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" OALOMEL MAKES YO
Straighten Up! Don't Lose a D
Liver and Bowels With
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take
a dose of the vile, dangerous drug to
night and tomorrow you may lose a
+ Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, break.
ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you save 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
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take
a spoonful tonigift and if it doesn't
Buy unlimited life scholarship before Aug.
keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting and Engli
ment and Success. Great demand for gradu
Address KING'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
ONE FISH IS SOLD FOR $329
Return of Sturgeon to Delaware River
Surprising as It Wab Thought to
Have Been Exterminated.
Sturgeon fishing in the Delaware
river and hny has showed a surprising
ilprovenient over past years in the
number of catches and size of the fish.
the Philamlelphii Record stat es. Old
river men are mystified by the return
of the sturgeon, as it was thought these
big fish had been about (xterlmlinated.
Recently a number of exceptionally big
fish were caught, some averaging well
above 200 pounds and a few 300 pound
sturgeon have also been caught.
The cow sturgeon are just now filled
with roe antd some of the big ones yield
from 00 to 100 pounds, selling at $2.75
a pound at the wharves. One fisher
inan who brought in a 300-pound stur
geon last week was pal(1 $305 for the
roe and $24 for the fish, his cntch net
ting him $320.
Iharry A. 1)albow of Pennsgrove,
who has been buying caviar here for
many years, says that this is one of
the best sturgeon seasons in the bay
he has seen for a long time. There
is a big deinaiid for lie roe this year.
as Importations of caviar from Russia,
where sturgeon are enught extensively,
have been cut off by the war.
A Domestic Cataclysm.
hie (reading the news)--My dear,
I see there's another break in China.
She-I can't help it, John. Even
taking it out of her wages won't stop
Constipation generally indicates disordered
stomach, liver and bowels. Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills restore regularity without
iAIost lnll stria re l (extra oriiily.13
I'his treatment is the resultofcmany thears of study
an oxeronrein thesecltr. en
requthot b. the lute di Co .urtV
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Sodfr47 yeatry. aFrMlar InCilrs
and andr Aleo ar Fhity Geneal
Stredthndn Tonic.n p***ica*.''"n
Funtr Polish3.0 atl dgie a high aplis ato
al kin actid. an breae nAtha sl
costand oldausaes, trafmet. e.Senta o
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The fo New ye ral rament
Nand 6Fevero. sor ampie today.ale
frwill mil ou myCormufanyexcelletnt .O
PILUTOURE Ca URESinIthe
Temew InToErA, ramn
free.n kincieaseos.n Pric gt , ' C
60e at druggists, or 'direct froin
A,3.flihards Medicin. Cs.,Shsrnan,Tex
OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED
matter if broken. Send bparcel pest and reeiv
TothSeelralty" 201 . Fifh lb nee.l' ias rblF
pelvIo catarrh, ulceration and inflam.
mation.' ecommended by Lydia E.
Plnians Med. Co. for tern years.
A heeling wonder for nasal catarrh,
U SICK, UGH!
IJURY AND SALIVATES
ay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
"Dodson's Liver Tone."
straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning I
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it is real liver medicine; entire.
ly vegetable, therefore it cannot sali
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your slug.
gish liver to work and clean your bow
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep your entire family feel.
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe
and they like its pleasant taste.--Adv.
' Special Summer
RATES ARE NOW ON
15th and save $ro on any course. Book
;h Courses. We train for Business Employ
dtes. Send for catalog and full information.
Working Both Ways.
"It is the early bird int catches
"So does the early fish."
If you suspect that your child has Worms,
a single dose of Dr. I'eery's "Dead Shot"
will settle the question. Its action upon
the Stomach and Bowels is beneficial in
either case. No second dose or after pur
gative necessary. Ady.
She -Mrs. Scraggs dresses in awful
IIe--I know she does; I've tasted her
Maybe He Was Too Weak.
"I don't believe that mnan was real
"lie said he hadn't had anything to
eat for three hlays, and I told him if
he would split that cord of wood I'd
give him his breakfast."
"I e asked mie for his breakfast first.
Any man who was really that hungry
would have been glad to earn his
Now Is the Time in Get Rid of These
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the
prescription othine - double strength - is
guaranteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine-double
strength-from your druggist, and apply a
little of it night and morning and you
should soon see that even the worst freckles
have begun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom
that more than one ounce is needed to com
pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othine, as this is sold under guarantee of
money back if it fails to remove freckles.
Joke on Mother.
