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American Cigarettes Popular.
For a 'time most cigarettes were
made from the Turkish leaf. Then it
was disce,!.red that the "bright" Vir
ginia tobacco, now grown in Virginia,
the Carolinan and eastern Tennessee,
made an agreeable cigarette. Eventual.
ly cigarette-making machinery was l'.
vented, and today Americaq cigarettei
are smoked all over the world.
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 the first dozen used,
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
worn-out stomach,;. converting food
into rich blood and sounid flesh.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele.
brated Shivar Mlineral Spring. Shel.
!-l. S. C. If your regular dealer
cannot Iupply you telephone
DIXII-I FI.UIlR & GRAIN CO.
!)S10ributors for LaurensCII.
The next time
you buy calomel
The pi- :d and refined
calomel tabkcs that are
nausacs:, a and sure.
rViedicinal virtues retin..~
ed and imp:cr.c. Sold
onl1y in sealcd pi.ckages.
Mrs. F. M.' Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes: I[J
S "From'the .ue 1 en-IF6
tered tio v onmhood I
. looked w ith drea~d 1
iifronm cne tonth to the
Snext. I suffered with: my
back and' bearintg-down
a n mse'ry, I would think j
wiI could tnot endutre the ~
pain any long~er, and1 I
* gauly got wors'e...
'r Nothing seemted to help
muntil, ufne day, . .
SI decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but cani r
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. . . g
"It has now been two i
years since I took Cardul,
and I am still In good
health. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girl||
to use Cardul who is a
*sufferer from any female
If yousuffer paln caused
from wotmaniy trottbie, or
11f you feel the need of a
good ifarengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dul. It helped hier. We
believe It will help you.
Field And Garden Bugs
Notes from the Entomologist
On Insect Posts.
Clemson College, April 19.-The
boll weevil has spread over the great
er portion of South Carolina. In sev
oral of the coastal counties it is enter
ing its third year of infestation. In
case of a wet season severe damage
may be expected in Beaufort, Jasper,
Hampton, Allendale, Barnwell, Colle
ton and Charleston counties. Con.
siderable damage may also occur in
the other coastal sections.
The fundamental procedure in boll
weevil control is intelligent diversifl
cation resulting in greatly improved
woll fertility. soil conditions. An
early crop of cotton is very necessary
in weevil years. Minor operations
are profitable under favorable condi
tions, such as handpicking of fallen
squures and collecting of punctured
squares and bolls. These may be
advantageously practiced where la
bor is cheap and available, for ex
ample, on plantations operated by
families with a number of children
that can be employed.
The latest development in weevil
control is poisoning. but this method
is yet in the experimental stages. The
work so far done has been on Mis
sissippi Delta plantations ani the re
sulte secured are most promising.
While it is not expected that this
method will ever eradicate the pest.
yet viewing the results so far secured
together with the history of weevil
poloning, the prospects are very
promising that this method is to de
velop into an important factor in boll
weevil control. A great many details
must yet be worked out experimen
tally. There will yet be continued
improvements in the duzting ma
ohines and in the manufacture of
calcium arsenate, which appears to
be one of the most difficult insecti
cides to manufacture. Furthermore.
the various details that present them
selves on the ditforent plantations
outsido of the 'Mississippi Delta will
be worked out so that a definite and
logical svsten of poisoning can be
recommended. Under any conditions,
poisoning in this state in 1921) shold
only h-- undertaken where weevil
dnmage is expeted to be severe; it
should he undertakon on a small
ReaeI Only, and when onco b.Egn it
should be rpOJapt ed as offen as nrces.
sary in a thorough manner or the
reutltare likly to he n~a tisfactory.
Exp.orfimental worl: will ho conducted
in t%- constal co nties of thi' state
.hcrr the weovil is ex:pectod to he
mo-,t 111htriouts. A ntmnher of plant.
nr3 vill no diubt oonluwt poh ning
operations with machine and mate
rlials proh-atrlv avaiil'h'. No one
sholid uondrt-ke (rhting without re.
eeivinC full and authenti' inform.
tionfl :rborut d7I'ting machines and the
adoltirm of proper safe; ars in par
ch:asin, and applving cnleium arse.
nte. Fuill informnftion mfay1O be oh.
taiinol by writing to th.' 1'. S. Delta
L hr'. t.r:-. Tallla. Ta.. or t-ho Ex.
tr-niion C,' .rv ire. ("Im-on Coli-T,
TH'z PH"'K DOLL WORM.
