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Reep Your Liver Active, Your
Syst.'n Purified and Free From
Colds by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are De
lightful, Safe and
Physicians and Druggists ar advis
ing their friends to keep their systems
purifiod and their organs in perfect
working order as a p)r0teCtiOnl against
the return of influenza. They know
that a clogged upl) system and a 1a.y
liver favor colds, infh.,nza and serious
com) pl icat tio s.
To cut short a cold overnight nnd to
prevent serious complications tako one
Calotab at bedtimo with ai sw.allow of
tvater-that's all. No sailts no numsca,
no griping, no sickening after effects.
Noxt morning your cold has vanished,
your livor is active, your system is puri
tied and refreshed and you are feeling
fino with a hearty aippetito for break
fast. Eat what you please-no danger.
Calotabs are sold only in - original
ealed packages, price thiriy-five cents.
Every druggist is nuthorized to refund
your money if you aro not perfectly
delighted with Calotabs.-(Adv.)
THE RED BALLI'
Small Part of Estate Left to Family.
Fund for Education.
New York'. Dec. 6.--lenry Clay
Frick, multimillionaire, ironmaster
and collector of art, left all but $25,
000,000 of his vast estate to public,
charitable and educational institu
tions, accordiag to the teims of his
will made public here tonight.
The value )f the public bequests,
after $25,000,000 Is set aside for the
widow, son and daughtcr, is $117,000,
000 exclusive of 151 acres of .Pitts
burgh real estate left for a public
The 'rick mansion and art collec
tion in this c,ty, valued at approxi
mately $50,000,000 with an endowment
of $15,000,000 additional to maintain
them as "the Frick colicction," is giv
en to the pub!ic at the termination of
MIrs. Frick's life. This makes Mr.
Frick's largest single gift to the pub
lic total $65,000.000.
Princeton ind Harvard universities
and the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology arc bequeathed approxi
inately $25,010,000, divided so that
Princeton -will receive about $15,000,
000 and Harvard and Technoi ogy each
About $5,000,000 is left to the edu
cational fund commission at Pitts
burgh and certain Pittsburgh hospi
als received bequests amounting to
about $500,000 each. $500,000 bequests
were also left to variou3 hospitals
throughout the state. The Society of
the Lying-in Hospital of the City of
New York is left about $1,500,000.
. Approximately $6,500,000 in alldi
tion to her share in the $25,000,000
left the immediate family is be
queathed to Miss Helen C. Frick to
dispose of along the gencial lines of
pmbilIc henefit prov(ided [o in be
(uests to pubile and educational insti
The New York mansion, in which
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children- troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and is a
rule. there is more or less stomnch disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for twoor three weeks will enrich the bhod, hn
provq the digestion, and act as a General Strength
cuing Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispcl the worms, and the Child will Ie
in erfect health. Pleasant to take (0c ner bottle.
the Frick art collection i, housed, is
left to Mrs. Adelaid H. G. Frick, his
widow, as long as sie continue to
live there. Upon her death or election
to relinquish tie house as a residene
the entire Properly is left to a cor
poration to Oc formed to maintain a
"Gallery of Art" on the property for
"encouraging, and deveoping the
study of fine arts,. anc, o fadvancing
ti general knowledge of kindred
subjects." The house amid art collec
tion together are valued at .50.000,000.
The tiustees are direct<d iminedi
ately to form the corportiIon under
the laws of New York state to be
known as "The Frick Collection."
The corporation is to maintain in the
New York mansion a Tublie gallery of
art. Until tihe corporation is coin
pletcd, the art collection is to be held
in trust by Mrs. Frick, .Mliss .Helen
Frick, Childs Frick, the son, and
George F. -Baker, Jr., J. Ilorace Ilard
ing, Walker D lines, I .-,wis Cass Led
yard, John 1. iiockefeiler, Jr.., and
Fifteen million dollars at e left In
trust to Iie same pesons for the
maintenance and ernbellishment of the
Prick art collection, house and
A tract of land in Pi"ttsbiurgh, about
151 acres in '.he Fourteenin ward and
bordering on the Homewood ceitery,
Is left to the city of Pittsburgh to be
malilnained as a pitblic parc. Two mil
lion dollars a-c left to t:e Union Trust
company of PlIttsburgh as tru-tees for
ma-intenance and embellishment of the
About $50,000,000 of liii estate .Ir.
