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" My Cooking Is Always
"T''S better than ever now. It's easy,
you know, to be a good cook in
a cool, clean kitchen where there's no
coal or wood range heat and dirt."
A New Pe/ fection Oil Cook Stove cooks
delicious meals at a fuel cost of only 2
cents a meal for 6 people.
Its long blue chimney gives a perfect
draft and puts the heat where it is
needed most. It assures a ('/Cn, even
heat afnd le11'///I/t satisfact-ion.
Saves timestrengtlhm and money.
Turns on a< 1d ofi' Ii k gas.
Let your (l('2er ho yul ' wy
N V( ,lf i re ad I ela(lC in many
styles and1( size.Cs.
Look for 7ILor:g it.Ye Ch5ine'u+'y
t ce Aladdin S:2ecuritr Coil to obedo1 rthe
hest results in (Oil Stoves, I Ic:ieIs
amid I.:u ps
STiANDA RI) O1iL (.ON'iwNY
Washington, 1). C. HAt.'lIM( ,I Charlotte, N. C;.
Norfolk, v . .10. (hu rl Eton, W. Vs.
lichmonld, Va. ChairieIoin, S. C.
IT'S THE LONG (1fBL UE CH IMNIEY
You Need a Toic
Ther ariC .e t'imes in ev~ery wioman's life whecn she
needs ai toni:c to help her over the har~d places.
* Whenu th~at time1 comes to) you, you kno)w what ltnic
to take-C~tarduii, the woman's tonic. C'ardui is comn
p ased1 of purelc1y vegetable ingrediep ts, which act
gently, yet surely, ou the weakenedI 'oi;anly organs,
anmd help:1 bildh then~h b'ck to stri i th and health.
It ha beu'eited tho)ushpds an d th'm uds of we:ak,
aligwomen in its paAI half ceI ury of wonderful
SUCLC';s, andl it will do bie same I >r you.
You can't make a mliltdake ii ta.kinig
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia \Vilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the grecatest medC(icine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardni, I was
so wecak and~ nervous, anid had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as weli and
as stronig as I ever did, and can cat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dlealers.
Has~ Helped Thaousands.
SYoti %eo nize S.S.S.Catons
is On the shelve1 of your drug
-- - gist by the esbaence of any showy ,
- .ut~ deigning--more so will you re
? ''s:-".an opportunity to rebuild and .
tusux s toen un " ' * ' strengthen your 'run down'blood *s
~ ,~v. J'~' '"'~ j~ .m 'a '~ with ita wonderful tonic qual
-- -"""' THn swirl Spectruo CO.
Passes liesolution to help Flood Suf.
ferers. Now ioes into house.
Vashington, Aug. 1.-Without a dis
senling Vote the senate today passed
the Joint resoluttion providing for an
appropriation of $.1 0,000 for the re
lief of the fllod :;ufferers 1I North and
ISoulth Carolina and Ay'abaina To
morrow lRerese1nt:1ive IlarrIson of
listiss:: ip5p1i, a 11 1nber Gf the house
rules connittee, will ask the house
to adopt Ile res)ltatioll. As tonmorrow
is u naninious conset day a single ob
jectioln would Ire lVeint the passage of
Blut Southern niembers are pro
pared for such an emergency and
should there be objection, Hellresen
tative iu of North arolina, chair
man of the rules committcc will bring
in a special rule providing for the
passage of the inlat1Ire.
The lilncy is expected therefore to
be availal e for use withn a Very few
days. It is to be disbursed under the
direclion2 of the secretary If war11 and
will provide inuneiate relief for
those who nceer? food. clothing and
medicine. It will also provide for
seeds wi c11 (nn be used for crops
maturiii before the 1ilt frosts.
In entuhating the Reptiblican opposi
tion to the measure when it was iln
trodit0eed early today by SenaIor 'n
derwood, SouIthern s'nators asserted
that conditions in the flooded area of
tile six states were far worse than had
been represented lin press dispatches
and that. in no other way than by fed
eral relief could destitution be met.
"The (Ilsa::ter in th1e.se out thern
states is as great proportionately as
the San Francisco earthqIIake or the
Ohio flood.' said Senator UInd~erwood.
