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Classified Ads.
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WANTED?-Several loads of wood on!
subscr^tx
Dispatch-News Office, j
For Sale?At Dispatch-News office:!
Real Estate titles and Mortgages,
Magisti^tes and lawyers blanks.
RJ t>E AND RYE SEED.
Dwarf Essex Rape and Abruzzi
Ifcye Seed for "winter grens."
HARMON DRUG CO.
FOR SALE?We i:a\v- at all fcfenes
?K.-micoVoIH of
KtUUU-iiauu bVHwv?.v._
all descriptions. Columbia Auc^on
Go., 1212 Taylor Street. 2 hi*
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?one
grain drill carried over from last
BARRE HARDWARE CO.
. Lexington, S. C.
FOR SALE?Baby cart in fine conation.
Good as new. Cheap for
cash. Write or 'phone DispatchNews
office.
iPor Sale?2 cheap mules, in good
condition, will work anywhere.
W. W. BARRE,
Lexington, S. C.
2t3c.
Just received a car load of wt-*
fencing. Sv.* us, before buying,
it will be wortk While.
ENTERPRISE HDW CO.
I^Kington, S. C.
ONION SETS.
Red Wathersfield, yellow Danvers
and white Silver skin onion sets for
l&li planting.
HARMON DRUG CO.
FQR SALE?165 acres land near Lex
^ ington Depot. Well watered, 4 room
"house good state of cultivatioi
Cheap, easy terms.
S. J. LEA5>HrAR: \
Lexin^ lon, S, C.
WANTED?To buy a 6, 8 or 10
horse mounted steam engif?. K st
he In good condition.
John .L Ep ng,
vhapii S. C
2t3pd.
\ i -v-.- ?
FOR RENT OR ' HAf J CR(*P?j a
or two ho*se f nn, near Bet si
church on vlay road. lood Celling
^j>outb< ildings an/ ?oo/ .pririg of waP*ly
11 ?. Orville Sharpe
Edmund, S. C.
EUESTONE. BLUESTONE.
i have pure Bluestone, the kind
lp your wheat. K
HARMON DRUG CO.
IFOR SALE?Combination saddle!
and buggy mare, 6 years old and well
bred.Colt from "Joe Brown.". Also
1 mare mule, will worjc anywhere.
"Write or 'phone, J. H. Fox,
Lexington, S. C.
2t3pd.-~11-7.17.
f *
3For Rent?One or two horse farm 2
miles east of Chapin. Good six
room house and good water. Apply
Mrs. F. L. Schwartz
Lexington, S. C.
2t3pd.
"Good Place For Sale?I offer for sale
my place near Mt. Pleasant church
containing 51 acres; new dwellin2g
.
and outbuildings; good pasturage
for stock. See me quick. Travis
Hill, At. 3. Gilbert, S. C.
3pd.?11-7-17.
6- NOTICE
1000 cords wood wanted for immediate
shipment, I will furnish the timber
and give any man $1.75 per cord
for sound pine wood landed at siding
at Pelion or Lebama.
W. F. Best,
Pelion, S. C.
WAWT^n r>T/n FALSE TEETH,
don't matter if broken, I pay $2 to
$15 per full set, Single and partial
plates in proportion. Send by parcel
post and receive check by return
mail. F. TESL, 403 N. Wolft St,
fiafcanore, *d.
NOTICE
All parties are forbidden to trespass
on ray tract of land, n Saluda
Township, Lexington County, either
by hunting, fishing cutting wood, hau
ting litter, or in any manner, whatsoever,
parties disregarding this notice
will get the full extent of the law
: A. A. WINGAKD;
f Cameron, South Carolina,
kLs?- '
(TRESPASS NOTICE
All persons are hereby warned not
to trespass upon my premises, by
banting, fishing, hauling wood, straw
eft*. The law will be strictly enforced
against all persons violating this
notice.
Tpllie E. Jefcoat,
. / Weedferd, $. C.
SAYS SHE THINKS
WORLD OF TANLAC
i
'
Recommend It As General
Tonic And Stomach
Remedy
PROVED VALUE TO HER
Says 'Tanlac Did Make A Great
Improvement In My Condition"
*
"I just think the world of Tanlac
as a general tonic and stomach remedy,
and am glad to recommend it,"
declared Miss Lilla Shelton, of "No. 6,
Saco St., Greenville, in a statement.
