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STATE DOES WELL
POUTH CAROLINA'S EFFORT T
PRESS WAR PREPARATION PRO
GRAM REVIEWED BY GOV.
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBI
Doings and Happenings That Mar
the Progress of South Carolina Pec
pie, Gathered Around the Stat
In a letter to George Creel, head c
the bureau of public information i
Washington, Governor Manning en
phasizes that Sout!6 Carolina.is doin
her full share in the war preparatio
program. Mr. Creel caled on th
South Carolina executive for informi
tion relativo to the response in Sout
Carolina to the different Liberty loam
Red Cross and other war activity can
paign, the number of men volunteel
lug in the different tranches of sere
ice and a statement as to working c
the selective draft in this State. Goy
ernor Manning emphasized that sul
scriptions to Liberty bonds, Y. M. C
A.. Red Cross and other activitie
wete in excess of the State's appoi
tionment and that the people had re
sponded willingly to the selective ser
ice program. The letter by Governe
For information concerning th
firs', second and third questions yo
submit I would refer you to the arm
and navy lepartments.
"In regard to your fourth questio
I will say that the war department ha
made so many changes in the Ni
tional Guard of South Carolina th
there are no records here to show th
gains since the declaration of war an
the only available statistics are no'
in the office of the provost marsha
At Head of List.
"South Carolina was the first Stat
In this division to come up to its fu]
quota in the membership campaig
for the Red Cross. Her membershi
before the recent campaign was 25
115. The memberrship she secured h
the drive 24,144 and her total men
bership now is 49.269.
"In regard to 4euth Carolina's sul
scription to the Liberty loan, her a
lotment was $12,000,000 and her sul
scription was $18,862.300.
"South Carolina's allotment for wa
work, Y. M. C. A.. was $200,000 an
her subscription was $209.019.93.
"Public sentiment has steadil
grown to the realization of the ser
ousness of the war, and I am justifle
in saying more and more that th
safety of our institut ions and the saft
ty of our freedom and rights is F
stake. andl thati It must be fought ot
to ai victorious conlcluslin, with a gua
anltee of lasting peace."
The lettecr from Mr. Creel read:
"My D~ear Gov.erner:
"The P'resi"ent has asked me
check up, On tihe various States wit
reegard to w'ii prdigr'ess andt gener
i eondlit les withi resnect to public se1
timent. May T ask thait you turn thl
letter over to some authoritative pe
son. dliretctinig hiim to (coleet the info
mnation as5 sooni as possible? I sha
appreciate it as a great favor.
"1. Number of voilunteer's for regl
"2. Number bf Valounteers for nay
"3. Number of volunteers for m
"4 Present enlisted strength
the National Guarid. showIng gal
since the dleclaration of war.
"5. Subscriptions to the twvo LU
"6. Tlrd Cross contibut ions.
'N'. Statement wvith regard to ti
operation of the seective service lal
"8. A short statement as to ih
public sentiment with relation to tU
-Canal Ownership Up.
Governor Manning has signed th
s.ct, passedi at the re('ent session
the general a5semliy. empowering th'
state canal commlissiion to (ciintiue ii
investigation into the olwnershlip)
the Columbia canal. T1y thle provision
of the act, the c'oimmissioin is empou
ered to summons before it such pe
son 01' persons as tile commlnission mnr
deem proper and to require suchi pe
son or persons to answer uipon oat
- aniy and all questions they may deel
relevant to the invest igat ion. Powr
** \ is also granted to reonire the produi
tion of anjy and all hooks. papers
-)the~r dlocuments, in determniniing th
various' ramificationi of the canm
New Enterprises Char'terecd.
Thle Coming 'r'ee Corporatlonll
Charleston county waIs charitei'ed wit
a capital stock (of $6,.000. C. F. Sirel
hiaker' Is pireiet; Y'. (I Siebels
vice-pr'esidenlt ;an 114 f. M. Pi ncknte,
secemar y and(1 teasurmr.
The ('arolina Woo'(d shop of Coins
b)1a wias commii'ionecd with a iprono;
ed capital :41ock ot Sii000. Maniufal
ture' and1( sale of 10 novllties a1nd furn't
illre anid :agiciuilinr',l 1and mechana hi
devuices is (cOntempil ila led. Petit ioneri
are: .T. C. ilyri Anr1 ind M. Pratt
Delegates Are Named.
