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Peels Off Corns
The Great Corii Looseiter of lie Age.
Aever Falls. Paliness.
A corn muashed, sqieezed and crush
ed all day long h etweel two toes- Yolt
can try the desperate, "tlheat'ei roug;-'
and ti to d out and. fail. Or you
asy way and u; "Get-it." IIt's'.
for "(lets-it" It m oue (orIs in htad
Io- get- at 1; s. t a liqluid a won
derful painl(8 k()r-]lltla -it has knevi
'een suices ll i n it ated. It sot .ths
oil the corni. ald drie iniud ia 1ly. 1n
slead of dgin:. out I the co-rn, you peel
it out pa iiilessly . There is-n sI icky
pl1st r that Ioesnt s ta I, Ity " I o salve
Ilull irriItaItes oIr r-]bs8 oI . Yoiu reach
Ie co all ('diIy with tIe lii tle glass rol
inl the cork oIf every "Gti.--It I botl . It
dlot's niot hurt. the truel1 sh Try it
trot and mlld e! It's a Ilessinig; itVeer
"Gets-It, tii( . uarall eed. money-back
corn- reliovei. the oinly sure way. cost
buit a trille al any13 drug, store. .\l'tid.
by 1. 1awrence & Co.. ('hicago, Ill.
Sold in L i ureils antd reIcoimltilende(
is the world's be'st corn reiilelvdy by
.u reka Driut Co.. Ibnat1renis DI rug Co.,
Powe Drug Co.
BREAK YOUR REST
Put a stop to thcm with old
reliable Dr. Kings New
That raw, hoarse tlioat must be
soothed. That phlczn-loaded chest
must be loosened. That cough must
be checked so vo can sleen.
Dr. Kiiig's Nev Dicovery has been
relieving cold:, and coughs for half a
century without the least disagreeable
Your druthgr~t ha's it becauce it is
well-known Mad i:i lig d&mand.
Try this for Constipation
Keep the 'v:els on. -chedule time
with Dr. Nkg's New Life Pills, the
system free from p11::=ou w.ates,
the coniplextion cl-ar, the stomach
sweet, the tongtu uncoated, the breath
untainted. Mild yet positive in action.
atre advised to hold them. If you
must sell, deal only with respon
sible bankers. We
Buy and Sell
All Issues and Donominations.
Write us if' inlterested.
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Contains illustrations of attrac
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specifications how to select thierighit
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roofs, barns, buggics, wagons, imaple
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its valuem. Mastic Paint contain.
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* POPLARI SPRINVS NEWS. *
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Poplar Springs, March 17.-On the
night of the 12th inst. at 10:55 'Mr. FBd
Burgess passed away. lie had been
sick for some time. lie twas in his
seventy-fIfth year and fought through
the four years of the Civil War. This
anotither of the old Confederate veter
ans has answered the last roll call.
Ile manrried MIiss Nilary Clbertsol
lifty-two years ago. who survives him1.
Ilis remnain11s were Iaid to rest inl tlie
eetl e'ry at Poplar Springs church ol
the thirit( nthili at .1 '. .\., the fiuera
sermon ieing preached by Rev. A. 0.
Cotlati d. IHe was buried witi Nl:
snic honors. ho' havinig beeln a melI
hwrof i Preweriton LHo&dv. 'Mrs. 11nt
de:-ires to expres's herAl sinicere than1lo
Io :H ho i o k tily mniiistervd to his
I'va~t- din h 'iekin'ss and for alt
\Mr. .ohn W. Stimpson went o up lo
(|!.I .' !14 Sal'irday t o vi1,it h Iis
l~is l r. 1,1l a P vy.
N t', and .ap. n . hills returini
fro'ln Ti.--rvillo anld Greenilvb-i wl1"re
she. had beenI visiting"' her son, Ier
y. K. and .\lr. .. i'. SiaNpson.
.\r. Albe(rt southl lost a g ood cow
.\r. .1. A. Siinonls an1d fanmily an1d
\1r. andI Mrs I- G. T. A bramII s spenI t th1e
day Sunlday with Mr. and 'Mrs. .1. P).
.\tr. and 'irs. W. i3. DaIvis were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Waiker
.\NIt. George Eliledge has been spend
ing the Iast fortnight with his par
ents, N\r. and Nrs. .1. P. Elledge.
\1r. 1,. A. Abrams and his sist ers.
