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For BOWELS For sick headache, bad breath, Sour ,Stomach and constipation. Got a 10-cent box now. No odds how bad yohtr liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head aches, how miserable and uncomfort able you are from constipation, indiges. tion, biliousness and sluggish bowels -you always get the desired results with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets to-night; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nerv ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, backache and all other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. A 10-cent box means health, happi ness and a clear head for months. No more days of gloom and distress if you will take a Cascaret now and then. All stores sell Cascarets. Don't forget 'the children-their little in sides need a cleansing, too. Adv. One Good Shot. iill-Yes. I fired my rifle at the-bear twice., Jill-But you said you only had one load of ammunition in the gun? "That's right. I missed him the first time, but hit him the second." "But I thought you had one load of ammunition?" "That's right. I threw the gun at him when I hit him." To keep clean and healthy take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta. They regulate liver, bowels and stomach.-Adv. His Choice. "The fireman in the stable just now is looking for a horse." "I suppose lie wants a plug." SWAMP-ROOT STOPS SERIOUS BACKACHE When your back ach'es, and your blad der and kidneys seem to be disordered, re member it is needless to suffer-go to your nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It is a physician's prescription for diseases of the kidneys and bladder. It has stood the test of years and has a reputation for quickly and effectively giving restlts in thousands of cases. This prescription was used by Dr. Kil mer in his private practice and was so very effective that it has been placed on sale everywhere. Get a bottle, 50e and $1.00, at your nearest druggist. However. if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmier & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle.' Whep writing be sure and mention this paper.-Adv. Admonition Applied. "Young man, don't you know that it's better' to be alone 5than in bad c'ompany ?" Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties ol QUININE aud IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 Cents. Furnishing Cooks. "'There is a fellow who deals in treasures." ".Jewelr'y biz?" "Nope; employment ofice." GRANDlMA USED SAGE TEA TODARKEN HAIR She mixed Sulphur with it to Restore Color, Gloss, Youthfulness. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark, and luxuriant. Just a few applications will prlove a revela tion if your hair is fading, streaked or gray, Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul phur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get a ?0-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store all ready for use. This is the old time recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desir'e to retain our youthful appearance and attractive. ness By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disappearedl. and, after another application or two, y')r hair becomes beautifully dark, :u9ft and luxuriant. Ths @aration is a delightful 'tot I~~~to~t~'teand is. not intended for t1 t 'or preventionti MANNING INQUIRES ABOUT INSURANCE ASKS M'LAURIN AND M'MASTER HOW FIRE INSURANCE MAY BE OBTAINED. DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA Doings and Happenings That Mark the Progress of South'Carolina Peo pie, Gathered Around the State Capitol. Columbia. dov. Manning sent the following letter to Fitz Hugh McMaster, iniur ance commissioner, and John L. Mc Laurin, state warehouse commis sioner: "I am daily receiving inquiries from all parts of the state asking me how fire insurance can be obtained under the existing laws, and in view of the withdrawal of certain of the compa nies. 'The public is deeply interested and is entitled to any assistance that can be given. I desire this information In order that they may make their business arrangements. I ask that you will write me where and how the insurance can be obtained." Replies were received from Messrs. McLaurin and McMaster. Mr. MeMaster submitted a list of 18 companies, 12 of which he believed would continue to write insurance in South Carolina. and a list of 37 mutual fire insurance companies. Mr. MeLaurin replied that the firm of Samuels. Cornwall & Stevens, of New York, had given him assurances that they could handle the situation. lie gives his reasons for the high in suraice rates. lie also takes Mr. Mc Master for task for Inquiring Into the activities of Mr. Stevens and another representative of the New York firm on the occasion of their recent visit to Columbia. At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the South Carolina Ware house Association, the Laney-Odoin anti-con Iaet law was unqualifiedly