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says Mrs. Sylvania Wood writing of he? experience ! tonic. She says further: Cardui, my back and he thought the pain would k to do any of my housework of Cai JuL ! began lo feel 1 gained 35 pounds, and no as well as run a big wat 1 wish ev*wy The Worn; a trial I still use Cardui and it always does me g< Headache, backache, tired, worn-out feelings, etc ly trouble. Signs that you tonic. You cannot make for your trouble. It has b women for more than fifty Get a B* tl o$< >$< >$< >$> >$. .$< AT A BIG SACRIFICE VTc t*?v ?ne plano In a horan near Anden on. To WT? roil of.ruturnliiir wo offer tremendous o I-count anti moat Hlx-ral t?m>a in lint who npplics. Hllulitlj usrd nut In perfect condition; trood as mw. Ble sartas; uni splendid quality. Address ' J. ?. STEMir. I? 1007. ATLAST*, M. Wear j ; .Fro La Say I '*??ront Jgeed^ Corsets Fitted perfectly by our corset 1?re $3.50 to $12.50 Hrs. B. Graves Boyd Their Home b neat 'Tis quite complete, So comfortable, It can't be beat? And every night It's gay and bright For in this home There's 'Lect?c light Within the next few weeks school opens again, and the little oner resume their studies, which in uiost cases means night work. This necessitates the ose of the eyes by artificial light, and as thc MAZDA Electric Hight is the brightest and nearest approach to and far moro economi. any other light on tibe merket, it's THE light to ase. Southern Public Utilities Cokopany. Phone 223. Have recently met?lico* one o? tho latest Bowser Improved Gas oline supply stations for furnish mg fuel to Avdomob?e* tar? foi private fWaflies. Gasoline !?< the gallon. Wm. Menefield, N Main. St. fs Helps s, of Clifton Mills, Ky.,' In with Cardui, the woman's 'Tefore 1 began to use ad would hurt so bad, I ill me. I was hardly able :. Aiter taking three bottles ike a new woman. I soon w, I do all my housework, er mill. I woman would give roui au's Tonic when 1 feel a little bad, >od." side ache, nervousness, are sure signs of woman need Cardui, the woman's a mistake in trying Cardui teen helping weak, ailing . years. tie today! ,M 3?PER - Hf UR IT CO, _:_.__.: ./ 'J ASK T. B. TO JOIN ALLIES Milwaukee German? Raise $2S0 to Puy Colen*.l's Way to France. (Wliwaukeo Dispatch.) Charles Meahel, representing s number of Milwaukee Germans, has addressed a letter to Theodore Roose velt asking him to join the allies' army aft their expense and fight Against the kaiser and his soldiers. Urie says these -men havo subscribed $250 with which to defray Colonel Roosevelt's expenses to enable him to join tho Canadians who arc soon to fctart for Franco. Mecho) advises the ex-president that if he chooses to ac cept tho offer it will give him "the timo of his lifo." "I can't command the colonel to KO." said Mr. Meckel. "It ls his own business if he accepts." Many Complaint Heard. This summer seme to have pro>.jced an unusual amount of sickness. Many complain of headaches, lame harks rheumatism, biliousness and of belnr; "alw?yB tired." Aches, pains and ills caused by the kldnevs failing to do their work and throw the poisonous waste from the system yield quickly to Poley Kidney PJIls. They help elim Ihtlon, give sound sleep and make you feol wi>ll and strong. They are tonic lu action. Sold everywhere. Palling It Oat. He had been , on a hunting ex pedition for several day?. In the back woods, roughing it rather severely, and, on taking a seat in a railway carriage, returning homeward he looked ail 'begrimed and weather beaten n trapper as ever brought his skins into * settlement, sayB Tho Clevelzn? Pla?i Deader. ' ile happened to find a seat next to a young lady-evidently belonging to Boston-who, after'takltg stock of him for a fow minutes remarked: "Don't you find an utterly passion!ul sympathy with nature'e most incar ! nate usperatlons among the sky topping mountains and the dim aisles of ".ho horhion-touchlng forests, my goo-', man?" "Oh, yes," replied tho apparent backwoodsman,' "and I am also .fre quently drawn Into an exultation of rapt soulfulness and beautific 'incan descent