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Recommends It to Her Friends
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before I e ted wiet 19 undI
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XdneY troubles don't disappear of Thn housewife of Holland would a
themselves. They grow slowly but mor a retho t f y wirhn
steadily, undermining health with t aoon w wethou dgs wih
deadly certainty, until you Fail a vic- out her "Real Dutch Drop. as she
tim to incurable diiseame. quaitly calls GOLD MMIDAL Haarlem
Stop your troubles while there Is time. Oil Capsules. They restore strength
Don't wait until little pains become big and are responsibl, In a great measure
aches. Don't trifle with disease. To for the sturdy. robust health of the
avoid future sufering begin trea tment D Hollanders.
with GOLD aI*Dl, Haarln g n Oil Cnp
Hules now. Take three or four every R o not delay. Go to your druggist and
day unUl you are entirely free f rom insist en his suplying you with GO0LD
pain. MCDiAt, ,aar-em Oil - .psules. Take
This well-known preparation has been themi asi direced, and if you are not
one of the national reedies of hlul- matlafled with rsults your druggist wii
land for centuries. In 1696 the govern- gladly refund your money. Look for
ent of the Netherlands graotemi a the name GOLD bIcDA!, on the box
special charter authorizing Its rcpara- and accept no other, In eraled boxes,
thion and eale. three sizes.
,CALLED HER FAMILY
TO HER BEDSIDE
Ea Tws jt a wn TinUg S6 Miht Die, Says Tes Lady, ut Nw
She f Ca Wd Strong Woian and t.aises Card.. F
floyse City, Tex.-Mrs. Msxy Kit- the better. That was six years ago
man, of this place, says; "Aft and I am still here and am a weI
irth of my little gir... my Side N. -strong woman, and I owe my life to
Cardul. I had only taken half the
endto hu. me . l d t doo. IS bottle when I began to feel better.
,The misery -in my side got less... 3
treated me... .but I got no better. 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 and never felt better in my life... I
have never had any trouble from that
that I was Just drawn upn In a knot.., day to this."
1 told ray husband If he would get Do you suffer from headache, back
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It,.. ache, pains In sides, or other discom.
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 knew I could not last give Cardut, the woman's tonic, a
many -days unless I had a change for trial. J. 71
The Greadesf Name
MOR1E WAl, TAXES
Drugs will Adance inl Price Four Per
Cent After May 1st. Admission Tax.
Certain ioediciies are Exempt from
Washington, April 18.-Regulations
governing 'Oollectioni of theO tax on ad
missions, oon to 'be Issued by the bu
reau of :ifternal revelue, define the
four classes which are exempt from
the tax. 'These are, children under 12
years old, bona fide enaplloyes of the
place of amusement, munipelal ofilcers
on omfical business and soldiers or
sailors in uniform. All other persons
are subject to the tax (which is one
cent for cash ten cents or fraction
thereof) of the price of admission.
Jf a 'theatre sells to a soldier or
sailor a-two dollar ticket for one dol
lar, the tax is tenl cents on the dollar,
not twenty cents on the regular price.
Admission by passes are subject to the
tax. If the pass entitles the holder
to a dollar seat, he must -pay ten cents.
The dramatic critic who occupies a
two dollar orchestra chair niust pay
The law provides the tax shall be
paid by the person paying for the ad
mission, and that places of amlusemeint
shall keel) a record of the amount of
tax colected. M1ontlily returns and re
mittances must be made to collectors
of internal revenue on or before the
last day of the month following that
for which the return is made.
Products of the druggist's shelf will
go up in price one cent on each 25
cents of cost May I as a result of the
imposition on that day of the new war
tax. The Internal Revenue Bureau to
day reminded that this levy will be
made by the use of revenue stamps
to be fixed by the retailer to perfumes.
essences, extracts, toilet waters, cos
metics, petroleum Jellies, hair oils,
pomades, halr restoratives, hair dyes,
tooth and mouth washes, tooth pastes,
aromatic cachous, toilet powders, other
than soap powders, and other similar
substances and preparations.
