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^ P ROFESSIONAL CARDS
J. A. CLIFTON M. D SPECIALIST
In diseases of the eye, ear nose anc
throat in Saluda on Monday and ir
Batesburg Tuesday with Dr Mitchell
it.
J. FRANK KNEECE
RhI Fjtfofe and Insurance
BATESBURG, S. C.
Office Pho 978, Residence Pho 2544-J
Office Hours 9 to 1: 2 to 5,
Sunday by appointment.
DR. A. J. BEDENBAUGH
* DENTIST
605 Palmetto Bid. Columbia, S. C.
tv n n c
l)Y. r. opigner,
DENTIST
304-5 Union Naiional Bank Building
Phone 181, Columbia. S. C.
Dr. C. T. BROOKS
Dentist
1434 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
Phone 447
DR. H. W. WALL
DENTIST,
1316 .Main Street COLUMBIA S. C
Office Hours: 9 to 1:30?2:80
Removed From
1515 Main St., to 1825 Main St.
Rooms 5 and 7 Commercial Bank
Building, over IDEAL theatre.
DRS. BOOZER & BOOZER
DENTIST,
Columbia, S. C. Pncnh 2211
DR. D. L. HALL, Dentist
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1626 MAIN STREET,
Office Hours: 8 A. M". to 5:30 P M
Cancer taken out by the root within
nine or ten days without knife.
Guaranteed never to come back.
S. P. Shumpert,
1200 Divine Street COLUMBIA S. C.
DENTAL NOTICE.
S. G. RUTLEDGE, D. D .S.
I make a speciaty of Crown
and Bridge Work.
Office at Boozer old stand,
1515 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
| DR. CLARK,
FOOT SPECIALIST
IfiK Main StroAt fnlnmKis S f!
*"*" ?*?" 7
Why suffer with foot troubles ? Look
after them before it is too late. All
examinations free. Phone 2M9.J
:
| E. J. BEST
Attorney and Councellor
203 2nd Floor. National Loan
jLV. and Exchange Bank
Columbia, S. C.
I' Good Sight
I . ig priceiesi
Good Vision
t? cicewary to good tight.
Xj* strain is common.
strain can be overcome.
Ctadache, squinting and cross~ey*x
l*# cans 8 d by defective vi3ion.
if* 9i*.:nire the eyeg for defect*.
Km
v Sfs correct ibe defects with proper
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U-.^ir fiaawj.
AJ/ERY '^y eweler
I - COLUMBIA 5.C.
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;3G? MAIN STREET.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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I CONTRACTORS
| SUPPLIESKL
Machinery* Castings and
Repairs. Steel Beams,
Rods, Ropes^ Tackle,
Wheelbarrows, Trucks,
Wire Cable, Boilers
Tanks, Stacks, Etc. Yen
tilators, Grating, Etc.
Lombard iron Works
& Supply Co., geopSa
Ford Supplies and Repairs in Siock.
A REGULAR SUPERMAN
A farm hand who had worked every
day in the weeek from dawn tiil late
at night finishng the chores hy lan.
y
tern light went to the fanner at The
I end of the month and said: ''I'm go
ing to suit You promised me a steady
)
jbo of work
''Well haven't you sot on*.-. ?..*.the
astonished reply
"Xo said the worker There are
| three or four hours every night j* don.1
have anything* to d<> except fool away
my time by sleeping"?Buffalo Times
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SUMMER C0LBS:
Many have their worst colds
during the warm months. A
very little of ^
after meals, puis thai quahi::
into the blcoa that helps thw:>*
! tnat rundown conamon tnzz i
! so depressing, Build zip pc::-:
I vitality?try Scott's,
Scott ?-. lio.Tre, E?oo:rT. IS-* t,
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FOR SALE?One Ford truck in |
first class condition. Just been over
hauled.
X. S. GEIGER
Lexington S C
{NOTICE TOWN TAXj
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!
i Taxes for the town of Lexington will {
he due July 1^ and will be collected in
accordance with 'he following sections
of the town ordinances.
I
SECTION 56. The fiscal year ofj
the Town of Lexingon for the levy and
collection of taxes shall begin on the
first day of July and end on the 30th j
day of June of each year. The Town}
Treasurer shall on the 1st day of July!
of each and every year? open his office
the tax duplicates of the Town fur
i the collection of taxes for the Town!
I i
on all property^ both real and per-j
sonal^ returned for taxes in the Town:
of IfCxington shall be paid t^ thei
Ccuntv of Lexington at the assess-j
mcnt then next before and all such
taxes due by any person to the town
of Lexington sholl be paid to the
Town Treasurer on or before the 1st
day of August next ensuing^ the opening
of said tax duplicate for the col
lection of taxes.
SECTION 57. All taxe^ due the
Town of Lexington and which shall
I have not been paid on or before the
| 1st day of August in each year a pen i
laity of ten per cent, thereon shall hej
added by the Town Treasurer on the
Town's tax books and if the said tax
and penalty be not paid by the 15th
dav of August thereafter then the!
y
same shall become delinquent taxes
and the collection of the same be enforced
by execution and levy issued j
against the property of the defaulting
J tax payer^ as hereinafter provided.
| Taxes can he paid anytime during j
J the above period at the office of Joe M ;
Oaughman in the Home Xat'l Bank
building.