infinity of abstract conUgualty when my horse stumbles." "Indeed!" said the young' lady, much surprised. "I had no idea tiab tlie lower class' feel ??ko that." Sage Tea Darken? Hafe ^ftt? A?y Sfia4e J^fft :a^%ray! Here's an OW-Tiroe Recipe That Any body [Can Aogjty. The use pf Sage and -Sulphur for re storing faded, gray hair to its natoi color dales back to grandmc " time. Sfco, used it to keep her hi beautifully1 dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever hoi- hair fali out or took on that dull, faded ir streaked appear ance. liT'S ?impie mixture was ap plied wfth wonderful effect. Rut brewing at home^in mossy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by nuking at any drug store for a 50 cent bettie of "Wyeth's gage and Sulphur Com pound," yon will get this famous old recipe which CK?! be defended upon to restore natural .color, and beauly to tlie hal? nnd J? splendid for dandruff dry. feverish, iichy scalp and felling hair. A well-known downtown druggist says lt darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can toil it h?* been applied. You ?imply dampen a ?pongo or soft brush wi tu it and draw thia through your hair, taking ooo htrand at a time. By morning th* *~?*S.Y hair disappears, and afS<?r another ap plication or two, ft becomes beautiful ly dark, glossy, soft and abundant London, Aug. 2?.-(Associated Press Correspondence.)-Already it is time for the schools of Great Bri tain to begin the work ot roconstruc Uon which must necessarily occupy the whole attention of the European world for a generation after the close of the war, writes Lord Haldane in an appeal to the school teachers of the country, published in the cur rent issue of the Teachers World. He writes: "1 appeal to teachers to consider deeply the problems of tho present and the future, seeking to know how beBt they may help their country In tho period of stress which will fol low the declaration of peace. "Thc proper training of the body Is no less important than the equipment of mental power.) "I am impressed by the small ex tent to which people realizo the im portance of '^iucatdon as a factor II the nation's welfare. This attitude ls not confined to any one class, and prevails among members of the House of Lords in common with every ot'.ier Beetloo of the community. Tho re medy is to remove education from thc realms of tho abstract, and to regard It as a complex of problems, difficult, it may be. in themselves, but still capable of being solved. "The war will impose severe re straints on expenditure, but even within the limits of necessary frugali ty we can do much to establish a sys tem, >f national education which will have beneficial results on the citi zens of thc future. Based on sound principle? suoli a system will be capa ble of expansion and development as Increased fonds become available. Teachers can prepare tho way bv training their pupils in a right regard for knowledge, and by helping to set before the public a well-ordered and soundly-based plan of education, sim* pie in its outlines and arresting in lt? appeal.- They may, in short, enlist forthwith in tho army of tho future ?the natlona Koree wust bo mobilized in readiness for the day when victors shall have been won In the fields oi warfare." . t/* ('learner a Boon to Farmers. (From Tho Becvillc, Texas, Bee.) J. S. Hall & Bros. have this weeli installed a cleaner in the upper gin located in Becville, which bids fall to save Bee counfty cotton growert thousands of dollars this season. Il is a boon to the farmer, whose cot ton has been knocked out and it dirty. Local cotton experts have estimat ed, conservatively, that the cleaner.h capable of saving $7.50 a balo on cot ton that has been blown from th? bolls In the fields and beaten Into \L< ground by the rain. This estimate wai based. on a bale ginned and, whlcl went through tho cleaner, Tuesday The ?tapie was gathered from th? ground ofter lt had boen blown ffon tho bolls and after rain had partlall] covered it with dirt 'A specimen bj the cotton was taken before lt wen through thu cleaner and the sample was examined