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sterling on silver. A mark of
quality on which you may rely.
FLavo is nature-flavored and
has a better, sweeter taste.
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Branlett-Babb Milling Co.
(We deliver it)
We will also grind wheat and corn
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GOOD MONEY FROM BAD EGG
Jim Buckley Finally Proved Truth of
Saying That He Was Fond
"Thair ain't nothiu' in the world but
is good fer soinethin' " is one of the
favorite sayings of Jim Buckley of
Buckley is a thrifty soul. lie farms
in summnner and traps in winter and be
tween wLeat and f'urs lie is growing
rich. One morning his wife was cook
Ing breakfast. She broke a rotten egg
into a skillet and was starting toward
the door to throw it away when Buck
ley stopped her.
"Woilan, lon't throw that egg
away," sald (Buckley.
"But it's rotten," protested his wife.
"Makes no difference," declared the
plilsopher. "Thar ain't nothin' in the
"James Buckley," exchilimed his
wife, "I've heard that a thousand
The wolf never sniffs at the doors of
the prosperous farmers of the Peace
river country. But foxes are different
animals-here is something. you don't
know-rotten eggs are rated as an epi
cureau tidbit in vulpine imenus.
That night Buckley set a trap in a
poplar grove near his home and baited
it with the rotten egg. Ile hoped to
catch a red fox or perhaps a coyote.
But when he went out to his trap next
morning, want (o you thiiik he found?
'The biggest silver fox Buckley ever
had clapped eyes on. lie sold the pelt
in Peace River the other day for $340.
"A right nice lot o' nioney to hatch
from a rotten egg," remar'ked Buckley,
as he stuffed the money in his pocket.
"I've allers allowed that thar ain't
nothin' in the world but is good fer
ONE GOOD THING FROM WAR
Cocone Nut, Hitherto Considered Only
as Nuisance, Has Been Made Arti
cle of Commerce.
Before the war the cocone, which
grows freely in the Southern Ameri
cas, on large trees of the palm fnn
ily, was literally such a hard nut to
crock that its vegetable oil had no
place in commerce, and the tree was
known chiefly as a hotheration to
banann planters when they wished to
enlarge their plantations. Eighteen
hundred pounds' pressure is required
to ernek the cocone tint, and there was
an machinery for doing it. Then gov
ernment experts snid that nothing else
In the world would provide such good
carbon for gas riasks nas the cocone
nut. amid the Unitid States financed
the creatiin of iachinery for crack
Ing it, this stnrting a new anI tin
portant i(1iustry. litrear ter it will
he well worth while br-okiig the shells
for the vegetable 11l in-ide them, val
unbh't. r cloking. lighting, and4 the
rakig of nut butter: nid tie shells,
happily no hlnger nu'-ei-il for masks,
c'nn1 he u ed :is. fuel fir in the main-ufn
lim-e of vns. And -. out fof ani efifrt
to preivent tlie exan-ion of nutocracy
I '''onquest, the S.utiu-rn Arnerieas
11ie) folmrtun1 it ,y too expnial boy coml
Aristocrats in Gutter.
We hemir rimnors if grand dukes and
otlher moinemrrs of the old jobility of
lRosqin drnivinig etihsaiul iuiddlinrg boot
luies in t''etroitrnd. Th'is~ is nio new
thing in Eurrpe. lIn Engltatdull the
havr- bei4n fo'urnd in ve'ry lowly occlupa
tiouns. A few years aigo a IlawsuIt
provedii that a genineII hoiiubon w'as
thenm hawkinig veiii-tables in the utree'ts
of U'nris. A fewv Yenrs earlier a son of
a cioutsin aof EtiireIss4 Jose phinea Na
tI'14, leons frst 10ove, waIs sentI to prisoin
fior 114t1y laIr((ny. In 142 thel Mitrqutis
in-Folign wasI ani (.o~ltiu conductor;
the ('oti dle laa irche was a hou11se
pmain ter; the NIaarqiis I i-T'crrey i 'Et al
lindel kept a sunuill inn lit ('arnac, aind
til'eu latis dl' 1 itame-roebie. ma desce~nel
ant of tile nle mlan who, at the bat
tle of 'oten'1y,' culled Ouit to the
English: "Tlre.z les premilers," was a
Antimony in the Tranevaal.
