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PRESERVE THE LEATHER
LIQUIDS AND PASTES.
FOR BLACK, WHITE,TAN, DARIK BROWN OROX'BLOOD SHOES.
TH1E r.F.OALLY CoapoRAvIoNS. LTD. UFFALO, N.V.
I am Sincere! Stop Calomel!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Listen to me! C oniiel sickens and you.may lose a
day's -work IF bilious, constipated or
heada hy read my guarantee.
Every (rliggist. in 1ow--vour costs but a few cents, and if it fails
druggist and evervhody a druggist to give easy relief in every case of
has noticed a great fall inbk-ol' in the liver sluggishness and const ipqtion,
sale of calomel. T1ev all give tle you have only to ask for your moneV
sainc reason. DIodsoni's Liver T]one back.
is taking its place. Do(lson's Liver Tone is a pleasant.
'Calomel is dalgelrous and people tasting, purely vegetable remedv.
know it. while Dodson's Liver Tone harmless to both children and adults.
is perfectly safe and gives betler re- Take a spoonful at night and wake
stilts," said a prominent local drug- up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick
gist. Dodsoni's Liver Tole is per- headache, acid stomach or consti
sonally guaranteed by every drug- pated bowels. It doesn't gripe all
gist who sells it. A large bottle the next day like violent calomel.
The above d ia-gram shows the distribu
tion of the averagc:e Swift dollar received,
from sd of L::mf, pork and mutton,
and thecir b/ Vomicts, during 1918.
1919 Year IU., or0 inteIrQ!ting and
ir3aructive facts sent on request.
Addiress 5-.ift (C. Company
Un.Ion Stock Yau ds, Chica;;o, Illinois
Swift & Com1pany,U.S.A.
SECOND AT CLOSE
Only France lad fMore' Men at Front.
March. Gives Figures. United States
Itepresented by Nearly Tiwo Alillion
MIen When Armistice Was Signed.
Washington, Jaii. 27.-On the day
the armistice was signed the American
army on the' Western front was secol.4
in strength only to that of France'it
self. Figures made public today' by
General .larcli showed that on Novem
ber i i the United States 'vas repre
sented on the western front by 1,950,
100 men. France on November 1, the
last (late for which oflicial figures
were available, had 2,559,000. The
British and the Portuguese attached to
the British army totalled 1,718,000,
while the Belgian and Italian forces on
the Western front aggregated about
These totals are all based upon what
Is termed the "ration strength". This
incudes every soldier who has to he
fed, both combatants and tle neces
sary medical and supply organiza
General March again today gave
(omliarative (ieiobi lizat Ion totals for
the United States and British armies.
ITp to -January 2.1 the UInited States had
actually discharged 57,366 olllcers and
858,117 men. The British, on January
II lhid discharged 17,579 offlicers aid
611,950 men. The total ordered for
discharge in this country Is now 1.
General Maarch announced that pun
ishments of war time severity for mili
tairy offendeis in the United States
have bein stopied by the-war depart
ment. From now oi military offense
at home will he punished in accord
ance with an ordeir issued by the pres
Ident before the war, which sets out
tile maxim sentenCes vleh would
be approved for military offenses in
tiiie of peace. The new order does not.
apply to troops in France, Siberia or
General 'larch said t.oday that men
discharged from the army will be per
imiitted to retain the divisional insignia
which they wore while in service. A
recent order of the delartment permit
ted wearing of those insignia ill) to the
(late of discharge. So far as the men
remaining in the regular army are
concerned the regulations concerning
uniform wil be maintained and they
do not permit soldiers to wear insignia
of the division with which they former
BEST FOR FLU
Dlo'tors aid IDruggists ('lim1 ('alotalis,
the Netiscaless Onlom1pel, is ]Iest
Laxistie for Colds, (rippe ian d In
At the first smi of a cold, ir the time
to take a Calotabi, the perfected naui
sealess caloiel that has all tlie liver
beiefits le'ft. il .a ti stin g taken
onut. Doctors S y tati hore is iloth
ing like It to pt t you iv er right and
keep your syst i I condition to re
sist aind avoid e ds, influenza andi~
The biest insui 3ice aga ist intl uenza
and lineumnila i\ a gocod active lIver'
and~ youmr physich au or' druggist wvillI
tell you that Calc tabs is the most
thorough and effective, p s wvell as the
safest and most ni ree, ble rmd o
this 'pur'pose.tb~e a wl
low of w'ater-thiat all. 'No salts, no
nausea, nor' thme al ghtest interfereiie
-w'ithm your eating, pleasure, or wor'k.
Next morning you awvake feeling fine
wvith a hearty appetite for' breakfast.
Your cold has vanished and y'ou are
ready (or' work oir .play. Calotabh are
sold by dlrugglsts evt rywher'e in seal
ed packages. price thirty-fly'e cents.
Your' money' hiandled right back if you
ar'e not dellgghted.-(adv.)
Insfornmat ion Wiansted.
