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USE SLOAN'S TO
WMRD OFF PAIN
LITTLE aches grow into bg pns
unless warded off by a applica.
tion of Sloan's. Rh.outuatiqm.
neuralgia, stiff joints, tame back *on'
fight long against Sloan's Liiltitiept.
For more 'than forty years $loan'e
Liniment has helped thouoxnda, the
world over. You won't be an excep.
tion. It certainly does prodgco results.
It penfrates without. rub5ig. Keep
this old family friend always handy
for instant use. Ask your neighbor.
At all druggists-35ci 70co $1.40.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
e t eure n Ind orrPAZOONrM T
toro Icnlnhmjlnd Bletgor Protruding Piles.
Insgantllee hchlng ries and youcago
t een afters the fi tt Dlappie n "Price G0
THIN, FLAT HAIR
1 GROWS LONG, THICK
"Danderine" e o a t s
only 35 cents a bottle.
One application ends all
-dandruif, stops itching
and falling hair, and,
in a few moments,
you have doubled the
beauty of your hair.
It Will appear a mass, so
soft, lustrous, and easy .
to do up. But what aill
please you most will be
after a few weeks use,
when you see new hair
fine and downy at first-:
yea-but really new hair
growing all over the
scalp. "Danderine" is to the hair what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine are
to vegetation. It goes right to the roots,
invigoratos and strengthens them. This
delightful, stimulating tonic helps thin,
lifeless, faded hair to grow long, thick;
heavy and luxuriant,
You Can't Trust
Calomel at All
It if Mercury, Quicksilver, Sall
vates, causes Rheumatism
and Bone Decay
The next dose of calomel you take
may sallyate you,. - It, may shock your
liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel is
dangerous. It is mercury, quicksilver.
It crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
cramping and sickening you. Calomel
attacks the bones and should never be
put into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up better and quicker
than nasty oalomel and without makiuig
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomel I It can iot be
trusted any more than a leopard or a
wild-cat. Talee Dodson's Liv r Tone
which straightens you right ~'p and
snakes you feel fine. No salts necessary.
Give it to the children because it ls
perfectly harmless and can not malivate.
For Conistipated Bos
nIgest eathartic-laxatlve to
7Wou bowel. when you have
-od . ndigestion
Disinees Sour Stomach
is candy-likce. Cascarets. One or two
I'lever sky "AsgIrin". withot
-WARNING! Unless you se
you are not gtting genu
- ptyslcians.oyet 24years-ang
Accept only "Bayer" package w
anytin boxes of 12 tablets-Boi
- Avda athetrade usark of aper Uasants
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* HIOKOR YTATERW NWu *
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Hickory Tavern, Jan. 30.-The E, A.
Cooper Literary- Ooefety. of Miekory
Tavern 1s 'Progressing nicely. I
There haa 'been great improvement
since last year, when first organized.
The 8ocioty 'meeti twice a month and
gives int'etsting and fuspiringr4
grams. The' memb'ers are enthsrastic
and loyal. The new offmcers for the
spring term of schooil were efected'
last week as follols: 'Pre'ideiit, Mlls
Marjorie Weathers; Vice President,
Brady - Roper; Secretary, Kenneth
Sumerel. The following program was
very successfully rendered at the last
"Story of our nurses-and what we
should know to keep rwel."
Reading of Minutes.
The Red Cross SYIf' --Melle Aber
Life of Florence Nightingale.--Jrold
'by Eunice Weathers.
What 'I Stand For.-Sara Hlollais.
Life of Edith Cavett.-<Nellie 'Wasson.
Song-Aly Jesus, I Love Thee.
R. A. Cooper's Endorsement of Health
Life of Clara Barton--Read by Gertie
Song-"Th1 Rose in No M3an's Land.'
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* RIIDLES OLD FIELD NEWS
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'Riddles OldField, Jan. 30.-We are
glad to see the .beautiful sunshine
again after a week of severe weather.
Snow fell here that measured from 2 -
to 3 Inches,
Those who have been on the sick j
list for sometime aire improving, we j
are glad to state.
Mr. John 'Burns is now on the road
to recovery. We hope he will soon
feel himself again.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin and lit
tle daughter, Vara, -were the guests
'Sunday of Mr. and AMrs. S. D. Martin.
'Mr. S. D. [Martin 'has been on the
sick list for sometime.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,. Todd and ]
Blanche Todd, visited M'. and Mrs.
F. E. Bobo Sunday.
Mr. Marvin 'Rhodes had some teeth
extracted recently and has been suf
fering considerable pain from a swol
Mr.~ and Mrs. Raymond Coodper were
recent, guests of iMrs. Cooper's par
ents, Mr. and MIrs. A. W. Rhodes.