in dors Asylum Repairs to Be Made. The supreme court issued a writ of mandamus requiring the comptroller general to issue warrants on the fund of $100,000 appropriated by the last .general assembly for repair work at the State Hospital for the insane. The opinion In the case was written by Chief Justice Gary and concurred iA by all of the associate justices. The actio'n to secure the appropria tion wvas brought by the board of re gents. The attorney. general held that the money could not be paid out by the comptroller general because the itemi of $100,000 was niot contain ed in the general appropriation bill and it was suggested that the matter be carried to the court for a decision. "The recaptiuletion of the various items ini the act, which provides for an approp~riationt of $418,000 to the hospital," says the decision, "also tends to show that it was the inter tion of the legislature to appropriate $318,000 for' maitenance and salaries and $100,000 for rebuilding, otherwise the item in the recap~itulation would have een only $318,000." Work on the proposed improve ments outlined by the board of re gents will be resunmed immnediately. C. Fred Williams, M. D., superinten dent, said that the plans call for' the completion of all male war'ds, the erection of a dining room for male pa tients, a central heating plant and the remodeling of several female wvards. New Pharmivacists Establish Record. Trwenty-six of the candidates who took the examination given at Sumter by the state board of pharmiaceutical examiners, or 87 per' cent, ipassed and will be permitted to piractice pharmacy as licensed druggists. This is the largest percentage of applicants ever to pass the e:lminiling board. Those who stood successfully were: W. W. Watson, Charleston; 3. L. Par rott, Bamberg; R. 10. Sadler, Charles ton; Rt. L. Byars, Charleston; W. H. Martin, Charlestoni; J. V. Thompson, Atlanta. CGa.; C. Il. Godfrey, Pehzer'; L. L. Bates. Charleston: D. D. West moreland. C'harleston ; Ruth BRhnie, Sumter; A. B. Jenkins, Raleigh, N. C. WV. C. Adams. Conway; L. R. Wilson, Chapel 11111. N. C.; IH. 10. Griffith, Greenwvood; C. M. Miller, Rock 11111; B. WV. Middleton, Gaffney; L. S. Bolt, JTr., Laurenis; C. A. Hinson, Greenville; D urhiam Count1 s. Glad sden, Max run son, Barnwell ; R. S. Hlirston, Raleigh, N. C.; J. I-. Thee, Chiarlestoni; J. J. Milford, Iva. Tfhe State Pharmaceutical associa tion will meet at the Isle of Palms on~ July 24-25. Fred H. Dominick Resigns. Fried Hf. D~ominik of Newberry, for three years asistant attor-ney general of Southm Carolina, resigned. Mr. Dominick announced that lie had re signed imimediate'ly a fter appear'ing' in thme supremie court1- ini the case of the asylum reg":its against the comptroller general. "I have no announcement to make for the present," said Thos. IH, Pepies, attorney general, when asked jf -he had appoinited Mr. Domlinie~k's *u1 gor. 'Mr. Doiihik said he jW4ui4 deVote 111 is t mftJ tO fis can Xof ogr' hhII|l TIU MENS SE MoLaurin Offers 'Ptre Protection. State warehouse conmissioner Johr L. McLaurin -has given out a state mont in which he said' that "in antici pation of the action of the Southeast ern Underwriters' Association in get ting companies to withdraw from South Carolina, and especially the threats as to insuratice upon property upon which loans are* outstanding in ,the attempt to force- the calling of the loans," he went to New York and had made arrangements there which weie ample to take care of all such insur ance. He stated that he believes the number of the withdrawals by companies from this state has been exaggerated and that after this ex. citement is over it will be found that there are plenty of companies in South Carolina to do the busine;s. "But if any one desires to place in surance, which It necessary on ac count of the present situation as the result of cancellations or refusals to renew; if they will write to me I will place the insurance in New York through the channels which I have arranged," he said. "The policies," said Mr. McLaurin, "will be written in comnanies whose standing is acceptable to the life in surance or mortgage companies mak Ing loans in South Carolina. I wish to reiterate emphatically that if any one is threatened with the calling of loans or in any other manner to the detriment of the business interests of South Carolina by the cancellation or failure to renew fire insurance poli cies, I can place this insurance in some of the best companies in the United States, and this talk about calling loans is mere moonshine. "I have been flooded with letters from insurance agents requesting that I furnish them the names of the com panies in order that they may form connections with them. I desire to say that I have not felt called upon to seek insurance connections for agents of companies which are with. drawing 'or may withdraw, but that I am simply seeking to protect the business intere1t'- of the people of Soutlh Carolina from threatened dis. arrangement by the Southeastern Un derwriters' Association and have per fected arrangements to this end." Governor Names Supervisors. Gov. Manning has named the follow, ing supervisors of registration: Fairfleld county-C. B. Rabb, 1. F. Stuart and ). 