Misses A\nnie. Mary, Susie and Mt ie
lpeit Satlrdilay night and Sunday withIt
thivir graitlhiiler. .\rs. I ii gstonl.
Mrs. Idia Davis and son and da ugh
ter. .1. A. Davis and NIMiss Pollie Dhavis
werei tihl 0n I 8'unday of' \I . and
\ . W . I I% avis.
DOUBLED HIM UP
al1so. 6.,1aims D ree, ;rave relief'.
Many letters are received stating
the gooti 'areco has donte. We print
this one coining from \It. 2. G. Deane
Af1112 .lain l t., Columbia, S. C.,
"I suffered a'wfil pains inl my stomt
....h that would draw mle double. MN y
kidnteys were duranged, the urine he
ing of high Color, ieverish and pain
l . I have taken three bo ttles of
)renlco and all Ilt'se t roubes ar 'e omt
ple-tely eased. Ny wif'e is a.-lo taking
Drt ei acts on ile kidlys and stops
tIe backache, dull, tired, dragging
down paiis; relieves constlipatiotn: as
Aists IIhe' stomach to digest thev food;
eids gas imise'ry; releves dizzy spell,;;
biliousness; coated /longue; had taste
and14 induces soitid /rleep.
lDrero I a omintono mn
Iedi'in:l plants, vhlidl ha ve a dirct
fTifelt ol lhe vital organits. Ikeing a
tiaiosal hterb iedieinle, it acts inl a
natural iway, so that, the effects a re
IDrieco is ntow~ stold bIy all dr uggi sts
h-ouightot the eotuntrty attd is highly
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lttgrolv,N.lartch lii7.--W'te are gladl
to se' lie wveather' improi'tving. We
hoipa it wvill stay cleat' so the farnmers
"a start ill worlk in the filds.
llt'r. J1. It. Willims plied his atp
pitmenilit at Langston Satur tday anid
-uditlay,' altlhough~I he hadl a stnali ('otn
gr'egaition. W\e (enjoyed Ihis setrmonis
.\laisteri Itobiert Sanderts iinderwentI
ant oiperat iont for' apphendlil'itis Saturtt
dayi ntighit. lIeI is imiu'oving taidly
and' we hopje lhe wi oni he wvell.
.\iessrs. iD. A. Gli a, W. MT. M\yers
and W. It. Anitdeison werte butsiness
visitoris In the city Saturday.
NI issIes T Itt anrd 10 tel I ilt wVerel
lthe ret't guiests of NMiss Niarijoie
NMts. C. A. Owvens andt dahiterit's.
NMamtic anid NIna werie thle spend-t he
day guests otf .\lrs. .J. I. Sander(1s a ftly
.\lisse's NMauide Poole, Clara Prince
andt~ Messrs. PIerce Myers, Paul
Prtince, anid fGloyd Poole were the
gitests of Niiss Ruth and hIra hioht
Mrs. TP. J1. Snyder' was the guest of
heri dlaugh ter, Mr is. 0. J1. Poll recently.
Mrs. W. M. Myers was the Sund~ay
afternoon guest of Mrs. WV. R. Ander
i'rs. It. Ii. Olenna went to Spartan
liturg Stinid -y to lie at the biedsld e of
her sister, NMrs. Wessoni, who Is eit
lea-Illy ill at. Steedly's hospital. We
'oe c he w.Ill soon he able to( retur in
L anugstn s(hooI l)pened last .\lon
(1by wit h a good attendance, and Nits.
Nirs. W. A. Gltenn spet Wedniesday
aft erniooni withi Mrts. IR. 1. Olentn.
NMaster- Y. A. Sanders aijd WillIam
01lentn ar on ' thieI sick list I thIs week.
Nit. Yanev Owens was at home for
AUSTitIA'S WAR PLAN
15ACKED91 BY GEltM1ANY
Serbliattn Minister AlIves Out Doeuments
Sliowing Berlin's I1esiionsibitilty.
Paris, .larch 12.-Two dispatches
seit iI ciplier by Count Von Szogyeny
.Marich, Austrian ambassador at Ber
lin, before (lie iwar to the Austro-Hun
garian foreign ministry, showing that
(ermany was backing Austria In her
war-like attitude toward Serbia, have
been iLLade public by M. It. Veziitch,
Serbian minister to Prance. As print.
ed in the Journal Des Debats, the mies
"Berlin, July 25, 1914.
