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THE BEST ME
FVOR COUGHS Al
Miss Ivy Gray, Fairview,
W'I - bve taken , Per" an1
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~sostreen e and builds UV
COULD ANYTHING BE SIMPLER
Yet Probably Many Who Have Sud
denly Dismounted From Mule
Never Saw Things That Way.
A young soldier was watching the
efforts of his fellow privates to ride a
refractory nule. Not one of them
could stay on Its back for two see
At last the looker-on approached aind
"I say, let me show you how it's
"Come on, then," said the soldiers.
The youth sidled up to the mule,
swung himself on the animal's back,
wrapped his legs beneath its body
and took a firm hold on the reins. The
mule made a slight effort to dislodge
him, but the man stuck. Another
slightly more strenuous effort by the
mule also failed. Then, laying his ears
back, and taking a deep breath, the
mule shot his heels into the air at an
angle of 05 degrees, and the young
man was propelled to the ground.
He slowly arose to his fect, screwed
his face into a smile and said:
"Now, that's the way, boys! When
you mee he's goin' to pitch you off, Just
WDmen BW s ethn
' In ao L Ba 'It I fwm correct
e toach and Bowel troubi Perfecuy harm
Sedirections on the bottle.
Things are seldom what they seem.
Inagination is the ruler of the world.
If -- anoe.hns hr
the Yiopckrs hg
work with Swift& Cpmp
Let him begin at the
comes In; let him try tc
steers quietly andit*his
body's bidding against hii
Let him realize the ac
plant that not one thing ii
9 that costs may be held to
0 Let him go up into
reports are coming in,--a
concerns are doing.
Let him watch the di
erator fleet, maneuverin
country lik, a fleet of bat
Let him take a trip1
salesman and try to sell
Let him stay at a I
or two and see the retail
bargains to the last per
among the packers' bran
dealers, and the local pac
And then, when the <
half an hour in the acco
9 he can see for himself
0 business is done. (Less
If he still thinks ther4
.meat business it will be b
Swift & Corn
Miss oraye letter breatheg
hope to the ailing. It is an In.
apiratIon to the sick and Infirm.
LIqugl or Tablet Peras
No Change Desired.
A company of colored soldlers wait
marchIng along a country road oni
which some negro conviets were e'y
Thinking he would have some fun
with one of the convicts a trooper In
quired: "ley. bo, how 'bout us
The convict replied: "'Gwain, nigger,
I don't want no change. I known
'zactly how long l'se In fer and youso
itching Burning Skino.
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tions. pimples, dandruff, sore hands,
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free samples address "Cuticura, Dept.
., Boston." At druggists and by mail.
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.-Adv.
Bringing Drama Up to Date.
F. H0. Atkinson of Boston says lie
saw an unusual performance of "Ito
neo and Juliet" at a town in the mid
dIe West. The players introduced a
game of cards in the balcony scene.
"Ias your wife been canning much
fruit this season?"
"No; she his been canning me."
The occasional use of Roman Eyoe Dalso
at night will prevent and relieve tired
eyes, watery eyes. and eye strain. Adv.
"Censored" neAs is the separated
wilik of journalism.
ink There is
is no competition amongst
it to go through a day's
pens when the live stock
tbuy a nie bunchof fat
wn price without some
rupulous care taken at the
lost or wasted in order
the office where market
nd reports of\what other
rector of ti~iff; petig,
g it over thie face. of the
tieships at sea.
vith a Swift & Company
a few orders of meat.
ranch house for an hour
meat dealers drive their
ny as they shop around
ch houses, the wholesale
lay is over, let him have
unting department, where
an what small profits the
than 4 cents on each dollar
Is no competition In the
icause he wants to think so.
pany. U. S. A.
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
FROM THE CAMPS
BRILLIANT ENTERTAINMENT IS
PROJECTED FOR HALLOWEEN
BY Y. M. C. A. WORKERS.
IN GRATEFUL APPRECIATION
Hard, If Just Sentenced Imposed on
Recalcitrant Private; Hard Labor
For Fifty Years.
The Y. M. C. A. entertainment ag
gregation, composed of Secretaries
Bowman, Prior, Hardacre and others,
is planning to put on a big enter
tainment for Halloween.
The program will include many in
teresting features for the. men who
witness them and bids fair to be one
of the best, if not the very best, en
tertainments yet put on by these en
The plan is to put the play on at
the big Y. M. C. A. auditorium first,
and then put it on night after night
at all the other buildings. The pro
moters are 'sure that the plan will
prove a good one, and that all the
men who attend the entertainment will
be pleased aind profited.
