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OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR -KIDNEYS
Science says that old ago begis it swallow of water. The oil stimulates
weakened kidneys and digestive orgns. the kidney action and enables the
This being true, it is easy to believe organs to throw off the poisons which
that by keeping the kidneys and di- auso premature old ago. New life and
gestive organs cleansed and in proper strength increase as you continue the
working order old age can be deferred treatment. Whon completely restored
and lifb prolonged far beyond that en- continue takln a capsule or two eacb
JOYed by the average person. da.GOLD MEaDAL II aarlen Oil Cap
ies will keep you In health and vigor
For over 200 years GOLD ME DAL and prevent a return of the disease.
Harlem Oil has been relieving tho Do not wait until old age or disease
weaknesses and disability due to ad- have settled down for good. Go to your
vancing years. It Is a standard old- druggist and get a box of GOLD
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containing about 6 drops each. Take original Imported GOLD MEDAL brand.
them as you wbuld a pill, with a small In sealed packages.
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$ure, quick, pleasant relief from Indigestion Pain,
Gas, Acidity, Heartburn or Dyspepsia.
The omne you eat a
fablet r t% , all the indi-4
gestio , ses, pain, acid
ity stomach distress
Costs little-All 'drug
stores. Buy a box!
LIPS.a Paes _iappi ONYOURIEC
CALLED HER FAMILY
TO HER BEDSIDE
Six Years Ago, Thinldng She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
She Is a Well, Strong W an and Praises Cardui For
Royse City, Ter.-Mrs. Mary Kil- the better. That was six years ag&
man, of this place, says; "Af the and I am still here and am a wel%
birth of my little girl.. .my i cofm. stren woman, and I ewe my ife t0
_C ul. I had only taken half t00
menced to hurt me. I bad to o back C u h. I an ta half te
to bed. We called the doct r. '
The misery in my side got less... 3
treated me.. .but I got no be e . I continued right on taking the Cardut
got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I
was unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well
three months and suffered such agony did never felt trinmle
that I was just drawn up in a knot... day to this."
I told my husband if he would et Do you surfer from headache, back
me a bottle of Cardul I would try it... ache, pains in side3, or other discer.
I Commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel
evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-out? If so,
me... for I know I could not last give Cardul, the voman's tonic, a
many days unless I had a change for trial. f. 71
Mak Moe Man n ieon tey icm
Nevr bfor, n te hstoy fots c h onth? oriii dVo(yufee
h( l~ inbigelii flt ' atu iv e Cardui, the woman' the iceate
man days unLles 1o I, hence itangeefor tial, thtymaeec cegof
Never befnr e, " i thec his tor of~ usei cof n-try, hav f armprot
br ogh su high prei cles ab lAn d thrcce sfu fe till reiabite
uePlantrlzer 90to95 thei fdr-i to bae so
Doubles Your Yield
Fori many113 yearsl Pillinter Ftillzer has been thle nrefer ence of the
SouithI's mfost .succsful farmers! , becau. e~ it ha~s made it. possible
to) pr'oduce biigger, bietter crops. Make ever~y acrIe count t his year
G IT S IC i/i'm TH11ATi W iLL PIAI YOU. Cut'iiii our Agent for
r~Iee Adic ie, I nrormat ion and1( .lrices--or~ write u.s diIre JTOAY*
it means~l diol lars to yeou.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
1'hlarles~tonl - ' IFA''~tIS - South ('arolina
P RUN~hAE WONDERFUL
Rundown and Unable
Work , To VitalizQ
Pe nam Dleased to recop e g
rego m-nhealth w Syste
nervous WOrry andu wa nable to
friend recommended eruna and
sai ere wastruret. at it o~u4 Mr. George Atkinson,
that I was gettng better and In ~nteati r eanadMme
a little ever tw. months I wa ni workmen, 323 If. 8th Ave.,
able to resume m duties with Ton ette opsie aeltl
cta~nlyi a Wonderful medioin) doubt of hi fait itn Pereun ttl
to vital le the system."
For Sate Everywhere Iequt4 or Tablet Form
LEVY NINE AND
Comptroller General Prepa
of Government for Year.
. :, for Public Schools--!
Rut L. Osborne, comptroller gen
eral, has completed his estimate of
expenses for the State government for
1919, which shows that if all appro
priastions asked be granted the State
levy this year wil b0 nine and one
half mills on total taxable values of
$37),178,499, from which a revenue of
$3,457,472.61 will be derived.
The State levy of the last general
assembly was also nine and one-half
mills, which was later reduced to
eight and one-fourth mills by the
comptroller general because of the en
larged revenue incident to increased
va-luation of the State's tresources.
Many of the institutions of the State,
limwever, always ask the maximum fig
tres, which are usually trimmed by
the legislature, and the estimated
Rate levy will in all likelihood be
Increases asked by the various State
:lepartments this year amount to $635,
)89.28.. Six offices and departments
are asking decreases amounting to
$7-1.810.77. The largest item in the
!olumn of reduc'tions is for elections,
this item alone amounting to $43,925.