"It is generally su p posed here that
a nlegative reply from Serbia will be
followetd on our' part by an1 immiliedi
114' doclaration of wrIt* and military
operattions. Any :lijourninentiof mil
ilary operations woudh Ib conlsidtered
here as very dange;-rouls ()n accounit Wf
inter-ventionl by* oth1er powers. We are.(
counslelled with the( 1"reatest insi
vnce to pmss iinindiately to actionl and
tis uit ilh ev wori in tace of an a(.
coill ish (I fact.'
The second dispatch. tuarked "stric
ly See't, says
"llerlin. .11ty 27, 1911.
'"'ht Secretary of State has just
de1rv hlred I Io inl v pos).;itfi vel y, but und (1er
Ithe sal of most Siriet Secrecy, that
very Soonl evnlly1CO1IRS pliov'ositionis of
mediation from Iwgland will he
brouglit to the kn owledge of you r
excet elcy. Th( Gerntan government
assur mie ii thlie miost convincing
inaunner' that it ln no wil Identities
itself with these propositions, that it
Is absolutely agalinst sihe ir being taken
Into consideratliol and Ithat It will only
transin1it tiem to Itu, t) give effect. to
the iligtisi request.''
.\iIIis tr VesInitci ten tiotes ftie
message selit 1ily :0. 914, from Sir
El'dward Gr e y, the BriIish foreign muin -
Isttr, to AlibassaIor (oschtiten, at Ber
lin, offlering, if the crisis passed, to
take the initiative inl aln alalgetmeIll
Satisfactor'y to G'ermaniy. Tle milis
ter says that neither Sit' M'dward (Gty,
Fortign Ministe I r S.zonioff, of Russia,
ol' Pitijet' \ivian i. of France, thienR1
knew positIively Ithat Geinany Wanted
war. Tlh minirter concludes:
"!f ' any ,m ils increduliols let him
iiediate iiVon tite foregoing dociu
FlowerI Pots inl all size's from the
tiny tVo inch pot for starting plalnt..s
uip to the lar1-ge four gallon siZe. Pr-i('es
fioml 2 Cents u11p.
S.. .. & 10 .11. W'l (E S & CO.
Statemueit of the Condltion of the
LIoented at LJturens, S. (., at. the close
of blsilless Mtarcht 4, 1919.
Loals and lIscounts . . . $ 25,215.39
lionds and Stocks Owned by
the Bank 1...........1,000.00
Furn itur ie and Pixtures . 750.00
Due from Banks and Bank
er .. .. .. ..8,2199.1
Currency .. .... ...... 1,590.00
Gold ................ 470.00
Filver antd Otier C oin .. .. 13-1.55
Checks and Cash Items .. 981.6j7
0O heR -Itesouirces, viz.:
lai hellty' Ionds ( Sub scri p
tions of CuistoimeR's) . . .. 5,83I1.2(
Capital St ock P aid In . ,. ..$ 1 0,000.00
t'ndtIividdtI Pr'oftIs, tess Cuir
Renit Ex.~penises andit Ta xeCs
individual l)epiosita Subject
to thteck .. ...$19,591.51
Sav.tings lDeposits5 11 ,I70.35
Total ... .. .. . 41,317.82
StatIC of Southi C'arolina,
County13 of b ailuns.
lle'foi'e RmE (ame .ilC,. Y. Sit greatves.
('aslthir (If the abIovi naimetd banik, who,
bi'ng dly, sworn~'i, saysS that thle above
and1( ftor'tgoiing sta it'ment is i I i'(ie coni
til ien of said banuk, as Rhlown by thie
btookis of saidl banik.
S worn to( andt I lS'R huscibed betfore me
Ithis 121th day (of .\! rtli. 1919.
It o~rreict A ts:.\.Liipln ,O
(Wit ST'l'(MLAE iI.'I"l'll ES.
iare' tie resut to(f year is of 'xprit ''ece
In battery making anrit limlr'ovemelitnt.
Thliey ar'e wIthlout Idoiiblt Ithe striongest
miosl dur table anud (el ttlint hatIteries
to be hatd any3where atI aniy pr'ice.
We also r'echiarge antI repair bi atterles
of till mnakes at Rea'sonlable rates.
Starting batteries, I lithig batteI oes or
hatter'ie' for' aniy or aill lpuripostes are
hiere' awaItlig you,
HIAJINEY 1'El('tlV (00.
