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Also PASTES and LIQUIDS for Black, Tan and White Shoes
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Insulation against Summer heat and Winter cold.
Shipped In easy-to-handle sections-quickly erected by any handy
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for a Dixie Fabricated Bungalow.
DIXIE HOUSE COMPANY .
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
Write for Illut's- .~
of Dixie Houeeu
priced f r o m I -~
$364 to S3800.
full floor plans,
and pri. o4s n
Alabama Minister Relieved
Stomach Troubles Made Him Feel Sick at Meal Times,
But Now Always Enjoys His Meals.
0 YOU enjoy your meals? Eat Ala., who writes: "I had stomach trou
without the dread of the after ble. When I would go to cat, I would
effects? turn sick. I took one bottle of Ziron,
and it cured me. Amn always ready
Lac'. of appetite, and a disgrecable, for my meals and enjoy them. I think
sick-ah-the-stomach feeling after meals, it is a fine medicine."
usually indicate that your digestive If ycur food hurta you, If your appe.
orgas ae nt wrkin prpery.As tite is p~oor, if you are pale, weak and
organs are not working properly. symptoms
a result, you will feel weak, lose weight that Indicate your system needs help,
and lack the energy that is to be do- try Zirou. It will put Iron into your
rived from well-digested food. blood and help build you up. 'ake it
accordling to directions, and if not
A valuable help in correcting such benefited by the first bottle, the money
tonditions is mentioned by the IRev. back guarantee will protect you.
1b. K. McKenzen, of Route 1, Section, Awk your druggist
trn ik okoebtl fZrn
fo ymasadeno hm hn
A ii~o~on lrc kalc t ior atine dci ne."~ at
erel taoni~ ilr 1'run-dwn,\nd havorthe asymtm
trfornll il utionitoyu
licrz 'w ~~i - loode andceseid yrou up5 Tkei
b ak guacanter willjprtec yu
To .,~ i Tire .. M~~i):Ci ~a rdnileag c
erddt nMle Ties And F)heI reo -a
tDe?-ir f'm bhei tire mieded ncese;fom5
Uniorm~-.e mih! f has been~ accorlihed
me ;nr ---Ow l e !- Car ds M in a yttr
tieo ! myce otiaw'h e aie. Th con
Uctr trM!er .ri er,.ta cc ho caure him no t
&:.dicd tec~e niilie iecs n r. it
NwtheMilrwnb Regod Maer
Youd o-:: F obrself a Gmar o- h,.oa
Viyuron cn.Th Mtoer Car the
Ce~r n tera Qtread anoeth, wiovtht fcnm~e cut, on n aa~eefc.!AA
Road~~ sigdeatre d,9muhkecog nd d. no caf eroses
ow the. Rcrdgloi M ad. eers tell nm
Lauens S.r thC.ntreo ~ . RV.l
CodLas rp n nlez
ORAUNE IS $12,000 TO GOOD;
STOLEN BABE IS YET GONE
George Coughlin Pays Mig Sun ln
Dark, Then Realizes Hle's Been
Norristown, Pa., June 17.-The po
lice again today took up the search
for 13-months-old Blakeley Coughlin,
stolen from his crib on June 2. At
the same time they were looking for
a person known only as the "Crank"
who swindled George H. Coughlin, the
baby's father, of $12,000, which was
demanded for the return of the little
After receiving several letters and
telelihone calls from "The Crank,"
Coughlin became convinced he was
the abductor and asked the police to
withdraw from the case so he per
sonally could negotiate with the writ
er. "The Crank" at first demanded
only $6,000 ransom, but later doubled
it. On Monday lie called Mr. Cough
linl on the telephone, and gave him
instruetions where to leave the
ioney. -Te acquiesced in a re(litest of
the father that another man not con
nected with tle police department ac
coipatiy himi to the spot, but desig
nated Ulh-y sholid not go to the place
heoroe Illidnight and that -they must
deposit tie Csh and drive away wN'ith
out making the si-gitest attempt to
discover his identity. 'T'lhe child would
be retulrned in a taxicab, "Tle Crank"
sald, within 2.1 hours.
Mr. Cough lin said he hiad coiplied
with every demand of the kidnapper
and felt confident the baby would be
returned Tuesday night. Both lie and
Mrs. Coughlin remained up all night.
At three o'clock the next afternoon
lie drove to the spot where ie left the
money and found it gone. Ile then
gave ipl hlopeo, lie sali, and realized
that lie had been defrauded. lie placed
the case in the hands of the authori
ties last night and announced lie had
abandoned all desire of deAling (if
retly with the abductors, whd had
been promised immunity If the child
.With the latest developments in the
case, both the police and the Cough
lins have abandoned the theory that
the baby was kidnapped for ransom.