11. Robinson. Aiken County-W. M. Veritt, G. R Webb and J.10. Hays. Darlington County-W. C. Gondy D L. Scarborough and Marion Moore Marion County-S. Cecil Miles, '1. L Mace and W. M. McIntyre. Charleston County-T. H1. J. Wil liams, John T. Hawes, and George M Murphy. Greenville County-L. Q. Metts. Edgefield County--M. W. Clark, W E. Lott and W. L. Holston. Chester County-Hugh W. Miller. G. Bryan Walton of Anderson hai been reappointed for a term of three years as a member of the state boar< of examiners of public accountants. New Barn for Clemson. One hundred cows will next week occupy their new barn which has been constructed on the asylum farm at a cost of approximately $16,000. The~ barn was modeled after the dairy barn at Clemson College, n'ith addedl improvements and is considered one of the largest and muost complete in the state. C. Fred Williams, M. D., superin tendent of the state hospital, said that the new barn had been erectedl because the 01(d barn was inadeqluate for the needs of the institution. The old barn did not meet the require ments of the health officers. Feasibility of Packing Plants. Government officials began a trlp of several days through the lowet section of the state to investigate the feasibility of establishing a packing lant. Included in the party were: W. W. Long. head of the Clemson col. lcge farm (lemon stration forces,. and 11. H1. Rawi, chief of the dairy divis in, United States department of agri culture. Plans are under considera tion for the establishment of twoa plants in South Carolina. Tick Quarantines Raised. The Federal government has just released 9,739 square miles in the south fronm quarintine on account of the cattle tick. Of this ter'ritor'y 1,866i square miles are in South Car'olina as follows: Calhoun (all) 391; Saluda (all) 435; Lexingtoni (all) 833; Flor mnce (remainder) 207. New Enterprises Authorized. The People's Telephone c*omlpany of Bowman has been c'ommissioned,. with a capital of $500. The petitioners are: J. S. Cook, IR. 10. Smith and~ V. P. Kiser'. 'The Cash~ Store of Ridge Spring has ben comnmissioned, with a capi t~al of- $1,000.' The petitioners are J. B. Whitten and S. S. Covint. The Pauline Oil and Fertilizr com iany of Pauline in Spartantbur'g coun try has been comumissioned with a cap.ital of $6,000. The Columbia Auttomobie hc ealer's' association of Columbia has been 'omi missioned by the secretary of state, with a capital of $500. The petitioners are A. M. Gibbes and C. M. Ashill. 'I he association will promote the an tomobile business in the city of Co lumbia. TChe Commonwealth Butilding and Loan association of Charleston htas been enmmissioned, with a minimumn capital of $1,000 and a maximum cap ital of $100,000, The petitioners are: A. 3. RIley, 1I. I'. Kennedy, W. J. O'Hagan, Johri *M6ilter. Jtohn T. Roddey and Jam04s L .C0trove. NTINEL, PCK Nl, s. 0. STATE TEACHERS HOLD MEETINGS TEACHERS FROM ALL OVER SOUTH CAROLINA GATHER IN COLUMBIA. HOLD MANY CONFERENCES Numerous Interesting Addresses Are Heard and Important Now Courses Are Discussed. Columbia.-Xducators of South Car alina assemble in Columbia for the arnual convention of the State Teach. ers' association. The program coim prises sectional conferences, banquets and many important meetings and discussions. At the opening of the association proper the principal ora tor was Brue Rt. Payne, president of GeorgePeabody College, Nashville. The president of the association, Hienry Nelson Snyder of Spartanburg, delivered his annual address. Addressing the State Association of Eelementary Schools in the hall of the house of representatives at the state capital, William Knox Tate of George Peabody college, Nashville, formerly state supervisor of elementary rural schools in South Carolina. pointed the teachers ahead to the big responsibil ities which will be theirs in helping to make the readjustnonts which miust follow the present war and in which America nust lead. Prof. Tate term ed his address a "heart to heart talk with old friends," expressing his pleas ire at being back among his co-work ers after an absence of two years and assuring themi that lie keeps ii liie, with all educational progress in Soith Carolina. Over 50 colleges and high school teachers of English met In city couin. ci chiamber and organized the South Carolina Conforence of IEnglish Teachers. Officers for the ensuing ycar were elected, as follows: Presi dent, G. A. Wanchope of the Tniveir sity of South Carolina; vice president. J. C. Daniel of the Darlington schools; secretary-treasurer, W. T. Myers of Converse college. The department of siperintendence of the State Teachers' association met in the supreme court room. William C. Byniin of Georgetown, the presi dent, made an introductory