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Out of Fix?
'Phone your grocer or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicious digestant,-a glass
with meals gives delightful relief, or
no charge for tlhc first dozen used.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
Worn-out stomachs, converting food
into rich blood and sound flesh.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele.
Lr!cd Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel.
tor, S. C. If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
DIXIE FL)Ult & GRIAIN CO.
Distributors for Laurens.
Dye Old, Faded
"Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
Stylish and New-So Easy Too.
Don't worry about perfect results.
1eus "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give
a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric,
whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods,-drsse, blouses, stockings, skirts,
children's coats, draperies,-everythingI
A Direction Book is in package.
Io match any material, have dealer
show you "Diamond Dyc" Color Card.
After you eat-always take
f YA lrE)If
Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloated Cassy
FeelIna. Stops indigestion. food souring re.
peating. and all the many miseries caused by
EATONIC is the be'.ga'med, Tons of tou
sands wonderfully boneflied. Poetively guar~.
anteed to please or we wilt refund money.
Ceall ad get a big box today, You wil see.
Laurens Drug Co., Iourens, S. C.
LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suifer! A tiny bottle of Freez
one costs bu1t a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot
tomn of feet, then lIft them off.
When F'reezone remnoveni corns from
the toes or calltuses fromt the bottom of
feet, the skin beneath is left pInk
and healh and never sor~e, tender or
(NR JTonlght -Tomorrow Feel Righ~t
' t is a mistake to continually doro
yourself with so-called laxativo t'uIs,,
an force onwe 1ractionnd Itc ak
the bowel: and liver and makes con
stant doslutg necessary.
Why do:i't yo~ be0gn rIght todwLt to
yorc oyt o on Sptlat ,t
purging ill b unn oe6ss 'oul
Natures e Tablets) ni
take one each n -for a week or so.
NR 'TaU o much moro then
merely cau pleasant easy bowel ac
tion. This medIcine acts upon thmo
digestive as well as elIminative org'enn
poy to get the nouishment froms al
the food you eat, gives you a good,
hearty appetite, strengthens the liveor,
overcomes bIliousness, regulates kidney
and bowel action and gIves the whole
body a. thorough cleaning out. This
accomplIshed you will not hsave to take
medicine every day. An occasIonal NIt.
tablet will keep your bo ly in condi
tion and you can alw a feel your bet.
and prove this, it is the beat bowel
medIcine that you can use and costs
only 26e per box, containing enough to
last tenty-fbvets daso Ntues Rem
and recommended by your diruggist.
L At URENS DUUWA (00., Lauirens, S. C,
There's the bonny Scotsman's bonnet
That he wears with greatest pride,
With a jaunty silver thistle
Pastened gaily at the sido.
There's the little pink sunbonnet
Which the country lassie wears:
And the boudoir's frilled creation
That "My Lady" dons upstairs.
And stored within our attic
In a roaswaod chest of yore,
In the fetching wedding bonnet
That my great-grandmother wore.
There's a wreath of posies on it,
And a tiny spray within
And some cherry-colored ribbons
That were tied beneath her chin.
But the hat most chic and charming
That has ever come my way
Is that one that Dorothea
Wore to church on Easter day.
I can't tell the shape or color,
I could never guess its worth
But beneath it glowed the beauty
Of the sweetest face on earth!
-Detroit Free Press.
HAILED GODDE$? OF SPRING
Heathen Saxons Had Their Festival
When They Worshiped LFostre, Be
fore Dawn of Christianity.
. In ancient times the Sax
ons were worshipers of
the heathen goddess Eos
t re whose festival fell iII
' lhe spring. The fenst of
~ the Reiurrection falling in
the spring also, the fine
was transformed to the Christian fenst
which, In the Snxon church, was re
garded as the queen of festivals. It
was termed the )ay of Light, and
from midnight of Easter eve until diy
light the churches were brilliantiy ii
luminated and decorated. On Easter
morning the people flocked to the
elnnet' servicnd nooioply tn
witness the symboli c resurrection
from the sepulcher. This was repre
sented by the priest's elevating in full
view of the people the supposed body
of the risen .Christ.
