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JOHN A. HOLLAND,
Tho Greenwood Piano Man.
The largest dealer in musical instru.
ments in Western South Carolina. Sells
pianos, self-player pianos, organs and
4owing machines. Reference: The
Bank of Greenwood, the oldest and
strongest Bank in Greenwood County.
1IFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift sore;
touchy corns off with
Do--n't hurt a bit Drop a litth
Fr:n-o a aaching corn, instantly
thu .orn slops hurting. then you ift
1: :. -: ( t. Yes, magic!
\: uny hotle of Freiezone costs hit
a f. nts at any drug store, bit b:
nIt to roillie i'Very hari torn
w. I o i h etv i t I1 n i t 1
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of .
P ahaer, Oklat., writes :
" Freai the time I en
te-edI inito w.omatnhiood
. I l^>oked wvith d:-end
fromtC ca mthlfl to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing--dowtn'
pain, until life to mue w~as
a miscry. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, arnd I
gradually got worse. . .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, ...
I decided toj
The Woman's Tonic
" I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but c'a'
truthfuLlly say that I have
not a pain. ..
"It has now been twoj
years since I took Cardu,
and I am still in good1[
health. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girt
to use Cardul who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suffer pain caused
from wo~manly trouble, or
if you feel the need ofa
good strengthening tonc
to buIld up yourrun-down
System, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dul. It helped her. We
.5]believe it will help you.
linwkfler 11114 ('omnpanionl "Iliop Off"
Irom ('anaiatt ('oast Suiday After
noon. laritisher Coines to Vr rei
While Startiig. Auistralnn's Plan1e
Not Equipped for Water. If lie Falls
lie (Goes to Bottom.
St. John, N. F., .\lay iS.-Harry G.
Ilawker. Australian aviator, and Corn
inander MacKeizie (;rieve, his navi
gator, are winging their way across the
Atlantie tonight on the most perilous
airplane flight in history.
They took the air at 5:55 p. in. to
day, G reenwich time (1:55 p. In. New
York time) and expect to reach the
Irish coast in twenty hours unless
some accident forces thenm to plunge
into the sea.
Wlhen the Sopwith biplane passed
froini view beyold the hills to the
northeast, headed for the open sea, it
left behind with shattered hopes
lla1wker's EH-glish rival, Frederick P1.
hlaynhamt, who had hoped to h)e first
across in a Miartynside plane and wiin
the glory and the $50,000 prize of the
London Daily Mail.
'Raynhai was tuning ip the engine
of his machine when Hawker lasi
ed over the Englishman's airdonie.
dropping as he went the untiderear
riage of his Sopwith to lighten tile
load he mtist carry. Raynhatin and
his navigator, Charles W. P. Morgan,
realized then that the Australian was
oil his way. Instantly they deterinined
to follow him for all fheir prepara
tions had been made weeks ago. but
As the Martynside "taxied" along
the uneven surface of the runwa.
preparatory to tihe take-off, a tear
axle broke under its heavy load and
the tuach ine ploughed into the 'rounld.
Pilot antd navigator %were jammed in
the wreckale. but appareitly neitlier
was .;eriously it .
Whilt tltham' injtries were
bieing treatd ll awker was well on his
way. ndav sighlt - rs, list lessIy
waicina' what tHwy suppyo.;ed wals to
bte a t rial I L2hi of the ' opwillh, wtr.
timazed htei thev saw (he tirit -
Cariage21- dro:) like I Inunmit neariI Ill
.\lar.n1ia-doiribun. The(y )m".s it
InI( I i1.tw li r hi,11 dcnsrl ined1-1 I I
ary no lonor for it ht-f Himl withl
I I ve the I. ii hbtT
iineI h i uit:01r~ ls rti t -
n it it :ril
-o i I ~- ic)) Vlo tii ito in- cir ttn
tit-ila i ) II* stit IS tidil iryt h
anorth:-r Wh n lw!c totiod h t n
dlit-r ituli!wan d Liftige waced a
\V-t'i at if ltrh~ie tout heworvln
iita ha t folt~ tt the hsenl titurse, the
litth. ;.l1ne1fad d rpidly fo iw
\n il mintur' a iot' hladpdwinent a
It wa td!c in the adi aft rnutes
aou ofte, ishtt, beyon thei hilr
lti II: : ; o l irt wIt ilt' ut on ith.
ltttut o a iticnditind bih het
Ovt in ib-. Qii li and ie nal i at orh
r:1ci'e cn bee h aad of tlt iy ~tntti tt
fndca staon wi shweinc~rasd
Hlartynlside "ak off" grounds.
lak It er tried out the Sopwith for
a minitc or tw& :And called conditions
for a start. "g . eO :r''." ( rieve
agreied. The Planie wis tien given, a
fiinal inspect ion.
