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Swe afor La s Chilreo, Men
Special Values in Blankets, Hosiery
The Very Latest in Ladies' Neckwear
W. U. Wilson & Co.
CALLED HER FAMILY
TO HER BEDSIDE
Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For
Royso City, Ter.-Afr. Mary Kil- tho better. That was si years ago
man, of this place, says; "After the I a still hero and am a welt
birth of my littlo girl.. .my side c I strong m-oan, and I owo my life to
menced to hurt rue. I had to go back
-ot~wheni I bhe';an to foci better.
to bed. W udled the +lneto-r. Ho r i. i ot 1eS.
treated im ... Lot I got no butter. I (old int'd nit on taking the Cardul
go . worse and '. nil% I th, .-'1ry 1 KII I hreo bcttles and I
was I'il 10 ... I . a.; in b 1 fo: ftv I Was Well
three no:iti; aI" -II-- fu, 1 ) 1,-. ill lily lif . . I
that I was j:'st drw up !iN a 1 n ot., . . at. fioi that
I to! I fual I he wouL Do y l loeadache, .
me a bottle of C'r diul I would try it... or other discoin
I comne d t-ldAMi it,'I iowver, that ah mouth? Or (1 you feel
evening I called my family about , ervus, alul fagged-out? If no,
me... for I l:knew I could not last givo Cardin, the woman's tonic, a
many daysC unless I had a change for trial. J. 71
w aniutsrgt n akntteiarn
Sohrafe l Ithee bnandebtlsan
inpn ae n hoermeb t iallylt .I
Looafr W UG E in a thelofomta
yo rch ie o the, sua-meadce ak
tre pplr flaors.ahmnh O oyufe
So hereafter altrebad
S'si: IN PfI.!NTIY
Th 1 or 4 1 m'I
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dhli( '.lus Iil li l the '1t1 JT~ (l (n
"T i 1111( ea O tr hb v In I)A ' o 1 1a 14c
hil li yIvljl t', h itI hesi lil o -
ex lipatily 13 thei joroI h's(enseo
live.O; Hf he bi 01 ive of bn tbye. 1'% of
Olie a 'Ind Sailor" andi Ios ofy o
alli swvh avi Ited t heI sprem
sacri fice. W\e( wil t IIh erefore alif roach
o<ml- Ihanksgivi , inl Ihe spiritual 'x
oaatioll 0 eautifilly an d fbelingly
expresi-ed by the presidenlt.
"O'll of the storm of b'Iattle, out of
(lhe suiffering of thev world, a1 suddenl
victorlius penleo has beenl nwhieved,
aind a world war, begun by tyrants
who sought. to extend their system
oiver all natlions, has been glorioutsly
eInded. Instead of tyranny triumph
Ing to abrogait otr liberties and to
fetter u1s, ill collniol with all peoples,
wit h milltal'ism, thle Spirit. of democ
rlacy, as exelililled ill Amtierleatn life
aInd ilstitltions and whieb gains its
e.xprission inl the fretldtoi of life.
libety an11d the pi1sltij. of hIppjiless,
hat riltevailed over.'t the forces whilel
souight antid s rove to dist roy jt fdr
"Froi snleh 11en 1an dire lam
i: lhe O n ':i1 d h(;(Il d liv n i lit, 1y
ili. ri' h:f p * ini-1 u, j i fyin til ly
-Iii Fo Ii'' *4 1 :11 .; 44iof ; ulj I')
; I or f 4t. ain f- !1h 111 rlii b.I.
(;od for : I riii- e . \' or N eV lit 1. 1:
:111 \\v , ;11 , v. n "l hat da.y, -sill cija ly
c- il!l, pnn-laIiIn in-, 4ur0ra11d to Ohw
ui(4 4r 'i l1Id. - ll Oh wor d for th is
1 si111a l i'lii4 oith Ow power of
i4 4lsi )1, litle y anld hui i j otil' y o:1e41 ell'
plower1 of oppressionl, forl'I a d 'rrpo_
Colds Cause Girip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thcro is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVES signature on box. 30c.
iill (6ROSS'~ WII,li 00) ON.
ling;e Artmy' WIll Not lbe IlmoilizeAtd.