Returi'nhlg home one( afternoon, hitt le
Itit'hard'('s mlother' found him apparent
ly in great pain. Careful que'stioing
failed to disclose the cause of the
told thle mothler' that Richard lprObabtlly
wais in niteed of' tit oil so unlpopuhllr
wvit cb(hildhren, and5 she prloceeded to
aidiister ai gener'ous portion dlespite
the crying r'esistance~ of Richard.il A
few inulites later' the boy appearedit'(.
appiarenitly in great glee.
"I've got ia joke on nmot her-I've got
at joke on mothei'," he crlied.
Ml'mbers of the family were curious.
"'lotherci thought I was si'ck and
gave' me oil, but I got the toothache,"'
lie ('xtim ied btw~een laughs.
Rtichaird's earilier rt'teeneeit' was (lilt
to dreadi~ of thle dlentist's chair-In
How He Led the Class.
Tihere wvas sorhe dloublt as to whether
Jfohnny, age eight, of Muniicle, wvould be
prlomioted this year, his minad having
r'uan hrgely to baseball andit othei' mat
t ers e'xt itranous to schiool, butt lhe manl
aged to "pull1 through.'' As he came'
hiomue waving his report ..atrd his mnoth
'ir ask ed, rat her fear fuilly, ''Anti how
did you stand, son?'"
''Right at thle head ofi thle cl ass,'' was
the boastful reply. "Th'e t eacher t(o1l
mie thait if' the class were turned up
side down I'd he ati thle head, anad It
certinily was upishle down this moi'n
ing, he'(ause we din' t study oi' do aniy
thin g but1 shoot liaiper wads, whisper
atnd act ulp."-Indianapolls News,
She-Ar'e you going to enlist ?
H~e-Well, I woulh~l if I thought I
could not pass5 the examninatlon.
Canada's 19110 Irade with Britain
amounted to $821,t680,408.
"If I was
CLUB GIRLS CLASSES ENDS!
intsructlon In Club Work at Winthrop
College Brought to Close.-Many
Rock liill.-A great deal of interest
attached to the delivery at the sum
mer school at Winthrop College of
certificates to the 98 club girls who
have been the guests of the college
for the past two weeks. The club
girls have applied themselves assidu
ously to the tasks assigned them as
was shown by the splendid display of
articles they made while here. It
is considered marvelous that they
have ac('Ompllished so much in so
short a time.
Their commencement exercises
which were held at the open hour
after ('Impel, were an inspiration to
all. Their rendition of "Carolina" and
the canning club song were very
creditable. In the absence of Presi
(lent Johnson. Prof. Maginnis deliver
ed the ce i itilcates, preceding the do
livery with an explanation of their
signifleannee. In 1912 six counties
were engaged in the work with six
demonstra tors and 54 girls; in 1917
3(1 counties are engaged in the wor:
I with 36 demionstrtUors and eight as
sistants and 7,000 girls. In addition
to this, 6.000 women are engaged in
regularly organized eftet ive work.
The courses for women rover throe
years and are carefully plannel atjd
well executed. The courses for girls
cover four years. 'i'hese ctoursr's en
ter into all the phases of domestic and i
economic life of girls and women. The
"tomato girl," from learning how to
grow and can tomatoes, goes on to
other things. In the same way the
"poultry girl" passes out into large:'
The counties engaged in this work
pay the railroad fare and Winthrop
College provides free entertainment
and t iution to the prize winning girls
for the short courses which end as te
clay with a public commencement.
Many entertainments are given the
girls by the Y. W. C. A., the Chamber
of Commerce of Rock Hill, the sum
mer school faculty and others. Miss
Edith Parrott is at the head of the
home demonstration work for girls
and women. She is assisted by Mrs.
Dora Dee Walker, whose interest in
this important work never lags. Oth
er members of the demonstration fe.
ulty whohave seemed tire'ess in their
efforts to help the girls are Mr.
Clevealnd, Miss Smnlth. \Iiis Garrison.
Miss Lemon, Miss Barrett and Miss
The girls have had lessons in sing
ing, cooking, head and basket mak
ing . They have darned stockings,
taken notes and written recipes. In
addition to learning to work, they also
have learned to play and have heard
a number of rare lectures.
National Guard to be E~amined,
Charleston.-Gen. Wood and Col.
Roudiez, who is in charge of military
affairs, were busy arranging for the
calling out of the National Guard in
this department on July 25, and one
of the biggest. tasks is to round up
enough doctors to put through the
necessary' physical examninat iotts of thle
soldiers aftet' they have report ed for
dluty at their armories. The-National
Gutardsnmen will be held at the i r qur
ters for' about two wveeks after being
called out, and duritng that time they
will untdet'go rigid physical examitna
tions and tere will be a gener'al
check ing up of the forces. 'Tere will
evidently be no delay in tmobilizing
the Natiotnal Guatrd on July 25. as
every; preparait ion is beintg madL~le to
take carie of the big out pouring of
men. After a couple of weeks ait
ai'mories, the gttpar'dsmen will prob
ably be assembled at State camphs,
from which they wvill go t~o divisional
More Camps in South.
