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Out of I F1X?
'Phone your grocer cr
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this del' cisInt,-a g
with meals v., d!ce-l.tful relief, or
no charge for tl- first dozen used.
PURE OIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITIl
SHIVAR MIIIERAL WATCt AN;D GINLR
Nothing like it for renovating old
tired s'o:macht, converting food
i:to rich blood and Found flesh.
Shivar Ale retails at 15c per 6ot
tie, or SI.75 per dozen. If your reg.
:lar dealer cannot yupilY you, tele.
If your regular dealer cannot sup
ply youI, telephone 4
DIXIE FLOUR & (1tAIN Co.
Distrlbutors for Laurens.
,thout ue tion if Hfutit 'es n e IE,
rnilt its the' tren,'rr.ent of Eczema
Tetier. Rinrworm Itch, etc
Dor't become di ceourscd be
Lauqr otht'r treatmnts failed.
Hunt 'a Sulve usoa relieved hun
dreds of such cares. You can't
lore on our Money Back
Aa Try it nt our riek
TODAY Price 75c st
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATIORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise NationallBank Building
All Legal Business Given
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Com
p-re.oorz, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes, Store Fixtures.
THE IAMIILTi'ON SALES CO.
Columtba, S. c.
C. C. Featherstont W. B. Knight
FEATHEIISTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
The Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens,, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Buildinig
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wim Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt AttentIon Given All Business
*Money to Loan on Real Estate
Ofllce in Simmons Building
You Do More Work,
You nre more ambitious and you get more
enjoyment out of everything when your
blood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very depressing effect on
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
nervousness and sickness.
'3ROVIH'S TASTfHLJSS Chill TONIC
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
G RovI's TASTBLE~SS Chill TIONIC
isntapatent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININS suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant even children like it. The
blood needsQuinine to Purifyit and IRON
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
erti~es never fall to drive out impurities in
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks.
would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic.. The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug
Store. she per bhtle,
- Donaer CA.
THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES.
"Ah," said one of the young Balt
more orioles, "it won't be long now
before it is 'spring and In the spring
everything so fine happens.
"We choose our mates and our
mates take us after a long while."
"Yes, I heard my father was ever
so long waiting for 'my mother. They
said that sometimes he'd ask her a
hundred times a (lay to marry him."
"That was what they said of mny
father," said the first young Wnl.
more oriole whose naime was Jackie
Oriole, while the second speaker was
named Brucle Oriole.
"It is what they said of my father,
too," said another oriole, "and that
lylY mother kept my father waiting the
"JTus( what happened in our faly,"
isaid yet another.
"A nd in ours," Sill still inothr.
"It's tile way of the lIal timore orl
oles," maid Jackie. "But I'll keep af
ter the (tt1 I eare for uitil I win her,"
he si d, cocking hIs head on one side.
"So will I," said lirucie. "I don't
wantH tol takeh the wronig one0. No, ini
deed, I'd rather wait for tile right
0n. I would.,"
"But dear fie," said Jiekce, "htow
the little deir will keep us waiting."
"It won't 1e long now before we be
gin our courtship," said Biucie.
"And we'll go North again," said
"hen did your parents leave for
the South?" asked Bmeie.
"The third week in September," said
"Mine left the fourth week," said
lirucie. "Wo leave about the same
time, don't we? Our great family Is
much alilke-every Baltimore oriole Is
"It's very sensible," said Jackie.
"It's nice to think of being further
North when they have their beautiful
suniner. In fact, we go alead of the
summer. We go North, so I've heard,
for last year I wasn't around in the
early spring, when things ire begin
ning to collie out.
"That's very sensible. We see the
lovely spring and the summer, and we
leave when everything is starting to
go. tile leaves, the summer birds, and
the midsmimier flowers."
"My father is Ro bandsoinle" Said
Bruele, "that it is no wonlier lay moth
er loved hlim."
"Ah, you're linidsome, too," said
Jackle, "and your turn will come
"Ah," said Brucie, "I don't want to
be so handsome as I do wiit to he
"Birds Like Crumbs."
loved and11 ton have a happy timne. Oil,
.happiness, thlat's thle lnest thing in
the whole world !"
"It is," agreed Jackie, "and1( it is just
whlat miy famnily have brought me up
"Muate w'ith me,1(1" sa1( id'ueie.
"My mothe11r was such a'good home
mlaker,"' said JIackie.
"Ah, yes," saidl llruele, "01ur home
life wals very lovely. Thallt's tihe way
it sholdil ihe. Whalt 's thel use in hlav
inlg ai home11 life if it isn't -ha~ppy iand
wvith each1l' tryinlg to matuke it 5o ni1ce for
"TIhalt's thle nice Part of a 1home1 and
a hlomie life thalt it ennf be1 made(1 so
Jolly and1 nice.
"Wh'ly, where'( miy famlily l ivedi iast
Summll~er' ther'e wasll the nli'cst family.
The'y hi ved( in their gar ideni and on
the(ir'l~ back iorchl 5o much11 of thle tIime
and~ withlout anly v'isitors a roundli I'd
he(ar themll lauughling andl jokinlg and1(
doing thinrgs for ('eh othier and1( hav'
ing such1 a1 fine timle. And whlen birth
dalys caml~eJ Well, such celebr'aIons
as thley uised to have.
"Andl they never for'got that birds
liked erulmbs of birthdally cake, too !"
