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IS YOUR LIFE PROTECTED?
Protection gives real satisfaction. Are
you protected in a real substantial way?
Come in and let me show you how The
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Com
pany policies protect you.
W. T. MOORE, at Posey's Drug Store,
Agent Jefferson Standard Life Insurance of Greensboro, N. C.
Calomel Users! Listen To Me!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Yoir'dicrgist gives back your money if it (oesn'h
your liver and bowels and straighten
YOU up withiout making you sick.
There's n1 1 reasol why a person' : i (li",' and atl acks youim oeq.
should Ie siekeni ing, salivat in I g calk- a of
Onel wheni a few cents liv5 a large1 vio will feet
bottle of Dodson's Liver 'Tone-a nausea ld tomorrow. 1)on't lo-( a
perfect subst itute for caloinel. dav%; wok. Tako a spoonful or
It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid Dodson's 1iver Tllle instead and
which will start your liver just as vou will wake lip feeling great. No
surelyras calonel, but it. doesn't. ore biliousness, constipaiion, slu
mriake you sick and can not salivate. gishness, headae, eoatel tongue or
Children and grown folks ean inke soirstomach. Your if
Dodson's Liver Tlone, because it is you don't find Dodson's Liver Tone
perfectly harmless. acts better than horrible6 calonit
'aloiel is a dangerous drug. it )iour rioney is waiting for you.
Frail, Sickly Children
Improve Rapidly on Vinol
The reason we so strongly recommend Vinol for
frail, sickly children is because it is a non-secret
remedy which contains Beef and Cod Liver Pep.
tones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glyce
rophosphates but no oil - the very ele ments
needed to build them up. It is delicious to the
taste, and children love it.
These Two Mothers Have Proved Thin
Bainbridge, N.Y. Williamson, W. Va.
reMy little daughter, 13 yetirs ol, "My little b6y was Weak, puny,
overworked and was run-down, tir Ppo and tircd all the tiGe, did not want
all the time, nervo bu, had headaches, to do anything. Vinol was recon
couldn't e at and had to stay out of mended an it built up his strength
school., Vinol has built her tip. She and made him hecalthy. Now he roil's
bas it good appetite, no moore anad- and lays like other children. AC
aches and has returned to school ccrtainlvbcPrve inVinolforchildre."
againr. L as :ilter us. -anrliy Clay.
For sale by I AHUS lR(' CO. an( druggists (e (rywhere'.
The demae the m ing yar fo r Cotton, Corn, Grain, ec.,
Tb hal I are ptoa f Ecope~ are even now cryingouit for food and loth
in.Ad th wol i e dpning upon the. Farmers of AmerKi to Suipply it.
You cnotlli( rau a. 100' crop unlet yotu hat e a' 100 soil. Fertility is largely
amte f b:Ute cnitdtins of thet. P lhosphouric Acid, Ammniai, antd
Po:- h Ii n.t be prsn in the ~ p re oprt in if bumpiercrops are to
DOUBLES YOUR YIELD
bcau-, itntan aail able~i I P'ho phoric Atid, Ammaon i ndl Potashl in the
Ever Ig is stamiped w.xith our Gsiant L irard T rade-Mark. Inok for it-it's
for yur prtction, and beitter place your order for Plainter's, right now and
avoidI delayed delivery.
Ask ou agent ini your town' for information, free advice, or prices, or A'rite
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
FORESAW RAPACITY OF HUNS
Many Years Ago Charles Dickens
Looked into the Future With ViS.
ion Remarkably Prophetic.
There Is sometg a1lmtost uncanny
about the accuracy with whileh Chiarles
Diekens foresaw h lit1n aitd his alms1
as we know the i tdaly. Not long
ago there was qtiotel part of Dick
ens' reply to an linvtition to become
a imemaiber of a peace society that a
ntumber of persots were endeavoring
to form In 1851. The words written
then by the great Einglish author are
"Look out toward Austria, look out
toward lermany," he counseled. "Do
you see nothing there?
"I tell you that it Is because there
are the wild beasts of the forest .. . .
becatuse I would not be sollier ridden,
nor have other maen so, becaise I dread
and hate the iniserles aand tyranny of
war, that I nan not for the disarming
of IEnghand, nor- eiin I be a imiember of
your peace society."
Every reader of "Little Dorrit" will
remember the laminady of the "Break
of Day Inn" of Chalons. Words of
this French character of his have a
peculiarly prophetic ring. Here they
"And I tell you this may friend . . .