A like tax is imposed on proprietary
medicines "as to which the manufac
tire or producer claims to have any
private formula, secret or occult art
for making or pepaing the same."
No objection will 'be made by revenue
ofilcials to afilxing-the stamps by the
manufacturer or importer as agent or
a retailer where practicable. Vaccines
an( baterines which are not adve'rtised
are exeipt and also sales of medicines
not advertised by a Physi('ian in at
tendance 11pon a patient.
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CLINION NE.WS. *
('linton, April 21.-4.\Ir. Guy Pitts
spet ilF'riday in Columbia.
Misses Agnes Henry, Melle iBurgess
and E'lizabeth Young of Chicora Col
lege, spent the week-end at home with
Miss L ise Pits spent the Easter
holidays wit h hoer parents, .\ir. and .\lrs.
J. M. Pitts.
i. and Mrs. WV. Ii. Owens ,.Jr., and
Billy, returnedi last 'Wednesday fromi
Hishopvillec after spending the wee'k
with Mr. and1( .\rs. WV. .M. 'Scott.
Miss Minnie Bailey returned Wed
ndsaday afteri spending severIalI monthI s
Mrs. Cyruns lha Iley and (laughtIers ar*
spendling se'ver'al wveeks in Augusta
withI her parents, M~Ir. and Mr is. Franak
Milss Aileent Franks, of Ljaurens,
spen t the week-end with Misas .\ ar
M iss .Jesale 'llillar'd delightfully cin
tertiiainied thle Kn ittin1 g Club last Sa tiur
(lay a ft ernoon. D~el iciouis block creama
and fruit cake wer'e serivedi to the( fol -
lowinug guests: M eadames John1 TI.
Youn tg, Tihomasa Jacobs, W . P. Jacobs.
J. . .lacob~s, Jr1., IKenneith flurdet.1
Jodlie Chandlei', W.. hi. Owens, J.,. Irby.
('as, T. D.'opelanad, and MIsses IDor'
asMason, Mary Bean and Ailt eni
lFranks of Laurens.
Mr's. W. It. Owens, Ji'., andi Miss
He(len ii Lp spent TPhutrsday andi F'ri
(lay in Columbia.
'Mr. Hari'y Hlicklin spent the wee'k
endl in the city with frIends.
'Mrs. W. S. Bean Ia spending sever'al
(lays in Spar'tanhurg wvith her dlaugh
ter, Mrs. L. M. Kennedy.
Miss Louise .Jones, of Columbia, is
apendilng the week-end with her par
ents, lDr. and Mrs. P. D). Jones.
Mrs. W. (I. 'Neville left last week
for Washington, D). C., to spend sever'
Mr. andl Mi's. John TI. Young enlt'r
talned the followIng guests at a lov'e
ly eour'se dlinner' last F'riday evening:
Mr. and Mr's. .J0(1e Chandler, Mi'. and
Mrs. Thos. D). Jacobs, Mr. and Mt's. W.I
P. Jlacobs, Mi'. and -Mr's. W. . Owens,
Jr., Mr. Jloe Lit tie, Miss Aileen Franks,
Mr. Spurgeon Sumerel and D)r. Sa,. ('
Mr~ts. Jimi Keith, or Columbia, spent
sevei'al days last wveek wvith Mrs. Julia
Mr. Joe Little, of Abbeville, spent
the wveek-endl with lia mother, Mi's.