They are inclined to believe that re
venge was tie motive. uiaries iuiier,
chief of the Norristown police, said
lie had a definite clue and expected
results within a day or two.
POL LO(lOCK T10 STA N)
ON BI PIA1FOlM
Forier Senator Aniounce for U. S.
Senate on Plattori Adopt(led at Fris.
olnibia, .June 21j.-Senator Pol
lock, who Satulrday announced his can.
didaey for tle United States senate
agaiist Senator E,. ). QSmithli, mia1de a
stal.iiiemi regarding his 1latformi.
which lihe says is to be the same a,
that adolptedI at the national Demo
crati c(olivetion at Sani Frianelisco.
Ini ad ditlonl to i'. P ol lock, th ree
oilier (iandidlates led their' camlpai'gn
pledge.; Saturditay. I. W. iliackcwood,
'f Sitanhmullulg, fori solicitor; .hlack ii.
'.i.lhso:i. Sitartanhburg. for conigiess.
and I). W. .l(('askill, of C'amdeni, fot
ri lroa d 'ommiss ion. Thiis miaktes touri
'a ndliates for'u rilrtoadl comm )isision,
iFrankt WA. Shiealy, thle iticumbent, 1)
L.Sniitht an 111it. L. Aloss, of Cohlumbia.
and .\i'. \le('asklll.
Theli (iandidaltes for' stale otlices wvil!
;ipeakI first In ( 'olumiInbia; the cenndi
daftes lor the senate will speak tirt
in~ St. The tme( fot' filing cam
:31 gl ;d(ges expires at noon .\on -
('iy, In maltking lil; annitountcement for
lie son;,dIe, .\t'. P'olol ek states-t hat lie
will maoke the campaign of the Isat'.
I fe'l conftident," .'' r. P'oliock s tat
ed Sa.turday, "'that the inational 1D)m
ertie conventlin whlih meets thitl
'hctform~ of pr'lilples anld plicies ini
the intere ct of thle great masses of
bjthe)peole, and~ that all trute D~emo..
(rats ennt stand( upon0 the idat form,
asevry c andidal e for lihe ailate In
ibil. sta: c ite m st. I to"l cotnfideni ItIhatI
lie party will take on backward steps,
lut thalit it. will advi se ~ isey fot' the
preseati andi will eiuggest proper0 meani
tires for thew futuri te good of thle jeo
pie of thle countrmy. I 'pon thait platt
fortm I shiall stand.''
.r. Pollock expressed lis appr'ecia
'Ion of the election two years ago to
the unexpired ter'm of the late Sena
tot' illmtan, and( said: "Miy term of
those three months ser'vice wvas so
shiot that I could not etxpect to Imaike
a recordh commensturate withi the hon
or done me, biut I cr'ave tile oplpor
tunity of serving for' one full term at
least in the sen'ate, ,wher'e I believe
is the gr'eatest field 'articutlarly foi'
r'eal service to mankind."
Mir. Pololek states that lie (lees not
propose to spendl mutch money in mak
lag the campaign. Hie will not have
any hieadquar'ters and wi'll not send
otit letter's. lie st-ates that lie prto
poses mer'ely to appear in person and
to stand "on lisa character and fitness
for the noaition."
* FOR THIS SU3MEli
qyrite-Your-Name Classes" and "Lay.
By". Sc1ools4 to be Formed. Teaci
The campaign for' a literate Stat(
being conducted by the State depart
ment of education and" the illiteracy
3ommission, will be continued will
increased vigor during the summer
rho two outstanding features of th(
work will be the orgatrization ol
"Write-Your-Name Classes" and gli
'SLay-by'4 schools; the first, for th<
purpose of teaching every voter t(
iign his name to the Democratic clut
rolls and the second, for the i)urp6sc
)f teaching at least 10,000 men an(
ivomen to read and write.
The "Lay-by" schools in which ovei
;,000 adults were enrolled last yeai
will be reorganized ini August, whici
lias been selected as the time besi
suited for tho adults because ther
nany of the best teachers in the statt
can be secured for one month'
teaching and because that Is the vaca.
