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Is usually found through the prompt
administration of a mildly laxative,
dispersive tonic-one that will scat
ter the inflammation, remove the
waste, and help Nature to build up
Peruna is That Tonic.
Its action is prompt, usually very
effective, and its use is without harm
ful ffcects. Every household should
keep it at hand for this purpose, and
every catarrhal sufferer should reg
ulaily use this reliable remedy.
The tablet form will be found very
convenient. A tablet or two at the
very beginning of a cold will fre
quently prent its development,
and the' t::blets may be taken reg
ularly w thi bet: lic ial results.
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SURVEY OR .
Terracing, Leveling, D'rainage.
GRAY COURT :.:S. C.
hUndertakers and Embalmer.
Colleena ryed ay 1 ctrl, c ~cI nigh,
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
GradJuate itth 1-2 Years E~xperltinc
D~entist and Surgical W1ork
P'osey's Drug Store
B. R. TODD
Zagineerlug ans tContractinfb
Land Surveys a SEbalety
.allane Work S d ltill done or i
DR . F. FLOWER
li si e asoted wt
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Gr out'le it12 iYe arsExe.ec
O Dlentis t andloi' Surgic r ork
Ptoreys ru Store
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Oflcs fo rt.foo..\a.ni1T m
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Pro'elmne tetion 'hi ot,
p M, 'T \\AS up~on Dine of those
gootd 11( hiys of nettarls
four instireti years age
, whe n It ht piri. ('itive eo hold
burenneers't'I, ('(rt11z, wits
gritlitig Mex ico unler his
iron heels and setuding his
-ships hoek"I hladen with trens
irl's, and while :ill Spail
was rtinging lilke a hell tc
tie tuna tf his deeids, that
the beg:~initi of the ci
e"nustainces htapp1ene'd. As
to W e t'w the etliig was
duet to a1 nealr mairaele or
=- h pure 1h:1nte ' (e int st
taks hi. cl ic (. h1t the way it :ai ti ai
pel'o (l wai :; t':rlo 1 te \ t
haetr, itri w n 1.1hi c l v :- y i s silv r ix
~iii :11\4"1t 11" "uc 1 1 :" I:I routi!10' t-t:(t : e-1
il tn l ' a1: 1 iit, ii( ! 4 il itt it ad
:114iv 1 tae t ilt :11 ill sinutt O
liy t'i lste in uub l t ii toi lili the grtui
('hil 4 t :r t i t h rithi t I ' a
rm-. ae --is; inews afte uwichli
wordhi of tn e hrie it wanno do?1
Tru1111. he4 ha:1 xh! wn1:.1 the1 tree.4 of1 ('1n
(Ite t first :1114 tunn1Iy gehh-..ti nli ples
hav\eI t':1llen int14 hli" hel1tnet b.1ut inl his
haste" has: he not left' as ina:ny tinire
bh1inal' I will fol w in his step~s,
atul w\ith mitc"h lests t r(ot!I than he'
fell himt gathe'r those1 hw has left h1'
hindl, also b tecoming rich an(l famnous.
I will take my two ships. surnmoun
m ly tuo'n and sail to this land 11f gold."
And thus having dete(rininedl li' us
semblhed his crew's, after which he
sought out the good padre Fe~rdinand.
"Father," he said. "I have two ats
good ships ats ever broke at wave and
There Caume a fMighty Tug Upon th
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: *i i. i 2I W Ii ti I l iil
aw . 'hy -l lii' 11115:12ileP'
said as he ('ossei limself, "youi have
('on'e p4relimred to convert if universe."
"if the heller the ahy the better the
<eii, why mny it not as well he that
the greater the emiblen the greater
h lwreupon tlhey tnnde sail and (Its
appl"are~d adown thse westertn horizon.
ArIl froin that dauy nearly -10 years
ago uintil but a few toliths :),,I no eye
of I.ui saws sign or trace of thein.
