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UGH! CALOM[L MAKS
Just once! Try "Dodson's
Liven tip your sluggish liver! Feel
ilne and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of ainbi
tion. But take no nasty, dangerous
calomel because it makes you sick and
you may lose a day's work.
Calomel Is mercury or <iuieksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sotr bile like
dynamite. breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and erantp
L-iIete to ue- if you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlet. liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless L)odson's
Liver 'Tone tonuiht. Your druggist. or
dealer sells you a 50 cent bottle of
Dlodson's liver 'lone under my person
This year ma
versary of t
ment of the
bankl in the C
izations are s;
fort comes at
merce and in<
on the peop:
No longer c
draw on the a
velop its reso
From now a
States must pi
An account in a so
national progress a
One Dollar Sta
N. B. DIAL, President
, & 4
for Fall and Wir
embrace Silks a
hams, Table Lir
A complete lir
cluding the lates
Scarcity of g<
ditions and it a
wisdom to make
" T6r.O u REL AmLE"
A YO DRGiT
AND BQWLS MY WAY
Liver Tone" when Bilious
,Don't lose a day's work
at money-back guarantee that each
sipoonful will clean your sluggish liv
er better than a dlose of nasty calomel
and that it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morning
because you will wake tip feeling fine,
your liver will be working, headache
and dizziness gone; stomach will be
sweet and bowels regular.
I)odson's 1.1 ver Tone is entirely veg
ettable, therefore harmless and can not
salivate. (ive it. to your children.
Millions of ipeoule are using l)odson's
Liver Tone instead of dlangerous calo
mel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of ('alomel is almost
stoied entirely here.
.rKs the anni
ration of this
)eeding up the
ough, this ef
a time when
tress in com
Le's power to
oavings of the
of Europe for
which to de
n the United
oduce its own
wings banli insures
nd your own inde
rts an Account!
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
arrival of goods
~ter wear. They
nd Wool Dress
and Dress Ging~
en, Hosiery and
ie of Notions, in
t styles in ladies
>Ods and rapidly
are business con
rill be the part of
ison & Co.
L.ax-Fas, A Mild, Ef'active Laxative & Liver Tonic
Does ifot Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.
In addition to other properties, Lax-F~os
contains Cascara in acetable form, a
stimulating Laxative and onic. Lx-Foa
acts effectively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. A t the same time, it aids
digestion,arouses the liver and secretions
and restores the heslthy functions. 50c.
Letter From the
The following Interesting letter, re
eived by Capt. J. W. Lanford from
his daughter, Mrs. Cooley, in the Phil
lipine Islands will be read with inter
est by her friends and acquaintances
besides the other subscribers to The
E~tghteen years has passed since th
Americans took possession of the 'hil
ippilne Islands. During this time we
have done more to establish peace and
order than the Spaniards did in four
hundred. The Philippine islands are
an asset instead of being a delriment
or a source of weakness to the 1'. S.
We need these Islands and we should
keep them. We are a world power to
day and we need to have territory in
this section of the globe. E'very other
great country has, and in the struggle
for trade markets the I'. S. has to have
her sphere of influence. The Amerl
can government has succeeded in
iilding up a solid structure, an en
lightene-d and prosperous country. We
have had in the service here some of
Anterica's most coinpetent men. They
have regarded themselves as Irustees,
acting not oly for the advantage of
ie '. S.. hult for the benelit of the
people of the I'hilippines. ith great
task that w%"e have heen doing in educa
ion, sanitiati ion a, in the preserva
lion of law and order will continue.
and Ihese are tIhe tasks Ihat plake the
America go ''rnneit of tll- l'hilippines
a ehapter inl colonial history of which
we imay well i- proid. I ha'w. given
you iterhaps an idea of the geperal
state of affairs. Nowv just a lity,
Ske'tch of the imullediale eomtry or IS
land on which we live.
The Alindiano group includes five
large islands and many smnaller on1es,
making 261 in all. The great isand of
Mindiano has an area of 311,292 square
miles, and a coast line of I.592 miles
and is the second in size of the Philip
Vines. It's Just about the size of the
state of Indiana.
The coast line is very Irrer lar, in
dented with (eel bays, forming some
of the finest harbors In the world. The
surface of Mindiano is very mnoiuntain
ous. There are several active volcan
oes. Mt. Apo, stands out conspicuous
ly. It rises 10,312 feet above the level
of the sea and Is the highest peak in
tile Pihilippines. It's sumnit consists
of three peaks covered with a deposit
of sulphur and which glistens In the
sunlight like mountains of gold. Near
'the top is a lake from which flows a
stream of cold water while a stream
of hot water flows from another
source. Mindfiano has some of the
largest. rivers ini the Philippines. The
word, "Mlindiano" means, 'Island of
lakes," so we find them without num
ber throughout the whole island, but
one in partleular, I wIll mention.
"I'ake Ianao", is very deep and is
suRpposed( to lie the (rate r of an extintie
voi(!ano. The water ini it rises and
falls in ani extraordinar mvilannuer, and1(
mianiny suilIphur spurings are found
nearbhy t he lake. The1 lake 'on tainis
six small islands, t h, largest one is
Therioe ate miany fort ile 'alleys and
thle Island1( is covere w01'Vit h miagn11i teenit
forests. In Ithe soumt hertn par IIcoal is
found In tommeiirci (Itiant ity, all of
wh'leh wea wO'ill w'.rite Ia ter,. icuding
the di ftferen t Itri be, t heir custom11s, etc.
