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Do You Miss
Theatres And f
Amusements o f
The Big City?
The New Edison supplies
who t you miss. Play it on
your front porch or in your
house with wide opn win
dow:. The neighbors won't
object. The New Edison
is not a talking machine.
It is a wonderful new in
vention, which re-creates
all forms of music in a
way that baffles detection
from the original.
Won't you ple se call, or
write or' tel hone " for
further infor 'n about
this new invenation?
"Jewlers of Quality"
1 t Coming Babyl
Nothing else can so completely ende:r
us to the present and the future as the
expected arrIval of a
baby. But in the mean
time the comfort of
the mother is of vast
- lnportancc. There Is a
splendid external rem
,,s ~ ln" whkhotx
erts a wonderful in.
'c nepon the expian
come more pli ant,
stretch without undue
pain, make the period
.o0ne of pleasarnt antic
prehension. In a es of splendi letters
from all over the untry mothers tell of th<
great help "Mother's Friend" was to them
Even grandmothers tell the wonderful story
to the1r one daughterset to enter th~
cr's Friend" today of your nearcat druggist
Use this splendhid help with your own h an<
guided by your own mind. For a free bool
of interest and importance to all mnother
write to Blradleid Reglator Co., 409 l.ama
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.* Itrelates the persona
experiences oft1s ninn harpy soters. Ittell
atl r w th; for i a n agide and a'
W1e hanldle h'le best ma
t eiailsi on tlhe j(iiaket anud aro
ts oin anything it theV nma'
ble i ad gr nite il e&
Fullii lbi of'~ underinking
(iui hlowe'rs oni sfiort notice.
*D. E. TRIBBLE
Clinton, S. C.
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. No one can either feel good ii
look good while suffering from et
stipation. Get rid of that tired, dri
gy, lifeless feeling by ? treatment
Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Buy a lk
today, take orne or two pills tonig
In the 0aoratng that stuffed, dull to
Sag is gona 404-yourteel better at on
Uso am Auw 4rust.
A LITTLE J
By the Editor of The Greenvi
If there is one thing that we es
ecially like to d1o, it is to journey In gr
tecnville county Uid adjacent te trri- nt
Lry. Our incanderinigs have extended to
o 'Tigersville, wlh:cii is very near the 01
'orth Pole, of Lau rens on the Sou h. L
he other end of the orb. Yesterday li;
e rode through the ilne country that 11
.es bet wen Greenille and Laurens, 1<
rt v:ving at the latter city just as .(lhn w
I'. JDuneau, perpetual can .idate Ior o,
gover nor, proelaimued that ilV'ease had L
>)en k gve'rnur of the Penitentiary, that C
alnning had been governor of the h
\sylum, and that Luncan wanted to it
e goveror of the State. a
The Laurens road bisects a region r
hat is lertfie and rich. E.ven he who fi
uns through it in somebody else's I
:ot.or car can read its wealth on it.s o
sreen fields and modern homes. On the e
whole, the crops set m to be in flouri.h- 1
ng condition. while the butter, egg;
and veget.a ble industry is thriving as r
usual. Judging from the number of
rolks we saw in Owings, Gray Court, c
Fountain Inn and Simpsonville, V t
should say that everybody thereabouts, r
farmer and merchant., is enjoying bet
ter times. It seemed to us that in al- t
most every other farmer's yard we I
saw an automobile large enough to I
carry a good-sized family of the best i
erop raised at all. No man was hang
ing 'round the house. The fields were
full of workers. The girls, as neatly i
and stylishly dressed as any you'll see,
were busy with domestic science or
reading progressive literature on the
liazza and not swinging on the gate,
ready to lrt witi: transient people.
The hunti s, :or th. :hrOst part, looked
trim and comfortable, with plenty of
fresh paint everywhere and pink blos
soms in profusion. Some of the best
iooking houses we have seen in many
a day are to be found on the Laurens
(.E'i.iN SUB1A1.B1IE O1.t'
EgPE('CElD OFF ('li ILElST ON
.ay be Bringing a Cargo of D).e and
('henleals to .America. AMso a 3les
sage to President Wilson.
Charleston, July 1.-Is the German
submarine, expected in New York har
bor several days ago, off Charleston?
Information reached The News and
Courier yesterday that the boat was
in the South Atlantic, and it was
strongly intimated that the under
sea craft would enter this port.
The craft left Bremen June'11 with
a letter to President Wilson and a
cargo of dystuffs and medicines. The
owners estimated that about fourteen
days would be necessary for the voy
age across the Atlantic.
this submarine is built as a mer
chantman and is not believed to be
armed in any way. 'nder the inter
national rules it is entitled to the
same protection as a vessel of any
other nation while in American wa
Simalt ('argo of 1iigh Vanlue.
