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To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salvo
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup,
The healing effect of Hayes' IHealinf Honey In
side tho throat combined with the heal lg effect of
Grove's O-Pen-Trate Solve through the pores of
tho skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies aro packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment is 35o.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
The Very Next Dose of this
Treacherous Drug may
You know what cnloIel ii,. It's m1ter
eulry qu icksilver. Calomel is dangerous,
It crashes into sour bile like dyanaite.
cram ping and sickelninig you. Cal oineI
attaci~s the hontes and should never be
put into your systent.
If you feel bilious, headacly, consti.
pated and all knocked out. itist go to
Y0n. druaggist and get at bottle of Doed
Sionii Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a ltaIless vegetable substitute for
(- angerouts calonel. 'i'ake a spoonful and
if it doesn't start. yUour liver and
st raighten yoit up better and quicker
than limsty calomvel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't. take calomel! It makes you
sick the next (11 it hoses yon a days,
work. Dodson's Liver Tone' straightens
you right tap and you feel great. No
salts necessary. Give it to the children
becaie it is perfectly harmless and can
W. S. M. S~ays:
"Making a dollar go
a long way is my favor
ite indoor soort. I
knov how you can do
it on batte.ries;. Buy
a Willard with Thread
ed 3Rubber Insulation.
This insulation lasts as
long as the plates. You
don't have to pay big
battery repair bills."
Wi!lard Servico Man
You start saving money
on batteries when you buy
a Willard Threaded Rub
W. Laurens St.
ThIs tiademsrt stamped In red
Threaded Rubber Batte.
STS 21 DAYS TO GET
Leavitti, Ifend of Salvaging Concern,
Stre of leclaiming.
N. Y. Times.
The steamer Blakely will leave Phil
adclphia tomorrow and arrive here on
Tuesday In order to take on part of
the equipment to be used In the at
tempt to cut through three decks of
the Lusitanla and raise to the sur
face $1,000,000 In gold from the strong
Iroom and the purer's safe said to con
tain $1,000,000 in gold and Jewelry.
11. F. Leavitt, president of the
ltheaitt--Iusitanla Salvage Company
and inventor of the diving stilts for
work under 275 feet of water, plans
to arrive at the point off Kinsale Head,
ri here the Lusitania lies, on or about
"If the weather is lpleasant," he
said, "we will eut tile treasure out of
her iIn three weeks. Storms or bad
weather may delay it, but twenty-one
days of good weather will see the
The stop in Now York harbor is to
take on board a thirty-ton boom, which
'ill be laid ol the water as a kind of
plat forn when the effort Is made to
hal to the surface the twenty-ton
safe in the purser's cabin.
The dilliculties in the way of sal
V'aging the treasures of theLusitania
have been investigated, and pro
noun tced to be inso umiountable -by many
engineers. The profit to the salvagers,
even t holigh tile project were success
filI, had been doubted because of t-he
ma n y claimniaits a-nd tle comn plex legal
pr osit ions involved in quieting titles.
'I'Te depth of 275 feet is an iiInsuperable
in the opinion of most marine
e n einies, because of the fact that,
while dhiv'r:- have ex lored at that
depth, none has been able to work so
I'!vers are ceased in a rigid siell
of metai anad hard rubber to ;'revent
thei from being crushed by tile
Piressu re at such gieat depths. Mi1r.
IAeavitt says that he has been able to
vercomie this 091 I y a diving
Suit of Ihi; ow-- .,vention which re
rist;s the pre..0 . of the water and en
ables tihe 1' , io work at great depths.
.\s for th < i iB of ow ners, heirs, the
hlip . 01' the insumrance comn
:o .:- tea. ure, if it is raised,
i I hat he wouldii taI.e
i 11i the Ilte.nationaI Sal
b ':' ih:i we w'ill get by far
the A I t ' the v h' m of th'
ta i. said. "Any salvage
('1ort w bl a'0 :..v it to I:. \Ve hav-.
