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Fails for Corns
btere's Nothing on Earth Like It For
(orns and 1(nlises.
"Whenever you 'get corns and cal
louses, don't experiment-just use
"pe TS-lT"' and nothing else. Las
jest and simplest thing Is know to use
jtust a few (OP01 on in i few sec
ods-"GI TS-IT" does the rest." The
old way' Is to bundle up your toes in.
hnrnesses and bandages, use salves
kRat. na.ke toes raw, cotton rings that.
make your corns pop-eyed, knives and
1 ar U00
'A'hat Fit 1 K Tonig'ht .
tilggers" that t nr our heart out
nad leave the cort n. No wonder they
imnke you linp a (1 wince. F1orget all
1lthese--use "GITS-IT," he simplest
corn remedy in the world, easiest to
1 se, never falls or sticks, iaInless.
Y our corn losens, then you lift it off.
'7l can wear smaller shoes.
"(ICTSsIl'" is sold and recommend.
(ed by druggists everywhere, 25e a
tiottle, or sent. on receipt of price, by
Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 1111.
:fold in Laurens and recommended
su the world's hest corn remedy by
t'iureka Drug Co.
A Healthy Baby.
The foundation of a
rfet baby ls its
,i t~othecr'st health durt
1 Ig the months ire
l tld nothing can tak;
se place of "Nother's
'rien '.%"in n isuring her of
m 4 pit1. .nt and comfortallo
ditions, and as'fsting
natd 1ure in its work during
this period. ".Minther's
Friend" h:a helped thon
sainds through til. trying
ordeal in perfect safety.
"Alother' Friend" Is an
r, external remnedy e; sIly apl
Splied. Get It at arty drug
hn1 will ie sent il ex
pectant anrip thes, It is a
where vattale and iteresting
flash gtbok you shnu htve,
artie Send fr one. Address
pho Tho ga raplsh l Regulator
muos 2l2 1.:tnar ldbg.,
acio. Atllata, Ga,
We are equipped to go any..
where to take photographs
by flashlight - banquets,
parties, wedd ings etc..r
knowledge of i,~U laligh
yaciskoon. lCa|S~eI, /1~ phoelo
LA ESHf~UHT PTOS
BestaWrk Lowesot eCred
PInlrae 13n noed ani (yod nrisitilco n
41,i.Iu0. ly Sn SlfOl' I013 forltr,
''t yerh ' non' as lP'iiae- /.twapi3E' ke Itd
Ctr1rh~O' Cannot Be Cured.', o
cantahthe set I n t of theii i 3Cens33I e. a
ittrhi blood oiir.i'I ii31 co s itu ioal' dilenso,
tlornaofremedito Iln(l'~s Iatrr Cu1.1e Iis
akcer. initerl ly t n in i' net ' 13 d i c ll ig
Oita.'rh 1 u Ii is~ih no. 3' nkiedcn.I
s.4'ilns intl 311 h .ou ityl for year tlandIoo
a regular' It I . *ipt ion. I - Xooe~do
* te ei toles known.' cmined w'ithi"' ther
Iest blod puri'r. ntim0 dietly on thet
ho ldi to i ng ia. GR-tro 'i5.
FISHED WITH A GANDER.
And Now the Poor !owl Shows a Dis
tinct Aversion to Water.
A t;:tuder was so upset by exp'rl.
meeI(s lallde upn11 and I brougl h11lm1 by
a IIIlsc1eeous boy thmt for ;) l oan timt'
lIt wouhi 114)1 go 11o Il he water.
The g:0r11 1-'s leteri nation lo 11b)
si 1r11n nter Is 1 uenIs of bath
hug grIew( alit of the fo4:- lhewing civcui
The bioy thu( llt he wout !e 1 fih
inli ari to the -ta:ll er's4 fe ' : Ind with n
hook propriy h alte'd turn thie bird( out
lnto the water. The ballt was at fro .
The gandert wednt It~o the m1il pondl,
where he : wamu ntrotsd for half11 an
hour. turning "111p11111is" wind divling for
footl. S1b1enly Ie fel t a pull at his
leg andot looked ats surprised as the
"!onae tishernaun" when he cnught ia
The 11111111 ' thought there was some .
thing the matter. and heo looked to as
ertain hle (nuse. The p lekerel on the)
hook gave severi Jerks, whereupon
(lite gander deelded hie wilted to go
Ile a 1t on '4e sta1rte,l for tlh' 1tore, but
the pilerel Oil the book wlattied to go
the oti':'r way. The ga:1nder seemed
frighte:,e I at irst. 11hen he evidetted
signs of :tiger and trcal to ly to shore,
but the pickerel pulled him btek.