In connection with the celebrator
in the churches the people Indulged in
feasting and rejoicing In their own
homes. This was but a natural re
action from the rigorous fast of Lent
imposed by the church, during which
nomn whateve wa4nenndo
nosmed to haver rigiat eithn the nn
cient Greeksa andl RIoman~s, wilo ('01
ored them to use in their pagan fen
tliai. Marvelous stories 1may3 be(
found of hewitehodu eggs, snigu to h)o
able to fly straight toward the sun,
andiu one~ famlious variety wans saild to
have ibeen Ilaid by a rabbit. Tihe stor'y
of tile origin of tihe Easter egg seems~
to be a mixture of tile Christinn and
l'agnn legend(, and is as follows:
"Theire fell from the heavens, long,
long ago, an egg of immense size; it
rested on the Iuphrates, when a dove
diescend~ed and hatched it, andi out of it
arose a splendid beauty of Venus."
Song of Easter.
Sing that the winter is over,
Sing for the coming of
For the showers and flowere
and beautifui hours,
And the flash of the robin's
Sing for the@ glatdness of Easter
Ltift up your voices and sing.
"HOLY WEEK" IN JERUSALEM
Particularly Impressive Are the East
or Services in the Church of
the Holy Sepulcher.
An interesting account
of Holy Week in Jeru
. saletn -was written some
years ago by Robert Hich
ens, author of "The Gar
den of Allah," for the
Century Magazine. He
described the ceremonies In the
Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
"My first impresion, in the churich,"
he says, "was that I had suddenly
come into a barbaric -castle of magic
connected with innumerable caves of
Aladdin. About me were caves lined
with silver and gold and immense
jewels unknown to me; caves across
which miraculous spiders had spun
webs of silver and gold. Stars gleam
ed in them; footsteps echoed, voices
murmured, eery lights twinkled. Mar
velous fabrics shone softly among
great pictures, carved wood, marble,
bironzes and gilded ironwork."
And in the courtyard-"a roar of
voices went up. The pavement ech
oed with the censoless tramping of
feet and the grounding of muskets.
The walls flung back exclamations
and cries; the whining and shrieking
of beggars, the loud calling of sellers
determined to compel attention to
their wares, the volienhent d iscussions
of those that bought, and-I had al
most said the silence of the Russian
. CQ . ....
Altar in Church of the Holy Sepulcher
pilgrims. For mystic Rhssia was
-there, mute at the threshold of Cal
He describes the "Miracle of the
Holy Fire"-the church packed with
thousands eager to light their candles
at the fire sent down from heaven
once a year, according to the tehch
Ings of the Greek church, to the
priests within the marble sanctuary,
.which is supposed to mark the
"And then, after the wonderful mid
.night mass on the eve of Eneter . . .
came the Easter morning ceremony in
the court of the Holy Sepulcher. Ah,
how gentle, how tender, how touchIng
it was, that simple greeting of the
wonderful morning after the delirfum
and frenzy of the holy fire. All hearts
were excited to frenzy by the holy
fire. The Easter morning proces
sion moved hundreds to tears, held
them tensely silent. Instead of the
bilue dome spanugleud with artificial
stars, a faint blue sky was over our
heads. Instead of the glare of the
torches the sunbeams fell mildly upon
usi. Instead of the yelling multitudes
,we heard the sound of the wonderful
hells--hells never to be forgotten.
Thley sounded like strange, emiotlona'l
voiees of living things, proclaiming a
great, a superb truth. D~own below
rume I saw tears stremning over the
s ennmed faces of many Rtussians as
they signed themselves, kissed one an
other, toldl one inother, 'Christ iq
It is a bmeauti Ifui conacept ion, the (lay
andi I signifiemnee. O ur finite minds
are neccusiomned to conceive of dleath as
.the end;l we are o)ftenl pronie to stop
there and not go beyond time re'sur
rection. The physical world is emi
bienmatic of the change t hat Immust ever
Itake plmmce before thle springing up of
new life. So with the life of' the spir
ait. lie that loseth hiIis life shmal hifhi1
it. Sonmethinig of this thIoughmt is in thle
mind1( of hhnmi who is to find the real
meaning of Ensler. It is the beginning
of a new year, not in the formmal (cul
(endar of darys and( montdhis, but of the
world of nature which is oiften alil thme
wo(rld of reality to us. The season
speaks of abundance of life with
all its wonderful hopes and~ possliii
ties. To the C~hrimstianm world E'arter
is the apotheosis of everything that
is bieautiful and awe-inspiring. It
means the emergence of the spiritual,
the message to humanity that thme good
and true and beautiful can never die.