talk, urg Ing a change in the certification of teachers, a two session school day and statewide compulsory attendance. J. C. Daniel of Darlington read a paper on "The Attitude of the School Towards Home Study," in which he ontlined certain plans for the elimi nain-f study trolubles. Another paper of interest was that by D. R. ltiiner of Bluffton on "The Backwater Pupil and What to Do With Him." A motion to ask trustes to order a two sessioni school day was tabled by a vote of 32 to 6. The resolution Iasking for- the divided session was in treduced by L4. M. Bauknight, suiper-. intendent of (lie Lantta schools. Southl Carolina alumni anid alumnae of George Peabody College for- Teach ers, Nashville, organised a perma nent state chapter of the general as Isociationi at a baniquet at the ,Jeffer soil hlotel. "Thie dinner- wvas much~i en joyed," an enthusiastic alumnlia said; "everyb~ody hand something to say." The registrationi of delegates reach ed1 a total (if mloreC than1 1.200, which is 400 in excess of the gross registra tioni of the meeting last year at Flor~ enee. Plan For FIremen. Orangeburg.-At a joint meeting of thle Orangeburg chamber of commulerce and~ agricultui-e and (lie Orangoburg firemen held at (lie cour-t house big p)lans were made for- the entertainment of the State Firmnm's Association which meets ini Orangeburg in June. This meeting was very lar-gely at tend. ed and Orangburgers are en thiusiastic over- the coming of tihe fIre laddies to Orangeburg. TPhe tourniament this year- will he (lie best yet. It is expected that 1 5. 000 people wvill lie in Orangeburg on the big (lay of the races. A special race course will be prepar-ed on one of (lie best streets and so far as the trackki concerinedI It will be na good Gap May Be Removed. Greenville if tihe Piedimont & Northern lines enijoy a substantiail in-. crease in revenue during the next six months, the "gal)" in the territory servedl will be elimlinaitd. That is, if tihe patrons of this electric road will rally to its su3port aiid thriow a large volume of busiess to (lie road for he nxt hlf yarlte line from Spartanburg to Gastoniia will be con. structed. A statemenit to this effect 'was maded b~y (Capt. 1'. A. Stnyth. a dire-tor' of the Pledmont & Nor-the'rn to the chamber of commerce. Packing House For Orangeburg. Orangeburg.--Orangebujrg's grea test meeting was held when it was piosh. tiv ely decided that Orangeburg would provide a $40.000 to $50,000 paicking house. The meetig was (onet of (lie most representative mneetinmgs ever lhekd ini this county and the court house was filled. 'The purp'iose of the meeting was to discuss a packing house for Orangeburg. W. WV. Lonp of the government agricultural die partmeint and of .Cemnson collegeC wr, tie pinIcipal speatkor, andi he camne 1ranehnin 'teive.. an naddress UGH! CALOrAEL MA CLEAN LIVER Al Just Once! Try "Dodson's Liv pated, Headachy-Dor Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel Ine and cheerful; make your work a ?leasure; be vigorous and full of am ition. But take no nasty, danger us calomel, because it makes you ick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, :hich causes necrosis of the bones. .alomel crashes Into sour bile like lynanite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and ramnping. Listen to me! If you want to enjoy he nicest, gentlest liver and bowel ,leansing you ever experienced just ake a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Aver Tone. Your druggist or dealer tells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Aver Tone under my personal inouey What He Wanted to Know. A countrynar while walking along k st reet saw a sigin: Please ring the )ell for the caretaker." After reflecting a few minutes lie valked up and pulled the bell. After :aithig a while an angry-faced man ipeared. "Are you the are-takher?" asked the ell-puller. "Yes: wlat (10 you want?" "I saw (liat notice, so I rang the )ell. and now I wait to know why you :an't ring it yourself?" FERY RED PIMPLES loothed and Healed by Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. Smear the affected skin with Cuticura Antment on end of finger. Let it re nain five to ten minutes. Then wash )ff with plenty of Cuticura Soup and iot water. Dry without irritation. othing like Cuticura for all skin roubles from infancy to age. Free sample each by mail with Book. .ddress postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, 3ostou. Sold everywhere.