'u'l <G E(. tbh ng comp i'e' ini
or the Aitish .\d
d ' ()' 1.o e ll eed !o. 1,,'
a . '0eotnpany ha: the ab
to pri'oceed on its own
I Ie 8 a~ 1: ' of a ve.ssel sunkil
') di a tink: I so fari from sorliii .
("''' ' i': W~l be taken care of
th'si let' the c oilrts."
gi: d fraomi the thieor'y that the terifiic
iri'r o the w;ater at the depth of'
Z7 fccjt (or ther'ieabouts 1o v.hich~ the
Luitaia :unk, must hiave cr'ushed
her tlke ani egg shell. .\ir. Leavltt,
u n the ',nntruy holds that the wateor,
1t a unk2, k;ei t. thle pressureC ou tward
o';j'al to th.' il'pressure inwnard, except
in :t few ai1rtigh t comnparitments.
"A bottle of a ir will 1)e smiashed
w. hen' It is Ioweed ten feet below the
surf'iace," lie saId. "A bottle of water'
may he lowered 10,000 feet 'without
bieing crushed. There is no0 doubt in
the, world buit that the Liusitania ex
ists today oxastly as it did when it
G reat wreckIng concrns lIke the
."l erritt-Chaipmnan Company have stu
died and then dIroppedl the LusItania
venture, believeing the -gods wvere
against any suecessful salvaging op
erations. Thue Idea of raisIng -the
ship itself was never considered feas
ible, andii It 1.s not 'heing attentpted 'by
Mir. Lecavitt and hIs expeditlon. The
pur pose Is soletly to make big holes in
the thriee decks which lie over the
sarfe and strongroonm, and then lIft
up1 the safe and tihe boxes of gold
through these holes.
T1he dleeks are to be op)ened by ui-~
tro-gylcrne. The great difficulty of
this, polnted out as the offices of the
Mlenritt-Chapman Company, was that
tehe general exwerlence in dynamit
'ng steel ships had been that the ox
lhosin rhIppedl and twisted the decks
and other- steel work, so 'that the re
sult, Instead of being at hole, iwas an
umnlyaniageailble mass of ragged steel.
"'We will not use dynamite, but ii
tro-glycorin", saId ?Mr. Leavit( "Dyna
mite wvill not exlode under the pres
sure imposed on it at the depth of
the Lusitanla, bult nitr'o-glyerIn will;
'It ,will 'not twist everythIing tip, but
will cut through the decks like a knife,
When holes have been' made throngli
ths three decks, tihe safe wil'bo. bjast
ed from Its fastenings eitdWill' tie
'be hoisted to .the uurftace with, the aid
of the .hposn,
Work on t'oah*ur hfti h thina
work possible at that aeptt. Tbe
suits weigh 350 pounds on land. At
that depth under water their effective
weigh would '1 75 spounds."
These stilts, which are metal fort.5
,with Joint limbs and heavy gl'ass
Port,holes for sight, are equipped
with tanks to supply oxygen and with
caustic soda to take tip the carbon
dioxide. In an ordinary suit the diver
would be smashed at that depth as 1
a building had fallen on him. If he
escaped crushing, he would probably
.be killed by the "bends," a disease in
duced by pressttre, as he was lifted to
As long as the special suit does not
leak, however, there is no danger of
bonds, because the pressure is nor
mal. On this account, the diver may
-be hoisted at once to the surface with
out danger. "Bends" is due to the
a:bsorption of nitrogen and the other
gasses by the blood lit order to in
crease the blood pressure and body
pressure as increased pressure is put
on it from the outside.
This does not harm while the pres
sure Is continued, but if suddenly re
leased by elevation to the surface,
the nitrogen dissolved in the blood es
capes as a gas, filling the bony with
bubbles and often causing death. It
would take many hours to raise a
diver safely from a 200-foot depth in
ani ordinary suit, evenf it lie iwere not
Mr. Leavitt said that his expedition
was -being undertaken at a total cost
of a-bout $160,000 as against the pros
pet of the lion's share of $5,000,000.
