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Tbe Eod of Your Corns
There is nothing in the world like
^Gets-It for corns. Just apply it
according to directions, the pain
steps at once and then the corn lifts
off as clean as a whistle. No fuss,
n? bother, no danger. "Gets-It,"
you know, is safe. Millions have us
ed it, more than all other corn remedies
combined, and it never fails.
Don't Waste Time "H?llerin*."
"Gets-It'' Never Fail*.
There is no need for you to go
through another day of corn agony.
But be sure you get "Gets-It." Accept
nothing else, for remember,
there is postively nothing else as
good. "Get's-It" never Irritates the
live flesh, never makes the toe sore.
i
1?- You can go about as usual with
work or play, while "Gets-It," the
magic, does all the work. Then the
corn peels right off like a banana
skin, and leaves the toe as smooth
and corn-free as your palm. Never
happened before, did it?* Guess not
Get a bottle of "Gets-It" today
from any Drug store, you need pay
no more than 25c, or sent on receipt
of price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago
111.
Sold in Lexington and reccomend
ed as the world's best corn remedy
by Harmon Drug Co.
_
COACH LUNCH SERVICE
- ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Washington, Oct. 30.?"Coach
lunch service" has been inaugurated
on Southern Railway System trains
carrying dining cars for the benefit
of passengers who do not care for
a complete meal while on their jour,
ney. Dining cars have been provided
with basket trays and the waiters
pass through the coaches announcing
"sandwiches and coffee!" The
sandwiches are wrapped in sanitary
packages. Moderate prices for
ml Vu? MlflTCTAd
MHO OUTiW T??* vv P- ?
. In order to cooperate with the
United States Food administration
? ' the ' Southern's doing car servicevd
the Southern's dining car service is
observing Tuesday of every week as
"beefless" day. On every day of the
week the plea of Food Administrator
Hoover to the American people
to "eat plenty" but wisely and
without waste during the war" is
brought to the attention *f every
passenger usingj the Southern'fe
cars by an attractively printed folder
outlining the general plan of the
government's desire to reduce food
waste to a minimum.
Man Troubled for lwo iears
No ,one should suffer backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff joints, swollen
sore muscles, when relief can be easily
had. James McCrery, Berrien
Center, Mich., says he was troubled
with kidney and bladder trouble for
two years. He used several kinds
of medicine without relief, but Foley
Kidney Pills cured him.
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Advt.
REV. H. B. JONES RESIGNS.
\
The Rev. H. B. Jones on last
Sunday afternoon read his resignation
as pastor of the Baptist church,
However, it is not certain that he will
leave as Mr. Jones stated that his
wso mprplv to Rave em
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v barrassment to himself and the
church while the work was being
planned for next year, since the plan
was to divide his present work into
two. pastorates for another year.
It is to be hoped that Rev. Jones
can be prevailed upon to remain
here, as his work has been most
acceptable. He is an afiable man
of tact and ability.
Wasted?To trade a fine young well
bred, Holstein and Jersey bull for a
well bred heifer.
Sjjj&f - Eli A. Spires,
Edmund, S. C.
2t4pd.
' SHIP YOUR
| Long Staple Cotton
TO
| WHALEY & RIVERS
I Cotton Factors
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Consignments handled on Commission.
EXPRESSION OF SYMPATHY 1
Whereas it has pleased our dear
; heavenly Father to remove from ear- i
| thly associations our esteemed citi-! i
j zen Mr. J. S. Hendrix, therefore be i
it resolved that we the teachers and
j pupils of Lexington High School 1
| wish to express to his daughters 1
Miss Ellen Hendrix and Mrs. Olga j
H. George, our co-workers and faith- '
ful instructors in the above named i
_-i 1 r tnndor cvmnntliv iri the ; <
SCI1UU1 v ci jr icnuvi <->j -"r j ? .
bereavement of their father.
And we earnestly pray that abun-l
dant stores of grace from our dear!
heavenly Father may richly abound ;
toward each of you through our pre-1
cious Savior.
With tender sympathy and ear-j;
nest prayer,
We are,
Most ipincerelyV
Mary C. Wingard,
Ethel Dreher, >
W. E. Black,
Valeria Harmon,
Myrtie Pound,
Lila Hallman,
Addie Taylor.
Committee.
