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JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL, SYLVA, N. C.
Calomel Loses You a Day's Work! Take DodsonJiveTone Instead Bead my guarantee ! If bilious, constipated or head achy you need not take nasty, sickening, danger- - geu straightened up. x f i Kvery druggist in town vour dm? tist nid everybody's druggist has no t ,t (l : great falling oft in the sale of calomel. They all give the same rea .( .'. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking jv place. "Calomel is dangerous and people Ivii nv It. while Dodson's Liver Tone is jrf(tly safe and gives better re '!ii." said a prominent local druggist. I.is. n Liver Tone is personally jrur.ranteed by every druggist who wim It. A large bottle doesn't cost tory much, but if it fails to give easy relief in every case of liver sluggish ness and constipation, you have only Choice of Girls. ' First Cuest Won't you join me in rr.nesting young Squalls to recite? . uiid Guest But I don't like reci- ;.ti.ns. i'irst Guest Neither do I. But if t- young beggar doesn't recite he'll s,n .'.Stray Stories. to ask for your monev hart Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine ; no biliousness, sick head ache, acid stomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause in convenience all the next day like vio lent calomel. Take a dose of calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose a day's work! Take Dodson's Liver Tone Instead and feel fine, full of vigor and ambition. Adv. State Leads in Blind. Irnsylvania has m&e blind people iHDotig its residents ihan any other hut the percentage is greater in Nt' Mexico. To Iiirlfy and EnrUh the Blood Tike GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC hkh is simply IRON and QUININE bus j . nded In Syrup. So Pleasant Even Children l.ikt It. You can soon feel its Strengthening-, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c. Ever notice what a nut any fellow loonies the minute he gets a fishing 1'clo in liis hand? He who shirks the duty he dislikes will be shunned by the success he de sires. EVERYTHING FAILED Then Mrs. Bozarth Used Doan's for Kidney Trouble. Says Worth Weight in Gold. "Doan's Kidney Pills are worth their weight in gold for thev cured me after all other medicine had failed," says Mrs. B. Bozarth, 87 WateE St., Mt. Holly, N. J. "For over three years 1 was in misery.. a he pain in my back grew worse until I had to go to bed. I did nothing but toss about. The stinging pains shot through my body and my head ached and throbbed. My eyes felt as though they would bulge out of my head. The blinding dizzy spells made me think I was LTerytning would turn dark. "The kidney secretions burned, were the color of coffee and passed every few- minutes in very small amounts. I felt all a-flutter with nervousness. I scarcely ate anything and I lost twenty four pounds. T felt short of breath and my heart would palpitate. Sometimes I would shake all over and become numb. "Doan's Kidney Pills soon gave me relief. I couldn't believe this little 60c box had helped me after the doctors' espeneive treatments had brought no results. Three boxes of Doan's cured me." Sicorn to before me, if. J. B. SLACK. Xotary Public. Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a 3ox DOAN'S FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. Mrs. Bozarth Yielding to Superstition. Wife (to husband) -There were two hats that I liked one for $13 and the other for $18. Husband Which one did you finally decide upon? Wife The $18 one. I'm a little su perstitious about the number 13. Stray stories. "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be genuine must be marked with the safety "Bayer Cross." Always buy an unbroken Bayer package which con tains proper directions to safely re lieve Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents at drug stores larger packages also. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetic ncidester of Salicylicacid. Adv. Train Nurses in Haiti. The first training school for nurses in Haiti has been established and opened under the direction and con trol of the United States public health service. FARMERS ARE WORKING HARDER And using their feet more than ever before. For all these workers the frequent use of Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic, healing powder to be shaken into the shoes and sprinkled in the foot-bath, increases their efficiency and insures needed physical com fort. It takes the Friction from the Shoe, freshens the feet, and prevents tired, ach ing and blistered feet. Women everywhere are constant users of Allen's FootEase. Don't get foot sore, get Allen's FootEase. Sold by dealers everywhere. Adv. As Good and Better. "I want a piece of meat without any bone, fat or gristle." "Ye'd better buy an egg, mum." i .'v 1 MAI,K '0') A YEAR WITH 24 1M.NS. More eg? producer. Stamp for re !' A. (i. Samuels, M. E., Cocoa, Fla. ; Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin ! When red, rough and itching with hot I baths of Cuticura Soap and touches of Cuticura Ointment. Also make usa. now and then of that exquisitely scent ed dusting powder, Cuticura Talcum, one of the indispensable Cuticura Toilet Trio. Adv. Miii- .unity AjrenlN Dragon Spark Intensi T'r S.,.urf. your territory NOW. Sample $1. 