Air. aind .Airms. 10. P. llhodles, of (Green
w~oodl loilte 5, wish to find~ through
thle thle mediuam uof Th'ie Adlvertiser1, Ithe
add(Iress oif the parients cir somiie iiear
rela tives of .\ sr. I thhdes, of Iaureins
('ounty, who was a imiember oif thle 30thi
iDivision, 'o. I, I I Mh Inf., amnd was
(in thle (c5 a itlly list last year. .\l r. amid(
.\i is. IthlodeIs of GrI een wood 'oun ity lost
a s'on ini thme 5ame (oimipany andl they
ini Ihis (tounity (i concerning 11h4 two,
name14 and address.5 witll kinly~ oblige)
thlim ihy wilingi at once'. Tihey will
be' glad t'i returi n itomst 104. 'h'ymare
nat surie I lat he4 was5 a member1) ol
Wyomn a mt 50I Look 2.' iad lIe'tain the
A tlanta, (Ia., says 'that 'women can
hn lirove t:heirs youithfi c harmm and
beauty 100 per cent in ll few (lays by
simply applying a 1itfi QOcoitone Face
P'owderi twvo or thiree ti es ma day. It
addos to the sklin a natu9Irl y'c Vety, so
fine, so refreshing amo daintily per'
fumedC'( wvIth a iiost exo it'e Frsench
odor that Is sure to jhtsh you. If
youii dealer will not <n you send
25c to the Cocotone -o. Atlanta, G)a.,
for a lai'ge biox. For' sa p by Laurens
Plies Cured in 6 to 4 Days
Drugglstu refonmd money if PAZO )INTMENT falle,
to cusre itchinsl. Iinui, BIlerdin: c r1 i rotrud a.it Pile.,
Instantl y reiteves' ichitnut Pliei, atal you can m~et
restful sleen after tht* first noolication. Priecon0
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* 'i/ALS NEWS. *
Dial's, Ja,4 27.-Gov. Cooper In hIs
inta:w ttral address struck the keynote
wi'.en i he advocated a statewie coipul
(sory school atteidanlce law. This cor
respondent has not always been in
favor of such a law, thinking perhaps
Ihat it savored too much of usut ing
the rights of parents, involving the ab
rogation of individual Judgment, and
coincidently, individual Conscience.
Iowever, it is said "Only the foolish
ain( the (lead never clange their opin
Ion", so I confess I have since changed
mine, and earnestly desire to see the
day when such a law With an amend
ment, to meet different 'eetions and in
dividual cases, shall be enforced, for
our dear old commonwealth has been
blinded too long.
True, it will cost money and effort,
yet the best things in our state have
only boen obtained by paying the
price, but they have been worth it al
ways, and they are worth it now.
Soulth C rolina, in com parlson, has
had a brief history, but in that coi
Par'Ativell short period she has passed
through severe striug'ggies, torturous.
anxious years anl( has eierged witi
banners flying, to he alas branded in
the (end with thle stigma of illieracy.
Statistics show the rate, especeiaIly
aiong the aduilis, to be Ilarming and
unless drastic steps are laken to reme
dy this evil, posterity will have ha ish
lhings to say of a enerallon tiha a0
lowd(.( its little children to grow up to
lhe neglcct of a common school educa
tio', thereby neglecting the diles
which lintu ire and the nat'ion's interest
d-r.ands of them.
To make' the "world safe for democ
"avy", a militanr .spirit was put oil,
and it will require a spirit none the
Ie'ss patriotic if South Carolina is to
terminate for all iles tihe very Ilrall
(10111 of Illiteracy which has beven her
curse. For such a cause, for such a
iurpose, you and all of us will do ouir
fill part. So it is up to tile solons
now in session, to do their part by
passing a comptilsory e(dication law.
Mrs. T. S. Brooks. .i'. and 'Airs. Wn.
Ihrooks. 'and little Sarah 3lIc, of 'j.is
place, together with Dr. and Mrs. ,.
W. Beason, of 10den, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brooks, of Cray,
Court, last Sunday, where they en
Joyed an old-fashioned turkey dinner.
Miss Mattic S-mmons has gone to
Greenwnod, wyhere Ie will he in at
tIendance at Cecil'. commercial colege.
AIr. Pierce Hlarris, after a sojourn
of revera wveelis in C(ollunbi:. has I'e
turned to his home at this place.
Mr. -al'ray and famlylV recently
of S1iIloli. have inoved into their hlind
solne new home neat' here. h'liev are
weleonil odditions to the corn monit3y
and ie "glad hu1knd'" is being1r extent'ld
to tihim onli'v sl'.
Coroner I11. It. Owings and wife imve
re'ently iloved to .ray ('oilrt, wlire
they will reside during the comlinw
ilo(nithis We regr-!iet thle loss of t hese
Mod0( i~eopile, hli '1/is h f'oi' them imuch
sit C rs in theirt r.ew home.
