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AS A CUCUMBER!"
" V ', been cooking too, but not on
Ia hot, dirty coal range. I use a
New 'erfection Oil Cook Stove, the
stove with the long blue chimney.''
.as stove cornort with kerosene oil.
Ihe lon 11uc chimney assures a clean,
O(loricss heat and lasting content, be
eause it gives a perfect draft.
It tuirLs on and off like gas.
Saves your time, strength and money.
Duel cost----only 2 cents for a meal for
New Perfections are made in many
styles and sizes.
Consult your dealer. He carries them
m stock or can get for you the size
Look for The Long Blue Chimney
Use Aladdin Security Oil to obtain the
best results in Oil Stoves, Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, 1). C. BALTIMORE Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. MD. Charleston, W. Va.
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C
'ITS THE LONG BLUE CHIMNEY"
You Need a Tonic
Theie are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to helIp her over the hard places.
W~heni that time comes jo you, y ou know what tonic
to take-Cardlui, thc wgmeian's tonic. Cardui is cOi..
posed of purely ve ggiableC inlgredients, wvhich act
gently, yet surely, oin the weakened wvomanly organs,
and helps build them hack to .strength and healthi.
It Ias benefitedl thousands and thousands of wa,
mblne women in its past half century of wonderful
su:ccess, and it will do the same for you.
You can't mtake a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia \Vilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "1 think Car dui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervpus, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
Give Your LiveraChance
Take a ime tried and proven remedy fofLiver Complaids. Cost
iveness, Biliousness, Jaundice, Kidney TeonJes, imapure or Bad
Blood, Pimples, Indigestion. If sufferin~j Irom these take
Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup
Yo'ur Liver. and Kidneys are your best friends if you keep them in good condition, but
when neglected thy become your mo dangerous enemies. i you r biou 03 Col.
OF CITY STREETS
Thoso In Amm ioan Towns Arc
In Bad Condition.
SIDEWALKS CLOGGED UP.
The Surface of Street- and Si1ew a's
Should Be Smooth and Free of Ob
struction - This Will Also Reduco
Cost of Cleaning and lncreaso Traffic
By FRANK KOESTER,
City !'lttir anl ensultin: en iieer,
New 'trk, a tttior of "Aeotterni tity 14ii
ning uad \ai: i &Iialce," et.:.
The aell la('atiet of a city and the
iiipression whih visitors, as well Is,
resiilents, rceivie is dej elileit 'far
mnore lilua is popnularly supp 'el uiponii
tle 11 Ica I'l irace of the street its(elf
tit is, I he stret eels ol'aezVonst
credl -hart frailn thle htiliriigs.
Ini ordler that thil streets many havre
the best paossible applear'anc'e they
should be Coust~irutedt by (orap=tent
and experie'ncedl enlgineers ntll whenr
in use luust 111. lie allo'wed to leterio'
ate. Iepairs shoul be iiatue at the
A WHI'LL oti)E1 :lmD .i'1i F.T IN 1U:Niell.
ii ig litest sign of a break. 11' the re
utirs are neglected ilt' breaks Ieco me
rapidly larger, 'ith a conuseimeiit
tluilkly mouiug increase in the cost
of miaiiig the street good again, while
during the time the breaks exist the
IIIpearance of the street is spoi led, ani
unless the breaks are thoroughly re
paired its appea rance is never as good
-tmenleans have in reaity little or no
ctniceltion of the conditioni n whkh
a street should be talitained until
they have seen the remarkable smooth
utu clean streets of IEuro Ien eitle..
