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You Do More Work,
You are moro ambitious and you get more
enjoyment out of everything when your
blood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a vcry depressing effect on
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
nervousness and rickness.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
restores Energy and 'viality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
its strengthoniwit, invigorating effect, see
how it brings co')r to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
is not a patent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININE st-pended in Syrup.
- So pleasant even children like it. The
blood rce Quinine to Purify it and IRON
to E:iricn it. These reliable tonic prop
erties, never fail to drive out impurities in
The Strer gth-Creating Power of GROVE'S
TASTELiESS Chill TONIC has made it
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks
woulk ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic. The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug
store.. 60c per bottle.
Is PEC IALIST5'
We Do 1 Right
wciaist on repairing a!Ll
makes of A onobiile [a.
tOrs. We i ke th as good
as new. \ a repair fen.
ders. tanks L make racing
-seat. I - us your radiators.
IIsCOUNT TO DEALERS
W.R.Iartin & Bro.
1815 Main St.. Columbia S.G.
Given Up to Die by Her Friends, a
Young Lady Recovers Her
Health and Increases
'A Powerful Nation Needs Strong
A nation is no
stronger than its
women. Hence, it
is the duty of ev
ery woman wheth
er young, middle
age, or in advanced
life to preserve her
health. If you are
slck and suffering
don't wait until to
morrow but seek
relief at once--to
your illness nIay take a chronic
There is a remedy for almost
every ill. T1'housands have found
Peruna to be that remredy as did
Miss Clara Lohr of 21 N. Gold St.,
Grand Itapids, Michigan. She writes
a friend: "I don't eed Peruna any
more. I am all ni 1 after taking
1ix bottles. I eighed ninety
pounds before I s trted apd' was
poor and weakl. I J(< -..4uch
a cough and spit ng9 4 e time
that I never exp ct - to recover.
My friends gave I . I could eat
nothing. Now I can eat and weigh
135 pounds. I most thankfully rec
ommend Peruna to my friends."
Miss Lohr's letter is an inspira
tion, a message of hope to suffering
women. It tells you, that you too.
may be strong and well and vigor
Peruna may be had in either'
liquidl or tabiet form. Ask your
dealer. If you value health, (10 not
accept a substitute. Dr. lIartmnan's
World F.amonus Peruna Tronic is
what you want. The Peruna Com
pany. I Dept. '70, Columbus, Ohio, also
publish Dr. lIartman's Ihealth Book.
T'he book is free. Write for it.
Your dealer will give you a Peruna
"The Kind t \t Laste"
it is the unadulterated combina
tion of the fimest Pure White
Lead, ZINC.OXDE and genu
ine Linseed Oil.
MASTIC PAINT prements 8 uni
form, beautiful, enamel-like fin
ish, that will resist the weather
conditions in any climate.
It lasa ionger-iooke better-covse
moe surface than any other Peant
Ask for illostrated hook, "Homes and
how to 1'ainl Thorn."'. eFre.*
For Sale' by
L.AUJIENS H AIRD)WA Ill EC0.
NATION WIDE STI
Order Issued for All Mem
raphers' Union of Arr
Union, Postal and A.
American Telephone ai
Chicago, June 7.-A nationwide
strike of telegraph and telephone op
erators who are members of the Coin
mercial Telegraphers' Union of Amer
Ica was ordered todav to take eeffet
next Wednesday morning at 8 a. m.
The order was issuedl at general
headquarters of the union here on tel
egraplis instructions from S. .J.
Konenkamp, international r1esidelt,
who was in Pittsburgh on his way to
The strikie order applies to eiploy
ees of the Western Union Telegraph
Company, the American Telephone
aid Telegraph Compani. and the Pos
tal Telegraph and Cable Company
with its associate institutions.
it was estimated at headquarters
here that the strike would affect be
tween 60,000 and 100,000 individuals of
whom nearly 25,000 were said to be
members of the union. Outside of the
union ranks, it was said, many wire
workers had pledged themselves to
support a strike.
The decision to call a nationwide
strike was reached by Presidient Kon
enkamp after spentling several (lays in
Washington where lie had directed a
strike of union emj.loyces In ten
Southeastern States. That strike fol
lowed a strike of telephone workers
in Atlanta where telephone employees
were said to have been disharged be
cause of union affliations, although
the Sduthern Bell Telel.hone Company
dleniled union membership had been|
the basis of any discharges.
A strikie vote was taken recently
concurrently with one by the Interna
tional Electrical Workers' Union.