"Sone big linanticiers have sought
to interest themselves in it t during the
last few days, he asserted, "but it is
too late. I was offered $550,000 for
the propisition as it stood, but re
fu;ed. The investors who have put
up the money to back the cxpdition
are all middle-class people of moder
The ship Mlakeley was built for
the S.hipping Hoard in 1919. It is 290
feet long, with a twenty-four foot
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Sixty-iv.:ar ao in Abblevmille
" muty 11h4"v wa , -:Inl .( .\rs 3lr
W''t \'at;on, a .rl viomt she fondly
nam111(Ai largarit Willie. rhe birth
wa ambhist sadne'.css and he:artt-bt're : l
in f or the fi be of thlt , little ons' had
six uonthis befor, bween called home.
,ID'w intIo w a i wonder-ful wm
A de.ire for ith' wo'li-whille things
inl life c:"rly itin. . ise f and to
her gurinwho sugt5V.led that the
:ro;ery then available be inivested
he r':'tit d lher-i to fit!her equtip
and ea hedi. f and tat seit
woAld go to 'olle!ge. Anld go to ('0l
sit: s r11. Sh' gr a t e 1 vith dis
tintiton~t a few'a yeats later fr'onm the
\Vomtiani's ('elege of Dute \Ves't, and
t ao herge i: reaariaible teaching
eat ce'r. .\t the tme of her death she
had rounided ('ut foty. years in the
schotolrtoomi. Perhtaps a thousi~anid 01'
mtore yotting pieople htave comaie under.
her'i inllutentce and( itowi imany of these
have r'eceivedi inspiration fot' higher'
endeav~or w.ho can tell? As an educn
tot' she deserves high tribuite.
It was the wr'it'cr's privilege to
knowy her' itimately only in The cios
ing years of liet' life butt surtely these
muast have beeni the sweetest and best
of lier' year's. Though her' body wvas
not so sut'ong and active as It 'Once
w as her' almiost giant intellect never'
waited. An hou.r's conversation wilth
hter' was ant intellectual feast, stimut
intinag atnd reft'eshiing.
In thte refining fir'e of sorrowv her' dis
tposition had been swecetcnedl and putri
ied. Twice was she a widow. HeIr
tlfirst hustband, Saintte1 Bir'yson, died
while she was still a yountg woman,
tot' time irst keen distess had passed
she hid deep in her hear't her' gr'ief
and tmifortutno and hpresented to a
cold and1( unsympthletlc wot'ld a atmil
After a lapse of sonic thir'ty years
another' shadog' dat'kened her' life
when a secondi husband, James A.
'Fiowletr, wvas laid away, leaving her as
befor'e One daugihter. Again she took
up her burd'(en and~ patiently bore It
fotr the sake of 'the dead first and then
for the stake of thme liVhig.. For five
years longer sho .blestsed I aurens
county with her' r'a'e gifts in the
schoohroom, an'd communities; Then
on May 13
"~With such a tide as moving seems
'Too full lfor sound or foam,
Whben that which drew from out the~
Turns again home."
She hspd gone a~s ahe hiorelt ex.
pressed delatb,' "To tixalt :her mortal
to divine." Oh, friend, fragrant Is
de 'nemory qf 'your -friendshipl No
naitter how .ott :W came to you
& p@'goutsei ifk #dtbog
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TO BE A MAID HERE. "
The modern wc mei, the woman w
quiring more rest rnd comfort throug
drudgery of the pas; is forgotten in the
because the home r..erchant gave cersit
MORAL:---Home-buying is the bas
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ruro Drugs, Toilet Articles,
Stationery The Mai
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S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
House Furnishers Dry Goods, S]
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A CLLPhone 200 Service and Parts
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