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The Experience of Others
With Peruna Is A Safe
Guide to Follow
Peruna has been the household remedy of hosts
of people for the last fifty years. The testimony of
those who have used Peruna proves it to be
A Standard Family Remedy
For Ordinary Grip;
For All Catarrhal Conditions;
For Prevention of Colds.
An Excellent Remedy.
For the Convalescent;
For that Irregular Appetite;
For Weakened Digestion.
Ever- Ready-To -Take
What Family Medicine Do You Use?
Does th famnily ied icine cour not. ue Ie t r a keep the oldels regular iithcld
the bowlst rguiar: roucin'g eu physic action.
Does your famil iti tcd acte care cods l'tunt is ine oif the best cold remedies on
Does youir familyh mcdicine e' tp at -inteor I.ruotr a can he relied upon to stop cough in
aummer. cough- old air )ottig.
Does -our family medici n iiceanse the T 'erna has no superior as a tonic for the
appetite ad etitnti u diggestion- appetite and digestion.
THE PERUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO
Those who object to liquid medicines will find Peruna Tablets
desirable for Catarrhal Conditions.
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* "REENVILLE JOY R1I)E" *
Dear Advertiser Readers:
'rhe "last chapter" in The Advertis
er contest was written when Mr. and
Mrs. Moorhead carried three of the
would-be-winners of an automobile to
Greenville to see the play that has a
national fame "The Birth of a Nation."
Promptly at the appointed hour, 10:30
a. m., the hosts met their guests at the
Advertiser office and in a few moments
the party, warmly wrapped in a jolly
good humor, with the hearty good
wishes of The Advertiser man and Mr.
lopkins who stood near, ringing in
our ears, glided out of Laurens with
our faces turned toward the mountain
"Aunt Kate" sat in Ilie front seat
with the matI who held the wheel to
keep iiim from speedint and to keep
out of a ditch if possible. I I tell you
readers here tIhoigh, in strietest con
iclence, had 'atythiing at all hiappeni'ed
there is no doubilt il mlly owl mind lbut
what I'd grabhbd that wheel and put
us all in a ditch I. Mrs. .\loorhiad atnl
the t wo other guests, .rs. D)ial of
('foss I1ill and Ms. \'ealhers of l'en
kiidge we(re on the back seat.
Genial, likeable, boyish "l)ick" .\loor
head proved to he an ideal host and we
had a miery trip.
Only one little near acident----.\r.
IHopkins, Just before we left 1,aurens,
told us lie had dreamed Ile night be
fore (that just before we reached
(Greenville in going up a little hill our
car bucked and refused to go. Of
course we kept on the lookout for that
hill and equally of course just before
getting to it Ile sound of the ear told
the owners that there was a little
something amiss. "W\hat's th, mnatter
I)!ck ?" said lie little madame from
the rear. "''o tell you the Iruth, Mabel,
I don't know." I'll spoke .\unt Kate.
"'That's the truth. .\lrs. .\luooreh1',u. lie
clhusi't. I caln e:t ify to the fact Ithat
Ill' has plied 4)ut1 and tilr'ned (%ery
h-Ver and ounse'rwted every holt on the
wlee li'-re'" '1,' hliuh was turned
thogiih w)i n aft1er' the car resiidil
and iuickly male the hill the man at
the wheel said, "\'e made it all right.
Ihanks to tlie lielp Aunt Nate gave
lshing. I)idn't you all hear her
grunting and pushing?" and I recond I
We arrived at the Ottaray and found
our room awaiting us. After a short
wait during which our good-Ilntred
host had his car looked over (andl by
the way he found out what the matter
was) he returned and gave us a ride
over the city. lie carried us to his
Alma Mater, also that of that Ibd of
Inine--Ilurman t'niversity, and also
rotnd by G. W. ('.. i'ome of our party
got into tile : and 1ie store and we be
gan to think if their pockethooks
woild just hold out we'd miss the
show. I never wish I was plun rich
till I go in Woolworth's 5 and 10c
store, therefore I didn't go this time.
No use to pray "lead its not into tetmp
tationt" and then go deliberately in
thle way cof it !We hicacdd t' younjg
11n111rons1 off o' a ve'ry (litiking coutertci
and gut lhelti back to the hiotil. We
hadi, thlereflor'e to dlInt in a hurrt'iy for
''ihe watch that nevri varied"' wals
ticking a way It' miilnutes and thIe ('url
Ia In wcouldi rise on t imie of #1 1ouse.