"WVell," the Master Orioles all said,
"we must he mov'ing North soon. It's
almlost springtime again."
"Ami In the mleanltime," said anoth
er, "let us not waste too much01 timel
in talking, buit let us cat lots of grubs
and worms before we go, for that
helps along nice pegle."
So tile happy, cheerful, gay Haiti
more oriole family worked harlld eat
ing and destroying had insects anrd
bugs and chllrping all tile t ine, say.
ing, "We like people and we try to
help them I Let's all eat yet another
"And," add(edl Brueie. "it's a very
pleasant thitig to do, too I"
No Longer CurIous.
The older a mani grows the ie'.s ne
is disp'rzed to see 1how nearl he car,
skate to a danger afgn.--Boston Tra-~~
IS DRIVEN BACK
Effeotive and Cheap Method of
Stopping Injury by Pest
Has Been Found.
CROP TREATED BY SPRAYING
Net Saving on Demonstration Fields
of 4,263 Acres Totaled $41,311 at
Cost of $1.50 Per Acre-Power
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
The alfalfa weevil in soie sections
not only enuses financial loss but even
threatens actual rulu. IHeretofore the
control methods were only partially
successful. Flooding the alfalfa fields,
cultivating them when dry, and drag
ging themn with a brush harrow Seemed
to check this pest only in a inensure.
Also", tie groitih of i second cutting
was so delaryed fand often so short that
the crop n. i, whole was imich reduced.
Stop Destructiveness of Pest.
Work by the Salt Lake City ofie of
the bureau of entomology showed that
best results came from spraying the al
falfa fields with a solution of arsenate
of lead wheni the larvae of the weevil
were doing the greatest amount of
damatge on the first cro). Demonstra
tions were held in various sections of
the Great Salt Lake valley in co
operation with the county agriciltural
agents. 1)uring 10119 this work was ex
tended and the demonstrations carried
forward by the county agents Indlcate
that an effective and ebenp method of
stopping the destructiveness of thik
pest has beeni founld.
Save by Spraying.
During the past year 4,',!63 acres of
alfalfa were t reated by spraying, and
it is estimated that the net saving on
these demonstration fields totals. $41.
371. By this method the first crop (of
hay is save-d. The cost is only about
$1.50 an nere. as but two pounds of
nirsenaitIe of eal are mixed with 100
gallons of water annl applied at this
rate to alrt ntere Of alfalfa. Power
pitips whlich force the spray through
extenision nozzles innkIce it possible to
aplily a fine. driving spray over a wide
Wtrit qicikly nind effiectively.
Tl liiuonstration provel a consid
erable increise inl the production of
hay to ithle aere. 1Tis somaiet imes
Drawings Showing Complete Life His
tory of Alfalfa Weevil and the Man.
ner in Which it Attacks the Plants.
amoi~uted to fromt 1,500) to 2,000) iUoundsl.
Tin Sevier Countiy, I' Iahi, dlemionsIPttions
condu tedl on 1.700) acres shiowedl an
average Increase of SA00 potunds5 an ner'e.
At thle prevailling price of aifal fn hitys
$20 a Itoni, the resuin g savinug shiould
total $13I,l00 in that county alone.
County agents tool farmers In other
counities int U'tah also repolrt that wvhen
normalo en(t1a1litio ns prevaill last year
the spritying Eof alfalfa lprovedl to be
cheap, prine.t eal 1and1 EffIctivye.
FARMER IS MORE EFFICIENT
Average Corn Yild in Last Half Cen
tury is 14%/ Bushels Per Farm
Corn lprodultc on averngedl littbe
more than11 two hushels perI farmter's
workdacy oIf teti hou~rs in the mtiddiie of
the4 last cenitturyv, whien he hutske'd iand~
shelled by hand1( a1114 turned'I thle erattk
Of li'u foddr cut ter. Th'le average rose
to 14%13 bushels halif a (''ln(tur-y late r
whien lie usedE at gantg p1low. <lisk har
rowv, corn 14hmte Ir, sel f-bhituler foir (it
ting, huisker an md fodder enutter, anud a
shellintg mon hine, says the UniteId
States dleparitmenott of attriculture. lRe
Sidles, there hias been implrolvemtent In
atgric-ul turE. If Ithe (cornt was husked
from sltandinag sta:l ks am11 iiese left in
the fid, atnd the corn was not shelled,
the galn in pr-odue(-lbtn per daiy of
fitrmer'a lahor was frotm 10 huisthl in
the eiarlier titme to 20% bushiels In the
PROPER FEED AT FARROWING
ThIck Slop of Ground Oats and Little
Oilmieal is Preferred by Many
the tmaini partt of t heir feed mlost of
t he I tie. <144 nt feed (corn1 Just beforte
(It Jiust a fter fitrrowi ng. "Thte inst
tw luon1011 ts blefore' fiirirowin g I dlon't
fI"'d any:4 cornl, 1but give ia lthick slo4 p
oif grountd onls anld a littIle olitt('al,"'
saivs oneI 'n11n. "I ('ut dIownt the feed
j1t1 r ' ''.re fai rrowing itand do not fc.fd
UY satisfaction when you bu~y tires.
Fisk Tires mecet any cornparison,
any co ptidn Then there is the
."To be th!o he-et: .onlcern in the work!
to work fo' ar... the squarest concern,
. n c:dams t.. do nueiness with. "
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CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS FOR SALE BY
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