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LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Freez
one costs bnt a few cents at any drug
sor pp. ply a few drops on the
corils, calliules anIdIJ "hard skin" oin bot
ton of feet, theni lift them off.
\\hen Freezone remove:n corns from
the tous ull ralluses from the bottoini of
feet. the skin beneath is left 'pink
and ata and ievr sore, t emcleir or
To abTort a cold
andcj porecnt com.,
plicat ons, take
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages
In use for over 40 years!
Thousands of voluntary
letters from women! tell
ing of the good ardui
has done them. This is
the best proof of the value
of Cardul. It proves that
Cardul is a good medicine
There are no harmful or
habit-forming drugs In
Cardul. It ls composed
only of mild, medicinal
Ingredients, with no bad
The Woman's Tonic
You can rely on Cardul.
Surely it will do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women! It shotild help.
"I was taken sick,.
seemed to be . . .,
writesMrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Madison Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk . ..
just staggered around.
. . . I read of Cardul,
and after taking one bot
tle, or befose taking quite
all, I felt much better. I [
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that tIme, and was able to
do my work. I take it in
the spring when run
down. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardul.
EtAU Druggists F
FIND MANY USES FOR PEAT
Wartorn Industry Gives Prcmise of
Great Development In f'ho
Years to Come.
The output of peat In the lUnited
States last year far exceeded that of
ily preceding yearr and tiie general
increase, whieh was s0tnulated by the
war, was shar41ed by practliclly ill
branches of the itidustry. Tiougi ex
tenisively used as fuel in Europe and
wIdely known in the I'ited States as
t potent1il source (of heat aind power,
peat lits beein un1ible to colipiete with
coil I an(d IlaIly peat opetit.ors have dl
reeted their atteti'on to.the utilizilon
of peat in agrIculture with gratifying
1'ent fertilizer wats flist inairketed in
( 01m1 erela0: (iant itles in 1 i and
stock-oo(d pent in 11112, 11i11 though
there I.is still somle prejIidiee awailst Its
use the agiicltullr:1l branch of the Inl
dus1try hms beenl success"ful .1nd thlt
g u intity of fertilizer and sto k-fool(
lwt 111nnually prliuleed Is inleenIsling.
Liarge 41114inttiel's of thes)' prodlic( s
we(re tuil nt year1o, liut the i14os
strikiniv dlopment Xws hIlw proe
tIon of* 11 :1' l'a in the New 1E'. :a1inl
States 111:11) hais be(en m::nfila tuIiid inl
the' Int)! ir' Unitiedi S"tates in all r ced
in;;~ y''ntl. A* ys pinll :ik:
was 114' 'widl prenl interest in:hijfst
fid ii inw:t resonr1's w'.14hich h:4d boe(e'in
I Ier: IIy r4 g rded a' l f d bf
ll.: pI n i X\. I .- p o f14 1 tw :1t 1r p hl-f1
f ri lill.' . dl.e 4'4 I n::l X'I lI n
(Ir 0::u4u4l :2 44 o i were
(1 ~ ~ I. w44( 1 y I I (I I4 l I III -14
t' d 4 i lit I ::.t o a'. The4I 1
Co<-mui' tes Eat antild Wet, Foun'ed
Inr Highl Hps fre in-ownract .
cally: Thri.-'gs Foten. Aer
1o .1 . W. l(I I ll of rho l I a.,'r s
V.r1 t n I 144' a t Ii r t Il Ie
w Ire I 14 rol I v I 1 14 his o1nty fI r Ithat
Vr'1:SIl I f I . . l '1 o f ill , In1?1 11
r:~ ~ ~ ~~~~r i~rdb outesrmNwIn
n High Hopes, Are Now Practi
cally Things Forgotten.
IW st('rolnl atpers te4ll ti4n-ir( 14r nder's
lie the- town oI 1-:merson, Okdi, is
('((4440 l114 114)1
-hort.y to be 11 thing orl Itt el, r
n1 1 1iks thle lartford Courantf. I t w. Is
11141pp d o t as a. I ,\.Itown I sit4 shortl y
alftel thle t4rr1tory was open4(l for zet
I vIemIo.enIt , andII the ( promoII ter Is had1
drtienm1s of t In (trepolis. Ini 1!)07 I the
phain was ablandonled, and now thet dIls
trct (.u111rt. Ias been asked to vacat e.
thet land for town site purp4ioseos. wh-]'enl
what il lht ael been a town \ill b)(.
comne farmIl 1:1nd.
The story of nso sugets wini1
ete near happeini It ('onneel'In
town Iin tIII, w nnng of the 4-41lony, .