The State Council of iDefense is ask
Ing for only $5,000 against $25.000
one year ago. The attorney general's
ofie Is eutt ing (own its approximated
expense for the coming year $3,385.40;
the Citadel, $188.8.131.52; interest on the
State debt, $560; and public buildings,
The largest increase asked is in the
oiee of the State superintendent of
VEJIV MANY DEATHS
IN NOVEMBER 1918
More Than Two Thousand Passed
Away During' Month.
According to statistics recently com
piled by C. W. Miller, chief clerk of
the bureau of vital statistics of the
State board of health, 2,227 persons
died in South Carolina during the
month of November as a result of in
fluenza and pneumonia.
Of this number 761 wer. whites and
1,421 negroes. To these totals should
be added the 45 deaths reported from
the City of 'Charleston for the month.
Following is a list of the counties,
together with the number of deaths of
whites and negroes: .,
Abbevill .. ...... 1
Aiken .. .. .. .. .. 20 4.1
Iaberg........ 1 2
Barnwell ........ 9
faufort.. .. .. ..2
Calhoun .. ......2
('hartlest on County . . 7
Cherokee .. .........2
Chester .. .........21
Chesterfld .. ...........1
Colleton .. .........43
D~arlington ........' 1
Farfel............ 20 4
Hamto . . .. 1 4l
I~rr . .. .. .. 17 1
faset ....... 25 1
Le ...... .. 9 17
Dilon -.... .... .. 63 3
Dtt oretr. ..... .. 10 27
Fairfeid .... .. .... 25 1
Gorgetown .. .. .... 22 21
Grekenv.lle.... ....... 401
Camp Sevier.......... 59 4
CGtpeenwo. .. .. .. 63
Tpamtonn.. .. .. ..12.1
Cam Wdswrt .. .. ..17 0
.uttser .. .... .... 1 13
Kershaw .... .. .... 13 21
Wlaesb..rg .. .. .. 17 2
Lork .. .... ...... 10 :1.3
Maroa.... ....... 76 112
TheSroy Withsta.nd th Wit1
AColdettor .T.tan the .Weak
durancehr .. fi.h Cods Gri and 9nlen
conitioand .o.. not circulate prpely
alun.z.a . by Puifi. e Enicin
eprts of . Qu ..n and ..o In aor
amp adsoth ..s delicat stmah
indo .. p ..sn to tak. You can sonee
The Strthng, Wigoatn Ethect Wnte
res Estimates of Expenses
-Largest Increase Asked
several Items of De
-evy Last Year.
'education, in which John E. Swearin
gen, State superintendent, is asking
for an Increase of $283,795.08 for the
public schools above last year's fig
ures. Winthrop College is asking for
$61,515.77 in excess of last year's ap
portionmenlt; the State Hospital for
the Insane, $78,906.26, and the adjutant
general's office, $54,300.50, incident to
the reorganization, maintenance and
equipment of the National Guard.
Concerning the estimates and the nec
essary levy, Mr. Osborne says:
"The total taxable iroperty of the
State on January 1, 1918, was $376,
178,499. Upon the basis of the 1918
evy, eight and one-fourth mills, the
revenue for 1919 will be $3,103,472.61.
To .his we will add the estimated in
come from sources other than taxes
or $35-1,000, thus showing an estimated
revenue for ordinary expenses of 1919
"The appropriations asked for by
the various institutions and depart
ments amount to $3,927,153.79 and
it. will be noted they will exceed the
estimated revenie of the State under
an eight and one-fourth mill levy by
"If all the appropriations are I made
us asked for it will be necessary to
make a rate of about iine and one
half mills on the dollar to raise the
umount estlimated, for Section 2, Ar
tiele 10, of the constitution requires
a levy suflicient to pay the ordinary
cxpenses of the State, together with
any existing deflciency in the preced
"The Cavell Case" Five
Months in the Making
From the day the east iwas first. as
semlbled to the day the first public
showing was given, it took exactly
five months to complete "The Cavell
Case" the story of .dith Cavell, the
British Rid Cross nurse, the woman
the Germans shot, in which \lessrs.
PIinnkett and Carroll present Julia
Arthur through Select Pictures at the
Opera House Thursday and Friday.
It took 90.000 feet of negative film to
make the picture, as ., number of the
most important scenes had to be made
(ver' sevei'al tlines before Director
.1ohn G. Adolil was satisiled with them.
AItogether the picture is as iear per
feet as it Is possible to make such a
'roduction; 'amd in the hands of .11ir.
iAl-dolti and Anthony Paul Kelly. the
author. this means i that "The Cavell
Case'" is inety-nine per ceit perfect
in detail and truth.
With the aid of historical societies
and newspaper dispatch(s desribiing
the actual shooting of Edith 'avell.