Opposite P ost Ollico
Lnnnnt'i4 S. U'
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* SHILOII NEIWS. *
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Shiloh, March 17.-The farmers of
this community are busy hauling for
tilizer and getting ready to farm. But
the rain has delayed theim again from
their work. We hope the sun will soon
.ilr. Luther Armstrong was taken
to Greenville Thursday to 'undergo
.rs. 'lcmie Garrett, of Narn!e,
spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. .1. F.
Gray, of this section.
There Was an election held at this
place on March 15th, to vote on bonds
to build a new school building, in
which they suceveded in getting.
\Ir. Bloyd Ovens, 'who has been
u orking in a garage at Glinton, has
moved back in our collmmitly andl
will contiliuf the1v saml1e trade.
Several young people of this com
eommity at tended the box supper at.
)ials Friday night
\1r. Albert ( ;Garlington is going to
have water works and electrie liighits
ptiinut o his house very soon.
\r. (G. I). Arm1strong. who has been
sick for several days is slowly 1 in
.\Mrs. i'inkney and .1. It. IIelaum,
spent Ni onday afternoon with Irs. 1).
Tin ware and IEnamel Ware-every
thing for the kitchen. Our price; are
Iie lowest to be found.
S. IN. & E. Ii. W9I TKIS & CO.
MEL BEST MEDICINE
FOR A LAZY LIVER
('alotabs, the new kind of catlomnel,
does the work ii itout Ihe slightest
utn llealsantness or dianger.
You have always ,hought of calonl
as the best and surest medicine in the
world, but too nauseating for you to
take. That was the old-style calomel.
Now science h1as talien the sting out of
calonel by relmoyi ng its unpleasant
and dangerouis qi*ft lities, and has kept
alI its good liVer-leansing and system
The next timno you 'are b!lois or con
stiated ask for Calotabs the new naui
heiduss calonel. Sold ony in original
sealed packages, price thji rt y-five cents.
One tabet at bPdtime, with a swallow
water,-that's all. No taste, no grip
imig, no) iaulsea, 110 salts. You wake up
in the morning feeling fine, your liver
alive, your system ui rified, an(i with
a Ieat'y a ppet ite for breakfast. F)at
what YOU Please-no danger of saliva
tion. Your money back at any drug
store if you are not perfectly delighted
The beautiful lii
honey-comb radiat ~t
the pleasing contour
The sloping win
Anderson its air of i
design over curled I
springs, affording ur
the accelerator witi
speed or creeps awa
from one speed to a
The Borg & Be<
sure of the foot and
The best car in its c
Kidney troubles don't disappear of Th6 housewife of Holland would &I
themnsolvos. They grow slowly bu most s soon be without food an with
steadily, undovmnining health wt
deadly certainty, until you fall a vie- out her Meal Dutch Drops,". as she.
tim to incurable disease. qualntly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlom
Stop your troubles while there In time. Oil Capsules. They restore strength
Don't wait until littlo pains becomeo b0ig and are responsible In a ~oat measure
aches. Don't triflo witht disease. T for the sturdy, robust hoalth of the
avoid future suifering begin treatnient Hollanders.
with GOLD Allil)AI, I aarloni Oil Cnp
sules now. Take three or four every Do not delay. 00 to your druggist and
day until you are entirely free froin sist on his supplying you with 001,D
pain. . bi)AI.,L hisarlein Oil Capsules. Take
This well-known preparation has beon thon s (irectox, and If you are net
or"i of theo national reniedles of ]to]- matinfied with rosults your druggijit wvill
lanid for centuries. I 16n itil govern- gladly refunhl yOur toney. Lo fo
ment of the Netherlands granited a tho nahewifeOL MODAL on the box
sppelal charter authorizing Its prepara- mid accept nio other. In sealed boxes.
tmtn and sooe. three wizet.
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THEDA BARA in "CLEOPATRA"
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THD ARA A CLEOPA PARA
T rsday, March 27th.
ices: 15 cents and 30 cent3
ies of The Anderson Car sweep from the
gracefully along the body sides, merging into
s of the rear.
dshield and new, style top help lend to this
is of high-grade leather in buttonless plaited
rair nd specially constructed spiral cushion
we Red Seal Continental motor responds to
snap that delights the most experienced
mL iower the car quietly glides along at high
.y/at a snail's gait, easily and quickly changing
nother, obedient to the will of' the driver.
k clutch is disengaged by the slightest pres
is exceptionally smooth but positive in active.
on phone, write or see
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