IhIo il it 4hw1ed rar(
snse Ihe ti ir ch',110e of a site, an1i ill
their drtanni not o r a11,404(() town
bit' for a city. Ibimilen n f rom
Well were to be nong Its ciizenS thle
rveam of 1-:ngind, so its proor'.c
howed, liere to hoeomi" e its li ts
nate ordl-ed otherwise, nill the f arl r
dayeno thisC( dr)am town areI~( greem
n4e 't'1'c(ount of11 hI 1truggl toi5 hof
th sty agains4t e he attacks ofthe 1(n-4
het fitates,4( notabily1 111h( mOii
cominn th of the W is 1e 6a 1du-le
Jlte the411o ston 4 44(1 Okihoma,4 but
tfe e neuathrmn of the.-lig '''i fCon-li
l age Proud1054 of War4 Recod.
Tfhe lile Nofolk1 vllage of n OdinI
Buokngmive Srupersitiowrn. e
ord. Its oal mai(1li ppltion ' be-ls
i' 1)4 was') 264. of t hatouldrber44 nof
f~~ewer thn 170 erved wih8 hefoce
tnd 30 ''ve1g44 e the lies fore their
Ing o theilonor's a memoa , ross thasin
ecrerdction of t hle4IltS lei' "cos 44of1
wacifi e deit by irtdo R Ialdr
Bloomtield,41 R. A.,1 ortt alitit ish1(1 (m14
(Itay eefturiese.it abor The totalC1
hAgh fomnt thell ground lin "to cthl
to11of 51theSt 11ro14 is 8211 f~ee ' in1hes.
a It'1 stt ofone an iIthe names of5(44~
those) me of tll~1h vtiht who (fell in
below the bas li'e othe cross.W)ii'4 I"i
The(44 saci'ic f Vi~Ol Buckingham :Is
ty(p41a' of aeveryBrIitis vIfilIge.(1 t 1 s
Long-: t~Lived(44 Superst(Iition.1WIlI t
IWey fonder4( whth14sert ITurish
pier whottl foretld teendweffthd
af o, he lidhe Tlret-aondn Chap-c
PRODIGiES PROVE A PUZZLE
Psychological Experts Unable to Ac.
count for Their Amazing Preva.
lence In England.
Infant prodigies are being discov
ered in England alrnost daily. Some
connect this with the psychology of
war. One of the youthful marvels is
l'atnela Blianco, a thirteen-year-old girl
artist, whose drawings were given the
pilace of honor in an exhibition at one
of the principal London galleries.
Critics dealt with them quite seri
ously and saild that the work was sug
gestive of Bottleilli alnd some of the
other o1ld inatiste's. l'i1ela is ant
Italian girl who was horn in Ingland
and unever had taken any (1rawing les
Rtonnie Itoutledge, four, little more
than a haby, whose parents know
nothilig of mnusic, has enjoyed six
months of tuition on the violin. At
the( G rimsby College of Violinists re
cmtly he outraliked 43 competitors,
most of them lin te twenties, and
scored 119 polut s lin a possible 120.
Irofessor 1D:1101 ind'scribes 1hiii its i
Little lIobbik lIny, ageid seven, of
uIrighiton, son of a iiittor iieinitne,
has woindrfuil p 4\oers lit 4-i iirvoya n4e,
aicoridinlg to tlh WIekly lispateh.
1lillfohled. it Ic oeerihed :1 iiit.hei of
ttiles. ii'e ii-ludel a treasuiry
note14 (-Ivling its color, uumb rs .1nd4
writilg on II ' l:k ), the cilor :i11l
text;re' of :a piece of Iite hi had
nCve' setn, tls ei:'et als.or to ia
lit 1!i 14i r' LItI I *~I,\ r : IaIi,111 Is
Opipltietic fed iinnal Arssin Ar
bynNo Muenswrittelyow to raoLom.
