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THE FIRST STEP
Usually the first indication of a
lowering of health is found in the
bowels and liver. Something goes
wrong-we eat too much, or work
too 'hard-and the bow'el action
weakens or the liver is sluggish.
That heavy feeling on arising in
the morning, dryness of the
throat, with bad taste, a slight
headache, dull *es--all show that
food has fermp ted in the intes
tines, atid th t the body is man
ufacturing poisons instead of
-lear It; all out. .GIve the
stomach and bowels.alresh start.
Encourage the liver to go to
work. Manalig.Idoes all of this,
without, grpffig or weakening.
It's th 1al laxative and liver
tontic, bause it follows Nature's
plan, without discomfort, inflam
mation or forming a habit. Con
stipation may be overconic with
Liquid o r
V R l t ftrn
Wapakoeta, Oio ets am a farer
u I e candy.
them,. a l di
% 10 and 25
The0 Peruna Co
orl olumibus. .
Vinol Restored Mr. Martin's Strength
Wapakoneta, Ohio.r n am a farnier
by occupation, and the (rippe left me
with at bad cough and In a nervous, weak,
run-down condition, and I could not
ace to get anything to do me any good
until I took Vinol, which built me up
and my cough and nervousness are ll
gone, aind I can truly say Vinol is all
thatt is claimed for it"JMSMARTIN.
Vinol is a conoltional reme(y for
aill weak, nervous and run-down condi
tions of men, women and children, and
for chronic. coughs, uolds and bronchitis.
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., LAURENS
Also at the leading drug store in g0
South Carolina towns.
LIQID FACE POWDER.
The beauty secret of
l to tak care of the com
y t plexic@. Cannot be
dete ed. Hals Sun
hurn , Jo opifan. Soothing
Ths p coolin iefreshing. 4
Pink, Whil 'Rose-Re a
ygc. ae'Druggits oo bY inall darect
Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp.
Lyon Mig.Co.. 40 Slouth Fifth St.. Brooklyn. N.Y.
, to Motherhood
Well Known Preparation Re
lieves Much Suffering.
The greatest crisis in the life of
woman is when she becomes a mothe
All her physical strength is taxed t
the- 1imi6 at such a. m. It 1-so inc:
sary Jtal dhresBae held systema<
anthe reat event in morder to yoeer
Onehosnd of mjsoterfulvemac
Daeriesianem ut-" Ers Totried
Th aheparaionis abpred millionl
ang ils copesuedt. ecio nta
in, oreing Live h, epoIoati
muscles Cance tendoi lc3ofte utnsu
stan.netns Natrcl e'c tdencyis
sfrelev the pain rdstangerbytal
cris is, eavithe mothe icn ac Jeasi
of The exprectan Cor Cnrssmen, r
trm Laerust, akply itnigtes a
mosn, nndrfersM beining-itls u
eviefry fl-roee boo ousr. Munne
practicral pnorison is coni
it.medy areoess Bradfiel tRgua
Comanes thepstem, driveslantG
andthebo remedy No aleto on
oonStomac Aimns~ rt
G ear Mf. Chmit Chcgo
tane ote of Mayr'sWonderful R
D rosm ourgtEnowan Totre
fatomachoe ill beretdmirnes
og ale byessurenigstion, Compt
dt aoter relialerugof tSom
FRO3I CHINA SOON
Special Commission hans Advised (lov.
ernment to Etter the World Conilict.
Poking, April 29.-A declaration of
war against Germany by China is ex
pcected within a fortnight.
The special commission for inter
national affairs designated by the gov
ernment had advised that China en
ter the war. The question will go be
fore parliament shortly.
The American minister, Dr. Paul
leinsch, held a reception at the lega
tion today to twenty provisional mill
tary governors composing the military
conference, which recommended re
cently that China declare war. The
governors were received with full
military honors by the legation guard
and were welcombed by Dr. Iteinsch
and prominent members of the
American colony. The minister made
an address congratulating the gover
ors On evidences of co-operat Ion inl
all parts of Clina, and asslired
them that they had the best wishes
of tihe Ilnlited States.
