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- nly a matter of shqot time.
ait until pains and aches
incurable diseases. Avoid
consequences by taking
rld's standard remody for kidney,
ladder and uric acid troubles--the
al l1ornedy of H-folland since 1696.
ted. Thro oIz2s, all druggists.
r the namt Cold Mledal o:n every box
and ucco no imitation
. ,dR PROMPT RELI liF TAKE
-I TABLET'EVERY 2 HOURS
FIRST DAY .- 3 TABLETS DAILY
- THEREAFIER (WITH WATER)
SInA.!t -AK PC2SYarasvnito
t DERANGE THE STOMACH
To abort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
UETER THAN 4
~~COLDS AND FLU
ewElixir, Called Aspiron~
c I, Medicated With Latest
2ientific Remedies, Used
c:d Endorsed by Euro
man and American Army
U:rgeons to Cut Short a
Cold and Prevent Compli
ver-g Druggist in U. S. In.
structed to Refund Price
Wh ile You Wail; at Count -
cr~ If Relief Does Not Comes
WVithin Two Minutes.
ecghtful Taste, Immediate,
~ ief, Quick Warm..Up.
Ilo is A\s:>ronal, the twvo
'(cold mi co . h reli 'lever, au-.
h . ely guarL:n ii 1 by the labora
K stedi, op -t. I andi mlost
ically endortA 91 by te high
-d 'ff:r' 9 a whtiskey, rock
Ior anyV ut'e col and couigh
I y' hltvo' w;. r tried.
ru iiai (Xs ar no suO ~tppliedl
a~ o n: f-d n.. elixir, so all
uo to dlo Io y . ri-1 or: t hat cold
p into the tu net dru~g storo,
t 2 ele:-kh~ half a dloi for ai bottlo
.:m n:d t il iUn t o R:.ve you
ion ft:ls vithI fourv Itasoon
'.ater la. a glass..Wit h your
nt your hln-1, taiko the drink
a wlo a: I e di for your mney
* r col f~tain away like a dream
* -:he tin" li:.ti. I )on 't b0 bash
iE ll dr uaggieat.3 inv.ito youl and
:t o to try it. Everybody 's
WX r youe cold or cougha is ro
I- , take tho remainlor of' thto bottlo
uno 10't your wife and babios, for
epiro:.ral is by far; thet safest and most
Z're ivo, theo easiest to take and the
.t agreeablo cold and cough remedy
r infants ar~d children.-Adv.)
Copyrigbt, by Cbarlos Boribnor'e Sons
(Continued From Page One.)
"We cti oily apologize. Torry," I
lnt i st)o.(l. "The em'iploye.( have
bwen alarin11ed, but we're bound to
totnineial their zenl."'
"'llmtarryh!" hit -Oeurhted. the
vltahi.. to 1113 dignity still rankling.
I foreei eigr tliponll11 hutn14 talk
ed of the went her to eover Antolue's
ret r at. I reoINved not to te-l him
thl reui eltise of th servna-s aire
hi'iisions. knlowing his dislositlol to
nutnirov ir-les ,ntd fearing Ie might
P1th to' pot'io ivllVest igate. He
livei only five tiles from hirton, a
rm.! it) which hit flow referred.
"lindin't herd of any tirnmtips oiverl
Ily wv:y," Ie sail frowninug. "These
ol tutn1t ties your uncle left Iere are
simply hitl)II' : t lint's ill. It's a
watitr ou did n't think of upsettitig
his wilt on flth gr mnd of inental il
"Oth. (itk it! They'roe weii-mean
Inig heiwsle.ss peolple, and It's bully that
incle Kwnsh provided it home for'lthem.
'hlere's llobody lse to use thne pince."
is c!ar'.1 hald proved sootliig, but
Iy inst tilltrk (nised imt1 to sit lip
strairibt - his chair.
"Bly fieorgre ! mly hold-up almost
nni1e Itm fortoLet whit I enie for. I
Unve news t'or you. Singleton; good
or hait. ns you ttay take It; 1rs.
t1ishfori is in Anerica.