The Jewish welfare building has
practically been finiahed and the out
side painting is now being done. The
house when finished will add another
pleasant resting place for the men of
the camp to stop at on Jackson. Circle,
and no doubt will prove as popular
as any of the other buildings.
The association has occupied a room
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium for sev.
eral months past, where the work has
been well looked after by Jacob Ber.
lin, aided by Dr. Raisin and B. Heller.
The Hebrew soldiers of the camp re
cently showed their appreciation for
the excellent work done by the Jewish
Welfare Association by presen-ting
both of the association workers, Dr.
J. S. Raisin and Bernard Heller, with
The watches are of the Elgin make
and contain the 16 jewel movement,
The secretaries are very grateful for
these tokens of appreciaation on the
part of the men.
The excessive crowds which congre
gated at the Hoatess House Saturday
iight on account of the fact that the
trolley cars could not accommodate
the Large numbers who wanted to g<
to Columbia, resulted in a cordon o:
M. P.'s being placed at the door, whc
admitted only a limited number at
the time for meals.
The formal opening of the colored
hostess house has been indefinitely
postponed on accoun-t of the influenza
situation in the camp.
As a means of let-ting the home folks
kinow what the Y. M. C. A. is doing
in the camps and across the seas, the
international association has named
this week as a campaign week to se
cure subscri-ptions to the association'r
organ, "Association Men." No per soni
who wants to keep informed as te
what the associatioin' is doing at large
can afford to be without the paper.
Albert E. Burmeister, at court.
martial trial at Oamp Jackson, ue
convicted on two counts, first, for die
obedience in refusing to drill, and sec
ond, for saying that he had just as
soon be governed by Germany as by
the United States. In a word. Bur.
meister is what is k'nowvn as a "con
scientious objector," and the second
count in the charge also marks him
as a German sympa-thizer.
The trial was regular in all particu.
lars, and the accused was represented
by counsel who explained his rights
The sentence imposed is dishonor
able discharge from the service with
the forfeiture of all 'pay and allow,
anees, and- to be.ednfined at hard labor
for 60 years at the United States dis
oiplinary barracks at Fort Leaven
The sentence has been approved by
the camnp commander, Brigadiar Gen.
oral Danfor-d, and also by the general
judge advocate at Washington.
Many Cases in Dllion.
Dillon-Tihere are maniy cases of in,
fluenza in Dillon and vicenity. Many
whole families are down with it and
some are reported segiously ill. Dr.
C. R. Tabor has been confined to hi.
bed for several days and Is now semi.
ously ill. Dr. W. Stackhouse has beer1
ill also, but is now improving and ex.
pets to be out isn. a day or so. The
Dillon mills. including the mill at Ha.
mom: are running about two-thirds ca
pacity. The disease is virulent at the
cotton mills in the suburbs of Dillon,
Columbia.-W. W. Moore, adjutani
genera'), has been called on for a pah,
of bloodhounds to chase outlaws ir
Santo Domingo. Gen. Moore has a non
Captain James Moore, with the Amer
lean marines. atnd the young men he
lieve their efforts would be~ gre~atl3
strengthened If bloodhounds could be
procured to trail the bandits whic1
infleet the islands and commit murdo1
with reckless abandon. General Moor4
will make an effort to procure thi
hoands anti soend them to his son.
PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLI]
EMPROVED UIYORM INTIRATIONAt
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D
Teacter of English Bible In the Mood
bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918, Western Newspape
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 27
ISAAC'8 MARRIAGE TO REBECCA
LESSON TEXT--Genesis 24.
GOLDEN TEXT-Let not mercy an
truth forsake thee: ... So shalt thou fin
favor and good understanding in th
sight of God and man.-Proverbs 3:8-4. .
16:22-33; I Thessalonian 4:13-18.
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL FOI
TEACHERS-Genesis 26:19-34; Proverb
i. Abraham's Solicitude for a Wif
for Isaac (vv. 1-0).
He knew that Isaac's success In lif
would much depend upon what kind o
a wife he should have. Man's welfar
in this life and that to come largel,
depends upon hLs wife. For Isaac t
have an idolatrous, Canaanitisih wit
would be fatal to his posterity, woub
subvert the plan of God as expresse
in his covenant with Abraham. I
would have been perilous to Isaac him
self. To have married a woman 1l
that land would have made him in i
sense an heir to the land through mat
riage, and would have tended to (i
vert his mind from the heirshi;
through the covenant promise.