G en. Hall Siu Chliang respondel
for tle governors, saying they real
ized tihe l'nited Slates was China's
A CHILD GETS CROSS,
SICK AND FEVERISH
i.ook Miother! ji ingue is 'coated
clean little liver and bowels.
if your little one's tongue is coated,
it is a Sitre sign the stomach, liver
aid bowels need a gentle, thorough
cleansing at one. Whei your child
is cross. peevish, listless, pale, doesn't
sleep. eat, or act naturally; if breath
I bad, stomach sour, system full of
cold, throat sore, or if peevish, give a
teaspoonfitl of "California Syruip of
'igs", and in a few hours all the
clogged-utp, constipated waste, !lauit
bile aiid undigested food will gently
move oit of the bowels, and you have
a weili playful child again.
Sick children ieedil't be coaxed to
ta ke this harmless "fri* axative". &\III
lions of mothers Wp it.-miny be
causo they kniov, f-trolon ont the
stoitach. liver AT( bowels in prompt
and sure. They also know a little gliv
en today saves a sick cliild toimorrow.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent. bot
Ile of "California Syrup of Pigs'",
which cottains directions for babies,
clildren of all ages and for grown
lps plainly on the bottle. leware of
couniterfelts sold here. Get the genui
iin' miia1de by "Califorila Fig Syrul
MAY LE'VY T.AX OIN
D1lhemnocrats inderstood to be Dlvidei
its to the Proposed Income Taxes
Washington, April 29.-inoilleia
accounis of the vork of the I loust
ways and means subcommittee fran
ing the war tax bill have arouset
something of a storim among botl
Democrats and Republicans. ieno
irats are inderstood to be divided o
i lie proposed income taxes, particu
larly the rate on incomes of mor1
than $100,000, while Republican:
Ithreaten trouble over the subcom
0 mit tee's plans for taxes on exces
"proftls and inctomes. They also prtom
ise to make a tlght for tariff legislatiol
to raise a part of the $l,500,000),00
d or01 more to lie provIded dluring thi
The objections of many Rlepubilica
0an t D1 emor'a tie members are base
on Ou inofilcial statemnetnts of the tente
0tive draft on whlich the sutbcomiil
tee hats wvorked more than a wveel
Even mnemb ers of thle full ('0ommtittc
are without tanuthloritativye iniforma tic
as~ toi full details of the draft. wle
d la to be presen tedl at a meetinag Tu'e,
n itotIs that thle Inocomte exceptic
r~ for singel persons had beeti lowerc
hv~ Ithe su bcommit tee to $1 ,000t camle
ai suprise to oiter' 'omm iiitt eemien.
Amtiendm ientIs of thle excess iprotl
tax law to I ici ld tiatny corpiorta l
anrI pesonts tnot nowi' embrtaced I:
se(adl of mertel y iincreasintg thle lire
enit ralt's, as no0w lpropo~sed, willI
itrgedi vigoroutsly' by Ilepubllcanis.
Efforts also wvill be made in t1
ftu I (otmit ttee to amiendo thle law
reach'l iunintcorptorated inv~estors, sit
as ind (ividua slieep atnd ('attie ral
IHomad to ilappinetss.
d He amtiable, c'heerful anad good I
tot d an youare uch ore likel'y
. Wa ppy. Yotu will lnd this dIifliu
of If niot imp jossibile, htow'ever, whten y'
18' arIe conist anttly t roublled withI cosni
a- pat in. Take Chatmberlain's 'Tabb
on andt~ get ridl of that and It wvIll be ea:
m-i Thesc:e talets niot otnly move the bo
ch welis, butt imiprove the appetite a
of st rengthetn thle dilgestloon.
ice W1ILL lf0('i10E ilE R~iTES.
of tOn Paretel Potst From, United Sta
gh to Mexieo,
to Laredo, April 27.---Rates on lpar
post imattei' fromi the Unitedl States
the Mexican points will he (doublledl,
na- gInning May I, according to ofilcial1
inly tice received by Postmaster Worshi
FE* herte today, from the director of -M
leo, can posits at Mexico City. Thte reat
ob-'- given is that the Mexican governmn
'with its present facilitigs is unable
handle parcel host properly anod it
believed increased t'ates will cal
ny I dueh matter to be shipped by expir
ar as freight.