The following is the list of del.
gates appointed by Governor Ian
ning to the sixth annual meet lng of
the United States Good Roads Assoel.
ation, which moos in Little Itock
front April 15 to 19, inclusive:
W. A. Stevenson, Abbeville; E. B.
Gunter, Aiken; J. Mack Icing. Ander
O son; I. F. McMillan, Bamberg; 13. 11.
Dyches, Barnwell; J. I3. Walker,
Ileaufort; Lewis W. Hill, Ridgeville;
V. J. Wise, St. Matthews; William
P. Cantwell, Charleston; J. M. Jen
kins, Gaffney; B. G. Anderson, Ches
ter; E. It. Knight, Chesterfield; J. E.
Kelly, Manning; B. R. Ulmer, Walter
boro; W. C. Gandy, Darlington; W.
C. Easterling, Dillon; C. E. Kiser, St.
George; R. N. Broadwater, Edgefield;
k D. R. Coleman, Jr., Winnsboro; A. 1.
Ervin, Florence; M. L. Bethune,
- Georgetown; W. H. Willimon, Green
e villa; J. B. McCombs, Greenwood; B.
H. Tuten, Hampton; A. C. Murrell,
Conway; J. E. Gill, Ridgeland; W. C.
I West, Camden; J. C. Cook, Lancaster;
H. B. Humbert, Laurens; C. T. Evans,
f IBishopville; C. E. Corley, Lexington;
n C. C. Rogers, Marion; J. H. Lewis,
L- Bonnet tsville; J. H1. Lyon, McComick:
g J. C. Sample, Newberry; W. C. Foster,
a James B. Craig, Pickens; Andrew Pat
o terson, Jr., Columbia; G. W. Lang
e- ford, Saluda; W. H. Broom, Spartan
ih burg; L. E. White, Sumter; J. .P.
1, Jeter, Union; .J. I. llammett. Kings
tree; C. W. Iloyd, York; A. C. Sum
- mers, Columbia; H. W. McCreight. Co
lumbia; F. H. Murray. Columbia; MaJ.
f 11. G. Thomas. ('harleston; Prof. Hale
Houston, Colmson, College; Prof. A. C.
-Carson, Columbia; C. 0. 1-earon, Spar
. tanburg; Thomas W. Cothran. Green
s I ville; T. K. Foster, Union; A. C. Ken
" nedy, Union; J. T. Bradley, Union;
J. B. Bedenbaugh, Union: E. W.
r- Stone. Union; G. P. G "nlshall. Union;
r J. A. Hertz, Charleston; T. Allen Le
gare, Charleston; Frank 1.. Towles,
e Meggett; Milliam K. i -Dowell,
u Charleston; \V. C'. IHawey, Charleston
y C. O. Goodwin. Travellers' Rest ; John
D. Wood, Greer; J. W. Norwood.
a Greenville; T. Keith Iegare, Colun
s bia; John F. Weekly. Ulmers; A. W.
i- Knight, Bamberg; J. A. Banks. St.
t Matthews; A. V. Snell. Charleston;
c H. H. Abrams. Newberry; George T.
rl Little. Camden; T. A. Scarborough.
v Orangeburg; James 1-1. H1ennegan, St.
1 Matthews; P. W. Sullivan, Honoa
I Path; J. H. Gosnel. Switzer; Alva Guy,
Lowryville; F. H. Hyatt, Columbia; J.
e J. Fretwell, Anderson; LaCoste Evans,
l Hartsville; Joseph A. Berry. Orange
a burg; Williams G. Sirrine. Greenville;
P John D. Harris, Greenville; E. H. De
. Must Make Application.
Beginning on April 1 all consumers
of coal will be required to make writ
ten application for their annual re
quirements before the coal dealers will
be permitted to make deliveries of coal
to them. Forms of application have
'r been prepared by the state fuel ad
d ministrator, in accordance with in
structions from Washington, and sup
y plies of these forms were forwarded to
i- each city and county fuel committee
d chairman throughout South Carolina.
e ''hees forms require the consumers
to state the quantity of coal required
Lt during the year ending March ;1., 1919,
it the quantity dlesired for immedia te de
r- liver'y, the quantity of coat consumed
during the year ending '\arch 31, 1918.
the quantity of coalI now on hand, kindl
of building andl number of rooms for
- which the coal is desired. and the
0 name of the coal dealer withi whom
h the order for' coal is placed. These
il forms are to be signed by the con
1- sumers and "any person who wilfully
is makes a false statement upon the ap
r- plication is subject to pr'osecuti101 lun
r- dcr the Lever ait which ;mposes ai pen)
11 alty of $5,00t0 tine or twvo years im
prisonmnent, or both."