-Adv. Women Showed Their Skill. The skill with which wonn can to even the heavy work on a farn was Shown in a recent plowing mattcl at Aspull, Preston, Lancashire. England, The wife of a farier and her twenty one-year-old servant managed to beai all but one man competitor. Thit woman had only practiced plowing a week before the match. It is sak that the night before the match soni person had removed the shares an points of all the Competitors' plows rendering them useless. The womei wvent round the district in the morrn lng, bJorrowed rusty shares and fit tings. and got tnem ready for the( untch. Scored on the Students. Prof. ii. W. Lee of McGill linaiver'sity Law school was once addressing the )ntario liar associatlonm, andl the Os coode hall students were present. Of ourse Den Lee's address had to be utnctuated by the usual students' out ,usts. Deana Leo touched on ancient nd1( modlernl law and the methods oi awyers and judges. Taking up one lne of legal problemas, lhe said: "Now, II asked a lawyer of such and such tn age this question, lhe wold answer o andl so"'.or soinethinag to that ef 'oct. "lint, coming down to the pres nt day, if I were to ask the same luestion of an Osgoode hall student "instantly the noise begani. The atudents yelled and ('heered and ap ilaud~ed andi stampied on the floor anal iounded~ their (lesks. It was sonme ioise, but at last it subsided. Deanm Lee, unruliled, went oni to say: "if I :re- to ask an Osgoode hail student. 10 wouldl answer, 'I don't know.' "' SI. MaORiE Tm-AN EVER ncreased Capacity for Work Since Leaving Off Coffee. Mlany former coffee drinkers who have mental work to perform day af Ler dhay, have founid a better cap~acity nd greater enduranco by using Poa Lum instead of coffee. An lilinois woman writes: "I had drank coffea for abiout twenty ears, and finally had what the doctor 'alled 'coffee heart.' I was nervous and extremely dleshondent; had little men tal or physical strength left; had kid ney trouble and constipation, "The fIrst noticeable benefit which followed the change from coffee to Postum was the improved action of the kidneys and bowels. In two weeks my heart action was greatly improved and my nerves steadier. "Then I became less despondent, and the desire to be active again showedl proof of renewed physical and mental strength. "I formerly did mental work and hadi to give it up on account of coffee. bi: since using Postum I am doing hiar'i mental labor with less fatigue." Namer given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mlich. Postum comes in two forms: Postum Cereal-the original form must be well boiled, 15c and 25c pmack agE's. instant Postum-a soluble powvder dissolves- quickly in a cup of hot wo Ler, and, -with cream and sugar, miake a delicious beverage instantly. 30e arma >0c tins, isoth togths are afluaily deniious an'. ost al6u d'the saae per etti, ,ES' -YOR SI8 KI1 W0 BOWELS ,- M1-: er'Tone" When BIIlleis i k t Lose a Day's back guirantee that, ej6 .6 will clean your sluggish vor than a dose of nasty calornel 14, ( S it won't make you sic., Dodson's Liver Tone is real medicine. You'll know it next Ing, because you will wake up Ing fine, your liver will. be A your headache and dizziness- 04% your stomach will be sweet "d4y60t. bowels regular. Dodsor's Liver Tone Is enit' vegetable, therefore harmless a44 cannot salivate. Give it to your ohi dren. Millions of people are iksiuk Dodson's Liver Tone instead of gerous calomel now. Your drug~lst , will tell you that the sale of el60 is almost stopped entirely here. Unnecessary. ")o you tell your wife everything?' "It Isn't. necessary. My wife knows everything."-Detroit Free Press. And a miss may be better than male. Old Age and Death. AOLL th LLe Starthetivedr Your liver is the Sanitary 1epart. ment of your body. When it goes wrong your whole system becomes poisoned and your vitaltyis weakened. - The best remedy is Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup A purely vegetable compound. laxative und tonio In effoct. It cleans out your body, and puts enurgy Into your mind and muscles. We recommond this remedy be. cause we know from many years' experi. ence that it is effective. Keep a 1'ttlo in your home. 60o and $1 at your dealer's. THACHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Backacfte rheumatism. neuralgia. sprains and cheq t. pains disappear almost like naRic whie treated externally with Yager's Lininent. YAGERS LINIMENT " The Relief Was Instant'* r, vlr.n .aum.wlttylak 5.0 wrie. Wa naitan ,Alsohet lump on ruta f pai nltrouhle. Ater onm liliet II entirely di. Al all dealer.. An eight euunce bolis for 25c. Prepared by Gilbert Bros. & Co., inc. * Baltimore, Md. 'Make the Liver 'Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently but firmly corn pel a lazy liver to do its duty. ARTER'3 Cures Con. ITLiE stlpation, ln- IE digestion, ' PLLS. Headache, and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, MALL PRICE. GenUIne must bear Signature Get This FREE 5-Pass. 28 it.P. g nEit Iceut BUSH Anti te Agency for Yu ertl Get a Car Free and qualify to make $3000 to $500 a year and up in the Automobile BusS Free Auto Ofer. Writqu --oeea r oreiden. Adres we like ti hUSH MOTOR COLLEGE, Iue. OKPT. 401 --ii DUan anNG North Clark Street and Chicago Avenue. Chicago, ill. TRY THE OLD RELIABLE WCHILL TONIC For MALARIA Tis? A F'1E GENERALe STRENGTIIENNG TONKC KODKS& SUPPLIES ? SWnual.,odolighnat 'htas afatinishing. P rices -and (hatsiogaie~upon reqne~t... e.S. Galeski Optical Co.,. Rickne*13as.