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"I SAVE TIME in my
"T H Ei '1'O U CIH of a lighted match
gives full heat on the instant and
the flame 'stays put' when it's regulat
ed. l- turns on and off like a gas
The New P'elfection Oil Cook Stove, the
stove with the long blue chimney, is
built to save time.
The long blue chimney gives a perfect
draft, and assures a clean, even heat
and a lasting 'sptisfag4ion.
New Perfection (il Cook Stoves are
made in many st les and sizes. They
are sold by most rood dealers who will
gladly show the .
Look for The Long Blue Chimney
Use Aladdin Security Oil to obtain the
best results in Oil Stoves, Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, I). C. BALTIMOIC Chnrlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. MU. Charleston, W. Va.
tichmond, Va. Charleston, S. C.
IT'S THE LONG ltU BLUE CHIMNEY
* Saved Girl's Life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re
ceIved from the use of Ti dford's Black-Draught," writes
*Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of 'Jifton Mills, K~y.
* "It certainly has no qual for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach trouble~ I firmly believe Black-Draughi
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles
*they went in on her, i ut one good dose of Thedford
O Black*-f.raughit made the break out, and she has had nc
more trouble. I shall never be without
o in my home." For constipation, indi:.:stion, headaiche, dzi
neCss, malaria, chills anid fever, biliousniess, and all simila
ailmeni e, TIh'd Erd's B3:ack-Drat:ght l;as proved itself a safe
relio!abK, 2iun!!e and vah!ah!e remedcy.
l1 If you~ saWer frosn any of t>. ee co::jainits, try Black
D 1rauv :ht. It is a me.1n C m wn ' i rit. Sevc:1ty..fi v
.CRITIC OF PRINCE. 1T
Admiral Holtzendarff Quit Navy k
Because of Kaiser's Brother. ra
DEMANDED A FREE HAND. ;ai
German Chief of Navy Staff Received (x
Imperial Promise and Was Re- pc
instated-Said Prince Henry Spoko hi
English Too Much-Mado Him Un- i
li'rlln.-Admiral llenning von 11o1t- cal
zendorif, chief of stal'f of the German at
admiralty and as such receiving a large '1'
shire of credit for the German chieve- til
meats in the great battle oil' Skager- of
rak, at tlied his present otlie In Sep- as
teiber, 1913, not contrary to the wish. ry
es of Grand Admiral von Tirpitz, as ti
has been stated, but against the recoln. In
nioidatio of I'rince Ileiry of Prussia.
the enperor's only brot her. n<
Prince blhenry Is ranking grand adni. el
rat and inspector general of the Ger- dil
inan mi ay. Thi Is an honorary office. fo
still one of great Influence. When the w
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l'hot~o by A anericani l'ress Associat ion.
PIt NCE iNaY.I
wa":r opened In Atigast, 191-1. lloltzen. 11
dorfl wV'as In r.'1 Irvinnu't. like I linden. I
burg. Tha'e victor of the hattle of Tan. p
nenburg, now the idolized field marshal
of the UeranI en pire, had been al
lowed in timte of peace to lenve the f
artiy. lie could not get along amicably K
with all of his superior oilcers. 11olt t
zendorff reta i ed because he dared to
criticise IPrlince llenry's exaggerated If
Ideas of discipline. The prince admired r
his nother's country so nauch that he a
spoke English almost all the time on t
board ship The question1able taste of
preferring it to his native Iangungo
tade him unlptilar. although his sub
ordinates were unturally debarred frua
Admiral von IIoltzendorT. who hai
commanded the (lernan high seas
fleet for several years. caie In direct
opposition to 'rince nliry when the
tenition to thle 01r11ninentill sIde of sell
a1 tour! of insplectlotn, if lhe founld thle
brass fit tinigs of' tile ship not1 as brIght
ly polIshed as lhe thought they ought to
he. lhe would order thle mana who had
done the w..ork tbrought, to himn and per
sonlly' senltenlce him11 to solitary con
* lineenti . IlolttzendorY was*11 tunable to
* get hIs w..ay, anid lhe was allowed to re
Princlny dleclined to receiv.e the
* salute of' AdmnIral lltzendorfY w..hen
tile tw'.o happiened to meet. anld w.hen
- tihe emperor InvIted Iloltzendorff to
Iret urn to hIs niaval duties the admIral
deellne~d unless he were glveni the post
* of sluremle au1thloity. where lie would
Snot be interfered with by3 PrInce lleniry.
