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*S!YRUP OF FIGS" IS
LAXATIVE FOR CHILD
Look at tongue!' Remove polsons
crow stomach, liver, and bowiels.
Acce31 .yt' (ig
(nly- loh.0k im the i me Caililo rnia
tni the <!a e y suhre your
chibi! i.: 'm;vin t he 110 esc t and mtost
hatrmle.: latx:.ive ()r 1 liy.Al for th
ltle, n. nel~t'. lEvD . tnl lb svt'l. C'hil
(renl ove it, (Iciicious . lily tasIe. Fiull
one(c fut: or chii doIs e on4( ()t each
bottle. (lite i w tWithoutt fear.
umetic(! Your mus:o say "Canror.ut
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COLD OR' COUGH?
Why, when Dr. King's New
Discovery so promptly
you don't want to be
enreless and let that old coli or
cough drag on or thar new ua neklc
develop seriously. Not when you nm
got such a rprovedi successfui remedly
as Dr. King's New Discovery.
Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not
resist This standard reliever very long
Its (unlity is as high today t s it al
ways has been--r 1 It's be growing
steadily in populh ity f( more than
ffty years. 6Oc. nd . .20 a bottle
at all druggists. ' it a trial.
Tardy Bowels, biert Liver
They just won't let you put "pep"
Into your work or play. Sick head
ache comes from retaining waste mat
ter and impurities in the body.
Feel right for anything-make the
liver lively, the bowels function regu
larly, with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Smoothly yet positively they produce
results that cleanre the system and
make the '.aver and bowels respond to
the t.ir -.lds of a strong, healthy body.
1' Still 25c,-at all druggists. Try the'u
Cardul, the~ woma n's im
tonic, heclped Mrs. Wil
hiam F versole, of i lazel ''l
Patch, Ky. Re."1 what
. be writes: "I had a Ag
of my health. I was In
bed tar weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
. . . and the pains were
very severe. A friend
to I me I had tied every- F
th ig else, why not
Cardul?... I did, andI
soon saw It was helping F
me . .. After 12 bottles, '
I am strong and well." 3
sy, worn-out? Is your i
lack of good health caued(
from any of the comn
plaints so common to W
women? Then why not
give Cardul a trial? It
should surely do for' you g
what It has dons for so q
many thousands of other i
women who silf fered-It '
should help you back to g
Ask seome lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She will tell you how It 4
helped her. Try Cardul.
Ail Druggists .
IEDS MAKE EFFORT
TO COYTREI, LAIORI
lans Discovered Aiming 'to. Foment 4
Revolution. More Irrests Made.
Washington; Jan. 4.--Phans of the
ommunist and Communist Labor par- 1
ies, nagainsit whom the great raids by <
:overnnent agents inaugurated Fr -it
lay night are directod. to gain control 1
f all labor organiations. as the means (
f fomenting revolution were reveal- 1
I tonight in documents made public
the department of justice Assist
.nt Attorney (Generai Garven mad<e
ub li c the documents, w ichlo were seiz-':
d in several Cit!cs, w ith the desire,
e said, that the Amerlcan people learn
tile rea)lurpses of lhese meIcllin
roup:; 1n hi nat ut of the polsoil
in-y we(re pruln"
In thejir pl4ra It "h'lo1( front witin" .
it th. lilaiir utiols, 4s dlisclorchd in lt Ihe
'nonife' (I :lt'i prograim," the leadecrs
O t i ii antiSi t ard ' 1 o ii -
.hor ;m i ( iiiline 'or their di heCr
-nta thet pr;..a~m for ine(iting iinnil-1
incu :y si nall strikesi and deve'lop- I
line t of Ih rma'- li l : ike's into iass
ictioll. 'ie pan of acti OU was giv n
u detail from "smiall dtrikes to minor
a; st rike, i frol minor mssi strikes
(1 general strlikes and from g;enerali
Strikes to the (iictatorshi;i of the 1)1(
c tatri:t throu:.'th revolution."
Ih'ploring the trend of idevelopmeant
>f trade uninn isti the "manifesto"
'x:ii"The older unionism wr, based on
he craft (ivisVions of rnaIi Indis Iries.
'he uiion;s consiste ' primarily of
killed workers, whoi' skill in itself
s a form of lIroperty. Today the (om
nant union is actually a bulwark of
'apitalismi, merIginig imperialisim anld
recepting state capitalism."
