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BREAKS A COLD
IN, A FEW HOURS
"PMOWN CoI (ompon41" then uireaks
up a cold Ii i few hours.
.ikm't stay -tTifed-ul,! Quit blow
il,,nd iutnftliuig! A dose of "Papns
Vold Copotiml" taken every two
houirs uutil threve doses are taken us
ulaiy break., ull a. severe cold anld
efids a grippe m isery.
'The very tirtsi dose o1)e1ls your
(logged-ity tils nd thev a-ir pas
sag, es of Ihe he.: i:tops nlose.1 run
in lug; relieven; he heardache, dullness,
fomrorishness. .-neezin", soreness and
"P'alp's Coi Coimpolnd" is the
qiuickest, seIst rel i f kiowt I 'alid
vos4t only a ht w tents aM drug stores.
)t acts -wit hont assist:ioce, tastes nice,
vonltains. ho twinlinef-Inlsist upon
SAVE YOUR HAIR
check Igly (tandruY. Stop hair com
Ing 4 -.81 double its beaulty.
6- - h r i s ,
.t ma t It re(vt. i.rish, iteby scalp
sttt ameti 1a: h thit stimuilating
Tolli' 1H'ewilt esh.- l Ihe failuished ha.0r
rool, revvia'l Iizin-1 . and in1)vigo rating
ey harin 111v il hu to pn
ie ha . Ir allit ;-i. M getilig thill.
+.y or. 'adin"._.
itr a few% apilitions of "Dani
.mi t I i dtoilt find 1 fail ll U ir
lo t a t iclof a every'
hair Aim vws 11 I' Hi'. %-::-or,. rg tls
imore onlor :uni thickness.
.\ rt.w cent's bulys a1 b(tite o)F de
-' (I I ;I!14d1.1ill1e" ! 1 nll dv u (II11 m
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Name " Bayer " is on Genuine
Int ein "ayetr Tablets of Aspirin"
im a "Bayer packaige," containing proper
Sr. et iets for ColdsA, Pain, Ieadache,
\eu ralgia, IUmbago, amid Rheumatism.
t "tayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescrilbedit by physicians for nineteen
yvar.-. Hautdy 1iin boxes of 12 tablets
fAiti few centa. Aspirin is trade mark
-f Bayer Abn.utrffacture of Monoacetie
Ldstc, r of sAlieylicacid.
Seed~ Cataog Free
~;t itt te IL' lm es () V l'undred thand
*suyrin ' tu. 1.lv ar w it'ti br ili t
hoat l i :. :1 heintL a ii V allt~t t at is
n Pe mlil t o -I .o: It i . (' i l~tl cardit
g-qir d. it , ( il fir o11 ,- I 19::0' cata-t
llati :'ts' ii si ga eit hv heirt. byw
tmai t' n ili. neral 'ftieo
i in0 the ret have V~(~ ifi ome
t~tirosh dred thY !. Cutome. rltwh
buy frc o u by ti. \\'inu it tat ad
'isf you Wi 19: O - .5N
P lsan t i tt )t ius t t liedt in t your
it l f in . th e So t. Ontly aieujti tis
tha the yotaya hm. rt
''r free copy of~ thi pl ni na
"iNGAPORE TO HAVE TAXIS
Fir Eastern City Will Abandon the
AtickGhaw, Long Used as Method
According to idvices from Con l
General .,dwin N. (n',.zales at Sing
pore, that city Is to have ati Iterin
'.ranksportation systernl of thoroughly
Whether~l Amervileanl auitonobile inan11
1nfitettirerts will . .ceure the order filr
the.se 1nwtors b Is probtI leit'lletica, bit Ihd
tulost dgnLiffleant part of the niews Is
11ha.t It markI-Is a1 furthler developmnent
of the Ise of modernu uethods III the
For. seveial year1 il Singapore
there lo4s bien i most consistenit aind
vigorous agitation1 aglinst the Itinsti
titonl of tile well-knowi rickshaws.