1L'"n 'Mftf. Co.. Hox 87, Little Rock, Ark. W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 29-1919. Call not that man wretched who, whatever ills he suffers, has a child to love. Southey. This summer don't spend hours over a hot stove! Serve Libby' s delicate Corned Beef chilled - it will give you an entirely new idea of how easily an appetizing summer meal can be prepared. Get a package from your grocer today. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago r PREPARE FOR A LASSSZER SALARV In times of Teace prepare for a better Job at a larger salary. Modern business demands trained men and women experts. The better the training the larger jour salary Kill be. Today our graduates are In tae front ranks of modem ' business. Enroll with tbia well- - emiirmed business r.olleso. and helD to f . 7 . . S7J 5"ir futura rnicnrM uptnir Hanrisorna eata- -L4??jfidVrSA7?jCi. iyitfSj? I . Kr i ,'lla"f-'d on request. You can enter any time. S S' g I . iiuol opea all summer. Raleigh, N. C. and Charlotte, N. C. MANAGER GRIFFITH DECLARES WALTER JOHNSON AS GOOD AS HE EVER WAS . i Washington Twirler Who Is Good for Several Year "Walter Johnson has four or five more years before him," declares Mana ger Clark Griffith of the Nationals. "Johnson is as good as ever he was," Gjjff continued. "He is" just past his thirty-second birthday and when seen at work he really looks like a youngster." Asked whether Johnson was suffering with a sore arm this season the manager replied : "I have never known Walter to have a sore arm. There' was mi uuout ins arm oeing sore at tne opening of the season, but it was not so He was suffering from a bad cold, which caused general indisposition." GRIFFITH SWEET ON FOSTER Manager of Nationals Thinks His Third Sacker Is One of Great est Place Hitters. Clark Griffith always an extrava gant talker, and at the same time a renowned baseball sage is ready to boost Foster. Here is a sample : "I have had on my teams the three greatest place hitters in the history of baseball, and I want to tell you that of the three, Eddie Foster is the best. I AM GLAD TO ENDORSE PERUNA Glad to Try Anything "Three years ago my system was in a terribly- run down con dition and I was broken out all over my body. I began to be wor ried about my condition and I was glad to try anything which would relieve me. Peruna was recommended to me as a fine blood remedy and tonic, and I soon found that it was worthy of praise. A few bottles changed my condition materially and in a short time I was all over my trouble. I owe my restoration to health and strength to Peruna I am glad to endorse it. Sold Everywhere Was in a Terribly Run Down Condition mm Mlas Rlcka Leopold, 288 Layco St., Menasha, Wls Setfy Liederkranz. Miss Leopold's letter opposite conveys in no un certain way the gratitude she feels for Peruna. Liquid and Tablet Form Don't cry .over spilt milk. cat. Call the VVllV not CnlT Tnm Atnm-m. anna..a - j u.oab.T y)JUl AkUO tnis Spring: with a gentle and persuasive tOniC la.Xativ? WrifVlt'o Tnllun VAa.0Kl. Pills are unrivaled. adv. Humility is a virtue all preach, none practice ; and yet everybody is content to hear. John Selden. PROTECT VOIR MONEY without liaviuc U work for the bank ba for joursrlf. Writ us about established enterprise paying at the rate of 241 annually 6 quarterly, with big possibilities of increase in market value. Fourteenth dividend check being: mailed. FULL INFORMATION FP.EE. Act immediately and get your dividend every quarter. Address R. GYLLING & CO. (estab lished 1911). 164 Federal St.. Boston. Mass. Bank and commercial references. We send vou jrratis: "WHAT THE BANKS EARS' WITH THE MONEV OF THE P'-RT.TC" Eddie Foster. The others are Willie Keeler and Hal Chase. Willie taught Hal, and Hal taught Eddie. "Foster is the smartest bat ter I ever saw. A pitcher usually can toll by the position of the" batter's feet just where he hopes to hit, just as a boxer gets a line on the schemes of his opponent by watching his opponent's feet. If you see a right-hand batter's feet set for an attempt to hit to right lield, you can pitch fast inside, and nine times out of ten he will pep up." Introduce American Metiods. American methods, introdiced on the Seine at Paris, of coachirg a row ing crew by use of moving pictures, have been the subject of lirely dis cussion among French athletes. New Pitcher for Senators. Manager Griffith of the Washington club secured Pitcher Whitehouse of the Minneapolis American association team in exchange for Infieldcv Davis. UNIQUE TRIPLE PLAY That triple play in a recent Cleveland-St. Louis eame wns rather odd and deserves detail ing. In the fourth Innintr. with the bases full, Gerber hit a fly to wood, on which Sisler scored from third. Wood's thrnw intercepted by Chapman, who iouna jacobson and Sloan wan dering around off bases, and both runners were retired, what should have been one out thus resulting in three. NOTES American soldiers abroad participate in 5,000 baseball games daily. Right Fielder Miller of Worcester is out of the game with a cracked ankle. Ping Bodie is a natural hitter. Never took a lesson in his life. He hits by ear. Fewster doesn't feel well unless he is chased from the bench once or twice a week. i Terre Haute has feigned Guy Gei ger to play first base. He is just out of the army. Kitty Bransfield is being compli mented for good work as an umpire in the Eastern league. Jim Scott lost his first out as a pitcher with the San Francisco team, Oakland beating him 7 to 6. Pitcher Pete