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SILVER IS KING IN ARIZONA
Old and New Mines Are (3eing Opened
After Peace Brought Slump
SIlver Is king again in Arizona, says
. P. Reliilger. presldenit of the As
soclatioll of Arizoina Mlliiing Menl, ne
cording to the Philadelphial Ledger's
Phoenix correspondent. Wiith the Cop
per market stagnant its a result of Ithe
Cessation of wIl rrequirements, the dIe
mids for white mtetal ire pourinig in
from all quarters of the globe. Many
of the producers are replacing their
copper handling equipment with
plants to turn out sliver.
"There Is a big demnid for sliver
In China and India," says George D.
Bethune of Glohe. "The 'nited States
government Is filling It at $1 an ountce,
the same price at whl<4d It Is supplying
200,000,000 ounces of the metal to the
British government on contract."
, Years ago, when Tombstone was at
the height of Its fame, Arizona was a
great silver producer. Then came the
slump. Copper was discovered. Last
year, according to the estimate ofl the
United States geological survey, Ari
zona produced $102,000,000 worth of
copper. "Give us copper," was the
cry from the United States and the
With the armistlee conditIons
changed overnight. One till lion joImndhs
of copper. more than ai third of which
was Arizona prolductlon, ar estlimited
to lie awaitnlag siiale. So copper Is
down and silvir Is upm.
JOHN A. HO 1AND
Tho Greenwood P no an,
The largest dealer in imisical instru
monts in Western -South Carolina. Sells
pianos, self-player pianos, organs aid
;owing matchines,. Reference: The
Flank of Greenwood, the oldest ani
strongest Bank in Greenwood County.
This fine farm
fr' 25 to 150 acres
surve'ys of the sitte indielete that In
ithe 'rescott n111i'Tuson tuines silver
prednoininnato:s over the other Inetals,
In' lilshe, Jrotn. Gilobe and Ajo Its
valis as at by-prouect run1 heaivily.
Iront the i1ghborhood of I'resvott
Colie reports of he revivil of old sl
ver innes. Il.ttle 1''1a, scene of i
sanguirut11ry ndanliht InI thev seven
til.s. is replorted Io have yleliled new
Cl semveries of sliver, and1t1 two fresh
enmps have beii opewned on this spur
of it' northern lope of the irad
DID SEEM LIKE PROFANITY
But Really, Prospective Bride Wai
Merely Trying to Tell Marriage
License Clerk Her Name.
C. M. Kennedy, who issues inr
ringe Ileniis' in Sen tile. Wash., is an
exCeed1in1gly pol ite il withail it proler
younlrg inIIn. Whe ait prospective bride
11nd1 rniom ippronebied his desk re
vently hetre's what happened that
"Natnle, please?" said Kennedy to
the sweet-faned young thing before
"IlnIlihnneart Iurts," enie the uner
Er--I'n sorry," sold Kennedy with
a frown. Turning to the prospective
grooi, Kennedy askced his name, think
IIg to give the(- coming bride an oppor
tunity to recover from her evident at
tack of heart trouble.
"George T. 11inlliday," saild the man.
"And now your naime?" said Ken
nedy to the apparently recovered bride
"lilIn heart IIurts," she repented.
"Young lady," said Kennely seve're
ly, "I am2 it married ian and at father,
and it grieves me to lear sich ]an
guage from n girl gettinrg n llari-inge
l1iense. If your iecart hurts I'm sorry,
bult pro0fan1ity 1, whollyunesar.
"Whallt the fulture Mrs. iliny Is
tryling to) tell you," -said the young tunn.
"1,, that her namne Is H1-i-A-m-at ll-ak-r-t
IIur--." Kenndy apologize~d.-Cinl
Wireless vs. Wire.
WIl all the telegrapi 1a11 d telepini e
polls, wires and i.orltrmnents c(inneet
ed with these ilethods of comutien
tion he slimply so much "serap" iI in
year or so? 1iepresentative Steener
s-n of Mlinnesoa, rankin' g lepublicn
mlibtrii of the liollse post oflice com
Iittee, predleted "Yes." If the progress
now hing' mande lin wireless comil
ention1 con(tiu11es. Mr. Steenerson, Its
(14uote1d in Tl. . Wireless Age, says:
" E bo l i o c o m m ni e t i o n I s t h e o i n g
thnm; ieore the end of the year tihe
nyveige Airinnt %-iII not he bother.
ing imieh tbit Ihe transmission of 1i11
ordinary message over an ordinary
telegraph or telephone wire or as to
whether the ordinar . teleplone or tIl
lying on the Princeton R
each. Think of It ! 0
Only one-fourth down
For Further Ii
egraph wire Is owned or controlled by
government or private interests."