"Mt's. Iinshford," I repented faintly.
"re do YOU get these pleasant
"This." he answered, producing a
telegramit. "is Ill I know about it."
Ife sveened to senit( my discomfiture,
The mcnws:ge read :
"I'ittsfield, Ma.s., Sept. 20.
"J. R. Torrence.
"Bainbridg e Trust Co., New 'gork.
"Landed at Seattle a week ago,
and liave htom motoring east from
Chifenzf it) see the country. Will
renci r it4 In four or five days.
Please wire me at the Washington
Inn, Inox, whether house is In order
"Well. whit tio you say to that?" he
. I say its taiking unfair advantage,"
I aiswtier'd savtIgely. "I've got to
elear otti : that's the first thing."
"Not tweemcrily. Your right to the
gairage ik svitl-d, - w% houldn't oust
you if siV . rted to. You've got to
sty hert 'nyhow till sli comes;
t hlei's nto 'liking that. 'PTher" tare
mooany li11'tl t'tsies' she wouldt nt
tirall y e'x et'i frtom yon."
"'ini del'tighteil tha:ut you see iny1 mhity 3
so clearlt'y ! If youi hadin't aissuired tile
that slhe was safe at the etnd of the
worldi I wo'l)Tinr't hnvi e set foot here."
"'rThe fmt'se ls int ordler. I judge."
he tentntrked. gitneing ab~oirt the rioomi.
"I've got io wIre her thtat we're rendy
"You most certainiy ht~ve! You
might aeid rtt she's. caiustry serions
Siconivernieonce tor her ilate bu tshan d's
"You really don't mnean- tl&ar he
"Oh,. thunder, not"
I hatd forgotten hnow trying 'Irarrence
cold~ be. I Ie now suggestedi that we
summtiton Antoine and take ta funk t
thme hotuse. TJorrence is a cotnsceietions
fellowv with tin exact and orderly mind,
an~d t here wats not Corner of the ploe
frotn cellar to garret I that we diitn't
"xpltore. It was highly criedlitaI'ie to,
tilthe old 'yrtingham serviants ti rt the
house wits t horonghiy hab it able-,
As we wetre on our waty diowr-stln.
the old1 fellow defained tue ii ntwnen't.
"lIInve you told him abtout the
I snookli miy headit it antgry rieJect ion
nhot "thf le partities," ttml dismttisse'd
him inis soon as we reacehetd t' e bfl.
"I siigge'st." sid 'Torrt'tec. "that
when'i '-die ('omles you tt hne t'owers tn
till Ithe iromst thie co(nsertvtt riy w/il
supptly enough. Ati i oeenrs to me
nmake I this hJunch1 of liay dependients
tile tmore aigreeable it wilt he for N[rs.
"You dhon't e'xpect mitWht ofi me!' It
wvas never In file eniitrati' thti
sholti hecome the ptit riatreb of t hose
venerable relies. But I'll wynrn themn
to Conceal theunselves as mnech As pos
sibile. I fully expec't to leave the
r'eser'vtitoil for good' lust onie hlin
iafter t he -.ady a rriv'es."
"Thlat's yotir afftir, of coulrse. An'
'sie''s inotoinig, we enn't just tim hrner
Inrrival, hitt when I get at wire that
site's oni the way Il tel'phionr' you.
And, of 'nourse, after she ge'ts here
I'll coI a.7,'(t once to pay raty reo'ects "
"Yott can't come tort Hoot t"~ *
answ erell Mipiefully.
(To, he cnntinuneel
TAX BILL NEAlt FIVE
BILLION AND HALF
*5,408,075,468 , Amtounit Puid Int Na
tional Coffers Year Eidiug June 80.