Whein we reached t h'e oper'a ho0! e We
found a 'cowdedc hiouse an tiipeople
were begging at tihe dloor to he admi0it -
tc'd fior staniding room11. Oil se5tats hacd
bee bough151 lt ini adv'anlce by3 our1 hos)ts.
'T'he flirst p i('tures( were 01n wVhen thle
usher(1 lcd us, elbiowing his way through
thle dar'knecss andc thle crocwcd to whiete
ouril seats wre awaiting us.
"Theii worldi forgett ing and ci bylle
wtorldc t'orgct'' we leane bci ack ill our1
places anld pr~epareld ourel'lves to wee p
toi iget imaid eniocgh to fiht atnd imay
hei to silhc hect we'c'n te teal's as couri
13y': biehehl thie senes! udeplctcid .c)
I shall t eli y'ou somi~ethinlg of howe~ I
was imprlcessedI 1)3 the thillinig la~y,
'FTe Ilirthl of a Natilo;''. TFill thcin,
hig~ Lot (If (Cotton.
AMore thlan $5I0,000 w~orthl of ('otton
was sold on the Greenwood mar'ket
yesterday at an aver'age of I I 3-i cents.
.\r. .1. W. Simmons, of Cross 1illi, as
sisted by Mir. F. B. i-iipp, of Greienwoodl,
made the purchases from a num~lber of
cotton holders. 'rhe lc. (;osistedh of
800 bales, bought by the Piedlmont
M\anufacturing Company. lAnded ill
PIedmont the average Iprice will be
aboutt 12 cents.
MI. Simmons has purchased sever
al lar'ge lots on the local market since
the fIrst of January.-Grenwoodl
For a ilius A ttack.
When you have a severe hecadacho,
. com panted by a coated tongue, loath
Ing of food, constlpation, torpId liver,
vomiting of partly digested food and
then bule, you may know that you, have
a severe bihious attack. While you may
be0 qulitei dlekt thcret is m'uc'h c'oinnta
tion in knowing that relief may be had
by taking three of Chamberlain's Tab
let8. They are prompt and effectual
Government Supervision of Ware
Chairman Lover, of the house con
mittee on agriculture, has introduced
in the lower chamber of congress a
bill providing for the licensing and
inspection of warehouses by the ag
ricultural department at Washington
and specifying the conditions under
which cominodities stored in such li
censed warehouses may be weighed,
graded and classified by federal offi
cials. The purpose of the measure is
to improve the facilities of farmers in
the matter of obtaining loans on crops
in storage, and the theory upon which
it is based is that, with warehouses
under government supervision and is
suing receipts under terms and con
ditions proscribed by federal authority,
the farmer storing his cotton or grain
in such warehouses will have a stor
age certitleate Which will be more ac
celitable as collateral by the banks
hanm the receipts of warehousemnen
laking the governeitai statmp of
'itat this the' ry is well founded is
indicted by the fact that the bill is
rIorted to have the endorsemeint of
.\r. Ilarding, of the federal reserve
board, who has nade a special study
of leans cn warehouse receipts. lint
no glet familiarity witih the subject
is Reqi01redi to eitable one to intide r
staid how (le licensing artI stiller
vision of warehouses by tle ove-ni
melt would act in the nat.1e of a
governmiiienti gutara ntee and so estab
lish tlie confidence of the bankers,
lack of which has heretofore operated
to the disadvantage of the farmers inl
securing loans on warehouse receipts.
In this connection it is pointed out by
the New York .1ournal of Comlnerce
that when the cotton loan fund coin
inittee was formned, shortly after tlie
outbreak of the war, the (oiti' .ee
deeiled it necessary to issue a long
list of specitications regarding ware
hosei(s, conpliance with i wich was
ilide a c(oniii ti prceldeilt to the ad
'alincemenilit of any ilouney, .\gain, in
S1ejptnilbeir of last Year, wiienolticials
of the' fedial to Irr bard wtere
iriparing to take care of prospective
dliiandus for loans baetl on ('ottu
warholiiuse receipts as colhiteral, a
commnittee was appjointed wh-iich, after'
investigating the watrelouse situation
in the Soutih, issuled a statement to
lie bantks, advising thern as to the
character of existing warehouses
whose cert.ificates were considered
safe as collateral. As tho pending
measure, as we understand it, is not
comilsory, but leaves it optional
with the owners of warehouses to op
crate or not, just as they may sever
ally see lit, u nder government license
and supervision, it is not easy to see
how its enactment could work any
particular hardship on anybody;
while we can well understand how
not only the farmers, but every other
interest legitil iantely c'oncet'rnel, would
be benefited by the general adoption
of ia s)'st&em wiichi wotld ul tthe
warehouse receipt practically beyond
ttuestion as collateral for a bank loan.