'The4 capacity of the undersea mer'
chalntmlan is repor'tedl to be 500 tonls.
Dividing it are many comtpalrtmlenlts,
wvhich ar'e necessarily smalll. its cargo
moust he 3loaded in smtallI packages.
Only articles of high value ca nbhe
ra nsp~ort ed with1 pr'otit.
Thlough all ulnder-sea craft, the vecs
sel steams ahead just as well, per'haps
a little better, whlen floating, as othler
vessels do. It is eiuliIpped wVithl a perN
scope, thtrough whlich obeser'vat ion,
whilec submlerged, can be recadily
Port athorities of Bioston, New'
York, P'hiladelhllhia hlave been expect'
w for several dlays. It was stated that
the boat left Cuxhlaven June 9 fol
Biremlenl, to take 01n car'go andl pr'epart
for tile tr'ans-Atlanltic voyage.
D)etails or tile 'onistru'ction of tilt
str'ange craft arc not available onl thlb
side or thle Atlantic.
TJo ilodge .\llied Warships,
It Is b~elieved that it hlas comeinmt<
tile S.outhl Atlantic waters in order' <
Iavoid war'ships of thle allies thlat ar'
patroliling tile Nor'th Atlantic por'ts.
Since the news cameII out of Glerman:
thlat the& submllar'ine was bound for til
counttry the New York and Ilostol
newpaer have beeni filled with ar
tielt s spei'ating on the v'esstel an<
the results of its erimen~fts.
It is statetd on good athority thas
IAmierican capital is interested in thl
venlture. It is planned, wh'iile the w~a
conltin'tues, to hanttdle small11 cargoes .c
hlighI value between Germany and th
it is repor'ted that after dischlargin
the dyestuffs and meldicineOs tile undem
sea melrchanftmianl will take on1 rubbe
and nickel, two articles that are eort
ly needed in the Teutonic Enmpire.
SWIU cure Rheumatlsm, Neua
of eatata. HMadscaa Cramp. Colk
lie News. lit
The schoolhouses impressed us so
eatly. Every school building that we in
ted was a thoroughly modern strue
re of admirable appearance. The,,
d-fashioned ramshackle school
ilding, with poor ventilation, poor
:hts and poor sanitation is going to
e junk pile, making way for cen
>rtable and vanitary Achoolhene-es.
ci! lightecd, well ventilated, and well
dvred fro: considerations of public
tnth. The new building at Gray
urt e eaily one of the very best. we
ave see-n. aid we saw two others, one,
the city of Laurens, and the other
'ut five miles out on the Princeton
>ad, that were equally suprprises. At
'et 1ate thought the latter must
1 So.'e coll( ge that we had not known
I. Th; surest sign of a progressive
0:u.ur it' is the modern schoolhouse.
("t the brie} and the boards and the
i:t r ai r 1 b t material things. What
(?oices us . that th(y mean that the
eople ar' determined that their chii
rcn .thai have the fullest op;ortur.ty
uft t ::.-(ves for efficient life and
Th; orved 'ect of the lau
ens road a:e not yet as smooth and
.rd as a biliard , but they give
ro~niise COf beika g:catly bettered, so
i1 - rainy ciays our friends, the
ara- and hi: a:nily, can get into
be lImousi:a and co:ne to Greenville
o shoi aid take in the movies and
;ive s 1he ,Keasure of their prcsence.
Since the Euro;pan war prevented
is fr1om1 hirin the irn;c'rial suite on an
iceau liner a:.d seeing the sights of
Paris. Petrograd, Wursb urger. Pisener
mi'] Anheiser, the tourist departl:.ts
of the various r:.ilroads hare been toll
tin: to "Fee America first " The
L:iwd Canyon. the Poscnite and the
RltOies will have to wait awhile, for
our sils"n i 'See Gr('elnvilie etn:ty
tirst!-Greenville Daily News.
NOT FOiUI:DI OUT, S.AYS TItXI.Eli
(ood Rloads Bond Issue, He Sar s, Not
an issue in the (am'paign.
Greenville, June 21.-SamI J. Nicholls
congressman from the Fourth district
late yesterday wired The News from
"When I made the Crossland report
public 1 expected it to bring out. oppo
sition. -1 think however, that as a re
sult of this in\estigation, Greenville
county will get better roads, a better
postmaster and the same congress
man. 1 believe the people realize that
what 1 have done in this matter was
for their good and will take care of
"Ilave not decided yet whom I will
reconinend for postma-ster."