* * * * * * *
Up the ilulf of Alexi the oil irge
i'4'sent e:ti ne wi allow ing lio a pig i
the trough of hurly, rough ndii tmnble
;eiii thalt roun over her like the shith
erin't tggue ii o (niontl rous br ples
:itn' rol a. eep <l!vie iln wier thi oiid
en eis ,lanl od nIll. wheaed, while
\I f1:ir b, the (' ;ig norl r ratheil1 his
ithei adub the i esiy s he wt(hed tiheir
:tet 'llic id nhorin::. ".\ir wh ile by
then 5n- of he I. lgrd twey way last
fil, trvip u wa, s inging inisdonht it,"
of tpumh-red. "' l- i t on t ninute are
thaey lible to fly to Ilinders like the
wei(ng'rus old onefhrae, shrau." n
And( fly to pi IS they did. With
the reinert of fa gun a conneting piw l
stiund sunder, n111 the next instant
Ites r slh hJavned, while with the roar
of a nchorn I cyliinher held went
ernushing through It hulkchend. Ini an
instat the engine roomn was deluged
with live vapor, tll al one thrust
of his arm the engineer shut off the
stea and half fainting fronm his seils
ent working his way forward be
tweenn sens to the bridge where Cap
lain Travers was clinging in nt smother
of spume. "And its gone to glory they
have, sir," he reporte, with a denth's
head grin. Gry of face, Travers point
ed to the har' of Madre ela Lagunn
with Its spouting fonm a few niles
uncder their lee. .
sl"Then so hav et along with thern.
Our anchor will never hold on this
hottomn, and we'll all ent Christmas
d1inner tonorrow in Davy Jones' lock
er." Reverently McArdle drew n small
cross from his pocket, kissed it and
replled iIt while the captiin looked on
"It will take a bigger cross than
that to save ts," he announed
grimuly. The engineer straighted his
"Thrit may he, sir. Yet hig andl
smnll, that samte token has saved
liiiny a in man and 'tis my belief it will
save many another. Leastwise, 'ti.s
our only hope." Down to his ownl
Al. n Iht' longIii t escet, pln
ing ii uckar nit sth retain
Ienble ti I wlb h rs h t n int it'
i l: o lt i i s in iff i w t
friofi n w i.w l l v r h
ill be u i t ('r4 o s d r
havf e ini l il n a wii h to
uin t wods T reor. h t Iha
tj il d-iri ne down ti.h ei e
c Ita'in i t u t'sii.'\
h e ' ti ' - 'v lo i il t -ir v\t - inier U
A Christmas Song
FO AE-GO AM LAND p
By FLORENCE EVELYN PRAT ' FOR SALE--GOOD FARM
h, Christmas is a jolly time Fi'-e tracts of good Land, ranging in tracts of
When forests hang with snow Fifty to One Hundred and Fifty, known as the
and other forests bend with toys
And lordly Yule logs glow: old home place of J. 1I. Sullivan, near Hickory
nd Christmas is a solemn time Tavern, 12 miles west of Laurens.
Because beneath the star Large Brick House and other Buildings,
rihe first great Christmas Gift was
given on nmain Public Road, close to schools and church.
To all men near and far. I 1rice yrd T( in's right. Apply to
But not alone at Christmas time B. M. WOLFF,
Come holiday and cheer,
For one who loves a little child Laurens, South Carolina.
Hath Christmas all the year. g a I
Prince Albert gives
its flavor is so different and so
Sp:' delightfully good;
' s : ,it can't bite your tongue;
A -it can't parch your throat;
- --- you can ?nole it as long and
+ as hard as you like without any
comeback but real, tobacco hap
On the revere side of every Prince
Albe.rt piaj<ckage you will read:
- ' PROCESS PATENTED
9 7 ,--JULY 30.un, 1007''
- That meanS to on a lot of tobacco en.
i' joyment. Prince Albert has always been
1sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
Ny Etieyod A L B E R T uccC.
the national joy smoke
YOU'LL find a cheery howdy.do on tap no iti
matter how much of a stranger you are in the I +K
d necA of the woods you drop into. For. Prince 0 d ; i 0 0
in goodness an Albert is right there - at the tirE place you I 0
pass that sells tobacco I The oppy red I
in pipe satisfaction d;ells for nickel and the tid re ' IR
is all we or its enthusi- homeon and hfpound
astic friends ever claimed that keeps t t
for it! an the
It answers every smoke desire you i
or any othepman everohdsteItrisos
tant and appealing to your
smokeappetite that you will get chummy with I (I~
fit i abmghyghotuime _tr_____
ieWill you invest 5c or c to prove out our say- Thie h revers side of the
Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read
so on the national joy smoke? rePatnted Process" Meyaoue
rtoyo any otherz mant eve had I ins
in making Prince Albert so muah
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem. N. C. to your liking.
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