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A Tonic Laxative
that will renlovo the bile from the Liver and
cleanse the System THOROUGHLY without griping
or disturbing the stoniach is truly a Perfect Lax.
LAX-FOS WITI PEPSIN
1s the name of a Reliable and Perfect Laxative
which soon relieves Sick Headacho. Dizziness, In.
digestion, Stomach Trouble, Gas and Piles caused
by a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Always use a
Reliable Laxative in the treatment of Colds, Grip
LAX-FOS WiTH PEPSIN is,a Liquid Digestive
Tonic Laxative excellent in its effect on tho
System, both as a tonio and as a laxative. It Is
Just as good for Children as for Adults. Pleasant
to take. Children like it. 60c.
Made and recommended to the public by Paris
Medicine Co St Louis, Mo., ranuufacturero of
Grove's Tnsteless chill Tonic.
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F' Al V, r.. '7 .;
Give way before the pene
trating effects of Sloan's
So do those rheumatic twinges rind
the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve
inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck,
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and the throbbing
The case of applying, the quickness
of relief, the positive results, the cican
liness, and the economy of Sloan's
Liniment make it universally prefcrred.
60C, nc and $1.20
Cardul, the woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil- L
11am Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. lte.mi what
she writes: "I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for wveeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
...anid the pains were
very severe. A friend
told me Ilhad tiled every
thtog else, why niot
Cardu?.. . I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me . .. After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is your %.
lack of good health caused
* from any I the com
plaints o common to
worn The hy-tiot
giy Ca .tta trial? It
a ~ksurely do for you
m t it has done for so
many thousands of other
women who sdifered-It
a"4 hoald help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She wilt tell you how it
helped her. Try Cardul.
Few of Crimes fin Pars Charged t(
Amerien Moldiers (imitted by
Themn. Anmeriean und Frentch Police
Work in lariony.
l'aris, .lan. 30.--That Apaches of atll
n1ationalities, dressed Iin Ameuriican
uniforms were mainly responsible for
the acts of violence whicll have cauls
ed broadeast Publicily to i' given to
oil alleggQd Amrc ehewa.ve i'1
'ais, was shown by an iinvesligatlioll
couicld by the A!sociati'd l 'rss to
'ii waVut e s eti s h t a
111,1 an'dtih -upsai'( it I
C 1e lt.
vuot!l a t no ce .\ -:aIld ar1 11. ii ii 11
'ih "tel to A e tien werl i. 111 k dit .
V. IThils, rf the I .,ie
t tot~ S Al mi'S'." k
vd and dwin llEri to sin;):i ii h Ii up;
ald asIlaults 'wre r, educed by a pelr
hi tre have ien tl neros lit in
lneouniter-., h1ow(ever, buil lwy wvereo
io (y t 11wen Aiiuerieans, old fas
ioned rough-and-I' iitble brawls, in
which ar-rests arev rarely madeik in
Am1(eriatn ciies. lrir1a er (ieni ral
tWillni l W. lal-s, of thev United
lSrats armiy, ill a statd inlent given Out
" T h e r e o i r i s c o n c .rn i n g t h ei l a g
n11inhe1w- of tuur11ders by Ainlericanl 40
(diers il ('aris tref ueuiri. They all
greatly 0Anaggera11o. The nlimber of
nmilitary i noic i l 'aris has heeti !.I1
ren std merely because of Iom thefatir
nimber of soldliers passing ie throuh it
the ciy, not aermise of Imulsual dis.
oder. The statatics show that the
Ameri-an sobbeors are( umainlaining
thei igh standard of dis ipline inl
euver detil, whgrov they may b1."
I The l'a ris chief of polie. .\i. \l h e.
ton, said ho W as grently sl-ad-od al the
'o-opet i11! of t he A1 lmrie <hia d to
ives who hie recn111'y arrived Iie.
