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By H. LOUIS RAYBOLD
(@. 1920. by MicClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
"A bit of alvice to you, George, old
man!" cried 13111 Elwards, waving tis
niapkin to attract attention, "and it's
8111 inntedl up1) in these wor(ls: 'Catch 'em
y91n1g' (which you (lid); 'treat 'ems
V'ough, aid tell 'em nothing!'"
0."riltr hear!' cried ihe crowd gath
ered In the (ining room of the West
tock Lawn club to bi(d (ieorge Evans
goodhy us a bachelor andl godspeed ais
Bayley Robinson witched the pro
ceedings with nitised eyes. Ills turn
at thi!s sort of thing woutid arrive prem
ently, for lis wedlding day and .Janey's
v.as' set a lrief six Itoolt hI awyay. Conl
.4Ulenly he wasn't averse to gather
hug anly randoii scraps of advice and
stowing th-i lvay for filture use.
Thliis little (:tteh-hras' gdogerel he
had just hearid IIor insthane. Spoken
in jest, wolld it hear serious (nlsir -
"('atch 'ent you g." Janoy was jus[
past tweity. youing enlough corinilily
folr i-h 4 se-, ( iy wh h vmImun a IIk i t inIt
uged I to real in a olllZ( ouits and a
"Trent 'C~ roI"-wll ady
isider'in h!N i1 ix-*foot-oie and
Jlin-y's scarce ve -fo-i
"Tull 'em nthn. Thrnow,
luiglt ht , pirt. Fr. .iney w s hle
iluoIst i inluiitiv 1 I lel I soul 1n1 Ih fa e
ot the varth. "\ii're (idt yol vat
litnch Iod ly.\ ley\?" "\\hat 111n14o you
:'enl tuinute, Int(. dtlear?" "\\'h1t are
yoi think ing abouut--husness or ine?"
'that vas .finnly Midilet on.
And tile pInestion 1was. woubl it wear
l T with I e(arrilil lie," be'ing o rly aI
sent1iI ~imental int~rest4 Inl hinm an1d Isk do
Ings, altoethe condbb or wvoui
lie, heret: fter, h ('cImttable to that
silp of fetiniinit y lfor every thouaght of
his braiti, every Imomnent of his titne?
Hayley dlelded then an1d there to slart
right vith Janey. So many marriatges
w(ere wrecke( nowadiys hefautse of a
failure to take .1 1irtn stand14 at the he
gilm1tng, he tl i hinlIsel f. The thilng to
(ido was not so to iuiemege ((liw'S own in
dividuainlity with that of the loved ono
,n C J
as to lose i entirely, Iit hl
'oAn hoet-lyoewhlt e
lsten in Chanmed Jisnedy. n
IhrebO1(5 muit ani solemnt~ iproiie into
tsi ini ly, "t hii'i y 4lnI whole, towaret
As it. w'as--well, It beano with a tele
grttii. lttyley wats the ('aistetrn repre
r'erni deatl ing exeluisi veiy ini wnein's
hiigh g'radel tal irtindes, to spa'ik In
termos of te "t radle."'1 Tie Iilegramii tan
nlouncedl the latended 'a visit of a buyer
fronm one of the motlst e.x('ive~i'~ shops
in New Eunglandt's hiargest cityv, a vbd
whieh wolubil prohhlay ('uhninnlute ini an
IRayley kniew this Ibuyer-haitd knuown
hiei for years-kniow her fori : i a enublie,
intelligent wiomai iaut teni yeiars his
setitor, with a inind sinagle to itiness.
Now~ had it not1 bIeen fotr Hiil la iward(s'
silly doggerel, Bayley wohil have ex
plainied till this to .laiuiwy, nial all w~ould
presumab lly hav e beent well i. Bunt it un
hamipp;ily occuirrettl to) Inyh-y3 that hierei
wats an excelent oppolrtuity3 for be'
glnning thant policy of teilinig Jauney
nothing. Jatney wvouhl never' knowV and1(
would lbe spatredl aniy slight f'eeliig of
jealousy at lier' '.ayiey orde~rintg "'grill
ed lobster for two" wvhen somnebody
else than she was the other oIne of the
So, in the dtue course of events, Miss
Dobsonand Bayley had their luncheon.
Haiyley's fIrm received a $4,000 order,
out of whieh Blayley pulled a nice little
commissIon, and that evening Bayley
presented himiself, as he always did bfn
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sun
day nigltti at the Middloton apart
White waiting some few minutes f,07
Janoy Baylef's thoughits dwelt corn.
would go to swell that particular fund
labeled "wedding trip expensle," and
oil Ills wisdoin it 8paring Jiney the tde
tails of his business.
