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BANK YOUR MONE
AND HAVE A
HOME OF YOUR1 OWN.
When you have saved enough money to buy the
property---( heaper for cash)---you can borrow on your
property to build your house. But tan't do a thing
right until you start putting in in the bank.
It grows in the Ank: it safe in the bank. The
banker's advice is ftee, a he bank always accommo
dates its patrons. '
Start a Bank Account NOW.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Come to Our Bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
There is no truer way to live up
to the highest motive of patriotism
than to wear KEEP-KOOL Summer
Clothes. It guarantees employment to
hundreds of thousands of workers when
the trade adjustments are made after
the war is over.,
"MADE IN U. S. A." tands for 'Atirring ap
peal that no loyal ericarcan afford to
THE HOUSE OF4CEEP-KOOL
THE '>NELLENBURG CLOTHING COMPANY
For Sale Exclusively By
CLARDY & WILSON
IT IS HOT
This is an expression heard without a dissent
ing voice. To fret and worry will only adid to
to your discomfort. It is but a repetition of parat
We suggest to apply the scissors a~d needle
nsome of hese nice sheer fabr'c e~her in colo-r
ed or whit[: Linen, Batis sot ed Swiss e'
other light ;r eight text . The wearing of the
same will relieve thd ituation.
White, black, grey and bronze silk hosiery.
A new line of ladies' neckwear just received~ at
W. G. WILSON & Co.
Job Printing of the Better Quality
-Advertiser Printing Company
MEN NEEDED IN FORESTS.
'rowder ('all-. for 3,1114 Fromt 31
Washi.gton, .July 1: .. ovost Mar
stial tettral Crowde: --iay issued a
call for :.0n0 more i - from thirty
eight States to prodit~ ruce wood
in the forests of the Northwest for
airplanes. Front class one only mon
who are qualified for special or limlited
service will be accepted. They as well
as registrants in the second, third and
fourth classes qualified for general
military service. may voluntee- until
July 23, but after that dYe sufficient
men will le selected from class one
to make up 'xny deficiency in a State's
quota. The men are to entrait, July
29 for Vancouver Barracks. Washing
The allotmetns by States include:
Alabama 35, Florida 25. Georgia 50,
and South Carolina 25.
Why will you suffer from this most
dreadful disease when ,Rlie has
oroven the Greatest Reme for the
past 2i years? Thousan of people
testify to its wonderful res. This fa
mous prescription t l Id be in your
home. .Have I re 2 'when you feel
thrf first shootig tin. I-Rheumo is
a clean effilcier ent in the restora
Iton and CoIn ation of your health.
Demand the bottle with big L. Price
$100. For sale by laurens Drug Co.,
[Laurens; City Pharmacy, Clinton;
Blanding Drug Co., Fountain Inn:
Gray Court Drug Co.. Gray Court: or
write Chapman-Alexander Labora
Commends N. U. ~ini.
Editor The Advertiser:
I want. to say that I have known Mr.
N. B. Dial, candidate for the United
States Senate. all my life. I want to
say in his behal that he is a good
business man and a friend of tli
working man and Is always ready and
willing to aid a man who is willing
to help himself.
I am a farmer and 'aIso run 1 .-.aw
'i! huwsines- ~Wheneve-r I need-,! a
sale for my limb.r or t-, iluance buasi
"ess Colonel Dia' iiways ..:intd me
:1 helping utand. In '! I when !( Iton
drp)e)Pd so low !'. to(.k my C..t tn ie
(ctip t and I''ned mIII, money to tILe
Iver that paPiC. fe is the lotn ider
of the second bonded warehouse in the
state for14/storage of cotton -to help
the 'ariler. I knoir of many instances
where! h has gaved men from financial
failure by PrompT assistance and in
dul ino. 1.' is the man to representI
: t ti ! Period.
ours ery VPIru ly.
GIRLS! ITS YOUR
STEP THAT ATTRACTS!
41 I.II lp1.' too much heed to
Iheir ( e, in stead of their coirns.
'a r 49 . A isk. -Iy
titd.ttroy ;)tauty antd 4Frace he.
:nM al m n rg .sto 'for a giut;-[eg ,af
an~ )lincte it freez i. Tinsv wi ;i~
-ki b !t ut .utli ' to remeove ex rt
ar ori iio~ft co )1' rallus from one's
A f''W dro ' aplied directly upon a
'ind 'r, touichy corn1 rel ieves thlie sore
nets anid soon1 the entire corn, toot and
:til, lift~s right out withot pain.