"The general public does10 not realize
this i'-ist'e inan1 of the districts are
r~entote' and line., of enlnnniationl
have been destroyed t1tils m1ak ing it
lit poslil' Il :'4t :all le details before
Senato ; 1 no4 i ana i'nrow dl
the( 1':I1 ;1=:1Itis I iin- i:;te c'.ns:id
(r' tion111 thel. resolutionul. Theyl\ as;
- ' ri 11 tila il was 4lii ha : 1an tilu si tin
f I l Ie ;111 -II i \ tI i ; nIII 11 si j j111 .11(11.
ell' i~I l t 1, ii. i t' '\:I .1\4' Ill,' ;Int h it I
(IiAN 1"!1 f lit' r'113 h1 l o1 b1 r1fe r
r'ed ito I! n. ;it Tropriai on nill er1. 'ttl11I(t
1a ( I lw IIi ni111 ko s t' 14: iih. neo
ll' of I I;a , whIio I I o1, 1n Sulfi r"d
1 i1:;:1 i a < I p v. 1It'l ii l 1 i . ; --
1",1l' .1 a ,. ' Ii'l I. t' i i ll i. n f
thl ;t: (ra 1 iuI 111 ii 4a41m i 3 to.
1 a-' Iol 1l :'111n i1. ' i3n1e( ns, ItO iit
1 of . i I 1t14 (1i1na, \' rdamn11'. I?1, 3'll k
li ha i lIanl 'l1ll :1I11111 e til r: spo (1e in
t'avour of inllunediatie ationI by the
S nlP(1. bIut Ilwa ieia rur' finlly was
r' eerral t1 I n n~unlinee-. The approt
I' irti InI ti to i 11it' iII ldiately w as
elalled1 ini sIec'ial s essio nL and141, af1'ter1
lhegtrilu( a 1epol' from the war d
pa('lin n dec ihina t xtent of1 the
di stI r ani reoIi11eending relief' for
the hoi~ eless people. it reconnn~lended
tha the s(lnl te :alOl pt the re;olutiof.
\\'h'n Ilhe it,'i. ure' linallly wast re'
[orted i was11050 31u1( th1n" thloabe eat
I u of th(4lie e' lar11 .11 r 1 of3 bus1 nes
wi)111l 111000531 opp ei ilon. t ieas10'
T11l 141'Tile3 .131111, fl~g (f 3 'l~l.:S l~l
(''l llIN (l(11:IT Vu CO'll'O (111 11101'
South~il~ aoine flt e t
\\'rla hn Aon 1 .\u311g. 11 .Mav darnagell
.tOWnl 24(1 ;u31. id-I ly ilhas lae a re- 111
du 0 ion of41 w .:-,th ! hlavy s n1( the104 (pros
111( 0ive1 prodution. 1(1 1The0August tl
ton1 I,, yI report of the , depar een 0f1gr1
production0of 111'lbdl00egvle nt1111 500
1(ound bales, col1uared waitil-ed6,h0
bales forecast from I h condine tionrd 'rof
r~11 tthe c lse of. The Indiio n dtr
cent of ael noral, e~n mc
ieiew tint rtton nitosfo h
mo(ntvh ohfura ofe growin otmton
Caid: "Th mothtig uy 25 inihasatta ~o
PASSES OUT TO SEA
Deutsel:t.and Slips Down tiny and
'through Virginia Capes, With Never
an Allied Warship in Sight to Say
'Her Nay-Last Ioments of Depart.
ire Still Secret.
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 2.-Tiho German
necehant submarine Deutschland
passed out the Virginia capes at S:30
o'clock tonight apparently unobserved
by the allied warships wailing for her
and, so far as known hwre, is now
safely on ler homeward voyage. No
utitoward incident marked the tlepar
ture of the giant submarine. She was
accomnpanlied only by her tug and a
newspaper dilpatch boat 'whent she
began an IS mile dash from lower
Chesapeake bay to the capes. After
proceeding slowly most of the way
down, she increased her speed at 6:u
and reached the capes Just after diusk.
None of the allied cruisers was vis
ible as she passed through.
Whether she subinerged before
reaching the three mile limit is tin
known. The two accompanying boats
report that she disappeared unharmed
and apparently had a clear field ahead
to a point where she could subitnerge
W ithin half an hour after the last
light of the I)eutIschland disappeared,
her tug, the Thomas F. Timmins hove
into sight seeming satisfied with her
work and headed up Chesapeake bay
in the direction of h3altiuore, front
which place the I)eutsehland sailed
yesterday, 23 days after her sensa
tional arrival from Biremen.
The BIremen, sikter ship of the
I)uetschland, reported due here with
the Deutschland's departure, thus far
has not. appeared.
The Deitschland :;tarted for the
capes after arriving early today at it
Cove lp Chesape;ake bay.
Ialtim ore Aug. 1..__-The (lerman
subitarine inerchaitiat Deutsebland
sailed frokm BIaltinmore today on a me
turn oyage to ei'-tulk-ay %it a dee
hital' lotioll riok her (.lil 41k 1", apt.