Their excellence, which mnight easily lit
rivaled by Atnertentii streets, Is dite to
ate thorotgh iethois of ctitstuilctloi
tand tilie high degree of en;gineeting
Uniie of the unntiltti:-;ted tevils suffere I
Is te cstiiti tetring upl of' streets
fori the4 1liirl"s ofC'I iyinug I li' if va
rious Li id;. liIn tree Iprjpertly de4
si;'nedu the: jiping ssteils in. g is ainl
waiter an. <4;i it s fort eletie cabeilu '4i8
shouhl be ; iiito iilt i itI ani ti li eii ity,'i~
wths a ttllitietultii niun lo sidec ou
<ei of the i grtistluil dee t l.niri
inn .ireei I onsst i n ''t iwir h,11 itds
fnedbyatiti i t le i i nier btr
itose ti in fr in h til an tinc 441
one4'ou tw ce naetn'srae
.uh, for exta pl iie, s t etre Ielt
liun.-;rou the SePoorly lited l,: nhole411
ctouerti-f ''ewer undsi~i chtri enhh 1 ptigiitis
nuii tvi r-.:rom'ell. 'ol eylineI'''s: ' s prno
ti'tl.n Suc il C ii g1 at'4'4 \t' elis lalled
(!1~1itthe por 'netu tr ioiidth 1 streeti
wiaytirdtites withithe I is1 cil it b eg
he. o inn'le sut, ofi te treetier
gts hulti e rt ult uc thre t ,ti e , Oli0 t-f
eliiiti prote luhyn t'eeisli gila
daugerivt a cinearruan eto trttl bawlo
uiThme tishane oein of ihes.ut
tes ad e the s tr.ere ts mail ost
sed tfh r pot 'lte Tadli ;trae soi oir
teelt gt.ter cin rluty hapsslns that
childrn ful to hienais btnd ar twn
main stch apnsed notli heb teetd
1 hunalyoiig tah ee'"ot aIlth teaet
frmelocato bok them setinogthbe
stnktso saply buit, ig isted an'' crnsser
Vins ie lioetd by i well esrgne rat
tog th aeaace ofetw. 5eetbar of
eiIly adviable to the st~retmto
oidthote sidewalks, I eveh for thei
rmait streatan r the ui ) s street,
ths p oi atu entooth frepromnad
streetsiond out na every c rosas-r
Wht ohcas ofe said wmithreferene
ar te apeaante of mthe oftreete of
porotan t the shol resectooth
Improvements aro gradually being ef
Yours reetived w"ith lhickeiis iii
closed. They are 0. K. all but one lit.
tie feller who se is to be dist liteant
cd about somiethin. I suppose Its mick
""aw tionbile ahevad during ies. war'
tithe:; an d m 'arked nii. lie has a
Sweet little still Voie that is easil,
heard all over the holuse that delilits
'very tine that don't care to sleep. It
semis to dell:iht li chirping and 1
doni't blaiie it a lit for Wanatinlg to enl
jot life every luinute that it is it
tating. It has a good appetite
aind a spilendid s 'ollo(w, does Riot (liew
it tling it eats. Its step aliit and hai!
iste's and bi'otliei's are out in the
cane pattch taking up sonie fresl
)hanited seed to see, I reckon, if tley
are slin'd tiiiig this little dry spell.
i'hey sure like to snratch the way
the dust is !lying. and the 'rapipiti kit
at which they are pl kt'Q ing theil' Iii!bI
v, ill bet sore by roosting blnue. W\<
hate put 11he littr sit'i;i.ed let inII a
heat little eage about he l .c IIf !
weli'el ha'row' " and expect to la h ll..
just lov a .iiall chi ket n l ii: ,: b
raised. Itcalizing 111that te ir\ m i b
an lpiroveillnent on clicikenis andll
i n:Cially this. one, I exper p tat.t
ain or the thack a es iii ilying; to
how this little ita':tlht'td ."t% :t
I w (o list' at I il. Chi\'1 'eii ar te'
grt. tet of all towelfs to be : li nt he(lt
l'Iaee. T'hey dlicht :ln light.ag til t.l
iiiun-r tablIe ju:.i as you i ak th t C 1
L t t l : : d h e v e n in n w a id i n g t. i 1 in
the lt0 I 'nikt i ndI hent .'eing un
(it' flu t~ 1 l i il t 11 11jwf11: \\ lift a
I it laIake Ihe 111>.,1tri t y t I ra L w. I
t!1' li . l Th y l ui lt ::a In I
a lid talero iith ad i s ist t iw l as
iii' Iti) let t,lit(ia \\ i y \t ith ;i 1 ,;ii ;
ii lilt bith It- alntu u it. th o i,' e
l", 'lftillat' - itt:':''iiii "liIItL I'. \''
al t ool the, t'. 11h1 y \ Ill J!\' iir1'nl.: ll
a tlt' a v ido! lang and la lt
at' t~i 111('se l s li tit ' l i lan ii , l
hUei nightyo to tloan iu ao; eo
an l ay nothii ;about i t. (.'hicknii are
lind to ai t ; tlet iy. ill at the iIl i gS
'I'rilta iihe ftht hare alidi the i'eat t
fr inI the ca nlder. ('hii."kens a .