Retiring Postmaster Traxler was
read the foregoing telegram last
night. "It is absolutely wrong about
the bond matter being an issue. It
isn't today and1( will not be in the camn
l:iian. Wheni d (ecided to apply for
the lustmnastershi p I consuli ted nlout
of my l friends Il in Greenvillec andlt it wa
the same~i way aibout m cy decisio ~lIt
1r. Nicholls realizeCs that he is de
featecd und is telegriam in th 1le aft e:r
1n00n Ipaperi that lie woul n( Rot taula
part in tile c'amlpaign shiows that hle
wiltlinot comel d (own to (1efen ld his ic
.\Iir. TIraxler satid that while at th.
St. 1Louis convlent ion he (lid not re
ceive a telegriami from the lpostolbi'
auithorties to r'esignt as postmlaster' be
-cause lhe was a delegate to ile c'onIven
t ion. lIe said that lhe welcomled an,
facts from thle Washlingtont end all
j tat he felt conidenlt thlat aniy illfor
mlationi from authentic sources wvoul
coinceide wtith Is statemlenits that hi
resigned without lpressuire from th
.\r. 'Triaxler said how'ev'er, that il
resIgnation was effeetive at tile wi
1of the postoflic'edeatn.
D~oub~t the Et iece.
T his anrenls ('itiz/en testilied Ion
-ITold of qu ck relief-of undl(oublte
Thle facts are no0 conirmled.
Such testimony \ comnplete-tl
t evidence conclusiv'e
eIt forms convinej ig proof of imer1
r' Mrs B. Tempile n 235 QMiM'Y
f rens. ays: ''iAl ..-t '3 acted tc
e freely and the0 dnIey secretions wel
unlnatural. I was htardly able to &
arouind on account of the pinis In a
Sback. Miy limbs were swollen and
-were m~y hlands and feet. Doan's Kb
r ney Pills remi~oved all thle ailmenlts at
my kidneys became normal." (Stat
menlt given in Marchl, 1911.)
SOn November 23, 1914. Mrs. Tempi
ton said. "Whenever I have noticed
slight return of kidney trouble, due
a cold, Doan's Kidney Pills have givt
me prompt relief."
Price 600, at all dealers. Dom
simply askc for a kidney remnedy-g
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thi
Mrs. Templeton hei twice public
recommended. Wester-Miburn C4
ops., anaWta N.Y
lliousness and %Nomach Troulfle. l
'Two years ago I suffered From fre
ent attacks of stomach trouble and
iousness." writes Miss Emma Ver
yke. lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
tie food that agreed with me and I
came so dizzy and sick at my stom
h at t ites that I had to take hold of
mehing to keep from falling. See
z Chamberlain's Tablcts advtrI isu&d
decided to try them. 1 imr:oved
pilly." Obtainable ee.-ywherc.
Faced by demands
that would impose on the
$100,000,000 a year, the
reference to an impartial
With these emplo
have no differences that c
a public body.
The formal propo
the controversy is as folio
"Our conferences have demons
matters in controversy must he l
proposals and :he proposition o
1. Preferably by submission to
accumulated information bearin
tion to consider and protect the
necessary to meet the added cot
reasonable; or, in the event the
that se jointly request Congress
promptly dispose of the questi.
2. By atbitration in accordance
Leaders of the trai
York, June 1-15, refused
or Federal review, and
authority shall be given t
The Interstate C
public body to which th
No other bo:s with such
of rai.:oad enc.:tions :as sc
tion in tne r:e cor.drence
The rates ine rai.raads rr.a
transportaaron are now +a:get
Out of evert dollar receive,
the pubic nearly one..a'f as
The railroads fet
$100,000,000 a year to
one-fifth of all the emp
shall determine the mer
7'he single issue be
impartial Government inq
ELISHA LEE, Chairman
FB.R ALTRIGHT. (e'tfMaNatnr.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
L. W. BALDWIN. Gen'I Mamajrg.
Central of Georgia Railway.
C. L. BA RI)O. Ge. / .1ta.Hdr,
New York. New Haven & Hanford Ri
E. H. COA P.\t AN. fks-Presddea.
S. B. COTTIHR. Ge.'t Mlaarn.
L B. CROWLEY, Asnt. Vur-PersIda.