That there are people whoi it Is nec
essary to detest without compromise.
That there lro people who must be
dealt with as enemies of the human
race. That thire are people who have
no human heart, and who must he
crusle'd like savage beasts, and clear.
ed out of the way."
CLAIMS CENTURY-OLD FUND
Chilean Government Asks Return of
Unexpended Portion of in.
demnity Paid in 1821.
The full bench of the Nassaiclusetts
supreme court has been called upon)
to determite the ownershiip of a fund
nearly a century old, which is claimued
by tho common IIweal of Alassnchu.
setts on one hatnd and the Clhilean gov.
ernment on the other.
In 1821 an Anierlean ship returning
front Ci1na to Boston was seized by
Chilean revolutionists and its cargc
confiscated. When norm1al condltlotins
prevalled In Chile the Ulittrd States
deainded indemnity Hatd Chile paid
Willinai II. Cardiner of Brookline.
Mass., was selected to distribute th(
money aaaanong those entitle(d to it. If(
excuted the trust except its to twc
(hin1ese-knaown only as Paqua ane1l
Aluaqia, tmercha nts-and Thomas Fur
her of Boston. AMr. Gardiner failed tc
loente these persons or their represen
tatives. WVhien lie died the trust wai
transmitted to his son, and upon the
hittter's death to the grandson and
gi eat -graalson, Itobetrt II. (Iardiner
and Itobert It. Gardiner, Jr., who ar(
now Its etustodilans.
'i'le present holders of tle funi(
have senrlied through the' records o:
the state departmni'ait, through that
Amnerlean consilar service it Cant on
China, antad throutgl va rilouis othet
tiources, for thi' hel irs of I'Paqua, Aiqu
and Thomas li 'i 'rber, without suiccess
"Cleans" Crowd of Cash.
Vaiciatumi glealing money from streei
crowds was the striking semtae emn
ployeil In oneo of the large citie's somae
weeks ago for' the benellt of the Iter
Cross, satys P'opulair Science Maigaizine
A snellon pipe1111 was held over tili
heads of personis congregated on t ha
fsidewv alk, and1( cantribmut ions solietted
by a lea t haer-utnged seaan who shot.
0(1d throuigh a ineig~iiaae. CrIsp dol.
lair hills antd wvorna gree'nbaicks, it ant
teredi not which, wyere drawn In h3
stroung 'suttionla foirce whena Inserted ir
'l'he ntovel t v of thea pltan tat trt o
p~assers-biy anid drewv forth matny douna.
Bandages Now Made Quickly.
A recen'tt intvtioinl wiihl haas not
bean atarkei~ited'( as yt. buti is relportt
to be a gre(at a sners S. i's aan il''tirit
rollir for' use in maik ig th mu atch
neeedl1 fly-yard i r ollIs of h aandlagas
Thlis anew~ divia.e is taot tanty a great
tItti anid linhor' 'atver. butt riequairo'
r'lh-ras ipeaited byiis hand a', ats th'. have
tr'aininlag to opeaste thtemt succeossfulily
andit ithe woriik is sftritiitous. Byv rtilllaf
I ieri el lyai thea prat or it li laal
wile i'a handl aia lter in oniti htaant
gutidets I ithrol Ioirt andrage an td that
ot he(r oper~atesc theii r.l lear.
Swamp a War Garden.
Ti'u old toi bei taken'a to~ the' sirvice
George I oy, a *Jaaniiese residentt oif
Juneau(ttt, Alaiskia, hats Iturnia a mats
quito swamtpl in to ai patrtuiot giarder
hat has' become thae admiortiotn of the
Itaiilhes in thIs unique gar'den senud
thaeir gr'een laois ipwaird to formit th.
wordh "Lierty," aind near by Is formtet
To one side a ('ross blooms In ret
.swetet potts, whlile tInhy watlks., wriggl3
fenices aind rot'ks itha flowers wander
inig over themn addh~ to the aitractiomi
of the phaice.
Cost of Infectious Diseases.
S4eartlet fa'vera, tnaaaaa'I as analdl dthela
rit ('0st thei pea le if Chaienago $7,52,
'112 duiintg the( courarse' of thle yea r. 'Thht
hartga' hii 1represetts .so atutch idt otr
ais lihe piat tif t'melet'nes.s aind Ira
di!~'Teence. fotaramih if tnot a:l o thi l
ndisetasi' tnhht htava' batn travantted biy
I're?;utlorts, aorliaahi/ais that .biaraal (i
thei A '.i't'en a .Il'aal ,AU;ochation
arging te doilhI rs antd c'atta value om
THE MASCULINE ATTITUDE.