At 5:51 Greenwich time, the Sop
with was ready. At .':55, sharp Haw
ker gave the ,word and the ground
crew "let go." Tlie little plane Jerk
e(d forward, then moved steadily over
t le itulevenl grouind.
Ilawker gathered. speed rapidly as
Ie bowled over the turf, rocking
heavily. At 200 yards he was going
fairly -well but swaying badly. A hum
Inock 'lifted'' hili at 300 yards and
With ai last lurch the Sopwith "took
From the instant it "set sail" direct
ly northeast, winging higher and high
erl. When the undercarriage was
dropped, the little group of spectators
-llaynham at QuIdividi heaird the
roar of the Sopwith engine as the
plane rose weil into the air. -e0 or
dered tlie Martynside made ready at
once and went into hasty consulta
tion with his navigator Morgan.
Withiin :- hour the Martynside
was taxle:.: for a start, owith Rayn
ham at tl control, humping heavily
and rocking from side to side over
the ground. Suddenly a rear axle
buckfled and the machine crashed on
its sid, ploughing into the earth.
Itaynhamn and Mlorgan were lifted
out. of the %,'ecka:.e streaming with
Teo hva, v a carriage was said to
have caused tle collapse of lie lar
tynside's undercarriage. It was try
iiS to (carry fl ga!lons of gasoline.
!awker and (e'i e, in heir eleventh
hoiii' effort to wirust the trans-At
I.1trii fCi1ht hloors from thev lited
ates naval pl:i'u's, are flyitur over
:1 Courn'1 all tawir own. ligurml outl
thi- m%'0in wiho in on obj4ect inl
m1od ;I "liow t 'h'ad off the Ameii
If thc SI'opwitil is, foref-d into the
,.. lla1wler and Grie14ve have Hi1tle
hop ofretue lolh 111-n1 are( \wiar
1 ii 'h~ lilt 1
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"loi4 r"j~ lKitchen' ('abliit- Save
on ti4V -444!n I4ar fori themsei.T lve'
8A. '\l. & El. XI L[,1;S & ('0.
Stop dandlruff and double
beauty of your hair
for few cents.
lDandrtt t ('auses2 a1 tev.erish iri'itition
ofi tihl scalp, the l air t ru oots shllrink,
laosn anid hen1 te hir con~.- (lit
fast. Tlo stopi Intl lig ha ir at onice anid
drufif, get a -imaill toltIit- ill "Da);nder'
-'lit a1 lilde in y't our ihndl and ru iit t
tions11 the' hair sto(ps1 ('omin~g (4ut and
you) ('nn't finid any dandrufftll. Your'
halir appearis soft , glossy antd twvice~ as 1
4 tuck no11 nant.n ry. it I
Don't sell the
to do so. If
them we bu
C. H. ROPE
At Enterprise Nati
~ (% "..:~, ust fc
~ ~'~~N> &~%~~4 standpoint
4.' - we ar
Ve know United States Tires ar
EUREKA DRUG CO., Lau
m unless compelled
you want to sell
r them at market
Us Your Bonds
rens, S. C.
R, Sec. and Treas
)nal Bank, Laurens, S. C.
Her a the way
wo look at it
r ai minutes look ut the tire proposition~ from our
in the tire buLsinless here, to stay. We can remain
only so long a vi please our customers. -
-of:t., pays us to handle goo tires-United
re the tires we sell.
re the tires you shouldl use.
ve them to meet evei-y need of price or use.
nited States Tires '
are Good Tire
e good tires. That's why we sell them.
rens W. Y. McEL Warlo