It is the inspiration of the pnet, the
essence of hope to the man of faith.
Oldest Christian Festival.
Easter is the oldest festival of the
Christian church. Thme celebration of
it is really continued from Sunday to
Sunday, and will be till at last the
dawn of the Eternal Sabbath breaks,
aindn the everlasting Easter morning
shall rise 'on a new heaven and a new
earth. The Ilesumrrection was an an
nmouncement of the great(est vletory
which hats ever been won, a victory
over' hondage uanud over death. Mamny
victor'c's 'ave beeni elebratedl since.
but none cnn compare with this;
thonuh nmnny unen heen the eut of it.
SAYS WOMEN ('AN VOTE
IF SUFFRAGOE RATIFIED
ColumnibIa, iarch 26.-S. M. Wolfe,
attorney general, gave an opinion to
Mrs. Pulalle Salley of Alken, presi
dent of the E'qual Suffrage League of
South Carolina, In which he contendi
that women can not be detiled the
right to register and cast their bal
lots In the general election this fall
because of inability to present poll
tax recelpts, which Is a requisite for
the male voter. These taxes have
not been levied on the women and
for this reason the poll tax recelpt
can not be Invoked to debar the wo
men from the right to cast their ballot.
Mr. 'Wolfe also emphasized that slight
modification to the primary rules at
the state Democratic convention In
Columbia in May will enable the wo
flemn to vote iI the Deiocrattic pri
maries this summer. A vote either
this summer or this fall is iredieted
oil tile supposition that another state
vill have ratifIed the equal suffrage
amendment, thus en'ranchlsig the
women of the nation.
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your systerma
in order by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for kidnoy,
enomles of life and looks. In use sinco
1695 All druggists, three sizes.
Look for the name Cold Modal on every bor
and accept no Lmitation
DOUBLE SEA, PISTON RIlN(S FOt AUTOMOBlEiS ARIE
We guarantee Double Se-ll Rings to give entire satisfaction
#when a FUlIJL SET is 'properly installed. If, within 60 days after
purchase, the uiser should be:tone disisatisfied with the rings. we
will refund the money we received for them 1pon receipt of the
rings. and the original invoice siiowilg purchase. The rings should
be returned through the channels received. Ask for "Keep Up
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 WEST GERVAIS STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
For Sale I does not
- lhavN tbat b*iter
0wiigs & Owlings vp I taste found ii so
b ~ ? ~ iiiiiclicoffee. Youi
Should leo. Its
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31. I. Setzler
Pound for pound the steels in a
M A X W E L L
equal those i.n any car
HT'i-i E tendency in cars today is to reduce weight , to
cut out unnecessary pounds, to take those extra hirdcns
off the power of an engine.
In a Maxwell there is hardly supcrfluous ouind.
Like a great cross country rui n ner, it carries n( h an i
cap in. weight.
It is made of line steels, andl these steels have that
magic combination that metallurgists strive for- ---light
weight and extra strength.
These steels are made to order for Maxwell. They are
treated in great furnaces, and they are strong heyond belief. 1
PIound for pou nd, they equa I thesteel in any car built.
But they more than repay for thir highL cost.
They wear. 'They stanl terriheabuse. They defy time.
But their greatest task is to lighten the burden of the
Maxwell engine, cnable it to perform brilliantly, and
make gasoline deliver extended mileage.
TIhus you will understand that rise of Maxwell the
world over, that ever growing friendship, that ever in
Today nearly 400,000 in use. In 1920, 100,000 more.
Still this will fill but 60% of the world's require
ments for this remarkable car.
Carolina Auto Company
J. Y. MILAM, Manager