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A LAZY [I|[R
Wonderful How Bright and
Cheerful the World Looks
After - Takinq the New
llave youi tried the now nalisealess
ealome- that, lint makes 'aloIei taking a
pleasire? If you have, you apprecite(
1hv wonderfil viril 1e, or caiomet when
robbed of all its unpleasant and nau
('alotabs it the selsationi of the year
m the drug trade. Ph arlm'a ists Iegar(l
if as a perrfet reiiiy 'or tihe liv'er. Its
e'ti tI in blioti s ess, onst ipation and
infligest ilon is nmost delight fil.
'le next time your liver needs a
Ilorotigh cleansing try (alotabs. Ono
thle4t at bedfime with a swallow of
water. that's all. No taste, no nausea,
no salts, no gripiig. You wake up In
the muorning flin file, with your
systeill thoroutglly leansed and a
li'arty appltite for breakfast. il'at
w'lat you pleais, no danger. of salfvi
Calotabs are never sold in hulk: for
your prtectlioll they are sold only in
original. seal( packages, priev thirty
lif. cent". Yourl drug11gist will gladIly
rifunitd yoir moiney ir you it) not tinid
them ffectivti antid delightrui.--(ady).
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero Is only e "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S siguaturo on box. 30c.
SAVE MONEY ON
SHOES FOR THE
From Foochow, China, comes this
letter from R. E. Gardner, Foocw
College: ' Netin Soles have solved the
shoe problem for me. Other soles wore
out iuickly on the rocky roads here,
and I had no end of trouble with
them," he writes.
Where other soles fail, Neolin Soles
always stand the test of hard wear and
rough usage. This fact points the way
to economy. Buy NeOlin-soled shoes
for the whole f:imily, and so save shoe
money. And have Neohn Soles put on
your old shoes, too.
These durable, flexible, and water
proof soles are scientifically made by
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.,
Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot
I leels, guaranteed to outwear all other
JOIN A. HOLLAND,
Tho Greenwood Piano Mau.
Te largestC~ dealeri in tmicital inst ru
- et's in Wester1 n South (Carolin. Hells
anos,' self-player pinoi.4, organsI and
ving inninifiti . Retference: Th
ink ot f lreenwood, the. oldest and
yongest Bank In Oreenwood County.
VINO[ IS TB!
* BSI IONIC
onest Opinion Doctor Gave
B fedford, Ohio.-"I was in a pitiful
ondition, weak, nervous and run
own so I couild not do my housework.
had doctored for years and tried
verything under tihe sutn. A friend
old me about Vinol. I asked my
toctor about it, and he replied, 'It
ertainly is the beCst medicine that can
o had today. I couldn't givc you
fly better.' I took it. andi today I
m as well and strong as any woman
ould wish to be. and it was Vinol
hat saved me."-Mrs. Frank A. THor
ey, Ash St., Bedlfordl, Ohio.
We gua rantee this famous cod liver
nd Iron tonic for all such conditions.
orht stale by L~AtJUR10NS D)l.UG CO. and
TO PROTECT COUWI'
Militia. Company will Prevent Young
Morris from 'Shooting up Standards.
-Standardsville, Va., April 20.-Bear
Ing orders from Governor Westiore
land Davis ".to protect tho court," the
Albemarlo 'Rifles of Charlottesville,
consisting of 'three officers and 53 men,
arrived here tonight preparatory to
the opening of 'the April term of court
tomorrow when idgar Morris, son of
a Green county deputy sheriff, goes on
trial for the killing of a mountaineer
al. a dance. Morris, while out on ball
furnished by his father on the murder
Indictnent, shot an( lilled Alagistrate
ilieford SiIllivan here :.\larch 29 and
since that time has been hiding in the
illte Itidge mouitains. A preliminary
hearintig on the killing of tile magis
.trate also is to be held tomorrow.
ltt'il est for the Iotettion of troops
was inade after reports of threats
niade by lorris were received here,
stating that he planned to give him
self 1ip for the opening of court, tee
by relieving his fatlier of tle bail pay
11n011t, and that soon after the irp wias
chosen his confederates -would dtscend
frotm Iie mountains, "shoot uip the
colrt." tan( effect his escape. Morris
also is said to have threatened tlie
court, oilleials before whom the pre
lilinary hearing onl the killing of Mag
istrate Sullivan is to be Iell.