I 'anl Koetlig, That he wouohi lake lar
saflliiy Hll in Spite ofk lk allied
warships w;ailing for hint ott the Vir
1 a .-uie, iil .hae kowa elhe o
' .- ai nd0 the lh'li .bil~iilpo
"wXer 'Thle Tiikis wen.
\ h ,ii o it oi the' ith'ri, i ttl :t lie
t'(lle( hoo al kkannan broulghit up tile
1(0kr II il''(kr't undkiue (lowvding iby
the' leet of' ilinktchtes that ollowe il.
lepoted lit the I eitts('btlandi aI "-ssed
tre at N: Iia(l'clock, steainig liioi
aloe' nsi hiltvoyiig nkiil on(lly ( o
veevl wa following, a newspl1aper: dis
0lleh batn 'r. Weaher coflitins t
ha t imte were~ f~Vairabe.
'apt, lioeniig .tnd his ICe of(I 27
ruti , l t , m i sie wit i te knowiledge
li amaln hiadtl.p oul ats os
'teattot lii tltt't uh's irowaid g by (~t
he lite o ali ess that the re i
an ad itared They kn11 w suh ow hee
deol(t waheda the Dendhan of asedb
I lu e Ia an iht, but the T lins
welnt, outa onayin gr arbornl ing
alesl waving hollinga far nkwapt wtrds
in t i l b wee til tra lilt) it s.o
ion antdu fhi leaitmen. hee shal
'kuttoni' atoreities. lie aid hWe sall
here(k1 "duious"lll(' about his rveop t
tt('it. lien wa lit hei h lol learned~i
that ight( li wastips of t'h snt nte
uali werie waiins for thim 'at the
In is o1110fe (ieles. "We shallk
fhav ) e to pass been iinl tht radiar
havelto ralr th.'risag under con
diWion not etir itey13 ad1-n0gou SCto
er iat(11 woul.t beabyr ~e cls(trd sub
neathlethe ar'bsiy buiteatehereai'
WIi s ot 150 feetey W si alls, there
Ifore~, hav to, pssc beneath(i Ithe mar
libl urdie fo'lr (Morbus,1 )(~e
"Whttilen our iitoie hoy, raln anden
years13 oldl was( it by was iil~ euredf of
chlran morbus.' ba Chabe rn'
di(' ol l ('ofer and 6,1) (rrh ll a hemtedy,"
wittle irls. hineyt Simmona's wIr
I . la,2I N. Y. als~i ftent late moim-L
bes y tiam1iklyo havpusedthimavae
ttofe th ood atalon Jue2,nd wll
Iyhidly'~2 endorset it y akremedyof pro
duiction of,13,93600 i 1va11, 1,500
38un hals.11 Tand 12,72ar42 bwlth
i1-12,0 barho fnlouetput. hoethr
byl th lareau or smllr tnaoes
boasgactording atin onditoherend
after ae botgerr ormarle than abve
If You Anticipate
Buying flour, get in touch with us
over long distance 'phones. Day
'phones 821 or 822; night 'phone
478. We pay all calls.
If a man worth one Million
Dollars called on you and you knew
it, he would get your attention; at
We represent several Million
Dollars in flour Mills, and it will
pay you to consider usbef ore buying.
We Represent the Following Mills:
Hopkinsville Milling Co., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Nashville Roller Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
The Wright Milling Co., Bluefield, W. Va.
Blumont Millin Co., Blumont, Va.
Oxford Milling Co., Ojiford, Ohio.
Eldred Mill Co. Jack on, Mich.
Cumberland V Iley illing Co., Nashville,
D. A. Stickles S n, Hagerstown, Md.
Kelley Milling , Kansas City, Mo.
Northwestern Mill & Elevator Co., Toledo,
L aurencebiirg Roller Mills, Laurenceburg,
Palmetto Brokerage Co.
Greenville, S. C.
W. H. Moore, Mgr. . ,.
Off ice'Phones 821 and 822. Residence Phone 478.
$15 tA, $100/
Colum ecordhave contributed as much
to Columbia mre-supfriorty as the construction of
th a Calumbia Qrafod~ola. Their polish surface is
truly "the mirro 'of/rm'Iic." They can be played
on any instrument.
Records 65c to $3, all double disc.
Steel needles 5 cents per hundred.
"Jewelers of Quality"
Spartanburg Roller Mills
Ship 'your wheat to us. In exchange we
will s p you thirty..six pounds of flour and
fourt. an poujids of braind per sixty pounds
of clean dry wheat. Must contain no wild
onions nor 8A ut. You pay freight to us and
we pay freiglgt to you. Mail us prepaid bIn
, of lading. --
Spartanburg Roller Mills 9
Spartanburg. . . Carli.