ITwo More Canneries.
y. L. S. Wolfe, farmi demonstration
&- agditt, of Orangebur'g, annunuiced that
two more Cn-operative cnnneries have
)f beoen organized in Orangeburg c'ounit y.
ni Thi-a makes three for' the county. One
is located at Eliloree, one at North
a. and the eot' at H-olly' Hill. Last
year there were only three ('o-opera
tive canneries in the State and the
e first one of these to he organized was
.at Elioree. This canneryv was a suc
0 cess from every stalnd)olint and those
0 interested are planning to make this
season better than last. The other
two canneries began operation this
year under favorable circumstances,
Sall having acereage enough to supply
them already pledgedl. Farmers of
these sections ar'e plantinug heavily of
tomatoes and it is expected that be
'fore long this cunt y wiill be0 recog
nizedl as a tomto canning center.
-Large Castor Bean Acreage.
Ninety-t wo acres of castor beans will
,lhe pianfedi in Orangeburg county, it is
h leinre. These beans are to be used
ftumkig lutbrititng oil for t he
rTLiberty motors. but contracts for this
-numbher of acr-es have alreadiy b~een
eNotices of appnintment wili he sent
to thle delegates from the hieadona r
ters of the assotciatlion at iirmingham.
The National Printineg ad Stamnt
Comnpa ny of Mariioni w.as commiineist
ied. Publ ication of ne'w ,capers an ii
S!general at amip and statimmrv'' lhusin.:s
S l'4 cont emplated.- The pr-o o')'ri '-apit,
stock( is $2,500. The pt-' '1ioes I
J1. TT. Angel and L. 1. A , -c. hoa it
'FiThe Pilan ters' Wa rehousec of Ni 'ho
was commiiIssioned withi a pr-opoa
I- caplitatl st ock of $1 5.0090. The cc
i pan y proposes to b'uy an el i ti bler
a Pet it ioners a re . 1. Ibfit tl, I. L.
I rj'. and Mr W-. Battle
WOMEN TO WORKr
FOR LIBERTY LOAN
SOUTH CAROLINA HAS BEEN
THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED -
HELPED FLOAT LAST ISSUE.
CHAIRMEN FOR EACH COUNTY
Women Will Endeavor to Surpass the
Mark Made by Them Last Year
When They Raised $3,500,000.
Columbia.-The State of South Car
olina is being thoroughly well organ
ized by the woman's committee of the
third Liberty loan, and chairmen, with
their assistant subehairmen and a
fully organized working unit, have
been formed in every county in the
State. While the women will endeav
or to surpass the mark set by them
last year when they were instrumen
tal in placing $3,500,000 of the bonds
in this State, will in every way co-op
crate with the men's committee.
Following are the chairmen who
have been aplpointed1 by the women's
committee for the various counties of
Abbeville---Mrs. M. T. Coleman.
Anderson---Mrs. J. R. flrownlee.
Aiken-Dlrs. V. 1. Duncan.
Bamberg--Irs. Blanche V. Faust.
Barn well--liss Clifford liarratt.
Beaufort----liss Inez Lomherg.
Berkeley-irs. Loka Rigby.
Cheroklo---Mrs. G. G. flyers.
Calhoun-Miss Rebanca Wimberly.
Charleston---Mrs. R. Goodwyn Rhett
Chester--Mrs. P. G. Love:
Chesterfield ---Mrs. II. P. Lynch.
Collet on-Miss 'Tweefie Fielding.
Clarendon--Miss Corinne Barfield.
Darlington-Mrs. 1'. E. Sligh.
Dillon-Miss Izla McKinzie.
Dorchester--Mrs. Otey Reed.
Edgefield-Miss Elizabeth Raini
Fairfleld--Mrs. A. T. Moore.
Florence-Mrs. F. M. Willcox.
Georgetown-Mrs. L. M. Overton.
Greenville-Mrs. J. C. Cary.
Greenwood-Mrs. Foster MeKissick.
Hampton-Mrs. N. E. Aull.
Horry-Miss Annie Derham.
Jasper-Mrs. W. H. Taylor.
Kershaw-Mrs. Cora Ancrum.
Laurens-Mrs. W. E. Lucas.