MIr. Kelly was enabled to make an ae
curate and faithf'ui screen story from
one of the most horrIble of' all Ger
man atriocitics-the (leathI of an inno
cent and loving woman. The star of
the picture, .JulIa ,Ainthurn, is a wecll
known stage celebrity, while Cmreighton
Iliale, who has one of thle otheir im
portant roles. Is a former Pathle stair
and has also a ppear'ed in suippor't of
Pearl White. Oilier equially well
known players aire WilIlim ii. Took
cir, once a Fox andl Metro star', and
Paul Panzer', wvho has been Seen in
man y Pathle serIals.
1)11. FiltE.DEltll( ,IA('ORSO0N SAVS
7.' PElR (ENTl OF" WOMiEN NEiED
El) I"FtI'lIE . Nl) TO AVO1)11
NERVh1Ol'S BHtEAKDi IOWN.
I'Ti'SA)'. 01' OF WOil EN
(0I1' S'I'IONG IN
NATl'I'S WA V.
"(onit deir th Iii'iIlIes of thle FildI. Ilowi
Th'ley U rowi."
The life of the lily is hut a few
wee'(ks or' mon this. Th'le life of wtomani
is ''the simc(ore years aind'min." lhmit
to Iive' one's l ife ini its fllnegss, womieni
likICe the lily, n ist he nou rished by
t hose samei( vita elementIs whliichi na
ture'~ 9~ provids to mnuiii inTg everiy liv
ing thuig; and hese ' tiude the v'alu
abhle phiosphat s ' oft en lackinug in
the usual foo e ('at today. Argo
P'hosphiate is chi in thei(sc wondernil
elements. It ('ontains them in ('on
('enut rated'( talet foi'mu whtichi Is easy
to take and quickly' assinmilated and
a bsorbed in to the system'li, anid - from
youth to 01ld age, builds andl r'ebuilds
biody and brain in beauit ifunl harnmony
with Nature's per'f(et plan. "Th'lat's
why'' Ar'go-Phlosphlate miake's goodI
solidi flesh an mu msc les.
&IIlAlh NOTl'I 'I': Arigo-Ph'osphiatIe
contains thme Natur'al phosphates whlich
thousands of Iphysi('lians are prmescih
lng daily to build ump tinii pale. ('olor
less wvomieii to give thenm rosy 'lCeeks,
red lips. amnd a be(auitiful 'ompilexion.
\l any eases have been mepo rted wherecc
womeni have increased theriri weight
from 15 to 25 pounds wit h a few weeks
treatment, and any woman wh'lo dIe
sires a wvell rounded and dlevelopied
form should1( seecure from her druggist,
this newv driug. which is inex pensive
andl is dlislpensed by the Laurens Diug
Co.withi om' without a dloctor's prescrlp
Fr'ee sample mailed by the 'Argo
Taihor'nlvi, Atlntna, a.
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
PRESERVE THE LEATHER
THE PF.DALLEY CORPORATIONS.LTD. BUFFALO.N.Y.
Calomel Today! .zick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Do son's Liver Tone
Don't take wasty, danger as calone! wien bilious,
'constipated, head- hy. Listea.-to-nc
Calomel salivates! It's inercur your liver and straighten you up
,Calomel acts like dynamite on a better and quicker t.haii nastv calo
luggislh liver. W.hen calomel comes imel and without iakiig yo' sick,
,nto contact with sour bile it crashes you just. go back and get your money.
into it,causing cramping and nausea. If you .take calomnel today you'll be
If you feel bi >us, headachmy, con- sick and nauseated tomorrow be
tipte a1nd alnocked out, just go sides, it may salival you, whief
o your druggisi md get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone you
odson's Liver ' one for a few cents will wake up feeling great, full of
hich is a har;.less vegetable sub- ambition and ready for work or
titute for dangerous calomel. Take play. It is harmless, pleasant and
spoonful and- if it doesn't start safe to give to children; they like it.
Why Meat Prices Vary
in Different Stores
Prime steers...................1.0. i,20.3o
Good to choice steers .......p.....r17 cen19.85
Comitrof to medium steers.... 1.760 16.7i5I
Yeartp. fai to fenc . .0th. ,6 NOW 191 8.
Fat cliws at heifers price ra. . e
Poor to fitney calv.es ....... 6.7-F-01 15.75
Western range steers ........ lOxtO_-i, 18.00
These newspaper quotations
represent live cattle pr.ices in
Chicago on December 30th, 1918.
The list shows price ranges i
on nine general classified groups
with a spread of $13.85 per cwt.
-the lowest at $6.50 and the
highest at $20.35.
Why this variation in price?
Because the meat from/(differ
ent animals varies gre2 tly in
quality and weight./
;~ Although the qyro t i ns
shown are in njce divisions,
Swift & Companfgrades cattle
[ into 34 general classes, and each
class into a variety of weights
As a result of these differences in
cattle prices,. (due to differences in
JA weights and rneat qualities), there is a
range of 15 cents in Swift & Comn
pany's selling prices of beef car
These facts explain:
1-Why retail prices vary in
2-Why it would be difficult to
regulate prices of cattle or
3--Why it requires experts to
judge cattle and to sell rneat,
so as to yield the profit of
only a fraction of a cent a
pound-a profit too small to
Swift & Company,U.S.A.