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OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
Science says th-t old age bogins with Swallow of water. The oil stimulates
weaLkened kidneYS anld diges4tivo organs. Ittwo, kde Y action and enables the
This being true, it is easy to believe organs to throw oft thn poisons which
that Y keeping the kidnoys and di- causo premature old age. Now life and
gotivr organs cleansed and in pr-opo strength increase as You continue the
working order ol(l ago can be deferred treatment. When conpiotely restored
and lifo lrolonged far beyond that en- contitue takn a aslo or two each
JoYe4 by the average person. da.GL AMSlAL Hare OlCa
suies will keep you in health and vigor
Hor over 200 years OL! MIODAL and prevent a return of the disease.
Harlen oil has <sai relieving the Do not wait until old ago or disease
Weaknosc e and (Ilisability dua to ad- have settied down for goo. Go to your
vancitag Years. It is a standard old- druggist, and get a box of GOLD
time home remedy and needs no intro- Alg Ilanrem Oil Capsules. Money
duction. GOI) MIODAL Ilaarlem Oil Is refunded If they (1 net help you. Three
inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules sies. But reedber to a k for the
containing about 5 drops each. Take origrial imported GOLD MaAL brand.
them as you, would a pill, with a small In sealed packages.
Eat without Fear of Indigestion!
Instant Relief for Bad Stomachs
When your meals hit back.
When what youl cat turns sour, -
forming acids, gases and indiges
Magic relief. No waiting I
The moment Pape's Diapepsin
reaches the ,stomach all the sour
ness, acidity, heartburn, dyspepsia
and indigestion ends.
Upset stomachs feel fine.
Costs so little-Any' drug store.
UPSET? Pape's Diapepsin O
SF6Nothing will lose
its favor more
'uickly than cof
fee when exposed
t Rto air. Luzianne
is sold onl in
UUIANrE individuaf air
It. after uasing~ the enltire
contenti 01 call Iticrdin *m 4 11
stilistiviiit 1tight tin cans
eu mener youl patfr t.
the mniui voto pii for it. ~-r-n ever in bu lk.
V ]mlA Ncoffee
The Reily -Taylor Company
GRO WElGER CROPS
T1he den andI~( thef coing yeair forI Cottonl, Corn, Griain, etc.
will far <xceedj 1ihat of anyv recent year.
'The I hfalarved pmle of~ Europ e aire evein nowi crying~ out f r food aindI cloth
ing. Anad thet worlad is de pe ni uon the. Farmers of Ame ric to Supjply it.
You caInnot raise a 10 (it crop~ unless you we- a 10 r oil. Fert iaity is largely
a attr ofI b~~aicd ouditionms of the soil. Phiosphoric Acid, Anuniasiit, and -
. Potash mu:,t be pre:.eit in thc proper p roport in if humape r crops are to
V be aaised.
DOUBLES YOUR YIELD
beI~camie it conlains availdbe Phosphoric Acid, A mm onia and Potash in the
FEvery bag is stamped with our Giant J.irard Trade-Mark. Look for t-it'
for your protection, an better place your order for Planter's right now and
avoaid delayed delivery.
Ask ouar agent in your town for information, free advice, or prices, or arite
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
WELL SATISFIED WITH "FIND"
Columbus Rejoiced Over Belief That
Natives He Found in America
Would Make Good ChriCtians.
Colimibus landed on a sniil Islanq,
" one of tile Luiyes, called In the In
dian hngitage Guatinliuil," the Intrepid
navigator aifterward wrote. Later the
Island was calledl Stn ava(or, and
now Is known as Watling's Island.
There was discovered In Spain in
1825 the iinnuscript supposed to be
Las Casas' abridgemlieit of Colutnbus'
journal of his first voyage to Amerlca,
and froini ti1s we have soie Interest
Ing details of the actual circumstances
surroundilg the discovery of tile new
Tile people of the isind stralight
wily collected together when Coluill
bus laniided, according to this journal.
lere follow Ils preclse words:
"As I saw thtt they were very
friendly to uis and pereelved that they
could be mnuch more easily converted
to our holy falith y gentle imeias than
by force, I preselited thei witi some
red calls andl(] strings of heiads to wear
upon the neck (tild many other trifles
of snall value, wherewith they were
imuch delighted and beeitme wonder
fully attached to us."