Prick ordere'l divided into 100 eqiual
shares. Thene sliares were orldere(I
distributed to various. inst It ut Ions.
Princeton is given 30 shales, lar
vard 10, Alas.acluseite" iv.ttitte of
Trcinology Ill. and tie edci-atioial
fund cominission wlich, lis its office
in l'ittsburgh. 10.
l'EllA TO END
No ('ha11ne to itiis l a iinstI liolsihev lit.
Thev Will Si,mply lI(.
Illisino!,fors. F.1i ind, .No%. :. he re
is no kil(el iiool of a riiof 4he peo
c!" of l'et.rog',al a i nst il l';lshviki
[ibis Winter 'm iatter hIl trrbl
their plight 1may --ame ys L.
Sapolie l, a1 p wo in il til, d hi of
hat c11ity who sa i-ilic'4d a forl'mii. of
.nlctIII nti rubbs to s , (111 li
"The btlief of Mav " h opuila
Ilm into staisi: a a! ciim is a
h< resy", li, fi alar l. ''- far as Ile
lRussi;ians art.' coicenet'l., I hcy will Sitn
" ene(4 %1al lItdenlilh. wi hout Pinl
hind's hlp. has Io iee of taking
Petrograd. for Iei ban hi'ae inipaigt
:t n110nth1 too ;oonl. 11f ne( ll,t; waite!d
1un1il Trotzky's, moln bI() to fel thle
!vulch of, th olaln a is ff
Cient food. thll-r lowern i <ra 'mih
estlehe allteki to) sucteid."
Aided by the wife of .\lIaxitii Gorkiy,
11. Sapon etn :'oitrived, vby lavish brib
cry of' the h' olsleviki. to; leave P'etr'o
grad. lie arrived at. llelsingfors a
nioIttl ag. To a. repi es(ita:iivo of
the Associat.1 Press lie related the
first time for publication hiis emtak
able experiences from arrcst it .1441ne
while serving as a rei-eselntative of
Ithe' Pinnishi govetinment in negotiat
inl:, for file excanlige of walr prison'ers.
11. Saponen is; a native o? Finland, wlio
has resided in Il'rograd jolr Ile last
'Until l. he sli6. "wc' foreigtn
vrs were. 1mnver ino0eVh d. I uu h(een
r' ler enting ilh i)anlxish Red ('ro.s in
ill I took op hll(le "X(c iigh e of, prisoln
e's on Alarlh 11.
"After selnring a. rt1 r ;-ne
si ,Ined bI y sblovsky, 1he1 Ill trogra4
Venminandant , and T~ti-~ o
!liss~ilet of *ot'ei'.; afit; i ,,
life' ainul p rperty wiouild b' scf--. I wa'c:
1cllowed'4 to re'lti'rn to I inhci l c ;ccr
lih'bcs frIn414 .\14ril :l 'in i' .Ma ii I
was kep hr;i 1 detlion icic myi own\44
. cin ';c . : I wa'.s c;'ben ti a t 4x;
.W4 4 a . I' il :ll. I was ia''| cb i jcje c r -
'il~ Auguist 5. w.'hen ii Sclors or~ cderecI
icue to be reel 4ed.
lccci:\'. Conisin;: of~ c wor1 of ar'.
.Ie1wels valuted bcy !tuian;,ic exper'4ts at
I 4onn,4)00~ rubbh's are'4 unidoubcl< dii car'
'Oilninlltill on4'i 4 14 tij occij4ij n i n
lRcissia, 3.1. Sa 4onen said
Whie l Isi, fo thl'i1c Iol 4i iccnat -
:iril t e e s t 144 b't 014 forcc' i ici.a.