'Itecolleclion of the Allen ease in
wicii nieiblers of tile Allen (ian in
tlie ile itidge iltillitainis shot up the
llillsville oilt-I in Carroll county Iin
1912 when a mmnibe' of Ileir band
was onl trial and shot live Iersonis. inl
elutding Ihe trial jidge, (Ile prosecuittor
and tle sheriff. also is said to have led
to the request for Itoops.
Titt Iown of Staidardsville was
qu il I toi glit w hen Iie I troops arrived
anid citizens here beiieve tha . Morris
liearling of the arrival of the soldiers.
will retiain in file Iuttntaitns, In
that event. it is thought possible that
the troops under comnuand of Cap
tain .lo0l .\. Cochran will go into the
finto)ntains to hun11t .lorris.
Thi company traveled over ei gh -
elen miles of rough country roads by
automobile to reach tle town. Each
of the troopers Is equipped with ten
rounds of ammunition and provisions
for tuwo (lays. The - company was
quartered tonight in the Odd Fellows'
hall and tomorrow will guard the
court house where the trial Is to be
(400MPElIS .AND THlE
Congressian liatton ikeis Labor
l'ionism to Socialism and Hiolshev
Dallas, Tx.. April 20.--'otgressinan
Thomas I'. lilanton, in a signed state
tiilt issued loday. reitetates his cri
i, of S.1111114el tomi prl s, presidtllt of
lif- .\nitrienn lederation of fahior,
nuale hist week in a qpeech at .\ineral
Welli s, 'lTaas, and delthar'ed that labor'
are wvorin g Ithtd iti handi anid ptrae
tically "identienl ini that they all fos
'llT stateuinent wvas ini reply' to onte
giveni out inl W\asintitoni last nIght
by 311r. (Goitnliir, in wvhich the Iabor)1
leader assirteid that \ltr. Dilantoni's
31lin irtal Welils addrtess was a con fes
sioni of the t'onigressmiant's "tter itn
('taait' oif itterisitninrg te plain
est pr~oositiOn (if riht, jutstite and
.\mtiican',i soildiers' were' 'lightinug in
ra i ill ibrther''iohos foredl t' goy
rinneniitit to grantt wage incr'teasestof
$7iutii.titi atid hatert setiteildta ad
tilitiual jicras' oif $tZ.,Oti0.000. 'This
mIIot'y, ir. liintn says, ha li comei~l(
"Whtili thle Ilolshievik I .eninte IihreailI
'tis tun less we telea se the. ((t ov ic ted
31 uotn'y, Mtr. (:ompers1' utn ions I treal -
en a disast rous stik' iunless, we ('om
11' wvith Ii ,eninte's detiiandf." t he slate'
titent assertedi. "iikewise I aenine|
I i-bs, atnd th li'inions again t htreaiin
strtikes'' unle'ss we ('ompnly.
''"torty-tlvo' states have tat ifid tna
I ionial rhti ibit wh'ich' is nuath' a
iartt of' thle fitndatmettal law of theii
latnd, ytI .\l r. (omperi's' tionis lbhrea I
eni a nlat ioitnI' sike' (in .1uly
TIhe Strong Withistndu the Winter
Cold Bietter Thanwi the Weak
You rmust havo hecalth, Strength and En
duratico to fight Colds, Grip and Tilluenzn.
When your llood is no~t int a he(althy'
conditionl anti does not circulate piropterly,
yourf system hi unablo to withistanld the
GJROVE'S 'TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Fortifles the System Agaihnst Colds, GrIp
and Influenza by Purifying anid Enriching
it contains the well-known tonic prop
erties of Quinine atnd Iron in a form
acceptable to the most dcecato etomachi,
and is pleasnt to take, You can soon feel
its Strengthenlng,.Invigoratina Effect. 80o.
HAS PASSED AWA1
Robert S. McCormtick, Former Ambas.
sailor to France, Dies of Pneunonia
at ils Illinois Home.
Chicago, April 16.-Robert Sander
son McCormick, Anerican d tplona
and father of United States Senatol
Medill 'McCormick, of Illinois, an<
Robert R. McCormick, one of the edl
tors of the Chicago Triibune, died o
pneumonia to(lay at his hone In II ins
daym, a stibuib. Iil-health, which
forced himi11 to retire as United State!
ambassador to France in 1907, ha(
beeni with himi most of the tilne since
Mr. (AlcCormic was born July 2(
1819, in itockbridge couity, Va., thli
sol of Wini. S. '.e'Coriick, Who witil
iis brotlier, Cyrus II. Sr., ald I.eanider
shortly aifterward came to Chicago
Milbers of tlhis famnily, tlie Virginia
grantdlfaiher and especially his eldies
son, Cyruis, developed the reaporl fron
rilcde beg 111imigs to the great factor it
arterward becaeic in farm life.
