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SOMEL WHEN BIL
I'Eiua'ntee "Dodson's JiveriToi
n Wei Cleansing You Ev
'top csingc% flsW l W makes you
ek. Do't lose a dayts work. If you
:; feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti.
- pated,.listen to mel
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
wiich catiebs necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile, crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that aw
ful nausea and cramping. If you feel
all knocked out," if your liver is tor
t pid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath is bad or stomach
sour just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson's Liver Tone.
- Here's my guarantee--Go to any
drtg store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a
"Do you suppose the women will
make any radical change in our laws
when they get the power?"
"Well, t shouldn't wonder if they'd
pass a laO making every day bargain
The average man has more ambi
tion than ability.
Achy Joints Give Warning
A creaky joint ,pT
often predicts rain. E/frf
eit also foretells in
ward trouble. It Ti
may mean that the
4- kidneys are not fil.- ?" Y
tering the blood -
and are allowing
to clog the blood
and cause trouble.
Bad backs, rheu
matic pains, sore,
nervous troubles, .
and urinary dis
orders are some of
the effects of weak
kidneys and if nothing is done there's
danger of dropsy, gravel or Bright's
disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the
most widely used, the best recommended
kidney remedy in the world.
SO? at all Stores
For Horse Lameness
Yager's liniment is a stable necessity for
spavin, galls, boils, sprain, strained
Ligaments, sweeny, wounds, cuts and swelling.
"Best Liniment on the Market"
Mr. Bert Martin. Wesley. Pa. writes: "I
had a horse go lame from a
We strain t wo monoths ago and tried
four ditderenc kinds of iiment
on himt nnd he did not get much
better. 1 got a bottle of Yager's
Lininent and lie is better al
ready. I think it is one of the
best linimnts on the market.'
At all dealers-An eight ounce
bottle for 25c. Prepared by -g
GILBERT BROS. & CO., Inc.
Baltimore, Md. s
We pay highest
net cash prices
It's not what the price list prornises,
but the money you actually get that
makes your prolt. We have built
up a large list of shippers through
treating then irly. We are un
usually liberalin the grading We
charge no commissions. We pay
all express charges. Write for our
- price list and spcciai offer.
Ginseng and We are the lar
Golden Seal et buyrs o,
United States and can therefore pay
r highest prices. Write fer pisce list.
: DAVID BLUSTEIN & BRO.
- 2 lbates Growing Ra, w rliouse
TRY THE OLD RELIABLE
For MALARIA CHIdLL
A PUNE GENERAA STRENGTHENING TM%!~
BRAME'S VA PO-MENTHI
The External Vapor Remedy
OROUP AND PNEUMONIA
If applied in time saves baby's life. Motheri
,- reeomnendl and tse It becase it Is safe and
sure. Price,25ce., 50e. and $1.00. For sale by all Deal
era, or sient Post P'aid eun receipt, of prIce. Sam
Die and isnteresting booklet sent on rey st
Eeep it, handy. BRAME MEDICINE CO.,11. Wilkesb o,N.C
Furs Have Advance
Ship toneogers. We lvellberalgradeg
full valuatincashan tlekreturns.Wi
have beatrnrketin America for Frs, Hides, ete
NIo mmlggon. Write today for free ~r e list
Kuuti FUR COMSPANYDept4 i ,IB .OMi
Oholce White Oak. White Pinto ansd othei
timber, plank and boards, If you have a sull
and can saw to order, wite giving paerticular'
of your timber and faclitiest.
G. ELIAS & BRO., late. Buffalo. N. Y
Hi M . Do a rke You i0
spoonful and if it doesn't straigh ten
you right up and malie you -feel fine
and svigorous I want you to, go back'to
the store and get your money.. Dod
son's. Liver tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
"Is your friend who has just been
talking about Mexico a carpet man?"
"Why do you ask?"
"Why, he says the trouble will 'go
to the mat when Funston gets on the
To Fortify the System
Against Winter Cold
Many isers of GROVE'S TASTELEsS chill
TONIC make it a practice to take a number of
bottles in the fall to strengthen and fortify the
system against the cold weather during the
winter. Everyono knows the tonic effect of
Quinino and Iron which this preparation con
tains in a tasteless and acce ptable form. It
purifies and enriches the blood and builds up
the whole system. Soc-Ady.