The strilke order was as follows:
"All telegraph and telephone em
"A strike is hereby declared to take
effect Wednesday, Jiune li, I1, at 8
* JON ES NEWS. *
Jones, Jiine 7.Mi. Thomas Algiry
ha a lne corn1 Crop.
We recently saw 01iver m"Fin ithI, col
ored, of Wate'loo. O!iver was a
member of the late 'r. Johln It. Sillith's
"red shirt" Company of '76. The
wllite people should nievie forget the
colored friends who wore red slirts ill
'76; and hellied their wilite friends to
redeei the State from the infamous
ruilhe of the scalawaiv an(d carpet-bag
W' arie ind~ebtedl to our friends, J1. A.
and( W. li. I 'il for a bucket of' choice
W~hile in (reenw'.oodi last wek rwe
mtet (1ur1 (ousinl, .. ('airrol Sithl.
.\ilonda liy a fternoon0 .\lr's. Alder Cobb
w'as host ess to a nuimbeir of friends in
honor1 (If .\il's. SimiithI of 'Pelzer. .\lr's.
('obb's lovelyi~ little' home was unulsuial
ly attrati v. wvith loses and( niastll'
illuis in howls and vases. Dcl icliits
S~veet courise 1:as serived(.
We symplatiz/e withl the good people
(If IIldge's anld ('okesbulry in thr l1oss
In the recen d(isastrous1 hail storm
Al r. l'osteri Southi has sever'al ver'y
Dr1. J1. 11. Wor'l:iman was called Sun
dlay to see hiis uno'le' atI Woodriu ff, w ho
had( 'a stroke of parialysis.
M\iss \Mary .Jones enter'tained \Misses
I a ura G ra ham0, GlIadys C'obb, .\ i. and
.\ltis. A dger' ('(bb1 and( .\l's. faala . onies
.\lrs. .1. A. .\('( wa and~1 11 dau~ghiter',
Ibaur a Jonies, (If Wayeross, (Ga., arie thle
guelcst s of .\ r. and( .\irs. W. TI. Jones.
We ar icjirofoundly13 g rate(fill to our
fr'i('nds foir recent kind1( favor's.
We met the( following friends last
week: Rev. J. it. D alle~s, of lDonalds,
I 'ressly, (If Greconvill e, Al fred Snyder,
liI(k Iilli and Thos. Cotrter, of hIonen
* Ol IS*
Ora, .11une 9.'--lev. ii. ii. Blakely, Jrl.,
and1( M\iss Sarah Iliakely wVere guests (If
ielat ives here last. week.
Itenlw ick Keinnedy returneid Thuris
(lay froni irskine College, 'where lie
has bieen a stud~enlts the past year.
M\rs. .\art in, Nl iss Lula Inleming,
.\iss M\at tie Nahors' and Miss Illizabeth
Mlartin wenlt to1 Due( West Trueadlay to
at tend1 c'omme(ncement at T'rskine.
\Mr. and irs. J. Y. lBryson, of IEnoree,
and~ Mr's. .1. L.' MleClintock, Mr'. IHall
Fleming anid Miss Rlow. Dell Finlming
attended the Woman's Collegte com..
TO COME TODAY
aers of Commercial Teleg
ierican Against Western
osociate Institutions and
id Telegraph Company.
a. im., standard time, against the West
ein Union Telegraph Company, *the
American Telegraph and Telephone
Company, the Postal Telegraph and
Cable Comphny with its associated in
stitutions including the Alackay and
North American Companies and
against telephone companies where
our members are employed."
"Signed, S. J. Konenkamp, Interna
Accompanying the strike' order were
lengthy instructions to members em
ployed by concernis not, affected by the
order to aid in making the strike ef
fective. This, it was explained, meant
that such employees of other con
cerns would refuse to handle telegraph
and telephone messags classed as
Canadian members of the union, it
was said, would refuse to handle any
commercial business originating in the
United States or directed to any point
within the country.
Railway telegrapher-; also would re
ufse to handle commercial lvisiness, it
was declared, as a result of passage
of a resolution at the recent convention
of the Order of Railway Telegraphers
in St. Louis, declaring such business
would be barred by members of that
organization ini the event of a strike.
In Chicago, it. was said at union
headquarters, more titan .1,000 wire
workers would be effected.