NIost of tI Is agli aLloi vaine fron the
tolgIe and peni (if the edicattai Cld
nese, who maintain that the systell of
making a horse out of men Is wrong
from the standipoint of the degr'ading
influence which it has on the Itllivid
unis as well as the Ianm it is chilmled
to work iipon the coolies.
Ilstances are great lii most far
Eastern cities, and while the rickshaw
makes tralisportation reasonably con
velnient. and coifort able, tihe rickshaw
most certainly Ls a liriiiitive Vehicle
ild clooiied "o (arly aailn idonn11(tit he
:allke of the a pid advaIce n1ow hie
ing made in Ihe IndhustrialI and social
life of tle far -ast.
The new% comipany to opeite in
6lngapore is to be olllhially known ias
the Singapore Miotor Taxicab and
Trvansport coilmany, Litd., aild wIll
hiv%*e cap ita l of $:L,0,004). The iniiaul
in11iprolvnt will be Iliade up1 of -10
adt1:1let. taxicah", five on4e-tol trul cks
1Ind live tiIree-qItiirter ton trucks.
Smingpore :is a population of 300,000.
HIGH PRICES FOR DIAMONDS
Value of the Highly Desired Spaiklers
Has ceen Soaring to Unhcerrd
The 4e4(ninllie sittlation of the world
it ilarge Is said by jewelers to b1e
inore responsible tor the present h1uh
prices of' <ianlmints, than anyI% shlori-tg
if fclimluls inl Ithe .outh Africanl
iins or. nny nt11111ipu lion o te11t out
I'lt by t lhe JDe l1-ors lDimiindd ci
Tve fiolowin.g tiUr11e's conllern illg 01h1
monl prie4s were obtained froni Ant
wverIp, the El-iiwa cent e'ill o l4, flin
1411141 iiniket. Am tilicit Illdhnotld the
fopre the war eost $Z23 it enritt titui .'!
liter euttilig. hIineillately .1 after tihe
leelaration1 of wrI'., tile pric shillei.
In 1115 tit' erinans beganI to get
niervous regarding lie value of palper
1m11ney atul started buying all the dia
monds Ihey Cil find.
France, Switzeri land, Italy nil Eng
1ln4 followedl ,till Iand4 the plrlee went
nly rapidly. ()i lie eve fit the nriis
Llee, tin unclut cart d(IIiamon4 t? wa S
worlh $7). Since! the war nmded. the
ia1114ioill iniarket ias hoo1ild, owing to
ile depeint- lon of E-:uropiean 111oney,
the di(II lliulty of xchvIlnge 111141 the eti
ban rgo (Inl I 01) I<t xI. 01 (of ur1ency fri 11
rmei E-urope-an miltlon to another. To
lilly :1 CaratL 41 of t11(tIt: S1o1 fldtus It
re:ily niltark'et a1t $150.
The Antwerp Iierchi l tr 1lt
oeek eustoniers. Thi 1 tkt Is swatap
1il wit uiyers. Credit Is io longer
giveni. Thle 514sales lar for en:shu. 'Thte
buliyer freiluentilly re4sells and41 the ne4w
purchsetl8r 848lls 111 ag i atfat pro'ltits.
T'iiis Itie pri lkeeps goIing 1up. 1l arge
stiones are sluh~ipped up1 it Ileunear of
The Kaiser'st Kitchen.
siage\ Itof l i 414 rav l.t theii h-bl litein4:14
fil' WillViin114 huohenz'oli le wieb hadl
wantdierrigs abuliiit l-inrope dingI. t.