"What is your position on prepared
"I am in favor of it," replied Sena
"Do you think it will operate to
"That's my view of it. Anyway, a
candidate out our way who isn't in
favor of preparedness may as well
expect to have a terrible fight on his
Defining a Mugwump.
The definitions given by children of
certain words which elude the lexicog
rapher are sometimes amusing.
One little fellow, for instance, came
to his mother with a complaint the
other day and said:
"Myv., Johnny is such a mugwump
that I won't sleep with him no more."
"Why, Charley," said his mother,
"whatever do you mean? A mug
wump? What is that?"
"Why don't you know? But then
you women don't ought to be expected
to know nothin' o' pol'tics. But father
knows, an' he says a 'mugwump is a
chap what don't take either side, an'
that's Johnny all over. He sleeps in
the middle an' where do I come in?"
According to Orders.
Timetables are distinctly "subject
to alteration" nowadays, and frequent
ly at very short notice.
On a certain Irish railway a sub
urban train wvas taken off', and another
altered suddenly. So the station mas
ter told the porter'--whose name was
Pat, of course-to give notice of the
change to the passengers .as they
p~assced tile barrier.
Shortly afterward he heard a terri
ble dill o~itside his office. Going to
ascertain the cause, he found Pat ring
lng a liuge bell violently, and shount
"This is to inform ye all that on
and after tomorrow the ten o'clock
train will sthar't at nloineC-thir'ty, and
there' wvill bc no last train."--Answers.
Quit Coffee and Got Well.
A woman's coffee experience is in
teresting. "For twvo weeks at a time
I have taken no food bult Skim miflk,
for solid food would ferment and cause
such distress that I could hardly
br'eathle at times, also excruciatinig
lpain and hleart palpitationl and all the
time I was so nervous and restless.
"From childhood up I had been a
coffee and tea drinker anld for the past
20 years I had been trying different
physicians but could get only tern
porary relief. Then 1 readl an article
telig vo some 011e had been helped
by levingoff coffee anld drinking
Postum and it seemed so pleasant just'
to read about good health I decided to
"I made tile chlange from coffee to
1Postum an~d there is such a dlifference
in me thlat I don't feel like the same
p ~erson. \Ve all found Postum deli
cious and like it better than coffee. My
health now is wvonderfully good.
"As soon as I madIe tihe shlift to
Postum I got better and nIOW my troui
bles are gone. I am fleshy, my food as
similates, the pressure in thle chest and
palpitationl are all gone, my bowels are
regular, have no more stomach trouble
and my hleadaches are gone. Remem
ber I did not use medicinles at all
just left off coffee and used Postum
steadlily." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Postum comes in two forms:
Postum Cereal-the original form
munst be wvell boiled, 15c and 25c pack
instant Postum--a solub~le powder
dissolves quickly in a cupI of hlot water,
and, with cream and su~gar, makes a
delicious beverage instantly. 30c and
Bloth kinds are equally delicious and
COst about the same per cup.
"There's a Reason" for Postumn.
--sold by Groera
Phone Record r' of. in.
A record for phone calls is . a con
venience that every man will appre
ciate and a gift that will last indeti
nitely. The details for making a phone
list are shown in the picture above.
The cover is made of heavy. un
bleached linen, cut in a strip about
six inches wide and twelve long. This
is edged with buttonhole stitching in
black embroidery silk. Four eyelet
holes are worked near the center as
shown in the picture. A small spray
of red flowers, with green foliage is
embroidered in one corner and a bor
der, scroll and "Phone Calls" are done
in outline stitch' in black.
This linen cover encloses a tablet
on which names and numbers are.writ
ten. Narrow red ribbon strung through
the eyelets holds cover and tablet to
gether and forms hangers for suspend
ing the record.
Pin Cushion and Candle Shade
Certain patterns in Cretonne are
suited to dresser scarfs, pin-cushion
c( viers, slipper bags, candle shades
and other little furnishings that are
required for men's rooms. In the pic
ture a dresser set is shown, including
a scarf, pincushion and candle shade.