IN SANITARIUM THREE WEEKS
Splendid results in kidney and blad
der troubles are achieved by Foley
Kidney Pills. Mrs. Effie E. Kleppe,
Averill, Minn., writes: "I was at Fargo
sanitarium three weeks for rheumatism
and kidney trouble; got no
relief. I began using Foley Kidney
Pills and found -immediate relief.
A bottle completed the cure."
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Advt.
Death of R. W, D. Rowel!.
Bamberg, Nov. 5.?Special: Mr. R.
W. D. Rowell, county auidtor and
superintendent of Education, died
here today after a lingering illness.
Mr. Dowell was one of Bamberg's
most popular citizens and had held
a nnrnKor r?"f vPJirs. He
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leaves a widow, five sons and four
daughters. The funeral services will
be held tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock and
the _ members of Camp Jenkins will
act as honorary pallbearers.
Mr. Rowell was known by a large
number of people in Lexington county,
where he was a frequent visitor '
to the home of his brother-in-law
the late G. C. Hook. i
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$100 REWARD, $100 !
]
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at
least one dreaded disease that science (
has been able to cure in all its stages
and that is catarrh. Catarrh being 2
greatly influenced by constitutional J
conditions requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine i
is taken internally and acts thru the j
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the s
System thereby destroying the foun- '
dation of the disease, giving the patient
strength by building up the con- .
stitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in the curative powers
of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
?ase that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggist,
' 75c.
i Advt.
FQUR MURDER CASES
IN CAMDEN COURT.
The court of general sessions opens
at Camden this morning with judge
George E. Prince presiding. Several
cases of widespread interest are on
the docket for trial including the
cases of two white women who are
under separate indictments for murder.
Lucy Marsh is charged with j
the killing of Estelle Baker. The wo j
man was beaten to death with some
instrument. T. R. Broxton, an overseer
on the Goin plantation, will
be placed on trial for killing a negro
farm hand. Mrs. James {Parker and
her husband are in the county jail a
waiting trial on charge of having mur
dered Racheal Carter. A shotgun
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ment of death.
Recommended by
Doctor Cothram
Dr. T. E. Cothram is a well-known
pharmacist of Alexis, Ala. And when
ne gets bilious or needs a purgative
medicine, what do you suppose he
does? Out of his whole big stock of
liver medicine he selects and uses
Granger Liver Regulator. He says
"There is none better." That's a
* * i Jx.
pretty strong endorsement, cen t >-cu
think, from a man who knows all
about the merits of the different medicines
on the market? Granger Liver
Regulator is purely vegetable, does
not gripe nor irritate the delicate lining
of the stomach and bowels and
always gives quick and pleasant results.
It is the best system purifiei
known. Your druggist can supply
you?25c for large box. Accent n<
substitute.
MARCHING ON RUSIAN CAPITAL
Apparently the Bolsheviki uprising
in tPetrograd is nearing its end and
Premier Kerensky may soon again be
in power.
Late advices from Petrograd are to
the effect that the revolutionists have
been defeated in Moscow and at Tsarskoe-Selo
and from the later townj
which is 15 miles from Petrograd,'
aro rptrpatinp- a disorderly mob tow-;
ard the capital.
Certain Cure for Croup.
Mrs. Rose Middleton, of Greenville |
111., has had experience in the treatment
of this disease. She says, j
"When my children were small my
son had croup frequently. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always broke
up these attacks immediately, and I
was never without it in the house.
I have taken it myself for coughs and
colds with good results."
HARMON DRUG CO.
Advt. j
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS.!
j
j
List of letters remaining uncalled
i-n r\ Fir>a -fnr fVlP wopV PTlH ITlf
1UJL 111 tliio VlilVt XVi. viiv f? vv?* ? 0
Nov. 12, 1917.:
Gentlemen: C. F. Niven.
This letter will be sent to the Dead
Letter Office Nov. 26, 1917, if not:
called for before. In calling for the
above please say "Advertised," giv-;
ing date of list.
Frank George, Postmaster.
The South Carolina State Conference
on Charities and Corrections J
will be held in Aiken, this week.
Subscribe to The Dispatch-News
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SKIN WI
2 5c BO
A Skin Bleach or Whitener for
all blemishes and clearing swar
causing the skin to Grow Whit
plexion use Cocotone Skin Wh;
WHAT USERS THtt
Macon, Ga. 1
Cocotone Co.
Dear Sirs: Send me by return mai,
two boxes of Cocotone Skin Whitener
and three cakes of Cocotone Skin
Soap. They are fine and I do not
:are to be without them. Enclosed
is money order for $1.25.