-Ph iladel ph Ia, Nov. 21 .'-"The great
Red Cross army of mercy wvhich this
war' has called Into being must never
be dlemlobilized," said ElIot Wads
worth, acting chairmnan ot the execuI
tive committee of the Red Cross, In
an address here today to workers In
"That the Red Cross should stop, or
that its sp)irit shouldt die away, Is u
believable," said Mr. Wadswl5~or.h.1 "Thie
Intense symp~athy of America for suf1
fering hutnanity will not cease wilth
the coming of peace. WVhere suffering
exists, there AmerIca will go wivth an
open1 hand, asking no return except
tihe sasisfaction of having helped.
"As the nations have strutggledl to
excel on tile battlefleldl, so now they
will struggle in tihe wvork of recon
strucetion which faces them."
Mir. Wadsworth said that In feed
In~g and clothIng tihe dlistr'essed peo
iples of Europe there can he no qules
tion that grave emiergenicles will arise
wvhich wvillI require Instant action on
the part of volunteetr agencIes able to
cut tihe red tape and achieve iulicker
resuilts. HereIn 'will lie the opp1)or
l unity of the Amierleani Red Cross, he
EAT ATABLET! STOP
DYSPEPSIA AT ONCE
'aipes Iin lit'lisliin stnnfly) rel les e a
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4, i Hi i u '4 n.811 1 an4:2 eb -4
,.a 3 1 .0 ) ': rPolli orn
in . n . ahomt .:m 1110 aI .
m r11ne in rates on ly ::-i1 l
: a Cff of abou
?f0,0 in rv'nli l'e.
TIh comtifliI d' .nii d ferred df'cisiol oi
th I h'nll- 1. ,juggestedj bq y Svecreta ry .\le
Adon and specifleally preseln t ed yes
terday by Chairman .1 timons for in..
Corporat ing In tihe measure specil'
r*a t es for 1920 taxation by wlich tle
O 1 I evetile yield would be limited
to $I.lEtO,(),O)O. letIIblian u meibers
still vigorously opipose legisla tion for
1920 nid fhe eomm niittee decid(ed to
iass that quttestioln teiimporar-ily. TI'o
mIorrow it will res ume revision of tlie
Iliscel leous taxes.
Teti per cenit taxes imposed in tie
house lill on batling suits and photo
graphs or reproductions wvre entirelv
eliminated and that tei ))e' cent ofi
fir- and wool articles iade applicable
to rur. manufacturrs wnly. t-t the ex
I-is". Iteul o whn e ws ma1l4 in
til-t I i H\ , ,c i n o i
-- n o i. fl r '..;
A D1, \il NTO.-.10C1
1fWh111l'se Is I:
Thounis,? iys hundrids of tlhoums
a-l ' If peoplv t u oit .\tihoien
'e taking the slow dathtil I reatient
They are murIIderinig lltir own
stoiiach, tie best frieid they have,
iand ini theirt sublimtue igntoranie they
Ithik thftey ate put ting aside thle Inaws
Thluis is no sesi~i onalI stat emen;
It is a star'tling fact, the truthl of
whIch any honor'able phlysicianl will
These thousands of pieople arce swal
lowing daily htige qutantities of pepI
sIn and othier 'strong digesters, made
especifalfto digest the food in the
stomach wIthout any aId at all fr'om
the dilgestive membhrance of the stem
'Mf-o-na stomiachi tablets relieve is
tressed stomach In five minutes; they
do more. Taken regularly for' a few
wveeks they build up the run dawn
stomach and mak cit strong enough
to digest its owvn food. Then indiges
tion, abelching, souir stomach and
headache will go.