"Icc w 11is to 1eterae i~u tci -r is n
ios: ii ty o a'1'i4c' 1ounter 1 ec' ' oi
cussian i lisant iis ar'c incacpcih fcei -
li -h l.s it''(4I not' ihc4c 'c
ar t rul -4w 'cI1 chcf:c , 'r cir cn - 1 .
r 4n1cc l~'. 'e ihe 4 tIcc l .1,:i'
Xoul 1"hincc :ii 14 r ii ci c 'i 'a;I
br4c1d. Afteri' ard44 I i . y s w'1r. c'''j Il.
Icwced 5(4m-4i ' ithl of4 a lol..hc' Il cci 4'
wer i n1441' 4 trr :ic 4 to .cIdI-- 4
to t:he ove ' 'h1ir 1 jlc'
:1r41)y, r tegil <dc litl o e 41 vc) eri Ihn
local1) iovits,. u h os e iih v
d ''oie ["o ntiide Iable Ic" ('4.rueiv work E'l
.\rade 4scool. ' :a4!r'otic'0
I ie (rci z e -c i~''ti l'cs' n'i harv a1
iliesofi' reg-ad.ly' and in in o~iin
vi ki fc4cear the'r4c : ,b
shevism and In the invinc!bility of
. Soponen confirmed reports of alp
palling conditoons in Petrograd -which
the winter w:l make far worse, and
said that all Noeoden houses h-ad] long
since been burned for fuei as well as
the flooring of othe s.
ie asserted, however, that tile de
pletion of le'rograd's )opilation was
not due so much to s.arvatitn as to
the fact. that the Bolsievilk had sent
away the hoigeoist and had emoved
prisoners to the interior.
Daro to Act-When Right.
Most men ire aritda of maiking mis.
takes. I Ilike men wh11o Imhe min stakes,
who hiv the (sh, the energy, Ihe
warm bhod ii their veinOs, to "Mike
miistake, Eeryt hing In life is more
or less it gamble. Timidity never nie
complisihed anything In this world.
Faith Is the mnain-spring of enterprise.
Mistakes inntke the gaie interesting.
They lift it above the dead level,
stimnnlate iigination, anil keep hope
No biagrace to Be Hypnotized.
An idiot or i person without (on
siderable ability in concentrating bll.
1mind einn not be hypnotized. The finet
that ole has bel hypnotized I.,l proof
that he enn hold his mnind on one sub
ject. It is, therefore, not to his dis
credit, but rather the contrary.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Name "Bayer " is on Genuine
Insist on "Byer Tablets of Aspirin"
in a, "Baye pcage," containing proper
directions fo~r lIielce, Colds, Pain,
Neuralgia. Lmbago, and heuM s
Name "Ba yer" mensgnuneApirin
prescribed by physiciansm for nlineteen-1
yeatrs. Handy tin boxes of 14. tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mnark
of Bayer Man~ufacture of 1. Ionoakcetic
acidester of Salicylicacid.
Coughs, Colds, Sore ThroaI
13 01 !"--J~j
It proImiptly breas p ::i 4 ' - d -ihl
clears the hemi and r(-.! '1-, d1--p int- th .
che-t where external.1 renwd~t I -jaih
I 'ied for n511re thanS
icdte sysem. .\bln
S5c at your d'; b '4
have yo cor
have it~ isure
*cies and Phos
L. . "rsdale
Carload Pine kindling wood, ready
cut, suitable in kindling fires.
$1.50 half Truckload
Delivered promptly anywhere in the City
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
BUILD IT THE
W~e can fulrnlish you uc-B il uglwsmnfe
uiiired bh e A C' ' i1 . u lAumber lCo., of Chlevj 1stoIn. The1(se
filuIngalows are nboIt, aIttractive and( sutantj~ tiall 'h il o,
No. I mateial. PIce your order now and we ea ship in
abouit two weeks. Yoiu la have this house vrevted in aoit
ten days ain he livin in your i w) hom l i n ls h1 oinl
AVsk 6or one ot' our at lgues and pl wie nd select the
ho411. you wvant.