Afeoi' 11114a n hour of the Irdest
work L e had eve:r clone thle ganld'er
('Ine !shore. dragging a sIx pound
plekerei up thie ban:.
The hoy took of the ple'ker'el and
balled the book with another frog. 1[e
tried to induce (he gander to go in for
another swim, but 10 amuint of' per
sluasion Could get the bird to do0 so. Ile
s1iply woubd not be driven in. F'or
many weeks the gander would not go
Into the water. lie would proceed
with the rest of the flock to the water's
edge, but there he would stop. ITe
Vouh em to be ar'guilg with them
witli refe1'r'('e to the (hunger they were1
courtn lg.- Los Algeles Im'11es.
SHOOTING WITH A RIFLE.
The Proper Way to Aim if One Aspires
to Good Marksmanship.
Walter \ tin 1s. the fainous Ameri.
44n s1al'shi ,: r 'er, who lives li ELig.
land, w rites t"o I li e Sl enti le 1 Amerlenn
(the following directions ats to the
proper way to ::imt n1 rille;
"The wiy to sh'oo Is.first, pu t a big
ivory frlont s it inl he of the 1lack
one used for4' tar ;.;' t sbooin:.441 !
Moist 11l laj4ets( Vine shoots at nre I
m1ore or less d4rk. and the bhaek front
sight Is d11lit'ult to see on the ble t:
the ,white one shows tip at once.
"Next, have your hh d sight put on
the ille at the distance )rom1 your eye
that you ('11 read prlit best.
"When shooting do 1not try to focus
a bl ek buIlseye it. 1 1a' Ifronlt sight
and4. 41 bPlack h'nd4 sight 11 11a I half dozen
othier things altermately while you hold
on to your ride likec grll) de1th.
".ook at the ohject youi want to lilt.
If It Is tuovinlg Jnudge ho4W i aIillow.
no iii frontyut u 1t.1t 1111h', bring uip
your 1'l tie to yor s114ulder, swinging
it WI Ii the movetinnt 'f the object you
wtant to lilt, andll p1-: the trigger as
the bull toucheS you4r shoulder.
".The httilet wvill ,eo whevre you wvant
It to wItIout your notliclg Ilhe sights
"If' yo4) want411 44 le i 1o.d44 rifle shot
at gam1e, 11r1 as 11 sohi er1 . Join ite near
est i y pigeon shout lit I'4t.l h,) itnl when
you en11 break lit) per cenl't of the atys
you 'nn rest. perfe(11ly 1on1lent that
you eIu hit a ma.1.n every sho. yon.. ... re
it bin11g ('har 1ged by3 44n enemy15 If' you1
have('4 14 r11? in your4 I h44nds ins8tead4 or ai
"'1f you4 14r:4ll e hii 1 'ct' hioI' ile
gallery3 alt at staionary441 b3'1ne1k bull1 seye'
wIth1 a4 bhiekl fronit sight and4( see4 '1thr~ee
fr'oiit s~iht' 0144 11 'hhl~ltred b-tek sIght'
y'ou are'4 not1 leiarnllhlg to 81h4o(4.. but4
mere'3'ly lung y(4' r 4'yesighlt."
Thetre are sev'eraI dishes 1 peculiar4 to
Cornwa'ill. anrd a j441ty' 18 41ne. It re
84emlbies 4an 411ple4 turnover'4?4, but1 114 com-)
posed( of 4llent,1 11otato and14 sea4soning,
llnllIy (chopped 4. Almost ev'ery' kind of
foodi Is 11ut to a Cornish pie. S'qualb
p1(e Is n grealt fav~oite. Herby le'1 Is
anlothe~r pl4eul1ar dish1. 'omposed40( or nlet
ties, pepp)ler ('ress, pars'4le y, mu)Istard and4
sp1ina4chI. togetheur wi'th in11 slices.4 of
pork. Pies a1re also made wIth leeks
anud .itc'hiards, goose feet. gizzard andl(
blood,1 raislins, sugair and1 aIples and
mnckerel, parnsley and c'ream.--London
"I've brought hack those eggs you4
ga'e me tis morning." Bald tho new
brIde 4as she botan to take tihe articles
In questIon fr'om her basket. "They're
"Duck efggs!" sneered the grocery
h)0ss. "Youi're' mistaken, ma'am.I
dou't niever sell no duckc eggs."
