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THOSE SHOE BILLS!
-KEP THEM DOWN
Mr. John IHeld, merchant, Aof Salt
Jake-Ci y, keeps an exact record of the
shoes he wears. IHe writes, "Two
pairs of Neolin Soles have worn for
me 19 months and I am on my feet
ninety per cent of the time."
This is not an extraordinary exam
)le of the money-saving service that
people get from Nenlin Soles. It is
typical of the experience millions are
having. These soles do wear a very
long time and so help you keep shoe
bills down. They are scientifically
made so they must wear.
Get Neolin-soled shoes at almost
any good shoe store. Get them for
your whole family in the styles you
prefer. And have these cost-saving
soles put oin your %\(woi shoes. They
are very comfortalk and waterproof
as welt as durable. Thev are made by
The Goodyear Tire & Rtubber Com
panty, Akron. Ohio, who also make
Wingfoot I lees, guaranteed to out
wear any other hees.
' rakd, Mar k lka. U. .. P'at. Off.
This Is Better
Ono NR Tablet Each Night For A Weok
Will Correct Your Constipation and
Make Constant Dosing Unneces.
sary. Try It.
.Poor digestion and assimilatiott
mean It poorly ntourisl(j jody andt
low vitality. Poor elimination means
clogged bowels, fermntation, putri
faction and the forittion of poisonous
gases wiloi itare alSorbed by the blooti
and carrik through the body.
The iesult is weakness. headaelhe:.,
dizziness,. coated tongue, linacive liver.
bilious attacks.. loss of energy, Iev
otisnCS-. Pout appetite, I In pov.rishal i
blood. ;atllo)w ctomplexion, plmpyles, skhil
<lsease, -1d oftei times serious ill
O iiitry' lx-ati.v s, )1irg :4 ali en:
thartits-ial, 1, calomnet aIl the.,
lie-nty eterO I'lt a,\\ 11w0hour.t. 1111t
tat. I:sti: ; hentt lit Cal only corne
through,1 ua, of Iuerli-inlo that toneo.s
: u1A I winth n Ith t ; i oiv a
well asi 10 clirninto I tIive is.
, t -bx to Nature s Remedy
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iiight for a . ei. 1 it' wilf fowl ow
t'.et t ry i' i::d dtor, lbii;n, few~ ulava;
Will k!. bic are YoU Iel 1n1 reaii0 :
th f l,,; L Li .-Gt. \W heln you j>..t.
gtraighteOd ott and1 fclt just righIt.
V' ol y t 1wed li,-t t .kti me~djilat
evry d::y-anocainm N'ITbL t
will then l p your sytt:n in g'oi
(ontioiliinn .11A you will lway fel
eas-i.T In h apr thani s i~ well.
N ature's Remedy (Nit Tabit. s r
ti t . inte anid i.'oninindd by
I W fEH.S Jl1UIG CO.
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seme o e .,
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and aft 0r yakngon bot
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thaty tieand ws ofl oto
donmy worIt tI tAkd eip.i
th srn taken sick,
seemed the btc ever
wsaw." Try arI.~se
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T1ROOPS MAY (COME
HOME BY CTERMANY
Proposal to Transport Several Hun
dred Thousand Americans has been
Madeo. Possible to Bring 400,000
Berlin, Thursday, Feb. 20.-A pro
p)osal to 'transport soveill hundred
thousand mon of the American Expe
ditionary Forces to the United States
by way of Germany, placing them on
board ships at Bremen and Hamburg,
has been submitted to the American
au-thorities. According to the present
American arrangements, however, the
first of the American units to be
repatriated in Geman steamers will
ombark from the Netherland. but it
Is said here American army headquar
ters is inclined to consider favorably
tre use of the route through Germany
for some of the later embarkations,
owing to the convenient transporta
tion facilities and the adequate dock
age and other arrangements of thc
North German ports.
The proposal, which was submitted
by the directors of the North German
Liloyd Line, with the approval of the
German government, 'provided that. a
Ileet. of big iiners with a normal car
rying capacity of 50,000 passengers
should be assigned to this service and
the troops transported from their
present stations over the direct trunk
lines to Bromon and Ilambuig. Over
tlisee lines, according to General
Groener, now in charge of the Ger
man railways, a speedy movemelit
wouild be practical.
TPhe steamers vould he capable or
maktng eight round trips in a year,
miaking it possible to retrn .100.000
inien by this route in that period. As
American experts comment-d, h1ow
ever, if the slips were loaded in ac
cordan lce with lie preseit. American
military practice instead of muder the
ermand 1 pr'e-w reguijitions, they
woui(i carry at leat twice that niiim
hler. or 100,004 tihe t-ipi.
'hI'l( ste.am1ship co mpilany direclors
h14 a m111m10r11a1c,11m to G"lenrl 'rh
mn- pointed out 1that the planl they
lroposev(d would '4'rlieve the over-tax
!'d Frenich 1ilw ays and ports of a
part of the1 burdell of tlie homewarid
movemenolt of, the .\nericanl armly anid
provide a di-t.inctly (ticker I-l Ioute.
