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'Phone your i grocc- -or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicioIs digestant,--a glass
with imeals gives delightful relief, or
no charge for the first dozen used.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER t'
Nothing ?*c it f. renovating old
tired sto:=ch, converting food
i.o rich blood ::d Eound flegh1.
It your regular dealer cannot su)
ply you, teleplione
DIXIE FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Distributors for Laturenls.
After you eat-always take
(AT#LL k 'aONIC
Instantly reltuves Heartboan. Bloated Gossy
Feelisg Stops nldgouton, food souring re
peating, and all the many iniseries cauted by
IRATONIC is the best reanedy. Tens of thou
vande wonderfully benefited. Positively ur
anteed to plen e or we will refund moey.
Call and act a blg box today. You will oeo
Laurens Drug Co., Lauillns, S. C.
W. M. NASh
Terracing :: . Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise Natio-:al'Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
pressors8, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
hAters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Saffss; Store Fixltules.
' Ii HMILTON SALES CO.
. 0 , C olum bia, S. C .
C. C. Featherstonc W. B. Knight
FEATHEiSrONE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Carefu4 Atten
Office o;'er Palmetto Hank
Mr. Featherstono will spend Wednes
(lay 0of each week Inl Lauirens.
The Laurenls D~rug Co., Laurens, S. C..
Dr. T. L. Timmnerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hon- (lay or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wilt 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
Offiee in Simmons Building
POR PROMPT RELWiP TAKE
2. TABLETS WITH A GLASS
OF WATER THREE TIMES
DAILY APTER MEAL$.
INJURE THU HEART.
AAMMY DAUSAGS' BIRTHDAY.
"Ton row Is my birthiay," said
Sallm -anangej "and I hope all my
friends and relations will remember
the fact. Yes, that I hope and I
should think creatures would be
asiahamed of each other and thomselves
and would be afraid to Sok the whole
world In. the face if they failed to
give me a birthday present."
"I don't see," said Master Pink Pig,
"why folks are always talking in this
way about being able to look the
whole world in tho face if they have
d(t.le something tine. And, too, about
be'in ashamed of lookIng the world
in the face wie'n they have done some
tinlpg that lin't honest and isn't ilne.
"The 0 who4 world iever ga.h.ers all
Its pevople togetlher aid then. praises
uip) ti hoiest soul or lbusS tle 111d
onle, does iLt" askedl 1:wter Pink Pig.
"Thell whole4 world dolesn't l-athier aill
its popilo togetetIII (I t li tlisn't wlmat
Is IiunIit by being able to look th,
who-le world strai ghit lin Owh face orI
(or not bein nhlo to look thle whlole
worbl lit the face.
WI wl1) .1xphiin it to you," Slid
"Prty pleasantt bef,,ore ytrbrh
hlay, hIIIIti." grunted jaster Piiik
"I wll ply nto a1ttention(f to ifny rud1fe
ness," sihI S:iimainy. "'lnste1a1d I will
exPhiin to yo 1h.t is tlon5t when
WP "my somelonei canI loo~k thel winmie
worl ill the I'ce or thlint ionie els(I
('1i1i Not look tie whole wi iii inl tle
"he whiole vold it self hsn't a
face. It imeans tho 'aces (of the tiltfIr
eit leople belonging to the wolbl.
It dohesn't mean tint all the people
will gatlier in a row and w\ill stare at
"I t it m1ieaniis if you're fim 1111d n1o
ble, and all of thlat fill thet poOple whlo
kniow yuil and Vloi hear of you vill
Iitink well' of you and if you are t(e
opposite s)It of n e'rent uire they will
think the opposite of you.
"Awd it ltleans. if yo're hionst you
will da:10re to look any oie straight
Many Happy Returns.
inl tihie eyeos, you won't look away-for
you won't have anything to hide and
your 1look cani lhe very straight."
"Oh, yes," said Master Pink Pig,
"I 'Se( now. hut- I don)i't know that
I en re so much 'vhdfhler I enn loo1k
('reintures' stra1Iiht in thie fitce or not.
I donim't en re miut'h what sort of ai pig
I nam. I lIke to lie a gouod jig, but not
a good1 anything else."
."Well, thait's all rIght," sa1id Sanmmy
Sausage. "Thaiit's all iligs can ever
ho0pe t3 lie."
"But I menn I like to be a piggy
pig," saidl Master - Pink Pig.
And to hihmseli: Sammny Sausage
grluntedl, "So (do 1," but he. thopghmt
lie haid be(tter ng~t say such a hin g
aloud( until after (lie following (lay.
Again hie went airoundi sqjueiiling,
"Don't forget, friends, tomorrow is my
birthday. Please bring me useful pres
enlts-4-thinigs I enni eat.
"I don't w~anit any useless things.
In these hared times we should be seni
WVell, the pigs talked to each otlher
andI they wonderedi what they would
give Sammy Siiusage on his birthday.
They till decidedI hant they supposed
the(y had to give him sotmething.