Lancaster-Mrs. Mollie J. Perry.
Lexington-rM.s 1. F. Rucker.
Lee-Mrs. V. M. Reid.
McCormick-Mrs. Albert Gibert.
Marion-Miss Mabel Montgomery.
Marlboro-Mrs. I. H. McColl.
Newberry-Mrs. M. C. Morris.
Oconee-Miss Rnth E. Berry.
Orangeburg--Mrs. R. II. Jennings.
Pickens--Mrs. James Cary, Jr.
Richland--Mrs. W. D. Melton.
Saluda-Mrs. If. II. Ellis.
Spartanburir-- Mrs. R. B. Cleveland.
Wi Illimshuirg- -al i ss Amnd na Ed
Vork (WVest ern District )--Miss Le.s
sic WVither spoon.
Should Not Write Such Letters.
Cainp 5evi-r. C reenV ille.--Officers
here arec const antliy saying that too
many (earful let t ers are r-eceiv-ed by
he soldiers from the folk back home.
These lettIers make the soldiers home
sick and uneasy wvhen other-wise they
would he contented anad enarefree, andi
froquent ly the things comnplined of
are too tirivial to menit ion and1( the
Ihonsehold was never better off in its
existence. Deside being out of taste,
onl aceounit of t he disproplorLdon of the
cr~tifices which those left. at home
will endlure to those which the sot
dliers wvill make, suc-h Iettersi nneour
age desertIon or applications fot' dis
char-ge on account of de~p~edents.
Dr.nib Mary SIms Dead.
Cou an-Or. Mar-y Lyles Sinms
died at'her home. 1711 Gervais stireet,
after an illness of several months. Dr.
Mary Lyles Sims was born in Union.
Octob~er 5. 1 8tf. She was theonly
c-hild of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lyles. On
her paternal side she descended from
the Lylos family of Revolutionary
fame. who were the first settlera~ of
old Fairild county.
Camp Site for Bailey.
Greenwood.- - Col. F. N. K. Bailey
'ad Maji. R. B. Curiry of lBailey Mili
tary inst it ute hav-e ret urnedl to Gfreen
'vood fronm a trip throuigh thie moun
'nins of Western Nor-th Citrolina
where they inspec-ted several sit es for
the location of the Halley ramp for
he summer Upon their return an
iouneounent was made that. they had
eased the build ings and grounds of
'lie well knownt Medford farnm ntear
.ake Junnaluska. This is one of thle
uost beaut iful spots in the mountains
'f North Carolina.
Dividends in War Savings Stamos.
C'harlest on--To the First Natitonal
'ank. ef Florence, S. C., falls the dis
nelion of being the first bank ini the
'tinltry to adopt the plan of paying
videnids to stockhtolders in Wa Sav
N' St am ps. This hank. according
>nit official report received fronm
-hintgton, hes set the pace for ihr'
ontr y in (his rrespect,- anad is closil v
wecd by'. the Uniion National Banak.
' Cohnh la, w ~hi ch also pays st ock
oiuders 'divlltends in War- S'avings
amin anrd liberty lont,Is. flankf
EXCHANGE ITH NEWSPAPERS
Railroads Will Continue to issue
Transportation in Exchange "for
Advertising Space in Papers.
Following is a statement that will
be of interest to newspaper men and
others of South Carolina, given out
by J. L. Mims, president of the South
Carolina Press Association:
Soon after Director General 'Me
Adoo took over the management of
the railroads he issued an order an
nulling the contracts existing between
the newspapers and the railroads pro
viding for the exchange of transporta
tion for a(lvertising space up1oni a
business basis. Relieving that this or
der was issued wit hout realizing fully
the consequeinc or effect it would
have on the itewslapers, depriving
them of a consideiable volume of leprit
imate biusiness. and believing that if
the attention of Mir. McAlAdoo was call
ed to the intaI(t.r he would restore the
advertising arrangements hitherto ox
1st lug between newspapers an( the
railroads, I called a meeting of the
executive (olnitiittee of Iie South Car
olina Press Association, to he held in
('oluibia ahout a io1nt h ago to (oni
sider the mttntter. The meeting was
largely attendted ani after a full dis
clission of every phase of the ad ver
I isign matter a committ ee wit h August
Kohn as chairman, was appoiuinted to
conifer" with thie proper aut horit is ini
Washington. \ir. K Nhii wI "1nt to Wash
ingt oni a nd held several conferences
with m110n whose positionis enabled
them to present lb e matter effectively
to the proper off'vials. I a m gra titled
to be able to announce that i r. Kohn's
efforts have been siuteessfnl as set
forth in his report as c-hairmian of the
.. .4Ci.J committcc which I have r(,
Among other things Mr. Kohn sayi
in his report: "While the present ar.