ICharleston. -Still more training
camps will be located in thle SouthI
eatsternt artmy dlepartmetnt for later
drafts, in the opinlotn of Gen. Wood, as
the wvar department is exlpected to flndl
that troops ft'otm the Central atnd
near Not'thwcstern States may' be sent
to the South fot' training almost as
cheaply as to the Mexican border,
whet'o they are tnow being r'oundedC~ into
shape, thus saving the cost and phty
sical unfitness c'aused by a later trip
to the Atl antic seaboard for etmbarka
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS.
Hebe Smith, a negro, was nccident.
ally dr'owned in the Saluida river near
Dreher's ferry while swim ming with
antot her negro. The body was re
The Young Men's Christian Associ
Iatiotn has forwarded to Charleston anid
Port Royal army tents wh-ich have
betn in storage at the city associa
t iotn for some time.
A boil weevil discussion will he
held in Sumter July 21.
lDt. J. IR. Boling of Columbia and
Dr. iR. (.. Ifamilton of Blookman, lieu
tenants in the Columbia Red Crosa
ambulance corps No. 26 left Columbia
they will joini their comupany now~ in'
last week for Allentown. Pa.. where
training at Allentown. The Columbia
ambulance company left Columbia sev
eral 'weeks ago to go in training. Drs.
B~oling and Hamilton have been wait.
lng for their commissions which they
received with orders to report immedi
ately to the comtmanding o~icer, Capt.
M. Hi. Wyman, also a Columbia phy
sician, at Allentown
HARD ROADS ARE NECESSARY
Big Essential in Using Trucks for
Transportation of Farm Products
to City Markets.
The farm trlk is lestined to play
an Iinportaint p It in the tnarket ig of
farm produce, butt in the meantttimie
fr rcuebuinhet Ititmuch attention Mnust hie 11!id to the
roadways over which they are to be
operated, in the opiilion of W. II. Satn
lers, Instructor in farm ntoitor in the
Kcansas State Agricultu r al college.
"To use a Iruck to ml *itn tnin, hard
roads are necessary," said dlr. San
ders. "Trucks hav e een used wviti
marked success for a nuuhe'r of years
on paved streets. All hough they were
used to transport food aml watrt('P to
the United States troops during the
recent occupation Of Mexlco, the war
department sool (lecid (ed tha1t hard
roads were a requirement in operating
trucks to the best advantage.
"Use of a truck on the farm saves
time and reduces the manlher of ntcni
required to do the farm haulliag. When
a truck is operatel on the famna great
er care will be used in laying out the
fields so as to give a more eflicient use
of power expended. 'Tlime will he
saved, because less tune will he spent
on the road between town and the
farm. The number of farm hands
will also 1e reduced."
PERMANENT ROADS IN FAVOR
Money Spent for Location, Grading
and Drainage of Roads is Use
Investing money in the proper loca
tion, grading and drainage of roads is
about the most permaninentlv useful
expenditure of public funds that can
he made. Usually courthouses are
considered typical of such an invest
ment, but a well-loented road is serv
iceable for a far longer period. The
courthouse is outgrown at the end of
a quarter century ; if it continues in
Road of Bituminous Macadam,
use longer- it must he1 reimodeled and
the public oflielatis ini it. (-lamtor for bet
ter (luariter-s. But a rond1( bild( out on
proper lines and gratdes serves tihe
putbile forever,11( Oid on 11 tht ccounIt
its locantionf shiouild he( made~lt by a comn
potent enlgineer-. I-urt hermor-e, even
the oetnl ronds should he laid out with)
tihe snmte enlre, so that3 as the country
develops thley will Iimlproive wit lbIt and(
not reqir e expeive ~'Jl urchiases for
new- right s-of-way. For-esighit in suchi
mantters will halve' vitimbile results
wIthin13a 0comparat331ively few years In
a country growing as fast as tihe Unit
FIRST ROAD UNDER U. S. AID
Will Be Located in Apache National
Forest, Arizona--Several Advan
tages of Highway.
T[he first national forest road to be
constructed under the fedeiral aid act
wvill be located In the Apaiche National
forest, ArIzona, ai survey for which has
been nulthor-izedl by Secretary flouston.
The proposed roadl will be 71 miles
in length and( cost ab1out SM42,500, to
be borne eqiually by tihe federal gov
ernmaentI and tihe locall community.