W No man11 In thle Germnailvy repre
stnted to the samwe extenit as dId Ad
mlr al von1 ilolI'zendorff' the ideas of
nava Il warfare whieh tihe UnIted States
g fovernmllenit was'ii ini September of last
yearii iiusstinlg that G ertany aidopt.
Thue emplleror ('tt the GJordtlan knot.
in timie of w."ar, exercIsIng that genliusi
for chloosing the tight mian for the
right p:4:00 whleh lie InherIted from hIs
grandfarlIther, Wllllam in. lltzetndorff
was11 made11 chIef of staff,. wi.'th thle 1m
* ierial Iprom111Ise thaIt lie shiouhdlil hve ai
The udnhral's fiather was pres'5lident
.f~i the 1 o irt of appeniIs ini G otha1, where'i4
thle scon as4 aI lIi li by was'1 te terror of
-!it, hel was u11 1ll cbolh c' rank icsi and
r abI iity. in tihilnca cd m ot.a for l ht unt
tccu c'ver,' a dial imca ui -c ellib:cen oif
f thah( a.c dj~, i:wto cocf thei lit:i rea Iestate
01red i a I. a :cla ius o l .1LI Isi i .
Ini IN*~. '. uhen hei un': thirti ne ii t. lhe
hi it- u ' a he tol ch t h f 'T I f ic !n-:
- ittar 'i bin- t i ili wel
on of 2 t a nl;naie b th itt, o
my May Be In Captivity, but They
Are Never In Subjection.
'or nmany reasons the chase of the
phan2t sUnds at the apex of sport.
at man killer in open combat he
inks witi the lion and the African
f1alo. lie is the only beast that fears
other. While he will almost invarl
ly run 1rom the scent of m1an1 lie is
linvi)irl2bthly realdy to attack on the
ghbest (nro v4n)it ion2. l''er does not
ist for Ih 12. i I is overI wheinliing bulk.
wer, s: mi ; 1r ; .1 intelligence make
nit supe1' c ,1 : 243 the ronge of il.
Aks n1.1 21 :11. were not enough to
tabl1lln! Ih11 :I''r' h11(2en0e. he alone
rrles 1t tr2' I'y whicb Is one of the
21)1 prod11 I:.4 ,f the industrial world.
to value of ivory rises. It never flue
n1es. Nor is this all. in the mind
tle east the elephant Is intimately
soe(ated with dignity, pomp, pageant
nnd kingship. luit in the mind of
e native Afrienn he is king-a king
his own right.
In this regard let It be aflirmed that
elephant born in Africa has ever do
ely paced a hlippodromed stage, trun
ed a circus wagon or taken children
r a ride in the park. Those sleep
niking cattle known to the American
tblle as elephants come from India
ad ire mhere distant cousins to the
ng. You may have seen the African
ephanit In enptivity, but never In sub
et1on. Chain hitn to the floor behind
)in bars, and after ten years he is
ill quick to throw muck in the face
the man that jeers at him.-George
gnew Chamberlin In Century.
CHLOROFORM IN SURGERY.
he Horrors That Were Stopped by Its
Uso as an Anaesthetic.
Sir .2nies Simpson, who wat con
acted with the tudilcal department of
dinbu1rgh2 university, if not actually
le discoverer of chloroformn, was at
2y rate the first to introdnce its enm
toynlt as ain annesthetle hato sur-.
Tanl practice. This was in 1818.
l'revliusly all operations were per
Irmed vithott u2inesthelles. the pa
eat. heing drugged wIth whisky and
Ald Lown by strong nen while the op.
:1tin was perforIed. No medical
Iscovery ever did mnore to allevIt'
1 n111111 sti l'erilg.
Sir- .hintes is generally given credit, for
to 12411ni dlseo'(very of cilroorm', but
Is staled bi s4ne works that It vw
iscovered somne years pr'evious to hlb
rst experinen1ts by an Amerlean doe.
Or nane.l tirill'le andl by ia Frenel
hysleinn 2a1ed 2 ouber1ln. Inl an
ise, it wats Dr. Simpson who proved
14 grea01t ivalu2e 12s 12 annes22'thIti, ait
heI' room in whlih he made his first ex
eriments still exists In Edinbulrgh.