Joe M Caughman Treas.
t Aug. 15
Subscribe to the Dispatch-Xews
| A FAMILY |
MEDICINE
In Her Mother's Home, Says This
Georgia Lady, Regarding BlackDraugkt.
Reliei From Headache,
Malaria, Chills, Etc.
Ringgold, Ga.? Mrs. Chas. Gaston,
of this place, writes: "I am a user
of Thedford's Black-Draught; In fact,
It was one of our family medicines.
Also in my mother's home, when I
was a child. "When any of us children
complained of headache, usually
caused by constipation, she gave us
a dose of Black-Draught, which woi^d
rectify the trouble. Often in the
Spring, we would have malaria and
chills, or troubles of this kind, we
would take Black-Draught pretty regular
until the liver acted well, and
we would soon be up and around
again. Y'e would not be without it,
for it certainly has saved us lots of
doctor bills. Just a dose of BlackDraught
when not so well saves a
lot of days in bed."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
In use for many years in the treat[
ment of stomach, liver and boWel
troubles, and the popularity which it
> now enjoys is proof of its merit.
( If your liver is not doing its duty,
you will suffer from such disagreet
able symptoms a3 headache, billous;
ness, constipation, indigestion, etc.,
and unless something is done, serious
9 /-\ rv^OTT
UUUU1C itouiu
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a valuable remedy for these
troubles. It is purely, vegetable. and
r acts In a prompt and natural way,
regulating the liver to its proper
. functions and cleansing iho bowels of
impurities. Try it. Insist on Thedford's.
the original and genuine. E 79
IX MKMOir
sTrcii
Var.<lora K<i\vin Stuck son of Mr
and Mrs J W Stuck was born March
ill' ISdied with bronchial pneumonia
October 14 1 91 S and influenza
while 0:1 the water and died just
before the hip landed He was a men;
her of St John's Lutheran church and
was a faithful rue:-:her till death He
was drafted in the 1" S A July 191S
and sailed for Prance September 29#
191S He leaves to mourn his early
departed life father mother and a fu
ture wife four sister's and six brothers
two brothers are now in France
During: his last week stay at Camp
Joseph E Johnson hp wrote of a won
derful chancre that took place in his
heart He had accepted '"nrist as hi^
personal Savior He always complain
ed of tite hardships he had to endure
during the perio<l of his service'* lie
wrote pointing1 out different para
graphs of scripture that would com
fort him fie said God would take
rare of him said if it was God's will
he would return to his loved ones but
if not he would meet them in Heaven
Vandora was a good hoy and a faith
ful friend to all he will he* greatly
missed?his last sad message was
wait faithfully until I return
Gone but not forgotten
When you cross that groat blue
ocean
T thought that you would safely land
And fight that awful battle
That I believe was caused by man
But they ted the just before
You reacnen tne omer smr
That you took pneumonia and died
Within a short while
0 How well do I remember
When last we parted^
You said you would come home
If the Lord did not call you
To me and your dear mother
The ones that you loved best?
Hut now you have gone and left us
Where our loved ones rest
Hut if your grave he in the water
< ?r across on the other side
1 am preparing to meet you
Where the gates are open wide
For T know you are preparing
A place by your side
Where my savior will hid me come
When my body dies
If l could only see your face
With one of those sweet, smiles
T would labor faithfully
Until T could rest by your side
The time is swiftly nearing
Wivu all the hoys that live
She:: he home
Hut the gen!:< hm-hcrd has ..ailed
you
So i will not expect your return
"Oh how hard it. is to give you up"
No pen can write no tongue can
tell,
Hut 1 hope I w'il soon meet you
Where no tears are shed
fonie hoys who did not go
Will always he called a slacker
Hut that is so much more pleasuie
Than to he called a dead hero
For if you could huh e stayed with
n 10
They could call you what they
may
I know we would he happy
And close to your mother we*d stay
Your mother's heart is very sad
Hut mine is sadder still
For ! have no more loved ones
And no mother with to live
<Tis hard to break the tender c-orc
When !ove has hound 11m heart
Tis hard so hard to speak
The words we must lorc*cr pait
"lie Lord who's will
Mr,-' done w
Called my loved on* from me
And tool-: \c to your home
1 L:t ' k" on as that took you
In tun! d-o-sdful war of woo
>..-no d-y shall e
Who will fight 1 he i'<m
i , darling you have left me
Y'-c gotm for evermore
i ; > ;;;< ; y<?u
i t -;: :n 1 huppy shore
i fi;;<1 y thhours .".Mil s <] nrftho
loys
S j oiyo'i !y:'{ me
'I':' < i:' ! hope t<> moef you
> * * i .; i'' t rni'l huppy morn
Vmi <] )'. foriro'Jen
"Nor .! < vr I
!:!' j - jo our l?0<|**
\Y<? -.v M - jo': tin o
K;i i owe|! (lour out not forever
'i'iipiy v."ill 1" u n'l'?rioiis <!:i\vn
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hall iMeet to part no never '
he resurrection morn
Thy gentle voice now is hushed
; # i
j Thy warm true heart is still
And on thy young and innocent
hrow
Is resting1 deaths cold chill
I
Thy hands arc clasped so cold
And lonesome, upon thy breast
j And we have kissed thy lovely hrow
J And in iny painful heart
I know I have no darlinjr now i
"Written l>y his future wife.
