? TELLS HOW HE IS
RELIEVED OF BAD
liver Disorder And Catarrh
of The Head Also Wiped
? Out Declares Rev. F. W.
I- Wance, In Signed Statement
ISOUTH CAROLINA PREACHER;
mn n ft* I r TIPO
|r': ita i ir ild. I
c Here is another signed statement j
"telling of what the new natural herb :
| ? medicine. Dreco. has accomplished in!
a case of liver and kidney complaint
combined with catarrh of the head, j
"Dreco has done me lots of good in j
. .a very short time. My complaint;
, -was kidney and liver trouble and cat-!
-arrh of the head. I can say truth
3 ully that Dreco has relieved me an I
I expect by continuing to use thi:<
. ^^-anedicine I shall be fully relieved and
v 3 do now recommend it to any and
all who may suffer with the above
(Signed) Rev. F. W. Vance,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Mr. Vance is one of the most
y ~prdkiinent colored citizens of South
^ar?lina- is Pastor in a Methodist:
: \ Episcopal church and a member of
- the South Carolirfe conference.
V- Dreco is a combination of roots'
iherbs .barks and berries noted foi j
their medicinal value. It is the good
^)id natural medicine vtb.at our sturdv j
"crrandnarents used in the days when j
doctors were few add hard to reach.\
Dreco has proven its value in all
-cases where a safe and sure natural
medicine s reauired. It is particulai
f-ly useful in kidney, liver and stomach
disorders, catarrh, rheumatism, head;
-aches, nervousness and kindred ills.
Dreco is not an expensive medicine
> v ' f
It is within the reach of all....pooi
and rich alike. It is dispensed regu
larly by good druggists everywhere
and is particularly recommended in
Lexington by Geiger Drug Co. ,
gife, State of South Carolina.
County of Lexingtoli. s
; Court of Comon Pleas. \
J-: ~ Sara R. Shuler, paintiff 'vs. H. B.
0- - -Kesler, et al. Defendants.
By virtue of authority vested in
me by order of the Court I will sell
py *T before the court house door. Lexing.
-ton. S. C.. durng the legal hours of
Spy, sale, on the first Monday in Septem- j
p|: . ber. the same being the 2nd day of
-iv - said; month, the following described
v "Teal estate, to wt:
? "All that lot or parcel of land situate,
lying and being in the Town
SSs&V -n fn Fork Township, said coun
Ity and State, fronting: 'on Woodrow
street forty feet and extending: back
the same width one hundred and f;fty
feet and bounded North bv lands of
John Davis, East by lot Qf George
lEehelbrrrer. and South b"- lot cf Mamie
Jackson and being: the lot conyoyod
to us by Alice ? oy
her deed of date-March 21, 1911.
iVji . Terms fo sale: CASH, purchaser
I; to nay for nancrs. recorder and reKfh
H. L. HARMON
Clerk of Court.
Aug:. 7th. 1918.
"The hog: is the link that joins
patriotism and profit, ^..d the one
who profits largely from patrict'sm
which urges him to hold his hoes
-long: enough to put cn them every
pound of fat the market justifes
will be entitled to his war profits a truly
as the munition manufacturers
fZa Clear Your ^ I
1 Complexion ^ ]
!i '7VHFM wUh This
i \ i Old Reliable
k it iC I R&nedv?
p For pimples, black-heads, freckles, blotches
If and tan, as well as for more serious face, scalp
' and body eruptions, hives, eczema, etc., use
this scientific compound of sulphur. As a lo- ,
SaPpj?" tkm, it soothes and heals; taken internally?
a few drops in a glass of -water?it gets at the
root of the trouble and parities the blood.
Physicians agree (hat sulphur is one of the
most effective blood purifiers known. ReWfi"
member, a good complexion isn't skin deep
?>. . ?it's health deep, n
Be sure to ask foe HANCOCK SULPHUR J
COMPOUND. It has been used with satis- r
lHjgr? factory nesults for over 25 years.
r 50c and ?1 the bottle ,
ip- ' at your druggist's. If he can't supply you.
SjSyfv send his name and the price in stamps ana
we will send you a bottle direct.
I HANCOCK LIQUID^SULPHUR
I StmteJ Sulfhur Ctmftund Oini- | 5*!^
' 9 mtnt?25 tmd 50k?ftr uu urtih tht
. I Ltpdd Ctmfmtnd.