"Well, many happy retterns," squeal
ed G7randfather Perky P'ig, the next
day asl they'started to walk in a pro
cession tioard Sammy Sn usage.
Sammtiy Sausage was sitting in a
cornier of (lie pien, busily eating some-~
.lie looked uip and said1 in a high,
squenling voice, "Youir wishes are all
right, bitt I hiope your plresents are
Innch pig had a little scrap of food
for Siammty Saiusage's birt hdny pies
ent. hey hand each brought a large
share of food and as thet.y had broughtI
it along they had dleleled that it waus
too tiuch to give antd had becen enting
till thie way ailonig untIl every ilg's
present was low very small.
"Oh." Sai 1(BIrot her Bacon, "there
Ia such a litle bit of may present left
that I will not give it to Sammy Sau
sage. It wouild Insult huimt toi give him
such a small presenit." So flrother
Bacon ate up his present and( as lie
(did so ev'ery psig followved his examiple,
"Well, 'ou're a lot of pigs, eating up
your owv presents," said Sammy Sau
sage. wliti he saw what was hiappen
ing. He( tried to stop a few presents
froml being eat~n up, but' ho hadn't
"Oh. Well," he said, "1, too, wvas a
big i.'g. (or it's not my birthday and
I only said so to get presente If I
WHEN'THEY RROVE THE HUNS
No American Who Took Part a the
Oapture of Berzy Will EvWer
Forget the ThrilL
The fail of the plateau south of
Soilsone and the thrust across the
Chateeu-Thlerry royad senled the fate
of the great Marne salient. The lads
of the Twenty-eighth infantry, First
division, made this success possible
by their grim tenacity in drivitig the
Germans out of Berzy after being re
peatedly repulsed in their brave ef
forts to take the Ilace.
But, despite every 'effort, the grim
walls of Berzy still loomed ahead be
yond the shell-necked strip of upland
as the simmer twilight faded from the
sky. Through the night its guns, like
those of a beleanguered fortress, con
tinued to flame. In it stood at bay
the last Cerman garrison of that
"plIateat south of Solssons," with the
whole western front of the Marne
salient pinned upon It. whleh had for
so long held a black menace over
Now and then there is a mnan who
conceals a timid heart behind a long,
drooping Iiuistach'lle and tlie general ap
elarinee of at westeri shi'ht-tT of Ohe
days of s to. , hut Belen. hu
iont 11. Ititck is not one of 1them.
As the second hand of his watih
IlarkeI :10 ml1itt1v puInt 8 atil theI
barrage fll, (eneral liIC stretched
his lo,:, letrn out in frontI of ithe first
wave, advised his ien in no minving 11
wvords to i' ollow him imnl] get the
d- hoclies this 111iw, n111n leid off the
streaining, rujoh nerwss the open.
'Ihey lldowed-wh wil not with
st1ch a Ieider? OlI and ftilahy went
toward hle( hot n tzzh-1 s 1Im1I l m1:11edoi
throngii i Ithe vr:c s 44f spill wall 11111
behind falleg -st so )wny on
paist t hose maz'*ls, ye!'lng, i si ng.,
trIiklnag dowwithu swinu'iang balows th[
desowirntely rsisin: ;h'rans behi
Oin by the Imiassive qiuaraigle of
hiuliilings I in he4' western uig ot' the.
villmre, paist the rnlvisheld (uc1111hco iutl
do i the,. I cri lod ( mia' st reet unt i
they l iled] It) where the4 rtnill pitfche4d
iown ito the 1 'lse vail y .1111 ut ins1.t
the l1st nsl(' rnI'I walh<' of theu luimilet
on1 whclh a'Itte1rel hu1llts froil ihe
Ger'ian :1n 3e(s clemi lyonid th' valvey.
-Josep Ill'jelis 1luians1ion in tiie iloie
That Troublesome Apostrophe.
The womian liing net iior to the
schoolhouse was a spiister of uncertain
-ige. Anl sie seemtiictd It) piu in most
of her time watching the schoolhouse
so that she could fiid som1e reason for
complints. 'Many ha1d colie find mnaly
had been settled iII a wy that haild
caulisel sorrow to ihe boys of the
school. And (Ihis spring cam1e n new
one. luriing at hll game in lithe school
yard several of thw boys had occupied
as their grand stand seats the roof of
the lady-next-door's chicken house.
The principal was inclined to stand
with the boys, so she mde their pun
Ishmeint very light. They were to write
a note of apology to the woman. The
note was written mnll ilslpatchled one
morning. That afternooin brought a
fiery spinster to the building. She snid
the note was insult added to outrage.
The principal took the note and
rend, "We, the boys of the N
schoopl, otfer our aiology for sitting on
the oldIhn house duilmg our )aill
gamiv laist Friday."
The boys said it was nil the fault
of a inispulacedl a postrioiphle. Th'le teach
er was wise.--niannpol)11In News.
Locomotive's Low Rank.
