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Wiuess in St. LIouis RMot Tragedy 1
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Ner1 VC:. At 1 . Th011d gCCoCvern0
sparglyof potalo. is j. .0 bu s. an
c(mcin e d f Not.(,CICI.IC UnSh ls 1,er
IC ( 'C WC [,'. 'i lt( also 1:2 CC IC) 1 101 fill.
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I lin lo:I IC)ini:C 10C S Ib I '.
Spaing lly of potatoes,"' Mr. SweeiMt
('IICICCe lmd. NCCt onlyV is therel. a su-11
In uIse for over 40 years?
Thousands of voluntary
letters from wom'.., tell
;--;-- m good Cardii
/]has done them. This is
the best proof of the value
of Cardui. It provcs that
Cardui is a good medicine
There are no harmful or
habit-forming drugs in
Cardui. It is composed
only of mild, medicinal
ingredients, with no bad
You can l'y on Cardul.
Surely it will do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women! It should help.
"1I was taken sick,
seemed to be . . .,
writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Madison Heights, Va.
"I, got. down so weak,
could hardly walk...
Just staggered around.
..1. read of Cardul,
and after taking one bot
tie, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
-took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take it In
the spring when run
down. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It !s the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardui.
I ~ 9/Ai~ rug .10
PLOT FO lIEVoL'
tir. Cook, Artle Explorer, Was to have
iecii h11iiled and .\ssassins were to
l'rorcied l'ndr iis Name.
(hi agolL. Oct. 18.- Dr. Crederick
\.Coo%. the A\r,'tic explorver, and .1
-2-: i .os wierte among those
a; I for awinalloun by tile Il
h in the alvlegetd plot to fo
- iiil\o oi i l.I in India to (illlar
Wtv t I iiUain during the wrI
h lLii aia.iony02 givent tU Su
i ' Ch.' . n f iiinil priest, in
..I t at L od-t y's s i -;.,lol
it Il: S1l2vA2%;t"s it
i ( ' P ; i .t Jw do b 0en,
- al' m lk and tile kidnap
iing ow liuliTm., pe(rs;ons waZS pazrt Of
Ik i1r iivilki t the l I .
li i l hit., C hatt Ivrj i a id,
e I to him Il Ma ni la b y
1!i Il' Whmli, out, of th dt, eit
S ' .- d 1, 1i i c rew\v
V I mi-t an xi mdi ion in
I it . i I l 2 ii iItya, u111n
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I I- listl ic t 2 lii (ohi%
1"i oi 4 i 0-t ill mil par1ty v'cri,
- - I. i: h to b il I pw Ilkr
hin i ln 1 14
:, i , ' .: ; (n s t;rI. it 11,1ita in ."
T \.iv . c- I f to IthIis ( oun It ry
-. to:. .io i tun Lin 111 but lIater
(a i to litke 11 in I in't al
pi 100,y i;upa. ne of t0Vrhe de
IdIak I N ' I .I It lold (1f, meeil iitss held ill
:4;n Fraincisco in 1. at which plans
orth I:)# '.i-edi plot were discussed
and (t i2' to .'danila with the at
It con:Ii pirii.ator.i. The witnless was
la1t er itrre- td w1ith oIther.., and
broll"u. g t I. b.iik to this c(ountry for
()n eross .-.xalininationi ChatterIji ad
Iniid Ie had been imprisoned for si.x
months in India before hie confessed
and was brouti~ her.
Thoatuas .1. Tunlney. acting captain1
of tlit New Yorl; \Iiti 1i0lic (1e imirtmveilt
testiled to an alle.('n'd conuei2Sion made
ho h0.n by l1iiit1 Iaal Gupta in New
Yor,. .lairch I ll. 1i1 7, and his 1 esti
11n w1am s ' corr-loorated by (wiorge C
lHin tt. :I Newt\ York deetiie set
l Ii I m 1 t:;hI Captain von i'i.
n :h' muilikary attache of tIh (hr
:01 embtls av in the It-ited Fqa!tes
in 1 -1it of oilico-. in lower lIroad
Wa saild Tunlney. "Ile Said he r
.cived teit il(( in six or seiveln pay
mesllil and it was- to be used In ma1
nu11 a Irip it) the Orient. lHe said li.
