s5 Itth G'oddardt ha s return red
hiomre from \i .isitinig her1 gr'andplaren-tts
(otton~l-picker of long \-tew.
.\r.iiL Cle-has pursha'ed thenu
\Vhitj.h lb idng
I E jl u -s af i: a i- w g ee '. r i st ,withj
t'. iis nd arinldjrat o
\ten. tO ielt it ldsr has r e te
huum.W' a Se avies vit Iat hIreed
NI'i. 'Ftined it ctina ri one li tye
rm Tlonk rom.n andr' room Qune
Smit vis!toed nard n M.utvout sd
tre. Thes Adain hnatioen vistin
\'iew fori' wih P. dsire ra
MnigrTomt ather Pate on visited
the fOrnear daugher .\nlrs. Turne
OOM TmWells cand Mr. Qinc
Smith isitednear Mundvile las
his fatnhe Mr.b. P.oo Audairl. u.
WE'RE sending out Our Driummer to announce
0 that Your Fall Shoes are ready! 0
You'll be wanting them very soon and it's a splen
did idea to make your selections early!
Men's Shoes. Worcen's Shoes.
Shoei for every day wear--Shoes Shoes for the- House or for Dress
for dress occasions--Sh.oes for stormy I''unctiouis--Shoes for street wear-mid
days-Shoes built to stand hard usage. for my dars.
Me's Shoes for every ptrpose for whichi S 1 1 f)r anyv specal req(uirote ne
ood Shoes are waited. [ll eidels. I
Our Shoes are not "Just Shoes"---they are Shoes that excel at
every point of artistic and skillful shoemaking---they're Shoes that
rise way above "the level of the crowd"
Our Fall Line is the Best Yet.
0O 00 -.. 01 Ile
Wednesday, Sept. 22nd
OPER A HOUSE
* Richard Bennetts Co-Workers in the New
York Fulton Theatre Su cess
More Powerful than Greatest Sermon Declare
Noted Men of the Pulpit
Widely Discussed TeMr
8.Produced. . Women See
Hailed By This
Women As .. Great Play
S The Champion . The Better
Of For the
Motherhood .*s Next Generation +
$ RESERVED SEATS AT PECdPLES DRUG STORE.
SPrices $1.50 $1.00, 7c. Sn,.