Spoiled Sarah's Great Scene.
DurIng a performanep of "IInm1let,"
In whiclh Sarah iernhardt was Imper
sonatin g tle melancholy Daite, Ihie
graveyard scene wias entirely rutied
by tho Iu'nfortunate ippea'ralce oil
the stage of a cat, whileh walked in
fron the wings anid began to wAish
Its face. The Divine Sarah, somewhat
ilsconcert(ed, stalilp(d her foot, and
the Ct, taking fright, jumuped-I.to
the open grave, the resting plce of
"poor Yorick!" Indame withdrew
and the curtain descended. A cat
can look at a king, but not at a queen
,-of the drama I
Life in Other Planets.
Marconi truthfully says that many
of the pl ts arie much older thim
ours; therefore, he'ini's w-ho dwell
thereotin ought to possess vnst funds
of Iuin'orimition that would he of In
e:lenmkihle value to us poor mortals.
Ie tkes this reasonale slutement
In a recent interview: "It Is silly to
assert that other planets are utninhh.
Ited because they have 0o atmosphere
or are so hot or otherwise totally dif
ferent front the earth. If there were
no fish in the sea, we would inniitain
to our Ast breath that life therein
was impossible." That Is a reason
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HOW HE EARNED HIS CROSS
American Soldier of Chinese Parent.
age Talks Modestly of Deed
of Great Bravery.
(Vrparnl Sing Kee, color sergennt
of tho Three Hmuinred and SIxli In
faitry of the Seveity-sevetih divis)il,
holds, one ma111y fairly helleve, the ils
tinction of heing the only Amerlenn
soldier of Chinese descent who ever
wonl a Croix do Guler-re InI Franice. The!
eorporni Is a modest wnrrlor, not to
quaielois IIIn the toligie of I fellow
soldiers; and when asked by a reporter
to tell- how lie won his cross lie re
Vlied, "Whnt (lid T (1o? I did, that's
ill." Others, however, are more ex
plielt, inl what Corporal Sing Kee
reilly (id was to earry imessages
t hroigh gas and shell -fire. H1e was
one of tlie twenty runnellrs between
commallniders of advancved hattalionls at
Mont Notre T)ime, and at the end of
ith seconl day tihe corporal was tile
only one still renining in action. Late
lin the ifternoon he was gassed by tlie
enm-y, but mnnaged to reach his desti
ntiion. After that enne the Croix do
(ierre. honorably earned by the Amer
lean soldler of Chinese parentiage who
Jinst "dd. that's all."-Crilstian S(
LIFT CORNS OR
[)ocsn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Frcez
oneo (osts but a few cents at any drug
stor. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot
toml of feet, then lift the: off.
When FreezOne rembove.I corns from
the toes or calluses fron the bot om o,
feet. lie si in beneath is left pink
and Ihealth and ie~er sore. tender o.
of Laurens, has been
live on a farm with a
and three years. Terms
ily to Laurens'
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
VETERINARY SURGEON &DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telephones: Residence 201; Office 45
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
The N tional iscuit Company's sales
man will 1 free demonstration, Sat
urday, August 16th, in the store of J. C.
Shell & Company.
The Ladies of Laurens are especially
invited to drop in and sample the goods
of the National Biscuit Company.
I am Si cere! Stop Calomel!
I G ar ntee Dodson's Liver Tone
Listen to me'! Calomel sickens and you may lose a
day's work. If bilious, constipated ori
headachy read my guarantec.
Every dIruggist ii town---your cosks t(- i few conts, and if it fails
druggist 1111 verod's duirto ive as ef i every eas of
has noticed a grea1t, falini-off in the i %. i s 1111(l CoustipU hon.
sale of cIlomliel. Ihllev 111 give tle vot have oly to ask for your mney
saime reason. Dodson's Liverl Tonle 1 ick.
is tiking it', place. 1odson's Liver Tone iq it leasant
'Calome(l is dang1it'erouis an1id people fastin pu r el retahie reidv,
knJow it. whil Do lo'': 1iver Tone i' m less to hoth clii uen o nd adults.
is perfety -:f1' 1ad 4 ives betle' re- TFko I spooliii M. ni'dt.nd Woke
stilts," so'.il :n nrominent locai u p r('img t ; no biliousness, sick
gist. IDid one Ii Tooe is per- head :whu, nei( :tomich or cowi.
sounall v 1nrioteel I every d rug- pat ed bowls. It doesn't grip all
gist who sclls,; it. A large bottle, toe evA ay like violent calofnci.
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Easy.lin Nio; nybibousdssnic
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