New York Central Railway.
in goodness and
in pipe satisfactic
-is all we or its en'
astic friends ever
for it I
It answers every
dor any other me
cool and fragra
aIt in a mighty shi
Will you invest
iso on the nations
V. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Blidings,
Laurens, S. V.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
oeny to .oan on Real Estate--Long
from the conductors, engine
country an additional burd<
railroads propose that this v
yes, whose efficient service is
ould not be considered fairly
rge Public Inquiry ai
sal of the railroads to the em
trated that we cannot harmonize out diflerenc
gassed upon by other and disinterested agenci
I the railways be disposed of by one or the ot
the Interstate Commerce Commission, the c
g on railway conditions and its control of the
rights and equities of all the interests atlecte
t of operation in case your proposals are fout
Interstate Commnerce Commission cannot. une
to take such action as may be necessary to er
>ns involved; or
with the provisions of the Federal law" (TI
fuse Offer and Take
n service brotherhoods, at the
the offer of the railroads to st
the employes are now votir
hese leaders to declare a natio
:>mmerce Commission is prop
is issue ought to be referred fc
an intimate knowede ploycs as wages
an unquestoncd posi- can come
by the public.
y charge the public tot
f.,ed by this Govern. tro over rates,
i :s the rail ua., rt, tect the interest
I directsp to tiye ems o the ralroas
buestion For the Public .
-' that the' have no right to
these employes, now highly
loyes, without a clear mandat<
its of the case after a review o
fore the country is whether this
uiry or by industrial warfare.
gal Conference Committee of t
G. It. ti\t ERSON. are't M.lsrn.
Gress Northers Kati,.a,
C. lt. E:W iNlG. ;,,' 31saerw .
Philadeiphia % ReaJ s Railws
t3. W.ll G. RICR e'tApr. T'reane.
aibroad Chesapevale a tOhio R:::=wav
A. S. GR EG. Ass:. it Rrrre,-s.
St I ouis & San Francisco Railroad
C. W. KOU N S. sa11.we.
Atchison. Toraek . Santa Fe Railw
H. ' McNI \SrtR. Gra'1 MIarafr
W beehnt A Lake lie i..rosJ.
- . -it<
the national joy 8moke
- XOU'LL hend n cheery howdy
A matter how much of a stranger3
-neck of the wo ods you drop into.
Albert is righth there - at thei fr
pass that sells tobacco!'l
n bag selIs tor a nicke1 ane
tan for a dime ;than the
aome pound anid
:husi- humidora andc
rsmoke desire you
n ever had! It is so
nt and appealing to yo
at you will get chummy
ort time !
5c or 10c to prove out our
. joy smoke?
remVCm Cw Whs... I
A. 0. HART
Rooms 205-207 Masonic Temple
Postofice Box 6S5
Greenllle. S. C.
Prompt attention given all business.
1 Practice' in aU COURTS.
ers, firemen and brakemen
-n in transportation costs of
!age problem be settled by
acknowledged, the railroads
and decided justly by such
iployes for the settlement of
- of opinion and that eventually the
es. Theretore, se propose that your
her of the following methods:
>nly tribunal which., b reason of its
revenue of the railways, is in a posi
d, and to provide additional revenue
d by the Commission to be just and
icr existing laws, act in the premises,
able the C'ommnnirsion to consider and
le Newlands Act).
3 Strike Vote
joint conference held in New
ibmit the issue to arbitration
g on the question whether
osed by the railroads as the
ir these reasons:
and the money to pas increased wages
no other source than the rates paid
Commerce C(ommjission, with its con
is in a position to make a con'.p te
id render Such decision as wond pro
of the rat road employ es. the owners
and the publc.
grant a wage preferment of
paid and constituting only
from a public tribunal that
f all the facts.
contrrovcrsy is to be settled by an
t I a 111 t". r. itce.. 1
JA \i t'N h I, t 1., (.rn I lfa-r,.r
lerer: A\ K", (,t unier H utt. .1
A M It . i tt. :,r, et I 'et- Pres.,
A J . I t' i trveP uss
ce Albert gives
flavor is so different and so
can't bite your tongue;
can't parch your throat;
u can smoke it as long and
ird as you like without any
back but real tobacco hap
ic reverse side of every Prince
package you will read:
JUL.Y 30-rH, 1007"
means to you a lot of tobacco en
nt. Prince Albert has always been
vithout coupons or premiums. We
to give quality I
10on tap no a
'oiu are in the
For, Prince i J 6Cjj.1&
rat place you
'he toppy red . diII
I the tidy red TOBACCO ISP~
ro's the hand- SMK6~
alf-pound tin F0RSI 0
hepound . OESDSV~Q
ceeps the to- %K
bang.up trdm ~ ~
say. T~s Gotb enwseg de of a.
sw. bee Ure streaia. -Sue
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