A ne'w body of anrtimo~ny is re-ported
to have have been opened near the
Komiti river, In the district of the
Stenysdorp gol1d field1s. T1ransvaal. As
the o)re is found to bie v'aluab'le, a min
ing company is no~w carryitig on sinelt
inc opetio tns ont the spo4t. Three
shaft (s have be. ien sunk to a dethi of 50
feet, hesidles opien workings. One Is
'onltinluous thlrroughiut. A furnlace
capalo Ie of smtaing It tenl tonls of (Ire
peer dany is int o pera t Ion andic it is started
t halt thIere is stufli-ien il are in s iht to
keep the furnace working while devel
opmet'ls aire binrg made1.--Sceet itic
Roberts Predicted Foch's Victory.
Whenl Imrd Itoberts was in Canatda
tenf yearts alg( at It- dedication of the
Phliln oif Abrahamll ilark and( play
ri-fuse to baelleve rite, arid we are
asleep unditer a false security, for I do
not hesitate to nillirm thlat we will
have a frightfurl war in Europe, andi
that Oreat Britain and France will
have the ha'dest e-xpe-riene of their
e'xistentce. Thley will, in faict, see de
feat very near, hut the wtar will flnally
be wona by- the genitus (If a French gen
eral nlamed F'erdinanrd [Foch, professoir
in the military school in Paris."
Little Rivers Important.
In his war (1d14 Dr. van Dyke re
nmis loyal to "little rivers." In his
hook, ''Little IRivers." he hams already
made little rivers as lrnterestinlg as the
little dirora' (of waiter th1at milake the
rnighlly ocean. Freedlorn bieginsa at the
Are the cardinal factors in lending
distinction to the fine Jewelry we
have assembled here.
Especially fitting selection can be
made for the bride, for the anniver
sary gifts and for all occasions.
Laurens, S. C.
at Nominal Prices
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quality fabric, correct style and perfect fit. Good
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Tailored to Measm e by
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The Globe Tailori 4lCo. tar pattern and coloring. The
because they are real ustom new models are designed to
tailors, differing from the meetrs tatevery whim of
small retail tailor only in Te80lryutyti
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tailoring. tages and satisfaction.
Their great line is here. The We await your call.
Palm Beach Suits made to your measure
$16.00 to $18.50
Cool Cloth and Palm Beach Suits in Stock
All-Wool Trailor'-Made Pants in Stock
$7.00 to $8.00
Remember the Place to get Your Suits of Splendid
Style, Quality and Materials
3. WV. Henderson
LAURENS, S. C.
We are Here to Stay Alays.. on the _Job
A gratefii government. proud of its
soldier boys who fought, or were ready
to fight, in France, now proposes to
furnish more enduring proof of its ai)
preciation and interest in their wel
fare than that expressed by epheme
ral cheers, speeches ivnd Ilaig-waving
by opening up to them the opportunity
to aspire to places li the industrial,
conmiercial and professional spheres,
which would be beyond their reach
otherwise. If the plan conceived by
certain influential military officials is
adopted, many of these veterans will
soon enter upon a period of voltitary
enlistment in the regular army, during
which they will be taught viny trade or
receive the training in any profession
or other useful occupatIon they may
elect. It will he up to the boys them
selves entirely as to what course they
shall pursue, special emphasis being
laid upon the point that the proposi
tionl does not involve any elements of
deferred demobilization. Details have
not been worked out, revnarks Boston
Globe, but just enough progress has
been made in the reconstruetion of
the ivijured soldiers who have recently
come back froi overseas to fire
countless others with the ambition to
Wages The important thing is to
determine the connect lon between
wages and prices so evluitably that to
one will be able to dIspute the justice
of the readjustment. The Bankers
Trust company of New York city, on
the basis of Iradstreet's prices for vs
sental commodities, has ade via ac
curate computation of the living costs
to its employes for the last six
months, ain( has added from 30 to 40
per cent to salaries which had pr'evi
ovusly heen advanced three tines in the
last two yevirs, says Leslie's Weekly.