Among lthe advantages of the highway
will be the opening up of enormious in
dustrial resourices and a magnificent
recreation area for- tourist travel.
influence of Automoble.
Tihe Influence of thle automlobile up
On roadl Improvemlent is cons~tant~ and
omnip~resent. It reaches the remotest
rural regions and tends1 to convert bad
road1s Into good and good roads into
Cost is $800 a Mile.
The average cost for repair and
maintenance of 7,800 miles of hIghway
In ConnectIcut, Massachusetts, New
York, New Jersey and Rthode Island
for the year 1912 was about $800 'I
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Lind Feverishness and
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"TheIn dutns."' shil a n overninent oftl
clal at lunh'on. "galk lig abiout n
"ar ii ulenmity ant annexiIon, hut
they tlon't rne'atn whiait ihey say. They
just holte by Their big talk In the he
ginnintg to nitk e a bet'tIer bargain in
"bTe Iluns tire lik' the clup who en
tered1 the bank'r's liety' anti satla
'''larlon lme, but art' you carrying
antlleient life insurnre,' to satisfy your
"'i a,' sahl Ilt taker, stortly.
'C'ni ,lt i nte'rest y oui, thn . sir, in
aI paiyer plinian, o. ith elet rieni attaeh
itetts ait a thoau:nel dollrs?'
"'You eouibl not.'
"'Wlhat nhbout ni :Z'It-iinuuinted talk
Ing mnachine in satinwood ense, re
dudto CtoIse ven huindre'd antl lifty diol
"' "I wonder. sir, if an unexpurgatet
set of E1P. P tRoe, full 1'vant norocco
hlind tooled, going at five huntired lol
nlars. dirt cheaup, woubl :ppen'a1 to you?
"'N\o, it Wouhdn't.'
"'Wutnt to buy a filing eihint', sir?
"'Abenu. 'l'n want would you say
to this five-eent st i'k of siving soap
a nickel slick of shliving Soap. just
to get ril of me? Anything doing, sir?
'.ly g)oodntess, yes! I ~ere! To ke
"El "I'hin yott, sir, and goodia day~.'"
"DTo you thinuk yoiu hoy woublt h44
sa4fe'r alt homeii' t ini the. nrmiay ?"
"oti oai hii. 1-ver itimei t~here44 isia
thak4 iin thei' lupire."'
The ocea'stonal une of~ Romran TEye Dalsam
at night uapon retiring will prevent nnd re
i evo tired eyes, watery eyes, and eyo strain.
Newv5~ 4' st lles ar1e 4hit'ne thatl peopeiit
have*i fo'rgoa Itin.
IMake the Auto
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neede. A tache easiy am
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careulsyand tro ng ly tmae.
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to the maeamdoenrips h
0 les exense Anyne 1'l*
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know Th4
THE OENTAUN COMPANY. NEW VOURt 69T?.
Good for Malaria, constipatiom
biliousness - a fine tonic.
Guaranteed or money back
Ask your dernter
Behrens Drug Co..Waco.Tex.
R mn m n . nnn i u - -
r .i ~PS&
from a Bone Spavin, Ring B3on,
Splint, Curb, Side Bone, or Tiilr
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It acts mildly but euickly and good to.
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each bottle tells how. $2.00 a battle
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.A BSOR BIN E. JR., the antiseptic linimce
for mankind, reduces Painful Swellings, Er
larged Glands, Wens, Bruises, Varicose Veinsgi
heals Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell yom
more if you write. $1 and $2 a bottle *
dealers or delivered. Liberal trial bottle for 10e tama
w . YOJNR. P. I). F. 310Temole$i..Sornaf4M as
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6WAROLD OES 150 DE KALS AVE.. BROOKLV.MU. W
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Stay Work -Good Wagsa
Excellent, opportunity for handy men s.
advance in all trades. Can also use af
classes of Mechanics at Good Wage&
Apply in person to
Bethlehem Steel Co., Sparrow's Point, M,
'W. N. U., CH ARLOTTE, NO. 29--191V.
Do Your Hauling I
Fe Trailer e
it hauling. Always ready for 6
e to leave behind when not
|qukly to any car. A great C
arm or for general hauling. .
ams and Money :
e a team makes one, and at
~an run a car can do hauling
'hile the teams are earning
acity of 750 to 1,000 pound.. .
measurement. There are 12..*
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Wheels - Ford type.
prlces and full information.
Wananish, N. C.:
CIL TOOL CO., Waaish, N. C. .
base sead nae prices and desertption with fi 0
sation regardlng the DIxie TraIler.