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TR_ A CALOTAB
Wonderful How Young and
Energetic You Feel After
Taking This Delightful
If you have not tried Calotabs you
have a delightfCul surprise awaiting
youl. The woniderfill liver-cleansing
and system-purifying properties of
'alomltel tuiay n1ow he enjoyted without
the slightest unpleasantness, for Calo
Tahs are calotnel with lite liver benefits
left in and the sling taken otit. A Cal
otab at bedtiile With a swallow of wa
Ter. that's all. No taste, no nattnusa, no
salts. nor th slitgllest unpileasant af
ir-efleets. You wake It1) in the morn
intg fvelitig iahe. You r liver is clean,
yolur sysieifl is ptrified, your a ppetite
hearty. .it what you 'wish, no danger,
and no irisk of salivation. The next
itme yoit feel lazy. mtean. nervous.
h11e orI di scott raged give your liver a
Ilthorou(tigli eleansing witlh a Calotalt.
They are so delialtfli aId t'fectIiv e
tha.t your driuggist is ati lorized to re
fitid the price as a gluaraittee that yotu
nil! he delighted.
Por .\or rteltion. Calotalbs a re
sOtld only iiina1. sel packages,
,-ive thir-ty-live e t .fal drugl
THINK r . JlE
MONEY YOU CAN
SAVE ON SHOES
Clarence .1. L .k: (if St. Louis,
"lissuil .rin . " I have a pair of
showwit n Siesandhave us-ed
th)mf1 r to t . I think they will
aist a I t hr stx im rhs."
N Ir. 1ikrl alo reconunends
Nt. in i , t %. t:ir com:' q and
It X eaMtutta eolinl
ls c t C o m e than ui . ,s that
. V :Inly Irdi r . u cu an
.'.t tW- " 1 n w sho in m':tv Ftvlc;
for :..~u v i ,::d chi.drn --and
t e.lee '.here. for re
": \R.ho alio
otwcr any ot Ir heeS .
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. \Vil
lham Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Readi what
she writes: "I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
. . and the pains were
very severe. A friend
totd mec I had tried every
th'ig else, whty not
Cardul? .. I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me ... After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well,"
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is your
lack of good health caused
from anty of the corn
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardul a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other'
women who stiffered-it
shotild help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She willi tell you how It
helped her. Try Cardul.
All Druggists ,
Three Sessions of War Congress Saw
Il nmiralleled Events In World HIs
tory. FIfty-Sevenl Billlions llolliarlS
Sp p r prin1t ed.
Wlishingtou. Nlarch 23.- --Accom
plishinents of the sixty-fiftil war con
gress are ofilotally revviwe in the
final nutuber of tihe monI lthly compen
diittm of the house of representlatives
appearing today. 1'hiiished buisintess
of te colgress which Iecessarily
Must he conisidered iln the legislative
"Iogran of the nw Congress. Soonl lo
convene, also is conitained in ile pub
llcation. which was edited by \\'. Ray
loomils. an ollieial of thie house.
"'Constiltiling as it does, a statisti
('alt retrospection of Ile aeeomplish
ments of tilie Gi cog5ross," says .\lr.
ILoomis. "inl a foreword of ilt comlen -
diIauim, "the final issue of It' Itionthly
compendiumlii, throws the searlchligt
oni the itrains'action of lire ses5sions or
41paralleled ev nts. Whlen the con
griess otuet it .\pril, 17. the eoiuntrly
'as t peaiCe. In the1v interim a war,
had beln declared. a war-I had biven
Von. and :t war had been ilded. Qo
IthIis- issue carriles lkiMslati\(itr
of a charler that i:irhap nver
at- int will lie dp1 enlicaled. h)oilh as to
le am It of money atntori*i :o h
expenided and as to tIhe extent of thie
lievoluitionizing (if the sodlial and busi
n lin of the people of the nm.
Th slxty-tifth vi congress is showna to
h w appropia'tedI approximl y i .-,7.
oitii.004.)44 o: lt i passed 319 publiv la : IS
public re(soluitions: 2S private, laws,
and conducted :12 conigressiona inves
l iaations. .\ tlolal of 22."7,11 hills and
reSO1uions415 wer introdelid. of which.
I.1 oritinated inl the house and thw
rttainder in the sen'ate. lreshtentI
\\isaveoced five IltNaSures.