The cretonne showvs a red rose and
green foliage against a black and
wvhite striped ground. So decided a
pattern is to be most sparingly
used, and the scarf is therefore only
bordered with the cretonne. A
square pincushior is covered first on
one side with a small square of, the
cretonne sewed smoothly over it. For
the other side s'. considerably larger
square is hemmed about the edges and
pinned over the cushion.
The candle shade is madle over a
wire frame and consists of a circu
lar pieco stretched over the tel) and
sewed to place. A hemmed strip hangs
from the edge of the frame to which
it is sewed.
Pillow Cover and Dresser Scarf
Cretonno is the most etfective of
Inexpensive materials for making
beautiful gifts. It Ia at its best in
furnishings for the bedroom.
A pillow cover of cretonne and a
dresser scare of scrim bordered with
it are shown ini the picture. The pil
low cover is finiished with a hem all
arouInd, andl bound with black braid
about the edges. The open end fas
tens with snap fasteners.
Trho dresser scarf suggests the way
In which these strong, brilliant pat
Lorns should be used. A band of the
cretonne is stitched along each side,
leaving most of the surface white, as
a background for the pincushion or
other articles that may be covered
with the cretonne.
IFTS MOR MEN
Y ~Ji14ABOTTh MJ31
Golilal dfrIC ffSet f rhtma
Quaker collar and cuff sets of or
gandie are easily made and among the
most fashionable of dress accessories.
They make charming Christmas gifts,
and may be made at small cost.
Sheer materials, in cotton or linen,
are used to make them, with hem
stitching, . narrow lingerie laces or
embroidery in small sprays forming
the decorative features. A quaker set
edged with cluny lace is shown in the
Gauze Bag Holding Puff Balls
Gauze bags, made to hold individ
ual powder puff balls, are among the
popular new fads that make lovel:
Christmas gifts. They are made o
chiffon, silk muslin or gauze, gatheret
over a silk-covered embroidery hoot
Hangers of light satin ribbon are
fastened at each side0 of the hoop witl
The balls, of absorbent cotton, ar<
finished with tiny bows of baby rib~
b)on matching the hangers in color
As soon as used( they are throwr
F'loweredl silk muslin makes pretty
bags, with ribbon hangers matching
the flowers in color. The little bow:
are sewed to the balls. The bags hanj
at the side of the drossing case foi
tihe convenience of guests.
Calendar and Hatpin Holder
An attractive calendlar for a girl's
room and a hatpin holder are showr
in the picture above. The hatpin hold
or is merely a small pasteboard tubi
covered with moire ribbon with ti~n)
brass buckles, handle and strap~s of a
narrow ribbon. It simulates a golf bai
and a hatpin imitating a golf st~kle
goes with it.
The calendar consists of a circula>
piece having two small feet on oni
edlge, cut from a sheet of celluloid
Two small oblong openings, one long
er than the other, are cut opposite thu
The face of the calendar is deco
rated with a painted holly wreatha
and gilt lettering within it.
Two smaller circles swing on s
Pivot back of the calendar's face withi
the names of the months on one an<
numerals from 1 to 31 on the other
The tiny ptivOt is conicealed by ti.9 let
The calendar is supportedi like Ca
easel by a strip fastened on at the
Kidney Trouble OfteoaJ Cus:
Nervousness and Heart
T-o yere agp I was 'ba.d y dew
cot' able to ?o any wrk; suftered frb
servousnees, heart - Double,' kidney s.4n I
bladder:in-ba4 shap4; no appetite, utibi'
to do ally .wrk ; and- siCr usitag.siYbot.
ties of Dr. ' iimee S anp;Ioot, I feel
fine: amt in excellent health acid' ,aa do
most any kind of light *irk. Since using
the Swamp-IRoot I have been' relieved of
all the above troubles. I cheerfully give
the above testimony, and hope others may
Very truly yours,
J. L. DICKSON,
Westminster, S. C.
Sworn to before me,
S. L. IIROWNLEE,
Justice of the Peace.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to )r. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton N. Y., for a sample size bot
tle. It will convice anyone. You will
also receive a booklet of valuable infor
mation, telling about the kidneys and blad
der. When writing, be sure and mention
this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar si.e bottles for tale at all drug
The ship doctor of an English liner
notified the death watch steward, an
Irishman, that a man had (ldied in
stateroom 45. The usual instructions
to bury the body were given. Some
hours later the doctor peeked into the
room and found that the body was
still there. He called the Irishman's
attention to the matter and the latter
replied: "I thought you said room 46.