Then In entte Jituey, softly, allur
ingly gowned iIn old rose taffeta with
quaint draperles which emiphtsized her
slenderness. If her wlstful gray eyes
were a bit teary rather than laughing
Bayley ildn't observe It, being much
111Or1e ConiCeIIed over the dexterity with
whil she evaded his enger arms 1and
ctistornary kiss tnd slipped over to a
primt, straight-icked chair Insteati of
siuklig down into the blitue velour
depths of the other corner of the day
enport (:I which he Iin.self had been
"I Sn1y, Janey dear!" lhe slild. (Is
turbod, "nothing's vonl"""
"Ol, no !" ret lutnied .anicy, wit i a
pro)ininess attid sweetess of emipltn
sis whleh would hlave warneIId n muore
experienced u11an1. Then, "Whe~re were
y-ou nrollild wo O'Wlock, HaIyley '?" she
"Ale? OhI, I was ouit."
"No-o- that Is. you see, tn etit-of
tow-a huyer hion111ed Iin. Aal youl
know how It is. I've ex11h1iind, d11,"
that 'wlei people Comio on, its often
up1 to 1ine to puit theml t it a piensnut
stitt' of mial, and eating Is :alway:. it
(elab le way of spiettling the tMle, Iand,
" alit lyer was il?"
J.aniiy's's arIlless qhust1onls coninll't
Iavo blen iliore il.volvi:ig if she 1:a(
dl ii'rntely jihiliu-d them ifor hi1: iln
"liohon," e sad, eprntely, "lieb
Soln, l s .
"M -it-m,"'' said .Inney. "'is or
It was" no Use . " Iowv theldle.
"1 4)h, Ilhyley !" waihl-d Janey. "Why
dini't yo tll 'me? It' not lie thing
itself but till 'cc th ent tl:t I i i t14!
YIu see, fatlier said I coubl ha1ive itlt
Ct dow:i;owin th1is afterniiion, 1ia4l 1
w'waiel n I w s sure.c yoi ll 14 rI
t1 utulo frinlll lilnch. Tlei I telet.ello'd
to See if I could bring you ioie at
fivi. The si tienogriaJiler s 1 you lad
gon' out at one, saying you wouldn't
he hak utnt il three.
"So I brought dhal home Inst end, and
hv sid he ha116 seen you hurrying along
as.if to keep ant appointnme:nt. And
wh'lien I reieleI ionte Bill Idwarth'
sister was here and said she sat three
tables behin d you at DatitinLs anhi
wondered If the sporty looking girl
yol were with, with in caracul coat and
a large b~outrlde 'f 4ouibIe violets, vd
I olOL 11 was
your sisr. Adl if I could only have
eX(lained! It ptt mec in such a f 1ls86
positiona anti--what's the Inatter?"
For Bayley was regarding her, not
witi guIit or cunrittrlion, but with open
"'Tell 'nIII tiothing!' " he murmured.
"Gool Lord, yot don't have to! They
find out without 1ing told!"
Then, sonie Inward recollection of
the foolish doggerel which hnd been
his undoing, recnlled Ohe words, "Treat
'et rough." Rising. It strode over to
the girl fut lely <bibblig her eyes with
her handkerchief, and took her inI hIs
"Janey, my dairling. I won't even
apologize. It isn't worth It, but I do0
pr'omilse iereafter to tell you every sin
gle thing e'very siigie IiIn(. Now lift up
your lips and kiss tile!"
And Janey ineekly dIld.
AMIR MADE HIS OWN RULES
Probably Other Golf Players 'Have
Wished They Might Exercise .k
J~nhihttilahi Kahni niir of A fghat~n
dini'g lthe year .1it). itndl for three'
3'yiars, p'la yel the galau'e itios ta ily
Tie htad links l'ullt .nt btoth Kabl utiat
in the nef'ighborodt of sleinei stoirl
sheds thtat had ire'entiIil beent ireetedi
fo(r stoarig elicrit i'ctohiniiery thait
was n rrlivingI. f [l seat someti ciim
lantie's of silie'tr n had till t ho
mnuehilnery r''eoved anRI the g'oowns
torni dlown'i Ithat snnc iday. I To til
mti once' t ha t wh~ereins the year be'fo're
lie ontly' pliayed tour holes ait golf In
a dla y, lhe now phrym'd a s nmny1(3 as sIx\.
ie often dlrove oftf na thien riidet to
the hall In hIs rickshaw.
Once. A. ('. JTewettr writes in AsIa,
wh-en lhe wais platylog ngninst his clii.
est son, P rinace innynltua h, hiIs umat
Jesty's hall1 lodged behtIn d a binch of
cnmel gratss. ie aiske'd the S'corc'h
enlginteer, whoi was acting as~ inst riuet.
0o' Itnd coneht whia t thti itufes we~re', anda
wthethle'r theii hll 'oiiIbil be movied out
from beh inil te gr::s. Whlein tohil
tat the' t'ules pr'ohiitedl thi.s, hie :isked'
if I therle's einui nut th' clhiinged;
iand toil that thiis iughit lhe dee atirl:
"We will miake it a rub- thaItuwhen
a hall1 falls beinda a bunmch oif eniiiil
griass it cnn lbe miove'd out.'' A little
itter thet ptRitit's halt Iloded behlinid
n buntch of camel gra'iss, amt l th' atiir,
Riotinag it, sahl: "W\e vuill chiage the
ruling; the' hall canit he mioivd."