Inlc~loe and Proilts Tax Chilef
Washinug ton, Oct. 10.-America's tax
bill for the fiscal year ending June 30
aiounlited to $5.408,075,468, airoxi
mately a billion and a half dollars
more than was paid into the federal
treasury in the previous twelve
Final figures for the year were con
tailed in tile preliminary report of
the Comtissioner of Internal Revenue
nilade vublic tonlight. It showvs that
frot income and irofits taxes the
government receive'd apl)proxiiately
tlhree-fourtlis of all its revenue. In
these two items there swas an Increase
of $1 ,356,000,000 over the fiscal year of
91 ii, receipts ror the two years be
ing: 1920, ,957.701,000 1919, $2,600,
From mtiiiItifalious sources of "iis
'evlieou.s" xtxtion, .he tiev' 1 ( proticedl
*.1.1 ) .:7 .000, ila incrtease over p:e
viult year of $201,000,000.
Tax on laiquors
in iht ii:st fil year of the prohibi
tion era. tero wasm a net reduction of
$ I3:,u'00,00 in I axeS on (istl iledl an
ernit ented liquors. the re port shows.
l'roim distilled s1jrits the goverImen1(t
reveived $97.907,000 'in tihe last liscal
year. whil the taxt's fron the saeile
0ou1re' in 111119 ,werte $365,21.1,000.
Taxes oil ternented i,iquors for (he
last iscal year aggregated $41,965,000,
aInd fo' tl, 'iscal year of 1919, $117,
The report also shows comillpirative
reventiue for tite fiscal years of 11191
and 192T. The former date was the
last full year in wielt tile govern
ltnt( derived its principal reveln ues
froil ihrle Sources, distilled iitors,
fe ri'l) nted spirits anI tobacco. Taxes
prodtted o:i tie thre i ie Items itn 19 19
uttltunlltted to $21.211,000,' while I is
revenuel inl thet year just ended Was.
$ 5,tNlul00,. in 19!) these taxes (on
Slitittc'd 99.1 . r ceitt of t nat;ioll's
evenue.. wv'Nile last year they tere
Pir cnt of the total taxevs.
Altoliugh here was a big de(crea(':se inl
'a-'s on 7 rors 'betwee "Ithetw
y ars show, Itere was a cotrespolld
ng greater int-rease in t Ie IevenueI
f:'lm tobacco, in 'L.i1 of its foms. In
11919, the rehacco tax atmoun1lit1ted to
oily 51.887,000, while in 1920, it waa
$295,815,000. tilh' report showed.
The transportation tax, whi h had
b)t'en , imal.ed I:) produce about $275,
000,001) allaili, realied $307,80*,000
for (lie last tiscal year. This inclutded
taxes onl freight. passenger, express,
telephone and telegraph and transfer
of oil .by pIipe line.
Excise and special -taxes, including
it "luxtury tax," broughtt ab.,out $373,
000,000 into the treasury. One of tile
chel items in this list was tie tax on
motor (EI's, which netted $11.4,000,000.
Taxes otn jo.velry, ecsneties and other
so-talled "luixiies" produced another
$56,00004, . The s-!.ocial corporation
tax on thle valtit of its stock yielded
$93 ,000,000 .
Withd trawl'is frotm bonded wa re
hotuses of dlistilledI Spirits fotr induis
1)oses inetsed'5( frotti I ,000,t000 to
more t han 2X8,000,0I00 'gallons from 191!)
to 1920., the r'eport tdisclosedl. Bitt in
withdrawals froml b)ond of distilled
Apirits wvhich were labelled for bever
.age utse, ther'e was al dec r'ease from
72,50)0,000 gallons in 1919 -Io 200,000
gal lons in thie inist f1laal yea.t
'This Corn Remover Is Guaranteed.
Tht row away that dangerous razor lnot
plaster. tDon't wasto your timeo aimply
"treatinit" that pestiferous. achIng corn I
Got rid of it wit h "GetN-It." itemuove it.