Ta trcst In '7 d'tr(nd into T.:enrs
aera yr ao wr'>'re !! was held
at h-r. by. th- er' hti:.rl offori Gic the
"(~lra :'trrt'rtr': l'. ud" arml' ta
T xu - 'oriti1:: ha astume a
re . t'.: r' m-~ (h'nr'yfl r dIl'nn
c-ith cb ' iia h but i' r hnm.n
t imr' m':rat Irr-cn:tiou as ;'o ar .<e ry
to pra v-rnt the spren d of t he pea~t to
other :rcetilons of the cotton states.
Drantir (tiar:mltinc mioamrs have
bee adop791 ted0) or are conliItmplacte'b
ho varmious cotton stateis, and this
are to be in fore at leacst until the
lim'.:tii of dist ribhution of t he pest are
again 'd(termcined. This Is one of thn
wrst insect pert s of cot tan. and
wheroever it appoirs in boll weevil in.
festedl territory, thne damage may be
expectedl to increase not loss~ than 25
The principal sprays used against
gardlen insects na arsen ate of lead
or arsonato of limo (also knowvn as
cal-ar'sonate or calcium arsenate) for
eating insects, and nicotine concen.
trates for stucking insects. Agrjust
potato booties. cablbago worms and
other eating insects on hardy plants
Paris Green can he used if properly
made, but it should not be used on
tendler plants. Calcium arsenate is
cheaper than arsenato of lead and
can be used on most garden plants if
it is insisted that it conjaIns not over
.75 per cent solubla arsenic.
Nicotine Is purchasedl as nicotine
s11lphate and is in very concentrated
form. It is made up at the rate of a
teaspoonful to an ordinary pail of
water, or- a coffee cupful to a 'dfty.
gallon barrel of water. A little soap
suds added1 is helpful. Soap dissolved
in warn: tr at the rate of one
pound to ave gallons is a good spray
for the common plant lice, but NO
SOAP S3HOULID BE UB1W THAT
CONTAINS TAR OR NAPTH'A. De
tailed 6freetionn may be otained
from the Entomology Diviiona, Clem-,
San Collaee 5. 0
lresident of Guatentala Agrees to Sur
render on tuarantee for Ills Safety.
Guatemala City, April 15.-President
'N0stra Babrera capitulated to the revo
lutionary forces of Carlos Herrera last
night after the latter had envoleped
his stronghold of La Palma. The pres
ident agreed to surrender himself to
day, the revolutionists guaranteeing
his personal safety and also retention
of all the property legally obtained by
The capitulation of Cabrera follow
ed intermittent flighting which began
on April 1) when Cabrera. well equip
ped and with numerous supporters,
was holding the forts of San Jose and
Matamores, with an intrenched -posi
tion at La Palma south by east of the
capital. The revolutionists, lacking
arms, seized small quantities in varl
ous parts of Guatemala City. The
greater part of the country rallied to
the support of lerrera and arms and
men arrived every day In the capital.
All attempts by the Cabrera forces
to invade (uatemala City were beaten
off, lively street fightiig occrring in
the southern and eastern suburbs of
the city. The Ilerrera forces smr
poun1(ded Fort San .lose and compelled
its capituilatioln on Api ?1 , the rev
olitionists drI iving a wedge betweII
Maatamores and La Palna, antd grad
ual!y surrouiding the latter place.