A CI-ILD GElS CRO)SS,
SICK AND I-ERELidsH
WHEN CONSTIPA! ED
itiok .1lotEli l rIongue s cont(ed
dh'n ilht tie liiter andt bowelt's.
It yourii little (onel's tonigue is (onfdl,
it is ai surE signi thle StEtloach, liver and1(
tio)wels need ii getlte, Itoough cilians
lng ait on(e. Wheni youri dhild is ('ross
ltCeevishI, listliess, le IdoE~esni't sleep,
eat oi act1 naltuirally; 'If hbteatht is bad,
stomai~ch sour11, systemi fullI of cold,
itroa I .or., or' if feverish, give a tea
spoon fitl of "('aliforiail l Syriup of' Figs,''
antd ini a few hours ai ithIle (logged-up,
('onst1itpaltEri waste, SOurD blile andi unii
gE-stEdI 1food wilt genlt ly moveJV out Eof thet
bowels, an1( you1 have ai welt. pliayfuli
Xick Chii ldelnI i '1 ned'I he COalxed to
take thl8is harless "fr uit laixative"'.
.\lllioits Elf mthersiI' keep It hand~y lbe
(alise t hey kno1w its actio 1(1 n11 the
-ilmah,li livER' and1( bo~w(ls Is iiromtii
atid surte'. 'They aLIso kno1(w a littlE' glv
eni today savtes a sick C'hild tomiorrow.
Ask y'our d lruggist for- a 50-cent 1 bot)
I Ic of "CalIiforntial Sy ru p of Figs'
whIch contains dItrec tis for laitles,
(!hildr'en of tell ages and1( for' grown-ups
plainly oni thle bot tle. fleware of coun
terflts so(1lder. (let the genuine
made by "Callfor-nia Fig Syrup Coin
BEATS TIlE ROB TO IT.
Negro Prisonier Takes HIls Own Life.
Tutnica, Miss., Fob, 9.-Rather than
face the danger of a probable lynch
ing L~ave Ilagen, a negro, committed
suicide today by slashing his throat
with a razor after ho had been placed
under arrest. The negro fell from
the horse lie was riding and died al
most instantly. htagen was captured
today by a posse0 after hie had shot
and slightly wounded Cal Smith, town
Those who hate nasty medicine
should try Chamberlain's Tablets for
constipation, Theyr are pleasant to
take and their effect is sq agreeable
and so natural that you will not real.
ise it has been produced by a mnedicine.
Have you become a member
of our Grafonola Club? This is a
Golden Opportunity to get a Graf
onola. A small payment down
and every month a payment, places
in your home one of these Beauti
ful Columbia Grafonola outfits.
"LE ADER" .
With Individual Record Ejector
CLUB OUTFIT "C"-$98
1 Columbia Grafonola Style "Leader" with Indi
vidual Record Ejector as shown above, (mahog
ony or oak as desired.).
24 Selections in 12 Donbhle Disc ten inch Records,
(Your own choice.) 400 Loud Tone Needles,
1000 Medium tone needles, 300 Soft tone needles,
1 Record Cleaning Brush,
1 Bottle Motor Oil. Complete Record Catalogue.
CLUB OFFER $98
$10 cash and $10 month.
John H. Williams
THE PIANO MERCHANT
Headquarters for Columbia Grafonolas, Records and Supplies.
Grand Opera House Building. Greenville, S. C.
A. 0. HART UNDERTAKING
o.m. 205.207 M...nic Temple KENNEDY BROS.,
Postoffiee Box 685 Undertakers and Embalmer.
Greenville, S. C.
Prompt attent ion given all business. eeasee n ordyo em
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