"I took Tanlac for a generally run
down condition and chronic appendicitis.
I had been in bad health a1
?* A J T r% nrrflof
DOUt two years auu i suucicu a VMV |
deal with indigestion. I was as nervous
as could be. I never ate anything
at all hardly. In fact, I ate,
just like a bird?a little at a time.
I suffered awfully with headaches!
too.
"The Tanlac greatly improved my J
condition in a very short time. It
made me sleep better than I had slept!
in two years, for it quited my nerves.
The Tanlac gave me a good appetite,
too. I began to sleep all night long,
and my whole system was built up^
land strengthened. The medicine i
certainly did make a great improve- ^
ment in my condition/ I
Tanlac, the master medicine, is |
sold exclusively at Harmon Drug Co.,
Lexington; Burnette and Whetsell,
New Brookland; Harris-Cain Drug
Co., Batesburg; Crosson Drug Co.,
Leesville; Eargle'a Drug Store, Cha\
pin; Dr. W. T. Brooker, Swansea;
Pelion Drug Co., Pelion; W. J. Cayce,
Cayce; A. E. Leaphart, Gilbert; The
Lorick Co., Irmo; W. H. Suber,
Peitk. Price, $1.00 per bottle/
straight.
Advt.
CARD OF THANKS
To The .Editor of the Lexington
Dispatph-News. Please
extend to everybody that
rendered aid and assistance to me
and my family during and since the
loss of our hopie on last Tuesday
evening by fire; our sincere appreciation
and thanks.
Our wish is that their efforts in
our behalf may not pass by unrewarded
by the Great Master.
Respectfully
R. W .FRICK
Here's Speedy Relief ^
from Kidney Troubles
"Polay Sidney Pill? have done me a
heap or good." A. S. Bartlett, Brookton,
Maas.
Some days it seems as if you can no
longer bear the pain and misery you
suffer from kidney and bladder trouble.
The ache across your back grows worse
with every move you make, and with
every step you take. It not only robs
you of all your strength and energy, but
it affects the other important organs of
the body as well. Nervousness, headache,
disordered stomach, liver trouble,
bad eyesight, are only some of the conj
ditions that follow kidney trouble.
Foley Kidney Pills help the sick weak
! kidneys to regain their normal healthy
j state and activity. When they are again
; able to do their work effectively, your
i system is no longer choked and blocked
with poisonous waste matter. Your
symptoms clear up, your weariness,
pain, misery and weakness go away.
Foley Kidney Pills can do you also "a
j heap of good."
"SOLD EVERYWHERE."
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CONTRACTORS
SUPPLIES?
Machinery. Castings and
' Repairs. Steel Beams,
Rods, Ropes. Tackle,
Whee!ibarrows, Trucks,
Wire Cable, Boilers
Tanks, Stacks, Etc. Ventilators,
Grating, -Etc.
Lombard Iron Works
|&Supply Co., WEt
Ford Supplies and Repairs is Stock.
- "mm .mar i
Sanitary Meat Market
and Restaurant
Fresh native meats always on hand.
I Ice sold in any quantity from 6c np.
j Our restaurant is prepared to furnish
| meals at all hours. First class meals
(prepared by experienced cooks.
CAUGHMAN & SOX
MEAT MARKET
Not lor to Fwtoito
UGHRiMN.?:c
SAYS MANY MEN TRYING
TO OBTAIN DISCHARGES
Camp Sevier, Nov. 10.?Special:
Major F. M. Hinkle, division adjutant
at Camp Sevier, in an interview
yesterday with the representative of
The Sunday News, stated that many
cases of drafted men, now ectually,
in service in the Thirtieth Division, j
had been reopened and was causing
a gTeat deal of trouble to the camp
officials.
"In the first place," said Major Hin|
kle, "I don't believe the local boards!
understand what the government is
| doing for dependent families. Most;
of these cases are reopened on the j
plea that the men have dependents, j
Now the government has made very
liberal provisions for just such cases.