Thliis f reezone is a guminmy sutbst ance
which dries instantly anti simpily
shrivels up the corn wifhout inflaming
or even ir ri tat ig thle surrPbu11nding
WVomen muitst keep ini inid that corn
less feet e reate a youthftul step which
enhance her afttrac t iveness.
MARlCH IN HIONOR.0~F FRANCE
All Alliedi Nations Represented In
MIonster Parade ini Paris on IBasille
'Paris, Ju ly I1I.- -Heroes d ist ingu ishi
ed duii ing the war in all the entelite
allied arPm iis parPt icipatedi in a monster
para de through t he It reefs of Pariis to
day in ccelebration)1 of tilt foilrteenth
of Inuly-H~iast ile day. American troops
froml the 4ir st antd second dlivisions, re
cclntlyC cie ini army orders, refpresent -
ed the I 'n itedi St ates army. One dietacrh
mencit took part in the capture tof Can
tignly, wh ile' others were in' the Cha
teau T1hierry fight ing.
All the American units had heen
in France more than a year andi wore
tw~o service stripes. The American
ex peditionary forces were showered
withI flowers b~y Frenich cirlis and11 Were'
r cei ved all a long thle rou te w ithl the
The parade was revie wed by Pres I
dint P oiniicarit, w.Vho was aecompnieh td
by (Gen. .Johin .J. Pcershinug, the toml
miantdert-in -chief tof the lin ted States
forces in France. Thi' AmIlericalns oc
CIupied secotnd place in thle coIn14
AllI branches of thle F"renclh army
serv ice werte r'epres5 etd. Th'le Alp1ine
ChlautsseurPs receivedl ani ovatilon whlet
singing thlei r w~cll known Alstat an
sonig atlong-/the lIie of march. ils
toric Fr'entCh regimnents, with battle
flags of the Napoleonic wars, as well
asi thle engagements ini the piresent w~ar,
includIng thle battles of the Marne,
the Verdun, the Sommie, the Alune
and Champagne. were cheered with
"Vive la Poit", wvhile girl threw
flowers to them.
A hatration of Belgians followed the
Aiericans. Then came British con
tingents. including -the Gregadier
guards. the Black W'atch, Ircth
Guards, Canadians and New Zeland
ers. Bagpipes accompanied High
landers who came out of the trenches
The Italian representation included
Alpine units. A detachment of the
Polish army was loudly cheeted by
the crowds. A band played a Sousa
march. while many Poles greeted the
American expeditionary soldiers lining
the streets with "Hello American
Czecho-Slovaks who had fought on
the Russian front, carrying the ban
ner recently presented them by Presi
dent Poincare. sang a battle song
that was pleasing to the spectators
who cheered them. The song was
timed to marching cadence and the
siing was as perfect as the unity of
th lines of the chorus.
A Russian detachment of the
French Legion of Honor. officered by
Russians. occupied a place in the
parade A battalion of Greeks and
.Plortitai.use also was present. Part o
the line was taken up by French
inarines, sailors and cavalry.
American ambulances concluded the
pr-cession and here again the ovea
seas soldiers were showered with
flower4 and cheered.
Unfavorable weather. with frequent
rain. did not prevent all viewing
noint.s of the parade obtainable from
being crowded. Many persons had
taken up their positions the night be
3y spoeial arranienioiit, *ctididod
soldiers were given good places tO ..?k
The line of march was from the
Bois de Rolouigno through various
wide avenues to the Tiileries Garden.
As the official party left. President
Poincare and Premier Clemenceau re
eiverd ovations. Marshal .otfre. hero
of the Marn, also was enthusiastical
IAI'llENS MAN LOES IIE.
"For 10 vears I suffered severely
from stomach trouible. The doctors
said I had anicor of the stomach and
nothing would do but an operatiou. I
took my last round of Mayr's Wonder
fill itemedy 2 1-2 years ago. Sine then
I sleep welI. eat what I want antd !'ol
fine.'' It is a simpie, harmless I
para ion that romove thle ; ta.
Mij elit . f)i the iltest inal < et ani
allay- the inflanimm1tion w ch cautses
nractienly all sti dacl liver* andi
naterest rlnd. I d a
.MIN401,1) M,1114m1 .NI1) DRAA.t l
It. \''.eilh I'tes Nowl .\t, in "The
li onor System."