I whit to that room and noticed wan
of thim in a bunk. 'Are ye dead ?'
says I. 'No,' says he, 'but I'm pretty
near dead.' So I buried him."
REAL SKIN COMFORT
Follow. Uso of Cuticura Soap and
Ointment Trial Free.
By bathing and anointing these fra
grant supercreamy emollients impart
to tender, sensitive or irritated, itch
ing skins a feeling of intense skin
comfort difficult for one to realize who
has never used them for like purposes
Cultivate an acquaintance with them.
Sample each free by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere.--Adv.
An Outsider. .
"I suppose you'll be in the gay so
cial whirl this winter?"
"Who? Me?" repnld Mr. Cunrox.
"Not a chance. The further tmy wife
gets into society the tore she real
izes that I don't belong."
"I see where the poor Serbs are
making a sort of 'Movie' arrangement
about their sent of government."
"Yes; capital idea, isn't it. ?"
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for
a laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv.
It may be a small matter even if a
woman doesn't know her own mind.
The Kind You Have Always
in use for! over 30 years,
Alt Counter feits, Imitations
ExpeiIments that trifle wiul
.infants) and Clulden-Exp
What is C
Onstoria is a htarmless siub
goric, Drops and~ Soothi~n
contains neither Opium, 1
0ubstance. its~ age Is its gu.
and allays Feverishness. ]
Las been in constant use f<
Flatulency, Wind Colic,
Diarrhoa. It regulates
assimilates the Food, giving
The Ohldren's P.anaccar-T
In Use For 4
The Kind You Ha
vHE CENTAUR COMI
en and - Altention
I "'e sa **e~ * C. 5 niaena pie
sky h. Teu egut e'Ithe milin of idnre
"TeSoryf the St4 Trap" .. u
tsq a Irm" - b e mest kse i
Our Tam,, pply WI equip pee.
Wrilt at see u lift'ero.
It t4.he '
HAN FOR D$
For Galls, Wire
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846. AsA
Price 26c, 50c and $1.00
Di II 'OR WR1IE
All Delrs .C. Hanford Mfg. Cs.
BYRACUSE, N. Y.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver Is
right the stomach and bowels are right.
pel a lazy liver to CARTERS
Cures Con- ITTLE
stipation, In- IVER
and Distress After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PIICE
Genuine must bear Signature
The wrinkles caused by worry are
the result of worrying over some
thing that worry could not help.
There are women who put on airs
because that is about all they have
handy to put on.
Age and a little brother tell on a
or Cold Troubles
Vapor treatments for cold troubles are
better than internal medicines, as tho va.
\pors carry tho medication direct to the
.ungs and air passages without disturbing
When Vick's "Vap-O-lub" Salvo is ap.
plied over the throat and cheat. these va
pos, released by the heat of the body, are
nhaled with each breath. 251. to ij i.00.
KODAKS & SUPPLIES
We also do highest claw of f1nishing.
Prices and Catalogue upon request.
S. Galeski Optical Co., Richmond, Va.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 47-1915.
Bonght, and which has been
has borno the signature of
as~ been miade under his per.
supervisionl since its infancy.
no onie to deceive you in this.
and " Just-as-good"* are but
and endanger the health of
orience against E~xperanent.
;'dtuto for Castor Oil, Pare..
Syrups. It is pleasant. It
[orphino nor other Narcotle
aranUte. It destroys Worms
or more than thirty years 10
yr theo relief of Constipatio
Lil Teothing Troubles anJ
the Stomach and Bowels,
e' healthy and natuzral sleep,
io Mother's riend4.
)ver 39 Years
ive Always Bought
ANY, 90Ew YORK oryyv.
A tot prericin'ot erit.
600. anad si (OAt llrusgitt.
D 0ROPSY ?TREH. usually giyes qu o4
and short breath often gives niresr i e n
R. ThOMAS1E, REEN Successor te R
U1. If. Green's Sons. Box A. Chastsworth. Ga
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