Yo lr I r t.,
tl'he t chelor's llei e,
Thle dly has ten lon. and diia ;,
Wi.h censeless patter of rain,
And the dragging hours have blrought
Only some heartache and pain,
As I turn lity sad face hom 'etard,
"'The night drops down f'romn al.oe,
And Illy heart is yarnlllng, yeatiling,
For a touch of the arms love.
The ar'ms that have never failed e
The refuge to which I live;
All day, nid jars to' the 'it. i
I drealu of themn I waitin g f io le
1)Ni 1an of their rest and their wel
.\fl te I day time i cal et.
Otinyu. recedi lweoain
M)ails of i('lny eaihjsy ~as "s' o
Still Vi tinebannv
*is *ti * r *'iu'' atenda t e
VI.Otih ht'll 1)1 1 .1 .- .\t t -: W at-. li
Ft i deal' I o :t .li o e sn . :
da i. The lin wes ati her i n le id
tant Wto it' i'e'i gaii est or aei's n of N
.\li'y Naly .\lrph liit exeiutln
t) her hke il \\'cadratlof aft sand
in thfe days withci her .lier .\mer
lntls. I h.('. \ i'lsalrn', Coli l.: oei'
.tin -: itac wen needed- andpar
most cltlin Ato- be 3) needed beofe the
runse in bovier.ss, io ueio o
t nearo e for th cnhnity iarenen
BtrIt andw.a Otirable everywere
If You Anticipate
Buying flour, get in touch with us
over long distance 'phones. Day
'phones 821 or 822; night 'phone
478 We pay all calls.
If a man worth one Million
Dollars called on you and you knew
it, he would get your attention at
We represent several Million
Dollars in flour Mills, and it will
pay you to consider usbef ore buying.
We Represent the Following Mills:
Hopkinsville Milling Co., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Nashville Roller Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
The Wright Milling Co., Bluefield, W. Va.
Blumont Milling Co., Blumont, Va.
Oxford Milling Co., Oxford, Ohio.
Eldred Mill Co., Jackson, Mich.
Cumberland Valley Milling Co., Nashville,
D. A. Stickles & Son, Hagerstown, Md.
Kelley Milling Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Northwestern Mill & Elevator Co., Toledo,
Laurenceburg Roller Mills, Laurenceburg,
Palmetto Brokerage Co.
Greenville, S. C.
W. H. Moore, Mgr.
Office 'Phones 821 and 822. Residence Phone 478.
WILL MAKE YOU
-~ OUR BANK
84 WILL MAKE
~ } GROW OLD
/ ~AND FEEB3LE
<AND BE WIT HOUT
\MONEY IN THlE
/ BANK ?'
The boy who builds a fine physique in his youth
will have a strong constitution to fall back upon in
his OLD AGE. He won't be so liable to contract
disease; he will have the STRENGTH to fight it off,
th'e same with BANKING YOUR MONEY. Build
a INANGJAL CONSTITUTION for the years to
dike OUR Bank Y( 1a, a
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
BEST TONIC IS S.S.S.
Few pecople get through the winter It insures blood purity and health.
ind spring withopt attacks frcm one S. .S. S. for 50 years has heen the
>f the man y b)10 maladies that leave standard treatment for all blood trou
hemiyvcak ando mn tmeethe >dry- bles. Catarrh, rheumatism, malaria,
n~ghe wart se ons n that bloo isin skin diseases, and other troubles aris
apaeihe ofts p~song that enrg and2 ing from impure and impoverished
issube ofuilding ete neesrgy ato blood yield to S. S, S. The best tonic.
issea ulth. popri neesr Get S. S. S. from the drug store, and
This condItIon Is revealed In many regain your health. Don't take a sub,
ways, and by many symnptoms but aft stitute. It as guaranteed purely vege
pob t to one thing-i-nfected blood, table. Writo 'as for free medical ads
ond trust anstsurel the Scall for the ice Address Medical Department 5$4