The "ani'festo" admonishes the par
Ies' followers t hat they must 'actively I
nage in th' struggle to revolution
ze the trada)4. unions." It adds that as
igan;nst the unionism of the American
"eder-.. lon of labor, !there is need for
mphasis of revolutionary implieation,
end "we recoulz i e that the American
'ederationr of Lahor is reactionary and
I bulwark of capitalism."
Department agents in many cities
ontinued today the work of running
lown and interrogating members of
he two org.dnizatlons Ofllelais said
t was distinctly surprising that each
party ntutblred so many American
Itizens in its membership. The party
'olls were said to carry the names of
many persons well known in their re!
ipectiv('e communities and Amerlean
Aizens. Although there Is no federal
laws under whileh the American com
nulnists 'all he dealt, with, department
igents were not overlooking these.
l'heit cases will he titr'ed over to state
Two hnr(1!'ed and eilIhy persons ar
'e:ted today in Deloi. w''e added to
ie list Of those taken into custody,
vh!cl is fhct a ppalOchIiltin; 1,500. Nine
y-four additlonal arrests 01' ali ens
vere reported to dlr. ( hirvn's ofile
(i ay, Ceidin., tie Iota' a n1111st whom
lie departe:ient blive it ha: "per
..t ....a ''" to 2,72't. I, lu'!iidedl int the
1irrest repor0,ted t oda y wereo: .1 (laklo
P'a., two; Do's M lne': 15; Spok ante,
en; P'ortla1d, Ore., te nit ad Toledo
mnd PiIttsbur11gh two 0:ach, and Denver'0l
Amnong thos)~e arre'sl ed in PortLland
vas Victor Sautlit, whll attr'acted at
entionl by3 his activitles as a dlelegate
o the August convenlto ofl(f tihe Comn
nuniiist Lahor01 par'ty in Chlicago. In
spokane, federal age'nte took into culs
0(dy Peter F'edorchl, whio oillicials said(,
ladI been1 one1 of the~ mlost dIangeroius
igitators with whlom thley ha~d to delol
n tihe INorthlwest.
tIfatistica Shiowi Year Ileginis with Die
velopment Near C'omplefe Standstill.
Chicago, Jan. i.--tatistles coml
>11led by the0 Haliway Age shtow thlat
heo year' 1920 begins with the develop
nient of the( railways or the United1
states near'er a compliete standstill
hanW anly time since the first rail was
aid in America.
"In thle yea" 1919," says the Rail
vay Age, tile total mileage of new
ines built in the United States was
86 miles. This Is the smallest figure
vhich has ever been recorded by this
>aper. Furthnirmore It does not rep
'esent a net increase in mileage. i~hur.j
ng the year 689 miles of main line
'ahiway were abandoned for opera
ions. 'Prior to tihe year 1915 the
nlenge of the coutntr'y was steadily
ncreasing. Aithoughl tile rate at
vhich it was increasinir had been di
ninishing for seome years and espe
laily sinlce 1910. The: available .4la
isties Ifindlte that since 1916 the
nileate of line abandoned has been'
mlbatantially greater than tile neCw
Stom ch il s
iermlandnltly dilsa >erafter nking tile
tuaranhteed efiy ioa - - inck otTer. * Tates
ne: co's a trifl"' .UDiver--d '".---h" Iy
ni Lcgure'u A.rcnit J. C. Suhl & C-.'
IN TIIS STATE
gorernment IReport Olies 1919 More
Director Sat L. Rogers of the bu
'eau of the census, department of
r0mmeilrce, announces (tic preliminary
'eport on cotton glnnsed by counties
n South Care!lna for the crops of 1919
tad 1918. The report was made pub
ic for the state at 10 :1. in., Saturday,
)ccember 20, !919.
(Quantitier: are in inining bales.
0ou)nt!g round as half bales. .inters
wev not in1clude'd.)
('ounty 19 191
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:r w el 7
)Iorth I ....... .. . 1 S .1;11
albmtiicn .:' t9 :i,5
h:: ler:tith .1'( " :; ,()
)arc'e s!i n . . . . 1.,79: 7,o 2
lle l21.1 2, 1
" a4lt'i( (1 1 0S2 21.''79
iorlnee .. .. ... 1 7 32,29
iCoigt't0wvn "1,:; 4,1 13
;reenville .. .... 1:, I), 34,77 1
Ieeniwood . . i; s"
l arlbton .. .. . .. .1I 1,.15!) 22,:;72
Ilorry.. .. .. ... S,52) 7,197
asper .. ......1.992 t; (
rale . .. .. 1.002 27 17"
~auns.........1 :,002 20, I~ 7:,2
3ree..nwo .. ... .....(1.74" i2
.axim gtoi .. .. ..:12.!),
il etor'iy .. .... ...1 t:,73 1. 91
Manon .. .. .. .10 15,959
Marlboro .. .. .. 7 115 (11.:7!