Thei re Is lIttle of' the tiue sotin~ig
client, anytinig to wtin, andl air.- very
pllor lioslrs. Theii itiiIr genll'aI y wvon.
I ido Riot hiel lve nny it e (bill <hir' a ed to
Platons Act Also as Valves.
An inter'natl comblust ion enuglne,
wvhich oultwvardly dIffers lIttle from thte
familIar automuobile type, but whtleh is
peculiar for its lack of either p~opplet
or sleeve valves, hats been developed,
says the May Popular Miechaniles Mug.
ntzine it an illustrated ar'ticle. J'Te
plstons ai'e madlie very lon1g, with the
combu~lstIin chamber recessted it the
head. tand the lower end works through
a ing withi exlernatl teeth, whileh en.
gage a worm wheel on a shaft in the
ca'sing. ThVie geatr rings run on steel
hails in oil, and the piston actuates
the connecting r'Qd tigough a ball jelIt.
N. Y. Stock Exclange in Lockwood
While tho greater part of "A Man of
Ihonor," the Harold Lockwood feature
which comes to the Opera House The
atre on Thursday, was taken on an
island in the Pacific, off the California
coast, many of the strongest scenes
of the gripping ilot are vivid glimpses
of the operations of the New York
For the shooting of these scenes,
Metro, who releases the Screen Class
ics, Inc., feature In April, after much
iffictiulty succeeded in arranging with
the directors of the famous money
market to allow Mr. Lockwood's cam
era man on the floor and balcony pro
te(l by a screen so as to not inter
fere with the stock transactions dur
Ing'-the busiest time of the short day.
WTheu all arrangements had been
made, i-ia rold Lockwood, with the
principal members of his cast who are
Onerned in tile man1111 tilation of the
Stocks to crush out the small stock
holder. appeared on the floor and min
gled with the real bulls and bears
withou-t their knowledge.
at a Sa
These suits a
in sizes fr<
them light w
they are me
third the pri<
Look this lot ove
See our wrindow
Card of Thanks
.Whole-heartedly do we swish to ex
tend our eeop gratitude and tipprecia-'
tioni to those who have proved to be
so faithful to show their loving kind
ness and respect during the recent
illness and death of our darling moth
er and wife. We pray that God's rich
est blessings will rest on each and
W. L. Garrett and Children.
Servant Oir Wouldni't (o In,llar,
Mrs. Tiepper, Plainileld/N. J., says,
"Rats were so ad in- ur cllar the
servant girl wou dn't go there. Bought
soime RAT-SNA' a la it cleaned all
the rats out." Ri T-SNAP destroys
rats and mice. bsolutely prevents
odors. Comes i eaike form, no mix
ing. Cats or (logs won't touch it.
Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and
gharanteed by Laurens Ilardware Co.,
Putnam's D)rug Store, and Kennedy
Groe's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality anti energy by purifying and or.
rihiug the blood. You can soon feel its Strength
"in', invitorating Effect Plico Go6 .
WE PLACE ON SA:
ving of $7.50 t
Lre the very be%
)m 34 to 42
& MARX a
eight fabrics, h
itable for fall
Lrked--it will me
::e you will pay
this lot are mar]
r and make your sele<
pecial lot of (
display of the special
Notice of applicalion for charter and tion will be held at ?dartins' Stor4
of subscribers meeting. Ware Shoals, . F. D. No. 1, Laureni
Notice Is hereby given that the un- County, S. C., on Juno 19, 1920 at te
derslg~d vill apply to the Secretary o'clock A. 'XI. at which time the books
of State fol a charter of 'artin, Dendy of subscription to the capital stuck
& Burns Motor Company after giving ill be opened.
notice required by law. 'rie principal J. PAUL DENDY,
ptlace of business of tile -proposed coir- Ml 'flIflUERT' BURVNS,
poration will be 'Ware Shoals, Laurens Julie I5ti;, 1920.
County, South Carolina. The -general__________________
nature of tle business will be to buy,
sell, and exchange automobiles, farm Ples Cured In 6 to 14 Days
tractors, trucks, accessories, and to
engage in a general repair business. r It PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cre clng Mid. !ceO)i or Ptotriudiog Pies.
A meeting of the subscribers to the instanti reieves ltchirg Pies and you Can get
caipital stock of thle proIposed cor~pora- teva&ull~ceo after the Braet applicutlou.,ls W,.
We are just fit receipt of a eat- of Pipe containing 15,000 feet
of 2-inch Galvanized Pipe, and an tssortme. of ethel sizes, Calr
of Goalvanized footing bac rouoe, somp In stock.
We ia re agents for South Bead eathes,
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 WEST GER VAISIS TREE T, COLUMBIA, S. C.
.y, June 18th,
LE ONE SPECIAL LOT OF
's Belted Suits
o $15.00 on each Suit.
t patterns and fabrics and
most of them are HART
.11 wool materials---some of
df lined--others of heavier
wear. At the prices which
an a saving of about one
For the same quality suits
ked for quick selling at
:tion early before they are picked over
20ol Cloth Suits at
lot of young rmen's belted suits and
~S "SUITS ME"