after the cotton hac been baled. It was conservative!) estimated that the cleaner had sav?? the grower at least $7.50 on tho bale Taning into consideration the fad that here ure a number of th? farmers In the county who would noi have troubled themselves picking th*, staple from tho ground - had titi: cleaner not been Installed, lia addi tion to the; local gin ls not short ol aboon to Bee county cotton growers Tho cleaner was instcBe-I ?Sunda} and necessitated an .expenditure bl $360. Messrs. Hall announce thal they villi, as soon as possible, have i cleaner Installed-in all their plants. Got Satisfaction. A motorist was stopped by a police man for speeding, whereupon ho be carno angry and called tho policeman an ass. After he had paid his fine, tin judge reproved him for what ho hat said to the officer. ? "Thea I mustn'tvcall a policeman at asi?" rio said. "Certainly not," said the judge "You must not insult bto police." "But you wouldn't mind if I caller an .ass a policeman would you?" '-'Why no, If lt gives you any Batlc faction," answered his honor with i smile. . The motorist turned to the man wh< had arrested him. "Good day, police man," he said, and immediately lef the courtroom.*-:Boston Transcript, Biliousness and Constipation. It ls certainly surprising that an: woman will endure the miserable feel lags caused by biliousness and con stlpation, When relief is so easily hat and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas Pock, Gates, N. Y., writes: "Abou a year ago I used two bottles o Chamberlain's Tablets an?, they corot me of biliousness and constipation.' For sale by all deaers. What's Ia a Name? The justice of tho peace waa jost o? the point of marrying the couple re lates The Pennsylvanie State Froth. "Oh. before I begin.* he said. " must find out your names.'' "Marrtus," said the bridegroom. "S^.*e," said the T. P., "as soon ax an<t out your name*." "MarrhiB," said tho g^oom. ," repasted the J. P.', "bat must know your full name." ' "Wilt U. af af rlus," said th? grcom. "rfo," said the J>. p. "I'll be switch cd if I will." - Eyldeatly. "?ld yon say these peas 'were mil? your own garden7" asked the sam mer boarder. "Yes, nlree," replied the farmer jacked "em myse?f esr?y this morn "Is lt necessary to shoot thew whei you pick them?" Inquired the boarder removing a place of solder from be tween hie teellru--E^trhacge, i >m Steel Helmets for Thia ls the newest helmet for the French soldiers of the French army. Their steed helmets protect them against showers of shrapnel from Ger man batteries miles off. They have MARYLAND POLITICS Primary Ballot Breaks AU Records for Sise. (Baltimore Dispatch to Tho Philadel phia Record.) Voters v/ho go Into tho Maryland primaries this Full wBI have ample room for choice, for tho primary tick et will bc tho longest ever laid before, the State electorate. Today was tho last day on which candidates for nomination could filo their papers. The office was kept open until mid night so every one who had a hanker ing for a political light could get Into the game. The candidates on thc general State' ticket arc: Governor-Republican O. E. Weller Baltimore "ounty. and Wil liam T. Warburton, Cecil county. 'Democratic, Emerson C. Hartington, Dorchester county, and Blair Leo, Montgomery county. Attorney General-Republican, Al bert A. Doub, Allegany county. Demo cratic, William Milnes Maloy and Al bert C. Richie, both of Baltimore. Comptroller-Republican, Robort F. Duer, Somerset county, and Charles F. Macklin' Howard county.. Demo cratic, William B. Cooper Kent coun ty and Hugh A. McMuIlen. APeyany county. newspaper Man Recommends lt. R. R. Wentworth of tho St. James, (MO.) News, writes: "Two months ago I took a severe cold which settled in my lungs and I had such pains in my lungs" 1 feared pneumonia. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and lt straightened mo up immediately. I can recommend ii tn bo a genuine j cough and lun? medicine." Many moth Sri write this reliable medicine cured Cislr children of croup. Hay fever and asthma sufferers say lt gives quick relief. Sold everyw^.