"ihut I tested thienm." triumphed tile
matrlmnil novice:. "1 dr4ojpped thenm
Into water' and4 they floated."-Jud4ge.
"Miy husband114 accuses me44 of extrava.
ganice. I spent1 about $10.000 last
"I wouldn4't m1ind4 be(inlg )4colded ( on
thiat basis. 1 have to 4 8stand4 for' t'
sam1e44 neension141 on $20 a week."-Lou,
1s1 ile Cyouier-'4.i0ur441al.
11 Iiemi h44s not1 e N sted'4 as5 n Iepnl.
ral t' 11ndepenentl nat411ion sin1ce 16420.
ThaIti year 3 wa' f(15ought 1the bl ie of
(1he to Atl ovrhoio.h ioeit
rtytoAsIo 41t.lt 3
1(lEngles 084 the1H4',
MANSFIELD AS AN ACTOR.
His Genius Enabled Him to Turn Bad
Parts Into Good Ones.
We were to open ia new theater in
Panton street, which was not ready, so
we were I ransfer'red to the Rtoyalty.
lansfileld v;s i youn. tunn tlien.
about Iwenty-four. I should say. lie
Vas practinl unlkInow.ti lie soon
beglan to shine at reheasal. Ills part
Vits that or an old beaui. .1. G. Taylor
was to plny in certabht wailer. Thle phay
was anl adatlation (f'om thle IFrenchl.
larlile was the adapter, with no pride
of nuiithorship, s.4) le allowed Aalislield
i good tieal of liberly in the way of in.
teriolatin and biusitness. Day by day
the ent of the old beau Vas built uip.
especially in ''nylor's scenes, until
Mlansfield's i art assumed the propor
tions of a leading character and Tay
lor's part, which was the principal
comedy pmrt of the play, faded away
Into the background. We all began to
take notice of Mansfield and to per
ceive that his charneter was going to
be the part of the play.
One day Taylor rebelled. lIe told
Fariiie and Alexander llenderson. the
manager of the theater. that he was
the leain;g comiedian of the company
and that Mlansfield's charncter had
now become the most Important per
sonage in the comedy. lie protested
violently. I arnle was li a dilemma.
MInsfleld's business andl(] additions
were so elever and so valuable that he
deserved lie promience nec'orded to
him. Taylor was an Important actor
and could not be dispense with.
Mansfield cam1e forward. "Would
Mr. Taylor like my part?" he said.
Taylor felt that, as the principal
comedian, the best part belonged prop
erly to him. Ile ought to have Mans
Mansfield handed it to him. "ly all
means." said lie. "Hero it is." and he
handed over tine manuscript covered
with interpolations. corrections and
We resumed our rehearsals.
"You will allow me." sail Mansiield
to I"arnie - "you will allow tme the
same privilege with this new part you
were so generous as to accord mue with
the other? Mr. Taylor has the advan
tage of my suggestions on the other
character; you will permit me to do toy
best with this?"
"fly all means." said I"arnie, andl to
work we went ngain.
Alansileld built up again. Day by
day, little by little, his new part ab
sorbed scene after scene.-E. 11. Soth
ern in Scribner's.
Mado a Costly Mistake.
A big comtnercial house in the mid
die west raised tle salary of one of its
ollicers to $-10.000 a year.
The ofilcer was greatly pleased.
"Now ily intbilion is satisfied," he
Within two yellers the concern had
foeind a way to dispense with this of
liver's services. It was done cleverly
:ctai1 smuo't hlly. The 11nnn1 nCeer suspet -
ed the real teaison why lie was released.
The head of the concern had over
heard his remark. "We want no noen
in tihis bisiiness whose amlbition is snzt
istled," lie said. "When a min Is satis
fled. when he ceases to plan and tight
for the future, we begin to lose money
on him."-W\'om:ii's llone Comipaniona.
Why She Mad No Outcry.