Dials, April 21.-A pleasant event of
Easter week to the boys and girls of
the very young set, was that of Satur
day afternoon, when Master Jack Har
ris and sister, Nell, entertained the
members of the Junior Society with a
most enjoyable -afternoon party. The
spacious lawn of the 'Harris home is
twell adapted to entertainment of an
out-door nature, the stately pines and
oaks proving a beautiful back-ground
to the gaily clad little lassies and lads,
who made the welkin ring with their
joyous laughter. In keeping with Eas
ter, the fIrst thing enjoyed was an egg
hunt which tproved merry and exciting
enough for all, after which many and
various games were endulged in, till
the shadows cast by the declining sun
Indicated it was time to depart, each
little guest taking away with him or
her a soivenir of the occasion, dainty
aerds bearing appropriate Easter
During the afternoon two kinds of
cake and iced lemonade were served
by Mrs. W. I. larris, the mother of
the little host and hostess.
Those who were present 'were little
Misses Alta Ruth 'Camphell, Lucile
'Campbell, Eleanor Boyd, Annie Lou
Curry, Marcelle Satterfield, Clara Ow
ings, Nell Harris, Lilly May, Floree
and Leitha Graydon, Sarah and Helen
Harris, Marvis Clare Curry, thel Cur
ry, Annie Loce Tumbling, LMaldred Ow
ings, %aral Alice Curry and Masters
Jack Harris, Gray Curry, Lamar Ow
ings, Talmage Armstrong, Claud, Joe
and John -Harris, John and Jamie Hel
lams, Richard and Alton Curry, Adol
phus Sumerel, Russell Owings, Tarl
Owings, Osteen and B-yd 'McCall,
James and Bryson Gray and Ellis Sat
terfied. The following Visitors also
enjoyed the occasion: Mrs. Florence
Ropp, the efficient president of the Ju
nior Society, Mirs. Townes Curry, Mrs.
'D. D. Harris, Miss Emma Harris and
lisses Fannie and Sallie Brownlee.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Boyd and little
daughter. Eleanor, and Miss Alattle
Simmons, of Greenwood, were the
week-end guests o'f their mother, Mrs.
If. Y. Simions.
Mlr. J. Archie WIllis, of Atlanta,-is
lin attendaice at the bedside of his
mother, Mirs. IEmma Willis, who is se
riously Ill at this writing, imich appre
heiislon being felt by relatives and
friends over her condition.
Mr. Ernest Ilenderson, one of the
boys who saw service "over there", has
returned and is now at hqme, having
hen discharged at Camp Jackson.
A large crowd from this place at
tended the entertainment at Eden on
Saturday evening. The play "The Old
)istrict Sehool" was well rendered by
tle local talent, and wa squite a sue
ces's in every way. An audience that
taxed the seating capacity of the large
auditorium was piesent, and the ev
(il ng provedI very enjoyable as "the
listirict school" as ic t'ed provoked
COUGHS AND COLDS
Dr. King's New Discovery
has a fif ty year record
It built its reputation on its prodluc
tion of positive results, on its sureness
in relieving the t htdat irritation of
colds, coughs, gripe and bronchial
"Dr. King's New Discovery? Why
my folks wouldn't use anythtag elsei'I
'[hat's the general nation-widie esteem
in which this well-known reme'dy is
held. Its action is prompt, its taste
pleasant, its relief gratifying.
Half a century of cold and cough
checking. Sold bydcruggizts everywhere.
Bowels Out of Kitter?
That's nature calling for relief,
Assist her in her daily dlutics with Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Not a purgative
in the usual dose, but a mild, effective,
corrective, laxative that teases the
bowels into action and chases "blues,"
theActual locale of
the Story; hattle
kcenes onthe &sttie
fields of Eumpe.
G~nprtion of the
Opera Hous Coming
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
VETERINARY SURGEON & DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telephones: Residence 201; Office 45
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
Luzianne is roasted
in New Orleans by The
known ughout the
Southland as makers
of good coffee" For
16years The Reily-Tqy-w
lor Company has guar
anteed every pound of
IT fer a i s wnreconb
Td.th scn cessofdhe ic
to Lber, t L
fttI.I4vw j w rerc*i A
oCey You paid for jo .
The war is won, but
your govermb.en ar
antees its return with
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