1. The Servant's Oath (vv. 2-4)
Abraham committed to his truste
servant the mnatter of securing a wif
for Isaac; therefore, he made hit
swear that he would go to Abraham'
country and kindred to get a wife fe
him. He doubtless regarded his seri
ant more compqtent to select a wif
than Isaac was to select one for hin
2. The Extent of the Servant's Ri
sponsibility (vv. 5, 8). Before the seri
ant would take the oath he must hiv
clearly defined the extent of his rf
sponsibility. If the woman would r(
fuse the invitation, the servant woul
be clear of responsihility. The mih
ter's obligation ends when he hai
earnestly and intelligently made know
to sinners the will of God.
S. The Servant's Helper (v. 8,
Abraham assured him that God woul
send his angel to make the missi
successful. The servant found this t
be true. God sends his 11oly Spirit t
make the message of tile minister sul
It. The Servant's Obedience (v
1. He Took Ten Camels (v. 10
These were to carry presents to til
bride, and to conduct her and her cor
panions back to his master.
2. His Prayer for Guidance (vv. 1
14). le asked that the Lord woul
guide him to the woman whon he in
chosen for Isaac. Earnest prayer fr
guidance should be mamde In the sele<
tion of a wife.
S. His Prayer Answered (vv'. 15-27
Before he had( (lone praying, the am
swier was reallied to b)e in the proces
of fulfillment. The answer was al
cording to the request, even in th
matter of fulfillment. God (does deflh
itely answer prayer.
4. The Servant's Message (vy'. S3
40). The Lord had prospered the o1
servant's way, Hie now was face
face with Rebecca. Supper was read.,
but the delivery of his message wn
more important to him than eat in
when he was hungry. Tie said1, "I wi
not eat till I have sa1( il y errand.
Good were it if all ministers were a
much interested in dlelivering the goo
news in Christ. (1) His mnster wn
rich (v. 35). God the 1Henvenly Father
is rich. The silver anid gold and thm
cattle upon a thousand hills ar'e all hi:
(2) All his riches have been given t
his son (v. 36). All the riches 'of hena
en, God the Father has given to JTesti
Christ, his son. (8) Opportunity we
given Rebecca to become the wife <
Isaae (v. 49). lie not only gave th
opportunity, butt he urged her to al
cept the invitation.
liI Rebegga's Reiatives Boggin
for Postponement of Action (v. 55).
They did not object to her goun
sometime, but t~ey desired that slh
postpone action for a time. What fol
ti) remain and water sheep when si
had the opportunity to become ti:
bride of a rich man's son.
What folly for sinners to remal
servants in the world when they hai
the prlvglege of becoming the bride<
When the decision was referred I
RIebecca she said, "I will go." Got
judgment would not allow her to ri
fuse nor delay.
V, The Meeting of isaac and Ri
becca (vv'. 04-67).
Isaac was waiting for the return (
the servant with the woman who wm
to be his wife. Isaac was joinedt
her in marriage, loved her, and we
comforted in her after his mother
Spirit of Christ.
The longer you read the Bible th
more you will like it ; it will gro'
sweeter and sweeter; the more yo
get into the spirit of it the more ye
will get into the spirit of Christ.--I<
The Cross is Peace.
The Cross is peace, and that sums up ti
The Crown is joy and that my futa
lee nbt imple faith, faith that shi
Thme hope that Itberates and oarcons
Poor Dog Under Shell Fire.
In i letter de.scribing (lit behavior
of dolinstIe anhinals under fire a soil
0 dier says: A big black mongrel ciinme
into our improvised trench late one
:fternotio. lie had survived na terrific
ten hours' bombardment of shell and
gas and sank down by my side utterly
V exhausted. Ills body became inert
and nothing, not even the tenderest
r bits of bully beef, would make him
move. Ills brown eyes looked mourn
fully into minte as if longing to tell
me soitlething. Just then the Iloche
comnenced strating. mnd at every ex
plosion it shiver run through his body.
I do not know what beenme of the
poor heast. There was an engagement
soon afterward and this big black
s mongrel disappeared.
"Cold In the Head"
n an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Pe'.
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nthe had" will find that the use of
ALL8 CATARRH MEDICINE will
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Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
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