I tobert S. \eCoimick ed tcateld a
Ilie ol(I Clicago liniversity and ilih
l'tiiversity or 'irgiiiia, became a 'ol
lector of' i)ooks aiini Napoleonic biog
rapliies anid etchings.
Ini 1876 .\1r. MAlCormick was; marric(
to Mliss Katlierlie le'dill, laughter of
Jos. Mled: . who folunded tile Tribunie
.\Ir. .\ oriick served thi ree year
a first . :'retariy of tle 'iteilvd StIates
legation it Ionidon un tder .Minister
Itobt. T. Loncoli.
In 1901 Presidenl .\ellinley appoillt
ed im iniilister to Austria to succeed
Addi0sonl C. IIarrison, it duiring his
service tile iixistry was raisedl to an
ambassa(lorslip. Ii 190:1 President
loosevelt transfi'rie(1 .\lI. 1eCorimiicl<
to Ie ambassa(ior to lussia.
.\Mr. McCoimlick a d in gailiniig vIn
tranlice iito Riussia for The Associatcd
l'ress, whll chl made possible a lifiing
of the veil which had hli idden Ilussia
from th111v rest of Ihe world.
)uri In le ilusso-.Iallnes' war, .\Mr.
AleCorin ic-k h a inlle d ihe ilteress of
Japan inl lissia.
In 190'; .r. 3--\lcormiick was prolmot -
eI to be amll bassador to Fralce, s
ceeing (en. llor 'ace Porter. Tihe Itus
san climate had tinideriminced his
health, and in 1907 his condillo caus.
ed him to retire.
In an address at a farewell dInner
given in his honor 'by the AmerIcan
Club at the Hotel 'Palals d'Orsay, Mr.
McCormick advocated a world court to
adjust both military and commercial
differences betweel nations.
At his death, the widow, his two
sons and a sister, :.\rs. Samuel It.
Jowel, of Chicago, Were beside himni.
A roffher, Nir. William G. McCormick,
of Ialatimore, also sirvives.
CIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Sn e c1iir lh ir! lIo eIii, Its hentyi tt
in ab fel m iellnlits - fr th Is!
If' ycou cazre fort hicavy hair, llhat guh
tlins wvihi bicauilly anud is radiant wi ch
is lilff andic iist rolls. 11ry l)acndceiine.
Ju lst Icili apienic tin dloiibles 1thic
dialtely dlissoclveIs eery pail iclce ofi
hecalt11'halt'i if you1 have dandruff~l. Thiiis
cdesl rucltivce Scurf iribs tice hauir ofl its
an tifI lnot ovecomell, it Iproduce01s a fcer
crilslii'as alicl Itclling of lihe scalp;
'tie liii lih i hiir falls ouit fa1st.
If' 3(our 11:111' hnts beinilleiigtc'c'tel andi
is tihin. laded, dry,. si rauggy orto
iily, gel t a1sma1ll tie of K now Iton's
I iunci'lrinc' at any3 drulg stoic 01r toilt
iounltert lor a cerv c'enuts :tapply a liltlet
will say Ibhis was tihe ticst invesiino-itl
loits of il no dan ru n it chtt iif'-lii I'ingI
imui't use' Knoutwllon's I iamlrin'ei. If
li intuualy wh iy lnot Inoil '?
QUEE NOF THE SEA
W111,A FX RO1J:1 N
Onea HuseNex Week
GEORGETTS AND CREPE-DE-CHINE WAISTS
You have missed a treat if you fail to see our
Georgetts and Crepe-de-Chine Waists.
Our Silk Dresses are the prettiest in town at the
prices, or that is what our friends tell us.
Come in to see us and see all the pretty things
we have to offer.
"Ford" Shoes Packard Shoes
fr Women Ho TY for Men
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS-LEGAL BLANKS
....FOR SALE BY....
ADVERTISER PRINTING COMPANY
"W A/HEN I go fishin' I want
fish that bite, and tobacco
"Bite" in tobacco comeseihrfo
poor leaf or wrong "ripening."
We use for VELVET only the finest Kentucky
Burley. But we don't stop there.
We put millions of pounds of this tobacco away
every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to
patiently ripen and mellow.
There are quicker ways, but they leave some
The VELVET way makes
the friendlier kind of .to
bacco. You can always
go to it for comfort with
out a "come-back."
Get chummy with
Rol a VEL VET
mildness and ogme 15c