$100 REWARD, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at lea-.t
one dreaded disease that science has
been abie to cure m all its stages and
that is catari h. Catarrh being great
lyiinfiuenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is
taken internally and acts thru the
Elood on the Mucous Surfaces of th'e
System thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, giving: the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in the curative powers!
of flairs ^atarrn iviecncme tnat tney
offer one Hundred Dollars for 'any:
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.,!
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggist,'
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Whereas it has pleased almighty God
to remove from this life. Brothei;
Andrew J. Wiggers, our esteemed
member, efficent chaplain of 'Pinr j
Ridge local union having served as j
such for a period of several years.:
whereas we feel that his death occui I
red at the time when his services
were most useful to his local union
That in his death we have lost a;
true and faithful brother friend'
and co-worker in our union.
That we bow in humble submission 1
to the will of him who doeth all things
That we extend our heartfeli sym- j
pathy to the sorrowing: wife and twc
sons whose inspiration and guiding
star he was. and to all the othe*
loved ones so deeply bereaved.
That a copy of these resolutions be j
placed on our minutes book and alsc
sent the family ahd Lexington Dispatch-News.
S. C. Ehting )
P. B. Lindler ) Committee.
E. 0. Wessinger)
We will bet some of the old bachelors
in this country who have renigged
on supporting a family of his owr
will be sorry. Some of thepi would
rather nurse babies than Ito fight
v # /
Historic stuff: It tasts like burnt
FALL AND WINTER LAYERS.
Columbia.?The Food Administration
urges that wherever possible the
flock bf farm chickens be increased.
Every farmer, or for that matter,
every person who raises chickens
should provide to carry as many pullets
that were hatched in the months
of March and April as possible.
These will make good layers for the
late fhll and winter months,
j , What the situation with regards to
rood will oe aunng tne monms to
come none can say definitely, but the
| Food Administration is always look:
ing ahead, and the necessity of ini
preasing the flocks of who raise
: poultry, either for marked or for home
j consumption, is urged as a measure
j to assure poultry products in suf;
ficient quantity to meei the demands
: at home.
j While the temptation of fried chick|
en may be strong at this time, the
j March and April pullets should be cari
ried over to provide layers for the
! fall and winter.
CAN WITHOUT SUGAR
Columbia?Can without sugar. Save
both fruits and sugar. Let your canning
and preserving be sugarless i2
possible, suggests the Food Administration.
Then later in the year, next
winter perhaps, when sugar is plentiful.
it may be added to suit your taste.
This year when all food must be put
to use in order that more may be sent
to the soldiers and the allies no one
has the right to let sugar go to waste
or to use sugar when its use can be
avoided. The "Food Administration
urges that the fruit crop be saved as
far as possible by canning and drying.
The Food Administration is making
a special effort to provide the neces
sary sugar to householders for canning
purpose, but there are numerous
methods of canning without sugar
and thousands of women are putting
up fruits sugarless. In this way
| more may be canned. When opened
I for table use these jars of fruit maj
| be sweetened. Fruits will keep jusl
as well without sugaf.
Rich jellies and preserves require
more sugar than can be spared at th<
j present time. Sweet pickles and
| watermelon rind, pickles and pre
serves should be strictly omitted this
; year. In jams no more sugar than is
j needed as a preservative should b(
j used. Corn syrup and other syrups
j should be used to supplement sugai
1 for preserving of "1 sorts. Fruii
! juices can be sterilized and bottled
j without sugar.
Thousand of pounds of sugar car
; be saved by following these simple
j suggestions of the Food Administra
tion?and the sugar is needed now.
Preserve the ffults, but spare lh<
jg^ After the currency pan
^ losses it entailed, vvhai
fw* willing to pay for insi
^ such disastrous experit
Sg To-day, through ou
i!5?* Fprlprpl Rpspvyp Svst.pi
- ' ? * v'
1?* it to you without anv <
| THE HOME Hi
W CAPITAL $50,000.00
Saml. B. George, Pres.
. Karl F. Oswald, Cashier,
J. P. Drafts.
S. J. Leaphart.
Karl F. Oswald.
.* a A .41.11 ft A . a 6 &
; The Marineiio Befauty She
exclusive Beauty Parlors:
We now have a large foi
able to handle the trade,
, to allSwiches
made up to ord
1512 M&in St., (up st
We are selling Hi
at Prices that wi
. Save Money. T
store is to stand
sold, and gladly:
I if you are not sa
| COME TO SEE US.