"You say." said the lawyer, "you
heard tihIs 1111111 break into yoir house
in the dead of night, and yet you made
no0 e.fforl to entii for hneip."
"Thiat Is so."
"Were y ou too f'righntenied to call
"No. I wa~s niot distulrbe'd ai paril e.1
lie bumpled into the rocker of a chaIr
and uihswore(. s) 1 thouight It wvas my1 hus.
ban11d."-Detroit i't'ee Pre'ss.
The Cheerful Face.
Do not be grum apy in your own hiome.
Some folks savec all theIr smiles for
comnpany or' speclal occasions. it Is far'
more niecessary to haippiness to be
cheerful in your own hlome and with
your11 owtn family. If thie home Is unp.
py one enn bear' rud~enless met else.
where. If the home Is hiappy the hap.
piness will radIate among neighibor.
and friends.--Alliwaukee Journal.
Electricity's Friends and Foss.
Explerimlentis have showni that thle
best counductors of lightninig. pslaced in
the order of cond6etiity, aire mietals.
gas coke. graphite. solutlins of salts.
acIds and( water.
The best nioncotnductors, endIng with
the most perfect insulation, are idia
rubiber, guttat percha. dry aiir and1( gases.
wool, ebonite, silk. glass, wax, sul
phiur, resins and paraill.
Rubber that has lost it.s (!astielty
may be rejuvennitedh. necordling to thle
Journal de P'harmia('e et de0 Chiie.
by Immersing it for five mInutes in a
bauth of glycerin mixed ithl twenty
1e times Its volumie of distilled water
anld heated to 70 dlegrees C. and then
drying It with filter' iapler'.
.Little iloy--Thi.. t hly thati lke hd to
me in the park gni t mte some ('llidy3.
Mot her-! hope y'ou wi polite. LIttle*
1loy--Yes, ma, I was. .! aher--Whamt
did( you say? LIttle flouy I salid
wished pa hand mart her before lie got
nequalinlted wih y'on.-- ChiienigoI llorald.
"Ilw(4 Not Facially.
"3lw'olyo preserv'e thle pa init s.o
"'1 put maniy coats oIf v'aish ovr
it." explaIned thre artist. "ibuit."' he
woh 'ik- ini yoiur Cn5 . dr ihily,.
c. w 'l ir 'uir ~ .l nurn a. -
ii - plc li thelay w',rir an ..irele.:. ai
W E COULD add considerably to our profits
by selling an unknown brand of Hat, but we do
not conduct that kind of Shop. .Z The Fall rats you
will find here have the "No Name", Frank Sch1oble and
Knox stamps in them and the Clardy & Wilson repu
tation behind them. When you purchase one, you are
safe. Come in.
1~ / i'NOX
Shoes, Hats and Clothing nr
Will Start, on Next Friday, Sept. 29,
the Combined All-Features Propram
The Greatest Stars on Earth
Are in These Pictures
Paramount Pictures Wilam Triangle Fine Arts
Blue Bird Photoplays Features Keystone Comedies
"Peg o' the Ring," on Saturdays, starts Oct.14
30 Reels---15 Weeks. The Greatest and Only Circus Serial Filmed
Grace Cunard Fancis Ford
Since the dawn of th Motion Pictures, these have been the
Stars who have drawn t crowds, and the stars you all kno-, and
love are in this
Wonderful Fe ure Program at The Ilde Hour
A few out of many actors and actresses.
Mary Pickford Wm. S. Hart This is the largest
Theda Bara House Peters and grandest collection
Dorothy Gish Wallace Reid of actors and actresses
Nance O'Neill Wm. Farnum ever acssembled by any
Geraldine Farrar J. Warren Kenigei picture play-house.
Pauline Frederick King Baggot If anv one tires on
Annette Kelleman Francis Ford the public there are
Blanche Sweet Robert Maatell ninety-n ne others who
Kitty Gordon Dustin Fariium are loved.
Six Big Days Each Week
Monday---Triangle Fine Arts. Thursday---aamount Pictures.
Tuesday--pParamount Pictures. Friday---Biue Bird Photoplay.
Wednesday---Triangle Fine Arts. Saturday--Fox Features.
With "THE PEG 0' THE RING," Starting Oct. 14.
The idle Hour
"The h .opls I a Pat