Shields, who has been with Bridgeport, has been released to Evansville of the Three I league. Joe Birmingham has found it any thing but a picnic handling the Pitts field team, with shortage of players, etc. The Cincinnati club Is reported to have offered Little Rock $5,000 for Charley Grimm for immediate de livery. The Salt Lake City club announces that it has purchased Infielder Eddie Fitzpatrlck from the Boston Na tionals. Red Sox signed Lamar from the Yankees after he had freen two years with New York. He was secured from Baltimore. With the purchase of Bunny Fab rique from Seattle to play short the Los Angeles club gave Freddy Driscoll his release. First Baseman Kelliher of Peoria hit safely in 24 consecutive games. He made 45 hits and scored 25 runs in that stretch. Ray Bates has been getting a slow start with the Angels. He hasn't done any ball playing to speak of since 1917, and needs considerable limber ins up "CAN I BE CURED?" SAYS THE SUFFERER How often have you heard that sad cry from the victims of disease. Per haps the disorder has gone too far for help, but oftener it is just in its first stages and the pains and aches are only nature's first cries for help. Do not despair. Find out the cause and give nature all the help you can and she will repay you with health. Look after the kidneys. The kidneys are the most overworked organs of the human body, and when they fail in their work of filtering and throwing off the poisoa that constantly accumulates in the sys tem, everything goes wrong. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will give almost immediate relief from kid ney and bladder troubles and their kin dred ailments. They will free your body from pain in short order. But be sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Look for the name on every box. In three sizes, Gealed packages. Money refunded if they do not help you. Adv. DAISY FLY KILLER ATTRACTS AND KILLS ALL FlIES. Meat, clean .ornamental eon venient, cheap. Lasta all aeason. Made of raetaL can't spill or tiporer ; will not ao3 or injure anything. Guaranteed e recti to. Sold by dealer, or 6 by EXPRESS. BAKOLO 6QMERS. 160 Do Ksib An. Brooklyn. N. X. The Sword is his who girds it on. Too Well Taken. "The points in Brown's speech were well taken, I thought." "Yes;, most of them from n.h-;r Refused Further Responsibility. Priscilla had been left alone with the twins and had taken it upon her self to correct them. Hearing them cry, her mother hurried upstairs to see what the matter was. "They were naughty," explained Priscilla, "and I slapped them." "Then I shall have to send you downstairs," said her mother firmly. "If I can't trust you with the babies you cannot stay where they are." A little later her mother found Pris cilla sitting on the steps, looking thoughtful. "Well," she remarked, as her mother passed her, "if you want to bring up yoar children to be naughty you can." Expert Judgment. Two store girls were interested spec tators when "The Heart of Wetona," an Indian picture, was being screened. Wetona, played by Norma Talmadge, was pretty enough to win the admira tion of any hero, but one old squaw In the picture was a sight. "I wonder if that is Wetona's mother," one of the, store girls said. "I don't know, but if she is I can tell you one thing." "Wetona's heart may be in the right place, but if she takes after her moth er I wouldn't give much for the future of her waistline. Youngstown Telegram. Importnntto T" others Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Double Capacity. "Old Man Bobbins is a mean con cern, isn't he?" "Mean? Why, that old skinflint Is a regular twin screw." Baltimore American. Looking on the Bright Side. Old Lady That parrot I bought yes terday uses most violent language. Dealer Lady, I don't deny that he does swear a bit, but you must be thankful he doesn't drink or gamble. red On Sale. "Why do anarchists carry a flag?" "I suppose because the red flag is the signal of an auction. There never was an anarchist who wasn't willing to sell out any minute." With Her Tail. "Whadja spillin' all that there good milk fer, Mandy?" "Flossie kicked jest awful, Hiram." "Gol durn it, she raver even raised a hoof." "An' who said she did, Hiram Fodder?" Unsophisticated. Bess She seems to like everybody. June Yes; she has no husband. Baltimore American. Anybody can write a book, but it takes brains to quiet a six months' kid. It Is easier to make a new quarrel than it is to patch an old one. Lame Excuse. "I saw you in the clutches of a large policeman yesterday." "Why didn't you come to my assist ance?" "I have too much respect for the law." "You couldn't insult a policeman by offering to go on my bond." Birmins ham Age-Herald. That Was the Rub. "Did you show that account to Ard up again today?" "Yes, sir." "Did you tell him it had been on the shite long enough and 11 like to rub it out?:' 'Yrs, Mr." "What did he say?" "He said It looked as If you were trying to rub it In." gMiirainiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiinm You Hesitate to Give I Coffee to Children I Then why give it to grown folks? You can pleasantly solve the question of a table drink by giving all the family s a g Postal Cereal I Boiled full 1 5 minutes-after boiling begins, it tastes I much like superior coffee. It s an economy, I At Grocers. e Two dzes. usually sold at 15c and 25c 1 lA'A "Alt k'SlM. I 1RI' hi .-.it , mm iimuius C:V. n nrnrmn