One of lite iimemolal wrongs
which vomien have endured is the male
habit of regarding a crisis in the
klitcheni as a iJoke, instead of what it
truly is--a cittity. In this attitude
ve, of the older siifrage, display a
*vretched coisistency, says fHarper's
Magazine. Oin the one hand, we yield
to no one In ncknowledging the home
as the foundation of society. On the
other hand, we regard everything con
nected with the eonoitles of the home
as proper subject-mnatter for Life and
ludge. Hiushands will return to their
families at the end of day and clamor
for sympat hy tiginiist a stupid oflice
boy. But they seem unable to under
Ptaln( what a sudden outbreak of sabo
tage in the kitchen imay mean in the
way of dislocaiiou and Jangled nerves.
1hat, is to say, they understand and
they do not understand. The dagger
eirives deep enough Into the soul when
emergency colipels inianl to put on a
ginghtm apron over a basin of hot
water. But the situation, though bit
ter, Is never quite real. It ought not
.o be. If only the educated masculine
mind were trained on the problem I
Unfortunately, that educated mind
viust hurry downtown to grapple with
the vital problem of a new ollice boy.
A writer In New York Stin says the
war has used up our live senses. We
have seen, felt, tasted, heard and
smelled blood horrors for four years
and more. We are like tin ex(lisitely
attuned pianoforte or hartp which Mars
halts dlrnimititied and thumbed to ru11ins.
"Let us retreat to our sixth sense 'or
a while," exhorts the editor; "it is the
sense of humor-the veritile sense
above the senses. Laughter and mirth
are the sanatoria of the worn. Ilumor
is the roadl to a ne ler day. We need
Prosperos of Ilugling miagle. The
law of renction swings to tle smile
the sile in the brain as well as on
the liis. Mfars flies into tle dark.
TIre is AMomus standing at the tavern
With fewer sheep in the United
States, by 12.000,O0, than there were
1I years ago, ii in iti ;trangG that
the government is asking farmers to
raise iore wool-producing animals.
The now familiar slogan, "Ten hens
in (very back yard," Is supplemented
by another, "A bunch of sheep in eve'y
farm yard." Ihe aippeal is nade espe
citly to fairmers in the corn helt, but
Etistet flriers, too, are becoming in
terested. 'he great sheep ranches of
the West tire being broken up, and
new nethois of sheep-raising must be
(Iermany is bitter aout the dispnsil
of her colonies by the eiten te without
her having i cholee in their disposition,
and cills this (isposil robbery. Ger
many hts coiven len tly forgotten all
her plitis to keep tie 1arts of lIelgiuma
ind northern France which would be
valuable to her, and other booty of
war, says lialtitore Amnericlan. She
has also forgotten her wholesale rob
hery of mnehinery atnd viliabe works
of ar tin-thle conmquemred territory. She
ought to lbe reminded t hat she has her
self furnished plen'ity of pirec'eent.
Villa's diselilne ciaimis a ('elrtalit
amount of adiin g. iftty t housanjd
dolilars rewardi was otfered for htim
deadt~ or ilive. lils hand hast alwiays
anmbered'i abou11t 50)0, wh lh wouhIi alilot
$100X to each(1 member. Eviblen'13y Villa
has beent ale to conyivi nie his associ
ates thait the indk ivial pirofitts wiil be0
gi'eater b y eon tininlg thle pre'seiit or
Mfr. F-mbwnhai says that "what has
miade Ge'rmny3 so prospeous is not
etliltncy; it is hiarid hiihoir." If thle
persons whomm wiast e tne trmylng to Iintd
tin easy mtethiod to accopiiishi what
only dilige'nce ini thelir tasks will do
wouili go toi work withoaiut waitch'ing
the clock form quit11 jaig t ime they would
gr'ea ty Iuniprove' lhirI 'oniion hi.
Thiie (dolliiar-a-y'eatr men'i are to receive
checks autioingratphied by3 thie pre'(sllenit,
so thaiit th Ia.'51me umay~ hei pr'eserved as
souv~enirs of thme wari. Th'le douigthboy
who conn tectedt wi th iin eammpty sleeve
or t rouser-leg in Fra'ince wvill haive a
souv'enir, too, aond it wtill nteed nto auto
gratph to atte5t. is seirviee.