rangement seems to be only for this
year. I have no doubt that it will be
contin ned an11d extended." Mr. Kohn
states that Senator K. 11. Smith is en
titled to more credit than any one
else in bringing about the restoration
of the advertising arrangement be
t ween the newspapers and ithe rail
roads. I desire in behalf of the news
paper men throughout the state to
thank Mr. Kohn for his efforts in our
behalf. J. L. Mims,
The Standing by Counties.
War Savings sales by counties in
South Carolina based on total sales
County Total Sales. Per Capitr
Beaufort ....... $ 45,592.75 $1.54
Charleston ..... ,321.25 .99
Orangeburg ... 121:12.50 .33
Spartanburg 30,725.75 .32
Anderson ......21,6775 27
Marion ........6,357.00 27
York ...........14.040.00 .26
Richland .......1488675 23
Oconee ........-- - 703.25
(hester ........-- - 596.75 .21
Kershaw ...... 5 .1
T)arlington ..... 695 0 .17
Calhoun ........ 0 .1
I-loren-e--.....--. 1 (t 1
llamlpton--.....--. 117 1
Aikenl- -.......... - 75 .1
Lexington ...... .1
(Chesterifield---.... 100 .1
TEdgetielId--....... .!t75 .1
\larilboiro---....... 91 t.O 1
Oberoknee ...... .1
Gr-elnwood -.... i~ - 5 1
B1ambe~lrg---....... 61 ~l "
31eCer-mick .... !21.tt 0
Gr-eenivhlle ...... 7 .0
Tsarnwell--........ 0.7 O
I anurenis---........ 75 .0
N4wberry ...... ~
A )/ ie --- - - - 2 0 0
Wtill.1'm.U - . 7250-0
Lant-aster ....' 2.5 0
G;eor-et own ..., 75 .0
hamt ~el--------230.728.75 .02
SOUTH CARLINA NEW iTL
I. 9 - 1
I r.985omngor( 1100 f .17tii
tiler~ taigeat ing 50tntaini5
ytnt~-rn Yi-k .9'1 li0 t 15t
iit'rtiher 5t.th 14iggun .14 i-m
ed o themoot .71s3d.5 io .
tona! ow we-c .As uit9.75 tij .
sil-i-whult he 7.av iit't' .12diuh
fi-oi t- ih mo'n41.nn n I i giI.12b
or hi- gils ,h749.75iet t-ts.1
eraitlv lt c-.-t le .75U .11iis i i
icriv Voh ttOhhi t i,9 -lu0 r rif .
W. A Wilins ,. wh 00s bee I
ii t orsey-it 937.ot ti 0 .10hO ti-o
hit thugi it rilinlu 00 .isetlt0d
hitc'.al-I ltt 3,- ' 1-- 1 7it t.1al 0eir
P ~ 1919. 2.h* .75l etl.6
v ht in~ r-n -(il 917 75 .06~iiist
GENERAL FOCH HAS
ALL FORCES OPPOSING GERMANY
IN FRANCE ARE FIGHTING UN
DER SINGLE COMANDER.
EARLY 'STRIKEBACK EXPECTED
Germany Claims 70,000 Prisoners and
1,100 Guns Captured Since Drive
Began-American Forces Offered
The entente forces opposing Ger
many in Francee are, for the first time
during the war, lighting under the eon
trol of a single connaunder. General
FO('h, the great French strategist, to
whom has been accorded much of the
credit for the victory of the \1arne
in Septenher, 1914, is generalissimo
of the entente allied a1rmiies in France.
'This report was received in the form
of an unofficial dispattch from Loandon,
but in the evening it was officially con
tried by advises to Washington from
Iarly in the day, 'resident Wilson
st11 a personal (atble lessiage of coin
gratulation to Geoneral Iloch atl Gen
('ral P'ershing placed at the disposal
of the l'r'n('h c(m ianider the Aminer
tan for(ces tnow 011 'rench soil. Gen
eal 8 - h is givnou' snprem1110 e coima nd
ovie' all lt' mn11(1 on the hattle lines,
and, in aediit ion, has a sttategic re
SrVe fortc'', the size and location of
which is not known. bttt whi hi, judg.
ing '(roin reports:, is very large.