With these wC
vites vou,to i
OIIARAM:)*I* -If. Rfter urttagentire c gtie
n.I Ite IV 1 11rutei V t re cttuyour $'.U
0 , i e i sw ceisi ii, ti-ectiv. ' ur i
w ', laui 11!o! mione)y vuu vi~hd (..r it.
lotor Oil in the crank cas
'ike a steep grade. The "4
r the terrific heat that ,y
are temporary in service
Motor Oil is the supreme
rity of its value 'to the last dr<
roves the performance of yot.
l MANY MORE MILES to th,
NOMY in "GREEN FLAG"]1
ities and its economy, you mu
s than to buy any other recog
LAG" dealer and have your cra
ft-traveled route, and make no
You wilt be amnizd at the in
.sts no mor, to begin witih
Cost. lese in time end
plied by the foliowing well-knowi de
3. C., WV. M. AB3ERCROMB
~iford Station, S. C.; MEAl
N, FEnnren. M. C -
WATEIPOYEII BILL *
BECOMES A LAW
Signed by'Wilson, who Falls to Sign
Itesolution Designed to Aid Present
iWashington, June 18.-fIrhe water
power development bill, ten years In
the making, finally has become law.
Announcement that President Wil
son had signed the measure prior to
Jiune 11, was made late today at the
White House. At the same time it was
announced that he had failed to sign
the joint resolution repealing most of
the war time laws, and the Underwood
resolution providing for negotiations
with Canada relative to the embargo
on the shipment of wood pulp to the
Another bli which failed to receive
the president's approval would have
authorized the war department to
transfer motor equipment to the de
partment of agriculture for road con
struetion and other iwork
Ilesides the water power measure
tlie president signed several bills
passed in the closing days of the re
evnt session of congress. They includ
ed an act. authorizing the enlistment
in the military forces of non-speaking
English citizens and aliens; anl act
paying for a set of false teeth for
Michael MeGarvey and five 'bridge
No ex,.iknation of the delay :n an
notlioning the presideit's approv" of
tlie wni r *.vr measure wias made.
Tel White louse statement said:
"I'e president having been advised
by the attorney general in a formal
opinion that the adjournment of con
v.ress does not deprive him of the
ten days allowed by the constit;Won
for the eona.lerat;ion of a measure.
but only in ':ase of dsapproval of the
opportunllity to return the measure with
his reasons to the house in which it
originated, has signed the following
bills, each within the ten day period,
of course. The bills not signed failed
to become law under the usual prac
"1 Got Real 3l1ad Wieni I Lost My Set
tin;r Hen," Mrs. Himmummana.
"I went Into the hen house one
mor'ilng and found my favorite setter
dead. I got real mad. Went to the
store, bought some RAT-SNAP and in
a week I got six (lead rats. Everybody
who raises poultry should keep HAT
SNA]P." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.03.
S~)cld and guaranteed by Laurens
lardware Co., Putnam's Drug Store
an:I Kennedy Bros.
"Take the H
With "GREEN FLAG" N
worried look when you str
engine cool because it is a
loes not break down und
.ase of ordinary oils, which
your motor. Green Flag
cant.. It carries the full integ
It increases the power and impi
runs smoother and quieter, and
ITY, PROTECTION and ECO)
To understand its *uperior qual
out. It costs no more to do thi
Do this! Go to the "GREEN F
Then drive over some famillar,
operation and power of your car.
Is such a good all pinade for you t
"k or ren Fla
W. P. HUDGENS, Laurens,
D. PARSON'3I GARAGE, Lai
Inn. 8. C., C3LAUmDN PA TT()
tion 'inonlh for the majorify of U11l
PeOpleA - k. A lg
Any teacher holding. a valid teach
or's certificate or any person recom
mended to the State superintendent
of education by- the county superin
tendent of education in writing may
organize a school. The minimum term
'will be 12 meetings of not less than
one hour and a half for each meeting.
The maximum term, will be 20 meet
ings. Teachers will be paid $1 an
hour provided at least 10 pupils are
enrolled with an average attendance
of flive. Any teacher may teach two
separate groups. It Is possible by this
plan for a teacher to make $100 for
the scholastic month.
TFjghtcen countis have already
notified the State department that
they plan to put on an intensive cam
paigii. County organizers are being
employed whose duty it is to work in
co-operation with the county su)erin
tendent of education for the promo
tion of the work. The State pays the
>rds the store in
he vor that
-good old Lu
soon and note
ep in mind this
"ood old Luzianne
e y da
e ou do't aveoto wie." It
rould be generated by the
, and jeapordize the lif~e of
test of efficiency in Lubri
Lr motor. "Picks up" quicker,
a gallon. Thus you have QUAL
at give "GREEN FLAG" a try.
nized Motor Oil.
Dk ease drained, and r.rdled whi
to of the thrilling difference in the
'provemnent, and mighty glad ther4
IE CO. Laurens, S. C., R. F,
)OR'S ATO O , Fonn'.an