1,000 AMElIIC"AN 31
SITROEONS TO (4)
Will b1e On F1iring Line Within Three '
3Months to Serve with Allied Arnales.
Washington, April 29.-Plans for
sending 1,000 American surgeons to
l4itrope for service with the allied 0
armies were announce( tonight by Ilte C
general medical board or the Council
of National Defense. The men will be
picked by the Americali College or c
Suirgeons and the aim is to have them
on the firing line within three months.
The announcement was made after i
a conference today with Col. T. 11. )
Goodwin, ranikiing iedical ollicers of
the British forces In France, here as
a member of the British war comiis- a
The offer of surgeons for the allied
fron ts came from the regents of the
college of surgeons and won the im
medialte approval of the melvdical
board. It was inspired by Col. Good
win's story of dlfliicutlt ie's (reat Brit
am and i Frane are havitng inl keep
ing 1teir imedleal ranks tilled, and
a waits only the formal sa nelion of the
government 'before selection of th:e
li addition to offering surgeotts for
the alties, the college of im-geons,
wihli the American -Medical associa
lion. put at the medical board's dis
posal today Its entire organization.
'rite college of surgeons offered the
tmedical' board for setrvice throttgh
o'ut the war Its director and ofliceS
Deans of -16 medical schools meet
Ing here today reported to the board
that they had decided to make noll
changes in their courtses towards J
shortening systems of instruction I
that a continuous stream of trained (
young medical men may be stt pipied
to Ithe army and navy if the war lasts I
a number of years.
llospitdals also will eut down their
staffs to give the military forces the
largest tnmbert of physiclians possi
Den tat surgeons of the country, It
was annun]ced, are also mobilizing
forees for the armny and for service
witlh the allies.
NO NEED TO
i~rFEAR BALDN2.1 AlES S
Ilere's a (ood Way to Stop Loss of
Halir and Start. New Hair Growth.
If your hair is falling or thinning
out. ,don't. wait another day, btit go
to Laurens Drug Co. and get a holl.le
of Parisian Sage, the trtuly ellicient
I Don't say: "It's the same old story
I've heard it before," but try a bottle I
at theit' risk. They guaranice Par
stan Sage to grow hlr. to stop failing
hair, to cure dandrpfT and stop scalp
itchI, or money haclk.
Paristan Sage contaips .luit i th
eleieits n eteded to pr9por-rly3' invigorate
and onurish tIhe hwtl' roots. it's a
prime favorite wit h discrimin atling Ila
(ies because it makIces the hair soft,
bright, and appear twice as abutndant.
Parisian Sage is inexpensive and
~ easily obtainable at all (Irg stores.
)i Now. !s the time to g ut rid oif yourt
a rheumiat ismt. You will tfind ('hamtber
in u's i itment a gr'a eat ep. 'Tte r'e
Iilef which it affords is atomne worth
ORE FOODS'I'UFFS a
ARItE. BEING PLANTED
reparedness Connission Iecelves
Letters From Farmers In All Sec.