Fifteen dollars a month is deducted;,
from a soldier's pay each month to
send to these people. To this the gov 1
ernment adds fifteen dollars, and five
additional dollars for each child. A
dependent wife gets $30 a month;:
therefore, a woman whose husband is
in the service and who has four chilI
dren, would get $50 a month?more
in many cases than the man would
earn if he were at home."
Major Hinkle thinks, furthermore,
that in seeking the discharge of a
man who is already actually in the,
service, the matter should be taken!
up through the regular military chan.\
nels. If the man has a real reason!
for discharge he will get it just as
quick by that way, and with a great
deal less trouble.
The adjutant is very anxious, however,
that all local boards, soldiers,
prospective draftees and recruits understand
just what the government's
plan for dependents is and what the
insurance bill provides.
j
The Dispatch-News will cost you
only $1.00 per year for all the news.
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ChrysantliemumS j
Dahlias, Roses and other Choice i
FLOWERS
MNE WEDDING WORK A SPECIALTY
LAWN GRASS.
Evergreen Mixture, Arctic Grass, Ky.:
Blue Meadow Fescue, Clover, etc. j
BULBS j
t
Hyacinths, Jonquils, Lilies' Narcis-i
sus. Oxalis, etc
By Mail or Express
Rose Hill Greenhouses
1542 Main Street
COLUMBIA, - - S. C.
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This is s prescription prepared especially
tor MALARIA or CHILLS A, FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will coC
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Experience N
Pay While
Pleasant work and good
weeks can earn from ten to 1
week. Previous cotton miil <
i desired. Enlistments in Arr
!
work for women. Apply in
Columbia !
FOOT OF GERVAIS ST., PH
i LORICK E
JOBBERS AN1
Mantels Sewer1
Grates and Tiles Flue Pi
| Stoves and Tin Pis
Ranges Pig Les
Stove Pipe Sheet ^
Hollow-Ware Iron Pi]
"Kohler" Plumbing Fixtu
I ~ "Y
i
LORICK I
I COLUMBIA S. C.
K ^ _
?v TpxzT 9? v-w;.
AMERICAN FIGTERS
CROSS WITHOUT LOSS j
With the American Army in Fran- .
ce, Nov. 11 (By the Associated Press!'
?General Pershing said to the cor-1;
respondents today: j'
"Troops and supplies are arriving;
in increasing numbers." :
Thanks to the French, British and
American navies, he continued, the!
submarine to date has not claimed the !
life of a single American soldier on!
the troop ships bound for France. The
French officers, he said, were enthusiastic
over the character, intelligence |
and eagerness of the young officers
who are arriving in France to Confirm}
fViaiv ir?cfrnf?finn and the Amer_
U111U& UA1WAX A1AUVA V*V V?V*. v...M
ican army is proud of them.
EASTERN pISTRICT ?
APPEALS AFFIRMED
Columbia, Nov. 12.?The district
board for the eastern district of
South Carolina, has received notice:
' i
from Provost Marshal General Crowj
der that decisions of the board which!
were appealed to the president have ,
been apfirm.ed "as follows: Elliot I
Samuel Taylor, I. J. Tindal, Lex-1
ington; Charles Lafayette Spradley,
Aiken; James Mood Penington, Col-1
leton; Benjamin Langdon Rume, Hor
ry.
Pi Suffer? ^
f/1 Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al- /.
t/j derson, W. Va., writes: /
L^l "My daughter . . .suf- /
|/| fered terribly. She could y
\/\ not turn in bed ... the y
l/J doctors gave her up, and y
1^1 we brought her home to y
ftyJ die. She had suffered so y
wyj much at... time. Hav- y
?yl ing heard of Cardiri, we V
Jvl got it for her." JrV
^ Hie Woman's Tonic /g
"In a few days, she be?/2
gan to improve," Mrs. /Jk
e/j Cox continues, "and had /jk
W/% no trouble at... Cardui /\
gy? cured her, and we sing [^k
its praises everywhere. yw
w A We receive many thou
sands of similar letters I
g/j| everryear, telling of the &/j|
g/jj good Cardui has done for h/j
fVi' women who suffer from ?/f
complaints so common to
their sex. It should do
^d^00(i? t0?* et^ f/J
lot Necessary
5 Learning
wages. Usually after two
twelve dollars or more per
experience not necessary or!
ny have opened new fields of
person to
Duck Mills
ONE 442, COLUMBIA, S- C.