Wary, Is 441 its way lio the I 111144
Slaitis. As if toi give thne chlanginig of
tti1ned4 tii 1lon14 thle tih-hi kitchien--with
allt its 4'hihorletl nieceor41I(es--aboa441rd
tile we4Shoml trtilnsport at St. Nai
sho~ws 14 no s ito tIll' wear1 and1 tear of
t rophiy, it is 1'innded, shall11be a14hl1ed
to a notable14 i'o llect(ion)1 of wari r('lles
at the Am14eian elaplitai whethe~r It Is
to be utilize41 in the waysk3 appiirovt4
by tile former1' kaIse 14'Is, of couIrse, 11n
oth1er malit telr.
ing pictur dil4'41rect or to t he ;iembeiirs
of his companyi113. "Do)4 you1 ato~rs thlilnk
hunt you1 ('nn1 stroll intoi the4 studio a41
hlalf-paist toen every Iliornling and14 get
atwaly wlth It? Thits Isn't a naitionuni
with y'ou ! TIoml4ioro wie starit fl iling
4!loud( effects. itep~ort ait t he 4114 (1uar -
ry att 4 :30 I. m1. Yout tire all1 going
to be shot a t sunrlise Eve'ry' miornlng
for a week." Heling shot att sunr11lisE
Is halrdIer halrdshiIp for a mollvIe actorII
Ithan it is for ia irisoner of war.--Film1
Knew Something About Mothers.
lIttle boy3. WhIle thereI'4 anothetir hio.\
401m1 14o 14lay alis; bult he was1 s4om1e
hunu. Whe huhle rea'edtlil4 home111 hei to
is muoth some of114 ithI Iiinean01 thing:
the1 1boy3 had4 saicl11d am i1on. "Il ww~v:
ACCORDING TO HIS LIGH f
Amusing Story That the Late Colonel
Roosevelt Used to Tell of "Big
"Alast Inen, I helieve, are goodl eItl.
zens, liecordini to their lights. T1at
lig Tim' Sullivaln for example.
"'ViiI etne to me while I was iI Illt
White lilouse to get .1 pardo flori a)
frieid. The ina was III .\I hantoI lit
blowitig a post ollie sitIe, shooting Ihe
watilc an land I knvow Inot whima.
"T111 wais inlsistenlt Itat, he 'had14 rc
for-Ined nind that he'd tgo .Ii*aigllt 11' he(
were pardloned. '.lh1 post ollice fol
dId( not think soj nitimei~ 410i thle lt
Partlient ofi1 justiev. Itilt Th1 was Si)
Sure, So) positive, Ihat I decided to I
"'I'll give you this haricdon,. 'Tlim,'
1ad , 'onl onle vonditioni. You1 11nn1t
ink(e It to Atallta yourselfI, sie his
lil before If( lilns at challie Ifo svo
any of his old ia Is and wnrn hin that'
if hr. goes wrong agalinl he will not only
be punished to the limit, but will Ihvv
to ililsh out this sel tclee as well.
There will he no inerey for hIm. And
at the end of the year I want you'to
bring the fellow here and let me know
how le's made out.'.
"Tim agreed to this lIle would have
agreed to anything, aild kept his agriee
Inent, too, Ile got the pardon and
welt his way. I forgot all about the
thing until just oIe year ago. I was
told Tim Was waiting to see e. le
hlad lin ap~pointinent, hie toWd the ait
"'Mir. Preshdent,' -snid hle, whenl he
cnme in. ") Ve monie ahout that fellow
l11,1ank. You en.ow you told te to biring
him here' .en he'd been out it year
anild let you kn~ow howV he's beeI nct
InIg. lie's outside now.'
'Yes, I reiniemiber,' I told hill. 1low
has lie beenl doing?'
"i'He's bcen perfect, Mr. President,'
said the big fellow. 'WJhen I got bin
to New York 1 1111 h1im1 to Work he
hilnd :i whlieli inl a g.1mblin1g house, and
Iie's beeln doilnhg fince ever siince.'
"'Thiiat was gooil behavior, as lig
Timi saw it !"-Alctlure's Mligazine.
Humorous Aboriginal Belief.