Pr--sident \\'ilson's part in congres
sionlal matters is set out by a list of
niotaib dales, including his approval
of histr-makin\ law s and his iunmo
t'uIIs addeses. It Is shown that for
- first titne laws were sigtned il a
forei:n ciontr : that for the fitst tim
a tteatsttI'. t rv nile hill. was sjgned
kin a 1railriOitil train: that for' the ti -
im- a1 prt id4 t h d11 1 addIr('S sed It
k in favIrI of wo it su ffrae.
haul signted ai bill to tttoe thie sunt
' ard andit thenblawrIl." atd hadt
koin' on the floor of the house t) shake
ands with mteb's (If foiln warI
Aoii-r' unprimecedta l feat ur- of
lh .ontress lioinh-d out by- the CoM
tu ".i was t t rct i cal on -
foliuirt of all laws o if 0hi thre sos -
shms wer' a ;provedi duing ttin.
1in lday :' of the c n- : . Thi, prii -
iit san ted414 bis antd rft' in
froto Februrnty 21 to .\lareb -.
F-' tn rtprgentatis. ten s('natort'
anld 1,n- y ( m m es died d rn
I hi, 414i Two forir 1 reidin
r , 111 Ih en t . lTeodor( Ihmoo:;
atlso iilutded inl th d44 heath roll.
A list of authots of lills re-ivine
action beyond mior'e intni-dution44
sltows a4 lil-edom44intion 1) of namelis (it
ta ir n t obitf ('ommoitlt'es. ."enatori4
':4:44, of' )r. m. li chabumn or
-he i ':i ary comit m ,ii witin .5s tt,.:s
Ia itt I I(itan4itte4..144nd, ww ::4bls
e:i h ,,s tK of) ' ilo s e
t . Alaua libair
BAIC1 ON IV[ JOB
TIIMII8 JO DR[00
Anderson, S. C. M1an was'
Forced~ to Lay Off on Ac
count of Backache and
Kidney Trouble. Well
I had41 to lay4 4)) fr-om my)3 w~ork on4
aer4 ti0 of he l'ns over my~ kidneys.
.4nd1 ini myt -egs .ly stomac14h waslt also4
in had shmase, udto gave muitch trionuble
by swe'llin ~, 19with soltar gas, andio I
fr-ileant ly hadl swimmin1 lg in the head,
butt Dr'ieo, thle ne4w meid icine), has stop)
pod ll my itr'oubleh cs, and I'm now able
ho work regular411 agat in, andl~ I give all
lie ('r'edit to thIis goodt me)dcne,"' saidl
'T. E. .\ ulliniax of C St., Anderson, S. C.
TIhousands of pe4ople arel needolessly
sutfferin g from d isorders of the stomn
a411, bloodl, liver, bowels and)1 kIneys.
RlI lf is wit hin r'each of all. Many
have foundii d41 eliverance111 fromii t he'ir suif
ferinig thr'ough thi- use of IDreeo: the
gre'at herba'l)4 I4ystem toii, which bin
044lopoundedi fr'omx Natur 's' o1wn reme.t4
whtiei 4are nec'essariy to health. Tlhaut
i y it 4'egl eerates the blood, over
coms lretuntIisim, ('liitates 4a
4:14 rh, i' t s th I to machi14('I ini goodl cond Il
I )reco. is w Iiely 44old t hroughot thei
('ountr and' 411Is hi ghily~ 'C~1 re omended( in
1Iurrinl hey monie n,.. raigCo
*' E0W31 N L' S.*
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Ekoiu, .lirch 21. -Ve are having
heauitifl spring-tine weather and the
faintel's are putting iI good tilnle plotw
Ing. Work In gardens has also begun.
We are glad to report. all of the cases
or influenza better.
Mi.rs. IAoII Ctilb'rtson has beell on
the sick list the past week. We hope
site will soon be better.
M.. and A1s. I Waluh Wllace Spent
Saturday nlight and Sunday with tis.
.ane ('ulhertsol and family.
Mir. and .\Mrs. IDouglas ('ooper and
.\Mr. .1. W. Cooper visited relatives in
iGren wood Friday itnlit and Saturday.
They w'ere Iecoimpanied honie by 'Mrs.
.1. W. Cooper Who had been spending
awhile with her daughter.
.\Mr. Josie Cooper, of (1i'een wood, Who
hus recently received hils discharge
from I'nel e Saii's ariny. splent the
week-end with relatives here.
.\Mr. and .trs. T'. I. oiu'ts and son,
I':igar, i wre visitor'. in oii cominunllity
.\sivss; UAdie Culihrt soi and Irene
poper and .i. A. U. ''loie al Itteld(l
hi \Wooil hun iimeet ling IA at Spartanburg
Those1 .ho v-iep-d Nlr :. Lou Clher
qen Sn lav merv: .M1r. and .l-s. '. c.