The Commercial Teegraphers' Un
ion iwas born here in 1902. President
Kone(nkamp declared we.'kr ago that
Post master General 1t:-!eson, who had
taken over control of the wire system,
had refused to grant the emnloyees in
creased wages demanded and that un
less the union was recognized. atni the
m(n given relief from the high cost
of living, a "trike wol! be inevitable.
lr. KoneWkamp Will retiirn toior
row to direet the strike.
menceent I at :u11i Wer't la sIt Wednecs
Mr. and lrs. 1. N. Kennedy, ililehard
K(e111id3', GhdY's Knennedy and Alice
llry'ont spent Tlesday in Newherry
with Airs. I. C. Carlisle. They mtade
thle (1r11 Inl 0h0ir ea.I%
Mrs. Touiinie K ennitedy entue over
from D e ;\'st Iriday afternoon an1)d
will spenvid some time with her nitie1(h,'
Rev. 1. N. Kennedy.
NiIsses Elizabeth Martin and Isabel
Compton speit Sattirday iln Clintoni.
.Mrs. W. .1. Eleming, liss sarah
lilakely, Miss M\ary llakely, Rev. ii. 11.
lllakely, .I., andt(1 Pl ('it I ig llk ely
spent Wednesday afternoon in (litol.
The sddei (eath of \r. \\ailte.
Sloian ('nie as a sho('k to htis nany
friends itn this ('ommuntity~. After' the
fitneralI exercises at the res idec'e of
his mtothIiei, .\li's. .iarthia Sloani, bly his
Pa stor, liev. I. N\. Ken nedy, atnd prtayer
at thle gt'ave by llev. S'tuiires, his body(I
was laid to i'est in the centetety at
Ota. The floral tributes .were mianty
andl beauitifitl, ('ompl)1etely13 coverint- the
mounid. .\'.8 Sloan twas well known
and liked itn this (conmmunity. Ills aged
itot he', br'othiers antd s istetrs have I the
trofouui sympathy of a bust of
Grtay' Court, S. C'.,
Junel( 7, 1919.
As I mtay ntot he itn townt for' somel.
timet( I atm t'tnclos intg 25 ('cits in sItmps
to pay fot my13 adv'. I sold tmy cow ando
('a f for $118.50 the same a fternoon1 thIie
liaper' caime out.
J. \1. Todd.
Sli.he its Wleak, HitmilownV , N er 4out,
5oub Not ee, 1, Suintidered t'rom' Con.
"Fioir y'ears I had ;been breakinig
dtowni ini health and idtowinig 'laki'
all .the timet(,' are the( wvords of Mits.
8atrah 10. I tanes of 2 I 'ast .\lon roe
wercie all <n edgt; I (old 1noi~ t s leepi
sountd; mi ' food dIisa reid and~ (auitsedl
gastitis ind hieada( tes. M\y bowels
wer'ie biott til andl 11y livert sluggish
andi dl . ittuma Ie paits were in
i'v'ery3 joint. was I such 14oor1 health
I almitost del~5 tired >f everi be(initg wvelI
"A~ fiend tol im ' that manliy ieople(
wer'e praIsing ' co fot' thle good it
was dloing ini ea. .s jtist like inie.I
bought a bottle antd aim htappyl to say3
that I atm it bietter' htealtht tod(ay than
I have beeni in yeats. IDrieco fit ted( mty
case exactly3 atnd overcame myl3 troui
bles, anld I will alway's have a good
wordi'( to say for Dreco."
Dri'e is made from juices atnd ex
Itract s of mtaniy med icinalI herbal plantis
whIch act on thse vital organs it at
lehasanlt andn priompt matnneir.
Dreco is highly r'econmmendedc~ in
Lanrens hy l..arns n,.g .
Hart Schaffner & Marx
It means that the buyer of clothes takes no risk at all; if the clothes don't wear
as long as you think they should, or for any other reason you aren't satisfied,
you get new clothes or your money back. What you says, goes; that's final.
Styles Young Men Will
Young men make it a point to have
the newest and best styles, we try to
be a "little ahead" all the time;
young men appreciate it.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
make clothes in the same spirit; -Af(
give young men what they want; ad
The waist-seam is one of them;
single or double-breasted mod
els; here in all the lively new fab
rics. Varsity suits, single and
double breasted; we'll show you
an dy.Cpyfilgjt 1919 Hart Schffer & M=r
A New Shipment of Waist-Sam uit in Mohair,
Palm Beach and Cool Just Received.
Wharton Clothing Company
Laurens, S. C. Greenwood, S. C.
Why We Handle United States Tires
.Because they're good tires. Because we KNOW they're go~
tires. Because our experience has taught us that they will satisfy
and gratify our customers.
There are United States Tires for every need of price or use.
We can provide exactly the ones for your car.
* United States Tires
are G~oood Tires
We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them
EUREK A DRUG CO., Laurens W. Y. McNIEL, Waterloo
SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER CO., LanensS C.