A wedding of interest, t houigh not
sitrpr'isinig to the friends of I le coin
ract ng paritiies, o'curried in Lauitrens
Sunday, Jlanuary I19th, wh'len .\iss
Clara Camphell was united In mar'
riage to .\ir. Jesse H~iendeson, the
cereiioniy being perftormied by Mr i.
.1ilhni, rmstor' of thle Ilies Streetl
Met hodist chur tch. fboth Mr. H ender'
son and hIls bride are fr'oii this place.
and nmber' their fr'iends by the score.
.\l's.I elenderson is thle daulghiteri of .\lr.
and Mrs. T1. 11. C'amphell, whlile the
groom is a progr'essive young farmer.
Thei'e has b'een quite a lack of r'eal
news her'e lately.3' Mutch of the blame
may' be laid 1to the "flu"i' which is pi',
school ha~s bieen pu11t der anthii er'
(Iuairantine. I lowever, thiere is no in
(iCease of thei dnise-asc, andl iio doubt1) if
a igidl lerisonal iluaratin liiis enflor"
ed, thbere wvill be no fur ther' I ('ase ofS
Ste dread disease.
'\ inrnee rnietThIIa
IiiaStarrhe curfi Ioad enlarrhI
lures ro utii.w c nim m t
Ifeao e 'ea liend abolci 1 '~ -
tal'('t d it ', i ll . i iii r', ea iti, .i
Ifesent year .ahotl nihowet l re'ord I
Ifiial't yo bra the alyoni daii hely'an e
get it (lit an .'iairt it at once to for
(everi rId you1 self of calarrh.
Th'le L aur iens I )rutg ('o. ori aii otherl('i
goodl druiggist, will sell y'ou a bottle of'
aiid not1Ice how (ickly13 it c lear's out
the alt' passages and1( itakes the en
tre htead feel fine.
I 1yomuel used reguanrly should end1(
caitrrh coughs, ('olids, bronicht Is oi'
asthItnia. A (com1pl ete outtfit, i nclutding
i'ad rubbder' pocket inhaler' and bot
Ie ofI liyomi, ('osts bitt littIe. No
st omachi dosinig; just lreathle it.
Bsoothlinlg and healing thle iinlmed
- .~.-200 Lb;. .. .
> PLANTERS% i
WHICH? A season's toil wvasted on a soil deficient in planlt
food, or a litle money invested'in Planter's Fertilizer-and
your Truck, Cotton or Grain crop more than doubled? Make
your choice now.
Propgressive Souther'n farmers long noo realized the necessty of supplyinr: exhau-t
edi soils with Ph osphoric Acd, Amm~onia and Potash, whic hi every cr':, ne'b
b--~r ? A' s*C ea ble's Phil w tooapsorie iAcid, Am c'n - i Po an th
rj,. ht proIprI ins.
fo.-t 'r a y - ':r fr Plaonery e ,.t now rd l delayed derlvery.
\: :: - ;. :uv . :- .' -.a f:.-r ir~'for mato , fr:.e :.ve:-, or ric ', or write
yur iruck',- Coto . r :::;: ra. cre mortad Trade Makeoo
yo r t-- c o . :
Plorsv Soden ferirn lze &h Phesosupt e ole
P iALT, SmoU C RO I.
We take pleasure in announcing that we have
closed District Manager's contract with Mr. T. D.
'Watkins, formerly of Anderson, South Carolina,
te represent our great old company with headquar
ters at Laurens, Sout Carolina, for the following
counties: Laurens, nion anAd New berry.
See Our Co tydet Before You Buy.
it--I.'/ i- .'/ol
Life Insurance Company
CHARTERED IN 1835
HORACE J. McGEE, State Agent
Brown Building Anderson, S. C.
SAF'E, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RlELIEF
Por '06 ye~arsq flOt MEngT. i, aien . i o m-CI e 1)( -24 Ie* AI ii't Tk
witht~it alttack1 of kili.y! '' .. -I e Si:hr j tor ner IlI. The hali ng o
dI1isase ,'onn1e taI with i h2. 141.1 N*i hh~A 110 at-nli r is out ine po1ion'.
hr;ans1 4Li4 i tbii up m~l -2, 1(440 r i - Ial health1 vf4IC4 i l 4 surely follo re
health11 or-xans; weaen ed2-t 2'. 1 , '41234. 1 n ei a l o has bee re.4
wae:-: ,.. be.4.4 they, 1111' te14r i'll 2ion and pre-(i
t~e 1 2:lC.Is4 they do theii r4' work - -1i l -t I mtn1- of
-2i1l'4i1 ai C'nV41C- n t* - 4n1- or money
n21 '41 * .4C fI it.C, wt yi:1 let pack
o A&c dt, Gas, Souring, Dyspepsia
pmac ) l )mp of i from indi-.
e-sion1 a'ndi ll distn/'ss from an~
upjset >tomatchi stops iqb tantl r .XYcs! I
At once! * *
Wo more stoma headache. -
Never any indigestion pain. so "
Papc's Diapepsin not only re
lieves had stomachs buot it strength
ens weak stomachs. Spe ndidts B
u m ages DiapeYOnRon'El