Aft l- hive l1it - lie t e li0 Col
p edh t of i'f 1 i :: ii-, I v l. "I .just ee
sebe' l ii nata',i inn. 'eul a
AMERICANS WIfLL BE THERE
Opportunitics Offered In Abyssinia Are
by No Means Likely to Be Long
Ata er Il- vikit to th i'nlited States
a1- of thw A yi n visitors fa it
ti-d that ho knw n11W Why there~t were
it A ,nerien..sn I A Ili AbysIsni. As hi, hazd
sen the A imiloi thinlorienn. oIr
tho sntriuer from Abysisinia dweided,
Is not givnl to ',ow .4w i1iious travel
Ing. M, wants to e lboult (prckly,
nitd Abysiinit, w11 lilt ni othing faster
tan a 11n lni1iaul, offers oe Induce
mnents of rapid transportation. "That,
it seeoa," hild the Abysshin, "has
kept thlet- Amerienn .in out of our
country. It. Is too bad. We need
bidii-g's I lie yours, we need streets lcie
y-oute., mind w\.e need mnen like youirs to
direc(,t the bulbiling (of theini." Coinitner
and linilil industrinlly, aowever, the
truti probably Is that Abyssinia has
I b4ee "dtisovei , 1141t when thiat
oaplons ie Aeiiinn ini will coine
a1d bu11 his own rapi transporta
tIin. Th'le 11uere stat1n4-1141 t ht11 thlt
oeIpiia, A\lrbii 1'lit \ I Ah 1 Ih , i at liy (if
loc of I . -11 nhb1 fo l1 la no rail
way conli tio i it i0 ollt id wold
1i" a I- mptationl. - h'b iin Scionlee
bl ito r
Birds Have Rlight of Way.
ow, av the ti.ht of w\ay int air,
w r it (1 t ofire to gi f iilitary n ro
naueders. Ti'is is jubtice lilovd, sine
birds flvw first.
Tit hisi rongl Maecnl nn
tows lng th*i A hteen-as-hav
bei vhi fsiteel iih diu u biird'n a mhoerh
ervsaosetn b a towne ~e~ wo'l seo a
anlOlk ofihnl ofwtheofamilyheir way.
ThI wisvifou nde thetiri ~iin oe 0un1
g'estly a pi rtwnen ctowzrd ealk
a ng below wt e iti' It a largi,
bloodyI tird. 'il ie' cornined ii touwe th
town, andw the. twnu c olnphe to theI
fed'eral miriatiy brdo l htween
the1 Unitedk stiat; 1ttes Grea Btain
was referre to, and' lit14( issoud that
shooing3 o tii fro'mi i aiiie ~iun
W hei t eI I aasan digtny'er-o
agi. I~itN ' wa keig hus'eI ini' ny moth~lvi
Triplbene Tn Eecrie wordfrl n
reg 4llivan eld friendiolitheIfamiiy, of who
('i wa ver fond,' 114 ' tht ela toi i'be out
guens fr a ai t w'asom'n. Towar leveo
ning hen the doorbecedrn wi toi
bu ou ittlet olred mad to answdileren1
a e rhd 'inrets.o I(l the rom h co n!
Ial <hertk, sitn l ni t its l alitlr an(1
threw111 atns around theu g'entilema.
whois ros to'fiI grneet CO an ke ise hu
ounly Inl hto dhfere a esorngei voe
rs,'; "l lledmtoIseealfto couldt h iere
yhu i' of wonderf1 ust ofte liek (10n
onel toliw a perfet' sirang- Isool
agen't. u Mr.l hlas nel arrtva
rpssing explanation.---Chiego baTriun
torepleTn lcti el
0 Your enjoyi
T (D(1'; f \ and mellow
nated and I
13 ccnts a pack age pleasant cig
in Camels ure
('n~~n.1,2 Turis ,ein(vrwhrei
ut. :: '' 'r pcalt!: (.. QQ ..Lol'20 ~C
- C '. I n n a n.-- asmooth in
2n - thr :I'I tr the home,
for tho ho s o o th a n d
or SUlc supply m when you fraveL. body and
blend to eitl
1-i:71 r 77t. : :. Z .L tT:Un .. . m
THIS HOUSE of Better She
and exclusive Creations in Fall
THERE is no economy like t
are times when no one can afforc
WE invite to this Store all
comfortable, durable, perfect fitti
All Feet that want the best S
money can buy anywhere.
ALL Feet that are ffering
3 [here never has
it was so importe
chase Shoes at
Store-a Store ii
a Shoe is a guari
A GOOD PLA(
Vin You On Quality!
nent of Camels will be very great
ir refreshing flavor and fragrance
ness is so enticingly different. You
I1 suclh a cigarette! Bite is elimi
here is a cheerful absence of any
cigaretty after-taste or any un
made of an expert blend of choice
I choice Domestic tobaccos and are
mild, but have that desirable full
:ertainlv hand out satisfaction in
um Ye will prefer this Camcl
tcr kind of tobacco smoked straight!
ve Camels the stiffest trybut, then
npare them with any cigarette in
a world at any price for quality,
flavor, satisfaction. No matter
how liberally you smoke
Camels they will not tire
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
es is at your service with new
Footwear---the Best Footwear
he economy of quality, and these
I the extravagance of low grade
Feet that enjoy wearing stylish,
'hoe value at any price that the
for anything in the way of Good
been a time when ,.
nt as now, to pur
a Reliable Shoe
there the name on
mnty of its Value !
ZE TO TRADE