'T'lley 1r edI; as alo1 against ihe pres
1nt arra ngeilelits for eilbarkationi inl
I llilh, t(. Dutch railway.; were
not well able t'o cope wvith heavy
Iroop traffic and that no buildings
Were available to house thbe men (lI
ing lie ineviiaIble delays before board
ing steamers, while ol the otherl hand
lambeurg and lieien had ample
b:irack ailiti . The4. companlly pro
posed tit, utilization of such sttaimlers
as were employed to carry hah to the
Amerie:lli 11rop for the t m r
nl oni C14 l rtr of the supplti
a l phi 1hi 1 (11in .\I
I- Iu Ias i ve" and41( it l iver fais to
-fiert I nid "'I de" 'eleanrsiing. Diree
14on1 for hbi, lhibiten of all age;
noi 'rotwn-uIps are plailly on1 thei hot
Keep it handyu ini yourl home. A lit tie
-e today ves~' a si(ck chlildr tomor
-'wa, but1 gt, thle genine. I Ask your
lirug.gist foe a hot tie of' .'California
"'yruIP of F'igs" then(1 look and see t hat
I isi nide14 by thle '"California Fig Syrup
MONEY TO LOAN
Improved Real Estate
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I. A TAl'ANS S. ('
Copyright 1919 Hart Schaffnier & Marz
.You needn't pay extra to have your clothes right in style; but
you'd better be sure of the maker's ability to create style.1 here
are plenty of clothes makers, but very few style makers.
The coat above is the snew waist seam model made by Hart
Schaffner & Marx.
LAURENS, S. C.
Theprih 191 uHlEoo heAdroart Sweffer &far
Thu eephtery ist tof hig.gae yuleothesrih butntle plaue
doud ovter ce ure oh ar' speilty otrcte spirl cushern
'he 40-t ochosowers ed Sey Cotientle mtorrspodst
The ceataoe ithenp that deliht mthel mst expe rie
Ucafnder. nevr-fiigp wrtexauel lde ln thg
I M- Nam
Ihe B org & B eck clutch isedisengai by t l h e st pre.
sure 0theorote Rsedceptoaly Cootutpstinetaveind ate
The abeatr ith ca s. htdlghs'h otxeine
Unde n B .~aii poeSU ecaM uEtlRgiE l thg
spedo ceeAwatani' gAM R ATOAi a quikycagn
UNE MEET DEATil
IN .TRAIN WRECK
Fatal Accident on Pittsburgh Track.
75 Persons Injured.
Pittoburgh, Feh. 22.-Nino persons
ire known to have been killed and 75
others Injured, many fatally, .when a
Baltimore & Old.' passenger train
rashed .into two light engitnes double
heading here tonight. The accident
Dcourred shortly after 9 o'clock and
at midnight police, firemen, railroad
men and private citizens still were
ait work on the debris in an effort to
bring out any bodies pined in the
All the victims of the accident re
sided In and about Pittsburgh, many of
them conifig from the city of IMc
Keesport, near here.
The accident occurred near SwIn
burn 'Street and Second Avenue, the
tracks at this point being elevated
above the surface of the avenue.
According to ollhals of the rail
road, the light engines were ordered
to take a siding near 11azelwood, so
that the passenger train would have
a clear track. The engines pulled In
on the siding, and the oilcials ex
gress -the opinion that one of the loco
motives evidently bad not pulled in
far enough off the main line, and that
the passenger train sideswiped It.
The train, traveling about 40 miles
an hour, crashed into the big engines,
scattering wreckage in all directions,
much of tile debris falling over the
retainig wall to Second Avenue.
Three of the passenger coaches
vere ripped from the remainder of
the train but they held the rails.
Passengers were hurled from their
seat through windows in many In
AN OPEN LETTER
FROM S. C. MAN
ipes PerIissioni to 'ublish This for
the lieeit of Others.
We publih here ai open letter, Writ
ten or Ills owIi free will and accord.
without solicItioni. Rlend it all Caro
"I have beii very weak and run
down) for thiriee years, with heart. troll
ile, the doctor slid. They thought. I
woutld havm'e been dead two years ago.
I Was contined to lly room for tl'ee
weeks; alimost went b111in, anld Was so
weak I could not walk., and I had al
moii ist gi v en up. I saw in the papers
wha1t Dreco had donie for peo)le in
Noti and South ('arollina and g0it my
wife to order a bottle--it eaIe---i took
it accorlding to directions for three
weeks. and I can now get. out and at
te(nd to my work----a new man. I wish
I ha(d room to Write more. You may
piublishi this If you like."
(Signed) "N. Moseley.
" 111, S. C."
Now does not every word oh this
ring, truite? Dreco brolugli 11appiless
in 111; lotshold wleni it looked
Dreen-c. 1the grat root and)( herb1 me1d
noim for the stolmach. liv.er. hdes
- nd.ho d is no0w oo14 Il* b all
e i ild is higlrv -n
And She Soon Got Black
New Castle, Ind.--"The measles
left me run down, no appetite, could
not rest at night, and I took a severe
cold which settled on my lungs, so I
was unable to keep about my house
work, My doctor advised me to take
Vinol, and six bottles restored my
health so I do all my housework, in.
cluding washing. Vinol is the best
medicine I ever used."-Alice Record,
437 So. xxth St., New Castle, Ind.
We guarantee this wonderful cod
liver and iron tonic, Vinol, for all
weak, run..down, nervous conditions.
ort iae by 1 Ltidrtens iDrug C o. and
Plica Curcd in 6 to 14 Days
)ru '.tirfund mloneiy if P'A40 OINTMF.NT fall
c;.4 lca el I fchin tt, l 1 r 01)e.tUor l'o uing r: .