I itr''s hiojitig you mianiy find sotme
thing In haire liat will inuteresl you
andii your i paiper, I w ishi i hiatd sens
(noughi to wrIte half I see anti kno1w.
We have ('omlpany cuintg out today
for a wveek's visit. 'Thle lady whiom I
vis'titdt ini May when I wen('lt otn a tour
aroutndl thie islanids. STh' lives tight on
this "'Lake Ibanao'' that I spoke of. We
sailed aroundo II all daty in a laiunchi, It's
so ( old itp thiere and uasually ralin or
('lou~dy. 14ast w.eek we had w.ith us I wvo
nav'.y wotmen; ti dr husbantds arme calp
tains of torpiedo( boats, so whIle they
were a way thle ladies stoppiedI withl us.
One of Ithem has a little giral and she
has a ('IneIse w..omlanI for a nurse. This
Chinese wvomanl wears a long coat
made like a shirt and t rouisers. Efie is
very kInd and looks out for "liettlec"
fine. The boat leaves at teni this A. M.
so I'll have to get this off. i've writ
ten thIs before breakfast, but dlon't
ask our breakfast hour.
Hloping you are all well. Love to
one and all,
Wood men Itahy.
All the members of Pecan Camp andl
surrounding Camps, with their friends
who are not Woodmen, are earnestly
rerluested to meet at our hall Thuirs
day evening, Nov. 9th at 7:30. Mr. M.
W. Hobo, our Diat. Mgr., of Spartan
butrg, will make otne of his stirrIng ad
dresses on Woodcraft. Especially do
wo desire all those who are of the
proper age, and have over thought of
joining our noble order. Come one,
J, 'E1. Johnson, Clerk,
TYLERSYILLE NEWS *
Tylersville, Nov. 6.-Rev. J. K. Hol
man filled his regular appointment at
Sandy Springs Sunday morning.
Miss Mattie Sloan has been very sick
for about a week but is some better at
Quite. a number from this commun
ity attended service at Bethany Sun
Mrs. A. 13. Blakely and children of
Clinton spent last Friday with Mr. and
.\irs. T. P. Poole and family.
Miss Mable Blume who is teaching
at Ware Shoals spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. )onnan and
Miss Grace Poole left yesterday for
her school at Warrior Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Poole spent 'un
day with Mrs. Poole's mother.
We are very sorry to learn that
Miss Mattie Ilobo Poole is sick with
pneumonia. We hope for her a
Mrs. L. F. Nabors of Laurens spent
aiturday night with her sister, Mrs.
.1. F. Poole.
Returns A fter 1' went.y-Five Years.
Murphy, N. C., Nov. 2.-Twenty-f-ve
years ago in an altercation with a
playmate, IR. L. Phillips threw a rock,
striking the other boy on the head, kill
ing him. The yocng assailant, fearful
of the consequences, fled, and for a
(tuarter of a century his whereahouts
had not been known even to his own
father. Today Phillips appeared. here
and gave himself up to the authorities,
after revealing his identity. lie had
been in the west and accumulated con
siderable means. Ills own father and
brothers didt not recognize hiin.
lie will stand trial for the deal Ii of
his boyhood playmate.
Made Strong and Well by Vinoi
This letter proves there is nothing
equal to Vinol to create strength for A
weak, run-down conditions.
Vestal Centre, N. Y.-"I am a far- I
mer 74 years Of age and got into a
weak, run-down condition as a result G
of the Grippe. I Our druggist suggested 2
ianol to build me .np and I noticed
an improvemellt ,Acon after taking it, Y
and it has restdred my strength so f
can now do a good day's work. My
wife has also taken Vinol for a run
down condition with splendid results." L
--1. W. 'LESTER.
TICA LATRICNS .DRI'G CO., LAUIRINS
Also at the leading drug store in all
South Carolina towns.
Who will visit
Spartanburg, S. C. on
Grand St. Parade
at 11 O'clock
Speaking on the
Lawn at 12
Thousands will b e
there will you?
Woodmen fromn all
sections of Carolinas
and Georgia will as
semble at Spartan
lburg on Thursday,
Nov ember 1 6 th
where Hon. W. A.
Fraser the biggest
man in Woodcraft
will speak to thou
sands---will you be
Keep Your E3
And meet me oni the
of a big man represe
ance Society in the w
Preserve the leather and nake
your shoes wear loner. They
contain no acid and will not
.y crack the leather. Easiest to use'
and their shaie lasts longer.
THE P.P.DAL.-KY CO...TD. BUPPALO. N. .
RINGS RINGS RINGS
WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTNENT . OF STYLISH
INGS TO SHOW YOU. BUT WE DO NOT JUGGLE THE
RICES. WE TREA T EVERY ONE WHO PLACES CONFI
ENCE IN US WITH THE SAME HONES T CONSIDERA
ION. AND YOU MUST TRUST TILE JEWELER WHEN
OU BUY 111S GOODS.
WE REFER THOSE WHO HAVE NEVER DEALT WITH
S TO THEIR FRIENDS WHO HA VE.
. A. Fraser
.ommander, W. 0. W.,
re on Spartanburg, Thursday
er 16th, 1916 at Noon
Court House green and hear the big speech
niting the biggest and best Fraternal Insur
>rld to the biggest crowd you ever saw.
f. BOBO, Chairman, Fraser Campaign Corn.