______
5R0THERS
) DEALERS JN
Pipe J?M Asbestos and !
pe Asphalt Roofings
ite Asphalt Shingles
id Metal Shingles
letals Tinware
je Enamel Ware
res .
ale" Locks and Hardware
5R0THERS
PHONE 498
God bless our faithful men,
Bring them safe home again;
God save our men,
Noble and chivalrous,
Brave and victorious,
For freedom glorious;
God save our men.
Protecting /
The long, hard school tern
children and you wonder why t
Every school child will si
in health and {
storm
Its rich. uniform rrJ livpr oil crpf$ in
fsnap and zest It creates s
overcome pinched faces, s;
High authorities have est
liver oil promotes growth a
The imported Norwegian cod live
refined in our own American la bora tor
Scott ?& Boi
P J O'NE
Suite No. 7 Carol
Cor. Main and Washington S
BUGGIES, W
BABCOCK BUGGFES, HACKNEY
PARRY, The Best CI
Come in and see them on
OUR GUARANTEE
Gregory-Conder
COLUM
r
New Fa
in footwear. a
as frev can I
carry shoes
family in size;
fit every one.
. Our salesm
enced shoe
cash system s?
The
1518 Main Street
Baltimore I
The Home of P
W;
Special attention to ont of town pal
can get ;
All our men are graduates.
Rely on your own jndgment aft<
ally. We set a high standard f<
costs. This is the reason that
Baltimore Dental Parlors.
Oar Guarantee: Knowing the
antee it to be the best.
Terms: don't worry, these are
to 8 P. M. Sunday 10 A. M. to ]2
Two more men on force preps
Baltimore I
1329 1-2 Hate SM Of* Stark'
Hi i j ii
RUB-MY-T1SM
j Will cure Rheumatism, NeuI
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts. Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Eczema,
etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
our Children
1 drains the vitality of growing
hey are listless, puny and pale.
tow marked improvement
growth if given
to their blood and gives them vim,
trength to resist school sicknesses,
allow complexions and dull eyes,
ablished again and again that cod
nd energizes the body and brain*
r oil always used in Scott's Emulsion is nam
ies which guarantees it free from impurities,
roe. Bloomfield. N. J. 17-15
infracted Diseases
I ALSO tEAT
DISOR ERS, NERVOUS DEBILE
\DDER TROUBLES, ETC.
te , Kidney Troubles, Piles painlessly
without operation or confinement.
?f treatment are that unless you reactory
results, no charges are made.
>r woman is too poor to receive his
, none so rich tha} they can procure
ices than he is qualified to give.
)ffer you the results he' has given
leave the payment in your own hands
mials on file
ind Other Examinations Free on[Monisday
and Friday
a, m. to 7 p. m. Sundays 10 to 2.
3LL, M. D.
lina National Bank Building
t?. COLUMBIA, S. C
AGONS, Etc.
We carry a complete
stock of vehicles and
always have a good as7X
sortment from which
fto make your
selection.
BUGGIES, WASHINGTON BUGGIES
ieap Buggy on the market,
our floor.
MEANS SOMETHING
Mule Co.
BIA, S. C.
11 Styles
1
^ l-? l/\TiT
LI pilCCS CU5 1UW
3d sold. We
for the entire
s and widths to
en are experimen
and our
ives you money
ooterie
COLUMBIA, S. C.
)ental Parlor
ainless Dentistry
Fillings in Gold, Silver, Platiun,
Alloy, Cement and Porcelain,
50c up.
Crown and Bridge Work, $3.00,
$4.00 and $5.00
Painless Extraction 50c
ree when other work is ordered,
ients. Work done in one day?-Yoa
roar train.
All are 4'licensed" Dentists.
2r you have investigated person)r
our work and maintain it at all
every city today welcomes the
kigk quality of our work, we guar:
arranged to suit. Hours: 9 A. M.
P. M.
ired to take care of Fall rush.
)ental Parlor
Grtcery Start GOUJB?tA, ?. C. :
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