'ilherbon Dir. and .\rs. .). G. Cooper.
\i'. anld .Mrs. DIoilpas ('ioier, M!r. and
.Is. 1N'ly ('noper. .l.. .1 i Mrs. Lon
nlie ,'IIIhertsonl and little son, WilburI.,
\r. Carl ilhrtsou and children.
.\lssrs. Edgar f11urts. .losiv and Sam
1r. 1\. . ('ul .w '-.on4 is s pending
awhile with Iioiiolks.
Mr T. T. .. C(oojpei and famiilly had for
their spenld-Ith-day guest s Suiday.
M1Iss Irene "'ooperi aild ler brother.
Floyd. Miissis FHdna and Nitura Cooper.
Mrs. Lioret t Fi'lede and Mr. .1. 11.
Mitchell and children.
Air. and Mirs. Cray Cooper spent Sun
lay with Air. Tom lrissey and family.
\ir. R. I. Coley visited Mr. L,. C. Cut
hertso and family Sunday.
My Corns Off!
A.1 ('nrn or CiIIs 01e4S Off Peace.
(Mi i. i'aiilessly. Neier Fails.
Ii's almost a pi'nic to gei rid of
a corn or fi11u - the "'ets- way.
You stienil 2 or- :1 secon(lhs 1u1ttinlg oil
2 or " droain oft"''ets-I'", about as
siiui 1a1 plutting on your hat. "Gets
It'' does awvay forever w'ith c'ontriap
ions," "'wrap py'' tlast ers, g reasy
oliutmeints that rubi off. blood-let ting
kntivi's. ;iod scissors ihiat siip into thei
"'iiiic." '"''i'ts-It'' cases rain. Your
fi'oim thei Ito'. Yiut l'i'l the' corn paIn
le'ssly fr'omi y r' tot' in J( on ' ompiliete
piI'. hat'.' whercie iig'lni' conies
in ---you iii'l it ok ' you woubl~i a ha
I orn-removeriiii4~4i. thei onily' sure
na io bt a tr'ii ifl afi' an drug
* e. .\IT it y I-:. La wrence(4 & C'o.,
t'ie i4 n. Hi.
Voh i ! Iur n .11 and r 441n ' id
* 'ut h'.e u "r ; b! ' i o.: r n r t e y b
iiii r 3k a i- 2' w. L areni: . rn iCto.
(ndIpu a'oie I)u tS. 0)(fIlea
trethru 1h of h \ li:. F.X podIn iv
lorth Marc 1 wa 170,.tC7'Fi.
niuiidiiit 'of,19m IO. (h I f the .\m-~
r':wi nail slbina:ir l~aiy forces tre
Vi1< k ill " i M ' 10 '1titt e ill a il14' f-0l tin
hailf n iltiilon nirk. hi lioin u e ariito
m: .t) ad ii d thda he a tta nfitg
to r e o n \ nrch 20 waso5i0,(1. inch'i d-i
lii iiln l~tll ais an 1.1 e fth :umy,(1
1:1..13 ('(1navySIl Ternince. n ,7 a
Thl I't'reniaih of the texpedi tionarylh
intlted f2t,99l mre ofu the navy
4ompr hiing waspia1('l unit, h4i0 gun
hseving i'ponnec'liion th theiarm'si
2.ent onil thde had0O5 beendreducid ti
('arine3 reghnent ass11 k ign touty atr 1
iOn Febr'uary 28.th toac'~ trngth~
r4mte honewa pacd td.07,2.
For the next 10 days we have put
special low prices on our stock of high
grade and guaranteed Automobile Tires.
So low a price that you will be surprised.
All clean, new, fresh stock.
SALE WILL LAST TEN DAYS
SALE STARTED SATURDAY,
MARCH 22, 1919
We have a full stock of Columbia and
Permalife Storage Batteries to fit all
makes of car' Also a first-class bat
tery charg' g outfit.
Is your farm help scarce
and high? Why not grow
the same size crop on
smaller acreage with
RO Y ST ER'S
RE GISTE R ED.
ORDER EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPONTMENT.
F. S.- ROYSTER GUANO CO.
Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. Toledo, 0. Tarboro, N. C.
Charlotte, N. C. Columbia, S.-C. Spartanburg, S. C.
Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga.
For Sale by
OWINGS & BOBO