! The Cayee Co-Operat
IT WILL PAY Y
| Dr. SM>
:! About Y<
Since we Have Dr. J. I
t; ated with us we are cat<
1 i ing work. Dr. Boozer ii
tj ing teeth with a painless
1328 Main Street, (Phc
5 i _MM
ITHOUT COST 1|
ic of 1807, with all the J
c would you have been J
iirance against another I
r membership in the
n, we are able to offer g||j
cost whatever. ^'
:an secure this insurance ^
jrotection by becoming <|j
f our depositors.
' ? ? ^ ? ?*? i
vnowal mm ii
0n' s> c Jr
RESORCES $450,000.00 J1
JAS. J. WlNGARD, VlCE-PRES.
J. E. Kaminer, Asst. Cash.
Jas. J.' Wingard ^ |
E. G. Dreher. Ha j
T. P. Meetze, ^ :
J.P. Matthews. - j
Beauty Shop. |
>p, the most high class and
in the South.
rce of operators and are
giving prompt attention
> Beauty Shop
airs)**1 Columbia, s. C.
.*st class Groceries , J
11 enable .you to i
'he policy of this
behind all goods
refund the money
ive Store, Cayce, S. C. |
- FRESH MEATS
OU TO CONSULT
5DWIN BOOZER associ- j
?ring especiallyto extract- I
s very efficient in extract5
MY OFFICE IS
>ne ^12,) Columbia, S. C.
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HMfeSlP**|8iffi STOMACH DiS
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5& . Ill, r.L \
Ww^' skinL' ef?.-.1
? jr w tret ;a witht
* 4 ?r's teiinsof ti'e
ft . f-^| . .ivo satisfactoi
Ha -?&. ? Ai>anl No man or w>:
Hfo ffiijj best efforts, nor
ISKfc .. t?Si bette.: services ;
Let him offer
othdrs aad leav
x-ray and o
WmmMm* ^ : day Wednesday
\ '* Hours: 9 a, rn
P. J. O'NEII
Suite No. 7 Carolina
Cor. Main and Washington Sts.
in footwear. at p
as J rev can be
carry shoes foi
family in sizes a
fit every one.
enced shoe m<
cash system save
15IS Mam Street
jmmm?? ?n mm pj?bbwbb?b??wb????cw
have your set ready same da
our estimate before having
save you money.
20-Year Guarantee, J
FREE EXAMINATION We
Administer Nitrous Oxide Gi
1329 1-2 Main St. COLUM
Look for Large Electric Sign a
mm?a??? 1 i ?' ?nwirr JPW" ? h uu?
?a??Bf? ?w? ? ?? ? i iti
We Have a Splendid Line <
We have every style and size in al
Come in and see them on our floo
OUR GUARANTEE ME
1115 Hampton St., - -
Clothing, Shoes, Ha
When you go to fcuy your
don't forget to look over my sto
department is full of Clothing, i
and Underwear for men, and \vc
mercus to mention. Everything
All at prices that will please
Sole Agent for the famous
and also other brands of sho<
longest. Se^us for bargain:
1416 Assembly Street,
!ODR?RS, NERVOUS DEBILDDER
Sidney Troubles, Piles painlessly
jut operation or confinement,
atrnent are that unless you re*y
results, no charges are made.
>man is too poor to receive his
ic so rich thai they can procure
than he is qualified to give.
t'/vji rjciiltc Via Viae rrivon
? the payment in your own hands
5 on file
!ther Examinations Freeon'Monand
. to 7 p. m. Sundays 10 to 2.
X, M. D.
National Bank Building
COLUMBIA, S. JC
? ? i
>rices as low
* the entire
nd widths to
s you money
COLUMBIA, S. C.
lave every convenience
our comfort when visitour
offices. We will
impression of your
fch in the morning, and
y, where desired. Get
work done. We will *
Silver Fillings, 50c op
jrold Fillings, $1. op
reeth Cleaned, $1.
is For Painless Extraction
B1A, S. C. Phone 586
nd Moving Dental Exhibit
of Well Made Vehicles
s 3rown Buggies
Old Hickory Wagons ^
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
To Buy I
ts, Caps, Gents'
Clothing, Shoes and Hats
ck before ycu buy. Every
^hces, Hats, Caps, Hosiery
men. Other gccds tco nuof
latest style and pattern.
? W. L. Douglas Shoes j
as that wear easy and
t^ ^ 7
Columbia, S. C.
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