Ratd ne acordIng to thbelr ellleieni'y,
the locomnotivye standls at tin' bottonm
with an nyi iernge (etiicienIcy01 of lier
cen!)t, followed bly tihe comptound111( non.1
conldensinlg engine, 10) per cent; the
comipoifth condienising enugine, includ
inlg hlollir, 13 per cenlt, and the Panrsons
tuinei~, inc'h1luig thle 1h011cr 17 peir
centt. ~lWhen we come to the internal
combu~tstionl engine t here is a dlielde
jumltp. The aultomlobilie motor is cred
ited with 23 per ce t, thei alrphine m1o
tor with 27 per cent, the Coal gas sta
tionairy engine with 30 per cent, and1
the average Diesel enlgine with 3-1 per
cent. Oin reachlin~g that modern de
velopmenut in which thle internal conm
hustion andl the steaim enigine are comn
hined, we get for the Still en~ginei an
efficiency (actually obtained) oif 41i per
cent, uind Doctor Dawson sets idown
the probable future eflicfency of the
Still-Diesel combination at 44.5 per
Cost of Marriage In Austria.
The high cost of marriage is camp
ing general discontent in Austria, aic
cording to a Vienna newspaper re
ceived in New Yoirk. Thea cost of mar
ringe now is 240,000) crowns for the
bridle alone. This is equivalent to
about $6,000, counting the crown as
worth 2%A cent's. This aimount wouldl
buy 32,000 crowns wvorthl of dresses,
linen 44,000 crowun anid furniture
164,000 crowns. Ytt Austrin it is ens
tomary for the bridie to furnish the
house tis well as provide her trous
L~ondon Road to L.ast a Century.
A system of rond-minking, which Is
described as likely to last 100 years,
has bleen aidopt'ed by Maryihone bor
ough council ini repaving a l~poi
of Oxford street, London. The olid
fouindatio~ns have been cleared andl
concrete to a dlepth of about eighteen
inches io being putt down. On tils
wooiden bilocks with one coating of
creosote and two of tar are being
Roy Chapman Andirews, a Mongolan
explorer rond traveler, fr. bring~ng to
this en'~try a spiecimeni of an ante
lope whieh he says CQn etas covr
sty zadiles an hour,
ASK FOR IECEIVEJI court here tday by tho * Victor-Men- one to serve 'i suits for dainage or
FOR EXPRESS CO.MPANY aghai mills, which clrged that the for recovering for articles lost in
transfer of the express conipany's as- transit. Ali ordler for lflvetslgat ioll of
Petitlou Made by Vietor-Mingiain sets to the American Railway Ex- the Southern F~press company's books
Against Southern, Claiming Trans. press was illegal and for th purpose also is asked, in til petitioili which
fer Was Illegal. or escaping crelitorg. The petition the mills are represented as crerlilors
Atlanta, July 1.-A receiver was also asserts that ollicials of the South- of tile eXpress company. 1learing was
asked for the Southern Express con- cur Express company have been re
cor heretodaoby hA.gusto-M7n
pany In at petition filed inl slir 1mnoved fromi Gorgi and thet te1., 1o
As sure as you
areu a foot high
you will like this Camel Turkish he1purpos
om sand Dome ptitc
enr r~prs com lan have been re--i-h
onnever got such ciarette- 'uA frdmg
fcontentment ar Cmels hand . .ost in
transit. n orte rot or fieaonf
you. Camels quality and expert prtio il
blend of choice Terskish and choice aOBACrO CO.
D.nnestic Tobaccos make this and te sn
goodness possible- and makeyou
prefer this Camel ledtoeither T
Camels mellow-mildness is a
revelation! Smoke them with
freedom without tiring your taste 1
They leave no unpleasant ciga
retty aftertaste nor unpleasant
cigaretty odor !
Give Camels every test-then
compare them puff-for-puff with IRWSH 4 DOMEST/C
any cigarette in the world !
joyU~k to A.ycryone. -/o wat.Thseabe h
Nourdychengkod h op iteO intestn, cnrctin nw
theaIr ttetodl estrdy and~ expningintei ora wy
nstn. bu theuc wat pro. to squeez the foigor iiastlng
uteithsroo is anger jotha it smpntuly ot ofe
. .s thehscstth
Cu, i~h nt goten rid Cei- .h . *treC~nrei n
thoroughly ii d chtec-dvely Nujol thus prevents constipation
thorughy ~x clectic~- because it helps Nature maintain
Nujol is: part ieurrjy valiuable for easy, thorough bowel evacuation
rehevmng COnc t: p.son inf chiidren at regulJar in tervals--the heah
as well as ia tr'owu-up s, as it iest habit in the world.
diaoea upseto th stah, au Nujol is absolutel harmless and
diarhoe erfor a abi. 'pleasant to take. Try it.
Nujol is odb) all d'ruggist in sealed biottlc only, hearing Nujol Trade'
5 ar0 -rt I Laboratoris, standard Oil Co. (New~' Jersey),
50Jroadwiay, New 'I ork, for booklet "ThIrty Feet of Danger". -
The aoen Method, of reat..n. .an, Ol Com.ain