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"SYRUP OF FIGS" IS
LAXA TIVE FOR COLD
'Look at, toiru'! Remove poIsonis
from stoinci, liver lad bowels.
Accept 'California" Syrup of Figps
only --look for thlie name Clifolnia on
Iie pactkage, then you are sure otar
cild is hlaving the itbest and liost
hiamIiless laxatlive or physic thel Zi
little somich, liver and howels. Chil
dn.-1 love its deliciou s fruity asthe.
Ftll dinedtiols for child's dose on each
boit. Give it williout fear.
\lother' You must say "Clifornia.'
State of South Carolina,
County of Laumrens.
IN cOrlT OP COMMON PLEAS.
.l. S. 1AL2Y & SONS. Plaintiffs,
DolANI-:Y PLOY I. I efemlant.
Pu1irsuant to a lDelee of the Court
il the ihtwe stated ease. I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at,
Larienems C. II., S. C.. ott Salesday in
Octobil ntN. heing Monday the Gith I
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales. the following de
scribed property, to wit:
All that tract of land lying being
in the City of Clinton, County and
State aforesaid, on the northern limits
of the City of Clinton. containing one
half acre.'iore or less, bounded by
lands of 13. '\. lien ry, Sampson .ohn
son, Billy Meadows and by lroad
SIrecet. the sate that was luclased
from Sampson Johnson.
Terms of sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If the
terms of sale are not complied with,
the land to he re-sold on same or some
subsequent. Salesday on same terms,
at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER-,
C. C. C. P. and (. S.. Laurens. S. C.
.Dated, this Selpt. 12, Il 19. 9-31-A
State of S01uth1 Carolina11,
County of Laurens.
IN COUlRT Ol' COMMON l'lEAS.
M1. S. IIILAY & SONS, Plaintiffs,
LLA JO 1 NSON, t al., 4efendants.
Pursuant to a )eere of the Court
in the above stated eatse, I will sell at
piblic oltcry to tie hi ghest, bidder, at
Laurens C. II.. S. C., on Salesday ill
October next, being Monday the t6th
day of th month, durIing the legal
houris for such rales, the following dlte
5crihed property, to wit:
All 1that lot, piece and Ilarei of land
situate, lyint and being witlini tle cor
pora1te lilit tif lie Towl of Clinitont
in tlie Coutitly and Stat e aforesa.id ton
laining fourl I I) acres Imlort or less,
bounded on the west by Itroad Siriet,
oin tHi souti by lot now or forimterly
otwned byl Ellen Lucius and lot of +:w
ill lDendy, 1)n lie east by tids of es
tate o f (I. C. Youn1g, Rois~euilcdws
anmd of Ililly .\headows, anl I ton thme
I leniy, .\ttie lloyd :n:tl ci wr..
Terms oft saili: 'ai.:. Puri .-ha.- r t
Itay for papteis anti st ati s. itft hie
1ermlis of Suite ale not comliedtt withi
he land to be re-sol ont ::amet or some
subsitlmlet Sailescday <m samte termms,
at risk of for mer machaser'.
C'. CT. C. P. and 0. 5.. ililr(Ins. S. C.
Un:tecd, this Seplt. 12, 1919. .:1\
Grand Pr'z -.6 1
fiHrear'ms C? munition
Write for C tatoft
TH E REMINGTON ARMS UJ.M C. CO.JNc.
Yoti Do iiiore Work,
You are more111 hmiItonls and you get more
enjoymenlt olt. of everythinig when yctur
blood is in oocd concdititon. impuriies in
the blood haive ai very de-pressing effect on
this system, ciusing weatkness, laziniess,
nervousness ande 'ickness.
G(OVH'S TrAsTILE~SS Chill TONIC
restores Energy and Vitalty by Purifyhcig
andI Enriching lie liloodl. When youi feel
its strengteing, invigoratinig effe-ct, seei
howi it brings color to) the cheeks aind how
it irplproves the appetite, you will theni
appreiate its trute tonic valtne.
GilOVE'S TrASTELEiSS Chill TIONIC
is not a pntent medicine, It is simph
IRON and QUINiNE suspended in Syram ,
So pleasant eve-n children like It. Thie
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and lIIN\
to Enrich it. Tfhese reliable toniic prop
erties nievc' fail to drive ouit impturit ies in
Tho Strength-Creadtg Power or GRF.tVE'
TrASTELESS Chill TONIC haes macde i
the favoritet tnuie int thousands of home
More than t hirty- 9v/e- yeairs ago, t'oIL
would ride a long-it anee to, get GROVi-'Y
TASTELESS Chill TIONIC whien
member of their Gunily had Malaria or
needed a b~ody-b)uilding, strengt-giving
tonic. e The formula is just tihe same to
day, and you cant 'got it from any drug
stnre. C~c twr bn'tti.