^re. STEAMSHIPS USE OIL AS FUEL Thought Best Method of Solving Smoke Problem. New York Herald. Following the determined and elll clent efforts of tho health depart ment to eliminate thc "moko nuisant J In the city streets and in tho waters about New. York city, tho attention of manufacturers and vessel owaeks bas been focussed very generally upon thc use of oil as fol. This develop ment ls declared by health officials to bo the surest means of tho. complete eradication of tho difficulties and men ace to health attending smoke filled air, and the Indications seem to be that tho use of .oil for fuel purposes 1 will soon bo very general In and about th? city. Salt? If Backachy Andi Kidneys Hurt j Stop Eating Meat for a While! if Your Bladder ts Troubling You. When v-iu wake up wi tb backache and dull misery in tho kidney region] lt generally means you have been eat- ? lng too much meat, says a well-known authority. Ment forms -urie acid wbleftl overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and they1 become sort of paralyzed and loggy.! When your kidJ^ys get sluggish and clog you must reliev? them, L*e you relievo your bowels; removing all the] body's urlnous waste, else you hara! backache, sick headache, dizzy snells; your stomach sours, tongue 'ts coated, j and when the weather ls bad you i have rheumatic twinges. The urine 131 Cloudy, full of sediment, channels of-, ten get sore, water ccalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or) three rimes during the night. - Either consult i good, reliable Ithyslclan at pace or got from suy pharmacist about four ounces or Jad Salts; fake a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts ls made from tho acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with Kinta, and has been j used? for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the urine so tl po longer irritates, thu? ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts ls a Bte saver for regular meat eaters, lt ls Inexpensive, can* [not injure aad isak** a delightful leifervoactnt tlthlc-water drink. saved thousands of men from death Dr injury from BhellB that burst over head . Thc McCormick vertical lift mower has all the good features of the lar McCormick mowers, and, in addition, it is so made that the cutter bar be raised to a vertical position and lowered without stopping tho tsam. uakes tho McCormick vertical lift mower ono that ls meeting great de for cutting on rough and stumoy around, lt fcc mitts tho driver to cut to the tree, stump, or rock, and save all tho hay without loss of time or lue veniencc. Thc cutter bar also can bc raised high enough ta pass over st and stumps by means of a very convenient foot SULLIVAN HARDWARE O Represent the utmost service safety, mileage and pleasui obtainable from an Auto-Vi cation trip. TODD AUTO SHOP Opposite The Palmetto N Main. A THAT THAT-THia STATE SOUVENIR SPOON* ? STAMPEDiONEIDA^CONfMUNITYjfAl X'?l8 MADE^BY|USi^THAT THE* BASSES J t8%J^CKBt^?L^?^^D',TH AT; IT? 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State Souvenir spoons would sell at RETAIL at anywhere from nrrV to SEVENTY-FIVE cents; but on account the ADVERTISING the manufac turers get out of the advertising and promotion of these Spoons by the different Newspapers throughout the country, they are sold at FIFTEEN cerXs each, which covers the ACTUAL COST and the cost of handling them without any profit to the newspaper. Regular 50c Souvenir Spoons for 15c Each Oneida Community Ltd, State Souvenir Spoon is wrapped in the PRINTED GUARAN TEE signed by the Manufacturers, quoted above, which leaves nothing to be understood or graced at The Guarantees state fully and explicitly just what it docs%uarantes. If you have not already started a set, begin today. Clip a coupon from The Intelligencer. You can redeem it at The Intelligencer Office, Souvenir Spoon Cult This coupon, when pre Mpfcd with 16c (or by moll 2oc), good for.one State Sou venir Kpoon. If ordering by moll, address Spoon Depart ment, The Intelligencer* An derson, 8. 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