Aistrallin u anti ves tell queer stories
of cr'ealtiom, each tribe having a differ
elil legenaill. ()liO tribe says that in tile
beginniig the earth opened up inl the
inid:t ofit -'erigiii ike and vrilous
birdals andl anlinal enme out. 'They
lay dowil In the sun to le "tinisihed"
int)o hulman beltigs by Its rays. When
thep hiiiisiing pirocess wis over they
gut up iand walked away.
Another tiibe says th 111it before tan
was Illade a tribe of mnn.gleal creatures,
kiown 11s "Mturn1-inurn1S," lived oi the
earth. While one of these was hunt
Ilg iiha k gaI'o thel 111111al hopped out
of' sitht. Paralin, as the hunter was
called. asked some old womuen where it
had gone, but they Iied to hIn, as they
had illed it. Ile becnlile angry, aid
seellig somiie hill If- linished bodies lying
oil tle groulld le stralghtened out
their liiibs. blew in their ears so they
could hear, and railied som clay
dowin their thronts, and clear through
their boiles. t0 mahe t1hen stiff. 'i'hiese
then becnmi e meni. and lie c~oltinued to
Innke tore men and we'nen.
No Gerrian Strong Man.
141 liein) iihg til e ie of strong per
sonia liis i inii.hng iis5 euntitryien, Ad
mira I lii il lweg writes in the DeitsChe
"This wanlt of c'ha :reter i aong ciur
g~in withI, Ithe tlois'ir was pilainily an
his resi less nivity beforlnh'ie the war
he hiadi used up, whaeve'r ner'lve
mie by thle meeinll' of thl nine 't at
wha ih I wvas piresent on cii 1arh 28,
191)0I. We haild t disetiss the proispeicts
"Thle chaniCe'llor," Iliollwveg says,
"Silt ini 'I g.ieeral's uniforin It1he ipreis
ident's chair piulling quIckly iii a cigiar,
thle ph'?ture of ner'ivous prostratl ioin.
Ilong speech. giv ig ai 1uost gloomliy out
1ine and bnlaig Von Tiritz l for all
that was haippeiinig. Not a man, at
the table t here. it wals plnun, was
.str'ong enough -eltherci to endi or mend
the wvar. No wvondler wve lost."
Deadly "Earth Torpedo."
Added to Ithe lI st of int erestinag but
tardy war lnventiions is ai so-enaliedl
'"earlth torpedo" of C'a nidiana origIn,
descrIbed by Populcr Alechanies muag
azlne. It bores Its subterriineian waty
to)ward the enemy lines. unid thlen ex
glasdes wIih great force. 'rhe burrow
I hg operailoll is hiyd rnalIc. Thie noise
of the torpiedo( Is ecliiippeid wth an
Ingenious horing nozizle,. an iilak es
wvithI it a lenigth ofci hose. whilc'h a pump
In thle trenich suplie as withI "a Ieri ut
300-pounad pressure't. Tiis part of thie
perforniance is silent. in ii lest, thie
device burrowedl 20)0 feet~- and then
blasted out an exeavaition 20 feet
Where Janet Excelled.
Itipert iind( li'rnk were miuc'h smIt
ten with the two( lit tie girls who were
'nm p1ig in the enibin nextI to themin
I Iea wias 1 iipert 's favo"rit iani ld .114 (et
wvas l'erankli's. U3(~nbserived I henard them
iscuissinig thie imeritIs nf cachi swvet
"Ilcle'is thii pra'ettest, don't you
".'iinybic shie is."' i'iniii'ii'd iernnk ;
"'but .la net's the' swniiinigst."'-Chii
Effort to Classiafy.
'audit itnil abrnid?
'ltiz:i. ''Alyi imiiccressil is that a hniiui
l~t is ii Villista tandi a briganid is a
Mr. J. I. Coleman Injured.
Tho many friends of Mr. J. 1.