Lewaaer . . .. . .. .2.211 2,929
La onee . .. . . 22,x)11 20,71.1
iM'angeu ...... .3,91 1 9.1.790
PiekCorisk . .. ..22,7s7 17,1;
Ric\land .... ... .::5669 21,429
Salbor . . . .. .23,467 24 90
Dontee .. ..... 112 .17.967
(Unlo......... 17,5t1, 16,916
YoD . . . . . . 11,;12 :13,3
IS ABLE TO 6O
BA~CK TO WORK
lifts Bcen (Wilu IM~ t rounger ' er iDuy
PI was .:o w ak a d in .o.n when
I got over thec il iii ,. ' (+. tat I co ln Idi't.
work,' said ,. S. C. aiall of 1:17
''aird Avenue, North, N:.slivile. '.. ....
t wellI-kn I l i lii liriai!' c' solIc itor of
'I11(elt wveal; all over' and~ wi:
fldigh t al( I ho it h:1 V( an)' i LII i'd t
Willa I sturt . '.1 .
t"A II 'IluigO t:o ituilc 1i1' I r t now ha
and'I l t'O :1 o 141 7.77 1 i t 1a on
1.11( 1 W at. ti .',3:li:i 4,1. 1:i!on
In C nyhody~~'ii ,Is 0:m :l'e ,77i frmi
!!km(2.!it u )iV'ir6s like :
Meilloue I ~ Soldcx 0 7,1ey 97 ao
r1i ~ a em igC. d byth
?olwmgna-y dugs,853 27ra7
:'i1,Dig o, 10a2out Youn7's
l~hi'iuae. C iro!i; .S :.(bd 5n,7:12
'1 ;'Uglst .In evey I .owi throughout
I'Orner IIr~t ea :rdo 1-1n Hl..9
im~n n l'~t 1 2mm ,7lo 7 17,G-liid
)tCals7.Sha ,StIrma o(f,9h6
rem AttawE and atG osRvrBd
ine TesIne lierIs taye. w~
"It fer. weawalll thearald wlatd
ih nd Yor dsntc hevcang andit
and gredn' wath mchee. b boes
"A iendwa susedd whtr lerheone,
:dwn aot. bThlendh Ispeed thin
iaty y ard InBokynrr wth:-ya dy
fIrc st ared takennonlrto and onH
~Iackad and Capt0.y erv. Jaron
evrin mutch navalr ondiion also andre
n te party. ater he now. / of
l"er htelleed .lutnchoto he ate
icrne at relMeri. Icwa' raspred Al
aorwas dlInne was -giten ther ins
kludI want to eld nhe Mrte
htp riat bcd whe ai bee fferng brom
weaness toaandonervlans tok acon
ollowinr husbanyd dutbrgg Is tory
1111... you. cat-al wuyr t ake
(F~i; y11STMAC'S SAYE)
Instantly Itlifl4J1couU. ~i~oatedGaa.
FCelng Stops 31eiso~cd uamin i3\
pezing. and all L~af~ ucic. Cuji.I b~y
F ATO'NIC it tho bcst remendy. 'Pinnof thou
wuttttd to l'a'.' or we wil rfwuil m(Honey.
Call Lod got nt l~ig Lox today. You will new0,
I puetk. 'I'IllCV i't' .ronl III litl(
ijitliji steel 113 its i'WIIIICt
t ltpOiiglly vqI~ipp. I will
so 11,1 r .eirs v. uill I
Itrc Inl~ly and e1 itl. y
11v l~) i l l vi .li ,1 11(
(oil t . l ~ l"tl, '~s l
We n.ItP I ii llt
E. Maill Sttee
Col1 lt .. . i .
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O W EN BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
r..MA U FA rC'URLERS
D~ealers in everythiing for the comie
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Fiod' lri ri0 t '7t 1 w 1i 0 wi' ith my. itu tic durbe w 'Vtou
I)'1.1 )ti tite '0r4t1ier. lur sp i'\ l'u Fo d give -pi r i h o
('lso..MI~ll pt''lh ilse lt '*'igltt I"71' (; I i1( thandedt
.....................oil .11rVit $851' .5 $19 59lt';r $585 07tl
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