This method should be adopted 1i all
industries and among all corporatlions.
The prinelple upon which it rests-the
purchasing power of the dollar-cnn
he applied as equitably to wvages and
salaries when living costs decrease as
when they increase.
"Tlhe helIef fostevred in Eiglhaid that
the Germans hat(- her is vtuid," ie.
tor Solf assures us. "Tie Germans
do not hate. It is un-Gerain to hate."
The widely sung "I lymn of li ate," take
it frvm i loctor Solf, was merly one! of
thost popiular songs which d'oin't ivnvn
aythving. but vilel, illik. "II Own
Where the Wurziuirge'r -li w.s.'" las
i cntcoy adtr, and enjoy'vl , it a' un
in 11114. Ivei'ed, Gertai meaint no
harma'-11 *M the islaniId p-4i*Iii wheln It
siampo'i "(,ott Sirafe Einglind" (In Its
co~s..hat cfe oriim: to D4141t1r
Sefit nl .1401y B114-1 phratse
W . ' fil ali he:1il-i y i n w Itili,'t gl ant
airpi'aies which ar. o arry II:I1s 41f
Jiassi-figies fivr,'s 1 ' Atvin~ivul its Si i
Its t 111 vaa-hi vIIs ei eI vi ht e l tl 1 ail
re'iaiy for tra lie. Theriv' s 41s Ill
i( doubt its ti th c'nin: 41f suy-i
ai'r, --Ift. W hIa. I 1i1w wobi l is wai
ing for. how ' vr, .aini hai it \IllI Io
ent '.i r a' ly va con en iah far th' iii itau li
ing. is an airai va- wichia toi be;*:in
wl'hia will 'uarry~ oneit liwrsona aaer'ss vihe
ordia r vv thn doig- v val the iiia'i-tvs thbat
uv;ais aire to' be cared'v fur oan idimii
h,!!!vnvonv Tiis is the afilivl tvrihitei
plaid to tha. ''til'i''nay viwii faaivthvfuI ness
wuith1- w'hh 'h viaiis, especsiaally doigs,
hauve dorw' their lit, iftenv oif vitial lav
poirtancea. lIn viii wvar.
IUy gettingK a v'o'rr'ed Pin vcess I'vat
lo'.es tird phay e ait the royal tabile
Theai baest part 'if the. tiurke'y wvill val
wvaya be gonev biifiore it comveis her turnv
to hec serv'id-such'l is the sacr'ifice slae
has nmade for live!
Anv eastrnv ciillege piri'shlent vay's
there is mno enii for miitiary t raiinrg
because th ne vvxt war will bie conduct
ed by ad etnists with gi'rvms as thve
destruc'tiv"e agi'ncry. Thn wihait will
haippe. w'hiin thei haicilli thirowuers maee't
in t yiphold bovmbeirs.
'rhea vinier in wich'i l'~nglandl sup
ports tiction writer's who vabuse the
Brnitish gaoviernmentivat ivdientes great Ien
good vv nre vitiii forh'lan 'vvce thlanv
John ullI hias be'env popuar vly creudited
iv it that it dioesn 't oaccur to siome (en
terpri sinrg cha~vp vt nciavvmulavte hisineass
anad mnkie lvnenvey by undiierseling thlve
other fellows? 'iit wais the oldi wvay.
A Londovn di ~ivat ch tells of a gamavi
of1 bridge w'hi st phiayed linvv iici anaipanvi.
That may be viii right, tt liagino bie'
coming so blase as to ri epmirviv an arii ii
amnusemvent whi ile aiirvpilan.
ashiion itemv says tha t "Avaerv'vnv
dresses are to ('liio' the worbii." W'a
semt te be ge'ttving~ ova. 13v viotherv' larvg<
edit to be es vtabiliedi on a lanv
One of thew~a dlays Evagil ail is goingv
to hot. v's WVa haveva intr'cduced jaza'.
hande over thet e