Collimiblis colnliients that the people
appeired to him to be very poor be
clise they Went about iaked. Ile
noted( that all the natives lie saw% were
young, none being above thirty years,
and that ill of them half lIne lhysique
find short, straight hmir. Ile believed
they were from the continent mnd was
of the opinion that they would make
good Christians, ats they appeared to
have no religion at all.
CORN CnBS FOUND OF VALUE
Hitherto Waste Material May Be Util
Ized to Good Advantage When
the War In Over.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Corn cobs-a great waste product In
the world's greatest corn-producing
nation-have been made to yleld ad
hesive gum and other useful sub
stances lin quantities sufllclent to form
the nucleus of a profitable and Impor
lin nddition to adhesive gum, experi
ments have produced cellulose, and
glucose, both of which have iany coim
inercial uses. The glucose so produced
crystallizes well, and it I8 believed can
be used In the samne ways its crystal
line glucose from starch. Manifac
ture of alcohol by the fermentation of
corn cob glucose appears practicable
If sulphurle ield Is obtainable
To utilize corn cobs comnercially a
large and costly plant would he neces
sary and the bureau of cliiistry of
the federal department of agriculture
does not advise aniy enterirlse of the
sort lin vartine.
New German Drying Process.
The so-caIled Krayseska method, a
new iieIIIIs of drying eggs, fruit juice
and( blood, has beeni dielonstrated he
fore 'the food nut horlties iI Iterlin3 and
found worth exploiting to a large ex
tent. The drying is done III i large
Iron cylinde1r five ieter In dlih uineter,
in wleh111 t pai of big metal wings are
quickly rotating, driven by 1a steni
turblae. ''lie flu4d Is lshed to foazm
and1( dlried by t he a1id of'i Ia h3t (curret
of -nlr th1at Is contttiuilyv pa~ssedt
throuilgh thle cylI ider. Th'le d r id prod
ilet is. in thet formu oIf a1 powlder, whlh
willl keep for- a long (t3m1e andl enn lit
most econitttiiulniy trans~iported(. .. The
drll(ied roiduc~ts go thiroulgh no euilea I
ter. I irying3!jiu lnts o(f i s t ype for
lie ereeld shiori ly in I IerIn and111(
War's Far-Flung Ruins.
I1 ussl ian clhurchies In Alaiiskai have
hardP( I tiies innkI ig both end'ils me'et
si nce witr's urPinll I in Itusi stop1 3 pedl
the lpaymen3tl (f moneyl'3 by th Inoilt her
church to3ward' the' ulkeepT tif these flar
away parishes. All the' chutrches in
thait secition3 13re now31 beling supp'orited
solely bty their suinull ('onlgregations.
liin l' ai je'weled roesh'.
Tni order 3to eke oulit hiis5~1 alary, onel
membliler of~ th I hussitini clergy, Il ate
A. 1'. T'ishevairt'ff, nrcb piest In
(lharge' of t' IlusiIn chulrch at
Juneaulit. 30ook ft'heost of Inspec'(tor3 of
custon 11 at 3 Iil(Iden'l 11n1e, neaiir thlere,
for the silttmer.
No Mephistophelean Monopoly.
The dlevl 11as no( m~onoptoly on the
Iter. Willim Barnes Lowe'r, pastat
of the( I holy Tr'inity Prelsblyt erian
chuirch Or Logan i, Phliladlelph ia. rece'nt
ly spenit h3is vinentioni wor3king on1 ai
farm near Rehiweniksyllle, Pai., and~
sent ai mjessage to hIs congregaton.
urgIng thie able-bodIed male mn'ebers
to hielp fia-rmers harvest theIr croplls.
"If we enn3 thrash grain in the
field," wias hIs nmessalge, accordIng to
the Phiuladelphina Iullet in, "we 03nn
thrash the devIl In the front-line
trenIchets lie Is hulldling 'roulndiou
chuirches." - United 8tttes 1-imploy
me'nt Ser'vIce illletinl.