Gr'leenwood. S. ('. Phone 2s
J. F. ENITZMINGER
PHONE, WIRE OR WRITE
Greenwood, S. C. Phone 283
WE'LL MAKE A NEW TIRE
OUT OF THAT OLD ONE
ON YOUR CAR
Nothing has been lost on your- worn tires ex
cent the we ar. We repair old tires and put the
mileage back into them. We mi: e not merely tire
patehers or tire half-solers, but . Expert Tire Re
builders, and we know how to put the fabric
sinews and the rubber muscles into worn tires.
You can make each tire dollar do double duty by
letting us rebuild your worn tires. Our process
and materials insure faultless work. The major
operation in our Dri-Kure process is done right in
our shop. Come and watch us work.,
ALL WORK IS GAURANTEED
We are located at the Wilson-Overland Co.,.
and will be glad to have you call.
McDaniel Valcanizing Plant
T. 13. McDANIEL, Propriebor
Free Air Service to All. Laurens, S. C.
School Desks and Blackboards
CARRIED IN STOCK AT
GREENWOOD, S. C.
If in the market for Desks oDr Blackboards
write for catalogue ard prices. Prompt
shipment, quick delivr. Other supplies
also carried in stock,
U. S. ARMY GOODS FOR SALE
U. S. Arny ran.es, 33ichs h i h,= n-I iti., i cs dep, .sbest o
tilv. !ining, Nickeled trv~hiuner with fir box. wa!r hack ready to coniIeel
WithI hot water tIllc. 1,arge env , wit sil f, wat-ining (lo"iH 1. 11aM soof
box and or-iaunilental shelf. Also live joint! of pipe, 2 latre boilers wii)
lids. Worth $200. Cost g ov rnnent s11..3 p eI i.... Ikp.. .... 7.
UI. S. Army gaivanlized hot water' atks, !.'gallonI capacity. 11). presx ire.
U. S. Army heaters, Radiant. hiome, I' t I I t. lareg size. nickel triommed
A very beau ifiu stove, slightl u.sd, ;o a1 neW. Wood 01' (edO, a 1-090 -.t
$115 I ci'el for .. ......*..............*............I*.*.*...................... .5
U. S. Army heaters, "Big Seveln", slita ble fot' lio -. '-tolrc. factory. etc., ill
splendid condition. Will hnrn wood or. coa. .. .. ........ ......
U . S'. Army re."n i!on donhle wheIl itnos. :oo! condition. Thiharniess
is emoliplile. worth $ 125 per set. il' )1.. .4,01117. 1)11
L. S. AIm \n u lele llan Saddhs, 1n 1 .ool conii. .o
lU. A..rmy .\cClellanl saddehlit n %', fo,- .. .. * 9'**' ' *
I. S.i lalters. heavy 1eat0er', a s.dantid Iht .
. Army i ther s, 1mlade of ui't let'hr. 1! ' h; servi.ah i, 1(. inch
-. deep. e2 he4s wide, with :tra, ort I.........................2.,9
1 \. . Army olive drah, ll wool 1 n , - rao e l rey(:- .. ...
11. S. Army Overcoats, dyed do i 1 1- 4 voiljiiiou, $
1. .\. Navy 110mock., maile of xl( Ot r \0en out 20 oz. duck 101
net n wifl-. 71 im h. ol, w. tion "2..4.. . 9
0 '. - 1* .i '*..' ':-\ l 2 l 1
;I i alva hp't
->55.4- ib pock n
V W \ .1 P. ! 1:1 ) -o i i o
BRADLEY BONDED W EHOUSE
Greenville, S. C.
shou :Ld desroyr~ your ouse
refurnish it? Yo should
ad1 in prcoportioni with presenti
>t dela~y. Look up your poli
hmAw V_ *1 1 < I U n~
Pho-ne 409 R. H. RoPer