Columbia, April 2.-Last week -1-51
inlpaign meetings in the interest of
vie preparedness were held in South
arolina and Judging by the number of
tters received by the preparedness
im1mission the appeal for m1ore food
,ops are having a telling effect.
housands of' acres have been planted W
>food crops and this fall the indlea- -
ons are that South Carolina's food
lil of $100,000,000, which goes to oth
r states will be cut down consider
liIy. The Sumter county public safe
: committee has cnlled upon the State
lilt entlary authorities to piow ipl
le cotton on .t ate lands and plant
ardens. Yesterday afte n1oon e1izelns
f Columbia canvassed the city for
le plirpose of asverta ill ing all o the
nused land within the liiniis
It. is; pointed out by the experts that
food crops coitinue to increase in
alue, Ile coltto crop will necessarily
1tfe, becautse m1en must (al ibe fo
hcy wear clothes. To this en1d more
han 1,000 mass meetings will lie held
i the school houises this week wh'len
tie farmers will be urged to plant
It will not. he piossible in this (ai
'aign to materially redlice the cottoli
rop, but it is hoped to have much
trplus land planted.
Best. Iemedy for Whooping Cough.
"Last wiliter whe) mily little hoy had
Ie whooping cough I gave lii Ci Khai -
ierlain's Cough Iteiledy,. writes '.\lrs.
. I. Ioberts. ast SI. Louis, Ill. "It
:ept his cough looe and relieved hm111
>, those dreadilful cougling spelis. It
the only cougolh Iledicinie I keep inl
he house because I have the most conl
Ideice in It." This remedy is also
'cod for 'olds an11d (rollp.
ONLY F011311EIR S0LDIE118.
.)rlderts llegarlding Enlistiteit. f
Nertires in Columbia.
Columbia, April 24.- No more nie
loces will he accepted by the ''oiluim
0ia 'ecruitiing ollie of, the 'nited
tat's army uniiless they are soldiers
w ho have bieen honorably discharged
by Seigt. Prank Itall, in charge of the
'olumlbia otlice. 'TI'e telegrain con
tainng the instruelions read:
"ConfIne acceptances forl' colored
infantry and colored eaval'y to mn11
who have had iir erice in Iths
ranilches. blt slip all colored appli
aills already acceplted "
Private Fred .1. Petorson, of tie ro
lumbia oillce, received a letter from
his superior' offlce tod y infortning
himili that lie hts beein made a corporal
and is to remain in Columbila for t11
The ('oluin ha recruiling oflile of
the armly has aecelted seventy-olie
applieant since .March 5.
igh Gaisoline Explaiued.
The ledral Trade Coi iml issloni ill
its rleport to Congre'ss, last Monday
said Ithat afteri investigation tle coi
iniss o had ieachied t ie I on.u I1sion
Iba:t the high pri1ce of garoline wvas
dule to 'Ihe fact that ithe Sta'ndardc Oil
('orlillu d1'com ina ted thle entire indus
Iry of mnak ing :sol ine In Itais ('0unltry'3
annd( thIiIs ke lt uinI the urice'.
("A well kept eottage I bette' than a mansii in ruins."
reward to a nyone' that caII provi that T. it. Pitts does
nIot handle "Kin; 'aint .\lfg. Co's"
FIRST GRADE ELBRA PAINT,
This painti has given un iversal satisfaclion for over iri ity--ive
years, whereVeri uIsedu.
For Kale :'lusively inl | 1-aurek by '. It. Pitts.
KING PAINT MFG.LCO.
Itrook'lyn, N. V.
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The Stupendous Metro Scrial in Fifteen Chaptcrs With
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"sw" AS STAR S
Mightiest.: of : Metro : Marvels
OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAYS
Five and Ten Cents
Read the Story in The Advertiser Each Week
'Me Combination that
Means Tire Satisfaction
'ichldin Universal Treads
As good t ies as money can make or
buy. iot only cont.in the very best of
rubber and fabric, but so much more
ci each that they weigh from 12 to 15'o
icavier than the average.
Michelin Red Inner Tubes
Made on a circular mandrel producing
a truly ring-shaped tube which fits the
casing perfectly whout stretching or
wrinkling. Michelin Tubes do not grow
brittle .or-'Orous with age.
In justice to yourself, give these mod
crate-priccd, high-quality lires a trial.
Laurens, S. C.
Michelin Red Tubies are often l.
iaied in coior but ntecr In quallip.
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