"W.tiVy have established ai liadem e
tweyn he officers of ty of hmicn
provostA marshal and] police headquIar
tAis" 't, added.
"Th1 'le l-rench and Americean pol ire
are working tin harmony".
Chief \lotoll refueId to makte
-Iiateli eni t oni extent of the 11m1,
hasaid that, outside of sOm e t heftIs or
auitomnobiles, to the( prejuldice of the
American army. Amterican sohliers did
not deserve (lhe ihard reputtation which
had gone abroad through variis rI
A high official at Police hulvquar
tIers referring to the departmnl lt's,
ireods previosly mentione d and thh
stit brawls, said:
'Not at ollf these may Ie chargti to
Atnericansu as hrehave beencase
in which hile similarity of the uniforms;
of A!!stralians and Amewrienns has ld
to thi Anterica s bfinf t lmed for
fights, and hold-ups, i ll W ihl11 the
uI )t s ffer' tlhve bdan wimt :i-ra
by i'hei lieiis meilitary Imlgli1 of .\''s
oft e i tllh i atO fi t lolr, Am41Ittriem
wer Ty( houghI''4tlut tod o bs~.Thr are41
(1bor agt11 the various01 Ameie deprt
mnts orie rmaon ok
inlle of 'all ntinal(~its :aiwho
11nn1uIif'rmsland ii' literal tas's
the haefundthe gilyofhod
"A' ,orow pce, to5i
TRIIBUTE OF RESPECT. *
Devault League. *
To mly beloved classmate, friend,
soldier and fellowian, Private De
vault League, of Coimany A, 60th
Pioneer Infantry, who died of Iinflunen -
za- niiumonia, Nov. 17, ati the ba1se
hospital at ('amp Wadlswolh, . '.
t'riva teI ,ague was born inl t'--t
renls founty and reared ut! nea- )"w.
h0111 ('r ek I";al1ist1 church. lb(- wail
alway;' fou)nd in h1. sca11 at ur
4)n Su11ulay. P'r ivn 1 .c ~ e e o
f th re : . ht!
: I I th n I I I y um i n II I
t In o I . ( un I IIt l I I a I e iI ;I I W II
In tI- (- ( n 1rY Ic o l at i h n I uI ntI I
II ickory Tavr hI u 1suallyv s oodI atI
tIh h ei ot f h1 is class iin all o f h I
sttmliist andt imt thtermore. whtile at thi
un11i ve rs it y, h rankthed a s o)ne o)f I1.
btest In coll(ge.
Private laguwil lit was called,
Told his holiefolks and friends good
bye, and marche-Od to thv colors for) de
fense of his country, in as good a spir cit
as anylonle that went. to the colors. lI I
was called out oil the fifth of -Noveim
lr and died ten (lays later. ile was
Itle second child of MA *'. Florence
Leagne. wilo now -resides iear Rauiln.
If Private I.xaguie could have lived
lie Would have made ian excellent sol
di"r, 'huit (od lilows best ;whal lit'
giv-'lh the earth that i take'1 h away.
Private I'o.ague leave ()re
friecd.t( a.nd rela' tive 1 4 1u4 r h11 s t
loss. There is a v'aca ',t ch..ir in I l
1ln1e that call Ievert he III;.,d by any
one. Cowi, but not. forgot ion. If all
tilt' yo11 '. 1111i11 would I.dhe patt 141
from kcthe sed, the cio ntry' 4 .,vouhi
hIe better in, tilei to comoe
Cam I 1 d ,;wvonhl , S. C,
CICHESTER S PILLS
' ft.; IOLMONCI RANi.