Th~ae ges eqik Pits Corn
Simply apply two or three drops of this
favorite corn remedy atnd your paIn fromt
THAT corn coase's forever. Then in two
or threo days, ff the cor~n has not dropped
off, take hold, with your fingers and lift it
off as easily as you pool a bananial You
never enjoyeil uauch instant, delightful
relief from corn misery. you never used
anything 8o perfect as ''Gets-It." It
"Gets it" costs but a trifle at any drug
store. . .oney bacok guaranteed. Mid. by
E. Lawrr~ace & Co., Chicago.
'Lautrens .lr tig Co.
Putrn-jm'n ngu ano
SLIP OF PEN SET
Chicago, Oct. 10.-A slip ofea pen In
the hands of a clerk in the Weard of
trade here sent nyheat prices t~inibling,
caused the Canadian gover=nient to
consider taking over the wheat, mar
ket 'there and caused a proclI'mation
to be issued 'by the 'United .States
Wheat Growers Assokiktion, .\irgiig
suspension of all sales '( wheat by
farmers until the .price reached $3,
it was said today,
Tie clerk, it was said. mist6k an
order from Ilosenbaum Brotlh-rs,
Brokers, to sell one thousand bushiele
for one million ibushels, aid when
dealers heard that such -Ix large
amount was -being thrown on the mar
ket, prices immediately began to
slump. The market opened at $1.99
1-4, advanced a quarter of a cent, and
then be-'gan to slip Point by riclit.
Word soon reached the floor, that the
brokerage house had dumped a i.ii
lioa .blishels of -wheat on the market
and smaller dealers begail to sell.
E. L. Glazer, president of llosen
baum Ji3rothcrs. said 'the order was
only oversold about 75,000 . bushelA
when the error was discovered. He
said his house covered at a loss of
abloit ito cents t bushel.
Habitual Constipation Cu'red
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-tOS WITI PEPSIN" is a specially.
prepared SyrupTon ic-Laxative for Hibitual
Constipation. It relieves pro:nptly but
should be taken regularly for 1-1 to 21 days
to induce regular aetion. It Stimulates and
Regulates r Very P!easant to Take. 6O
0W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything for the 'ozno
'Tie Itrgest and beat equipped mon
uldental itilla in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - S. C.
Kill That Cold With
Colds, Coughs La Grippe
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first rneezd.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours - Relieves
Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head-Capara is best Tonic
Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
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against fires due to asparks droppor ,ing ,d n"o ffr.I -s
the roof from passing engines. .aso1
helps to pre-vent fires- spreading .'-om -nedfrfl no e - s c
b--,!dinrg to bnilding 1-y :ncana &f sparki odn Dvegs
and burning embers.
Whero- fires have started 'a othe r parts Itcssls,,bylesa ndes
of the building, Certain-teed Roofs tend roig
to smother them and thereby prevent
serious damnage to other propert- .
This type of protection is appreciated by Ifhca'filyuenreoe rm
all property owners and particularly by stchca9,twatyuanqikl
those who are outside of the zone of fo eryCrantaddsrbtn
Cuertain-.ed Cortin .t
is nra Sparke,-Poof
agaist iresdueto par~ drp~.r~. ~ id in th prov'sti~r'm *f fire. It a~lso
theroo frinpasingengne. : 2 ~ protects'from rz'.i. . nov. anti s guar
helpsto peven fire spradin ~ -:n~'teed for !ivz, an or .. te,~ yanrs, ac
andm burning ember.cording t, v/ight.
Wher fies hve tartd ~ othr prts It costs less "' buy, less to !ny~ and less
T bIg C-t fto maintain than any other type of good
to sothr thm ad threb preent rooning.
serius dmageto oher ropety.See a Certain-teed dealer about roofing.
Thistyp ofproecton i aprecate by If he can'- til1 your entire order from '
y er tstock, he can t hat you want quickly
hoefrom a nearby Certai-ted distributing
* adequate fire-fighting apparatus. cenlter.
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General Offices, St. Loui.
Offes and Wareshouse. in PiacipsZ ci enm a
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CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS FOR SALE BY
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