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Tylersville, .ltily f.--On account of
the rain which fell here Monday, <quite
n number of the people were disap
pointed in not getting to the different
pien!c.; which Itad been planned for
Quite a number of people from here
enijoyed a very delightful pienie in Mr.
W. F'. Wright's pasture last Saturday.
'The most important feature of the (lay
was the bountiful dinner that was
spread under the trees and everyone
enjoyed it to the greatest extent.
Miss Maude Jenkins is the very at
tractive guest of Miss Irene Wright,.
.\lis;ses Grkace, Pllnie and Nlattie
~11obo Poole were in ),aurents Friday.
Misses Mary, Lula an( lLucy Little
spent1 the week-end with Miss Sara
.\Iiss-es laula and Annie Mae Diolnon
wctre in Lau rens Friday.
Aliss Lydia Peterson of Spartan
burg spent the week-end with rela
Mr. Nies Clark spent Sunday and
\i onday with home folks.
Mrs. Mary Jane Cooper from near
Cross Anchor is on a visit to Mr. and
Airs. C. R. Cooper now.
Misses Mary and lula Little were in
Mr. W. P. Patterson of Ianford vis
ited M.\Ir. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and faim
Ily last week.
.\IAr. Ilugh Myers spient Sunday with
3Ir. .oshua C. Poole.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donnan and fam
ily were present at the celebration of
.mr. .joe Todd's birthday on last Tues
.\lri's. P. 1,. Cooper and chilIren
from near Ora spent the week-end
withI .\rs. Mattie Clark and family.
Ir. .1aies I)onnan of A1aurens, vis
iteI relatives in the neigilborloo(d
S\r. 'Charlie Pulley was taken to the
Oolinibia hospital last riday for
treatment. lie expects to unlergo an1
operation soon. We trust that Iis
health will ho greatly improved by
hi., stay thiere.
Whenever Vois Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonilepropert iesof QUININ l'
and IRON. It acts on tile Liver, Drivej
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole 6ystein. 50 cents.
I'SE Fl.ENCII M1ACHIlNES.
Germans Seiz() Facto1'iesi in Occupied
J'aris, June 25.---lore than 15,000,
J00 of the 16,500,000 tols of irol ore
produced annually in France, worth
about 67,000.000 fianes, comnes from
the departnient of the Metirthe and
.\loselle, occaulhied by the ((ruans.
'I'llree and a hialf million of thle -1,500,
000 tons ol' pig iron produced in
France annually also coines front
tlhose regions, an(d 2,250,000 of tie 3,
.540,404 tons annual ploduction of
s el. Sevety'-fr4 -1 dr cent of Ilh'.
French~'i iron1 indutis' '), thlerefore, are4
.\ nrat deal4( of thle infoinat411ion34
c 11) ruin thle 1.4e o4 F)! n-n'leh 4nd1. -
ti . 5hind the G erinan11 lin i44' .1 an1
nony Inani 'rivately,4 h'i' er, in1.
Il 3:,443w; painf l ir
1 3.- . pe al1 nd4''4 ed to a t, 4
U4e iD whole ' b 3r3d ofd44 esn
syipleca hi 43folo diorer' i
the ens tive snton. lri *e $.00p
Ingn inead Retnet33aber hefui name an
in1k for3 1he 334naur 4 f 33 t ut471 nnn3 I
NATIONS' SEA LOSSES.
Unimportant but Expensive Naval
Iivdrpool. June 20.-After ten
months of war the losses suffered by
the contending navies present sonic
interesting points for speculation,
says The Journal of Coninerce, afford
ing a comIparison of the relative ner
its of the various offensive weapons in
the naval struggle, and showing how
cestly it is to the countries concernbd
to indulge in minor encounters.
Summarizing the losses under types
ot vessels, Great Britain and her al
lies have been deprived of the ver
vices of eight battleships, 14 crusers,
four gunboats, six destroyers, ten sub
inarines, 1.4 boats, and six armed mer
chantnien and auxiliaries.
'The losses of Germany and her al
lies consist of one battleship, 23 cruis
ers, 15 gunboats, 13 torpedo craft, six
si umarines and 20 armed merchant
muen and auxiliaries.
Separating the losses under the va
rious causes, negeleting auxiliaries
and ariued merchantmnen, !he torpedo
has destroyed 131,000 tons of allied
vessels, the mine 50,000 tons, gunfire
27,000 tons and 22,000 tons have been
lost in various other ways.
The German, Austrian and Turkish
fleets have been deprived of 13,000
tons of war vessels by means of the
torpedo, 23,000 tons of the mine, 81,
000 tons by gunfire, and 23,000 tons
from various other causes.
These figures show that England
and her allies have lost 230,000 tons
of naval fighting material costing ap
proximately $100,000,000, while the
Teuiton and Turkish losses total 140,
000 tons, worth about $60,000,000.
The figures also show that the mis
cellaneous losses otficially recorded
are approximately the saic oil both
(ide-S, while from torpedo, gun and
mine tile British and their allies have
lost nearly double the tonnage that
their opponents have lost by tle same
causes. By torpedo the British losses
are ten time imore than those of the
other side which shows clearly how
important a part (hat weapon plays.