Miss Nell Riddle visited her friend, I
M'iss Nellie Howard (Wednesday ight. 1
Miss Edna Riddle was the attractve.
visitor of Miss Jessie 'Riddle Wednes
Mrs. T. 1W. 'Cannady Is on a visit to
her children, Mrs. Bob Lanford and
'Mr. Henry Clannady, in Woodruff.
Mr. W. *D. Garrett iwas the recent
visitor of S. M. Garrett.
School was omitted 'Friday on ae'
count of the snow.
COlds Cause Grip and Inlfinem
LAXATIVE BROUG QUIlNqblE's semoe, the
c.use. Th.,. i. onp e. --&em.. ~sa.
Y,. W. GROVE'S signatureen bas. 30a.
vels- Bilious Liver i
tonight will emprty yu -bowe o I
pletely monlgn you. will feel
:r I. "They work while you
a . Caleret never stir JIyo gp
orge ik Salts, Pills, Calsme, '
Ior i and they cost only ten ets
a bCE Children love Cacaretsito.,
t saying "Bayer."
e name "Bayer" on tablets,
Ins Aspirin prescribed by
proved safd by mitons for
gia. ' *Neurltis
tgo Pain, Pain
hich contains proer directions.
ties of 24 and 100--All dru gsta,.
turoeo et onooeetiesdster ot Bat qlieeld
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JONES NEWS *
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Jones,. Jvn. 28.-Though somewhat
late: we wish to add our tribute of re4
spect to the 'memory of our warni
friend, Mr.. Robert Shith. who recenti
l passed away. We never knew A
better citien. In all the relations of
life he was as true as steel. He was
a high toned, honorable Christian gen
tleman and we sympathize tenderly
with. the. -bereaved family.
The friends of Mr. John Medlock
will be pleased to learn that he 'is
convalescing from a recent attack of
Mr. Janies Cochran, of Clemson, Is
at home recuperating from an attack
Mrs. John Sims, of 'Waterloo, is vis
iting, her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Jones,
*We are In the midst of an exceed
ingly cold. wave with sleet and snow.
The untimely death of Dr. J. S. Mof
fatt,. of Columbia, formerly president
of -Erskine College at Due West, was
a great shock to his friends. 4i1s
death is a great loss to the state. Ev
ery movement for the promotion of
all that. was good, pure and noble, re
ceived his warm and hearty support.
Let us revere his memory and emulate
his virtues. He was our warm friend
and the bereaved family have our ten
We extend a cordial welcome to Mr.
Willie Norrell and family who have
Mrs. 'Lolla J. Jenkins is teaching In
'he Sharon high school, in York
Mrs. -W. 'H. 'Hough passed .away yes
.erday and was laid to rest at Turkey
,reek cemetery. She was the daugh
ter of the late Wm. 'B. Gaines, who
was one of the best men we over
knew. Mrs. Hughes spent her long
ind. useful life near where she was
born and reared. She left her hus
)and, three sons, four daughters, and
i great many grandchildren, to mourn
ier departure. She was a most ex
,.lient woman and was held in the
lighest esteem by all of her acquaint
mnees, iWle tenderly sympathize with
:he bereaved family.
Bailey School Honor hell
Second Grade--Carrie Richards.
Third Grade--Evelyn Ramage, Char
ie Richards, Lou Ella -Fuller, Willie
Fifth Grade-Ada Benjamin.
Sixth Grade-Mary Templeton.
Seventh Grade--Mary Benjamin.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank each of our ueigh
)ars, friends and relatives for their
nnumerable acts of kindness during
he illness and death of our dear hus
)and and father. -May God richly
less each of you is the prayer of
Mrs. B. F. Simpson and Children.
1U DIVIDEND TO
Qusey-Mitchell Sare Owners Get $16
for Each Dollar Invested.
El Dorado, 'Dec. 21.--Stockholders
if the <Blusey-Mitchell Oil Company,
he .pioneer company in the EI Dorado
listrict, and iwbich 'brought in the dis
overy oil well on January 10, are re
meiving their share of the biggest dlvi
lend ever .paid .by an Ar'kansas oil
ompany. The entire dividend amounts
.n more than '$197,000, the original
tockholders realizing $1,614.15 for
ach $100 invested, or better than 16
>Dr. Samuel T, Busey, president of
he company, receiveel the largest
hedk. It was for $'/6,000. Ike Fl1el
tenthal, .treasurer of 'the 'company,
~ame seond, receiving in excess of
50,0003 Wong Wing, Ohinese Jaun
iryman, received more than $4,000,
he hayving Invested $250 in the .pioneer .