After eight days, drinig which it
has swept forward ovet' the rolling
hills of Pieardy, at times like a tida
wa.ve, the Gecrmian offensiye has slow
ed down. Instead of a sweeping aul
vane. its progress has been checked
at all but. one sector of the front, and
there it has been merely creeping for
Ito last f wo lays---this fact even ad
mitted by the German war office,
whihIt usua11y concedes nothing.
Froin Arletx, north of Ai'ras, to Al
hert, on the Somme, the liriisit liney
have been holding stubbornly and.
have thrust back the Germans at i
number of points. From Albert south
to M1ontdidier, there has been a slov
movement to the west, but the hillh
west of Mont didier are still being beh
by the French. No ground has heel
made against the French along th
southern side of the salient drive
into the allied lines, while it is at
sorted that the French counter a
tack from Iatssigny to Noyon is sti
going on. The extreme depth of th
German wedge now is about :17 miles.
Soon, If Effective.
Whein this blow, if It cones, wil
tall, or whore, is as yet sealed In Ih
minds of the men directing the. prop
ress of mil itiy aFft irs for the allcs
ht seeimingly'I tl must ((om11 soon, i
it is to ha. i'ffotive. 'lTe UOIrIuanl ad
Vanc 21nIowti is contver'giin oni A miitns
the ra-ilroad cenlter of inorilin'-rn Frami~-e
wh ich Is knownvi to lbe thle gan tglim
fr-o-n which r'iun the ilaiin-communiI
cat ions of th' lit ish :iamy iln nuotieri
lFrantte. 'PT' ratilrotads fromt l'aiiis ;<
Antliells wats cull by thle ( 'rma:nis a
Montdidler'. imt this would not he v'itai
If Amuit'is itself is hel-d by the allit's.
The Ge-rmnan thrutst in fr-ont of Ar
ras, while, at-cordinig to Perl, I
netted thiousanids of pisoners, hyi; atp
I iient ly come to a ii op bef'ore Ortutti
I11. Telegr'aph Ilill andl the latbyr1ith
'st ron rhoilds he ld by t lie Brit Iish :1
I ihs perfor. Itelieated- mlass atItcks it
I le Ge'rmianu on1 ihr no poinits haive it
snilted in terrible lo-sies to them, wVithi
nut, however, beinig the line :em
cetnstintz moitr' than a struaightetninmg e
lbhn fr'ont before Armras.
MANY WIPE WHE~AT
OFF HOTEL MENU:
W~ashington. - - Whieat amd e'.' ent
several hudredi of the emtireiv's t,:,1
ing htetls in i0-uhponse to a 1'etpil(st 4
I hi' food adm21itnist rat ion that '"ever
I ~~imitedet.- Overy'3 wel I t-do priai
in It' t'ted't Statt's" shonld plt'df.
i'omtplte ablst inenc(-t from whltat uint
lhe next hartvt'st.
CLASS OF 14i10 TO rE~
CALLED TO THE COLOR
Pait s, Ma rchu 29.- The soldlet's<
he class of 1919 are to lie calledi
he c, alor't at an early date, whitch
to be i. 'xd by the mitnistrmy of wa
This wats 'iO(cided on by a vote oif ti
('litamber of dettles this after'-oo
Tt is ktnownt t tu mmnist ry oI w,
hasni dcreed t hat' theO roCerntits shal rt1
prt A pil 1 5. 'Th f. cha mItbei- vo(i ed( 4
tci 7 oni a lawv provit. 'tgta h i
of the -n lling of thle e-la e bc Mvace
AMERICAN PATROL TO
RECEIVE WAO? C -M'
Ana Amne'ri an patrotl wht'i c nt w2 l
atat'our A:.\' Ger.n.r ni lhe b'in cit no
.Gorgl, R- h!! hei, fatmre
MARCH TO VICTORY
Courage is a matter of the blood.
Without good red blood a man has a
weak heart and poor nerves.
In the spring is the best time to
take stock of one's condition. If the
blood is thin and watery, face pale or
pimply, generally weak, tired and lists
less, one should take a spring tonic.