Coleman lwill regret to learn of a
painful injury lie sustained last week
during the cold weather when lie
slIPPed on the ice and Ivas thrown
violently to the ground. le sustain
ed the fracture of a hill and has been
confined to his bed slice tile accident.
Yesterday his condition was reported
as unfavorable and fears are enter
tained for his recovery, as he was. al
ready in ill health and susceptible to
additional His son,
.r. Claud Coleman, of Greenville,
enme down a few days ago to assist
inl Caring for him.
-*Ingraved Cards and Invitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
NOTIf'1 OF DISSOLUTION.
Notlep Is icreby given that a meet
ig of :t(ockholders of Boyd & Gold
iln, Inc., wiit be held at the store of
the company at. \ountlville, S. C., at
II o'chok. .\londay. January 26th, 1920,
at which lime stew; .wIll be taken to
(i1ssolve tll- company and liquidate its
.J. L. BOYD,
.1. A. GOLDING,.
Campaign for ft
its work. For
nized leader in
and to have this
been spectac ula
led in the greate
Is the Work
Are we to deli
thousands of me
now suddenly tr
of dollars are b<
court; millions o
by efforts to hai
more than 1-2
.for moonshine li
lant. If we are
that will. The
. If You are a:
Ask yourself th<
tive; if the law
If you h'ad no p
due to Prohibiti,
People All Over City and
System Medicine and Hi
Although Alerithne, the famous new
system medicine, has now been on
sale in this city and county only a
short time, it has gained the same
wonderful success here that it has in
hundreds of other communities over
Men and women in all narts of this
city and county are now taking Merl
tone and highly praise it for the relief
it is giving them.
It was stated 'when *'eritone first
came here that once the 'people of the
city and county learned of its real
merit its sales -would rise by leaps
and bounds. That time has now come.
Meritone has been tried and proven
by men and women all over this sec
tion and practically everybody has
heard of it and knows it a medicine
of .real merit.
For ailing conditions of the stom
ach, liver or kidneys, catarrh, rheu
d the Anti-Sal
ye a Campaiq
i League of America
inds with which to comtil
twenty-f ive years it ha
the dual purpose to are
t the use and sale of int
sentiment embodied inte
r, but by earnest, cons
st reform of our time.
of the Anti-Sa
ide ourselves into belie
n who have always foug
ansformed? Don't be de
sing spent to defeat pi
f dollars are available t
re the percentage of alco:
of one percent; millions
quor. Those things shoi
to win this fight, we r
all the time, or maintair
.rc a Good Citizen;
If You are a Fat
If You area
a question: If the liquor
if the boodlers and their
of the land is being cona
-IERE DO I STAlN
art in bringing about the
n, you can have a part
Ln for your Cou
ur ens, S. C. St
:ESS IN THIS CITY
County Are Taking the New
ghly Praise It for Relief.
mat ism, nervousness, sleeplesshoss,
general rain down system and the like,
.lerItone has no superlor on the mar
A trained chemist. worked for
years on the Meritone formula and
would not release It for sale to the
general public until his expert knowl
eigo believed it to be the most effect
ive medicine posbible for ailing condi
tions of the system.
Aleritono is sold exclusively in 14u
rens by Laurens Drug Co., and by the
following near-by druggists: Gray
Court Drug Co., Gray Court; Young's
Pharmacy, Clinton: 11. V. Golding, Wa
terloo; Martin 'Drug Co., Cross Hill;
Enorete Driug Co., 1Enoree; Beason's
Drug Store, Woodruff; Whitmire
Drug Co., Whitmire; Redleks Pharn
acy, Fountain -inn: and is sold by one
( ruggist in every town throughout
is engaged ir a
aue and complete
s been the recog
use and organize
law. It has not
tant effort it has
ving that those
it prohibition are
cohibition in the
o evade the law
hol in a beverage
are being spent
ald keep us vigi
nust either stand'
is the answer.
interests are still
'kind are still ac
now in making it
inty is M. J.
and by him.