WOLF SHOWS REAL CUNNING
Stefansson Compares Him With the
Fox, to the Disadvantage of
the Smaller Animal
The wlsdoin of the fox is not so evi
dent is tie saying k witlespreat, but
the more I see of wolves the more
r'spect I hnve for their intelligence,
whlch Is tnique aniong lie nonhumnan
Itilthaitit lis of tle North.
The second day oi the new flad I
met a wolf that (-ltle runaing toward
me at fIrst, fIr le couid not fall to
mistake me at a distance for at Carl
bou, but when he got within two
huntl!red yards and could see more
plainly he realized my st'rangeness
antd, what Is triuly remarkable, In
ferred that I might be dangerous.
This wolf could certainly never have
seen a hltan belng before, and the
only dark thing of size comparalile to
in ae that lie had ever seen must have
been either a etrIbou or a inuskox.
The entibou are his prey, anl while
he seltoinl kills a iiuuskox he at least
has no reason to fear that exceptionai
ly il umisy andl slow-ImovIig anatn.
But at two hutirpei yards thih wolf
:iatsel and, fifter a good look that
sntisfliod him that I was selueinting new
in his experI~ienc, comtneneeRtl4 to VirleI
mte :t that listu:nee to get imy wit:l.
Weiiii he got it it tooik lin off at tIol)
'Im'.lTe shilihirly lunsophlistlenteed
fioxes of this region will connuiritoinly
r1111 wIlil I in or ftIfteein yards (of you
anl follow you ariiunil for mules, hark
ing like :I aty clog f'iollowingi: a peek
trian.--illijhuuiar Slefansson in Harp.
EXERCISE MAY BE OVERDONE
Nature's Signals to Desist Should Be
Heeded by Those Who Would
"PursipI ostensibly to promnote per
soial welfaire, physleni exercise Is not
inlfreqluently3 carried to i point of over
d l ing, wieVh results in Injury rather
than benefit," says the Jourunil of the
American Medilcal Associathmn.
Conintuemiag on some observat Ions
iade on nvlators, It says the test (it
the value (if an exercIse lies in the
physiological adjustments that it In
cluees. "if the heart redcees Its rate
of healing and Is less sensitive to exer
else, the training Is commendable.
Tralnipg should iaike the heart and
other mto scles better and endure fn
tIguing exercises better than the utn
tral lined heiart does. CoIseqntlPIly, If
the heivart reacts excessively as a re
stilt of' work ; if there 1Is a rapid rli
inl pulse rate, whiel returits to Its nor
ia Itionly after a long interval, ilte
funtidameti'ii I al n ii of exvr'clse for lienIlth
bwts not b'etn nicomplished. 'he symp
folus of nli overwork'tl mnchanlism are
i hand. llowever advantatgettus vig
(rolls trainling many he fin the great mn
jority of tnses, f4i0lure to ijust to
the ilnereasei il'mind:1tl of work Is Il
waI3s a signialI to tlt'sist alil t Inlli
ctlil thtai1 othet r 1tit)ies tof itrf'etinig
the orgatin shh1i he souaght."
l'rif. J. l'errin has ude a study
of moap hubb1dles -.ust thle kind thlat
llitle folks ilow w,il clay litpes- antI
hf- ann otwettIl's that they are Iiv mP uilII
iiieronis thick. T'Ihis ieans that 1,
would ink o r th141n fIvel ili.
of ;hi o ,:. \\ ' - this lV get in'
liii fltf tailn Is titner. Al -a tnn tie
still ita two a hic11kness ii tOne iinli'
enh. with is Itawrt tita -ht' thick
' ''a the skin of a Souatp bubbhita,"
ai 5(tutp hltlie biurtss dtarik spotts forma
ia It. Iiie titinal that ise hotusedl still
daror i ller sis.Tese' are' drop
lts of wate l' Surroundil iied by stratIa
t'ondtl('n54'd upjon the inmt rannaie. TPh'y
arei dlescr'iibed ts beling lIke du(st moittes
ini a sunbenm'ttt.