One that will do the spring house
cleaning, an old-fashioned herbal ren
edy that was used by everybody nearly
50 years ago is still safe and sane be
cause it contains no alcohol or nitrcgt
lc. It is made up of Blood root, Gold
en Seal root, Oregon Grape , root,
Queen's root, Stone root, Black Cherry
bark-extracted with glycerine and
made into liquid or tablets. This blood
tonic was first put out by Dr. Pierco
in retdy-to-use form and since then
hat.s been sold by m11li91 bottles as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. If
druggists do not keep this in tablet
fof'm, senl 0 cents for a vial to Dr.
I'le'ire"s Inviilids' IIotel, BuTffalo, N. Y.
Kidney <lisev'e eirries awty a large
p('ren'tage of outr people. What is to
Ie 1one? The answer is easy. 1nt less
ueat, eitt coarse, plain food, wit ii plenty
of vegettlbles, lrink pllenty of waiter
bet ween meals, ait1( take tin uric acid
solvent after meals for a while, such as
Anturie (louble strength), obtainalie at
aluiost tny <brig store. It was first
disco'verel by )r. f'ierce. Most every
one troulbledl with uric aehtl findls thart
Antirie dissolves the uric antis hot
Wiater loes sugtar. .YOU Cail obtain a
frial pitektge by senlling ten cents to
Ioctor 'ierce's Invallids' lintel and
Stirgical Institute in Butiftlo, N. Y.
." PREVENT ABORTION IN COWSI
. if any of your cows, helfors or the
b1)ord sro havo an unnatural diJ.
charge wash thon out with
Dr. David Roberts' Antisepta
and Frlushing Outtat, Price $l Eahe
'Xousatu n of dollars and ni a n y
aeivts ens bo savod by this siwplo
kead the Practical omeVeettoatian
sent for free booblet on Abertlon In Cows
if nod 'alr in your town, write
Or. David Roberts' Vet. Co., 100 Grand Avenue, Waukesha. Wit.
MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR
Was Short and Kinky
Now its Long and Fluffy
NOAH'S HAIR DRESSING
Prieo 25c. If your .ealcr can't supply you send
to UK. Refuste KIt,,ttitute. Mianufactured by
NOAII PROf)UC'S CORP., RICI MOND. VA.
e cys AT THE JOINTS FQOM INE INSIDE
Lumbago or Gout?
S '1akn tl11WA 'li)E to rIrnove thecauso
ua.) rn!.iv the pison fru n (It sytuuw.
I "11tik1''MAt'IDO N T1Y= I N 1\111
I'Uid5tuht a jAi3 ON TiCK OUT$tit" -
At All I)ruaggistae
ins. Baily & Sotr, Whsolesale Distributors
- CASH PAD
f or all fcinds of
MEDIOWINK ROOTS & H ERBS
nI y11) g,,rol , Ian tn r.'< ,ifntIrIk In ,ds o), i,.Ls.
hnrbs . h~ik sqeds, towers. te., which a ro uIsed
ii'l for inedici1ne's. No .I'ubt n nu twbr of
thec ihattnt are foundt gro.wing wild In your section
of chtt:.try whIch can b.. pruittalby gaitered.
WnSI no1w hnuvit coltors and' gathe.rers all Aoe
Ithe count1ry wiho are4setllig to ,u. if y )tI are Intr
ested wt rite to. us. We. il iii begh to annd4 youI 10ur buty.
inckpbe ha il' hILI ist ructions foir gathEringC und pro
- parIni; Mecdic,.ial flotsii andt he.ibs for the unarkut.
-I J. Q. McGUIRE& & CO.
117 N.L.exinuton Ave. Asheville,N. C.
IN E'SE FORl 3, YI-'At
MAiARIA, Clil.S, FrER AND L.A CRIPPE
Nt Ia ai Powe'r'. ul Tus.ie nstid A pri'czer
11.08 nd eo. '-ortn st s ao qtinlie,
arsenic or jlabi-frnItr htr T'st
- A todet prer(ination of mnerit.
s . fielps fo c ot- aetso siquidruff.
J~~~!.,For ReeoringColo)r and
r BJeauiy toGrayer FadedfHar.
liOc. andi t.0 aL iDrrise.
E GGS.0 ULWTR Y .
/ Wo ir tolagsth ndilers of lCygiv .< outr
rWH A tut Ii
'tiho highesit- ans rke't prirse gunI .inst'-ed wIth Auk
rs tujrni. it, as. a 0rta. itef's " --.'!tNarfop
llnk, l i iinti, VaL. . 'g . -~o
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