The story goes that he tried thl
hlo'ofori on hniself and two medica
riends. They proved Its etliency b.
imuiltaneously falling beneath thll
22ble. Sir James had considerabb
i'ejud1e to overcomne before chloro
urms was adopted generally by th2
medienl profession, it being denouneet
t one time as dangerous to health
corals and religion. - Pearson',
The Seal Ring.
'I'he seal ring dates back to the day:
f the Old ''estament, and products o
lie glyptic art, a1s gem engravig wn:
ailled, were known in the most remo
fames. In Exodus xxvlli, 17-20. men
ion is made of the following Stonle,
23522pon~ I whlehte 1names02 of the twelv
-ildren1 oif Israe1 were en2gralved: ThI
1anrd1u2, thie topaz1, thle enr1 buncle, thi
,InerlId, 132e 512upph1Ire, the dlian
le IIgur'e, 1the agate, (lhe -amethysis
)tervtI, (Inyx 21nd( jasper0. In vetrse
>f thie same21 (2hnyter01 we (nd 122ent21(
>f then engriavbIg of sinets upon01 th
1ardest52 2510ne0s. It Is believed that1 thI
[Ngyptian2s 1instru1c.ted the Israelites I
he4 art' of stone2 en~gravling. Thle Egy'l
111122 used'( 1120 lapida1ry's whl24C 512
m2ery3 po0wder and2( kneCw 11he usC (
he dhimond12( inI enlgrav~ing 02theri ha5r
tone2s. Am1on2g thle Assy'rian 121
Labylonian2 ruinsl wvere found thue sp11<
11mens22 of signetIs on gemls, 111any3 4
them12 et1 in2 rin~gs.
1Dub)11n eafstle 1251s a1 history of ovi
Isven1 cenitulries, for It was KIng Joli
wh'1o inI 1201 o'rderedl it to be built, "w(
forti111ed, w~ih goodl tosses an1d th2k
wallis stron~g enloughl to defend or' Co
trol the0 c113' " Ilen1ry [11., when abol
to vi3sit Irl'an2d 112 12 33, ord(ered (120 a
d11(ion2 of ai hal11, "with sulen11t wi
limprovemIenlts we're 1made1 In succee0
31ng re(igns2, 14ar2t leubIlrly by the0 Duke
Chlarenlce, 25441 of EdIward'( III., who 10
Vleero4y 25pent1 much(3 money03 (22 (the en
1t4e to make2 3'It convenient3022 (1as his2 fath,
'(.an't y442 children4'2 111ay wvithl 11212(4
2inll'~y rin in theII1 11 1243 1 do rb l''" asia32
Inother(2, who~l hald i225I e ltyling 12n vnha1
"No, S 2 in t e ," sah .\ IIte, "''.2 gult
12223p.5lhh'. '21 1.e', 3:21lith 11nd2 1 a
I layhn h2 ouse 4122. 12224 l''232bile Is 2324 ('4
le l242."-- St. 1.412i12 l'oJst lus2atch1.
32 a 2 1 2 1 n2 fell 122 th2e itrate ter2
1y half 24 century2 , amli 1(o'r 32he lil
Enao. b1 Said.
'1om :. 3 '4 4jer 2 212)y 14ll1ou ih t1.
2222!: ;.' mo3 2in2 2 2W 3222nher."
.i2. 21222 yV. 1 r2 3 h-4222t1ind
f 32 2 22 n 4 m e ', d ipleae at22 123 2d24
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 ubbefore 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,
Greenville, S. C.
W. H. Moore, Mgr.
Office 'Phones 821 and 822. Residence Phone 478.
The remaining stock of Ladies
and Misses colored parasols is of
fered at reduced prices. The cut
rprice appears in plain figures.
In hosiery you can secure all
Ssizes here in ladies silk lisle and all
X silk, both in white and black.
5 Ladies summer ribbed under
5vests, all sizes.
SW. G. Wilson & Co.
compan mW i the state with a M /iion Doloars Capital.
Heavy M'jeynti~ile lines in the~ City of Lau e na a
spech1dty. Ca ~n 'ite coutr dwll I IVelli er i i. aurens:
wVhn ' Uned y owne~r and not mortgaged1. Auto.
mobl hen i h spredu when necw and ~ u nincumn~beredi.
See me bef~orb :placirng your ins~uran~ce.
Ji, J. ADAMS, Agent.
Lauirena Nationl ak Buz~iling. Laurem, Sot Carolina.