In gunfire England has established
a long lead chiefly because the Ger
man ships at large when war was de
clared have been destroyed by this
mea ns. In the arined ierchant ment
and auxiliary class the net register
tonliagie of allied ships (lest royed
Saniants to :0.000, while the German,
Austrian anad Turkish losses st anad at
aproximately double that figure. The
total financial loss in this instance
amounts to about. $15,000,000.
Thus ten months of skirimishing
and pr eliminuary netions, leading to
no definite results so far as the utiles
tion of naval supremacy is concerned,
has brought about the destruct ion of
aboit. 160.000 tons of warships cost
Stat.te to (-en. Green.
('re'nsboro, N. C. .1 uly 3.-Mfore
than 10.00 lp'ople attended tle 1iunveil
in lg today of an equhestrian statiue of
General Nathatuiel Greene on tihe
'ii I ford co ut house halrnen I h I ne I a r2
this phiui,. The11 statule wats 'rec ted
tost oJf .:i.0ui and is il(entted ini the
ohas-It orm-r of t' faiinous spolt
WVill cure Rheumatismn, Neui
ralgia, I leadaches, Cramnps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tfetter, Ring-Worm, he
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anoudyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
T1o be hP':a is toi be gr:'t. For there'
nre possib i03e ini tve' y 'ny humtm i
H .i i t is clei n
t :.' ro i on ItlC p
P~ed o thetal i, musclt gentl
*.at- he ex :i ute. n ualyan h
effec n m the erve ii s ubtt the i y I ad- i
refer to the encei of.. morigi sck*,netey
arlleved of ay gerea man lienor iia.et
gteese, al appehsonq tt disaar anI toso
retuliar nservos t"fie tLs no onerpdsurn
thenigt. Women we am "Mother's n"
Friend." Ocet a bottle today of alny drug'.
glat. Then at once write for a most enter
tainIng and instructive book for all prospec.
tlve mothers, Address Bradefeld Regulator
(on.. 405 Lamar Ritg. Atanta. la,
Friday - and - Saturday
Those who have attended our special Friday and Saturday Sales
have wondered how we could offer such Great Bargains. The large
crowds which have visited our store have been quick to realize the big
savings and have bought freely. Be sure to be on hand Friday and
Saturday. You cannot afford to stay away if you would consult your
own interest. Many things not mentioned here will be offered at
One lot 25c Socks in Silk and Lisle 19C Ladies' $1.50 to $1.25 White Skirts 99C
One lot Men's $1.00 Union Suits 79C One lot Ladies' Silk Hose 19C
One lot Men's 50c Athletic Shirts and
Drawers - - - 35C 1
Sale of Men's Shirts One lot 50 and 60c Dress Silks per yd. 35c
One lot $1.25 Shirts si.oo One lot 50c Foulard special per yd. 25c
Sport Shirts $1.00 Special Sale Ladies'Ready-to-wear
One lot $1.00 Shirts 79C One lot $12.50 and $15.00 Silk Poplin
These are exceptional values in the new
est style shirts. One lot $1. 00 Kimona 79c
Sale of Oxfords. One lot $1.00 to $1.50 Waists 79c
Edwin Clapp Oxfords $4.99 Clos
One lot Men's $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Millinery
Oxfords, size 6 to 9, 4th July sale $1.99 See our table of Ladies' Hats values
- $2.00 to $3.00 - $1.000
One lot Men's 2 to $3 Hat, special $1.49 Ladies' Palm Beach Suits $498
Specials in Clothing. Ladies' Palm Beach Suits $7o49
One lot Men's $12.50 and $15.00 Suits $9,99
One lot Men's $10.00 and $12.50 Suits $7,99 S i a $0
Men's Palm Beach Suits 6.50 and 7.50 1 d.4 nhSaIln
One lot Ladies' $2.00 and $2.50 Waists 1.0,aganRmnn abe
One ot hilrcn' 5 an 65 L~csss 35c onefl 0and60DessB Slsurer yd. se5cis
..................One...lot....$1.0I Ki m n 9
..h'an Fa Tih~iii Oenig I SCln OutiSe of Milntesty.
~al1 nd hae yor meaurestakenbye couribe of ypiofLadieas valies nn
No Goos Chaged Larenss.Specialut for.000 e.
or. T. . Timnermaii UNDERTKING2H ys LCELV.good quaity AproeGingha $ .00. ~~g
OneroottChitdreion 50nato all Dressess35 clWonderful valuet-Besture to see thi r!
Grpe' ank Buil iing paersing Eble s pecit lanal Prize to Co tstnts
JULYe 14thl answd 1 n5thou. of igt Tlc P hn e 4locohnetn 9 sellng te grleta.
M EN'S SU TSet n mam o sBudin g ue i r. Fariay wiapnd at e
Lauren, S. C LAUR~SD B.urday,- we. wl give o extra ee pari e n