Berlin is comp~lliiing thant Poitind
is annexing Glermian territory In (1e
fiance of intei'nntioinal law. Trhe Hun
mind pe'rsistenRtly re'fulses to appreei
ate the conmlment of imitation. IBut
Iit Is a good joke oii the I hun, all the
Whether lhe mieans to do son or not,
any man i whom atitempitts toi Sow, dlissen
sion heit wi'en Amei'ien raid Friance or
Amaero'i and Greiit lIritiain is iplaying
(Gerimany's game attnd wvililibe rated ac
Gerimanny reports a stock of 300),000
tonls oif krnuit. It would take nearly all
then iho gs in (lie world to fitrntiish the
knmuckles for thant much kr'aiit. Trho
1'Tits will have to use franmkfuirters.
Londuor. ilaplers think thut thte prince
ofWls should ha an Ameria
artfa Mashould hnut can hat
IT'S NOT YOUR HEART
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
Kidney disease It no respec er of per- diately. Tho soothing, healing oil stin
sons. A nmajority of the ill afflicting ulates the kidneys, relieves Initamina
oplo today canl be trace back to tions ant destroys the gerns which
kidney trouble. . have caused It. Do ntot vait until to
Tho kidneys are the m im itant morrow. Jo to your dIruggist toriay and
organs of the body. Th .-ro the insist on GOL.D M HDAL aarlern oil
filterers, the puriflors, of your blood. Capsules. In twenty-four hours you
Ki'dny disease is usually Indicated by should feel health and vigor returning
earne, Soplesusness, nevnditess byand will bless the (lay you first heard
weariness, Sleeplessness, nervousness, Of G014) All.U)AI, Hanarlem 0il.
despondonoy, backache, stomach trou- foulDhAL a e cur.
ble, pnin in loins and lower abdoren, After you feel that you have cured
gall stones, gravel, rlbeutnatism, sciatica yourself, contiue o tao keone or two
and lumbago, lcaOPsules each day, so as to keep In
*nd lubago.flrst-Lanss condition and ward off the
All these derangements are nature'& danger of other attacks.
signals to warn you that the kidneys Ask for the original imported GOLD
need help. You should use GOLD MEDAL brand. Three nizes. Money re
MEDAJL Haarlem Oil Capsules immer. funded it they do not help you.
It, after ussinu etire contents of tile
C;,,in according to directions, you nrem not Z IN
tlled In every respect. your aroce
will refund the money you paid for it.
Youwil like Luzianna
It is real coffee. Real
because it is -areFully,
ed dbecauSe its
goo ess is sealed i_
Everiy pound of Luzij
anne is sold in an indi
vidual air-tight in can.
The Reily-Taylor Companiy
The People Who Work With
Swift & Company
Big Business is usually pictured in
the public mind as a huge, soulless
machine. As a matter of fact, it is just
a collection of human beings like you.
Without boastingy and simply to
give to the public an idea of the human
side of Swift & Co.lipany, we publish
the following facts:
The lowest rate of wages paid to
men has been Increased voluntarily
and by arbitration 167 per cent in the
packing-house labor have been in- li
creased an average of 125 per cent. I
Tliere is an Empkoves' Benefit
't Association (voluint iry) pro)vidingh tirs
ability and death benefits for a small
' weekly payment. Sick allowatnces are
granted in times of' illness, and pensions
for disability and old age are provided I
without expense to the employes.t
Under a two year time payment plan fl
4,000 employes have b~ecOm-- har eho.ders in
Swift & Compamny.
Company physicians at tend emnploves i
needing' their help at the plant an~d ait hom e,
More than I ,500 of thea 7,501, mren who
left to joini the army andI rmvv h iv: returne'd
to their jobs, and j'sbs me w a~tng for the
others as sgon as the V litur n.
At the general olhr-e in Chicagoc, %.very h
boy is given an houir'' schooling 'lhuly on
comfpanly time, such work be'inig accr'.dited by l
the high school authorit ies; m s'cura g a two
year comm~rercial course dliplomai.
A summer home is maintainedl at Fish
Lake, Indiana, near Chicago, where women
plant employes may spend their vacations,
Swift & Company is co-operating with
other employers to impr-ove living conditions
around the stock yasrds.
More and nfiore thought and attention arc
being given. to the opportunity and responsi- F
bilities presented in a big industry to improve
working conditions and to raise living standards.
These are beginnings of a broad, construc
tive program, details of which are now being
worked out by the Employes' Relations Com
mittee of Swift &-Company.
Swift & Company,Ut. S.A.