T1,ho loss of life ailnog the comuhat
ants n the fightling was not heavy.
conlerilig the ainioiit of imni
tion used. but there were ruany (ai
uaie amng the ci1viilin urn tho
bombardiment of the apital by the
abrl'ra foret and ii tile street fight
1!4I ('ross siations w e ilstallei in
the Amrienican club1 and in other huild
in110: andI an (1tivielit hIo'sital service
w~a: mant.indl. American salors are
aringz the n.\ rican lega tion :n)
the conilsulat in the capital. A Nii :
on rn int v il', ann ;n tod a : I
with 'a l ieo' I0 vrrer a 1ts pe1 I. n
. of t~w neow nlinlisters are*0 promli.
nt 1 n wii to :a:i said to nii oy o th
colfid nors of the contil ry. V I erfect n
lit iatr-iomd throughout Guateniala..
do il.11- loi\l .(It yll.i.: T
Mo1vtore leilie Was b11lin. P11(1 'lib
.py id.1. 21 yleau, (01. o, 1h!., C:1Y.
wa ina n !: ilil whIn !hv u ~ i
cy<!' he wva.; ridling rollidetd 11'aId
withl an:1 ton il driv nI b1y 1).
B!-mvwn of .\sin'ville, N. ('.. jus:t onl- I
(if till, city* today.
;I En . ,l I h:t' n- :d: o. hil --r "imt o n-e
1 h- 14 held n ernan able, fol. h a <i
Ihni ! t\ c rn2t.l\.'atr in t:
d.i ll. (;olberg an un i h.: ; :
of A h vl
LANCATIWE Ti20'10 QI!NI'm TaPteu remoe 2
ul . Thi-re ii c:.!I C~h ".3r.mo (Quiij
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lay if ~t'i I I 120 A dt iii in:' sa: r i
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Wh(t le I , pet(I ion s all - !. a - il t
'ith: fao ri the mtilld (11 l-to a anI
frx hallders ae:dn inllo eoanng heo
rliosea tasinf the an Itliletin itpont
althaxi shalnlo votn an cobtinnl
Sie oi tax'NO''n v te opty i'n taid
lschiopendintil th e usoeit o o'chool
In the-8 bftroo wen thley shah the
clon':: bad the 'balotntit nelecio
'rhd trstieest shal repdot the 'eiith
ofy thf elecion t the cubniy sudioor
mna count. thee trueteen of duaid
istion chi eni(ays thereaftr.di h
wOrdt "V',y wrter of Countyd ter
Daring Robbers Get Pay It41.
Now York, April 17.-New York to
day had Its second pay roll robbery
in two days. Three masked men took
$S,000 from corgo Konechier, 57,
treasurer of the 1o) Clothing com
pany, in Brooklyn, as he entered the
firm's building on returning from a
bank. Konechier was removed to e
hospital with a skull fracture and
three broken lingers suffered in the
fight with the bandits. Yesterday rob
bers obtained $10,000 when they held
up the cashier of a firm situated next
door to a police station.
E1'ngraved Cards and Invitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
ernanently disappear after drinking the
'oclbrated( Shivar lineral Water. Ploitively
ptaranteed by money-back oiler. Tastes
ine; costs a trifle. Dclivered -vwh-rn by
)ur Laurens Agents, J. C. Si:cl & Cu.
TO-DAY- NOW - ENJOY
"LORI A FRUIT
THE FLAVOR 15 DIFFERENT
('EQ, U ITE' IS THE WORD)
Fine Steels form the Sinews of a
Everything that is built to en- They are fomnd in a Maxwell
(lure must have fine sinews. in axles, shaftings, gears; frame,
a . ~i~- crankshaft, connecting rods,
A greatl shipa giant locoio
tive, a huge bridge,a giganti etc
They/ equal1,poutd for pound,
building. e oud n rt
Search for the siniews in i a r 1((('
Maxwell and yout discover niew
steels, fine steels, special Steels, Csl ste rte ea
steels manufactured to Maxwell's tic price many times over in.
Steels, for instance, that make 'hcy save. They pay (ivi
possible that rare combination (lnds of satisfaction.
of extreme lightness and brute They make friends. They are
strength. responsible for that rapid rise
For a Maxwell is made to of Maxwell the world over.
be light in weight. Its mission Nearly 100,000 now in use
is economic transportation. 100,000 more in process of
Any superfluous pound to construction; and fully 40 per
carry around means so much ced on ah Mawel as te
mnore cost of operation.cieupnaMxllsthr
morecostof oeraton.first-choice car will not be ale
But the great problem was to to get one this year-so over
get steels of rare quality and whelming is the demand for
great strength. this remarkable car.
Carolina Auto Company
J. Y. MILAM, Manager