or he wtlt to (China and .1apall and
1i2irchased(I firearnis and ammunitioll
for use in the revolution in India
tilpta told mie that. von Papen said
lie wi-ould buy additional flirearms and
ammunition in the United stateS aind
Ship it In the Oeii tby ivay of the
Sout ''m. "~~ (sutat toldI mte lhe ret urn2
e't tO this~ countr1 y Inl Junei, 1916G, at'
ter' haini' g beenl foliotwedl by detect ives
a11 over'l ('hina and1 Japan. lie said
212ha t hile 121 Japian 1he was giv1enl pro-.
teetion 112n0 one occasion ini tile htome
of' a high pub Ilie ollcial.
"'le told me the( h 2'leadquta rteris of the
movemen1021t was~ in lIrol in."
MOTH ER! GIVE CH ILD
"SYRUP OF FIGS" IF
TONGUE~ IS COA TED
ii 4 cros, iceverishi, sIlek, biilius, ('1ean1
1ind nothinig else ('lean~ses the tenderC2
41tomauchi, liver and 222howels so nicely.
A child simoply will not stop1 playing
(2 empltly thei biowels, an th1 le resul t is,
lhepy become sl ighly13 ciloggedl withI
w~asic, livnr gets sluiggishl, stomach
40221, the 11y1our22 little one becomes
'ross, hl f-sick, feverish2, don2t's ea t,
<leep or02 a (tI na tral ly, breath is had,
Vsy(tem full oI(f (old, has sore thiroat,
I toma1ch-nae or' ~ dirrhoa. Listen,
\lothler! See it' Iongute is coat ed, thten
de a teilspoontful of "'Califorila Syrup
)f Figs" and1 in1 a fewv hiours all the
ons1t ip~ated1 waste, sour bile and1(.nndi
~ested1 food plasseq Out of thle sysilent
nd1( you have a well, pl, yful chyld
.illiiions of mtlthers give "'Cal ifdrn ia
Ryrutp of Pigs" because it jaisf . -fectly
tarmilless; chIldren love it.,iint it nev
'r t'ails; to net on the stoanh, liver'
Ask your drutggist for a biottie of
'Cali fornia Syrupl of Figs'", which has
'll directions for babies, chtildren of
til ages and~ totr grown-ups plainly
pr'Inted on the bottle, fleware of
'otunter'feits s0old here, Get the genui
Ie, maide by "California Fig Syrup
!omp aniy." llefutse anly of ter kind
Enterta inmet at ('enitral Academy,
At Central Academy, Thursi2'day ev
lninlg Octobet' 25th, an entertalnnment
wvillI he given t owhlichl the putbice ls
3ordially invited. Boxes of lunch, ie
treamn, etc., will be sold fot' the ben
ifIt of tile school.'
[>tlves Out Malaria, Builds Up System
t'he Old Standard general strengthening tonic
)ROVJ$'S TA8TJETMSS chili TONIC,drlvesoul
lfaiariA~enrlcchesthe bloodeand builde upntheys
em. A true tonic. For adults and children. 6en
FOR INDIGESTION OR
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
II live mlinnl1te s! No dyspepsint, heout
burn or any stomach misery.
Sour, gassy, uplet sltollacll. tindiges
I Ion, leartburn, dyspepiala; when the
I:ld yolu eat ferments into gases and
up:iutet yot1; your head aches and you
ek1 rlek and miserable, that's when
you realize the wonderful acid neutral
i'g powel 10. Pape's Diapepsin. It
Iaks is 8all tch stollanchi iservvy, (e to
idlity, vn1sh inl five mlai luttes.
If y4url stomliachl is inl a con11itollt
V 01 if you can't ge ii r-eglaittled.
sev::4, for vourikll. yPpe' Dia
eleil. It's so ieeleina to Itfav all
stomliaelh-l-mhake yo r ' t meal a
1011 fodl ml ,il. the 1ihe a little
ivIlopsin. There vill I > he any dis
rm - (at witloltl fear. It*;' becallse
'sa iapetsiln "eally doe:" wveel
'I n ot-of-order stoltaci- th:d give it
i o iiloios of sales anllillially.