T'.essie Derrick
DUPRE IS lil lLDIXC.
A NEW AUTO PL AM
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j V e<ls Koom lor (?nming isusiiies
j ..Cost JjWO OOiJ?Parmcrs I-?e More
Tractors ,
| The I>uPrc Auto Company has jusn
'.started woik on a large extension |
I to their plant ott the sou '.-lock of Gotvais
street This is made necessary hy j
I the increased tractor business^ the luij
! t'comnany ''ei a' t:it act nts for!
ia popular line of farm 'raet"as K M |
I lipl're hea?l of the concern states'
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j that tiie use of tractors hy the farmers!_.
Its ra;>i< 11v and the l.usiuessj
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j in t:t:^ line thronclm/i tee South is|
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growng hy leaps a.n?! h.tumis
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Mr 1'uPre states that farmers arc!..
u sins? t ra'tors to no their plowing^ *"jr
I run their gins ami thc-ir saw mills?in ' i
I
| short to do a large part of their farm j s
work The tractor is used for' field <
work and also for driving machinery 1.
The work of excavating for the new v
I>uPro building has just begun The (j
I building will he three stories above t]
ground with ;i cement cellar and will j,
I 1)0 modern in every detail It will be c
100 feet long and " wide The site .<
is just across Gervais street from the (j
present DuPre plant t.
Mr DuPre states that details of the a
building have not been worked out as c
yet certain what parts of his business (-|
will noonn\- thn now ctimotnro T t is ..
probable however that the Automo v
bile business and th.e fruit business .
will occupy the new building- the trac l:
tor department using- the present quar
ters of the DuPre Auto Company :f
The new PuPre building will repre
sent an outlay of approximated* '$."0 1000
?Columbia Record q
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There has been a. big come out in 1'
cotton and corn crops throughout the s'
county during the past ten days and
since the grass has been freed from
the plants
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ACCORDING TO lil l-i:
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"The German has a holy reverencei
or rales anil regulations/' said Ad-i^
niral Sims in a recent talk with a Ron
Ion wrter '<(|nc ot' our Yankee do- i ^
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trovers took a I boat crew prisoner;,,
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Unong them was a particiilalv square;,]
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ipuded lantern-jawed German ob-!r
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ioiisly a country bumpkin before he ^
exonerated into a pirate A midship.-n
nan thought he'd rag the Roche ajs
lit?particularly as lie discovered hejp
ould talk English?and asid to him:R.
So Fritz I an ess we're not going to
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o a thing to you You're ging to he I
aired feathered shot hamstrung!
y y y
nd pitched over the side of the boatj
'That's all.'' Fritz was not especially! n
azed by this program but evinced; t<
ufficient interest in it to ask: 'Did ! ^
ou say T vas to be drowned n de vaterj u
! ;c yes" 'You've cot me the first; ^
hue kid/ said the middy 'Veil . !! n
i^t 1 -aid Fritz. ' c*ixnediy 4 vat ever j ^
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BOL-STIKYTKT ('YMCISM ! fi
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''The Rolsheviki " said Fncle Joe'
annon at a Danville dinner^ ''take a j tl
ynical view even of marriage A Ht-j+i
e hoy said to one of our Danville Dol
heviki the other dav 'Father what do
icy call a man who isn't married?')
V bachelor mv son Well what'.
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oes a man call himself after he's mar , .
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ed'Mv son I'd hate to tell vou t
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Ari'l-'.R DKMOBILIZATIOX
"Demobilization " said Senator Mc
'umber "will cause queer happenings
n the business world A business man - ,
old me the other day that after demobilization
he expects to issue his or
lers in some such style as this: 'Cap
ain Jones will you kindly ask Major
imith to remember the monthly trial
alance and tell General Robinson to
end a statement to Stoxon Bonds I'd ^
ike Ideutenant Brown by the wav to
y ' >
idy up my desk
PAT AND TUT: PHANTOM
An Irishman awakening in the
ight^ saw in his room what he took
i 1)0 a phantom Tie seized a shotgun
ired at the ghostlike object then
enf back to sleep The next morning
e found that the "phantom*' was
othing but his shirt which he
ad hung over a chair
"What did you do Pat when you
Hind out your mistake?" asked a
rend to whom he told the story
"I knelt down?" he answered ''and
lanked the "Lord with all my heart
iat T was not inside my shirt when I
red"?LoPele Mele, Paris
It is said that chickens are higher
Lexington than they are in Columa:
but still they all go by
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