"Tle lonr syf -m. :.. '
'i gippingi 4#ma t 1se ongly at
the hoar' strings. i; far from lin a
. er)t ni'i titui of hiff. ill - *.I- most !i.;
trosinig phats. This rippinig drama.
to thle ttroduict ion of vwhih Ilhe stat'
of! A r!')ina lenit 1t. rnt ire 'rtorce.,
andii which vividly protrays co')ihnn
along the Mexican border. has bieen
.instly3 doecibhed is "thie .rttest. hut
manit story ever told."
Its huimaneness liis :iot Only in its
faithful dienietioni of the struggle be
tween virtute and the unseen powers
of grtaft. bit in the ilashes of rare h u
mor that l igth the pietten like tlashes
iny of these touches are inspira
ttions on thle parit of R. At. WalIsih, 0f
the Fox Fiiltm Corporat ion. whose
muast erly work in -Jir ec tig "The
H oon System" stampls himi as one of
the foremiost directors of the cinema
world. Among the most novel thiitgs
lie did was the ttse of animal actors to
sultiy part of the humor. There are
rabblits, dogs, geese, rats, horses and
other meminbers of thle an iimal world in
the cast, of "The H onor Systenm". Any
mot ioni pictur Ie diretctotr will tell yotu
tahi no actor', not even thle mlost temn
peramni talI of lie tilhbe, is quite so
hartd to 'natnge before thle ramiera as
an animal actor.
T[his big featutre will he shown at
t he Onera Houise Friday of this week.
Also Texas Ritchiie "the Strong Mi
ftr011 Texas"~ in person.
GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN
WITH LEMON JUICE
Mlake n bieauty lotion for a few centts
to remoHn tjin, freckles, sallowness.
Yourt g rocer has thle letions anid any1
tirig stote or toilet (ountert will ii ply
youi withI three oun ices of ott harmd
whlil't'e a fe weenits. Stipiteze the
JiuI'- of I wo fri hi leinonis it a bhittI10,
lheni pat in ie orci ' white aind
shak' well. I'hisj ~ es a eyr,''r
111 in o the vefyhb letmon ai whta
ene r a nd ('on il oni heautlner knhownr.
Mlassage Iihi.agrn t, * (rea my lot ion
daily inito i e face, neck, arms and
hiane and jutp see hiow~ freckles, tani,
salio wness'5, tedniess andii roit hneass1
disappecar and how stmooth,. soft and
ceai lihe skin heromes. Y'ee' it is
harmoless, and the beautfiul resultiti
will Isur prise y'tlt.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Need6
Because of its tonist and flaxativ& effect, LAXA
TIVJR BROMO QUININRI~s better than ordtinaty
Omilni ne and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
foren te gig........ of E. r. nROVE. l=
Iam Sincere! Stop Calomnel!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Listen to me~! Calomel sickens and you may lose a
day's work. If bilio , ns i ted or,
headachy read my guarant
Every druggist in town-your costs but a few ents, and if it fails
druggist and everybody's -druggist to give easy r ief in every case of
has noticed a great falling-olT in the liver sluggisi ess and constipation,
sale of calonel They all give the you have on to ask for your ioty
same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone back.
is taking its place. Dodso Liver Tone is a plensan i;..
'Calomel is dangerous and people tasting purelv vegetable rnioiv.
know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone harn as to both children and adults.
is perfeetlv safe and gives better re- Ta , a spoonful at night and wake
sults," said a prominent local drug- ii feeling fine: no biliousness, sick
gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is per- adache, acid stomach or consti
sonally guaranted bv everv drug- ated, bowels. It doesn't gripe all
gist who sells it. A large bottle the next day like violent calomiel.
SHEET MET WORK
Tin, Slate and Gravel Roofing.
Cotton Mill Sh t Metal Work.
We sell and ' stall Warm Air
Furnaces for eating Residences,
Schools, et . Write or Phone
DIVVER ROOFING CO.
ANDERSON, S. C.
are 'adirhe ribbed tread
fan uliarWf associated with
Cofd 'tires and in the fai
rnots Fisk Non-Skid Tread.
No matter which of these
tires you choose yo. cannot
g o wrong!
They are big, sturdy,
siliency, speed, mileage,
Liquid SHOH C.
* ~ a$111