-Gentlenet~ss Is a 11 naiurni elemternt. TIo
trini, restraini or stiltlite the~ chianeer
so hiat It wvill Iitailife'st ithis vituei Is
not to give to th'ut ''bat'Ir'-' r the de-'
to, inuln h but nt I1i titake gintlIe. Whent'
onec is .ibl' ti etontroi l by watIchifuilniess
his ntclions, st thalt they result in giti
I ii'ii's, lie poisssss stimteituig hi'ss
Itan gienitieneiss. ( bnt Iitniss inaust hei
nlaltural to be tuly genttinet. Whe'e
Is the' sor't of stitul11 Ih t possessis giln
tieness. It Is tout of the abunidtance oif tlie
Is fr'omn te ahimtamet of Ih Ireutgene'r
atIc sitirit that lthe soutl shall tinvil t'
gr'n'e of gen'tt li'ess ini lnyriad riela
arie in thle priov ice ofti s virPtu'. Theyo'
tonsl poisse'ss It.--hrliisltin Itetlltgen
Cotton In the Far North.
I''low~ers gro'iw I r'ofltstly in matiny
parIs of thei artelIe r'eglionls. Onie ofC the
mtost fre'I i ently3 met wit 11Is the cton 1
pilat. Norllh'ern inetirs hiavt' a sayinig
I ihat wher'iever' 'olin b loitrts, Ice Is lnot
far' below. O ne tony walk fort mIles.
betw n ~('the linon thtls of June itnid Au
gust, thrioughi fleldls of ''lltin liholls
it flower, lt he t wilt'. si Ilky~ top s sway 3
lng In thet aret IeI brei''i. Al piresint
lillttlusie is oindte or it. fromt til lbt
th' dow~n is gathtered'n for illling~ pIt
liuntter inny gather'i tppie Iaarksitr,
luebe'llu, maonk's hood?, pimros-s,
aster',, illis-Of-theO-vnifo} nnd even n~
kInd of arctie gernalum, pinuk or wvhite
CHANGES 11V ORBIT OF MOON
Explains Fact That Eclipses Do Not
Occur on or About Same Dates
Lunar eclipses always occur at full
moon, or when the sun and moon are
in opposition, andt are caused by the
mnoon passing through earth's shadow.
As the imoon in her course passes tho
sun once every month, and also places
the earth between herself and the sun
once a mionth, It is evident that if she
moved In the plne of the eclipse there
would be either a total or annular
eclipse of the sun 1and a total eclipse
of the moon every month. They do not
happen every full ioon because the
moon's orbit is Inclined to the ecliptic
the great circle of the heitt ens round
which the sun seens to travel fron
west to east in the 0otitrse of a year, al
lowing her to pass tile sunll to an angle
of nearly 5 degrees and. 9 minutes to
the norh and soutih of his track, pre
venting such a freuluent oceirrence of
velipses. Froi the nagnittuie of the
anligle of inclination of her orbit to the
ecliptic an 4elie n'lan only occlr oi
a futill 1noon happenhig wlen the moon
1"slat Ilr nearIl one fof her. nodes,. or point~s
wlire her orbit itersevts the eeltse.
Thvr4Iefor. f flit 1n4 d1o4es not Itravel
on the ec4liptic, which woub) result In a
vuurecliplse ivery 1,ull 11inoo, It Is
logical to r;a1y tha11t the m1oon does lot
follow 11-e .4ame orbit year after year.
If the moon fidiowed tle same oribit
yeir i after yeir luar eclilses woubl
oceitr on or ab t111 h l1e 5 same d (ats every
year, hut ithe act is tlint they m1ight
occurl anly full u.lonl.- Kansa "s City
GRIZZLY IS FAST VANISHING
Final Disappearance of Really Noblq
Animal Will Be Regretted by All
Who Knew Him.