>roject. |L. H. li~oon, plumber, who
avqsted $100, received 41,614.15.
With the payment of this divIdend,
he 'Busey-'Mitchell Company surrend
r's its charter to the state, and. the
ompany which less -than a year ago
tar'tled the oil world by the comple
ion of the famous Busey-Armstrong
io. 1, steps down from the game in
This klividend was realized by the
ale of the BuseylMitehell overriding
royalty to the Southern Oil ~Lands
omipanly several weeks ago, and oth
wr sales of oil which the company has
Gustin Boone, a former resident of
;his city hon of Jim 'Boone, a well
cnown butcher, has notified 'his father
)f good fortune that came to him this
week as a result of an investment in
rcrepage in the El Dorado field. Young
Soone ,left here several years ago (o
w'orkc In El D~orado. At that time,
however, no Qae was drilling, but when
>i1 .was found in Union county, Boon
eupd'a twelnty-acre lease and await
'It Is said that a company gave him
p100.00 an acre for 10 acres and
guaranteed him $10,000.00 more in the
wvent4t got oil. The trade was made
md. the company drilled its first well,
getting,a 4,500 barrel gusher.
"Ded,' telephoned young (Boone to
rii fother, "you better close up that
)lther shop, hang the clever on the
yaell and come to .E7 Dorado for a good
ong" rest." ~
His father however has sold his bus
ness to Paul Gibson, although the
ilder Doono is giving it his attention
or Gibson. 'However the 1i0 Dorado
~all is al1pealing to the ftho and he
a considering agepting the so's In
Bob.Ny-TIum, antiseptio ad pain
dierw fer Infectid sores, letter,
arta. nauralets. rheaattan
Hung a shirtt on the end of a pole at the
highest poin# of his island, and attracted
no attentioni he was persistent, and' tried
again and again, till a passing ship stop
ped at his port, bringing good luck. Now,
if we are in hard luck and want the Ship
of Success to)stop at our pox k here are a
few good anchors to pitch to the Captain
of the vessel: Persistence,, Enthusiasm,
Energy, Industry, Truth, Integrity and Econ.
Collins' Department Store is expert in supplying
ideas of economy, We have expert captains, supplied
with anchors built of material called Spot Cash, which
is also useful in bringing to harbor commercial ships
in distress. Quotations on cargo, landed from last
Ladies' all-wool Hose . . . 50
Ladies' Hose . . .C
Infants' hustlir hrand A in S...M, -1
ors, per pair . . .. 8 . &
Apron Ginghams, fast colors, per yard . 8c
'Mattress Ticking . . . 7c
Umbrellas, each . . 98c
Ladies' Hats , sold high as $3.00) . . 25c
Children's Hats - - . . 25c
Bedroom Slippers, per pair .. . . 75c
Ladies' Outing Gowns . .. . . 95c
Electric Irons, with all attachments . $3.98
Armour's Toilet Soap - -- - . 4c
Camel Cigaretts . .. . . 15c
Brown-mule Tobacco . . .22 c
Apple sun-cured Tobacco 2. .2
Yellow jacket and Schnapps Tobacco 22 2c
Boys' Pants, per pair . .. . 85c
Boys' Overalls, per pair . 48c
Men's heavy Overalls, per pair . 98c
Men's Sunday Shirts, with double cuffs 75c
One 1et.Shoes, per pair .. 49c
All-woo1 Serge, 36 inch wide, per yard . 75c
Ladie' Shoes, .per pair - . . $1.98
Ladies' high-top Dress hSoes $2.25 Pencils ----------------ic
Warrow Sheeting, per yard 4 1-2c Ladies' ribb Vests and Pants 39c
Best qzal. 40-inch Sea Island 10c Men's Rats, each---------98c
Window Shades, per pair.----55e Wool Broadcloth, 56 inch wide 85c
Men's fleece-lined Shirts and Ladies' V Waists---------49c
Drawers.............49c. Silk .............. c79c
Octagon Soap ------------.4 StrongerthantheLaw Shoe $3.95
School -4 - -ndicott-Johnson USA Shoe $2.95
Mr. Puck said: "Oh, what fools ye mortals be Notwithstanding the fact
that the Russians have been led to rin, the meanest of them still line up with.
Lenine, and as long as they trot with Trotzky and line up 6 with Lenine they
can murder, steal, burn and rob and get a pardon, or rather a reward for their',
deviltry. How are we going to help them? Can't tell, but I can tell you how
you can save on your everyn purchase at
COLLINS' DEPARTMENT STORE
JOHN D. COLLINS
W. G. WILSON'S OLD STAND