,) l .nttesiA pL'vyrm4arun li.n orf
'hi ichee-t r't; tWharnlnd rn
illin int Red ru'. i (Cld m.,:allic4.D/
Tuk no ther. Itu o' our
SAD BY P.ST .'IU-J tI.TFR
.Joites, F"eb. 1 .-AVv e Ver'y Sorry''
l) litCU of 111C deati(1 or oill 1waL Pi
rriitl. Ii111l1e). Cooper. Ife xvn'; a
Nv'rCI :11 CIn. Italoit11d bospilIb I gentt-t
'Vt' 'x I I p- 'ros :t lirit a.ov l
:i . 2 1 *'ho n hu tt' . xa ' -
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f l ,11 .: ..
1' ., lit ; I ; *1 - I
it i f i . i f) rI Il or tt ii ~ .
W I. . v 1,10t IV i-e ott). ' ()o(I P!if
Mr. Johun (tillieptsoit. of* M f. 01tv
the coist of jpitilet ion anti we hope 11w
W~mos 'ill 11ol( thiril V0ot 01n. III
(heasi I hir(1 a(Ptlgae I his yfar. w,.'
pre(venit Ithe he artless gambliers. Iti
rlin.thorn11 of wvhat they tnt . 10 y
Aii r.. Waltor I lerring, or Ma rion,
Ott an1 extOetided ViSit to llIii ILTItltlt
aa \-v ri'-ollwtiol outr schlttl IItil cor
1110: Ct-red Itn 6 to 1.1 D?'vq
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KeeDERUN In the House
PERUNA the time
a Cold. wie
a" Cold ii to state that i aiways
Good for Iiep house.
Bronchial ColdW PertiaaI))(
- Inflammnations. Ilhs"tf
i roc "11 I
!nflanmat~ns. 3;-util i, served the IArncr
icmt pcolflu for Ilore tal forty
Those who object to liquid medi. yer5i T. hos- who know its vatuo
ziwviy' ha it '11, ctr.d. Why
cities can secure Porun- Tabts
alm k to ( I'll yol" tw;h t ta tth kia t:, I al
twed l ie] lt. Y'II oil 110 11. 1144 ('.( III] t h i i
MEDAL~ Llaiilett O'il (:psttie itiil - . tuidj, it 111,N (1 d ,, t I.t11 y, ikn
kep ernwan n Ptehehoseb
ht Yod Neced
r haou ve oCfn and ~ff Ic need
t ')JiitaIns the iost famo reIt
Ci . ~ !gfC~al)1C . id( easily lgse
S2 1 C nd Livcr goepto cs, Ironch 1a1
Pr.nad ha1s7c erved tAmr
~3 ~C)tofiC ((11a) to i.1
WY, ROOF .'-L
n lo rarcan, Texano
ye . os whoI kno its alu
I vny'J -. itt I ' a~ itt -a ' r ed. W h
ci 'exponr nw rkaeyiIasevr
b'le, p in in
0g a ;. rave ',-Mr s a, h auna B: -
..t t "ti I to. t ilI" '.7 t l it , rW h t ouei
nnd:( Ofuinb:I"I I(%o.
ft i Au i 1101 11 -I (liii tit4 -1 Vt rt. ittk It ra.tmi i i l
s0nl to4 warnv youosies that them- kino
need h e You zi- )vi o m should take>.1
Mi D Alt l i er n I l Ca u e inone- l: -t Nh ey d o otC. h l y o
Cotton Is 9i
a nd Will Always be the
(Red Steer Brants)
Will Always be tc Standak Frthzer of the Soutk
FIRST I1 QUALITY
.FIRST IN CAREFUL MANUFACTURE
FIRS' IN CRIZOP RE&J
Our many customners and growingbh', 1 -n
strate these three points and that
"tPays to Use 7Them" ~5
We have Potash good;).Orwe n
WPTS SI FT and CMP0vA mN Y
F LIZ ERS ,,,,.,,,
IT RS (Fertilizer Works)
Sales Office: CHARLOTTE, N. C
Factories: Wilmington, N. C. Greensboro, N. C. Columbia, S. C.
Chester, S. C.
FOR SALE BY
( R, C. GRAY, Laurns . C.