The grizzly hear has been known to
the white race little more than a
century. Lowls andl( Clark wrote the
first otliclal necounts of him ini 1805,
and lie was first discussed publicly in
1814 by Gev. De Witt Clinton in New
York city. Guthrie's geography srys
that he was naned Uysus horribills by
Naturalist George Ord in .1815. Fossil
records indicate that the grizzly is of
Asiatic origin. lie appears to have
come into America about a million
years ago over one of the pre-historic
land bridges that united Alaska and
Asia. Dears and dogs are descendants
from the same parent stock. The
grizzly hear never ents huin flesh,
is not. ferocious and fights only in
i'elf-defense. Ile leads nin adventi rouis
lift-, is a born explorer and ever Ihas
grool wilberness inniners - never
mai kes ntt ack5s. T'he numerous case in
whclh the grizzly has been ma1'I de 11 pet
nnd zcompnionIl of 11nan1, whlere hel wats
thouighfully, inI'll igelitly raised, show
b11111 to be a stiperior nhal dignified,
inei enit, loy~al :,,ia niformliy good
tellpered. NIit. a grizzly exists in an1)y
of the four naltill:i plirks or ('nlifor
nin1, 211d that11 anhnallil, onve so eele
brated inl that Sta1111, is xti t there. lie
b.s alsoi extinct. over flte greater or-tin
of (ho vast territrly which he formilerly
'4en'p'led, and1(l is verging on exter
('ert1ainly not1 Ali ss Tr'iouarid-It Iol Ie, ai
younglI l'renchli woo% w10 in s1 has chosen4'i
de. l'ar is. Thel r'adish,. it no4w1 tuns out,
wears1' 11h4 hlIl of tir:olition). 1 lence'
the (enthui~~sist Elf .\iss Trouard-~'it
Ililll. She hius dilscolvered, afttg ar-'
duiouis '52 resnri, thaiit thle raish111~' ws
knlown olf the11 E'gypltinsi 11 il of the
(Chiniese. As 3'elt research'4'1 1(ms not pr'o
v'iiedt any3(' l to thle whelr'abolu ts5 of
the rad~iishi from 11h4 earlyi3 t imes(' to t 1w
beIginnIIing of thle fi fteunth cenitury, when
olf the 511me1 inde1'fatigabtle (uios4ity' to
Biscuit of Ancient Origin.
Tlhe huiseult is in rea'lity tihe olde14st
that the mlinig oIf simpiEtE cala.s withI
Iflour' i14 and I w lte and 2 b i'thouI44t vei- -
e'st ant i41(ity, foir such1 his4'uiIt have
i4b4e found~l nm h 'ng nllble rema'in4hs.
I The (iGe'es an'ed 1t4oinau4 hi:ol :4dynneed'4
th(3 ey ~ iI4 b l fl 'bis its flor spiali 44''2
SionIs, fori use4 in lliary'3 l'mai4~44gns'
while' thel Gree'4ks (1s1d f'or it a termb~
roennulinig "blreadf twuien 1114 int o thle
fire" 10'W The wor biseuit meanii s, o~f
4m'4111',' t ''i44' hakedi, hti thle anelen'ht
pracI(tif'( of I doubIIle biaking has1 long
Real Butterflies as Ornaments.
111iniiey 4lrIinunentI s' is ai work' lof great
skill, 11n14 one1 in whilehl the 4'leve4r
tiger'Is Elf the' ilE'l'l~'(liiI Frn wo n are ail
dinpl siil ini ord'erf to sm1'tl'n it and1(
innke il e sh-r of m nipul 11i1. 1141th
sid's olf tll'- wVil'nt r til' hen 4'enV1ed
ul h a I ill parent whl Iu'ile~ l'i44iho l var
nh, *n iiit is at. once41 hua-d~ witlh
'a'41n oIf OnI !4rprl'iatE' shiadet, necord-'41
so a" tV .Xuetl it 11he14 bu(tt'rfly, whlehl
iI4 IhEnl mounted1 on4 aIl irei '--a light
nal uracel'uIi 01bte'C ftm U madat
Smart Innovations in
Wartime serverity in dress for
women _ is forgotten in the new
modes for Fall and Winter wear.
A year of peace brings with it a
more cheerful aspect in. women's
clothes--the kind that strikes femi
To-day we have gathered the Fall
odes for your approval. We're
certain that yo ll appreciate our
sincere effort in bringing forth ex
clusive models for your inspection.
And the most cheering news is that
prices are truly moderate--showing
only slight advance over a year ago.
Coal will be higher and scarcer this
winter than ever known. It is
selling in most cities near by for
-$10.00 and $11.00. We -have
five cars on the tracks here and on
the road which we will sell. (or
$9.00 per ton
*After this is sold we cannot say
what the p ce will be, nor how
much we w' 1 be able to get, as the
situation 1 oks bad to US. The
above p 'c is only good until the
five cars re sold. After that we
~,guarantee no prices. We deliver
no coal except for cash.
Office on Depot Lot .Phone No. 33