Yours truly,
CLARA M. JACKSON,
Waycross, Ga.
Cocotone Co.
Dear Friends: Your Cocotone
Skin Whitener is the finest thing I ev?r
saw. My skin was very dark and
the first box has made it many shades
lighter, and my friends all ask me
arhat I have been using. Enclosed
pou will find $2.00. Please send me
3ix boxes of Skin Whitener and two
:akes of soap.
Yours truly,
ANNA M. WHITE. j
How many
ton?2001
HOW many pounds of r
to a ton? If you are
are getting about 15<
about one-fourth lint which
If you are buying
TRAD!
RU9
V HUI
LINT
you are getting 2000 full p
from lint and are practically
them and see how much f;
Other Ai
Cost much less per ton than old
style hulls.
Allow better assimilation of other
food.
Mr. W. C. OweriM, Charlotte,
feeds thirty cows. He ct
cheapest feed and gets the
To secure the best results and to dev
-? ? ? . - I . t L
tnorougiuy rwearc noun
wetting tbem down night and morning
this cannot be done, wet down at 1
feed the hull* dry, use only half as i
Book of Mix
Gives the right formula for ever
South. Tells how much to feed
tening, for work. Describes Buc
using them properly. Send for y
Drpt. K The Buckeye
Atlanta Birmingham Cret
Augusta Charlotte Jacl
V
I Ron Down, Aching
people need a good tonic
that will send the blood
I tingling through the j
body, enrich it by improving
the digestion,
and clean it by expelling the
waste matter. Health is a
matter of plenty of rich blood, 1
free from impurities.
PERUNA
dispels inflammation of the
blood making organs, -the digestion-gives
tone and "pep"
to the membranes that line |
the lungs and the digestive tract, j
and invigorates the entire system. !
You can have health if you take
"Nancy Hall" weighing ten and
three-fourths pounds has been received
at The State office, and she is
the largest of her class to appear this
season. Nancy is "some" potato. She
came from J. G. Davis at Dillon. A
splendid specimen, she will feed about
ten persons with properly gauged
appetites for food conservation.
?Newberry Observer.
TONE
1 I T E N E R
X F^R E E
dark or brown skin, removing
thy or sallow complexions and
er. Don't envy a clear comitener
and have one.
IK OF COCOTONE.
Montgomery, Ala.
Coeotone Co.
Dear Sirs: I find that Coeotone
Skin Whitener is the best preparation
I have ever used to clear the skin,
and wish you would mail me two bo;,
es at once.
(Signed) Mrs. C. P. JOHNSON.
| Do not accept substitutes or imita.
tions.
CUT THIS OUT.
THE COCOTONE CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
Ihave never used Coeotone Skin
Whitener, but if you will send me a
25c box free, will be pleased to try it.
I enclose six 2c stamps to cover cost
of mailing, packing, etc.
Name
Address
AGENTS WANTED.
pounds to a
) or 1500?
eal roughage are you getting
i buying old style hulls you
)0 pounds because they are
l has no food value.
! MARK
AC?Yr
INSEED M
LLS \
LESS
ounds because they are free
r 100 percent roughage. Try
arther they go.
dvantages
No trash or dust.
Sacked?easy to handle.
They mix well with other forage.
N.C.,
insiders Buckeye Hulls the
best results.
j
elop the ensilage odor, wet the hall*
i feeding. It is easy to do this by I
?L > t 1? If .1 mi.
; I or me nexi leeaing. 11 ? any ume ;
east thirty minutes. If you prefer to
noeh by bulk as of old style hulls.
ed Feeds Free I
y combination of feeds used in the
for maintenance, for milk, for fatkeye
Hulls and gives directions for
our copy to the nearest mill.
Cotton Oil Co. Dtpt. k
in wood Little Rock Memphis
t ion Macon Selma
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Mr#. P, O. Stuck ell Tell# Hour She
Cured Her Sou of a Cold.
"When my son Ellis was sick with
a cold last winter I gave him Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It helped
him at once and quickly broke up
ti rx-_ r> r\ cij T 11
ms com, wnies ivirs. r. w. oi-uciieii,
Homer City, Pa. This remedy has
been in use for many years. Its
good qualities have been fully proven
by many thousands of people. It is
pleasant and safe to take.
HARMON DRUG CO.
Advt.
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