; .1 'arge fifty-cllt case, of P1ape's
D apeisin froil ally drug store. It is
the 1pliekest. mlies 11n11acid 111 slom
0(1l relief kn1own. It acts almost like
Ili mit ---it iS 1 scilentitic', halll oess anld
Itan hI toach preparlation whih
t be~lonr invery home11.
The Negro Troops.
A very fine spirit has marked the
departure of the niegroes from their
homes in various parts'of South Caro
lisa for Camp Jackson to begin ser
viec iII arms under the Selective
Draft act. Lai'ge Crowds have )Cn
seOinig themii off' at the railway sta
tionis, hoth whites and blacks assem
bling for this Purpose. II a number
Of PlaSceS Patriotic Iallies have been
held anid speeches have )on 11m,adc
Which have arolsed great eithusiasn.
-It Is gratifying that tii'shlold0 ( 1)e
0he 'a1 . it is especially gratifying
Out tile white people of South Caloli
Ila are showing a thoroughl apprecia
11011 of tihe Manner In which tile ne
fgroes ar1e answerilng this call to duty.
IThVere would have been many iegroes
to volunteer If it had simply been al
a111peal which the governIent had
sent out for mil. It was not left op
(i0111 with theim, but they are going
ill a spirit of service as well as of
obedience, anld their leaders, without
exceptionl in these Iparts, SO fllar as we
)ST men who 4
dressed these 4
ibors as some i
v. And most I
md all of them
e have one gre
) farmers about
Lrt Schaffner &
known to all ol
riuch about qual
clothes. The r
my garment is all
iyer needs to se<
ding your style,
Ion't have to "se
a "buy" them.
e mention farm
Less men, most lI
ieir money. T
'e sell lots of good ci,
e do to all sorts of bu:
ir & Marx clothes are
"The home of Hart Sc
havo noted are advising them sensi
bly aind patriotically. If there has
been a sifigio protest against the war.
or against compelling the negro to (10
service, 'from any Southern negro it
has not come to our attention.
'The loyalty of the negroes Is in
stinc tive. They have -neithor time nor
country needs them ihey will go un
iquestionably and (10 whatever they
are l asked to do. "Do you want to go
to France?" "if they call me I got to
go." At. one of the registration booths
in Charleston, and probably at many
others throug oout the state and the
,I)II , thhi dialogue was repeated
scors (of t oime il nRgistration Day.
The negr oes have met the first 1est
tile negro leader; of Sonth Carolina
have carnled the commi( ( ieldation of
them which i. being freely voleced by
wllite citizenls everywhere. The lead
er's have realized, as it was hoped t hey
would, tihat in a Way thelir race is on
trial. Evidently they are determined
(hat it shall acquit itself wel l.-News
>)wn farms are
lays; they knov
is regarded :
idication of his
Farmers are pr<
want to look
at advantage ir
Marx clothes I
F you that we n<
ity; you know ti
tame of these na
that the well-i
e; after that it's
your fabric, you:
11l" Hart Schaffi
ise they are,
~een to have th
othes to farmers; just
siness men; Hart Sch
the kind such men we
haffner & Marx clothes"
Dr. T. B. Cothram is a well-known
iharniacist of Alexis, Ala. And when
to et3 bilious br needs a purgativo
ledlLl4n, whlt do you su>poso ho
loes? Out of his whole big stoclof
iver medicino ho elects an(d4.ise
-'Cge Liver Re lator. He say3
Thero ii none b tier." That's a
>retty strong ondo som don't -you
;hink, from a m n -vi knows all
ibout tie meri o il dil eront medl
ines of the mar e Granger Liver
Regulator is vegetablo, does
1ot gripo nor frritX the delicato lini
ing cC the istonnch and bowels and
.ilways gives quick and pleasant re
a1ts. it is tile best system purifier
Known. Your druggist can supply
you-25c f'or large box. Accept no
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
To~kc LAXAT1J' DtOMO Quinine. it stops thie
Comrig' mid lcadnclie 1( works off the Cold.
Drixgista refund mutoliy It it fails to cure.
U~. W GROVIUi3 siguature ou cach box. 30C.