SpeakIng of Rumors.
Actorinig tot an Amust ertdam iis
ptchi It Is pe'rslstetntly btelng ru
mloredl toat the kaIser Is losIng his
Anmsterdamui migh1t fuirther '1ttle
thei wvorld b1hy annningci33 a per
psstent rmnou1r Itat there Is a wvar on
Or atn'otIher rumor th3 liC3(hri ' tns
daiy wlU. loline 1)n D(cemberI 3'P .'3 thisi
Or a pmerdtent rumor that water Is
DIg NOT LET UP
And te Nation Will Show
That It Stands Behind Them
in the Victory Liberty Loan
More than a million of Uncle Sam's
boys are "over there" looking after
the coninion good of the world. And
they will have to stay upon the job
until it is done; until things are right
ed again; until order Is brought out
While they are overseas they must
he taken care of adequately; they
must be clothed and fed and lodged
comfortably. Uncle Sain estimate".
that it costs $423.27 a year to equip
and maintain a soldier in i,,urope.
Part of the pr, eneds from the con
ing Victory Libc !,y Loan will be de
voted to Caring for the "doughboys."
Part of it will go into the rehabilita
ton fIn d fol. pu1tting the injured sol
diers hack upon their feet. Part of
it will go for insttrance claims. The
rest of it will go to meet the htundred
,nid one other. demands for this great
est of world emergencies since the
dawn of civilization.
EIvery miother's son of them did his
part. helped insure liberty and justice
for the world at large and restore
Uncle Sam to his rightful position in
th estimation of the nations of
They did their duty fully, these boys
who won. They fought to the end.
through fire and flood. They never
talked about letting up.
This is no time for Americans to
think of letting up. The nation must
stand by its guns, by its records; by
Uncle Sam and must make the next
loan another big success.
Glod helps those who help them.
selevs.-Buy War Savings Stamps.
Spend one penny less than thy
clear gains. - Buy War Savings
Look before, or you'll find yourself
behind.--Huy War Savings Stamps.
if you would be wealthy, think of
saving as well a getting.-Buy War
Remember that money is of the
prolifle, generating nature.-Buy War
That. peace will fial us back
. ing 1UnCle Sam as sirongly as
we backed him in war.
That belween now.and April .
we will lay every possible stone ,
* of the ground work for the Fifth .
Liberty LoanR and leave no act
undone which will tend to heep
. alive and (ftickent tlie con
Sseiousness of the na lion that
. savings andl thrift are peace et
*That we wilh 'eirt our efforts
*'to stop tria fi-ckmg in honds of
thte first four loanis ai will
keep our War Sa viuns tamip.
. ''Tat wec will c'arry tout outr
1War Sav ags pledge if that is <
> uniulfillled. and makie( and kcee p
new Saviniga iledgsi's vr.<
, itail tromt n1w til ft last dav~ %
*, of the April :!r' e to oversail- -
.scribe that l,ihert. Loin. *
T 1nat we wiull fin'ish nar job.
U LFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift sore;
touchy corns off with
lDoesn't hturt a lilt! Drop a little
l"reezonie on an aelting corn, inst antly
I that coin st ops hutin 1g, thn you lift
It tightt otut. Yes, mtagic!
A tiny bofttle of Freezone (-osts but
a ftew cent s at aniy drtug st orc, biut is
511fu~liiet Ito remo hve -evr htardi cotrn,
soft ci'rn, or corit' bietwe -cthIIe toes,
and thite call ines, withlout1 so :-eness5 or
,Freczoite is fte snsatIional d iscov
try of a (Cincinnlati geius. It is won
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Drulgista refund money If PA7/.0 OINTMENT fall-i
to cure Itchting, llid. Bleedifng or Protruding Ples.
Instantl y relnoves ltching Pites, and( you can get
restful a lenni nfter t he frstar unnotlnn Pawc nnae
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for cash.
Laurens Oil Mill
tight inat rof
that's god oryon
an o ~ld.
tight. fi~ook for thef