'Si-o-na stomach tablets are sold by
druggfsts everywher'e and by Laurens
AMERIICA TOTfA LS LOSS.
Annoumncemenut 'of Ships Stunk During
Washington, Nov. 21.-Loss of 145
American passenger andl merchant,
vessels of 3541,4419 tons and 775 lives
through acts of the enemy during the
period from the heginning of the
world war to the cessation of huostflf
tIes November 11 is shuown by figures
made putblic today biy the departnment
rf labor's bureau of niavigation. The
r'epor't does niot Incltude sever'al ves
siels, thte loss of which has not heen es
tablishied as due to aets of the einmy.
N ineteenCi vesset s and (17 lives w'etc lo
th rough use of t orpeidoes, min les and1(
[ited States inito th2 wvat.
A0) it1u\11 F10i
f\iat a. f a. s ys th'.' wa, if Itn
opro\ thit h int
ftl ti *ut I' 4h
I' ! i t*1f ~ i 't h . o
1 i'' n t 1;o 1 ':h t 1ie
11:1I IW i i C I '
I. 1\~ -"'. - I~' 11T
Ian vtie P . Iell woman.' oi ver y imr,
1 u i l 1 2 1 eI Ii Ii :i 4 ) i iit ' ( 1 : 1 . , ! . fl .
tIa 1. '111111 It bt it If %., o 41
"Wiam may wvork from sun to suin, but wVoman's
work is necver* done." That's why womenC ai-e
overworked, nervous, all run down, no ape 1 tite
and can " hardly drag around. '\Vinol creates a
hearty appetite, strengthens, the digestive organs,
induces sound slecp, invigorates the nerves, and in
this natural manner creates working streng(th.
N~arragansett Pier, R.I. Jacksonville, Ill.
I was all run-down, back ached, "I kee hos o yli aiy
fo hsand tird alfourim. chilr house but got into a wveak, nervous, run
foruld huadke aond rcirnS an down condition, tired all the time and
tried vihad kee arud -ialy Ino ambition. My dloctor told me to
trealt and it has oresoedl my try Vinol, and in a week I felt like a
I recommend It to others who a n oo aftrs y ba ando sro alin,
this condition." Mrs.HalnahRandall, housework. "--Mrs G. I. Lamson
Fvor kd evis all runn-down, io-,, neicniin,,waiomnoooro ipthie,
fooblo old pe'opl and'delie cdii r er e ro r l no ,.
- L I - in. CO n lr ry he
Wrhy Cmpare seef and
Swift & Company has frequently stated
that its profit on beef averages only one
fourth of a cent a add, cnd hence has
practically no effect on the price.
Comparison has been made by the Federal
Trade Commission of this profit with the
profit on coal, and it has pointed out that
anthracite coal operators are content with
a profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef
profit of one-fourth of a cent a pound means
a profit of $5.00 a ton.
The comparison does not point out that
anthracite coal at the seaboard is worth at
wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton
of beef of fair quality is worth about
To carry the comparison further, the 25
cent profit on coal is 3 / per cent of the
The $5.00 profit on beef is only 1% per
cent of the $400.00 value.
The profit has little effect on price in either case,
but has less effect on the price of beef than on the
price of coal.
Coal may be stored in the open air indefinitely;
beef must be kept in expensive cooler,, because it is
highly perishable and must be refrigerated.
Coalis handled by the carload or ton; beef is deliv
ered to retailers by the pound or hundred weight.
Methods of handling are vastly different, Coal is
hanldled in open cars; beef must be shipped in
refrigerator cars at an even temperature.
Fail-ness to the public, fairness to Swift &
Company, fairness to the packing industry, demands
that these indisputable facts be considered. It is
impossible to disprove Swift & Company's state
ment, 'dhat its pi-olits on bee-f e~re so small as to have
practically no effect on prics.
Swift & Comnpany, U. S. A.
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